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VOL. I.
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VICTORIA,   VANCOUVER   ISLAND,   TUESDAY  EVENING,   JULY  2*1,   1866.
NO. 19.
THE
"EVENING TELEGRAPH,"
I'l'HI.lr'HEIi
Everv   Evonixig at  4. O'Clock,
(Saturday and Sunday evenings eiceptcd.)
also Evmr
SUNDAY    MORNING J
T Kit SI . OF   Mil: t II H>1 lo\ i
l'.r Aiiuuif, in ailvanic, by mail, $10 00
For  -ix  months    ,; 00
l*r IV* *•!,, p.-ijiible to Currier ,       *_fi
tingle Cpea,        10
For terms of Advertisement apply at the
Office. Lansley Street
Wit -.md Humor.
Give your children distinctive names.
It is aliMird to keep on railing boys
John, Gi orge and Thomas, merely
because their fathers were so named—
and when they come to the nge of receiv-
ing letters, father and son often Dnd cut
the inconvenience, and find out other
things not Intended for their eyes. Of
course, if a rich godfather is to ho complimented, that is another matter, bnt
even then you should stick in an Kpam-
inondns or a Montmorency, to be adopted
when the legacy shall have been paid.
It is very hard upon n fehotv called Jones
or the like, never to bo mentioned without the inquiry, ' What Jones ?'
A waiter ut a recent 'grand party ' in
■Washington, in carrying a tray through
tho crowd nf guests accidentally hit a
lady a severe blow with it on the elbow.
' The deuce take the tray !' petulantly
exclaimed the lady. ' Madam,' gravely
said a senator, noted for his whist
playing, who wus standing near, 'Madam,
the deuce can't lake the trey ."
A young lady, possessing tno.o vanity
than personal charms, renmiked, iu a
jesting tone, but with earnest glance,
that 'she travelled on her good looks.'
A rejected lover being present, replied,
ho ' could now account for the young
lady's never having been found far from
home.'
A Remaukaiii.e Likeness.—Col, VV. is
a fine looking man, ain't he?' said a
friend of ours tho other day. ' Yes,'
replied another, •'I was taken for him
once.' 'You? why you are as ugly as
sin I' 'I don't cure for that. I was
taken for him—I endorsed his note, and
was taken for him by the sheriff.'
' Pa,' said a little seven-year fellow, ' I
guess our man, Ralph, is a good Christian.' ' How so, my boy?' queried the
parent. 'Why, pa, I read in tho Bible
that the wicked shall not live out half his
days—anil Ralph says he has lived out
ever since be was a boy.'
A famous lawyer was once accused of
having disgraced the English bar by
taking silver from a client. ' I took
silver,' be replied, ' because I could not
get gold ; but I took every farthing the
fello* had in tlio world, and I hope you
do not call that disgracing tho profession.'
THE Couhse ok Tntru Love.—A sporting young lady says : ' If the course of
true lovo never does run smooth, why
don't they water and roll it regularly so
many hours a day, until they got the
course so smooth that a donkey could
run upnn il.'
An Irishmnn, being asked by his master
if he bad counted all tho pigs, replied
that ho had counted them all but one
lively littli! porker, which ran about so
thot he could not count it.
1 What is that dog barking at V asked
a fop, whose boots were more more polished than his ideas.
•Why,' said the bystander' 'ho sees
another puppy in your boots.'
Municipal
By-Law to Regulate  tbe Sanitary Condition of the City.
BY-LAW.
Wc, the Mayer and Councillors in Council
convened, by virtue of the power and authority
vested in ua by An Act to Incorporate the
City of Victoria, passed the second day of
August, A.D. 18-2, in the Twenty-sixth year
of the reign of Her Most Gracious Majesty
Queen Victoria, entitaled, " The Victoria Incorporation Act, 18b'2,"_hereby enact as follows :—
I. No pcison or persons occupying any Messuage, Shop, Building or other Erection, or
any Land or oiher 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
permit or suffer to be in or on his, her or their
Messuage, Shop, Building or Erection, or any
Land or other Premises as aforesaid, any
ditch, gutter, drain, privy or aih-pit emitting
noxious or offen-ive .-Illinium cr airel), or
constructed so as to be a nuisance to or injurious to the health of any person .ir p_f_ in§.
or any nunc kept bo as lo 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 diluvium or smell, or any animal,
vegetable or min.ral matter or thing atom* or
together with oilier matters or thing, in a
etate of fermentation, putrefaction, d-Compo-
siiiou or decay, or emitting noxious or onn-
site diluvium or imell, or permit or suffer
any .Messuage, Dwelling House, .Shop, Erection or Buildi'ig whatsoever within the said
City to be in n filthy slate or infected with any
kind of vermin or dirt or emitting noxious or
offensive effluvium or smell ; Provided, however, tbat no per OL or persons shall l.i- li iblt
to any penalty for the infraction of this Bylaw until he, she or they thai! have rc.-r ivi ,1
notice from the Mayor and Council in manner
hereinafter mentioned, and until ho, she or
they _bnll have neglected by ihe space or limt*
therein mentioned to abate or remove tho offensive matter or thing noticed in such notice
and therein complained of, or to do the act,
matter or thiug required of him, her or them
by such notice within the space of time limited
by sucb notice.
And whereas it is expedient for the good
government of the City that a Sanitary Commission be appointed, nnd to enable such Commission to inspect, order the removal and report all nuisances within the said Cily o.
Victoria;
Therefore be it enacted by Ihe Mayor and
Councillors of t1 c City of Victoria, with the
i on. cut. of His Excellency the Governor ou
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 the
City Council to act as a Sanitary OotwnUfiO-
for the purpose of inspecting, ordering the
removal and reporting nil nuisances and other
matters, the continuance of which may be
deleterious to tbe public health.
III. The Commission shall perform their
services gratuitously.
IV. The Commission shall have power to I
enter 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 nny
of the same, and inspect the condition of the
same between the hours of eight in the morning and eight in the evening.
V. No person or persons shall permit, nftcr
due notice in that behalf given, any animal
or vegetable matter in a decomposed or
putrifying condition to remain on the premises
occupied or owned by him or them.
VI. 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 curtilage of any of the same or other land
or premises within the city, or if the same bo
unoccupied, then the owner of nny such messuage, dwelling house, shop, buiding or other
erection, or tho curtilage of any of the same or
other laud 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 tho form of
schedule A annexed) to remove such nuisance as before mentioned, or to close up, purify, cover, or cle-inse any well, cesspool,
drain, privy, ditch, or gutter, or otherwise to
abate or remove the mailer or thing noticed in
such notice as in tbeir judgment shall seem
meet by giving noiice in writing, (as per
schedule aforesaid) signed by two or more of
the Commission on behalf of the Mayor and
Council, specifying the act to he done and the
time in which the same 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 tbo same or of the land or
premises in the city, or by leaving the same
at his, her, or tbeir hist kuuwn place of
mnnlc, or by fixing thesnme or a copy thereof
on somo conspicuous part of the premises,
VII. In tho event of any Messuage, _hop,
Building or other erection, or any Und or other premises within tba City being unoccupied
and the owner or owners thereof neglecting or
refusing to abate or remove any matter, or
thing done, permitted or suffered, contrary to
the requirements of this Bye-Law, cither absolutely or in the lenns of any such notice as
aforesaid, duly served as aforesaid, within the
lime in that behalf apecilied, it shell be lawful
for two or more of tbe Commission, nn behalf
of tho Mayor and Council, or Ibeir serva-its or
agenta in that behalf, to do tbe act or acts,
matters or things, required to be done or performed by sucb notice at the costs and charges
of the owner ot owners of such Messuage,
Shop, Buildingorothererection or any land or
other premises, the said costs and charges
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 request, or in such other form as is
proper in law.
SCHEDULE A.
To the Owner
NOTICE is hereby given that yon are required within days from the date hereof to                        . and in default of so doing
you will be proceeded  against under the provisions of the Municipal ByesLaw to regulate
thesanitarv condition of the City, 18(16.
LUMLEY FBANKLIN,
Mayor of the City of Victoria.
This tenth day of July, 18SS.
William Lkioh, Town Clerk.      jy 19-7t
WILLIAM   LYONS,
-AMD-
Commission      Agent,
On the Corner of
Wharf and Johnson Streets.
jy3'ltn
New Advertisements.
The~"arotto,"
OPPOSITE THE TELEGRAPH OFFICE.
For a glass of choice liquor go to the
" Grotto,"
There " noki but th_ bkst '' you  will
find is the motto.
Mint Juleps, Sherry Cobblers—everything
cooling ;
Come ye that do thirst, you will find its.
uu fooling.
ti*
thii
Miscellaneous.
EVENING TELEGRAPH
LWR_„C!SC-..G„R STORE.
■W If you Want the Finest -m
HAVANA   CIGAR
OX   THE   PACIFIC   COAST,
CALL 01
Augustus  P.   Keysor,
Government  street,  adjoining   the  San
Francisco Bath..
A PINE  NEW STOCK  JUST KCXITBD.
___  h i
EX  FIDELITER
A Choice lot of Bacon
«Tu*t   A.rrivod.
For Sn'e by
P.  Gilligan,
iy 2 STOKE STRKET.
