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VICTORIA,  .VANCOUVER   ISLAM),   THURSDAY   EVENING,   AUGUST   2.   1866.
NO. 27.
THE
"EVENING TELEGRAPH,"
.   PUBLISHED
Everv   Evening at 4  O'clock,
(Saturday and 8unday eranlngs excepted.)
also avtar
SUNDAY    MORNING I
TERMS OF  RUIISCRIPTION I
Per Annum, In advance, by mail, ,...110 00
For «U month,,      8 U"
Pe'r W-ak, [inyable to Carrier,        2-r>
lugUUpes         1"
For terms of Advertisement apply at the
Office. Lan?ley Street
Wit and Humor.
-Ihe
Vauuhle  Ainici.ES foii Sale.
Lejf of ft Multiplication Table.
Tbo Pair of Ship's Stoys found drying
on the K ininoclial Line.
Tlio Bonnet generally worn with ihe
Veil ol Nature.
The I'aletot of tlio Ileatry Swell of the
Atlantic.
The Key of Locke's Music.
A Tooth-brush fur tho   Mouth   of   the
Tliume8.
A Hat-stand made out of the Horns of
a Dili-iiiuu.
A Tumbler for tho Jug  of the  Nightingale.
A   Mattrasi   for the Fulls of Niagara.
A  DrcssiDg-caso   for   tho   Minor   of
Nature.
A correspondent thus shows how confiding innocence is oft imposed upon :—
'A woman,' he nuys, 'may nor, bo nn
angel, though she glides through the
ma7.es of the dunce, like ft spirit clothed
wilh a ruiubow mnl aiuililed with stars.
The young man mny behold his admired
object T>n the morrow iu the tine light of
reality, perchance emptying u wash-tab
.in the gutter, with her ffock pinned up
behind—her hair mussed and inOJsy,
except what lies in the bureau : and her
whola contour wearing the appearance of
Mmangel rammed through a brush fence,
into a world of wretchedness nnd woe I'
David Crockett used to sny of the In'o
late Philip Hone, with whom he was in
Congress, that he was tho perlitest man
. tie ever know—'Cause why?' snid the
colonel, 'he allers puts bis bottle on the
sideboard before he asks you to drink,
aud thou turns his hack so as not to sec
how much you take I This,' adds tho
colonel, ' is what I call real perlilcness.'
A Puzzle.—If the apple which William Tell shot from the head of his son
ga»e liberty to Switzerland, how many
btiKhelB of iho snme size, from the same
orchard, wot:ld it have taken to make a
barrel of cider 1
We heard a good joke once nf a party
of young follows who found fault with
the butter at a hoarding house. ' What
is the mutter with it ?' snid the mistress.
—" Just you ask it,' said one ; ' it is old
enough to speak for itself.'
A hardy seaman, who hud escaped one
of the recent shipwrecks upon onr coast,
was asked by a good lady how lie felt
when tho waves broke over him. lie replied, ' Wet, ma'am ; very wet.'
To take the gridiron down from the
nail whero it is hanging, wilh the left
hand, is a sign thut there will be a broil
in thu kitchen.
Four columns of an American newspaper, printed in very small typo, ure
occupied by the advertisement, of a quack
doctor, headed 'One word to the afflicted.'
' It Is a curious fact,' says some entomologist, ' that it is only the female mosquito that torments us.' A bachelor says
it ia not at all ' curious.'
'Haven't you finished scaling that fish,
Sam?' 'No, master, it is a very large
one.' 'Why you have had timo enough
to scale a mountain.'
Why is love like a Stilton cheese ?—
Because it is one of the mitey-est things
in Nature.
What kind of rooms are always the
best ventilated ? —Mushrooms, because
they are grown in the open air.
Why is a learned man like scarlet ?
Because h«'a deep read.
Dissolution   of Partnership.
The Partnership heretofore Existing between James Grahamslaw and
Thomas U. Morris, Contractors and Banders,
has been dissolved by mutual consent, Mr.
Morris having retired from the business, which
will be carried on by Mr. Gralmmslaw.
All persons indebted to the linn are requested to pay the same to James Grahamslaw,
and claims against the fi ra must be presented
within fourteen days from this date.
Victoria, V. I., July 25th, 1886.        jy25
mt
Municipal
By-Law to Regulate  the sanitary Condition or the City.
SCHEDULE A.
lo the Gutter
NOTICE Is  hereby (liven that you  are required within days from tbe date hereof to                         , and io default of so doing
you will be proceeded   n^aiiui under the pro-
of the Municipal Bye-Enw lo rejrulnte
tbesauiury condition of the City, lBCC.
I.'-MI.EV KltANKLIK,
Maror of tbe City of Victoria.
This tenth day of July, 1800.
William J.liuii, Town Clerk.
New Advertisements.
BY-LAW.
We, tHe'Maynr and Councillors in Count il
convened, by virtue of the power und authority
vested in us by Au Act to Incorporate tbe
City of Victoria, passed- the second day of
August, A.D. 1862, In.the Twruty-'riltli year
of tbe rcijju ci .Her Most Gracious Majesty
Queen Victoria, enlittiled, " Tho Victoria Incorporation Act, 1802," hereby enact ui follow* :—
I. No nelson or persons occupying any Messuage, Shop, Building or oilier Election, or
any Land or other Premises within the city,
or if the'■ (-'hall be no occupier thereof, no
owner (■ wucis of any Ueiiuaga, Shop,
Building ., jther Erection, or any Land or
other l'rcmises within tlio Oily, t-liall have nr
permit or suffer to.be in oron his, her or their
Messuage, Shop, Building ot Exertion, or any
Laud or oilier Premises as aforesaid, auy
ditch, gutter, drain, privy or ash-pit emitting
noxious or ofl'en-ive effluvium nr smell, or
constructed so as. to be ft niiisnnce to or injurious to the health of nny person or persons,
or any swine kept so as to Ire a nuisance or
offensive by reason of the stench thereof, or
any dung, manure, refuse, offal, ashes, filth,
or oilier matter or thing emitting noxious
or offensive diluvium or smell, or any animal,
vegetable or mineral loader or thing nlono or
together with oilier matters or tbingi in a
state of fermentation, putrefaction, decomposition or decay, or emitting noxious or offensive diluvium or smell, or permit or suffer
any UoSsdage, Dwelling House, Shop, Erection or Building whatsoever within the said
Cilv to In- in i filthy state or infected wilh any
kin.I of vermin or dirt or emitting noxious or
offensive eflluvium or smell ; Provided, however, ihat no per or. or persons shall lie liable
lo any penalty for the Infraction of this By- tors of tbe said George .lay, James Cheitnty
law until he, she or they shall have received ' I'"1™, and David Browne of tho other part,
notice from the Mayor and Council in in inner b'lnB » ,|ccli '"' instrument purport.ng to con-
liereiiiafter mentioned, arid unlit lie, she or vey all the copartiierslnp estate and effects ol
tbey shall have neglected by the space or time tl,u s,,id B*0rge Juy, James Chestney Bales,
theieln mentioned to abate or remove the of- "ni1 I,;ivi'1 Browns to be applied lor the bene-
fenslve matter or thing noticed in such notice ! ,u °' tho "editors of tbem the said t.corgc
J.    SPENCER,
HOUSE AND SHIP.
PLUMBER,
Gas-fitter and Bell-hanger,
Corner Yates and Government streets.
All branches of the above business practically done with neatness and despatch, at
charges to correspond with the times.
 h«
In lite Supreme Court of Civil Justice
Vancouver Island.
TIEiT!
EVENING TELEGRAPH
THE BANKRUPTCY ACT, 1831.
r ni
19 R"giMrar of the   snid   Court,   do   hereby
UIOHAKD WOODS, BKINGTHK CHIEF
• said Court, do hereby
certify that on the sixteenth day of July, in-
liarit, a certain deed or Instrument bearing
data tba 26th day of J mm tilt (I8(>)j) and
made nml executed by nnd between George
Juy, Jamci Chestney Mules and David Browne,
Cojmitners therein described; 'fading under
Ibottyle or firm of JAY k COMPAHV of the
one part nnd Thomas Lowe therein described,
trustee for himself nnd the  rest of the credi-
1 thereto complained of, or to do the uci#
matter or tbiiiL' required ufhim, her or them
by each notice within tbe epace of time limited
by such notice.
And whereas it is expedient for the pood
government of the City that a Snnit \ry Com-
mission be appointed, and to finable tuuh Commission to inspect, order the removal and report all nuisunces within the said City ol
Victoria;
Therefore be it enacted by the Mayor and
Councillors of t'>o Ciiy of Victoria, with tbe
consent of His Excellency the Governor ou
Her Majesty's behalf:
II. From and after the palfagO ot this Bylaw the Mayor and City Councillors may from
time lo time nominate three members of the
City Council to act aa a Sanitary (lommiiiloo
for the purpose of inspecting, ordering the
removal nnd reporting all nuisances and other
matters, the continuance of which may be'
deleterious to the public health.
IIT. Tbe Commission eiiall perform their
services gratuitously.
TV. The Commission shall havo power to
ent- r any Messuage. Dwelling Home, Shop,
Building of other Erection or Land or oiler
promisee within tbo city, and whether tit not
the same be occupied or the curtilage of any
of the same, and Inspect tho condition of thn
same between (he h iuM of eight in the morning and eight in the evening.
V. Nb person or petfOni filial! permit, nfter
due notice in th it behalf given, any animal
or vegetable matter in a dtooiQpoeed or
putrifying condition to remain ou thepreinises
occupied or owned by him or them.
VI. The Commission OH behalf oft lie Mayor
and Council m >y notify nny person or persons
on or occupying any messuage, dwelling
house, shop, building, or other erection, or
Ihe curtilage of any of the same or other land
Of premises within the'eity, or if the lame be
nAOCCUpicd, then tlie owner of any Midi mes-
fitmge, du el ling house, shop, buidiug or other
erection, or the curtilage ul miy of the lame or
other land or premises within the city on
which any matter or thing may be done, permitted, or suffered, contrary to tlie Intention
of this by-law (according to tho form uf
Rthedule A annexed) to remove such nuisance as beforo mentioned, or to dose up, purify, Cover, or clcwisc nny well, CM pool
drain, privy, ditch, or gutter, or Otherwise to
abate or remove the matter or thing noticed In
such notice as in their judgment shall seem
meet by giving notice In writing, (is per
Schedule aforesaid) signed by two or more of
the Commission on behalf of the Mayor and
Council, specifying the act to be done and the
time in which the dame is required to be done,
such notice may be given to the occupier or.
owner of such messuage, dwelling house,
shop, building, or other erection, or the curtilage of any of tho same or of the land or
premises iu the city, or by leaving the same
at his, her, or their last known place of
abode, or by fixing the same or a copy thereof
on  some conspicuous part of the premises.
