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New Advertisements.
fftkgratf
VOL. I.
VICTORIA,   VANCOUVER   ISLAND,   THURSDAY   EVENING,   JULY   19,   1866.
NO. 15.
THE
"EVENING TELEGRAPH,"
nffUUUU)
Everv   Evening at  4   O'clock,
(Saturday and Sunday evenings excepted.)
ALSO IVISY
SUNDAY    MORNING!
* I'l-Ji: MS  OF   Si 'list HI I'TION I
I'er Annum, in advance, by mail, $10 00
lor six mouths.      6 00
lorvV-ek, payabl. to Carrier,        24
M_gl.Cop)es        10
For terms of Advertisement apply at the
Office. Langley Street*
M (7IV14 II'*f.
Bye-Law to Regulate the Sanatory Condition of the City.
BYE-LAW.
We, the Mayor and Councillors in Council
convened, by virtoeof tho power and authority
vested in us by An Act to Incorporate the
City of Victoria, passed the second day of
August, .i.D. 18G3, in the Twenty-sixth year
of the reign of Her Most Gracious Mnjcsty
Qu.cn Victoria, entituled, " The Victoria Incorporation Act, 18D2," hereby enact as follows :—
I. No pei son or persons occupying any Messuage, Shop, Building or other Erection, or
any Land or other Premises within the city,
or if there shall be no occupier thereof, no
owner or owners of any Messuage, Shop,
Building or other Erection, or any Land or
other Premises within the City, shall have or
permil or suffer to be in oron his, her or their
Messuage, Shop, Building or Erectiou, or any
Land or other Premises as aforesaid, any
ditch, gutter, draiu, privy or ash-pit emitting
noiious or offensive effluvium or smell, or
constructed so as to be a nuisauce to or injurious to tho health of any person ur persons,
or any swine kept ao as to be a nuisance or
offensive by reason of the stench thereof, or
any dung, manure, refuse, offal, ashes, filth,
or other matter or thing emitting noxious
or offensive effluvium or smell, or any anima',
vegetable or mineral matter or thing alone or
together with other matters or things in a
state of fermentation, putrefaction, decomposition or decay, or emitting noxious or offensive effluvium or smell, or permit or suffer
any Messuage, Dwelling House, Shop, Erection of Building whatsoever within tbe said
City to be in i filthy state or infected with any
kind of vermin or dirt or emitting noxious or
offensive effluvium or smell; Provided, how-
over, that no per or. or persons shall be It-,hie
to any penalty for tbe infraction of the Bye-
law until he, she or they slmll have received
notice from the Mayor and Council in manner
hereinafter mentioned, and until he, she or
they shall have neglected by the space or time
the-ein mentioned to abate or remove the offensive matter or thing noticed in such notice
and therein complained of, or to do the act,
matter or thing required of him, her or them
by hiii U notice within the space of time limited
by such notice.
And whereas it is expedient for the good
government of the City Unit a Sanatory Commission be appointed, and to ennble such Commission to inspect, order the removal and report all nuisances within the laid City ol
Victoria;
Therefore be it enacted by t e Mayor and
Coir cillors of t'ie City of Vict ria. with the
consent of His Excellency the Jovernor on
Her Majesty's behalf:
II. From and after the passage of this Bylaw the Mayor and City Councillors may from
time to time nominate three members of tho
City Council to act as a Sanatory Commission
for the purpose of inspecting, ordering the
removal aod reponing all nuisances and other
matters, tbe continuance of which may be
deleterious to the public health.
III. The Commission shall perform their
services gratuitously
IV. The Commission shall have power to
ent<-r any Messuage, Dwelling House, Shop,
Building or other Erection or Land or other
premises within the City, and whether or not
the same be occupied or the curtilage of any
of the same, and inspect the condition of the
same between the hours of eight in the morning and eight in the evening.
VI. No person or persons shall permit, after
duo notice in that behalf given, any animal
or vegetable matter in a decomposed or
putrifying condition to remain on the premises
oocupied or owned by him or them.
VII. The Commission on behalf of the Mayor
and Council may notify any person or persons
on or occupying any messuage, dwelling
house, shop, building, or other erection, or
the ttttfllage of any of ihe same or other land
or premises within the city, or if the same be
unoccupied, then tbe owner of any such messuage, dwelling house, shop, buiding or other
ereption, or the curtilage of any of tbe same or
other Und or premises within the city on
which any matter or thing may be done, permitted, or suffered, contrary to the intention
of this by-law (according to the form of
schedule A. annexed) to remove such nuisance as before mentioned, or to close up, purify, cover, or cleanse any well, cesspool,
drain, privy, ditch, or gutter, or otherwise to
abate or remove the matter or thing noticed in
such notice as in their judgment shall seem
meet by giving noiice in writing, (us per
schedule.aforesaid) eigned by two or more of
the Commission on behalf of the Mayor and
Council, specifying tbe act to-be done and the
time in which the same is required to be done,
«u,els notice may be given to the occupier or
owner  of such messuage, dwelling house,
shop, building, or other erection, or the rur-
tiluge of any of tbe same or of tbe land or
premises in the city, or by leaving tbe same
at bis, ber, or tbeir last knowu place of
abode, or by fixing the same or a copy tbrreof
on some conspicuous part of the premises.
VIII. In tbe event of any Messuage, bbop,
Building or other erection, or any Und or other premises within ths City being unoccupied
and the owner or owners thereof neglectiug or
refusing to be able to remove any matter, or
thing done, permitted or suffered, contrary lo
the requirements of tbis Bye-Law, either absolutely or in the terms of any such noiice as
aroresaid, duly served as aforesaid, within the
lime ia that behalf specified, it slmll be lawful
for two or more of the Commission, on behalf
of the Mayor and Council, or their servants or
agents in that behalf, to do the act or acta,
matters or things, lequired to be done or par-
formed by such neticc at the costs anil charges
of the owner oi owners of au _> Messuage,
Shop, Buildingorothcrerection or any land or
or other premises, tbe said costs and chnri es
to be recoverable by action as work and labor
done and money paid by them for the use of
such owner or owners as if done at his, her or
their actual requestor in such other form as is
proper iu law.
SCHEDULE A.
To the Owner
NOTICE is hereby given tbat you are required within days from the date hereof to , and in default of so doing
you will be proceeded against under tho provisions of the Municipal ByesLan to rcgulaii-
ths sanatory condition of the City, 18116.
LUMLEY FRANKLIN,
Mayor of tbe City of Victoria,
this tenth day of July.
William Leioii, Town Clerk.
Heroism anp Catastkoi-iik,—The
Courier oj St. Hyacinthe records the
sad, but reinurkable circumstances of a
disastrous fire at St. Liboirc. As a train
of the Grand Trunk was passing, through
this locality iliirinir the night, a young1
gentleman, Mr. Bachnnd, noticed that a.
house was on fire while the people seemed
not to havo waked up. lie urged tbe
conductor to stop the train, or at lenst to
slacken it, but met with a refusal. The
courageous young man leaped, however,
from the cars, bro!ce his leg, and yet crept
to the burning house, which was that of
Mr. Urgele Desmarais, merchant. The
family were all nsleep, as Mr Bachand
had supposed, and he roused them just in
time to save their lives, with one exception, that of a young lady, U2 years old,
a niece of Mr. Desmarais. She has perished in tho flames, and the Coronci lias
returned in reference to her a verdict of
accidental death. Mr. Buchand certainly
deserves a reward from the Humane
Society of England.
Every minister who has been a mic
ccssor can bear witness to the i..fl ctions
that must be borne for some mouths at
least, from the oft repeated and tedious
and unprofitable descriptions nf his predecessor. It is a staple of conversation until the subject is wont threadbare.
New Advertisements.
THE iP-IO-TNTEE!^
ICE CREAM,
—FROM THE—
PACIFIC TELEGRAPH HOTEL,
IS AGAIN IN THE FIELD.
qiHE PROPRIETOR IS PREPARED TO
JL supply, as usual, his customers, parties,
balls, etc., at moderato rates.
PACIFIC TELEGRAPH HOTEL,
jy3 Store street.
WARM WEATHER!
ICE!   ICE!   ICE!
A
LUXURY   WITHIN THE   REACH   OF
all, supplied by
ALEX.    PHI_L.I_.IPti.,
FORT STREET,
To say nothing about Ginger Beer, Lemonade,
or Soda Water with it.
jy3
tSf The way to keep cool.
J.    SPENCER,
HOUSE AND SHIP
IF L XT TsA. _B E IR ,
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.
*j7 6    I
New Advertisements.
The "C-rotto,"
OPPOSITE THE TE .BGBAPH OFFICE.
For a glass of ciio  o liquor go to the
"Grotto,"
There  " none bct    -is best '' yon  will
find is the niott<
Mint Julep?, Sherry C ''biers—everything
cooling ;
Come ye that do thirst, you will find its
no fooling.
Jy 2
THIi
EVENING TELEGRAPH
^AN FRANCISCO CIGAR STORE.
tSef If you Want the Finest ~m
HAVANA  CIGAR
ON   THE   PACIFIC   COAST,
CAM.  OK
Augustus  F.  Keyset*,
Government  street,  adjoining   the  San
Francisco Baths.
A   FINE   NEW  STOCK  JUST  EECEIVED.
  hi
EX  FIDELITER
A Choice Lot of Bacon
Jusst   Arrived*
For Sale by
iy 2
P.   Gilligan,
STOKE STREET.
EXPRESS LINE STAGES.