EXPRESS LINE STAGES.
rfllR OOAOHBS OF THIS LIVE W LL
JL now run regularly, leaving Tale, U. C
on
.ilinula. N,
Wednesdays,
And Friday*,
AT 7, A. M.,
FOR    SAV ANA'S    FERRY
(Birr Bend Ronte), until tbe completion of the
road, when they will go to Savana's Ferry,
Tho Coach for Cariboo will leave Yale on
Monday.
jy 2 F. J. BARN\RD.
J, P, DA VIES & CO.,
AlH TIONKKHH _t coMnigsioif 111-11
CHANT...     Mtlrarmmi,    Fireproof   _toni*
Uulliling, Wharf Sir., t, n«_*r Ynles.
Cash    Advances    on   Merchandise   for
Sale. -__f jy 2
JUST  RECEIVED
Vaullr.il tlmsnars for I8(M1,
Ui-.irlrh4.il Jl llanuj's Royal do., do.,
Late Admiralty Coast Charts,
Hhalman'i Drawing Paper,
I iiillrs. aod Tlount*. d Drawing to.,
Pi'nut's .rt.illlr tf.morandatm,
.Inth.untied Instrument',
Copying Prcfe-i
Brln
Blotting Paper,
Perforated Board
Tissue aad Wrapping Papers,
tlrllln. Defb. and .'olios,
trtl-t's Naterlali,
Photographic „lb____,
Cieneral stationery, Staple and fancy.
hi
IIII1BK\ It C»R»VW .
MERCHANTS'
Mutual Marine
INSURANCE COMPANY
OF SAN FRANCISCO.
OFflCE.—N.E. Cor. Front k California St«
Capital, #.-500,000-
A REBATE FROM RATES OF PREMIUM
charged, will hereafter be made by tbis
company, as large as allowed by any respon-
lible Company or Agency doing business in
this City.
This C-nspanv is engaged Ezclustrely n
.Marine Insurances
WAR RISKS TAKHN.
A!  losses paid promptly in United States
Uold Coin.
JA.M-_SP.micT,
j/ 2 Pra-i.-_.at.
GENERAL
Job   Printing
ESTABLISHMENT
Langley Street, Victoria,
CHARLES   BERNARD,
Manufacturer and Dealer in
FAMILY CHARTRES COFFEE.
And Spleen of all kind*.,
No. 707, Sansome street, corner Gold,
Between Jackson and Pacific.
First Premium awarded by the  Mechanics' Institute, for ths best Cofft* and Spices.
Tbo proprietor having introduced Steam
Power in his Manufactory, ha now increased
facilities to supply tbe trade and the public in
general. All articles from his Establishment
nre guaranteed to be pure and unadulterated.
The public are respectlully invited to cull and
connnce themselves Country orders promptly
attended to. jy 2
<\V&
»*6WMANBF«rt/%      (
c&
SEWING MACHINES,
.
1 .'!(>
The  Printing  Office
OF THK
EVENING
TELEGRAPH
Office is replete with every appliance
and variety of Material for the
Execution of
&    ^—-*"""
M-tso.— Tl.** Sinasr MacluM is Ih. pnlr Mscsias ttaas
wilt s*jw .It kind, of cloth with sll _,.,., oflh-n-.
m* T5,000-®«
MACHINES  SOLD  IV TWO TEARS
The almost incredible increase in the sale of
the Singer Machine during the past two years
is owing to the popularity of the LETTER A
_IUN.SVER._E SHUTTLE Family Machine,
which was introduced in 1660, since which
lime it Las earned and established a reputation for family uses equal to the celebrated
manulncttiring machines ol this Firm, which
ur. generally acknowledged, even I*y dealers
in other Sewing Machines, lo be uneipalled
for such purposes.
j()li_j- NO OTHER Family Sewin. Machine
bus sucb perfect and improved appliances for
Ruffling, Hemming, Binding, Felling, Tucking,
Gathering, Gouging, Braidia , * or ng, Q It-
ing, etc,
-say- All persons requiring nl,.rtriat)Ok
al.int our Sewing Machines, their . tzes, Prices,
Working Capacities, nnd the best method of
purchasing,can obtain it bv sending for a copy
of the
[singer manufacturing companys
l___Sr__T_D  PAMPHLET,
j Which is entirely devoted to the  subject    It
I will be sent gratis, with specimens of work.
LETTER PRESS  PRINTING!    ***A*m**«**in-">T™n-
WILLIAM BRODRICK
General Agent for the Singer Manfg Co.
ti*
Ia all its branches, whether
Plain or Ornamental
'PHI. OFFICE AIMS al securing
JL inch speedy Execution of orders ns is
consistent with correct and elegant Workmanship.
Orders received for Printing
Books,
Business Cards,
Pamphlets
Invoices,,
Catalogues
Bill Heads,
Sermons,
Trade Forms,
Reports
Circulars, (Plain   or
Rentalf,
Coloured,)
Leases,
Hand   Bills. (Plain or
Law Forms of every        Coloured,)
description,
For Prieos,   apply   at the   Office.
Langley street,
EEMOVAL.
TF. SWANW1CK A CO. HAVE RE-
• mored to Wharf street, opposite Ihe
Auction Rooms of J. P. Davie, k Co., where
they will conduct a General Commission
business, in connection with tbe
Skipping Ofl0.ce, as   heretofore.
ISLAND AND OTHER PRODUC
Will be regularly received, and
O  2ST      S  A  T-.  B I
At their (tore. jy.
General News Agent
J. Stratman.
EMPIRE NEWS DEPOT
Cor. Washington & Sansome sif•
Han Francisco.
THE ADVI-.RTISER is prepared to supply
wilh punctuality and celerity the annexed
newspapers and periodicals upon the following
terms All orders, to receive immediate atter-
tion, must he accompanied by cash remittance,
and handed in previous to the 4th, Htb, and
24th of each month.
l*..ndon Dai).   Times Jl. OO
Tin  Field  II OO
Illustrated Times..  ...   7 00
"       Week I v Times        7 00
"       Bells Life in London HOD
1      Weeklv Dispatch 14 00
"       III. News of tne Wo.ld  1400
*'       Public Opinion  7 5.
•      Index (Free1ri.de) 11 no
"       III.   Rporliug News  8 00
"      Spectator  U 00
"      Re'iew   II 00
"      Saturday Keviaw 14 oo
PilblH Natnm 1.00
Londull Illustrated News 14 _o
Atla_!'. .Monlhl; 3 011
!: :H'h*v.*"!'   Ma,.-.U'.i.** 3 00
H»aipsr»s Magazine 3 00
-ixpean. Magazine _ 3 00
Knickerbocker „,,**
Pacific M lalMy ••■• 30t,
l.odey'sUdieaBor.lt 3 00
Musi'ral Host 3 on
c, ntineiiial Maganne. „ 3 00
Madum Petnorvst's Monthly 3 03
F. Leslie'' new Family Hag'azlne  3 00
.-ambers' Edinburgh   oumal 4 00
HoDttily   paptra, Unoea  Week 5 00
*' "       All tba Year Round 6 00
Tli.ckeray's Corahill Magazine fi oc
!*!■;■>.:  I *u I ,  00
;;. A s*ala'e Temple Bar 6 00
London . ociely Magazine  o*J
St. James Magazine t; 00
Edinburgh Review 10 OO
London   Review 1000
N01 tli BritishKevtew 10 00
d'estniiiiPterRe.iew 10 00
I nn.ion Arl   ). umal 1200
Mining.,   Smelting Nag ,...10 00
Cheap and Easy Washing.
THE  EXPEDITION,   EASE,   AND EcON»
OMY   with   which the '• Family Wash
may be accomplished, by using
I1ARPKH   TWai/VETI-mES'
«JUT0KBtK_8 BOAS' POW&K&.
is truly surprising I .Scarcely «ny rubbing
required,  and a little child may use it.
Sold by all Storekeepers in Penny Packed,
and wholesale br Harper Twelvetrees' Brcia-
ley-by-Bow, London. Wholesale Ageuti lor
Vancouver Island,
S. JANION.GREEN, k RHODES.
ti* €imxin%   %tlt%t*vfy*
.
TUESDAY  EVENING, JULY 24, 1866.
PAST   AM)    f'RE8E.\T.
Our morning coutetnporarj, true to its
instincts, blows hot and cold on the want
of confidence vote.   It thinks the Governor merited it, then it  thinks he didn't.
It believes the House was treated scar>
vily, then it believes the  House  was the
principal  party  in fault.    It is tho old
game—the man and the donkey trying to
please all parties, aud ending in pleasing I
none ; for if there is one thing more than
another which. is demanded of a public
journal, it is a clear and decided tone on
public affairs.   When the Chronicle is not
stupidly   raving about some imaginary
"radicalism " aod " demagogueism" it is
snre to be wishy-washy.   Its whole career
is an oscillation between sour beer  and
milk and  water.    When  it has got tho
beer fit it falsifies, when it is in the milk
and water humor it evinces the weakness
of a ricketty child.   Under any and  all
circumstances it is unreliable.    It starts
off this morning with the glaring mis.
statement that the parties in Victoria who,
nearly four years ago, prayed for the removal of Governor Douglas, desired " two
Governors, two sets of officials, and two
colonies."   This is an old falsehood of the
Chronicle, and its continued repetition
makes it no nearer the truth.  There never
was such a prayer from any party or in.
dividual in Vancouver Island.  The prayer
was simply for a removal of the Governor
and his advisers and a constitution that
would enable the people of the Island to
carry out the policy which they thought
most conducive to the country's interests.
