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VOL. I.
Cekpajjj.
THE
VICTORIA,   VANCOUVER
ISLAND,   TUESDAY  EVENINO,   AUGUST   14.   1866.
NO. 37.
<<
EVENING TELEGRAPH,"
I'l I1I.ISIIKI1
Everv   Evening at  4   O'clock,
(Saturday and Sunday evenings excepted.)
ALSO tVIKV
LX7NDAY    MORNING !
if
New Ailverlisomt'iits.
f
TI'.ltMS OV   Nl IC-KIIIl'TIOM I
I'e • Annual, la a4vanee, by  ma:l, $]fl no
For six  iffMths    ,; ,HI
l'ur W-ek, payable to Carrier,        IV.
IbflbCupNM, '.'.'.'.'..    -   'iU
For terms of Advertisement apply at the
Office. Lanjley Street
Wit .nul llumor.
A New Yorker, rich liy Inheritance.
acceded to his wife'-* deklra for a cout of
arras to be put upon tin; pant-Is of their
carriage, and drew a itnall mould in
which was stuok a manure fork, wilh
chanticleer upon it rampant, ' Why,
what is this V oskcil his wife in biiiiizi:-
ment. This,' suiil the man of money, 'is
oar family coat of arms. My grandfather
made his money carting manure ; tbis
mound and fork represent his occupation;
the cocji perched upon the top of the fork
represents myscif, who have don* nothing
bnt flap my wings and crow on thut.
duug hill ever since. The carriage still
has plain panels.
Letting Down Easy.—A general,
who left Minnesota for the war us
captain, and was breveted brlgadier-
general for gallant conduct in the field,
gives nn account nf how 'tiny let him
down easy' on his retirement to civil life.
At Washington he was General IE.; at
Madison, Colonel II. ; at the town where
he organised his company the cry was,
'How ure yon, captain V und when he got
to S , where lie   resides,   every   boy
was   shouting,   'Hallo,   811111!'—Yank*
Paper.
' Sambo, can you tell me iu what
building iu Senrliro' people nre most
liki-ly 10 take cold ?' ' Why, no, me
strange in de town, and can't tell tint.'
' Well, 1 will tell you ; it is du haul;.'
'Howisdnt?' 'Uccnise there are so
many drafts in it.' 'Put is good; bat
can you tell me, sah, what makes dure he
so many drafts in it?' 'No.' 'Because
so many go dere to raise tie wind. Vah !
yal yal'
Lord Nelson nnd Mr. Pitt could never
ngree. It was told Nelson that Pitt
suid, ' He wns the greatest fool he ever
knew when ou shore.'- 'He speaks troth,'
said the hero, ' nnd I would suon prove
him to be a fool if I hnd linn on board u
ship; nevertheless, I inn as clever ail
admiral as he is n statesman, which is
saying a great deal for myself.'
The satirical epitaph written upon
King Charles II. at his own request, by
his witty favorite Karl of Rochester, is
said to be not more seve.ro than it is
just :—
Here lies our sovereign lord tlie king,
Whose word no man relies en ;
Who never said 11 fbollsh  lliing,
And never did 11 wise one.
'Is that yonr husband,  inii'uiii ?'
be.'    ' Is   thut your  wife ?'    ' She
'Ah, that's pleasant ; a he bco  ami
bee can hardly fall to taste the iwes
lifu in perfection.    Have   you   any
spring?'    'Quito  a  swarm,   sir.
ROUND THE CORNER"
IB THK NAME OF THE
3STE-W    SALOON
frsT QPENED I.V
Liuisicjr   street,   'round  the
coiner from Vates street,
In  the  building formerly  occuJilM   by
n of KB«8ft*iTtiTV!loTHL.
the
Tho  Kaloon  has  been   tastofully  refilled,\
tad win beinpplied with the
FIRST    QUALITY   OF
Wines   and  Liquors.
The proprietor respectfully invites the public   to  call  "BOUHD  THE COlt.NKll"   and
judge for themselves.
OOVHUNEF.NT   STREET     KNTJIANCE— N'KXT
door lo the Telegraph Office.
jy29 JMOU   IIEIIKIMER.
Oriental Restaurant,
YATES   STREET,
In connection with the Orientul Hotel.
1X11118   KSTAHMSIIMKXT   IH   OPKM AT
J_   ALL BOORS 01 THB DAY OR NIU1IT
THE    TABLE
Will be furnished with tho best the market
affords.
Breakfast,
Dinner,
Supper
At moderate prices.
Oysters   in   every   Style.
Private Rooms for sniill or large parties.
Call and judge- for yourselves.        jy 30-lm
TECX:
EVENING TELEGRAPH
NOTICE !        NOTICE !!
jIBOM THIS DATE THE UNDERSIGNED
has cuni-ludi-il to reduce his price ONE ■
\LF : and hereafter the
'Ho
he.'
I she
Ah.
FINEST WINES AND LIQUORS,
ALK,   I1EEU,  ic, kc,
Will bo served at the
" METROPOLITAN"
At TWELVE AND A HALF CENTS
per sample.
The public, will please call and sample, and
satisfy themselves tbat the very best is to be
had ul the above price.
T. J. BURNS,
Metropolitan Saloou, Slorc street.
Jy as
In the Supreme Court of Civil Justice
Vancouver Island.
THE BANKRUPTCY  ACT, 1831-
I,
that miiki-811 difference—tint
30a love the little lium-liugn-
no   doubt
FACTS vs THEORIES.
" Give mo a place to rest my lever on,"
says Archimedes, "and I will move tho
world."    '* Give ine  pure tiixl unadulterated
drugs," says Itedlees, of ths  olden time,
"and I will cure disease."
In oue sense, both of tbese lewned pvadlts
were the veriest charlatans. Tin v knew there
was no pbiee to rest their lever an, either to
move the world or cure disease. Mechanism
was in a backward state, nml the medical profession was bat auoiliei name for sorcery, i
and all thc adjuncts of magic filters mid
charms of the " evil eye," .tc.
But these latter days have borne unto us
something more tliuii even superstition and
its crew ever dreamt of in their maddest philosophy. In these days of practical science,
what was theory of yesterday le fact to-day,
and all the old time notions become ns bubbles
in the sun, and burst and break wilh every
breath we draw.
Let Archimedes shoulder his lever and wc
will find a resting place for it to move thc
world. Let mine ancient Medicus pant nnd
toil no more for the drugs he 60 sorely needs,
for we have them at onr hand, ever ready to
serve them nt his beck.
Refined in the laboratory of Dr. Kagtiel,
the finest materials known In the medical pro-
fession are obtainable by any one. His
Billions, Dyspeptic, and Diarrbesa Pills stand
unrivalled, and his Halve operates with magical effect upon burns, scalds, and all sores and
ulcers of the skin.
In fact, wc think Magoirl's Pills nnd SsJVG
are tbe wonder of this century, and we nre
nappy in the thought that many others of our
brethren of the cralt agree with us. We would
earnestly counsel that all families provide
themselves with Dr. Maggiel's rrepaiaiions at
once, and keep them ready nt hand, so as to
nse them at the most opportune time and as
occasion serve-.— Valleg Sentinel.
RICHARD WOODS, BEING THB CHIEF
Registrar of tbe  said  Court,   do  hereby
certify that on the sixteenth da/ of July, in-
stant, a certain deed or Instrument bearing
date   the 'Jiith   day  of June  last (18661   and
mads and   executed by  and  between  George
Jay, James Chestney Hales and David Browne,
I of Copartners theroln described, nailing under
off- I the Mil.- ur firm of JAY -t COMPANY of Hie
one pari and Thomas Lowe therein described,
trnstes for himself und the rest of ihe creditors of the -iii-l George Jay, Jamos Chestney
Bales, and David   Browne of the  other  part,
being a deed or Instrument purporting to convey all tin- copartnership estate and effects of
tho said George -lay, Janes Oheetney Bales,
ami David Browne to bo applied lor the bens*
I iii of tin- creditors of them the said George
: Jay,   James   Obeitney   Bales,  and   David
; Browns as if Itaej had been from the date
thereof dnlyattyndged Bankrupt, was on the
-i-i 1 ilxteenth day of Jnly and al ibe hour of
10:80 in  ths torsi n of such daj brought
into my   nlliee l'ur registration, and   was duly
11 [istered pursuant to iho provisions of thc
Bankruptcy Act, 1861,
(liven under my band nad Seal of the Su—
I preme Court  of Civil Justice  at James Bay,
! Victoria, V. I., this sixteenth day of July, A.
! D., 1MI3.
RICHARD WOODS,
Chief Registrar.
Uonr.irr Rumor,  Soi.tctTon,
Langley street, Victoria. jyl6
3STOTICE.
In the Supreme Court of Civil Justice
Vancouver Island.
A1
nsr BAasrKK.xji'TC'z',
In re Jay k Co.
LL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS ON TnE
above Estate ore requested forthwith to
send in the same to Mr. James Chestney Bales,
Seedsman, nt the Nursery of Jay k Co., Victoria ; and all persons indebted to the said
Estate nre desired forthwith to pay the amount
of their respective debts <o the said James
Chestney Bales, whom thc Trustee has authorised to receive thc same on account of the
said Estate.
ROBERT BISHOP, Solicitor,
Langley Street, Victoria.
Dated l«h July, 1866. jyl6
GENERAL
Job   Printing*
ESTABLISHMENT
Langley Street   Victoria,
The   Printing   Office
OF  TIIK
EVENING
TELEGRAPH
Office is replete with every appliance
and variety of material for the
Execution of
LETTER PRESS   PRINTING!
In all its branches, whether
Plain or Ornamental
tyui:  office   tins al securing
JL    suet  speedy   Execution of orders ns   is
consistent with
mansbip.
correct and   elegant Work.
Orders received for Printing
Books,
Business Cards,
Pamphlets
Invoices, j
Catalogues
Bill Heads,
Sermons,
Trade Forms,
Reports
Circulars, (Plain   or
Rentals,
Coloured,)
Leases,
Hand   Bills. (Plain or
Law Forms of every
Coloured,)
description,
For Prices,   apply   at the  Office.
Langley street,
New Advertisement*.
THEATRE
Photographic Gallery
(UP  STAIB8).
I
HIS GAU.KUV, LONG AND FAVOR-
ably known to Victorians and strangers,
lias facilities in the way ul light, mat-rial-,
Ac, and the experience of tbe proprietor enables him to furnish Cartes de Visile, Amlirg- ,,
types, an* pWlogrepliic work ot supurio|| m,
nnisb iiniiiuulled liy|«"y other house in town,
ttlld  al   Alt   LOW   l-llll'ES    as   OTHM    K8TA1ILI81I-
IfMVTI    charge    for    rormnnn     nnd   inferior
pictures—iu fact at prises to suit ilie limes.
Cartes de Visite, -  - $5 per Doz
Out door work attended to  at short notice,
and on the most reasonable terms.
GEOUOK    KOBINSON,
au 6 Proprietor.
TIIE QBEAT
U.Mhl'Y
,\ <;!■:.
Ol«"   TUB
HOLLOWAY'S OINTMBUT.
NOTICE
BT7NSTER
HAS THIS DAY
ENTERED INTO
Partnership
WITH ALL LOVERS OP
GOOD    ALE!
