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Array Jto. 4JML iii,	
|rk Psteter, gatafcnj, gcMir 13, 1860,
JP,  Is-.._.
INDIAN FIXAXCE.
{From the London Times.)
There arc cast', in \Vbieh it might savor of
madness or rovongo to lay heavy taxes on a
tion unused he will deserve much congratulation. It
Will he il great thing for India, for its morality ns well
as its finance, if it cun be taught economy, eVen wilh
u Parliamentary hold on the liritish capitalist, We will
not give tin all hope of Indian finance righting as fast
\ ns Sir Charles says we ought. The lirst steps to this re-
mullnOUS people Scarce yet brought   to order,   suit  are  publicity and   clearness.     Wc  seem  to gain
WaB this not this the policy of the rash Princo  "omen-hat more insight into the entangled maze by
,,.],,.    ,„i,, ,     i :     r .1 i"  i i        -..   1 reading .Sir  Charles Wood's  speech:   but it slionhl be
Mho, yy_-.cn  ins futlicr had   scourged   vritr '
iinnle as clear as day to the Indian, as well as to tlie
British piTplic, in order that both may acquiesce cheerfully in all that may be necessary for the restoration of
India.
ti.    VI (I N 0 I. 0,
:".MI'()I'.TI-:it   and   Dealer in   Havana   Cigars,   nnd
Cigaritos, Johnson-street, opposite Wharf-street,
Victorin. ml7-3m
I
MUNICIPAL   NOTICE,
whips, would iioiv scourgo with scorpionn?
Jjitt how stands tliu case with India tit this
moment '■ Having tlio spirit of rebellion, her
course is one of continuing prosperity. Her
revenuo was i-ising boforc lliu mutiny, it rose
during tho mutiny, it lias risen since thc mutiny, and is still rising, since tho days when
her wealth  inspired the cupidity of every
successive conqueror she never was SO rich as I  \\(m f' lt3*?b7 K/"" to owners of town lots in
1 JLi   m Now Westminster, that unless they have their
at this moment.     IN over  have such fortunes j lots dented on or before the last day of October, the
Municipal Council will proceed to clear all lots remaining uncleared, at the expense of thc owners, without
further notice. And further that all trees falling from
town lots mi thu streets, squares, or other public
property, must be removed at the cxpenco of the
owners.
By order.
VALENTINE HALL.
New Westminster, Sept. 29, 1860.      Town Clerk.
accumulated in the coffers of tho native
hankers, merchants, and landowners. In
spite of increased duties, importation increases. l!ai!\\*avs are advancing rapidly,
aud will soon join tho great cities, and span
thc populous -.one of thc Peninsula. About
twenty-eight million pounds has boon spout
mi them; eight million five hundred thousand
putinds moro is authorized, and twice as much
more is required to complete thc works in
PHILLl P     II ICK,
Governiiicnl   Bakery,
Has the best quality of Dreads, Pies and Cakes.
i "it    io   il'  iiiii.il     i'..    _iiiii  jiv tu    Llie-    tt \ji iv.-j in       if r- T-i-ti- l „_ r     . .  i . ,      r i-i ,-
i i Jl r I.r.r."i on hand a good assortment of I-lour tor
progress.     1!}*   the   beginning of next year    l\_ country Trade also Pilot Dread, Soda, Sugar, and
undred miles will be open for traffic.   ""?" c™CKcrs* ,,   .,
A trootl assortment ot fnmil
twelve
Harbors, canals, irrigation, roads, new towns,
great works of till kinds aro undertaken,
s.mo with public aid,some wholly ly private
enterprise. Mrc till know what a current of
precious metals has long set in towards India,
which takes everything, and has hitherto
■riven hack nothing. The war itself has enriched whole classes, This is a pcoplo to hear
taxation, if that he. necessary to equalize
it-venue and expenditure. The threo taxes
are of the most orthodox Oriental typo An
income tax is hut the regular form of tho political system hy which each oflicial rank levies lines on those below according to thoir
ability? It is to bc levied on all incomes down
to two hundred rupees, which iu their social
r-ftilc corresponds to ono hundred pounds a
year in this country. After much considcra-
I iion, the only exemptions ailowed arc military
(officers below Ihe rank of captain, including
Ithcrohy all  native officers.     Licence duties",
is well as income  tax are  an old  custom in
India, and wore paid in many parts till twenty years since-     Licences will  not affect the
(i-ii-li,  and   will  bring  in   those   who   are ox-
■ nipted from income tax-   The tobacco duty
li-- treated  as  part of  thc  licence   system!
Though it is  said—we  know" not hew it can
In.- snid with certainty—that these taxes will
fnot stand on ejuitc so fi>'m a basis 08   they did
_foro the publication of the Madras minutes,
lyct there is no objection, and every prospect
nf a prompt and regular payment.    The tax.
ipaycrs all know the value ol order lind peace.
jThey are making money last, and nowhere is
llhis so appreciated  as  in  Ilindrstan      The
jlnsi, vorsion of the figures, for they have tin-
idergono some corrections, is given hy >sir C.
jAVootl.   Thc deficit for the ycaronding April,
leightocn hundred and fifoy-nino, was fourteen
(million ono hundred and  cightv-so\on thousand pounds; for eighteen hundred and sixty
il was nine million nine hundred and eighty-
laic thousand pounds-    For tlie present year,
knding next April, sir Charles estimates it at
Kevcn million four hundred  and seventy-two
liousand pounds, including guaranteed inte-
I'cst ou railways, amounting to ono million
two hundred and seventy-si-1, thousand pounds
■-it* Ohai'los goes closely 'nto the question
jwliotliei- this deficit Could have been mot hy
fcconomv and the improvement oi the oxjgtiiiff
leycntiOj lie enumerator! many expenses on-
Tailed by the mutiny, some new items such as
Jt'tified barracks; others deferred, such as
public buildings for civil uses; ho mentions,
poo,   that   the   revenue,   whether   from   old
iourcos or from additional taxes, has already
pin reused by four million four hundred thou-
land pounds- Large ai rears have been paid.
[All this, however, has not gone fat* to fill up
}he huge annual  though  decreasing delicit.
piuui is not to bo dejiendcd on-    It  is  csti-
j.'ttecl to produce Five hundred and seventy-
Iivo thousand pounds less tlian last yonr.
r1 think the closeness of the calculation given by Sir
uirlcs, and the severity of his iinuiiciitl reasonings,
il inspire confidence in those who feel that the lirst
»"'.'iiu'iii'ii|'safety is to khoiv where ivo are, and have tlio
Jotiragc toitet accordiugly. Willi tlio one well known
f&ccption, all the Indian authorities have concurred in
|''e iucomc-lax, and the duly on licensed and tobacco,
"" 'he only way to lill this gap. The new taxes arc ex-
I't'i'ii'il in produce £1,000,000 tbis year, and £3,000,000
In llie year lsiil-'l ; ' hill Sir Charles Wood hopes that
|>,v the gouerul improvement of the rovenucs, and by
lueh reductions us can he mado, that deficit may be reduced. Ih, oven holds out some hope that in the
J,000,000 of purely military and polico expenditure
inert- amy he effected a Baviug of £3,000,000, whii-li
I'nn ihe produce of the new taxes will equalize the 6_>
f'U'liiiiri' in ih,. year 1801-2.   Thu immediato question
' how to iloul wilh the detii-il in ihe present .year. Sir
li i, ? UJ:Pcota a balance of two or twee millions from
I l''wny Commissioners, nnd on this balance he de-
ends for meeting homo expenses, The one million
I'i'iii the new tuxes wc have mentioned. Hill l|e thinks
V' prudent—nnd certainly it is nothing utoru ihan
[iiitlent—to nsk borrowing powers to the amount of
"'"""•"nn.    It is difficult to imagine that he will not
'■> to  use  these powers  to Ihe   utmost, and  if .Sir
'■"'I.'.- nulls rurliument next February with any por-
tllillg necessary  fur linker
sueh as Fruit, land, kc, kc.
Groceries) and every-
use in the upper country,
WEBSTER & CO.,
VATES    STUEET,    VICTORIA,
WHOLESALE  and   RETAIL   Dealers  in   Doots  and
SuoBH, Leather, and Findings, of every description.
Also—Ladies' Shoes of all kinds. iiihlY-'tm
LEVI   k  BOAS
Seott's Wharf.
TT7"HOLESALE ami RETAIL DcaleiS in all sorts o
\\ DRV GOODS, CLOTHING, BOOTS and SHOES,
kc. Have always on hand a Inrgo assortment of Provisions aud Groceries direct from Sun Francisco, will
sell them ut the lowe-.-i market prices.
All orders from the country will ho  promptly attended to.
lu28, 3m
MAVER,  RELMIART,  is CO.,
WHOLESALE   DEA-EIIS   AXD   IMl'llllTIIIto  OF
W I X E S, L I_Q U O lt S,  A L V. S, A X D C 1 O A R S
Liverpool Wharf
NKW       WE ST MIX STS 11,
BEO TO INFORM Traders and Miners, and the public generally, that they now have on hund a large
STOCK  OK
ASSORT E D     M E R CIIA NDISE,
suitable for
BRITISH   COLUMBIA.
They will hereafter receive all  their goods direct from
Hun Francisco,
nnd he enabled to sell at VirroiilA FitlCES.
RECEIVED EX X.  S. PERKINS   and WAVELET
from San Francisco direct,
200 hlils Golden Age Flour;
luu   tlo Golden (lute    tlo
05   do Eureka do
50   do Eclipse tlo
•_j   do Self-rising        do
'_0o sacks Hurley;
300 sucks lieiiiis ;
200 units China, No. 1, Rice;
200 mats China, Xo. 1, Sugar.
Also for sale, Fork, Bacon, Hams, Lard, Candles, Soap
Cheese, Coffee, Teas, N. t). nntl S. I. Sugars,
Powdered and Crushed Sugars, Boston Syrups, Assoitod Syrups,
Hunt's and Ooll'us'
Axes,
Wrought mid
Cut Nails, Powder, shot, and
Percussion Cups, Pitch and Tar, all si7.es
of Hope, and ISoats' Oars.
A   I..UK1E
A S S O It T M E X T   OF   CLOTHING
Huts,
Caps,      Hoots,
Shoes, Tobacco,
Cigars, Stationery,
Perfumery, Duck, Drilling
Dry,    ••■•>''.Ti'ivj-, and.       .Millinery Goccl-J.
—also—
A large  variety of Ribbons, Bonnet, and  Dress Trimmings, Musical Instruments, Table and Pocket Cutlery
 i*aiat.,-Gi!s, and Dye-stuffs., ...
FRESH '    GARDEN      SEEDS,
Caiu'kts, DitfiitiKTs, Mattink, kc,  kc.
m'21-lin
FRASER li'lVER PICKLED AND SMOKED SALMON
~V)It SALE a large quantity of Pickled nnd Smoke
H
Salmon, cured this season in the best style, by the
Pioneer fisherman,
C. Ii. MORSE,
.    ... Fort Lungley,
Anv orders left with the Purser of the steamer
t'ol. Moody, will meet with prompt attention. Prices
moderate. auir.-.ini
J .    11.   PAIN T K R,
(SUCCESSOR   TO  ll'siKARA  A  l'AINTEIl)
THANKFUL for the past favors shown the late firm
would respectfully inform Printers that owing to in-
i-ri'iiscd"" licililics, and recent instructions frtini tho
Foundry, ha is now pfepafed Id sell Plain attdOrnti-
mental Type, Presses, Printing Material, Paper, Cards
and Printers' Stock goncrttlly, 132, Clay-street, nctir
Sanson!.;, Sun Francisco.
CHOICE  OLD  WINES AND  BRANDIES.
AV .   11 .   OLIVER,
IMPORTER AXO WHOLESALE  0EAI.EB 1.1
FINE OLD WINES, BRANDIES, .j- SPIRITS
Johnson struct, opposite Wharf street,
Is in constant receipt, hy every arrival, of new and
fresh gootls belonging lo the trade, in hulk and cuses.
Traders, dealers, and Proprietors of Bars, nre invited
to call and examine my ".'•j.ek-, where they will find a
most complete and iitll assortment of everything comprised in the Liquor line, and nt the lowest prices.
S I' I' K It I O II   C A L I F O It N I A   W 1 N K,
ii  very choice, light, and pure wine for family use, in
cases ami packages.     Its purity can he depended upen,
nnd is worthy the attention of all connoisseurs.
je-.'0-lm
11.   WATERS,   TINSMITH,   kc,
NKW  WESTMINSTER, II. C,
INFORMS the Traders and  Miners of Fraser River
that   he  is  nun*  prepared to  furnish all kinds  ot
tumping  utensils,   in   Tin,   Iron,  and  Copper, tit  for
Miners ami Family use.
Also, Gutters and Leaders.
Job Work promptly attended to n-lllin
DICKSON, CAMPBELL, k CO.,
C O M M IS S1 0 X    M E H C II A X T S,
Corner   of   Wharf   and   Johnson   streets,
VICTORIA, v. I.
II. X. Dickson k Co.,      - - London,
Diiksiix, DkW'oi.k, k Co.,       -        -       San Francisco,
nr.'l-.'iin
VICTORIA   DRV   GOODS STORE.
K. GAMBITZ,
YATES   STUEET.   VIOTOIIIA,
at   his    FIRE-PROOF STORE,  where  he   is constantly supplied  with New  (loons by every
steamer, and has always on hand ti
splendid assortment of
CLOAKS   AXD   MANTILLAS,
Silk, Velvet,  and   Cloth.    Also a large variety of fine
Silks and Bonnets.
An excellent variety of Alexander's
KID   GLOVES, and a full assortment of Gentlemen's  Furnishing  Goods, line Frock Coats ;   Dress
Coals; Over Coats; Yeats aud Pantaloons
of different colors;   Fashionable Silk
Huts.     Gill Cornices, Curtain
Rings,   Window    Shades,
of all co!crs, French
Cass'nneies, Broadcloth, Beaver, and Pilot.
Also—u  full  assortment of  Tailors'  Trimmings.
FAMILY   FURNISHING  GOODS.
Shawls,   Alpacas,   Merinos.  DeLittnes,   Furs,' Gloves,
Hiding   Hats,   Gauntlets,  Clonks,  Mantillas,   Velvets,
Embroideries, Ribbons, Laces, Carpels, Rugs, Druggets,
Oil-Cloths, Paper Hangings, Mattings, etc., etc.,
and till other goods pertaining to thu
business, at the lowest prices.
N. B.—All orders from Britisli Columbia, Oregon, or
WaShingtoi Territory, by express or otherwise, will be
promptly iitltcndcd to.
lulO-lv K. GAMBITZ.
JAMES TATRICK & CO.
Ann iiE.iri.ini.v in the RKCRIPT ok
BUTTER, CLEAR BACON SIDES, HAMS, AND PORK
CANDLES,—Hydraulic, Pressed and Adamantine.
LAUD—"J. 11. k Co.'s" 10-lb cans, iu 120-lb. cases.
NAIL—Old Colony nntl 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 arc direct from the iiiiinufac-
turors, consequently can be offered nt
comparatively low prices:
Half-Pounds.
T. k S. Ilardgrovc's Peach
Tiirpin & Yarbrougb's Apricot;
J. II. Grenner's Pride ot the Unios.
A. L. Royster's Fruit;
W. Greaner's Sun;
T. k S. Hardgrove' Golden Gate;
A. Ij, 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—lohn II. Greaner;
(lallego—Olopton;
■I. M. Liinghorn k Co.'s Extra j
Brewer's Gold Leaf;
Mlirrell k Burke's Sun-Ciired ;
Kockaday—Golden Seal;
Girnlda, Wine Sap, etc.
Bright Half-Pounds.
Gold Leaf—J. II. Oreuiier;
Pippin—John W. young;
Wine Sap—George W ('illiniTi
Fancy Tobaccos,
Invincihlo Twist;
Planter's Pride Twist, in foil;
Wine Sail Twist;
Atlantic Cable Tw'st, in foil;
Perfect Love, sinnl, plugs;
Ganic Cock Twist, in foil.
^uioking Tobacco.
Hardgrove •* Peerless, KHliliiiiick :Aok Riddlck's Gt>ilS"
Leaf.
7-V/ni Cut.
..JohnAudei-stm k Co. '.s Solace.   ,	
SnuJ,
Lorillartl's Coarse Rappee und Mncuboy.
For sale by single ease or package,
FINE HAVANA SEGARS.