We Jiave no desire to rake up old abuses,
but our contemporary shows a woeful lack
of historic knowledge, or a queer idea of
official functions, when he tells us Gov.
crnor Douglas' administration was a desirable one.   Why, during tbe five years
prior to 1863, Victoria was in one cease«
less political turmoil against the administration, and against it for some of tbe
very reasons wlich tbe people now bring
np   for   Governor   Kennedy's   removal,
There wns the same indisposition  to exhibit a detailed statement of the pnblic
accounts, tho same disposition to place or
retain   Improper  and  unpopular  men in
office, and tbe same  defiance of pnblic
opinion.    There wns even more,—there
was the violent partisanship—disgraceful
in Ihe annals of the colony—of the principal   officials   hustling   and   squabbling
aronnd the polls at the time of election,
and using every illegitimate means and
influence to return their candidate.   Who
does not recollect the conduct of the ex-
Attorney Geuerol and the present Colonial
Secretary at the Esquimalt election, when
tbe torn of a finger would have thrown
the colony into bloodshed ? and who does
not recollect the numerous other efforts
that were made to stifle public opinion ?
If such a Government could be obtained
for nothing it would be ruinous even at
tbat price.    Our contemporary, however,
states  the taxation was small and " tbe
bnrthen of sustaining the Government fell
upon the shoulders of those wbo were best
able to support the weight."   It is true
the taxation  was small, but it was only
small because tho people were frugal and
exhibited but little of tbe extravagance
of later years; society was in an unformed
and unsettled state, and it would have
been impossible to have got much revenue
ont of  the population.   Even, however,
before Governor Kennedy's time official
demands were becoming alarming enough.
The supplies voted during the last year
of   Governor   Douglas's   administration
amouuted to no less a sum than $257,-
0.0.    With regard to the statement that
the burthen   of taxation  fell upon tbe
shoulders of those who conld best bear
the   weight- nothing   conld be   farther
from the   truth.   The  harbor dues and
trades licenses of that day were the most
rascally pieces of legislation that were ever
introdnced into a  country.   By the system then  in vogne, the rich merchant
contributed little  more   to the revenue
than the poorest trader, The whole policy
seemed  indeed to   be   to   exempt   the
rich and overburthen tbe poor.   We are
quite ready to admit, however, with all
this, tbat the  latter part of Sir James
Douglas's administration was a great improvement on the earlier part, ar.d showed
clearly enough that  the  Governor  only
wanted good advisers; bnt we bare no
desire to see things  back in  tbeir old
channel; nor becanse one administration
has proved nnsatisfactory to accept greater
evils.   We believe British colonies are
made for tbe people that are in tbem—for
the pioneers of civilization, who spend their
money and labor in extending the power of
Britain in almost every corner of tbe globe.
When anything, therefore, obstructs the
conctry.s progress—that acts autogonis-
tically to tbe people and their interests—
we believe in getting rid of it, if it had all
tbe dignity aud all the power of fifty
Governors. Solus populi suprema est lex.
Tbo welfare of the people is the first great
law. Everything else is secondary, and
everything wbicb opposes it must go
down. Governor Kennedy bas opposed
it unceusingly, unremittingly. He bas
not only placed himself in a defiant attitude
against reductions in tbe public expenditure— made appointments and paid salaries
where tbe Assembly said tbey should not
be made and should not be paid—but he
has endeavored as strenuously as man
conld to lower tbe representative body
in tbe eyes of the Imperial authorities. Our morning contemporary says
this is not true ; but as we have always a refutation for its own assertions in
its own columns, we merely direct its attention toits editorial of July 10th, whero
it says Governor Kennedy's message was
" written with a view to prejudice the
House of Assembly in the eyes of the Colonial office." Waxing warmer a little
farther down it declares that " the message is designed to destroy tho only representative body we rejoice in, and to place
the Government of tho country be.
nenth the despotic heels of a Governor and a Council of officeholders.''
Forgetting all tbis "hifalutin," which is
barely a fortnight oh', it now says " the
clanse that charges His Excellency with
endeavoring to place tbe Assembly in a
false and undignified position beforo Her
Majesty's Government is untrue." In
keeping witb this is its assertion that it
agrees witb the principle of the resnlu*
tion but that it should not bo brought
forward at this particular time. After
assailing tbe Governor as above, it wonld
be interesting to know at what particular
juncture it wonld think it wisdom to vote
no confidence in His Excellency. We
are afraid our contemporary resembles
Sydney Smith's Noodle family on "reform''
—always in favor of the principle, but
always opposed toits introduction, on the
ground that it is " ill-timed." We have
only space to notico tho " wind-up" of
the Chronicle's effort of this morning. It
says, after a column of the most extraordinary conglomeration of appeals to both
sides, that the want of confidence vole m
after all but a trap which His Excellency
bas set to catch the House. We will not
ask our contemporary if he has ever heard
of the man that caught ihe Tartar; but as
a matter of information would like to
know why His Excellency delayed the
trap so long ; why his friends endeavored
lo remove the trap; and, lastly, why Mr.
Pidwell was not deputed to set it ?
■lew Advertisements.
rsroTio-E.
UA ITIN   BROS.,
IMPORTERS  OF
Groce ies and Provisions,
FIl EPKOOF BUILDING,
LATfciA OCCUPIED BY ..'HOTELIER 4 Co,
WHAEP      STREET.
ti*
NOTICE
—of—
CO-PARTNERSHIP.
B17NSTER
HAS THIS DAY
ENTERED INTO
Partnership
WITH ALL LOVERS OF
GOOD   ALE!
jy 17-lm
J;   NAGLE.
Shipping Mr ster and Commission
Agent-
_£__>
pREW.S SUPPLIED AT THE SHORTEST
\J Notice—Goods entered and cleared at
tbo Custom House; Manifests, Charter Parties,
and Bi Is of Sale made out. Vessels bought
or Fold.
8S" Several small Vessels for sale or
charter.
Officii—Bastion street, near the Police
Barracks. jy17
For San Francisco Direct
■THE NEW AND FAST SAILING SCHOON-
er
_-vII3Sr_E3_R'V-A.,
To .ail on or about tbo first of August.
For Freight or Passage, apply to
E. I!. MARVIN,
jyl3 Wharf street.
New Advertisements.
Chains and Anchors.
TWENTY  TONS CHAIN
Short Linked and proved from \ to I
A, 3ST O H O 23, S,
From 20 to 800 pounds.
For Sale by
PETER M'QirADE,
jy 23 Wharf street, Victoria.
istotxoe.
IT HAVING BEEN CIRCULATED IN THE
Town that I, the undersigned, havo made
a Deed or Assignment lor the benefit of my
Creditors, I beg most positively to assure my
friends and the public that such is not the
case, or is it likely to be so, and I am still
prepared to execute all commissions, collect
rents, debts, 4c, witb my usual promptness
and desfjtcb.
PARIS CARTER,
Rent an    Debt Collector, General Agent, 4c.,
No. 1 Fort St., Victoria V. ...
jy20* Opposite "The Hall."
For  New Westminster  Direct.
THE   8TEAMER
ALE -X-AJST ID _R,_A_.
CAPT. J. SWANSON,
Will sail for New We«tminster Direct on
Thursday,   at   10   A.  M.
  ti**
TO   LET.
THE BRICK STORE, CORNER OF FORT
aod Wharf street, TO LET
Jei.se   Cowper,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
BOOTS AND SHOES,
LEATHER,
—AND—
SHOE    FINDINGS,
"STATES    STREET,
OPPOSITE WELLS, FARGO & Co.
At the old stand nf Webster __ Co., i.
prepared   to   supply  the  wants of  tho
public in his line.
The Latesi Stvles
Received l.y every arrival from Englai i
and San Francisco. jy2
jy22
Inquire of      THOMAS GOLDEN,
Fort street.
Sea Baths'  Sea Baths!i
25 cents.        25 cents,
THE UNDERSIGNED   BF.OS LEAVE) TO
inform tbe public that be has established
a first-class
Salt-Water    Bath-House,
Moored just above Douglas Foundry.
N. 8.—Bathers taken to the Bath-house free
of charge, by boats from the foot of Johnson
street.
U_f* Between the hours of 1 and 4 p.m. the
Bath-house will be open for ladies only.
jy 18 JOHN   KfiJD.
RED LION HOTEL,
GOVERNMENT STREET.
qiHE   ABOVE-NAMED™HOTEL   HAVING
J.  been opened by
JOE      EDEN,
He will be  happy to meet his  friends on all
occasions, an   will furnish them with
the best of
Wine?, Liquors, Ale, Porter, &c*,
and Cigars*
BOARD AND LODGING PER DAY, $1.
JOE pre-
h 10
 Bagatelle and Skittles.
Call and see the establishment,
sides and keeps order.
Sporborg & Eueff,
COMMISSION  MERCHANTS,
Importers and Wholesale Dealers in
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS,
Boots and Shoes,
Wharf street, Yictoria, V. 1. jy S
REMOVAL!
The Business of
THOMAS Wl   SON k CO.
Re.coinme.iced    on
MONDAY,    JUNE    19th
In their New and Commodious Store in
_JMI_A.SO_lsria     HALL,
GOVERNMENT     STREET,
(Opposite tlie Bank of British Columbia.)