 ___    jy 17-lm
ex pideliterT
A
Choice Lot of Bacon
•Tn^t   ^Vi-rivecl.
For Sn'c by
nu 2
Gilligan,
POKE  STI'.KET.
Miscellaneous.
The   effect   of   tli.     llltifimnl    on    III*
nftttmsts*
To the t- ry co e nad realre nt all dii- aies
which affect tbe bunmn be ly, Ibis remarkable
preparation penetrate*.    I under
the friction ol the hnndi, ><* >elt di.appears
when rubbe t unm int-nt. Ths UOguriit por«
onus its hi-alin ■ rapidly, safely, und
i'linnt pair.. Simple eruptioni; open softn,
hard tumors, -croln-.i- nevalupfliealS of ell,
lUudSj-ahcesses. canet-ri', old uotinen and, in
'irct, MHjfy tpeaM of infl initiation nnd sup.
purution, whether in tbe skin, the tleib. the
gUnds, or ninonK the muscles, can he .-.rrestib
in ill destructive course, and p-n:i:inenily
f-aro'l without i) inger by rubbing in lbi> inei-
timablc Ointtuent.
Uud     l.it>,   Uail    III! Ball,'   Surra,    and
llrr,
EXFHESS UH£ STAGES,
'■jniE coacuks of this link w;Li,
JL now run regularly, leaving Vale, 11. V
on
MondnrN,
Wednesdars,
tnd Fiidays,
AT 7. A. M.,
FOR    S A V A IV A' S     FERRY
(Hig Bend Route), until the completion ol Ihe
roKil, when they will po to Savena'l Kerry*
The Coach for Cariboo will leave Vine on
Monday.
jy 2 F. J. BARNARD.
General News Agent
J. $tratman.
EMPIRE NEWS DEPOT
Cor. Washington & Sansomo sip.
Snn ^z*a.noifoo«
mHB ADVKRTI8BB li  pr«p&r*d  to supply
X      Willi ]iU!i<'lUulity Mini I'i'lei iiv ihOMUtfXCa ,
auwipap«ri nml ptriodioali upon tbt rotlowlof
terms All orden, to receive Itamvdiftte mu'i.-
tion, must he accompMlled by cash remliuiDCP,
and htiiulcd ia prcvions to the 4tli, l-llli, iind
24lh ol each montb.
LonJon Daily TimM $M 0>
"       The Field,.'.  11 00
"        Il]u«Ir;tt'd Times..    Tilu
"       WiM-kly Tiiii'f        7 00
"       Bell's Life iu London U (K)
'      Week I v Dl'pAteh H in)
"       II). Newiofthu WoiU  1100
•'        Tuhlic Opinion   7 50
*       Index  (Krt-e Iriid**^ \\  hi
M       IIU   Spoiling News  SOO
"       SpecuU"r  HOO
*«       Rciew    |4 00
11       Saturday Ht!Tiow 14 00
Publn Nan..11 1^00
lvondou Iltufilrnti'd News  .14 00
Atli.ct'c Month I-   3 0(1
BlackworKT* MR)riiziiie n 00
H»rp"r*s KagAtilM s,,. 3 00
Sixpenny Mugizine 3 ltd
Knickerbocker ;i,
Pacific M Mit'ily **••...,  » 30b
(iodey'sljidie.s Buc,k...,    3 00
Musical Host 3 00
Continental Magazine.., ,....:5 00
Madam TVmoreft's v'onthlv ;j 00
F. Letlie> new Family Maritime  3 00
Chambers' Edlmrargn   cmnal 4 00
Monthly   pnpui*, OnM a   Week ji 00
" "        All lli« Year  Roun-1 fi 00
Thickeray't Cornhill Magazine HOC
London Lancet ;      rod
0, A-  Pala'e TempkvBar '..'.SOu
London Boolotj  Magazine g^
St. Jameg Magazine,.... ,. fi 00
Edinburgh Review 10 00
London   Review 10 00
North BrUiahHevtew !lo 00
(Pentiniupter Ret jew 10 00
1 ondnn Arl  Jr.nmal 12 00
Minii' r k  Sm<slting Uftf*„M 10 00
In many Hospitals II Kuropc this celebrated
remedj tl now used for tbe curt* ol nl'i wuundf,
sort's, nnd ulcers ; in Spain nod PoftOf»l, «nd
in many parts of Italy, tbe lirst PbfeiotaM r«*
rt'jjularly prescribe its uBe. It is a sovcreifjr
remedy for bad breastsand bad lofrs; nnd likewise for all skin diseases. It is lo be found in
tbe chut of nearly every snilor, soldier, auu
emigrant.
Imprudcnntcg   of   Youth ; — Sorea   and
Llcem.
The above class of complaints is surely re-
aoved by nightly fomenti"g tbe parts witt
vurm water, imd than by most ulfcclually rub
oing in tbis Uinimeut. Perrons suffering froa
these direful complaints should lo?«* not a mo
ment in arresting their progress. It should b»
understood that it is not sufficient merely to
imaar the Ointment on the affected pans, but
it mu«t be well rubbed in lor some considerable
time two or three times a day, that it may be
taken into the system, whence it will remov.
only hidden sore or wound as effectually n.
though it were palpable to tbe eye. Uread and
w;in r poultices, after the rubbirur in ol th
Ointment, will do great service. This is thi.
jnly proper treatment for females in cases ef
cancer in tbo stomach, or for thole who suH(^.
Irom a general bearing dow n.
PllM,   Pint 11 his, Strlrturra.
Blotobes,asalsoiwellings, can with certainty
be radically cured   If the Ointment be used
Ireely, and the Pills bo taken night and morn.
ing as recommended iu the printed insiruuiiiuns
Whtti treated in any other way lhe.se complaint.
inly dry up iu one place 10 break cut in an-
l(her; whereas this Ointment will remove the
butiior from the system, and leave tbe patien
1 vigprous und healthy being. It will requlh
,ime, aided by '.he use of the Pills, to ensure
Mting euro.
IHptherlu,    BrOnehltUt   ln«    Tliroatn,
Any of the above claffs of diseases may be
"ured by well rubbing tho Ointment three
times a day upon tho skin OOVftrluff the throat,
chest, and neck of tho patient. The unguent
will soon penetrate the pores and give iuimcd-
mie relief. To allay the lever nnd lessen tho
inflamation, eight or ten Pills should be taken
night and morning. The ointment will pio-
dnce pcispiration, which ii so essential for
remu-iiig tevers, sore throftU, and lliose op-
pressloni of the chest whieh arise Irom
Aithn a, Bronchitis, and other causes.
ltnlli   the   Oinliiient  iiimI    I'llk    Nlinnld
lie   UNttt   to   Ihe   1 -# I lowing   c nitea t
Had I ecu
Porn" [C >ros)
Kin n:naliira
U.d Breutl
■ ',■■■ 1-] 1
"ral.;-
Hurufl
,:. ntrtoted
•nd Borf Nipplft
Banionn
StitlJninW
1* re Thrift
I'itpol Moiohi I m
Btepbanti«iiS
Skin dilSM
nnd A.ii'1-Fii'»
Plutala*
-i-urvy
OOO'bAT
il nt
-nr« heads
rIOOt
lar    Fweli-ir.imorM
lintri
I'lfiW
ShllbUtm
l ■
Wounds
Bhspped llaiidn
PilM
1 au*
1
Sold at i e BsUbllnhmeoi  of   pRorffMOS Hut low 4
144, Ptr»ml,   near Temple Bm)» •■•' :' » ! nt"" «> *
rtepeetable DruaaMs sou l*«iler« In M«ltela« ihrmijh
- ;i/•■ti world, at the fi I King prleu   is.i>.d
ti   Li 04*. Ila..n.| Mrf M .. mi u I'm.
*m*   There ■ u consltltf > ■ iKIn.- ilie Itrgii
Ine*
S 11.—j»i r»«n . u- f mi s in,' see nl PnUeati in vtm
di«>o-iff nre niiix.-d tn .-n, 1  r. 1
(sewing machines, t
. Jf„^ 1 :t 0 ..to-
Slawr;    TIm. fi-it-r V .-Iiin. i« tli. n. Jv M.-h
mat --* Kit ttte* ..r. k.ih wnh .u i,„i, „rthr«.d.
MACIIINI.S   .SiH.n   IN TWO   YEARS
Tin1 alnin-t tocredlMfl Increnvc in tti'- pale of
the Slofrcr Mnobine dnrioK tht ptsttwo jcurs
i^ oninLr lo Uu- populftntj <-r lha I.KTTKU A
TRANSVRRSK SHCTTl.T! Family Mnchino,
whicti w.i-j Introduoad in I8110, since which
time it Loa earned aod Ptlabtlahed n reputn-
tion for liiniily ii.-jps cqnul to tin- oclebnited
mniiutncturinir niac'iincs ol t.lii9 Firm, which
nn.- generally acknowledged, area hy dealers
in oil-ei- Sewing Machinal, to he unequalled
for such pnrpoae*.
r--,:" NO OTHER Family Scwine Machine
has such perfect nnd Improved appliances for
Rnffling, Hemming, llindinp;, Felling, Tucking,
lliillicring, tiuKging, Ijraidii -or ng, (4 11-
ing. etc,
&-J5™ AH persons requiring nlormn'.ic*
atiout our Siiwing Machines, ttieir 1 izes, Prices,
Working CApacitlea, »nd tlie hest method of
purchaaing,Can o'blatn ittn' sending for a copy
of the
StNQBR   VANTFACTtintNO   COMPANY S
IUiGSTRATID I-AKI'IILKT,
Which is entirely devoted  to ihe  subject.   It
will be sent pratis, with specimens of work.
Local Agents wanted in every Town.
WILLIAM       D RICK
General Agent tor the Sing.-r Manf g Co.
ti* <£btiung   £djegr:rp]j.
TUESDAY EVENING. AUQC8T 14, 1866.
A Cl.il.>I OV fl'lIMC IMTRO.V-
StSB-
The Victoria Chronicle and tlie British
Columbian deserve well of tbe public of
both roloiiies. The i|iientiou i«, which is
entitled to the pilra ? Both papers huve
been for the last Uelfc months making
nuperhiiuiuu eli-riioiM lo lIluW how inilil-
led the people are fur w-lf-.'neeruuii-iit,
ninl both have with one ConH bam nt
tiu-king ibi wpnoMntitlw body on thi*
Inland wilh every specie* of ncurrility.