-~piIE COACHES OF THIS LINE W.\ L
JL now run regularly, leaving Yale, U. C
on
Monday*,
Wednesday*,
And Fridays,
AT 7, A. M.,
FOR    HAVANA'S    F i: It It Y
I Hit; Bond Route), until the completion of the
road, when they will go to Savana's Kerry,
The Coach for Curilioo .vill leave Yale on
Honda".
jy 2' F. J. BARN\RD.
J, P. O-WIES & GO.,
Ai 1 irii\ i.i-'ts <V  (ii)niissiiiv   MKR
CHANT*.      fettle.room,     Fireproof    Stone
Building, \\ 1.1.1 f Mrc, t, nejsr Ynt* ■*.
Cash    Advances    on   Merchandise   for
Sale -Wl jy J
JUST  RECEIVED
Viiillt.il '.Inian.ir   for 1866,
Bietrlchscn k Han ijr't Royal do., do.,
I.ate Admiralty Ci   tt Charts,
Whatman'. Iirawl ? Paper,
Endless and llonii   il Drawing do.,
Penni's Tietalllt '   marandums,
mathematical Inst;   mtnta,
Copying Presses
Brl.
Blotting Paper,
Perforated Board
Tissue and Wrapping Paper.,
Wrliln; Pedis and Folio.,
Arllsl's Male rials,
Photographic lllmni-,
General stationery, Staple and Fancy.
hi
IIIBBF.\ !. f AR>Vi U ,
MERCHANTS'
Mutual Marine
INSURANCE  COMPANY
OF SAN FRANCISCO.
OFr-ICB .—N. K: Cor. Front * California Sta
Capital, S$oOO,000_
A REBATE FROM RATES OF PREMIUM
charged, will hereafter be made by this
company, a. large as allowed by any respon-
•ible Company or Agency doing busiuese in
Ibis City.
This Company is engaged Exclusively n
IVIarine Insurance.
WAR RISKS TAKEN.
A!   lossei paid  promptly in United State,
t-old Coin.
JAMES P. FLINT,
j/ i Pretident.
ESTABI.ISIITIEIYT
Langley Street, Victoria,
The  Printing  Office
OF THK
EVENING
TELEGRAPH
Office ia replete with every appliance
and variety of material for the
Execution of
LETTER PRESS   PRINTING!
In all its branches, whether
Plain or Ornamental
Miscellaneous.
Charles  Bernard,
Manufacturer and Dealer in
im CHARTRES COFFEE.
And Spices ol all kind*,
*foi 707, Sansome street, corner Gold,
BetwMdBackson and Pacific.
thirst Premium awarded by the Mechanics' In-
TUtile, for the best Cofinand Spices,
<
Tbe proprietor having introduced Steam
1'OWer in his Manufactory, ha mow increased
facilities to supply the trade and tbe public in
_r*Beral. All articles from bis Establishment
•*re guaranteed to be pu>e and unadulterated.
1rbe puMic are respectliilly invited to call and
fsonfiuce themselves Country orders prompt!/
Attended to. jy 2
(SEWING MACHINES,^
'Pill.   OFFICE   AIMS   at  securing
JL suet apeedy Execution of orders aa ia
consistent with correct and elegant Work-
manship,
Orders received for Printing
Book.,
Pamphlets
Catalogues
Sermons,
Report)
Rentals,
Leases,
Law Forms tf every
description,
Bnsiness Cards,
Invoices,
Bill Head),
Trade Forms,
Circulars, (Plain   or
Coloured,)
Hand   Bills. (Plain 0*
Coloured,)
For Prices,   apply   at the  Offioe.
Langley street,
EEMOVAL.
TF. SWANWICK A CO. HAVK R*-
• moved to Wharf street, opposite tP*
Auction Rooms of J. P. Daviei 4 Co., whf"6
tbey will conduct a General Commifai^a
business, in connection with the
Shipping: Office,  as   lierctofor™'
ISLAND AND OTHER PRODUCE
Will be regularly received, and
O  W      S  A L E 1 ,
—TTi. Staler M.u hi*, is the onlr Msrht*_* ttast
*U «w sll kinds of cloth witi sll kin-ij rftM-1
Sta.' 75 ,ooo-&t
MACHINES  SOLD  IN TWO  YEARS
The almost incredible increase in tbe iftl
the Singer Machine during tbe past two years
is owing t» the popularity of the LETTER A'
TRANSVERSE SHUTTLE Family Machine,
vrMoh wa. introduced in 1800, since which'
time it ha. earned and established a reputation for family uses equal to the celebrated
gianulacturing machines ol tbis Firm, wbich
are generally acknowledged, even by dealers
in otiier Sewing  Machines, to be unequalled
I for inch pnrpo.es.
L    H_r.NO OTHER Family Sewing Machine*
has suet perfect and improved appliances for
-Raffling, Hemming, Binding, Felling, Tucking,
' Qatbering, Guuging, Braidia., < or   ng, Q   it
'?!_____
I tt%W A11    oersons    requiring    nfonnatioet
arbont,«urSewlnrMachines,their, uses, Prices
Working Capacities, ,n_   ._e best method 0
purchasing, can obtain iv.v sending for a cop'
of tha
SINGER   MANUFACTURING   COMPANY i
II ILLUSTRATID   PAMPHLET,
Which is entirely devoted  to the  subject.   I
will be sent gratis, with specimens of work.
Local Agent* wanted in every Town.     .
WILLIAM BRODRICK
General Agent tor tbe Singer Manf g Co.
 jy^
General News Agent
J. Stratman. _.
EMPIRE NEWS DEPOT
Cor. Washington & Sansome sir
Han Francisco.
TK ADVT.RTISERis prepared to supp
wilh punctuality and celerity the annex
newspapers and periodicals upon the followit'
terms All orders, to receive immediate atte
tioii, must be accompanied by cash remittani
and banded in previous to the 4th, 14th, a ..
14th of each month.
n-
Londoo Daily Times $14 00   3.
"      Th. Field  11 00 '
"      Illustrated Time. » TOO™
"       Weikl; Times        7 00 O,
"       Bell's Life in Lnnditn 14 00 ey
'      Weekl) Dls|*aich 14 00   ,_
"      ill. Sewson.,o World  1400 "s
•*       Public Opinion  "60
'      Index (Free Trade)..... 14 00 to
**       III.   Sporting News  6 00
"      Spectator  14 00 _
"      Ks'irw  1400 I.
»      Sulurday Kevi.w 14 00
rniW-. Nati.n WOO 	
!.'.tvlu    IllustratiM! News 14 00
Allatl'J Monlhl. sou
Bl.c_w..i<r. Mairi/.iiit'  3 00
B*.rp -i'* M.u' i/in.* _. 3 00
Sixpenny Magizme _. 3 on a
Knlek,-rli"ck"r  	
PacineM mt'ily •••*..
_*mJ.v'*1 .lilies Book....  	
_lu.ii il Boat 300
Co.linetit.1 Mapaaine .3 00
Jtad.m Peinon-st's * ontfaly ..300
F. Leslie's new Farnil. MairssiDe  3 00
Clia-ibers' Edinburgh   ournal I oo «
Mefttuly   pap.rp, Onoe a  Week 6 00 I
•' "       AH tin Year Hound 5 Ofl'*U|
Thsrkeray's Corahill Magazine 6 0C
1   ->■   n Lancet 6 00
8. A. Sala's Temple Bar 6 00
I,oin!(tn S.'C.ietv Magazine 6(n)
M. James Magatine fl 00
BdlitburBh Review 10 00 _„
I. Ion   lleview 1000 TO
s. i th liritishlleview 10 OHies,
f,. hi He* lew 1000
iiilon An  Ji uroal .120C
_ \   Snieliint* Map 100C
,e
...3 on
...3oc r
...30.1
...soo»-}
At their ttore.
jya
Cheap and Easy Washing.   _1_
THE   EXPEDITION,    EASE,   AND EC(
OMY   witb   which the •• Family Wa.'
may be accomplished, by using 9
HAill'KI.    TWKI.VKTllEES'       *■'
OVrCKSOTK  SQA5? PQWBXB
it truly surprising I   Scarcely any rubbintlfi,
required, and a little child may use it.
Sold by   all Storekeepers in Penny Packt
ami wholesale bv Harper Twelvotrees' Bre -
ley-by-Bow,   London.   Wholesale  Agents       ■
Vancouver Island,
6. JA.VION.GREEN, at RHODES fi
J*7» Attempted Murder of a
Informer.
Fenian
II
(Strtnhtg   &.e.Ugrap{j.
THCRSDAY   EVENING, JULY 19,
m.
8 =
aiNAPOLIJUV    AlYO   THE
PEAK WAR.
l<M.
3
KFa.O-
u
. The most important Furopeau new* ft
jjreceived on the war question we lay before
dfOiir readers to-day. Prussia and Italy, at
gtm:_;bt hare been expected, hare refbted
P'tuj armistice proposed by Louis Napo-
pleou, aud are pushing the war moretigor-
w on.*'v than ever. Tbe Austrians, fancying,
lino douiit, Napoleon would speedily take
•I possession of Venetia, hare evaciated
I Lombardy and retired acroas the Mincfo,
«and tbe Italians havt crossed the Po. It1
a,iu quite evident that Louis Napoleon, witb |
ttbis usual wile, baa been negotiating tt
tlcretly witb tbe whole of Abe powers at
['war. If Prussia wero OTten by Ans-
,tria, we have ngWoubt be bad bis attist-
aj anco for I'cimSU at the expeuse of thtl
stBbine provi ces ; if Italy were defeated!