By onch  Steamer we nre in receipt of the Choicest
Brands of Havana Segnrs, selected  by  our  house in
Havana (Patrick y Ca.) especially for this market.
The above goods nro offered to the trade by the single case or package, by   JAMES PATRICK k CO.,
mlO. ly San Francisco.
JONAS    G,   CLARK    k   CO.,
IMCORTEIIS   AND   MAXI'KACTUIIEIIS  OK
FDUS1TUIIK     AND     BSDDIHO,
of every description,
128, Washington   streeet, San   Francisco;
49 and 01, Foilrth street) between Ji and fc strcetsj
Sacramento.
Hunter street, between Main and Levee, StoeKtoti,
And First street, San Jose. je-O-i'm
MALE AXD FEMALE EMPLOYMENT.—Geo. W
Chitpin k Co.'s Male and Female Employment Offico,
under the supervision of the Voting Mens' Christian
Association. Particular attention paid to supplying
private families with servants of all kinds.
Also, have a House Brokerage, and Real Estate
Agency Ollice, collect Bills. Rents, etc.
GEO. W, CIIAPIN k Co.,
flB-tC If. E. cor. Cluy and Kearny streets.
LONDON
$P* GIN   {
rv.*".    -_
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JAMES Patrick, and Co., Sun Francisco,
"O'-l tc Sole Agents for California.
B E E S !     II E E S II     B E E SI I I
—K011 sale itv—
J .     Y .      AV I L S O N ,
No.   In. Commhu.iiai.-.htukut, San  Fuancisco.
I" OFFER for sale a large number of line  swarms o
I     Calipoii.nia Bees, in every kind of moveablc-frnnie
Hive woithv of mention.
These llees were bred in Alameda county, under the
supervision of Mr. X. W. Palmer, one of the most skill-
lul Apiarists in the State,
Thc extensive manner in which I have engaged in
the Uee business gives mc extra facilities for furnishing
Hees In stronger nnd healthier Swainis, nnd at a loWeii
ii.ite than any other dealer in the state.
Full instructions for the management of Bees, and
nil particulars respecting them can he bail by applving
t" J.Y.WILSON,
at the Oregon nml California Provision depot
No. IH, Col er.iiil-street, .San Francisco.
8®" Parlies wishing BltlSB can have Ihein forwarded
by \\ ells Fargo k Co.'s Express lo airy part of California, Oregon, Washington Territory, or- British Oo-
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Drugs, Medicines, Paints, Oils, White Lend, Camphene
Alcohol, Coal Oil ami Coal Oil  Lumps,
GARDEN, FRUIT, FLOWER, AND FIELD SEEDS.
Agents for all tbe celebrated Patent Medicines.
Orders promptly filled nt Sun Francisco rates.
all-fim
Slttttfi
ARE the most refreshing and agrecal-lo tonic ever
produced, being miiuufactured from tho pure
Juice «f t!ici'rnp«, hniiarti to the whole system
health, vigor anil strength. It is a euro preventive of
all diitottses of a billions naturb. Coitlvenma, lmii-
pestion, FeVcr and Ague, and re-moves from the
stniniit'li nil tliillncss ol'itctinn.
For Kale hy nil the Druggists nnd Liquor Dealers
throughout tho United Slates,
GEO. T, GRIMES.
SuU l'tauciatu.
Sule Agent for San Prancisr.o.
COLONIAL    IIOTKL,
COI.l'MBIA   STREET, MtW  WIST1IINST\S.
PROSPER * FRANK QRKLLEY, would respMfuliy
inform the public that they have jt.lt' opened'
their Xew Hotel, and are rtittdy to aecommodate travellers or residents of New Westminster iHth the choicest
eatables the market affords. Thc sleeping apartments
are tilted up In a style that neither Vancouver inland
nor Britisli Columbia can t xvel, and tbe wines and
liipii.'tii--. w bile enumerating all that a first-rate hotel
"slidiilu boast of, arc ofthe very bcst"_*_ Glrtst d«serip-
tion.
Private dining rooms Can he always obtained, ami
dinners, kc, gotten Up on thc shortest notice.
riiS-Sm
LI-QUORS, kc
THOMAS PATTRICK, k Co., have for sale in store,
and to arrive,
Martell Brandy,
Booth's Old Tom, in puncheons,
Booths Old Toil., id cases",
Burnett's Old Tom in cases,
McKcn_i<-'s Old Tom, in cases,
Tanqucrny k Co.'s Old Tom, In cases,'
Scotch   Whiskey,   In   pilnc-hemls,-
Scotch Whiskey, in cases
Jamaica Rum, in puncheons,
Wines of every description']
—also— |   ,.
The finest Burton and Scotch Ales,
Bottled do do
Devonshire Cider, in cases.
March 21, 1800. 5m'
DR. ROSENBAUM'S STOMACH BITTERS!   .
For the cure of Dyspepsia, Indigestion,- Constipation
Loss of Appetite" cr any Bilious Complaints
arising irom a morbid acti6n of tnd
Stomach or Bowels.
All of these diseases you will soon be relieved of, b*f
use of these Bitters, as per directions on tho Bottles.
This great anti-dyspeptic is the result of prolound ami
elaborate study of one of tbe most celebrated physlcjans
ofthe present century, in the accomplishment of VPhi6W
he bus spent both time and money. Wc do not hesitate'
to affirm that where Dr. Rosenbaum's Stomach Bitters
are used, a case of Fever and Ague cannot occur; It
has been analyzed by the most scientific chemist lithe Medical Faculty, nnd is now prescribed by ninc-
tertlis of the Physicians of the land. Try them—test;
them—on your constitution, nnd go yOftr Way rejoicing;
Arc you dyspeptic ?—take these Stoaitteh Bitters.
Are you bilious ?—try one of these bottles and be relieved at once. ,
Are you annoyed by indigestion or iOuStrpatFoii ?—*
remove the cause by a free use of the Bittors.
Have you fever and ague 7—cure and prevent this
destroying disease by the free use of these Bitters.
The superiority of these Bitters has iht_tic*d many to
put up a spurious article. To prc^At d6ct(rti6h In
future, each cork will be branded, "N. B. Ja66*s k Co."
And the labels will benr our own signature, without
which, none nre genuine.
Caution.— Consumers of R68enbaum'_ Bitters are
cautioned against the many counterfeits no# afloat ip
the market, und especially against a cheap arid worthless article called Hosenschf s Bitters, put up in this
by Messrs. Turner Bro.'s, with the avowetJ,intention of
preying on the well-earned reputation of ftotocnbiiam's
Bitters, ns a rcmcdiiil agent in all cases of Dyspepsia
and similar diseases, The genuine Roscnbaum has oor
name branded on each cork, and oar signature on each
label.         .
N. B. JACOBS & Co., Proprietors'
m21-Gm Siinsiune st., corner Commercial.
.— i——— . "■ " i    t
MESSRS.  W.   S.  KIRKLANl) & Oi-
AOENT8,
1, King William Street, Strand)
LONOON,   KNIILAIlD- K -
BEG to call the attention of renders of English news-
papers iu Vancouver Island, British Columbia,
and California to the advantage of subscribing to tlio
" Evening Mail" newspaper, which Is a reprint pull*
lished three times a week, of all the leading itrtUilcs,
essays, correspondents' letters, and news of "Tho
Times" London newspnper, everything btlt the advertisements, and can be sent post flee to All parts bf
Vancouver Island, British Columbia, and California,
via tho United States, for XI Is per quarter, or £4
per annum, paid in advance ; thus being " The Times*'
at Half PnicE,
Subscriptions received at lhc office ot the " fCetr
Westminster Times," Nell* Westminster, British
Columbia. mJily
ol evt
CALEDONIA BRIDGE END
IRON    WORKS-     VIOTfedltlAt
OUGALL k SON, Iron and Biaus Fdunders, practical Engineers, Draughtsmen, kc    Machinery
cry description made to order.
Agent in British Columbia, Mr. W. Winnard, Uahgley,
March 21, 1800: SU
ELAM   k   HOWES,
4,   CLAY   STUKB+j   OSK   n"Ott  FIIOM   tni  NOktil-WEST
COIIXEU OF FliOfcT STUEET;
SAN FRANCISCO.
IMPORTERS and Wholesale Dealers In Wdbd and
Willow-ware, Fancy House-keeping Goods, TVlnea
Cordage, Shoe nnd Saddlery Thread, Nets, Balnea
Corks, Floats, Fish-hooks and Lines-, ana Pishing
Tackle of every variety. .    .
Agents for Barbonr's Irish Flax Shoo Thread, Uilling
Thread, kc
Agents for the American Net and Twine Manilfactur-
ing Co., Boston, Mo3S.
Agents for the Dolphin Manufacturing fjdiiipahy'a
Sail Twine, Cordage, kc ,       , .
The whole comprising the largest slock aim best assortment of the above line of goods on the Pftcihc Coast,
to which Ihey are constantly* receiving large additions
by arrivals from Atlantic cities. The particular attention of tho trade is solicited to examine our stock before
purchasing elsewhere, as wo are determined to sell nt
prices to defy competition. |20-4m
JD. CARROLL, Yates-street, between Wharf and
,   Government - streets,   Victoria,   Importer   und
Wholesale a     Retail dealer in Wines and Liquors.
ml7-3m
TRUETT, JONES, & ARRINGTON,
60, "Fkokt StitRKT,  San  Franoisoo, CaliforMa,
WHOLESALE DEALFjRS and Importers of Foreign
nnd Domestic Liquors, Wides, Cordials, Sjfttps, and
every article in his line.
IWuiera ?;Vto may favor us with orders, may cast assured that -wc irtll Crtdtnvor to give salisfacUou iu ihe
article) nnd dispatch in forwarding. nia-to
m!i^Em3JULD k CO.*
/-"WICE ON YATES STREET, YlOTORIA, pay &n
I I    highest price for  «rolcl''D.ust..     Issue Sight
cheques ou Messrs. Tallant & Wilde- 8m Fr-weisco, at
"par." W-W*
"1
'! ,'
fn
4k
I lift.
*-'
*• ,
i  if
&$$    4
ThFxew westminster"time
the new we.stmjn.step. times.
	
This jounal is pnMbhet every S«nr lay wrLiwg
at the oflk*. Colamil-iawtm-t. Kew Westminster, in
Une for the up Hot and Victor'* *Mtrr.<f*. Sngle
copy, price Is., or 25 cent;
or fLSO; half-yea.-'y. M
Xl io*., or fT.50.
Sabscripirmt mast
Ten
. liter, i->;-.
and  TeariT,
Wi *re glad to find that the iwe=: trip '-'■ M* Bi d
lency through Briia* Gol-imbu his «™ of ti* «**
satisfeetory character.     Almost '
J ir, gdnanff,
AGENTS rOBTHE XEW WESfiflNSTEB TIMES.
the country the gnberaatorii
migtak-tbl. '- licaCom of ben
o\". i   ~- ■■'.'
or silrer but in almost  everj
l(      .■*.'...-.'    - .   -'   "
££ri£u!t!ir_'. (   .*.*:"     "•■ ";
u ' howling »    I    -■'-- -   - ■
| the most ae»gni-    *    - - *■■*;
leot,-*.1"' : ii   - . Iii ity bythl
-..- Trhsttver r-srt
r:-rd the u
Tl" --       _▼**-*"    _      1_>      »V-tt     *2'»t
on IL.2-K.- _t_fcm-—W«  s« gi*a "•_*~SLr
_•■,-*..  Comer has been it itr.i-OJ w
3ir.*r.   Bis services »« «= *  «S  f' .-' rV."fe*.
er.m_.jr o. the arrival id i« Otw *■**•**■_. **? --
:«e:*w-en tier a_: the H»-
ar»n ctfi appeal* t   l-
LrcET _!_.__».-
i*rbt. jifflon;1  -  *
*.■-'*..
: j*aT s*
wVir!
-w't be: -
it?
T. .
:_ I
I from the rater fre-nt of Lytton Sqr*r.   Hudson's Bay Company, ir. reference Jo an article i
-   ;. previous  i?sue of your paper. entrS-d "Ihe \\^ ".'
ved and Mr. Manson seconded. *.h:.t    Hay Company selling Lienor to Indians." '•
._«-._..:« jjie reJnar)_| with wiii'h you have t*ea plejige(t
accompany the publication of niy letter, handed to
by Mr. Pallas, aie uueaJic-'l f<.r »■ they are unjust '«'
■ _-  rr.eiv. i  iafn-rimMi :i   that c*rt*in
. boat tv     e '   nvt-ytd lo  iltdiviilrial-
- -  . -    -. I  • '-..i-sti i r'.ce, it  Ls. the
•   il that   .--. b  lot* ought not toot
. ■*;-..■ the npor:   of
I by Br. ii
up lint was -—Thatthe Company wasaccusedofn',
l,«rcf. e,f selling lUjuor to Indians; n,Tit|f ^
,-tv. »n
The tai
the fi.l-c '
I .-.lone- <"
J*»fl!""*-
r the
falsity olibe chi
..a siat.-'i wen
-v are unjust. '■•.
used of
Tiell lw
:<■ in any shape.
.
thi Goveraor of Bi
ant? of this colony
Briuin. bat to the wi
bia. not to the icljalii-
lo the people of Grtsi
in race.    Xo country I;
Victobia— W. r". Hon, Vat'.i-itrett.
Yal«—Mr. Ebmn-UT.
PobtDocgla-—Mr. Th'=. Coonw-
Fort Hon—Mr. J. II. Merrit. I dhuuu, —• — — ,   .
in™.«o^ a« R.*v C««. m    , f m   | the world u so weU addled for the  reception of   --
Sa» Fa_j.ci»co-Mr. Tbo». Bovci:, corner Montgom-   jo       bnadant p^oUtion  of Europe.     Xot a  angle
»ry and Wa-hiagton-**-«*u- ,        x o( a COBBtrr"s natural gMaiaeaa U  wanting.
Cavooan-Mr.A.MacDonald. <*™>™ « * • d ^puUtion.
N_iAiao—Mr Mlnne*. „     .        R*5G'ir«? that, baa we  out capnai   »      i   t-
Loa^-Mes^n. W. L. KirkUnd and Co., (Eremug < ^^ ^^^ an elpon lrade almoi.t  „nee,ua.!ed ;   ye.
, No. 7, King William-street, Stoan !. ve ^ ^.^^ ,
Mail;
6CALE OF CHAEGES FOB APVBBTffiTKG.
CSV ISCH.   OB   r.fOEtt-
-One- inse
One moi
Three m
fiix inon
Two Incur.,, on less—One- inaertioB..
" - One  niontb	
" •' Three mooUu..
■ I II t«ir    rncntl,. ..
Fot'B Ischeh, ob less—One insertion..
'• " One month	
Three  month
? '*.=•
3 !5
4 00
10 00
17  50
2 00
G 00
17 50
■*o oe.
3 75
11 00
10 00
-til! we must remain a fm-<j incognita to the- re-.;t of tbe
world, through our want of a legisLatare. To something like this idea has Oove-rnor Douglas, we believe,
arrived at.—a result wt anticipated on bis Ex. ell. :.**■
' fir=t flarting on his tour.
We are well aware of the :,r-'.imcr.*_; that
been advan. ■;: I jr the  G ren ment again!
tion in liritish Oohir-. i i—th tbute'gbl
•some-aid v.. their :■"?-• ~* L;*
*.fcfT bstd Bide dnriDj: I     : "    --"*
More   Gooii News a x -•-•■ _*'■'•*■' ~7 ' ' '.
kindness of an oSicvr" t- • -'•-*• ^- •_-■  * — ''
the forlnuate men the***.-      :      " '
of our "Special Corresp-   ' ■•""• -    ~~t
last,  we have tbefoUowins record ol  :-   :" "
unequalled  even in Ca!i""*-rr.:!» or A :-*r ■ ■ ■ ——
.Smith,  and Matdonald i c^m, on KertWej
Carriboo:—
The company of 5ve i
sluices after f.umir..' the
result,   (3 dars  v.   *-.
4'.b. '.'-.lot:  "th. 15    '
•7:<|-_; Total,—7 tl r.
Miners  ii. '    - '   -'
i'itfi-.
■i. in
: the'.i.p-
;bt main correct. iiTl|
, Brtmi lion placed upon those facts uf whu j
_,plained. That rnde and uncducatcil au.111| j
if- laborern of il.t Iludiou s Bay Conr-inur.
of :'H other largi bodies, nec<**>arily are, shouldfalijuj, i
eicesi when tempUtioa wiw at band, ia none* {^.1
wad lends in nowiae to implicate the ehftteter ij
itandiug   of the Company whom you have descend
\._.
r
cramence.! w.
