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New Advertisements.
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VOL. I.
VICTORIA,   VAJVCIUJVER   ISLAND,   WEDNESDAY   EVENING,   JULY   25    IcM
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M'b iff M. near latcf.
THE
"EVENING TELEGRAPH,"
P.Bl.WIED
Everv   Evening at  4   O'Clock,
(Saturday and Sunday evenings excepted.)
ii.no ivinr
SUNDAY    MORNING!
TKlllW OK  SUIIKCHIPTIOH I
i.rAnnuzr, in advance, by mall, $10 00
lor siz months    0 Of.
per IV «k, payable to Carrier,        __
Mnf le l~i les        10
For terms of Advertisement apply at the
Office. Lan'.ey Street
Wit und Humor.
Municipal
By-taw  to Regulate   the Sanitary Condition of tne City.
BY-LAW.
We, the Mnyr end Councillors in Council
convened, by virtue of the power find authority
tested in us by An Act to Incorporate the
City of Victoria, pissed the second day of
August, __.D. 1862, in the Tw nty-sixll. yenr
of the. re gn of Iler Most Gracious Majesty
Quien Victorift, intituled, " The Victoria Incorporation Act, 18«_," hereby enact as follows :—
1. No peison or persons occupying sny Mcs-
"i»,,e,-8_«rp, Building or other Erection, or
any _,,i_(l p_ o her Premises within the city,
°f if there shall be no Tjccupier thereof, no
owner or owners of ony Messuage, Shop,
Boildinn enwther Erection, or any Land or
other Premises within tbe Oity, .h»ll bave or
PMmll or ___>_ to be in. or on his, her or their
Miiuage, ijhop, Bpifding or Erection, or any
Land or other'Premise, as aforeiaid, any
**..<•_, gntter, drain, privy or a. b-pit emitting
'Timothy Minriiire,' said Patrick, 'now
je ttty tliat coat beloogl tj yereelf in-
lirely ; I sny it is me own. Now, mind
ve, Timothy, 1 lie both iv ns will take lire
lost nn' look it all over ; the man thut
funis his nume on it slital 1 be the owner.
Will ve stick to llmt b;iri;iiin ?' risked '
Patrick. 'To be sure,' suid .'inwthy, to i
whom tli* cunt wns given, nnd who v.iinly !
ti-urched every putt fur his nutin*, ami
then passed it over lo Patrick, bousiinglv
laying: ' And now let us see if you c hi
_o h'lidiii' the hke< iv ver own niinie upon
the garment.' 'Do j_ n^nc to that?'
tu tl Patrick, en^eiIy gre.ping ilto coat.
'Upon tha honor iv a mini,' WM Tim's.
reply. ' Then bowld on n hit,' Raid Patrick, a; he drew bis knife nttl opened a
cnriier in ihe collar, and tukitif; therefrom
two very piiiiiII pens, he exilmmod, its lie
held them out in his band : ' There, d'ye
see that?' 'Yes; but what is Hint?'
S'tid Timothy. ' A mighty riiil.! it h ih tn
Jn wid it ; it is me mime to bu sure —
fen fur Patrick, nnd pea. for low.is be
jibcis I'    to Patrick got the eoat.
J_.il ie, when about seven summers hud
pnssi'd over her curly liewl, was one day
_litt_rv.il to be ii:iii-nally fpiiel nnd ttiei-
lam, with a line of cure across her fore-
liend edify hi _ to heboid.    Her mother at
st noticed it, nnd inquired tbe cause.
' Because I'm  pforrltd,' pettishly map*
■d out the words, end legging  away at
ir sewing (on some doll's garment) with
llie air of an ill-.ii-.il mar yr.
Upon being Interrogated M to the
quality of her ' trials,' .she burst out with,
' Mamma, I've been lo'ikiug over all
mj dresses, and I haven't got one fit lo
U married in  iii.le-s if* my white musliu;
but' (disdainfully) ' that won't be decent
to weur by the tune I'm grown up '
Prosy old gentlemen think tbat .lames
Walt was a greater genius than tiliuk
f/iesre, and that the only motive which
siwuld move soc cry is the locomotive.
It was one of these who once said of
Milton's ' Paradi'e __•>■•-.' that it ' was a
very good book, hut it did not prove anything.' PraOlicol men nre useful, hut
tliey are shockingly utilitiirmn ; and, like
a tailor, see much more beauty iu a lot of
'cabbage' than inull the rosebushes that
ever grew.
The same precocious genius, when a
little younger, persistently importuned hct
father one day lo buy her an axe. At
length her application commanded atle.i-
tion. On being asked to give a reason
fur desiring that particularly undesirable
plaything, she announced that she wauled
an axe so that when she was a widow she
eould chop her own wood 1
When Charles Lamb visi'.ed the Litchfield cathedral, his guide told him that
three men once dined upon tho top of the
«ic»pl.. 'They must have been very
sharp set,' said Lamb.
A    Difficult   Question.—Are   the
ruinates relating to an affair of honor al
ways drawn up by the seconds ?
noxious or offen ive effluvium <r smell, or
constructed so as to be « nuisance to or i.ju-
ri us to the health of any person ur p. rsons,
or any swine kept so as to be a nuisanci* or
offensire by reason of the stench tloreof. or
any dung, manure, refuse, offal, iisbes, filth,
or other mxtter or thing emitting noxious
or offensive effluvium or smell, or any animal,
vegetable or tninerttl matter or thin*, alone or
together with other mnttTS or tilings in a
slate of fermentation, putrefaction, decomposition or decay, or emitting noxious or offensive effluvium or smell, or permit or suffer
any Messuage, Dwelling House, Shop, Erection or Buildi g whatsoever within the said
City to be in i filthy state or infected wilh any
kind of vermin or dirt or emitting noxious or
offensive effluvium or smell ; Provided, bow-
ever, that no per or. or persons shall be li«Lie
to any penalty for the infraction of this Bylaw uutil be, she or tbey shall have received
notice from the Mayor and Council in mnnncr
hereinafter mentioned, fti.d until be, rbe or
they shall have negket-d by the space or time
the*ein mentioned to abate or remove tbe offensive matter or llung noticed in such noiice
and therein comp'aincd of, or lo do the act,
matter or thin_ required of bim, her or thein
by .u li notice within tbe space of time limited
by such notice.
And whereas it is expedient for the good
government of Ibe City that ft Sanitary Commission be appointed, atid to enable such Commission lo inspect, order the removal and report a 1 nuisances within the said City o
Victoria;
Therefore be it enacted by the Mayor nnd
Com cillors of t c City of Victoria, wilb the
consent of His Excellency tbe Governor on
Iler Majest)'s behalf:
II. From and after tbe pas-age of tbis Bylaw the Mayor and City Coanci lors nifty from
time to time noininnlc tnree members of the
C ty Council to act as a Sanitary Commission
for the purpose of inspecting, ordering tbe
removal and rcpor ing all nuisances and other
mntiers, the continuance nf which may be
deleterious to the public health.
III. The Commission shall perform their
services gratuitously
IV. The Commission shall bare power to I
eat r any Messuage, Dwelling House, Shop, |
Building or other Krection or Land or other
premises wi'hin the City, and whether or not
the same be occupied or the curtilage of any
of the same, and Inspect the condition of the
same between the h uis of eight In the morning anil eight in the evening.
V. No person or persons sh ill permit, after
due notice in th it bell ilf given, any aeiinal
or vegetable matter in a d composed or
pntrlfylng condition to rem .in oa i he premises
occupied or owned bv It m or tbem.
VI. The Commission on behalf ofthc Mayor
and Council m iy notify any person or persons I
on   or   occupying   any   messuage,  dwelling I
bouse,  shop, building, or other erection, or
'be curtilage of any of 'he lame or oilier land j
or premises within tin* city, or if tlie stun'   be !
unoccupied, then  the owner of any such mes-
mage, dweltina bouse, shop, bu.ding or other j
erection, or the cartilage of sny of tli. same or j
other land  or  premises  within   the city  on ;
which any matter or thing may be done, per- t
milted, or  suffered, Contrary to Ihe intention
of this  by-law  (according  to  the   form  of
8' licdulo a annexed)  to remove such n usance as bntore mentioned, or to (vise up,  purify,  c .ver.   or   cle use any   well,  cesspool,
drain, privy, ditch, or gutter, or otherwise to
abate or remove the matter or thing noticed In
such notice as in   their Judgment  shall seem
meet   by  giving no i.-c   in   vvritiug, ( s  per
schedule afo-csaid) signed by two or more of!
ihe Commission on   behalf of the Mayor and !
Council, specifying the act to he done and the
time in which the same is required to.be doue.
such notice may be given to the occupier or
owner   of  such  messuage,  dwelling house,
shop, building, or other erection, or  the cur-
tihige of any of the  same or of the land or
premis s in the city, or  by leaving the same
at  bis,   her,   or  their  last  known   p ace of
abode, or by fixing the same or a copy thereof
on some conspicuous part of ibe premise!,
VII. In the event of any Messuage, .hop,
B,Hiding or other erection, or any Und or other premises within the City being unoccupied
and tbe owner or owners thereof neglecting or
refusing to abate or remove any matter, or
thing done, permitted or suffered, contrary to
tbe requirements of this liye-Law, either absolutely or in tbe terms of any sucb noiice as
aforesaid, duly served as aforesaid, wilbin the
time in that behalf epeci'ied. it shall be lawful
for two or more of the Commission, ou behalf
of the Mayor »nd Council, or th. ir serva-its or
agents in that behalf, to do the act or acts,
matters or things, lequired to bedone or performed by sucb netce at tbe costs and charges
of the owner or owners of su. h .Messuage,
.-hop, Buildingorolbererection or any land or
other premises, the laid costs and charges
to he recoverable by action ns work and labor
done and money paid by them for the use of
such owner orowners as if done at bis, her or
their actual request, or in luch other form as is
proper in law.
SCHEDULE A.
To the Owner
NOTICE is hereby given that you are required within days from the date hereof to                          , and in default of so doing
you will be proceeded  ngninit under the provisions  of Ihe Municipil Byesl.aw to regulate
thesanitarv condition nf the City, 18)16
LUIII-EY FttANKLIN,
Mayor of tbe City of Victoria.
Thii tenth day of July, 1806.
William Leigh,   Town Clerk.       jy 19-7t
WILLIAM   LYONS,
— iHD—
Commission     Agent,
On tbe Corner of
Wharf and Johnson Streets*
j»3-lm
New Advertisements.
The "Grotto,"
OPPOSITE THE TELEGRAPH OFFICE.
For a glass of choice liquor go to the
"Grotto,"
There " none but thi best '' yon  will
find ia the motto.
Mint Julep., Sherry Cobbler.—everything
cooling ;
Come ye that do thirst, you will End itl
no fooling.
*fr»
THI!
EVENING TELEGRAPH
SAN FRANCISCO CIGAR STORE.
mr If you Want the Finest -©»
HAVANA  CIGAR
ON  TUE   PACIFIC   COAST,
CALL oa
Augustus   P.   Keyser,
Government   street,  arijoining   the   San
Francisco limb..
A  FIHE   HEW  STOCK   JUST BECE1VED.
