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THE SYRIAN MASSACRE.
{From the London Times.)
Wo cannot find in any supposed rcconcili-
Ition of thc Lebanon  tribes a reason for dis-
Iitading France and England from making
peir appearance  in  Syria, exacting a heavy
^engcancc for what has been done, and tak-
ig precautious  against a repetition of thc
Irimc.    These have been abovo everything
perfidious and cruel.   There may be those
rho think that they arose only from the
•suds of two tribes, both  equally savage and
istinatc, although ono of them affects the
loctrincs of Christianity.    Wc  do  not say
lliiit the Druses wero   instruments   in the
lands of some Machiavellian Pasha, and that
liny were prevailed upon to attack their
loighbors in    order   that the Mussulmans
[light be excited to a general massacre; but
Ire  do saj- that,  according to  all that has
transpired concerning these events, there has
ftson  so much  complicity between  the non-
Ehristian races that the Druses ought not to
be held solely responsible, and the Mussulmans acquitted.     Tho spirit which  has cx-
fr-nded itself for the last three years through
lie  country has  been  ono of bitter resentment against tho    European  States which
rfiavo saved Turkey, and  of spite against the
' In-istians. The Mussulmans have been most
iubjoct to thoso emotions, and if one part)'
|ias learnt of tho other it  is tho Druses who
rire thc pupils.   Tho war is essentially one
between the two great religions that divide
mankind, and unless the Mussulmans now receive a lesson the massacres of Syria will
ion recommence, and follow tho same course
is those which havo stained with blood other
portions of the Empire."
Thc interference of tho Wostern powers is
lcrofore amply justified, nor do wc regret to
see   Franco  enter  upon  the enterprise with
her usual  energy.     Turkey has shown  her
inability to keep order in this province, from
which Mohomet AH  was driven by English
[arms only twent}- years ago.     The states
[which signed the convention of eighteen hun-
Idretl and  forty, and thoso also which took
[part in the treaties of eighteen hundred and
■fifty-six, are responsible for the well being of
Itlio  region   which, on  thc former occasion,
[they transferred to Turkish authority, and
[which four years ago they agreed to guarantee
[to the  Sultan, together with  the rest of his
Jdominions.      When  Christians aro  put   to
^deatli under the eyes of Turkish Kaimakans,
[and when their arms arc carried away by
[order of Turkish officers, it is high timo to
interpose.     Turkey has so much to do in
[other quarters, and is so slow in her move-
Imenls, that  with   tho   best intentions   sho
wjuld bo unablo to do much.   France is ac-
jcordingly about to send a body of troops to
[lhc coast, and England will co-oporato by sea.
jit may be that the knowledge of theso facts
will stir up the Porte to moro than usual en-
[crgy, nnd  that Fund  Rasha will endeavor to
bring things into order beforo  thc combined
[squadrons commence operations.   Thc news
of peace being established between the two
llribes seems a move in   this  direction.   But
[Europe is not likely to  bo imposed upon by
any such shallow artifices.     It will  be tho
■duty of Christian  nations to occupy such
[points of lhc coast as will compel tho Mussul-
jman races of tho country to recognise tho
[necessity of keeping thoir fanaticism within
[bounds.   It wilt also bo thoir dnty to insist
that tho Porto shall punish tho chiofs and
their accomplices, evon though somo of tho
culprits aro to bo found in tho Sultan's own
army.   Tho political arrangements by which
theso ends aro to bo attained nppoar to us of
I inferior importance-    It is decidedly advis-
| able to treat the Porto as a Government indc-
[ pendent and equal with our own, and lo occu-
j py tho country only under a convention with
that power; but if such an arrangement can-
I not bo made, then in tho name of humanity
lot us disregard etiquette, and put an end at
onco to these horrors.
VICTORIA   DRY   GOODS STORE.
K. GAMBITZ,
YATES  8TREET,   VICTORIA,
nt   bis   EIRE-PROOF STORE, where lie  is constantly supplied  with  Nkw  Goods by every
steamer, and bus always on band a
-- ■ • fipk;adii-CiEEO$t-Qor>t>of.	
CLOAKS   AND   MANTILLAS,
[Silk, Velvet, and  Cloth.    Also a large variety of fine
Silks nml Bonnets.
An excellent variety of Alexander's
KID   GLOVES, and a full assortment of Gcn-
[ Roman's Furnishing Goods, line Frock Coats;   Dross
Coats: OverCoats; Vestsnntl Pantaloons
of ilill'ercnt colors;   Fnsbionnble Silk
Until.     Gilt Cornices, Curtnin
Rings,   Window    Similes,
of all eolers, French
Casslmeres, Broadcloth, Heaver, and Pilot.
Also—a  lull  nssortincnt of Tailors' Trimmings.
FAMILY  FURNISHING GOODS.
S'mivls,  Alpacas,   Merinos,  DcLaines,   Furs,  Gloves,
Riding   Huts,  Gauntlets,  Clonks,  Mantillas,   Velvets,
i krabroidorios, Ribbons, Laces, Carpets, Rugs, Druggets,
Oil-Cloths, Paper Hangings, Mattings, etc., etc.,
and nil other goods pertaining to the
business, at the lowest prices.
N. Tt.—All orders from British Columbia, Oregon, or
Washington Territory, by express or otherwise, will be
promptly ntltemleil lo.
mlO-ly K. GAMBITZ.
FURNITURE.
BY LATE ARRIVALS, the undersigned have re
ceived additions to their hitherto well-assorted
slock of Furniture—and now oner
Painted sets, ten pieces ;
Extension Tables, 8 and 10 feet long;
Centre Tables, serpentine and round ops, assorted
sizes ;
Card Table, harp nnd square pillars
Common Tables, 2}, 3, and 3£ long:
Bedsteads, Mahogany, French, Cottage, double and
single; *-**
Lounges, spring scats, in damask and leather covers;
Sofas, spring scats, hair cloth, with round and pillow
ends ;
Desks, with fall and tloor fronts ;
Cbcffonlers, walnut and mahogany carved fronts, 3
shelves, fret work ;
Bureaus, one-half marble top, scroll and pninted pine,
4 nml (i drawers;
What-nots, walnut nnd mahogany, **• and C shelves ;
Mirrors, in gilt mid mahogany frames, assorted sizes,
for parlors, chambers, and snloons;
Children's Cribs and Cradles, also High and Low
Chairs, assorted sizes ;
Chairs, Mahogany, Hair-cloth, spring seats, cane and
wootl seat, ollice, oak, dining, Grecian cane, heavy barroom, and common wood seat;
Rockers, spring seats, mahogany and cane seats snd
backs, sewing nntl arm ;
Sinks, Washstands, Chair Cushions, Coverlets, Towel
Racks, Willow Cribs, kc
—ALSO—
B E D I) ING,
Pulu, Curled Hair, Moss, Wool, and Strn« Mattresses,
best Feather Pillows, all sizes;   in the manufacture of
which we use none but the best materials, and guarantee our work.
PIERCE & SEYMOUR.
Broad-street, between Yates and View streets.
Victoria, V. I., April 11, 18G0. 3m
CLARKSUN   &   WITHROW,
coLciiniA-s-rnEKT.
CONTRACTORS   AND   BUILDERS.
CALEDONIA BRIDGE END
IRON     WORKS,     VICTORIA.
DOUGALL k SON, Iron and Brass Founders, practical Engineers, Draughtsmen, kc    Machinery
of every description made to order.
Agent in British Columbia, Mr. W. Winnnrd, Langley,
March 21, 1800. 3m
L A N G L E Y    k   BRO T II E It S,
IMl'OItTKRS AND IiEALKIIS IS
ENGLISH AND  FOREIGN  DRUGS, CHEMICALS,
DYE-STUFFS, PERFUMERY,
and     TOILET ARTICLES,
GENUINE    PATENT    MEDICINE.
GARDEN,  FIELD,  AND   FLOWER   SEEDS,
of  reliable qualities.
Paints, Brushes, Window Glass, Putty, and Varnishes.
Uils: Raw and Boiled Linseed, China, Sperm,
Lard,  Polar, Ncalsfoot,  Coal  and
Machine.
Camphene, Burning Fluid, and AlcoholJ
L A MPS,
For Coal Oil and Burning Fluid, &c, kc
Orders executed at tbe  lowest market rates   and
promptly dispatched. ml7-3m
NEW     GOODS.
RECEIVED nt Stationers' Hail, a large addition to
our stock of
BOOKS   AND    STATIONERY,
carefully selected from a well-tilled market, containing
many New uml Popular Books among them.
S T A T I O N E R Y,
both low priced and superfine, of every description, iu
lots, to wholesale or retail.
A   Beautiful   -tssortment   of
OOI.D   I'KNS,   AMI    FINK    POCKET   CUTLERY.
Also,—Many articles of Staple and Fancy Stationery,
and Standard and Miscellaneous Books heretofore not to be had in this market.
HIBBEN k CARSWELL,
jul.l-lm Yates-street, Victorin.
BANK OF BRITISH NORTH AMERICA.
ESTABLISHED  llf   1836.
Incorporated by Royal Charter in  184(1.
CAPITAL, $5,000,000
VICTORIA BRANCH.
Special Deposits received in sums of $100 and upwards, re-payable on demand. Charge for safe
keeping, onb--Ji*arter or one per cent, per month.
Gold Dust received for snfo keeping, at the rate ol
five cents peb oz. per month.
Drafts Issueu on London 60 days after Sight, at
thc rate of St 915 per £1, stg.
3 days after sight, (in sums of £50, nnd upwards)
$5, per £1 stg.
3 days after sight (in sums under £50) $5 10, per
£1, sterling.
Dhakts on demand or nt short sight, issued on the
principal Cities and Towns in Scotland and Ireland, nt
thc rate of $5 If) per .-"it stg.
Drafts on thc principal Cities in the North American
Provinces, at 3 days, as follows :—
Canada. 4 per cent, premium.
New Brunswick, 4     " "
"'Nova Sco'.ia....... 2 J    " '"•'*
Drafts or. New York, nt 3 days, 3 per cent, prenn'am.
"     "   Messrs. B. Davidson k May, San Francisco
at sight—par.
Office hours 10 a. h., to 3 p. m.—Saturday 10 to 1 o'clock.
F. W. WOOD,
Manager.
Victoria, March 17, 18C0. tc
CHOICE  OLD  WINES AND  BRANDIES.
W .   II .    OLIVER,
IMPORTER AND WHOLESALE DEALER IN
FINE OLD WINES, BRANDIES, a- SPIRITS
Johnson stroet, opposite Wharf street,
l*j in constant, receipt, by every arrival, of new and
fresh goods belonging to the trade, in bulk nnd cases.
Traders, dealers, and Proprietors of Bnrs, arc invited
to call and examine my stock, where they will find a
most, complete and full assortment of everything comprised iu the Liquor line, and nt the lowest prices.
SUPERIOR   CALIFORNIA   WINK,
a very choice, light, and pure wino for family use, in
cases nnd packages.    Its purity can be depended upen,
and is worthy the attention of all connoisseurs.
jc20-lra
FRASER RIVER PICKLED AND SMOKED SALMON
"TT'OR SALE a large quantity of Pickled and Smoked
Jj Salmon, cured this season in the best style, by the
Pioneer fisherman,
C. II. MORSE,
Fort Langley,
Any orders left with   the Purser of thc   steamer
Col. Moody, will meet with prompt attention.    Prices
moderate. nul5-3m
H E N R Y     HyO L B R O O K,
COMMISSION    MERCHANT,
Liverpool Wharf, Columbia-street, New iWstincnstcr,
British  Columbia.
BONDED STORAGE always ready for from 500 to
1000 tons merchandise, consignments received,
duties paid, and all orders for tbe mines for flour, bacon,
beans, and other goods, immediately attended to.
Great advantages accrue to parties importing direct
to New Westminster, who will meet with immediate
sale for cargoes of staple goods.
For Sale ex recent arrivals at Victoria prices—
437 rolls satin glazed paper hangings assorted
patterns.
40 firkins Hope's Butter.
2000 lbs Eastern Bacon.
2000 lbs sugar-cured Hams.
100 mats No. 1 China Rice.
10 bbls S. I. Molusscs.
10 bbls S. I. Sugar.
1000 Ris Bayos Beans.
50 tins English paint, whito lead, and assorted
colors.
50 gallons Boiled Linseed Oil.
5000 lbs English Bird's Eye Tobacco ;
Iln assortment of Englisll Cutlery, Electro-plated spoons
nnd forks j Hunt's Axes and Mattocks ; Tar, Pitch,
and Oakum.
Also to Arrive—
20 cases Pilot Bread,
5 cases Soda, Ginger Snapp, and Jenny Lind
Crackers,
30 dozen  2lb  tins roast chicken, roast mutton,
and Iresh apples,
10 boxes Starch,
5 cases half-gallon PickleB,
5 cases Ground Coffee,
and a general  assortment of goods suitable for this
market. jy4-lm
JAMES PATRICK & CO.
ARE   REGDLARLT  IN  TIIE  RECEIPT  OF
BUTTER, CLEAR BACON SIDES, HAMS, AND PORK
CANDLES,—Hydraulic, Pressed and Adamantine.
LARD—"J. II. & Co.'s" 10-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 nre direct from the manufacturers, consequently can be offered at
comparatively low prices:
Half-Pounds.
T. k S. Hnrdgrove's Peach
Turpin k Ynrbrough's Apricot;
J. H. Greaner's Pride of the Union
A. L. Royster's Fruit;
W. Greaner's Sun;
T. k S. Hardgrovc' 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 H. Grcnner;
Gallcgo—Clopton;
J. M. Lnnghorn k Co.'s Extra;
Brewer's Gold Leaf;
Murrell k Burke's Sun-Cured ;
Rockndny—Golden Seal;
Ciralda, Wine Sap, etc.
Bright Half-Pounds.
Gold Leaf—J. II. Greaner;
Pippin—John W. Young;
Wine Snp—George W Gillian
Fancy Tobaccos
Invincible Twist;
Planter's Pride Twist, in foil;
Wine Sap Twist;
Atlantic Cable Tw'st, in foil;
Perfect Love, small plugs;
Gome Cock Twist, in foil.
Smoking Tobacco.
Hardgrove'a Peerless, Ktllikinick and Riddick's Gold
Leaf.
Fine Cut.
John Anderson k Co.'s Solace.
Snub
Lorillard's Coarse Rappee and Mncuboy.
For sale by single case or package.
FINE HAVANA SEGARS.
By each Steamer we are in receipt of the Choicest
Brands of Havana Scgars, selected by our house in
Havana (Patrick y Ca.) especially for this market.
