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 VOL. I.
VICTORIA,   VANCOUVER  ISLAM),   FRIDAY   BVENING,   AUGUST   10    1866.
NO. 34.
THE
'EVENING TELEGRAPH,'
PUBUDUM)
!/erv   Evening at 4  O'clock,
(Saturday and Sunday evenings excepted.)
ALSO IVIKY
a JNDAY    MORNING !
TKIl.'.IS OK   MUBHCllII'TIOff I
am, li. advance, by matt, T10 no
iniiiitlis .'     fl no
■*, payable tn Carrier,        25
■CeplM      10
•inns of Advertisement apply at the
Office. Lan?ley Street
miscellaneous.
inch Expedition Against Ciiini-.se
i-:s.—The following news from (Jo-
China appears in the Muititeur :—
ie mail brings the details of an expe>
■ ion wliicli has beeu undertaken against
b nest of pirates in the Plain of Hum-
boos. This is a district of vast eztsnt,
and almost entirely consists of impracticable marshes, and has always been con-
lidered impervious to troops. From time
immemorial this region has served as the
haunts of bandits, at present commanded
by a man named Ticn-lio, and supposed
to number somo 500 or fiOO men, who oc-
enpied a village called Tnp-.Miioy, situated on a sandy islet, and strongly defend
id with palisaded redoubts. On the 12th
April three columns composed of marines
Bailors, native soldiers, and Anuamite
militia, forming a total of about 400
men, wero embarked ou some gunboats,
md the next day landed nnd commenced
operations, preparations for which had
been for somo timo mado by the governor
of the colony. A number of small boats
bad been provided, by which the soldiers
were enabled to traverso the ditches, the
only prncticablo method of penetrating
ibis region, all of which had been fortified by Tien-bo. However, Commander
Deromo, in churge of the expedition, determined to proceed vigorously, und despatched one column, under the command
of Captain Boube, in one direction, who
carried a strong position, and he himself
attacked a bastioned fort commanded by
Tienho in peison, and defended by about
300 men. After nn obstinate struggle
the fort wns carried by escalade and tho
enemy (led iu all directions. The next
day the three columns ro-unitctl at the
stronghold of Tap-Muoy, which, however,
they found deserted, and which they
burnt. This expedition, which does great
honor to the troops engaged, lias achieved
complete success and secured the tranquility of the colony.''
MaOIII CfSTCMS AND MANNEH8 IN 1SGG.
Talking of tbo Maories, it seems that tbey
have ou the west coast become much demoralised by being brought into contact
with tbo gold diggers. This description,
by a correspondent at the Grey, is highly
graphic, to say tlio least, of it. Thc
Maories here, both male and female, have
adopted very freely the worst vices of the
lowest Europeans. It is a wretched spectacle to see the women dressed iu crinoline
and flashy garments reeling about all day
io a state of semi-intoxication with drunken
diggers. The rest may be conceived.—
The Maori men nre some of them very
decent intelligent fellows. But there are
others who spend their whole timo in
playing billiards and drinking, just liko
their dissipated white brethren. Tt is
vastly amusing to press into some of the
lower drinking shops and see a lot of
Maories playing pool, another Maori acting as marker. They piny tolerably well,
and make ipiite as much ado about a fluke
"s tbo swell players at the Albion. Some
of the men have got comfortable weatherboard houses, but they appear to have
very indifferent domestic habits.
Bringing Ur.—A person's character
depends a good deal upon bis bringing
up. For instance, a man who has been
brought up by the police, seldom tarns out
respectable.
PASHION   HOTEL
AND
Concert  Roonie
The only Place of Amusement in
Town!
THK  UNDERSIGNED HAVING LEASED
theso  well  known establishments, begs
leave to announce that they will bo
Re-opened on Saturday, July 28.
The former Billiard Hall has been converted
into a Concert Room, where may always be
found attentive and obliging attendants.
Best qualities  of Wines, Liquors, and  Cigars served-by the proprietor in person,
CHAS. BROOKS
Admission Faun. jy '26
New Advertisement*.
"ROUND THE GOSNER"
IS THE NAME OK THE
NEW    SALOON
jcot opirao is-
Luifloj   Street,   round the
eoraer from v.-itcs Btreet,
In tho building formerly  occupied   by   the
Saloon of Bmuuurdt'j Bantu
The Saloon has been tnstefully refitted,'
and will bo supplied with the
FIRST    QUALITY   OF
Wines   and  Liquors.
The proprietor respectfully invites thc public to call "ROUND TIIE CORNER" und
judge for themselves.
GOVKUKEIMT   IT REM    BVTBAKMS— NEXT
door !o the Telegraph Uflico.
JyW JACOB   I1CKKIMEK.
THTJ
EVENING TELEGRAPH
T
Oriental Restaurant,
YATES   STREET,
In connection with the Oriental Hotel.
HIS  ESTABLISHMENT   IS   OPEN AT
ALL HO0BS OF THE DAY OH NIGHT
TJHE    TABLE
Will bo furnished with the best tho market
affords.
Breakfast,
Dinner,
Supper
At moderate prices.
Oysters   in   every   Style.
Private Rooms for small or largo parties.
Call and judge for yourselves. jy H0-lra
NOTICE !        NOTICE !!
I^ROM THIS DATE THE UNDERSIGNED
X.     has concluded to reduce his price ONE
HALF ; and hereafter the
FINEST WINES AND LIQUORS,
ALE,   BEEU,  kc, ke.,
Will be served at the
'"METROPOLITAN"
At TWELVE AND A HALF CENTS
per sample.
The public will please call and sample, and
satisfy themselves that the very best is to be
had at the above price.
T. J. BURNS,
Metropolitan Saloon, Store street.
jy 20
In the Supreme Court of Civil Justice
Vancouver Island.
THE BANKRUPTCY ACT, 1831.
T RICHARD WOODS, BEING THE CHIEF
lf Registrar of tbo said Court, do hereby
certify that on the sixteenth day of July, instant, a certain deed or Instrument bearing
date thc 2Cth day of Juuc last (18GI1) and
made aud executed by and between George
Jay, James Chestney Kales and David Urowne,
Copartners therein described, trading under
the Btylo or firm or JAY k COMPANY of the
one part and Thomas Lowe therein described,
trustee for himself and the rest of the creditors of the said George Jay, James Chestney
Hales, and David Urowne of tho other part,
being a deed or instrument purporting to convoy all thc copartnership estate and ell'ects of
the said George Juy, James Chcstucy Hales,
and David Browns to be applied for the benefit of tho creditors of them tho said George
Jay, James Chestney Hales, and David
llrowno ns if they had been from the date
thereof duly adjudged Bankrupt, was on the
said sixteenth day of July ami at the hour of
1U:30 in the forenoon of such day brought
Into my office for registration, aod was duly
registered pursuant to the provisions of tho
Bankruptcy Act, isgi.
Given under my hand and Seal of tho Supreme Court of Civil Justice at James Hay,
Victoria, V. I., this sixteenth day of July, A.
D., 18(36.
RICHARD WOODS,
Chief Registrar.
RonnnT Iiisnor,  Solicitor,
Langley street, Victoria. jylC
NOTICE.
In the Supreme Court of Civil Justice
Vancouver Island.
I2ST    BiftJSTKKXnBTaTZ-,
In re Jay & Oo.
t LL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS ON THE
A. above Estate are requested forthwith to
send in the same to Mr. James Chestney Bales,
Seedsman, at the Nursery of Jay & Co., Victoria ; aud all persons indebted to the said
Estate arc desired forthwith to pay the amount
of their respective debts 10 the said James
Chestney Hales, whom thc Trustee has authorised to receive the same on account of tho
said Estate.
ROBERT RlSnOP, Solicitor,
Langley Street, Victoria".
Dated 16th July, 1800. jylti
GENERAL
Job   Printing
ESTABLISHMENT
Langley Street,  Victoria,
The  Printing   Office
New Advertisements
or THK
EVENING
TELE6RAPH
Office ii replete with every appliance
and variety of Material for the
Execution of
LETTER PRESS   PRINTING!
Id all its branches, whether
Plain or Ornamental
'PIII-: OFFICII AIMS at aecuring
_L euct speedy Execution of orders as is
consistent with correct and elegant Work-
manshlp.
Orders received for Printing
Books,
Business Cards,
Pamphlets
Invoices,i
Catalogues
Bill Heads,
Sermons,
Trade Forma,
Reports
Circulars, (Plain   or
Rentals,
Coloured,)
Leases,
Hand  Bills. (Plain or
Law Forms of
every
Coloured,)
description,
•
THEATKE
Photographic Gallery
(UP  STAIRS).
'I'HLS GALLERY, LONG AND FAVOIt-
1 ably known to Victorians and str.ingers,
has facilities in the way of light, materials,
Ac., and the expcrltffl fl Of the proprietor i n-
aliles him to furnish Cartes de Visite, Ambro-
types, and photographic work ol superior
auish unequalled by any other house in town,
and at as low I'Ricea as otiikr i:siaiii.i.-ii-
msnth 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.
GKOUOE    U0I3INSON,
au 0 Proprietor.
For Friocs,   apply   at the  Office,
Langley street,
NOTICE
CO-PARTNEHSHi
BUNSTER
HAS TII1S DAY
ENTERED INTO
Partnership
WITH ALL LOVERS OF
GOOD    ALE!
jy 17-lm
EX   FIDELITER
A Choice Lot of Bacon
Jvust   Arrived.
For Sn'e by
P.   Gilligan,
STORE STREET.
Miscellaneous.
EXPRESS LINE STAGES,
rpHB COACHES OP THIS LIVE WiLi.
A. now run regularly, leaving Yule, ti. 0
ou
lUoudajw,
Wednesdays
Aud Fridays,
AT 7, A. JI.,
FOR    SAV ANA'S    FERRY
(13ig Ilend Route), until the completion ol the
road, when they will go to Savana's Kerry,
The Coach for Cariboo will  leave Vale on
Monday.
jy 2 P. J. RARNtRD.   '
General News Agent
J. Stratman.
EMPIRE NEWS DEPOT
Cor. Washington & Sansome sif.
Kitn FV&lici*ot>«
rpiIE ADVl-illTlSRUia prepared to loppiy
X with punctuality and oeleritj tbe annexed
newppftpprs ami periodical! opon the following
terms All orders, lo receive Immediate attention must be accompanied by cash remltiaoofi
and handed in previous to the 4th, 14th, nnd
24th ot each monlh.