STOCK.
WITH   THKIR   USUAL
WELL-ASSORTED
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, Reps, Chintzes,
Gents', Ladies'and Children's
Hosiery and Gloves;
Trimmings, &c. jy 3
BEE  HIVE HOTEL
FORT    STREET,
YICTOBIA,     "V.
I
I.
EDWARD   R
THOiiS,
Proprietor.
"ALWAYS    ON   HAND."
jy 2
LONDON    HOUSE,
May 30.,., 1866.
Our Importations for the present season aro now
complete by arrivals per EXPRESS this morning,
and the extensive shipments now landing from the
EASTERN CHIEF
Our DRESS, MANTLE, SILK, SHAWL, MILLINERY, LACE, 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.
VICTORIA, T. I.,
jy 2
LONDON FIRM,
J. P. T-install Co.
J. H. Turner & Co.
For Sale Ex Camden,
Hosteller, Boeker, and Angostora^Bltteri,
Oregon Cider in bbl.. and ease.,
Claret in casks, half-casks and cases,
Santernc and California While Wine,
French Alcohol 90 O.P.,
E.g. -llquot, TIanun and Bollenger f ham.
pagne,
And in Store a One assortmin.      Bri ndy
and Liquors suitable for   _.„' Tra.:..
l>S-Depot of Havana Cigars.
EUGENE THOMAS,
h « Yates street.
TH_E3_A.T_R.__!
Photographic Gallery
(UP  STAIRS).
'[ HIS GALLERY, LONG AND FAVOR-
« ably known to Victorians and strangers,
has facilities in the way of 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 houBe in town,
and at as low prices 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 tho most reasonable terms.
jy s
GEORGE
ROBINSON,
Fropriet (gfaenritg   (Dtlt^xn^.
TITESDAY  EVENING, -ILY  24, 1866
'
COMMERCIAL.
IINMIi
Per stmr ELIZA ANDERSON, from Puget
Sound—IS   bend  cattle, 6  calves,  83 sheep.
—Value. !. 1,135.
MIII'I'IM.    IMi;i.Ul,t«l.,
I'l.ttTO. VICTORIA, VANCOUVER    IMAM'.
KNTKIlEII.
July 24—Stmr Eliza Anderson, Pin<k' Port
Angelos
Schr Sweepstakes, Patterson, Stekin
Schr Industry, Ramsay, Nanaimo
CLEARED.
July 24—Schr Ga.elle, Gollacer,  Nanaimo
Schr Nor'Weslcr, Whiiford, New Westmin
ster
Ai.ahm at the Camp.—About two o'clock
tHs morning nn alarm was sounded at Ihe
camp. The volunteers tumbled out nith the
greatest alacrity, the whole force, comprising
some sixty officii*! snd men, being under arms
in lo | tluiu live minutes, although some side-
arms were missing and nn occasions! stocking-
foot might be noticed in Ihe ranks. Thealann
proved, however, to be merely a feint to try
tbe watchfulness- and promptitude of the corps.
C018_tf0iD_H0l rnov Siberia.—fin board
the steamer Gen. 8. Wright, which carries
Ooloncl Bulkleyand staff to Petropoloikl, is a
special correspondent of the New York
Herald, who will recount the struggles anil
incidents connected with laying the submarine
cable across llehriiigs Straits, and tho prosecution of this gieat enterprise through the
wilds of Siberia.
Tun Way tub UoariT is to Go—It is runfortd
that the department's of the Supreme Court
and the Post Office have received instruction.;
from the Governor to pay over th**ir fees into
the Crown revenue. We nre afraid His Excellency, like Cardinal Wolsey. is endeavoring
to serve the Crown too zealously, and will
meet with tlie Cardinal's fate.
ltEvEnsi.vti an old Provehii.—Mr. A. W.
Piper visited tho camp this morning nnd agreeably surprised our gallan; volunteers by presenting them with a liberal supply of coffee
and hot rolls. The meal was all the more
genial because the recipients had not to "pay
the piper."
Assadlt. — Richard Dougherty charged
Peter Walsh, in the Police Court, to-day,
with assaulting him on the 21st instant.
Dougherty deposed that Walsh asked him to
play a game of bagatelle, and on his refusing
to havo anything to do with him Walsh
pushed him about. The magistrate fined defendant $5, which he paid.
Teleoiiaph Wire.—The ship Mohawk was
to-dey di3char_iug part of her cargo of telegraph wire into the bark Onward at tbe H. B.
Co'a. wharf. The latter vessel will take In
some thirty tons of tho wire, which is galvanised and in perfect condition, and will
probably sail for Pctropnloski on Thursday
next.
Pca__ Sound Mails.—By telegraph wc
learn that the tug Pioneer left Olympia for
Victoria last night, at 7:3 ) o'clock, bringing
the Sound mails. The Josie McNear had not
completed her repairs, but was expected to
be ready by next Monday..
From Olympia.—The steamer Eliza Anderson arrived from Olympia and way ports this
morning, bringing a few passengers and a
small freight of stock valued nt $1,125. The
Anderson will be laid up here for the next
three weeks for repairs.
For Nanaimo.—The Sir James Douglas
sailed for Nansitno this morning at 8 o'clock,
with eight or nine passengers and a small
freight.
The Mail Steamer—Private telegrams received here to-day state that the steamer Cali-
foruia wns to sail for Victoria on Saturday
next.
From Nanaimo.—The schooners Alpha and
Meg Morrilies arrived in Esquimalt to-day
with coal for the bark Evelyn Wood, for Pe-
tropoloski.
Mn. Zinn begs to nnnounce to the innabit-
ants ot Victoria that he ha* lately received b
largo assortment of Children's Carriages and
Chairs, Fishing Baskets and Fishing Canes,
and a large quantity of Market and Travelling
Baskets, China Vases, Fancy Goods and Toys,
al of which have to be sold on or before
February next at greatly reduced prices
Goods sold at wholesale for cost piices.     *
The Noveltus in tho Silk trade this seaonj
are the beautiful Gras de Suez, Gros de
Londres, aud Gros de Pekin. A choice lot of
these are for Bale at the London House ; also
a splendid stock of Black Gros Grains and
Glares, from three-quarters to a yard and a
quarter wide, bought before the advance in
the silk market. *
Mr. Dioby Palmer requests that orders for
teaching, playing and tuning Pianofortes, and
for instruction in Singing, may be left with
Messrs. Ilibben k Carswell, Stationers and
Booksellers, Government street, or at his residence, near the lop of Fort street. *
Removal.—Mr. Hibben requests us to state
that he is now removing his bookstore from
the old stand, corner of Yates and Langley
str. ets, to the fine new premises in the Masonic Buildings, Government street, where he will
Open (n a day or two. *
TELEGRAPHIC
To-day's    Despatches.
srr.CHL TO THE ElEX;.._ mrxa'pa.
California.
San Fhancisco, July -3—Tlio Eastern
line is down beyond L .rum i*. No Knot-
em report receirer1.
A private telegram dated New York,
21st, with intelligence from Loriiiou to tba
12th, contains the words " Peace on the
continent; in absence of particulars "
The steamer Continental, which left
'jimymiis .July 1 ."itli and Mazstlun Kith,
arrived to-day at noon. Bfca brings
$57,525 in treasure. Left in pott at
Gunyinus tbe French nien-ofwnr Viclorie,
llliiti. Venus end Lucifer.
Since the dix .muling of ,*i number of
local militia companies under the operation
of the new law, many arc raorg_.nlf.Dg
under their old name, mil purpose keeping
U|> tlio organization and purchasi;g anus
and equipments nt their own expense.
It is stated tluit Mrs. Denny shot at
Mrs. OeWolf, widow of the late Ciptuii!
De Wolf of the Brother Jonathan, iu an
office in Washington street tlii.i morning.
No warrant issued.
Fare to New York by tho opposition
steamer Moses Taylor: Firat cabin, £ 10.) ;
second cabin, $0(1 ; steerage, $35.
The steamship Constitution, which left
Panama ou tlio O'.h , where she countcted
with the steamer leaving New York on
the 1st, arrived to day.
News from Bogota is important, nnd
iudi.atc.. a revolution throughout the republic.
Valparaiso dates are to June 17th, and
Callao to Jan. 30tb. News unimportant
from South Anicricu.
Gold in New York ou Saturday, 150J.
Legal Tenders arc* quoted lo this market
at70J(_.71J.
Arrived—British bark Panama, 77
days from Manilla, via Yokohama, 4~,
flays ; bark Legal Tender, 10 days from
Port Madison ; Ship Asia, Utsalndy.
Sailed—Bark Torrent, Pugot Sound ;
Hamburg bark Tuisco, Sydney ; Russian
Schootier Milton Badgir, Honolulu ; ship
Prima Donna, Prussian bark Matilda,
Hongkong.
Last Night's Despatches.
European.
La France Buys Prussia's conditions nre,
the exclusion of Austria from the Germanic Confederacy, exclusive command of
tlio military and naval forces of tbo Confederation by Prussia, ns well ns of diplomatic representatives of Germany abroad,
nud annexation to Prussia of the Duchies
as part of the territory already occupied.
La France also says : the Emperor
Napoleon at ouco sent these cood.lions to
St. Petersburg and London, ns raising
questions of European interest which can
only be settled by a Congress of tbe great
Powers.
. fhom   »invnvi.   .