Whether it tin* the Hilda interest ihnt
dii'tateil thin wholesale und silly uhuse ii
matters little, the re-u'l is the MIM. The
florernor or hi* representative in either
colony is enabled to enclose these choice
rpecituen* of public jouru ilium us hearing
out his general policy of treating the
people's views us unworthy Mriuu attention. In other cnlonie-i it is invariably
the practice of public journuls to do
everything in their power to sustain the
credit of their representative bodies. If
they huve a personal, political, or interested pique at nay of tho members, they
do uot phiy into the hands of the public
enemies to grutily that pique, but attach
the member on his merits or demerits' as
the case mny he. Here, however, we
have a journal so silly or so contemptible
thnt its whole efforts seem to be directed
Bgainst the people's interests. To gratify
tome personal or interested motive, or to
please the dispenser of official advertisements, it is quite willing to malign the
whole country, the people, and the House
of Assembly. Yesterday, it devotes
itself to the task of endeavoring to show
that the want of confidence resolutions
which passed the Assembly by an almost
unanimous vote, und on which the people
depend for a beneficial change in colonial
affairs, nre a humbug, and not entitled to
any consideration from Her Majesty's
Government. It does more, it tries in
its feeble, childish way to show that the
Assembly is really what, Governor Kennedy says it is, an incompetent body, and
asks the public to overlook everything
His Excellency has done, and go in—for
what?—for "bringing about a union of
the colonies on terms equitable and sat
isfactory to both."   That  is,   we nre  to
harmonise, not among ourselves for, thc j j, fresh [„ t|10 mindg 0f tile offioials at th
tempt  for public feeling, and  ask him to
get us a fair and equitable tiuiou !
Wilh all the obsequioaeuesa of the
Columbian to official authority, and its
anxiety to assail with abuse everything
that threatens that authority, it expresses
at least the views of many of the inhabitants of New Westminster, whoso interests
would appear to be bound up more in
official patronage than in the general welfare of Ihe colony ; but 'here is DO sub
excuse for our morning contemporary.
Tin-re is no class of people here, if wc except a nee half dozen parasites or Government hangers ou, who sympathise with
any attempt t» raise the Executive at the
expense of the p-.oplc or their representatives—no class who are willing to barter
every principle in their nature for a few
official crumbs—who are ready to bhiclien,
assail everything that is worth preserving
at the heck or nod of those in power.
The Chronicle stands alone in its igiiomiu-
ous attitude, aud it is well thc fact should
be known beyond the colony. It is au
old game, this scurrility against our Assembly on the departure of every document to the Colonial office—a game whieh
has been played vigorously by the Executive of both colonies. It matters not lo
theso gentlemon in power what is the
newspaper, or how despicable its character,
which carries out their behest. It is sufficient for tlio purpose to show to the
Secretary for the Colonies thnt a public
journal attests the truth of His Excellency's denunciatory despatches. In the
present Instance the evil intent is so palpable as scarcely to require notice. The
Want of Confidence Resolutions are
about to leave the colony—there can be
no discussbn upon them here, nothing
that any newspaper can say can slay
their progress ; and therefore so fur as
tho colony is concerned newspaper discussion upon them is a mere waste of
words; but another object is to bo
attained; the Secretary of Stato for
the Colouies is to be made aware that
public opinion is divided upon them, that
one paper, indeed, denounces them and
the members, and shows His Excellency
is In tho right, and tho Assembly not only
in the wrong but unworthy of any attention. The public journal that thus lends
itself to the traduction of the people and
their institutions, and especially at the
present time, when every libel against us
J.PJ)avies&CoJ
New   Advertisements.
general good, but wilh His Excellency
and the officials who have been doing us
every conceivable injury—who have been
interposing cvory obstacle iu the way of
freo government and by that means defeating union—wo are to take theso people's sneers nnd rebuffs, ond assist them
to our everlasting shame and detriment !
This is upright, independent, spirited
journalism with a vengeance. The footpad knocks you down—Give him up your
money, says this public guide, and " hur-
inonisc with him.''
We have contended from tho beginning
thnt Governor Kennedy has done just as
ranch as Governor Seymour to thwart
union. The only obstacle in the way of
union to-day is the want of representotive
power in the proposed constitulion ; let
the inhabitants of both colonies have a
full representation in the affairs of government, and no person would object to thc
meaurc.   The parties who opposed this,
Colonial Office, we leave to the admiration nnd support of the generous people
nf Victoria.
New Advertiscirsnts.
Wanted;   Immediately
WENT?   COAL   UINEItS    FOR   BEL-
L1NGHAM HAY.    Wages $4 per day,
Men with families preferred.
Apply to ALLEN PRANOIS,
au 10-lw U. S. Consul.
I
PIANO   RAFFLE.
A SPLENDID SQUARE PIANO WILL BE
Ruffled for next Thursday, August 16th,
at the Alliambra Saloon, corner of Government and Yates street, at 8 o'clock in thn
evening.
Tickets .$2—('an be had at the Saloon, or
at Mr. Sundric's store, Government street.
ou 12-ld
Ain om:«s aid MBM jHaumsTs.
Suli'M-oani. fireproof (une llulldiug,
Wharf BU, near late*.
Thursday. August 16,
CITY & ESQUIMALT
PROPERTY.
We nre insti m-ted by the Mortgagee to sell
UY PUBLIC AUCTIOK,
.A.T    SALESEOOM
WHARF BTHBBT.
THURSDAY, AUGUST 16,
AT U O'CLOCK .NOON,
FOIiTA\U KM mm IT.OPEI'JY,
All those certain pieces or pnrcels of
Tjnnd in the Citv of Victoria, V. I., nnd
known on the Official Map of the same
as Town Lots Nos. 72 and (54 in Mock
•13, situate on Fort and Kane streets between Douglas and Hhiiirlnml, having a
frontage on Fort street of Sixty (60) feet,
running buck Tho Hundred and Forty
(240) feet, fronting on Kane street Sixty
(Oil) feet, less the easterly half of Wilcox
street, being a strip of Ten (10) feet from
Fort to Kane, enhancing tho value of the
property hy having three frontages, (the
buyer having the right to close the ten
feet at his pleasure) together with all the
Improvements thereon, which comprise in
part the first-dims two story Brick lluiliN
ing on Fort street known as Wilcox's
Hotel, containing on tho upper story 1
good size rooms, the "(round floor has a
Large Store, Parlor, Dining Boom and
Kitchen. On the roof of tlie closets is a
large cistern holding l5oo gallons water,
together With the Two Cottages on Wilcox street, one lias 4 rooms and kitchen,
the other having only 3 rooms. The
whole to be sold in one lot.
TSTOTIGE.
HardlBread I Hard Bread!
STORE ST. CRACK Kit   BAKRRY.
Best Quality  of Pi ot Bread at 6  l-2c
per lb., or $5 per box del:vered-
Navy Ft 5c per b., or $4 par box do.
Butter at 9c per lb-
Soda at 9c per lb.
Wm.   Moncks,
an H Proprietor.
JP.    O'DWYEB
IMl'OBTEK    AM)    WHOLBBALE
DBALEB IK
Oregon and California Flour,
Middlings; Bran, Grain, Butter.
Lard, Provisions, etc, etc.
TO
TEBV1S EASY.
—ALSO —
BE SOLD FOR CASH
Families and the Trade supplied on the
most reasonable terms.
No. 40 Government street,
NEAR CORN KB OF FOBT.
ti    W
Sea Baths •  Sea Baths '!
25 cents. 25 cents.
NKW    WESTMINSTER
GAME   DEPOT,
YATES   ST.,
3Text door to  Ihe corner of fioTrrnment,
opposi«i- Zelner'a Drue Slurp.
rpmi BiTugrrtiinra Bsrvta man au-
1 raii-riiiii-iilj to receive from different
partial the produ e ef the lilaud aud luuntjj
will be pn-piiii-l lu luiuish i»m
Game,
Fish,
fruits,
Poultry,
Eggs    and    Vegetables,
K.irli   and  nil hi  their lemon, at the luwrit
prirci*.
Stay I'i-i-i-i Itin-r Salmon by each •trainer.
JAM IX   Al.l.i;\.
j.r 31->m
UAVANACIOABa
LEWIN &  ANTHONY,
TOBACCONISTS.
47 Yates Bt., Brick Store
Next to Corner of Government St.,
Heq to nrroBM thbik friends and
lie piililir iii fi-iii-rnl that they will con-
Htiiiuly receive by every steamer a Rood »•-
lortmratol <.< null,, lluvnnn 4 lintr*
aod Hie Hfxl Ibiiiiils oil ulmt ru,
imporii d ilireet for tbis market, lo tbat tbey
nre aide to .nmiielr with uny hruse on thif
Island, either Wholesale or Itetarl.
N.   II—Spceial   attention win be paid  to
I'ountrv  order*.
UBIMAN  I.KU'I.Y.     |    LOUIS ANTHONY.
nu 2
RED LION HOTEL,
GOVERNMENT STREET.
rpfiE   ABOVE-NAMED    HOTEL   HAVING
1.  been opened by
JOE     BXJE3ST,
who interposed obstacles in its  way.  ore   n -.„ u. i ,,-,-.
..' I He will ho  happy to  meet, Ins  Iricnds  on all
ouciisione, n,i   will furnish Iheui with
the best of
Wino?3 Liquors, Ale, Porter, &c-,
therefore tlio parties who virtually do '
stroyed union,—and those putties are
Governor Kennedy and Governor Seymour. Tbo one gentleman played, il may
he unconsciously, into thn other's hands.
Governor Seymour's Jlatetnents, from beginning to end, attempt to provo everything against Vancouver Island hut the
one thing : and that little crevice Governor
Kennedy naivclg lill.-i up. Gov. Seymour
says British Columbia is unfit led for re.
prcsenlntive government ; but cannot
stale how the representative system
works on Vancouver Island. Governor
Kennedy then comes forward to his aid—
we will not say the scheme was at a!!
premeditated—aud declares the system
works badly ; the people's representatives
are unfit for legislation. The ono little
story dove-tails so nicely into the other
that wo are really disinclined to accept
the circumstance as the work of chance.
Witb the broad fuct staring every person
who is gifted with ordinary discrimination,
in the fuce—that Governor Kennedy has
both by omission and commission nssisted
Governor Seymour iu his designs against
the public of both colonies, our sagacious
and trustworthy morning contemporary
says let us throw ourselves at Governor
Kennedy's feet, let us forget all the contumely towards tho Assembly, all his cou-
and Cigars
BOARD AND LODGING PER DAY, $1.
Btajr niiftntelle and Kkiitlos.
Call ami see Iho establishment.     JOE presides and keeps order. au 10
w.a.:dtte:d
A     YOUNG   GIRL   FOR LIGHT I10USE-
ii. Work, and to wait on tabic
Apply to
MRS. ZINKE,
Yates et., between Government and llroad.
  hit
iFOiR,    SAIJEl
HPIIE RIGHT, TITLE, AND INTEREST
X iu Land known as It VIII. 8 20, Quam-
iehnn Dlltrtc, and R VIII, S 1, Somenos
District, in all about 100 acres, situate in the
Cowielian Settlement.
For particulars apply to
JOHN GLASSEY,
Bastion street,
ft» 9-In Opposite Sheriff's Office.
J;   NAGLE,
Shipping Mfster and Commission
Agent-
pREWS SUPPLIED AT THE SHORTEST
V7 Notice—Goods entered and cleared at
the Custom House; Manifests, Charter Parties,
and Bi Is of Salo made out. Vessels bought,
or sold.
J®*   Several small Vessels  for   3alo   or
charter.
Office—Bastion   street,   near   the  Police
Barracks.
jyi f
ESQUIMALT PROPERTY!
ALL THOSE certain pieces or parcels
of Land situate on Wbarf Street, Msqui-
mult, adjoining ths Hoyul Hotel and
known on the map of the town us lots 83
and 37, having a frontage ou Wharf
Street of thirty-livo (36) lect, running
back two hundred and forty feet into the
bay, having first class water frontage lo
Int 37. Knell lot has a small CoUago
House thereon.