-, July 25th :
' j|.   -,.  -     |   .   .   | r?d and took hi. ...
y- Man.     * : - V: !:rt)','a seconded that thc ' liu
... v fe  T-i.-./tire-r f.nd  the other official* make
fe', fe,'..'.. - ..: .   . |   be Peace tl at tbej are worth
ihe anocn; of their Bonds ir Beal Esute free from any
eacombr_nce.   Carried.
M- V-n;, 1 m,,<,cl  an  -d'oumment  until  lue-l.t;.
Holbrook. and   gratuitously and uiiju.-liy lo assail.
I   tiust that jourscnte of justice will induce you to
swt. I favor me by Lbe publication of these few expUnt),,,
,a.u.   ...^  .... ..- ,   Mplamioi.
lines, leaving  the Public io judge diepaasionutely j,
the subject. I remain, Sir,
your o bedit-tt sen-ant.
Atn. C. A.Dnio),
idiotirnei
native gold i; fotand   n
A  number of men bavi
r $5 to tl
k in m t
.'.:. I
r-:■ IK( l.i IGICAL OBSERVATORT.
realoe:
io (a—
I fr.fY-ivW'
hat
Advertisements of larger dimension-, or for longer
periods as per agreement
. »
NOTICE TO ADVEBTISEBS
All AdveHiBements for insertion in the Areir TFe*f-
mauter Time* must bc paid in advance-. Those for longer periods than one* month are rt-'*'.ire-d to be paid lor
each month in advance.
,   ..   _  "rs.   Thi? Government view of the mal
[ ever much it may affe-ci the tekant  of It-; n
| Government, wc are convinced will ct  ■■ I
Lin"-_>lock in the war of repre*i ntati i
j way tbe people of this c. lonj ...* s to      i
j Legislature seems ;mrt no-.*.* to bc the puzzle •
: ernment.     Whetber a Legislative Council, *
been before spoken of. and which we can onlj
until  some-tiiing more  111 si I i   granted by
. Guvc-ranic-m. is the most jn 'icon:
x-m to be
hitherto
tresenta-
two or t!.r e months work.
I:  C. Miasms.—We nndcrstand that it is
:. •* B sh     !":.•*- to ■•'        i.   a   Boms
BritUh
Missi  ■  .:. S  a W.  Iminstei      Two 1 •- b
• ten gi nted bj the Govci    r for 1
,:    .
Mary--*.:.et were making some excavati
.:. .*   ii*.*'.-   -i*_„e-e *rf'"< the rivi r. a
skulls *.:. '. i.'i'jiii:-. •   *,*.-s were- displaced.    T
ecome a
louht     •    used   s - piece of sepulture
In what
" -i i;i a
CrsTOH Dtties.—Tbe receipts of the Cns
ith Gov-
Xew* Westminster f i ■■-' week, ending  0
bich has
■'- .    " "
'.'•.:-:—Duties .£•.•-          -."'■  r . it- i'.
money, JCo.0,0; loonagt        -. £113,18,1; I
. li -:.,-. £3,1 t,    —1 : .. £818 17,( .
ie D me
CrsTOM-i   - :-: Ftac.-We hope the pro-
:       (red
tie,   v- .' ..   '. no lime ir. repl    i ig the ;:•.-■
S.rTEMBEB, 1*'
::.-■■ r. ' '  '
.- r    inches
SlilPPIKG IXTKLLIOF.XCE.
K-.ii.
:;t'tb.
bv the
Oct
Uel.
Oct.
Oct.
in t.
Oct.
Oct.
10—
Oct.
cr il DI
I'  *.
Oct.
O. t.
ARRIVALS.
So
nne VI
i to I'
q—eanoe Jujiiter, Bt-ns. Victoria, provigjou,
i;—canoe Tesaa, Hay, Victoria, provisions.
6—. .■  Ohio, Cooper, Victoria, provisio.!,
g .;r Henrietta, Snaler, Douglas.
-_-,.... .   ['■„ le Sam, Gocbe, Victoria,ba||u|
•   i- Canadian, Qoort, Victoria, balbut
^ ., |,r I'i.j;.-. lliicrg. Victoria, ballast. ■
ir Henrietta, Inaley, Victoria, balbut.
-tr Otter, Mouatt. Victoria, general cargo.
i. ir Wi^on   G. Hunt, Welch, Victoria
rrchandise.
li -n t ,,,. Moody, Irving. Fort Hope.
DEPAKTlTtra.
-,_Mr inter. Mooalt, Victoria. pn=?crtgerg.
i,—ctr Henrietta, Inaley, Victoria, patst<ngtn.
l.i ii Utter, Mouatt,Victoria, pusscngcn.
II—sti Wilson II  Hunt, Welch, Victorin.
si V.r II G V.:;-. Oberg, .^I'.n Juau and Victoria.
MUNICIPAL COUNCIL.
T 0     C 0 X T R A C T 0 R S.
re-r
I e se-e-n.
s of thi |
although ii
■ Lorize'ii i:: Xortl
NEW WE.STMIX.STER, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 13.
.      however, their gtt
, purpose of giving the Co
I on  matter; of income.
: 'question naturally arises as to the- number of r
i and the method of their elfretioni     We think
-wing them  to voic.     i
;.     vili oe reijnire .   f
ncil the necessary:_uforo
upendiUire. kc.    The
. Lkaci
Lance
1
Corporal, R. E.   »
igned
P..M.P.
Jsotbinp: can be more satisfactory tLan thc
represen
news -which came Irom  the upper country   5.yajt
3Iorc than
• present nine- inc-robers *jou''1
be found to  bc sufficient.
QUESTION   OF RE-AXXEXATI0X.
Such is the heading of the  following a rticle  taken
last night by the Henrietta
twenty thousand dollars in dust was I rough t
down by private hands. _\ot a complaint is
heard now from any of the miners, and the
utino-i confidence prevails in the Cariboo
country. The prospecting party mentioned
in our correspondent's letter of last week that
had gone to Snow Shoe diggings had sne-
. .-jpectively New Westminster, 2 ;   Hopt*
_, _ )oapas, Ij Cayoosh. 1: Lytton, i: Ganal and
Alexander country Ij Rock Creek and Sliiniiikoint-en, 1.
Their qualiSeations should simply rest upon the fact of
being liritish sobjects. Were any snch rule- applie i as
ia Vancouver Is'iand in tbis particular we should have,
perhaps, little or no choice in our representatives, and
in aH probability the most incapable men would be returned. Thc same observation holds good with regard
to tbe qualifications of voters, i ■: um lbe more we look
into  the  subject, the more we are convinced that  but
T iasks •   Mr. S- T. fllley fcr copies of the-  Ilitut  •-
: ted London N'.:cs, and an assortment of  California   pa-
i per?: and io -\ir. W. F. Hcrre lorlDustrated London pe- j
iicals, Conduit Hagaziae. tnd English journals.
We are under obligations io Bullous Express, and to ■
: tbe express of Capt. Jeflray fe»r several favors.
Opposmos.—The ste-me-r Wilson G. Hunt will leave ! , ,,,-,,   .. , ,,   ., ,
v-      \i-   .   • e    _•- .    -   .i •         •       •-    - i    i    ' from thc  ll «{•/</ Oregoman  ui 1 ortlan-1.    A   more   tlc-
' New W estiiiinster for > ictona this morning at o o clock. ;       ■■-«*■ j ••'  j
land the Utter during the morning. The Hunt takes Hghtful specimen of American logic and 'manifest
pasi-vc-ren at 50cents each. This will be the last trip , destiny' could scarcely be imagined. That part cspa-
of this vessel until Spring. She will lie in Victoria ;,.,.,„,.'touciline. l!je expense of these colonies to tbe
during the tvinter. and Cant, \\elch,   woo  has  earned < „ „ , ., . .      ,,        ,   ,
for himself the goe-d will of the travelling public and Home Government exhibits a most profound knowledge
i the community in general, will leave inafc-i weeks i of their relative positions to the Mother Country, es-
, fjr California. j pecially when we  take  into consideration that Oregon
CDERS \i
i - aud tti
i the city
cification
i| be received nntil .Satunlny, the 2ett
lol' r. at 12, o'clock noon, foi ilu-pi's;
-.. .« all the Parks and Snai.
can be seen at tbe store of S. ..Till;,
E
'!■
Tenders to be endorsed. ' Tenders for Chopping,'oil
m'.'lri ^.■M•d to llie undersigned.    Hy order.
VALEXT1NK  IIAH,
Town Clerk.
Xew Westminster. Oct. fl, 18G0.
MUNICIPAL NOTICE.
T 0     G 0 X T It A C T 0 R S.
SEALED tenders will be received until 12 o'cl.it|
noon, on the- 20tb, fur ci
-Lirr-Kt Ways."—The .teamer Maria, o
slipped from her ways where she had 1
reijiirs,  and glided
Thtirsds
      li-icn under-
wiftlv  into   her   native '
ceeded beyond their expectations;   as much ; two methods present themselves—either manhood suff
as five dollars to the pan was in many places ' **& in ta *"ull*n *Itent* or a r«*>. ot w!'ollJ" non,i
obtained.    The country scerJiS to present very
similar indications to tbe principal gold-fields
There is no medium between these- two
native Council.    -^	
uses.    We confess we would much prefer to have 1
in Australia, and mining operations are of a   by Government than possi -    .  irci. alprivil. ges
much more permanent character tlian in any   that would, in sever;;! instances throw the capacity of
Other   portion   of British   Columbia.      Gold-   voting into the hands of some  half-dozen individuals'
bearing quartz exists to an almost unlimited I ***** oc-.v m'*rit Pern»Ps- " tht possession ofa little ■
extent, and the Bald mountain at the head of I'r°I'trt*v"    •Sucb  a miEfortnne Bboald u" carefu"-v i
^.    „ r..        i.     -        •     i ii guarded against.    There  is one topic, and a most  im- I
the snow shoe dicinncs is thoroughlv nerme-1 .
feto    " o   i y I portant one. ia to   „
ated  with   (jtiaru  veins.     Large  lumps  of donbUess, merited heretofore, bnt very little, if any at- I* few   _	
qnarU and gold  intermixed   almost equally j tention, and that is, the payment of members.    Yet,   and nP tlU the present time has evaded all pursuit.
have been  found   in some of the claims.    In I withont some proper system of remuneration, we cannot
fact the mountains about here seem to be the I perceive how a Legislature h to be formed.   No m.n
fountain-head ofthe gold in the upper country,   *'iU be wilIinfe'* eTen if h(: wc're ablc t0 lcavc **is Pkce
„! of work aud devote his lime and energy for tbe  benefit
ply patriotic  grounds.     In
! portant one. ia connexion with a Legislature which lias j times, lodging three balls iu his body.
MUNICIPAL COUNCIL.
is almc
us to a  	
i . "r"*."'       ",e"~~~   '.,   • .    . . .   , .,    I however, is of such an • enterprising,' ' fro-ahcadative,'
element  a-ram. to the no  small  astonishment of tbej * i        _.    c
workmen, and the  iuhabiunti  in  the vicinity.    Tbe j "nd   humorous character, that we-  present  it  to  our
water soon began to  pour  in. and  it required a pretty j reader- without further comment :—
strong force to keep the vessel afloat.   She is at present j     Th(. Slju:h is con,n.intiv engaged in filibustering and
lying beached near Holbrook s wharf. | olherwlse) t0 ttline- territory to  the Union, in order lo
A.sth-lian Mails.—Capt. Murray informs us that extend that Breckinridge democratic inslitntion—sln-
an Australian mail will be made np for tbe Sea Xyniph, very.—We are in favor nf rc-nnncxing the territory
which vessel will sUrt in the course of seven or eight north of us thnt was given up by Polk, Buchanan and
days. i and other slave propagandist democrats, for thc use ol
Shootixg Amur at Rock Cheek.— The lowdy free laborers. Wc never ought to have yielded to the
spoken of in a late issue who was so ready with his demands of England the country between thc Russian
revolver at Rock Creek, has since been shot. He at- possessions and latitude 49°. lt was justly ours. The
tempted to build on another man's lot, bnt was warned argument nnd authorities presented by John Quincy
av.t.v. Instead uf taking any heed, however, he per- i Adams, proved that fact beyond cavil or dispute-.—Hut
siste'd in building and threatening in turn, when the j England was a powerful nation: site bud llcc-is nnd armies aud money ; and alter our democratic administration, and its friends  everywhere .had declared for5-4-40
,. v.,.  ...^ .„..., ._.   ,'ousiructing a bridge ml
tbe ravine, nt Lot  8, Block 10, in accordance with ik\
ue_t  door neighbor, nnd  connected with j nnd s">ecitic:itions to be see-u .it the store of S. T. Till
side-ruble extent in trade.   The whole nffair j Esq...
Tenders to he Endorsed ' tinders fur building I rittjil
and addressed to tbe uiidersijrned.
By order of the Municipal Council.
VALENtTNB HALL,
Xew Westminster, Oct. 3, i8C0. Town t'lcik. |
K1
J .      II E II K 1 M E R ,
GROCER   AND   GENERAL   DEALER,
COLUMBIA STREET, XEW WESTXIKSTKH,
SETS constantly on hand a well selected stocM
Family Groceries und Provisions.        se2*!-ie I
and we are in daily expectation of hearing of
some ' strike' being made that will revive
once more the exciting times of the early days
ofthe gold mines in California and Australia-
Numbers intend stepping during the  winter
gcasOB, but many will winter ahout Cayoosh
or other places farther down the Fraser-   At
all events there is, comparatively speaking,
very few miners who have yet come down
thc river-     Dr- Forbes' exploration along the
Harrison-Lilloct route, has been one continued
success.   Almost every description ol mineral
has been discovered, and   gold   in paying
quantities has  been  found  in places never
dreamed of by the miner.     "What will be
most required in thc spring is some attention
paid to thc trails about Quesnelle and Cariboo
At prsent a greater price is charged on freight
from Mud lake or Alexander to tho Cariboo,
than from Cayoosh to Alexander.    Thc road
from Mud lake to Beaver lake—a distance of
about thirty miles—is a tolerably good route,
running as it does the greater portion over a
comparatively speaking, level country ;   but
tho trail from Beaver lake—crossing Quesnelle
by ferry—to tho Carihoo is extremely bad.
The country over which tho trai< passes is
both swampy and heavily timbered—even on
thc high  grounds tho road is very marshy.
A large population may be expected to visit
the upper country tlio coming spring, when
extraordinary yields may be reasonably anticipated—tho principal part of tho past season
was occupied in prospecting and getting ready
Jor work—thc ensuing season, however, will
find at its commencement the miners already
prepared   to   begin   operations with vigor.
There is everything, therefore, in favor of
tho miner after the expiration   of winter.
Cheaper provisions by fully forty per cent J
than he had at tbo commencement of tho
present year, better prepared for tho nature
of tho cliinato, and  with  an opportunity of
getting to work without any loss of time, ho
will be enabled to mako diggings that would
have done little moro than pay his oxpenscs
this year,yield him profitable returns.
of the country on simply patriotic grounds. In no
young colony is the population "sufficiently wealthy to
possess honest gratuitous Representatives, Wc might
obtain nine gentlemen in Xew Westminster who would
be willing to sacrifice their time without remuneration,
for the "honor of the tiling,*' but the most vital
principal of a British Columbian Legislature—an intimate knowledge of thc constituencies and their rt-t-uir-
inents—would be digtroyed. How many measures of
infinite benefiit to the Colony might be frequently
brought forward if there were only some connecting link
between tiie Government and tbe people-, and how many
blunders in legislation, costing the Colony, perhaps,
sums that would -ray over and ever again, the cxpcnccs
of a Legislative Council, would be avoided. Wc hope
that thc subject will receive '.hat attention at tbe hands
ofthe Executive that, through its vast importance to the
people of this colony, it undoubtedly deserves.
L 0 C A L    I X T E L LIGE X C E .
Tiik Dahbisox-lilloet Route.—Complnintslongand
loud arc daily reaching us from miners nnd others who
have had occasion to pass over tbe Hnrrison-Lilloct
route regarding the inconvenience which our "S,iecitl
Correspondent'' mentioned in our lust issue. We should
bc glad to ascertain that tbe grievance is removed, or
tbis route, while possessing so many nalural advantages
over the one by the river, will soon kill into disrepute.