 W 2
T_t_C___ IPIOISTE-EIR,
ICE CREAM,
—FROM THE-
PACIFIC TELFG1APH H01YL,
IS AGAIN IX THE FIELD.
rjTBB pnorniKTOtt 13 prepared to
JL    supply, as alual, his customers, parti.s,
belli, cle., nt moderate rates.
PACIFIC TF.I.F.GRAPII HOTEL,
JyS Stoiertrcet
IlAVANAClGAliS,
LEWIS' &  ANTHONY,
TOBACCONISTS.
47 Tates St., Brick Store
Next lo Co.ner of Government St.,
BEG TO INFORM THEIR FRIE.VD3 AND
t 'C pnblic in general   ilea th.-y   vviil con
stunt Iy receive   by every  steamer a gaud   as-
lortmtntot Genuine Havana* igars
find tbe Itest Itl'.lu.li ol lobictv,
importid direct lor tli is market. «u tbat they
are able lo .orntwte with Hnyhmseon tbis
bland, either Wholesale or R**tnil.
N.  B—Sp.einl   att.nt on will  be paid  to
Country orders.
IIEIMAN  LEWIN.     |     LOUIS ANTHONY.
Jya
EXPRESS LINE STAGES.
'plIE COACHES OF TINS LINE W . I,
JL now run regularly, leaving Vale, U. I
on
Itlonda.Ms
Wednesday*,
And rriiiajs,
AT 7, A. II.,
roll    SAVANA'S    FERRY
(Ilig Bend Route), until the completion ol tbe
road, when they will go to Havana's Kerry.
Tho Coach for Cariboo will leave Yaie on
Monday.
jy 2 F. J. BARN MID.
J. P. OAVIES & GO.,
AUCTIONKr-ns *   COMMISSION   MMlt
CHANT.**.     Milrsmom,     Fireproof    Stone
Dulldlng, Wharf Street, near Yates.
Cash    Advances    on    Merchandise   for
Stic. H__* jy 2
JUST  RECEIVED
IVautleal Almanacs for isr.fi,
Dletrlcbsen It Danny's Royal do., do.,
Late Admiralty Ceast marts,
Whatman's Drawing Paper,
Endless and Jimmied Drawinir do.,
Peanj's metallic fl.-marandnms,
mathematical Instruments,
Copying Prcs es
Brls
Blotting Paper,
Perforated Beard
Tissue and Wrapping Papers,
Writing Desks andjl'olies,
Artist's flatc-lals,
Photographic Albums
General stationery, Staple and Fancy.
GENERAL
Job   Printing
ESTABLISHMENT
Langley Street, Victoria,
The  Printing   Office
MioC-llaneoi-S.
hi
HI'JBEJ k .IB-WFtr..
EVENING
TELEGRAPH
Office it replete With every appliance
and Variety of Material for tbe
Execution of
LETTER PRESS  PRINTING!
In all ils branches, whether
Plain or Ornamental
CHARLES    BERNARD,
Manufacturer and Dealer in
FAMILY CHARTRES COFFEE.
And Spleen or all kind*,
No. 707, Sansome street, corner Gold,
Between Jac_>o_ nnd Pacific.
First Premium awarded by the Mechanics' Institute, for the best Cvfei and Sptcts.
The proprietor hKTlne Introdnced Steam
Powrfln bis Manufactory, h» now increased
facilities to supply ihe Irnrle and the pub!ic in
general. All articles from his Establishment
are pnaranteed to be pu e and unadulterated.
The public are re.pectlull. invited to call and
convince themselves Country orders promptly
attended to. jy i
(SEWIITG MACHINES,\
JSwtu.—Th. Si,,,., Mi*- tun. .. tU si I, >M. m __s
will MW .11 k ,.J. _T___i _HI nil ..__■ ori_N__
jte_r T>. ooo-©j
MACHINES  SOLD  IX TWO  YEARS
Tbe almost incredible increase in the sale of
theSinper Machine during the past two years
in owinir to the popularity of the LETTER A
TBANSVBRM -SHUTTLE Family Machine,
which was introduced in 1SC0. since which
time it has earned and established a reputa.
tion for t'.tmily uses equal lo th" celebrated
manuat'tiirinn ma.hims ol this Firm, which
are gen.*r.i|!. a"kn<iw!e.l,_ed, even hy dealers
in nt. er  drwlug   Ma-bine", lo be unequalled
j for such purposes.
SkaT NO OTHER Family Sewinir Midline
j has s-tu'h pi'rf.ft aii'l intprnvi-d appliances for
Hiiffliiiit. Hi*miuli,_, HindiiiF, Felling,Tacking,
timbering, Uu.^i'g, Urni.ii .       or    ng, ti   It*
I ing, etc,
j     fey" All    pers-onf     requiring    nlonnatton
I about our Sewin_ Machine-.tt.cir • izep, Prices,
Working Capacities, »'nd the best m*-thod of
purchasing, can ubiaiu it by sending for a copy
of tbe
MNGER    MA.V-FACTnrJXG    COMPACT 3
I_--STIIAT_D   CAMPHLST,
Which is entirely devoted   to ihe  subject    It
will be sent gT&lli, with specimens of work.
Local Agenlt wanted in every Town.
W1.L1AM RROPRICK
General Agemtor (he _iog*r Manfg Co.
Jy*
rltE OFFICE UMS at seeding
sue.L speedy Execution of orders ns is
consistent wilh correct and elegant Work**
munsbip.
Orders received for Printing
Books,
Business Cards,
Pamphlett
Invoices,
Catalogues
Bill Reads,
Sermons,
Trade Forms,
Reports
Circulars, (Plain   or
Rentals,
Coloured,)
Leases,
Hand   Bills. (Plain or
Law Forms
of
erery
Coloured,)
descripti
ra,
For Prices,   apply   at tho  Office,
langley street,
_RElsd:O^Vr-A.I__
TF. SWANWICK & CO. HAVE RE
• moved to Wharf street, opposite the
Auction Rooms of J. P. Davie? & Co., wlieie
they will conduct n Geueral Commission
business, in connection witb the
Shipping Office, as   heretofore.
ISLAND AND OTHER PRODOC;
Will be regularly received, and
O 1ST      SALE1
At their itere.
jy"
General News Agent
J. Stratman.
EMPIRE NEWS DEPOT
Cor. Washington Su Sansome sif*
Han FrancltdO-i
THE ADV HTISER ia prepnred to supply
with punctuality ""d celBrltj tLe nnnrxt d
newspApcra and periodiculs upon the follow.rg
terms At! orders, to r< ctdv-Q imra* drnte nttei.-
tion, roust be nccomjn«nied hy ch?1i remittftnee,
and handed in previous to the 4iht 14th, and
24th of each month.
London D^ily Tim"« J14 0^
Tht  Ptftd  J i 00
"       llliiMtTK-.l T'rnpti   7 00
'»       WhHr'Tiiin'ti        7 00
"        Bell r Lit" ii>l."Tl<l(in It 00
'       Week.*  r>i«l'Aicl< 1, 00
M        lit. N*W«nf t   e  Wuilrl   U 00
•'      l*ublic OjMnion  7 63
*       Index  (Kr>e 1 r* d.-) 1. .)0
**       lit.   Hpoitjnj KtfWd   8 00
"      Sperut-T  1. oo
"        RflFW    .10.)
"       SttlupdlHV Ktvi-w  . 14 00
Dobl'" HttXtO...,,, ,,   . u'iio
Loti'lo i l.li--l.Mrit NtW» 14 IM)
Atlitt'j Slonllil. 3 0«)
Btftdnftortd'a MltititDr 3 oo
Hi-rp ■'« Mt-Kiiiiin-; 300
Blxiitnii. M»_;iziiif ,   3 on
KntckcritorkiT s,
1'acific V int' Iy •••■ 30u
(ioi1c.vM-.idii** am.-t 3 00
Mvifoal U»n 3 00
CouiiiieiiUI Majrazinu   3 ifl
Mftdtim Iifninruft'H    Oftthh ;i 00
F. Lnllt'i1 new Kamilt U»fiMiiiif  3 00
Chmpbi*rB' Kilinbtirjrh   ournal 4 00
MoDlb.jr   pKptn. i»nt*»   Week 5 00
*' "        AllllnVear liound 5 00
Thickeray's ComhiN »a^ntinr ti OC
London Lancet (j ou
G. A   Sala's Temple Bar g 00
London -.ociety  Magazine , g OO
St. James Macntiin* roo
Edinburgh Ri-view _oo<)
l/ondon   Hrview 10 00
Not tb Brllii>lii;eview 10 00
/f»l-iLni-ii-ter Fe m>w ;oo0
I un-lnn An   J- uilial 12 00
Miiiiiiir A  aTP-*iimif va_ 10 00
Cheap and Easy Washing.
TEJE   EXPEDITION,    EASE,   A.VD ECONOMY   with   which tbe '• FamiJjr Wash :
may be accomplished, by using
HARPER    TWELVETREKS'
«LTOSaXISS SOAP FQWPKtt,
Is truly surprising ! Scarcely «ny rubbing
required, und a little chiiu may use? it.
Sold by all Storekeepers in Penny Packet*,
and wholesale bv Harper TVelvetrees* Brcin-
ley-by-Bow, London. Wholesale Ajjeurt tor
Vancouver Island,
& JA.NI'JS,GBESS, & RBODSS.
,7*
:^   I
I New Advertisements.
4
Facta  and   Scrap*.
MlHTiBT  RlSOURCES    OF    AuSTRIi.—
The Vienna Ost Deutsclte Post .ays :
Austria bas at the present moment
800,000 men under arms. This is no
idle boast Tbe present complement of
the armv exceed, that of its previous war
footing by 140,000 men. But this is not
tbe criterion which best shows the military
BtreiiRth of Austria. What astonishes
everybody  is tlie rapidity, precision and
8iLi or IlEiL E-TAir.—J I*. Darin k Co.
•old to-drty a lot ou Ynlc. street, adjoining
Buckley's hotel, lor S2 i0 ; a lot near (.ov.rn
inent iquar**, James Hay, for $175 ; anl i lot
at the foot of Cumtan.e ttr rt, near Dicklon,
Campbell k Co.'s warehouse, f..r $210.
No DciriTCHts.—The East rn line is still
down, and this morning tht* lino went down
between Portland a d San Franclico, io that
we are without our usual telegraphic nrwi
thii evening.
From PoaTLiXD.—The fte.mtr Fi-Witfrar-
rit-d from Portland tlnsaficrnoo i nt 3 o'clock.
Her list ol' passeugers. consignees, and fi eight,
will he found in another ci.lumn.
R_t_rs_d — Mrs. Carswell and Mr. Farilon,
old residents of Victoria, relumed to day byv
the Fideliter.
For  Portland Direct.
IHE FISH SCI VW STEAMER
"PIDELITEB,"
CAPT. M. C. ERSKISE,
WM  «»il f'nm   Hmdrick'i  Wharf, for the
_>•_•• port. ..a MATURDAV NOItXlNQ, at 8
o'clock, carriing frrl.hl anl   na-fetiR-Ti.
For pat titulars »pi Iy on b"«r I, or to
J. P. COUCH. \gtn<,
j-2S \\ harf street
BE1TI.H    PER.0DICALS
.N.w Aiivt.Ttistlitems.
