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THE PROSPECTS OF ITALY.
{From the London  Times.)
Tlio tide of revolution lias hitherto  swept
over Italy in u clear and uninterrupted courso.
It has risen bank-high in piedmont and overflowed the rest of the Peninsula. In the course
of'little liioi-o than a year wc havo seen Lom-
hai-dy, Parma, Modena, Tuscany, and thc Legations united to tlie kingdom of piedmont;
and now, Lcgining from tho extreme south,
Garibaldi is master of Sicily and lias probably
executed   1>}  this time a descent upon   the
kingdom of Naples.    Hitherto the success of
the movement has met with no clidC-k' everything has gone down before it, nor do we set'
any reason to suppose that it has by any moans
readied its  ultimate limits.    There is every
reason to suppose that the conquest ot Naples
will he at least as easy as the conquest of Sicily;
nay, take into consideration tlio prestige of a
splendid   and  almost   unexampled   success,
probably a great  deal easier.    Tliere is good
reason to expect disaffection in the .Neapolitan
Hoot and army, and an unwillingness to fight
for a Sovereign whose hands tire yet stained
with   innocent  blood   cruelly and wantonly
shed  in the bombardment of Palermo, and
who only gave in his  adhesion to a constitution when the choice lay between the constitution and immediate ruin. It may scein ungracious and unnecessary, in the midst of so
many brilliant successes to give utterance to a
single word of warning or a single presage of
.•oiiiiiig   evil.    The titlo  of success is  at  its
height; why should not a peoplo so long op-
pressed and trodden down, so long denied the
veriest  modicum of freedom, enjoy the glorious opportunity ofthe moment, and press upon
tho  favour ofthe capricious divinity,  who
seems in her attachment to the revolutionary
cause in Italy to havo forgotten the tradition
of her usual fickleness'?    Wc  must, however,
confess that   ive cannot regard tho existing
state of filings in Italy without alarm.   Even
the  designs of Garibaldi   limited to tho conquest and annexation uf the kingdom of Naples,
with a view of transferring -Naples and Sicily
to the Crown of Sardinia, we could not regard
sueh an occurence without souie degree of apprehension.    The   best that we can  wish for
I Italy is that she should enjoy the blessings ol
| a free  government and  of representative institutions, something like those to which wc
so justly trace the unexampled and unbroken
Ilength  of our own prosperity.     But what
{prospect would there he of governing Italy by
ja single united  Parliament, representing so
[many different feelings, interests, and prin-
jt-iplcs, with so many factions ready made to
jhand, and so  many new subjects of jealousy
mil discord?   The only chance of governing
limited Italy would probably be by a despotism,
land  tints   internal freedom would really bo
|sa<irificed to external  expansion.     There is,
however, sonic danger that Garibaldi will not
Ihe suffered  to accomplish   thc liberation of
Jsouthcrn Italy without opposition,   it is confidently asserted  that  tho action of Austria
Itowards Sardinia  becomes more and more
■hostile, just in  proportion  as  tho success of
JGiU'ibaldi becomes  moro clear and decided.
■Whether rightly or wrongly, Austrian statesmen seem to believe that Garibaldi will never
lesist front his onward course so long as any
bortion of Italian soil remains in the hand of
ji stranger.    Nay, more, it is confidently said
hat his intention is to attack Austria in tho
puly province left her, and. hy a second Sol-
fcririo, to  wrench Yenctia from  her hands.
jThe ijucstion wo ask ourselves is, will sueh a
jmcccss on  tho pare of Garibaldi secure the
bjoct ho  has in view ;   or will it not, on tho
3thor hand, give  rise  to a second war even
nore disastrous than   the preceding?   Hitherto  Ualy  has won her principal "victories
hyilh the blood of strangers-   -Now, if wo believe what we hear of the intended proceedings against Austria,sho is aboutto wage tho
fcoiiflict with hor own.    There ought to bc no
rill'-dcception in the matter.    Nothing but tho
psoluto impossibility of raising a florin or
uniip." a JUS-P can induce Austria to submit
|<> tho loss of Vei'C/tia.     -'hat sho is capable
j>f sudden and violent Resolutions   Austria
''owed distinctly last year by horiii-ndviscd
'vanco across tho T-ic.no.     Bcstvy  as  the
Wow she lias received may be, she is not suf-
Scicntly humbled to  observe without resist-
Mjeo tho present course of events in Ualy.
£''! are hardly permitted to doubt that the
P'I'vai'd course ot  the  fortunes  of Garibaldi
fdl bring him, and probably the Piodmontosp
feovornmont, into direct collision   with Aus.
F1:1! find, if so, sho will probably seek to re-
|«in by the sword in 18U0 that which sho lost
ty the sword in 1858.    Tho Italians in general
r1' Bniiguino us to the result of such a conflict,    Did
r''ju-aice of a cause did thc  superiority of numbers,
I" n spirit of vengeance, only too justly excited, guar-
■nioe success, wo should havo nothing [to fear in the
pospects of united Italy; hut, unhappily, tho campaign,
I one should ensue, will ho decided, not by individual
Inl   ^'i1 ""l ''-v riiV,,1utiomiry enthusiasm, by the elis-
|1 ""''I valor of sscii-H'vilicd troops, by superiority iu
I   nr,na and the materiel of war, in all which Austria
I''"" mi enormous advantage.    Tho  Italian levies are
I  "iii'iis, but they have not in general looked upon
T • '"j' of war, and nre, it is to be feared; by no means
I   j1"'!. tor tbo Northern Invaders.   If tho battle he left
V no Austrian, and the Italians,  we cannot doubt of
fclian  I    vi''"1 WW ""'' 1",tlk' lj" lo" t0 A.u'8trinlS "•••-•
IsitliB fe t        Prance stand patiently I y nnd see the
Foil I !  i     i Br0at vk'1(jn«s ot last yenr thus snatched
'Of by the very power whom she has so effectually
humbled?    The thing is hardly conceivable.    The occupation  of Northern  Italy by  Piedmont  is the real
trophy  of so  many bloody  battles, and  France  can
scarcely allow  it to  bc  thrown down with impunity.
But where will her  intervention begin, and where will
it stop?   "Will she announce to Austria her determination not to permit any intervention between the King
of Naples nntl his revolted subjects?   Will she communicate to Piedmont her commands that she and her supposed   champion, Garibaldi, desist  from any plans beyond the conquest of Naples 'I   Thc King of Piedmont,
it is  well   known, annexed Tuscany and the Legations
contrary to the will of his great ally.    Will thnt ally be
ready once more  to shed the blood of  his  supjects in
! oiilcr to protect Piedmont from the consequences of
| her own ambition '.'   Will Prance suffer the land of St.
! Peter, which   may be  said   to  be  under  her  especial
| guardianship, to be snatched  from the Pope by I'ieel-
' inont. or  the tottering throne of Naples to bc restored
and upheld by Austria ?
Every one must answer these questions according to
the extent of his knowledge and the degree of his penetration. Wc have thrown them out to show how
little even in ,uc present apparently prosperous state
of her affairs, Italy is really mistress of her ou n destiny
and how much that destiny depends on two absolute
monarchies, one of whom has proved hitherto but a
hollow friend, the other a persevering and remorseless
enemy. We arc well aware how vain it is in the very
moment of success to preach moderation to a nation
elated by unlooked-for good fortune, justly proud of its
new position, and naturally iuclined to over-estimate its
own resources, and to under-value the power that still
remains in the hands of a beaten enemy. In this instance as in so many others in life, the half is more
than the whole, nnd Italy would be far more able to retain the acquisition she Has made if she would stop
short in mid career than she will bc if she follow out
to the utmost tV" scheme upon which violent nud
revolutionary cpitnscls are pushing her. * *
Affairs are far-.oo complicated, passions fiir too much
inflamed, antf interests too deeply compromised to allow
things to regain as they arc ; and there is but too
much reasifltf to fear that the knot which has been tied
by one sfc-ies of bloody battles may have to be disentangled hf another.
MALE AND FEMALE EMPLOYMENT.—Geo. W
Chapin k Co.'s Male and Female Employment Office,
under the supervision of the Young Mens' Christian
Assoeintion. Particular attention paid to supplying
private families with servants of all kinds.
Also, have a llouse Brokerage, and Real Estate
Agency Oflice, collect Bills, Bents, etc.
GEO. W. CHAPIN k Co.,
fl5-tc N. E. cor. Clay and Kearny streets.
AMES PATRICK & CO.
.•''■" ARE   REGULARLY   IN   TIIK   RECEIPT  OK
BPTTER, ('LEAK BACON HIDES, HAMS, AND PORK
CANDLES,—Hydraulic, Pressed and Adamantine.
LARD—"J. U.'k Co.'s" 10-lb cans, in 120-lb. cascs.
NAIL—Old Colony and Pinker .Mills, assorted sizes
-\. 0. SUGAR, half barrels.
DRIED APPLES, half barrels.
ALSO,
nave  for sale, in store and   to  arrive, the following
well known brands of
VIRGINIA MANUFACTURED TOBACCO.
Three-fourths of them are direct from the manufacturers, consequently can he offered at"
comparatively low prices:
Half-Pounds.
T. & S. Hardgrove's Peach .
Turpin k Ynrbrough's Apricot;
J. II. Greaner's Pride ol the Union
A. L. Royster's Fruit;
W. Greaner's Sun;
T. k S. Hardgrove1 Golden Gate;
A. L. Royster's Invincible;
A. L. Royster's Mary's Own ;
Harvey Birch ;
Knickerbocker;
Pomona and Queen of Hearts.
Bright Pounds.
Peerless—T. k S. Hardgrove;
Gold Leaf—John II. Greuncr;
Gallego—Clopton;
J. M. Langhorn k Co.'s Extra;
Brewer's Gold Leaf;
Murrell k Burke's Sun-Cured ;
Rockaday—Golden Seal;
Giraltla, Wine Sap, etc.
Bright Iliilf-Pounds.
Gold Leaf—J. II. Grcanor;
Pippin—John W. Young;
Wine Sap—George \V Gillian
Fancy Tobaccos
Invincible Twist;
Planter's Pride Twist, in foil;
Wine Sup Twist;
Atlantic Cable Tw'st, in foil;
Perfect Love, smah plugs ;
Gainc Cock Twist, in foil.
Smoking Tobacco.
Ilardgrovc's Peerless, Kiliikinick and Riddick's Gold
Leaf.
Fine Out.
John Anderson & Co.'s Solace.
Snui,
Lorillard's Coarse Rappee and Mncnboy.
For sale bv single case or package.
FINE HAVANA SEGARS.
Bv each  Steamer we are in receipt of thc Choicest
Brands of Havana Segars, selected  by our  house in
Havana (Patrick y Ca.) especially for this market.
The above goods arc offered to the trade by the single case or package, by   JAMES PATRICK & CO.,
Ill 10-1 >-
San Francisco.
JONAS    G.   CLARK    &   CO.,
IMPORTERS   AND   MANUFACTURERS  OP
FURNITURE      A N D      B E D D I N G
of every  description,
128, Washington   streeet, San  Francisco.
40 and 61", Fourth street, iietwocn ?; and K streets,
Sacramento.
Hunter street, between Main and Levee, Stockton.
.A,,,] First street, Snn Joso. je20-3m
FRASER RIVER PICKLED AND SMOKED SALMON
I^OR SALE a large quantity of Pickled and Smoked
4   Salmon, cured this season in the best style, by the
.'■oncer fisherman, - & ^^
Fort. Langley,
Any  orders  left with   the Purser of the   steamer
C.l, Moody, will meet with prompt attention.    Prices
,     ,   ■" nulS-Um
moderate.
W. J. ARMSTRONG k BRO.,
Opposite  Liverpool  Wharf,
•  Columbia-street, New TOetisttaster
WHOLESALE & RETAIL DEALERS In Groceriu
Provisions,  Hardware, Crockerywure, Paints,
Oils, Fanning Implements, Mining Tools,
Ladies' and Gent's Boots and Shoes,
kc, kc, kc
Agent JKFFRAY & CO.'S Frascr River Express.
iii'.8,3m
100 tons HAY for Sale,
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JAMES PATRICK, and Co., Sail Francisco,
ml)21 tc Sole Agents for California.
BEES!     B E E S I !     B E E S I !
—FOR SALE   I1V—
J.     Y.     WILSON,
NO.    10,   CoMMERCIAL-STREET,  SAN    FRANCISCO.
I OFFER for sale a large number of fine swarms o
California Bees, in every kind of moveable-framc
Hive woithy of mention.
These Bees wcre bred in Alameda county, under the
supervision of Mr. N. W. Palmer, one of the most skillful Apiarists in the Slate.
The extensive manner in which I have engaged in
the Bee business gives me extra facilities for furnishing
Bees in stronger and healthier Swarms, and nt a lower
hate than any other dealer in the state.
Full instructions for the management of Bees, and
nil particulars respecting them enn bc had by applying
to J. Y. WILSON,
at the Oregon nnd California Provision depot
No. 19, Commercial-street, San Francisco,
fic^" Parties wishing Bees can have them forwarded
by Wells Fargo  k Co.'s Express to any part of California, Oregon, Washington Territorv, or  British Columbia. jul3-e."m
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Drugs, Medicines, Paints, Oils, AVhite Lend, Camphene
Alcohol, Coal Oil and Coal Oil Lamps,
GARDEN, FRUIT, FLOWER. AND FIELD SEEDS.
Agents for all thc celebrated Patent Medicines.
Orders promptly filled at San Francisco rates.
all-Gm
&£v:rawd
ARE tho most refreshing and acrccalilotonic ever
produced, being niuuul'actineif irom the puro
Jnico nf the Grape, Imparts to tho whole. sy,-t"m
health, vigor and strength. It ia a sure preventive of
all diseases of a billions nature. Ciwtlvaness, Indigestion, Fever nml Ague, nnd removes from tlie
stomach nil dullness nf action;
For Side by nil the Druggists nnd Liquor Dculera
throughout the United States.
GEO. T. GRIMES,
. .■ San Francisco.
Solo Agent for Sau Francisco.
VICTORIA   DRY   GOODS STORE.
K. GAMBITZ,
TATES  STREET,  VICTORIA,
at   his    FIRE-PROOF STORE,  where he   is constantly  supplied  with  New  Goods by every
steamer, and hns always on hand 3
splendid assortment of
CLOAKS   AND   MANTILLAS,
Silk, Velvet, and  Cloth.   Also a large variety of fine
Silks and Bonnets.
An excellent variety of Alexander's
KID   GLOVES, and a full assortment of Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods, fine Frock Coats;   Dress
Coats; Over Coats; Vests and Pantaloons
of different colors ;   Fashionable Silk
Hats.     Gilt Cornices, Curtain
Rings,   Window    Shades,
of all eolers, French
Cassimeres, Broadcloth, Beaver, and Pilot.
Also—a full assortment of  Tailors'  Trimmings.
FAMILY  FURNISHING  GOODS
Shawls,  Alpacas,   Merinos,  Do.Laines,   Furs,   Gloves,
Riding   Hats,  Gauntlets,  Cloaks,  Mantillas,   Velvets,
Embroideries, Ribbons, Laces, Carpets, Rug3, Druggets,
Oil-Cloths, Paper Hangings, Mattings, etc., etc.,
nnd all other goods pertaining to the
business, at thc lowest prices.
N. B.—All orders from British Columbia, Oregon, or
Washington Territory, by express or otherwise, will be
promptly atttended to.
mlO-ly K. GAMBITZ.
BANK OF BRITISH NORTH AMERICA.
ESTABLISHED  IN   183G.
Incorporated by Royal Charter in  1840.
CAPITAL, $5,000,000
VICTORIA BRANCH.
Special Deposits received in sums of $100 and upwards, re-payable on demand. Charge for safe
keeping, one-quarter or one peb cent, per month.
Gold Dust received for safe keeping, at the rate Oi
five cents per oz. per month.
Drafts Issued on London 60 days after Sight, at
the rate of $4 95 per £1, stg.
3 days after sight, (ill sums of £50, and upwards)
S5, per £1 stg.
3 days after sight (in sums under £50) $5 10, per
£1, sterling.
Drafts on demand or at short sight, issued on the
principal Cities nnd Towns in Scotland and Ireland, at
the rate of!?5 15 per £1 stg.