London Daily Time* ....$14 00
'<       Tht Field  i 1 00
"      lUmtral"d Times „  "00
• •       Weekly Time*        7 00
«      BcU'k Li fe in London 14 00
'       Week!) niRi'fttch 14 00
«      111. News nflhe Wuild 1400
••      Public Opinion  7 50
•      Index (Free iTade) li 00
«       111.   Sporting News  8 00
"       Spectator  1100
"      Keview   1400
•'       Saturday Review , 14 00
Dublin Nation 12 00
London Illustrated News 14 00
Atlanta Monllil- , 3 00
Blackwood's Magazine ^ 3 00
HtrperV Magazine 3 00
Sixpenny Mugizmc «* 3 Oil
Kn ckerbockiT < „ 3i>C
Pacific y-nilhly  .."••..., * 300
(io«ley»sl-idie;s Book...... 3 00
Muiical Hoet 3 00
Continental Magazine. 3 00
Madam Demoveet'l M out hly ;t 00
¥. Leitie'MiPw Family Magazine .3 00
Chambers' Edinburgh  oiirnal 4 00
Monthly   papers, (Mice »  Week ii 00
• « "       All the Year Round 6 00
Thnckeray'i Comhil I Ma aitne fi OC
London Lancet 6 00
G. A. ?a1a*s Temple Bar fi 00
London Society Mttgatlne fioj
Bt. James ItfSgutatt 0 00
Edinburgh Review 10 00
London   Review 10 <*0
North llrilirthltfviett 10 00
iMtmiuxter K«n*w 10 00
Londou Art Journal i:oo
Mimr; k  Smelling Mag 1000
THE GKEAT   tlEHEDY   UK   THE
A OK.
HOLLOWAY'S OINTMENT.
Tho   effect   of  the   Oirfmtut   on    the
By mem.
To the Vffjr co e hii'i rt-:i're of n!I dii nut
which affect tbe bifnan I <>''.y. tbia rennnkuhle
preparation ptneirnic.. 1* iltappfatfi under
the friction oi the baodi, i-e i*lt di.-uppenri
wben rubbe'l u^on Dent. The lingnrtit performs its healing errand rapidly, ?nfely, aad
without pair.. Minph- eitlfiliOM, open aorei,
Imrd tumors, icroloiom ctvelupmenti of all
Kinds, abcessPB, emu-cry, old wonnes. nnd, in
(act, every species of j:<llniiniiii>on nnd sup-
purution, whether in tl e iklo, the flesh, the
glandd, or nmong the DiUli lei, citn be •• rn-rteh
in iii destructive course, Hnd p.'rumiietifljr
'■nn* 1 without danger by rubbing iu ibis inestimable Ointment.
L'uil    Li-kk,  Ilud   BrcMte*    Sort-*,   and
I let I..
Tn many Hospitals in Kurope this celebrated
remedy is now used for the cure ol obi wounds,
sores, and ulcers ; in Spain und Portugal, and
in many parts of Italy, the Brat Physicians re-
regularly prescribe its nee. It is a sovereipp
remedy tor bad breasts and bad legs; and likewise for all skin diseases, it is to be found in
the chest of nearly every sailor, soldier, am?
emigrant.
lmijrudenclea   of   Vouth ;—Sorea   and
Ulcer*.
The above class of complninta is surely re^
noved by nightly fomenting the parts witt
varm water, and then by most effectually rub
oing in this Ointment. Persons dtiffciing fror»
these direful complaints nhould lose not a mo
ment in arresting their progreil, It should bi
understood that it is not Sufficient merely to
smear the Ointment on the allected parts, bul
it must be well rubbed in for some considerable
time two or throe times a day, that it may be
taken into the system, whence it will remov.
only hidden sore or wound as effectually a.
though it were palpable to the eye. Bread nnd
water poultices, after the rubbing in ot tt.
Ointment, will do great service. This is tbj,
only proper treatment for females in cases c|
cancer in the stomach, or for those who suflffc
from a general bearing dow n.
Piles, Fimtulai, Stricture!.
Blotches, as also swellings, can with certainty
be radically cured if the Ointment be used
freely, and the Pills be taken night and morning as recommended in the printed instructiiona
When treated in auy Other way these complaint.
only dry up in one place to break out iu an-
tthcr ; whereas this Ointment will remove the
bumor from the system, and U*»« »b« p»i»«*
\ vigorous nnd healthy being. It will requin
,ime, aided by the use of the Pills, to ensure
asting cure,
Dipt lin in,   Bronchitis,  Soie   Throats,
Any of the above class of diseases may be
"ured by well rubbing the Ointment three
alines a day upon the skin covering the throat,
chest, and neck ot tho patient. Tlie unguent
will soon penetrate the pores nnd give immed-
latfl relief. To allay tbe (ever and lessen tha
inflaraation, eight or ten Pills should be takca
night and morning. The Ointment will pio.
duce perspiration, which is so essential for
remo"itig fevers, sore throats, and those oppressions of the chest which arise Irom
ABtbma, Bronchitis, and other causes.
Unth  tho  Oiniment and   fills   ahnnld
in-   used   in the  following  Cases t
rtnd I pfrs
norn« (Corns)          RhMiniatUrn
Bad Bi-eantB
Cancers                  (Scald*
Burns
Qontraottd      and Bore Klpplee
Bunloni
Sti tl.lnint-?            * ro Throat
L'iti- nl Mofflut^e*
Elephontiailfl        idkin diseas
and Sand'Fllei
I'iHiulas                  *curvy
ocu-liiiy
Oout                             -urn beads
Ch logo-foot
uiandnlar   Swcb rum*>r<
llugi                   i l<.-ri>
Chilblains
1* '-mtiagfi.                   Wodlidl
Uhapiiod Hands
1'ilua                       Yawl
1
Sold nt t' c EFlabli^lnnfnt of Pkofps8'>r ITollowa
<M4, Strand, rnenr Templti Bat), Lond»n : aUo by a
/cp|H'ctabli* Druffftlsti Lnq Pcali'ri in Meillclnss ibroii^h
om ti.o olvUised world, at the rolttiwins brlovs It, li%d
2. 9d. 4s ed.. lis., JB., and 898.; wet Pot.
%* Tlinre s a oonstdorablosavtog by taking the lar^s*
izes.
N 11.—J)irectioni f'TiliP Fuidnnro of P;ill<-nt«   In   fftt
dliordarareafllisd toeseh 1'of
(sewing machines,^
**>t
180 ,^p.
**•* Street, Sant^C
|M> —Th* Sinx^r Muchin. I« th.
will m*r 111 kind, .if cluth with s
tSr 75.000-©8
MACHIXKS  SOLD  IN' TWO  YEARS
The almost incredible increase in the sale of
the Singer Machine during the past two years
is owinp to the popularity uf the LETTER A
TRA.VSVEK.SK BHUTTLE Family Machine,
which was introduced in 18C0, since which
time it Las earned and established a reputation for family uses equal to the celebrated
manufacturing machines ol this Kirm, which
are generally acknowledged, even by dealers
in ottier Sewing Machines, to be unequalled
for such purposes.
8«r NO OTHER Family Sewing Machine
has sucb perfect and improved appliance) for
Ruflling, Hemming, Binding, Felling, Tucking,
Gathering, (Juaging, Brilidia , ■ or ng, <i lt-
ing, etc,
JBfc^" All persons requiring nlornjatirn
about onr Sowing Machines, their > izes, Prices,
Working Capacities, and tbe best method of
purchasing, can obtain it by sending for a copy
of tho
SINGER   MANUFACTURING   COMPANY S
ILLUSTRATED rAyi'HLKT,
Which is entirely devoted   to thc  subject
will bu sent gratis, with specimens of work.
Local Agents wanted in every Town.
WILLIAM       I> KICK
General Agent lor the Singer Muufg Co.
jy 2
it (gbcning   &dcgrapb. telegraphic
FRIDAY KVENINO, A00U3T 10,1866.
COMMERCIAL
siiii'i-i.m; i«tki,liuk«ck.
roKT OK VICTORIA,  VANCOUVER   I8LAM).
KNTItllEn.
Aug ln—Sch   Goldstream,   Hewitt,   N   W
coast of V I.
Sip Lady Frniiklyu,  Pritchard,  Kan  Juan.
CLCABBO.
Aug 10—Sch Discovery, Rudlin. Cowichnn.
ci '
A   Oautioh    to    Ksc/iiualtkrs. — Tarte
-was fined $10 this morning in the police court,
lor pulling a boy's car who had been giving
him insolence. Passing by tho somewhat
severe penalty indicted for su trilling an offence, in a case where, as the defendant truly
remarked, be could not well "pull the hoy
• jip" before the court, we think the worthy
magistrate was rather severe upon tba good
people of Esquimalt, when he described them
as a "turbulent set, always disorderly ami
requiring a policeman constantly among them
to keepjthem in order." Tlio majority nf the
public will, wo are sure, rather give the town
the credit of being very quiet nnd ordl rly,
when it is considered that several ships are
always stationed there, that there are no police
in the place, nnd that there has hardly been a
charge against any of thc inhabitants lor the
last six months.
Donations to thu I»stiti:tk.—The following hooks have jnst been presented to thc
Mechanics' Institute: From Sir James Douglas
6 vols "Spencer's History of the United
States," illustrated with steel engravings; 4
vols. " Alison'sIIistory of Europe "—Harper's
Library edition; 1 vol. " Napier's Peninsular
War" ; 2 vols. " Kelly's Victoria in 1853 and
1858"; 1vol. Atkinson's Upper nnd Lower
Amoor"; 1vol. Rac's Arctic Sea"; 1vol.
Drew's Meteorology " ; 7 vols. Novels. From
D. M. Lang, Esq.— 0 numbers of the " Economist" ; ! do.   "London   Quarterly"; IC do.
Blackwood's Magazine."
.Si.-pkkme COURT,—Tho court was occupied
all day with the case of Uunstcr vs. Joseph
Ilros., an action for damages to tbo amount
of SCOOO, enased by the overflow of plaintiff's
premises by water in the ravine. The court
proceeded to view thc premises nt 10 o'clock
nnd afterwards went into the evidence in the
case. There are, it is said, some thirty witnesses who may be called. The case, which
is the Inst one on the docket, was going on
when we went to press.