NOTICE,
New Advertist-ineiilt*.
Dissolution   of  Fartn.rshif,
THE PAUTXEnsHlP HERETOFORE EX-
iitius between James Or.ilianislan* un>\
Thomns II. Morris, Con rittora nnd Bull-tor*.,
h»iB been dissolved by mntunl t-onsi'in, Mr.
Morris linvinp retired .mm the business, which
■will be curried on by Mr. Gnbiinisbiiv,
All persona indolitcd t> tlie linn nre re
quoted to pfty tl-Otfime to Jnmi's (JruliarnFlun ,
aud claims ..gainst tbe It m must b ■ presented
within fourteen d»y8 Irom this date.
Victoria, V. I., July _-6.li, 18'JU.        jy25
The Lond.n Q:arter)y Eev'ew (Sonisr-
va'ivO*
The rdinbugh Review (Whig)
Tho WestminsterRevi w (jUtdiflll.
The Korth British Review (Free Church)
— AND—
Blackwcol's Edinburgh Magazre (Tory)
Tlie o .r rt'v.fvr*. re--i|i'li«he4 W M«i«r«. ' mrr St
Co , if< ppi ral y >fi ""I- * H ti* t e ffmit R ftt*nt
■«n.i HI" V*•*-'(. h-M lft-1 J » 1" ll-Wrtl b» ihf Mir.p
r m k. Wh ■ »*■. ti* tai ti wi'h r od u t pa lUitlmi* o'
(aN r't-t, w*i ii-viT mat ne Iim ■ •• r» r*l i.fmn ii'*it,
it il r-.io he ;.:to."*ili.*- I rtuii'l tin- limn in winch be
rjifru—*ii-t_ in »■'.•*• ii _?.»■• a p* to* mat "w nvt wry
'urie'ini. Tli '.' in >y l>e *rni) nnd ilud;*/il wmIi b'-
rM'l " • l>y ..<« |>i'H»le of iUl_i co.tt._r/, o tv.ry creed
-slid |»irt.,.*
Ur- HMCKWOon li   Of ana! If attractive »t this
1 tiui- tn /*ti''ii'*"s, noi  onlyf-r  it -• sen larti   eil.y
! tiu:uith'd m rit-tl ur   n -Il   II   'm,r f<*r   h<-  *•■>•  mil • I
'»'*»  lai"   civil   w r  noil-  t-rifg   wit ten  Iy  C I.   *'on
I)   lk>,  ■fl.'  rn tit.tl1ir.t-,   rill''.,   '-rtulf   U> Geu.  J. E. 11.
luart, of tlit Co.iii i du'. an..v.
Sunday    School    Pic-Nic
or mi
First Presbyterian Church, V. I-
THE SUNDAY SCHOOL SCHOLARS ARE
request*- to meet ..t the t.'liiinli oi
FRIDAY, at 11 o'clock sh.up, whence they
will march to Anderson's Glove, adjoining
Jay k I o'fl Nursery G-trdens. jy 25-21
PRIVATE^BOARD.
Board  with Comfortably
Furnished Bed-room,
Six Dollars per Week.
y_a_t:es st.3
Next Door to the  Anglo*
American.       jy-'5
Chains and Anchors.
TWENTY  TONS CHAIN
Short I_irj'.;ed and proved from J to J
AND
ANCHORS,
From 20 to 800 pounds.
ti**
For Sale by
PETER M'QITADE,
Wharf streit, Victoria.
For   New We3tr__i aster   Direct.
THE   STEAS^ER
_J__________Jy__>______
ALE IX AUNT ID FLA..
CAPT. J. SWAS'SON,
Will sail for New Westminster Direct on
Thursday,  at  10   A. M.
__ Jy-3
TO   LET.
THE BRICK STORK, CORNER OF FORT
and Wharf stieet, TO LEI'.
Inquire of      THOMAS GOLDEN,
h 2'1 Fort street.
YESTERD-.Y   ON   GOVERNMENT   ST
A SMALL CROSS,  i.|i|*nre tly from ii
lady's necklace      'Ihe owner inny ro over it
by paying for thisadve.tisement nnd upplying
to _    A. F. KEYSEll,     '
jy 23 San Francisco Cigar Store.
TERMS   FOR   18.8.
P<t any onr- of Itie Itevlpus tl per snnum
f rani t,v<* <.r,ho II views  7     "
For sny llir* i1 of lite I I'lit'irs 10 "
Co all f.*ur of Hie It.view.- 12 '•
Fm lllack.ro .1 . Ml "in-  4 "
F*-r II ack.i'O'i.1 and ■ ui KffTl w  7 "
For U.t kwol in.tl ai.j ta-o „|' tl,e lit*.
rliwi 10 "
for ' Lckwo *i sail line, o' tha K.-vi.n- .13 "
For ULckMoi.- *B. .lit- four leiii-ws 15 "
CLUBS.
A rilirnunt nf ttvent'j percent. wi'I i-e a'l^wed In clubs
of f"Ur or nvirv perro'is This, fiiir c piei Of
lti.i' kwrori. or ofniirt e\H"V «iU l»- t<rnt tn one ad-
dretl "T *l- f0 Knnrc pi"'i of the fuur iif.itiw__.ml
UiAukwood, I'i S'.i. ituU no ou.
POSTAGE.
When lent by trr.il. tbe ro-ii-Uil »n to? part nf the
Unit il   t I''* Wl 1 he   ut i wilt  • otl( r»-nt- n.   year i'nr
'•   i...i Kmiiiii1' iii.ii lint light ceoti a jtar fur each of
the li«.. i.nvi.
Re *ucetl Prices for previoiw years-
fl ibM-rlbTa m.iy obi-in 'he I.cp.lnt«. tDiineai&tely
i n.' '"1 i>s' Jft">. ut 'oil <v#, viz. :
Blackwood from Sphn. t. IS 4 to December, iiCH
iiiciiisi- f, nt tlif ran- nf'$2 00 a vrar
The Xorih Itritish frnm Jinmry. 18(13. to rierrnihe'
l-M. Inrlti'lrm tha Edinburgh -od lUB WtitnximLvfnm
p ft 1464, t1* Ucfcui c . if-'i . inelu ivn. %ti& tin
Lnndmi Quarterly 'or llio yeiir l& &, ut tin rttO of $1 ill
a yi'nr l«f MOh nr nny    «\t w.
*t& A   few r..pH'ii yer r m In nf all Uiefour Review
fUI' jt.L3 .it $1 KiettOl tl LO fur al'V uut.
I I OVlKl)   SCOTT   &   CO.,
rubUheri, 38   Walker Street, N.  Y-
L. S. h Co., olio pub.ifh tbe
FA.TtlsA.FTi'B GrXJIXDE
By RtS< Y Nmtn, nf EdinSurjh. nnd the la.e J.  P
.\umtu.v, ..|  yi.    nUee*'     2 v..|i.   Boyai Ojlavu,   1C00
pipe'*, rih! Duinetou. Bog-i»vin.i-
P ice $7 for the twu nlume —by Mail, post  p*'<1,
t» 00- . J.-.3
The "Grotto,"
OPPOSITE THE TELEGRAPH OFFICE.
For n plass of rhoioo liquor go  to the
" Urotto,"
There " sone but ms bbst '' yon   will
Ond is tliu motto.
.Mint Julep*, Slicny Cobblers—everything
cooling ;
Come Jfa Unit do thirst, you will Grid ils
no fooling.
SANFRWiCI-COCIGlBME.
«®* If you Want the Finest
HAVANA   CIGAR
ON   THE  PACIFIC   COAST,
c___ ox
Augustu3  F.   Keyser,
Government  street,  adjoining   the  Sun
Francisco Ituihs.
A  FINE  HEW STOCK  JUST EECEIVED
  j.v 2
Sea Baths!  Sea Baths!
25 cents.        25 cents,
THE UNDEI.SIGXED   DCS LEAVE TO
: inf.irm tbe pub.i. that be has ..tablishcd
a first-dass
Salt-Water    Bath.Housb,
Moored just above Douglas Foundrj.
Tf. B.—Bath- rs taken to the Bntli-ttnu.se Tree
of charge, by boats from tbo loot of Johnson
•t-Mt
faf Between the hoi^rs of 1 and 4 p m. th
Bath-house-will be open lor lajie. only.
jy 18 JOH.%   BEIO.
HAVAKACIGAUa
LEV7IN &  ANTH0KY,
TOBACCONIST3.
47 Yates St., Brick Store
Next to Co ner of Government St.,
IIEG TO INFORM THEIR FRIENDS AND
I J t ppnMicini.ri.eiHl 'h.itiliiy niil con
st..ntl. receive hv every et.-amrr * Bo**d ns
'cirtmenioiCi-niilHe :iviimi i i^ais
md the IIM UramS „f |„b,cIO)
importid direct for this market, ao u,hi h,,-,-
.ire.il.le to onuieie will, nny hriise'on this
Island. e,th. r Wholesnlp or U-i«tl.
N.   B —Special   llUr„t on  will  be p .id  to
C.iinlrv ord-r-i
UEIMAN LEWIN.    |    LOUIS ANTHONY
MARTIN    BROS.,
IMPORTERS  OF
Groceries and Provisions,
PJHEPUOOF BUILDING,
LATELY OCCUPIED BV L'HOTELIER k Co,
■W TI AB F1       S TREET.
ti*
NOTICE
—or—
CO-PARTNE..SH.P.
BITNSTER
HAS THIS DAT
ENTE5BD INTO
Partnership
WITH ALL LOVKI'.S OF
GOOD   ALE!
jy 17-lm
J.  NAGLE,
[hipping Mr stcr and Commi.sion
Agent-
M
i B.EW1 SUPPLIED AT THE SHORTEST
\J Notice—Goods entered nnd cleared nt
the Custom House; Manifests, Charter Parties,
nnd Hi Is of .-sale mudc out. Vessels bought
or sold.
JOgy Several small Vessels for sale or
charter.
Omen—Bastion street, near the Police
Barra ks. jyl7
For San Francisco Direct
THE NEW AND FAST SAILING SCHOON-
er
To sail on or about the fir. t nf August.
For Froight or Passage, apply to
E. B. MARVIN,
jy 13 Wimrf s'reet.
3STOTIOJB.
IT HAVING BEEN CIRCULATED IN THE
Town that 1, the undersigned, have made
a Died or Assignment tor the benefit of my
Creditors, I beg most positively to assure my
friends and the public that BUi-b is not Ihe
case, or is it likely lo he so, nnd I am still
prepared to execute all commission-., collect
renis, debts, ke., with my u.-ual promptness
and despatch.
PARIS CARTER,
Rent and Debt Colloctor, General Agent, 4c,
No. 1 Fort St., Victoria V. I..
jy20* Opposite " The Hall."
Jesse Cowper,
,   Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
BOUTS AND SHOES,
LEATHER,
—AND—
SHOE    FINDINGS,
"STATES    STREET.
OPPOSITE WKLLS, l-'AI-GO AC...
At the fihl Ktnnil of W. Iroter k Co., i <
prepnretl lo Kttpp'jt the wuuis ol tin
ptili iu in hia line.
The Latest Btvles
Rpci ivnl i.y every urrivul from Eiiirlm
utiil Sun .'run. irn-o, jt V
RED LION HOTEL,
OOVIiPtNMKNT  oTUI-iil'.