The Idaho Statesman contains tlio following Montana news items :
Mr. Cyrus Jacobs, the. senior of the firm
of Jacobs __ Co., returned from an extensive tour through Montana yesterday. He
reports Montana a great country ; large
in extent nnd resources both farming and
mining. Business generally good. Population, thirty thousand : crowd still going
there, and crowd all the time leaving,
principally down the Missouri river. The
water is high , a large number of boats
up and fare cheap. Every man who has
forty or fifty dollars iu greenbacks can
get a passage to St. Louis. Many of the
mines aro paying well, but not enough
to prevent the larger number of men who
go there from being sadly disappointed, ns
is usually the case. Saw many of the
Boise boys' thoro, some doing well and
some otherwise.
As to the country let me say this, Klk
creek is a partial failure. About thirty
or forty claims on it will pay quite well,
nothing big. There are quite a number
of small gulches nround here averaging
nbont six or eight claims each, which are
paying quite well, some of them from
$6.0 to $1,000 per week to a rocker
'Jhese will mostly be worked out this
season. Deep Gulch, which heads about
two miles from here, and runs to Bear
City, is prospecting quite well, and most
of the claims where bed rock has been
struck are paying very well This will
not be worked oat before another seasou.
Peep Gulch empties into Bear Gulch.
Bear Gulch is almost undeveloped, the
mining being deep, and hence claims are
hard to open.
FROM   -SEITTkFOOT.
Tho Walla Walla Statesman says:—
We have seen and converged with four or
five men this week who have just returned
from the Blackfoot mines. They belong
to the disappointed class, and naturally
enough their account of that country is not
very flattering. They-tate that the country in every respect is greatly overdone ;
tbat where tbere is one good claim there
are a hundred others that will not pay
' grub,' and tbat not more than one in
teu miners there can find steady or profitable employment; tbat the rich claims we
hear about iu McCleHun, Deep and other
Gulches, are altogether tho exception and
not the rule, and that even in these very
rich c uims the miners sometimes work for
days and do not seenre more than wages.
Th.y instance cases where claims pay as
high as nine hundred dollars for a single
day, and then for week, they do not pay
the aipWM of working them. They report further that there is a large number
of miners from this side on their way back
to the old camps, aud that the retoruiug
tide may be looked for here iu a few days
or weeks. Many of the packers aud others
who went from this side with goods are
quite discouraged at a proipeet of not realizing more than cost for the articles tbey
have traii-portcd thither.
Tn_ Tco I'io___a arrived with the Sound
mails tli's afleruoou, and will leave to-morrow
about noon.
New Ailvertisemcnts.
Li the Supreme Court of Civil Justice
Vancouver Island.
iHE BANKRUPTCY ACT, 1831.
J EUOHABD WOODS, BEING THK CHIEF
I. Registrar of ttie said Court, do hereby
certify '.hat on the sixteenth day of July, in-
tt_.nl, a certain deed or Instrument bearing
date the _.th day of June last (18-6) and
in i*!c and executed by and between George
J iiy, James Chestney Hales and David Browne,
Copartners therein described, trading under
Ibe style or firm of JAY k COMPANY of the
one part and Thomas Lowe therein described,
trustee for himself aud the rest of the creditors of the said George Jay, James Chestney
Hales, and David Browne of the other part,
being a deed or instrument purporting to convey all the copartnership' estate and effects of
tbe said George Jay, .lames Chestney Bales,
and David Browne to be applied for the benefit of the creditors of them the said George
J:iy, James Cbcstney Bales, ami David
itrowne as if they had been from the date
thereof duly adjudged Bankrupt, was on the
said sixteenth day of July and at the hour of
16:30 In the forenoon of such day brought
into my office for registration, nnd was duly
registered pursuant to the provisions of the
lliinkruptcy Act, 1801.
Given under my hand and Seal of the Supremo Court of Civil Justice at James Bay,
Victoria, V. I., tbis sixteenth dny of July, A.
D., 18011.
RICHARD WOODS,
Chief Registrar.
RoBIBT Bishop,  Soucitob,
I.nngley street, Victoria. jyl6
-CSTOTICE.
Iii Ihe Supreme Court of Civil Justice
Vancouver Island.
IKT   B AJ_>X__CKXri» TCY,
In re Jay k Co.
4 LL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMSO.V THE
.4. above Estate are requested forthwith to
send in the same to Mr. James Chestney Bales,
Seedsman, at the Nursery of Jay A: Co., Victoria ; and all persons indebted to the said
Estate are desired forthwith to pay the amount
Of their respective debts lo the said James
Obftltney Bales, whom the Trustee has authorised to receive the same on account of the
said Bitate.
ROBERT BISHOP, Solicitor,
Langley Street, Victoria.
Datod JG.h July, 1866. jy!6
A
jy is
W_A.3STTEID.
MAN FOR HOUSE WORK,
Park Hoiel,
Be.icon Hill.
J.    SPENCER,
HOUSE AND. SHIP
PLUMBER,
Gas-fitter and Bell-hanger,
Corner ate.    and Government streets
All branches of tbe above business practically done wilh neatness and despatch, at
charges to correspond with the times.
TOBACCO PLANT
ARRIVAL OF ANOTHER CARGO FROM
Virginia & Cuba,
VIA 'ASPINWALt,,
Of(tie_IO-t        ' i itialie'l ini.
TOBACCO   &  SEGARS
EVER IMPORTED
Samples can be had at the " ADEI.PII',"
corner Yates and Government streets.
I also carrv on the business at my OLD
STAND on JOHNSON STREET and WADDINGTON ALLEY.
F. CMPBIXI.,
jy2 ADELPHI SEGAR STORE.
EX  FIDELITER
A Choice Lot of Bacon
Just   Arrived*
New Advertisements.
ACVTIO 5 .
J.P.Davies-t- Co.
Mf.O.Ef.I_S | .D -.nflwio. .vi.-_.r_i_.T_.
Sal_>rs.__, Fireproof *<one Building,
tt'h irf tt*t nrar rates.
Cash Advances made on Consignments.
Thursday July, *4tith,
•1- V
AT 11 O'CLOCK, A. M,
On the premises, Port street, known aa
WILCOX'S   HO PET.,
New Advertisements*
!jr n
STOCHN-m
F
For Sal*, by
iy a
P.   Gilligan,
STORE STREET.
Bar Fixtures', Handsome Circular Counter, Extra Large Mirror, Glassware,
Mated Pl.t...*, Clocks, I .(.lures,
Handsome .Model of a. Ship,
Two   Bagatelle   Tables,
Ar,:;o,
Modern Hou«-I_ol<l
Furniture!
Cane, Mahogany and Bar Chairs, Looking Glasses, Card, Extension: and
other Tables, Sofas, I.iirems, Bedsteads, Feather Beds and Bedding,
TVasli«tands and Furniture. Hair
Mattresses, Carpets, Blinds
KITCHEN FURNITURE,
Washing  Machine,   Force   Pomps,  Gas
Fittings, Chandeliers, et".
TERMS CASH.
•floods to be removed on day of.Sale.
j. p. d.u.i:», *_. ro.,
jy'M Auctioneers.
L.   BETTMAN.
_______ IN DRY GOODS,  GROCERIE:
BOOTS AND 8SOS8, k., ke., ke.
Oiymph, W- T.
WARM WEATHER!
ICE!   ICE!   ICE!
*     LUX0BT  WITHIN THE   REACH   OP
x\ all, supplied by
4LEX.    _PTIII_,l__ir»H,
FORT STRECT,
To ley nothing about Ginger Be. r. Lemonade,
or Soda Water with it.
fi_tT The way to keep cool. jy3
DP- E _\C O V A JL,r
Tho 7v.ll kno',vn
JEWELRY ESTABLISHMENT.
— o.—
J. L.  JUNGERMAN,
Has been removed to his NEW STORE
IK   IJIE
Masonic   Buildings,
fl0r_._tffl-_.IT   STREET,
victoria, v. i. jy 2
WILSON & MURRAY,
GliOCERS,
Provision, Wine & Spirit Mer.lianr.-',
BAKERS & C0_.F_.CT_0.iR3,
I'OIIT ST., VICTORIA, V. I.
SHIPPING     SUPPLIED.
Mrs.   Heia
KEEPS   CONSTANTLY  ON  HAND   THE
latest fashions In
IsA I Zu L. X 1ST IE 3=1 Y,
 AT —
Prices to Suit the Times.
GOVERNMENT    STR    T
Hetween Fort and Broighton. |y ".
HERMAN   SHULTZ,
—Al'—
His Well Known and Old Established
Stand
The Government st. Scot Store,
Has just received  por steamer
A   FINE   ASSORTMENT   OF
Ladies' and   Children's   Shoe.,
Which he ofTer** at a very loir price.
Receives by each steamer from  England and
Sun   Fr.incisco
BOOTS     cSc    SI-IO.THS
OF   THS
FINEST   AND   REST Q. ALITY,
FRENCH   *\E5THr»R,
SHOE     FINDINGS,
At prices to correspond with the times.
jj 12
NOTICE
Ship Mohawk, Capt' Davie., from Iordon
TEITHER  THE   CAPTAIN   NOR
il     the undersigned will be responsible for any debts that may be contracted by tbe crew of the above ship.
jy!5 IIENUV NATHAN.
                      Agent for the vessel.