The above goods are offered to the trade by the single case or package, by   JAMES PATRICK k CO.,
mlO-ly San Francisco.
COALS I COALS I COALS III
DIRECT FROM NANAIMO in nny quantity to suit
purchasers.   For Sale by
J. T. SCOTT,
all-tc Pioneer Wharf.
MESSRS.  W.   S. *K1RKLAND k O.,
AGENTS,
7, King William Street, Strand,
LOSliO.N,   ENGLAND,	
BEG to call the attention of readers of English newspapers in Vancouver Island, British Columbia,
and California to the advantage of subscribing to the
" Evening Mail" newspaper, which is a reprint published three times a week, of all tho leading nrticlcs,
essays, correspondents' letters, and news of " Thc
Times" London newspaper, everything but the advertisements, and can be sent post free to all parts of
Vancouver Island, British Columbia, and California,
via the United States, for £1 Is per quarter, or £4
per annum, paid in advance j thus being " Tho Times"
at Half Price.
Subscriptions received at thc office of tho " New
Westminster Times," New Westminster, British
Columbia. m2-ly
J. B. PAINTER,
(successor to o'meara & painter)
THANKFUL for thc pRSt favors shown the late firm
would respectfully inform Printers that owing to increased facilities, and rccont instructions from tho
Foundry, he is now prepared to soil Plain and Ornamental Type, Presses, Printing Material, Paper, Cards
and Printers' Stock generally, 132, Clay-stroct, near
Sausuine, Snn Francisco.
MALE AND FEMALE EMPLOYMENT.—Geo. W
Chapin <fc Co.'s Male and Female Employment Oflice,
under tho supervision of the Young Mens' Christian
Association. Particular attention paid to supplying
private families with servants of all kinds.
Also,  have a   House  Brokerage, and Real Estate
Agency Office, collect Bills, Rents, etc.
GEO. W. CHAPIN 4 Co.,
fl5-tc N. E. cor. Clay and Kearny streets.
JAMES PATRICK, and Co., San Francisco,
mh21 tc Sole Agents for California.
BEES!     BEESI!     BEES!!!
—FOR SALE  BY—
J.     Y...     WILSON,
I   No.  10, Commercial-street, San Francisco.
OFFER for sale a large number of fine swarms o
California Bees, in every kind of moveable-frame
Hive wotthy of mention.
These Bees were bred in Alameda county, under the
supervision of Mr. N. W. Palmer, one of the most skillful Apiarists in the State.
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 at a lower
rate than any other dealer in the state.
Full instructions for the management of Becrt, nnd
all particulars respecting them can be had by nnplyinif
t0                                                   J.Y.WILSON,
at the Oregon and California Provision depot
No. 19, Commercial-street, San Frnncisco.
S8f Parties wishing Bees can havo them forwarded
by Wells Fargo  k Co.'s Express to any part of California, Oregon, Washington Territory, or British Co-
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Drugs, Medicines, Paints, Oils, White Lead, Camphene
Alcohol, Coal Oil nnd Coal Oil Lamps,
GARDEN, FRUIT, FLOWER, AND FIELD SEEDS.
Agents for all tho celebrated Patent Medicines.
Orders promptly filled at San Francisco rates.
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SVV91E8
ARE tho most refreshing and agreeable tonic ever
produced, beinav manufactured from tho pure
Juice at tliolirnpo, imparta to tho whole system
health, vigor and strength. It is a sure preventive of
all diseases of a billions nature. Costlveness, Indigestion. Fever unci Ague, nml removes from the
stomach nil -IiiUiickh of action.
For Snlo by nil tho Druggists and Liquor Dealers
throughout tho United States.
GEO. T. GRIMES,
■, r.      . ,    _     „ San Francisco.
Sole Agent fur Bun 1-raucisou.
SOUTHGATE 4 MITCHELL,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS, AU>ert Wharf, Victoria.,
Vancouver Island, nnd Battery-street, San Francisco, California. 17m3m
G.   VIGNOLO,
IMPORTER   nnd   Dealer in   Havana  Cigars,  and
Cignritos, Johnson-street, opposite Wharf-street,
Victoria. ml7-3m
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ERNEST     PICHT,
BREWER,
SEW    WEBTMINHTEB.
VICTORIA PRICES CURRENT AND SHIPPING LIST.
PUBLISHED every fortnight in time for the California
Mail Steamer. The prices Current contains the
correct and nnthentic rates and prices of all descriptions of articles in the Victoria market, as well as reliable reports of the state of trade, shipping, 4c. 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
thc oflice of the V. I. Gazette, Victoria.
H.   WATERS,   TINSMITH,   4c,
NEW WESTMINSTER, H. C,
INFORMS the Traders and Miners of FraBCT River
that he is now prepared to furnish all kinds ot
camping utensils, in Tin,  Iron, and Copper, fit for
Miners and Family nsc.
Also, Gutters and Leader?.
Job Work promptly attended to a4-3m
JONAS    G.   CLARK    4   CO.,
IMPORTERS   AMD   MANUFACTURERS  OF
FURNITURE      AND     BEDDING,
of every description,
128, Washington   streeet, San   Francisco.
49 and 51, Fourth street, between J. and K streets,
Sacramento.
Hunter street, between Main and Levee, Stockton.
And First street, San Jose. je20-3m
LIQUORS, &c,
THOMAS PATTRICK, & Co., have for sale in store,
and to arrive,
Martell Brandy,
Booth's Old Tom, in puncheons,
Booths Old Tom, in cases,
Burnett's Old Tom in cases,
McKcnzie's Old Tom, in casos,
Tanqueray 4 Co.'s Old Tom, in cases,
Scotch   Whiskey,   in   puncheons,
Scotch Whiskey, in cases
Jamaica Rum, in puncbeoiiB,
Wines of every description,
—also—
The finest Burton nnd Scotch Ales,
Bottled        do do
Devonshire Cider, in cases.
March 21, 1860. 3m
WEBSTER 4 CO.,
YATE8    STREET,    VICTORIA,
WHOLESALE and RETAIL Dealers in Boots and
Shoes, Leather, and Findings, of every description.
Also—Ladies' Shoes of all kinds. mhl7-3m
PACIFIC FOUNDRY AND MACHINE SHOP,
"/lltST-BTRBET,  SAN   FRANCISCO.
We continue to manufacture, at the above well known
establishment,
Steam Engines,
Quart*,
Flour,
Saw Mill,
and other machinery, of every description, and Iron
and Brass Castings of all kinds.
From thc long experience we have had, mid the superior tools and machinery, and the very large collection
of patterns at our command, we feel confident that onr
facilities for turning out the best style of work, with
dispatch, and at the lowest rates, are not surpassed on
the Pacific coast.
Russia Iron Screens for Quartz Mills, made at short
notice. Orders for all kinds of work will receivo prompt
attention.
GODDARD. HANSCOM, 4 RANKIN,
jtlO-tm Late Goddard * Oo.
SEED WHEAT.
THOMAS PATTRICK, 4 Co., have some choies lot!
of Seed Wheat on hand from Australia, Mexico, tht
Meditterranean, and Van Dieman's Land.
Farmers are invited to inspect samples.
For Sale by
THOMAS PATTRICK ft Co.,
Corner Government and Johnson streets, Victorin.
rn21-lm
DR. ROSENBAUM'S STOMACH BITTERS I
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 be relieved of, by
use of these Bitters, as per directions on the Bottles.
This great anti-dyspeptic is tbe result of profound and
elaborate study of one of the mosl celebrated physicians
of the present century, in the accomplishment of which
he has spent both time and money. We do not hesitate
to affi 'm that where Dr. Rosenbauuv'a Stomach Bitters
are used, a case of Fever and Ague cannot occur. It
has been analyzed by the most scientific chemists in.
thc Medical Faculty, and is now prescribed by nine-
tenths of the Physicians of the land. Try them—test
them—on your constitution, and go your way rejoicing.
Are you dyspeptic 7—take these Stomach Bitters.
Are you bilious ?—try one of these bottles and be relieved at once.
Are you annoyed by indigestion or constipation ?—
remove the cause by a free use of the Bitters.
Have you fever and ague 7—cure and prevent this
destroying disease by the free use of these Bitters.
Tho superiority of these Bitters has induced many to
put up a spurious article. To prevent deception in
future, each cork will be branded, "N.B.Jacobs 4 Co."
And the labols will bear our own signature, without
which, none are genuine.
Caution.— Consumers of Rosenbaum's Bitters aro
cautioned against the many counterfeits now afloat in
tho market, and especially against a cheap and worthless article called Rosenschf s Bitters, put np in this
by Messrs. Turner Bro.'s, with the avowed intention of
preying on the well-earned reputation of Rosenbaum's
Bitters, as a remedial agont in all cases of Dyspepsia
and similar diseases. Tho genuine Rosenbnum has our
name brandod on each cork, and our signature on each
label.
N. B. JACOBS 4 Co., Proprietors
mil-Cui Sansouio st., comer Commercial.
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This journal is pnblisbed erery Satn
at  the office,  C lum i - tr   I   '•'■ sr Wi
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AGENTS FUR THE SEW WESTMINSTER TIMES.
Victoria—W. F. Hjbbbs, Yates-street.
Vale—Mr. Humpheey.
Pokt Doiolak—Mr. Thos. Cooper.
Fobt Hope—Mr. J. II. Merrit,
Shimilkouekn asij Rock Creek.
Sa.-; Pkavcisco—Mr. Thos. Ilovcs, corner Montgomery and Washington-streets.
Cayoosh—Mr. A. MacDonald,
Nanaimo—Mr. M'Innes.
Loffooi*—Messrs. W. L. Klrkland and Co., (Evcniug
Mail; No. 7, King William-street, Strand,
SCALE OF CHARGES FOR ADV
Oxe Lien, on cider—One insertion...
" «' One  month	
" " Three months...
" " Six month	
Two Is cues, on less—Om   insertion...
ti ii One   month	
" •' Three months...
" " Six months	
Fofn Inches, on, less—One insertion...
" " due month	
« " Three  months....
Advertisements of larger dimension:
periods ».-; per agreement.
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every country in thc world, and ia none more*
bo tliftn the  neighboring Republic.    Er.t we
wish to see our fore.gn population turned to
some account, instead of being repeatedly
r-ast in our faces as a bar to our politi ...
I rights- Commercially speaking, v.-ere it n t
, for foreigners and foreign capital Britis i Columbia  might eoUap.se  t*> rporrow     It is r. t
thc policy of this or adj iic-w*  c-oorilry to
throw ol strustions  in the way of this class
every inducement should, on the contrary, be
held out for the investment of foreign capital
for from   the moment a   man  invests   his
money in  any country he  is, for the ::r-*.c-
being, as much interested in its welfare as the
most patriotic inhabitant-   But what truaran-; ....  _.
.      . „     „ w.    , .    I Snmflknwecn ts attracting
tee or security is tliere  for foreign capital in I ,-l;.    .-    _„. -r
British Columbia, tinder the present state   :     .-. :: .-     . •   ■   -.-..
non-representation ?     The   whole    raai::'. .*.-
tions of commerce may bo seriooslyafleci   lin
asit.gle  daywithout  the knowledge   r con- !■ ' ':=» •*•
sent 'if the inhabitants,   Customs duties i.
be raisfl or lowered, and men enrichc i or irretrievably ruined at any mom nt   Ofc an
tbo good faith aiid integrity of t!     I   \
ment will always ^^^^^
Siveril "..*■:*£< piece*
•"•ere oi):a:--: 1 previous
-,. -   •■      -_-.-. .     >" . .      rs
McsiciriL
Wm—The council met pursuant to    Brt
bam. seeing these  t-.vo representatives io jU,J
,e)ierlng*jritb roost enlightened Eurom.,1'
idiournment  or. Thursday last, for the purpose of bear-   posit  in    n I 0 -,.• ring-jritn roost enlightened BuroIK.8n.
i,.«V . ■'- ■ rainsl the municipal assessment.    A large- | that our national necrophobia is a compound of £T
' 'I1: ".'.'.". TV-   re c tered, after which ihe council' dice and bypoerisi I .•-/■•itcn by slaw ry. could not ttZ
',■.'.*' . •'.-.-.    Al mtsix o'clock an ad- j thi tei       ti n ol calling Mr. Dallas' aiteation to tb
'.  . '     ,    "'.■.-     •   • • ;„« ,; ■.- at one   fact that one ol bi   fellow members "its a neci-o   ti
._ scot u 5
r 1M7 «":<»? •>-
l"r X -i.-.- S  '- i'.i     -.     i-fv -;*-."•
not arrived s:  Fori :-...-e
:.:.-:"       N   ml :r-   hai
'.: -.v.; 2-tiJ ti    ey: :r-*...""2
i,  ,.
■n K<x*e Creek when tbe
accownts are col so fiat-
i i so eitr-ivaras'ly pro-
:t aad are continuing to
the winter months, I it
laaber of them. From
.-■re  enconra-'ricg. but tbe
I
•>: attraction,
* Ri
•'- *-    *   :
*r. I in *'• I   -'.   ■ nj» t    -
rs are d     .- ■■•   I     id
.   re  is :. ithi  -
-   I   .- : *      lbs.
more bead: devoted io the object the better.   Considerable  rednctions   are  being  made   on  the  original
j assessment roil, r.nd we have no doubt that when the
1 revision is completed there wiiibe few property-holders
that ivill have any cause for complaint.
Abscosdixc Dkbtoii.— A  merchant named  C'rainor
I trading between Cayoosh and Alexandria ran away some
| 'lays ago wilh about $15,ijuo belonging principally to
merchants in Victoria.
Vegetable Piiodcctioxs. — We were shewn some
very fin» potatoes the other day by Mr. Kennedy that
wi re -_r.j-.vti nu his farm on the south side "!' the river.
Tl ■ •■ n ■•• ry i irge and of good flavor ; and Mr. Kcn-
n y inform - ihal h • has bestowed no rare on thi ni
•- m the '.- • they were planted until be dug them
•- n tl '.. This speaks well of the capability of tbe
I to prodnce at least good poUtocs.
*!'■■•.■    M        , ,    _     1 ■ •     ...  >
members «as a negro,"-fj'
i-.      •■'••;.•!; if it =tnng,H!av
....:...       g,nol Ur! Brongham.gateitrt
uj    nt.    It was a just and timely rehnke ts 0»
  ■ '        . :   an'.   nypocrin
That it was 'oiflii iltfoi Mr Dallas properly to notice i|.