'THE   AR0VE-NAMED    HOTEL   HAVING
L  been i.pe.ird b.
JOE      B_0_B__\T,
He will be  Inppy io meet his   Iriends  on all
occa.ioa.-, aj   wi 1 furnish them with
the best of
Wine?3 liquors, Ale, Porter, t&c*.
and Cigars*
BOARD AND LODGING PER DAT $1.
Bflgntelli> and Ski't'es.
Call nnd Fee the estaolishraent.     JOE pre.
sides und keepi order. jy 10
Sparborg & Eueff,
COMMISSION   MERCHANTS,
Importers ond Wholesale Dealers in
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS,
Hoots .Mid Shoes,
Wb&rf IWH; Vict oris, V. 1. fr %
REMOVAL!
The Business of
THOMAS WILSON k GO.
R<a-commencc-l    on
MONDAY,    JUNE    19th
In tluir New and Cotnuiodious Store in
MASONIC     HALL,
GOVERNMENT     STREET,
(Opposite tbe Bunk of B.itiish Columbia,)
WITH   TIIi-JR   USUAL
WELL-ASSORT FD    ST€CKr
INCLUDING
Goods received by last steamer, and compri^in ; Silks, Shawls, Printed
Cambrics ami Drew Mat,, rials of every description;   l_ong
Cloths, _>l.ei tinys and Quilis;   Velvets, Tweeds,
Luce Cunains.Damasks, Ifeps,Chintzes,
Cents', Ladies'and Children's
Hosiery and Gloves;
1 rimmings, _.e. jy 3
BEE HIVE I0TEI
FORT    STREET,
VICTORIA,    "V".   I.
*
EDWARD   IL   T;HPiAS,
Proprietor.
"ALWAYS
jy 2
ON    HAND."
LONDON    HOUSE,
May 30.7., 18CG.
Onr Importations for tbo present senson aro now
complete by arrivals per EXPRESS tbis morning,
nnd tbo extensive shipments now landing from tho
EASTERN CHIEF
Onr DRESS, MANTLE. SILK, SHAWL. MILLINERY, LA'B. HOSIERY, DRAPERY, FANCY
and UPHOLSTERY departments are now voplele
with tlio nttwost and choicest goods. Either Wholesale or Rotail customers will find this the best stock,
wo havo yot offered.
VICTORIA, V. I.,
jy 2
LONDON FIRM,
J. P. Tunstall Co.
J. H. Turner & Co.
For Sale Ex Camden,
HosteUer, Docker, anil Angostura Bittern,
Oregon Cider In dIm. and cue.,
I lar.t In ca.ks, half'taiks and cases,
Saaterne and fallfornla H iiiie IVlnc,
French Alcohol 90 O.P.,
Cn;. tllqtiut, llumm and Collin Ttr Champagne,
And In More a fine asiorlm nt      ltr.ir.dy
and Liquors mliiibiefoi   I   Trade.
.KaT Depot of Havana Cigars.
h*
EUGENE THOMAS,
Tim (treat.
THEATRE
Photographic Gallery
(UP STAIRS).
[ HIS GALLERY, LONG AND FAVOIU
I ably known t. Victorians nod stranger.,
lias facilities in tho wnj ol light, materi*li,.
ke., an.! the experience of tho i*roprietor enables him to furnish Cartes de Visite, Ambro-
types, and photographic work or superior
inish uneqnalled by any other house in town,
and at _s low pricks as other ista-Usb-
mknts chitrg'i for common and inferior
picures—in fact at prices to suit the times.
Cartes de Visite. • • $5 per Doz-
Out door work attended to at short notice,
and oo the most reasouable terms.
GEORGE   ROBINSON.
Jy« Proprie* gbcning    (b-clcgrapj).
WEDSESHAV    EVENING, JCLY   ::,  I860
COMMERCIAL.
i.CTIOI   I1LG   TO-flORROW.
J. P. DAYIE3 4 Co. wi 1 sell, -.t 11 a.m..
.■ tht pr.nrsn, Fort stret-t, known as Wilcox's Hotel, the Stock-in-Tiade, B«r Fixtures.
Counter, lar_eMirr,r, lllassware, Futures,
Clocks, etc., .md i*o II gatel'e Tables ; also,
modern   llousehold   Furniture  aud   Kitchen
Furniture.
.»- —
.11-1111.1 \MIA.
Stmr FIDELITER left Portland Ju'y 231 a'
5 p.in.; arrived at Astoria July .4th, at 9 am ;
left at 1 ■ « iu , aud crossed Columbia lliver
Ha- at 12 noon had Ufht N. W. wi .ds aud
de weather ; at 2 p ra  arrived at Victo ia.
I" A--_.N_I_.1I  ,.
P*r stmr FIDELITER, fr*.m Portland—Mr
0 R Pardon, Mrs J Q_j.er._ll, Mr Hib'.ard, C
HCaUghmati, Mr- II Dicker C Walter.
I.1IPU_-T_.
Per stmr FIDELITER from Por land—P
0 D, 230 pus j L *i, 0 p_s ; J W W, 12 p.« ;
H M 0, 5 p_s ; Li Co, 3'J pK< ; J M k Co, 39
ft-; W L, 30 pgs ; Lan_lcy k Co, 10 pir-i; P
-Icljuaile, 5 pps : J T. 3". infS ; Sill. IU p ra I
bo mark, 47 p^s; Sir J D.iu.las, 1 pg ; Wilson k Murray, 1 p/ ; Wils *n k "urray, 1 pg ;
Wells, F,.r_o k Co., $_... in treasure.
..."
U
IKTII.
In
•f F.
this city,
Cmnpb 11
on ti
of a
idav, July
daighti-r.
20th,
the
w
u
iik I'm.
la this city, this morn:ng, Thomas Humphrey, aged 40 years, of intl unmation of the
limps, a native of London, England. Deceased was an  old  pioneer.
Friends nre invited to attend the funeral
from his late residence, cornir of John_on
and Government streclB, to-morrow afternoon
at 1 30 p. m.
(English papers please copy.)
The Volunteer I.im .iisiinil. n<
Tlioio of uur citizens who have not yet
visited the encampment on Beacon Hill should
do so before tlie breaking up of the camp on
Saturday neit. Though . n a small sen e, the
regulations and proceedings are carried out
iv ac-ordance with strict military discipline,
and will b- interesting to those who have
never wit csscd warlike demonstrations of a
saore imp -sing nntu.e. The -pprarau.-c of
the .-amp on church parade Inst Sunday,
which we have hitherto been prevented from
noticing at length. w*.s highly attractive, and
the 61.0 or 000 vis tors evinced tha deepest interest in the proceedings of the day. A brief
return* of the able and iloquent Uisoourao of
the chup'ain, Rev. Thomns .Som.-rville, may,
even at this late ho tr, be read with pleasure ;
Tha text wis chosen from 2,1 Cor., 113 ch.
13 v. ; "Ir strong, quit ye like men." The
jirea.her fist rcletr^d to the late alarm in the
land, which had happily passed away, ami
reminded bis heiin-rs of _ w,r tli it is pcrjiet-
H'l, in which action is ever incumbent. The
character of Pan', whose w.ir.ls formed th**
text, was sketched as a gr.-at Chri-tian soldier, one of the very gr nte.-t of the many
heroes of tho B ble for gr.*nt moral power,
breadth of view and stead n.*«s of purpose.
Tlie nature of Strength In its .liITcre.it aspects
was discussed in the first bend and Illustrated
from its dilferc t developments in tht* s ivage
life and in tuc Roman, (irecian, and Christian ctriliz ition. tu thu Second bead was
urged the necossity ol moral strength to
maintain a truly good and worthy life ; that
everything sinful and abnormal proco.-ds in
reality from weakness, tbat BlO was not a real
thing iu the world of itself, but rather the absence ef a real thine—the lack of contr *lling
power; that through tho want of this, everything intended for good might be perverted,
and faculties and fellings that might havo exalted a mun to heaven y bliss, became lawlcs.
unrestrained passions, urging them to destruction. It was stated that the philosophy
of man's moral nature assigned to him two
.lasses of power—the ".springs of Action,'1
and tha '*tiui.les of Acton" To ti-•• a
homely illustration, man's al i is ns a chariot
impelled by s*-ven li<-ry, irregular ai.d resti.-ss
steeds. T. eir names are I wind, Appetite,
Btiire, Passion, D-spot-m, Habit and Opinion. Were it entire y left lo th-s., they would
speedi y dasli it upon the rock of des rueti n.
but tba i-reat Maker ha- app out- d lor driv, rs
to res rain, Reason and Conscience. these
were to guide and govern ; and just ns these
•re tn uscen lancy duos mun rise i . the s ale
of being. W.-ak n titese, and man is liko a
ship wi.hout keel or bel n ia a stormy sea, at
the mercv ol every f-rious wind and ('..timing
wave. The very p iwers which, it properly
guided, would have waftol i onward, bec*mt*
the instruments of wreck and loss. It was
sta ed that moral strength w.u th*-retoro required i.i the battle of life; that man migh
overcome circumstance* nod n**t be ..vcrco . e
by tliem ; might possess the wnr d, instead of
letting it poss-ss him The fall of even one
man, witb all the bound!, ss possibilities of his
nature, was suitably pictured, and the advice
given never t> stand idly at ease, nor live
without the camp fires of devotion and the
Watchful i-entinels of faith and diligence.
The concluding appeal that a 1 should quit
them-elves like men, was made on the grounds
that men were by their nature allied to the
divine ; that tbey were called to be feltow-
woikers of God most h*gh ; that they were
Inb .bitants of a beautiful and gl irious home;
that tbey were heirs of an endless immortality;
th.tyouth wou d speedily pass away, and tbe
campaign of life was soon to be end d.
Sc.oay School Pic-Nic— Ihe annual picnic of the Preehyterian Sunday School com s
off on Friday at the grove adjoining Jay's
nursery gardens. 1 he scholars wil: assemble
»t tbe church at 11 o'clock and march to the
grounds, where amp'e provision will bo made
for their enjoyment, not the least of which
will be a plentiful supply of cherries, raspberries, ke. The parenis aud friends of the
popi'.s ore Invited to attend.
ATTCnev ti Blow cp th« _*mp.—This
morning about two o'clock, while prirate A -
exander was on duty at the camp, beob-ervi-d
something in a state of ignition thrown iuto
tbe enclosure. He ran tuwards it and louod
it was a bott'e witb alighted fus- attached,
and just as he picked it up a man ro3e from
tbe fern iu nenley's field, called out " take
care, it wlt| explode 1" and ran off. Private
Alexander seized the thing by tbe fuse and
threw it over the fence, tbe bottle dropping at
bis feet; he tbeu fired at the fellow, when four
or five .ther, ro*e f om the fern and made
rapid 'racks for tbe busb. The forte at once
turned out, in !'••« than three minutes, nnd
scoured tbe vclnily, but finding no ilgos of
the Idiom t'uey returned to quarters. On
examining th' mjssile it was found to c *nsist
of a soda-water bottle coutaiuing about three-
fourths of a pound of I lasting p *wlcr, tightly
'ammed in with s wdust, wi-h some 18 inches
.*f common tarred fuse insetted into the n.ck
of the bottle, altogether forming a very dangerous weapon, if exp'oded in a tent or among
a number of men. The nffa r may bave been
intended as a joke, but If not ninlicio-ts it was
ceraiuly extremely stupid, and might b ive
inflicted' s- rious iuiurv if not 1'is of Ufa.