In those days of speedy traveling business men ami miners will not brook unnecessary delays, and tbey will
take a more circuitous route rather than put up with
them. If the credit ami popularity of tint lotitc is to be
maintained the steamboat Companies must accommodate themselves to tbe travelling public and not tiico
versa. The proprietors ofthe Anderson lake bout com-
plbitt of the opposition nguinst them by the firm of
Wright, Scott, and Nelson, who by putting on a small
sail-boat and conveying their own freight nntl some
passengers over the lake are effectual y preventing tbctdn
from realizing any profits, and arc now running at u
considerable loss. Such a sti.t' of flings w 1! ultimately lead to a monopoly of the bike;, by the above-mentioned linn, us the entire trade of tbe route is barely
sufficient to pay a reasonable rule of interest en the
great amount of capital invested in those steamers. It
will be e'liit*- easy for the above mentioned firm to break
down all the steamboat companies in this manner, and
oblige tlicm to discontinue running or sell out at nn
enormous sacrifice. Wc hope this enterprising firm, together with iv discriminating traveling community will
remember the old adage of "live nnd let live," and patronize the steamboats so long us their fares for passengers and freight nre reasonable.
Roads.—The Ttoynl Enginees have finished their portion of thc Douglas rond, much to the satisfaction of ihe
packers. Il is slated that the work has cost less than
if let out by contract to Civil Engineers. They left on
Monday for ihe ' Riflles' to proceed with the erection of
the dnm, and will remain nt that place uiilil the frost
renders working impossible.
October C, 18C0.
Council met pursuant to adjournment.
The following members were present:—Messrs ilomer,
Armstrong, Holbrook, Manson, and Connack.
In the absence of the President, Mr. Manson was appointed chairman.
A memorial was presented from E. II. Holt, nud forty
others, inhabitants of Xew Westminster, praying that
the Council would obtain from tbe Government a suitable site for a public cemetery, to be governed on unti-
sectarian principles, and sites for a City Hull, Central
School, and Mechanics' Institute.    Read.
Moved by Mr. Armstrong, seconded by Mr. Holbrook,
and resolved, that the committee of Public Works, with
the assistance of other members of the Council, be
and are hereby instructed to mark out a grade on Columbia street,"from Government wharf to the first ravine
near the Treasury buildings, which shall be the standard grade for that part of Columbia street, nnd report
to lhc council at next meeting.
Mr. Holbrook moved, seconded by Mr. Armstrong,
and resolved, that the committee of Public Works advertize for tenders to take out nil stumps on Columbia
street, between Merchant Square and the first bridge,
in accordance with the grade fixed upon, and that the
same be advertized for in the next issue of the Xew
Wbbtmissteb Timkb, to be received in seven days
after.
Moved in amendment by Mr. Homer nnd seconded by
Mr. Cormnc that the receiving of tenders for clearing
the Stumps in Columbia street, be deferred until the
grade is established ; which was carried.
Moved by Mr. limner seconded by Mr. Cormnc that
the memorial of B. B. Holt and others bo received.
Carried.
Mr. Homer moved and Mr. Armstrong seconded, that
a committee of three bc appointed to select such sites
ns ure necessary for a cemetery nntl public building, ns
mentioned in the memorial now presented, said committee to consist of Messrs. Mnnsou. Armstrong, nnd
Cormnc. which vas carried.
It was moved bv Mr. Armstrong and seconded by Mr.
Oormac, that Mr." Homer's name bc added to the committee : carried.
.Mr. Homer moved seconded by Mr. Cormnc, llmt the
Clerk be instructed to advertize lor tenders for the- purpose ot chopping the trees and underbrush on all the
parks and squares within the city limits. Voung maple trees to be saved.
During the discussion of tho foregoing resolution,
Messrs. Armstrong nnd Holbrook left the room. Some
time alter Mr. Holbrook returned, when the resolution
was put to the vote and curried, Mr. Holbrook protesting against the resolution being nctcd on, for the
reason that it is illegal in consequence of only four
members being present when it wns passed.
Moved by Mr. Homer  seconded  by Mr. Cormnc that
the council adjourn until Tuesday at -1, p. m.
The Council then adjourned.
October, 9, 1SG0.
Council met pursuant to adjournment.
Members  present, Messrs. Homer,  Armstrong,   Holbrook, Manson, nnd Cormnc.
Mr. Armstrong In the chair.
The report of lbe Harbor Coinmittc having been rend,
Mr. Manson moved nnd Mr.  Holbrook seconded, Unit
the report of the Harbor Committee be received, which
wns carried.
Mr. Homer gave notico that at the next meeting he
would  introduce a resolution for thc purpocc of Con
or fight, tbey quietly bucked down to 40° .On the
South, there was a weak nation.—We could whip her
easily. We could take as much of her territory as we
liked. There was no backing down there by our slave
democracy. We whipped Mexico, and took just ns much
of her territory as we then wanted. The facts thus presented, are—England was strong and wc yielded ; Mcx-
iro wa? poor and we helped ourselves to as much of her
country ns wc liked.
Hut there are reasons now why we should have British Columbia, extending from the ocean to the Rocky
Mountains and tbe Islands on the const. The country
is not Important to England, but it is to us. We have
no legal claim to it; bat if by the weakness nnd bad
management of our democratic administration, in time-
past, the country was surrendered; it would seem to
us that reasons could be found In this fact for instituting negociations for its recovery.—That country, under
the control of England, is always likely to be a cause of
trouble between two nations whose interests nre best
subserved by peace. It can be of no great value to
England; its government expenses would be greater
than its revenues; and in our possession it would remove causes of irritation, which may end in war, costing n thousand times more than the whole country is
worth to England. The South nsks for Territory. Why
should not the north seek this rt'dditionnl territory.
The possession of Rritish Columbia Is a hundred fold
more important to us than that of Cuba.
 »' »'♦	
VICTORIA   CORRESPOXDKSCE.
The principle item of news 1 have lo communicate
this week is the case of Cary r. Xius in connexion with
the Victoria Gazette. Thft Attorney-General obtained a
writ of ne exeat against Xias for, as was alleged, nn nt-
tempt to leave the colony of Vancouver Island and saddle the complaiiient with the debts ofthe Victoria Gazette office. The case canie on for li oaring on Monday
last before Judge Cameron. Messrs. Crease and
McCrCight appeared for the plaintiff, und Mr. King For
the defendant. After some able arguments were put
forward on both sitles thc Judge postponed his decision
till Wednesday, when he gave judgment in favor of defendant with costs. The Gvzttlt is to bc sold on the
27th,  if not previously disposed of by private sale.
Some intelligence has been received ihat dispatch-*-?
have cither arrived, or will almost immediately arrive,
in the Colony directing the Governor to summon n Le-
-rKsIatvc Council In "British Columbia. This is most
important news, and, considering tiie iiiijiisi'tieiiiy'vli'.a
has taken place in grunting to llrilisli Columhin an institution promised by Sir Edward llnlwer Lytton two
years ago, there seems every probability thnt the report
is trii<?. It is to be sincerity hoped that it is, nnd if so
not nn bom's delay should take  place  in  giving  the
people their rights.
Caistic,
MAYER,  UK1NIIART,  4 CO.,
WHOLESALE   DBILEKS    AXU    tllronTKUS Ot
WIX ES, LIQUORS,  ALES, AXDCIUA«|
Liverpool Whnrt
SEW       WKSTMlNSTSn,
BEG TO INFORM Traders and Miners, nnd Ih*
lit* generally, that they now have ou bauila
stock ur
ASSORTED     M ERCUANDISE,
suitable for
BRITISH   COLUMBIA.
They will hereafter receive all their goods direct fi
San Francisco,
and be enabled to sell nt YicTonu Tmcss.
RECEIVED EX X.  S.  PERKIXS   and VAVElJ
from San Francisco direct,
200 bbls Golden Age Flour;
100   do Golden Cute    do
53   do Eureka do
60   do Eclipse do
25   do Self-rising       do
200 sticks Barley ;
'150 sucks Beans ;
200 mats China, Xo. 1, Rice;
200 mats China, Xo. I, Sugar.
Also for snle, Pork, Bacon, limns, Lard, Cai.dlM,
Cheese, Cpffec, Teas, X, U. nud S, 1. Sugai'i
Powdered mul Crushed Sugars, Bos.
Ion Svrups, Assoited Syrups,
limit's iiml Collins'
Axes,
Wrought nnd
Cm Kaijs, Powder, shot, and
Percussion Caps, Pitch and Tar, all uliel
of Rope' and Bouts' Ours.
A la it tin
A S S O R T M E X T   OF   C L 0 T II1 K 0
Hats,
m
CURRKSPON DBNCE
Under this head tee shall allow our readers full liberty lo
express their sentiments on all tpics.tions pertaining to the
public good or interest, whether wc coincide with those
opinions or not. We will, conscauenlig, not be responsible for anything contained- in our "correspondence."
Wc would, at the same time, however, remark Ihat all
communications must have noxA Finn signatures, and
written on one side of the paper onlg. Brevity alio should
be adhered lo.
TIIK HUDSON'S BAY COMPANY.
To the Editor of the New Wulmuuter T ivies.
Victorin, V. I., Oct. 9th 1880.
Sm—In  your last issue there is published  a letter
addressed by mc to the Board ol'Muungcineut of the
Cup
Shoes,
 Cigars,
Perfumery,
Dry,        Fancy,.      nn.
Boots,
Tobacco,
Stationery,
Duck,       -j,'*1*i;,.*Ld,.
Millinery      Go0!'
—also—
i im
A large variety of Ribbons. Bonnet, nm] r)"8SCl|t|jt
mings, Musical' Instruments, Table and 1 ockci     ■
Paints, Oils, nnd Dye-stuffs,
FRESH      GARDEN      SKLDS,
Iii21-lm
llll-.DIl ".Itivi..- ■ .-     ■  .
Cabi-E-S, D-iutiGK-rs, Matting, sc, »>-
MACDOXALD k CO.,
FFI0E OX YATES STREET. VICTORIA, I»|B
highest price  for   Gold  bust,
Issuo
che'q.ies'mi'Mcssr-'. T.iilunt & Wilde, San F^j'Sj
" par."
J.   B.   PAINTER,
(RlTCKSSOIl  TO  0'MBAnA   A  PAlK**?)
I'M
(si-rcKssoit to o'mbaba * i*""  .'Intel1!!
THANKFUL for the past favors shown uw      j
would  respectfully inform  Printers ^thi    0 j
creased* acuities,' and recent ta^WJS&OJL
Foundry, he is now prepared to sell 1 mi C>m
mental V'ype, Presses, Printing U»^g/jU »f
and   Printers' Stock  generally, 132,  uaj j
Sansoine, Sun Francisco.
.M ■BB
-^tassis_|Hpi<«jBHB|BBSErKs 7^r-n-
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MS-
THE   NEW   WESTMINSTER   TIMES
Government Notices and Proclamations.
Notice.
Colonial Secretary's Oflice, .list August, 1800.
r|il!I-: GOVERNMENT GAfcfiTTE for British Colum-
X bia. heretofore published in thc Colony of Vancouver Island, having been discontinued as a separate
pamphlet, notice is hereby given that from this date and
mtti! further notice all Government advertisements and
Proclamations, and other mailers useful nud necessary
fur general information and guidance, will be published
in the columns of the Nfiw WfcsTsitNSTKR Times news-
■ui'ier; nnd such publication shall iu all cases be
taken and deemed us publication in the Government
O'azette.
By command of bis Excellency.
WILLIAM A. G. YOUNG,
Acting Colonial Secretary.
PUBLIC NOTICE.
SEALED TENDERS will be received at the nfli-c of
thc Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works,
Royal Engineer Camp, up t" 12 o'clock on Monday the
15th of October next, for the formation of a Road from
n point about four miles above the It. E. Camp, Xew
Westminster, nearly opposite Tree Island, to Fort
Lungley.
The commencement, line of route, and termination,
to be laid out by the Chief Commissioner of Lands und
Winks, or his agent.
Tenders to be in duplicate:—One stating the amount
in sterling money per mile, if paid for in cash—the
other stating the amount in sterling money per mile if
paid for one-tenth in cash,and llie remainder in liritish
Columbian Bonds, redeemable iu from one to three
years, bearing interest nt the rate of six per cent,
per annum.
Tenders to be addressed to the Chief Commissioner
of Lands and Works, It. <'.. the envelope being endorsed ••Tender for Lnnglcy Road," "Cash," or
"Bonds," or "Cash and Bonds," as the case may be.
For specification and further particulars, apply at the
above oflice.
The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.
By order of His Excellency the Governor.
R. C. MOODY,
t'ul. 1'. B., nml Chief Commissioner
of Lands and Works. I!. 0.
Lands nnd Works Department,
Xew Westminster, 211111 September, 1800.
LEVI   k  BOAS
Columbia Street.
TTTHOLESAL* unit RETAIL Dealeis in all sorts oi
\\ DRY (iOODS, CLOTHING, BOOTS and SHOES,
kc Have always on band a large assortment of Provisions and Groceries direct from Snn Francisco, will
sell them at the lowest market prices.
All orders from the country will bc promptly attended to.
ni28, 3ra
PHILLIP      11 1 C K,
Government Bakery,
Has tbe best quality of Breads, Pies nnd Cukes*
KEEPS on hand a good assortment of Flour for
country Trade alsfel'ilot Bre.jd, Soda, Sugar, ami
Butter Crackers,
A good assortment of family Groceries, and everything necessary for Bakers' use in the upper country,
such as Fruit, Lard, 4c, 4c.
WEBSTER 4 CO.,
VATF.S    STKKKT,     VICTORIA,
WHOLESALE and   RETAIL   Dealers  in   Roots  and
Shoes, Leather, and Findings, of every description.
•   Also—Ladies' Shoes of all kinds. mhl "-'tin
L A X G L E V     H R O T II K R S ,
I M P O 11 T I X t!       11 11 U .1 (I I S T 8 ,
Yatcs-strcet, Victoria,
direct  from London, a choice se-
H
AVE rcccivet
lection ot
OFFICIAL NOTICE.
GOVERNMENT ASSAY OFFICE,
NKW    WKSTMIXSTKII,    RIIITIKII     COLUMBIA.
September 1st, I soo.
ASSAYS   OF COLD BULLION   are  made  cm  tho
following terms, and under the following conditions:—
1. A receipt will be given to the Depositor for the
exact gross weight of his deposit.
2. The resulting ingot will be delivered tn any party
returning the aforesaid receipt, whether the Depositor
or any one else, und the party returning the receipt will
be required to cancel it by his signature at the time of
receiving tbe ingot.
3. Each ingot will be stamped with its number, corresponding to its number in the official records, with
ils weight, in ounces nntl (lecimn)s of ounces, ami its
fineness iu thousandths : also wilh a Government Cipher,
at present a crown over the letters VR.
4. With each ingot will be given a certificate, signed
by n Government officer, of the weight of the deposit
before melting ; its weight after ; the fineness; the
charge for assaying; nnd such certificate will have
tallies of liritish Mint valuation and nf the latest Man
Francisco valuations, whereby parlies may calculate
for themselves the value of the bar for Englisll or
American markets.
fi. Ftir all bars not exceeding Till ounces iu weight, a
charge of seven shillings and six pence (Is. Oil.) sterling will be made, and fur every additional 10 ounces a
fraction of same, one shilling nnd six pence (ls. Oil.).
All clips are retained in the Government Assay ollice;
but on bars not exceeding 10 ounces in weight, allowance will be niuile oil'the assay charge, for the value of
the clip.
Abk.wr op Oiiks i>re made at the charge of One
Pound (XI.) fur each specimen experimented upon.
Fon a Comi'i.ktk Analysis or axy Mineral, Two
Pounds {£'2.) is the charge.
W. DRISCOL COSSETT.
PUBLIC NOTICE.
GOVF.nXMEXT ASSAY OFFICE.
Assays arc made with the utmost despatch.
Oflice  open from   lo, a. in., tc   4, p. m., except  on
steamer days, when deposits will bc received for assay
at 8, n. in.
W. DRISCOL COSSET.
Now Westminster, Aug. 1, 1800.
NOTICE TO MARINERS.
Colonial Secretary's office, 1
10th September, I860, j
THE BUOY on the North Sand Head at thc entrance
to Fraser River baying disappeared, notice is hereby
given that the same has been replaced by a new Simii
Buoy, painted iu vertical lines black and white, and
surmounted be a basket Beacon painted red.
Thc buoy is in the same position ns indicated in Captain Richard's notice, of 24th September, 1859, but is
now in 12 feet water at low water.