Ttt>y Austria, Sardinia would have been thei
liv,
Not
Tprice for Napoleonic  interference.
that Austria bas sustained a most cruhJ
DOiDg blow, and fearing for her Uermanie io-|
biiluence, if not indeed for ber dynasty, the'
Ttoffera Venetia to Napoleon, in order that
Ttaly may be checked by tbe French, audi
t^the whole of the Austrian  army left at
pajliberty to deal witb tbe  Prussians.   Tbe
nablunder Austria appears to have really
*t8made is tbe concentration of tbe best part
..of ber army ou tbe Italian frontier, In —|
olfStead of meeting Prussia, as we previously
rolintimated,   in tbe German  States.   Byl
to leaving these small principalities to con-
■'"tend with her enemy she virtually handed
.tbem over to Prussia, and allowed  tbat
wMpower a  foothold on  Austrian territory.!
pieWe now see tbat not enly Silesia and Bo-
shihemia have become battle-fields, and the
..e(very capital  of   Austria menaced, but
geltbat   the   Prussians   are pushing their
is forces   through     Bavaria    into   Aus-
poitrlan   Tyrol,  so   that   a junction  may
|n8be   effected   witb   tbe   Italians.    Tbis
lsr *
q,( seems    to   be    tbe    great   strategical
]eann.-.t'ient and our telegrams give pro-
llemise ol its success.    Garibaldi is advanc
pot ing on 1 /rol with 50,000 men, and He
'other portions of the Italian <".">y b»»»
ovc again assumed the aggr»»8ive, and have
tba crossed tbe Po. -t' is hy no means im-
periproKiiio therefore that a junction will
to /shortly be effected between the Prustieti
*bl troops and those of Victor Emanuel. So
t* mnch for the relative positions of the three
hooPowers- But a fourth power is now ad-
'Aided to the imbroglio. Tbe unscrupulous
wai cunning of Lonis Napoleon bas enabled
'at' France to get bold of Venetia, to plant
herself right between Italy and Austria,
wo. and make the Gulf of Venice and the
The Adriutic generally us much Flench as tbe:
to "Seine—that is if Europe or Italy will]
'eoallow it.   There are turning points in the;
nationalities struggling for freedom, at be
drikbtt in calling himself, be will be a
OH of national vampire, fattening off the
He-blood of oppressed peoples. We
have, however, too much confidence in
Mapcleou's shrewdness to think tbat be
wtti run these risks. We prefer to believe be bas laken Venetia to baod it over
to Italy, probably in exchange for Sardinia. Tbis, although eudangering the
peace of Europe in another quarter, teems
tbe most likely solution of affairs. Io tbe
meantime Prussian success promises destruction to Austrian influence in Germany, and future events will no doubt give
tbe wily Napoleon another opportunity lo
add to the European territory of France.
New Advertisements.
Sea Bathsi  Sea Baths!!
New Advertisements.
For  Portland Direct.
THE FINE SCRKW STEAMER
25 cents.
THE  t.'NDE
infirm tbe
a first-class
25 cents.
P» KFGS LEAVE TO
'that be has established
Salt-Water    Bath-Honse,
Moored just above Douglas Foundry.
N. B.—Batbrrt taken to the Bath-house free
of charge, by boats from the foot of Johnson
street.*
tuf Between the hours of 1 and 4 p.m. the
Bath-house will be open for ladies only.
jy 18 JOIIA    RE1 If.
Obronicle copy
A   MAN FOR HOUSE WORK,
direi
rapj,career    of    tbe    fortunate    diplomatic
lary schemer as well as tbe most successful
giviigambler, and this last effort of Napoleon,,
JJ|*8 have no hesitation in hazarding tbe
and Pre("'ct'on> wi". if not relinquished, prove!
___rhis ruin. Italy cannot, dare not, alio/;
O'd Franco to come in and rob ber of not only
withher national dream, but what was certain!
jfj! to be the fruits of her warlike labors ; and
Con6we question very much if England and
The Russia will permit the cession as they did
magi that of Nice and Savoy. Napoleon nowj
ty'threutens every European power. He1
jenc has already shown his contempt for thei
a0(- treaties of 1815, and he has made himself
rests as much tbe dictator of Europe as bis
is a :nncl'i was in the most palmy days of thei
j^Boonparte era. Diguified neutrality will
rest i*"e Put t0 B aeyero test; for tbe Freneb
this |Euiperor shows no nervousness about car-
he mirying out bis programme. Already tbe
want telegrams inform ns a Commissioner has
in hei'5eea   sen'   ,0  ta'£e   POSS68S'on   >n   tbe
a ieatname of Franco of the fortified places
cannoof Venetia,   and tbe   French   sqnadron
his pain the Mediterranean have got orders to
=aproceed to Venice to hoist the  French
flag on all   the ports on the Venetian
coast.   Victor Emanuel has refused  tbe
T,H^armistice proposed by Nupoleon, unless
DeposiPm^ia accepts it, and Prussia persists in
Briti8hwar-   T|ie fntnre is therefore more menacing to the peace of Europe than ever.   If
jy<) .Louis Napoleon insists on retaining Vene-
Ztia, and consequently interferes with the
■^success of  the  Itah'an cause,  be raises
CO_V_*,a'y aSaiuBt nim' and eTery liberal-minded
man iu Europe ; risks revolution lo
1 France, for tbe French people are too
(jJJQ mnch imbued with sympathy for liberty
and tbe Italians to accept this "Napoleonic Idea ;" aud throws himself open to
Wharf t]je almost certain assassination by tbaO^r.
bonari.   Instead of being tbe friend o(
jy i*
Park Hotel,
Beacon Hill.
School  Examination.
THE   PUBLIC  EXAMINATION   OF   THE
Young   Ladies   of St.   Ann's   f'onvent
School  will take   place nest   THCRSDAY,
commencing at nine o'clock in tbe morning,
jyir td
NOTICE
CO-PARTNERSHIP.
BfJNSTER
HAS THIS DAY
ENTERED INTO
Partnership
WITH ALL LOVERS OF
GOOD   ALE
jy 17-lm
L.    BETTMAN,
DEALER IN DRY GOODS, GROCERIES,
BOOTS AND SHOES, 4., ke., ke.
Olympia, W* T.
Jy't
Rifle Volunteer Corps.
GENERAL ORDERS.
TH_1   JORPS WILL PARADE AT JAMES
Bay ou Thursday, 19th iustant, at  6 p.
m. SHARP, to ma- ch to Beacon Hill for camp
service.
Full Uniform.
2. Attendance is compuisory, but should
any Member be prevented by good and unavoidable cause from going luto Camp, he
must report accordingly to the Adjutant with
application for leave of absence.
3. At the Quartermaster's and Commissary's Offices on Governmeut street Members
will see tho orders as to camp equipngc required, and receive all other information necessary.
By order of the Captain Commandant,
J. GORDON VINTER,
J/1' Lieut, and Adjutant.
J;   NAGLE,
Shipping M. ster and Commission
Agent-
pREWS SUPPLIED AT THE SHORTEST
\J Notice—Goods entered aod cleared at
__J i,"S,i0m Ho"8e; Manifests, Charter Parties,
and Bi It of Sale made out. Vessels bought
or sold. ■
charter
Or.TIOI-
Barracks.
Several small  Vessels   for   sale
-Bastion   street,   near
tho  Police
jy"
"FIDELITEE,"
CAPT. II. C. KBSKINE,
Wiil sail from Brodrick's Wharf, Tor tbe
above port, on WEDNESDAY MORNING, at 8
o'clock, carrying treigLl and passengers.
For particulars apply on board, or to
J. P. COUCH, Agent,
jy io Wharf sireet
For San Francisco Direct
■THE NEW AND FAST SAILING SCHOON-
A   er
To sail on or about the first of August.
For Freight or Passage, apply to
E. B. MARVIN,
jy!3 Wharf street.
I* E _&___ O V A. I__
The well known
JEWELRY ESTABLISHMENT.
—OF—
J. L. JUNGERMAN,
Has been removed to his NEW STORE
IK   THE
Masonic   Buildings,
OOVBftHIElIT   STREET,
VIOTOBIA, 7,1. jy 2 l
In the Supreme Court of Civil Justice
Vancouver Island.
THE BANKRUPTCY ACT, 1831*
T RICHARD WOODS, BEING THE CHIEF
1, Registrar of the said Court, do hereby
certify that on tbe sixteenth day of July, instant, a certain deed or Instrument bearing
date tbe 26th day of Juno last (I860) and
made and executid by and between George
Jay, James Chestney Bales and David Browne,
Copartners therein described, 'rading under
tbe style or firm of JAY k COMPANY of the
one part nnd Thomas Lowe therein described,
trustee for himself and ihe rest of the creditors of the said George Jay, James Chestney
Bales, and David Browne of tbe other part,
being a deed or instrument purporting to convey all the copartnership estaie and effects of
the said George Jay, James Chestney Bales,
and David Browne to be applied for the benefit of the creditc-j of them the said George
Jay, James ChcBtncy Bales, and David
Browne as if ihey had been from the date
thereof duly adjudged Bankrupt, was on th,*
said sixteenth day of July and at the hour of
10:30 in tho forenoon of such day brought
into my office for registration, and was duly
registered pursuant to the provisions of tho
Bankruptcy Act, 1801.
Given under my hand and Seal of the Supreme Court of Civil Justice at James Bay,
Victoria, V. I., this sixteenth day of July, A.
D., 1866.
RICHARD WOODS,
Chief Registrltr.
Robert Bishop,  Solicitor,
Langley street, Victoria. jylG
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 he offers at a very low price.