VII. In the event of any Messuage, khop,
Building or other erection, or any Und or other premises within lit* City being unoccupied
and the owner or owners thereof neglecting or
refusing to abate or rcmoXe any matter, or
thing done, permitted or suffered, contrary to
the requirements of this Bye-Law, either absolutely or in the terms of any such notice as
aforesaid, duly served as aforesaid, within the
lime in that behalf specified, it shall be lawful
for two Or more of the Commission, on behalf
of the Mayor and Council, or th' ir servants or
agents in that behalf, 10 do the act or acts,
matters or things, lequired to be done or performed by such notice at the costs and charges
of the owner 01 owners of such Messuage,
;r>bop, Buildingorothererection or any land or
other premises, the said costs and charges
to be recoverable by action as' work and lahor
dona and money paid bv them for the use of
lueb owner or owners as if done at hi?, her or
their actual request,or in such other form as is
proper in law.
Jay,    James    Chestney   Bales,   aud   David
Browne ns if ihey had been from the date
thereof duly adjudged Bankrupt, was on the
said sixteenth day of July and ar the hour of
I0*3p in tbe forenoon uf such day brought
into my office for registration, and was duly
registered pursuant to the provisions of the
Bankruptcy Act, I8UL.
(liven under my hand and Seal of the Supreme Court of civil Justice at James Bay,
Victoria, V. I., thi^sixtcenth day of July, A.
D., 1800.
KICITARD WOODS,
Chief Registrar.
Koiirrt Brsirnp,   SotlCTTOS,
Langley street, Victoria. jylG
ZSTOTICE.
hi (he Supreme Court of Civil Justice
Vancouver IdancL
IIST
b ajcst:k:r.tt:f tcv,
In re Jav k Co.
4 Lti PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS OX TIIK
,1 above BstatC ire requested forthwith to
send in the same to Mr. James Chestney Bales,
Bttediman, at the Nursery of Jny -k Co.k Victoria ; and all persons indebted to the said
Bet ate are desired forthwith to pay the amount
of their respective debts 'o the said James
Chestney Bnlsi, whom the Trustee has authorised to receive the sumo on account of the
1 snid Litate.
ROBERT BISHOP, Solicitor,
Lanirley Street, Victoria.
Dated 10th July, 1686. Jyl|
THE IPIOIMEJER,
ICE CREAM,
—took the—
PACIFIC TELEGRAPH H0T£L,
GENERAL
Job   Printing
ESTABLISHMENT
Langley Street, Victoria,
The  Printing  Office
or Tus
EVENING
TEL1BRAPH
Office ia replete with every appliance
.and variety of material for the
Execution of
LETTER PRESS   PRINTING!
In all its brunches, whether
Plain or Ornamental
Miscellaneous.
EXPRESS LINE STAGES.
qMIR COACHES Of THI8 LINE tf lit
A. new run regulurl/, leaving Yak, a. C
00
Hondai*,
WedncNday*,
Aod I rldajH,
AT T, A. M.,
FOB    HAVANA'S     llillltl
(Big Bend Rome), until tlie completion ef th*
rofld, wben tbey will po lo Havana's Ferrjr.
Tbe Coach for Cariboo will Inure Yaia 0*
Monday.
jy 2 F. J. RAiW\RD.
CHARLES    BERNARD,
Manufacturer and Dealer in
FAMILY CHARTRES COWSE.
And Spleen of all kind*.
No. 707, Sansome street, corner Gold,
Between Jackson and Pacific.
	
First Premium awarded by the Mechanics' Institute, for tht best Coffee and Spices.
The proprietor havinn introdnced Steam
Power in his Manufactory, ba now inereMed
facilities to supply the trade and the public iu
general. All articles from his Establishment
are guaranteed to be pucand unadulterated.
The public are respectfully invited to cull and
convince themselves Country orders promptly
attended to. jy '
%f   t£
(sewing MACHINES,)
^e* Street, *****
I
IS AGAIN IX TIIE FIELD.
'HE pnoriuETOit is prepared to
halls, etc., at moderate rates.
PACIFIC TELEGRAPH HOTEL,
jy3 Store street
NOTICE
-or—
CO-PARTNERSHIP.
BITNST12R
HAS TIU3 DAY
ENTERED INTO
Partnership
'pill? Ol I l« i: AIMS at securing
X. sucl. tweedy Eieoutioo of orders as is
consistent with correct aud elegant Workmanship.
Orders received for Printing
Books,
Pamphlets
Catalogues
Sermons,
Reports
Rentals,
Leases,
Law Forms of every
description,
Business Cards,
Invoices,]
Bill Ilea.!",
Trade Forms,
Circulars, (Plain   or
Coloured,)
Hand   Bills.  (Plain ot
Coloured,)
For Prices,   apply   at the   Office.
Langley street,
3STOTIOE
Ship Mohawk, Capt- Davies, from Iordon
-EITHER   THE    CAPTAIN   NOR
the underpinned will be responsible for anv debts that mny be con-'
traded by tbe crctv of the above ship.
. jyl5 HENRY NATHAN.
Agent for the vessel.
Motth—Ttw, Sinter Mm hina i. thr m.lr Mnrhiw th*
will Mf .11 Lud* of cloth with nil 1..11 J. of ihf«.it
tsr 75,ooo-©a
Machines sold in two years ,
The almost incredible increase in the sale of
the Singer Machine during the past Iwo years
is owing to the popularity of the LETTER A
TRANSVERSE SHUTTLE Family Machine,
which was introduced in 18G0, since wbich
time it Las earned and established ft reputation for family uses equal to the celebrated
mnnulacturing machines ol this Firm, which
are generally acknowledged, even hy dealers
in otticr Sewing Mucbines, to be unequalled
for such purposes.
Oaf NO OTHER Family Sewing Machine
has such perfect and Improved appliances for
Ruffling, HemmiriK. Binding, Felling, Tucking,
Gathering, OuJgitg, Lraidia :. t or flg, Ci it-
ing, etc,
J®" All persons requiring nfonnatioii
about our Sewing Machines, tbeir > izes, Prices,
Working Capacities, and the best method of
purchasing,can obtain it by bending for atopy
of the
SINGER   MANUFACTURING   COMPANY S
ILtOSTBATID   1'AMI'Ht.KT, .    ,
Which is entirely devoted   to tho  subject     It
will be sent gratis, with specimens of work.
Local Agents wanted in every Town.
WILLIAM BICK
Geoeral Agent (or the Singer Munfg Co.   ,
WITH ALL LOVERS OF
GOOD
ALE!
jy 17-lm
$50   REWARD.
THE ABOVE  REWARD WILL  UK PAID
to any person recovering the money and
Deposit  Receipt  for  Snoo   on  the   Bank   ol
British North Amerira, stolen from   the Coal
I*it at Nanaimo on Wednesday, Jaly 4th.
GEORG'E WALSH.
jyO 3w» Nan»imo     I
General News Agent
J. Stratman.
EMPIRE NEWS DEPOT
Cor. Washington & Sansome 'si5.
Han Francisco.
THE ADVI-KTISEIUs prepared to supply
wilb pumtunlity and celerity iheannrxtd
uewsptipera and periodicals upou the following
terms All orders, to receive immediate atteii-
tion, must be accompanied by cash remittance,
and handed in previous to the 4th, 14lh> and
24th ot each month.
London Daily Times $14 00
"      Ti>« Weld w.„ J4D0
"       lllu«tratt'd Time* „  7 00
'*       Wet-klv Timt'n        700
«       BrU'sLiie in London 14 00
«       Weekly Dis.pai«h 14 00
«       III. Newaoni.e W'u.ld 14 00
"       Public Opinion  1 60
'      Indvx (Frwlrnde) 14 00
"       III.   Sporting Sown  8 00
"       Spectator  14 00
»•       Rp-iew    (4 Oil
M       Saturday Review 14 00
Publli Nation 1200
Londui Illustrated News 14 00
Atltttt'-J Month I.-   SOo
Blackwood's Uagaziue y 3 00
H>arpr'5 Magazine , 3 00
Sixpenny Mugizme 3 Oil
Knickerbocker .%
PaviflcM >nt'-ly  ..•••• , 3 (K.
UodeyM^die* Bo(-k...r    \..Z 00
Millicit! Host (..«, 3 00
Continental MngMtne S 00
lUdam Pemorvst'a   nmhly 3 00
¥. I.etlie'* new Knmily Mne;»im* 3 00
CburoberB' Edinburgh   oumal , .4 00
IlunUll)-   paptrs, Once a   Week 6 00
" »'       All the Tear Round 6 60
Tlnckerav'B CornhillMa^ajiuo IU
Lon4on l.anret « on
R. A. Sala'i Temple Bnr R M
l,.utdnn SociMy  M»ffa»ii»e...» ,.«Od
St. James Magazine ,.o QO
Edinburgh Review , 10 00
Loudon    Review - \Q M>
NoitMlriiieliKeview.... l. 10 00
#Mtmin*tc r Ret iPW  ] 0 00
I-nnrton Art .Journal 12 00
HiR!BG&  ?ni.'Hin£M»u 10 00
I Winning   fttJtgr&pjj.
h
II
4
THURSDAY   EVKXI.NO, AUGUST 2, 18tS6.
TUE   .VEWS.
Our latest Engliih  papers are   up to
the 19tb of June, and are filled with the
Aiutrian-Prnssiao quarrel.   The Priuce«s
Mary wm  married on  June 12th.   The
ceremony is  thtu described by  the Spec-
tutor .—Tlie Princess Mary was married
on Tuesday noon at Kew, in presence ol
the Queea and  a brilliant assemblage of
magnates,    [l is reported that the Prince
of Teck looked "gullunt" and the bride
pale, bat that while he tnade the responses
iu a low voice wilb a foreign accent, bers
were   ondibl*   throughout    the   chapel.
The people of Kcw, by whom the Princess is greatly beloved, thronged to   witness tbe ceremony, and  the  congratulations from every  part of the country are
not of the pro forma order.   The  Princess is genuinely  popular,  nnd  the  fact
that she  retains  her   name, Princess   of
Teck being a lower title ihun Princess of
England,  has   been   repealed  in   every
newspaper iu the kingdom.   The newly
married couple jiropo<e a long tour  in
Austria before cettliu^ down in England
- provided always that Austriu continues
to exist.