Drafts on the principal Cities in the North American
Provinces, at 3 days, as follows:—
Canada, 4 per cent, premium.
New Brunswick 4      " "
Nova Scotia 2J    " "
Drafts or. New York, at 3 days, 3 per cent.prem'am.
"     "    Messrs. B. Davidson k May, San Francisco
at sight—par.
Oflice hours 10 a. m., to 3 p. m.—Saturday 10 to 1 o'clock.
F. W. WOOD,
Manager.
Victoria, March 17, 18G0. tc
NEW     GOODS.
RECEIVED at Stationers' Hall, a large addition to
our stock of
BOOKS   AND    STATIONERY,
carefully selected from a well-filled market, containing
many New and Popular Books among them.
STATIONERY,
both low priced and superfine, of every description, in
lots, to wholesale or retail.
A   Beautiful   -Assortment   of
GOLD   PENS,   AND   FINE   POCKET   CUTLERY.
Also,—Many nrticles  of .Staple and Fancy /Stationery,
and .Standard aud Miscellaneous Books heretofore not to bc hud in this market.
HIBBEN k CARSWELL,
jul3-lm Yates-street, Victoria.
SOUTHGATE k MITCHELL,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Albert Wharf, Victoria,
Vancouver Island, and Battery-street, San Francisco, Caliorcia. 17m3m
FURNITURE.
BY LATE ARRIVALS, tho undersigned hare re
ceived additions to their hitherto well-assorted
stock of Furniture—and now offer
Painted sets, ten pieces ;
Extension Tables, 8 and 10 feet long;
Centre Tables, serpentine nnd round ops, assorted
sizes;
Card Table, harp and square pillars
Common Tables, 2J, 3, and 3J long;
Bedsteads, Mahogany, French, Cottage, double and
single ;
Lounges, spring seats, in damask and leather covers;
Sofas, spring scats, hair cloth, with rouud and pillow
ends ;
Desks, with fall and door fronts ;
Cheft'oniers, walnut and mahogany carved fronts, 3
shelves, fret work;
Bureaus, one-half marble top, scroll and painted pine,
4 and G drawers ;
What-nots, walnut and mahogany, 5 and 6 shelves ;
Mirrors, in gilt and mahogany frames, assorted sizes,
for parlors, chambers, and saloons;
t.'h'!i!r-u'3 Cribs and Cradles, also High and Ler
Ctiairs, assorted sizes;
Chairs, Mahogany, lluir-cloth, spring seats, cane and
wood seat, office, *iak, dining, Grecian cane, heavy barroom, and common wood seat;
Rockers, spring seats, muhog-ny and cane scats snd
backs, sewing and arm ;
Sinks, Washstands, Chair Cushions, Coverlets, Towel
Racks, Willow Cribs, kc.
—also—
BEDDING,
Puln, Curled Hair, Moss, Wool, and Stra* Mattresses,
best Feather Pillows, all sizes ; in the manufacture of
■which wc use nono but the best materials, and guarantee our work.
PIERCE k SEYMOUR.
Broad-street, between Yates and View streets.
Victoria, V. I., April 11,18C0. 3m
VICTORIA PRICES CURRENT AND SHIPPING LIST.
PUBLISHED every fortnight in timo for tlio California
Mail /Steamer. Tho prices Current contains the
correct and authentic rates and prices of all descriptions of articles in the Victoria market, as well as reliable reports of tho state of trade, shipping, ftct It is
as invaluable as an index and commercial authority to
every merchant and tradesman as it is a desirable
medium for advertising. Printed for A. F, SLvm at
the offico of the V. I. Gazette, Victoria.
GROVER    b    BAKER'S
New style noiseless
FAMILY   SEWING   MACHINES,
From §75 upwards.
THEY were awarded Two Premiums at the State
Fair I One for machine sewing, and the only Premium
for Fancy Quilting and Embroidery.
These machines sew from two spools, as purchased
from the store, requiring no re-winding of thread, and
finishing each seam by their own operation, without
recourse to tho hand needle, as is required by other
machines. On account of their simplicity, durability,
case of management, and adaptation to all varieties of
family sewing, they execute either heavy or fine work
with equal facility, and without Bpccial adjustment.
Thc new machines introduced by thc Grover k Baker
Sewing-Machine Company, arc of elegant finish, and
their operation is rapid and very quiet. The ease with
which they can be managed is a distinguishing feature,
and the stitch is the strongest, handsomest, and most
elastic of any made.
Send for a circular.   All machines warranted
Silk, cotton, needles, etc., always on hand.
R. J. BROWN, Agent,
m2l-tc 18, Montgomery street, San Francisco.
THE BLESSING OF HEALTH
BY
HOLLOWAY'S     PILLS.
VHiy arc Diseases so Fatal in Tropical Climates f
Merely because we prescribe for their effect, instead
of their cause, and try to relieve symptoms instead of
strikiug nt their root. The action of these Pills is precisely the reverse. Tbey expel from the secretive organs and the circulation the morbid matter which produces inflammation, pain, fever, debility, and physical
decay; and tbe basis of disease being removed, ita
manifestations vanish. While ordinary remedies only
afford a temporary respite to the sufferer, whereas these
Pills annihilate the disorder.
Ill Health in Hot Countries!
Frequently arises from nervous disorders affecting
the action of the heart and deranging the whole animal economy ; these fine Pills will restore the nervoua
systom however deranged, and bring back health and
spirits when all other medicine has failed.
Bilious and Liver Complaints.
Frequently lead to tbe worst phases of human suffering, yet how many in the East and West Indies, and
most of our Foreign Possessions, are thus afflicted, un-
know ing the means of cure placed within their grasp j
such should take a few boxes of these Pills according
to the directions given in the books, and their ailments
will quickly leave them.
Dropsical Swellings and Turn Of LifCi    ■
This is a most disastrous period in woman's history,
it destroys thousands, the whole of the gross humors
collect together, and like a tide sweep away health and
life itself, if not timely and powerfully checked. The
most certain remedy for all these dangerous symptoms
is Holloway's Pills. Armed with this great antidote,
the fiery ordeal is passed through, and the sufferer is
once more restored to the possession of unimpaired
health. These Pills are equally efficacious in all female complaints, and obstructions at the dawn of
womanhood.
Stomach and Liver Complaints.
These are complaints of the million, particularly of
those in warm latitudes ; few escape them; and, if
neglected, Ihey lead to innumerable dangerous maladies.
But why neglect them when Holloway's Pills Will eradicate them as certainly as water extinguishes fire?
They relieve the bowels, pnrify the fluids, and invigorate the system and the constitution at tbe same time.
They are admitted by virtue of special decrees into the
dominions of despotism, and thus have become a great
household remedy.
Dysentery and Bowel Co?nplaihiit.
These famous Pills should be taken once or twice a
week by all classes in this part of the worldj by which
means, none need fear the attacks of these direful
scourges.
A Word to Females:
The local debility and irregularities which are tho
special annoyance of the weaker sex, and which, when
neglected, always shortens life, are relieved for tho
time being and prevented for the time to come, by a
course of this mild but thorough alterative.
Holloway's PUU are the best remedy known m the world
for the following diseases :■
Bilious Complaints
Blotches on the
skin
Bowel Complaints
Colics
Constipation ot the
Bowels
Consumption
Debility
Dropsy
Dysentery
Venereal Affections
Erysipelas
Female Irregularities
Fevers of all
kinds
Fita
Gout
Head-ache
Indigestion
Inflammation
Tumours
Worms of all
kinds
Stone and Gravel
Liver Complaints
Lumbago
Piles
Retention of Urine
Scrofula, or King'*
Evil
Sore Throats
Secondary Sympt
Tic Douloureux
Ulcers
Weakness, from
whatever cause,
Sold at the establishment of P&OFEssqa Hoeioway,
244, Strand, (near Temple Bar) London, also by all
respectable Druggists and Dealers in medicines throughout the civilized world.
g£g° There is a considerable saving by taking tho
larger sizes.
N. B.—Directions for the guidance of patients in
every disorder ore affixed to each box.
CURTIS k MOORE, Agents, Yates-st., Victoria.
G.    VIGNOLO,
IMPORTER   and  Dealer in   Havana Cigars,  and
• CigaritoSj Johnson-street, opposite Wharf-street,
Victoria. " ml"-3in
CHOICE  OLD WINES AND  BRANDIES.
W.   H.   OLIVER,  	
IMPORTED AND WHOLBSALB DEALKB IS
FINE OLD WINES, BRANDIES, J* SPIRITS
Johnson street, Opposite Wharf street,
Is in constant receipt, by every arrival, of new and
fresh goods belonging to the trade, in bulk and cases.
Traders, dealers, and Proprietors of Bars, aro invited
to call and examine my stock, whore they will find a
most complete and full assortment of everything comprised in the Liquor Hue*, and at the lowest prices.
BUPBBIOB   CAtlPOBNIA   WIS",
a very choice, light, and pure wine for family use, in
cases and packages.    Its purity can bo depended upen,
and is worthy the attention of all connoisseurs.
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J.   B.   PAINTER,
fgllOOHSUOa TO o'i-baba * painibb)
THANKFUL for the past favors shown the late firm
would respectfully inform Printers tu»v Owing to Increased^ aciUties, and recent instructions from tho
Foundry, he is now prepared to sell Plain and Orna*
wental Typo. Presses, Printing Material, Paper, Card*
and Printers' Stock generally, IWi, Clay-atreet, near
Sansomo, San Francisco.
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TIIE NKW WESTMIN.-TKU TIMES.
Tbis journal is published ever.- Saturday morning
at the oflice, fei'imbia-trect. New Westminster, in
time for the up river and Victoria steamers. Single
copy, price Is., or 25 cents. Tern:- •■•.•r quarter, lbs..
e.r $2.50; half-yearly, i'is.. or S'."''. and yearly,
£1  io-   or S7.50.
should not be devoted at all hazards to the     Ab_*t_-_.-t_c
o „ , rtti_      i   . !at  *«*  Vteiit_:n
furthering of sueh a scheme.    The duty on ■ ji.,Vcr. p.ciaharli.
for thc latelv  Si
}■
iid in advance.
AGENTS F9.RTHE NEW WESTMINSTER TIMES.
Victobia—W. F. Hkiike. Yates-street.
Yale—Mr. Humpiiukv.
Port Dooolas—Mr. Thos. Cooper.
Fort Hope—Mr. J. II. Me-rrit.
SutMlLEOMEES  AXii U.K.K  CbEEE.
San Pbascisco—Mr. Tuos. Boycb, corner Montgomery aud Washington-streets.
Cayoosh—Mr. A. MacDonald.
Nanaimo—Mr. M'Inncs.
Losdo»—Messrs. W. I.. Kirkland and Co., (Evening
Mailj No. T, King William-street, Strand.
in rranciseo to 1
onsists principal
rought three ; ass
V.-.le.—The- ::.'..
greeably su:; ri
Col.  '.'
£ CO..     •
;.- of  bai
.1 -*■-:;
the   necessary   importations
arrived immigrants the fir-tyear would cover
fully one-half the expense of bringing them
to the country, and the increase in revenue for
a  number of years at least would le, in this  _aving"take_ upon hin:
respect almost in a geometrical ratio.   At all   Ms steamer to that*
1 ,,,1^1 * t!'*« prevalent fallacv of the
events some means should be taken at once  v,-.. b-r «eam communit *
to place the advaritages asi   inducements    ear that has. u> a wrtma exu
which British Columbia presentsjx. intending
emigrants, in a proper  manner before  the
people of Great Britain.
missic arrived yesttrdav
s consigned to  Messrs'.]
made the voyage from
i  15 days.    Her cargo
■  and  bav.      She also ,
,      I
this  town were rather
LATKST intelligence.
The following items of news arc taken from the Col-
onitft summary, from California dates to the :ird inst.,
per W.ll. Scrnnton:—
The- l.- •■■ -  ol Gen. Walker's capture- is confirmed by
this ari
pre
ani
ally
ion "good-.
I-
ir.if,
rian
if Gen. Wa
val. He was seized by the- British war steamier
on the 7-ii ult.. and delivered over to the IIon-
authorities. His men numbered 80, and were
stitute and many sick. It is reported that he
len 1 to bc hung or shot, with one- Col. Kndley.
nainder of his Bang will be  sent back  to the
aud removing the- bug
SCALE OF CDARGI
S FOR .
VbVKRTl
SINC
cts.
Oxn Inch, or ckder—One
insertion....
..    1
25
»              '•           One
month
.    1
00
"              "           Tin-
_'(•    Ill'illt
...
.  10
00
'•'              "           Six-
months.
.  17
50
Two Inches, or: less—1 Ine
insert i(
n	
0
00
«               '•           tine
month.
.    0
00
"              •<           Three montl
.  17
50
"              "          Six
months.
. 30
00
Font Inches, on less—One
insertii
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»              "           One
month..
. 11
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ii              ii           jhre
c  iii'.iit!
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. 30
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Advertisements of larger
dimens
on.'.
or :
or lc
nge
periods as per agreement.
NOTICE TO _
DVERT
ISER
s
Steam Navigation . '-.-•■■ ; i= expected .     - t ■-:■ ■••
the  course o!" -.lie  :.  it I     lb to  ply  t i  -•
Westminster and rale.    Thc  trail :     i  "**■'
i Boston Bar will  also s.   .. ■-      mpl ted, v
.   . [ Yaleites will no donbt receive that reward, in tni sna|
There arc some individuals, who. in their idiosm- ! of abundance of traffic, which their enterprise and per-
  ,, '        severance so justlv ir.t-nt.
cracies. resemble raucu the incimcat gambler.    An un-| '          ,v .-   • .
New Wkstmisstee Psodccts.— «e are -..--. .o oo-
lucky throw, a false step, an unfortunate blunder, is ! scrvc thfU y-,.,0-j., *3 already importing vegetables
certain to produce a wild and extravagant attempt to , grown in this city. Several of the restaurants in the
recover lost ground, generally resulting in a still further | former town having been lately  supplied with celery
amp.
The
ofthe Hudson Bav
'an_4a-F<wt-
,il in a  Spanish
Gcon»e Simpson, Governor
iuy,_dled fitc-nti*. st Ladrine Ci
king ot Saplcs hn« left the caj
vessel for Gaetca. ■■■     . ...
Garibaldi was at Cara, 28 miles from Naples, on
the ,:t!i ult., and wns expected to remit the capital
on the 7th. Ili3 advanced guard reached Palermo
..ni iln- 6th. Naples continued tranquil.
Insurrectionary movements had broken out at Resaxo,
and the insurgents had attacked and defeated the Papal
:r. ..-'S.
In     inSUT
.shall include every descrim*
iniiiiiile personal property, except such assh,u? °f '"•
Hy employed  for thc purpoies of citrriam „r'*ctl--
oods:    as   Waggon.,    Drays,   Packsaddl..   i 01*J"
tual use, and the like. «*»«uie»   ltt ^
VIII.   There shall be exempt from all d,,.,.
under this Act : WX* P"}al,|e
1st-   The food, necessaries, tools and material. ,
fide  taken and supplied  to  persons  workiin,       w"
Roads. g °" saij
2nd.   Miners' packs carried by the owner. .„*
exceeding 301bs avourdupoia in weight fore-a,!      H
load.    Provided   nlv.nvs   that it -l.nit i... ... „ r-'uiij
ac.
Provided   always  tl
direct that the duties i
it shall be Inwful fol
Executive to direct that the duties imposed b, ,|,-r„""
clnniiiiiiin shall nol bo levied on fcOodg ai-tuall,- i , ro*
ing .- and bono by Indians, or bomfide mL^0*
ami tnlii-n by the occupiers of anv ianth •ii.i-!r'i>' to
miles  of For! Vale.   Port ii..,.,-   „V„i !....._,   "Illn .»
be-Ii,!,
lands
ale,  Port Hope
fide use- upou such lands.