WILLIAM A. G. YOUNG,
Sw Acting Colonial Secretary.
TllKAKt'llV OF Biiitisii CoLUMOIA, I
Victoria, V. 1., June 1, 1850. J
(GOVERNMENT DRAFTS, at thirty days' sight, are
X occasionally issued on the Lords Commissioners
of Her Majesty's Treasury, London. For particulars
apply to YV. DRISCOLL COSSET,
augt"-tc Treasurer.
II E N R Y     H O L B R O O K,
C O M M I S S I O X     M E R 0 II A X T,
Liverpool Wharf, Columbia-street, New Westminster,
Britisli  Columbia.
BONDED STORAGE always ready for 500 tons  of
gonils, and   every accommodation   for  landing
merchandise on bis whnrf:   wharfage 25 cents per tun.
For Sale ex recent arrivals—
100 sacks Bran,
J00 bales California Oat liny.,
f>0 sacks Wheal,
loo, Biu-ks Barley,
J4J sail's Barber's Sugar-cured Hams,
■_.<) firkins Butter, ,
jo casks S. J. Molasses,
^0 f>nsss Preserved Chicken,
4* eases Roast Mutton,
10 cases San Francisco Pilot Bread,
f. cases Java Ground Coffee, kcq 4c.,
Hnd  a general assortment of goods suitable lor Ibis
market. se2'l-lm
IIUH-V'S      BRANDY,
IN   ONE    DOZEN   CASKS.
HENDERSON   4   BURNABY,
W ii a ii v - s t ii k _ t ,    Victoria.
st-2D-tc
a--3m
ERNEST     P I C H T ,
BREWER,
J* B W    WESTMINSTER.
DRUGS, CHEMICALS, SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS,
PATENT MEDICINES, and PERFUMERY.
ATKINSONS   INFANTS   PRESERVATIVE.
Cockle's . nti-Bilious Pills,
Kcnting's Cough Lozenges,
Murray's Fluid Magnesia,
Curling's Sparkling Citrate of Magnesia,
Superior Seidlctz Powders,
Essential Oil of Itipstono Pippin,
Essential Oil of Pine Apple,
Essential Oil of Strawberry,
Essential nil of Raspberry,
Essential Oil of Jargoncl Pears,
Essential O.l of Nectar,
Rowland's Macnssar Oil,
Rowland's Odouto,
Rowland's Kalydor,
Gosnell's Colognes,
Gosnell's Che.ry Tooth Paste,
Gosnell's Soaps,
Gosnell's Hair Brushes. sc22-tc
W. J. ARMSTRONG k BItO.,
Opposite   Liverpool   Wharf,
Columbia-street, New Wet -muster
HOLESALE.. RETAIL DEALERS in Groceriir
Provisions,   Hardware,  Crockeryware,  Pniiiti
Oils, Farming Implements, Mining Tools,
Ladies' and Gent's Bouts and Shoes,
4c, kc, 4c.
Agent JEFFRAY k CO.'S Frnscr River Express.
w
100 tons HAY far Stile.
m28, 3m
TRCETT, JONES, 4 ARRINOTON,
00, Fiioxt  Street.  San   Francisco, California,
WHOLESALE DEALERS nnd Importers of Foreign
and  Domestic Liquors, Wines,  Cordials,  Syrups, and
every article in his line.
Dealers who may favor us wilh orders, mny rest assured that wo will endeavor to give satisfaction in the
article, and dispatch iu forwarding. nlO-tc
SEED WHEAT.
THOMAS PATTKICK, 4 Co., have some choice lots
of Seed Wheat on  hand from   Australia, Mexico,  the
Meditterranean, and Van Dieman's Land.
Fanners are invited to inspect samples.
For Sale by
THOMAS PATTRICK 4 Co.,
Corner Government nnd Johnson streets, Victoria,
in-1-1 in
COALS!    COALS I   COALS III
IRECT FROM NANAIMO in any quantity to suit
purchasers.    For Sule by
,1. T. SCOTT,
nll-tc Pioneer Wharf.
D
11 E N D E II S O N    4    11 U R X A B Y
WHARF   STUKKT,  VICTORIA,
HAVE JL'ST RECEIVED, ex Armistice, from London :
Superior Pale Sherry, in bulk ;
Porl ll'inc, choice, in cases;
Henhessy's Brandy 1 .
McKen.ie's Small Still Whiskey / m cascs '
Vine Growers' Brandy, in bulk •
Tanquoray's Ginger Brandy, in cases;
4c, 4c, kc,
which tbey offer for sale on the most reasonable terms
June Kith, 1800. tc
MAYER,    RE I Nil ART,    4    CO-,
FORWARDING AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
NKW  WKSTMINSTKll,  R.  II.,
HAVING concluded arrangements for a regular line
of vessels, to run twice a month direct, from
Sau Friincisc to this place, would bc please i to receive
orders for British Columbia.
Letters addressed  to us in   care of Messrs. Mayer,
Rcinhart, k Co., Victoria, V.  1., John Dewar, and  O.
H.   Gohrloko,  Snn   Francisco,  Ca.,  will   meet with
prompt attention.
in 21 -1 m
VICTOUIA PRICES CURRENT AND SHIPPING LIST.
PUBLISHED every fortnight in time for the California
Mail Steamer. Tho prices Current contains the
correct and authentic rates and prices of all descriptions of articles in the Victoria market, ns well ns reliable reports of the state of trade, shipping, 4c. It is
as invaluable as an index and commercial authority to
every merchant and tradesman as it is a desirable
medium for advertising. Printed for A. F. Main nt
the ollice of the V". I. Qaxttte, Victoria,
PACIFIC FOUNDRY AND MACHINE SHOP,
FniHT-STiiKKT, San Francisco.
We continue to nianiifacturi, at the above well known
establishment,
Steam Engines,
Quartz
Flour,
Saw  Mill,
other machinery, of every description, and
nud
Iron
anil Brass Castings of all kinds.
From the long experience wc have hnd, and the superior tools aud machinery, and the very large collection
of pattern'' nt t'jv command, wc feel confident thnt our
facilities for tu.'liing out Hie best stylo of work, with
dispatch, and at the lowest rates, are not surpassed on
the Pacific coast.
liimia Iron Screens for Quartz Mills, made nt short
notice. Orders for all kinds of work will receive prompt
attention.        <JU])nuU)  HAXSCOM, k RANKIN,
■■vZO-Gni kate Goddard * Co.
COLONIAL    HOTEL,
COLCMR1A   STRKKT,  NKW WKSTMIXSTKII.
PROSPER 4 FRANK GRELLEY, would respectfully
inform thc public, that they have just opened
Ihcir Nkw Hotkl, und are ready to accommodate travellers or residents of New Westminster with the choicest
eatables tbe market affords. The- sleeping apartments
are fitted up in a style that neither Vancouver Island
nor liritish CMumbia can excel, and the wines and
liqueurs, while enumerating all that a first-rate hotel
should boast of, arc of the very best and finest descrip'
tion.
Private dining rooms enn be -'ways obtained, ami
dinners, 4c, gotten up on the shortest notice.
in3-3;n
—Liquors, &c
THOMAS PATTRICK, A Co., have for sale in store,
and lo arrive,
Martell Brandy,
Booth's Old Tom, in puncheons,
Booths Old Tom, in cases,
Burnett's Old Tom in ensc.",
McKenzic's Old Tom, in cases,
Tanquerny .. Co.'s Old Tom, in cases,
Scotch    Whiskey,    in    puncheons,
Scotch Whiskey, ill cases
Jamaica Rum, in puncheons,
Wines of every description'
—also—
The finest Burton nnd Scotch Ales,
BottlctI do do
Devonshire Cider, in cases.
March 21, 1800. 3m
CII O I C E   O L D  W I N E S A X I)   II R A X D I E S.
W .    II .    0 I. I V E R ,
IMPORTER AXn WHOLESALE DEALER IX
FINE OLD  WINES, BRANDIES, $ SPIRITS
Johnson street, opposite Wharf street,
Is in constant receipt, by every arrival, of new and
fresh goods belonging to the trade, in bulk and cascs.
Traders, dealers, and Proprietors of Bars, are invited
to call nntl examine my stock, where Ihey will find a
most complete and full assortment of everything comprised in the Liquor line, ainl nt the lowest prices.
R i: I' K II I » II    C A I. I F 0 ll X I A    W INK,
a very choice, light, nnd pure wine  for family use, in
cases and packages.    Its purity can be depended upc.ii,
and Is worthy the attention of all connoisseurs.
je2l)-lin
11.   WATERS,   TINSMITH,   kc,
NKW   WKSTMIXSTKII, II. C,
IXFORMS the Traders and  Miners of Frnscr  River
that  he   is  now  prepared lo  furnish all kinds  ot
camping  utensils,  in  Tin,   Iron,  and  Copper, lit for
Miners anil Family use.
Also, Gutters and Leaders.
Job Work promptly attended to n43m
DICKSON", CAMPBELL, 4 CO.,
COM M18 S I ON    MERC HA N T S,
Corner   of   Wharf   nntl   Johnson   streets,
VICTORIA, v. I.
II. N. Dickson 4 Co.,       - -       -       London.
DlCKSON, DkWolf, 4 Co.,        -       -        San Francisco.
m 2 l-3m
DR. ROSENBAUM'S STOMACH BITTERS I
For the cure  of Dyt-.epsiii, Indigestion, Constipation
Loss of Appetite < r 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, ns per directions on thc Bottles.
This great anti-dyspeptic is the result of profound and
elaborate study of one of the most celebrated physicians
ofthe present century, in the accomplishment of which
he bus spent both.time and money. We do not hesitate
to affirm thai where Dr. Itoseubnum's Stomach Bitters
are used, a case of Fever and Ague cannot occur, lt
has been analyzed by the most scientific chemists iu
the Medical Faculty, and is now prescribed by ninc-
tonths of the Physicians of the land. Try them—test
them—on your constitution, and go your way rejoicing.
Are you dyspeptic ?—take these Stomach Hitlers.
Are yon bilious?—try one of these bottles and bc relieved ut once.
Are you.annoyed by Indigestion or constipation?—
remove tbe cause by a free use ofthe Bitters.
Have you fever and ague ?—cure and prevent this
destroying disease by the free use of these Bitters.
The superiority of these Bitters has induced many to
put up a spurious article. To prevent deception in
future, each cork will be branded, "N.B. JACOBS & Co."
And the labels will bear our own signature, without
which, none nre genuine.
Caitt.on.— Consumers of Rosenbnum's Bitters nre
cautioned ngainst the ninny counterfeits now afloat ir
thc market, nml especially against a cheap nnd worthless article called Rosenschf's Bitters, put up in this
by Messrs. Turner Bro.'s, with the avowed intention ol
preying on thc well-earned reputation of Rosenbauin's
Bitters, ns n remedial agent ill all cases of Dyspepsia
and similar diseases. The genuine Rosenbauui has our
name branded on each cork, nnd our signature on each
label.
N. B. JACOBS 4 Co., Proprietors
ni21-(!m Sansoiun st., comer Commercial.
MESSRS.   AV.   S.   KIHKLAND 4 O.,
AUKNTS,
7, King William Street, Strand,
LONDON,    KXOLAND,
BEG to call the attention of readers of English newspapers in Vancouver Island, British Columbia,
and California to the advantage of s»,liscribing to the
" Evening Moil" newspaper, which is a reprint published three times a week, of all the lending articles,
essays, correspondents' letters, nnd 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,
yin the United Slates, for £1 Is per quarter, or Jf.4
per annum, paid in advance ; thus being " The Times"
at Half PlttOR.
Subscriptions received at the office af the "Xew
Westminster Times," Xew Westminster, Britisli
Columbia. m2-ly
CALEDONIA BRIDGE END
IRON     WORKS,     VICTORIA.
DOUGALL 4 SOX, Iron and Brass Founders, practical Engineers, Draughtsmen, 4c.    Machinery
of every description made lo order.
Agent in British Columbia, Mr. W. Winnard, Lnnglcy,
March 21, l-HO. 3m
E L A M   k   H 0 W E S,
4,  CLAV   STRKKT,   OXK   DOOR  FROM   TIIK   NORTH-WEST
CORN'UR OF FRONT STRKKT,
SAX FRANCISCO.
IMPORTERS and Wholesale Dealers in Wood and
Willow-ware, Fancy House-keeping Goods, Twines
Cordage, Shoe and Saddlery Thread, Nets, Saiiies
Corks, Floats, Fish-hooks and Lines, and Fishing
Tackle of every variety.
Agents for Burbour's Irish Flax Shoe Thread, Gilling
Thread, 4c.
Agents for the American Net and Twine Manufacturing Co., Boston, Mass.
Agents for the Dolphin Manufacturing Company's
Sail Twine, Cordage, 4c.
Tho whole comprising thc largest stock and best assortment of the above lino of goods on the Pacific Const,
to which they are constantly receiving large ndditions
by arrivals from Atlnutic rilics. The particular ntten*
tion of the trade is solicited to examine our stock before
purchasing elsewhere, as we are determined to sell at
prices to defy competition. j2<Mri
f| ,   Government-streets,   Victorin,   Importer    nnd
D. CARROLL, Yatcs-street, between Wharf and
Gov
Wholesale it
Retail dealer in Wines and Liquors.
wl7-3m
NEW     GOODS.
RECEIVED at Stationers' Hall, a large addition to
our stock of
BOOKS   AND    STATIONERY,
carefully selected from a well-4iHed mnrket, containing
many New and Populnr  Books  among them.
STATIONERY",
both low priced and superfine, of every description, in
lots, to wholesale or retail.
A    Beautiful   -dssortmt'irt   of
GOLD    FENS,    AND    FINK    POCKST    ri'TLKRV.
AlsO,—Many articles  nf Staple nitd Fancy Stationery,
nnd Standard  nnd Miscellaneous Books heretofore liJTt'o be ban in this market,
HIBBEN 4 CARSWP.LL,-
jul3-lm Yates-street, Victoria.
BANK OF BRITISH NORTH AMERICA.
■STAB-MOID IX 1836.
Incorporated  by Rov.il Charter in  1840.
CAPITAL, , ". -Ji-,000,000
VICTORIA BRANCH.
Spkcial Deposits received in sums of ^100 nnd upwards, rc-piiynhlc on dcinand. Charge for safe
keeping, ONK-QDARTSB of OKI 1'KR cknt. per month.
Gold) Dust received tor safe keeping, at the rate ol
fivk cfnts pkr oz. per month.
Drafts Iskukd on London 00 days nftcr Sight, nt
the rate of $4 88 per £1, stg.
3 days after sight, (in sums of £.10, nnd upwards)
$5, per £1 stg.
3 days after sight (in sums under £-0) $5 10, per
£l, sterling.
Draft
or at short sight, insucd on thc
principal Cities and Towns in Scotland and Ireland, nt
the rate of $6 1"> per £l stg.
Drafts on the principal Cities in the North American
Provinces, at 3 days, as follows :—
Canada, 4 percent, premium.
New Brunswick, 4      " "
Nova S.o'.ia 2ii    " "
Drafts oi: New York, at 3 days, 3 per ccnt.pren*' am.
"     "   Messrs. IJ. Davidson k May, Snn Franctscf
at sight—par.
Ollice hours 10 a. m., to3 r. m.—Saturday into 1 o'clock.
F. W. WOOD,
Manager.
Victoria, March 17, 1800. tc
VICTORIA   DRY   GOODS STORE.
K. GAMBITZ,
VATES   STRKKT,   VICTORIA,
at   his    FIRE-PROOF STORE, where he   is constantly  supplied  with  Nkw  Coons by every
steamer, ami has always ou hand a
splendid assortment of
CLOAKS   AND   MANTILLAS,
Silk, Velvet, and  Cloth.    Also a large variety of fine
Silks and Bonnets.
An excellent variety of Alexander's
KID   CLOVES, and a full assortment of Gentlemen's Furnishing  Goods, line Frock Coats;   Dress
Coats; Over Coats; Vests and Pantaloons
of'different colors;   Fashionable Silk
Huts.     Gilt Cornices, Curtain
Rings,   Window    ShndcH,
of all coli rs, French
Cassitneres, Broadcloth, Beaver, and Pilot.
Also—a  full  assortment of Tailors'  Trimmings.
FAMILY  FURNISHING GOODS.