•..   fully realize.    That 'silence  was his bestpoasibl,
:,-..:      . ..•       (I thai ;-.rt.r,nof ourAine,
ich     ;.) • - ...... with .-itir. :r. hi3 tmW_
:..-■:...„•. ..-. hada*Mkc. e.-nrepKouof the wiedo|^
saying i. :.:.!.■-'. when Inert- i? really nothing (0 gJv.
would liave been better for Mr. Dallas aud for tk!
reputation of our country.—.V. V. Tribune.
 * *».»—	
TIIE PRINCE OF WALE.S AT QUEIIEC.
Latest advices  bring  the Prince of Wales down I.
Montreal: tbe subjoined  details of his luovcmetrts i!
Quebec will be read with interest :—
.„•„,.,.   Auk. 21.—Amid a   pouring rain, the Prjn(,
nerol's house, to take np his reJ
I--'nt un
'.ir..'
Qceue
fl the Oovern       ^	
dencc in the Parli lutuit Buildings.   At the'levee iii
thoIlomanCatholi, iiishop   in th, Province were'pj
- :,t. I  separately,   m r*   "••■   '•■•'••—   .<■ -<    „    '""
i- mrl 'i ii •••   rOs •••: i.
lature and '
dress  in   I"
plied.   At
ifortanatcly
lO   !i
NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS
All A'ivei
matzUr Tim
(Ctrl
|.  OJ.l; tn
■ plicit faith in tho capacity or
i of their rulers; and so Ioi  ■ a
j on their presei t an -   tie I I asi
ttmoiir.l of '   pital will   ■ *.'-..■ ;
trade in the  colony.    It  is   :.
have  want  of confidence in I
t'j prodnce tbis  -.:;'■   *.    *....   b
fc ing procl lim  1  as  . .•••". h i
sanction by the \c: j\.\f: is safii
• ..
im-
.—A
: s c e .
jation1 to tjam ..
•-,  r 1 ii'.vurs.
.". in   ".-..* *.
It    -
C O R It E S 1' o :> u
Ui '
■ Judges of th,. siptriS
iada, iii'i-. .lie membc-rsofUie.Ltij-k
I ie Speaker of « Well read nn ad.
■ a Bi glish, to which tbe Prince «.
■ii. the Speaker was desired ii
'  •   •'■     ■ •   ' king an Hnjuciitid
: "■ ''      •"    kthe Spealcrf
.   •"■•'   N  i i      I'.' i;''nu.'  Hi
' '    then introduced
'   ' •   '' '   ''      •".     ■■"'• Win. Ilenrj
■ •   onorof ki   rbtbood was alio bs
tin   • '     rs ol the  garrison wen
Ai lishop and clergy,^
snd i • leived nn appropriate it.
. ■   Hemen were tbi n presented,   i
■ fi       '• ■'. i   I Socii ties were pn.
I '       rds of 50 member! ol
•   il  •    I   '■     mbly, parlook ofi
'riuce.     In the afternoon the l'riiiel
rem i   Falls.     There were a dom
;■-. !   the  b i :  ' ■ wcre dreiscil will
on  th    :     It beered Ijistily.  The
ih : sith ■      1' Us.   !!'• visited tb|
rel        I to town to dinner at serei
t party comes  • ff at Music llallt»
iefc ilif.stiitinsttv   ftmr
.V ?"•',*
ATTRDAT, SEPTEMBER 22
\V£  eec by Tnesdaj
Br:t:-h Columbia j • titi
Commons by Mr. ii
presentation i-: not
la
Colonist that thc
ti :. for Representative
■.:.*." 1 in thc House of
back. The date of the
ren      Wc have all the
question be entertain . I :.:.i.> session of •'•..
ment or not, we hope  His Excellency Go*,
nor Douglas will improvise some Lcgislal
system in the meantime until  Bach peri
general representation shall Lave been
| taincJ.
fr*r=.
;aH. h<
.    Uest
i'   .'-'. -. I
in3 arrive-.
a former
he bftrq-jtH Vickery an I X. S. Per-
W Westminster from San Fran'.:
having on board 270 tons of f:-;i„I
lumbers   ofthe Lofldon  Times, bat WC   and the latter   U0.     A  more enlivening sight never
9 that nothing of the kind is mentioned   presented itself at the capital of British Columbia since
It IS time   -v''*v Westminster   was first surveyed.     On Tn  - i y
to bear of the reception Of the peti- j <-'v'--D'n2 a dinn*r »« given to the respective- captains.
, , .-        i     .i bv the mercantile inhabitants of the town, a renort of
tion, and we may be  expecting, by the next    ",•,•„,.     ..       ..       , ... ,      .,
; wlncb will be found in another column.    \\ e hope trial
: of
Pi :■■ r GpeRc-y kno.vs so
;ual standard toasts were
lent A the United States.
Uth of Col. Moody, who in
I .-it being present on such an
. . . ocated direct communication
..: .-. iemned the attitude of
■i to Kew Westminster. Victoria
to fulfil, and so long as she devoted
ti h'.r career would be prosperous:
• - ie to look upon Xew Westmin-
an envious rival, and strive to ob-
i' .:.■:..--
in the Parliamentary pre
bowff
mail or th
one
.-. fv
■■--"•
to learn something j the entht:3iaEm displayed by our towns people will not
more definite regarding its fate.   The amount j rc.st jiere. \,nX rjn]y bc ^Un as an earnest demonstra
of work before the House of Commons, by last
advices, was so great  that bills were being
Lurried   through with  little  or r.o debating,
and others of less importance shelved alto-
lion of their determination to have a systematized di- !
rect communication with  .San Francisco.    There isno
:'•  ::•;.* ofpnl lie opinion on this head.    Every person
gethcr.    We  sincerely hope, however, that
tbe British  Columbia petition will not meet | b^ng about i
ofthe case.
All it
therefore, is a combined effort on the part of tha different towns of the interior with New Westminster, to
i
i=i l
bi
with an untimely fate, through this crush of I spoken of
business. So far a^ the Government party in
the Uottse of Commons are concerned, thero
is cverj* reason to believe that Represcnta-I
tive Government v. ill be at once granted. Ia
no other Administration has there ever been
so large an element of enlightened and progressive principles. Sir Bulwcr Lytton almost stood alone in thc last government as
an exponent of a liberal policy towards tbo
colonics; but amongst tho members of tho
present Cabinet wc have men who would
have been deemed, not very many years
ago, almost ultra-radical in their ideas of the
rights and privileges of Englishmen. We
therefore rely with confidence on the Home
Government in this matter, and we hope that,
when the question ia brought before the
House, British Columbian affairs generally
will form an important topic in tho debate.
There is only one argument that tho enemies of progress would likely bring forward
against tho petition, and that is tbo largo
proportion of foreigners in tho colony of British Columbia. Yet, how futilo this appears
whon tho subject is narrowly looked into :
what can be moro evident than that the very
want of representative government has produced this result? Englishmen, generally
speaking, do not care to mako thoso countries
their homes in which the peoplo have no voice
in tho construction of the laws ; and it is consequently futile to expect any large immigration, under our prosent condition, from tho
British Isles.    Thc ioreign population come
ioih'm colony .almost. "-o.leJy.t.hr/AUftb. lib.o..lavo 1,7'' " !7T "■ "T 7        •". "   "'," •;•■-—<*'—-	
„  '•"■•'■'b--"--'-v"--"-'>-|-the great landed proprietory—-the Eucts-3Kto-Il'ij'Oo*K-;"-
rapi-l consummation of tbe subject just
a question wbicb has always occupied
ion in our advocacy of British Col .:..-
nd  until  something really tangible in
its n   tit takes place, v.-e shall  continue that advocacy
untiringly.    Ii i.-; scarcely possible to overrate the importance of direct communication with San Francisco}!
or with any other great commercial   depot.    Tbe two j
cargoes, of which we have spoken, amounting collect- j
ivcly to 410 tons, are (brougbt here, at the lowest com- |
pntation, §10 a ton cheaper than they could be received
through Victoria.    So in tbis one instance alone a sum
of §4,100 is saved, with the additional advantage of
Slaving something like a mercantile marine in our port.
Nothing gives greater publicity to a place, in a commercial point of view, than its shipping.   And nothing,
we are certain, has bo retarded the growth of our marine more than the'want of knowledge which has hitherto existed with regard to tbe navigation of the mouth
of Frascr Kiver.    The statement made at the dinner by
the pilot, Mr Titcomb, thnt vessels drawing 20 feet of
water can enter our harbor with tbe utmost ease ami
safety,  only  corroborates  what   we   have  previously
stated concerning tbe navigable capacity of thc mouth
of Fraser River.    But thc total absence of serious risk
in crossing the bar, even should a vessel, by misman-
agament, get out of tbe proper channel, is sufficiently
demonstrated by the fact of the steamer Otter lying on
the sand bank at one time for a number of hours, under
a heavy gnlo,   without suffering the  slightest injury.
The  entrance  to tbe  Frascr tifTurd3,  consequently, a
striking contrast in this respect to the  rocky nnd dangerous outlets of tli03e ports that have hitherto evinced
such alarming eagerness to grasp the British Columbian
trade.    With  all  these ndvantcges, however,  in  our
favor, it will require thc most energetic and untiring
action on the part of our inhabitants to make anything
like headway against thc efforts that will be brought
' .l-i'ir it-'niiis' New Westminster.    Not a property-
holder in Victoria, however insignificant, but will use
bis influence towards keeping the relative positions of
:w Westminster and that town unchangeable:   and
of gain, and can on no account bc deemed as
permanent residents; for just so certain as
their occupations cease to beconio what thoy
think profitable, so  certain will they leave
the country.      Tho  same  rule  applies,   no
doubt, to a certain extent, to tho Englishman,
but then tho original intention of the latter
is to sottlo in the  colony, and his calculations aro  all based on this object.   Tho one
class, as a general thing, docs not caro a
fig*for tho country so long as its books show
a cortain balance in its favor ; tho other class,
along with its individual acquisitiveness is interested in tho prospective as well as tho pro-
sent well-being of tho colony-    Wo aro far
from feeling inclined to reproach our foreign
population for tho characteristic wo have attributed to thorn : it would bc unnatural wore
tbey otherwise.   The same result is visible in
pany—will not bo the least indefatigable in their endeavors to crush any attempt to make New Westminster
commercially independent of Victoria. What wc require is the utmost publicity given in England and
elsewhere of the capabilities of Xew Wcslrninstcr as a
shipping port. The Harbor Committee appointed by
the Municipal Council will, no doubt, be able to present
to the public some important facts in connexion with
this subject, and the presence of our absentee Harbor
Master, who would do bis utmost towards furthering
the interests of the port, will also assist materially in
placing New Westminster in that prosperous condition,
with regard to trade and commerce, which its
geographical position would certainly warrant.
TIIE MINES.
There were few passengers came down on the Col.
Moody hist night, and but two or three miners. One
of these has $1,800 in gold which he made in a comparatively short period. Thc expresses brought down
a considerable quantity principally from the C'arriboo,
bit '. does not naturally be-long to her, she will
• ,t feeling thai will defeat her warmest hopes.
wwuii^vliii its geographical boundaries aud channels
nd no artificial power can long restrain it from following its natural avenues. A most important point
in this connexion he wished to bring before the notice
oi tb )se present. In laying out the site ofthe town he-
had two objects in view—commercial and political—
and be believed that the occasion of tbe present meet'ng
fully justified the- course he bad taken in choosing this
site, and made ample amends for many an anxious
thought. The Colonel enlarged on tbe benefits of Representative institutions, stating that in him they had
a constant advocate, and sat  down amida much ap-
•'!..• healths of Captains Callot and Bunker' was
next pro] -.-'.. who in a few and appropriate remarks
feelingly expressed their sense of the. honor that was
done them, and only hoped that commerce would call
:':.- ni b       mi   ■  fi qui ntly to thi ■ port.
' The Civ ii Service of tht c il iny' was next proposed
coupled with the name of John Cooper, Esq., of the
i ■ .I--, the senior officer present, who uio^t suitably
replied.
• '1 he road-maker of British Columbia' was drunk with
ram h applause, and responded to by Capt. Grant.
1 Tlie trade, commerce, nnd the port of New \Vi st-
minster1 was then proposed, and duly responded to by
Messrs. Wright and Homer, after which
'Thebealtb of tbe pilots,' responded to by Mr. Titcomb,
who, in returning thankg for himself and brother pilot,
stated that the difficulty represented by the Victoria
correspondent of London Timet was a regular bugbenr,
He was gratified to state that vessels drawing 2U feet
of water could cross the Fraser Kiver bar with case and
safety, and without risk to the owners. lie should only
bc too glad if the merchants of New Westminster would
charter one of this dimension, when he would stake his
existence on bringing her up without scratching her
bottom—steam tugs being unnecessary, lie further
entered into a dctaile 1 account of his knowledge of
thc- channel of Fraser River, suggesting several necessary improvements to enable any one to enter with or
without a pilot.
'The Municipal Council' wa3 responded to by Mr.
Councillor Armstrong, in a neat speech.
' The foreign residents' responded to by Mr. Elsesscr.
1 Mrs. Moody,' thc Colonel returned thanks.
' Thc Ladies"—Mr. Holmes responded.
1 Thc legal profession'  was acknowledged by Mr.
Walker.
1 The pioneers of New Westminster' wns then drunk,
nnd Mr. .Scott, the old pioneer, returned thanks.
' The Press' was replied to by Mr. Armstrong, iu thc
absence of any member thereof.
Thc company then separated.
 » ♦ ♦	
A IIoval Prince.—On Tuesday evening last, His
Royal Highness, brother of King Kanicbauiehah, of the
Sandwich Islands, landed at Victoria. We hope our
island neighbors will give the Prince a reception worthy
of bis rank. The trade between Victoria and Honolulu
is second only to that between the former port and San
Francisco, and is rapidly on the increase. The Victorians will, therefore, have nn opportunity of not only
showing their appreciation of the visit of a member of
the Royal Family of the Sandwich Islands, but of drawing closer thc commercial ties between tho two
countries.
British Columbia)) Prisoners.—fcJe"crnl week-, have
now elapsed since the completion of the New Westminster jii!, but up till the present the Brilish Colum-
•l.-i.>r>-i>rj..j-*v-.'-..iyi:7i..i.!tt!.J'JivlP.t'l'a** i'li-.,';'k-'.'.ywc,....\V,e.,
can easily understand the efforts of the Victorians to
keep, if possible, the British Columbian trade within
tlu-ir grasp, but it is certainly a new phase even in tbo
aggrandizing characteristics of that town to make the
vice and crime of a neighboring country subservient to
her local interests by retaining the prisoners of this
colony in her chain gang, while British Columbia has
to pay for thoir support. Victoria can have all our
criminals with pleasure, if she will only provide fur
their expenses, but so long as this country has to feed
and clothe them wc have no idea of allowing their services to be made available by another colony. This is
currying the absented doctrine to a rather extraordinary
stretch ; but. we hope that tho Vancouver Island Gov-
ernisspj wiiJ see fit only to retain out-principal officials
mid let llie poor wretches ot prisoners have an opportunity of benefitting the country whoso lairs they have
outraged.