Iudeed we can hardly imag'ne a man s silly
as to use such a deadly missile in jest, and
we ihink every effort sli-uld he made to discover aud punish tbe perpetrators.
Tut Legislative- Cocxcib oi thi Iscoit-
.OR_Tio_ Acr.—This body sat on the Incor-
poration Act yesterday. The general opinion
aino-'g the potent, grave and reverend seigniors of the Upper House scemedt.be that
it was dangeroU3 to give the peop'e power to
tax themselves through a City Council, and
also that the people " had already as much
or more than they could do to defray tbe ex-
pi'ii.es of the government "—a poin' on which
tliepetple themselves iindouolcdly colour.
Hon. Mr. Rhodes objected allogcih.-r to a cily
corpor.tion ns useless and expensive—an idea
worthy of T'mbuctOO, not of the honorable
gentleman. Tli-- lion. Attorney General made
tlie onh- icnsib'e suggestion which was elicited by th.tdeb.it". n.tnely, the necessity of
providing a public market under tlie control
of the corporation, vi here persons could dis-
pose . f farm nn*l other produce. The subject,
which we have frequently urged on the attention of our legislators, is deserving ol careful
consideration, as not only wottl I it be a gre t
boon to our producers, but it nii;'ht be made
to contribute materially to tbe revenue of the
.-ity The Council, ho*vever, separated as
usual without doing anything.
The Pamioiia _>T*i__r .Muuur.it. -The Coroner's inquest iu the recent niiirderin.l to-day
at 1 o'clock, but one of the jurors having b en
summoned to a tend tlie Supremo Court the
inquest was adjourned till to-morrow at the
same hour. An additional clue to tbe d s-
covery of the murderers ha. been obtained by
the arrest yest-rduy even ng in Johnson street,
by oflicer Taylor, of an Indian wearing so ne
of the clothes of the deceased. He had on
an alp.ca coat and a pair of shoes, both of
which were at once Identified by Woodier, the
room-mate of the murdered man, who had
stitched one of the shoes in Woosier's presence. The Indian wi 1 be brought up us a
witness in the case to-morrow.
As EvnLT Jo.iinal. — A friend hits laid on
our table twi copies of the California Star,
the first paper, wo believe, published in the
State. One ot' the copies is dited October
ltith, 1817, and is Ihe 41st number of tin- 1-t
volume. Thfl paper is about the si_e of the
Cariboo Sentinel, and contains local news
(chiefly Town Council proceedings), correspondence, and a very few advertisements. It
was published by Samuel Rninnim, and pre-
sents a wonderful contract to tbo wel1 fill. I
and prospetous broad-ides of the present day
in the Bay city.
TELEGRAPHIC.
Last  Night's  Despatches.
Mexico.
Sax Francisco, July 24—Eastern line
-till out of order lieyoud Jule-burg.
Advices from Sonor-i nre to the 5t_
and Muzutluii to the IGth.
Tlie Iui|i_riul ' oiisul of Mexico reports
numerous itiiigtiifi* unt lights  lietaeeti the
i.pPiMinf forces ut ^onorii. but :ilT.i is on
' the-  we-teni   COM.  are  kuUtutitiully   tin
c'.innif. d.
Advices from the city of Mexico are to
J i|| i* 1 Ot li.
The official paper of tlie Emperor speaks
rerr dioptrng ngly of hltn. Tbo Kmperor
lied ordered a draft tu Gil up tin reorganised itrtiiy coips; the draft will coin-
luetic, on the loth July next. Hie Liber Is ure already preparing in dispose ol
renegade MxtuiiH when the French
troops lave. A series of important
attack! nnd withdrawal., with doublful
victories on Lioth bides, nre reported.
Newts Irom .Mexico c infirm* the cup un-
of Matunioriis by ihe Liiieruls. QeiivMl
M.jni hail iinjveil at Vera Cruz, the pott
towns lieiu^ cutoff from the interior uu-
tier milk ryinle.   Tmd« *»• emphatically
dull, ami beyond ll'n.c nf reriv.il tint I llie
.ulliilruwjl of the -Yem-li troop..
California.
Mr«. Mai'giret Denny lias been nrrculvd
and cliugi-il wi'li uMUIlll with intent to
murder Mr<. Mnrin DeWoll'. The case
will come npfor lhve»tigntloil on Tliiir-ility,
when lli>; whole fuCtl whiul' led IO tlie
sl.oolin^ will probably Irnnsplra.
New Advertisements.
New Adveriisemetits.
WILSON   &   MUrM, A U r, T I O N
Iniibcxnt Assault. — Ah Van, a Chinaman, was charged in the police court to-day
with committing an indecent assault last
Saturday upon the person of a little girl, aged
live years, daughter of IJo«e Oounoux, a half-
breed woman residingon Humboldt street, opposite Park Itow. Tho prisoner lives in n
cabin near by. nnd induced the child to enter
his ho ise by giving her cakes. Her'mother
and aunt testilied that they h id examined the
child, and thai she was suffering irom having
been abused. The c.tso was remanded for one
'lay.
Ascent or -lOOST Ili__n.~Tho Pacific
Tribune repub'ishes our paragraph on Ihe proposed attempt of Dr. Brown nnd Mr Coleman
to scale this lofty peak, nnd c .1 a up .n the nd-
vonuious ge tlcinen of Puget Sound to join
t c party. We barn that the adventurers
bars already Itnrled up Sk.dg.lt riier, accompanied by Judgo I ar.»in of W.T., and
that Gov- rnor Pickering, who is an old ft icud
of Dr. Brown's, had a'so started to join the
party in their courageous attempt.
Tim Casip To._ight—The v lun'eers intend
to have n " gay and festivo time" at the enmp
to-night with their friends. The band will
provide music for a dance on the greensward,
and coffee and other refreshments will he supplied fo the Indies. We under tand that only
those provided with tickets from members of
the corps will bo admitted.
Salr or a ScnoossB—By decree of the
Admiralty Court yesterday, the schooner Indian Maid is to bo sold on August Is , to
satisfy claims a_ninst her. Cupt. Macintosh
bad a demand of 5413 70, and Bou'toa k
Cook of Nanaimo, a claim of $179, which
was put in court by their proctor, Mr. Bishop
a ho obtained an order for $529.
The Chal.ts of the Alps.—Those
who have not in person visited the c;m-
leta, can form but littkt idea of tbe prtni-
live simplicity with which those rn.lc
tlwellinj.! nre built. In .ome places they
nre merely made of large ctones p'l.d ou
one another, with n slop n^ roof, unt] In.*
rounded by a narrow gutter to curry ofl'
tint min ; oilitrs, when situated within
reach of lliu forests, nre built of rough logs
of tv.ioiI, placed ncros.s Pnch other, the in
lersticcs iicinn filled with moss and dried
leaves ; these arc better than tlie stout*
huts, ns they an* much warmer, an.I retain
less damp. The Whole building is about
iweniy feet by fourteen, nnd divided by ii
slight, wootlcn partition, the lurgof portion
being; used ns a cow .lied. Above this
apartment, ami under the sinning roof, is
the place where tho liny is Mured, nnil
which lorms tnesliepherun.lee-pin:, chain
ber. The remainder, n ipsco nf about
fourteen feel by six, is reserved for kitchen
itii< 1 parlor, nnd is not uufrequenlly shared
bv one or two gouts und frique1 liy a pig.
i This part is Qpfifl lo the r.iof, nnd through
j a tr..p door, kept open bv menus of n lonjr
! lit' pole, the smoke Buds exit, chimm-vs not
I hciiip; in vo.'iii'. It has a'so ailOllrUf
I slight partition oi'sereen ncrossonOcnrniT,
j wh cb is npprnprintnd us pantry or larder.
I'liern being no wiuilous, divl ght I-t *tl
milted through llie door, which is k.-pi
n|n*n (or t nt purpo«B, The floor is nf
stone, or rather a mixture of earth, roi k
nnd stone; niltl there is no lireplnce, it
fire being mnde when required on Ihe
ground in a corner. Its furniture consists
of n wotnleii bench or Bultln, tnul perhaps
il lir*_'o bloliu I.onltler, wli'ch serves n.s
iul.lt! or seat, ns may be required. The
kitchen ilteu.i!8 'compriso two or three
porringerH, a kettle, ami a few wooden
spoons, besides two milking paid. Above
the hciirlh, whi.-li is lornie I of stones, is
suspended u liillt! wooden crane ilint turns
on ii pivot, upon which is hung tbe great
copper cnililrnu that the king of the Iteril
brought up in triumph on his head from
the v liege below, und in which the mi k
is scalded preparatory In m kin-f it  into
butler and cheese. There is no luck of
ventilation in the tlwpl'.ng, for around
above at tl he'ween I lie bare rafters vvb cb
form the walls, the winds nnd Wild sslr
irom the gl n* era above t* llie tie freely,
i hough this is in 'a measure tempered by
he warm nrnl Ir ig.iiut bio lib ol the cows,
who ure clo-clv |iiek«-d every nijr'.il within
the hut—Clumber's Journal
Things   that   were   only   mntle   to   be
rt.kcii—I.overs' vows, piecrust, ill ■ i • I e u -'
jeans,   hoys'   drums,   and   government
si earners.
GliOCERS,
Provision, Wins & St-ii it Merclmntei.
BAKERS & COmCTIOHW.
.Oi.T ST., VI.Ti'ltU, V. I.
SHIPPING     SUPPLIED.
hi
B E It O V A L.
The wt 11 kuowo
jewelm _stabli:hm__t.
— OF —
J.  L.  JUXGERMAN,
Has been removed to his XEW STORE
IN   hie
-Masonic   Buildings,
atrMi___.li sniEi.r,
VICTORIA, vi. jy 2
In the Supreme Court of Civil Justice
Vancouver Island.
the bankruptcy act, i8oi*
r RICHARD WOODS. BE".'0 THE CHIEF
I, E-"glltr_r oft e S:iill t'o*.rt, do her.b
ctrtity '.hut on the sixteenth ditv of July, in-
Itani, a certuin deed or Instrument bearing
ilittc the _8th duy ol' June lust ( 8U0) and
m.tdc and execut. d by tnul bt-twci* i Cfforj^e
Jny, James Chestney Halei and Devid Browne,
Cu|j»trtners the eiu described, ratling under
Ihe style or firm of JAY k COMPANY of the
one purt (tnd Thomas EsOV/e therein described,
trustee for himself and the re.t of ihe creditors of the said Cii-orKC Jay. James Chestney
Hales, aud David Urowm- of the other part,
b'-iiijs a deed or inatrinut-nt purport-ng to convey all the copartnership estu'e and elTects of
th.* said George Jay, James Chestney Bales,
nnd David Browne to be applied for the benefit of the creditors of them the snid George
Jay, James Chestney Bales, find David
Browne as if *h'-y hail been from the date
thereof duly adjudged Bankrupt, was on th
said sUtcenth day of July and at the hour of
I0:;j. in the forenoon of such day brought
into my cilice for registration, nnd wns duly
registered pursuant to the provisions of the
Bankruptcy Ac1", 16.1.