Victoiua Rifle Cones —Pquad drill for recruit* on Tuesday and Friday, at 7:110 p.m.,
at tho Ordarly Room, James Bay. Young men
wishing to join tho corps will find this a good
opportunity so as to begin the drills with the
new members.—Third class firing, Wednesday, at 4 p.m.—Second class firing. Monday
and Thursday, nt 4 p.m. By order, J. GoBDoN
ViNTRit, Lieutenant and Adjutant. August
4th. ^^ lw*
From Nanaimo.—The steamer Sir James
Douglas arrived yesterday evening with 12
passengers and a quantity of Island farm produce. Bishop Ililis and Rev. Mr. and Mrs.
Jcrus, of Nannimo, were among tbe passengers. The Nanaiihoites celebrated the success
of ihe Atlantic cable by a public diuner
which passed off well.
DnivB DOWN TBI Nails—Householders might
easily earn the gratitude of tbo fair sex, nnd
also prevent uo small amount of profanity
among masculinity, by each person driving
down the projecting nails iu the sidewalk in
front of his premises. Five minutes' work in
each case would do much good.
BsquiMALT Phoi>erty—We call attention to
the large solo of real estate in Esquimalt by
Messrs. J. P. Dnvics 4 Co. to bo held nest
Thursday. There can be no doubt that property In thnt neighborhood must ultimately
become very valuable, and now is the time to
invost.
Lbbcii Rivbr Ditcu.—Tho Government
calls .for tenders for cutting 60,000 feet of
lumber at Leech rivor for tbo Hume. Should
the contractor put up a saw mill and dam he
will he allowed $500 for the latter.
Till Savaor Don—The parties In (his case
did not appear, and the charge was dismissed.
The owner of the dog, it seems, paid tho boy
$10, and Inspector Welch stated in court that
ho believed the dog had been destroyed.
For Nbw Wbbtminstkr—The steamer Alexandra sailed this morning, nt ten o'clock,
with somo twenty passengers and fifty tons of
freight, including a quantity of (lour, bricks,
a number of sheep, etc.
Sino. Vbrkin—The fifth anniversary of this
popular institution will bo celebrated ou Sunday next by a picnic at Oak Bay. Tickets
may bo had from the committee.
For Portland—The steamer Fideliter will
•nil on Monday next, at 10 a.m.
THSPioPLB'sFKiKBD—PKRaY Davis' VwasKAta Tain
Kiu.n_.Tlio Oreateit Family Mullcino of tbe Age—
Taken internally,  tt  cures sndiU-n oolda, coughs, etc.,
toak atomach, general debility, nursery, flore numtli,
canker, liver complaint, dyspepsia or .indigestion,
cramp and pain ln the stomach, bowel (Jomplalot,
Paintera'colio, Asiatic cholera, diiirrliuii, nnd dysen
twy, Arri.irii EXTEasAiiT, curca felons, boila nnd old
■oiea, severe burns and scalds, cats, bruises and
apraros, swelled joints, ringworm and tetter, brok-n
brnaiu, Crested feet and chilblains, toothache, pain in
*h« face, neuralgia and rheiimal'sni It is asurc
«"edy for Ague and Chills and Fever.
spihiil to thi: eraii<i miwin.
To-day's    Despatches.
i:iii'i)|M':in.
The Cuiiiiiii-ri-fit Advertiser hits the
territory couth of the river Main eomitta
chiefly Of llndi-ii mnl I'.ivnriii, containing
u |io|inl iimii ol eight millions of (formal!
speaking people ami if left to tlieir own
inclination limy would fjo with the majority of their countrymen under PriUtia.
l'crlmps Count Bisumrck foresees this
nnd shapes his policy accordingly.
Whatever tuny be tbt result of diplomatic
negotiations it is abundantly evident thnt
the house of llnpsburg will never more
represent the greut German empire. The
result of the wur clearly snows that Prussia nnd not Austria reprcaeuti the <Lr
mar.ie clement. ARStHfttnoonrabtd before
other influences than thc Prussian needle
gun.
The Paris Patr'e saw tbo I'rench
squadron ut ToiiTon has   bfen   ordered to
gel ready f«r sen Immediately, destination
unknown.
A rumor is current  that if Frankfort
does not, pay the forced contribution the
city will be closed und no one uilowed to
enter or depart.
Last Night's Despatches.
New Ohlkax, August 3—Martial
law hus been withdrawn. The Grand
.Jury found indictments against twenty-
live members of the convention, und their
trial before Judge Abell will proceed.
New Oblkans, Angus' 8.—There have
been no more riots of any Importance, although minor difficultiei are constantly
occurring. Too much blame bus been
laid OH thc negroes by ihe Southern accounts. Tbe special police i'oice should
hear some of the blame. This happy condition of political ulf.iirs exists every where
throughout Louisiana. A rigid enforcement of the Civil Right! Law by Commissioner Shannon, whom Judge A bell attempted to repress a few weeks ago, when
he was himself repressed by Sheridan,
caused a dee)) ill feeling aud thc call of
tho convention precipitated bloodshed, us
soon as it was known that the President
would sustain the courts, Judge Abell
having already declared thut the members
should be arrested.
California.
San Francisco, Aug. 7.—The Eastern
line is np, but on account of several lightning storms east of Laramie tve are tillable to get a report.
A telegram from New York to the
agent of the Nicaragua line of steamers
states that the Santiago bad arrived at
New York iu six and n half days from
Greytown. The whole passage from San
Francisco was made in 'l-l days, only 34
hours being spent on the Isthmus.
MAIIKtiTS.
Flour, superfine, half sacks, $ 1 71(8 |8 ;
wheat, good, §1 1:> ; inferior. $1 45.
Barley dud.    Oats.  Inferior,  $1   26,—
Potaloes, Mission, S0eQ60O.
Gold iu New York yesterday wns 1 -17■]
and Sterling Hunker's bills 107j(a Ins.
Bale of $0,160,000 in Legal Tenders at
SHIPPING,
Arrived—Bark  Glimpse, 0 days from
Port Discovery..   Sailed—Ship  Lookout,
Boston ;   bark  Emily Banning, Belling-
hum  Bay.
Anthracite. — Disbelievers in our coal
mines, if there nre such persons, should call
at tbe Queen Charlotte Coal Company's oflicc
anil see the splendid specimens of hnrd coal
brought down 1)}- the Leouedo yesterday.
PUBLIC Mkbtiso.—A requisition hearing 4D
signatures was this morning presented to the
Mayor, asking him to call a public meeting
on Tuesday evening next, to consider the
union question.
CitfAL's.—Houseless and dejected bachelors
will be glad to learn that tins well-known
restaurateur is nhout to relit and rc-opeu tlio
old premises on Government street.
Decline in Whisky Drikxivo.—In
consequence of a fulling off in the   foreign
demand for Scotch mado whisky, it bus
been arranged by a few of the leading
Scotch distillers to closo their establishments for a longer or shorter period, as
circumstances may determine. Cars-
bridge Distillery, which can produce
50000 gallons weekly, and employs nearly
100 hands, is expected to be closed for
two months.—Uumfernline Press.
Sl»c< iiil \oli< <■-..
A Lady in Paris recently gave a
concert at her house. 'Do you like Ilosj
sini?' said she to one of her guests.
'Kossinil indeed I do ; he is my favorite
composer.' 'Are you familiar with his
'Barber'?' (of Seville) 'Oh, dear no,'
was the reply ; 'I always shave myself.'
pABDHEABTKD Art. — "Steel your
heart," said u considerate father to his
sou, " for you aJe going now among some
fascinating girls,"—"1 would much rather
steal theirs," says the unpromising young
man.
MThy are people who Blatter not to be
relied on?—Because they are always
breaking their word.
A  R*W  AID flUA.Mi Kl'ocll   II   HlMI
Dr. .M.vgi<-1 is Ihe  fuuncit. ol   a im-w    ■
Tbi 'i11 'ntUtrttmt I lsti*r-
i.;d doses enU-eble tlie stomach nnd paralyze
tba bowels, nail give precedence lo Ike man
wiio m tores health aod appetl'*, with from
one to two ol 111* t juri'or.iiii.oy Pilli, anl
cures ill* ttttti virulent so<-e* «i;h a box or t-u
..' bis woadertel nml ail bMllog s.iiv.- Tbeaa
1 twn gn .it .-j.' ■ It I of the Doeiurs are fast §u-
. perse.li,!^' .ui tba ilereoij p> I aoatrums of ihe
: .i.iy.      l;*ir.-Hir'l;iirirv   i   .   '     I.v  M ...'trii-l's Pilli
aad Salva bare ojiMed tba tynt of tbi public
io tbi u.i 111, I- nev nl ihr (<o i :illei|) rernc.ii' *
ut otters, ami npoo wbich people Imve so hug
blindly dspeadad. M-tr/h i's I'.llit me no ot
I that are swallowed In- the duZi-n, and
tS w'mli every box full titken creates nn ub-
»olut« necessity lor another. (Jn* or two of
Huftal'l Pill* suffices to place thc bowels io
pi'ifirt oril tone the stomach, create an appetite, ami r, nili-r the spirits light and buoyant I Tbero is 10 griping, nnd no reaction in
the form of en slipatioii. If tho liver is af-
fecter:, its functions are restored ; audit the
niMVniis sjstem is feeble, it is invigorated.
'ilu* lust quality makes the medicines very
de-iruble tor the wants of delicate females,
t'hcroui and ernptive dis'-nses are literally
extinguished by tt.c disinfectant power ol
Ifagglsl'i Salve.   In fact, it is bere announced
in.it iiawdel'i IIIUuun, Dyspeptic
and Uinrill"a 1*11M cure where all
others tail. While for Burns, Bosldi, Chil-
hlains, Cuts ami all abrasions of the skin
llai;t;l>'l'k halve is infallible. Hold by
■). .M.ioiiiKi., II Pine «lrce\ N'uw Vork, and all
lliuggists, at 2,"i cts per box.
llol.l.oWAV'S (llVTMl.ST   ASD    PlUii.—EflljCt-
iial Ail.- In the sad time of sickness it is
tin eiing to know that a remedy does exist,
nnd liiiti it can bi prui ured at a little cost.
Holloway's Ui.itnient und Tills are invaluable
in relieving paloi reduclog Inflammations,
nml regulating disordered actions. Thev
never caa bs misapplied, apr can Oiey under
any circiimstai.C'-s cause mischief. Taken in
appropriate doles, tbey are a blessing to the
rich, when suffering from indigestion, gout,
skin ilisea-es, Ac , and a boon to the poor
when strin k down by illness. Holloway's
medicine should be in tho possession uf all
soldiers, sailors and einitrrunts, who will then
be in a position to relieve pain and cure
dlseaas when medical assistance cannot be
obtained.