Mr Kinglake, it is said, made one of
bis best pro-Austrian speeches in the
House of Commons ou Monday llth.
He charged Lord Russell with having
privately pressed on the Austrian Government the cession of Ver.etia, und gravely
censured the advice on the ground that
such counsel, however privately given, is
always known, aud this piece of advice
when known would enconrugo Italy in
her enterprise on Venetiu. Mr. King-
lake professed—not very successfully—
not to blame thn Italians. But it was
our duty, he mainlined, to do all in onr
power to check them, as the only way of
avoiding a great Continoutul war, and,
moreover, preventing an increase of
power to a mere vassal of Prince. He
thought the German quarrel about the
Duchies would not havo caused war without the Italian complication, and that we
had not done our duty in bridling Italy,
as we should have done.
To which Mr. Gladstone, in reply, admitted thnt England's belief thut the
cession of Venetia would strengthen Austria had never for a moment been concealed from 'he Cabinet of Vienna.—
Indeed it dated back from Lord Palmer-
ston's administration of the Foreign Office
in 1818. In the present position of the
German quarrel, he said, our sympathy
must necessarily be with Austria, and it
was therefore most painful to the Government to say anything likely to discourage
Austria in her present honorable altitude. Still, he could not forbear saying
that if Italy wished to engross a reluctant
Venetian population, as Prussia is said
to do in the Elbe Duchies, the Government wonld condemn Italy os bitterly as
Mr. Kinglake had condemned Prussia.
This remark was taken np later by Lord
Cranbornn, who cleverly turned it into a
weapon against the Reform Bill. Mr.
Gladstone, be said, never takes any account of rural populations. 'Ihe Venetian rural population may be, he intimated, oi rather tuggetted, fanatically
favorable to Austria, but the town population is enthusiastically Italian, and
bence Mr. Giadstono treats Venetia as
bowed in grief to the Austrian yoke.
Lord Cranborne, however, did not insist
on this bappy suggestion, but protested
absolutely against the doctrine that it is
wrong to hold down by mere force of
arms a reluctant and miserable people,
eager and competent for freedom. Such
a doctrine, he thought, would rid us very
soon of India, Canada, nnd Ireland.
"We doubt" continues the Spectator, Lord
Cranborne's facts. India and Ireland
are not competent, even if their best
classes are auxious, for independence;
and Canada certainly may have it precisely when she likes. But even if the
principle that the free choice of the people should count—we do not say for
everything,—but for very mnch in determining the political duties of imperial
governments, should cost as India, Canada, and Ireland,—India, Canada, and
Ireland would be a cheap price to pay
for its recognition."
The defeat of the Ministry is thus
spoken of in the Daily Newt of June
19th :—' The Government has not fallen
in a fair fight. It hus not been beaten
by tbe superior forces of an honest Opposition.    Tbe amendment, on a vital
clause in an English Reform Bill, which
tbey  have suffered  defeat  in resisting,
was  imrodueed   by  a  " LiberaP'  Irish
member, who a few  minutes   before  the
division  had declired himself a friend to
the Government, and affected to protect
against bis amendment being treated as
a party question ;  it was supported  by
the votes of many professing members of
the Liberal party sitting behind the Gov.
ernment bench.    Wilh the exception  of
Sir  Hugh  Cairns,  who male a special
pleader's speech against rental valuation,
and avoided as much as possible committing himself on the principle of the borough franchise extension, not a leader of
the Op|K>Mtion showed his face in front of
the   battle   last  night,  and Sir  Hugh
Cairns only showed the lawyer's, not the
statesman's  face.    Tbe  coming Cabinet
Ministers, who it is  presumed are  ready
to accept the  responsibilities  they  huve
s'uiibt, sat silent last night.    They knew
well enough that, apart from all quibbles
about " valuation," tbe meaning of this
amendment was nothing more or less than
the refusal,   though   not   the  open   aid
avowed   refusal,   to   trust  their  fellow-
countrymen who m'g'it be included   in a
£7 franchise: and the design, thongh not
ihe expressed  design,  to  raise  the £7
franchise, ns proposed   by   the  Government to a £9 franchi-e.'
New Advertisements.
WILSON  &  MURRAY,
GKOCERS,
Provision, Wine <fc Spirit Merchants,
BAKERS & CONFECTIONERS,
10UT ST., VICTORIA, V. I.
SniPPINO    SUPPLIED.
New Advertisements.
Wanted to Borrow
S500    JDOJL,T-,AJ£liS
ON   FIRST-CLASS   REAL ESTATE   SE-
curitv producing $G0 per month.     The
money would be taken for ine year at 1} per
cent, per month.
For particulars apply to
A. F. MAIN,
au 2 Government street.
M FRANCISCJCIG.1R STORE.
1ST If you Want the Finest -«
HAVANA  CIGAR
ON  THE  PACIFIC  COAST,
cni. ov
Augustus   F.   Keyser,
Government   street,  adjoining   tbe  San
Francisco Baths.
A  FIHE   HEW
STOCK  JOST EECEIVED.
aal
In the Supreme Court of Civil Justice,
Vancouver Island.
In  Bankruptcy.
In the matter of the estate of John  Copland,
. a   Dan- rupt.
The first day of August, 1866.
UPOV nF.ARI.NG JOHN COPLAND, AND
upon rending the Resolutions filed in
this Honorable Court on the eighteenth day
of July last, nnd the affidavit "of the said
Juliii Copland filed oa thii first day ot August
now current, and under clause 142 of the
Bankruptcy Act, 1862, it ig ordered that the
adjudication in Bankruptcy be annulled and
the same ii hereby annulled.
{Is.*.}
JOSEPH NEEDHAM, C. J.
an 2
TUE C. 0. & M. S. N. COMPANY'^
STE A-nVESIIIlP
3®
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»
CALIFORNIA,
JOSEPH   WILLIAMS,   Commander,
WILL   SAIL   rOB
SAN FRANCISCO DIRECT,
Monday,  6 th August
At 6 p. m.
For freight or passne*, apply on bnnrd or to
JOHN  P. COUCH,
Agent C.   0. *  M. S. N. Co.
IIAVANACIGAUS.
LEWIN &  ANTHOHY,
TOBACCONISTS.
47 Tates St., Brick Store
Next to Corner of Government St.,
BEG TO INFORM THEIR FRIENDS AND
t^e pntilic in general thnt ihey will con
stantly receive by every Btejuner a good as
lortmtotol Genuine > avsinu « iutti-N
and the Beit HraiidN wl' I ob.icco,
iinporttd direct for ilns market, so that they
nre ;ihie to -omnete wilh anyhrnseoa this
I.-land. either Wholesale or Retail.
N.   B—Special   attention will be paid  to
Cnunlrv orders.
IIE1MAN  LEWIN.     |     LOUIS ANTHONY
an 2
Jesse  Cowper,
B, E :&£ O -V A L.
The wtll known
FSTABLISHMENT
— or—
J. L. JUNGERMAN,
Has been retnovod to bis NEW STORE
JN   THE
Masonic   Buildings,
(iOVMlVllKltT   RTHEE7,
tiotobia, v. I. an 2
A. & W.WILSON,
Home and Ship Plumbers
CASFITTER8,
BELL-HANGERS & TINSMITHS
FORT   STREET.
All orders promptly attended to
tu 2
Wliolpsule and Retail Dealer in
BOOTS AND SHOES,
LEATHER,
—AND—
SHOE    FINDINGS,
TTATES   STREET,
OPPOSITE WELLS, FARGO & Co
At the old stnnd of Webster & Co., u
prepnred to supply the wants of tbe
public in bis line.
The Latest Stvles
Received by every arrival from En^'ar*
and San Francisco. au U
The Colonial Market
JOHNSON   STREET,
(OPPOSITE       OMENTAL     ALLEY,)
Will be re-opened on
Saturday,    August     4th.
The market will he constantly sup: lied
with the bi st quality of articles required for
tbe family table. Fresh supplies received
daily.
au 1 N. V. LANGE.
ii
The "arotto,"
OPPOSITE THE TELEGRAPH OFFICE.
For a plans of choice liquor go to the
" Grotto,"
There " nose but the best '' you  will
find is tbe motto.
Mint Julep?, Sherry Cobblers—everything
■ ■ cooling ;
Come ye that do thirst, you wf,l find its
no fooling.
Hi
NEW    WESTMINSTER
GAME   DEPOT,
YATES   ST.,
Next door to  tlie comer of Government,
opposite Zelners Drujr Store.
THE SUBSCRIBER HAVING MADE AR-
rnngfmi-nts to receive from different
parties the produce of the Island and country
will be prepared to lurnish
Game,
Fish,
Fruits.
Poultry,
Eggs   and   Vegetables.
and all in  their season, at the lowest
prices.
t6f Fraser River Salmon by each steamer.
jambs ai.m:\.
jy31-lm
Each
HIS  ESTABLISHMENT   IS   OPEN AT
ALL HOURS OF THE DAY OR NIGHT1
Oriental Restaurant,
YATES   STREET,
In connection with tbe Orientnl Hotel.
T	
THE    TABLE
Will be furnished with the best the market
affords.
Breakfast,
Dinner,
Snpper'
At moderate prices.
Oysters   in   every   Style.
Private Rooms for sm ill or large parties.
Call and jndge for yourselves. jy 30-lm
New   Advertisements.
IP.    O'D^ATYER
IMPORTER    AND   WHOLESALE
DEALER  IX
Oregon and California Flour.
Middlings, Bran. Grain, Butter
Lard, Provisions, etc., etc.
Families and the Trade supplied ou tbe
most reasonable terms.
No. 40 Government street,
NEAR CORNER OF FORT.
jy 29
"KrVAlXTTnD
TIIHF.E HOARDERS  AT $8 PER WEEK.
The best the market can afford placed
ou the ubie.    Apply nt the
BEE HIVE   HOTEL,
jy JO Foil street.
Sea Bathsi  Sea Baths"
25 cents.        25 cents,
THE UNDERSIGNED   BFGS LEAVE TO
inform the public tbat he has established
a first-class
Salt-Water    Bath-House,
Moored just above Douglas Foundry.
N. B.—Bathers taken to the Bath-house free
of charge, by boats from the foot of Johnson
street.