Given under uiy hand nnd Seal of the Supreme Court of Civil Justice at James B.t> ,
Victoria, V. I., this sixteenth day of July, A.
D., 18.6.
RICIIAHD WOODS,
Chief ltt-gisu.tr.
ItoMRT Btsnor,   SoL-crroH,
Langley street, Victoria. jylC
ISTOTIOE.
J.P.Dnies&Co.
ucrourk. nt fomi-isioi .varum.
._l.ir.iom. M evro-if toie KaJMIaf,
tth.rf 1st. near Vate*.
Cosh Advances madt on Consignment*.
Tn_ House or Asskmblt huve b'en occupied all dny oo tho Reply to to the Governor's
Message. Mr. Cochrane brought io a resolution Maying Her Majesty to appoint Sir James
Douglas Governor of the united colonies.
Mr. DeCosmos opposed with great vehemence.
Tbe debate was going on wben we went to
prtwa.
Ma. Zinn beus lo announce to the Inhabit
ants ot I ictoriti that he has bocly received a
large ass*.rt-nent of Children's Can inges and
Chain, Fishing Baskets and Fishing Canes,
ind a large qutntity of M.irkct and 1 r.iVe ling
Baskets, China Vases, Fancy Goods and Toys,
.-I et which have to be sold on or belore
February next »t greatly reduced prices
Goods sold al who'esale lor cost ptices.     *
Tue Novel.us in the Silk trsdo this senons
aro tho beautiful Gros de Suez, Gros de
Londres, and Gros de Pekin. A choice lot of
.bete are for sale at Ihe Loxdox House ; also
a splendid stock of Black Gros Grain3 and
Glac.cB, from three-quarters to a yard and a
quarter witle, bought before tho advance in
ihe silk roaikot. *
Ma. Digby Palmer requests that ordets for
teaching, ploying and tuning Pia lofortes, and
for instruction in Sieging, may be left wilh
Mossrs. Hibben k Carswell, Stationers and
Booksel ers, Government street, or ut his residence, near the i op of Fort street. *
Removal—Mr. Hibben requests ns to itste
ihat he is row removing his bookstore from
ihe old stand, corner of Yi.les and Lar.fley
str-ets, to tbe fine new premises in tbe Masonic Buildings, Government street, where ba will
epen in a day or two. *
In the Supreme Court of Civil Justice
Vancouver Island.
i_sr  BA_>rrcRTj-jE'Tcr2\
In re Ju.v & Co.
I ti'  PERSON'S DA VINO CLAIMS OV THE
.\   above E tate ar* requested forlh«lth to
-end in thesame to Mr.Jtitnes t.'h-stney Bale-,
S ed man, at the Nursery of Jay k 01, Victoria ; and all persons Indebted to the s.ii.l
Est to are desired forthwith to pay the an unt
ot their r specliv** debts 'o the said James
Chestney Bales, whom the Trustee lots authorised to receive the* sum. on account of tbe
sa d Ejtate.
HUBERT BISHOP, So'ici or,
bangley Street, Vlen na
Dated lfith July, I860.' jy 16
Thursday July, 2tfth,
AT 11 O'CLOCK, A. «,
On tbe premise*, Fort -treet, known at
TYTLCOX'3   nOTEL,
STOCK-IN-TRADE,
Bar Fixture!!, -Tand-iome Circular Counter. Extra La-ge Mirror, Glassware,
Plated Picture", Cock*, Pietoret,
Ilnnd-oine Model <i a Slip,
Two  Bagatelle   Tables,
AL-s'O,
Modern HouMrhold
Furniture!
Cnne, Mnbojrany and Bur Chairs, Looking Glasses, Curd, ....tension and
other Tables, Sofas, Bureius, Bed-
stentls, Feather Heds and Bedding,
V/ii.hfiaiids and Furniture, Hair
Matlrasses. Ctrpets, Blinds
KITCHEN FURNITURE,
WnshiiiE  Machine,  Force   Pumps,   Oa»
Fittings, Cliaudiliers, etc.
TERMS CASn.
Goods to be removed on dny of Sale.
J. p. u.ivit-'.s, it rd.,
jy24 Auctioneer*.
Mrs.   He in
NA^A-lSrTED.
A
Jy is
MAN FOB.  HOC  E WORK,
P.trk HVr',
I.o con Hi 1
J.    SPENCER,
HOUSE AND SHU'
PLUM  _B E -R, ,
Gas fitter nnd Rell-luingrr,
Corner Yates and  Gove nment streets.
All branches of th- above business prnc-
t'callv done with n ntti ss a< d despatch, at
eliaige.i to correspond uith tbe times.
TUB k tW PLANT
ARRIVAL, OF ANOTHER CARGO FR'JM
Virginia & Cuba,
VIA   ASHNWAU.,
Of the Most   Celebrated Drnndi or
TOBACCO   &   SEGARS
EVER IMPORTED
Psmples cin bi hnd nt lb^ • A"IXPIT,"
corner Ymes end Govt-n nrvjnt ur cs.
I nl^o enrrv on tbt* hnsiit-Sul my Ol.l'
STAND on JO'IV.-ON Si'IUhr mid W.AU-
DIXGl'ON ALLEV.
I. tlJIPBrLL,
JyJ ADFI.I'III SEOAR .nThIIE
JVI illinery,
f"W.PS   CONSTAXTI.T  ON"  HAND  THB
A'cst 'nsiiiuiis i'l
Prices  to  Eu't the Timest
UUVMiiMIOr    STR    T
rtetwc-n Fort Ml.I Ur* ..fjhton. jy S
gEilSA^     HULTZ,
—AT—
His Wi II Knovfu a d Old Established
St I. nd
Ihe Government st. Boot Store,
Hus just received  p?r stea-jjer
A   FINE   ASOUTMENT   OF
Lad;e3'  and   ChiUrea's   Shoesj
Which h. offers at a very low price.
Receives by each  stumer fron   England and
_*ao   Francisco
BOOTS     <3C    SHOES
or thi
F1SEST   AND UOTT QfALITY,
FRENCH   LEATHER,
— AND —
SHOE     FINDINGS,
A' piicej to correspond with ihe timet.
jy 11
EX   FIDELITER
A Choice Lot of Bacon
Jumt   Arrived*
For Sa'e by
iys
P.   Gilligan,
STORE 8TREET.
NOTICE
SI ip Mohawk, Capt- Oavier, from lordoji
EITHER  THE   CAPTAIN   NOR
tho undersigned will be responsible for nny debts th.it may be co_«
trnctcd by the crew of the nbove ship.
jj-15 HENRY NATHAN.
Acent for the vessel.
$50   REWARD.
THE ABOVE  REWARD WILL BR PATD
to any person recovering the money ant}
Deposit  Receipt for S000 on ths Bank *q*_
British North America, stolen from  the -Spat
Pit at Nanaimo on Wednesday, July «h.
GEORGE WAL_.IT.
Jy_3TT* H»o____»
, - Fuel*   and    .crapa.
THE___Ur._   OF THE   FfT-KE.—Such   »
progression lieinj; (.ranted, the  life of the
future must differ from that of the present
ai that of the present differs Irotn ull thnt
went  before.   Old   j_e era and   species
. rdn8t  pas* avay/aud  newer and higher
.ties take their ].l.ices.    As  tbe  ratio of
development  nuioiiir tho   different classes
and orders, both of plums und snimils,
seems to  liuve differed during the past—
the lower'bcinjt more  persis'ent, or less
variable  than  lie  higher—so surely the
sume ratio   will iminilcst itself iu the future, tbe mote highly organised psttafng
by   more  rapid s'a^es   into  newer   nnd
higher forms.    WiWrni the saute litnils ol
time   the invertebrate may   undergo I**"1
mo.ifji'iition   thiin    the   venehrule,   tho
aqtntic less than thcterrestri.il, nnd tha
cold blooded ks« lliuti the wnnnhlooded ;
but nil (by whatever process) muftsOOMf
or later pas- Into .newer nnd higher forms,
end mun himself ns certainly m the plan's
and nnimnl- thut form (lie   theme of his
deliberation!.    If there exists n greut luw
of progression—and ull that puliconlol, try
has  revealed   of  tho past or  physiology
tau_hl of the present  points to such un
ordaining—it would  be ravening or ordinary itleaR of ih- permanence of nature to
suppose inch progression li-.d come to an
end when ull  its nt'cotiipaiiiiiicnls ami nil
ti.e   medin  through   which  it   manifest!
itself remain   unittipnirt'd ntul   ptrsistent.
And it would be tqu illy ut Variance wilh
nil philosophical notions of natural history
to suppose tha u law which had operated
alike ou ull the orders of lif.l in tbe past
would  become  partial  and exempting III
the present.   It  may startle some minis
to hear the same argument applied to mar:
hs lo the rest ol ilia animal cteat.on.  The
ru-ersc, unfortunately, has been loo long
the fashion.   The Interests of science, as
well as the snercduess  ot truth, demand,
however,  that   tiliero   mil ure  operates
alike, the student of nature shall not venture to  obinidc with  inlflclal  'schemes
nr.d nrrangcincnt' und ' lines of demarcation.'   Looking at it merely n_. question
of natural history—und this, bo it ob-
seTved, is the only   way in   nhich science
can approach i—the future of the human
rnco must he sidj.-ct to the same lavs of
variation and pro/res-ion as those which
have governed and null continue to govern
the extinctions nnd evolutions of the oilier
orders of vitality.    'I ho  rate of variation
may diflV in tlio respective orders, but
from the law of variation there cut) bo no
possible exemption.    And if this ratu of
variation has hitherto been more rapid in
.the higher  than  in tbe lower orders  Ihe
existing  varieties  of  man  must consequently  the sooner piss  into other nnd
higher   varieties.'—Pope's    Geology  for
General Headers.
The Danes' Pyre at Fi.amboro.gh
Head—Imagitinlion then passes ou lo
Wlllieea the Norman. Alter subduing
Hereward on Ihe Isle of Fly, we know
he diva, tn ted the whole country north
of (he Hiimber wilh fire and sword, to
rend a terr bio lesson to the Saxons.
Without doubt this corner of Britain,
cutoff from the mainland by Dunes'
Dyke, witnessed a fierce si niggle ere the
Norman knights succeeded it, carrying it.
Then how many Henrys and Edwards
mny have ridden by it in niter days I
And then from Turin., and Si nans it fell
into tho hands nf farmers ; and now for
ngea sheop nutl cattle iittve pastured by it
ns calmly ns if wnr nnd bloodshed had
never' stained its soil. Very ruthle-s
were those heathen Danes, Their vices
came down to us in the word ' lurdiuic,'
their stratony in the Danes' Dyke, nml
their cruelty iu the provincial name of the
dwarf elder, fabled to grow mosl on
Danish battle fields, and called Dane WON
therefrom.—The Gent'eman't   Magazine.