ALL THAT piece or parcel of land,
situato nnd known on tho Town Map as
Lot No. forty (•!()), on Hospital street,
faisqulmalt, having a frontage of thirty
feet, running back to an alley way in thc
rear.
—AI.SU—
Water Lots! Water Lots'
POSITIVE SALE.
We have received instructions from the
owners to sell on the above date.
All thoso pieces or parcels of land,
situate on Wharf street, Esquimalt,
having a frontage of 36 feet OU Wharf
street, by n depth of 100 feet, and known
on the Town Maps as Lot sixteen (10),
together with all the improvements
thereon.
—ALSO—
Itoyal Hotel Property
All those pieces or parcols of land
situate iu the town of Esquimalt, and
known on the maps thereof as Lots Nos.
34, 35, und 3U, having a frontago euch
on Wharf street of thirty (31)) feet, thence
running back into deep water (wilh all
the privileges thereof), together with the
improvements thoreon, comprising tho
Itoyal Hotel, Restaurant nml Howling
Alley, with ull tho premises nceei-snry for
carrying on the hotel business. The
whole is now rented at the low rental of
Fifty Dollars per month. This valuable
property will be sold either as a whole or
in separate lots, to suit the wishes of Intending purchasers
Maps of the property can be seen at
our office.
TERMS—Twenty-five  per cent, on the
fall of the hammer, twenty-live per ceut
as soon as the deeds  are  ready.    Tbe
balance can remain for one year at one
per cent,   per   mouth   interest,   with
mortgage on the property.
N. 15.—This is one of ihe best opportunities that hns occurred   since 1858 for
investment.    The fact of the contemplated
graving dock and   Government   buildings
(coinrjenciiiK)   will   necessarily  euhance
this and nil properties   at   E.«qniranlt al
least from 300 to  500  per cent., within
three months from the (late thereof.
The   A uctior.ers   invite   all parties to
view the property prior to the sale.
ACTS OF SALE AT BUYERS' EXPENSE.
J. P. DAVIIS, k CO.,
au 9 Auctioneers,
rpiIE DKOBBStOmSD   BROS I-HWE TO
1    inform the public that he hai established
a first-class
Salt-Water    Bath-House,
Moored just above Dooglai Foundry.
N. B.—Bathers taken to the Uath-honse free
of charge, liy boats from the foot of Johnson
stroet.
glja¥" Between the hours of 1 and 1 p.m. tho
Bath-house will be open for Indies only.
jy is
.joii\   ki:ii>.
A. & W. WILSON,
House and Ship Plumbers
GASFITTERS,
BELL-HANGERS & TINSMITHS
FOOT   STREET.
All orden promptly attended lo
nu 3
REMOVAL!
Tho Business of
THOMAS WILSON k CO.
llti-coinmenccd    on
MONDAY,    JUNE    19th
In their Now and Commodious Store in
:Mi_A.3o:csrxa   hall,
GOVERNMENT      STREET,
(Opposite tho ]>iink of i>iitisli Columbia,)
WITH   THEHB   USUAL
WELL - ASSORT ED    STOCK,
INCLUDING
Goods received by last steamer,and comprising Silks. Shawls, Printed
Cambrics ami Dress Materials of every description;  Long
Cloths, Sheetings and (Juilis;   Velvets, Tweeds,
Lace Curtains, Damasks, Reps, Chintzes,
Cents', Ladies'and Children's
Hosiery and Gloves;
Irimmings, &c. jy 3
LONDON     HOUSE,
May ZOth, 18CG.
Our Importations for the present season are now
complete by arrivals per EXI'ItESS this morning,
and the extensive shipments now landing from the
EASTERN CHIEF
Our DRESS, MANTLE, SILK, SHAWL, MILLINERY, LACE, HOSIERY, DRAPERY, FANCY
and UPHOLSTERY departments are now replete
with the newest and choicest goods. Either Wholesale or Retail customers will iind this the best stock
wo have yet offered.
LONDON FIRM,
J? P. TunstallCo.
VICTORIA} V. I.,
J. H. Turner & Co.
iy- (binning   fcclcgnpfc
TI-KSDAY EVENING, A I70CST 11,186«.
COMMERCIAL
I'lv-KM.KHS,
Per stmr .H>SIE MrNKAIt—Mm A J Baldwin
nnd child, Mrs Steele and two children. Mr-*
McDonald. Mini Foriest, 0 Trissou, M Rlttall,
(I Brent, T lluehanau, F Weterman,— Divis,
A 0 BOO, J M OolM in, V C Hammond, A H
Huffingtun. Peter Ftanigau, II Willtson, I.
Lucui, F llfinlerioTi, II  tfMcbeiter
Per  stmr   JOS IB    M.NKWt,   from   Paget
Sound—T<   head   cuttle. 'Jl   lo 'ill.
•hoop,'! b«« brood, I h resembles—Value,
$^,16H.
UOIIIONKHI.
Per itmr JOtSIE JUNEAU, from Putt
Nnund Hutchinson k Oo, Steflbrd, Tate, I' I.
Andrews, Carson k Oo, Chirk k Co, II fount,
Mitchell
VESSELS LOADING UP-SOUND,
AT  PORT   M IDItflX.
Hark (J W linwley, for Son Prancliea
Bark CharleH Ilevins. for Sun Francisco
Bark Uliridtu]ilicr  .Mitchell, for  Sun Frun-
ciico
AT I'clllT   OAXBLE.
Shift (Inrhind, for Shanghai
Bark Itanicr, for Sail Francisco
No vessels at Fori, Ludlow.
On  the   loth  inst., aged 3,'l years mid lice
tnniits, nf congestion of tbo lungs, Anna Pox,
Ihe beinvoil wife of Mr. J. II. Todd, merchant, liarkervillc, Cariboo.
Friends and acquaintances are respectfully
Invited to »tt«od the funeral from her late
residence, Fort street, near Quadra, nt. 2
o'clock to-morrow aflernoon.
The Officers, Teachers, anil Members of the
Wesleyan Methodist Sunday School nre so-
licited to assemble al the school-room of the
\V. M. Church at to minutes to 2, iu order to
liltend the funeral iu procession,
Litoa Bitib—Messrs. iiiiriiniiy, Robertson
Stewart, nnd Btahlttnldt, and Messrs. Stron-
ai-h uud Seclye, visited Leech river on Saturday last and returned Inst night. From the
last named gentleman we lenrn that there are
about 58 men at Leech, half of whom nre
mining and making from $2 to $:! per day.
They aro all confident thut when the ditch IS
finished there will be two or three miles of
good paying diggings along the benches. The
great want is water. Men hy wheeling down
the dirt from the benches to the stream are
funking wages now, nnd if they could gi'f
jdenly of water, which the ditch is expected
to supply, there would bo good paying diggings lor a thousand men. Mr. Set-lye firiuly
tielievcs that Leech river will yet do more for
this country than Cariboo has ever done.
Citv Carmen..—This body met last night,
bis Worship tin' Mayor in the chair, and ull
tlio Councillors present* Mr. I), deal's petition to he allowed to rebuild his premises wns
granted. Mr. N. Pointer complained of a bud
sidewalk ou Johnson street, between Douglas
and Illuuclinrd. The Town Clerk reported
that a number of sidewalks had been repaired
and time -was given for the repair of others.
Leave was given to Hibben k Carswell to put.
up a bulletin board iu front of their store,
and to Mr. Sotithgate to raise the sidewalk in
front of his store on Hustiou street. The
fcianitary Commiltec aro to report at next
meeting of Council.
LOATMO t'ott .\an*imo.—Rev. Dr. Evans,
so long a prominent resident of this city, is
about to leave for .Nanaimo, iu accordance
Willi the orders of the Conference. The rev.
gentleman has during his stay in Victoria
identified himself with every movement tending to benefit the religious and socinl condition of the people, and his absence will be
aensibly fell by the community generally, us
Well as by his own congregation. Itev. Mr.
Browning will occupy the pulpit of thc Wesleyan Church hero.
FnmaAt.. — The runeral of Mrs. Todd,
whose death occurred ou Friday last, will
take place to-morrow, nt two o'clock. The
children of the Wcsleyim Methodist Sunday
school, of which Mrs. Tnd 1 wus a teuchcr for
the last four years, will attend the funeral, in
procession. Mr. Todd, the bereaved husband, arrived down by tho Alexandra to-day.
From Niw WllTHWITin.—Tbo strainer
Alexandra arrived down to-duy at 1 IllB a.m.,
with f)i passengers and a Cariboo mail and
express. AVohave the Columbian of Saturday,
which, however, contains nothing of interest,
being chiefly taken up with the lying despatches of Seymour.
Fiiom I'liflKT Sound.—The steamer Josie
McNear arrived from Olympia and way ports
to-day at 11:15 a.m., with 20 passengers, 86
head of cattle and calves, (10 sheep nnd some
other freight, valued at $2,166.
Serious Cninus.—Wo learn that, a charge
of cattle stealing has been preferred against
a well-known resident of this neighborhood.
Several cows and other horned stock have
been missing in Ike vicinity of late.
Stipienie Court.
[Before Bis Honor Joscen HlIOBlV, C.J.J
Titsiiav, Aug. 14ih.
Region m, ,iim .-nul KUqually, his klu"!' !i-
iiian, the parties charged with tin; murder ol'
Edmund Inn, a I'orui.shinaii, were yesterday
acquitted by the jury after a protracted trial,
there not being sufficient confirmaturj
evideneeon the part of the Indian witnoiacs
tortln- prosecution. This morning the prisoners wero erraigned for the robbery of the
property of deceased, and after a patient bear*
lag Jim wai found guilty, und sentenced i"
two    vein-    iinpii -onineul   with   hurd   labor.
'flu- klootchman wus discharged.   'Ihe pro t-
BOtlon, ns In llo- murder CaSO, was  oOndUl led
by tbe Attorney Ueneral, Instructed by  Mr.
and   Ihe   defi DCfl   bj    Mr.    I.'
1   by  Mr. Courtney,    IVe und
ih .t iiu- ii.' 1 a iii, wiiu iv..< hell   known In
tins colony, wai a n.ilive of Cornwall, West ot
Redruth.
I'iiou I.11-.IH1V iv    Ham-   a  Day.—We   'his
afternoon preienl onrroaden with despatches
nu ihe Atlantic Cable, of yoiterday evening
—Ihe quickest news ever nl   received io lllis
country from Europe.    Bad the despatch been
sent direct through the entire line, Instead of
being published in New Fork ami Sun Pran-
ci-ci before   being   sent  on, we should   have
received ii here .some six hours before the
date at Wblcb it was sent from London, owing
to the difference in time between the termini
of telegraphic commnnlcation.
Foa Portland.—The steamer Pldellter
sailed for Portland to-day, at 12 o'clock, wilb
■15 passengers and about 15 tons of freight.
Wo lire indebted to Captain Crosby, of the
Josie .McNear, for late copies of Portland and
Sound papers.
Thb Mail Stbameb.—Hy private telegram
this morning we learn that the steamer Active
is advertised to leave San Francisco for Vic.
toria on Saturday, the 18th inst.