Dcty Between the hours of 1 nnd 4 p.m. the
Bath-bouse will be open for ladies only.
jy 18 JOHN   BBID.
J.   NAGLE,
shipping Mr ster and Commission
Agent-
pREWS RUPPLIED AT TIIE SHORTEST
\J Notice—Goods entered and cleared ttt
the Custom House; Manifests, Charter Parties,
nnd Bi Is of sale made out. Vessels bought
or Fold.
B®T Several small Vessels for sulo or
charter.
OrriCK—Bastion street, near the Police
Barraiks. jyl 7
TOBACCO PLANT
ARRIVAL OF ANOTHER CARGO FROM
Virginia & Cuba,
VIA 'ASPINWAI.r.,
Of the nest   Celebrated Brands nt
TOBACCO   &   SEGARS
EVER IMPORTED
Samples can be bad at tbe " ADELMT,"
corner Vales and Government streets.
I iil-o carry on th* business at my OLD
STAND on JOHNSON STRKET and WAD-
DINGTON ALLEY.
r. cinrBELL,
an 2 ADELPHI SEGAR STORK.
ST-   LOUIS   COLLEGE.
IN ANSWER TO CERTAIN INQUIRIES
made hy fathers and mothers or Inmilies.
we bave the honor tb inform tbe public tbat
St. Louis College will be kept open on tbe
same fcoting aB during the previous years,
and every possible care will be taken not only
to adorn the minds of the pupils with all th*
knowledge wbich a good education tequires,
but nlso to imbue them with bcbbJ principles
of honesty and morality.
The course of studies will comprise History,
Gc grnpliy. Arithmetic ancient and modern
languages, English, French nnd German, ia
short till the departments ot a complet*
course of instruclion.
The College will be conducted undir the
patronage of the ItightRev. Iiichop Demers,
by the Very Rev. J. M. Mandart. Superintendent, Rev. Chas. Seghers, Rev. W. Moloney,
Rev L. Hatipts and liielmrd Louis Pearce.
jy2ti l\v J. Mt MANUABT, V. G.
For San Francisco Direct
fPHE NEW AND FAST SAILING* SCH00N-
cr
HVTHSTEIW-A.,
To sail on or about-tbe first of August.
For Freight or PaBsngc, apply lo
E. B. MARVIN,
jy!3 Wharf streett
REMOVAL!
The Business of
TKQMAS WILSON k G0.
Recommenced    on
MONDAY,    JUNE
In their New and Commodious Stove in
19th
MASONIC     HZA.LL,
GOVERNMENT     STREET,
(Opposite tbe Bank of British Columbia,)
WITH   T1IEIR   USUAL
WELL - ASSORTED    STOCK*
INCLUDIN G
Goods received by last steamer,and comprising Silks, Shawls, Printed
Cambrics and Dress Materials of every description;   Long
Cloths, Sheetings and Quilts;   Velvets, Tweeds,
Lace Curtains. Damasks, Heps, Chintzes,
Gents', Ladies' and Children's
Hosiery and Gloves;
Trimmings, &c. jy 8
LONDON    HOUSE,
May ZOih, 1866.
Our Importations for the present season are now
complete by arrivals per EXPRESS this morning,
and the extensive shipments now landing from the
EASTERN CHIEF
Onr DRESS, MANTLE. SILK, SHAWL, MILLINERY, LACE. HOSIERY, DRAPERY, FANCY
and UPHOLSTERY departments are now replete
■with the newest and choicest goods. Either Wholesale or Retail customers will find this the best stock
we have yet offered.
jy a
LONDON FIRM,
J. P. Tunstall Co.
VICTORIA V. I.,
J. H. Turner & Oo. (gbcittug    <i tlcgrapb.
TUURSUAY EVENING,  AUGUST   2, 1860.
nm
COMMERCIAL
1CCTIOI    Sill.   TO-HORROH.
J. A. McCREA will sell at bis salesroom,
at 11 o'clock, a.m., by order of the importer,
Pott's best Engli-h Mult Vinegar [ Hams,
Bacon and Shoulders, Tea, Tobacco, Cheese,
Syrup, Raisins, and Case Gooods; Crushed
Sugar, Coal Oil, Straw Paper, and Virginia
Tobacco; also, at 12 o'clock, tbe Schooner
Nanaimo Packet.	
JWI..1IIIH XMIA.
Per stmr CALIFORNIA. Joseph Wi'limns.
Commander—Left San Francisco, July 28th,
1:30 p.m. Encountered strong head vladl
lasting forty-einht hours. July 30, IU:4fl a.m.
met steamship Oriflamme same day ; tit 1:32
met steamship Montana ; paBSed Cape Disappointment August 1st. 9 a.m. Arrived at
Victoria August 2d at 12:30 p.m.
PAISEDUEUi,
Per steamship CALIFORNIA, from Son
Francisco—W D Duncan and servant, A
I'ugol, J Lightner, James Moorrbead, Captain
C Oolliris, Rev Father Maloney, F C Stent,
Robert Burns, T W Price, John Wutson, W
Reed, H A Webster, L uis Levy, Captain
Cooper, Mrs 0 Dwyer, Mrs 0 L Faucell, M
Ehrenburg, .Mr Waiitell, Mrs Jane Riches and
3 children, Mrs L Lrl.tud, E Morgan, II Livingston, D McKing. Thomas Richardson, D
Turner, Wells, Fargo k Cos Messenger.
I tiPUKTS.
Par stmr CALIFORNIA, frfttn Pan Francisco
...1 pg hops, 7 pgs atgva, l'i" do flour, 06 do
hardware, '£00 do coal oil, I do groceries, I hay
press, 'ltt pu* laps, '} ilu clothing, 10 do eakoi
aud yami, 2 do cards, ti do lohucco, 0 do clutb
oaps, 20 do boots and slides, 2 do hoops, 4 do
ginger, I) do chow chow, l do medicine, 5 do
viuegar, 5 do chocolate, .01 do almonds, &c, 72
do cheese and butler, '10 do alcohol, 411 do
candles, 220 do soap and yeitsl powdeis, 12 ill)
boiler tubes, 2 do keys, ,'iU do peaches, 0 do
butter, 2 do glue and oil, 1 do iiniilitnl, .'> do
lard, Iii do rope, 'J do cheese, 01 do fruit, .17 'lo
onions, I) do dry goods, 2.0 do oil, IJ do shoe-lind-
ings, l do books, 210 do su^'ar, toliiicro, ke, I do
drugs, 11 tlo windlass, '2H do um<-lti> er.t, 2:J do
bonuetn, 1 do silks, 20 do coffee, 001 do candles,
ke.   Value, 27,529.
CONslKMIKS.
Per stmr CALIFORNIA, from San Francisen,
Bunster, Ehreiiheckcr, U Derhatn, I) Kdwards,
J A McUrea, Thin Sbotboldi, J II Pemberton, II
B Co, Welch and Greenfield, J Seilz, Tut Soong
& Co, Lewiu and Anthony, Ilraveriiiann, Lowe
Bros, J Lewis, S Baker, K wottg Lee, Corhintere.
J Cowper, A Bullock, II Mansell, Janion, Green
k Rhodes, Mooreliead, .1 Hanks, Fell, A 0
Morris, .1 S Drutninond, Protnis, Lohse, Pieketl,
Rothschild, Boscowitz, Wells, Fargo and Co,
Hihbett and Carswell, V. B Mnivtn, llodgers,
Myers and Co, Miller, II Nathan, Louis Lavy.
HHIPPINU i\ti:i.i.ii;kmi...
PORT OK VICTUMA.  VANCOUVER    ISLAND
ENTERED.
August 2—Sip  Lottisi, Culler, Cheniatiins
Schr Nor'wester,  Whitford, New Weslmin-
iter
Sip Harriet, Dwyer, Pan Jnnn
fatmr Cnliforuln, William?, Kan Francisco
0MABIO.
August    2—Stmr   Josie   McNear,   Crosby,
Port Angelos
Western Union Teligkapii.—The telegraph line is now completed to Fraser Lake,
•nd the chopping party are some way ahead.
The work is being pushed on vigorously and
it is expected the line will be stretched to
Ilocber de Iloriller, on the Skcf na, by the 1st
August. Parlies arc exploring the Skccna
river, and it is hoped the Stickcen enn be
crossed a short distance from the coast. Over
250 pack animals aro employed transporting
wire and supplies. About 100 pack animals
and the same number of beef cattle left
Qttesnelmouth on the 4th instant, for Fraser
Lake The boats bave already made two
trips to Forts Fraser nnd Stuart.—Sentinel.
A Ciiiep Justice in a Raoe.—The Caribot
Sentinel says that while the argument for a re-
bearing of the Borcalis vs. Watson enso was
being tried, and when defendants' counsel
rose to answer the objections made, Chief
Justice Begbie got in a pission, and shutting
up bis books, hastily left the Court without
making any remark. Such conduct, to sny
the least of It, Is very unbecoming to the
dignity of a Judge on the Supreme Bench.
Gai7.ii.va ih CAt.mianu. — A party of
tourists from San Francisco, rusticattug at
the Forest Honse, Santa Clara, ne>r tbe stage
road, recently disturbed a grizzly hear among
the bushes near tho bouie ; and his bearship.
affronted at the presence of a little dog, took
after tbe party, who made some tall travelling
to reach the house, in whieh they fortunately
•ucceeded, and the beat retired unmolested.
Faou New Wistmikstm.—The steamer
Alexandra arrived last night, nt 8 o'clock,
with somo 40 passengers and $260,300 in
treasure, $158,300 being for the Baok of
British North America, ond $102,000 for tbe
Bask of British Columbia. Among the passengers were Mr ssrs. Wm. Farron and Hus-
kinson, shareholders in the Davis claim.
f Steak Saw-Mill in CAiunoo.—The owners
of the saw-mill on Stout's Gulch bave purchased the machinery of the Quesnelmouth
steam saw-mill, and will erect it at the mouth
of Mink Gulch, three-quarters of a mile from
Jllchftcld. Tho mill can cut 10,000 feet of
lumber per day.
Do Tell 1 said Mrs. Partington, what a
wonderful convention that Atlantic cable is !
I'd send a photograph to London by it if the
price was'nt so high.
The Snaax Nevada.—We see by the San
Francisco Alia that this steamer was to have
left on Tneiday for Saiatlan and Goyamas.