$50   REWARD.
THE ABOVE REWARD WILL  RE PAID
to any person recovering trie money and
Deposit  Receipt for $900 on the  Bank   ol
British North America, stolen from the Coal
Pit at Nanaimo on Wednesday, July 4th.
fiEORGE WALSH,
if 3w* Nanaimo
A. & W. WILSOX,
Home and Ship Plumbers
GASFITTERS,
BELL-HANGERS & TINSMITHS
FORT   STREET,
4Ei order, promptly aftc-nded to
Jy2
CARRIAGE   PAINTING
IN   ALL  ITS  BRAN CUES,
Yates Street
.Between Deluge Engine  House
and the International Hotel.
Work   solicited,  and   done   on   the most
reasonable t"rms by
W. M. KEOHAN
jy ll-lm
J! I ha tn bra
81LLIABD SALOON,
CQilNER eeTEKIBBST *»_D YtTES srs.
XJ_?-ST-A-rP-S-
Entrance on Yates Street.
jv 3-lm
HAVANAGIGARS.
LEWI!.  &  ANTHONY,
TOBACCONIST3.
47 Tates St., Brick Store
Next to Corner of Government St.,
I..KC. TO INFORM THEIR FRIENDS AND
I) t c pnblic in general that they will constantly receive hy every strainer a food assortment ot Genuine ii avana < isms
Knd the next Brand-, of Tobacco,
imported direct for this market, so that they
ate able to compete with anyhruseon this
Island, either Wholesale or Retail,
N. B—Special  attention will bo paid to
Oountrv orders.
IIEIMAN   LEWIN.      |     LOUIS ANTHONY.
THS .PIOKTEJa-f?-
ICE CREAM,
—FROM THE—
PACING TELEGRAPH HOTtL,
IS AGAIN IN THE FIELD.
rpHB PROPRIETOR IS PREPARED TO
JL supply, as usual, his customers, parties,
balls, etc., at moderate rates.
PACIFIC TELEGRAPH HOTEL,
jy3 Store street Facta   and   Scrape.
MlLITABT  RlSO.RCE-    OK    AtJSTBIA.—
The Vienna Ost Deutsche Post .ays :
Austria bas at the present moment
800,000 men under arms. This is no
idle boast Tbe present complement of
the armv exceed? that of its previous war
footings by 1.0,000 men. But tbis is not
tbe criterion which best shows the military
strength of Austria. What astonishes
everybody is the rapidity, precision and
calm which havo prevailed amid these
concentrations and armaments. Without
having recourse to requisition, or to recruitment exceeding the nominal numbers,
without nny extraordinary movement
being perceptible out.ide the military-
workshops, tbis imposing army has been
concentrated, arranged, armed and
mounted. In the space of a fortnight
Austria has procured from the markets of
the couutry tho horses required for ber
cavalry, artillery und wagon-train, and
bas even allowed some of tbe minor
Slates to purchase and export horses.
Whilst in Prussia country gentlemen have
been compelled to give up their carriage
aud saddle horses for the use of the army,
and even Ren's equestrian circus bas been
ohliged to furnish its contingent. With
OB the horse races are proceeding as usual,
and private individuals hnvo been put to
no inco jvenience. Austria possesses three
things which make her a great military
State; she Ins men, and horses, and
forage for the latter. What Austria bas
not we well know ; but what she really
has, and in abundance others seem not to
be aware, and will, therefore, now have
to learn by experience.
Chinese Shops.—The Chinese shopkeepers are fat, comfortable looking
fellows, witb pleasant, good-humored
faces. They showed me their curiosities
very willingly, and none the less courteously exchanged a smiling ' chin-chin '
with me, if I left the shop without purchasing anything. Tea-shops are numberless. They aro piled up with cbests such
as we see in Engl mil, and with open
baskets of coarse and inferior tea for the
poor. The cheapest kind is made in thin
round cakes or large wufors, strung upon
slips of bamboo. It partially dissolves in
hot water, und is flavored with salt by
those who drink it. Of this form of
brick tea I have never seen any mention
in the books published by travellers.
There are poulterers' shops, with fowl.
roasted and raw, nod vegetable sellers'
stalls, and fish in baskets, dead and not
over fresh, or alivo in large tubs of water.
They were all of the carp fumily, inclnding
rehoos, mirgals, ami kutlns, so familiarly
known in India, also several species of the
siluroids, called vulgarly ' catfish.' The
fish brought from the sea are salted and
sun-dried, and, with strong aid from immense festoons of sharks' fins, set up a
stench that it is not easy to walk through.
—Dickens'' All l/ie Year Round.'
Novel wav of Taking a Phisoneb—
A fast young nobleman in Vienna, over
bead and ears in debt, and famous for bis
success with the fair sex, received recently
a perfumed, rose-colored noto, whose contents ran: 'Sir, your agreeable face
and figure have made such an impression
on me, I earnestly desire to make your
acquaintance. Come this evening to the
Vieuua Theutre. I have taken stall No.
18 in the parquet, and I have asked the
ticket seller to keep No. 79 for a gentleman, who would ask for it, saying No.
79 forever. I trust I may have the pleasure of seeing you. Emma.' The dandy
dressed himself in a most elegant manner,
and as 60on as the doors were opened he
applied for ' No. 79 forever,' and received
it. As the curtain rosea gentleman came
into the theatre and took the seat. As
soon as he was at his ease he bent over
and whispered in the dandy's ears, ' I am
a constable ; I have been hunting for you
these fifteen days gone unsuccessfully.
Don't make a scandalous scene here, for I
tell you I have tbe warrant for your ar
rest 1. my pocket. If you will be quiet
you i_ay heur the opera out.' The fast
man stared wildly enough at first, and
then, seeing resistance utterly useless, he
remained quietly until the end of the
opera, when he followed the constable to
tbe debtor's jail.
Superficial PEOPLK.-Snperfieinl people
manifest a liking for superficial things.
For my part, I can but reverence the
feeling that likes one small article of pnre
gold before the most elaborately wrought
production whieh is but covered with a
superficial gilt ; and most certainly the
preference one feels for a reality in
material things is and ought to be part
and parcel of the snme feeling which
reverences the real iu all things, material,
mental or moral. Very disgusted we
feel with mere sentiments of Pecksniffian
morality. When, too, the murderer varnishes his defence with higliflown allusions
to virtue, we feel to loathe tlie man who
in the worst sense, can desecrate disgrace. Superficiality and showiness often
go together. The vulgar expression,
'He's all there,' has in it a true and telling exposition of this same subject. Its
simple meaning is—all that he knows and
possesses is about him ; there is no mind
furniture or body-furnitnre at home.
You can see it all. . n the end, superficiality of all kinds is a very dear thing ;
it brings no lasting satisfaction, and, like
finery of dress, it becomes but a flaunting
relic of a few brilliant days—The Quiver.
Mrs.  Partington wants to know, if it
were   not intended  tbat  women shonld
drive their husbands, why are tbey pnt,
through the bridal ceremony f
FACTS va THEORIES
"Give me a place to rest my lever on,"
»ayi Archimedes, "and I will move the
world." " Give me pure and unadulterated
drugs," eayB Medicus, of the olden time,
'and I will cure disease."
In one sense, both of these learned pundits
were the veriest charlatans. They knew there
waj no place to rest tbeir lever on, either to
move the world or cure disease. Mechanism
was in a backward state, and tbe medical profession was but another name for sorcery,
and all the adjuncts of magic filters and
charms of tbe " evil eye," ke.
But tbese latter dayt bave borne unto us
something more tban even superstition and
its crew ever dreamt of in tbeir maddest philosophy. In these days of practical science,
what was theory ot yesterday ir fact to-day,
aad all the old time notions become as hubbies
in tbe sun, and burst and break wilh every
breath we draw.
Let Archimedes shoulder his lever and we
will find a resting place for it to move the
world. Let mine ancient Medicus pant and
toil no more for the drugs be so sorely needs,
tor we bave tbem at our hand, ever ready to
serve tbem at bis beck.
Refined in the laboratory of Dr. M»g_iel,
the finest materials known In tbe medical pro
fession are obtainable by any one. Hit
Billious, Dyspeptic, and Diarrhoea Pills stand
unrivalled, and bis Salve operates with magical effect upon burns, scalds, and all sores and
ulcers oftbe skin.
In fact, we tbink Maooiii/s Pills and Salve
are tbe wonder of tbis century, and we are
bappy in the thought that many others of our
brethren of the cralt agree with us. Wc would
earnestly counsel that all families provide
themselves witb Dr. Maggiel's I'repaiaiions at
once, and keep tbem ready at band, so as to
use them at the most opportune timo and as
occasion serves.— Valley Sentinel.
New Advertisements.
A   NlW   AND   GSAND EpOCR   IN   MlDICINE I —
Dr. Maggiel is the found., of a new Medical
system. The quantitariaut, whose vast internal doses enfeeble the stomach and paralyze
tbe bowels, must give precedence to tbe man
wbo'reslorcs health and appetite, with from
one to two of hie extraordinary Pills, and
enres the most virulent sores witb a box or so
ol bis wonderful and all healing Salve. These
two great specifics of the Doctors are fast superseding all the stereotyped nostrums' of Ibe
day. Extraordinary cures by Maggiel's Pills
and Salve havo opened the eyes of tbe public
to the inefficiency of the (so called) remedies
of others, and upon which people hare so long
blindly depended. Maggiel's Pills are no ol
the class that are swallowed by tbe dozen, and
of wbich every box full taken creates nn absolute necessity for another, tint or two of
Maggiel's Pills suffices to place the bowels in
perfect or.l«r, tone the stomach, create an appetite, and render the spirits light nnd hucy.
antl There is no griping, and no reaction in
the form of constipation. If the liver Is affected, its functions are restored; and it the
nervous system is feeble, it is invigorated.