Last  Night's  Despatches.
The latest telegrams from the Continent state thut nffairs ure unchungcii.
1    London, August!),—Cotton dull. The
truce between Italy und Austria has been
extended io ten dayt,
LlVKBI'oOL, August 0.—The oR'icers of
i the  British  Customs hcrvii-o huve seized
six blockade runners  at  this  port mi be-
| hulfiif the I  nited Stales < ioveriiuient.
The ship h'liirligbi, Capt, Hush, which
wns to sail from Hongkong, M \J 20th,
for Shanghai, tnu lo»t Ig the Chum .-e.i.
No dun- eiven.
London',   August,   10. — I'lirliiiiuent bus
been adjourned (prorogued''.) Tbe
Queen's speech concludes with thinks to
the United States (jovcriuiiciit for its
action in the late l'Viiinii raid.
London, Aagait 11.—Consols, S7J ; 0
BO'i S8|.
Ni.w Voiik, August li.—The morning
papers have the following despatches
From Rnrope by cable.
London, August 0 —There is great
excitement here this evening nt the discovery   of   nn    attempt   to   blow up the
House! of Parliament by pacbegeeol
gunpowder with n tu«e partially burned,
winch were found near the entrance of
the Lord   Chamberlain's   offiee   in   the
House. The membersof purliumctit have
fears of another lluy i'awkes gunpowder
plot.
Deaths from cholera in Loud on during
the lust week were 1038, and from dinr-
ha<a, 854
TELEGRAPHIC
SFEOUL TO Till: ETBJIUfl TKi.MilttPll.
To-day's    Despatches.
Heabt'b Content, August 9th—Her
Majesty's ship Terrible and tlio sleiinier
Albany left ou Wednesday morulng; the
Great Eastern nml Hedwny sailed on
Thursday morning. All vessels nro fully
supplied with coal and provisions. The
members of tho expedition nre determined
to recover mid complete the cable of 181)5
if possible. Thc Great Eastern has about
600 tons of conl and provisions enough for
a six months' cruise.
Nkw Voiik, August loth.—A despatch
received from Major .McKay ut midnight,
dated Gaspe Bay, to-night, stales that
the cable across the (lull' of St. Lawrence
from (la«pe Bay to Port an Masque was
liiideiTiin by him to the depth of 75
fathoms. The portion of it lying in water
of 60 fathoms deep was found imbedded in
mud uud was in a splendid state of preservation. It was found to have been
broken in two places by the anchors of
lishing vcs-cls. It was spliced nt n dis.
tnnce of tiiirtco miles from shore, but the
night coming on very dark, with a high
gale accompanied hy ruin nnd a heavy
sea, ihey were obliged to cut thu cubic
under Cape North, where it was safely
buried in thirty fathoms water. MrKuy
states: " We shall wait for a fine day to
lay the shore ends of the cable, test them
well, and there is not the least defect in
it. New York will soon be in satisfactory telegraphic communication with London.
A New am* Ijiiami Erocfl '* IfuiSCIVS I—
Dr. Ma^gi'l is ihe fouudc. ol a uew MedicRl
system. The quantitations, whose \nt>t internal i|'j-e' riifechle the stomach and paralyze
tbo bowel-, Bast give precedence  lo ihe man
who restores health and vitctex'ut, wilh from
one to two of his mrmn lruaiy 1111s, and
cures ihe most virulent sores with a boi or to
nt bis woinlerliil and a.I healing Halve. These
two great specifics of the lluctors ure last »u-
ponodiog all the .t.t-reoli |u-d nostrums of li.c
ilny. Kx'r.ioriliiiary cure- l,y Mrtj/picl'i Pills
und S-ilv bave oj.eneil t!,c trynt of the public
to the iiu-ni' iency of ihe [SO chIIcI) remedies
of ol tiers, uud BpOfl » ti i !i |m ople liuie M Umg
blindly de|.eu let. M .i-eiel - Fill-ure no ol
i.« el i y the '!"/. II, meI
ill   nlii'1' '"". .l,eu e-,.,,1,.
si'lul.*  ne. e -it,  lur iinijllier      11 ,i    or   iw., «,f
Maggiel s IMIs inflee    to place tbo Imwels in
pei t,, 11,. dor, t ■ tbe itoaaeh, rreate an ap-
pet;ie, und rondel Lbs spoils llgbt and haty-
ant! Tliere is no griping, aad no reaction in
ihe form of constipation. If tha liver is »f-
liiti.i, |ti tuui tiutis are resiored J audit the
nervous lystenls feoblo, Il i^ lovlgoratod.
This last qualliy makes the medicines very
-le ii ■ iile lor the minis of delicate females.
I'lcerou* and eruptive diteooss are liierally
Satlogolobod by tr.e disiiifectiiiit power of
Maggiel's Halve. Iu fici, it is b'-ie snnounooJ
that Hllllel'S union-.. Im -i>< i>tl<
SOd    l>illllll";l     I'llls    cure    .vhere    nil
atberi (ail. Walls tot Barns, Boolds, OMI
blains, iiits uud u.i ulii.isi'iiis of the skin
.MiiKifi<'l'N salve is infallible. Sold liy
.1 Maouibl, 11 Pine >treot,Kov Vork, and all
Druggists, at 'J5 cts. per box.
New Advertisements
California.
San FlUNOtspo, August 3 — Steamer
Orizaba which urrived Friday afternoon
brought large orders of goods for Oregon,
Idaho and Montana territories ; to insure
shipment of these goods on return, gome
merchants last ni^ht loaded the teams
which took their place in line for nd million to Broadway whnrf nt midnight.
The excitement was kept up during ilie
dny ; nt noon tho line of loaded trucks
nnd drsyiextended from Ilromlway wharf
through Davis, Pulfio, and Front streets
to Washington.
It is snid the directors of the liank of
California nre considering the proposal to
increase tho capital of iho Bunk lo ten
millions.
Sailed—British ship Marmion fur Liverpool ; ship Ivnnhoo for Callao. loth—
Hark Fremont for Puget Sound.
Later bv  Cable.
Tolice CouiiT—A man named Hobt. Foster
was lined $10 or len days' imprisonment today for assaulting a man named Loman in thc
Pony Saloon last night.
Dates  from  London to Yesterday
Evening !
London-, August 13—Noon—Tho ar-
mistieo between Italy and Austria, which
expired on Saturday lust, has been renewed for four weeks.
The official Berlin paper opposos the
claim of France for uu extension of her
frontier.
The Gear of Russia has visited the
United States squadron at Uronstadt.
Liverpool, August 13. — Noon—The
cotton market is steady to-day ; sales are
estimated at 10,000 bales.
London, 13th—jSoou—Consols 8?| ;
U. S. 5-20's 6SJ.
London, 13th—p. ni.—There is no important political news this eveuiug.
Tin-: Common Lor.—Uf course there
is no such thing as prospective jealousy in
the world ; the scieutilii- man feels no
soreness when the possibility Is suggested
to him of thnt young Ozone rubbing his
memory out of men's minds as the years
go by ; the doctor who hns prescribed for
all manner of ailments for forty years, invariably lays down his pen uud puts his
spectacles iu their case, and blesses benignly the mere lad who comes to push
him from his stool. It is human nature,
is it not, to do so ? to smile on the man
or the woiiiiin who is to fill up yonr place
iu the world when you have grown old,
and weary, arid obsolete ; it is human
iintiiro to like those who are to come after
you, whose feet will travel the road to
success when your limbs are tottering and
feeble, whose cars will listen to the
throbbing* of oilier men's hearts when
yours are deaf nud treacherous ; who will
write books, nn I perform wonderful operations, and build stupendous bridges, uud
conquer natural difficulties, nnd solve still
unsolved enigmas, and be sought by the
learned, and titled, and wealthy, nhd be
famous nnd renowned, when your name,
friend, when your name, high ns it stands
now, shall be bui. as a word that bus been
spoken, us a song thut lias been sung.—
ZViS ll'ic'for Wealth,
Who was the fastest woman mentioned in
Ihe Bible? Ilerodius; when she got a-head
of John the baptist on a chatter.
Special IVotlccN.
Thb I'l.OI'lH'H Fiukmi—Fhrit Divis' Viultam-k 1'ain
Kll.LKH —Tlie   (,'rentest   laiiiily   MadlelnO oflbeAfft —
Token Internally, 1. cures nulilen culil<, rou^in, etc,
w\ik itomaeh, general debility, nureery, icre month,
canker, liver complaint, ilyeyepela or Indtgoitlon,
cramp   and pain iu ti o -.tunuicli, bowel complaint,
pnlnferB'colic, Asiatic ctioliu-a, illarrha-i, and dy.-en-
terr, Ai'i'LlKu i;.\Ti:uvAi.iY, cures feW.s, boilf und old
soles, severe burnt and scalds, cuts, lirulsci and
■prams, swelled joinll, ringworm and tetter, broken
breasts, frosted Tt-et and chilblains, toothache, pain in
■ li'.- 1'neo, neuralgia and iheumal'iin. It h a aare
remedy for An'ie and I'IiiIIh and Fever.
Hoi.ieWAT's OisTMrsTANn riu.-i.—('"»u<lit and eotdi
air alike d llreisl-.n to Ibe patient and annoying to
th>'?3 around hint* '."be mode of cure 1" ibnple, inno
cent, and effective,    liuiiowaj-'s Ointment ibonld be
thoroughly   mbbid   into  tlio   client  and   between   Ibe
t.iade bones twieo a day, while the bi-n.ii I- undergoing
purification by api'mpruile doaes of hit Pills. A double
result la time seeured^tbe air tuboa nre relieved o(
iieeilliiulaled pblagtn and Ibe hinge ere freed from nn
Impure Circulation, llieio favoring Condition! remote
iho oniiae and the cough ceaies. Ily the nine nII tumid Willi n| ml facility, ihe treatment by Rollo*sy*e
iiieitiuialitf- remedies will overcome ulcetalid and lore
Hi rout., dipt her in. hroiiehlt -, pie nrny, and a.stheiatica'
and pulmonary congestive complaint*.
Mn. Zisn begs to announce to Ihe Inunhit-
ants of Victoria that hn Im- lately received a
largo assortment ot Children's Carriages and
I'huirs, fishing baskets and Fishing Canes,
ind a lurire quantity of Market and Trnve ling
Baskets, t.'hiua Vases, Fancy Goods aud Toys,
nil et which have to he sold on or hetore
February next at greatly reduded prices
Hoods sold at wholesale lor cost prices.     *
Removal.—Messrs. Solomon Bros, have removed to the two-story brick building on
Government street, opposite the .St. Nicholas
lintel. They bave received, ex ship Mohawk,
from London, a fine assortment of men s
clothing and underclothing, which they will
sell lower than ao„ house iu town. Give tlietu
a call. *
Tiik Fashion IIotki. and Music Hull will
be opened this evening at 0 o'clock, when
CiiAiii.i:s BitooKS hopes his friends will not
fail to give him a call and sample his tine
Wines, Liquors and Sigars. Every attention
shown to guesls by the new attendants.     *
Ma. FttKFMAN requests us to state thai he
is about to remove his Variety store from
Waddington Alley and corner of Government
uud Oormorant streets to the large store on
Johnson street known as the " Queen
Saloon.'' *
Alexandre's Gloves—Messrs. J. 11. Turner
& Co., London House, have received to-day.
by Kxpress from Paris, a full assortment of
Alexandre's famous kid gloves, for which
they are thc sole agents in Vancouver Island
and Ilriiish Columbia, *
Ma. P. Lindsay, Accountant nnd Official
Assignee in Bankruptcy, ic, &c., requests
us to intimate that he will remove his Office
In Captain Stamp's New building. Government Street, on  Monday. 30th July. *
THE IPIOISTEEIEL
ICE CREAM,
—FIIOM TUB—
PACIFIC TELEGRAPH HOTEL,
[S A<;.\IN IN* Till-: FIELD.
rpHB   PROPRIETOR   IS   PREPARED  TO
X     supply, M tun&l, his CUStOOMrij parties,
bulls, etc., nt moder&ta rateii
PAOTPIO TELEGRAPH HOTEL,
au 'J Store street.