This Proclamation may on all occasions be
a"d^g'-".or"C
toads Tolls Act, I8C0:*' -"""oeeluj
Issiit-tl under  the Public Seal
an
All AdvertUcmcnts for insertion in thc New Westminster Times must I - j' .i I in advance. Those for Ionizer periods than one month arc required to be paid for
each month in advance.
plunge in error or misfortune.     The Colonist,  some (
little time ago, in one of its not infrequent fits of mental ■
obfuscation, made an insulting attack fin the people of i
I British Columbia generally and the inhabitant, of New i
I Westminster in particular.    We took it to task for sueh j
wanton and stupid abuse.     Smarting  under this well-
merited infliction, and discovering that it had made- an
egregious blunder in   its puerile- attempt to throw ridicule- on the people of New Westminster, it makes a wild
and headlong but laughable attempt to gain some kind
of pity, compassion, or fame, from the  people  of this i
colony, by pretending to advocate representative insti- I
tutior.s.   In Wednesday's issue it endeavors to criticise I
our article on representation of British Columbia.    In a j
very humorously egotistical manner it says : -. Following j
in the wake  of the Colonist the Times  has advocated
over and again thc immediate establishment of a repre-
sentative government.'    The idea of the New West- '
mixstee Times following in the 'wake' of the Colonist
is as funnv as that of the Great Eastern steaming in the
and other vegetables
The Eliza Andbr
again to he placed on i
oai New Westminster,
.v.—This well known stc
.::. r IS
route between  Victoria and
this Port durin-'the ensuing week.    This arrangm ut
cannot out be beneficial to  the travelling community.
OZONE.
j     The  following  description of thc  peculiarities and
• properties of Ozone has been sent to us by a scientific
gentleman  of New  Westminster which may prove in-
i tcrcsting to our readers :—
This substance, of considerable interest to thc chemist and  to  the  ir-etcr
Vict, t
Kapi
desii   i
. i
fere.
An  i
; insurge
News
rcpre.se
j land, N
The
had broken  nut   at   Lalo, where j
iucI  was proclaimed.
reported to have said that his sincere
Italy  free-:   and that if Austria  should
ii an ! prove successful, he should inter- i
I
ti -.'.  had taken place in Bcsyro.    40u '
_tt    '    I and defeated the Papal troops.
I ..-. San Francisco from Now Zealand,
_■   .: ' ittic had been fought near Auck-
said Colony,
of tilt
J
at Victoria, Viimn,,,--' ',"*
" o'oXr/i;
the   year   of our Lord one "th^1
eight hundred and sixty, in the
fourth   year   of   Her ' it
by me,
twt-niv.
lJe5,.v'8 rein
7..
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JAMES DOUGLAS
I'.y Ills Excellency's command.
Wili.am A. (!. i'otrso,
Acting Colonial Secrclarr
G<i|> SAVE THE QUEEN.
!•.
En
il; the
ipeani
i:al   observer, was firs:
tt-cted in the
• .'•••-.Irs to bi
Oxygen  '-'.is
atmosphere  by Scbonbrin, in   1848.    Ii
a peculi rly ai tive form of" a portion of
which  is  a I onstituent  of  the   air we
many it is considered to be Oxygen in an
electrified  state.     Certainly  it almost  invariably ac-
:.:e-s the exhibition of electrical phenomena, and
it has  been noticed that its amount seems to vary in a
ratio corresponding with the electrical intensity of the
atmosphere.
Ozone is a very energetic agent, rapidly combining
with or i hanging most animal matters, depriving putrid
lefo lUfstiiiin.strv  $m%.
•    e. I    >
Iphurctted hydrog
course of our little ' Caledonia.'    If thc Colonist has an
ambition that anv journal should follow in its 'troA-e' ' ' " "' smeU: aild;*'- = 'r
* a  verv noxious  product ot  decomposing organic sub-
it must be less asleep on matters of colonial policy and 5tance3—indeed it seems to be- one of the compensating
history than it ha3 hitherto been.     It must  iearn that agencies ever emploved in counteracting thi
Li gislative Councils arc neither experiments norraritic- ':-    '- ' :
in the infancies  of British colouie-s—that,  with  the
latter,  l1"1'..    After
took  two forts  and
lbe natives retired with a loss of 300 killed.
l"ji to thc 26th July, the allies have done nothing in
China. The French had left Chefoo in 64 vessels, and
the British had sai'.-'l from Taiel-whan in 200 "rcssels,
i ith bound for the Peiho forts. It is thought they
-..   ... I attack the Chinese on the 1st of Aug.
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
PROCLAMATION.
}y His Excellency JAMES DOUGLAS,
the ni" i Honorable Order ofthe Ba
Comm inder-in-Chicfof British Colli
r.il of the same.
s.
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■ •>■
P
X
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T
'. Companion of
:h. Governor and
nbia, Vicc-Admi-
20th Aug
w
IEREAS, under and by virtue of an Act of Par- 1
ide
ust, 1800, Re.
(signed.)
in   the-   -i SS
mi
of
vears of tin-
It.-i
gn
linment,  made  ami passed
, Parliament held in the 21st ami -J'Jn.1
r employed in counteracting the deleterious ! of her M„i,„tv Qncen Victoria, entitled an Act to pro-
ay. and in preserving tne normal condition   vjdc ror t,,(, :.u„venun,nl of j;i*".ti.l.   Columbia,"  and
Uzoue has a
I
>l til   16 0.
Deputy Collector.
NKW WESTMINSTER, .-'.
'RDAY, OCTOBER
Above all tlie subjects that should engross
lbe attention of the Government of a new
Colony that ofthe Land question undoubtedly
-stands pre-eminent    For whatever may be
Hope, and in numerous  other smaller branches of the
colonial family this hits been invariably the custom.    A
J partially  nominative and  elective  council  is also far
ber may undergo a gradual decimation, but
the land is imperishable- A too stringent
guard, consistent with moderate terms of
purchase, can, therefore, scarcely be held
over this portion of the "people's heritage."
The recent liberal reduction in the price of
land by the Home ooveriiment, although the j
greatest  and most substantial boon that has j
from  being an  experiment,   as our  contemporary
CO
It E S P U N D E N C E
shall allow our readers  full li'ierli/ to I
piic-ro lias consiueraoie enect upc
frame. It has been noticed that large quantities of
Ozone are- frequently attended with catarrhs and influenzas, and it was observed that during :he months, of
1849, in  which the Cholera raged in London, the pre-
the resources ofthe country in minerals, tim- | goin, . lhUe out « il3 usual C0UKeand~giving th'e I Sell M?"«"^«^d ta£i tot^
ber, or   Other products of a similar character, j history of some- of the more important British colonics, j formei years.
the oulv real permanent source oi wealth  is ' a careful perusal, will quickly learn.    But thc Colonist 1, V\v ""'^fel "i,s- for 0z?ne are, PaPcrs PrcPn1rc,a withr
,     , ,,   l , , , ,„„ .. . _.  , ,      , , Iodide  of  Potassium  and starch, or with -.iiiphnte oi
the land.    Mines may become exhausted, tun- j has distorted our argument,—we only advocated a par-   jiaffDesia.    These afford varying shades of color, ac-
' tially nominative council as  a contingency, on full re- I cordinw to the amount present.
presentation and manhood suffrage not being granted.
We arc quite certain the inhabitant- of British Columbia would much  prefer throwing the responsibility
upon Governor  Douglas of nomiiating members than
accepting a property qualification representation, which,
as we observed, would place thc Franchise of the colony
in the hand- of a few  individuals.     We want  to sec
every individual British miner, laborer,  mechanic, or
, workman of any description in British Columbia posess
yet been granted to the colony of British Co-  a ^ and thc privilege t0 sit M a represcntatire if
luinbia. may prove, in thc end, anything but | his fellow citizens think fit to return him without any
beneficial unless judiciously exercised. An j other qualification than being a British subject. Wc
unlimited system of purchase by auction will , kn°w that the- advocacy of such principles jars on the
certainly  not conduce to the welfare  of the j c"!""<»'* coifservative nerves, and is simply the secret
r       • l-       t    .1 t i of it* bombastic tirade* on British Columbian renre=i-n-
country,  for, in proportion to the cheapness „ " «*ireseu
i tation.     Wc remember weU when  the question of thc
estension of the Franchise came before the-people of]
Victoria.    The Colonist in that instance was as ri*'or- j
ously opposed to  manhood suffrage as  thc most auti- ;
WIIERK.
il is
course of the Fr
the course of thi
.'
of land v. ill be the amount of speculation. Independent of the evil effects which the possession of large tracts of land will ultimately
have on the country in a political light, the
simple fact of the best and most available por-
tions of the colony being taken up by speculators will prove the greatest obstacle lo immigration. AVe hope the Governor will see fit
to crush tbis obnoxious system at once. It
has proved almost the ruin of every colony in
which it has existed. Thousands have left
Australia and have been kept away from that
country through the illiberality of the Lund
laws. There is no excuse tor bad legislation
in British Columbia in this particular. AVe
are not hampered with the "vested interests
that have existed, or do exist in other colonies,
but commence everything, as it wore "tabula
rasa." Thc pre-emption system, as already
existing will not be in the slightest degree in-
terJcrcd with, and we are glad to find that it
is thc intention of thc Government to avoid, in
tho smallest particular distressing, the prc-
emptor. A reasonable time will bo allowed
beforo any of th^ pre-empted lands arc surveyed, at which time the whole ot the purchase-money—a doliar and a quarter per acre
—will require to bc paid. The system of "free
selection," which has worked so admirably in
every country where it has been tried, ought
certainly to bc established in this colony.
L'lidcr this system no man should bc allowed
to purchase from Government more than one
hundred and sixty acres of land. Tho conse.
quencc would be tbe immediate existence of
a population of "bona fide" agriculturalists.
In connexion with this question of land we
have the important one of immigration-   Now
that we are in a position to offer tho newly-
arrived immigrant a farm of land on the most
moderate terms, no time should be lost in inaugurating some scheme for obtaining population-    Every   farthing that can be spared
from tho construction of roads should be  devoted to this object.    In fact, when wo consider the comparative enormous amount of our
revenue this year and the very reasonable anticipation  of its increasing during thc next
twelve months in a similar proportion to tho
past, wc seo uo reason why a certain amount
Under this head we
express their sentiments on all Questions pertaining to the
public good or interest, whether we coincide with those
opinion* or not. We will, consequently, not be responsible, for anything contained in our "correspondence."
I!', would, at lite smio- lime, however, remark thai all
communications mu«l have hona fide signatures, and
written on one side of the papier oiUy. Brevity ulso should
be adhered to.
To the Editor of the New Westminster Time'..
New Westminster, Oct. 13th, 1800.
Sib.—In your paper to day, there is an article headed
'Harrison-Lilloet Route," iu which some remarks are
nade concerning ourselves. If you have published
n from information obtained from others, you arc
as unfortunate as our worthy Bishop Hill- in his occasional papers,—in other words you have been most
egrcgiously "sold,"—for in all the statements regarding
us there is not a single word of truth, an ingredient which
i-  usually requisite to merit in newspaper correspond-
th
quale'! Tory in England—it could not think of giving a
vote lo any man who was not possessed of a £12 r^t.i...
at least—thus disfranchising thc most enlightened portion of tbe population of Vancouver Island. Unfortunately fogyism existed at the time to a great extent,
and the people- wcre, with the assistance ofthe • liberal'
and • enlightened' Colonist deprived of their political
rights—thc result proved, as any one of common sense
might have anticipated, — an incompetent House of
Assembly, and its concomitant—thc almost irreparable
injury of the interests of Vancouver Island. Vet wc
find this same journal, after its political bungling in
the affairs of our neighboring colony, has thc unequalled
hardihood and impudence of attempting to palm off its
gasconade and slang about 'Hermaphrodite Legislature,'
'British constitutional principles,' and 'ring of the
pure metal,' as an honest desire to sec this country
properly represented. Our contemporary will have to
study colonial affairs more closely, become more liberal
and sincere in its political ideas, and endeavor to accomplish, during the next ten years, the same amount
of good as the New Westminsteii Times has done
during tbe last six or .-eveu months, before it can have
thc. slightest hope of attaining that honorable position
which will oblige other journals through necessity to
1 follow in its wake'
. 0 C AL    1 N T !•; 1.1,1 G I-; N C F.
PitocLAMATiox.—We publish in another column a
Proclamation issued by bis Excellency Gov. Douglas
declaring that' a "toil of 50 cents per 100 lbs shall be
levied on all gootls leaving respectively Fort Hope.
Fort Yale, and Douglas. The toils collected to be
placed to tliiTe-rcnt _ccovi_i_, -ninn*'! respectively ■ Fort
Hope Fund,'  ' Yale Fund,
Fund.'
The
money so raised is to bc appl'ic-d to the making and
maintaining ofthe roads from the points at which" it is
collected. This Proclamation comes iu force on the
loth of November, 18.J0.
Tendeiih.—In our advertising columns to-day will be
seen a notice calling for tenders for the delivery of SOU
cords of wood to be delivered at the camp during the
next five months. All tenders arc required to be in
on or before Tuesday, the 23d inst.
Assay.—Wc have been informed by a party who
lately had some Cnrriboo gold assayed at the New
Westminster Assay Ollice, amounting"to 02.00 ounces
which returned Gi.27 ounces, worth $17 C7J per ounce!
The assays lately made in this office have given the
utmost satisfaction to thc parties concerned.
Mail Sional,—Mr. Bnllou says he will hoist a flag
on the steamer only when she has a California mail on
board, nnd another at his express office, that the public
may see for themselves and be prepared accordingly.
In  reply to the- article in question wc  will  simply
First.—That we have never yet owned a boat, or any
interest in one. upon the Anderson Lake; nor have we
ever carried a pound of I'i eight for ourselves cr others ;
nor a passenger across the said Lake.
Secondly.—That as long as we remain in British Columbia, if God is willing, wc intend to transact our own
business in our own peculiar manner, and not allow
ourselves to be influenced in the least by the interposition  of any outside meddlesome newspaper scribblers.
Wc remain,
yours, tfec,
Wiuciit, Scott, k Nelson.
[It affords us much pleasure to publish the above
communication from Messrs Wright, Scott, k Nelson,
and have only to say, in reference to the paragraph in
question, that our information was derived from, ns wc
thought, authentic sources. If such was not the case
wo readily make the amende honorable. AVe presume,
however, that they will not attempt to deny the fnct. of
an opposition bout being on Anderson Lake, and Unit
said bout conveys all their freight, and some passengers
over the Lake. As a matter of course, wc take their
■.\ords for it thai they have no interest in tho concern;
yet the mere fact of their patronage, which is, perhaps, three-fourths of the.whole trade over thu route,
being withdrawn Irom the steamer will just as effoctualy
break down the Company to which sho belongs as
though the "opposition" was owned by the firm of
Wright, Scott, & Nelson. Wc have no desire whatever
to interfere with the business arrangements of those
gentlemen, and arc only anxious that the enterprising-
proprietors of the boats on the several lakes should receive a fair remuneration for the heavy outlay they
have incurred,—lin.]
same, and
great importance to proceed with i
all possible expedition with the construction of the I
[loads now iu progress from Fort Vale, Fort Hope, and j
Douglas through the several passes of the- Cascade
Range of Mountains, viz., from Fort Vale, along the ■
vcr: and from Fort Hope along !
nealla River, and from Douglas
along the course ofthe Lilloet Kiver.
And whereas ns well for thc maintenance ofthe said
several Road ■ i onsidi r tble sums "I money arc required.
And whereas: in the course ofthe past year, the cost
of carriage to points beyond thc stid Mountains has
been lessened hy fully tho moiety thereof (viz.,) by sums
varying from sixpence t" one -hilling on the carriage of
each pound weight avourdupoia.
And whereas petitions have been presented from Fort j
Dope and Fort Vale- praying that such a Toll as here- !
after mentioned may be established and levied, nnd
that the money so raised mny be applied in forming, ,
maintaining und improving the means of land comrou- i
mention from the points at which such Tolls may respectively be levied :
Now.'therefore', I, JAMES DOUGLAS, llo hereby
declare, proclaim and enact as follows :
I. There shall be levied and paid ns, and from the
Tenth day of November uexi, unto and to the use of
Her Majesty, Her Heirs and Successors', the .-um of one
shilling for every Fifty pound weight a".oirdupois of
all goods (nnd i-o in proportion for a greater or less
quantity than "io pounds weight of goods) taken or carried beyond Douglas iu the direction Of Lako Lilloet.
whether on thc Lilloet River on the Trail or Road-
And upon every fifty pounds weight avoirdupois of
all goods taken or carried beyond Fort Yale by land or
water in the direction ofSpuzzein, and of all goods taken
or carried beyond Fort llopo by laud in the direction of
Boston I-:.r or the Shimilkomccn.