M11. Zlsl begs to announce to the inhabitants ot Victoria that he ban lately received a
large assurtuient ot Children's Carriages and
Obaifi, Flihlng baskets and Fishing Cams,
and a large quantity of Market and 'I rave.ling
RasfcttS, China Vases, Kanry Goods aud Toys,
all el which have to be sold 011 or belorc
February next at greatly reduced prices
Goods sold at wholesale tor cost prices.     *
Its.MOVAt,.—Messrs. Solomon Urns, have removed to tho t»o-slory brick building on
Government street, opposite the .St. Nicholas
Hotel. They huve neeived, ex ship Mohawk,
from London, a line assortment of men's
clothing and underclothing, which they will
sell lower than any house in town. Give them
a call. *
Tun Fashion Horn, and Music Hall will
be opened this evening at D o'clock, when
Chari.ks ItaooKS hopes his friunds will not
fail to give liinl a cull anil sample his tine
(Vines, Liquors nnd.Hignrs. Kvery attention
shown to guests by the new attendants.     *
Ma. PaaiHAM requests us to state that he
is about to remove his Variety store from
Winl'liiigton Alley and corner of Government
and Cormorant streets to tho largo store on
Johnson street known as the " Queen
•Saloon." *
Mr. I>. Lis OS AY, Accountant and Official
Assignee in Bankruptcy, Ac, kc., requests
us to Intimate that be will remove his Office
to Captain Stamp's New Building, Government Street, on Monday, 30lh July. *
Ai.cxaxiiiik's Gloves—Messrs. J. II. Turner
k Co., London House, have received to-day,
by Express from Paris, a full assortment of
Alexandra's famous kid gloves, for which
they are thc sole agents in Vancouver Island
and British Columbia.
New AdrtsrtisemeoU
Everett's Exchange,
bTOEE s:-i:i-;i;r,  v. J.
•I'HE PBOPJUBTOB KKSI'Kcrn u.v ;■;.
1   tonus  Ins I- e ei- end   Ibe public 1  ■ ' he
lias opem d his old s-u:,i,,i i„ .Si,ue siree'. w : . ri
I lie wiil   keep   ai   before   til-   lin.-.t ijU.ilit,  uf
IIXE8, LIQCIOBS, aod CIOABS.
1 ome snd see,
an.-l-lin       CAT. KVKIiKTT, Proprietor.
In Ike Supreme Court <>f' Cicil Juttiie,
Vancouver Hand.
For  Portland ])irect.
THE FINE  SCREW STEAMER
"FIDELITER"
CAPT. If. C. ERSKINE,
Wiil   sail  from  Brodrick's   Wharf,  for the
above  port,   on
Mcnday,   August   13th,
AT IO O'CLOCK A. M.
currying freight and passengers.
For particulars applv on board, or to
J. P. COUCH, Agent,
au tl-ld
Wharf street.
FOR     S-A.H.E
rPHE RIGHT, TITLE, AND INTEREST
X iii Land known as R VIII. S '20, Quam-
ielinn District, and It VIII, S I, Soinenns
District, in nl  about 100 acres, situate In the
Oowlcban Battlement*
For particulars apply to
JOHN GLASSEV,
Bastion street,
nu 9-lm Opposite Shcrilf's (Mliee.
Anniversary  Festival
or TUB
GERHAHU SING VEREIN.
TIIE  FIFTH  AXMVEUSAUY FESTIVAL
of tlie above Socictv will   be   held  next
SUNDAY, August 12th »'t Oak Buy.
Tickets can be had of the Committee, J.
Sehl, H. Rudolph, H. Hubcrmchl, Wm. Lohse,
Johu Iiacker, A. W, Pfeifer. auO-td
J.   NAGLE,
Shipping Mi ster and Commission
Agent-
pREWS SUPPLIED AT TIIE SHORTEST
\J Notice—Goods entered nnd cleared at
the Custom House; Manifests, Charter Parties,
nml Bi Is of Sale made out. Vessels bought
or sold.
IsJ" Several small Vessels for salts or
charter,
Orrica—Button ttreet, near the Polico
II.u racks. jyl 7
ItlXll.l Tl(t\S.
AT A SPEC! \ I, MKKTIKf! HELD AT
Utduge Kngiui. UoUM, Ko. 1. An: Ul 0, 1si;i;,
tlo- following reiolatiooj were uiiuiiiuiously
ailnpted :
1—That a resolution of condolence on he-
half of Deluge Engine Co. Ho, 1 he offered to
the Widow and Friends of Mr. John Wriggles-
worth, late a member of this Company, on
their recent inelnnrboly bereavement, viz.,
."/—That it is with feelings of the
deepest regret that wc pay this tribute of our
regard in testifying our loss, nnd to express
our sorrow to his widow and friends at the
demlie of .Mr. John Wrigglesworth, who has
been suddenly taken away In tin- full vigor of
life and manhood, feeling sure that we, in bis
bare loii agood snd efficient member,
and the community B good citizen.
2nd—That a copy of the above resolutions
be forwarded to his Widow.
3rd—That the Deluge Engine Hou-e be
draped in mourning for the space of Thirty
days.
4th—Thnt the thanks of this Company be
tendered to the Tiger, UnlonHookand Ladder
Companies, for their attendance on this occasion, ^^r^^^^
EnwAttt) It. Thomas
Qaoaoa .Noun; ■,
n u 7 1 w
In  Bankruptcy.
Wednesday, tbe 1st  of August, 18«C.
•.ylll-IIKAS, A PKTU'Hi.N FOII ADJPDI-
1 \ V iTiiion ol Mnnkrop'cy, bearing date ihe
I .Mm day of July lam, '.in l« in duly tiled by
IVilli .in I';t'-oiiS Sit) ward, Clmrlea Keni, and
I-!.-.:- Wilson, agaii.,1 JOII* JO.-sKPII
HKCKEDV of View -treet, Victoria, Carpenter, nnd ill* Mid I'din Joseph Vcciioly, having
been duly declared-nod adjndlcMed ,l ll'til.-
b'"ebv required to twvtndet hiaii'lt
to Hi- ' onnr Joseph HeedbaM, t'hn-1 Jui*li'U
of the .vuiin-me loin ol t':v.l .loslic* nlor*-.
s-iid, on Wednesday the loth diy nf Aogoit
current, at 11 of tht cluck in tin- foretooit precisely, at tbe Court House, Jiinin Ui>y, Vir-
toria, and make a full discovery and disclosure of lui estate and effect, alien and whert
tbe creditors are to come pre aied lo proee
tbeir debts, and at the lirpt silling lo cboox
tssignees and commence thc eaarnination of
the bankrupt, and at the lift vitiinir, ike
Haukrupt is to Anllh his last eaaniination.
All persons indebted io the said Haukrupt,
or have any of bis i-Wtris are not to pay or
deliver the same but to .Mr. I'amel t.iuds«y of
Government street, tbe UBeill Assignee B|>-
pointed, and give notice 'o
JUII.N    COPLAND,
Button street. Victoria, V. I..
Solicitor to the Petitioning Creditors.
au 5-td
V Committee
ALICE   BROWN'S
FANCY    TWIST
SMOKING TOBACCO
JUST RBCKIVBD AT
A..   F".   KEYHER'S,
Together wilh some fino
HAVANA CIGARS DIRECT.
Also on hand
Wine Sap, Peach, Apricot, Mary's Own,
Light Pressed, Natural Leaf, Buffalo
Tongue, and Atlantic Cable
Tobacco-
an fi-lm
J.    SPENCER,
HOUSE AND SHIP
PIiUMBER,
Gas-fitter ond Bull-hanger,
Corner Yates and  Government streets.
All branches of tbe above  business  practically dono   with   neatness  and despatch, at
charges to correspond wilh   the Liaiue.
nu6
MARTIN    BROS.,
IMPORTERS  OF
Groceries and Frovisions,
PIRBPBQOF BUILDING,
LATELY OCCUPIED BY L'HOTELIER & Co,
WHAEF       STREET.
Dissolution of Partnership.
rpHB PARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE EX-
L isting between Roukht Hknky Sto.vk nnd
IIknbv JaaOHl as Hotel-keepers at " The Old
Plag Inn, Nanaimo, has this day been dissolved by mutual consent. The business wiil
in lulnro be carried on by tho said Robert
Henry Stone alone, who wiil collect all outstanding accounts aud pay all liabilities of
the Into partnership.
Witness,! R. II. STON'E,
Jos. McClcrh.       HENRY JEROME.
Nanaimo, August 3, 1866, mi 5-lm
Mrs.   Hein
KEEPS   CONSTANTLY  ON  HAND   THK
latest fashions in
IM ILLINERY,
—AT—
Prices to  Suit tho Times,
GOVERNMEN T    STR     T
lletwean Fort and Rronghton. au"!
L.    BETTMAN,
DEALER IN DRY GOODS,   GROCERIES,
BOOTS AND SHOES, &., ke., ke.
jy il Olympia, W-T-
Wanted.
w
ANTED A FEMALE SERVANT.
Apply to
MRS. DAVIES,
au5 Fisguard Street, near Gov't.
TOBACCO PLANT
AERIVAT, OF ANOTHER CARGO FROM
Virginia & Cuba,
VIA 'ASl'l,\'WAI.r.,
Or (be Host   Celebrated Brandt of
TOBACCO   &   SEGARS
EVER IMPORTED
Samples can be  had at tho " AnELPH!,"
comer Yates and Government streets.
Arrival of a fewmore Plants
by the " California."
&&■ Office of C. F.  Green's  Victoria
and i&qttimalt Kx(iresi.
r. (UflFBSUi
nu2 A'LiFI.I'llI SEGAP. ST( HIE
Wanted to Borrow
2500     DOLLARS
ON   FIRST-CLASS   REAL ESTATE   SK-
curity producing Jon per month.     The
money would be taken lor one year at U per
cent, pec month.
For particulars npply to
A. F. MAIN,
au 2 Gorernini-nt street.
wISOiTi  MURRAY,
GKOCERS,
Provision, Wine k Spirit Meiclinnte,
BAKERS & CONFECTIONERS.
FORT ST., VICTORIA, V. I.
snippiNa   SUPPLIED.
Sporborg  & Eueff,
COMMISSION   MERCHANTS,
Importers and Wholesale Denlera in
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS,
Boots and tSlioes,
Wlnirf street, Victorin, V. I, anO
Belief   for   the   Afflicted.