' In tlte Suprt no Court gf Civil Juttict,
t bhud.
In  Bankruptcy.
VTediMffid.ix, the lit  of Aigwt, I8C6.
11'JlKUIiAS,  A   PKTiriON'rOtt ADJnDI-
W i ii.m ni HHiikrtiptr_vr b«iri-up d»te th«
:;.--! ffnf of July bi r, \\w± b»-pn Uuij ftletj by
Williitrn pHmoiif Saiwrtr<I, Charfei Ktnt, »n4
Kdw«r' WHi-oii. ■scain.t jolt* JOdKPH
UKORXDYofVitV .-tn-et, Victoria, Cttrpstm-
ler, unil \h*r -oti.1 tolin Jo»e|.!i \li-rr<-dy, hm tntr
btcadttlff dfUied Mlid nujii'litit't't n B»nk~
nipt, ia li*-if-iiv n'|i'ic«t to rirnndrr lihnirff
fa Hid I'lmiir .!'•«.-ph  Ni-s-.Ui.in,   Ufa Iff JMhM
Of llir- Niiiiimi- i nil' I Ol    CltM    J^t^tlr•    nUitt ■
Knid, ttr, W *••'■ ■>*"*'*■>- tt'<- 1 .* It <|:iy »f Augti ttl
enrretit, nt It >il ike cl«r k n. ibe KwtM K»*-
tinflv, nt th*- <"o«rt Hiiiui-, Jitiurf B*J. Vu-
loim ami nmkf tt fall dtorofOft nnd dritlu*
iurfl of liii f-'«fe nud fffv-i*t«. " \wn and whtrt
ihe cr^diton are la 0O1Q predated lt» pni»e
their debtii, and ut ihf hint killing to cli<»o>»
XStftgner* and < omiii'tH e ifae rxauiinatioo of
the llitnkrupl, aud nt the !a«t «Mlinir, llio
Patikrupl ih to fioi-lt h\n Int'  exaniinatfon.
Al! perfotis iu>\t*h\"i to ilir mid HankrapT,
or have nny ol bll HR>rl| are imi to \my or
deliver the panir hut u» \Jr. I'uuiiel   l.iiiii^Aj uf
florernmooi Kroot, tbe cllu-iii AiKi^navap-
poiuttd, and give tsOtie* 'u
JfUf.N    COPLAVD,
UnKi;on itreot, Virioriii, V. I.,
Sulii itur to tbe  1'etitioiiitiy rredilofJ.
nu Ti-td
Wanted to Borrow
2500     DOLLARS
On nitsT-ci.Ass i:i:.m, kstatk hk-
enritf produviuir tS9 per muiitU. The
money would be taken lor ono veur et 1J [>«r
ecnt. per uionth.
For purlieulari uppiv to
A. F. MA I.V.
an 2 Government sin-et.
J.    SPENCER,
HOU8H AM) BHIP
F  L XJ Ad:  B E -JR ,
Gas-fitter ami Bell>banger,
Comer  Yates and  Government streets
All liranehcA of the above business prai--
tieally done with nektneu and despateh, at
ehurges to eurrespoud with the times.
auG
WILSON   &   MURRAY,
GKOCERS,
Provision, Wine k Spirit l£orcUantn,
BAKERS  & CONFECTIONERS.
I-OIIT ST., VICTORIA, V. I.
SHIPPING     SUPPLIED.
NOTICE,
MARTIN7   BROS.,
IMP0BTER8 OF
Groceries and Provisions,
FJBBPHOOF 15U1LD1NQ,
LATELY OCCUPIED BV LHOTEI.IER k Co,
•WKCA.RK       STEEET.
au 1
Dissolution of Partnership.
'IMIE  PARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE KX-
L istinu between &OBMT Hknky ,Stonk and
Hknry Jkuohi: hi Hotel-keepen at " The Old
Flap Inn, Nunaimo, halt this day been dissolved by mutual consent. The builneil will
in future be curried on by thc said Hubert
Henry Stone alotn-, who wiil collect all outstanding net mint- und p»J all liabilities of
the late partnership.
Witness,! It   II. STONE.
Jos. McCi.riiK.       HENRY JBROMB.
Nanainiii, Angnit 3, 1860. an 5-lm
Mrs.   Hein
KEEPS    CONSTANTLY   ON'   HAND   THK
Inlut :.i--i.iiin- in
liA ILLINERY,
—AT—
Prices to  Suit the  Timesf
GOVERNMENT     STR     T
Between Fort and Ilroii(;hlon. au5
L.   BETTMAN.
DEALER IN DRV GOODS,  GROCERIES,
BOOTS AND SHOES, k., Ac, *c.
Jjrll Olympia, W-T-
Everett's Exchange,
STORK  BTBKBT,   V. I.
•I'HE
1    for
HE  PROPRIETOR RBSPICTEULLY IN-
nns bll friends and the public tl.nt he
hns opened his old stand in Store street, where
be will keep as hoforc the linc<t ipiality of
WINES, LIQUORS, andCIOARS.
Come and see.
nu.l-lm        PAT. EVERETT, Proprietor.
TOBACCO PLANT
ARRIVAL OF ANOTHER CARGO FROM
Virginia & Cuba,
VIA 'A.SriMV.U.I.,
Of Ihe most   Celebrated III and* of
TOBACCO   &   SEGARS
EVER IMPORTED
Samples can be   bad  at  the »' ADELPH',"
corner Vatcs and Government streets.
Arrival of a fewmore Plants
by the " California."
Bffi~ Offiee of C. F.  (ircen's  Victoria
and fiaqaiaalt Bxpnu.
F. I UiFIU.I.I.
au2 ADELPHI SEGAR STORE.
Sporborg  & Kueff,
COMMISSION   MERCHANTS,
Importers and Wholesale I)enle"S In
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS,
I {<><>in and shoi-s,
Wharf street, Victoria, V. I. nirl
Belief   for   the   Afflicted.
THE INTRODUCTION OF
Perry     Davis*
Vegetable Pain Killer
To the SuiTerine;  Hiimani'y of this Ago
has relieved more pnin, anil canned more
real joy than any other one thing thut can
be named.
IT   18  AX
Invaluable   Remedy,
Our first Physicians   use it,  nnd   recommend
its   use ;   the   Apothecary finds   it   first
among the medicines culled lor, and
the wholesale Dnifrpislconsid-n
it  n   leading  article of his
trade.      All the dealers
in medicine spent;
alike   in its favor; and its
reputation as a medicine of great
merit and virtue is fully and permanently   established,   aud   it  is   the great
Family  Medicine   of   (ho   Age
Every Volunteer should have a bottle, in cast
of sudden ultiicks of Discuss.
Tnken Internally, curp»
Sudden Colds, Coughs, <fcc,
Wink Stomach,
General HeMlity,
Honing Sire Month, Cnoker,
Liver CunipUiiit,
Dyspep-in or lndiireiition,
Cramp and pain in the Stomach,
Howol Complaint,
I'niuters' ('.die,
Asiatic Cholera,
Hiarhu'ii and Dysentery.
Taken externally cures
Felons, lloils, mnl Old Sores,
Severe liuriiN and Boillh,
Cuts, Hruise- ami Spiuins,
Swellinir of the Joints,
Ringworm ami Tetter,
Broken Hrcasts.
Frosted Feet, und Chilblains,
Toothache,
I'aiu in lite i''uce,
Neuralgia and llheumtitisni.
PAIN KIILI/EIR,
Taken internally, should ho adulterated
wi'li milk or water, nnd sweetened with
sugar, il desired, or made into n syrup
with molasses. For n COUGH and
Bronchitis, ii few drops on ^ugar, eaten,
will be mote itTecliv; than nuything else.
For SOllF THROAT, irargle the throat
wilh a mixture of Pain Killer and water,
and the relief is immediate uud cure post-
live.
*£~ It should not he forgotten that
the 1'iiiti Killer it> equally as i_ood to
take internally as to use externally.
Each bottle is wrapped with full directions for its use.
Prices 25 cents, DO cents & $1 per bottle. qui
JUlkccllasif'uiis.
Assizg Tisii:.—Uauud the town, dispersed in various first floors were tho
numerous members of the circuit. Serjeant
Ryder, Mr. Cohbam, ti. C, Mr. Kigley,
Q. C, Mr. Colter, Q C, Belmore Jones,
the well-known popular counsel, who was
as necessary to every breach of promise
case as the writ itself or one of the issues,
and wbo defended Churtisls and others
"fearlessly,'' nnd vith great speeches.
But be had so often tin own his head buck,
and told judges melodramatically thai he
'stood there lo vludieat*' Innumerable
rights, punctilio-, nml etlqoetUt*, ai d
knew, ou ro inuuy oc>nsious, what was
due ' to the gown Iiu luul the honor mid
privilege lo wear on hi- Inuk,' tliui lie
had been looked coldly on us a forward
and troublesome p> rson, ami hud not lii-cti
honored wi'h the mystic letters at the
end of his name. These being so tlir-
persed through the place, were regarded
with n lesser and more subdued reverence.
Mr. Cohhain, Mr Kxshuw, Mr. Serjeant
Ryder, known as 'the Serjeant,' .Mr
Wrigley, Mr. Colter, nil Her Majesty's
counsel, together with Hugely, Qlbbt, ami
the juniors in good business, were insluutly
aud almost before they hud time to get
from the railway or tuke oil' tin ir coats,
invaded by gentlemen with papers ; nnd
' the Serjeant,' in about live minutes, hud
his hands in his trousers pockets, walking
up and down the room (his characteristic
mode of laying his mind to a case) listening to his junior's voice, which comes
struggling through perfect billows of white
briefs. Thc old cathedral town and some
of onr canons made a little first floor profit
during this invasion, thus wakened up
into a sort of owl like iiiiiiiiiitiou ; and in
all its nooks, and closes, and niches, und
<piict rusted corners, seemed to nod und
Rap, and softly hoot with a mild cede-
tiiasiical bustle. But the grander scene
was wben half-past six drew on, and this
legal aristocracy wus seeu, still with its
hands in its pockets, crowding to the
White Hart to dmo ; where they wero to
sit down some forty or fifty strong; where
was tbe bar sherry and the bar port—
much relished hy the legul babes. But
Colter, pale and worn, and wilh faint
eyes, was already wandering away to
to Whichelo's Trusts, lying on the table
at tho lodgings, or to Mill's case, which
was to be 'on' first iu the morning.— All
-tlie Year Round.