Tiiankh to Mr. W. F. Hcrrc, of Victoria, for a good
supply of California, Atlantic, nnd English papers, and
for the Dublin University Magazine. A largo assortment of periodicals always on hand at the News Depot,
Yatcs-Htieet, Victoria. Our thanks are also due to Mr.
S. T. Tilley, of New Westminster, for Bell's Life and
llie Illustrated London News, and lo Mr. J. Sullivan, of
Snn Francisco, for New York, Boston, and Sua Francisco journals.
sible. for anything contained in   oi	
We uovUl. at  the same time, Iwwcver, i mark ."' tl all
communications must  have HON A   kiij!;  signatures,  and
wril ten "a one suit of the paper only.    Brevity also sic.aid
be adhered to.
ROCK CREEK.
To the Editor of the New Westminster Times.
Sir.—I write you a few lines a-i I promised. I nm
situated on the banks of a creek, about 13 miles fruin
where the mining operations are principally earned on
at Rock Creek. Tne place in question is only a few
hundred yards from the boundary line. No:,,ing -.cry
great has been struck here as yet ; bul gold i= found all
ulong the creek. At Rock Creeck several claims arc
paving well—one claim about ten days ngo to.ik out
for several days in successi m **•', I •. d ly to the hand.
A number other claims arc doing extremely well, but
the best p trtivii of the ground is all taken up, and there
is little show fcr new comers. All the creeks round
about, however, all'urd good chances by prospecting.
We have got anything but a desirable population here
just now. and nothing is wanted more than some pn.-
tcctive force to teach the rowdies a lesson, and enable
order-loving people to get along in some kind of pence
and quietness, i could single out a dozen or two Individuals who would be valuable acquisitions to your
chain-gang (if you arc so far ndyanc
one).' A few months hard labor on
would eutir ly cure them of their ami-
It is thc wish of all the decent ir.'r
creek—Americans as well ns English-
and constabulary should be .it once e
place. The sooner this is done the 1
i in  i. the growing lawlessness in the bud. Yonr p ipers
SniPPIXG INTELLIGENCE;
water
vl.-i'i.
ler, in  order to
AIIRIVALS.
Sept. 11—str Col. M ly, Riildcl), Hupe.
Sept.   i'i—sir W'hson G. Hunt, Welch, Victoria, gen.
er.il merchandise.
II — tr Caledonia, Train, Victoria, tea. Arc.
11—en   Pncle Sum, Miner , Victoria,'provision!,
17—barque  N.  R. Perkins, Bunker,  »S'un Franctsbl
ami Victoria, general merchandise.
17—barque Vickery, Callott, San Francisco, gcnenl
merchandise.
18—str Col, Moody, I'i Mill. Hope and Douglas,
10— str  Wilson  G.   Hunt, Welch, Victoria, gcneralj
cargo.
21—str Caledonia,-Train. Victoria.
21—str Otter, Mouatt, Nlsqunllv, live stock.
21—str Col. Moody, Riddell, Hope and Douglas.
DLTAKTntBf*.
Sept. 15—str Wilson (!. Hum, Welch, Victorin.
15—str Col. Moody, Riddell, Hope and Douglas.
15—sir Caledonia, Train, Hope.
IS—str Col. Moody, Riddell, Hope and Douglas,
If—str Caledonia, Train. Victorin.
IB—bnrquo N. S. Perkins, Bunker. Nanaimo.
18—barque Vickery, Callot, Port Townsend, 50 Wife.
cranberries.
22—str W. G. Hunt, Welch, Victoria.
tour or
recks have
and I learn from a friend that mine along with the
others is still lying in thc store of some indivi lu il
named Ilotchin. at Fort Hope. I do not know whether
the person mentioned is the cause of thc detention.
Plea e moke nn alteration in thi- respect, for, at any
rate, the Pony Express of Dunbar is a complete farce—
the man is half his time peddling in horses, and docs
not attend lo delivering the paper.
Rock Creek, Sept. Io, 1860. Yerax.
HUMBUG SUBLIMATED,
The Philadelphia Public Ledger perpetrates the following :—
'Mi.. Dallas and Lord BROConAM./—The power of
silence was never more admirably illustrated than in
the recent conduct of Mr. Dallas to Lord Brpugbam.
The latter wns so clearly aud grossly in the wrong that
it wns difficult to nolice it. It was not merely Mr.
Dallas as a private gentleman whose character had to
be maintained) but Ihe representative of tho 1'nitid
States, whose peculiar situation in regard to the Afrc-iu
race was directly aimed nt. ll would, no doubt, have
been highly edifying to tlie Statistical Society to have
drawn out one or those philippics for which Lord
Brougham is so famous. But there is no replying to
silence, and what Sydney Smith calls an eloquent Hash
of this wns the most powerful of all cuts upon the garrulous old peer.'
Let us consider thc foregoing in tho light of a few
undeniable facts:—
I. Thc Republic of llayti is treated by every European state.—even by France from whom sho wrested her
independence in fair light—as an cqunl and independent
power, whose good will she desires to conciliate and
•'--- ._-i- -i 1.. »» „„      ti,:„ „„„.,
preserve,
whose trade she seeks to secure,    This coun
try alone refuses to acknowledge thc existence of nnd
maintain diplomatic relations with our sister republic—
the oldest, next to our own, in America—simply because her people arc negroes.
II. The Republic of Liberia was founded and is
to-day mainly peopled and wholly governed by natives
of and emigrants from ibis country. lis trade, like
that of llayti, is already valuable and steadily increasing ; but it is compelled to desert our ports and seek
those of Great Britain, bv the refusal of our Executive
to acknowledge it* independence, and maintain diplomatic relations' with ils Government, because its people
ai" negroes.
III. Natives nml lifelong residents of our country
Who have ed-iiofltion,.caltut's, cliarn.ot.er-,probity, fcrluso,
and social consideration in other lands, nsk our Government to give them passports enabling them to travel
in foreign climes, and are flatly refused—because they
are negroes.
IV. They take passage in British steamships to cross
the Atlantic, and nre denied the common privilege of
decently-behaving human beings, for which they have
contracted and paid—not that the owners or managers
ot those vessels choose to make this odious and unjust
discrimination—not that their British or other European
passengers insist on it—but simply that the American
passengers will have it—because these proscribed fellow passengers mo negroes.
V. Everywhere il Is insisted (lint negroes—no mailer,
how educated, how intellectual, how distinguished, for
moral worth nnd good works—must bc proscribed and
hunted from all association on' terni3 of equality with
whito Americans—because they nre negroes.
—In full view of these notorious, undeniable facts, n
Statistical Congress is assembled in London, and Mr.
George M. Dallas, our Minister Extraordinary nt the
British Court sees fit to attend its sitting, Lord
Brougham, a British peer, and ono of ihi most eminently useful and honored men of his time nlso attends.
So does one Mr, Delany, u fellow Pennsylvaniun with
Mr. Dallas, worthy and esteemed, but who had the
misfortune to be burn of thc least desirable color,  Lord
L A N G L E Y     11 R 0 T H E R S ,
I M P O 11 T 1 X ti       II II t  C O I 8 T S ,
rates-Street, Victoria,
HAVE received, direct  from  London, u choice st
It-clion ol
DRUGS, CHEMICALS, SURGICAL lNSTRI'MFN'T?,
PATENT MEDICINES, and PF.JUTMEKY.
ATKINSON'S   INFANT'S   PRESERVATIVE.
Cocklo's /.nti-liilions Pills,
Keating's Cough Lozenges,
Murray's Fluid Magnesia.
Curling's Sparkling Citrate of Magnesia,
Superior Seiillet-/. Powders,
Essential Oil ofRipstone Pippin,
Essential Oil of Pine Apple,
Essential Mil of Strawberry,
Essential Oil of Raspberry,
Essential Oil of JrirgOncl Pears,
Essential Oil of Nectar,
.   Rowland's Macassar Oil,
Rowland's Odontp,
Rowland's Kalydor,
Gosuell's Colognes,
Gosnell's Che.ry Tooth Paste,
Gosnell's Soaps,
Gosnell's Hair Brushes. sc22-tc
J .      11 E R K I M E It ,
GROCER  AND   GENERAL  DEALER,
K
C0LCJIDIA STREET, NEW WESTMINSTER,
T^BBPS constantly on hum! n well selected stork cl|
FnuiiK Groceries and Provisions. sc'JS-lc
Govornmont Notices and Proclamations.
NOTICE.
Colonial Secretary's Office, 31st August, 18<i0.
rkUIE GOVERNMENT GAZETTE for British OoluH
_L • bia, heretofore  published in the. Colony of Vnn-J
couver Island, having been  discontinued ns a sepnf'.'
pamphlet, notice is hereby given Hint from this dntcn11
until further notice all Oovcrnniciit advertisements w
Proclamations, and other matters useful and hcci'si-'".
for general information und guidance, wiii be pid'hs-1
in the columns of thu New Westminster Times newspaper;    nntl  such  publication shall  in  nil cases
taken and deemed as publication  in tho  Govcnim
Gazette.
By command of his Excellency.
WILLIAM A. G. YOUNG,
Acting Colonial SecrcU'O'j
NOTICE TO  MARINERS.
Colonial Secretary's office, 1
10th September, 1800.   l^
TII1-1 BUOY on the North Sand Head at t'-c.cnSy
to Frascr River having disappeared, notice is      J(
given that the same  has been replaced by a nc     ^
Buov, painted in vertical lines black and ->0'*' >
surmounted be n basket Bcncnn painted red. .^
The buoy Is in the same position ns to?"*™?- buiii
tain  Riehnrd's notice, of 24th  September, lot»*i
now in 12 feet water at low water. ,,miXfl
WILLIAM A. G. ypUNtf.
Actii'" Colonial SeacOT THE  NEW   WESTMINSTER    TIMES.
VANCOUVER ISLAND COLONY.
NEWCASTLE  TOWN.
Lands and Works Office, 1
Victoria, Sept. 3, I860.     I
1/ \\'  iln-  first day of October, proximo, al  ll n. in.,
\\ /    will bc s'dd bv auction, nt the above office, Lois
hn the above town, and suburban lots adjacent thereto.
I'psel price   of town lots will   be Five  Pounds each.
Iii.-it  price  of suburban  lots,   varying from '.if,  to  ii
I:, i'-.-. v, il be Five Pounds per acre.
OIRMS   HI    BALE :
1. The lnts will he .-.."'red for sale separately, and
Jv,ill be sold lo the highest bidder. The upset price Of
leach town lot will be JL!5 sterling, nnd of the suburban
■lots according to the acreage at the rate of £5 per
lucre.
2. Ten per cent deposit to bc paid nt time ot sale.
I'l'lie balance within one week from date of sale. In do-
Ifault thereof the lot with the deposit paid thereon will
|be forfeited.
3. A transferable certificate of title will be given on
(payment of the purchase money in full, nnd the legal
■title so soon utter the sale as the Indentures can be rc-
liiii'ued from England.
By command of bis Excellency.
(signed.) ' B. W. PEARSB,
Acting Colonial Surveyor.
COLONIAL COMMISSARIAT.
1 LENDERS nre invited for supplying either of the
following articles for the spare "I i ix months, from
„i| after liie firs I day of October, delivered al lhc
amp, New Westminster, in commlssarial store, in such
itimlitics and ul . ucb tinu ■ ■■ ■ may In- required. The
,rU-u 1" be slntl I i I Un; li ll i urruncy, and lender, lo
I, ,!,.|i-, ered ni the office, New Westminster, not Inter
limn the J'-ii'l September.
I.Mi; Hill   WEIUIITK   AND   MBARt UBS.
ai; rush meat of goo I cjunlih . lo i onsist
of four-fiflbf li '.', ■■■■ id one-fifth
Million or Pork. per lb
h vegei.il.'. ; nl' good qunlity, to consist of  nitu -tenths  potatoes,  and
one-teiitb onions or vegetables in
uttsoii, iii proportion of onc-tcnth.        per lb
^jl'-    ■; of gtiod quality. 1" r lb
ioTK,—The average supplies hitherto required have
|] • en abouI 1200 lbs weekly of each of the above article.-.
—ALSO—
tin undermentioned quantities of groceries delivered
it commissariat store. Samples required duly nuin-
.tjcil in correspond with lender.
(,'iiuii pounds Sugar. Sandwich Island.
■juini    ■•       CoUecrlicnna, roasted, in tins.
2000    •'       English Yellow Snap.
f,ou    "       Pepper-corns, black.
500   "       Mustard, in tins.
1000   "      Candles.
loo gross boxes Mutches.
500 i_'iils. Lamp Oil.
2000 |iouiiils Currants.
A Idles' to me, ut New Westminster,
\V.  DRISCOLL COSSET.
Sept. 7, 18C0.
PUBLIC  NOTICE.
GOVERNMENT ASSAY OFFICE.
Assays nre made with the utmost despatch.
Office open  from   10, a. m., to 4, p. m., execpf  on
Ftciiniur days, when deposits will bc received for assay
ni 8, a. in.
W. DRISCOL COSSET.
Cew   ll'estniinster, Aug. 1, lSOO.
MAYER,  KE1NIIART,  &  CO.,
WHOLESALE   DEALERS   ANO   IMPORTERS OF
' I N  IS S. LIQUORS, A L E S, A N I) CIO A I! S
Liverpool Wharf
NKW       WESTMINSTER,
j)l'.<! TO INFORM Traders and Miners, nnd the iiub-
L)    lie generally, that they now have on hand a large
STOCK  OK
ASSORTED     MERCHANDISE,
suitable for
BRITISH   COLUMBIA.
fliey will hereafter receive nil their goods direct from
Snn Francisco,
mid be enabled to sell at VlOTOIlU PltlCKS.
RECEIVED EX N.  8. PERKINS   nnd WAVELET
•"ui Sun Francisco direct,
200 bbls Golden Age Flour;
100   tlo Goldcu Unte    do
55   do Eureka do
fiu   do Eclipse tlo
25   do Sell-rising        do
200 sucks Barley ;
;!50 sacks Bt-ius,- -
200 units China, No. 1, Rice;
200 mats China, No. 1, Sugar.