II. The duties hereby imposed shall he deemed to
be Customs Duties and shall ba under the care nnd
management of the Collector of Cuaoms for the time
being for the Colony, who by himself, and his officers
shall have all the powers and authorities for the collection, recovery und management thereof, as are under or
by virtue of tbe Customs Consolidation Act lts.*i:i, and
the Supplemental Customs Consolidation Act, 18."i.i,
or either of them, or any other Act or Proclamation,
vested in the said Collector for thc collection, recovery,
and management ol Duties of Customs, nnd all other
powers nnd authorities requisite for levying the said
Duties.
III. Every infraction or attempted infraction of this
Proclamation shall be deemed an act of smuggling, or
attempted smuggling, ns the case mny be, and every
Justice of the Pence iu the Colony shall have all such
powers to deal with every person charged with an offence against this Proclamation as a Stipendiary Magistrate for a Metropolitan District in England has to deal
TENDERS FOB WOOD.
800 cordi
>inc-lotto
cords pei
commend
ntract.
For further particulars apply to
W. DRISCOL GOSSET.
Acting Colonial Coiuniissitry.
New Westminster, Oct. 15, I860.
TF.XDERS FOR COALS.
r I tENDERS arc invited (to be sent tu mc not Inlet
JL than tho 31st ot the month) for the supply ol
lhc Camp. New Westminster, of about lino tons murcoi
less of best Nanaimo Coals, or coals of equally goo.
.|iin!i!,\. The coals must have been screened through
n two-inch riddle, and they will bc allowed to i-utct
duty free.
Address to
W. DRISCOLL COSSET.
Acting Colonial Commissary.
New Westminster, Oct., 15, 18C0.
PUBLIC NOTICE.
r I LENDERS are requested fur the erect:on of u Cnntm j
JL     in the Royal Engineers' Camp, New Wcstminsttii
Plans nnd Specifications to be seen in the Camp.
Tenders must be scut in before noon on Tuesday, the |
Miilh October, addrcssdd to  thc officer connuantlinirtlii
tn.ops, with the words ' Tenders  for Canteen'vtnltri |
on the outside of the envelope.
The lowest, or  any tender not ncccssnrilv ncceptnl,
R. C. MOODY,
Colonel R. E., commanding,
Royal Engineer Cum,),
New Westminster, II. (.'., Oct. 19, icfio.
ii). j
T
person
i charged with smuggling in such Dis
MUNICIPAL COUNCIL.
T O     C t) X T It A C T O R S.
ENDEItS will bc received until Saturday, the'Mil
day of October, at 12, o'clock noon, for chopping I
the trees and underbrush on all the Parks and Sipit"«|
within the city limits.
Specifications can be seen at thc store of S. T. Tillji|
Es(l* •    - A
Tenders to bc endorsed, ' Tenders for Chopping, '"I
addressed to the undersigned.   By order.
VALENTINE   HALL.
Town Clerk-
New Westminster. Oct. S, 1SGII.
MUNICIPAL  NOTICE.
T O     0 O N T R A C T 0 R S .
QEALED tenders will  he.  received until 12 o'i-U^I
15    no.111,1111  the 20th, for constructing a bridgoou'
the ravine, nt Lot H, Block It), in accordance with |'l»'|
and specifications to be seen at the store of S. T. TilltJ|
Esq...
Tenders to lie Endorsed ' tenders for building 1 ridp |
and uddressed to the undersigned.
By order of the Municipal Council.
VALENTINE llAI.h,
New Westminster, Oct. .1, 1800. Town Clcik.
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.
ARRIVALS.
Oct. 12—str Col. Moody, Irving, Fort Hope.
Oct. 12—sch Sarah Newton, Bcyuam,  Port Town-
send, general gargo.
Oct 13—.str Otter, Mouatt, Victoria, general cargo.
13—sch L P Foster, Johnson,  San  Francisco, general cargo.
Oct.  11—sir Henrietta, Inslcy, Douglas,
Oct. 10—str Otter, Mouatt, Victoria, passengers.
19—hark Naramissic,   Willoughby, San   Francisco,
general enrgo.
' ''"liCiCA^i'CRE.S.
Oct. 13—sir Otter, Mouatt, Victoria,  passengers.
Oct. 10—ctr Henrietta, Inslcy, Port Douglas.
18—schr L P Foster Johnson,   Port Townsend,  San
Francisco.
Oct 18—sir Gov. Douglas,   living,  Victoria,   did'nt
STEAJtEii  Gov.   DotKJLAS.—This  steamer started for ; get there !
Victoria nn Thursday last with a large number of I     (i.-t   10—ac
iN
MUNICIPAL  NOTICE.
OTICE is hereby given to owners of town lotsi"|
els, squares, or  other. P<*
of rt-'l
town luts on    tho
properly,  must be  removed at   the cxpcncc
owners.
Bv Order.
VALENTINE HAb*'-
New Westminster, Sept. 20, 1800i       Town ClcrK
passengers and the c.xprefscs, bnt, owing to
Storm on the Gulf of Gcorgiaj slic returnei
Westminster without completing her voyage.
hea
to
Nc-v
Oct. 10—schr Sarah Newton, Bcynain, Victorin.
J li—str Otter, Mouatt, Victoria.
10—str Henrietta, Inslcy, Port Douglas.
with a
trict.
IV. Upon payment of any Duties leviable- under
thi3 Proclamation, a receipt shall be given by the person
receiving the duty, in which shall be given the nature
of the goods, the date of payment, the niinie and address of thc person from whom payment has been received, and of the porson to whom tho goods ure consigned, or (where there shall bc uo consignee) of thc
person to whom the same shall have been given in
charge; nntl such receipt may be in the form in the
schedule hereto, and shall bc signed bv thc person  ap-,    »
pointed to receive '.ho said Duties ; and it shall be law- > il in New Westminster, that unless they I'1'''-3;-1™
fill for any Constable, or for any person thereto author- ! tots cleared on or before the last day of October, t -
izctt by the saidCollector of Customs to demand the pro- : Municipal Council will proceed to clear all lots rcntf" j
dilution  of such receipt by any person found in  charge ! ing uncleared, nt th-> expense of thc owners, ,Tlt"
of goods upon any ofthe Trai s, Roads, orlllvers herein' j'.'ftntliur n-jticc.    And further that all trees fill!"'	
before mentioned: and wherever any goods shall be
found without such receipt, or not fully covc.cd nnd
described in such receipt, or without any person being
in charge, nll-tbo goods so,found shall, until tho cui.<
trary lie proved, be deemed to be smuggled goods, aud
they and all persons connected with the sain •, and the
vehicles and animals on which the same may bc uden
shall be dealt with accordingly.
V. Such portion as shall bc thought lit, not exceeding one moiety of any line which mny be imposed under
this Proclamation may by the convicting Justice in any
case be directed to be paid to, or distributed In sflch
manner as he shall think fit, amongst the person or
persons giving evidence or information leading to the
conviction in such caso.
VI. AH monies received under this Proclamation at
each of the said three Towns shall be carried to seperatc
accounts, entitled respectively the ''Yale Fund,'' the
'•Douglas Fund," nnd^Jjp Fort Hope Fund,'1 and shall
be applicable lo the several purposes aforesaid.
VII. In the construction of this Proclamation the
Town of Douglas shall bc held lo include all places
within a radius of one mile from thc Court House there,
The Town of Fort Yale shall be taken to extend to the
commencement ofthe blasting on tho Kiver shore, and
for the space of 800 yards from the Bridge up tho present mule Trail towards Spuzzein. The Town of Fort
Hope shall include all the space between Frascr River,
the Qtiequcalla untlthcMillntci! Bt Fort Hope.   The ex-
N OTICE,
warned not to ncg'
ocia" I
A LL PERSONS arc hereby „««» -,,r -- fi &0
J\_   for any evidence of indebtedness against ui» "^
ol"t'AYi,on k Co. It being apparent that iort«« •£
fraudulent notes arc in circulation against saw j ■
all persons arc cautioned not to nogoclato for *nJ -g i
claims, And all persons nre further notified tha A
C, Cnllbrcatli is the only person authorised to 00" J
liabilities or  collect debts for  tho lirm of Callow'*
CALLBREATH A <■*
Short Portage, B. C, Oct. 1, 1S60.
J .      HERKIMER,
GROCER   AND   GENERAL   DEALER,
COLUMBIA STllKKT, NEW WESTMINSTIin, ■
IT EEPS constantly on hand a well selected s ^
^ Family Groceries and Provisions.
V THE    NEW   WESTMINSTER   TIMES
_■
govornmont Notices and Proclamations.
V
N 0 T I C E .
Colonial Secretary's Office, :ilst August, 1800.
ft|'!lK GOVERNMENT GAZETTE for British Colum-
IJL l.ia. heretofore published in the Colony of Vun-
HfK. nvei Island, having been discontinued as a separate
tt iiijihlci, notice is hereby given that from this date and
^S: further notice all Government advertisements nnd
^B'iin'i;tiiii'.ii"ii-, ninl other matters useful nud necessary
?,,r genernj inforn.:it>.nii n.'.'l^i_iii'li!.1_Cl'_ will be published
,, ..... columns of iln- Jfim   Westminster Tikes news-
.3 and  such  publication shall  in   nil cases  be
I ki :i ;iini deemed -as publication in  the  Government
mhazctte.
I |iy command of bis Excellency.
WILLIAM A. G. YOUNG,
t Acting Colonial Secretary.
PUBLIC  NOTICE.
1KALED TENDERS will be received at the office of
tin- Chief Commissioner of Lands and  Works.
I..'.nl Engiuccr Camp, up to 12 o'clock on Monday the
li of October next, lor the formation of a Road from
point about four miles  above  lhc It. E. Camp, New
■I' 'cstminstcr,  nearly  opposite   Tree    Island,  to  Fort
^■..lllghv.
I 'flic commencement, line of route, and termination,
Hi. Le laid out by the Chief Commissioner of Lands and
H\ i rks, or bis ngent.
I Tenders to be in duplicate :—Ono slating the amount
Hi. sterling money per mile, il paid I'm' in cash—the
Hi'Iht stating lbe amount  in sterling money per mile if
fi.iid for one-tenth in cash, ami thc remainder in Britisli
'ulumbian   Bonds,   redeemable   in  limn one tn three
curs,  bearing interest at  the rate of six per cent.
i milium.
Tenders io be addressed lo iln- Chief Commissioner
If I.niids  anil   Works. I'.. I'., iln-  envelope  being en-
■orscd   "Tender   for   Langley   Road,"   "Cash,"   or
■ llonds," or "Cash and Bontls," as the case mny be.
For specification nnd further particulars,apply nt the
Ibove ollice.
Tin- lowest or nny tender not necessarily accepted.
Ily order of His Exccllcncv the Governor,
i:. c. MOODY.
Col. It. E., nml Chief Commissioner
of Lands and Works. 1!. C.
Lands nnd Works Department,
New Westminster. 2Hth September, I8U0.
OFFICIAL NOTICE.
I    fei GOVERNMENT ASSAY OFFICE
NEW  .WKSTMINSTKll,   IllllTislI    COLUMBIA.
Septombcr 1st, 18C0.
SSAYS   OF GOLD BULLION  nre made on  the
following terms, ami  under  the  following conditions :—■
I  I,  A receipt  will be given to tin-Depositor for the
bead gross weight of his deposit.
:'. The resulting ingot will bc delivered to nny party
Hi■!inning llie nforcsaid receipt, whether the Depositor
- any ono else, and tbe- party returning thc receipt will
• required to cancel it by his signature at thc time of
'it ing Ihe ingot.
I. Kmli ingot will be stamped with its number, cor-
.-['"iiiliiig to its number in tho ollicial records, with
„- weight, iu ounces nnd decimals of ounces, nnd its
bn ness in thousandths ; nlso wilbn Government Cipher.
it present a crown over the letters VR.
I. With einli ingot will be given a certificate, signed
iv n Government officer, of lhc weight of the deposit
iii'iiic inciting; its weight after; the fineness; the
Oiurgc fur assaying; nml such certificate will have
iblcs of British Mint valuation and of thc latest Snn
rancisco vnluntions, whereby parties may calculate
ir themselves the valuo of the bnr for English or
incriciin markets.
•*.. For all burs not exceeding 50 ounces  iu weight, a
linrgc "I seven  shillings nml six pence (7s. 0d.) ster-
ng will be made, nnd lor every additional lu ounces a
• limi of same, one shilling nml six pence lis. Gd.).
All clips arc retained in the (lov.-tiiiiieiil Assay ollice:
.nt mi lims not exceeding  10 ounces in weight, nllow-
icc will bc made oil'the assay charge, for llie value ol
■ ■ clip.
Askavs ok   OliES  .ire  made at  the  chargo of One
mind i L'l.) for curb specimen experimented upon.
Inn  a  Complete  Analysis or anv Mixkral, Two
uiinds i V2.) is the charge.
W. DRISCOL GO.SSETT.
PUBLIC   NOTICE.
GOVERNMENT ASSAY OFFICE.
\ssnys nre mado with the utmost despatch.
Iilllice open  from   10, n. m.. to -I. p. in., except  on
inner days, when deposits will be received for assay
■■', n. in.
w. DRISCOL GOSSET.
m  H'cstminstcr, Aug. 1, I sen.
NOTICE TO  MARINERS.
Coloilinl .Secretary's ollice. )
loth September, 1800.    |
niE BUO_ on ihe North Sand Head nl the entrance
Frascr River having disappeared, notice is hereby
ifii that the  same  has been replaced by a new Spar
mv, painted  in  vertical linos  black and  while, nml
riuoiintcd bo a basket Beacon painted red.
I In- buoy is In the same position as indicated in Cap-
in Richard's notice, of 24th September, 1859, but is
'» iu 12 feet water at. low water.
WILLIAM A. G. YOUNG,
5w Acting Colonial Secretary.
Treasury or British Coi.umoia, I
Victoria, V. I., .lune I, I860, |
10VERNMENT DRAFTS, at thirty days' sight, are
X   occasionally issued on the Lords Commissioners
Her Majesty's Treasury, London.   For particulars
jl'. i" VV. DRISCOLL GOSSET,
■"' '*-'.• Treasurer.
II  K N   It V      II 0  L I! R 0~0 K~
C G M M 1 S S I (t N     M E 11 C II A N T,
Ivcrpool Wharf, Columbia-street, New Westminster,
Brilish   Columbia,
t)0NDED STORAGE always rondy for 500 tons of
^1 goods, nml   every accommodation   for  landing
.ii iniiniise on bis whnrf;   wharfage -J cpnts per ton.
Ii'i'i'Siilr ex recent arrivals—
100 sacks Bran,
100 bales California Out Ilav,
50 sacks Wheat,
1000 sacks Barley,
10 sacks Barbers Sugar-cured Haras,
20 firkins Butter,
10 casks S. I. Molasses,
20 cases Preserved Chicken,
20 cases Roast Mutton,
10 cases San Francisco Pilot Bread,
■i cases Java Ground Coffee, kc, kc,
Id n general assortment of goods suitable for ihis
t"'^1* se20-lm
m
ii-
ei
W
11 E X N E S Y ' S      B R A N D Y ,
IN    UM)    DOZEN    CASES.
HENDERSON   k   BURNABY,
II A It K - s T 11 B ll T ,       V I 0 T O II I A .
se29-tc
iAREIl RIVER PICiaED AND SMOKED SALMON
U '''■ SALE a largo quantity of Pickled and Smoked
- mnion, cured this season In tho best stvle, bv ihe
"<-'«' hshcrman,
('.  !I. MORSE,
it Fori Langley,
I- ".'   orders  left   wilh    the   Purser of thc   steamer
Bdi-riitc     lV'l! m<('1 >vi'1' f>r("I,l'1 attention.    Prlcos
aul5-3m
MAYER,  RE1NHART,  k CO.,
WHOLESALE   DEALERS   AND    IMPORTERS  OP
WINES, LIQUORS,  ALES, AND CIGARS
Liverpool Wharf
*■>" E W      w ESTMINSTKR,
I")EG TO INFORM Traders and Miners, and the pub-
)    lie generally, that they now have on hand a large
STOCK  OF
A S SORT E D     .M E R C IIA NDISE,
suitable for
BRITISH   COLUMBIA.