The As.Mzr.s — A ''ourt of Assiz ■ and g'ol
delivery was held iMs Banting bttort Chie*
Jit-t , e N'-edli.-tiji. The Grind Jury, Mr. W J
Macdouald, foreman, found true bills against
Ah Ynn. the Chinatnun, fur rape, and I
the Indi iris in the NCttt murder case, and
witp then discharged. Ah Yan was then
brought up for trul. Tbe Attorney General
prosecuted, and Mr. Alston, at the request of
the Clii.f Ju-tiee, defended. His Lordship
went closely into the c-i«e, and the jury
brought in a rtrdict of gu Ity. The prisoner
was fieri sentenced to five years' pei al servitude. Tim, the Indian wilne-s iu the murder
case, was ue.it brought up charged wilh p.r-
jury.
European   Henm.
Fitoy San Fkakcisim.—The steamship Cali-
forn'a, Joseph Williams commander, arrived
to-day, at half-past 12 o'clock, with 26 passengers and a cargo valued at $27,52'J. She
bad a long passage, caused by head winds.
Among the passengers is Capt. Jerry Collins,
an old resident of this city, whose death our
morning contemporary reported a month or
two ago. Tbe fa'ifornia will sail for New
Westminster to-morruw morning at 4 o'clock,
and for S<in Francisco on Monday evening
next ut 6 o'clock.
Tnk Laov Gooiva procession took place at
Coventry, England, June 4th. Tbe Countess
was personated by Mai';. Banton, described as
" from the Royal Academy," who rode a circus horse. The pageant extended about a
mile. The city companies, attende 1 by their
fol'owers and banners, and the locul clubs,
Odd Fellows and Forestets, with their glittering paraphernalia, were well  represented.
Fuavcipation Oat.—The colored tesidenls
of tho ciiy celebrated Ihe Anniversary of
West India emancipation yeeterdav, by holding " pic-nic on tho grounds of Mr. Gibbs,
James Bity. Speeches wero made and tbe
ns-emblage onjoyel Ihemsc'ves "right mer.
rily."
Schooner List—The sehoontr Sacramento
loaded with coal from Antioch. sprung aleak
und sunk in seven fathoms of water, nt 11
o'clock on the night of July 20th. between
Martinez and Beoicla, Tbe crew had just
time to take to the small boat before she went
djwu.    The crew all landed at Martinez.
PoBLIO Examinations.—Examinations will
be held at the Lake District School lo-morrow
(Friday) at ten a. m. and in the afternoon at
South Saanicb, at two p. m. Tbe friends of
free education are cordially invited to attend
and judge for themselves of the progress of
the scholars.
Port or Entut on Puget Sound—The
Washington correspondent of tbe Bulletin
states that from and afier O -tober 1st Port
Town-end ts lo lie the port of entry, instead
of Poi*t Angelos.
Ai.BXANuiiE'h Gt-ovts—Messrs. J.H. Turner
k Co., London House, have received to-day,
by Express from Paris, a full assortment of
Alexandre's famous kid gloves, for which
they are the sole agents in Vancouver Island
and British Ot litmbia. *
Uxios.—The  U .ion   hill for V.iucauvor   Island   and   BriGsb Columbia  passed  its   first
reading iu the Commons on June 9th.
The Mails by II. Jl. S Sparrowhawk will
close this evening nt six o'clock, and the ship
will sail for San PrnnollCO at seven o'clock.
Licensing Couiit.—Titos. H. McCann obtained his lieense to-day for ihe Union Hotel,
Langley Street.
For Olympia.—The steamer Josie McNear
will sail to-uight at ten o'clock.
<IABIBOO   mimm;   HEWS.
We Imve the Sentinel of July I9tli nml
23 I, from wliicli w» tuko the following :  •
WILLIAMS   CREEK.
The principal claims tire yielding steadily ns per last reports.
Lttst Clmitee Company wasltctl np on
Wednesday 34 ounces, on Friday 04
ounces, on Saturday KIG ounces, yes cr-
tlny 22 ounces ; total for week, 22G
ounces.—California Go. washed oat fof
week 80 ounces —MofTit Co. expect to
get on pay this week.—Cameton Co.
wttflicd up for week 127 ounces, giving n
dividend, after paying expenses, of $100
per share.—Forest ROM <'o. wtishetl up
lor week 50 ounces—Ruby Co. washed
up 140 ounces for week.—l'rnirio Flower
Co. took out 130 ounces for week.—Dead
Uroke Co. worked 4 days last week ami
wuslied out 50 ounces, the caving ot their
ground has hindered them greatly.—
Prince of Wales Co. washed up for week
3D ounces.—The Davis Co. have sunk a
shaft 65 feet end are drifting. The Wutson Co. are tuking out a little pay.
IjROUSE  CHEEK.
The Heron Co. after running a Innnel
80 feet and losing bed rock commenced
sinking a shaft ; on getting down a few
feet they struck dirt that prospected from
$2 to $10 to the pun; these prospects
continued until bed rock was reached on
Satnrduy Inst ; the deplh of the pay
gravel is about 10 feet ; the company
washed up the tint, that was taken out of
Ihis hole nnd had 47 ounces.—Short Bend
Co. wash up on nn nverajre 18 ounces
every two days.—Ne'er-do-Well Co. huve
been annoyed lately in having to blast u
high spur of bed rock, but have now got
through and on Friday got a prospect of
$40 to the pan.—Shy-Robbiu Co. on
west side of the creek, are just starting a
tunnel; on Thursday they washed np a
little of the dirt on the rim rock and had
about 7 ounces of heavy gold, some of
the pieces would weigh $6 or $7, the gold
is of a paler color than that found ou tbe
other side of the creek.
A dreadfbl colli-ry explosion took place on
the Mth June ut the. Victoria Pit, Dukinfield,
j by  whieh   37   MffOfll   were   killed, and   19
' severely injured, out of 7(1 men at work iu the
, pit.
The cattle plague still numbers 900 victims
a week acccordiug to the last week's return.
I     The great annual ocean race  of the  China
' Tea Ships is a'.out coming off in Lon-lon now.
i The prize ia about £1000. (i5000)for tbe >bip
j Hint brings tbe first new tea to London.    It is
subscribed   by  me.chants in   the tea   tra le.
The Ki-ry Cran, Serica, Ariel,  Taitiing, Sir
Lancelot,  Taeping,  Chinaman,   Ziba,   Black
Prince,  and Young  Lochinvar,   are first  oa
the list.
The Tallahassie and Sumter have been told
at aucMon"tn Liverpool, by order of the U. ti.
Consul. The Tallahassie for £6400, the Sumter for £11JU.
THE   FtSIANS.
The action of tbe American government
towards the Fenians in the United States
gives general satisfaction. The London Times
eulogizes the Washington government, and
•ays:—"It would be impossible to exaggerate
the good Mth, the friendliness, the sincerity,
and the regard for mutual obligations which
hive prompted these energetic and decisive
measures. Thu American government has
acted in a manner which even exceeds anything that could reasonably have been expected from the mo't friendly nation." Tbe
article then expresses giatificalion that such
distinguished officers as Generals Grant nnd
Meade should have been sent lo the scene,
and siys these energetic acts of genuine
friendship will be long and cordially remembered. The Fenians are almost entitled to
thanks for haviog given the America s an
occasion for displaying their friendliness and
good feeling.
The action of the United States government in regard to the Fenian raid upon Canada i ave the greatest satisfaction in Inland.
Edward O'Connor, the lenian who stabbed
Winner, tha Informer, had been sentenced to
pen il servitude for life.
The Court of Queen's Bench, Ireland, decided that the trial of Serjeant McCarthy, for
I'ciiiiinisin, should proceed before the court
martial.
James F Cathcart, who was w!lh the Keans
in this country, supp'icd Ken's place lately
in London when Keen was ill, and played
Cardinal Violsev so well that many of the
auditors maliciously wished tuat " old Keun"
would be sick oftetter.
Ths Russian Gen. MotiravicfT, of unenviable memory through his conduct in the Polish
insurrection, has lately disappeared, and
there is every reason to believe that be bas
been assassinated by bis enemies, whose
name was legion.
General McClellan was last at Gemnnden,
nn the beautiful lake of thut name, near the
borders of Tyrol.
Il is rumored that Miss Bateman is to retire
from the stage.    Ill health is the causo.
A New Kttgland paper says that August
Belmont made over $2,600,000 by tbo late rise
iu gold.
The AKOU-AviRIOAtl Boat Hace. —
Tho preliminary proceedings for the boat
race between Jus. Hamill, of Piusburg,
U. S., nnd Henry Kelly, the champion
of the Thames, were settled last week. It
is agreed thut the rnce shall take tilitce in
the second week in July, on some river iu
Fnglaud, to be chosen by Hamill before
that time. The conditions are that there
shall he two races—one to bo rowed live
miles straight in one day, nml the second
rnCo to be rowed on the following day
two and a half miles out, round a buoy,
nml two and n-hnlf back again. The stakes
are £'260 a sitlt! for each nice, mukittg
ill Out) in the aggregate. The American
will receive £100 for his expenses in
coming over to litis country.
The Fashion Hothi. and Music ITall will
be opened this evening at 9 o'clock, when
Chaiiles Biiooks hopes his friends will not
fail to give him a call and sample hi-t fine
Wines, L qttors nnd Sigars. Every attention
shown to guests by tbe new attendants.     *
IIollowat's  Pills ano   Outhiit.—Oan-
gerotislliarrhn;.—The causes of this weakening disease being so vnriuus, and the nature
ot its attacks so changeable, fully account
for tho enormous number of its victims.
1'nder Holloway'a treatment the Source of
this complaint may lie in obseur ty and the
successful issue be still the same whether the
Stomach, liver, lurgo or small intestines be
tin- sent of malady, lor his Pills, judiciously
taken, and his Ointment, briskly rubbed on
the abdominnl walls, restrain tho excited
vessels and regulate each erring function, let
it spring whence it may.    Both   medicaments
ud'ircsi themselves directly to reproduce the
exact balance between sensibility and irritability, between ntoibtd and healthy pecretion,
between natural nml excessive excretion.