'lEr.EGp.Arn CoNsoi.inATioN,—The progress of telegraphing in the United Slates
is by gigantic strides. The American
and Western Union Telegraph Companies
are about concluding uu agreement ol
union which umounts lo a consolidation
of interests. The public demand for
prompt, and uuiiHerrupted transmission of
messages renders it Indispensable to eel
rid of ull delays in clieelruj, and booking
from one line to another. The new _oa
solidntinn will Control nnd operate over
104,000 miles of telegraph wire, covering
all the territory, ami c tone-ting all points
of importance from Newfoundland to San
Francisco and Vancouver Island. Front
tho latter point 14,0t.0 miles to St. Petersburg will be done within a year. Cuba
and the West Indies will be connected,
and the success of tho Atlantic Cable in
August next is confidently hoped for.
' Wonderful -thing. nre dono now a-
days,' said Mr. Tiinmius ; ' the doctor has
given Flack's boy a new lip from bis
cheek.' 'Ah,' said his wife, 'inany's the
time I have known a pair taken from
mine, aud no very paiuful operatiou
either.'
Aor apparatus enabling n person to
remain under water for twenty minutes
without requiring a supply of air, has
been tried successfully on the Seine. A
man must surely be insane to try it,
though.
The art of economy is drawing in as
much as one cun, but unfortunately young
Indies will apply this 'drawing in' to
their own bodies, when tbey wish lo avoid
anything like waist.'
Goethe says: I see no fault coramit'ed
tbat I fitrve-mft committed myself.' Hud
tbo gentleman ever committed suicide ?
FACTS vs. THEORIES-
" Give me a place to rest my lever on,'_
says Archimedes, " and I will move the
world." ■• Give me pure and unadulterated
drugs," says Medicus, of tbe oldca time,
"and I will cure disease."
In .ne sense, both of tbese learned pundits
were tbe veriest charlatans. They knew there
was no place to rest tbeir lever on. either to
move tbe world or cure disease. Mechanism
was ia a backward state, and tbe medical profession wns but anotbei name for sorcery,
and all the adjuncts of magic filters and
charms ol tli" " evil eye," ke.
Hut these latter days bave borne unto ns
something mart tban even superstition and
its crew ever dreamt of io tbeir maddest philosophy. In these day* of practical science,
what was theory nl yesterday ir lact to-day,
and all tbe "Id time notions become n» bubbles
in the sun, and burst and break wilh every
breath we draw.
Let Arcliitncdes shoulder his lever nnd we
will tin. a resting place for it to move the
world. I.»t mine ancient Medicus ptiut and
toil no more lor tha drugs be so sorely ae.-d.-,
lor we have tbi tn al our hand, ever reudy lo
serve them at bis beck.
Uefined in Ihe labotalory of Dr. -.start let.
tbe finest materials known la the n.edic.il pro
t.'s-ion are obtainable by nny one. His
Billions, Dv peptic, and DiarrboM Pills stand
unrivalled,' and his Salve operates with magi-
. nl effect upon burns, scalds, and all sores aud
ulcers of the skin.
In fact, we lliiak Maggis.'s Pills and Salv-
are Ibe wo der of this century, nnd we are
nappy tn the thought that many others of our
brethren of the cralt agree with us. Wc would
earnestly counsel that all lumilhs provide
themselves with Pr Maggiel's Prepaiations at
ot*c*-, nnd keep them ready at baud, so as to
use them at the most opportune time and as
occasion serve.'.— Valley Sentinel.
A H_W and (ibaxd Epoch in Midicins I—
Dr. Maggiel is ibe found., ol a new Medical
system. The* qnantitarlaue, whose vast internal doses enfeeble the stomach and paralyze
the bowels, must give precedence lo the man
who restores healib and appetite, with from
one to two of bis extraordinary Pills, and
cures Ihe most virolent sores Willi a box or ao
ol his wonderlul and nil healing Salve. Tbese
two great specifics of tbe Doctors arc fast superseding all tha stereotyped nostrums of the
day. Extraordinary cures by Miggiel'd Pills
and Salve have opened tbe eyes of tbe public
to the inefficiency of the {so called) remedies
of others, and upon wh ch psoplt have so long
blindly depended. Higgle!1! Pills are no ol
tbe class that are swallowed by tbo dozrn, anil
of which every box lull taken creates an absolute necessity for another On. or two t f
Maggiel s Pills suffices to place the bowels in
perfect order, tone the stomach, create an np-
pet'te, aad render tbe spirits light aad buoyant I There is no griping, and no reaction in
the form of constipation. If the liver is affected, ils fuae.tioas are restored ; nnd il the
nervous system is feeble, it is invigorated.
This last quality makes tho medicines very
fted-Mle tor the wants of delicate females.
Ulcerous and eruptive di.-rnses are literally
extinguished by tr.e disinfectant power of
Maggiel's ._ live. In fact, it is hero announced
that .Islgslel'* Itilltllls, B. \s|*. [>tl<
urn! I>l ill's.I I'll 1*1 Is cure where all
others fail. Wnile for burns, Scolds, Chil
blains, Cats anil all nbr.isions of the skin
MflM-le.'N Snivel is infallible. Sold by
J Mauuisl. 11 Pint) -tree', New York, and all
Dru__isis, at 25 cts  per boi.
New Advertisements.
New Advertisements
CARRIAGE   PAINTING
IN ALL ITS BliAXCIIES,
Yates Street,
Between Deluge Engine House
and the International Hotel.
Work   solicited,  and   done   on   tbe most
reasonable terms by
W. M. KEOHAN.
jy 11-lm
Alhambra
BILLIARD SALOON.
coitHER <;<'vr.it\iii;.r ,._» tates srs.
TJP-STAIRS.
Entrance on Yates Streef*
jv 3-1 m
I)
L.    BETTMAN,
EAI.EI. IS DSY GOODS, GROCERIES,
BOOTS A.ND SHOES, k., ke., ke.
jy n
(Nymph, W* T.
WARM WEATHER!
ICE!   ICE!   ICE!
A   LUXURY  WITHIN THE REACH   OF
all, supplied by
ILEX.    PHILLIPS,
FORI' STREET,
To say nothing about Ginger Beer, Lemonade,
or Soda Water with it.
835* The way to keep cool.
ICE  CREAM
STRAWBERBIES AUD CREAM.
All the Delicacies  of the
Season
A. W. PIPER'S,
GOrEIUVME-fT    STREET,
OPPOSITE THE THEA'lRE.
 hj_
ST.   LOUIS    COLLEGE
■WIXiL     _=.E-OI»E3Sr
On Monday, 6th August.
Iy 6-1 m
Miscellaneou?
jy3
A. & W. WILSOtT
House and Ship Plumbers
CASFITTERS,
BELL-HANGERS & TINSMITHS
FORT  STREET.
All orders promptly attended to
hi
Miscellaneous.
BEITISH    PERIODICALS.
A   Triumph    of    Science
—AUD—
THE LIGHT  OP   THE   WORLD
DR. MAGGIEL'S
PILLS   & SALVE.
Tbese L'fe-ittvlng r*-me.irs are now, for tha Art
».■•<•,» v» ■ pulil _ly to Hi. ,, t 'I K.>r over a.|iiailcr
I a . mlury of jiri. »t.- practice the iugreili. ,, l» lu lln*sc
Life-Giving Pills
Hit' ban use.l with thn ure.test success. Th Ir
missln is n tony tn ir not 'is ss*. hut to cure
The. te rch ... il, varlom mil ,.li*s by h ch tin*
patient is suir.Ting. st,*1 »e 'nvlg.iatei. t • sllln*
system. T'thc a-,,.1 and infirm a ,ew dvsoa of Hun*
valuable I'll.,.s i. ill, rove lo be
A VtRY FOUNTAIN OF YOUTH,
For In f rer cat.* t'<ej *_.. new li.e m-l Tita'-ty, am.
e*t*.rt_ i he Witii ?« n/glft. io i heir rutin* _i..i_. T.
ih« )0.ii._* anl mi di- i Rf._ liny will pr*.e moil in
V..I11 Vie, n» a  rui y, ■pMtfla ,,..<! iut inr .ii._f.icii.--.
•rt U ft dcoaro r«.uhzt..l. tint P .iico-de-L^ni- tough
On-linen Imtidnd vcftrt mko. ami never f nod. I *>
look' il for ii I u tfim ilmt would re_iore ihe o.d t"
'■ \&< r and make j outii ever
An Eternal Spring'!
It ...i. left for this <l.y nn*t hour tn rMlfla the dresm,
and >hnw in o„I',; or.uus f.,cl the wa„ic that u.adc
ii fair.
TUESE FAMOUS  REMEDIES
Cannot stir th" flight of yean, hot Un»y can force biek,
an'hold ulnni, dlMftiwi hat mi u in mpli ovet tne
ai? tl and the ,ioun; Let rue h.HiUte t .en, l»u
•*► iz*f Ibe favorable oypottunity lhat offvtu. Whi-n t.ken
as inecciibi'd—
For Billious Disorders
Nothlncr can be mora p-oductlre of curf than these
Pill*—Their alrrjOHt m gin Infl lence im felt at on;
nml ihe uiual emu mitanti of thU mat di_tri-ninR
■l'lcaie ar«i removud. There rtui* dit'tt ara made Irom
the fiirei.
VEGETABLE COMPOUNDS.
Th-y will not harm the most delicate female, and
ra, be id >n wilh good effect in prescribed ileaea to
the youngest babe.
For Cutaneous Disorders
And sll em ti**nn of Ihe skin, the SALVE Is mo-t in.
valuable, [t.dnea a t heal .xletnall.' alon *, but p*ne-
tr let with the most s arching elf.cts to the ver, loot
ofiba evil.
DR. MAGGIEL'S P.LLS
Invariably cure the following Diseases :
Atthma,
Bcwel Complaintit
.CoilKQfl,
Ct'ld",
Cheit Dt eaiei,
Coitireneia,
D^f-pep-.-*.'"
Diarrh a,
Dron_y,
D-Mlity,
Ferer and &(. •.,
Female Complaint*!
beadache,
Indir illon,
lnfl i*i za,
luflaram tmn,
Inward tt'eakne^a,
Li-»*r Complaint,
Lowi.e<« of Splrlti,
Ringworm,
Eheumat'Km,
bait i>_<anm,
Scalds,
Skin DiFcanei.
JO" N'OTICB.— Voneganrine without the enirraTeri
trade-mark -ro'ind e*t:h pot er box, signed b\ DR. J.
'At Git 1„ 43 Fulton etrcet; N.w lork, lo counterfe.t
whi..h ti ielottjr.
-K_r Sold by all remectnble D»len In Medlclnei
throurh'mt the United Bafttea aad Canada—at 25 cents
per box or pot •
A. C. Langley & Co.,
Agents for Vancouver Island and British
Colombia.
J7*
The London Qiarterly Rev ew (Comer-
vativc).
Tho Edinburgh Review (Whig)
The Westminster Review (Radical)
The North British Review (Free Church)
— 4-.D—
Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (Tory)
The Am R"vi«»i re-t.ritilii.lied bj Mmim. ' cott it
Co., ->■"" trenrral v <u indt* td nt the i.ii-«i R'ti«w. (
an.i Hln'kwiMK. fia. i-ern jml-f i laced In ihe aame
rtnk. Uln-vtr 'llejiene- wnh r ad iu pu lleatlouaor
thi«cla*§, wh lever m»» i.« di-. ventral (. fnrm itlmi,
w'tl »oo . bu ulto/'tlirr ! rhiinl the time in whieh )>»•
(ve*—and in treie timet a p'i.o<rriay too i Ret Vet;
furl-e-ini. Tbiv m iv he ead and eiudled with »-•-
ranla e by ibe people of thla coi-Hry, t erery creed
and party.