•" for sale, Pork, Bacon, Hams, Lard. Candles, Sonp
■ .'.'lumtc, CWco, 'iv.ui, X. O. nnd S. J. Sugars,
Powdered nnd Crushed Sugars", Boston Syrups, Assorted Syrups,
Hunt's and Collins'
Axes,
Wrought and
Cut Nftlls, Powder, shot, nnd
Percussion Cups, l'ilili  nnd Tnr, all sizes
of Rope, nnd Boats' Oars.
a l.Anui)
-\ S S 0 R T M E N T   0 F   C L 0 T II I N O
Hals,
Cups,      Boots,
Shoes, Tobacco,
Dr
Peril
Cii
igars,
I'tumcry,
Fancy,
Stationery,
Duck, Drilling
nml        Millinery        Goods.
—also—
''go variety of Ribbons, Bonnet, and  Dress  Trim-
is, Musical Instruments' Table nnd Pocket Cutlery
Pniiits, Oils, nnd Dyc-stull's,
FRESH      GARDEN      SEEDS,
CAWSTS,   Dl!L"(lli!"T:l,   MaTTINU,   4c,   &0,
I lure
lin
OFFICIAL NOTICE.
GOVERNMENT ASSAY OFFICE,
KEW   WESTMINSTER,   Bllllisn    COLUMBIA.
September 1st, 1800.
ASSAYS   OF GOLD BULLION  are  made on  the
following terms, and under the  following conditions :—
1. A receipt will be given to the Depositor for the
exact gross weight of bis deposit.
2. The resulting ingot will be delivered to any party
returning the aforesaid receipt, whether the Deposilor
or any one else, und the party returning the receipt will
be required to can«»i it by his signature at the time of
receiving tbe iugot;
8. Each ingot will bc stamped with its number, corresponding 10 its number in the official records, with
its weight, in ounces and decimals of ounces, and its
fineness in thousandths ; also with a Government Cipher,
at present a crown over the letters VR.
J. With each ingot will be given a certificate, signed
by a Government officer, of the weight of the deposit
before melting; its weight after ; the fineness; the
charge for assaying; and such certificate will have
tables of British Mint valuation and of the latest Sun
Francisco valuations, whereby parties may calculate
for themselves the value of the bar for English or
American markets.
5. Fur nil bars not exceeding 50 ounces in weight, n
charge of seven shillings and six pence (7s. lid.) sterling will be made, and for every additional 10 ounces a
fraction of same, one shilling and six pence (Is. lid.).
All clips are retained in lhc Government Assay ollice:
but on bus not exceeding il) ounces iu weight, allowance will be made oil'the a.-suy charge, for tlie value of
the clip.
Assavs in- OnES are made at the charge of On"
Pound (Cl.) for each specimen experimented upon.
Foil a Complete Analysis of am* Mink hai.. Two
Pounds (X2.) is the Charge.
W.  DRISCOL GOSSETT.
II E N D E RSI) N   k   li U RN A B Y
WHARF   STUEET,  VICTORIA,
HAVE JUST RECEIVED, ex Armistice, from London :
Superior Pule Sherry, in bulk ;
Port IFine, choice, in cases;
llennessy's Urnntlv "I •
McKennie's Smnlf Still lYhiskey J '" c(lscs '
Vine Growers' Brandy, in bulk :
Tnnqiiorny's Ginger Brandy, in cases;
kc., kc, kc,
which Ihey offer for sale on Ihe most reasonable terms
June 13ili, 18G0. lc
MUNICIPAL   NOTICE.
TO    CONTRACTORS.
1 BALED tenders  will  bo  received until 12 o'clock,
noon, on Mondny lhc 'J lib September, for clearing
„i|   grading   Collllllbitt-Strect—clearing   Douglas  nnd
lat-y streets—and for cutting down nil trees and brush- i
.vooti on the side and bnck streets, within the limits of
iw Westminster.
The above work is divided into sections for thc con-
ttiencc of contractors, and can be teadercd for.sepa-
i ".«% •,':■,.    ,<)'.■. iii. .ill.hi -   lo  be seen nt the store ol S. T.
!     *' II.V.  Esq., nud at the store of W. J. Armstrong, Esq.
i    -;I  Tenders to be marked on the envelope, ■• Tenders for
.railing streets,"   or   for  "Cutting down  timber on
treets," and addressed to the undersigned
Bv order of the Municipal Council.
VALENTINE HALL,
New Westminster, Sept. 8, 1800. Town Cleik.
F. L A M    k   II 0 W BS,
•1,   CLAY  STREET,   ONE   IIOOIl  H1IOM   THE   NORTH-WEST
CORNER OK FRONT STREET,
SAN FRANCISCO.
IMPORTERS nnd Wholesale Dealers in Wood nnd
Willow-ware, Fancy llousc-kceping Goods, Twines
Cordage, Shoo and Saddlery Thread-, Nets, Saincs
Corks, Floats, Fish-hooks and Lines, and 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 largest stock nntl best assortment of tbe above line of gootls on the Pacific Const,
to which tbey nre constantly receiving large additions
by arrivals from Atlantic cities. Thc particular attention of the trade is solicited to examine our stock before
purchasing elsewhere, us we are determined to sell at
prices to defy competition. j-'O-tf.
LEVI  k BOAS
.Scott's Whnrf.
, HOLESALE and RETAIL Denlcis in nil sorts o;
T y DRV GOODS, CLOTHING. BOOTS nntl SHOES,
kc Have always on hand a large assortment of Provisions nnd Groceries direct, from San Francisco, will
sell them nt the lowest market prices.
All orders from the country will be promptly attended io.
m28, 3m
TIU'ETT, JONES, k ARR1NGTON,
CO, Front Street,  Sax  Francisco, Camfornia,
WHOLESALE DEALERS and Importers of Foreign
and Domestic Liquors, Wines,  Cordials,  Syrups, and
every article in bis  line.
Dealers who may favor us with orders, may rest assured that we will endeavor to give satisfaction in the
article, and dispatch in forwarding. niu-tc
\\
W. J. ARMSTRONG,
Opposite   Liverpool  Whnrf,
Columbia-street, New WeE.aiinstcr
THOLESALE and RETAIL DEALER in Groceriu
Provisions,   Hardware, Crockcrywarc, Paints.
Oils, Farming Implements, Mining Tools,
Ladies' nnd Gent's Boots and Shoes,
kc, kc, kc.
Agent JEFFRAY & CO.'S Frascr River Express.
100 tons HAY for Sale,
m28, 3m
MAYER,    REINHART,     &    CO-,
FORWARDING AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
NKW  WKSTMINSTKll,  B.   0.,
HAVING concluded arrangements for a regular line
of vessels, to run twice a month direct, from
Snn Frnnclsc to this pluce, would bc please 1 to receive
orders for British Columbia,
Letters addressed  to us in x-nro of Messrs. Mayer,
Reinbnrt, k Co., Victoria, V.   1., John Dcwar, and  0.
II.   Gehricke,  Snn   Francisco,  On.,  will   meet with
prompt iittentiou.
nril-lm
L 1 V E It POOL   W 11 A It F ,
ILL IN FUTURE bc under the control and supervision of M. MAYER k Co.
>l! B. Wharfage 25 cents per tori,
' " lilC-KSON, CAMPBELL, * CO.,
COMMISSION    M E R O II A N T S,
Corner   of  Whnrf  nnd   Johnson   streets,
VICTORIA, v. I.
II. N. Dickson k Co.,       - -       -       London.
Dickkox, DkWolf, & Co.,       -       -       San Francisco.
m'21-3m
COLONIAL     HOTEL,
C'lU.I'MlUA   STREET, NKW WESTMiNSTER.
1SR0SPER .t FRANK GRELLEY, would respectfully
inform thc public. Hint they have just opened
their New Hotel, and nre ready to ucetiminotlutc. travellers or residents of New Westminster with the choicest
eatables the market affords. The sleeping apartments
nre fitted up in a Btylo that neither Vancouver Island
nor Brilish Columbia can excel, und the wines ami
liqueurs, while cnumeriiting all that ft lirst-rate hotel
should bon»t of, iivti ofthe very best and finest description. , , . , i
Private dining rooms enn be always obtained, ana
dinners, kc, gutleu up on the shortest notice.    "j*j\
MACDO.VALD & CO.,.
OFFICE ON YATES STRF.KT, VICTORIA, pay the
highest price fur. G;old Dust, Issue Sight
cheques ou Messrs. Talluut & Wilde, Suu Francisco, at
if par" inl0-3in
MESSRS.   W.   S.   KIRKLAND k O.,
AGENTS,
7, King William Street, Strand,
LONDON,   ENGLAND,
BEG to call the attention of readers of English newspapers in Vancouver Island, British Colombia,
nnd California to the advantage of subscribing to the
'• Evening Mail" newspaper, which is a reprint published three times a week, of all the leading articles,
essays, correspondents' letters, and news of " The
Times'' London newspaper, everything but the advertisements, and can be sent post free to all parts of
Vancouver Island, British Columbia, and California;
via tbe United Suites, for £1 Is per quarter, or £4
per annum, paid in advance ; thus being " The Times"
at Half Price.
Subscriptions received at thc office of the " New
Westminster Times," New Westminster, British
Columbia. m2-ly
J. B . PAINTER,
(scccesbor to o'meaha a painter)
THANKFUL for the past favors shown the late firm
would respectfully inform Printers that owing to increased"" utilities, nnd recent instructions from the
Foundry, he is now prepared to sell Plain and Ornamental Type, Presses, Printing Material, Paper, Cards
and Printers' Stock generally, 132, Clay-street, near
Sansomc, Suit Francisco.
DR. ROSENBAUM'S STOMACH BITTERS!
For the cure of Dyticp'shl, Indigestion, Constipation
Loss of Apjietile t r  nny Bilious  Complaints
arising from a morbid action  of lhc
Stomach or Bowels.
All of these diseases yon will soon bc relieved of, by
nso of then' Bitters, as per directions on the Bottles.
'I'llis great nnti-dyspeplic is the result of profound and
elaborate study of one of the most celebrated physicians
ofthe present century, in the accomplishment of which
be lin- spent both time and money. Wc do not hesitate
to affirm that where Dr. Rosoilbaura's Stomach Bitttrs
are used, n case of Fever nm' Ague cannot occur. It
has been analyzed by the most scientific chemists in
the Medical Faculty, and is now prescribed by uine-
tentbs of the Physicians of Ihe land. Try thein—test
tbcin—on your constitution, and go your way rejoicing.
Are you dyspeptic?—lake these Stomach Bitters.
Arc you bilious V—try one of these bottles and be relieved tit once.
Are you annoyed by indigestion or constipation?—
remove thc cause by a free use ofthe Bitters.
Have you lever nnd ngiieV—cure nnd prevent, this
destroying disease by the free use of these Bitters.
The superiority of these Bitters has induced many to
put up a spurious article To prevent deception in
future, each cork will be branded, "N.B. Jacoiis &.Co."
And the labels will bear our own signature, without
which, none are genuine.
Caution.— Consumers of Rosenbaum's Bitters are
cautioned against the many counterfeits now afloal ir
the market, und especially against a cheap and worthless article culled Rosenschfs Bitters, put up in this
by Messrs. Turner Dro.'s, with the avowed intention ot
preying on the well-earned reputation of Rosenbaum's
Bitters, ns a remedial agent in all cases of Dyspepsia
and similar diseases. The genuine Rosenbauin hits our
name branded on each cork, and our signature on each
label.
N. B. JACOBS k Co., Proprietors
m21-fim Snnsome. st., corner Commercial.
PACIFIC FOUNDRY AND MACHINE SHOP,,
First-street, San Francisco,
Wc continue to manufacture, at the above well known
establishment,
Steam Engines,
Quartz
Flour,
Saw Mill,
and other machinery, of every description, and Iron
und brass Castings of all kinds.
From the long experience we have had, and the superior tools and machinery, and the very large collection
of patterns at our coinmund, tve feel confident that our
facilities for turning out the best style of work, with
dispatch, and at the lowest rales, are not surpassed on
the Pacific coast.
Russia Iron Screens for Quartz Mills, made.at short
.notice. Orders for all kinds of work will receive prompt
attention.
GODDARD  HANSCOM, k RANKIN,
je20-Gm Late Godiiaud 4 Co.
SEED WHEAT.
THOMAS PATTRICK, k Co., have some choice lots
of Seed Wheat on  hand from  Australia, Mexico,  the
Mcililtcrranean, nnd Van Diemun's Land.
Fanners nre invited to inspect sumplcs.
For Sale by
THOMAS PATTRICK k Co.,
Corner Government and Johnson streets, Victoria.
m21-lm
JONAS    G.   CLARK    &    CO.,
IMPORTERS   AND   MANfFACTCREUS   OF
FURNITURE      AND      BEDDING,
of every  description,
128,  Washington   slrccet,  San   Francisco.
40 and 5.1, Fourth street, between J. and K streets,
Sacramento.
Hunter street, between Main nnd Levee, Stockton.
And First sireet, San Jose. je2U-3m
LIQUORS, kc
THOMAS PATTRICK, k Co., have for sale in store,
nnd to arrive,
Martell Brandy,
Booth's Old Tom, in puncheons,
Booths Old Tom, in cases,
Burnett's Old Tom in cases,
McKenzie's Old Tom, in cases,
Tiiiiqucrny k Co.'s Old Tom, in cases,
Scotch   Whiskey,   in   puncheons,
Scotch Whiskey, in cuses
Jamaica Rum, In puncheons,
Wines of every description
—also—
The finest Burton nud Scotch Ales,
Bottled do do
Devonshire Cider, in cases.
March 21, iSiio. 3m
WEBSTKR k CO.,
YATES    STUEET,    VICTORIA,
WHOLESALE and   RETAIL  Dealers   in   Boots  nnd
Shoes, Leather, and Findings, of every description.
Also—-Ladies' Shoes of nil kinds. nilili-3m
~~SOUTUGATE k MITCHELL,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Albert Wharf, Victoria,
Vancouver Island, and Battery-street, San Francisco, California. I?tu3m
G.    vTgTn O L O ,
IMPORTER    nnd   Dealer  in   Havana Cigars,   and
Cigiiritos-, Johnson-street, opposite Wharf-street,
Victoria. iiiU-iliu
ai-3m
ERNEST     P 1 C II T,
B K E W E R ,
NEW    WESTMINSTER.
VICTORIA PRICES. CURRENT AND SHIPPING L.lST.-r-
1)11 BLISH ED every fortnight in time for the California
Mail .Steamer. The prices Current, contains the
correct and uuthentic rates and prices of all descriptions of articles in the Victoria market, ns well as reliable reports of the state of trade, shipping, kc. It is
as Invaluable ns an index and commercial authority to
every merchant mid tradesman ns it is a desirable
medium tor udvertising. Printed for A. F. Main at
tho oilico of the V. I. Gazette, Victoria.