Receives by each steamer from England and
San  Francisco
BOOTS    <Sc    SHOES
or  TBI
FINEST   AND BEST QUALITY,
FRENCH   LEATHER,
—AND—
SHOE    FINDINGS,
At prices to correspond with the times,
jy 12
Queen Charlotte Coal Mining Co.
(LIMITED )
Notice of Meeting.
'THE THIRD ORDINARY MEETING OF
L Shareholders of this Company will be held
in the olflce of tbe Company, corner Broad and
Tr mice s ride, on Wednesday tbe 18th day
o! July instant, at 11 o'clock sharp, to ro<oivi,
quarterly report and transact gtu.ral business.
J. S. WILLIS, Secretary.
Corner Broad and Trounce sts.,
July 8tb, 1866. jy 19-td
RED LION HOTEL,
GOVERNMENT STREET.
rpHE   ABOVE-NAMED   HOTEL  HAVING
J, been opened by
■JOE     EIDElSr.
He will be happy to meet bis  friends on all
occasions, and will furnish them with
the best of
Wines. Liquors, Ale, Porter, &c*.
and Cigars*
BOARD AND LODGING PER DAY $1.
tHW Bagatelle and Skittles.
Call and see the establishment.     JOE presides and keeps order. jy io
NOTICE
Ship Mohawk, Capt* Davies, from London
NEITHER  THE   CAPTAIN   NOR
the undersigned will be responsible for any debts that may be contracted by tba crew of the above ship,
jjlo HENRY NATHAN.
Agent for the vessel.
REMOVAL!
Tho Business of
THOMAS WILSON k 0Q.
Re-coumienced    on
MONDAY,    JUNE    19th
In their New and Commodious Store in
M_A.so2sr:ra   hall,
GOVERNMENT      STREET,
(Opposite tho Bank of British Columbia,)
WITH   THEIR   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, Twecls,
Lace Curtains. Damasks, Reps, Chintzes,
Gents', Ladies' and Children's
Hosiery and Gloves;
Trimmings, &c. jy 3
BEE HIVE  HOTEL,
FORT   STREET,
VICTORIA,    V.   I.
EDWARD   R.   THOMAS,
Proprietor.
"ALWAYS   ON   HAND."
LONDON    HOUSE,
May '60th, 1866.
Our Importations for tho present season are now-
complete by arrivals per EXPRESS this morning,
and tho exttnBive shipments now landing from tho
EASTERN CHIEF
Our DRESS, MANTLE, SILK, SHAWL, MILLINERY, LA E, HOSIERY, DRAPERY, FANCY
and UPHOLSTERY departments aro now replete
with the newest and choicest goods. Either Wholesale or Retail customers will find this the best stock
we have yet offered.
hi
LONDON FIRM,
J. F. Tunstall Co,
For Sale Ex Camden,
Hostetter, Bocker, and Angostura Bitters,
Oregon Cider in bltls. and cases,
Claret In tasks, half-casks and eases,
Santera, and California White Wine,
French Alcohol 90 O.Ps,
Eng. Cllqnot, Jlumm and Bollenger Champagne,
and In Store a fine assortment of Brandy
and Liquors suitable for the Trade.
tsr Depot of Havana Cigars.
jy«
EUGENE THOMAS,
Yates street.
VICTORIA, V. I.,
J. H. Turner & Co.
THEATEE
Photographic Gallery
(UP  STAIRS).
'THIS GALLERY, LONG AND PAVOR-
1 ably known t<> Victorians and strangers,
has facilities in the way ot light, materials,
ke., and the experience of the proprietor enables him to furnish Cartes de Visite, Ambro-
types, and photographic work ot superior
finish unequalled by any other house in town,
and at as low pricks as other establishments charge for common and inferior
pictures—in fact at prices to suit the times.
Cartes de Visite, - - $5 per Doz-
Out door work attended to at short notice,
and on the most reasonable terms.
GEORGE   ROBINSON,
jy« Propriet ■■■
(gbeiung   Crlcgrapj}.
THURSDAY  EVENING, JULY  19,  1866
St. ABB'- School Liaiuluuliou.
The examination  of this  popular School
took place to-d»y  in the presence of a large
concourse   of   spectators.      The   temporary
structure was picked   as  closely   as   space
would allow, and yet the visitors were so interested in the proceedings that few  left during tbe entire examination.    The platform on
wbich tbe p ipil* were examined was taste-
fa ly hu*'g round  with specimens of some of
the  young  ladies'   anisic taste  and handiwork.    The first was a dog chasing a pheasant, by   Miss  Cecilia  McQuade ; the  second
was a boy and a laiuli ; the third a dog running   after   a   bird, by the   Misses Huston;
tbe   fourth   was   a   pheasant   on   a branch
of roses, by Miss M. A. Murphy ; the fifth was
King  David on his  throne playing  the barp,
by  Miss lit ley ; tbe  sixth a  cockatoo on a
bunch of roses, by Miss Aune McQuade ; and
the seventh a reckless-lui king  boy, exciting
the appetites of some  hungry   chickens  by
munching a piece of bread, by   Miss  Ma;g c
Leigbtou.    Three of the pictures were specimens   of   raised workmanship.     Altogether
tbey were  highly creditable to the  pupils-
some of them  indeed shewed an unusual artistic finish.    Besides  these there were numbers of beautiful specimens of bead and othe
ornamental  work, emhricing cushions, slippers, baskets, and ariclca of apparel.    As tbe
examination will not be completed until some
time after we go to press, we postpone givin*.
a detailed   description of it till  to-morro
We may, however, thus briefly summarise the
proceedings so far :
Tbe morning exerc'.ses commenced at nine
o'clock, end embraced classes of the younger
?upils in geography—physical and political.
he answers returned showed considerable
proficiency. Then followed arithmetic with
the same result. The grammar class got
along very creditably. Next came recitation,
which, as might be expected, was rendered in
rather low tones; but tbe children seemed to
have their parts well. The musical exercises
elicited much applause from the spectators,
some of the duets being remarkably well rendered, wben we consider the youth of the performers. The French class read very fluently
and with a tolerably good accent and pronunciation. Ancient aud modern history brought
out the faculty of memory very well. A
litt'e after twelve o'clock there was a
recess, and at one the pupils assembled on the
Slatform iu good order, ranged according io
eight. Tastefully dressed and tbe embodiment of good health, tbey presented a
very pretty spectacle. A recitation was
deliverel by Miss Mayer, in a rather low tone
but with clear enunciation. A piece of music, with the words in Latin, was then sung,
iddicaling considerable preparation. Some of
the farther advanced pupils, including Miss
Leighton, Miss Ann McQuade, Miss C. Wat-
kins, Miss Luumeister, and Miss Mayer, were
then examined in grammar, geography and
arithmetic, and showed much proficiency
After this a duet by Miss Galley and Miss Ann
McQuade was performed on tbe pie no to the
delight of the audience. A very amusing
little comedy, in which Miss Marks, Miss Lau-
meister, the two Misses Lichlen.iteiu, Miss
McOann, and several other young ladips appeared, was then given, to the immense satisfaction of the junior portion of tin* spectators
Then followed a duet on the piano,exceedingly
well rendered, by tbe Misses Lichtenstein.
A play, in French, enacted by Miss McQuade,
Mm A. McQuade, Miss Galley, Mis   Marphy,
Mis. Mayer and Miss- i , was  next  prc-
sen ed, thi proficiency of the youn, ladies in
the language being very noticeable. A Duett,
by Miss Watkins aod Miss Leighton, the latter accompanying on the piano, followed, and
was much applauded. One of the most interesting features of the examination now ensued:
■ome forty little girls, some of them hardly big
enough to toddle to the stage,ranged themselves
in two ranks nnd sang " My Mother Dear" in
chorus very sweetly, and with such feeling as
quite carried the audience with them. Recitations from some of ibe elder scholars, Misses
McQuade, Galley, WatkinB, Murphy, A. Mc-
Quado, Mayer, Leighton and Allard, were next
given, and with much fluency and sweetness,
Miss McQuade especially enunciaiing with
mnch clearness and feeling. A piano duet
between the Misses McQuade came next, executed with much skill, followed by a brilliant
solo by Miss Teresa Lichtenstein. Another
recitation by Miss McQuade was excellently
given and much applauded.
The examination was still going on wben
we went to press.
For New Westminster.—Tho steamer Alexandra sailed for New Westminster at 10
this morning. She carried some 30 or 40 passengers and about 140 tons freight, the largest
TELEGRAPHIC.
To-day's    Despatches.
SPECIAL TO THE ETEILIG TELEGIUPH.
Napoleon takes possession of Venetia—Prussia and Italy refuse
an armistice — their Troops advancing ou Austrian Tyrol—
Battles in Bavaria—Garibaldi
at the bead of 50,000 men.
■he has yet taken up. Sixty tons were Telegraph Go's stores from the Onward. Among
the cargo was a large freight-wagon for Messrs.
Brans Bros., of Cariboo.
Heavy Iron Work..—Messrs. Spratt k
Xreimler have nearly completed a new boiler
for tbe RussiansAmerican Fur Company's
steamer Constamine. The boiler will, when
finished, weigh over 20 tons, and will be tho
heaviest ever placed in any vessel in tbe
oolony.
Police Court.—The wages case of Whear
against Turgoose came up from yesterday
Mr. Bishop appeared for Turgoose, and objected tbat the suit was irregularly brought.
The Magistrate adjourned it till to-morrow.
School Exihinations.—The examination
of the Craigflower school takes place tomorrow, commencing at 10 a. m. The examination of Mrs Wilson Brown's school will
be held next Thursday.
The Fioeliter-Alexandra Case.—The
judgment for $6000 given by conseut in this
ease does not include the sum realized by the
sale of the Alexandra.