They will hereafter receive all their goods direct from
San Francisco,
nnd be enabled to seU at Victoria Prices.
RECEIVED  EX N.  S.  PERKINS   nml  WAVELET
from San Francisco direct,
200 bbls Golden Age Flour;
100   tlo Golden Gate   do
55   do Eureka do
ii.   tlo Eclipse tlu
25   do Self-rising       do
200 sinks Barley ;
:i"iu snehs Beans ;
•-■nil mats China, No. 1, Bice ;
'.'ilil units China, No. 1, Sugar.
Also for sale, Pork, Bacon, Hams, Lard, Candles, Soap
Cheese, Coffee, Tins, N. O. and S. I. Sugars,
Powdered and Crushed Sugars, Boston Syrups. Assorted Syrups,
Hunt's nnd Collins'
Axes,
Wrought and
Cut Nails, Powder, shot, and
Percussion Cups. Pitch and Tar, all sii-.es
of Hope, and  Bouts' Unrs.
A   LARGE
A SS0RTM EN T   OF   CL 0 THING
Hats,
Caps,       Boots,
Shoes, Tobacco,
Cigars, Stationery,
Perfumery-, Duck. Drilling
Dry,        Fancy,        and        .Millinery        Gootls.
—also—
A large  variety of Ribbons, Bonnet, and  Dress  Trimmings, Musical Instruments, Table nud Pocket Cutlery
Paints, Oils, nnd Dye-stuffs,
FRESH '    GARDEN      SEEDS,
Carpets, Drcogbts, Matting, kc, kc.
in-l-i m
M A V E R,    K E I N II A 1! T,     k     C O •,
FORWARDING AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
NKW   WESTMINSTER,  11.   ('.,
HAVING concluded arrangements for a regular line
ol vessels, to run twice a month direct, from
Sun Fruncisc to this place, would be please 1 to receive
orders for liritish Columbia.
Letters  addressed   to us in  care of Messrs. Mayer,
Reinhart, k Co., Victoria, V. 1.. John Dowar, and O.
II.   Gehricke,  Snn   Francisco,   Ca.,  will   meet  with
prompt attention.
ni21-l in
MACDONALD .v. CO.,
FFICE ON YATES STREET. VICTORIA, pay the
highest  price  for   Gold   Dust.       Issue  Sight
cheques un Messrs. Tnllnnt .v, Wilde, Sun  Francisco, at
•■ par.' ml0-3m
SANDS' SABSAPARILLA,
POR PURIFYING THE BLOOD,
AND FOB ."'.IK CUKE OF
Scrofula, Mercurii" ifeeascs, Rheumatism, Cutaneous
Eruptions, Stu__i>-.i Ulcers, Liver Complaint. Dyspepsia, Bronchitis, Salt Rheum, Lumbago, White
Dwellings, Hip Disease, Enlargement of the
Bones and Johns, Fever Sores, Female
Complaints, Erysipelas, Loss of Appetite, rimplcs, Biles, General
Debility, &c, &c.
It lins long loon a most Important doslileratum In tlip practice
of iiH'ilioini-, to obtain a remedy similar tu tilts, nml accordingly
wo find it resorted to almost universally in all thoso tormonttng
ellEeaso& of tlio skin so trying to the pationco, and Injurious to
the health.    It Is a tonic, aperient, ami disinfectant    It acts
ttmultaneously upon the stomach, the ciiicci-ation, ami llie
bowels, ami Hum three processes, which are ordinarily tlie result
of TiniKK different kinds of medicine, are carried on at tho same
time through tho Instrumentality of this one remedial agent
Its great merit is, that it meets anil neutralizes the active prtn
ciple of disease Itself, at'.tl when that is gone, tho symptoms ne
cesurtly disappear.  The rapidity with which tho patient recov
era health nnd strength under this triple Influence is surprising,
REMARKABLE   CURE.
C.VNN Coini-T, Oregon Tor., March 11,15B_,
Messrs. A. O. k I>. Sands, New York: Gentlemen,—In the
spring of 1858, while, on our way from Indiana to this place, our
eldest hoy was seized wilh a swelling and severe pains In the
legs, whieli (lay by day grow worse, unlil bis legs contracted,
and became so painful Hint ho could not walk, and we had la
carry him about like an Infant We readied Albany on the 3d
of October, completely worn out by fatigue. Ily this lime bo
was reduced to a perfect skeleton. Hero we were enabled to
consult a physician (Dr. Hill), who honestly confessed ho could
not cure liini, although bo could givo him mediclno that would
relievo the pain, in this exigency something must bo done, or
death was inevitable. lining recommended to try your Sarsa-
parilla, i procured a bottle. Alter taking some, he appeared
worse; but porsovcrlllg with It 1 obtained a second bottle,
which seenifil to grapple with the disease, and caused a marked
Improvement: Iho swelling and pain in the legs wero reduced,
tils appetite Improved, and lite color began to return. Thus encouraged, 1 purchased a third bottle; while taking It tho swell-
IngS In his legs broke, and miiiic pieces of bono one-eighth of
tin Inch long ciiino out, after which his legs stralghlened and
healed up. IlO is now perfectly recovered, has no nppearanco
nf being a cripple, and enn perioral most kinds of common labor,
us all our neighbors can certify.   Yours, respectfully.
Prepared and sold by A. B. <fc I). SANDS, Wholesale
Druggists, 100 Fulton-street corner of William, Now York.
].'i,rsalobvI>K\VITT. KITTLK k Co.,II..JOHNSON k Co.,
nut! KlX'l.VQTO.V k Co., San Francisco! HICK k COFFIN
Marysville; K. II. McDONALD lc. Co., Bacramenlo; and by
Druggists generally.
ROMAN EYE BALSAM,
FOR INFLAMED EYELIDS.
Tito delicate structure of the eyelid renders it peculiarly sen
Bitivj and liable to disease. Whim, from any cause, il becomes
M.ro-lcil, tho Inner membrane rapidly inflames, and tho eyelid
evinces tho strongest predisposition to attract to itsolf humors
from all parts of tlio body. Hundreds of persons of serofiilouii
habit are disfigured by rawness or redness of the eyelids, commonly called sore eyes, and tortured with apprehensions of Impaired vision, who, by using this 15ALSAM, may obtain almost
Immediate relief. In all cases, tho earlior tbis remedy ts appllod
the oetter.
HEAD THE FOLLOWING EVIDENCE,
Nbw York, July loth, 1SSG.
Mc«sr.i A It * D. Sanus: Oentlemon,—I have boon troubled
for years with an affection of tho eyelids, and havo tried a number* of remedies without experiencing any decided tienent. a
few weeks since I obtained somo of yonr IIoman 1-.VK Halsam,
and applied it according to tho directions. Tae first nppllrailoD
r.oiI.iced a decidedly fTonoflotal effect, and 1 bad not used It .
i t-ek before my eyelids were entirely treo from InflanimaU ,
which had not bec'i the ease before tor many years
Yc.irs,_c. Q.B. WILLIAMS, 202 liuo.iDW    .
I'KIt'll, «6 CENTS PJER JAR.
Prepared and sold by A. B. & "O. SANDH, Wtoiesal.
Jrtlgglsls, 100 Fulton-street corner of Vtilliam, New Yjr_.
For sale by DRW ITT. KITTLK. .- Co., II,J0HN8UBT ttOo.
and KfiDINdTON k Co., San Francisco: 1.101. '* bUllIB
Marysville; ■:. H. MoDONALP & Oo., Bat-fain "o, and 07
Driigj-isu !!<» ""hj'.
SEED WHEAT.
THOMAS T-ATTIIICK, .. Co., have some choice lots
of Seed Wheat on  hand from  Australia, Mexico,  the
Meditterrancan, ami Van Dieman's Land.
Farmer, are invited to inspect samples.
For Sale hy
THOMAS PATTRICK k Co.,
Corner Government and Johnson streets, Victoria.
m21-lm
TRTETT, JONES, &  ARIUXGTOX,
00, Front  Street,  Sas  Fajtsciaco, CA.iroHxu,
WHOLESALE DEALERS and Importer, of Foreign
and Domestic. Liquor?, Wines, Cordials, Syrup?, and
every article in his line.
Dealers who may favor us with order.-, may rest assured that we will endeavor to srivc -satisfaction in the
article, and dispatch in forwarding. nl9-tc
BANK UF BRITISH NORTE AMERICA.
ESTABLISHED   IN*   1836.
Incorporated  by Royal Charter in  1840.
CAPITAL. ; $5,000,000
VICTORIA BRANCH.
II.   WATERS,   TINSMITH,   kc,
NEW   WESTMINSTER, 11. ('.,
INFORMS the Traders and  Miners of Frascr River
that  he is now*  prepared to furnish all kinds ot
camping  utensils,  in  Tin,  Iron,  and  Copper, fit for
Miners and Family use.
Also, Gutters and Leaders.
Job Work promptly attended to aUlm
PACIFIC FOUNDRY AND MACHINE SHOP,
Fi.ist-stkeet, San Fiiancisco.
Wc continue to manufacture, at the ahove well known
establishment,
Steam Engines,
Quartz,
Flour,
Saw Mill,
and other machinery, of every description, and Iron
and Brass Castings of all kinds.
From the long experience we have had, nnd the superior tools aud machinery, and the very large collection
of patterns at our command, tve feel confident that our
facilities for tu ruing out the best style of work, with
dispatch, and at the lowest rates, arc not surpassed on
the Pucitic const.
Russia Iron Screens for Quartz Mills, made at short
.'liitice. Orders for all kinds of work will receive prompt
attention.
GODDARD. HANSCOM, k RANKIN,
je-20-Om Lute Gomuiti) & Co.
II E N D E It S O N    k    liC R N A li V
WIIAIIE    STUEET,   VICTORIA,
HAVE JUST RECEIVED, ex Armistice, from London :
Superior Pule Sherry, in hulk ;
Port Il'ine, choice, in cases ;
Uenncssv's Brandy ") .
McKcnzic's Small Still IFhiskeyj '" cascs*
Vine Growers' Brandy, in bulk:
Tanquerny's Ginger Brandy, in ciiscs ;
Aic, kc, kc,
which they offer for sale on the most reasonable terms
.lune 13lh, I SOO. tu
LIQUORS, kc.
THOMAS PATTRICK, k Co., have for sale in store,
and to arrive,
Martell Brandy,
Booth's did Tom, in puncheons,
Booths Old Tom, in cuses,
Buruett's OKI Tom in cascs,
McKcnzic's Old Tom, in cascs,
Taiiqucray k Co.'s Old Tom, in cases,
Scotch   Whiskey,   in   [luncheons,
Scotch Whiskey, in cases
Jamaica Rum, in puncheons,
Wines of every description
—also—
The finest Burton and Scotch Ales,
Bottled do do
Devonshire Cider, in eases.
March 21, 1800. 3m
DICKSON, CAMPBELL, k CO.,
C 0 M M I S S 1 0 N    M F. I! C II A N T S,
Corner   of  Wharf   and   Johnson   streets,
vicionu, v. i.
II. N. Dickson k Co.,        - - London.
Dickson. DkWoi.1', k Co.,       -       -       Snn Francisco.
in*. I-31U
Special Deposits received in sums of $100 and upwards, re-payable on demand. Charge for safe
keeping, oxe-oi'arteu op one per cent, per month.
Gold Ddst received tor safe keeping, at the rate oi
riTE ce.vis. rr.n oi. per month.
Drafts Issied on* London 00 days after Sight, at
the rite of St 95per£l,Sig
3 days after sight, (In sums of £D0. and upwards)
•?5, per XI stg: -
3 days after sight (in sums under £50) §5 10, per
£1, sterling.
DitAFTS on demand or at short sight, issued on ihe
principal Cities aud Towns in Scotland and Ireland, at
the rate of $5  15 per £1 stg.
DitAFTS on the principal Cities iu the North American
Provinces, at 3 days, as follows :—
Canada. l per cent, premium.
New Brunswick 4      " "
Nova Sco'.ia, 2J    '• "
Drafts or. New York, at :t days, 3 per cent.pretu'.nn.
"     "    Messrs. B. Davidson k May, San Francisco
nt sight—pur.
Ollice hours 10 a. m., to 3 p. m.—Saturday 10 to 1 o'clock.
F. W. WOOD,
Manager.
Victorin, March 17, 1800. tc
J 0 N A S    G .   CLARK    k   CO.,
1MPORTEIIB   AND   MANUFACTURERS OF
F U R N I T D R E      A N D      11 E 1) D I
of every description,
128, Washington   strecct,  Sau   Francisco.
N G
-0
and 61, Fourth street, between J. and K streets,
Sacramento.
Hunter street, between Main nnd Levee, Stockton.
And First street, Snn Jose. je20>3m
TMPORTER
X   Cigaritos,
Victoria.
(!.    V I G N O L O ,
and   Dealer  iu   Havana   Cigars,   and
Johnson-street, opposite  Wharf-street,
mlT-ilm
CHOICE   OLD  WINES AND   BRANDIES.
W .    II .    OLIVER,
IMPORTER AND WHOLESALE   DEALER IN
FINE OLD  WINES, BRANDIES, <y SPIRITS
Johnson street, opposite Whnrf street,
Ls in constant receipt, by every arrival, of new and
fresh gouds belonging to the trade, in bulk and cases.
Traders, dealers, and Proprietors of Burs, arc invited
to call ami examine my slock, where they will find a
most complete and full assortment of everything comprised iu the Liquor line, and nt the lowest prices.
8 U P K II I o It    C A 1. I F O II N l A   W I X B ,
a very choice, light, unit pure wine for family use, in
cases and packages.    Its purity can he depended upen,
and is worthy the attention Of all connoisseurs.
ji'20-lni
J .    B .    P A 1 N T E R ,
(successor to o'msara A painter)
THANKFUL for the past favors shown the late firm
would  respectfully inform  Printers that owing to increased   acilitics,  and   recent   instructions  from  the
Foundry, he  is  now prepared to sell Plain and Ornn
mental Typo,  Presses, Printing Material, Paper, Cards
and  Printers' Stock generally, 132,  Clay-street, near
Sansoine, San Francisco.
E L A M    k   HOWES,
4,   CLAY   STREET,   ONE   DOOR   FROM    TIIE  NORTH-WEST
CORNER OF FRONT STREET,
SAN FRANCISCO.
IMPORTERS and Wholesale Dealers in AVood nnd
Willow-ware, Fancy House-keeping Goods, Twines
Cordage, Shoe and Saddlery Thread, Nets, Saines
Corks, Flouts, Fish-hooks and Lines, nntl Fishing
Tackle of every variety.
Agents for Barbour's Irish Flax Shoe Thread, Gilling
Thread, kc.
Agents for the American Net and Twine Manufacturing Co., Boston, Mass.
Ageuts for the Dolphin Manufacturing Company's
Sail Twine, Cordage, &c.
The whole comprising the largest stock and best assortment of the above line of goods on the Pacific Coast,
to which they are constantly receiving large additions
hy arrivals from Atlantic cities. The particular attention of the trade is solicited to examine our stock before
purchasing elsewhere, as wc are determined to sell at
prices to defy competition. j'20-tc,
TD. CARROLL, Yatcs-street, between Wharf and
Government - Streets,   Victorin,   Importer    aud
Wholesale a      Retail denier in Wines and Liquors.
ni 17-3 m
CALEDONIA BRIDGE END
I I! 0 N     W 0 R K S,     VI CT O RIA.
DOUGALL k SON, Iron and Brass Founders, practical Engineers, Draughtsmen, kc    Machinery
of every description made to order.
Agent in British Columbia, Mr. W. Wiiimird, Lungley,
March 21, 1800. 3m
L A N (i L E Y     B R 0 T II E R S ,
i m p o ii t i x ti    ii lt u a a i s, t s,
Yatcs-slrcet, Victorin,
HAVE received'direct from London, a t-hojep selection of
DRL'GS, CHEMICALS, SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS,
PATENT MEDICINES, und PERFUMERY.