THE INTRODUCTION OP
Perry     Davis'
Vegetable Pain Killer
To the Suffering  Hutnani'y of thin Ape
lias relieved more pain, nml caused more
real joy tban any other one thing tbat can
be mimed.
IT   13  AX
Invaluable   Remedy.
Onr first I'hyBicians  use it,   and   recommend
its   use,-   the   Apothecary liuds   it   first
among tho medirines called for, and
the wholesale Druggist confidiri
it a  leading article  of his
trailc.     All the dealers
in medicine speak
alike  in its favor; and its
reputation as a medicine of great
merit and virtue is fully aud permanently  established,  and  it  is  the great
Family Medicine   of  Ihe  Age-
Every Volunteer should hnvrf? a bottle, in caso
of sudden attach.' of Disease.
Taken Internally, atros
Sudden Colds, Coughs, &c.,
Weak S'.onmeli,
General Dehility,
Kursing Sore Month, Canker,
Liver Complaint.
Dyspepsia or Indigestion,
Crnmp and pain in the Stomach,
Bowel Complaint,
Painters' Colic,
Asiatic Cholera,
Ditrhoea and Ilysentcry.
Taken externally cures
Felons, Iioils, nnd Old Sores,
Severe Burns nml Scalds,
C'uls, Bruises und Spiuins,
Swellhif; of the Joints,
Ringworm and Tetter,
Broken lireasts,
Frosted Feet and Chilblains,
Toothache,
Pain in the Face,
Neuralgia ami Rheumatism.
iP-A-IIlXr   KIILLEU,
Taken internally, should ho adulterated
with milk or water, and sweetened wilh
sugar, if desired, or mndc into a syrup
with molasses. For a COUGH and
Bronchitis, a few drops on C<upiir, eaten,
will lie more effective than anything eke.
For SORB THROAT, gargle tho throat
with a mixture of Pain Killer and water,
and the relief is immediate and cure positive.
fiST" it should not be forgotten that
tho Pain Killer is equally as cood to
take internally ns to use externally.
lSiich bottle is wrapped wilh full directions for its use.
Prices 25 cents, 00 cents & $1 per bottle *<£btntii0   Ccljcgrapjj.
FRIDAY EVENING, AUIIUST 10, 18Gd.
THE EXD OF TOE WAR.
It is new pretty safe to say that the
war between Prussia and Austria is over.
What slumbering materiul may yet lie
reudy to ignite iu either Italy or the German Slates a little  time  will determine
of one  thing,  however,  the  world  may
rest assured : Prussia has wou the great
game for which  she h..s  been  so long
silenily and Bo'mily, dreamily and actively
contending. The petty States and duchies
are to lose  their autonomy  as stales or
duchies and become merged in tlio Prussian
kingdom.    Whatever fault is to be found
with Prussia for  her lute aggrandizing
and unscrupulous policy, it must be acknowledged she has iu this  last   war accomplished a great deal and deserves the
success whieh has attended ber arms.   In
the face of menacing  Franco and sullen
Europe, she  has  managed  in  tho short
apace of a few weeks to defeat one of the
greatest military  powers, to  grusp   the
control ol Germany, and  to extend her
sway over thirty millions of people.    The
magnitude of thc task can scarcely  be
realized.   Little more than u mouth  ago
tho   population    of    Prussia    was   bul
18,000,000, and that of Austria, 35,000,-
000. 'Ihe tables are now turned.  Austria
hus lost  ber dominion in what is  understood   as  tbo   constituent   Statos,   aud
Prussia is now the great Germanic power.
We do not believe history can furnish u
parallel  to this success.   Iu but a fow
weeks tho whole map of central  Europe
has  been  altered.     Millions of   people
lmvo been transferred from one rule  to
another, largo  tracts of territory  have
been ceded,   and  one  of   thu   greatest
and haughtiest powers has boen shorn of
over one-third of her empire.   Tho end
will be that Italy will  emerge from  thc
contest with a population inct easel by
several millions, raising her kingdom to
twenty-five millions of people, not a great
doal below Great  Britain herself ;  nnd
Prussia will come ont larger than either
Great Britain or France, with a military
capacity second to none in  Europe.   No
friend of  liberty  will   grumble   ut tin,
change.    The German spirit  will  grow
with the growth of German unity ;   the
petty despotisms of the states, duchies and
principalities   will   cease,   and   popular
feeling,   as  well  ns  popular aspiration,.
will   hare   greater   scope   iu   tbe  new
German    natiou.     To    look    for   the
cause of tho great cuergy which Prussia has thus displayed, anil the  rapid decline of Austria, wo should have  to go
back to those treaties which left to Prussia a territory that wns not too cumbrous
in its extent nor too heterogeneous in its
population, ami which gave  to Austrian
aggrandizement  and Austrian despotism
the   "elephant"  of conquered and  discordant provinces.    Austria, besides having quasi rebellious  territories  to guard
was  totally deficient   in   nrtillery- the
great arm now of tho god  of   bnttlos ;
while Prussia hud made rapid strides in
scientific   destruction.     The    following
brief remarks of tho London   Spectator
before the war hnd broken  out were to
pomo degree in this respect prophetic :—
" In nny caso the war can scarcely last
like tbe wars of the last generation.   Tho
armies collected arc too rait,  the means
of locomotion too perfect, the cost of campaigning too excessive, for a repetition of
tbe tedious struggles which distinguished
tbe commencement of tho century.   The
American war lasted four years,  hut a
nation was in that war its own leader,
was fighting for existo.ice, nnd had for its
base the untouched resources und tho unwearied   strength   of   a   people   ruling
through half a fertilo continent.    Mature
men, not youths, uro fighting uow,  aud
though they will strike ns hard,  ihey will
not fight so long.    As to the winners, we
question if there is a statesman in Europe
who has formed a distinct opinion.   The
Anstrian army is the largest, the oldest,
and the best provided  with cavalry,  but
Austria has never won, her soldiers are
armed only with the rifle, and she has but
an indifferent artillery.    The Italian army
is  new, bnt it has enthusiasm, guns, and
Cialdini ;   while the Prussians, with inferior cavalry, and au organization  too
inflexible for the field, have a rifle which
will fire three times to tho Austrian once,
and that Teutonic  stubbornness which,
like   iron,   only  hardens   under  blows.''
What position Franco will now ussume
it would  bo difficult to sny.   The rapid
nnd  immense success of Prussia has no
doubt astonished Najiolecu us well us tho
rest of the world, and will most likely tend
to cheek bis Rhenish aspirations. There
i-i an (EJipns, however, forthcoming, to
unriddle this modern Sphinx, and he tells
us that the following is the Emperor's
programme : First, the cession of the
Channel Islands to France. Guernsey,
Jersey, Alderney, and Sark aro of no
value to England. As tributaries to
England, however, their proximity to the
Frci'ch coast makes them an eyesore on
the map of Europe. Next he would pro
pose the cession of Gibraltar to Spain,
which wouhl cost England but little, the
rock having lust all vulne as a strategical
position since ibe invention of steam.
Gibraltar is to England only what Algeria is to France. It enables England to
keep up six additional regiments—to keep
up a large standing army without vexing
tho people's eyes by a lood display of red
coats at home. In exchange for th'ese
concessions he would give Egypt over to
England—M. Lesseps aud all. The
Turks would be driven from their European encampment, which they have held
for some four or five centuries, and place
would bo fountl easily for them elsewhere.
Stainboul und its vicinage would be made
over to Austria in an adjustment by
which the Kmpcror would hope to make
nn equilibrium ; or it would be given over
to the King of tho Belgians ; for the
transmutulion of lielgium into a French
province is also within the Emperor's
plans. But in deference to England and
Lord Puliuerston's deathbed Injunction
never to allow Autwerp to fall into the
hands of France, the kep of tho Scheldt
would be confided with some other concessions to tho King of Holland. The
Emperor wants England to combine with
him to crcato a rumpii t against Bnssia,
to drive the Culmucks back into the howling wilderness of their Siberian steppes
Should Englund reject these propositions,
(he Emperor would throw himself
into tho arms of Bussia.
This is a nico programmo, but we do
not think it will bo just now carried out.
Europe, generally, wants to let things
settle into quietude. On the Prussian
king nml his minister Bismnik will mainly
depend futuro peace or war. The former has
alrondy opened the Legislature in person,
and litis brought up the old question of
expending the public money without the
people's consent. It will be seen whether
his lute victories iu the field have made
him more uncompromising or moro prudent—whether he is determined to rule
in spite of the people or by them. If
iho former should bo his determination
nothing will be able to stop civil war und
tho spread of revolution throughout a
arge portion of Europe.
New Advertisements.
Queen Charlotte Coal Mining Co.
(LIMITED.)
Notice of Meeting.
AN INFORMAL MEKTISli (ir SIIAHR-
holdcrs of this Company will be held in
the ollicu of the Company on Saturday the
llth instant at 11 o'clock A.M. to recoivc
report from the mine.
J. S. WILMS,
August 10th, 1806. Secretary.
au 10-It
SAKED
PORK   AND   BEANS
EVERY SUN'DAY MORNING,
25 Cents a Pot,
—AT—
A.   W.  PIPER'S
BAKERY,
GOVERNMENT    STREET,
OPPOSITE TIIE THEATRE.
nu l(l-2t
RED LION HOTEL,
GOVERNMENT STREET.
riUIE   ABOVE-NAMED    HOTEL   HAVING
JL  been opened by
JOE     B3DE3ST,
He will bo happy to  meet his  Iriends on all
occasions, an   will furnish them with
the best of
Winesj Liquors, Ale, Porter, &c.,
and Cigars.
BOARD AND LODGING PER DAY ft,
S@y Bagatelle and Skittles.
Call and sec the establishment.    JOE presides and keeps order. au 10
A
YOUNG  GIRL  FOR LIGHT HOUSE-
Work, und to wait on table.
Apply to
MRS. ZINKB,
Yates St., between Government and Broad.
J.P.Davics& Co.
UJCTOTEOM in cojinissi»\ uMURh
Sale-room, rirrpronf »lo;ie Ilu Idlllf,
till .iirt M.. mar lali -.
Thursday, August 1(>,
CITY & ESQUIMALT
PROPERTY.
We are lutracted by tlf .Mortgagee to sell
BY PUBLIC AUCTION,
A.T    SALESROOM
WHARF STREET,
THURSDAY, AUGUST 16,
AT U O'CLOCK NOON.