Fortifications at Esquijjalt.—We hear it
stated that the naval authorities are about to
commence the erection of two batteries at
Esquimalt.
Sanatory By-Law.—On our first page will
be found the Municipal By-Law to enforce
sanatory regulations in the city.
Launch.—Capt. Stamp's new steamer will,
it is expected, be launched from Mr. Trahey's
shipyard next week.
TBI Supreme Court did not sit to-day.
European.
Nkw York, July 17th.—The steamer
Pereire from Havre, via Brest the 7lh,
has arrived. Prussia and Ituly have re
fused an armistice. The Italians have
crossed the Po. The Austrians have entirely evacuated Lombardy and retired
across the Mincio. Florence journals tie
'•lure that if the Austrian troops evocnate
Venetia to march against tbe Prussians
the Italian army will pursne them closely
until a junction is effected betwen tin
Italian and Prus«ian army. They believe
in the immediate resnmption of a cunipui/i.
which will be continued until tbe Austrian
monarchy is dismembered.
The Preset of the  1th says the cession
of Vonetia to France is complete and definite without any  other  condition on the
p.rt of Austria, except  as  to  tho  withdrawal  of arms  and munitions  of war
found     on     fortified     places     within
forty-eight   hoars.    The   whole   of  Vc'
nctia  will be made French territory, and
it   will  depend  upon  the  good  will   of
Franco to keep or part with it.  The Italian Government will have to cease immediately every act of  hostility  ngititist Venetia,  it  being  French territory.    The
French Commissioner is  going at once to
Venice to assume its Government iu  the
name of the Empire.    Orders have been
issued  for the  French  squadron  iu   the
Mediterrunean immediately to proceed to
Venice and hoist the French flag, instead
of tbe Austrian, upon all  ports  on  tbe
Venetian coast.     Tho   Presse says, furthermore, that King Victor Emmanuel hns
not at once acceded to tho armistice proposed through  France ; ho alleges as bis
reason that he desires  to consult his ally,
the King of Prussia.    The A.ugsbcrg Gazette says that Bencdek  has demanded
30,000  reinforcements.   The same paper
bas a report that the  Archduke Albert
as been appointed successor to Benedick
Tho fortifications of  Vienna  were  being
increased—500 guns are  now in position.
The  Prussian _.*my debouching  from the
Electorate of Hesse bas entered Bavaria.
A fight occurred at Meiningen   on  the
the 4th between a Bavnriun corps nnd the
Prussian army uuder Ftilkonstein—no particulars.
An Eisenach despatch of the 5th, says
some detachments of Bavarian troops have
been driven from Hcrisfield. A corps of
the Prussian army has ontered the Austrian Tyrol and is moving towards Ca-
lias. Garibaldi's headquarters aro at
Novate. He had about 50,000 men under bis command; they are not completely
equipped, but armed, and have plenty of
ammunition. Owing to the appearance
of Garibaldi the war is likely to assume u
peculiar character, gome of the Tyrolese
priests have roused up a portion of the
peas-ants by representing the Italians as
bandits and Garibaldi as an anti Christ.
w ie'her it was a go Me i a gander which bad
been stolen. How ofiei no we find similar
characters in different t uati .lis ttill true to
their instincts. I can pi .ure to myself a veritable Mr. Jiiick* among
under arm, wends his i
our streets to his high!.*
aod this brings me to ei.
fici.il- are justified in
paseH belonging to the
private residences; if so
all work
View* or a Spectator*
My Dear Mr, Eoitor—It is hut fair that
being one of the many beaded monster I
should be allowed to hiss my plaint at the
actors in the pleasant little farce which is
being carried ou in tbis colony just n.iw,
especially as I do not hold a diploma to add a
nostrum in the Apothecaries Hull of the
country for general salvation. It is a Heaven
born privilege to us "who sell things" to
clasp the hand of approval when a passage is
well delivered or the bye-play is well done,
no matter at what our opinions are estimated,
there is a theory that men resemble the lower
animals in disposition, and that their features
in consequence derive a similitude to the particular species in which similar instincts are
moBt prominent; and even birds have their
prototypes in the human form ; whether a
profound 6tudy of this has aided our great
authors in the knowledge of the human heart
is not known, but certainly it is wonderful
how true we are to our instincts in whatever
position we are placed in life. Who is there
amongst us who has not felt the truthfulness
of the characters delineated in the " Pickwick Papers"? we who have dwelt in
country districts can all recall to mind
a George Nupkins, Esquire, a tyrannical
blustering ignorant magistrate, who would
rather be decidedly wiong than undecidedly
right, with a Mr. Jinks who has attained
kn wledge from sweepi lg the office ot the
country attorney until the advent of the appointment of clerk or private secretary (by the
mark) to the nowly elected magnate. Ab,
well do I recollect a dozen ridiculous stories
of such men in their official capacity. I knew
a case of a man pleading guilty to stealing a
goose, but the Justice gave bim tbe benefit of
tha doubt, as the prosecutor could not swear
us wbo, with boi.ks
ily course through
responsible duties ;
lire whether our of-
arrying books and
iblic offices to their
. mink it a proof of
and no play, and tbe usual consequence will be inevitable unless the colony
looks to it. Tbe least that can be done is to
allow each department to have its book bearer,
• nd public security demands tbat a suitable
•[■'ink or portmanteau should be made for the
puipose. Or, stay,—is it that policy dictates
the circuitous route through the streeis, bearing ban books aod a mass of papers before
the vulgar eye to impress it with the importune,* of a certain staff. If so, the portmanteau
would be open to objections, as the aforesaid
eye might prove some day tbe contents—a
vacuum. Cymro.
The Farther in the Deeper.—Our contemporary is still wallowing in the mud of falsiiy
und btupidity. Having been driven out of
every position it bas taken on the recent political questions, it endeavors to escape by
giving in yesterday's iesuea supposed history
of the "rep!y." It is scarcely necessary
for us to say that the thing is untrue,
;ind the Chronicle relules its own assertions in its own columns of Tuesday. Th*
document which our con emporary praised on
hat morning was never icvised by any of the
imrties st ncd, and all that Dr. Hclmcken had
t:> do with the reply as it came up yesterday
norning was simply the mechanical duty of rearranging some p.iingraplis.
Ma. Zinn begs to announce to the innabit
ants ol Victoria that he ha- lately received ■
large assortment of Children's Carriages and
i.hairs, Fishing Baskets nnd Fishing Canes,
md a large quantity of Market and .rave line
lluskcts, Ohio* Vases, Fancy Ooods and Toys.
il of which have to be sold on or belore
February next at greatly reduced prices
Goods sold nt wholesale lor cost piiccs.     *
The Novelties in tho Silk trade this season
are the beautiful Gros de Suez, Gros de
I.ondres, and Gros de Pekin. A choice lot ol
these are tor sale at tho London House ; also
a splendid stock of Black Gros Grains and
Glares, from three-quarters to a yard and a
quarter wide, bought beforo the advance in
the silk market. *
New Advertisements.
A   C^RD.
To the Volunteer Rifle Corps
MB. AND MRS. LU.' S B*B TO INVITE
Capt. Langand I clfi sandmtnof
tho Volunteer Rifle Corj t tt ree Lunch, at
the Park Hotel, every day « ween II and 3
o'c ock, and between 9 and 11 p. m., during
their stay in camp at Beacon Hill.
Park Hotel, July  10, 1866. jyl3
.CnTOTICE.
In tlie Supreme Court of Civil Justice
Vancouver Island.
XlsT   B-f-JSTICRTJ-p TC"5T,
In re Jay k Col
4 LI, PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS ON THE
.\ above Estate are requested forthwith to
*end in the same to Mr. James Chestney Bales,
Seedsman, at the Nursery of Jay k Co., Victoria ; and all persons indebted to tbe said
Bstate are desired forthwith to pay the amo_nt
Of their respective debts IO the said James
Chestney Bales, Mom the Trustee has authorised to receive the same on account of the
said Estate.
ROBERT BLSUOi^ Solicitor,
Langley Street, Victoria.
Dated 16th July, 1866. jyl6
ICE  CREAM
strawberbisTahd cream.
All  the
Delicacies
Season
of the
Removal.—Mr. Hibbeu requests us to state
(hat he is now removing bis bookstore from
the 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. *
A. W. PIPER'S,
GOVERNMENT    STREET,
OPPOSITE THE THEA'lRB.
jy 2
New Advertisements.
Jesse  Cowper,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
BOOTS AND SHOES,
LEATHER,.
—AND-
SHOE     FINDINGS,
"STATES    STREET,
OPPOSITE WELLS, FARGO & Co.
At tin
pnpared
pabiMi in
olil stand of Webster & Co., i.
to supply tbe wants of tb«
lis line.
The Latest Styles
Received by erery arrival from EnglatA'.
ind Sun Francisco. iy*.
WILSON & MURRAY,
GKOOERS,
Provision, Wine & Spirit Merchant.,
BAKERS  & CONFECTIONERS,
FORT ST., VICTORIA, V. I.
SHIPPING    SUPPLIED.
1t«
$50   REWARD.
Execution's in Australia.—Dunn, the
bu8hrtin(rer, was executed within the
walls of Darllngbarit gaol in March. The I _J___J____
Sydney Herald itattia that he had pained J
upwards of n sto.ic weight in gaol, and
that, judginfr from his improved physical
condition, his tuiiid could not have been
much disturbed by the fate of bis im
pending doom, lie had slept well during
his last night, ate a hearty breakfast in
the morning, and apparently enjoyed the
pipo bo smoked afterwards. He was perfectly resigned to Im fate, mounted the
steps of the scnfl'uld without assistance,
■tnd in a momont "the young outlaw "
had ciased to live : there wus not the
slightest movement af.er the fall. There
were betweeu sixty aud seventy persons
present to witness the execution.