ATKINSON'S   INFANT'S   PRESERVATIVE.
Cockle's -'.nti-Bilious Pills,
Keating's Cough Lozenges,
Murray's Fluid Magnesia,
Curling's Sparkling Citrate of Magnesia,
Superior Seidletz Powders,
Essential Oil of Ripstono Pippin,
Essential Oil of Pino Apple,
Essential Oil of Strawberry,
Essential Oil of Raspberry,
Essential Oil of Jnrgoncl Pear.,
Essential Oil of Nectar,
Rowland's Macassar Oil,
Rowland's OdontOj  '
Rowland's Kalydor,
Gosnell's Colognes,
Gosnell's Che.ry Tooth Paste,
Gosnell's Soaps,
Gounell's Hair Brushes. be22-tc
I    I I   I il
VICTORIA PRICES CURRENT AND SHIPPING LIST.
PUBLISHED every fortnight in time for the California
Mail Steamer. The prices Current contains the
correct and authentic, rates and prices of all descriptions of articles in the A'ictoria market, ns well as reliable reports of the state of trade, shipping, kc It is
as invaluable as an index and commercial authority to
every merchant nnd tradesman as it is a desirable
medium for advertising. Printed for A. F, Main at
lhc ollice of tho V. I. Gazette, Victoria.
N E AV     GOODS.
RECEIVED at Stationers' Hall, a large addition to
our stock  of
B 0 0 K S    AND    S T A T I 0 N F. R Y,
carefully selected from a well-filled market, containing
many New nnd Popular  Books among them.
STATIC) N E R Y,
both low priced and superfine, of every description, iu
lots, to wholesale or retail.
A    Beautiful   ylssortment   of
COLD PENS, AND FINE POCKET CUTLERY.
Also.—Many articles  of Staple aud Fancy Stationery,
and Standard  and Miscellaneous Books heretofore not to be had In this market.
HIBBEN k CARSWELL,
Jul.1-1 m Yates-street, A'ictoria.
SOUTHGATE k  MITCHELL,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Albert AVharf, Victoria,
A'aneouver Island, and Buttery-street, San Francisco, Caliorcia. 17m3m
F U R N I T U R E .
BY LATE ARRIVALS,  the  undersigned  have ro
ceived additions  to  their hitherto ivcll-ussortcd
stock of Furniture—and now oiler
Painted sets, ten pieces;
Extension Tables, 8 and 10 feet long;
Centre Tables, serpentine ami round ops, assorted
sizes;
Card Table, harp and square pillars
Common Tables, 2;}, 3, and 31 long;
Bedsteads, Mahogany, French, Cottage, double nnd
single ;
Lounges, spring seats, in damask nnd leather covers;
Sofas, spring seats, hair cloth, with round and pillow
ends ;
Desks, with full and door fronts ;
Chcll'oniers, walnut and mahogany carved fronts, 3
shelves, fret work ;
Bureaus, one-half* marble top, scroll ami painted pine,
-I und 0 drawers ;
What-nots, walnut nntl mahogany, 5 and 0 shelves ;
Mirrors, in gilt nnd mahogany frames, assorted sizes,
for f/Sxrors, chambers, and tftJonnsi «	
Children's Criba and Cradles, also High and Low
Chairs, assorted sizes ;
Chairs, Mahogany, Hair-cloth, spring seats, cane nnd
wood sent, office, tutk, dining, Grecian cane, heavy barroom, and common wood seat;
•    Itockers, spring seats, rnHbogcny and cane seats sn.l
backs, sewing and arm ;
Sinks, Washstnnds, Chair Cushions, Coverlets, Towel
Racks, AVillow Cribs, &c.
—ALSO—
BEDDING,
Pulu, Cuvled Hair, Moss, Wool, and Strats Mattresses,
best Feaiher Pillows, all si.es ;   in tho manufacture of
which we nso none but the best materials, and guarr
nntee our work.
PIERCE & SEYMOUR.
Broad-street, between Yates and View streets.
Victoria, V. I., April 11, I860. 3m
MALE AND FEMALE EMPLOYMENT.—-Geo. W"
Chnpin k Oo.'s Male and FeBia'.*_.'!L^v;,<_ftvv\, Oiiice,
under the supervision of the Young Mens' Chrisliian
Association, Particular attention paid to supplying
private families with scrvmits of all kinds.
Also, have a Houso Brokerage, and Real Estate
Agency Office, collect Bills, Rents, etc. ,
GEO. W. CHAPIN k Co.,
flf.-tc N. E. cor. Clay and Kearnv streets.
AVT.BSTF.R k CO.,
TATES    STREET,    VICTORIA,
AVIIOLESALE and  RETAIL  Dealers  in   Boots aud
SsoE8, Leather, and Findings, of every description.
Also—Ladie3' Shoes of all kinds. mJilT-3m
MESSRS.   AV.   S.   KIRKLAND & O.,
AGENTS,
7, King AVilliam Street, Strand,
LONDON,   ENGLAND,
BEG to call thc attention oi* readers of English newspapers in Vancouver Island, British Columbia,
and California to the advantage of si'hscribing to the
•• Kvi.T.:')£ Mail" newspaper, which is a rpprint published three times a week, of all the leading articles,
essays, correspondents' letters, and news ot " The
Times ' London newspaper, everything but thc adver-
tiBemontB, And can be sent post free to all parts of
A'aneouver Island, British Columbia, and California,
via the United States, for £1 Is per quarter, or £4
per.nnnum, paid in advance ; thus being " Tho Times"
at Half Price. .,
Subscriptions received at the office of the " New
AVcstmiuslcr Times," New AVestminster, British
Columbia. n*i2-ly
JAMES PATRICK & CO.
AUK   IlEOFLAHLY   IN  TIIK   HKCE1PT  OF
BUTTER, CLEAR BACON SIDES, HAMS, AND PORk
('A.VOLES,—Hydraulic, Pressed and Adamantine.
LARD—"J. II.'k Co.'s" lU-lb cans, in 120-lb. cases.
NAIL—Old .Colony and Parker Mills, assorted sizes
N. O. SUGAR, half barrels.    .
DRIED APPLES, half barrels.
ALSO,
Have for sale, in store and  to  arrive, the following
well known brands of
VIRGINIA MANUFACTURED TOBACCO.
Three-fourths of them are direct from thc manufacturers, consequently can he offered atj
comparatively low prices:
Half-Pounds.
T. k S. Ilardgrovc's Peach ,
Turpin k Yarbrougb's Apricot;
J. 11. Greaner's Pride ot the Union'
A. L. Royster's Fruit;
AV. Greaner's Sun;
T. k S. Hardgrove' Golden Gate;
A. L. Royster's Invincible;
A. L- Royster's Mary's Own ;
Harvey Birch ;
Knickerbocker;
Pomona and Queen of Hearts.
Bright Pounds.
Peerless—T. k S. Hardgrove ;
Gold Leaf—John 11. Grcaucr;
Gallcgo—Clopton;
J. M. Langhoi-n k Co.'s Extra;'
Brewer's (iold Leaf;
Murrell k Burke's Snn-Cured;
Rockaday—Ooldcn Seal;
Giralda, Wine Sap, etc.
Bright Half-Pounds!
Gold Leaf—.1. II. (.reader';'
Pippin—John AV. A'oung;
AVine Sap—George W  Gilliam
Fancy Tobaccos
Invincible Twist;
Planter's Pride Twist, in foil;'
"Wine Sap Twist;'
Atlantic Cable Tw'st, in foil;'
Perfect Love, smnl. plugs;
Game Cock Twist, in foil.
Smoking Tobacco. ■, ■.  i"'|.;.|
Hardgrove's Peerless, KiUikinick and Riddick's Gout
Leaf. .
Fine Cul.  .
John Anderson k Co.'s Solace.
Snut,
I.orillard's Coarse Rappee und Macaboy.
For stile by single ense or package.
FINE HAVANA SUGARS. ■.. ,
By each Steamer we nro in receipt of the Choicest
Brands of UaVaria Scgnrs, selected  by our. houso in'
Havana (Patrick y Ca.) especially for this market,   i,.;
The above goods are offered to the trade by the single case or package, by   JAMES PATRICK k CO., ,-.
mlO-ly San Francisco.
GROVER     *    BAKER'S
New style noiseless
FAMILY   SEWING    MACHINES,'
From §75 upwards.
THEY wcre awarded Two Premiums at the State .
Fair 1 One for machine sewing, aud the only Premium
for Fancy Quilting und Enibroidory.   • .   . .
Theso machines sew from two spools, as purchased,
from the store, requiring no re-winding of thread, and
finishing each seam by their own operation, without.
recourse to tho hand needle, ns is required- by other
machines. On account of their simplicity, durability,'
ease of management, and adaptation to all varieties of
family sewing, they execute cither heavy or fino work
with equal facility, and without special adjustment.',   t
Thc new machines introduced by the Grover k Baken
Sewing-Muchinc Company, are of elegant finish, uml
their operation is rapid end very quiet. , The ease with
which they can be managed is a distinguishing feature,,
and the stitch is the strongest, handsomest, and most
elastic of any made.
Send for n circular.   All machines warrantod
Silk, cotton, needles, etc., always on bond.
lt. J. BUOAVN, Agent,
iu214c 18, Montgomery street, San Francisco.    .
VICTORIA   DRY  GOODS STORE.
K. GAMBITZ,
VATES   STREET,   VICTORIA,
at   Ills   FlRE-PROOF STORE, where ho   is com,"
stantly supplied with New Goods by. every
steamer, and hns always on hand a
splendid assortment of
CLOAKS   AND   MANTILLAS,
Silk, Velvet, and  Cloth.    Also a large variety of fine,
Silks and Bonnets.
An excellent variety of Aluxander'3
KID   CLOVES, and a full assortment of Gen- .
tlcmen's Furnishing  Goods, fine Frock Coats;   Dross
Coats; Over Coats ; Vests and Pantaloons
of different colors;   Fashionable Silk'
Hats.     Gilt Cornices, Curtain
Rings,   Window    Shades,
of all colcrs, French ...
Cnssimercs, Broadcloth, Beaver, nnd Piltit.
Also—a full RMortmenjj of Tailors' Trimming.,'
FAMILY   FURNISHING  GOODS.
Shawls,   Alpacas,   Merinos,   DeLaines,   Furs,   Glovesj
Riding   iiiiV-, vitt'tiiHlt-t-, Ci.akv," 'M'.''i'.4iiiM;  "¥*»',ist'Si"
Embroideries, Ribbons, Laces, Carpets, Rugs, Druggets,
Oil-Cloths, Paper Hangings, Mattings, etc., etc.,
and all other goods pertaining to the
business, at the lowest'prices.
N. B,—All orders from British Columbia/Oregon, or
Washington Territory, by express or' otherwise, will be
promptly atttended to.
mlO-ly K. GAMBITZ.
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AV. J. ARMSTRONG k BRO.,
Opposito  Liverpool Wharf,
Cohimbiii-street, New AVoS-lninster
WHOLESALE k RETAIL DEALERS in Grocerim-
Provisfons,   Hardware, Crookerywarc, Pa'nt_j
Oils, Farming Implements, Mining Toois,
Ladies' and Gent's Boots aud Shoes,
&c., kc.', kc
Agent JEFFRAY & 00-'S Fraser Riv6r ExpWiis
100 tons HAY for Sale,
Bi'28. 3_i
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THE AVORLD'S PEACE PRESERVERS.
The people all armed with the rille,
All men of firm hand and sure eye,
A despot, preparing to stifle
Their freedom, may scorn and defy,
A match for ench band of invaders
The tyrant ngainst them tan bring ;
He'll find, if a beehive of traders,
Each bee of them bearing a sting.
If Riflemen nil. the Sardinians
For Italy's union might hope,
.Including the Bourbon's dominions,
And those which groan under '.I.e. Pope ;
Will need brook no more annexation,
Need not have lost Savoy and Nice;
Bc Riflemen, every free nation,
And safe is thc Empire of Peace.
Ye well-meaning would-be peacemakers,
If idly you would not declaim,
Ye friends, who include nil the Quakers,
Assist, then, our national aim,
And let all the extra small trifles,
Which you may he able to stand,
Supply Garibaldi with rilles,
To putonein each true man's hand.
The world may nt last cease its quarrels,
Swords turu'tl into ploughshares instead ;
But gold first must change for gun-barrels,
And silver for bullets of lead.
Then, vermin of glory nnd slaughter,
Got rid of like weasel and rat,
The Dove on this side ofthe water
May roost with the Eagle on that.
MISCELLANEOUS.
A    AVoxdkiifil   Clock.—The clock in the tower of
the Cathedral of Straiisburgh, is not only a monster in
size, but is lbe most wonderful piece of mechanism in
the world.  It is one hundred feet high, thirty feet wide,
and fifteen deep.   About twenty feet from the bottom is
the dial,   on each side, of which is a cherub, holding a
small mallet in his hand, while over the tliiti is a small
bell; the cherub on the left strikes thc first quarter,and
that on the right the second quarter-   Fifty feet above
the dial is a colossal figure of time,  with   a bell in his
left hand nnd a scythe iu his right. A figure ofa young
man in fr»nt strikes the third quarter on the  bell in
Time's left hand, nnd then turns and glides with n slow-
step around behind Time, when out comes  an old iiinn
with a mallet aud places   himself in front ofthe great
reaper.   As the hour of twelve comes,  the old man deliberately strikes,   with much power' twelve tiimes ou
the bell.   He then glides slowly behind Time,   nnd the
young man again comes out  und ttikes   his position,
ready to do his duty when called upon by the machinery.
As soon as tlie oldmanhas struck twelve and disappeared, another  set of machinery is set  in motion,  some
twelve feet higher,  where there is a cross with the image  of   Christ upon it.    The instant twelve is struck a
figure of one of the   Apostles   walks   out from behind,
comes in front,   turns  facing   the cross,   bows,   and
walks on around to his place.      This is   repented until
the twelve Apostles, large us life, walk out, bow, and
pass on.    As the last appears, an enormous game cock'
perched on the pinnacle ofthe clock,    slowly flaps his
wings,    stretches forth his neck und crows three times,
so loud as to be heard outside  of the church to some
distance, and with life-like naturalness.   Then nil is
still us death.
Bright'. Humor.—-All our classifications of men fail
us at times. Can nny good come out of Nazcreth ? said
the Pharisees, with* a sneer. At Cambridge all are
mere mathematicians, wc sny nt Oxford Puscyism
reigns, nnd how can wc expect poetry from Cambridge
und freedom of thought at Oxford'.' But Cambridge is
the Alma Mater of Tennyson, nnd Oxford has produced
a Fronde and a Jowett. In like spirit we cannot imagine that a manufacturer of the politico-economical
school can he a humorist; nnd yet Bright, whom we
look upon as one of the chiefs of that school, has humor. If any man doubt this he should have heard
Bright'8 running criticism upon Lord Overstone's evidence before thc Defence Commission, for there wns in
that more genuine humour thnn we have heard in thc
House for many a tiny. It was capital fun to hour the
hon. member analyse, expose and ridicule the pompous
platitudes of the noble millionare, and the llouse enjoyed it amazingly. His own followers—the gentlemen
below the gangway—laughed and cheered uproariously;
und though his opponents of course were less demonstrative, and kept down their mirth to something like
decent gravity, yet it was plain that one and nil enjoyed
the fun. His Royal Highness thc Commander-in-Chief,
who sat under the gallery, was, perhaps, the only
exception. For a time he sat and listened, but when
the mirth was at the highest, he suddenly arose end left
the House. His Royal Highness was a member of the
Commission—a fa-t which Mr. Bright took care to nn-
nouce to the nouse—Illustrated Times.
Gaih.baldi and St. Rosalia.—A strange idea (writes
a Sicilian correspondent of the Morning Post) has just
sprung up in the minds of the Palcrmitans, and I record
it to illustrate thc state ofthe popular instruction and
national enlightenment where such things are possible.