FORT AND KW'K STUKET 1'IIOPEIITY,
All those certain Jiieccs or parcels of
Land in the Oity of Victoria, V. I., and
known on the Official Map of the same
an Town Lots Nos. ~1 and <i4 in Uloek
Ti, situate on Port an'l Kano streets between Douglai and Blnncliard, having a
frontage on Fort street or Sixty 180) feet,
running back Two Hundred and Forty
(J40) feet, fronting mi Kane street Sixty
(60) feet, less the easterly half of Wilcox
street, being a strip of Ton (10) feet from
Fort to Kane, enhancing the value of the
property by having threo frontages, (the
buyer having the right to close the ten
feet at his pleasure) together with all the
improvements thereon, which comprise in
part the first-class two story Brick Build*
ing on Fort street known as Wilcox's
Hotel, containing on the upper story 7
good size rooms, the ground floor hus a
Large Store, Parlor. Dining Room and
Kitchen. On the roof of the closets is a
Inrge cistern holding 1500 gallons water,
together with the Two Cottages on Wilcox street, ono has 4 room3 and kitchen,
the other having only 3 rooms. The
whole to be sold iu ono lot.
TERMS EASY.
—ALSO —
TO  BE SOLD FOR CASH
ESQUIMALT PROPERTY!
ALL THOSE certain pieces or parcels
of Land situate on Wharf Street, Esquimau, adjoining tba Koyal 1 Intel and
known ou the ninp of tho town us lots 83
and 37, having a frnntugo on Wharf
Street of thirty-five (35) leet, ruuning
buck two hundred and forty feet into the
bay, having first class water frontago lo
lot 37. Each lot bas a small Cottage
House thereon.
— also—
ALL THAT piece or parcel of land,
situate and known on the Town Map ns
Lot No. forty (10), ou Hospital street,
Kstjuimalt, huviug a Iron tags of thirty
feet, miming back to an alley way in the
rear.
—ALSO—
Water Lots l Water Lots'
POSITIVE SALE.
We Imve received instructions from the
owners to sell on the above dute.
All those pieces or parcels of land,
situntb on Wharf Direct, Esquimau,
having a frontage of 88 feet ou Wharf
street, by a depth of 100 fuot, and known
on tho Town Maps as Lot sixteen (lfi),
together wilh all tho improvements
thcreou.
—also—
ltoyal Hotel Property
All those pieces or parcols of land
situate in tho town of Ksijiiinrtalt, and
known on the mops thoreof us Lots Nos
34, 35, and 30, having a frontago each
on Wharf otreotof thirty (30) feel, thonco
running back into deep water (with all
tho privileges thereof), together with the
improvement! thereon, comprising the
Roval Hotel, Restaurant and Bowling
Alley, with all the premises necessary for
currying on the hotel business. The
whole is now rented at the low rental of
Fifty Dollars per month. This valuable
property will be sold either as a whole or
In separate lots, to suit tho wishes of intending purchasers
Maps of the property can bo seen at
our office.
TERMS—Twenty-fivo per cent, on tho
fall of the hammer, twenty-Qvo per cent
as soon as the deeds  ure  ready.    Tho
balance can remain for one year at one
per cent,   per   month   interest,   with
mortgage ou the property.
N. B.—This is one of tho best opportunities tbat has occurred  since 1858 for
investment.   The fact of the contemplated
graving dock and  Government   buildings
(commencing)   will   ncccssanjy  enhance
this and all properties   at   E-quimalt at
least from 3"ao to  500 per cent., within
three mouths from the date thereof.
The    Auctioucrs   invile   all parties to
view the properly prior to the sale.
ACTS  OF  SALE AT BUYERS' EXPENSE.
J. I". lilt IIS, & CO.,
au 1J Auctioneers,
Km    Advertisements.
NOTICB.
Hard Bread! Hard Bread!
BTORB ST. CRACKER   BAKERY.
Best dual ty  of Pilot Bnad at C  l-2c
per lb., or $5 p « Iimx d"I:vered-
Navj at 5c per b., or $4 per box do.
Butter at (Jc per lb-
Soda at Uc per lb.
Wm.   Moncks,
nu 8 Proprietor.
IF.    O'DAATYER
IMPORTBB    AND   WHOLESALE
DEALER  IN
Oregon and California Flour,
Middlings, Bran. Grain, Butter,
Lard, Provisions, etc,, etc,
Families and the Trade supplied on the
most reasonable terms.
No. 40 Government street,
NEAR CORN EH OF FORT.
J; 89
Sea Baths!   Sea Baths!
25 cents. 25 cents.
NEW    WESTMINSTER
GAME   DEPOT,
YATES   ST.,
Nest door to  Ihe coiner of Government,
oppnsiio Zelner'a Druir Chore,
ri-ipg si-|i.sri:ii'.Ei: iiavini; made AH-
1      nngenrfttf  to ivcrive   from   <litler«ul
purtto tin- prode 6 uf the lihiuil nnd country
will bt- prepared to lumisli
Game,
Pish,
Fruits,
Poultry,
Eggs    and    Vegetables,
Each  ami  ull in their season, M the lowtit
priccB.
JBfcay- Frnscr River NiilmoD by ench iteamer.
JAMES   AIXi;\.
jy 31-1 m
IIAVANACIGARST
LEWIN &  ANTHONY,
TOBACCONISTS.
47 Tates St., Briok Store
Next to Corner of Government St.,
BEG TO INFORM THEIR FRIENDS AND
tne pnblic in general lilt they will on-
ntuntly receive hy every si. mer a good ns-
■orttaeutol (aCMiilne linn.. • «'••>,•«
;.iiil Ihe ltf«l ICiamls of Tobncco,
imported direct for this market, to that they
are able to compote with uny hmse oa thii
I  I mil. either Wholesale or Retail.
N.  D-—Special   attention will be paid  to
Counlrv orders.
IIEIMAN  LEWIN.     |     LOUIS ANTHONY,
nu 2
TIIE UNDERSIGNED   BEGS LEAVE TO
inform the public that ho has established
a lirst-cluss
Salt-Water    Bath-House,
Moored just above Douglas Foundry.
N. B.—l!nlhers taken to the Bath-house free
of chnrge, by boats from the foot of Johnson
street.
gf-jy*' lietwecn tlie hours of 1 nnd 4 p.m. the
Hath-houso will he open for ladies only.
fr!8
joiiiv  is r. id.
A. & W. WILSON,
House and Ship Plumbers
CASFITTERS,
BELL-HANGERS & TINSMITHS
FORT   STREET.
All orders promptly attended to
REMOVAL!
The Business of
THOMAS WILSON & €0.
ll<e-comiiieiiced    on
MONDAY,    JUNE    19th
In their Now and Commodious Store in
MASONIC     IK .A. L Hi 7
GOVERNMENT      STREET,
(Opposite tho Bank of British Columbia,)
WITH   THEIR   USUAL
WELL - ASSORTED    STOCK,
INCLUDING
Goods received by last steamer,and comprising Silks, Shawls, Printed
Cambrics and Dross Matt-rials of every description;   Long
Cloths, Sheetings and Quilts;   Velvets, Tweeds,
Lace Curtains, Damasks, Heps, Chintzes,
Gents', Ladies'and Children's
Hosiery and Gloves;
Trimmings, &c. jy 3
LONDON    HOUSE,
May ZQlh, 186G.
Our Importations for tho present season aro now
complete by arrivals per EXPRESS this morning,
and tho extensive shipments now landing from tho
EASTERN CHIEF
Our DRESS, MANTLE, SILK, SHA.WLJ MILLINERY, LACE, HOSIERY, DRAPERY, FANCY
and UPHOLSTERY departments are now repleto
with the newest and choicest goods. Either Whole-
side or Retail customers will find this the best stock
wc have yet offered.
\i'2
LONDON FIRM,
J. P. Tunstall Oo.
VICTORIA^ T. I.,
[J. H. Turner & Co. ttwtamtm
Hit -.mil llutuur.
Whiskeuij. — Having received many
applications for preparations to promote
the growth of this important appendage
to the lords of the creation, we are at
length indebted to a lady (who seems a
bit of a wag) for the following : " llecipe
for Buclielur't Whiskers.—Tuke tbe two
hind legs of a, yellow frog, four horns of
u bluett snail, half an ounce of glints'
wings, and the same quantity of goose
marrow, alon^ with the bodies of four
male spiders ; pound them all very Due j
mix these with the white of a gander's
egg ; then add a spoonful of pigeon's
milk, a drachm of wormwood, and the g.dl
of a Uy. Siruiu the whole through the
nightcap of ft bachelor who hua never
rentured to kiss a muni, und apply to die
iutide of the cheek by means of a while
crow quill, when a luxuriant growth ol
hair wdl infallibly follow."—F. L.
A bachelor uncle, to whom his uiece
applied for advice on the question of
choosing between two suitors, oue of
whom was rich and the other poor—the
latter, of course, bcin» the most ardent
aa well as the favorite lover, senteiitmu.-ly
replied, " My dear, the question being
stripped of all illusory elements, your
choice simply lies between love and beef.
Now, lovo is uu idea, while beef is a
reality. Love you can get along without ; hut beef you Qiait huve. Therefore, niako sure of your beef."
Stone, who used his wife very ill, wus
one day talking to (iurrickin a line,
senliintntul manner, in praise of conjugal
love nnd fidelity, ' Tlio haibsud,' snid
fitcrno, ' who belmvc- unkindly to his
wife, deserves to have his house biirul
over his heud.'—'Ifyuu think so,' said
Oarriek, 'I hope yoor house is insured.'
"Wo give the above for what it is worth,
but should like to know the name of the
Insurance Company (junick expected his
friend to insure in.
An old farmer went to his landlord to
pay his rent, putting on a long face, to
correspond with the occasion. On entering
the house, he said Ihnt the limes were so
bard that he oould'nt raise the money,
and dashing down a bundle of notes oi
the (able, exclaimed ' There, that's ull I
oan ptiy.' Tbe money was tuken up and
counted by the landlord, who said, ' Why,
this is twice as much aa you owe inc.'—
' Hang it, give it me again,' suid thn
farmer, I'm dashed if 1 did'ut tuke thc
wrong bundle out of my pocket"
A married indy, who was in tho habit
of spending somo of h.ir lime in the
aociety of her neighbors, and was therefore nearly always out when her hnsband
returned home, happened oue day to be
suddenly taken ill, and sent her husband
io great hiibte for a physician. The
husband ran a short distance, but suddenly
returned, anxiously exclaiming, ' My d nr,
Where shall i nmi ; „u niicn X uomobaOK.'
ln an Indian presidency, a European
jndge complained to a native subordinate
of tho perjury practised in his court.