Ma. DlOlf PaLMM requests thnt orders for
teaching, playing and tuning Pititofortes, and
for instruction in Singing, may be left wiili
Qleesrs. Hibhen k Carswell, Stationers and
Booksellers, Government street, or at bis residence, near the lop of Fort street. *
Mb. ElaR begs lo announce to the Inhabitants ot Victoria that ho ha« lately received a
large assortment nf Children's Carriages and
Chairs, Fishing Baskets nnd Fishing Canes,
and a large quantity of Market and Trave lintr
Baskets, China Vases, Fnnry Goods and Toys,
al of which have to be sold on or belore
February next at greatly reduced prices
Guilds sold nt wholesale lor cost piices.     *
Ths NovF.i.Tir.s in tbe Silk trade this seaons
aro tbo beautiful Gros de Suez, Gros de
LondreJ, and Gros de Pekin. A choice lot of
these are for sale at the London House; also
a splendid Btock of Black Gros Grains and
Glac.es, from three-quarters to a yard and a
quarter wide, bought before tht advance in
the silk market. *
Mb. Fbekhan reques's us to state that he
is about to remove his Variety store from
Waddington Alley ond corner of Government
snd Cormorant streets to the large store on
So nson street known as the " Queen
Jaloon." *
Removal.—Mr. Hibben requests ns to state
that he is row removing bis bookstore from
tbe old stand, corner of Yates and Langley
streets, to the fine new premises in the Masonic Buildings, Government street, where he will
open in a day or two. *
Ma. I>. Lindsay, Accountant and Official
Assignee in Bankruptcy, 4c, tc, requests
us to intimate that he will remove his Office
to Captain Stamp's New Building, Government Street, on Monday, 30th Jnly. *
AUCTION.
TO-MORROW,
Friday,   August    3d.,
AT 11 O'CLOCK. AM.
J. A. McCREA,
WILL SELL
A-T   SALESEOOMS
WHARF STREET,
BY ORDER OF THE IMPORTER.
20 qr csks Pott's best English Malt Y.n
egar
—Hams, Bacon and Shoulder*
Tea, Tobacco, Cheese, Syrup.
Raisins, aud Case Goods.
ALSO
Ex Str. California
Crushed Sugar.
100 hlf bbls, Circle A, Crushed Sugar
MB
60 bags Peruvian White Sugar
A.tD
.00 kegs No. 1 S I Sugar.
COAL    OIL.
100 cases, ia Tins 5 gall each
STRAW    PAPER.
3 bales Double Crown Straw Paper
and other fresh goods.
AND
10 cases first rate Virginia Tobacco.
ALSO
AT 12 O'CLOCK, M.,
AT SALESROOM,
Assignee's  Sale.
ESTATE OP   MOSES   PHILIPS,
By Order of Mr. Atlamsnn, Assignee,
THE SCHOONER
"NANAIMO  PACKET,"
As she now lays at Messrs. Janion, Green
and Rhodes' Wharf, Store Street, 23 9 10
tons burthen, and well found la Sails,
Rigging, Boat, Anchor, and Chain.
TERMS CASH.
J. A. McCREA,
Auctioneer.
A
MAN FOR  HOU.JE WORK,
Park Hotel.
He.iron Hill.
Chains and Anchors.
TWENTY; TONS CHAIN
Short Linked and proved from J to J
AND
ANCHOES
From ao to 800 pounds.
New Adver;iscments.
"ROUND fI¥RNER"
IS TIIE NAME OF THE
JNT E W    SALOON
JUST OPENED I.V
Lnnulfy   street,   round   the
corner from Yntes Btrrct,
In tbe building formerly  occupied   by   tbe
Baleoa of Ebshhasot'i IIotkl.
Tbe  Saloon  bes  breu   ins cfnlly  refitted,
and will be«u;i[ilied with tbe
FIRST    QUALITY   OF
Wines   and  Liquors.
Tbe proprietor respectfu ly invites tbe public to call "ROCKD THE CORNER" aal
judge for themselves.
jy29 J ICOII    liEIIKIMER.
FASHION   HOTEL
A' U
Concert   Room,
The on'y Place cf Amusement in
Town!
-■pHE  UNDERSIGNED HAVING LEASED
L   these well   known  establishments, begs
leave to announce tint tiny will be
Re-opened on Saturday, July 28.
The former Billiaril Ha1! has been coavertcd
into a Concert Boom, where may always be
found attentive aud obliging attendants.
Best qualities  nf Wines, Liquun, ttttd Cigars served by the proprietor in person.
CHAS. BU00K3-
S@f Adbissios Fees. jy 28
UNION  HOTEL,
Corner Bastion and Langley sts.
THE PROPRIETOR  RESPECTFULLY IK.
forms the public,   that   the shore   named
Hotel   is   new   open    for   the   reception   of
Boarders.
Terms :
Board and Lodging per week $10 00
Boaid without Lodging 8,00
The Hotel
Ia JocMed in the mo^t centrnl part of Ihe cltj,
being in tbe Immediate vicinity of ibe principal Business HoUHl, tbe Tbenire and other
places of a&u3uuieiit in tbe city.
The Table
Will be supplied with all the delicacies that
our markets afford.
An early application is necessary as oily a
limited number of boarders will be laker, it
being the inlcntion of the Proprietor to do all
in his power to promote tbe comlort of those
wbo may favor him wilh their patronage.
REFERENCE   REQUIRIIX
T. II. Uc CANS, Proprietor.
Victoria, V. I., July Unto. 1HII6. jy 30
NOTICE !        NOTICE !!
tjiROM THIS DATE THE UNDERSIGNED
has concluded to reduce his price ONE-
HALF ; nnd hereafter the
FINEST WINES AfiD LIQUORS,
ALE,    BEER,   &c, &c,
Will be served ut tbe
"METROPOLITAN"
At TWELVE AND A HALF CENTS
per sample.
The pnblic wi'l plcise call and sample, and
satisfy themselves that the very best is to be
had at tlie above price.
T. J. BURNS,
Metropolitan Saloon, Store street,
jy 26
J7«
For Sale by
PETER M'QUADE,
Whurf strett, Victoria.
PRIVATE   BOARD.
Boatd   with  Comfortably
Furnished Bed-room,
Six Dollars per Week.
YATES   ST.,
Next   Door  to   the   Anglo-
American,
.]y2o
P
L.    BETTMAN,
►BALER IN PRY GOODS, GROCERIE!
BOOTS ANO SHOES, k., ke., ke.
IT 01ympii,W. T.
TO   LET.
TnE RRICK STORE, CORNER OF FORT
and Wharf street, TO LET.
Inquire of      THOMAS GOLDEN,
jy 22 Fort street.
EX   FIDELITER
A Choice Lot of Bacon
JaKt   Arrived-
For Sa'e by
ao 3
P.   G-illigau,
STORE STREET. J!
J
Facts   und   Scrap*.
Tbe Louisville Examiner tsxyt tbat Por-
ter, tbe American giant, lately culled at
tbe postoffioe in that city forBoiue letters.
Finding it impossible to inquire at tbe
ordinary window of delivery without po-
itstion bis knee*, be vtrv itHtiirally paeprd
ovar tlie top. Tbe clerk burst out with.
' Wbnt are you (loinif up there, boy f
Get down from there directly.' ' U tbe
Louisville mail io ?' inquired Porter,
meekly. 'Don't be climbing up there,
sir,'replied the nettled cleik ; 'get down,
and tako your turn at tbe window.' Porter tried again : 'Are there any letters
for James Porter T Oh, ah,' Kiisped H'e
worthy clerk, faintly, 'I beg pardon-
really didn't know—unusual place—very.
•No, sir, none to-duy.'
Miss Marlinean states that during tie
scarcity in ISiO, hundreds utc nettles nttil
other weed-, and without suit, which wits
then taxed 15s per bushel. It is believed
that at Unit period the persons who daily
washed ftotn bend to loot were extremely
tew. The Literary Gazelle says thitn
gentleman of that tune, who wns troubled
with uneasy Rensa.ini:« of the i-kin, and
had consulted physicians In vain, wus
advised by a friend to try soup und water.
The suggestion struck him us Something
novel mid a ute. ' Egad I' said he,
' that's not a bad idea,'
If ocelnte of soda is fused and allowed
to cool in presence of a limited amount
of moist air, it will not cryetalizo, but
assume a pasty consistency even al zero
Bnt it then exposed Ireely to dry air nnd
touched with a dry solid body, it will
suddenly 'set' in a mass of prismatic
crystals, and disengage so much hint thai
its temperature rises to 54 degrees,
Every nation that has a plnco in tbe
Paris Exhibition is to havo nl»o a restaurant where tho peculiar tastes of its
people aro appealed to. Polynesia w lo
be largely represented, und E.-qiiiiuuiix-
dom somewhat so. We may therefore
expect the most show uf blubber, ' slush,'
bird's nest fricassee and rut.
Lovers of strong tobacco fo.-smoking
may enjoy their fancy without imbibing
too mujli nicotine by pulling a little wml
of cotton soakud in tannin or citric acid
in the pipe-item. The smoke in traversing
this leaves so much of tho nicotine Ihnt
only two parts in seven pass through to
the mouth.
Every one has seen meteors shoot
blazing across the sky nt night. An
astronomer now reports the passage of
sn unburned meteor, which be supposes
was outside the limit of the earth's atmosphere. It was a dark hotly moving
with immense rapidity and visible only
by coming between himself nnd the moon.
An error in placing a fine dot which
fixes the length of a baso line in astro
mimical measurement, nmonntitig to
1-oOOOth part of an inch, will amount to
an error of 70 feet in calculating 'he
diameter of the earth, ■'lull milts in the
sun's distance, end 6r),800,00J iu the distance of the nearest fixed slur.
The English ironclads have the following Breeds at deep-draught and running
over a measured mile under iho mo-it
favorable circumstances : Warrior, 14 356
knots per hour; Black Prince, 13.804;
Defence, 11618; llealstanco, 11.834;
Hector, 12.3C ; Valiant, 14.633.
It is said the dance around the Maypole, in which the peasantry, of some
countries indulge every Spring, is the
trivial remnant of an old form of worship
with which the Rouud Towers of Ireland
were connected.
It is proposed to ma';e lucifcr matches
by putting the phosphorus on lirsl and
the sulphur over it. In rubbing the sulphur will break or wear off anil expose
the phosphorus to friction. Such matches
will not tuke fire so easily.
Another skeleton has been found in
England, which, from some accompany
ing pins made of bone, and supposed tn
have been used to fasten the dress, is referred to au age before the use of meial
for such purposes was known.
Tho Duko of Hamilton finding his
valuable herd of Ayrshire cows in danger
from the rinderpest, sent tbem down his
coal mines, where they enjoy perfect ln>
inanity from the plague which roges
above.