IOI! PUKIFVIi-VG TIIE BLOOD,
AND   FOR  THE  CURE  OF
Scrofula,  Rheumatism, Stubborn Ulcers, Dyspepsia, Sail
Rheum, Freer Sores, Erysipelas, Pimples, Biles, Mercurial Diseases,  Cutaneous Eruptions,   liter   Com-
pUiiiit, Bronchitis, Female Complaints, Lost of
Appetite, General Dehllltij, £c
A plentiful supply of pure Wutxl Is ns tssentlii] In nnlmal Ufa
n» light, heal, nml genial sllo-vers nre to Mm veu'i-tiilile kingdom.
Whoh tli.. proper circulation of lliu vital Quid Is hnjwdod, sick-
nptt i-t llie Inevitable conicqneacej tbo secretlonfl 1 ocninu un-
healthy, Uie liver bocoraos otoggot) wilh impure bile, which,
fnrcotl lulu thc Bt/itom, vitiates nntl Inflames the blond, engendering si rorala ind cutanoous and biliary disorders.   The expo-
rlonee of sixteen yours hot fally establWietl (1 • high reputation
of tin- liivnliiahlo medicinal   ils curative pi.-.tcra havo been
t'ltirougbly tested In Iong-*tant!lug aud obstinate cases, with
such Invariable success as to call dirth tho most flattering cuin-
uiendatlous from eminent physicians throughout the co-nil--.'.-.
MEDIOAIj testimony.
Tho following rpcolnmondaUon Is fr.un ono.of the oldest physicians in New London, Conn.
Mes'i-a. A. I!, ic I). Bands : (loiitlemoii,—Vonr Borsapaiilla
h.i> been very tAtenslvol.v used In this city ntld iho neighboring
towns, ami .so far as mv knnwlottge extends; uniformly with snc-
o-.-s. Iii a irrent variety of ttlsenses of long standing, and of a
very il'strcsslng and dangerous oliarantcr, which hare resisted a
lm "_• lisi of remedial agents, il has heon used—In many of them
wilh comploto success, anil in nil with decided betu-ili. lt is re-
gnrdcil by the medical profatsion ns n medicine of great ofllcaeji
in a numerous elass ot diseases, such ns Inveterate constitutional
complaints, when the system has been lorn: diseased; In cases of
bine use or abuse ol'inrrcui-y; In rheumatism of loitu standing"
in uUstinitto dfseosei nl tho .-kin ; in enfeebled conditions of tlio
system : In chronic abscesses, attended with profuse discharges;
diseases ofthe hones; obstinate ulcers; chronic piihnoiiary nllte-
tion-; enlorgetl glands, and varUma other uinliuttes connected
with a depraved state ofthe system, lis use is usually followed
wilh Improvement of appetite and digestion, Ihcrviiso of strength
ami tl. sh, heller rest at night, the production of a more healthy
slate of milt.I, and complete rest'.ration to health.
Tril'y yours,        WM   S.TK1'.N'i", M. D.
Pivpnred and sold bv A. I!. & 11. BANDS. Wholcsalo
Druggists, tun Fulton-street, corner of William, New York.
For sale bv DEWITT, KITTLE ft Co., II. JOHNSON X- Co,
nnd IIKIIINOTtlN it. Co.. San I'raueisco; KICK & COFFIN,
Marysville; It. II. McDONALD 4: Co., Sacramento; und by
DruL'p-i.sLs generally.
IT KEVEK FAILS!
CROSSMAiYS SPECIFIC MIXTURE
FOR TIIE COKE OK
CERTAIN DISEASES, WITH WHICH  UNFORTUNATELY MANY ARE AFFLICTED.
Of all the remedies yet discovered for such complaints, this is
tlio most certain, and leaves no injurious effects.
It makes a speedy nnd permanent euro, without the least restriction to diet, ilrlnk, oxposuro, or change in application to
business. One bottle is generally sutllcient to euro an ordinary
case, which not unfreqnently disappears after six or eight doses.
Prcpnred and sold by A. B. & l>. SANDS, Wholesale
Druggists, 100 Fulum-streot, corner of William, New York.
For sale by DEWITT, KITTLE ,fc Co., II. .IO1INS0N & Co.,
and UEDINGTON St. Co., San Francisco; I'.lCE As COFFIN,
Marysville; U. U. McDONALD Si Co., Sacramento; and by
Druggists generally.
SiiNOS' SARSAPARILLA,
FOR PURIFYING THE BLOOD,
AND FOE XilE OUiiK OF
Scrofula, Mercuric "UiseMes, Rheumatism, Cutaueous
Eruptions, Stubbw :i Ulcers, liver Complaint, Dyspepsia, Bronchitis, Salt Ilhsum, Lumbago, White
dwellings, Hip Disease, Enlargement of the
Bones and Joints, Fever Sores, Pemalo
Com plaints, Eiysipelas, Loss of Appetite, Pimples, Biles, Goneral
Dcoility, tStc, &c.
It bns hng been a most important desideratum In the practice
of medicine, to obtain a remedy similar to this, nnd accordingly
wc And tt resorted to almost universally in all those tormenting
diseases of the skin so trying to the patience, and injurious 10
tlie health.    It is a tonic, aperient, and fllslnfectaut    It nets
simultaneously upon tho stomacu, the Oibculation, and tho
BOWELS, and thus three processes, which are ordinarily the result
of tubee different kinds of medicine, are carried on at the snino
time through tlie instrumentality of this one remedial agent
Its great merit is, that it meets and neutralizes the active prlu
ciplc of disease Itself, ntd when that Is gone, tho symptoms ne
eessarily disappear. The rapidity wiili which iho paticnl recoy
em health and strength under this triple Influence Is surprising.
REMARKABLE   CURE. ^
Lvnn Coiintt, Oregon Ter., March 11,1855.
Messrs. A. li. & D. Sanus, Now York: Gentlemen,—In th*
Spring of 1853, while ou our way front Indiana to this place, our
eldest hoy was seized witli a swelling and severe pains tn the
legs, which day by dny grow worse, until his legs contracted,
and became so painful that ho could nol walk, and wo had to
carry htm about liko nn Infant We roncbed Albany on tlio 3d
of October, completely worn out by fatlguo. By this time ho
was reduced to a perfect skcloton. Hero wo wero enabled to
consult a physician (Dr. Hill), who bonostly confessed lie could
not cure hlni, nllhough ho could give him medicine that would
relieve tho pain. In this exigency someiltlng must be done, or
death was Inevitable. Being recommended to try yonr 8nrsa-
pin Illn, I procured a botlle. After taking some, ho appeared
worse; but persevering Willi it I oblulued a second bottle,
which seemed tu grapple with tho disease, and caused a market!
Improvement: the swelling and pain in the legs wero reduced,
his appetite Improved, und ids color began to return. Thus encouraged, 1 purchased a third bottle; while taking it the swell-
lugs in his legs broke, and some ploces of bono one-eighth of
an inch long came out aftor which ids legs straightened and
heale.l up. llo is now perfectly recovered, has no appearance
of being a cripple, and can perform most kinds uf common labor,
as all our neighbors can certify.   Tours, respectfully,
CALEB DAVI3.
Prepared nnd sola by A. II. ife I». SANDS, Wholesale
Druggists, 100 Fulton-street corner of William, New York. .
For sale by DEWITT, KITTLE & Co.,H. JOHNSON i. Ca,
and KEDINGTON & Co., San Francisco: K1CE & COFFIN
Marysvll'e; K. II. McDONALD 4c Co., gacrnmeuto; nnd by
Druggists generally.
ROMAN E7E BALSAM,
FOR INFLAMED EYELIDS.
Tho dolicnt*) stnicturo of tho eyelid renders il peculiarly sen
sltiv-i and liable to disease. When, from any cause, lt becomes
affected, tbe inner membrane rnpldly inflames, and tbo oyelld
evinces tho strongest predisposition to attract to Itself human
from all parts of the body. Hundreds of persons of scrofulous
habit aro disfigured by rawness or redness of tho eyelids, commonly tailed soro oyes, and tortured with apprehensions of Impaired vision, who, by using this BALSAM, may obtalu almost
binned into relief. In all cases, the onrlior this remedy Is appliod
tho lienor.
BEAD THE FOLLOWING- EVIDENOil.
Nkw Yokk, July 15th, 1S50.
Messrs. A. B. k D. Sands : Gentlemen,—1 hsvo been troubled
fur yonrs with an affccllon of tlio eyelids, (ind have triod a number of nuuedles without experiencing any decided boncBt A
few weoka since I obtained somo of yenrltoMAN Kye Bamam,
and applied tt according to tho directions. The first application
produced a docldedly betuilleial effect and I had not usod it .
t.Hek, beforo my eyelids were entirely 1'roo irom inflaiimiatl ,
which bad not beou tbe onso before for many yoara.
Yc-irs, &c Q. B, WILLIAMS, M2 BsoAnw    ,
PIUOE, »a CENTS PER JAlt.
l'repnrod and sold by A. 11. 1b 1». SANllti, Wi.oiesa!o
»)riigglsu-* 100 Fulton-street corner of William, New Yjrk.
For sale bv DBW1TT, KITTLF. ti- Out, H. JOHN8US* & C«.,
and KKDlNdTON k Co., Han FranclnM; KICK <k COFFIN
Marysville: ';. II. HuDONALP & Co., BucruUi lo; Slid hif
Drugi-iuis juifcjiully,
CALEDONIA BRIDGE END
IRON    WORKS,    VICTORIA.
DOCGALL & SOY., Iron and Brass Founders, practical Engineers, Draughtsmen, kc    Machinery
of every description made to order.
Ajrent in liritish Columbia, Mr. \V. Winnard, Langley,
March 21, 1860. 3m
CLARKSON    k   WITIIROW,
COLUMBIA-STREET.
CONTRACTORS   AND    BUILDERS.
FURNITURE.
BY LATE ARRIVALS, the undersigned have ro
ceived additions to their hitherto well-assorted
Btock of Furniture—and now offer
l'uinted sets, ten pieces;
Extension Tables, 8 and 10 feet long;
Centre Tables, serpentine and round ops, assorted
sizes ;
Card Table, harp nnd square pillars
Common Tables, 2J, 3, and 3J long;
Bedsteads, Mahogany, French, Cottage, double and
single ;
Lounges, spring scats, in damask nntl leather covers;
Sofas, spring, seats, hair cloth, with round and pillow
ends ;
Desks, with fall and door fronts ;
Choffoniers, walnut and mahogany carved fronts, 3
shelves, fret work ;
Bureaus, tinr-'.mlf marble top, scroll and painted pine,
•I uml (J drawers;
What-nots, walnut and mahogany, 5 nnd fi shelves ;
Mirrors, In gilt and mnhognriy frames, assorted sizes,
for parlors, chambers, nnd saloons;
Children's Crili3 and Cradles, also High and Low
Chairs, assorted sizes ;
Chairs, Mahogany. Ifnir-clotli. spring scats, cane nnd
wood seal, ofllco, oak, dining, Grecian cane, heavy barroom, and common wood seat;
Rockers, spring seats, mahogtny and cane scuts snd
liiK-ks, sewing and iirin ;
Sinks, Waslistantls, Chair Cushions, Coverlets, Towel
Racks, Willow Cribs, &c.
—ai.ro—
BEDDING,
Puln, Curled Hair, Moss, Wool, and Strav Matlresscs,
best Feather Pillows, all sizes ; in the manufacture of
which we use none but thc best materials, and guarantee our work.
PIERCE & SEYMOUR.
Broud-streel, between Vatcs and View streets.
Victoria, V. 1., April 11, 1800. 3m
VICTORIA   DRY   GOODS STORE.
K. GAMBITZ,
VAXES   STREET,  VICTORIA,
at   his   FIRE-PROOF STORE, where he  is constantly supplied  with  New  Goons by every
steamer, and has always on hand a
splendid assortment of
CLOAKS   AND   MANTILLAS,
Silk, Velvet, and  Cloth.   Also a large variety of lino
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 nnd Pantaloons
of different colors;   Fashionable Silk
lints.     Gilt Cornices, Curtain
Rings,   Window    Shades,
of all eolers, French
Cassimcres, Broadcloth, Beaver, and Pilot.
Also—a full assortment of Tailors' Trimmings.
FAMILY  FURNISHING  GOODS.
Shawls,   Alpacas,   Merinos,  PcLnincs,   Furs,  Gloves,
Riding   Hats,  Gauntlets,  Cloaks, Mantillas,   Velvets,
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 bo
promptly ntttended to.
m 10- ly K. GAMBITZ.
NEW     GOODS.
RECEIVED at Stationers' Hall, a large addition to
our stock of
BOOKS   AND    STATIONERY,
carefully selected Irom 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 I'KNB, AND FINE POCKET CUTLERY.
Also,—Many articles of Staple and Fancy Stationery,
nnd Standard and Miscellaneous Books heretofore not to be had in this market.
HIBBEN k CARSWELL,
jul3-lm Yates-street, Victoria.
BANK OF BRITISH NORTH AMERICA.
ESTABLISHED   IN   1836.
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-Ouauteii of one per cent, per mouth.
(ioLii Dust received for safe keeping, at the rate ol
FIVE   CENTS  PER  OZ.   per UlOlltll.
Drafts Issued on Londoh 60 days after Sight, at
the rate of $4 05 per £1, stg.
3 days after sight, (in sums of £50, and upwards)
$5, per £1 stg.
3 days after sight (in sums under £50) $5 10, per
£l, sterling.
Drafts on demand or at short sight, issued on tho
principal Cities and 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.prenl'aro.
"     "   Messrs. B. Davidson k May, San Francisc*
nt sight—par.
Office hours 10 a. m., to 3 l*. M.—Saturday 10 to 1 o'clock.
F. W. WOOD,
Man ah mi.
Victoria, March IT, 1800. to
CHOICE  OLD WINESAND BRANDIES.
W .   II.   OLIVER,
IMPORTER AND WntlLKSALB  11KALKR IN
FINE OLD WINES, BRANDIES, tj' SPIRITS
Johnson street, opposite Wharf street,
Is in constant receipt; by every arrival, of now and
fresh goods belonging to the trade, in bulk and cases.
Traders, dealers and Pron!'i<?!or» of Bars, ar« invited
to call and examine my.sloek, where they will dud a
most complete and full assortment of everything com.
prised in the Liquor line, and nt the lowest prices.
BCfS 3 { ft r>.l7 JLLIFOnNlA.   W1NB,
a very choice, light, nnd pure wine  for family USc, in
cases and packages.    Its purity can bo depended uptn,
and is worthy the attention of nil connoisseurs.