'Yes,' replied the native, 'it is very bad.
I have never known it anywhere so bad.
Here yon can hire any number of witnesses to swear that black is white for
four annas (sixpence) a head ; but in my
native district you cannot hire them for
less than eight annas (it shilling).'
'How awkward you are!' said a lady
to her little daughter. '1 do nat hold
my head down ; / do not turn in my toes
us I walk ; I do not lean my elbows on
the table.'—'I beg your pardon uiuinum,'
said the child, who wus really a well-
behaved little creature, 'but are you not
rather fond of praising yourself?1
A fast youth was taken from college
by his father to a solicitor to be
un articled clerk. The agreement was
made, and the solicitor remarked, 'For
the first six months Irom to-day you will
not receive any salary ; after that JCSO a
year.'—'Very well, sir,' 6uid the youth—
'I shall return at tbo end of six months.'
Some wives nro so jealous that tbey
don't lik their spouses to embrace a lair
opportunity.
. FACTS vs- THEORIES.-"
N<*w Advertisements.
CARRIAGE   PAINTING
IN  ALL ITS BRANCHES,
Yates Street.
Between Deluge Engine House
and tbe International Hotel.
Work   solicited,  aad
reasonable terms by
Jy 11-tm
done   on   tbe most
W. 11. KEOHAH
For Sale Ex Camden,
Hottetltr, Botktr, and AngOitura;BHttrs,
Orr;oo Oder In bbli. and tests,
f lar< 1 lo casks, balf-taiki and taiei,
Sauterne and California While Mine,
French Alcohol »0 O.P.,
Euff. llhjiKit, Hanua and Bollenger^fhaiu-
pagnr,
Aud Iu Store a      e aisortmen       Brandy
and Liquors suitable for   n   Trade.
i-.j" Depot of Havana Cigars.
nu 0
EUGENE THOMAS,
Yates street.
The Colonial Market.
JOHN80N   STREET,
(o]TO.-ITK       OIIIFNTAI.     Al.I.KY,)
Will be re-opened on
Saturday    August    4th.
The market will be constantly supplied
with the best quality of articles required for
the family table. Fresh supplies received
daily.
an 1 N. V. LANGE.
WARM WEATHER!
ICEl   ICE!   ICE!
*     LUXURY  WITHIN TIIE  ItEACII   OF
Il all, supplied by
4LEX.    PHIJLsIL.IJPS,
FORT STREET,
To say nothing about Ginger Beer, Lemonade,
or Soda Water with it.
BQy* The way to keep cool. au 3
it
The "Grotto,"
OPPOSITE TIIE TELEGRAPH OFFICE.
For a plaRs  of choice  liquor go  to the
" Orotto,"
Then; "none BDT the best'' yon  will
find ia the motto.
Mint Julep?, Sherry Cobblers—everything
cooling ;
Come ye that do thirst, you will find its
no fooling.
an 2
Alhambra
BILLIARD SALOON,
roitNZR (;ovKit\Ji:-:vr ami mtes srs.
UP-STAIRS.
New Adverti.-fimiils.
Entrance on Yates Street.
au .Mm
WILLIAM   LYONS,
— ASH —
Commission      Ageut,
On the Corner of
Wharf and Johnson Streets.
an 3 -Jin
" Give me a place to rest my lever on,"
«ays Archimedes, " and I will move the
world." H Give ino pure nnd unadulterated
drugs," says 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
was no place to rest their lever on, either tu
movo the world or cure disease. Mcehiinisin
wns in a backward state, and thc muliriil profession was but nnothei 11:11110 for sorcery
nnd all the niljunclB of magic (titers and
charms of the " evil eye," ic.
Hut these latter days have borne unto us
something more than even superstition un.l
its crew ever dreamt of in tbeir maddest phi.
losophy. In these days of practical seienco,
what was theory ul yesterday ii tact to-day,
and all the old time noiious become as liuhi.li'..
in the sun, nnd burst aud break wilh every
breath wo draw.
Let Archimedes shoulder his lever and we
will find a resting place for it to move tin-
world. Let mine ancient Medicus pant nnd
toil no more lor the drugs he so sorely needs,
lor we have them nt our hand, ever ready to
serve them at bis bock.
Koiiiied in tbe laboratory of Dr. Maguicl,
tbo finest materials known In the medical pro
fession are obtainable by nny one. His
Billions. Dyspeptic, and Dinrrlnea Pills stand
unrivalled, and his Salve operates with magical effect upon bums, scalds, and all sores nnd
ulcers of the skin.
In fact, we think Maooikl's Pills and Salve
nre the wonder of this century, and we ere
Imppy in the thought thnt many others ot'our
brethren of the cratt agree with ns. We would
earnestly counsel that nil families provide
themselves with Dr. Maggiel's Prepntntions a-
once, and kitep them ready at hand, so as to
uao them at thc most opportune time a>d ns
,j«casioa serve.'.— Valley Sentinel.
UNIOBJ HOTEL,
Corner Bastion and langley sts-
THE PROPRIETOR RBBPBOTFDLLT UU
foran Ibe public,   that   Hie "hove   mulled
Hotel   is   new   open    for   the   reception   of
Boarder.'.
Terms :
Board and Lodging per week S10 00
Board without Lodging °,uu
The Hotel
Is located in the tn.,st central part of the city,
being iu the Immediate vicinity of the principal Business House*, ihe Tlicniro and oilier
places of amusement iu the city.
The Table
Will be supplied with all the delicacies that
our markets afford.
An early application is necessary as only a
limited number of bonideM will be taken, it
being tbe intention of the Proprietor to do all
in his power to promote the comfort of those
wbo mny favor hira with their pntronnge.
BEFEKENCE  REQUIRED-
T. II. Uc t'ANM, Proprietor.
Victoria, V. I., July Mtta. 18GG. jy .'10
Miscellaneous.
AfiscaJljuieous.
THE PIONEER
ICE CREAM,
—I-'ROM THE—
PACIFIC TELEGRAPH HOTEL.
IS AGAIN IN THE FIELD.
'IMIE PROPRIETOR IS PREPARED TO
1 supply, ns usual, his customers, parties,
balls, etc., at modornte rates.
PAOIFIG TELEGRAPH HOTEL,
nu 3 Store street.
Chains and Anchors.
TWENTY  TONS CHAIN
Short L;p';ed and prored from J to }
AND
ANCHORS,
From 2t) to bUO pounds.
jy -.'.1
Por Sale by
PETER M'QITADE,
Wharf street, Victoria.
WANTED
rpiiREE BOARDERS  AT Jh PER WEEK.
JL     The best the market can afford placed
011 the table.    Apply at the
BEE HIVE   HOTEL,
jy 30 Fort strcot.
PRIVATE   BOARD.
A   YOUNG   GIRL  FOR LIGHT HOUSE-
work, nnd to wait on table.
Apply to
MRS. ZINKE,
Yates St., between Government and Broad.
1—  jy 2T
Dissolution   of Partnership.
has been dissolved by mutual consent, Mr!
Morris having retired from thc business, which
will be carried on by Mr. Grahamslaw
All persons indebted to the firm nre re-
quested to pay the same to James Grahamslaw
and claims against the firm must bu presented
within luurtrcn days Irom tbis date.
Victoria, V. I., July ijDth, latia.        jy2j
A   Triumph   of    Science
—-AND—
TUE  LIGHT  OP   TIIE   WOULD
DR. MAGGIEL'S
PILLS   & SALVE.
Ttififft I/fe-fflving rtnMdfil nro now, for thu flr t
thin-, j?.vc.. publicly lo tin* w->r il. For over ftijuaitrr
< f 11 century <j| private practice the ingredient* inthfio
Life-Giving Pills
H iv hi" n used with thn ffre-iteit iiiccpiu. Th'ir
mifiibn ii n tony iu truvi-nt di'M", but tn cure
They feureli nu* tfn various tmUdtvi hy which the
imtiiiit i* suffering, in.'I r**lDVlfOt*tM the ailiiix
M-trm. T - th*> -i:f'l him] iiitinn a lew Uuius of tliww
valuable PILLB wilt j rove to be
A mi FOUNTAIN OF YOUTH,
For in every cane fiey a*M new life ttn>\ vitality, and
rute« the w iflfngMio/gtofl to their pristine siute. T->
the joitiiff nn I nil tilt ►.««<! they will pr»ve moit in
vain.tie, a* a rei y, ■pocillc and iteriinif medlcinu.
here it a tin-am realized, ihat PouCfUdu-I/oon iiiiitfhi.
for three hundred vent* ago, and never fund. He
tookr<] 1... 11 f-u»tain that would restore the old to
\ Igor and make.'outb ever
An Eternal Spring-1
It wh left for this dny and hour tn realise thn drenm,
and   rhow In one glorious fact the magic that a-ade
THESE FAMOUS  REMEDIES
< ■-• nn- .f itftV i In- flight of yearn, hut they can force back,
1111' hold aloof, (ljaeam-i ihat mi ;bt tn inph over tin1
an (I and the youiiif. Let ii'-nu homtaU1 then, but
mi/.- the favorable opportunity that olfi-m. When Ukun
as pje*cribcd—
For Billious Disorders
Nolhinir <**n he mow p^dur.tife of cure thaji theso
Pill*.—Their ah'-ioht m*flo inllueiice li felt nt 0'itJe;
and ill" UHual ci ue. iiMiiinid of thii m- hl diitreRitUR
'li*.•;.«-■ am removed. Theae reundies aro made from
the purest
VEGETABLE COMPOUNDS.
Th.y will not harm tho most dnUcate female, and
'"* 1 li" iciti'iiwith good effdet iu proucribud doses tu
thu youngedt tube.
For Cutaneous Disorders
And all eruntlonsof iho nkiu, tlm SALVE is most invaluable. It dOM n t heal externally alum', hut punt;-
trutos with thoinoflt atarchlug effect a to the very root
ofiha evil.
DR. MAGGIEL'S PILLS
luvariubly euro tho followiug Discuses
Aithma,
lluwol Complaint^
lOqafhf.
OoMt,
Chest Dl'easea,
CoativeiieftM,
DjipepnA,1
Diarrha,
Droptiy.
Debility,
Fever and Agt ^.
Pemalp*-om plaints,
HJMdtohi,
Indigestion,
influeiza,
luflammntinn,
Inward Weaknetf,
Liver Oomplaint,
Lowi.ohh of Spirits,
Ringworm,
RheumatiHin,
Halt hlieum,
Scalds,
Skin Pii-casef.
jBS" NOTICE.— Vnnegencino without the onjrravcd
trade-mark around each pot or box, Kigned by DW. J.