In tbe same month th murderer Jones
was executed in the gat I at Ballarat. To
the last he denied that ho murder was a
his victim was a
The Melbourne
morning of the
o the gaol was
oor was opened
ad a right to be
Sans forced their
THF. ABOVK REWARD WILL BE PAID
to any person recovering the money and
Deposit Receipt for $900 on the Bank ol
British North America, stolen from the tloul
Pit at Nanaimo on Wednesday, July 4th.
GEORGE WALSH,
Nanaimo
sin at all, and said thn
person not 6t to live
Argus states tbat on t
execution the etitranct
mobbed, and when the
lo admit persons who
present, a number of r
way in. The culprit came out of his cell
looking pale and subdued, bnt not timid.
When the bolt was withdrawn a convulsive twitching and shuddering of the
body were perceptible for more than five
minutes, and it was understood that the
pulsations of the heart were felt for some
time.
The aristocracy of tbe St. Denis Hotel
New Yoik, were receutly shocked by the
presence at the dining table with white
men of a well-dressed negro, apparently
ou terms of intimacy and equality. It
was Robert Purvis, a wealthy und intelli
gent colored citizen of Philadelphia, who
was the guest and companion of Wens
dell Phillips, James Mott, and other
prominent abolitionists.
WARM WEATHER!
ICE1   ICE!   ICE!
ALUXDRY   WITHIN THE   REACH   OF
all, supplied by
\LEX.    .PHIJL.L.IF'H.
FORI: STREET,
To say nothing about Ginger Beer, Lemonade,
or Soda Water'with it.
t&" The way to keep cool.
jys
TOBACCO PLANT
ARRIVAL OF ANOTHER CARGO FROM
Virginia & Cuba,
VIA 'ASP1NWALI.,
Of Ihe fleet   Celebrated.Brandi
A Nkw asd Grand E.och in M-Dicink!—
Dr. Maggiel in ibe founder oi a new Medical
system. Tho qunntitarians, whose vast internal doses enfeeble the stomach and paralyze
the bowels, must give precedence to tbe man
who restores health and appetite, with from
one to two of his extraordinary Pills, and
cures tho most virulent sores witb a box or so
ol his wondcrtul and all healing Salve. These
two great specifics of tbe Doctors are fast superseding al) the stereotyped nostrums of the
day. Extraordinary cures by Maggiel's Pills
and Salve have opened the eyes of the public
to the inefficiency of the (so called) remedies
of others, and upon which people have so long
blindly depended. Maggiel's Pills are no ol
the class that are swallowed by the dozen, and
of which every box lull taken creates an absolute necessity for another. One or two of
Maggiel e Pills suffices to place the bowels in
perfect order, tone the stomach, create an appetite, aod render the spirits light and buoyant I There is no griping, and no reaction in
the form of constipation. If the liver is affected, its functions are restored; and il the
nervous system is feeble, it is invigorated.
This last quality makes the medicines very
desirable tor the wants of delicate females.
Ulcerous and ernptive diseases are literally
extinguished by the disinfectant power of
Maggiel's Salve.   In fact, it is _ere announced
that Maggiel's Bilious, Dyspeptic
and Diarrhea Fills cure where all
others fail. While for Burns, Scalds, Chil
blains, Cuts and all abrasions of the skin
Maggiel's Salve is infallible. Sold by
J. Maooibl, 11 Pine "tree', New York, and all
Druggists, at 25 cts. per box.
TOBACCO   &   SEGARS
EVER IMPORTED
Samples can be had at the " ADELPIP,"
corner Yates and Government streets.
I also carry on the business at my OLD
STAND on JOHNSON STREET and WADDINGTON ALLEY.
F. CiUPBEIX,
jyj ADELPHI SEGAR STORE.
Mrs.   Hein
KEEPS   CONSTANTLY  ON  HAND   THE
latest fashions in
ISA IL. Xj 13STE _RY9
—AT—
Prices to Suit the Times,
GOVERNMENT     STREET,
Between Fort and Bronghton. jy 5
WILLIAM   LYONS,
SHIPPING
— AND—
Commission      Agent,
On the Corner of
Wharf and Johnson Streets-
jy3-lm
A
EX  FIDELITER
Choice Lot of Bacon
Just   Arrived.
For Stvle by
A. & W. WILSON,
House and Ship Plumbers
CASFITTERS,
BELL-HANGERS & TINSMITHS
FORT   STREET.
til order* promptly attended to
hi
CARRIAGE   PAINTING
IN ALL ITS BRANCHES,
Yates Street,
Between Deluge Engine House
and the International Hotel.
Work   solicited,  and
reasonable terms by
jy Il-lm
done   on   the most
W. M. KEOHAN.
Alhambra
BILLIARD SALOON.
COHNER GOVERXflE.VT AMD __TES STS.
UP-STAIRS.
Entrance on Yates
Street
jv 3-lm
iy a
P.  Gilligan,
STORE STREET.
HAVANACIGARS.
LEWIN &  ANTHONY,
TOBACCONISTS.
47 Yates St., Brick Store
Next to Corner of Government St.,
EG TO INFORM THEIR FRIENDS AND
\\
stiintly receive by every sh-anier a good assortment nt Genuine Havana < iuai*
and   tin*   Hon!   If ran (In of Tob'.ICC'O,
Impnrttd direct fur this market, so that tbey
IM • ble i > .imttetp with any bruse on this
Island, either Wholesale or Beull,
N.   I:—Special   attention  will  be paid   to
Country  ordere,
IIEIMAN   LEWIN.     |     LOUIS ANTHONY.
THE _PI02STEE_Fl
ICE CKEAM,
—FROM THE—
PACIFIC TELEGRAPH HOTEL,
IS AGAIN IN THE FIELD.
THE   PROPRIETOR   IS   PREPARED   TO
supply, as usual, his customers, parties,
balls, etc., at moderate rates.
jy3
PACIFIC TELEGRAPH HOTEL,
Store street.
3STOTIOE,
MARTIN  BROS.,
IMPORTERS  OF
Groceries and Provisions,
FIREPROOF BUILDING,
LATELY OCCUPIED BY L'HOTELIEB 4 Co,
WHABP
jy« .
J,
I      I      I
_L Drop of Ink.—Think of a Queen's
first signature to a death warrant, where
tears tried to blunch the fatal blackness
of tbe dooming ink ; of a traitor's &dhe*>
lion to a deed of rebellion, written in
gall ; of a forger', trembling imitation of
another's writing, where each letter took
the ohape of the gallows ; of a lover's passionate proposal written in fire; of a proud
girl's refusal written in ice ; of a dying
mothers expostulation witb a wayward
son written in ber heart's blood ; of an
indignant father's disinheriting curse oo
hi* first born, Muck with the tbo lost color
or the gray hairs uliii-h shall go down iu
sorrow to the grave—think of these aud
all the other impassioned writings to
which every hour gives birth, and what a
Strang! Iy potent, Protean thing, u drop
of ink is grown to lie. All over the world
it is distilling at the behest of men.
Here a despairing prisoner is writing with
a rnsty nail his dying confession of faith
on his damp dungeon wall. There an
anxious lover is deceiving all but his bride
with an ink which only she knows how to
render visible. Beleaguered soldiers in
Indian forts are confiding to tbe perilous
secrecy of rice-water or innocent milk
their own lives and tbe fortunes of tbeir
country. Shipwrecked sailors about to be
engulfed in mid-ocean are consigning to a
floating bottle tbe faint pencil memorandum of the spot, where tbey will swiftly ga
down into the jaws of death. Everywhere
bapny pairs, dear husbands and wives,
affectionate brothers and sisters, and all
tho busy world, are writing to each other
on endless topics, witb whatever paper
eoine- to hand, whatever ink 1 Tbe varied
streiitu thus forever flowing is the intellec
tnul nnd emotional blood of the world,
and no one need visit Egypt, or summon
an Eastern magician, to show bin) all the
acts, all tbe joys and woes of men reflated from the mirror of a drop of ink.—
Macmillans Magazine.
—
The New Zkalanders.—Each passing
year reduces tbe chances of effectual opposition on the part of tbe natives, AM
tbe efforts made to civilise aud preserve
tbem appear likely to be in vain. Dr.
Featherstno, in his speech at Wellington,
confirms tbe idea that tbeir numbers are
rapidly diminishing ; and he says it is
'impossible to avoid their early extinction.' Twenty years ago tbeir numbers
were estimated at 100,000 ; 'now,' says
the doctor, ' no one believes tbey conld
muster 40,000 souls, and in 20 years they
will be reduced to a mere handful.' It is
consolatory to think that such a rapid decline in tha native population is not
attributable to European aggression.
Tbe numbers who have perished in battle
and through the collateral effects of war.
are trifling compared with tho enormous
redaction that bas taken place. The
diminution must bo ascribed to other
causes. Strzelecki, in writing upon Australian colonization, expresses the opinion
that the nalives of this new world ' have,
wherever tho European advances, the
sentence of extinction stamped indelibly
upon their foreheads.' That opinion was
written 20 years ago, and each year has
tended to prove its truth. It is not that
tbeir longevity is abridged, but that from
some undefined canse, whenever placed
side by side with Europeans, the hearths
of the natives, like the wigwams of the
American Indians, retreat or disappear
before tbe torrent of immigration.—CXau.