PltECAtJTIONS AGAINST HyilUOl'llOMA—
Dr. Snmpter writes to Public Opinion as
follows:—"Without infringing any rule.
•of professional etiquette, 1 think it right
to call attention to the very obvious error
committed by most people suffering from
tbe bite of a dog, whether proved lo be
rabid or not, after examining the wound,
ol directly replacing upon the part or
parls bitten tho very siime garment or
covering through which tho may-be en-
Tenomcd lungs have passed, thus supply
ing the very conditions necessary to thc
local absorptions of most poisons—i. e,
an abraded cuticular surface, and nn op
posed ' virus ;' for it may be taken lor
granted that when the rabid dog's tooth
passes through clothing before reaching
tho flesh, more of Iho ' virus1 of hydrophobia is tn tho covering than in the
wound. I call public attention to this,
for I believe the- only measures of any
use ore directly uficr the bite. First to
removo the poison by local suction, or by
cupping-gluss und excision ; secondly, to
iniprovi genernl health, und thus predispose nguinsi any uftor illcflccts."
A Man Cut to Pikces.—James Bannister, n pointsman employed at the
Kuvtou Junction, between Preston and
Ohorlcy, was killed instantly on the Uth.
ne had been lo Cliorley, and was returning home, when the driver of a train to
Preston saw him walking in tho ' fonr-
foot,' 300 or 400 ynrds in front of the
train. The driver whistled loudly, but
(he mnn seemed to take no heed of the
wurning, and the train passed over him,
und literally cut him to pieces. The fragments of thc body were gathered together
iu a sheet, and taken home to tho unfortunate man's wife und family.
Anecdote op Caulyle.—During Cnr-
lyle's visit to the " luug touu,'' Provost
Swan showed his distinguished guest over
some parts of the burgh, and, taking him
into a warehouse, asked if he knew that
place. " No,'' replied Cnrlyle, " I don't
remember ever baving seen it before."
''Well, this honse,*1 said tho provost,
" wns your avtn schoolroom." Cnrlyle
threw himself erect, rau his eyes round
the walls, mid after a pause said, " Yes,
you nre right," while, pointing to tbe
place as he spoke, he added, " There
stood tho dominie's desk ; and Here little
Willie Brown sat; and there was Jamie
Black's place ; and I could people the
whole room out of my memory yet.''—
Inverness Advertiser.
New Advertisements.
CARRIAGE   PAINTING UNION    HOTEL
New Advertisements.
Miscellaneous.
IX ALL ITS  BRANCHES,
Yates Street,
Between Deluge  Engine House
and the International Hotel.
Work   solieitotl,  and
reasonable terms by
jy 11-1 in
done   on   tbe mo6t
W. M. KKUIIAN
For Sale Ex Camden.
Ilo^tetur, Becker, uud Ango*tura;uittcri,
Orrgon rider lu bbli. and caiet,
I Ian I In laths, lialf-raiki and <■■»,
Sauterne and California White II Ine,
French Alcohol 90 O.P.,
Eu&. (Ilijuot, JIunun and Bollengcr Cham-
lingur,
Ami In  s'ore nn  assortment of Brandy
and Liquors inhabit: fur Ibe I'rude.
S&' Depot of Havana Cigars.
nu G
EUGENE THOMAS,
Yates street.
The Colonial Market.
JOHNSON   STREET,
(uri'OMTK      OBIESTAL     ALLEY,)
Will be re-opened on
Saturday,    August     4th.
The market will be constantly supplied
with the best quality of articles required for
the family table. Fresh supplies received
daily.
au 1 N. V. I.ANGE.
WARM WEATHER!
ICE!   ICE!   ICE!
* ■ luxury within the reach of
J\ all, supplied by
axex.  pi-iijlx.ipi3,
FORT STREET,
To say nothing about Ginger Beer, Lemonade,
or Soda Water witb it.
E&~ The way to keep cool. au 3
The "Grotto,"
OPPOSITE THE TELBORAPB OFFICE.
For a plass of choice  liquor go to the
" Grotto,"
There " none out the best '' you  will
find is the motto.
Mint Julep?, Sherry Cobblers—every thing
cooling ;
Come ye that do thirst, you will find its
no fooling.
a u 2
Alhambra
BILLIARD SALOON,
coii-vfr i;(in;in.ui;vi  A.VD YATES SI'S.
3
Corner Bastion and langley 6ts-
TJP-STAIES.
Entrance on Yates
Street-
au ll-lin
Wanted.
W
ANTED A FEMALE SERVANT.
Apply to
MRS. DAVIES,
5 Flgguard Street,, near Gov't.
WILLIAM   LYONS,
SHIPPING-
- AND—
Commission      Agent,
On the Corner of
Wharf and Johnson Streets.
all 3-2m
TUB PROPRIETOR RKSI'FCTKIi.I.V IV-
forms the public,  that   the ebon   IUM4
Motel   ia   n«w   SfM    for   the   rrceptiou   of
Ho.itiU-r*.
Termi:
Board nnd Lodging per week $10 00
Board without Lodging °.°u
The Hotel
Ii located in the Butt central pen of the rity,
being ut ibe Immediate rlcipity of the principal Hu»iiies« II es,  ili«   Tliraire  and other
place* of ftiniidemeiit in the city.
The Table
Will he inpplied wilh all the delicacies that
onr iimtI.i't- afford.
An early application ii neceMarv a« only a
liniit"d number   of boarders will   be  taker, it
beinK the Intention of the Proprietor to do all
iii bu power lo promote the eomlort of those
who may favor him wilh their patronage.
EEFERENCE  REOUIRtD-
T. II.   Un L'A.N'N', Proprietor.
Victoria, V. I., July 30th, I8C0. jy 30
FASHION   HOTEL
AND
Concert   Room,
The only Place of Amusement in
Town!
rpIIE   UNDERSIGNED HAVING LEASED
L   these well  known establishments, begs
leave to announce that they will bo
Re-opened on Saturday, July 28.
The former Billiard Hall has been converted
into a Concert Room, where may always be
found attentive and obliging attendants.
Bent qualities of Wines, Liquors, nnd Cigars served by the proprietor in person.
CIIAS. CROOKS.
SOT Admission Fin:;;. jy 26
ALICE  BROWN'S
FANCY   TWIST
SMOKING TOBACCO
JUST RECEIVED AT
A.   F.   ItlSYHEK.'S,
fogcthcr wilh some fiue
HAVANA. CIGARS DIRECT.
Also on band
Wine Sap, Peach, Apricot, Mary's Own,
Light Pressed, Natural Leaf, Buffalo
Tongue, and Atlantic Cable
Tobacco.
  au 5-lm
Dissolution   of Partnership.
'PHE PARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE EX-
X isting between James Urahaiuslaw and
Thomas (j. Morris, Contractors and Builders,
has been dissolved by mutual consent, Mr.
Morris baving retired from the business, which
will be carried on by Mr. Grahamslaw.
All persons indebted to the firm are re.
quested to pay the same to James Grahamslaw,
and claims against the Aim must be presented
within fourteen days from this date-
Victoria, V. I., July iuth, lttGd.        jj-25
Chains and Anchors.
TWENTY, TONS  CHAIN
Short I.inlieil nml pfOfwd from .', to I
AM)
ANCHORS,
From -'<) to 801) pounds.
For Sab- by
ram M'HAin:,
jy j.i Wharf Biri'-i, Victoria.
WANTED
THREE  HOARDERS   AT $8 I'KR WEEK
The best the tiinrht-t can ullbrd placed
on the table.    Applv nt the
Bll HIVE   HOTEL,
jy 30 Kort street.
Miscellaneous
A   Triumph    of    Science
 AND--
THE  LIGHT   OP   TIIE   WOULD
DR. MAGGIEL'S
PILLS   & SALVE.
These r.'fo-plWnp i-medir* nre BOW, for Min fir t
thitp, a fro i imltl cly Io tli- w r d. Kor over fcquftttW
In century of prb ati* practice the ingrclicHln iu tbfiu
Life.Giving Pills
IIito bnrn lined with tlio jrreateRt insesflf. Their
nrntbn  Jb  u Cony  lo   i rflvent  rtt'tl*, Imt   tn cure
Tbeyms-'reh in iii* yarfom mal<idlti by «hich iim
patttnt i* •offering, unit re. Invigorates t''« aihtu
«y«iem, T ■ tin* MTSd nml inMnn t\ lew Uosev of tbOMJ
valuable l'ILl.3 will i rove to lu
A YERY FOUNTAIN OF YOUTH,
tut Jn tfpty ca*c fcSej add now life and vitality, nml
I'sliif t lit- w ,uj. ft i. |,i|glox U> their l rig tine Hat*. Tt
tho ^oniignnl ml ill* ttgaA tiny will pr-ivo most in
vain-Hi*, a* a rui y, epoxide and Sterling inediciuo.
trvti n (Ir"nin realised, that I'<'ico.i|i*-Ifi*on -<>,, In
for thief Inindred yearn ago, utid never f mnl. Hi*
look, il for ii l tii'tnin that would reuturo the old to
vigor mid make youth ever
Ail Eternal Hpring-!
It wa* left for thin thy and hour tn VtllllU 'ho ilrenm,
mil (how iu onuglontme f.ict the luagiu that u.atle
iv fair.
THESE FAMOUS  REMEDIES
('annul, stiy tin* flight' of years, hut thcyp.nn force back,
UV* hold nl'iof, diieiiHi't i hat BRiibttn iii [ill ovei thu
UK <1 uud tlie TOUD(( Lot ii'-m; hosititto titen, but
■etifl tin' fovnrnbli o^jiortunity iitui "ii. i .. Whoa ttkoa
as preicibiU—
For Billious Disorders
Kothht|oan ho mow produoltet of cure than thtu
I'ill-— riicir oltnOKt   migis ililhicnce \i felt nt  O-ui ;
nnd iho uiutl oouo niitani* of thii ni< it dliitvatinu
dlsMU UM uinovcd.   TJiok; rtiuidlen .>: ■• iii.nle Irom
the |'i.rem
VEGETAHLIO COMPOUNDS.
Tli'-y will not harm   (lit; most  ih'licatp   female,   and
o*i be »<i iji with good t-lloct in pronrlbod  dull to
Lhl jouuitedL li.ii-.'.
For Cutaneous Disorders
Ah.UII rru li-nun1 Hi" .kir.Ui.' BALVI'fl moHt iii
'.iihi.ii.l-. It <l>n-K ii Mi.-:tl ■ ii.'t M itn- .,|.,ii , bul pone-
ir.i«» with the moil a arching ifLotft to ilia rorjr loot
of Wi* ••-il.
DR. MMfflL'S PILLS
Iuvariubly cure tlie following Disoasei i
Aitbnu,
Howel CbntntaloU.
ICoiimIib,
Oold",
Chest Hi BUU|
Coniivenesn,
Djfpcpsla,1
i>ianhea,
Dntimy,
Debility,
,  „ l'evcr and Agi ^.