Shawls,  Alpacas,   Merinos,   DeLnines,   Furs,  Gloves,
Riding   Hats,  Gauntlets,  Cloaks, Mantillas,   Velvets,
Embroideries, Ribbons. Laces, Carpets, Rugs, Druggets,
Oil-Cloths, Paper Hangings, Mattings, etc., etc.,
und all other goods pertaining to the
business, ut the lowest prices.
N. B.—All orders from British Columbia, Oregon, or
Washington Territory, by express or otherwise, will be
promptly amended to.
mlO-iy K. GAMBITZ.
JAMES PATRICK & CO.
ARK  RKnt'I.ARLV   IN  TIIK  RECEIPT  OF
BUTTER, CLEAR BACON SIDES, HAMS, AND PORK
CANDLES,—Hydraulic, Pressed and Adamantine.
LAUD—"J. II. 4 Co.'s" 10-!b cans, iu 120-lb. cases.
NAIL—Old Colony nnd Parker Mills, assorted slues
N. 0. SUGAR, half barrels.
DRIED APPLES, half barrels.
ALSO,
Have  for  sale, in store and  to arrive, tho following
well known brands of
VIRGINIA MANUFACTURED TOBACCO.
Three-fourths  of them nre direct from tho manufacturers, consequently can bc offered at*
comparatively low prices:
Half-Pounds.
T. 4 S. Ilardgrovc's Peach
Turpiti 4 Yurhrough's Apricot;
3. II. Greaner's Pride ol the Unior.
A. L. Royster's Fruit;
W. Greaner's Sun;
T. 4 S. Hardgrove' Golden Gate;
A. L. Royster's Invincible;
A. L. Royster's Mary's Own ;
Harvey Birch j
Knickerbocker;
Pomona and Queen of Hearts.
Bright Pounds.
Peerless—T. 4 S. Hardgrove;
Gold Leaf—John II. Grenncr;
Gnllcgo—Clopton ;
J. at. Langhorn k Co.'s Extra;
Brewer's Gold Leaf;
Murrell 4 Burke's Sun-Cured ;
Rockadny—Golden Scnl;
Girtildn, Wine Sap, etc.
Bright Half-Pounds.
Gold Leaf—J. 11. Grenncr;
Pippin—John W. Young;
Wine Snp—George W  Gillian(
Fancy Tobaccos
Invincible Twist;
Planter's Pride Twist, in foil;
Wine Snp Twist;
Atlantic Cable Tw'st, in foil;
Perfect Love, smalt plugs;
Game Cock Twist, in foil.
Smoking rob ucc.
Ilardgrovc's Peerless, Killik.niik  and Ri
Leaf.
Fine Cut.
John Anderson k Co.'s Solace.
SnuJ,
Lorillfird's Coarse Rappee and Macnboy.
For snle by singlo case or package.
FINE HAVANA SEGARS.
By each Steamer we are in receipt of tho Choicest
Brands of Havana Segnrs, selected  by our house in
Havana (Patrick y Ca.) especially for this market.
The above goods are offered to tho trade by thc sin-
glo caso or package, by   JAMF.S PATRICE, 4 CO.,
mlO-ly San Francisco.
SOUTHGATE 4  MITCHELL,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Albert Wharf, Victoria,
Vancouver Island, and Battery-street, San Fran
cisco, Calioruin.
17m3m
FURNITURE,
BY LATE ARRIVALS, the undersigned have re'
ceived additions to their hitherto well-assorted
stock of Furniture—and now offer
Painted sets, ten pieces ;
Extension Tables, 8 and 10 feet long;
Centre Tables, serpentine and round ops, assorted
sizes;
Card Tabic, harp and square pillars
Common. Tables. 2}. 3, a ml..'..'. long:'
Bedstead-*, Mahogany, French; C-K-sgc, donMe tsd! •
single ; "" -	
Lounges, spring scats, in damask and leather covers;
Sofas, spring seals, hair cloth, with round and pillow
ends ;
Desks, with fall nnd door fronts ;
Chcffoniers, walnut and mahogany cnrVdd fronts, »
shelves, fret work ;
Bureaus, one-hnlf marble top, scroll and painted plnef
4 and 0 drawers;
What-nots, walnut nnd mahogany, li and 6 shelves ;
Mirrors, in gilt and mahogany frames, assorted sites,
for pallors, chambers, and saloons;
Children's Cribs nnd Cradles, also High and Love
Chairs, assorted sir.es ;
Chairs, Mahogany, Hair-cloth, spring seats, cane and
wood sent, oflice, oak, dining, Grecian cane, heavy barroom, and common wood seat;
Rockert, spring scats, mating: ny mid cane scats snd
backs, sewing nnd arm ;
Sinks, Withstands, Chair Cushions, Coverlets, Towel-
B*__\n. Willow Cribs, kc
—ALSO—
BE D I) IN G,
Fiilu, Curled Hair, Moss, Wool, and StraT. Mattresses",
be6t Feather Pillows, all sizes ;   in the manufacture of
which we use none but  the best materials, and guarantee our work,
PIERCE k SEYMOUR.
Broad-street, between Vatcs and View streets.
Victorin, V. I., April 11, 1800. 3m
GROVER    4    BAKER'S
New style noiseless
FAMILY    SEWING    MACHINES,
From ST5 upwards.
THEY wcre awarded Two Premiums nt the State
Fair I One for mnchinc sewing, and the only Premium
for Fancy Quilting nntl Embroidery.
These machines sew from two spools, as purchased
from the store, requiring no re-winding of thread, and
finishing each seam by their own operation, without
recourse to the hund ueedlo, ns is required by other
machines. On account of their simplicity, durability,
case of management, and adaptation to all varieties of
family sewing, they execute either heavy or fine worst
with equal facility, nnd without special adjustment.
The new machines introduced by the Grovcr 4 Baker
Sowing-Machine Company, arc of elegant finish, and
their operation is rapid and very quiet. Thc case with
which they can bc managed is n distinguishing fentnre,
and thc stitch is thu strongest, handsomest, and most
clastic of any made.
Send for a clrculnr.    All machines tvnrfhnted
Silk, cotton, needles, etc., always on hand.-
R. J. BROWN, Agent,
m21-tc 18, Montgomery street, San Francisco.
THE BLESSING OF HEALTH
nV
11 O L L O W A Y ' S     PIUS,
Why arc Diseases so Fatal in Tropical Climates t
Merely because we prescribe for their effect, Instead
of their cause, and try to relieve symptoms Instead of
striking nt their root. The action of theBe Pills ls precisely the reverse. They expel from tho secretive organs and the circulation tbe morbid matter which produces Inffainmntion, pain, fever, debility, and physical
decay ; und the basis of disease being removed, its
manifestations vanish. While ordinary remedies only
afford a temporary respite to the sufferer, whereas these
Pills annihilate the disorder.
Ill Health in Hot Countries,
Frequently arises from  nervous disorders affecting
the uction uf tho heart and deranging the Whole animal economy ; theso fine Pills will rcstoro the nervous
systom however deranged, and bring buck health und
spirits when nil other medicine has failed.
Bilious and Liver Complaints.
Frequently lead to the worst phases of human suffering, yet. how many in the East and West Indies, and
most of our Foreign Possessions, ure thus afflicted, unknowing the means of euro placed within their grasp;
such should take a few boxes of these Pills according
to the directions given in thc books, and their ailments
will quickly leave them.
Dropsical Swellings and Turn of Life.
This is a most disastrous period in woman's history,
it destroys thousands, the whole of tho grosB humors
collect together, nnd like a tide sweep away health and
life itself, if not timely nnd powerfully checked, The
most certain remedy for all these dangerous symptoms
is Ilollowuy's Pills. Armed with this groat antidote,
tho fiery ordeal is passed through, nnd the sufferer is
once moro restored to the possession of nnimpnired
health. These Pills are equally efficacious in all le-
mal- complaint-!, nnd obstructions at the dawn of
womanhood.
Stomach and Liver Complaints,
These nre complaints of the million, particularly of
those lu warm latitudes ; few escape them; and, if
neglected, they lead to innumerable dangerous maladies.
But why neglect them when Ilollowuy's Pills will eradicate them as certainly as water extinguishes fire?
They relievo the bowels, purify the fluids, and Invigorate tho system nnd the constitution at the same time.
They nre admitted by virtuo of special decrees into the
dominions of despotism, and thus ImVo become a great
household remedy.
Dysentery and Boxed Complaints,
Thoso famous Pills Bhonld bo taken once or twice a
weok by nil classes in this part of the world, by which
means, none  need fear the attacks  of  these direful
scourges.
A Word to Females,
Tho local debility and irregularities Which aro the
special annoyance of the weaker sex, and which, when
neglected, always shortens lift), nro relieved for the
time being and prevented for thc timo to come, by a
course of this mild but thorough alterative.
Ilolloway's Pills are the best remedy known in the world
for the following diseases :-~-
JONAS    G.   CLARK    &   CO.,
IMPORTERS . AM!)   J!.-Sl'PA0TCR!B88  Ot?
FURNITURE     AND     BEDDING,
of eVeiy <_v>v.vviv>.'e.>t)
128, Washington   Strecot, Snn   Francisco.
49 and 5)., FoUrlh street, between 3. and K streets,
Sacramento.
Hunter street,between Main nnd Levee, Stockton.
And First, street; Sun Jose.        ,je20~3m
B-JHctts '-3<Tiplf),int3
Blotches  on  the
skin
Bowel Complaints
Colics
'•'•
Female  Irieg-
lilili'itii'rt
Fevers of all
kinds
Constipation ot thei Fits
Stone nnd Grave.-
_.h'er C-Tiiplaluts *
Lumbago
Piles
Retention of Urine
Scrofula, or King's
Evil
Sore Throats
Secondary Sympt
Tic Douloureux
Ulcers
Weakness, from
whatever cause,
&c, kc
Sold at the establishment of Professijr IIolloway,
844, Strand, (near Temple Bar) London. .'.la- by all
respectable Druggists and Dealers in medicines throughout the civilized world.
8®" Thero is a considerable saring by taking tho
larger sizes.
N. B.—Directions for the guid-iiieo of ^itUents in
every disorder Rre «fHx«dto.oaeii box.
CURTIS it MOORE'-Agents, Yates-sl,., Victoria.
Bowels
Consumption
Debility
Dropsy
Dysentery
Venereal Affections
Gout
Head-ache
Indigestion
Inflammation
Tumours
Worms of all
kinds
(.4.    VI G NOLO,
IMPORTER   and Dealer in   Havana Cigars,  and
ji    Cigar'.tos, Johnsoivstrcet, opjpasitei Whwrf^treoi,
Victoria. mlft&M
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THE   N E W   W E ST MI H ST E R   TIMES
TIIK EDIN'BURGH REYIEW.
There's an ancient periodical, in blue and yellow bound,
That appears on old Whig tables as quarter-day come3
round,
And many a good  old-fashioned Whig would make a
sad adu,
Werea quarter-day to pass without his Edinburgh Review.'
But nut in oid Whig uniform of blue- and yellow pied
Was clad that Edinburgh Review which now waki -
Punch's iiri'ie :
And not in issue quarterly, four numbers by the year.
Came out the  Edinburgh Review which Punch would
Welcome here. uul" '"
But in sober greys and russets, and in plaids of sombre
sheen.
The latest Edinburgh Review was welcomed by our
Queen :
And more  than  twenty thousand were the numbers it
poured forth,
Where, Lion-like, grim Arthur's Seat looks down upon
thc Forth.
From the storni-swcpt bead of Dunnet, toSolway's level
sands—
From thc sea-firths of Argylcshire to where Arbroath
castle stands—
From Lowland hcugh, nnd Highland strath, from mountain, moor, and fell,
Trooped forth those sturdy thousands—the loyal throng '
to swell.
The clansman with his clavmore, his kilt  and  belted ;
plaid.
The Lowlander in hodden grey, or  darkling green ar- |
rayed ;
The crofter from the Loch-side, the gilly from the hill, |
The farmer from the furrow, aud the weaver from the
mill.
Came gentle and came simple, came wealthy and came !
poor,
All moved by one intent, all bound by one tie. strong
and sure ;
By leal love ot  the Lady in whose soft sway wc  stand.
And love more leal, if such may be. for this their native
land.
There have been times when North and South stood
foot to foot for fray,
But no blood-feud has summoned the gathering of today ;
The sons of merry England with Scotland s sons are
here,
Shoulder to shoulder marching—true step end tuneful
cheer.
St.  Andrew's  cross  from  Arthur's  Seat salutes with
stately show
St. George's banner waving on Holyrood below ;
Two hundred thousand faces on the hill-sides hide the i
green,
Two hundred thousand voices ring out, • God save the
Queen'.'
And before thc Royal Standard and the Roval presence.
lo !
Where twenty thousand Volunteers in martial order go;
With rifles trailed, and swinging stride, and port erect
and free—
If such are Britain's citizens, what should her soldiers
bc''.
An hour has gone, and still pours ou that armed and
ordered tide,
And  well  the  Queenly face  may flush  and pale with
sudden pride,
For such  a body-guard  as tbis had  never Queen I
trow—
From the days that Malcolm wore his tore of twisted
gold, till now !
And never sent a country such a band of stalwart sons
To guard their hearths and household gods, their wives
and little ones—
id Church
Miramon
efficiency of the Rifle Volunteers. She concludes by
expressing the heartfelt pleasure and satisfaction she
has experienced at tbe warm and enthusiastic reception
which tbe Prince of Wales has met with in her North
American provinces.
Tbe Great Eastern averaged nearly fourteen knots
an hour on her passage home.
I MEXICO.
The Bulletin has the following items of Mexican
| news:—
I    There was an action between the Liberal
! parties, some three  weeks since, at  Kilso
was attacked at iv.o points by a force double his own.
! and comiilt-te-lv r.-tco." Ortega, the acting commander
i ofthe- Liberal lorce-s, immediately marched tor the city
I of Mexico. He is now near the capital %.ii!i about
I twenty thousand troops, and Miramon is inside with
■ only seven thousand.
Miramon and Degollado are in correspondence on the
subject of an armistice er some proposition  whereby
hostilities may be suspended.    Ortega, who l
ing commander of the forces, is opposed to it.
The priests in the city of Mexico have offered all the
plate of the Cathedral, valued at $80,000, for thc protection of the city.
It is said that a Spanish fleet had arrived at Vera
Cruz. The commanding officer insists that thc contending parties shall come to terms, and threatened to
interfere if they do not.
Some five hundred Libe.als are at Manzanillo, waiting to embark for Mazatlan.
Un Sept. 6th a plot was discovered for murdering the
commanding ollicer, Colonel Justado and all the foreigners in the place. Fortunately, it was discovered in
lime to prevent it. Two ringleaders, both Captains,
wcre shot early in the morning.
The vessels to take these troop: to Mazatlan arc daily
expected.
BANK UF BRITISH NORTH AMERICA.
in   1?40.
...$:..oo0.ooo
-.1-I
ESTABLISHED  IX   1S30.
Incorporated by Royal Charter
CAPITAL, -	
VICTORIA BRANCH.
-• t\ -. ... '..,! in =nni= of SlOO and up-
SrEciAL DrrosiTS recc:" eo. in sums . t *- -   - i
, ,,       ,,   ,•■  ,'.       r     ■       : t   sate
wards,   re-payable   on   u ■ •■■
keeping, ose-qcakteb • •  ■ ■■       - cest. per n
Gold Dcst received! r safe J* eping, at
FIVE  CENTS i'fcil uz. per u    nta. „ .
Drafts Issced os! London CO days alter  - -
ihe rate of "?4 95 per £1, stg. —
': d->vs afie- -;"i't. >i'i sums of—jO, anu n]
•?:.. per*£l stg.
3 days after sight (m snms under isOJ ,-•
£l, sterling.
Drafts on demand or at short sign!, issue,
principal Cities and Towns in Scotland and Ire!
the rato of §5 15 per £1 stg.
Drafts on the principal Cities in the North American
Provinces, at -i days, as follows :—
Canada ■* !,tr cent, premium.
New Brunswick, 4
Nova Scotia '-}    '*
Drafts or. New York, at 3 days. 3 per cent.pren;  im.
-   Messrs. B. Davidson .v. May. San Franciscf
ight—par.
vardsj
ii.  per
on the
ind. nt
PJJ
Office hour; lo a. si., to _ r. si.—Sati
Victe
March IT. 18C0.
N E W
Rojiaxce ix a State Prison.—The Auburn Adri titer tells a curious story regarding a convict who is now
• confined iu thc State Prison for having been  guilty of
, bigamy.    IK- had married, successively, Indies lnNiles. •
M-cbagan; Jefferson City, Missouri; and in Schuyler
i County in this State.    This ended his matrimonial ad- i
I ventures, ns his history became known, and he was sen- !