Here in Palermo all the world worships St. Rosulio, thc
putrou Saint of Sicily' St. Rosalia hns a very splendid
and very ancient temple on thc Western side of
Mount Pellegrino—a temple in as great repute throughout all Sicily as that of Diana of the Ephesians was of
old throughout all Asia Minor. St. Rosalia is believed
to work miracles upon miracles*, but these miracles she
will only work for the Sicilians, nnd her greatest miraculous feasts arc confined to Palermo and its immediate
suburbs. For strangers and foreigners she does not
caro a straw, and they mny wear their knees out in adoration, or exhaust their breath in entreaty, without
being one bit nearer the mark. The Palcrmitans say
that she saves Palermo from pestilence, and war, and
famine; and that in the days of the bombardment she
arrested in their course 500 bombs, which otherwise
would have fallen in thc city. St. Rosalia is supposed
to be descended from one of the petty cheiflains that
formerly ruled in Sicily, one of the Counts of Sinibnldi.
On the arrival of Garibaldi in Sicily, tho Neapolitan
officers, in derision, used to say that it was one of the
old Sinib.ldi who returned to claim his own. The effect produced was exactly the reverse of thnt intended.
Thc story spread like wildfno amongst the lower classes
of Palermo, who affirmed, and who now believe, that
the Dictator belongs to the same family with St. Rosalia, and that the Saint herself has laid on himtho task
of driving the Neapolitans from the Island.
The fiMi'Eiton axd the Prisch 'Nxi'ol.os.-- A correspondent of the Independence Beige writes from Paris :
—"The slight misunderstanding between thc Emperor
and Prince- Napoleon, which followed the death of Prince
Jerome, is now at an end.   The Palais itoyui (in which
Alexandre Di.mas and Garibaldi.—A Naples
correspondent of the Pressc gives some interesting particulars of Garibaldi, received by the writer directly
from Alexandre Dumas. Garibaldi's disinterestedness
is incredible. He allows himself ten francs a day for
his personal expenses—that is his civil list. The other
day his trousers accidentally caught fire, and he was
much inconvenienced for want ofa change. He said
to Alexandre Dumas, " If I wcre rich I would have a
yacht like you," anil a moment before he had signed a
bill ofBOO.OOOf. for the public service. When Msi .:•
was marching upon Mclazzo the city of Messina scut
him a splenditT'charger. Bosco hearing of this gave
out that lie would bring Medici intoMe.sina a pri.ojer,
and that he (Bosci) would make his triumphant entry
into the town upon the horse which the citizens had
given to Medici. Garibaldi made Bosco walk on board
the ship which wns to carry him to Naples, and he bad
to give up his own charger to Medici. One of the articles ofthe capitulation was that the arms in the fortress
of Melazzo should be equally divided. AVhcn Garibaldi
found the twelve guns which Bosco had left behind were
spiked, he went on board the Neapolitan frigate on
which Bosco was embarked, and made him send back
the twelve sound guns which he was taking away with
him. Alexandre Dumas has been presented with the
freedom of several towns in Sicily. He is nbout to
start a journal in Palermo, with the title of the Indi-
pendentc.
A Slight Mistake.—AVhcn Sir Isaac Newton'.'hanged
his  residence, and went to live in Leicester  place, his
next  door neighbor was a widow lady, who wns  much
puzzled by the little she observed of the habits  of the
philosopher.    One of the fellows of the Royal Society
culled upon her ono day, when,  among other domestic
news, she mentioned that some one hnd come to  reside
in  the adjoining house,  who,   she felt certain,  was  a
poor, mad gentleman, "because," she continued, he diverts himself in the oddest way possible.    Every morning when the sun shines so brightly that we are obliged
to  draw the window-blinds, he takes his sent before  a
tub of soap-suds, and occupies himself for hours   blowing  soap-bubbles through a common clay pipe,  which
he intently watches floating about until they burst.    He
is, doubtless, now at his favorite amusement,  for it is a
fine  day; do come and look nt him."   The gentleman
smiled,   and they    went upstairs,  when,  after  looking through the staircase  window into  the  adjoining
court-yard,  he turned and said,  "My dear madam,  the
person whom you suppose to be a poor lunatic, is no
other than the great Sir Isaac Newton, studying the refraction of light upon thin plates, a phenomenon which
is  beautifully exhibited upon the surface ofa  common
soap-bubble."
The head ofa celebrated mercantile house in A'ienna
hns recently erected a mausoleum which no one, even
of his most'intimate friends, is allowed to enter. The
walls arc covered with black velvet, upon which appear the family arms of the proprietor. Upon a platform slightly elevated stands nn open coffin, with candles of black wax at its four corners. At the foot of the
coffin is a plate of silver, on which nre the name and
date of birth ofthe future occupant of the narrow
abode, and a space has been left for the date of his
death, and this he evidently expects within the coming
ten years—for he has completed the record as fur as
18G—. Daily he is accompanied by his friends to the
door of this tomb; there he leaves them, euters alone
into the edifice, lies down in his coffin, and causes a
concealed organ to play lugubrious music. Then he
goes forth to the world again, dines heartily, and converses with a gaiety of manner which charms all his
guests.
Iro.n-plated Ships.—Some experiments which have
been tried against certain iron plates supplied by the
Thames Iron Shipbuilding Company have just terminated at Portsmouth. It appears that the Lords of the
Admiralty were not satisfied with the iron coating with
which it was at first intended to clothe the Warrior,
and intimated the fact to the above-named company.
This led to thc manufacture of some highly-tempered
plates n number of which were attached to the sides of
the Sirius, in Porchcstcr Creek, and Captain Hewlett of
thc Excellent, was ordered to fire at them, The result.
wc understand, has been so fur satisfactory that at the
ordinary ranges used tor trials of thc kind the shot
failed to penetrate the plates, which wcre arranged on
the "dovetail" principle, lt has, therefore, peen recommended thnt the AVarrier should at once bc fitted with
them, nnd thnt the "dovetail" plan should bc used.—Illustrated Times.
British Machinery in France.—The Patriecontains
nn account of thc distribution of prizes at an Agricultural Meeting at Fouillcuse (the Emperor's farm.) The
award was in favor of Britisli manufacturers. Out of
thirty-nine inventions, twenty of which only were of
French origin, Messrs Burgess and Key obtained the
first prize, a gold medal and l,000f. Mr. Cuthbert, of
Bcbale, received a silver medal and 500f. as the second
prize. Mr. Cranc*'n, of London, a bronze medal nnd
300f. The prize of honor was awarded to Burgess and
Key.   The Emperor himself was present,
LANGLEY     BROTHERS,
importing    druggists,
Yatcs-street, A'ictoria,
HAVE received, direct from London, a choice selection of
DRUGS, CHEMICALS, SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS,
PATENT MEDICINES, and PERFUMERY.
ATKINSON'S   INFANT'S   PRESERVATIVE.
Cockle's .' nti-Bilions Pills,
Ki'uliner's Cough Lozenges,
Murray's Fluid Magnesia,
Curling's Sparkling Citiate of Magnesia,
Superior Scidlctz Powders,
Essential Oil of Ripstone Pippin,
Essential Oil of Pine Apple,
Esseutial Oil of Strawberry,
Essential Oil of Raspberry,
Essential Oil of Jargonel Pears,
Essential Oil of Nectar,
Rowland's Macassar Oil,
Rowland's Odonto,
Rowland's Kalydor,
Gosnell's Colognes,
Gosnell's Che.ry Tooth Paste,
Gosnell's Soups,
Gosnell's Hair Brushes. se22-tc
E L A M
CLAY  STUEET,   ONE
k    U OAVES,
DOOIt   FROM   THE  NORTH-WEST
CORNER OK FRONT STREET,
SAN FRANCISCO.
IMPORTERS and AVholcsale Dealers in AVood nud
ATillow-ware, Fancy House-keeping Goods, Twines
Cordage, Shoe and" Saddlery Thread, Nets, Saiucs
Corks, Flouts, Fish-hooks and Lines, und Fishing
Tackle of every variety.
Agents for Barbour's Irish Flax Shoe Thread, Gilling
Thread, kc.
Agents for the American Net and Twine Manufacturing Co., Boston, Muss.
Agents for the Dolphin Manufacturing Company's
Sail Twine, Cordage, kc
The whole comprising the Inrgest stock and best assortment of the above line of goods on the Pacific Coast,
to which they are constantly receiving large additions
by arrivals from Atlantic cities. Thc particular attention ofthe trade is solicited to examine our stock before
purchasing elsewhere, as we are determined to sell at
prices to defy competition. j'i.-iii
JD. Cl
.   Govt
DOUGALL k SON, Iron and Brass Founders,
lical Engineers, Draughtsmen, Ac.     Much
CARROLL, Yatcs-street, between AVharf and
•eminent - streets,   Victorin,   Importer   and
AVholcsale a     Retail dealer iu Wines and Liquors.
ml7-3m
CALEDONIA BRIDGE END
IRON     AV 0 R K S ,     V I C T O R I A
prnc-
rtinerv
of every description made to order.
Agent in British Columbia, Mr. AV. AVinuard, Langley
March 21, 1800. 3m"
there had been a talk of providing apartments for Marshal Vnillant) will be exclusively appropriated to tho
Prince, who will not now* go to live at his villa in the
Avenue. Montaigne. It is rumoured Unit out of the million a year dotation which Prince Jerome enjoyed 200,
OOOf. will be paid to Prince Napoleon, and the remaining 800,000f. to tbo Imperial Prince. It will bc remembered that the clv'l list settled on Prince Napoleon at
the time of his marriage was 000,OOOf."
A Hcmpback AVill.—The Italian journals state that
a wealthy person of Florence, just deceased, has left a
singular will. It declares that the greater part of his
fortune shall go to thc man with the largest hump on his
back in all Tuscany, and that tho persons intrusted with
the duty of selecting him shall be themselves twelve
humpbacks. To rccompcnce the latter for their trouble.
he directs that, in addition to travelling expenses, each
shall bc presented with a gold medal benring thc effigy
of -Ksop, their prototype.
Tub Clan Campbell.—Lust week Lord Clyde, the
pacificator of India, was installed as a Peer- in the House
of Lords. Dcsides the hero being a Campbell, the Lord
Bishop of ISnngor, who read prayers, was a Campbell;
the Lord Chaucellor, who presided, was a Campbell;
mid tbe Duke of Argylc, now Lord Privy Seal, and chief
of the clan.
DR. ROSENBAUM'S STOMACH BITTERS!
For the cure of Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Constipation
Loss of Appetite cr any Bilious Complaints
arising from a morbid action of the
Stomach or Bowels.
All of these diseases you will soon bc relieved of, by
use of these Bitters, ns per directions on the Bottles.
This great anti-dyspeptic is the result of profound nnd
elaborate study of one of the most celebrated physicians
ofthe present century, in the accomplishment of which
he has spent both time and money. AVe do not hesitate
to affirm that where Dr. Rosenbaum's Stomach Bitters
nre used, a ease of Fever and Ague cannot occur. It
has been analyzed by the most scientific chemists in
the Medical Faculty, nnd is now prescribed by nino-
tenths of the Physicians of thc hind. Try them—test
them—on your constitution, and go your way rejoicing.
Arc you dyspeptic ?—take these Stomach Bitters.
Arc you bilious ?—try one of these bottles and bc relieved at once.
Arc you annoyed by indigestion or constipation?—
remove the cause by it free use of the Bitters.
Have you fever and ague?—cure and prevent this
destroying disease by the free use of these Bitters.
The superiority of these Bitters has induced lnnny to
put up ii spurious article. To prevent deception in
future, each cork will be branded, " N. B. Jacobs k Co."
And the labels will bear our own signature, without
which, none nre genuine.
Caution.— Consumers of Rosenbaum's Bitters arc
cautioned against the many counterfeits now afloat in
the market, and especially against a cheap and worth-
lews article '.'..life! 1%'sennciirs Bitters, put up in this
by Messrs; Turner Bto.'s, with the- avowed intention <it
preying on the well-earned reputation of Rosenbaum's
Bitters, as a remedial agent in all cascs of Dyspepsia
and similar diseases. The go-vain- Roa.nbft-ai_rhK.i--_'"
name branded on each cork, nnd our signature on each
label. 	
N. B. JACOBS & Co., Proprietors
m21-Gm Sansoine st., corner Commercial.
LIQUORS, kc.
THOMAS PATTRICK, tt Co., have for sale in store,
nnd to arrive,
Martell Brandy,
Booth's Old Tom. in puncheons,
Booths Old Tom, in cascs,
Burnett's Old Tom in cases,
McKcnzic's Old Tom, in cases,
Tunqucrny k Co.'s Old Tom, in cases,
Scotch   Whi?kcy,   in   puncheons,
Scotch Whiskey, in cases
Jamaica Ruin, in puncheons,
AVines of every description
—also—
The finest Burton and Scotch Ales,
Bottled do do
Devonshire Cider, in cases.
March 21, 1800. 3m
DICKSON, CAMPBELL, k CO.,
COMMISSI O N    M I-
Corner   of  Wharf   and
victoria, v.
II. N. Dickson k Co.,
Dickson, DeWolt, k Co.,
m21-3m
IIC II ANTS,
Johnson   streets,
San
London,
"runcisco.
PACIFIC FOUNDRY AND MACHINE SHOP.
FlUST-STREET,  SAN   FRANCISCO.
We continue to manufacture, at thc above well known
establishment,
iSteam Engines,
Quartz
Flour,
Saw Mill,
and other machinery, of every description, nnd Iron
and Brass Castings of all kinds.
From thc long experience we have hnd, nnd thc superior tools and machinery, nnd the very largo collection
of patterns nt our command, wc feel confident, thnt our
facilities for turning out the best style of work, with
dispatch, and nt the lowest rates, are not surpassed on
thc Pacific const.
Russia Iron Screens for Quartz Mills, made Rt, short
notice. Orders for all kinds of work will receive prompt
attention.
GODDARI). HANSCOM, k RANKIN,
je20-Gm Late Godhard a Co.
COLONIAL    IIOTEL,
C0LCMH1A   STREET,  NEW  WESTMINSTER.
PROSPER & FRANK GRELLEY, would respectfully
inform the public that they have just opened
their New Hotel, and nre ready to accommodate travellers or residents of New Westminster with the choicest
eatables the market ail'ords. Thc sleeping apartments
are fitted up in a style that neither Vancouver Island
nor British Columbia can excel, and tho wines and
liqueurs, while enumerating all that a first-rate hotal
should boast of, arc ofthe very best and finest description.
Private dining rooms can bo always obtained, and
dinners, kc, gotten up on the shortest notice.
m9-3m
MACDONALD & CO.,
OFFICE ON YATES STREET, VICTORIA, pay thc
highest price for Gold Dust. Issue Sight
cheques on Messrs. Tulluut & Wilde, Sun Francisco, at
" pur." mlO-.w
U E N D E R S O N    &   B U R N A B V
Wharf  street, victoria,
HAVE JUST RECEIVED, ex Armistice, from London :
Superior Pale Sherry, in bulk ;
Port Dine, choice, in cases;
Hcnnessy's Brandy "> .
McKcnzic's Small Still IFhiskcy /in cnscs >
Vine Growers' Brandy, in bulk ;
Tiinqiui'ity's Ginger Brandy, in cases;
....... f'*m*,,~.. -.&•„>. &co     •
which they offer tor gale on the most reasonable terms
June 13th, 1800. tc
  SEED AVIiBAT.     ..
THOMAS PATTRICK, & Co., have sonic choice lots
of Seed Wliciil 'tut  hand I'i'oin   Australia, Mexico,  thc
Mediterranean, nnd Van Dieman's Land.
Farmers arc invited to inspect samples.
For Sale by
THOMAS PATTRICK k Co.,
Corner Government nnd Johnson streets, Victorin.
m21-lm
TRUETT, JONES, &  ARRINGTON",
CO, Front  Street,   San  Francisco, California,
WHOLESALE DEALERS and Importers of Foreign
and Domestic Liquors, AVines,  Cordials,  Syrups, and
every article iu his line.
Dealers who may favor us with orders, may rest assured that we will endeavor to give satisfaction in the
article, nnd dispatch in forwarding. nlO-tc
11.
WATERS,   TINSMITH,   kc,
NEW  WESTMINSTER, II. 0.,
INFORMS the Traders and  Miners of Fraser River
that  he is now  prepared to  furnish all kinds ot
camping  utonslls,   iu  Tin,   Iron,  and Copper, lit  for
Miners and Family use.