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purchasers.   For Sale by
J.T.SCOTT,
aii-tc Pioneer Wiim-i".
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■aiu^. xuuiut mu ul '--uii-.'-t mit ui-jsruui dtscuur|r-r STBOLSBAia WifiliERf  niitjuiiuir^-^i.' lu-ip
is tiit •urv-uiir.iui.. uul em li .'■*»"«* tut tain*. K on-* uul hul Brmmrtit 1.:-.iuot« Vuit-t   Ciirdii»ii.   r^rupe, tiit
lortsvor is iiiit tiiniait. unsij u-iicii 11 mi lint-
Luc Ijtpi I-etiien v-iti   niu; faroa w- no ii-acr-. nir-.*- r»l nf-
Ttia Onittutni;-tF-'il. curt uv: 'ztrnt of Lul lief et*et V gn-^i :nu: w! vi! tjnii-i-'ir   '^   t"Tt suti.-i'.u'J-i'.it is tin
u' "-weiivyam Biutitiinp tr tin-fever uurt u-UiB--tiio*"-.,t a—.i-:t;. inifl fliapatcl u itrvr.-diiic.                        1..-.'.
im ht«ft' imn be ur  1' Bwnliei fits sot u' »■ jk.tsui » . ————-
•ji/ii; . uni'iUKt  :bt   .'minieii'. 11 weD rmibeS   mu   tU« G B '. > : B     c    . 2 I. B - B
viiuii. u) tut jm-it uf-ciKi. cram t «b*g is turpt ouui- r,v .-;•-.'.  nolnelew
tiiiw unt Iht lm-a u-n* -ji-'•••-■'. v-i;i lima r-.tp fiuokJj 7 i v ; : y    - £  v          ..     D  •'.  PS 1 S I E
fijj-eut v 1:1. tut .'mtmt-u;    i-iut -.tin muu*. tr -.-tai*.m'-*ii*. TtUB  '."■  . "v i-:.
I lutintilu.   t*ili.•JUllrJr•. n'  muieeOfini uumo' vil   lulit'v 	
unit, int -piiunui urt  all   li^rui"!.   ui   tut leg o"   utn?:: -r~ v o-t   ivi.-u-c   ?vi  J 'sera -1:1111 1'   Sn "i't
jiu-lt BBSmm *.uei* iiauiru  u|ii«uruii'.:"- JL;.       ..m   fuj uu.-.i .in i-v ,tij-   i hi fbl  unh PrBB  tu
Wi   Wduiiw    Sara   tint   . eoett \v, j l;„.--  Quilttnc ant Embroidery
Tut niotr. ii"i!ie!-uit •.•uhm- u: unt itp. strruiuitiui. at Jthese* nm-1 ■m-i   i«-v firon 'vi B}i
u'.U'.- buret   BJ3   fiWrefi  1'  u' -1   .''eu-i   t-".uudtuf  r,< '-in fran xu,   (,-,,,.-.   •.■i,i.-.-.i.;-   in  -'-vii!
.unit: utst 111  .nt -.'.uliu'in   um  Pills     I'm efie-.:; al tun i;n,Hliiiir   eu-i    H'-i n    I •   .1    '.v 1
t.u- • t.'.,'.-t •'.•]li,.■:; ui'iu viruienl ulcen nut hu-t-t  it u- rtjciiuian  *.'.     '•   huni    uwil  1   ;•
ii, ..■   D   "..■ 1.-   IB        '  firsl   dHJCblM^CM  -I'' I'liiU'I  vi:i-l ml...   ,„..          ,,   u..   . 1      ■     1.  . .  .
-,'•,.-. ti-t-i   iuui'iin-.tiui   mil  if—,.i  flesh unt tirue fiw ,.1^,   ,-• ;. ,,. _.-;.... •  ...    udujui
•.i;"vi vtii-.i Ot ueuiinr I'-f-.n-.i-i ul.ti-v i-.rat Dinnjilcit tj ,,   .   ,,.v ,;    ,.,.•,...,-.   .-;-.i..-.
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ti. ;iii   buss   of) buret  oeouaitnibfj i-;   lniiMiue.'.ir. turn,- n-^, .|(.v ,,.,_.., ',.,.,
Hies '.'■ i:irr--i Si-whir-fincl w   Oun
7'uif vu-.-.tiieu*. v'.:. •.■i.-t  -ut v.i-.-r. uasei  pfFite :'   v , ,..    ,,. ,., ,  •„ ,..
Bset uct-tii -fling *.i  thi  jirinrnec   iii--i-.--.iuui ».- ei. :' uf 31    .,.    ,,
jj-uv'.oat! in -j* Hhn,
.lliti'.'.iiitif  I'-.u'iuw-    ti-.'  urujifitiuE nud ul   irrJMniimi .,,,,_ • .,  ,   , ....
u' *.n'. 1-1.a   tiitit i-.nl dujujijieiu 1;'.'- l it-v iqijtljyiiuiml        gjQ   .   - ■-,    ;....-. .
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II im    ■>'•:.-: ■ it.     ,i.i,i; od *.nt  u-1. hi.--; crirulaftui   i.-t    „'-_v *-.   '.,' ,,
causes!    ; : irj-jcsiSBec pBrnjuruiiui   1 1.1 in ::.:> uewsms-	
iuj: i.i:ri,.-v.-. ii.: untK t'jiem   th{   im-i-i   Haiti   uivj-rurtinef ;•' r 5 T) £ :. -
;nt   i-•"•■■11:11.t.. il  uishiiui-.i-i   ".iii  inflttrnmafiuii   t«   t
tluubit |iruyes£.   "Lntliet winjai  ihuet ia   u-un  or
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'.1 vt-set vi i'.ui*.*. L'l- v u'.irt iuticli'.;iiiu- wsaan
iu'.iiiuf une ft-.-' racijH td -fme-rjuKOUjitt-as i-u" ;•-*." t-;
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i- ft •■: Bustn ueu. yiuctiJ uudts ;-.! :vi Bsm!-t. ulc :*.i
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fia Bat Edgm Dentoff, to iseaBon. 3^^
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n^dtst tuzrv* u-jtr.-rdu-i- v.. the -tflituxiii numl-tii
j uzszuamiz wid* K'-- 1  "uc-wirdiag to tbe ot^jj,
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j    Agenti i-j.r £he Asteric-sa Sel acl Tirise Misuficinr-
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AgesU Cw   tbe  Dolphia KatiffMiaring ComjisDj'f
j Safl Tw-iii*. C'...-Ih-.-i. it
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aBI8 *»a iCvtrfctt in
toHsfeav l»»-    The bond,
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1 icacrari b «uJa c«j the 3lst
'JV  vemm&x of t))e ^
,i   •■-. -•,■- Trejisarer wish in.
-'•;;< L>«3BB.lier. 1kG2, ^
-.: ihstd ar '.if tie days im
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for tit tjaic being of t|le
■•-   mi fiwetedtopiyilj
}:.'•.   •:.•.... aatereri ottofmj
■ I •;■   " ' > bands,attlnl
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■-.* "    *'••■ *--i"r tlic-TK-f.
-•■••.   '.i:..: be de-eraed to be I
- a  *•...".   -   cned t.n all r«.
,._i..'iL.-.-.'- Ec-ads' Bonds Act,
'•: •'-.•-   PiibSc  ."v-?J of th;
;.• 1 .-■:* ria, Vaauonver I«,
••-"..*'*.-•.. hre ofAi-gnstinthj
r Lord, gbw ihnHond eigbj
. raxrr, 1 ■ -.. :r. the twenty-
*   ■:' iier  Majesn*'-: rt-igii 1>j
JAMES  DOUGLAS,
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1860.
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SCHEDULE.
TliEA^UHY   BOND
SLiTX'5
SfaisiiBcctmeieii B<"o«I.
£ V' dux of
I'lrs-,]*- ".1st Dt-wraber, 186
ennnent  of BrirMi Oohznabia i« liertlj
5 tn p*v to d»e bearer heret'f c»n the 31it
sber,  !-*•■"•    . at  lie TreBBnrjoT liritish
nl ";•-.. *.''.'- Ptirn of .V<i UCT^Lt-r with interet
- nrom ?}ie <iatf. hereof, afi«r the rate oft
-nt. per aiiiium.
Treaairer.
r .:' bis ExoeQencT the Governor.	
Cokaiial St?cre-farr.
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120-41.
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TiutitMJA 4m/z. Uijui &fma#&M <i*y,r*. til ijuk-t tljuie,
1/-J'. /.tivj-ien <Avit fill <//»««j 11.1*4 i» th* tiirt'intAiu'i
's.-'ji.'Uy Tij»t* 'jjvibfcii'J Chmt'itH women »<-r* MM
M twtDj'v {/)isi!V;--«l ii^'ji<'<:; tjj<jl wi-r* 4#Uilwi ih iutfeWi,
1'U Eiii',Ator HtyAww ha* ifiv*-« MQfiffl {r«#e« j«
tliij vf vtv fu-Z/livtM: fir<>w  i^vm.
l.iTKJi y*M<   ,t'.»JlU!,U.
T.U tbij, E'm'.ihit*fiXt-A u.tH>i.i) Vl%wti*W,AnfL 2<U;,
f/vt'j tywi&y »i'ij ijit^i; vi iii* 2'/Ui <// /un*,
'Mit uu/i/i;ti'. </) Un: j;«/lc yitnj ii, ti,*. rj)U>3y <A \'\rM>f\x
CmtfUHGH »;  <ii->.l-:ti*i;.    Th* fe-.'/i/i;/jU t*Ul by i-u//i\ l/i
jteiivturut frow ik* 1st }*mi&rYi/i th* mih ot Itum,
ditfUrfi '>'"■ )'>-^,■ 6fH y<Mt, hiv* U.<.--j tt f'>ll</w* :—JJ;f/*;'.
\,M&fiM>    'MIASMATC;   lUS,l,l)ifi,U9',   W./1.
1,01:;//();  lWl,Wl,lU,
Th* ri«.'/w/ Uiv.-r A^(f^»g$ hnin \>tn\>A Vi bt tl<:U
»-j'I  tlUrlitlV*.
T-**nty-fiv« '*ui*l» ht4 nn-ivfcil m Mtlh'/um*, iaj.
C/rU4 b/ th* (fOTimmmt, whb.h h-na «!t'< ol/Ultttd «
u4 >il »l(^*<;«m fri/w J'trm.
Tho r-iw /.ttltfiil wtr U Itill io f/fi^rtM.
HMI i»»   OWI»*.
Th« n«wt V^| th< What Qhttt, from Jkpau i« unim.
I,</rt»M       1"»U»   ff'/HJ   i'Mllll.   »M:    tO tb*  13th   //f  J'JIJ*.
Th* i/;iVH '/f h'.i.'.iinw iir^i b««n tnkeri hr th* r«UI«
»u'i iHwUtA,   Ii (argil (jodj ,,f ii„(,<.ri«ili(ii ao|4(«ri d*-
•i.fli'l »«<1 J(/i«*<l Hi* ir.Uii.     Th* i;r//i-»(J* win, f<^,ffi(J,
awl th* r«b«)»| it ffwi *Hpp9f«4, w«.o rnarebRi&on Pekin
by way of this 'littml (janal, Th* Kn-jli«h anil Pr*rji;h
0**1 %nA urmy Usui (ji//i« (fl th* Cult nf VtfxM\, 00 th*
iv-»y l>i l'*kin.    'Ih* A/H*/i.;aij nhip f/jlrtphl ha.1 been
I'm', in tho 1.1.im-.-ii- f::m
Thu Mb-wing u a report of ih* r*iuarke ni/ul* by
f.'/i'l I'liliin.'iiiiiuii icbii'h excited so great a esnuatlon
thriiiighniit Europe awl led U) the writing of Hft-
poleon'n l*ti*r;—
" in tin: iinusi: of Oommons, on the ','M jti.y, i,onl
Puhjuergton Btowd the Intentiorm of the Government
.iilittivii Ifl tin; iliifoncon of ilnt country, fie proponed
that, ihii reeomiiienihtllons of the present CommUnion*
<;re —whom-, report lies been publtsiied—elioiild lm t-ul-.
el.linlliilly  i.ii.Miml   mil,      Tim  iii li:in:i;   of  Iln;  vurhiua
ih/.'.k-yitiila i3 Um |iiiii'!|,ul posHlon, mid (.lm estimated
outlay &\ifii)is,w sterliiiK, whi'tii in jntendoii to be
niiend liy mefliM of lorminnule anntiHIee, expiring In no
yi'urii, Tint rooiilremeut/ for the present ywtr 1,1
,£2,000,000, which it In proposed lo raise al oneo wlili
11 view to iln: iiiui.inlliilt; |ii'ont:t:iillnii ol lint worlii! und
to ntlsis from ytiur to ycur simh additional sums an' may
be I'liipilrcd,
"i,nr<i i'ltliinnRi'in expatiated on the danger to which
the country tvaeexpo'ioa firam Invasion, and after pointing to th«. Large army maintained in Franco, which In
always ready for ftggrosBlve purposes, lie declared that
England ought nol to be dependent iinon the forbearance of itiioiliur l'owi:i' for iin i'riji'iliiiii from attack,
" Tim uonaliliiriitlou ol the BUllJocl wim postponed till
Die 30th i.f July.
"'I'ho pronRBttlon was gdiifiiilly rncolvod with favor,
piiilbiiihii ly by Ilia Tory party. The peace party regard
I'liiiiii.ri-.i.nii'ii speech as a iiiuiiliusto oi' distrust towards
I'l-aiiee."
The Iioiiilnn Daily News says 110 onti could taltn <:x-
ii'ptlon lu Ji.ii'd I'liliriiiislon'H lone, wlnui ho touched
upon the critical foreign rolatlons of a coiiBtltutlonal
giivt'iiiiiii'iil. with 11 iluiiiinlli'. llfllgllliOI'i
TI in IiiiiiiIiiii //1111/1/ ritiiiiirltn thnt Ilia cariii'iitiiitliii nf
Lord I'liliiiiiriiUiii1--. inii": in «• pretty ffood guarantee that
tin; work tn lu: tnlit'ii iii hand will bo wull done, and
ihat tlio gfOVfil'llUlOUl hittl iitliiiit. Iit'tn rolled iuto suiug-
*. t.t-..'fi *'..*   .'v.--.'^*r.      J .--•.-;  '.v.j.t.-^   tl'j'.'j lil*   tv.l'.'jl* 'jl-
;;.-; w * '"■*■ '.".->.'.'.;. \:.*. uwAAA uutUm which pro-
Cv'At ..*,.*. ■»:-.-f.t.V.v.. j^j-j, !<:-ri;!. fasotlilf, MttA ;,■■■.}'.\':x.\
■~.s;a.s ZQ/i l:.e i/u:s OS <Ji:-<.--u.-; b*i.'j-{ ;*.';i';t*';. iu
.'.•.a'i;'*-*'-t' '.'j!.t it;- r.'::.      Vi'L;.* Ordinary r*/jj<:'j;i-i; only
utto."i t vtMwmry ttxritXn to ih* wjtfertT, vthzrvu ih*«.*
yilU aiiiiiiiilal* the dlswltr.