».j- KI,u:KWii'i[i ia unmnalle attrftetlve at tt.U
'.'di--' to Ameti'-an*., not onlyf-r it< ten 1 arli<*iei by
iiMintfuiih"'! writf-ia of nni n. but for li" aee'unt of
ihe lalM civil w r now being wii'tei ly C i. Von
B'trke, a Ce* man officer, chl'-f. f-htftff to Oeu. J. E. It.
Muari, of th* Confederate army.
TERMS   FOB   1806.
Fur anyone of Ihe Revlew-i fI per i
For any two of ilie Reviewn  7 '*
For any three of the Ko*iewi 10 ''
Forall four of Die Review 12 "
Foa Rlaclwo'd'i Mai_rnn*  4 "
For Blackwood and  «ne Revi w  7 "
For Wa kwood and any two of tbo  Review! 10 "
For Illackwond aud three of the Hevicw> .13 "
For Blackwood and the four Kcvicwi IS u
CLUBS.
A di«rotint of ttemt'j percent. wi'I he a'lnwed lo clnbn
of four or more persoim Thus, f.»ur c piet of
Hlarkwood. or of one > evlew will he went l» one address or * 12 60 Kourc .pirn of the fuur Ueviewaaud
Blackwood, for £48, and no on.
POSTAGE.
When lent by mail, the Fostjiui to rny p»rt of the
Unltid t l»'i wi 1 he ul tat-m.-ionr ceuUa ye*r for
" ucKwoon," and but eljlit ceuti a year for each of
the lieviewe.
Re need Prices for previous years.
Subf.rrlh*»rn mny obtnin 'he Rt'p.int' iuiineoiately
irucediu; 181 G, hb Toll wt, viz. :
Ithvl'tvootl from S-ptein er. 18 4. to December, (SG5
inrluaive, at the rate nf $_! 00 n year.
The Xtirth HrUuh fr"m .!*nimry 18C3, lo Oeremher
1 6_L inplnPlVd I tlie Edinbnrtfh   nd tne Westminster Inm
pit. ifuA, t" Uteemiftr,  i-;. lotla tv«,   iiid   Uu
Lntvlttn Quarterly i«»r the year 18 &,  at tin ratt; ».f $L .'.0
a v'nr lor eaih or nny    evi w.
#&• A few «.-pien yet r in>ln ut alt Uie fvur Review.
fbl jSC3ul {1 ii set, or (1 10 for any one.
LEONARD   SCOTT   &   CO.,
rublahert, 38  Walker Street, N. Y-
L< & &Co.t nUo publiih the
_e,u?L_R.iv_:F_e_'S o-tji_de
IW IUsky Stvphbss, nf  Edinlnirgh. and the  la_e J.   P
.VnHTii.N,   I Y le    idlfffe,   2 villi. BojalOulftVO,   1C0&
piipcit, nnd iniiiieioui   En-_:ri_vm.f
P ice $7 for the  two toIuuio —by Mull, poal   paid,
jh oa Jy_»
ROYAL
INSURANCE
Miscellaneous.
FIRE    &Z  L.IJFK.
Capital, - - Ten Million Dollars
■SSERVE    TO     I-I_BJET    LOSSES
FivAMillion Dollars!
nAULESTUBXFR, F.pq   M P CHAIR IIAK.   PI ACT 11
linVK, MANAGER.
Thi« Company han now the larncit income for Fire
ann Life Premiumi of any Company Inthe world.
Tin- mult i>i_fiii'(l. Agi'titsfor Vmicouver l*Und and
i.riii-.li Oolumiiia, return t *• n pA<ticular thatikH to the
public for ihi-ir pntrotiajjt- of the R<iy>ilaince the open'
in„' nf the affency, and nU<* to tbe Victn i ia Fire Companion for their valuable fiervleoi.
The Fire Branch.
Of thli agency In 1R61 wan nearly <"ih.» that ofl883-
ihe riik in Vicioiia alone amounted it, $I10j,000.
Tbe bnalneinof tha
Life Brnncli.
Has alsu larval)-increase,  sinee Ihe   Directors reduced
liiets'.est,. lile Enfllsb staodard.
Anderson &.Oo
Store Street.
Ageita for Vancouver Island and British  Columbia
foSO
MERCHAN Tt«»»
Mutual Marine
INSURANCE COMPANY
OK SAN FRANCISCO.
OPf ICE.—N. E: Cor. Front k California Sts
Capital, $.500,00O.
AHEBATE KROM RATES OF PREMIUM
charged, will hereafiei be made by this
company, as large aa aliened bj any responsible Company or Agency doing businesi iu
this City.
This C-npany la engaged Exclusively n
-Marine Insurance.
WAR RISES TAKEN.
Al  losses paid promptly In United States
liold Coin.
JAMES P. FLINT,
U i President.
THE LANCASHIEE
Insurance    Company.
Capitol,  Two Millions Sterling.
Manchester Exchange St net.
London 10. < ornblll.
Ll.tipnol 7,  W    ler »t.rat.
Ulaegew 4, Sou Hi Hanover Strait.
Ulinil-gii_.ui „. Ike Kxclsange.
Ilrl.n.l Ml Umail Klre.t.
HAVING BEEN APPOUfTSD AGENTS
(ur the above C* nc-ueny, we are now |.re-
parcd le mke rirki nl rales nt moderate as
these ol any oilier responsible I'ompnny.
W_.JS._l-N-.U-U-K.lt * SL'IILUKSSER,
Vancouver Island Agency.
iji
ItfC'TlCE-
Big   Bend,   British    Colombia.
DURI'G THE MINING SEASON, THB
undersigned will be prepared to executr
surreys, and transact a general agency business at Dig Bend.
JOHN   MORRIS,
h i Civil engineer.
TUE  ONE TIIIXU   WANTED.
HOLLOWAY'S TILLS.
The niood.
These famous pills are so composed tha
they opernle wholelomely nn the stomach, Ihe
liver, Ihe liowtls, an.I other orpan.; by eorrert-
ing any demngt'inct.ts in their functions,
whereby a slt-atly "UJiply of pure maleriuls lor
the renewal ol the Blood is lurnished, ni:.| a
constant ablirsctlou ot elfete prndnets is effected. This perfect circulation thus becomet
the very fo'iutnin of health nnd life, and Off*-*
inines all form ol disease wherever its situation.
General Dliorderi or the i-iver
nml  Momncli.
All who ever indulge a* table either in ent-
ng or drinking, should lakeiil.oui leu of t_»s-
ttimous pill, iu bed time, Irom whii h niilree'
suit a clear head at.il good stomach ihe ft II w-
it.g morning. Tliousitt.ds of Lttdies are nl-
n/nyi coiii|.Iiiining of .ick he_dsfbe|, want o
appetite, want of en.r.l,nnd waniol strength,
lo cotrect all these evils, three or fiui ot these
i'ills shtiulii be taken tw'ee a week, alteaihey
iroutd (jivt- the iuvvuli.f .ne b.alih _ml BpVStlle
of a p'ouglitnan,
r«'in:.l«*N of till AireM imo ClOtWtM
ObttraclloM ol sny kind either in young:
or tlii.si* l.iiween tony and litiv--ih most crii-
'C:< 1 peiit.il of life —limy be radically remo -_
by u.iinu tliese Pills nt'cortiing to the prinlet-
ilireclions v.'l.ieli actumpaiey each lot. Ynunn,
jiersons with .Ickly and salluw compijeiionr-
atity ban the l.lt.oinol healih resiored by tin:"
corrective, wl Ich pnrlfiel the blood and et-
pelt ttli grCM and Imparl hnmrirs from thesys*
tem. Beware lliea of the critical age Iron,
lorly to lilly, as it semis many thousands to
firetnature grave,—these Pilli should be takel
it that period ol lile tut. or three tin.es a
leek
•V;-_it   <>r Sdcngfh nnd ;rncrgy.
Persons of sedentary habits, or those trnu~
bled in mind, working in Factories or Coal
I'its, who cannot obtain thai amount ol (rest
air and exercise which nature requires, stiller
from weakness aud delility, lowness of spiri.a
nnd want of appetile. All such should >ake i
lose or two ol these Pills every three or foui
days, ns they act gently and effectually on the
system and impart vigor nnd eneigy to the*
body, which is always followed by a good
appetite, sound and refrei.hing sleep, nnd a
high flow of spirits.
For the Cure of Dropsy.
The clli,- cy of Holloway's Pills in Dropsy
is extraordin..ry. Tb;y act with such a peculiar elfect upo-i the system, that the fluids*
causing thi. direlui complaint, are peieeptibl
.a-rled off and prevented from any Itirthet
nf cumulation. Tho sutlers! r gains a buoyancy of spirits and reioiccs in a completely
renovated constitution. It is indispensably
necessary tbat the Ointment should be most
effectually rubbed into the complaining parta
during the whole course of treatment.
Children and their Allmrntt.
In no country io the world are more children
carried to an early grave tban In Great Britain.
Coughs, Measlee, Scarlatinn, Fevers, and other
Jiseascs attack the little sufferers, apd death,
but too often, follows at a rapid pnee ■ yet if
at the first stage ol these complaints, parent*
were to bare recourse to Holloway'a Pilli. all
danger would be avoided for the stomach
and bowels wonld 3e gently but effectually
cleanser! by thii milu aperient; the depraved
numors correcteo ana tne secretions dniy regulated. A perfect enre would *oon be effected, and tbe "Ule patient restored to tonne*
health.
Holloway' Pi. t \n the but known remedy ia ._..
world .— the follow.ng discatss:
Fold a*, the lst>bilstiment of Pro:eiisor Holloway. Ml
Strand, (near T.-tai !,■ Bar.) I. n*lt.n ; al«- by all respeot'
able Drnesris.s aii'l P. alera in Me icin.s il.roiiet.oul tha
civilize! world, at the lollowlng pileea— Is. Iff 6, 94,
Is. Gd.,lis., .is., and83a. ca.li boi.
Asue Female  Irregular- Pif_B_f_____hB a
bin
Fever of all kind
Fltt
ileal
Iliad Ache
Asthma
Hillieus CoirplaiDt
Blotches    on   tl
skin
Bowel complaints
Colics
Indige.tiof
'iinammalion
Constipation of tbe Jaundice
Bowls
Consaroi Don
Mbility
Dropsy'
Dysentry
Eryaluelai
•«•   There Is
irger sixes.  -
IHreetn*n« for tt' l .nt_r noe of patients la every, d'jor
der are affixed to esc. box.
Liver Complaints
Lumbago
I'llet
Rheumattam
Retention ef Crtne
Evil
*.re Throats
stone and Grave
secondary b>isp.
l*.me
Tlc-Ootoreuz
lui.'.irs
Ulcere
Venereal      atfee
tlnna
tVnnns    ot   a
kinds
Weakness     from
whatever cease
a considerable  saving by taking tbe
Pbiktid and Published by McCr*.»I 4 Co., a*
the office, Langley Street.
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