This last quality makes the medicines very
desirable tor the wants of delicate females.
Ulcerous and eruptive diseases aro literally
extinguished by tbe disinfectant power of
Maggiel's Salve. In fact, it is oere announced
that Maggiel's Hill.his, DyNpeptlc
and Diarrhea I'lils cure where all
others fail. While for Burns, Scalds, Chil
blains, Cuts nnd all abrasions of tbe skin
Maggiel's Halve is infallible. Sold by
J. Maooii., 11 Pine "treet, Now York, and all
Druggists, at 25 cts. per box.
BRITISH    PERIODICALS*
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— AND—
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The four Reviews re puhliahe.l by Messrs. ccott It
Co., are general'v co 'Bidered as the Ureal K'-vi.-ws
and Blarkwood has been justly placed in the earns
r-nk. Whoever dispenses with riadin. pnl.licatlrma of
this olass, wbstcver mar be his -ea.ral i p.form ,linn
will soon be altogether behind the time- in whieh he
lives—aad in these times a persoi mav e.ton (jet very
far br-hind. They may be read and studied with h.i-
vantaue by tho people ot this country, ot every creed
and party.
aar BLACKWOOD la unusnattr attractive st this
time to Americans, not only tot Its seri I articles by
..IMUmii.hed writers of Octlnn, but for ihe accunt of
the late civil w r. now being written liy C.l. Von
Borke, aGe*mano_icer, chief. ,(.stall toGon. J. E. II
-Inert, of the Confederate armv.
TERMS   FOR   1886.
For anyone of the Reviews $jj ptr annum
For an. two of the Review  7 ..
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For all four of the Reviews |J .«
Foa Blackwood's Magailne  4 ..
F.ir Blackwood and one Revl.w  7 <»
For Blaikwnod and any two of tho Review 10 ..
For Blackwood and three of the Reviews..13 "
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CLUBS.
A discount of twenty per rent, win be a'lowed lo clubs
of Otur or more persons. Ttiiia, four espies '
Blackwood, or of one ievlew will be sent to one ...
drets or*12 80 Foureoples of the fuur Bevlews and
Blackwood, for$48, and soon.
POSTAGE.
When sent by mail, the Post.ch  lo soy part of
Unit, d   t tea wil be let t went, four cents a rear for
"   uckwood," and but eight cents a year for each of
the Reviews.
Reduced Prices for previous years-
Subecribera may obtain the Rej>.lnts immediately
preceding MBS, as follows, vis. t
Blackwood from Septem er. 18M. to December, 1865
inclusive, at the rate of $2 60 a year.
The JVortA Brititi from January. 1863, to December
I'M, inclusive, tbe Edinburgh -nd tn, Westminster In m
**p 11. ISM, to Deceml.es, lsos, Ineinive, and Ihe
London Quarterly Sot the year 181,6, al the rate of (1 .'.(1
a year for each or any   evl-w.
*-_rA tew copies yet nm .In .fall the four Bowks
for 1868 al M a set, or »1 .0 for any one. «""»
LEONARD   SCOTT   &   CO.,
Publishers, 38  Walker Street, _V. F.
L. ?. _. Co., also publish the
FAEMERS OTJIDE
By Bmi Srpaine, ef Edinburgh, and the la.e J p
Noam-, of Vale college. 3 vol.. Hoyai Octavo 160-
pegea, end numerous Engravings* *
_e^-iM ** ""' "" tw8 vo'anei—by Hell, poet paid i
P <"* jy__   ' I
ICE  CREAM
STRAWBEBM.- MD CBEAE
Miscellaneous.
All the Delicacies  of the
•Season
A. W. PIPER'S,
<;0. I.I-V.-I.VI     STREET,
OPPOSITK TUB THEATRE.
 ti*_
ST.   LOUIS    COLLEGE
"WILL     RE-OI>E3Sr
On Monday, 6th August.
iy _-lni
Miscellaneous.
A   Triumph    of    Science
THE  LIGHT   OP   THE   WORLD
DR. MAGGIEL'S
PILLS   & SALVE.
These I.ile-.iving remedies lire now, for tb.. flr-t
II".', g Va i publ'oly loth- iv r *l. fur over a,manor
f a .ai.tury of private practice the lngrclit n Is in th.ee
Life-Giving Pills
Hive besn used with tho greatest success. Th-)r
mlsalin Is .'tony io it. vent . Is. as.*, but lo cure
Theyee.rcn 0_. Ill' various mill ..lies l.y „ h:ch tho
patient is i' •■•ring, and re. invigorates' t':e llllng
system,     I „ ascd and  infirm a lew .1. „.•*, of theso
valuable I'll,     will | rove lobe
A VERY FOUNTAIN OF YOUTH,
Fnrln ever V OS r tsoy add new life and vitally, unci
c-l.r.' the w ,, I. ■*j,..„.gl_, lo their irietiiie sl.te. ...
in., ji.nngani ml .11* .god ih.y „ill pr.vo m.ist in
>alti lie, ii* a Ml y, speci'l. and slerlng ni.'dlcine.
erei.a ilr.a. i realized, tint P..ce.del,eon sough'
lor line,* huliced */ear*t ago. and never f nnd. no
looked Lira I 'nilain tbat would restore.the old to
vigor and make v.iuth ever
An Internal Spring!
It was left f„r 'bis d*iy and hour to reallne tho dream,
and show in one glorious fact the magic tbat made
il fair.
THESE FAMOUS   REMEDIES
Can-Kit it-it tha fliy;l.t ofyeain, but they can force back,
an' hold i.].,..., disfant-s hat ini.ihtlri mob over tho
■ff (1 and tht. vouti?. Lei. n<'i_e hesitate then, biu
•fix., the .av.trable opportunity that oiler,.. When taken
as |*t«'-(\ ilu'd —
For Billions Disorders
Notliine ..ai. te mnr« productjee of cure than tbese
PIIIm.—Tunr almost migtc influence I* r«l_ at 0'0«j
■tnd the usual cone rnitanta of thi*. mi it diitreasitiK
'tis.'ine art removed. Thene rem.diea are made from
the pureat
VEGETABLE COMPOUNDS.
Th.y will not barm tho most delicate female, and
ca.be gl. en with good effect In proscribed deses to
the youngest babe.
For Cutaneous Disorders
Andall eruottonsof tho skin, the sUI.VF.ii most In
valuable. It does n t heal eaternally alons, but pcue-
tr tes with tin- most aearchlng effecl a to the very root
of ihe evil.
DR. MAGGIEL'S PILLS
Invariably cure tho following   Diseases :
Atthma,
Bowel Complaint.,
' Coutrhn,
Colds,
Cheat Df<ertseit
CoitiYeDfSfl,
l>y rspHpslrv
Dip.rrhna,
Dror»j\
D_ti_llltyt
RttaVt-tOomplalMiL
Headache,
Indijr-ation,
Infl'ieiza,
Inflimm ,*!o_i,
Inward V/eaknwa,
Lirerfjom plaint,
Lq ime«!«of8pir_ti,
Ringworm,
Rheumat'sm,
Salt i. lieum,
Scalds,
Skin DiFcaaer.
*&• NOTICE,--Nonegenrine without the ena-rared
trade-mark -ro'i nd etch pot or box, signed bv DR. J.
MACGIi-.L, 43 Fulton street: ISbw York, to counterfeit
wnich is felony.
IO" Sold by an resnectnble Dealera in Medicines
throutrhout th* United Siatea End Canida— at 25 cent*
per box or pot.,
A. C. Langley 8c Co.,
Agents for Vancouver Iala nd nnd British
G-____l>v i,
hi
ROYAL
INSURANCE
FIBE   <3Z LIFE.
Capital, - - Ten Million Dollar*
ESEI-VE    TO     MEET    LOSSES
FivoMillion Dollars!
rUh.l.ESTU-.NER, Esq    M PCHAIRMAN,   PERCY M
DOVE, MANAGER.
This C-mpany has now the largest income for Fire
-mi Lilt* Premiums of imy Company in the world.
The niiiiersi|Tne_, Ajrenlsfor Vancouver Island and
Brltieh -olumliia, return their purticular thanks to the
public r.tr tli*'ir piitroiin.1.'" of ttio Royitt since tlie open
int,' of tlie a^enoy, aift nl... to the Victoiia Kire Coin-
panic* foi their Valueble s.ivie.-s.
Tlie Fire Branch,
Ot this agency In 1861 was nearly double that ori863—
the risk In Victoria alone amounted t., $1100,000.
The business of the
Life Branch.
Has also largely increased   since the   Directors reduced
the is ..es to the Engllbh standard.
Anderson 8c, Oo
Store Street.
Agents for Vancouver Island und British   Columbia
MO
Miscellaneous.
THE GREAT
KEMEDY   OF
AQK.
THE
HOLLOWAY'S OINTMENT.