Timet. *
A Novel (Jcn—A correspondent of the
Independence Be'ge states that an Englishman bus recently submitted to tbe notice
Of the Artillery Committee in Paris a
gu'i which he has invented, and which, at
least, possesses the merit of singularity
Tbe gun consists of a simple tube without
any breech. All recoil is thus avoided,
and the weapon possesses, according i.
the .mentor, qualities which render it more
destructive than any other arm. Experiments recently made at the artillery depot
or S'. Thomas d'Aequin have produced
satisfactory results, the shots fired having
pierced through enormous thicknesses of
planking.
Th. Buihoowr.e M_^.__Josenh
Bell was executed at Perth on  tbe  22nd
tvi"7 nl "'e n'Urder 0f  A'zander
£ h'Ul B"ker'_ T,'e 1»«"w.»«boton
traced to Bell by dear circumstantial cvi-
fence. To the las, Bell protested bis
iooo.en.e of the crime, calling Qod i.
witness that ho knew nothing of it Cal
craft acted as executioner, and Bell died
wuhont a struggle.
In the depths of the sea the waters are
s I. ; the heavies; grief is that borne in
mlence; the deepest love flows through
the eye Bnd touch; the pUre8t joy faj Z
spe„k :hie ; the most impressive prayer Is
Pliant, and .be most solemn preacW at a
funeral  ,s the silent one whose lip, are
FACTS vs- THEORIES.
" Give me a place to rest my lever on,"
says Archimedes, "»nd I will move the
world." " (iive me pure and unadulterated
drugs," says Medicos, of the olden time,
"and I will curtduutase."
In one sense, h_t> »f these learned pundits
were the veriest cJprlutanB. They knew there
was no place to rest their lever on, either to
move the world or cure disease. Mechanism
was in a backward state, aod the medical profession was but anotbei name for sorcery.
and all the adjuncts of magic filters and
charms of tbe " evil eye," 4c.
But these latter days have borne unto us
something more than even snperstiiion and
its crew ever dreamt of io tbeir maddest philosophy. In these days of practical science,
what was theory ot yesterday ir fact to-day,
aod all the old time notions become as bubbles
in the sun, and burst aud break wilh erery
breath we draw.
Let Archimedes shoulder his lever aod we
will find a resting place for it to move tbe
world. Let mine ancient Medicus pant and
toil no more for the drugs he so sorely needs,
lor we have them at our hand, ever ready to
serve tbem at bis beck.
Refined In tbe laboratory of Dr. Mag.iel,
tbe finest materials known In the medical pro
fession are obtainable by any one. His
Billions, Dyspeptic, and Diars^oea Pills stand
unrivalled, and bis Salve operates witb magical effect upon burns, scalds, and all sores and
ulcers oftbe skin.
In fact, wass_Tink Maooiii*'fl Pills and Salve
are tbe wonder of this century, and we are
nappy in the thought tbat many others of our
brethren of the cralt agree with us. We would
earnestly counsel that all families provide
themselves with Dr. Maggiel's Prepaiations at
once, and keep them ready at hand, so as to
use tbem at the most opportune time and as
occasion serves.— Valley Sentinel.
*Jew Advertisemeuts.
ICE  CREAM
STEAWBSBBI'i AM .BUM.
All the Delicacies  of the
Season
A. W. PIPER'S,
GOVERNMENT    STREET,
OPPOSITE THE THEA1RE.
jy a
TOBACCO PLANT
ARRIVAL 07 ANOTHER CARGO FROM1
Virginia & Cuba,
VIA   A8P1NWALL,
or Ibe Heat   Celebrated Brands
TOBACCO  &  SEGARS
EVER IMPORTED
Samples can bo had at the »ADrXPIiy
corner Yates and Government streets.
I also carry on the business at my OLD
STAND on JOHVSON 8rREET and WADDINGTON ALLEY.
F. CAMPBELL,
ADELPHI SEGAR STORE,
hi
When Alexander the Great saw Di
ogenes in a .emctery, he asked him what
bewasdongtherel 'I am seeking said
the ph.losopher ' fi__ ,_e boneB 0f '°
ancestors among those of beggars -but
everything here appears so confused and
mingled together that I cannot distingnisb
JL11    w ,at ffe e8t' bnt wna' we digest tbat makes us strong.   It j. not
""■bat we earn, bnt  what we save, tha
makes ns rich.    It ig not what we read
but remember, that makes ns learned   ft
is   not what   we profess, but   what we
practice thut makes ns righteous
HAVANM.IGARS,
LEWIN &  ANTHONY.
TOBACCONISTS,
47 Yates 8t.. Brick Store
Next to Corner of Government St.,
BEG TO INFORM THEIR FRIENDS AND
ti.e pnblic in general that tbey will con
stantly rereive by every steamer a good a_-
sortmentot (.« iiiiim* I'avnna < lorars
and tbe Beat Brands of lobiicio
imported direct for this market, so that they
are able to .ompete with any haise ou this
Island, either Wholesale or Retail.
N.  B — Special   attention will be paid  to
Countrv orders.
HEIMAN LEWIN.    |    LOUIS ANTHONY
, hi	
Sporborg & KueffT
COMMISSION  MERCHANTS,
Importers and Wholesalo Dealers In
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS,
Boots and Hhoes,
Wharf street, Victoria, V. I. jy b
ST.   LOUIS    COLLEGE
WILL    RE-OPEN
On Monday, 6th August,
■y 5-1 m °
ALWAY & BAYLEY
LicensedAnctioneers
—AND—
COMMISSION  MERCHANTS
Storage & Forwarding
YALE, B. o.
'TWE UNDERSIGNED HAVING THP nwr v
jyj ALWAY 4 BAYLEY.!
New Advertisements.
Mrs.   Hein
KEEPS   CONSTANTLY ON HAND  THE
latest fashions in
MILLINEEY,
—AT—
Prices to Suit the Times,
GOVERNMENT    STREET,
Between Fort and Brongbton. jy 5
WILLIAM   LYONS,
— ADD—
Commission     Agent,
On tbe Corner of
Wharf and Johnson Streets.
jy3-lm
Miscellaneous.
A   Triumph    of    Science
—AND--
THB LIGHT  OP   THE   WOELD
DR. MAGGIEL'S
PILLS   & SALVE.
These Life-giving remedies are now, for the Art
tine, j ra<< Imblclytolli- »,,. for overaquaitor
or a century ol private practice the ingredients in theso
Life-Giving Fills
Hhvi bern used with the greatest success. Th'ir
mlssl.n isuitss, to |i. vent . Israso, but to cure
Tbeyse rob oj th. various in..!,.!, , by ahicb tho
patioot  Is suffering,  and re.invigorates   tie    allinr
*y", m,- ,.T,' "" *1""1 ""d '"I™ » lew doses of theso
valuable PILLS will urove to bo
A VJERY F0D1.TAIN OF YOUTH,
For in everf case fiey add now Ufa and vita'ity, and
e-tore the w.nl-gi-'io/gtas to Ihoir iristiae state. T,
ihe jonnganl mi dl* »ged they will pnve most in-
v.lu He, a* a rei y. spociflc and sler in? medicine.
•rein a dream realized, that P mco-de-Leon sough*
for three hundred years ago, and never fund, lie
look, d for a r uiitaln that would restore the old to
vigor and make ;*outh ever
A.n _E_.teri_.al Spring'!
It was left for this day nnd hour to realize tho dream,
and show in one glorious fact tho magic that made
it fair.
THESB FAMOUS   KEMEDIES
Cannot stiv the Bight of years, but they can force baek,
an hold uloor, diseases bat mi bt tn mph over ttio
ag d and the youug. Let ii*'ne hosltate then, but
■size tho favorable opportunity that offers. When takeu
as prescribed—
For Blllious Disorders
NotMn? can he morn product lee of cure than tbeee
Pillt —riu-ir alm-jut m gic influence in felt at o ct;
»nd ihe iihusI c< nc mitanti nf this mut dtttrenlofr
<lu>..8.< are removed. Ther,e rerasdiea are made from
ibe purest
VEGETABLE COMPOUNDS.
Th»y will not harm tho most delicate female, and
ra, bo g| . n with sood effort In prescribed dases to
the youngest babe.
For Cutaneous Disorders
And all eru tinna of the shin,tho SALVE.a most invaluable, it does n t heal * itemally alone, bnt pene-
tr-tvs with the most a.arc blnr effecli to the vory root
of tha evil.
DR. MAGGIEL'S PILLS
Invariably euro the followiDg Diseases :
Asthma,
ilowel Complaints,
, Coughs,
Colds,
Cheat IH e_M«,
Coativeoeas,
Djspcpala,"
Biarrh- a,
Droi isy.
1 J.blllty,
_.™ ■  n      . . Faver and Agua.
Female Complaints.
Headache, '
tndig-ation,
lnfi-ipi zt,
luflaram «tion.
Inward Weajtnessr
Liver Uontiilaiiit.
Low_ims of Spirit, ,
Ringworm,
RheumattsM  )
Salt i.l   >eum,
80 aids,
Skin Diseases.
S9- NOTICE.—Vonagenr-lne wle*, rat the engraved
u...l;?",'"."^""18*c'' p<" « 'w, "«""> b>DR*J*
JAI.OK.I,, 43FulKra»treet;NBW Vor. *, to counterfeit
which ia (elooy.
,_**'.So1. Jy.*1' resnectnble Drolet i in Mediclnea
thr„u.h..ut the Cnitad SiateB and CtnJ. ia-»t 25 cents
per box or pot.
A. O. Langley &'. Co.,
Agents for Vancouver IeilaDd at id British
Columbia.
h*
Miso'sllaneous.