Also, Gutters and Leader.-.
Job Work promptly attended to ai.ui
FOR PL'I.IFVIMi THE BLOOD,
AND   FOR  THE   CURE   UK
Scrofula,   Rheumatism, Stubborn  I'lcers,  Diispe/'tla,  Stui
Rheum, Fever Sores, Erysipelas, Pimple*, Riles, Mercurial Diseases, Cutaneous Eruptions,   I.irer   Com-
plaint, Bronchitis, Female Complaints, Los* of
Appetite, General Debility, Ac
A plentiful supply of pure blood is as cssoiitial In nnlinal llf*
as He-lit, heat, iiml genial Bbowcrs are tn Um vegetable king-loin.
Wlifii the propor circulation uf tlie vital fluid Is linpeiloil, sick-
tit'ss Is tlm Inevitable consequence, thf secretions become unhealthy, the liver become* clogged «tth impure, bile, which,
forced into the system, vitiates nnd Intlaiues tlio blood, engendering srrnuila and cutaneous and biliary disorders.   The experience uf fcixteen years hns fully established tho high reputation
uf this Invaluable medicine:   lis curative powers have been
thoroughly tested in long-standing and obstinate cases, with
sucb invariable success as lo call forth tho most flattering com-
menilstloiis from eminent physicians throughout tho countr-v.
MEDICAL TESTIMONY.
Tho tollowlng recommendation I. fr.nn ono of tho oltlcat physicians in New London, Conn.
Messrs. A. II. .lc I), Sakus: Gentlemen,—A'onr Sarnaparllla
has been very extensively used in litis city and llie neighboring
towns, ainl mi far as my kiiotvletlge I'Xtcn !-. uniformly with soccers. In n -rent variety nl' illscimca .if long standing, nml <•< u
very illstresslng nml ilaugcrous character, » h i !i hare resisted a
loni.' list nf remedial agents, it hit-, been used—in ninny nl them
with complete s ess, nml In nil with tied li d bcneltt. It Is regarded by the medical profession as a Heine of irrent eftlcarj
in a numerous class nf diseases, such as inveterate constitutional
complaints, when llie system lm- been Inn. illseased; In cases "I
Inn. use or abuse of mercury; In rheumatism "f Ihi-- standing;
in obstinate diseases -if the -kin ; In enfeebled conditions ••! the
system; in chronic abaci ases, attended with profuse tllaeliarges;
diseases of tho bones; obstinate ulcers; chronic pulmonary allec-
tlous; enlarged ulninls, nml various othor maladies connected
willi u depraved state of tbo system, its use is usually followed
with Improvement of appetite and digestion, Increase of strength
and flesh, better rest at night, tlie production of a more healihy
stute of uilinl, und complete restoration In health.
Truly jours,        WM. sTKUNK, M. I).
Prepared and sold by A. II. oV I). SANDS, Wholesale
Druggists, luu Fulton-street, corner of William, New York.
For sale by DEWITT, KITTLE .- Co., II. JOHNSON \- Co ,
and llKIiINHTuN k Co.. San Francisco; llli'E .v. COFFIN,
Murysville; It. II. McUuNALD At Co., Sacramento; aud by
Druggists generally,
IT NEVER FAIL8!
CROSSMAif S SPECIFIC MIXTURE
KOR THE CURE OF
CERTAIN DI8EA8E8, WITH WHICH  UNFORTUNATELY MANY ARE AFFLICTED.
Of all thc remedies yet discovered for such complaints, this ia
the most certain, and leaves no Injurious elfeeu.
It makes a speedy and permanent cure, without Hie least restriction to diet, drink, exposure, or change In application to
business. One bottle is generally sufllclent to cure an ordinary
caso, which not unfrequently disappears alter six or eight dose-
Prepared and sold by A. II. ct 1). SANIJS, Wholesale
Druggists, 100 Fulton-street, comer of William. New York.
For sale by DEWITT, KITTLE .. Co., II. JOHNSON tt Co
and REDINGTON k Co.. San Francisco; ItlCE a. COFFIN
Marysville; li. It. McDONALD .. Co., Bacramontu;  and bi
Druggists generally.
?
.3
FOR PURIFYING THE BLOOD,
•J
AND FOE filE CUKE OP
Scrofula, Merctirt-o Diseases, Rheumatism, Cutaneou.
Eruptions, Stubbi'*;i Ulcers, Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia, Bronchitis, Salt Hheum, Lumbago, White
Dwellings, Hip Disease, Enlargement of tho
Bones and Joints, Fever Sores, Female
Complaint*, Erysipelas, Loss of Appetite, Pimples, Biles, Genera-
Debility, «_c, &c
It tins long been a most Important desideratum In tlio practice
of medicine, to obtain a remedy tlmilar to this, and accordingly
we find It resorted to almost universally In nil those tormenting
diseases of tlio skin so trying to tlie patience, and Injurious le
the health.    It is n tonic, aperient, and disinfectant.    It acts
Simultaneously upon Iho btomacu, the OIBODLATIOK*, anil tho
Bowels, und thus three processes, which are ordinarily thc result
of TnitK. different kinds of medicine, are curried on at thu same
time through tho Instrumentality of this ox. remedial agent
Its great merit ie, that it meets and neutralizes the active prln
clple of disease itself, ar.u when that is gone, the symptoms no
cessarlly disappear.  The rapidity wilh which tbe patient rccov
tn health and strength under this triple Influence is surprising.
REMARKABLE   CURE.
Lvnn Couktt, Oregon Ter., March 11,15.15.
Messrs. A. B. fe D. Banps, New York: Oentlcmon,—In the
■mrlng of 1868, while on our way from Indiana to this place, onr
eldest boy was seized with a swelling and severe pains In the
legs, which day by tiny grew worse, until his legs contracted,
and became so painful that lie could not walk, and wo hnd t«
carry liltn about liko an infant Wo readied Albany on the 8il
of October, completely worn out by fatigue, ily litis time ha
was reduced to a perfect skeleton. Hero we were enabled to
consult a physician (Ur. Hill), who honestly confessed lie eotil.l
not cure lilm, although he could givo lilm inoillclno UijJ WiV.'!;!
relleve tho pain. In this exigency aomothln" must be dor-e, or
Q061B wns Inevitable. Be".;-,;* recommended to try your Bursa-
*-'."."inn, i procured a hottlo. Alter taking some, ho npncnri.
worse; but persevering with it, I obtained a second boitlo,
which seemed to grapple with the disease, and caused a marker.
Improvement! the swelling and pain in the legs wero reduced,
his sppetito Improved, and Ids color begun to return. Thus encouraged, 1 purchased a third bottle; while taking It, tho swellings In his lega broke, and some pieces of bone one-eighth of
an Inch long ciinio out, after which bis legs straightened nnd
healed up. So Is now perfectly recovered, has no iip-iearnnco
of being a cripple, oud cuii perform mosl kinds of cimiinun labor,
OS all our neighboia can certify.   Yours, respectfully,
CALEB DAVIS.
Prepared and sold by A. 11. Si I». SANDS, Wholesale
Dm.glsut, 100 Fulton-strM. corner or William, New York.
For sale by HEWITT, KITTLE k Co., 11. JOHNSON k Co.,
«**_ KKHlXnTUN At. Co.. San -ranolsco: RIQE _. CO'.TIN
Marysvllkv; H. II. Mclio.NAI.l) .- Co., Soermnento; and by
Druggists generally.
SOMAN EYE BALSAM,
Vi)ll INFLAMED EYELIDS.
The dcllcnto structuro of tbo oyelld renders It peculiarly aen
fiitlve and liable to disease. When, from any cause, il becomes
affected, the inner membrane rapidly Inflames, and the eyelid
evinces the strongest predisposition to attract to Itself humors
from all purls of tho body. Hundreds uf persons of scrofulous
hnidl aro disfigured by rawness or redness of the eyelids, coin-
nioily onllcdsore eyes, and tortured with apprehensions of Impaired vision, who, by using this BALSAM, mny obtain almost
Immediate relief. In all caBes, tho earllor this remedy Is applied
the -otior,
READ THE "FOLLOWING! EVIDENOE.
. „     „ Nkw York, July 15th, 1880.
Messrs. A. B. & D, BANnn: Gentlemen,—I havo been troubled
n.r years with an affection of tlio eyelids, and havo tried a number of remedies without experiencing any decided benefit. A
ruw weeks since 1 obtained sumo of yourltoUAM Eva Haijuu
ond applied it according to the directions. The first application
produced a decidedly bonofloial oil'ect, and I had not used It
''■,,.' before my eyelids were entirely rruti from iiillnminaU
which had not been the caso before for many years '
Years, feo. O. B. W1LLIAMB, 202 lliteuDW
PRICE, !iS CENTS PEE JAK.
Prepwod and sold by A. 11. A; n. BANDU, W'.o,csal«'
druggists, luu "button .trod-, corner of William, New y.rk
aiid'ri-l'H-^iSS^FA'''J™'*lt 9°■' "' -OI'NS'JN k Co.,
and 1.1. UNIiri.N k Co., Hon Francisco; ItlCE .. COFFIN
uSlst^'klly.110"0^^ * °°- Bacrom  "" Rnd b'
A N   A S T O N 8 H 11 N G   It E M E 1)7?
II U I. L OTAT'B     OI N T II g x T
It Expel* Disease I ,
It is paid thnt nil productions of human sl<ii' 1
their .lay, unel are superseded by new inventions ot J'1
coveries.   Not »o with tins remedy.    " It is Dot f*
day, but for all timo, und in nil countries." Auel Wh^i I
Because it strikes nt the- generic root of nil i\fniJ;
the- blood, and medical art can accomplish nothingi'" I
vi.nd that.     The- ointment, penetrating tbrouirhfa
nud   fibre,  like  water   through a porous tubittto
reaches the germ or disease, such as scrofula, erytipdu |
cancer, tumor, aud all eruptive and ulcerous discS
fn the circulation, and e-iiidieiite-ii the taintatoBttS
forever iu this climate.
Bad Ltgl,
This Ointment will cure any case of Tinil Ltgjrejja
of twenty years standing, or however hnrd orUisculortd
the flesh may be, or if swollen the size of a p^
body, provided tho Ointment is well rubbed into n,
whole of the- parts affected twice a day in large i|Mj,
titics. ami thc parts kept covered with linen ragstliiclii
Bprcad with the Ointment; from this mudc of treatmei;
a plentiful discharge of unhealthy humor will foib,
until tho wounds aro all healed on the let/, or utlti
parts assume their natural appearance,
Old   Wounds,   Sores, and Ulcers.
The most inveterate cases of bad legs, scrofoloni,,
ther sores, arc cured, if of 20 yeirs standing, briti
Tbe effect of M
rs und sores, is al. I
mini   .-uie.-.  ,».,    vi.iv>.,  ..   ...   ...    j....,
joint use nf the Ointment and Pills,
unrivalled remedy upon virulent ulcer
most miraculous. It lirst discbarges ...»).»,„
produces suppuration and proud lic-sb, and thei iie
cures which its healing properties afterwards compltd
arc sul'e us well ns permanent, li 1ms a wonderfulefT«i
in ihe- cure uf sores occasioned by uiosquotOB,satj.
Hies, or giggor-.
Puei,
This Oiulment will euro the worst cases of l'iies*r
used according to the printed directions even if of J|
years Btimdiiig.
Eruptions on the Skin.
Blotches, pimples, dry eruptions, and all irritatiou
of the skin, fade aud disappear after a fewapp!icsUei|
of Holloway's Ointment. In these cases brisk frittja-
is indispensable. Many of the ordinary eruption! n
caused by suppressed perspiration, and as this penetttt
ing unguent nt once "pens the pores, and invigoitia
the nbsorbents, it dissipates the inflnmmotios byt
double process. Ladies wlu.se faces or anas are li*.
figured by cutaneous diseases, may readily rcmovetki
blemish and restore to the .-km its natural tint,Suj,
hility, and softness, by the use of this safe but pond,
lut counter-irritant.
King's Evil, Fever Sores.
In cases of King's Evil where medicinal ''-tin,
lotions, and every recipe of pharmacopoeia have prow
useless, the Oiutment will accomplish a thorough tut.
Fever sores heal quickly under its influence,anil
relaxing effect upon contracted sinews is truly ivuinl«.
ful.
Rheumatism, Scrofula, Erysipelas.
These nre among the most terrible and agonizing &
eases, ycl iii their worst forms, and when Fcciriiii-tj
incurable, they invariably disappear under a perseverajj
application of this soothing, healing untidute to pu
ami inflammation.
Both the Ointment and Pills should be used inthtfollm
cases:—
Uml Legs. Contracted   and
lim' Krcusts. Stiff Joints.
It .'ns. Elephantiasis.
I>iiiiitnis. fistulas.
liteof MosquctoCB Gout,
and Sand-Flies. Glandular Swellings.
Lumbago.
Piles,
Rheumatism.
soia at tne establishment of Pbopbssoe Hourt
244, Strand, (near Temple linr) London ; and "I'5'1'!"
spectnblo Druggists and Dealers in Medicines tbroufi!
oul tho iiiiliscd world. .
firrf" There is a considerable saving by t«K.ng i»
larger sizes.
N. II.—Directions  for  thc  guie'iinec of ptttientl
every d sordcr are tilliie-d to each Pot.
CURTIS   .V.  MOORE, Agent*.
yates-street, Victoria, >• 'j
Coco-bay.
Chiego-foot.
I'urns  (soft)
Cancers.
Sold at thc c
'Scalds.
Sore Nipples.
Sore-tliroaU.
Skiu-U'svnjc:
Scurvy.
Sort-lie'iuh.
Tumors.
I'lcers.
Wounds.
Yaws.
L K V I   &   II 0 A S
Columbia Street.
THOLESALE nntl RETAIL Dealois in all wrtjj
DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, BOOTS and SBW
kc.    Have always on band a large assortment ol rj
visions and Groceries direct from Situ FranciKQi
soil tlicm nt the lowest market prices,
All orders front the country will be promptly in
ded to.
m28, Dm
PHILLIP     HICK,
Government Bakory,
nns thc best quality of Breads, Pies and Caic..
KLEI'S  on hand  a good assortment of Phil
country Trade also Pilot Hrend, Soda, SugM,«
Butter CracKers. , „„,
Aeood assortment of family Groceries, nnd««
thing necessary for Bakers' use in the upper cou««
such ns Fruit, Lard, kc, kc.
I
WE1JSTER k CO.,
YATES    KTUKKT,    VICTOIUA,
WHOLESALE and  RETAIL  Dealers  in   BoOTI»
Suons, Leather, nnd Findings, of every tie
scrlption. >t
Also-Ladies' Shoes of all kinds. mMr*
'  !%
1
MAYER,   RE IN HART,    k    0 0v
FORWARDING AND COMMISSION MKHCHAWj
NKW  WKSTMIXSTKII,  11.   0., ,i
HAYING concluded arrangements for a Mgw«"|
of vessels, to run twice u month ^"''-1
Snn Friincisc to this placo, would bc pleased tore |
orders for liritish Columbia, ..J
Leiters addressed to us in euro ol Messrs.. ■. i
Rclnhart, k Co.. Victoria, V. 1., John Dow.'., '"'I
II.   (iehiie'kc,  San   Francisco,  Ca.,  Will   mcci
prompt attention.
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MESSRS,   W.   S.' K1UKLAND & 0.,
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1, Kv.'o-AVi)iir,m Street, Strand,	
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BEG to call the alleuliou of renders of Ens'|"'' -J
papers in Vancouver Island, BritiBu- \-°j'<• nj
and California to tho advantage of subscribing .1
" Evoning Mail" newspaper, which is <i ™l*™L|,|j{|
lished three times a week, of all tho leading
essays, correspondents1 letters, nnd news  °t^~
Times" London newspaper, everything l»ul
tisomonts, and enn be sent posl free, to a.. .•    ^
Vancouver Island, British  Columbia' '••■-• f. nr J1
via the United .Stales, for XI Is per -l^rA1^
per annum, paid in advance ; thus being
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Subscription
Weslniinsler
Columbia,
s  received  nt tho  oflice  of tl"0
Times,"     New   'Westminster,
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purchasers.   For Sale by sCOI'Ti
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