; tenccd to State Prison for a term of years.    TheSchuy- j
i ler  County victim determined to "heap coals  of lire";
on the head of her betrayer,  and accordingly arranged '
[ the  meeting which took place on Thursday  last,    'ihe :
! three  ladies  entered tbe oflice of the Prison,  separate *
] and unattended, and requested, an interview with  the j
; convict, Charles   Ilaynes.    Charles  was sent  for.  and
to  his  great  surprise was confronted  by  bis    three
wives—each of them bringing a token  of endearment,
i ine  brought him choice apples: another took from  a
basket some nice peaches, while tbe third forced  upou !
him  some sponge and fruit cake—the product of Niles ;
wheat, mixed by her own fair hands.    After a prolonged ',
interview, Charles was again sent to work, and the trio j
of widows took up their mournful march for their sevt- j
ral homes.
The Prince at Sherbrooke.—While the Prince was
at Sherbrooke. a \err affecting incident occurred. John
Felton. commonly called "Old 'Squire Felton"  in  his.
RECEIVED nt Stati
our ,tock  of
.ER!
rdnv l" to i o'clock.
F. W. WinH..
Manager.
tc
i (i D S .
Hall, a large addition to
Also.—Many nrticles
and Standard  na
toforc not to
juK
lm
ir' St iple and Fancy Stationery,
I Miscellaneous Books lure-
lie had in ibis market.
HIBBEN  k CARSWELL,
Yates-strcot, Victoria.
A N    A S T 0 N I S II 1 N G    It E M E D V !
DOLL 0 AV A Y ' S     01 N T M E N T
own district, was signal Midshipman on Nelson's flagship, the Victory, at thc buttle of Trafalgar. He was ! tlie blood, und medical art can accomplish nothin
also at the Battle of Copenhagen, nnd wears medals foi
bravery in both these actions. At the blockade of
Guadalotipe, West Indies, in 1800. he was thc Officer of
the Wateh on board the Ceriux. sloop-of-war, when she
struck on a rock and was wrecked. On the Court-martial, which was of course subsequently held, there wcre
; some enemies of young Felton. aud,  perhaps owing to
i their personal hostility—perkaj s to the fact that Courts-
I martial were not held in those day; with so much   care
! for tbe ends of justice as now—he owed it that, although
| the wreck was  caused by circumstances  beyond  bis
l control,  he laboring under the misfortune of defective
| vision,  he  was dismissed the  service.    His  prospects
i were  at  once destroyed,  and he finally  emigrate.1 to
I Canada East, where,  for four-and-thirty years, he  bus
And never had defenders such an awful trust to hold, I lived respected. His Royal Highness having been made
As that whicli lies on us and them—these peaceful sol-j aware  of the hardship of Mr. Feltons's  cast—not  hy
dicrs bold. him.   for he suffered  uncomplainigly,   but probably
The South had spoken out before—and now outspeaks   through Mr. Gait,—chose this day as the occasion  for
the North i excercistng the prerogative delegated l>y Her Majesty to
Iu tills many-thousand muster upon the shore of Forth: ! hin-> a**'i wh*-'n lh<: old man presented himself at tbe
Mav it be Ion? ere Scotland forgets the bold and true, j reception, not only received him with the greatest cor-
That came out this Seventh of August in her Edinburgh I d*aht.vt   speaking to him kindly v ords,   but  intimated
Review :
-Punch.
LATE ENGLISH AND FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.
News from Liverpool has been received till the 28th
August.
The invasion of Calabria by Garibaldi is fully confirmed. Tbe town of P.eggio had been attacked and
taken by Garibaldi. Four thousand Cambrian insurgents had joined the Garibaldians. A general battle-
with tbe Neapolitans was imminent.
Thc Emperor and Empress of France bad gone lo
Savoy and Nice.
lt wa3 said that a French corp3 d'armce of 10,000
men, with camping materials nnd artillery, wus ordered
to bc ready to move at short notice.
Lord Palmcrston had stated in tbe Houhc of Commons
that Britisli subjects had been wrongfully imprisoned at
Paraguay, and pending the payment of compensations,
thc relations between the two countries should continue
uninterrupted. Lord Pulmerston also referred in despairing terms to the report that Austria had threatened to support Naples. Sheappeared to now interfere
while her own frontiers were threatened.
Le Nord reiterates the account of the arrangements
at Toplitz, notwithstanding tbe official denial. The
statement obtained credence at Paris when the simultaneous presence ofthe French Ambassadors to Vienna
and Berlin led to rumors of something important relative
to the relations of France and Ccrmuny. Tbe Continental journals continue to discuss the statement.
A Berlin despatch says that a realization of the alliance between Austria and Prussia entirely depends on
thc political reforms offered in Austria.
The French Emperor has made a speech at Lyons in
response to the authorities. He condemned the unjust
distrust excited, and declared that nothing could make
him deviate from the path of moderation and justice.
His solo desire was the general interest of France. He-
urged them to give themselves up with confidence to
"works of peace. He was determined, with God's assistance, that France should not degenerate during his
dynasty.
The pacific nature o( this speech caused an advance
I that from that moment he was restored to the  position
i be had lost.    This caused a great ebullition  of feeling
on the pan of his brother sailor, Capt. Moore,  and itn-
i mense cheering on the pari of the crowd.    The act was
! in itself graceful,—it was gracefully performed,  and it
was  thoroughly appreciated.    Every  one  looked  delighted.
COALS!    COALS!   COALS!!!
CT FROM NANAIMO in any quantity to suit
purchaser..    For Sale by
J. T. SCOTT,
all-te Pioneer Wharf.
-ryREC
REND E II S O N    k   B U R N A B Y
H
in cases
WHARF    STREET,   VICTORIA,
AVE J 1ST RECEIVED, ex Armistice, from London :
Superior Pule Sherry, in bulk ;
Port H'ine, choice, in cases ;
Hennessy's Brandy
McKcnzie's Small Still llbiskey J
Vine Growers'Brandy, iu bulk;
Tanqueray's Ginger Brandy, in cases;
&c, kc, kc,
which tbey oiler for sale ou the most reasonable terms
June 13th, 1_G"0. tc
MAYER,    RE I Nil ART,     &    CO*,
FORWARDING AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
NEW  WESTMINSTER, B.  C,
WING concluded arrangements for a regular line
ol 'essels,  lo run  twice n month direct, from
San Frnncisc to this place, would be please 1 tu receive
orders for British Columbia.
Letters  addressed   to us in  care  of Messrs. Mayer,
Reinburt, k Co., Victoria, V.  L, John Dcwur, and 0.
II.   Gehricke,  San   Francisco,  Ca.,  will   meet with
prompt attention.
in2l-lm
VICTORIA PRICES CURRENT AND SHIPPING LIST.
H
It Eiptts Disease .'
His said that all productions of human skill have
their day. and are superseded by new inventions or dis-
covtries. Not so with tbis remedy. " it is not forn
day. but for all time, and in all countries." And Why?
Because it strikes nt the generic root of all diseases in
bc-
i yond that. The OinUnent, penetrating through flesh
j and fibre, like water through a porous substance,
! reaches tbe germ or disease, sui h as scrofula, erysipelas,
' cancer, tumor, and all eruptive and ulcerous discharges
I in the circulation, and eradicates the taint at once and
I forever in this climate.
Bad Legs.
This Ointment will cure any case of Had Leg even if
I of twenty years standing, or however hard or discolored
• the flesh may be, or if swollen tbe size of a person's
j body, provided the Ointment is well rubbed iuto the
: whole of thc parts affected twice a day in large quantities, and the parts kept covered With linen rag- thickly
I spread «ith thc Ointment; from this mode of treatment,
I a plentiful discharge of unhealthy humor will follow.
\ until thc wounds are all healed ou thc leg, or other
I parts assume their natural appearance.
Old Wounds. Sort.*, und i'iccrs.
The most inveterate cascs of bad legs, scrofulous, or
I other sores, are cured, if of 20 years standing, by the
! joint use of the Ointment and Pills. The effect of this
unrivalled remedy upon virulent ulcers and sores, is nl-
i most miraculous. It first discharges the poison which
; produces suppuration and priuiel flesh, and thus the
' cures which its healing properties afterwards complete,
' are safe us well as permanent. It lias a wonderful effect
! in thc cure of sores occasioned by mosquetos, sand-
' flics, or giggers.
Piles.
This Ointment will cure the worst cascs of Piles if
used according to the printed directions even if of 2o
years standing.
Eruptions on the. Skin,
Blotches, pimples, dry eruptions, and all irritation?
of the skin, fade and disappear after a few applications
of Ilollowuy's Ointment. In these cascs brisk friction
is indispensable. Many of the ordinary eruptions nre
caused by suppressed perspiration, and :is this penetrating unguent at once opens the pores, and invigorates
the absorbents, it dissipates thc inflammation by a
double process. Ladies whoso faces or arms arc disfigured by cutaneous diseases, may readily remove the
blemish and restore to the skin its natural tint, flexibility, and softness, by tho use of this sale but powerful counter-irritant.
King's Evil, Fever Sores,
In cases of King's Evil where medicinal waters,
lotions, and every recipe of pharmacopoeia have proved
useless, the Ointment will accomplish a thorough cure.
Fever sores lieu! quickly under its influence, und its
relaxing effect upon contracted sinews is truly wonderful.
Rheumatism, Scrofula, Erysipelas.
These nre among thc mosl terrible and agonizing diseases, yet in their worst forms, and when seemingly
incurable, they invariably disappear under a persevering
application of this soothing, healing aulidoto to pain
and inflammation.
Both the Ointment und Pills should be used in thcfollowin
cases :—
Bud Legs.
Bad Breasts.
Burns.
Bunions.
[Contracted   and
Stiff Joints.
Elephantiasis.
; Fistulas.
Bteof Mosquetocs'tliiut.
and Sand-Flics. I Glandular Swel-
thc'iieur?". ■■■— -'"1.fe'     .-' i ■j)1' HL-1SH ED every for.tni-ght.in time for the- California-
The Constituiionncl  publishes OT article  sinttng'-ttiliT [J-    "Mta ^ ^*:'i.!n.<il';.':.. :T '_c fe1'ricei: ;4^.'!' -'•} 'S ^,1.4H!"H  t.Uc l"
Coco-bay.
Chiego-foot.
Corns   (soft).
Cancels.  .
lings.
Lumbago.
| Piles.
: Rheumatism ;..-
Scalds.
Sore Nipples.
Sore-throats.
Skin-diseases.
Scurvy.
Sore-heads.
Tumors.
Ulcers.
Wounds.
Yaws.
r
the relations between France and Austria are excellent,
nnd  congratulating  the littler  power  on   thc  reform
«_ilio.e3!'..-y;,. fe ..'	
It was reported at Paris on thc 29th that the King
of Naples bad quilted there ou board the frigate Stro-
luiilcs. and that the Piedmontesc occupied the forts.
This requires  confirmation.
Disturbances at Naples were imminent. Appeals to
the public lo revolt were being publicly distributed.
The Neapolitan Minister of War and General Baschoe
had loft Naples for Calabria with six battalions of reinforcements.
The British Parliament was prorogued on the 28th.
The Queen's speech was read by the Lord Chancellor.
She says her relations with foreign powers tire friendly
and satisfactory.
She trusts there is no danger of the Interruption of
the peace of Europe.    She believes that if the Italians j
ure left to scull- vfltir own di-icuili-. the tranquillity of j
other States will be undisturbed.     She hopes that in
any negotiations which may take place on  the Savoy
question the neutrality of Switzerland may bc main, i
tainedv    She laments thc atrocities committed on the
Christians in Syria, aud cheerfully coincides with the
powers of Etrropo iii assisting the Sultan of Turkey to j
re-establish order.    She regrets thc failure of negotiations M-ith China, and says that her forces will support
Iho demand for  a  full  nnd faithful  execution  of the
treaty.    .She tbt.nks Parliament for the  appropriation-*
ior forliticatious, and congratulates the country ou the
nl-Jiu
correct nnd authentic rates and prices of all descrip- j 2H Strum
tions of nrticles in the Victoria market, as well us reliable reports of the- state oi trade, shipping, .Vr. li i.s
as invaluable as ail index aiiel! commercial aiitlnirity to
every merchant and tradesman its it is a desirable
medium for advertising. Printed for A. F. Main at
thc ollice of the V. I. Gazelle, Victoria.
PACIFIC FOUNDRY AND MACHINE SHOP,
Fiiist-btrbet, San Francisco.
Wc continue to manufacture, at the above well known
establishment,
Nteain Engines,.
Quartz,
Flour,
Saw Mill,
nnd other machinery, of every description, und Irou
and Ili'itss I'lislings of all kinds.
From tho long experience wc have bad, and the superior tools and machinery, and the very large collection
of patterns ut our command, ive feel confident that our
facilities for turning out the best style of work, with
dispatch, and at the lowest rates, aro not surpassed on
the Pacific coast.
Russia Iron Screens for Quartz Mills, made at short
-lotico. Orders for all kinds of work will receive prompt
attention.
GODDARD, HANSCOM, .t RANKIN,
jo.O-C'iu Lute GonoAiiu .-. Co.
old'at ihe csttilnisiiment of Piiih-'e.sS--ii H.__ov.',vv.,
(near Temple Bar) London ; and by all respectable Druggists and Dealers in Medicines through-
out the.civiljsc'l..lyi-rjtj..   	
I_iK-;y There is a considerable saving by  taking  the
linger sizes.
N. II.—Directions  for  the  guidance  of patients in
every d sordcr are affixed to each Pot.
CURTIS  k MOORE, Agents,
Yates-strcot, Victorin, V. I.
E R N E S T     P 1 C II T ,
BREWER,
N E W    W E S T M I K 8 T E 11 .
W. J. ARMSTRONG k BRO.,
Opposite   Liverpool   Whnrf,
Columbia-street, New Wct.tuinstcr
HOLKSALE k RETAIL DEALERS in Groccriif
Provisions,   Hardware,  Crockerywarc,  Puint.
Uils, Farmiug Implements, Mining Tools,
Ladies' aud Gent's Boots und Shoes,
&C, Ac, kc.
Agent JEFFRAY k CO.'S Frascr River Express.
w
100 tous HAY
Ul'
Sale.
ui28, Out
B00KS   AND    STATION EK Y,
carefully selected from a well-filled market, containing
many New and Popular  Books  among  them.
S T ATI 0 N E 11 Y.
both low priced and superfine, of every description, in
lots, to wholesale or retail.
A   Beautiful   .--sorlment   of
flOLIl   PENS,   AND    FINK    l'OCKKT   CUTLERY,
FOR PURIFYING TIIE BLOOD,
AND  FOR TIIE  CCUE  OF
Scro/nla,   Rheumatism, Stubborn  Ulcer*,  Dyspepsia,  &-.'
Rheum, Freer Sorts, Enjoipeltl*, PtmpUt, Rile*, Mercu-   .
rial Iii.en.es,  Cutaneous KrupHons,   Liver   Cum-
pdtint, RroneJUlU, Per,,i?« Complain!*, Lost vf
Appetite, General Debility, ,tc.
A plenUful inpjily «»I* pure blood is a raaenUal t" nnlnm! life
I- ',_■!.'. I.-:.'. ..:nl geniftl shower- are to II:-.- vegetable kingdom.*
Whi i t •• ;.-...|..'r circulation of tbe vital fluid I- ini'ietli it, ^ck-
nets i- lbe Inevitable eonswiuenco, the MH-rctioiui Itecnmo un-
hi.-ai,iv. tbe liver becomes ctogceu wltb Impure bile, tvlileli,
ftir-.-.-J i.itti Uie system, rtiiatea a il Inflames tlie bV.<l, engendering scrofula -in 1 eutanc n- and ii ;.iry disorders.   Tlie expe-
rfenre «<f sixteen yours h-i« fully established the blgb reputation
if *.!r.-  invaluable medicine:   Ils t-iir-il,.- j.-.tti-is have b.-t-n
.■. r    -■;.'.'• tested in  long-standing and .■l.-ii:i .'•>' cases, \. i'li
. . .i  :   -liable success as lo call f. rtl. tlie most flattering c- .ni-
mendaliu-S from eminent physicians throughout tbe count*-*.
MEDiCA-   TESTIMOUY.
The to'Iouing recommendation Is fr.iti one <.f the uld.ft pliysl-
i New Loudon, Conn.