MACGIEL, 43 Fulton streetj New Vork, to cou'nterfe.t
which IS felony.
a®-Sold by all rnnnectnble Dealers in Vrdidnos
thioukrhoiit th4 United Suites and Caiitdu—at 25 ceut«
per box or pot,
A. O. Langley & Co.,
Agents for Vancouver Island anil British
Columbia.
j; i
Board   with  Comfortably
Furnished Bed-room,
Six Dollars per Week.
YATES   ST.,
Next  Door  to  the   Anglo-
American.       jy25
Mificcllaneons.
Jesse  Cowj>er,
Wlioli-sulu nut] Detail Dealer in
BOOTS AND SHOES,
LEATHER,
—ASD—
SHOE    FINDINGS,
YATES    STREET,
OPPOSITE] WKLI.S, FAIWO &Co.
At tlie old utitnd of Webster k Co., i*
prepared to supply the wants of tlio
public iu bis line.
The Latest Stvles
Roei'ivetl by every arrival from England
anil Sun Fi-iiiH-iseo. au 'i
HERMAN   SHULTZ, -;
For San Francisco Direct
rPHB NKW AKD FA8T .SAILING SCHOON-
or
MINERVA,
To Fill I on or i»liottt the liryt uf August.
For Freight or Callage, upjily to
I. II. MARVIN,
(jrl8 Wharf street.
Ilis Well Known and Old Establisbed
Stand
The Government st. Boot Store,
Has just received  per steamer
A  FINE  ASSORTMENT  OF
Ladies' and   Children's   Shoes,
Which he olfers at a very low jiricc.
Receives by each strainer from  England and
Han  Francisco
BOOTS     <Sc    SHOES
FINEST   AND BEST QUALITY,
FRENCH   LEATHER,
— AND—
SHOE     FINDINGS,
At prices to correspond with the times.
BEITISH    PERIODICALS.
The London Quarterly Review (Conservative)-
The Edinburgh Review (Whig)
The Westminster Review (Radical)
The North British Review (Free Church)
— AND—
Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (Tory)
Tbo fo:ir Koyiows re-puMiFiho'l by Mcs-tni. FfloTT &
Ph., nr" L"'iirral y CO sidcml n* tin.! Groat Revfowt,
ami Hhrkwiind hiw been jllltly fila<red in thu sauie
rank* Whocvor dlipettfoa fflth nndnu |niiiUcatioii«of
tlii« v.Uve, wlidli-vf r muy ho lu.-i general I uforoiattna,
wIUmoii beiUtofatHor behind tlmtimor in whieh ho
lives—ami in tbt>st> tiincaa peraosmiu «<>on get very
Tar behind, Th'.'y nny be road nnd studied with id*
vantuiif by tbe |ioo|ilo oi' i)iin country, of uvery creed
und party.
i^~ BLACKWOOD is   unoinally nttractivo ot thi«
time to  American?*, not  only fir   its sori I artinloa by
dlaUngntitiod writoii of He tlon, but for i lie account of
Ibe late civil w-r. now telng written by 0"). Von
Borktt, aOeimanoflleor, olitef* f-Htuir loGen. J.E.b.
.-tuart, of tlio Cuiij. .Icrate army.
TERMS   FOR   1866,
For any ono of the Rovlewi $1 per annum
For an> two of the Review*  7 "
¥<{/ any Ibreo of tlie Hoview* 10 *'
For all ftmr of tlie KuvioWH 12 "
Foa MlacUwo"d'i MaKwxin*1...,  4 "
Far Dlaokwood and one Review  7 "
For Bim kwccl and any two of tbo Re-
vi»ws : iO "
For I UokWd id and three of tlio Reviewa<*ll "
For BUokVOOd aud tlie four I'.oviewi 15 "
CLUBS.
A dlaOoODt of twmty per o-nt. wlM ''0  a'lowed to cUibn
of fnur or more periooa. Thus, four copies or
Hlwinvci.d. or of one Heview will be Kent to one ad*
dress tof »1^ SO. Fonreoptei of tlio fuur Kcvlewa and
IllacUwood, lor $48, und no ou.
POSTAGE.
When cent  by  mail, the I'ostAOk   In nny part of the
Uniii-d   t lot wl'l be Fut tweDt)-tbur eentaa year'foti
" UOCWOODf" and but eight centl u year for uucli of
the iteviews.
Reduced Prices for previous years-
Babeorthere may obtain ibo Ropvinta immculately
preceding IHtC, as follnwB, viz. :
flfcufciooodfro* September, lRf'4, to December, (865
inclusive, at the rattmf $2 50 u year.
Tho jVorf/i British from January, 1863, to December,
1*65, tnolusfre; Hie E>Unbur<jh nnd tbo wedminsicr (run
Ap il, 18fi4, to Decotiiber, I86->, iitelu*iv'w, nnd tbe
Lontlon Quarterly for the yenr 18t6, ul the r*to of $1 r,Q
» year for each or any i «vi»w.
UTS' A few copies yot n m i in of all thc four Rcciews
Tor J863 at flu set, or 51 10 for any one.
lii:OAMK»   SCOTT   &   CO.,
Publishers, 38  Walker Streett JV. Y.
lit P. JtCo.,ftUo publiph Hie
PABMFE'S O-XJIIDE
liy Hlixitv FTEI'llBMi, nf EJinhnrph, am] tlie liue J. I*.
Nfinm-v, of Vnle liillttfe,- I vol,, llujui Octavo, IWJD
puxt.-s,mill muiifioiH Kujjriivtiiu-i-
Prico $7 for llic  trt'ct Vtllumod—by Mail, pust   [i-U'il,
i« 110. jy:3
l'HB  ONE  THING   WANTED.
HOLLOWAY'S PILLS.
The Rlood.
Those famous jnlls nre so composeil thn
thti}' opertito wholesomely on tlie slomnch, tho
liver, ihe bowUs, and oilier orpins; by correcting any .IciiiiiL'i'iiii-nis in their lunctioni,
wiien-by n steady supply of pure materials lor
tho renewal of the lilooil is furnished, and •
constant abstraction ol effete products Is ef-
(ectad. This perfect circulation thus become!
the very fountain of health and life, and overcomes all form of disease wherever its situation.
General liiso nicis of Hie Liver
aud Stomach.
All who ever indulge a' table, cither in ent-
;ng or drinking, should takeohout ten of t!-ii-
laraous 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
nppetite, want of energy, and wnnt of strength,
to correct all these evils, three or four ot them
Pills should be taken twice a week, when they
would give the invalid Ibo health anil appetit*
of a ploughman.
FeinalcM of ail Afrem and Clonaen
Obstructions ot any kind, either in young
or those between forty nnd fifty—the most critical pciiod of life—may be radically reino. ?d
by using these Fills according to the printed
directions wbich nccompany each box. Young
persons wilh sickly and sallow compleiioni
may have the bloom of henlth restored by thi?
corrective, wl.ich purifies the blood aud expels ull gross anil Imparl humors from the system. Ucwnre then of tho critical ago Iron
forty to fitly, as it sends many thousands to
premature grave,—theso Pills should be tnkei
it that period of life two or three times •
jeek
IVant  of strength and {Energy.
Persons of sedentary habits, or those troubled in ininil, working in Factories or Coal
Pits, wbo cannot obtain that amount of fresh
air and exercise which nature requires, suffer
from weakness and delility, lowness of :--piri'.s
and want of appetite. All such should taket
Jose or two of these Pills every three or fom
days, as they net gently and cU'ectiinlly on tbe
system and impart vigor nnd energy to tbe
body, which is always followed by a good
appetite, sound and refreshing sleep, nnd s
high flow of spirits.
For Ihv Cure or Dropsy.
The cfficncy of Holloway'a Pills in Dropsy
is exlrnordinnry. They act with such a peculiar effect upon thu system, that the fluid?
pausing this direful complaint, nre perceptibl
jarried off nnd prevented from nny iurthel
accumulation. The sufferer regnins n buoyancy of spirits nnd rejoices in n completely
renovated constitution. It is indispensably
necossary that tho Ointment should he most
effectually rubbed inlo the complaining parift
during tho whole course of treatment.
Children and their Allmentr*
In no country in tho world aro more children
enrried to an early grave than in Great Britain.
Coughs, Measles, Scuvlatina, Fevers, and other
Jiseases attack tho little sufferers, and death,
hut too often, follows at a rapid pace; yet if
at the first stage ot these complaints, parents
wore to have recourse to Holloway's Pills, nil
danger would bo avoided; for tho stomach
nnd bowels would oe gently bul eTcctually
cleansed bv this mild aperient; tho depraved
uuinors correctea ana tne secretions duiy regulated. A perfect euro would -.oon be effected, and the little patient restored to •oun''
health.
Holloway' Pi. > tro tho best known remedy in the
world fir tho following disease):
Pol-l at tlie I si..Ini hiii, :i 1 of PnilcuHdr Ifollowny, £41
.-'trand, (near Temple Bar,} ],- nilou ; tilu" by all respect
alile Dniiriris'a anil Dealera In Me.iicinesthroughout the
clvilizeil worlil, at tilt' lollowlni,' prices—le, \%,, 5. 9d ,
|.. 6il.,lis,, Su., anil 33u. ench bu.t.
Aeue Femalo  Irregular- Scroru'aorKing g
Axthma IlIo.
HilllouaCoir.|ilalntp Fever of al! kind
Fits
the nuut
Head Acho
Indlgextioo
[nlliumnatlon
jaundice
l.iver Complaints
f.um bauo
Files '
Rheumatism
Ke'LL-ation ef Urine
DIotchoi
Hkin
Howel complaints
Col lea
Constipation of tile
BowIh
Conemni-tfon
Debility
I Iropsy'
Dyselltrv
Erysipelas
*,*   There is   a  considerable   saving  by  taking the
irirer slzea.
1'irecli'iiis for tlie giiidr nco of patli-nls iu ever; dl.jor
der are alllxi'd lo i-ncll box.
■'_!.!   ....'li'...11."'   """'!■'■„     Jj^gfggg
Pkintkd aud Published by McUbURE iCo.^
thc olfice, Langley Street.
Evil
^ore Throats
?liuie and Grave
.Secondary ISyiiip-
tniTIB
Tic-Doloreux
'I'llmori
Ulcere
Venereal     affections
Worms    of   a
kinds
Weakness     from
whateverrause

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