The Teutons have the largest brains
of any people, and the ancient Australians and Peruvians the smallest. 'Ihe
average negro brain contained nine cubic
inches less than the Teuton.
Ivory may be rendered quite flexible
by soakiug it in hydrochloric acid. On
drying it becomes hard again, but water
wUl now restore its flexibility.
Vanadic acid is worth $150 per onnce,
jet the clay bed which underlies Londou
is estimated to contain 303,443 tons.
Immense pressure will prevent ihe for.
nation of ice, because it. counteracts the
expansive property of water turning into
ice.
Id 1767 an Englsli cathedral wns repaired by means of a wicker-work scaffold,
constructed by nn ingenious tmskt-tmukt-r.
"WANTED
A  YOUNG   GIRL  FOR LIGHT HOUSE-
work, and to wait on table.
Apply to
MRS. ZINKE,
Tates St., between Government and Broad
hn
A New All OaAID Keocii is Mioicivs I—
Or. MaggM is he foundt. of a new Medical
system. The qu mtimrinas, whose vast internal doses entcehle the stomach and paralyie
the bowels, must gift precedence to the man
who restores health and appetite, with from
one lo two of his extra ordinary Pilli, and
cures the most virulent -ores with a box or so
ol his wonderlul and all healing Salve. These
two great spec lies of the Doctors arc fast su-
persuing•!' the stereotyped imoiniins of Ihe
day. Extraordinary cores by lUeeM'e Pills
and Salve have opened lite tyti of the public
to tbe inefficiency of ibe (so called) remedies
of others, aud upon wh'ch people have lo long
blindly depended. Hippiel'l Pilli are no ol
the class thai are swallowed by the dozui. and
of which every boi lull taken create! an ab-
«!>1ut» nece-iitv for another. On* or two if
Hnjrgicl • Pills suffices to place tbe lioprala in
perfect order, ton* the ituaath, 'reale an appetite, and render the spirits light and buoyant I There is no griping, and no reaction in
ihe form "f constipation. If Ihe liver is af-
fecte'1, its functions are restored ; and il the
twrVOHS eisiem is fertile, it Is invigorated.
This last quality makes the medicines very
d*-irable lor the wants nf delicate females.
Dleerotrt nnd erapiiv* dii>«»ses are literally
oxtingtiished by UM disinfectant power of
M igglel'l 9 tie*.   In fact, il is liere announced
ihat MnnKlel'a milium. Dyspeptic
and CM.nili :< PI'll cure where all
others fail. While for Burns, Scalds, Chil
hlnins, Cuts and all abrasions of ihe ikin
MilirirlH'* ."inlVfi is infallible. Sold by
j KA09ISL, 11 Pino "tree', New York, and all
Druggists, ut'25 eta per box.
New Advertisements
Alhambra
BILLIARD SALOON.
consul covemheu jyd tates tn.
TXP-ST-AJmS.
Entrance on Yates
Street.
Jv3-im
J. P. DAVIES & CO.,
AUCTIOVRF.ItS Si   COMMISSI)*!*   SIKH
ill l\T>.      balaaroom,     Fireproof    Stone
Building, Wharf Street, near 1'uteii.
Jfi^ Cash    Advances    on    Merchandise   for
Sale, -tea jy 2
New Advertisements.
RED LION HOTEL,
GOVERNMENT STREET.
ABOVE-NAMED    HOTEL   HAVING
EDEN",
I
'HE
been opened by
JOE
He will be happy io meet his Iriends on all
occasions, a.i   will furnish tlicnj witb
the best of
Wine?, Liquors, Ale, Porter, &c .
and Cigars-
DOARD AND LODGING PER DAY $1.
ff&~ Bagatelle and BkttftS.
Call and see the establishment.     JOE presides and keeps order. jy 10
stTloxjis   college
■WTJLXi     ■R.E-OI>EIsr
On Monday. 6th August
ly 6-1 in
Miscellaneoup.
Miscellaneous.
ustotioie.
MARTIN    BROS.,
WPOP.TERS  OF
Groceries and Provisions,
F1REPHOOF BUILDING,
LATELY OCCUPIED BY L'HOTELIER k Co,
WHAEP       STREET.
jy 6
Sporborg  & Rueff,
COMMISSION   MERCHANTS,
Importers and Wholesale Dealers in
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS,
Boots and Slioes,
Wharf street, Victoria, V. 1. jy 2
WILLIAM   LYONrf,
— AXD—
Commission     Agent,
On the Corner of
Wharf and Johnson Streets.
jy3-lm
CARRIAGE   PAINTING
IX  ALL ITS BRANCHES,
Yates Street,
Between Eeluge Engine House
and tbe Internationxl Hotel.
Work   solicited, and
reasonable teruia by
Jy 11-lm
done   on   the mosl
W. M. KEOHAN
WARM WEATHER!
ICE!   ICE!   ICE!
*     LUXURY  WITHIN THE  REACH   OF
l\ all, supplied hy
FORT STREET,
To say nothing almiit Ginger Beer, Lemonade,
or Soda Water wilh it.
Kjy The way to keep eool.
jy3
For Sale Ex Camden,
A   Triumph    of    Science
—AND—
THE  LIGHT   OP   TIIE   WORLD
DR. MAGGIEL'S
PILLS   & SALVE.
TTieift I/fe-ptvltiK remedi<»ii nr* now, for the fir t
f" p, (f v« pulu civ to th - w r '1. For over aijuaiter
fa century ul j i u nt. practice the ingredients iutbt-to
Life-Giving Pills
Hsv* he-a used wilh thn greiteiit meeea*. Their
mta»int i» ii tony tu >r«vvnt < !■ aae. but to cure
Thoy tt$ rch f,-j tli> variom BtftUdlffl by > h.cli tha
pHtlrtit  i* •ufTcring,  and re mvlgoratpa   t e    nilin:
syH'ltl.       T      III"   ;i 'fl   Rlld     nilil 111   ts  .I'lV  duies   of tilt AU
valnai/le PILLS will, rove to ho
A VERY FOUNTAIN OF YOUTH,
P r !■» tTttf ea«e  l'*ey »<1d  now life a vl  vita ity, ami
t   I    f-  Mir   >■•'    II      •:•'     ■■!•■■.,     Ir'N      riitiHt'  »l    tf.   T
the 'Min,.' mi ml di fed Ui.y will pr*>\e nvift in
v*lu Uf, a-  a   rut  y, MtotflC  and Iter In*  niedicin<i.
«re it a ilr-am NMIMu. tli it i''Uc«.de-I,>'on M>ugh
fur ttnc"   huuilr. fl   viart ago,  nnd  never  f Miid.    i •■
t.nk d for a I ut tain that would realore the o d tu
■. I,-, r andtnake < outli ever
An Eternal Spring-!
It nit IftT f«ir tlifi Aiy nn'l hour t« realire the dreitm.
and rhuw in one kIitiuiii fact Ibe uia^lc that hiiIl
ii Mr.
TUESE  FAMOUS  REMEDIES
Cannot it'V th" flight of yearn, hut they can force back,
un iioltl alaiiT, duvtnul hat mi lit tn mpli ov. till
ag d and the *AU)f. Lit n- ne hcmtite t.en, bu.
r.. IZ-- the Uvnritbie uj-purtunity IhatolTer*. When t*k«i
at pre.cibfd —
Fcr Billious Disorders
NoHii»f can le mor» p-oductlre of cure thnn theno
]>ill" —Their :il:ii<i-l m L'l ■ iu|] i-nre is felt at o ■< ;
und the iimihI cue niit«lil« i f t lit h in al dhir-Miii'
pstnfM* ai- remuvud. Theie rtuiidlei are made irom
the j'l.resi
VEGETABLE COMPOUNDS.
Th y will not harm the mod dollcate female, and
ra i bo m1 • d with guud effect io proscribed deaea to
the youngeal babe.
For Cutaneous Disorders
And all eru ti n^ of th* «kit>. Un SALVE fa mo-i invaluable. I; tl'ifi n t h>nl < xternally aluu-, but prn»"
tr«'«a wnh the moit a.arching eiL ct» to the vary icot
of tha tvtl.
Mrs.   Hein
KEEPS   COVSTANTLT   O.V  HAND  THK
Utest fashions in
Prices to  Suit the TimeSi
GOVERNMB>T    STR    I
It. I,.-...■!■ Fort nml Hrr-nghlnn. )y 5
HERMAN  SHULTZ,
—AT—
His Well Known and Old Established
Stand
The Government st. Boot Store,
Has just received per steamer
A   FINE   ASSORTMENT   OF
Ladies'  and   Children's   Shoes,
Which ho offers ut a very low price.
Miscellaneous.
USrOTIOE.
IT HAVING BEEN tlltCt'LATEf) IN THB
Town thut 1, the iindirsigiied, have made
ii Di ed or Ast-ii/nini nl lor the benefit of my
Creditors, 1 he^ uiosl positively to assure niy
I'titiid.- and the public that surh is not the
case, or ia it likely to be sn, and 1 am still
prepared to execute all commissions, collect
reins, debts, ke., with my usual promptness
and despatch.
PARIS CARTER,
Rent aad Debt Collector, General Agent, 4c,
Ho. 1 luiit.St., Victoria V. I.,
iy'Ul* Opposite "The Uall."
THEATRE
Photographic Gallery
(UP  STAIRS).
11 HIS GALLERY, LONG AND FAVOR-
I ubly known Iu Victorians and similiters,
hus hcllitltl iu the way of light, materials,
4c, and live experience of th« proprietor enables him to furnish Cartes de Visite, Ainbro-
types, and photographic work ot superior
.iui.-li unequalled by any other bouse iu town,
und nt ax low I'liiaEti as onicit kstablisu-
mknth churge for common and inferior
pictures—in tact nl prices to suit the limes.
Carte3 de Visite, - - $5 per Doz.
Out door work attended to  at short notice,
aud ou Ihe most reasonable terniB.
GEORGE    UOBINSON,
jy G Proprietor.
Receives by each steamer from  England and
Sua   Francisco
BOOTS     Sc    SHOES
OF   TUB
FINEST   AND  BEST QUALITY,
FRENCH   LEATHER,
— AND—
SHOE     FINDINGS,
At prices to correspond with the limes.
BRITISH    PERIODICALS.