Ill H'oO.lt in lint Cs/vtUrltt,
r"r*/,-:j*i.'!y ariisftt from nsnrowi fo&n&vn a-f&eitng
the if.livu of th* h*art a,'j.-*l <l>:nu'/iu-g «»•; wiwUl *ai-
ujal >:'.v.-j.vijjr ; th*** \%m \'\i\i nili rctvor* Uj* nervous
trti/;iu ho«*w-r  'lurzirjuA. a-ii'i bring 1/su.k health and \
t'li/il* wi^.-u ill other iixiAi'Aw. hat U.ii*A.
l*iX*'jo.r ott/i Ia>*-c t't/mpUtitiit.
f'ji-.jijK.,': i- imfi t/y th* «r-.ir»l \>\tawe of btuoan tof- j
i>:i',:.'l. yet now nuu»y in ih* K»u *■."! Vi'^tt iwiia, zt<A '
UWSt of 'i>u y<ji:-ijf': i'otut.-ioj;*,. ar* thus afftii.-l'.'j. uu- j
kiWSrln^ !h* mtum. of '.ur* pla«*d M'thiu th*ir ^ratji; i
.-•-• 1. sb/rotd Uji* a few 0'/.'*< of Ui*** 1*511* nxeormag j
<o tl* ijik •<;-,;:; -/ivt.-n jo th* trtiOkx, and thVjf ailx*M-nt<i
will ij'jrVly b;av* t.h*i/i.
lJrvpti/'/t  tiv.iJU'tu/t and Turn of  !,<fc,
'X'n'it it a «io«t diiajtnyiji. y.ri'A in wouinu't hhetory,
it d*elroj* thoutan'tt, tb* *ihol* of th* gtom bullion
Cfllfeet log*th*r, and lik* a lid* \*t»i\i away htakh and
lif* it**lf, if not ti«»*ly and powerfully tbwktA. Th*
iw/tt i>.iMt\n ItWtAy Vtr all ih*»* dangerous *yi/jf/Wr/j«
11 Holloway'i I'ills. Aimed with this grtat antidol*,
lh« fiery ordeal in passed through, and lb* tefferer U
one* mot* r».st//r«d Vi Uie possession of uo impaired
bealtii. These Pitli art dually eJEcacioms in all la-
male e<»r/iplainti, and obstructions at th* dawa of
womanhood.
Hl'/nui'.h and lAtet Complaints.
Th*i« are COmphslnU of th* inillinn, |iarti'.ularly of
thos* iu warm latitudes ; ftw CKftpC th'im ; and. If
neglected, they l«*d t/i iouumcrable dangerous malswlliei,
Ifut whv neglect them when Holloway's'Pills will eradicate them as certainly a« water extinguishes fir*?
They n;li*vi; tin; bowelt, purify tin: fluidii, and invigorate the -tynteiii and the constitution at th« tt'Miii-. time,
They are admitted by virtue of special decrees into the
dominions of despotism, and thus have become a great
household remedy.
Dyitnttry «n/f Dowel Complaints.
Those famous Pills should be tak<:n on** or twice a
w*i:k by nil classes In thin part of thc world, by which
means, none need fear the attacks of these direful
scourges.
A Word lo Females.
The local debility and Irregularities which are the
special annoyance of the weaker »ex, and which, when
neglected, always shortens life, are relieved for the
time being nntl prevented Inr the lime h, come, by a
Course Of this mild but thorough alterative.
Holloway'i  Pills are. thc best re.me.ilg known in the world
for tbe following diseases 1—
Bilious Complaints Erysipelas Stone and (jravel
lilotelii's ou the Kemitlo Irrcg- Liver Complaints
Hltin lihirltlcs Lumbago
liiiwi'l Complaints Fcverfl of all Piles
Oollcs kinds Retention of Urine
Constipation of tho Fits Scrofula, or King's
Rowels Gout Evil
Consumption llcad-acho Soro Throats
Debility Indlgostlon Secondary Kyni-it.
Dropsy Inflammation Tic Douloureux
Dysentery Tumours Ulcors
Venereal Medians Worms of all Weakness, from
kinds whatever  CltllBO,
kc, kc
Bold at. the cstabllflhrnont of PnontsBQit IIhi.i.owav,
H-H, Htritnil, (ui'.iir Temple liar) London. also hy nil
raspeetabie Druggists and Doalcre in medicines throiigli-
Ollt the elvlll/,ed world,
JH-jT' There is a considerable saving by taking the
larger hIxoh,
N. li.—Directions for tho guidance of patients in
every dlsordor urn nflixetl lo eiti-h box,
CUItTIS k U0011E, Agent.-), Yiites-ut., Victorin.
■'. ji.—Uirfartioii!   for  tbe  guidaoee  of patient* in
• v ". wt&tst mc affixed V) eaeh Pot.
CUBTIS  k  KOOBE, Agentt.
VaUf-f.rtei. VicV/iia. V. I.
P Ii I L L IP     HI C K ,
Gorernmest I/ak*rr,
Use tbe beet Hj«l*ljtjr of Yti*»o\e., Piei and Cake*-.
~TT Y.Y.V'A on hand  a good assortmi-nt of Klour for
_|^_ iijanxry Trad* alto Pilot Bread, Soda, Hugar. and
KutUrt CracKer*.
A jri/i/d assoruneat of family  Groterie?, and evtrr-
thiuj- un ernary for BakerkJ u«e in th* ujipet country,
»U'.b at Fruit, f^ird, kc, kit.
W. i. ABMSTBOSG,
Opposite   Liverpool   Wharf.
Columbia-street, Sew VTe*',ioii«ter
WBOLEBALEand BETA1L DKALEBin Groceriii
Prav'moia,  Hardware, Croekeryware, Paints,
(Jilt. Panjiin-; ImplemenU'. Mi-iin-i Tools,
Ladies' and Gent's Boots and rihoes,
kr.., kc kc
A^*nt JEfKRAY k CO.'S Frafer River Express.
W> t/>ns BAY for Bala.
0>2*i, 3rn
M A Y E B,    It E I 5 B A B T,     k    CO",
FOBWABDIXG AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
dsw wtsiaisiiTia, b. c,
HAVING concluded arrangements for a regular line
of vet*!*'-!, U) "iu twice a month direct, from
Han Krancitc to this plaee, would be pleased to receive
Orders for iirilith Columbia.
Letters addressed to us in care of Messrs. Mayer,
lleinlmrl, kiio., Victoria, V.  1., John Dewar, and  O.
H.   Oehrfcke, San   Prancisco, (.'a.,  will   meet with
prompt st ten tion,
m2l-lm
L I V V. li V 0 0 L   W H A It F,
WILL IN FUTOBE be under the control and supcr-
vitionof M.MAYBB k Co.
N. B. Wharf:;-/* Ifi cent?, per ton.
DICKSON, CAMPBELL, k CO.,
COMMISSION    MERCHANTS,
Corner  of  Wharf  end  Johnson  streets,
VICTORIA, v. 1.
IL N, Dickhoh k Co.,       - -       -       London.
J)J0K»0M, UkWoi.c, & Co.,       -       -       Sun Francineo.
in'J I-li in
(; 0 L O N I A L    II 0 TEL,
COI.CMHIA   S'rllKBT,  KKW   WKHTMIKHTKIt.
IJBOSl'EB k FRANK GRELLEY, would respectfully
Inform the public that they have just opened
l.lieir Nkw Hotk.i,, end are ready to accommodate travellers or residents of New Westminster with the choicest
eatables the market affords, The sleeping apartments
arc fitted up in a style that neither Vancouver Island
nor British Columbia can excel, and the wines and
liqueurs, while enumerating all that a first-rate hotel
should boast Of, are of tlie very bent and finest description.
Private dining rooms can lie always obtained, and
dinners, kc, gotten up on the shortest notice.
mO-.lm
MACDONALD k CO.,
OFFICE ON YATES STREET, VICTORIA, pay the
highest price for Gobi bust. Issue Bight
Clio<*|Uos on Messrs, Tullant k Wilde, San Francisco, at
"pur." mlu-'lm.
BRITISH   COLUMBIA.
P B 0 C L A MAT! O X .
By Uh Excdkncy JAMES DOUGLAS, O-m-
pankn of the mart Honorable Order of tl.e
Jiath, Governor and CommaiuIcr-m-Giief of
BriiLdi Cohimbia, Vice-Admiral of the same.
\lf HERE AS, under and by virtue of an Act
» *     of Parliament, made and ]<i.s.*c-d in the ses-
! won of Parliament held in the 21nt and 22nd Tears
: of tlie Reign of Her Majesty Queen Victoria, in-
i tiruled an Act to provide for thc " Government of
British Colnmbia," and Ly a Commwssion under tlie
! Grf^tt .Sial ofthe Uniti-<1 Kingdom of Great Britain
land Ireland, I,  JAliES DOUGLAS, have been
appointed Governor of the  «iid colony, and  have
I been aothorised by Proclamation under the Public
Seal of tlie said colony, to make laws, institntions,
and  ordinances, for  the  i>eace, order,  and  good
government of the same, and
"WHEREAS by a certain Indenture dated the
17th day of this present month, and made between
Richard Clement Moody, Chief Commissioner of
Lands and Works in British Columbia, of the one
part, and Edgar Dewdney of New Westminster of
the other part, the Raid Edgar Dewdney has contracted to construct a certain trail or road, and
works an described in the Kaid Indenture, and
within the time, and on the terms, and subject to
the approval therein mentioned, for the price of
Seventy-six Pounds per mile, to be paid in such
proportion as the said Chief Commissioner shall
determine, and as to One Thousand Pounds part
thereof in cash, and the remainder by means of
British Columbia Treasury Bonds bearing interest
at the rate of Six per cent, per annum, of which
Bonds Eight Hundred Pounds are to be redeemed
on the 31st day of December, 1SC0; One Thousand Pounds on the 31st. day of December, 1801;
and the remainder on the 31st day of December,
1802.
Ami whereas it. is by the same Indenture provided that one-fifth of the value of the works executed shall be retained until three months after the
date of completion and acceptance of the whole by
the said Chief Commissioner, or his agent.
Now, therefore, I, JAMES DOUGLAS, do
hereby declare, proclaim, and enact, as follows:—
1. On the production of tiny certificate of the
said Chief Commissioner stating his approval of
any portion of thc said works as determined by
him and the price of such proportion according to
the said recited agreement, there may be delivered from lime to time by ihe Treasurer of British Columbia to tho Chief Commissioner of Lands
and Works for the time being such a number of
Treasury Bonds in the form set forth in the schedule hereto, each Bond being for the amount of
501., and bearing interest at the rate of 0 per cent,
per annum from the date thereof as shall in the aggregate amount "to four-tidhs of the price of the
whole proportion specified in such certificate.
2. At the expiration of three calendar months
from the completion of the whole of the said works
certified and accepted as aforesaid, nnd on the pro-
i*P.!Tl"""lI  COLTJUBU.
P R O C L A M A T I O X
By I!':' Escdlcncy, JAMES DOUGLAS, rani
panii:. -: :': ■■ m '-■*. Honorabfc Ordcrof the Bail
Governor and  Commander-in-chief of Briiii
(.'- !-,::i:'i-La. Vice-Admiral of the same. &c.,h
Proclamation having the force of law in Her
Majesty's colony of British Columbia.
TTTHEREAS, under and by virtue of an A«
M       of Parliament, made and }a*-ed  in ll*
session of Parliament held in the 21st and 22tK
years of the reign of Her Majesty Queen Victora
intituled an Act to provide for the " Governm*
of British Columbia,'" and by a Commission umki
the Great Sal of the United Kingdom of Crti
Britain and Ireland, I. JAMES DOUGLAS, bj
Iw-t-n appointed Governor of ihe said colony,M
have lx-vn authorised by Proclamation under tl
public seal of the said colony, to make laws in*6
tut ions, and ordinances, for the peace, order, sj
good government of the same,
And whereas it is expedient in some respects
alter the rates of duties of customs now lcvinl
upon goods and other articles and things import* g
into British Columbia, and to make further pt*
isif'n for the levying thereof.
NOW. iherefore, I do hereliy declare, procl«i» ■
and enacl as follows, tu :—
3 st. That so much of the Proclamation datcdi 9
2nd of June, one, thousand eight hundred and lift T
r;in<- as impose*! a duty upon  the seTeral art'* I;
specified in the schedule hereto, shall ns to thc ¥ f
thereby imposed be repealed from tho 15th daj1
October next.
2nd. That the duties specified in the said tw
dule shall be paid on the articles thereon spwi* I
from the said 15th day of October next.
3rd. This Proclamation may on all occasion*
cited as the " Customs Amendment Act, 1860.   ■
     Issued under the public seal of the ^ |
colony, at Victoria, Vancouver IslnniV
twentieth day of August, one tho..9>H
   eight hundred and sixty, in thc twentj |
fourth year of Her Majesty's reign, by* g
JAMES'DOUGLAS.
By his Excellency's command.
William A. G. Youxo,
Acting Colonial Secretary.
SCHEDULE,
! L. S.:
Flour,
Bacon, Salt and Dried Pork,
Beans
Barley,
Butter,
Candles, - .
Lard,
Rice,
Ton,
Coffee,
Sugar,
Ale anil Porter in Dottle,
Alo and Porter in Wcod,
Wine in Wood nnd Bottle,
Bitters,
Rttutkcti*,
Cheese,
Opium,
Dried Fish,     -
Salt Fish,
Chinese Medicated Wine,
Dried Ve-rctiiMcs (Chinese)
Salt Vegetables        do.
per barrel   0
per lb 0
per 100 lb 0
per 100 lb 0
per ft) C
per lb       0
per lb 0
per 100 lb   0
per lb       0
per lb      0
per lb
per dozen   0
per gallon  0
per gallon   0
per gallon
per pair
per lb
per lb
per lb
per lb
per gallon
per lb
per lb
3 m
1 i
Printed   nnd published  every Saturday    .    in.
M'CtiCBE, n!   his   oflice, Xew AVestiiim-5'"'
Colonv ol British Columbia,
IHIli  _
'   Mirngf—m—oBi

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