The   * il.. (    ot  the   Ointment   on    the
Hyetcm.
To Ibo v. ry co*e and centre of ell di.'ases
wlilch effect the human body, this remarkable
preparation penetrBles. Il disappears under
the friction of tbe bands, as salt disappears
when rubbed u,ion meat. Tbe unguent perforins its healing errand rapidly, safely, aad
without pain, t-imple eruptions, open sores,
hard tumors, Fcrofulous developments of all
kinds, nbcesses, cancers, old wouncs. and, in
tact, every species of inflammation nnd suppuration, whether in tbe skin, tho flesh, tbe
glands, or among the muscles, can be arresteb
in ita destructive course, and permanently
cured without danger by rubbing in this inestimable Ointment.
Bad. Lege,
Bart   lii'iii..Is,;
I'l.cra.
Soree,   and
In many Hospitals in Europe this celebrated
romedy is now used for the cure of old wounds,
sores, and ulcers ; in Spain nnd Portugal, and
in many parts of Italy, the first Physicians re-
regularly prescribe its 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, ane
emigrant.
lmpradenclee   of   i uulli ; —Soree   anil
Ulcere.
The above class of complaints is surely re
ooved by nightly fomenting the parts will
».irm wnter, and then by most effectually rub
oing in this Ointment. Persons suffering fron
these direful complaints should lose not a mo
ment in arresting their progress. It should bi
ni-derstood that it is not sufficient merely to
smear the Ointment on the affected parts, but
it must bo well rubbed in for some considerable
timo two or three times a day, that it may be
taken into the system, whence it will reraov.
only hidden sore or wou_d as effectually a,
tbougb it were palpable to the eye. Bread and
water poulticeB, after the rubbing in ol th
Ointment, will do great service. This is tb.
only proper treatment for females in cases ci
cancer in tbe stomach, or for those wbo suffif
from a general bearing don n.
I'lii'.t, Kieliilim, Stri-tnree.
Blotches, asalso swellings, can with certainly
be radically cured if the Ointment be used
freely, nnd tbe Pills be taken night and morn,
ing ns recommended in the printed instructions
When treated in any otherway these complaint,
only dry up in one place to break out in an-
nher ; whereas this Ointment will remove thr
hutnor from tbe system, and leave the patien
i vigorous and healthy being. It will rc.uir.
,ime, aided by ibe u_o of the Pills, to ensure
asting cure.
Dlptherla,   llronchltie,   Sole   Throats,
Any of the above class of diseases may be
-ured by well nibbing tbe Ointment three
.lines a day upon tho skin covering the throat,
chest, and neck ol tbe patient. The unguent
will soon penetrate tbe pores and give immediate relief. To allay the lever and lessen tba
iiiIl.iminion, eight or ten Pills should be taken
night and morning. The Ointmeut will pio-
duce perspiration, wbich is so essential for
remo-ing fevers, sore throats, and those oppressions of the chest which arise from
Asthn.a, Bronchitis, and other causes.
Both the Ointment and  rills   should
be ased In the following Caeee i
THE LANCASHIRE
Insurance    Company.
Capital,  Two Millions Sterling.
Nancheeter Exchange Street.
i.iiiiiIiiii 10. I ornhlll.
Liverpool 7, Water xtreet.
Olaegoir 4, South Hanover .trert.
Birmingham The Exchange.
Brletol 50, Broad Street.
3ad t*gi
OomH (Corns)
Rheumatiim
Bnd Breastl
Cancers
.* ctlik
Bums
Contracted       and Sore Nipples
Sunion-
;: 11 ti Joints
* re Throat
_Ht"Ol Moichetoeo
Rlephantiaiis
Skin difieas
Mid S-inil-Fllei
Kistula*
.Scurry
oco-bay
Cblegtwoot
Goat
:-itri> heads
lilnmliilsr     Swell-
rumor*
lings
Ulcers
JbilbUinn
l<'-mbago.
Wounds
Chapped Hands
Piles
Yaws
Sold nt V e __ta.Iislir.ent ol Pro.issor Hollow a
ill, strand, leear Temple Bai), London ; also b. a
f-espeet-ble Druggists ldq Dealers in Medicines tbrongh
-in tl.e civilised world, at the following prices la. 1 Kd
2. !-d. 4s 6d., Us., 32., and ___, each Pot.
*.* Tbere a a considerable saving by taking the b_r_ev,
lees.
N B.—Directions for the guidance of Patients In evej
disorder ere affixed to each Pot.
HAVING BEEN APPOINTED AGENTS
for the above Company, we are now prepared te take risks at rates as moderate as
these otnnj other responsible Company.
Wfc.JSSKN_._m.KK 4 SC'IILOESSER,
Vancouver Island Agency.
jy 2
NOTICE-
Big   Bend,   British    Columbia.
DUI.PG IHE MINING SEASON, THE
undersigned will be prepared to execute
surveys, and transact a general agency business at Big Bend.
JOHN   MORRIS,
jy 2 Civil Engineer.
THE  ONE  THING   WANTED.
HOLLOWAY'S PILLS.
The Blood.
These famous pills are so composed tha
tbey operate wholesomely on tbe stomach, tho
liver, the bowels, and other organs; by correcting any derangements in tbeir functions,
whereby ft steady supply of pure materials tor
the renewal of tbe Blood is liiniish.il, and a
constant abstraction of effete products is effected. This perfect circulation thus becomes
the very fountain of health and life, and overcomes all form of disease wherever its situation.
General DUordei-N of (lie Live.
and Stomach.
All wbo ever indulgo a* table, cither in eat-
;ng or drinking, should take about ten of thes-
fumous pills nt bed time, from which nillree
suit a clear head and good stomach the fell *w-
iiiil morning. Tbousnnds of Ladies are always complaining of sick headaches, want o
appetite, want of eti.rg., and want of strength,
to correct all tbese evils, three or four ol these
Pills should bo taken twice a week, when they
would give tbe invalid Jho health anil appetite
of ft ploughman.
Females of all A_re_ and Cla__e.<t
Obstructions of any kind, either in young
or hose between forty and fifty—tb t most crit-
Ici Ipeiiod of life—may be radically remo. .d
by using these Pills according to the printed
di..'1'tiuiin whiob nccompany eaoh box. Younj
persons with sickly and sallow complexions
may have tbe bloom of benllh restored by thi?
corrective, wLicb purifies the blood nnd expels all gross and impure humors from theeys.
tem. Beware then of the critical age Iron
forty to fifty, as it sends mnny thousands to
premature grave,—these Pillsshould be tftkei
.t that period of lite two or three times e
. eek
Want of Strength and [Energy-
Persons of sedentary habits, or those troubled in mind, working iu Factories or Coal
Pit?, wbo cannot oblain that amount ol fresl*
air and exercise wbich nature requires, sutler
from weakness and delilitv, lowness of spirils
and want of appelite. All such should take >
Jose or two of these Pills every three or fom
days, as tbey act gently and effectually on tbe
system and impart vigor nnd energy to the
body, which is always followed by a good
appetite, sound and refreshing Bleep, and o
high flow of spirits.
For the Care of Dropsy.
The effiocy of Holloway'a Pills in Dropsy
Is extraordinary. They act with such a peculiar effect upon tho system, that the fluid?
causing tbis direlul complaint, are pemeptibl
carried off and prevented from any /urthei
aecumu'ation. Tho sufferer regains a buoyancy of spirits, aud rejoices in a completely
renovated coustitution. It is indispensably
necessary that tbo Ointment should be most
effectually rubbed into the complaining parla
during tbe whole course of treatment.
Children and their Alum n.r,
In no country in the world are more children
carried to an early grave than in Great Britain.
Coughs, Measles, Scarlatina, Fevers, and other
diseases attack the. little sufferers, and death,
but too often, follows at a rapid pace; yet if
at tbe first stage ol these oomplaints, parents
were to have recourse to Holloway's Pills, all
danger would be avoided for the stomach
and bowels wouH oe gently but efectually
cleansed bv this mild aperient; the depraved
numors correcteo ana tne secretions dniy regulated. A perfect enre would ioon be effected, and the I'ttle patient restored to sonm'
health.
Holloway' Pi. t _re the best known remedy in thi
world . it the following diseases:
Fold at tbe Establishment of Professor Holloway, -41,
jtrand, {near Teraule Bar,) L ndon ; als** by all respect
able Druggists and Dealers in Mc.ilclneethroughout the
civilized world,et the following prices—le. 1^.., 5. (Id.,
ts. lid., lis., 22s., and 33s. each box.
Asiie Female Irregular- Scrofu'eorKlof a
Asthma tiles Evil
Billious Complaints Fever of all kind.-'ore Throats
Flte Stone and Grave
Blotches   ou   the (lout Secondary tiymp-
skin Head Ache tome
Bowel complaints    Indigeslion Tlc-Doloreux
Colics Inflammation Tumors
Constipation of the Janndlce Uleers
Bowels Liver Complaints    Venereal     aflee
Consumitfnn Lumbago tlona
Debility Piles Wornia    of   •
Dropsy Rheumatism kinds
Dysentrj Retention ef Urine Weakness    from
Erysipelas whatever cause
*** Thero is a considerable saving by taking tbi
irger sizes.
Directions for the guidr nee of patients in every d_ior
der aro affiled to each box.
Printid and Published by McC_.it_ 4 Co., ft*
the office, Langley Street.

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