Female Complaint",
Headache,
liidi?-'iition,
liifhipi r.n,
lnHanimation,
Inward Wcnknann,
Li-er Oomidalni,
LoWtiOtw of Spirits,
Itinjrworni,
lihemn.-itiHiii,
ball i.houm,
Scalds,
Skin DiMMOU
tttr NOTien.—VnnejieuiMno without the onirraved
traile-nutrk hround cull pot or bus, signed b> I)R J,
MAi-Hli'.i,, 4a Fulton timet) New l ork, to coiinlerfe.t
which is lelorvy.
tfW Sold hy all rsipeotttblo Soaleri in Medicines
thmuifhi'iit the United Siateii aud Can ida—at 'Zi> cent*
per box or pot,
A. C. Langley & Co.,
Agentl for Vancouver Island and British
Columbia.
jy 3
PRIVATE   BOARD.
Board   ■with  Comfortably
Furnished Bed-room,
Six Dollars per Week.
YATES   £3T-3
Next  Door to the   Anglo-
American.       jyi.rj
Mi-ci llalli nils.
HERMAN   SHULTZ,
Bis Well Known and Old Established
Stand
The Government Bt. Boot Store,
Has just received per stctiiucr
A   FINE   ASSORTMENT   OP
Ladies' and   Children's   Shoes,
Which ho offers nt a very low price.
Receives by each stennier from  England and
Sun  Francisco
BOOTS     <Sc    SHOES
FINEST   AND  BUST QUALITY,
FRENCH   LEATHER,
.    —ANU—
SHOE     FINDINGS,
At prices to correspond with Ilie times.
Jy ia	
BRITISH    PERIODICALS.
Jesse  Cowper,
WbolPMlf urn] II la 1 Healer in
BOOTS AND SHOES,
LEATHER,
—AND-
SHOE    FINDINGS,
"STATES    STREET,
OPPOSITE WALLS, PABQO kC«.
At tlm iild stand of Webster k Co., 11
prepared  to  wj ,p'jr Un wants ol   tlio
pablio in Ins line. '
The Latest Stvles
Reeelred i>y cvury urrivul from Kn^lar-c'
and Sun Franciaoa au 2
The London Quarterly Review (Conservative)-
The Edinburgh Review (Whig)
The Westminster Review (Radical)
The North British Review (Free Church)
— AND—
Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (Tory)
Tim fo ir Reviews rs-pnbttlllOd by Mcs^rn. ?©)TT ic
Co., arc ppni-rally co*'lidor*d nn tbQ Qrtat B«tlewf,
ami BUrfcvrood han besn justly plsoed tn tha same
rank* ffhotvar riifpstusji wnh rt ndituc pnbliostlona of
thii olwSj wli«U'ver tiiav ho lit* renwrtl lufurraatlnn,
will SOOi) bo iiltciiretln'r Imliiu'l tin; timo- In wliicli he
liven—nwd IP tbest tiiin'u s psrtoa rony *«im gn very
far. boh tnd,   Xhsy w*>y ba ro»d and itudiuit with tn*
vnnUinv hy tliu |ie«iilo of IhiH coiutrj-,   ol' BTor/OfSed
anil party.
W liLACKWOOP 1b iiniitnialh' sttnwtlvfl at t|>U
tliin* to Amsriosos, not only f-r it* tori I articles by
iii-Mit ■n.f-li >i wrili-ra <>r Ro linn, bat fnr lbs soooantof
ttie late civil w >r. now holng wrlitso by (J'l. Von
BarlCB, RtlfiiianofllriT, cliii-f-.f-Ktuff lOGoo. J. E. h.
.-taurt, uf tbv Oo&fsdUStS nriny.
TKEMfl   FOR   18CG.
For any ono  of the Bsrlssri $1 per nniuiin
l'nran> two of Uu Bsvlswji  7 "
For any ihn-" of tbe Ki'viowi 10 "
For all four of Un-Hrvi.-w* 12      "
For BluttWOod*S Ma/unn*'  4 "
For Uiokwtod and  uiio KovlwW 7 •'
Kor lllii' kwixl and any two of tbo  Ite-
vlswi to     «
For nisekwood nml tbrt'o of tlm lUrtsws.JI     "
1 or HUi^knood and tbe four RoTtswi 16      "
CJ.UBS.
For San Francisco Direct
rpHB N'i:v.' AND JAST BAILING B0HO0N-
ev
MINERVA,
To   nil 00 or about the lirdt of August.
For Freight or FniaftgO, upply to
K. U. MAUVIN,
jyl.'i Wburf street.
a discount at twenty promt will lie s'lowsd i" olulti
of lour or mora pcrsoua. Toot, four o pl« ol
Blackwood,or ofons bsvlow win i»« Ment toons oA*
thrss  or *l- SO.    Koarooplsi of Ibe lour ltvviuwit ami
Illackwood, for (48, and ao on.
I'OSTAG E.
Whsnsent  by  mail, lln* 1'oitaok   tnnny part of Ilu-
United   t tot wiM he t»ut tw«iit>-t«ur oenUa jom for
"   i.AiiKwiion," and hut eight ctnta a year fur each of
tbe Kt'viewB.
Reouced Prices for previous years-
SubRoribtTB may obtain ibe Repaints iinnicaiately
prciieding: iHi'G, as follows, viz. :
Mark-wood from S"[itpnr.cr. 1804, to December, 1SG5
inclusive, at tbe rate of $2 &0 a year.
The North British frprt January. 1803, to Heortnbor,
lSfi5, biolualre; tlie Jilintmrgh nnd the Westminster lr.ni
Ap il, lRfi4, to December, ]S6\ inebi^iw, nnd Uif
London Quarterly lur tbe year 18t'&( at the rate of $1 00
a year lur each or any i evi-W.
«5* A few copies yet rtm i in of nit Uie four Reviacs
tor J863 nt *4 a set, or fcl 60 for any one.
M-:<>:VMll»   SCOTT    Si,   CO.,
rublithcr*. 38  Walker Street, N. T.
US. % Co., also publish the
:fa.:ei:m:£->:r'S o-xjide
Hy IIkxry Stkhib.vs, nf Edinburgh,  nnd tbe la»e J.   P,
NOBTOH, iT Yale » ulStTS,    2 vols.   Koyfti Octavo,   li.00
pages 1 and numeiom BngrnvlngS'
Price S7 for tbe  two volumes—by Mail, post  paid.
}N 00. j>23
THK   OSlu  THING   WANTED.
HOLLOWAY'S PILLS.
The Klooil.
These; famous pills are so composed thu
tlicy operate wholesomely on thc stomach, tho
liver, llie bowtls, ami other orpins; by correcting any deiftngnmnpti in their functions,
Whereby a steady supply of pure materials lor
tbo renewal of the lllood tl flinillbed, ft»d ft
constant ubslriietion of effete products is effected. This perfect circulation thus becomes
the very fountain of health nnd life, and overcomes all form of disease wherever its situation.
diencial niNoidoiN or tlie Liver
acid   Moumcli.
All who ever Indulge ft* tnble, either in enl-
■n^ <»r drinking, gboujd take about ten of t!:es-
fiinious pills Ot bed time, from which will roe
Mill n clear bead and pom) stonmch the fell >w-
iu^' morning. Thousands of Lftdlei are always complaining of .sick boadaohoi, want o
appetite, want of etteiizv, and wantof strength,
lo correct ull these evils, three or four ol these
PilU should be taken twice a week, when thev
WOald give tlie invalid ;&o health nml uppetit*
of a pbiu^liuian.
iYmait'K or an \:m'n and('laaiea
Obstrncllond of r.ny kind, either in younir
or those between forty and fifty—the most critical peiiod of life— may he radically remold
by nsing these Pills according to the printed
directions whieh accompany ench box. Younft
persona with sickly and sallow complexions
way have the bloom Ol health restored by thi?
corrective, wl [oh purifies tbe blood nnd expels ull grosfl and impure humors from thesys-
tern. Beware theu of the critical ngo fron
forty to fifty, as it sends many thousands to
premature grave,—these Pills should be tnkei
■it that period of lite two or tbree times tf
wek
Want  of StrenffUi ami [Energy.
Persons of sedentary habits, or those troubled in mind, working iu Factories or Coal
fits, who cannot obtain that amount of fresh
air ami OXOroUe which nf-.turo requires, suffer
from WOftk0ess and delilily, lowncss of spirilB
aud want of appetite. All such should take *
.lose or two of Ibese Pills every tliree or foui
days, as tbey act gently and effectually on the
By Item and Impart vigor and energy to tho
body, which is always followed by a pood
appetite, sound and refreshing sleep, and a
high flow of spirits.
Tor (lie Cure of biopsy.
The cllidcy ol Hollo way'8 Pills in Dropsy
is extraordinary. They act with such a peculiar effect upon the system, that the fluid/
causing this direful complaint, nre peincptih]
■aiiicil off and prevented from any furthoi
accumuhitioii. The suflerer regains a buoyancy of spirits nnd rejoices in » completely
renovated constitution. It is indispensably
nccoftsiiry thst the Ointment should he moat
effectually rubbed into tbo complaining pur'-i
during 'ho whole course of treatment.
Children and their Allmente«
In no country in the worhl nre more children
carried to an early grave than in Great Kritain.
Ooilgfas, Measles. Suirlatiun, 1'Vvers, and Other
diseases attack the little sufferers, and death,
but too Often, follows at n rapid pace ; yet if
at the first stage ot these complaint.', parents
were to have recourse to Ifollowuy's Pills, all
danger would be avoided, for tho stomach
and bowels would oe gently but effectually
cleansed bv this mild aperient; the depraved
numors corrected anu tne secretions duiy regulated. A perfect cure would «.oon be effected, aud thc iktlc patient restored to soum1
health.
Holloway' Pi. 9 are the boat known remedy in tht
world r*> the following diseases:
Sold at tbe I siabilsInntMii of PruieMsor Jlnliowny, 2-11
Strand, (near TVmiile Bur.) I. niloii ; aln-1 by all respect
a'lle Drugrtit* and Defcloft In Mcdcincs throughout ths
civilized world, at Hie following prices—1e. 1%., &. OA,
in. 6d.. lis., 22h., and 33s. each box.
A.BUF
Kcinaln  lrregular-
Scrofu'aorKine ■
Astlnna
hle*
Evil
Billious Coniplaintf
Fever of all kindi-
Soro Throats
Fits
cHono and Grave
Blotches   oil   the
Boat
Secondary Sjmp-
skin
dead Ache
t<> in 8
Bowul complaints
Indigestion
Tic-Doloroux
Pollen
Inflammation
Tn in or*
uonstfpstton of the
Jaundice
Ulceri
Bow H*
l.iwr * nin.-i.itiits
Venereal    -ad'en-
Cmisunution
Linribago
tiofas
Delii jiv
I'ilHg
Wurma    0 f   a
Hrop«v
Uln'ii'iiatism
kinda
Dyai'lilrv
lloLi'Dlion of Urine
WoaknesH     from
Ki)aipidas
wliatuver chuab
%*   There is  a
considerable   savii
g by taking tho
■ i\:i-r sizes.
nirectifiun for tb
guidrnce of patie
ns in everj dluor
dor am altlxcd to ei
cb box.
Pbintbd and PoblltUed by McCluhb &Co..*'
the office, Langley Street.
aiem

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