Ho-lrtler, Bocker, and Antco-lnra Bitters,
Oregon filler In bids, and cites,
I tan t In casks, half-tasks and cisei,
Sauterne and California Wblte Wine,
French Alcohol 90 O.P.,
Eng. (Tquiit, Somm and Bollenger Champagne,
And In More a line assorlmmt
and Liquors inltable for   h
Brandy
Trade,
t&" Depot of Havana Cigars.
jj«
EUGENE THOMAS,
Yates street.
a
Chains and Anchors.
TWENTY  TONS CHAIN
Short Linked and proved from J to J
AND
ANCHORS,
From 20 to 800 pounds.
For Sale by
PETER M'QUADE,
h 'i3 Wbarf street, Victoria.
DR. MAGGIEL'S PUS
Invariably cure tbe following Diseases :
Atthmt,
BowflCorapIiIntj,
ICtmjtliN,
CliettD! *M*§t
Coi'ivt'oeM,
D.anh a,
Dm- it,
DAllttT,
Fe?er tnd Agt i.
Pemniti nnhtplaiot",
bet'lftclie,
Jlllll"     S'i.'ll,
ll'fl IP It,
Jn(lsmm  tinn,
-  In«ard Wialcneai^
U' fr Unmi'lai' t,
Luwiie^ofSi'lrlti,
Kini?worm,
Bhuuroat im,
Salt tlenm,
Scalds,
Skin Pi-erne*.
4^ NOTICE.— N'onegenrtne without tbe entrrarpd
traiie-mark To'tmi e-tch pot or boi, dignml bt DR. J.
MA(OIr,i,( 43 Fulton airui-t; Wtts lorlc, lo countarfet
whi. h ti (eluiiy,
*J- Sold by all raineetnble D3alen in Nfediclnei
throuirh'ilit the United fl-atea and Camda—at*26 eeuta
per boa or pot,
A. O. Langley & Co.,
Agents for Vancouver Island and British
Columbia.
The London Quarterly Rev'ew (Conservative).
The Edinburgh Review (Whig)
The Westminster Review (Radical)
The North British Review (Free Church)
— ASD—
Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (Tory)
The fo'ir ItPTiewi re-piiMichofi hy Mng«p«. ' roTT &
Co., nr-1 i*pn<T*ly to nth-id hk tioOtent Il'Vimv*,
unu BUrkwni'd tins l»pcti j'S'lv rHoed in Ihe ttiua
r ink- Whoever'Mbjibh en with r nd u.' |iti licntiotm of
tfttablMI, wh tcvrrimn he hi-* "en-ral i iTurin tthm,
ir'll fOO ■ bo nltovilher i-ebiitd th« time in winch lie
'ivon—'ind in t lii'Kc t iiiMn a pffoimiiy noon pet veiy
Tnr bRl'ini. Tbey tn<y de read nnd itudieil with AiU
vania. e by xlm puopie of tliin comtry, ol' every creed
and p<irty.
iar ni,\CKW00T) ii liniiBnalli' attrantiTe at IhU
time tn Ann-iir/iiiH, not only fir it*. ««rt 1 arti'Mei hy
ill tinnuiih"d wrltcri «r Hal) n, but for h« ftAeiQOtof
»he lat« elvH w r now hcing wittte;i ly C I. Von
D'irke, a (if man officer, rlii.f.  f-htall  io Gen. J. E. 11.
mart, of the Confederate army.
TERMS   FOB   1866.
For anyonn  of tho Iteviewa $( per annum
Fur arn twoof ibe Knvirwa  7 ''
For nny Ihrntof the Ic-tlewi 10 «•
For all four of tht* Rerh-WH 12 "
Kt)a tllacUwo-d*i Majnx ii'  4 '*
For Blackwood and  on« Rev I w  7 •'
For  Uln lw ml nrid any (wo of tho   lie-
vt«wi jo "
For fUckwod and three of tho Reviews..13 •
For Blackwood and the four Uoviewi 15 "
CLUBS.
A discount of twenty percent. wi'T he a*lnwed to dubs
cf four or more perrons. Thus, four c pies of
Mlarkwood. or ofon*» ' cviev will be went in one address or*l2 60. Konrct.pifiof the four Bevlewa and
Blackwood, for $48, aud so on.
POSTAGE.
When sent hy mail, the Postagi to my part of the
Unit'd t tei wi 1 be ui tirenlt-innr cent-i a year for
" lackwoop," and but tight centa a year for each of
the ItevtewB.
Re *'iiced Prices for previous years.
Subscribers may ohtnin 'he Repaints immeoiately
preceding 48f.6, hb loll, wi, viz. ■:
Blackvoood from S ptf m er. 18'4. to December, J8C5
Inclusive, at the rate of $2 bO a yoar.
The North British frrm Jtmiary, 1803, lo Tleremher
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p il. 1H64, In Dee.emte', 186', iiielu ivv. nnd Ihe
London Quarterly lor the yenr 18' 5, at tbe rate of $1 50
a year tor each or any    evt-w.
j&- A few copies yetrtimin nf nil the four Reviews
for i863 at $4 a set, or ^ 1 10 for any one.
LEONARD   SCOTT   &   CO.,
Publishers, 33   Walker Street. JV.  F.
L. P. & Co-, alto publish the
:f-a.:r:m:f:r's gs-xjide
By Hctbt Ptkpfihss, ef Edinburgh, a^d the la.e J. p.
NqHTuv, - f Y le i.HrM. 2 vols. Roy»i Ojlavo. 1C00
pxRe9,nt d noiueiou*  Engrai in^,.
Price $7 for  the  two vohtme.-by Mail, poet  paid,
p oa jy28
TIIE   ONE  THING   WANTED.
HOLLOWAY'S PILLS;
The Blood. M
TIips? ftimcnB- pills nre so composer! thi^
tliey operate wbolepomely on tlie stonm«h, ibo
liver, the hnwuls, nml oilier or^rnnsj by correct-
inK fttty dernnjEements In their functions,
wlierchy ft Btcmly sujtpl.v of pure mnterinls lor
thu tciifwal ot the iih) ii is iurniphed, mid n
eontsiniit ftbgtroeiioa of efl'ete products is effected. This perfect circuitition thus becomel
tlie very ftnatuin of liealih nnd lile, nnd overcomes nil form of uiacuse wherever its Bitua-
tion.
General Disorders of (he  IJver
and  StouaaeU.
All who ever indnlfrf1 n* tnble, either in ent-
net ^r drinkinp, should tukenhout ten of thes-
famous p'iIIm ftt bed time, from whieh will tee
suit a clear hend Hnd pood stomnch the ft.ll <w-
iiiK moroitip. Thousands of Ladies are always complaining of sick hondachea, want o
appetite, want of enrm , and want of sirenpih,
lo correct all these evils, ihreeor fuui ol those
PUla should be taken twice » week, when ihey
would give the i a valid jh- htullh tnul it]»]'Ciii«
of a plouphman.
rcmalCN of all Ape** and i llaiMt
Olistructionrf ol any kind, either in younp
or those between forty and fifty--th" most critical peiiod of life—may be radically remo. ■'dt
by iii-inp these Pills according to the printed
directions which accompany each box. Vounn
persons with sickly and sallow complexions
may have the bloom ot health restored by this
corrective, wi iclt purifies the blood and expels all proHS and impure humors from Iftcftys*
tern. Beware thea of the critical ape froa
lorty to hlly, as it sends many thousands to
premature grave,—these Pills should be takes
it that period of lile two or three tin.es »
\eek
Want   of Strength and ;Energy.
Persons of sedentnry habits, or those troubled in mint], working in Factories or Con\
Pits, who canno: obtain that amount ot frepL
air and exercise which nature requires, Btiller
from weakness and dtlilily, lowness of spiri*
nnd want of appetite. All sucb should take i
Jose or two of tbeae Pills every three or tout
days, as they act gently and effectually on the
system and impart vigor and energy to tbe
body, wbich is always followed by a good
appetite, sound and refreshing sleep, and *
high flow of spirits.
For Ilic  Cure of Dropsy.
The cflic'cy of Holloway'a Pills in Dropsy
is extraordinary. They act with sucb a peculiar effect upon tho system, that the fluid?
Causing thii direful complaint, are percpptibl
carried otT and prevented from any furthei
accumulation' The sufferer regains a buoyancy of spitits and rejoices in & completely
renovated constitution. It is indispensably
necessary that the Ointment should he moet
effectually rubbed into the complaining parUi
during the whole course of treatment.
Children und their Allmentr*
In no country in the world nre more children
carried to an early grave than in Great Britain.
Coughs, Measles, Scarlatina, Fevers, and other
Jiseases attack the little sufferers, spd demit,
but too otten, follows at a rapid pace ; jet if
at the first Btage oi these complaints, parents
were to have recourse to Hollowny's PilU. all
danger would be ;u ni<bV. for the etomncb
and bowels would oe gently but eTectuallj
rleanaert bv this mild aperient; the depraved
numors corrected ana iue secretions du'17 regulated. A perfect cure would "00a bfl effected, and the i'ttle patient restored to soun''
health.
Holloway* Pi. r ve ths best known remedy in tbt
world M the following: diseases:
Sold a* the lm,*t)iisliment of Protestor Holloway, ?•)!,
strand, (near Teniele Bar,) I. inlon ; als" by all re»pect
alile Dnigtriit'7 anil Dealdrn in Mr icin.B il.irntlmut iliw
civilized world, nt tlie inllontng p:ices—Is. l>rf., 6. Pi,
In. (al., lis., 22*., and 33h each box.
A-.'lie Female   Irregular- Serofu'aorKiop l
Asthma
It lot
Evil
BilliouaConiplaint*
FVver of all kind^
■"ore Throata
Fita
-tone and (irava
Rlotcliei    oh    the
• out
.Secondary t-ymp*
i-kin
Head Actio
torn*
Bowel complaiats
Indige-tioB
Tic- Do lore ux
Colica
Inlianunatlon
Tumors
Constipation of tb*
Jaundice
Ulct-ra
Bowla
hiver (Complaints
\>i.ere*l     affei-
f'miR'tnii Mon
LlllltulgO
liona
n.'hi ii v
I'ilcg
Worms    0 f   •
Oropsy
Kiteun attain
ktnda
Oyacntrv
Kci'iition ef Irine
Weakneap     frnm
Kn si]n-las
whatever wuM
***   Tliere ia   a
considerable  saviu
g by  taking th<
irgeraizes.
J'irecti'ins for tli
guidrnoe of pat it
itt In every d-nr
der are affixed to er
nil liox.
■   _
Printed nnd Published by McClubb k Co.
tie office, Langley Street.
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