A. II .t 1>. tsAXUi : (lentlemen,—Yonr
eery i st. nslvely us,.! In Ibis city and llie
, fi
■ k
rsnpa rills
ghlinrin.
_-,- • vi. n ,-. uniformlv with sue-
 I i -...' -talitliii*.'. and of it
'.:'-. . r. '. h ', !. ,'., rui-l.-.l k
is i ien i. o-l In many id them
-...Hi decided benelU. H i- r.-
,-is :i inetili ine of l-ii-hI eflli t v
■ si sti in has !•!
•Tt   r     i.i *
•.filic <_ i.: in
.... id
system; In cbronlo abeceases, atiended with profuse dis !..•_.■•;
■  •       sofl        ,    s: ol  '    .'.      cers; chronicnulmonnryaflec-
w ilh a depraved state of I e system Its us. - -.. . followed
with improvement of apatite and '. -■• '.:■:... .-■ .-- of strength
and flesh, l.etit-r r,-< st night, llie production „f u uiur.- healthy
6t_to of n.ii.d, -iid complete restoralion t" health.
Truly yours,        W.M. STKHNE, M I).
Prepared ami snltl by A. II. <fc I). HANDS, Wholesale
Druggists, 100 Fulton-street, corner of William, New York.
For sale bv DKWITT, KITTLE & (V. II. JOHNSON v Co.,
nnd KKlUMiTiiN n. Co.. San Kranclsco; RICE At COFFIN,
Marysville; U. li. McLajNALU _, Co., Sacramento; mid by
Druggists generally.
IT NEVER i"AlLS:
GROSSMAN'S SPECIFIC MIXTURE
FOR THE CUKE OF
CERTAIN DISEASES. WITH WHICH  UNFORTUNATELY MANY ARE AFFLICTED.
Of all the remedies yet discovered for *ticli coroplalnta, this ls
the most certain, and leaves no Injurious effects,
It makes a Hieedy and permanent cure, without the least re*
sir;, tion t" diet, tlrink, e*;|i"s'ire, nr change In application to
business. One Uittle is generally rafiictent to euro sn ordinary
case, which not unfrcquenUy disappears nfler six or el_bt dose*.
Prepared and sold by A.  II.  OV !».  HANDS, Wh .-ale
Drug-'i-lA, loo Fulton-street, comer of William, New Y,>rk.
For sale bv DKWITT. KITTLK At Co., II. JOHNSON .It Co.,
ind EEDINGTON k Co., San Franeisco; KH'K A COFFIN
Marysville; It. II. McDONALD Ji Co., Sacramento; aud by
Druggtits geuerslly.
SANDS' SARSAPABILLA,
FOR PURIFYING THE BLOOD,
AND FOR T.IE C"'l:K OF
Scrofula, MercurU; llUetues, Rheumatism, Cutaneoill
Eruptions, Stubbn<--_ Ulcers, Liver Complaint. Dyspepsia, Broiicliitis, Salt Eb.uui, Lumbago, White
(jwellings, Hip Disertse, Enlargement of the
Bones and Joint-, Fever Sores, Female
Complaints, Erysipelas, loss of Appetite, Pimples, Biles, General
Debility, &c, kc.
It bus long been n must Important desideratum In ;be practice
s! nieilieiiie, to obtain a remedy similar to this, and accordingly
tic P.nd it resorted to nliutist universally in all those l"rii."ntiug
diseases of tlio skin so trying to the patience, and Injurious io
tit health,    lt Is a tunic, aperient, nnd disinfectant.    It aels
simultaneously upon tho stomach, tlie circulation, nnd iho
bow-i.s, nml thus three processes, which ure ordinarily lbe result
of tiiuke different kinds of medicine, are carried on nt thu s.uiio
time through ilio Instrumentality uf this oxb r-nicdial agent
Its great merit is that it mocts nnd neutrulizet, the active prln
ciple. of disease itself, ate', when thai is gone, the symptoms no
cessgrlly disappear. The rapidity with which llie patient rocov
era hcallh und strength under this triple. Influence Is surprising.
REMARKABLE    CURE.
Lynn County, Oregon Ter., March 11,1S55.
Messrs. A. B. k D. Sanub, New York: Centleiiien,—In the
spring of IS50, while on our wny from Indiana lo lids place, iinr
eldest boy was Seized with n swelling and severe pains In tlio
legs, which day by day grew worse, until bis legs coiitraclet!,
and becntno so painful'thnt ho could nut walk, nnd we hntl In
carry him uluut like an infant We reached Albany on the lid
of October, completely worn out by fatigue. Ily Ibis time, ho
was reduced to a perfect skeleton. Hero wo wero enabled tn
consult a physician (Dr. Hill), who honestly oonft-ssejl lm cou .1
not cure lilm, although he could give lilm medicine that would
relieve tho pain. In this exigency something must bo done, or
death was inevitable. Being rccoinmcndod to try you.- Samn-
parilln, I procured a bottle. After taking some, lie apiieiired
worse; but persevering with it I obtained a second buttle,
which seemed to grapple with tlio disease, unit caused a marker.
Improvement: tho swelling and pain in the legs wero reduced,
his appetito Improved, and Wis color began to return. Thus encouraged, 1 purchased a third buttle • wbllo taking it the swellings In bis legs broke, and some pieces ot bone ono-olghtli of
an Inch l..!!_. ciinio out after which bis legs straightened and
healed up. 110 Is now perfectly recovered, lias no' appearance
of being a cripple, au.l can perform most kinds of common labor,
as all our nelglibuts ciui certify.   Yours, respectfully,
CALKfj DAVIS.
Prcparcil and sold by A. II. it D. SANDS, IVIiolcsalo
Druggists, IOC Fiilton-slr.et corner of William, New York.
ForsiiliibyDKWirr, KITTLK k Co., II. JOHNSON k Co.,
MuL'.laBPJ_w'TO9 *• Cp.. San Francisco; HICK k COFl'tt.'
Marysville; 1« H. McDONALD iii' Co., _acrumc_Vtv, Mil! by
DiiiggT-trg-Btmlly,
BOIAN EYE BALSAM,
FOR INFLAMED EYELIDS.
The delicate structure of tho eyelid ronders It peculiarly sen
eltlvj and liable to disease. tVhcn, from any cause, it becomes
affected, Iho Inner membrnno rapidly iiillniin-s, nnd lbe eyelid
evinces the strongest predisposition to attract to Itself humors
from all parts of tbe body. Hundreds of persons of scrofulous
bnbit nro disfigured by rawness or redness of thu eyelids, commonly called soro eyes, und tortured with apprehensions of Impaired vision, who, by using tills BALSAM, may obtain almost
linmeil.utu relief. In nil coses, the curlier llil. remedy Is nppii.nl
tbo uctler.
READ THE  FOLLOWING EVIDENCE.
Nkw Yuan. July IBtli, lRSil.
Messrs, A. It. .V. D. Hanps: Gentlemen,—I ln.ee heon troubled
for years wilh -MviU'-eilon of tho eyelids, and lu..-o tried a number of remedies without experiencing any decided bcnellt A
few weeks since I ohUUr.ed somo of yourltoMAN Ktk 1!ai_am,
and applied it iiccordiiiK lo lbe directions. The lirst tippllcatlop
produced u ilccliledly bencllclal effect, and 1 had not used it
l.'t'ck, liffuro my eyelids were entirely froo from iufliiimnatl ,
which lint not been llie caso before for many years
Tears, kc O. B. WILLIAMS, 259 liinuiiw    ,
riuoE, as cents ri-n jau.
I'reparcd ant4 sold by A. IJ. *V. I). RANDtj, W.-oicMle
JruggibU, IW) l-_Ttou-streel, corner of Wlllliun, New Yjrk.
For sale by liKWl'IT, KITTLK .t Oo., II. lOIINS'JN fc Co.,
and HKDIMii'nN «t Co.,San Fraiictaco: KICK . COFFIN
Marysvlllo; ':. II. McDUN'ALD li Co., Sacriim 'o; awl b»
L'l 'j.;.,!l ,r   :i_l:y.
F L' ll.MTURE.
BY LATK ARBITALS, the undersigned |,!1Ve
coived additions tu tht-ir liitlicrtu wcll-_<    c
StocH of l-'iiriiitiiri—und now offer ''8<"ll'l
Painted .cts, te-n pieces ;
Extcniton Table., 8 and 10 fe-e-t long;
Centre Tnblce, serpentine, and round  on> .   '
sizes: ul"i«««ttj
Card Table, harp and square pillars
Common Tables, -.'.. '■',. and -i\ long:
Bedsteads, Mahogany, French, Cottage, doubii.
single; Sl-
.    Lounges, spring .cntf, in damask and leathercov
j    Sofas, Bjiririg 'scats, hair cloth, with round and tiiS
Te'iil.;. r;.    ._    _ •■•       m
Desks, with fall aml'lnnr fronts ;
Cheffohicrs, walnut and mahogany carvc-1 fio-iu
shelves, fret work ; " '
liitieiiu.-, ouc-half marble top, scroll aiid painted ill
4 and li drawers : ''""i
What-nots, walnut ami mahogany, 5 and 0 shcl»
Mirror.-., in gill and mahogany frames, Assorted iii"'
for parlors, chambers, and saloons; *i
Children's  Cribs and  Cradles, also  High ami I
Chairs, assorted sizes;
Chairs, Mahogany, Unir-cloth, spring seats,cant,,-
wood scat, oflice, o.ik, ilinin-^ Grecian cane, licavv!_
room, anil common wood scat;
Itockcrs, spring .-eats, mahogtny and cane scats IE-
backs, Bcwtng and arm ;
.Sinks. Washstands, I'hair Cushions. Coverlets To.il
Racks, Willow Cribs, kc. '     '
—ALSO—
BE DIM NO,
I'ulii, Curled Hnir, Moss, Wool, and Strsi MsttrcftN
best Feather Pillows, all sizes;   in the lOnnufucturcof
which wc use nunc but tlie best materials, and •••ur,
anli-t- our work.
PIERCE k SEYMOUR,
Broad-street, between Vatcs and View strceli
Victoria, V. I., April 11, 18C0. 3nj
SOUTHGATE .v.  .\IIT(.IIi;i,l„      ~~s
tHiMMl-sSHiN MKit..'HANTS. Allien Whnrf, Vi<tom,
/    Vancouver Island, nud Battery-street, San Frais!
Cisco, Cnlion ia. l*iin3m
GROVER     ..    BAKER'S
New style noiseless
F A M 1 I. V    S K \V I N O    M A CII I K E S
From "r75 upwards.
TIII'.V wire  awarded Two Premiums nt tlie State
Fair I   Hoc for intu'liinc sewing, and lhc only 1'n-iujsi
, for Fancy Quilting aud Kmbroidery.
These mm hines sew from two spools, as purtlntij
from thc store, requiring no re-wiudiug of (bread,ai|
finishing each Beam by their own operation, withal
1 rceotirsc lo thc hand needle, as is rptjtiired by otacf
! machines. On account of their simplicity, diirabilili
ease of ninnngcmcnt, and iiduptntluii to all varii-th-
family sewing, they execute cither heavy or finejnA
«Illi ct|iial facility, and without special utljustineni,
The new machines introduced by the Grorcr_ Il-iln
Sewing-Machiuc Company, arc of elegant finish, nil
tlte-ir operation is rapid and very u,uic:. Tlie case wiih
which they call lie- managed is u distinguishing li-iiu*',
and thc stitch is the strongest, handsomest, and _,„
elastic of any made,
Se-n.l for a circular.   All machines warranted
Silk, cotton, needles, etc., always on hand.
II. J. lH'.tlWX, Agent,
in'-l-tc 18, .Montgomery street, Sau FrilCfitfo,
THE BLESS1XG  <»F HKAI.TI1
BV
II O L I. 0 W AY'S     P I'L'D-o.
H7i,i/ ure Diseases so Fatal in Tropieal Climalnl   .
Merely because wc prescribe for their effect, instead"I
of tht-ir cause, and try to relieve symptoms Instcatltfl
striking at their ruot, The action of these- Pills' i>-nt-r
ciscly tho reverse. They expel from the secretin-n-|
guns and thc circulation the morbid matter wliiclipil
duces inflammation, pain, fever, debility, ami pliysial!
decoy; and the lm.-is of disease being removed,i
manifestations vanish. While ordinary remedies will
afford a temporary respite io the sufferer, whereas ilasl
Pills annihilate the- disorder.
/// Health in Uot Countries.
Frequently arises from nervous disorders aluc'ii"
thc action of thc heart ant! deranging the whole lit
nntl economy ; these fine Pills will restore the ntnn-i
pystoiri however deranged, nml firing bnck hciilth t'11'
sjiiiits when all either medicine has tailed.
Bilious aud Liver Complaints.
Frequently lead to the worst phases of human ft'
feriilg, yet how many in the Bast nntl West Indies',u*
most of our Foreign Possessions, are thus ultlitlitl. m*
knowing thc menus of cure- placed within their grit*'';
such should take a few bones of these Pills atcotdii'l
to thc directions given iu the books, and -tit-ir tiilnieui-
will quickly leave tlicm.
Dropsical Swclings and Turn of Life.
This is r. most disastrous period in woman's lii*torJ
it destroys thousands, thc whole of the gross linnitis
collect together, and like n tide sweep away llColUi'"
life itself, il not timely anil powerfully checked. »'
most ccrluin remedy for all these dangerous a/mptC
is Ilollowuy's Pills." Aimed with this great antidoB
the fiery ordeal is passed through, arid the suffer*"
once more restored to the possession of niiliapilra
health. These Pills nre equally cilicncious iuiillk-
male complaints, aud obstructions nt lhc dawn i
womanhood.
Stomach and Liver Complaints.
These nre complaints of the million, particular'.1'1
those in warm latitudes ; lew escape them ; WW
neglected, they lead to Innumerable dangerous ittnhw
But why neglect them when Ilollowuy's Pills will crat
lento them ns certainly us water extinguishes lit*-
They relieve the bowels, purify thc fluids, and invirw-
ate tho system and thc constitution tit the BnmoW
They are admitted by virtue of special decrees intoth
dominions of despotism, und thus have become, n gW
household remedy.
Dysentery and Bowel Complaints.
These famous Pills should be taken once or twice*I
week by all classes iu this part of thc world, l-jr Wall' I
means, none need fenr the attacks of these diru'lP
scourges.
A  Word to Female*. .
The local debility and irraguJliriUni which arc IW
special iiiiiioyiince of lbe wen|*er sex, nntl which, »'W
neglected, always shortens life, arc relieved tot ""
time being ami prevented for the time to conn', t')'
'.•oursc of'tliisiiiild but flioronjli-altcftttiVOj
Hollowtiij's  Fills are the best remedy known in the «*'l
for the following diseases:—
I'ilinu.-i Complaints
Blotches  on  thc
skin
Bowel Complaints
Colics
Constipation of the Fits
Erysipelas
.'cranio Irregularities
Fevers of all
kinds
,-ilonc iitul <<:('!_1 1
Liver Cuui'iM" |
l.lllllllllgO
J.eSrJipnpfV**i
Scrofula, or K'l'S'I
Evil
Soro Throat" „
Secondary Sj'*|
Tic D*oulouret«
Vhm's      c„,,i
Weakness. <■*
whatever o»J*
Sold at the cstablislimcnt of PitoKKSsyit lrPI*™j
'.'ll, Sti-aiid, (near Teiuplf Bur) London,  flls" vl _
respectable Druggists   ■ "' rv-",»-»'" "w■',1
out thc civilized worl
Bowels
Consumption
Dobility
Dropsy
Dysentery
Venereal Affections
Gout
llcutl-ncho
Indigestion
liilliuniiiiitioll
Tumours
Worms  of all
kinds
Z__, Strainl. (neitr TClTJpIu  Bur) LiQUaon.   «>"•   U
rospcctablo Druggists nnd Dealers In mcdiciiic-i un
it the civilized world. Une^'
Kfoy-Thero  is a  considerable saving by lBM-'b
larger sizes. ...,15 in
N. B.--Directions for the guidance of piU"-
everv .lisor.lcr arc nlllx.'ii 10 uui'll box, vieiorii1'
CURTIS k MOORE, Agents, Vatcs-st., 'lc^,
Pi-iiilfil   nml liublishcil   every Kiiluitluv  I'y'i'.'ilitl
M'Cluiib, nt  lils  office-, Now WcBtfninstcri
Colony of Britiul- Columbia,
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