ROYAL
INSUKANCE
FIRE   Sc LIFE.
Capital, - - Ten Million Dollars
BSERVE   TO    MEBT   LOSSES
Five Million Dollars!
HAKLESTUENKR, Esq., M PCHAIHIIAN,   PERCY M
DOVE, XANAQER.
This Company has now the largeat Income for Fire
.ii-' Life Premiums ofany Company in the world.
The undersigned, Agentsfor Vancouver Island and
British Columbia, return Ui-ir particular tbaoks to the
public for their patronage of the Royal since the open
ing of the agency, and also to the Victoria Firo Companies for their valaable services.
The Fire Branch,
Of this agency In 1881 was nearly double that of 1863—
the risk In Victoria alone amounted U. $1100,000.
The business of the
Life Branch.
Has also largely Increased  linee the   Directors reduced
theratesto the English standard.
Anderson &Oo
Store Street.
Agentsfor Vancouver Island and British  Columbia
MB
THE GREAT   REMEDY  OF  THE
.AGE.
HOLLOWAY'S OINTMENT.
The   effect   ol the   Ointment  on   tlie
Syetem.
To tho very co* o and centre of all (lis* uses
which affect the human body, this remarkable
preparation penetrates. It disappears under
the friction ol the hands, as salt disappears
when rubbed upon meat. Tbe unguent performs Its healing errand rapidly, safely, aad
without pain. Simple eruptions, open sores,
hard tumors, scrofulous developments of all
kinds, abcesses, cancers, old wouoes. and, in
lact, every species of inflammation and suppuration, whether in tbe skin, the flesh, the
glands, or among the muscles, can be arresteb
in iti destructive course, and permanently
cared without danger by rubbing In this inestimable Ointment.
Ila.il    Lege, Bad  Broaata,'  Korea,   and
fleere.
In many Hospitals In Europe this celebrated
remedy is now used for the cure of old wounds,
sores, and ulcers ; ia Spain and Portugal, and
in many parts of Italy, the first Physicians re-
regularly prescribe Us use. It is a sovereigr
remedy for bad breasts and bad legs; and like
wise for all skin diseases. It is to be found in
the chest of nearly every sailor, soldier, »nc
emigrant.
lmprudeuciea   of Youth ; — Son-*   and
Ulcers.
Tbe above class of complaints is surely re
ooved by nightly fomenting the parta witl
varni water, and then by most effectually rub
oing in tbis Ointment. Persons suffeiing fron.
these direful complaints should lose not a mo
a;ent in arresting their progress. It should bi
understood tbat it is not sufficient merely to
smear tbe Ointment ou the affected parts, bnl
it must be well rubbed in for some considerable
lime two or three times a day, that it may be
taken into the system, whence it will remov.
only hidden sore or would as effectually a*
though it were palpable to the eye. Bread and
water poultices, after tbe rubbing in ol tt
Ointment, will do great service, This is th.
only proper treatment for females in cases oi
cancer in the stomach, or for those who suflif
from a general bearing dovi n,
Pllei,  Fistulas, Strh tinea.
Blotches, ataleo swellings, can with certainty
be radically cured if the Ointment be used
freely, and the Pills bo taken nlgbt and morn,
ing as recommended in the printed instructions
When treated in any other way these complaint.
;inly dry up in one place to break out in an-
itber ; whereas tbis Ointment will remove the
humor from the system, and loave the patien
i vigorous aud healthy being. It will requir,
.ime, aided by the use of tbe Pills, to ensure
anting cure,
1)1,111,. , In.    Ilioru hills,   Dole    111 rim I,,
Any of tbe abovo class of diseases may be
-ured by well rubbing the Ointment three
.mien a day upon the skin covering the throat,
cbesl, and neck ot tbe patient, The unguent
will soon penetrate tbe pores and give immediate relief. To allay the fever and lessen tl:.
inflamation, eight or ten Pills should be takes
night and morning. The Ointment will pio-
dnce perspiration, which is so essential for
removing fevers, sore throats, and those oppressions of tbe ohest which arise from
Asthma, Bronchitis, and other causes.
Both the Ointment and Pllla Simula
be nsxcl In the following Cain i
Bad L«g«
Bad Breasts
Burns
Bunions
Pile ol Moichftoea
aod Sand-Flies
oco.bay
ilbiego-foot
Chilblains
Chapped Hands
and
Corns (Corns)
Cancers
Contracted
sti n Joints
KlephantiasiB
Fistulas
(lout
ijlandular   Swell
lings
I. mbago.
Piles
Rheumatism
Senilis
Sore Mipples
Sure Throat
Skin disoas
Scurvy
Sore heads
Tumor*
Ulcers
Wounds
raws
Sold at f'e Establishment ol Piuip-ssoft Hollow*
.44, Strsnd, rMar Temple Sal), Lond.m ; also by a
/eapeotable Druggist! tnd Dealers In Medicines Ihro-gh
,ml tl.c civilized world, at tbe following prices Is. l&d
2.M* is «d.,lls.,22., and 83a, each Pot.
■V Tliero s a considerablenavingbytakln_ tholargs,
lies. •' OOI .'ii - i
KB.-Directions for the guidance of Patients in evei
disorder are affiled to each Pot.
■      ■
Miscellaneous.
THE LANCASHIRE
Insurance    Company.
Capitol, Two Millions Sterling.
Manchester Kxehatg.  .tr'et.
London lo, < ornblll.
I.l-erpool T, Water Mrc.l.
OUagotr 4, South Ilanorer (-treat.
Illrmlnghain The Kirhange.
BrUtol so, Broad Street.
HAVING BEEN APPOINTBD AGENTS
for the above Company, we are now prepared la take risks at rates as moderate aa
these of any other responsible Company.
WKiSSBNBURGBR * S0HL0E8SEB,
Vancouver Island Agency.
hi
KTC'TIOE-
Big  Bend,   British    Columbia;
DURING THE MINING SEASON, THE
undersigned will be prepared to execute
surveys, and transact a general agency business at Big Bend.
JOHN   MORRIS,
jy i Civil Engineer,
THE ONE THING   WANTED.
HOLLOWAY'S PILLS.
Tbe Blood.
These famous pills are so composed tha
they operate wholesomely on the stomach, the
liver, the bowels, nnd other organs; by correcting any derangeroeota in tbeir functions,
whereby a steady supply of pure materials tor
tbe renewal of the Blood ig furnished, and a
constant abstraction of effete products is effected. This perfect circulation thus become!
the very fountain of health and life, and overcomes all form of disease wherever Its situation.
General Disorders of Ibe Liver
and Stoma, li.
All who ever indulge a* table, cither in eats
'ng or drinking, should take nbout ten of t_es-
famoUs pills at bed time, from which will reo
suit a clear head and good stomach the following morning. Thousands of Ladies are always complaining of sick headaches, want o
appetite, want of energy, and want of strength,
to correct all these evils, three or four ot theso
Pills should be taken twice a week, when thoy
would give the Invalid ihe health anil appctiu
of a ploughman.
Females or all Agrer, and Classes
Obstructions of any kind, either in young
or those between forty and fifty—th*» most critical peilod of life—may be radically remold
by using these Pills according to the printed
directions whioh accompany each box. Young
persons with sickly and sallow complexion!
may have the bloom of health restored by tbi.
corrective, wLicli puri6ce the blood and expels all gross and impure humors from thesys-
tem. Beware then of tbe critical age fron
forty to fifty, as It Bends mnnv thousands to
premature grave,—these Pills'should be takei
it that period of lile two or three times a
leek
Hani   of Strength and ;Energy*
Persons of sedentary habits, or those troubled In mind, working in Factories or Coal
Pits, wbo cannot obtain tbat amount of fresh
air and exercise which nature requires, suffer
from Weakness and delility, lowncss of spirit
and want of appetite. All such should take t
aose or two of these Pills every tbree or foui
days, as they act gently and effectually on tbe
system and impart vigor and energy to the
body, which is always followed by a good
appetite, Bound and refreshing sleep, and a
high flow of spirits.
For tbe Cure of Dropsy.
The efflcaoy of Holloway'a Pills in Dropsy
is extraordinary. They act with such a peculiar effect upon the Bystem, that the fluid'
causing thij direful complaint, are porceptibl
.arried off and prevented from any further
accumulation. The sufferer regains a buoyancy of spirits and rejoices in a completely
renovated coustitution. It is indispensably
necessary that.tbe Ointment should be most
effectually rubbed into tbe complaining parU)
during the whole course of treatment.
Children and tbeir AJIm-vnte.
In no country in tho world are more children
carried to an early grave tban in Great Britain.
Conghs, Measles, Scarlatina, Fcvts, abd other
diseases Bttack the little sufferers, apd death,
but too often, follows at a rapid pace j yet if
at the first stage ot these complaints, parent,
were to have recourse to Holloway's Pills, all
danger would be avoided. for the stomach
and bowels would oe gently but effectually
cleansed by this mild aperient; the depraved
oumors corrcctea ana tne secretions duly regulated. A perfect cure would toon be effected, aud the i'ttle patient restored to soud*'
health..
Holloway' Pi. r we the bost known remedy in tht
world fi* till following diseases:
Sold at the Fslabilshment of Profeasor Holloway, 211'
Strand, (near Temple Bar,) L ndnn ; als" by all respoct'
able Drugelsta and Dealers in Mo-.idnesthroughout the
civilized world,at the rolloWIni? prices—la. 1J_.,6. 94,
Is. td.,lis., 22s., and 83s. each box.
A. sue
Asthma
Billious Complaints
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Female Irregularities
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Piles
Rheumatism
Retention ef Trine
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