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VOL. I.
VICTORIA,   VANCulJVKK   ISLAND,   FRIDAY   EVENING,   AUGU8T  24    1866
NO. 4G.
THE
"EVENING TELEGRAPH,"
I'flU.I-IIMi
Everv   Eveniug at   4   O'Clock,
(Haturday and Sunday i-rcnings excepted.)
11.80 SVKRY
SUNDAY    MORNING!
TKKMS OP   NUIISCIMI'TIOtl I
Per Annas, in advance, liy mtii, fin no
tot -is mdtaflii    ii ii"
I or W "i., payabli to (larrivr,       M
U.tlotol-lt-ii,  10
I'or terms of Advertisement anplv at the
Office. Langley Street
New Advertisements.
ISTOTICE.
Hard Bread! Hard Bread! I
STORE ST. OBACKBR BAKERY.
Best Quality of Pi'ot Bread at 6  l-2c
per lb., or $5 per box djltvered
Navy nt 5c per b., or $4 per b)x do.
Butter at 9e per lb-
Soda at 9c per lb.
Wm.   Moncks,
an 8 Proprlitor.
New   Advertisements.
Fact*   anil   Scrap*.
Tlie following  1ms  been   published us
the programme  of the  stnosemeDIl  thnt
will take plan ut Ordiiiiit on the ocrnsion
of the festival of Our l-,iuly of Antigua :
" Ttli inst.—Solemn  oftcrnoon service in
the  siiniitnary.    At  night,   dancing and
illuminations in tho square.    8th inst.—
Solemn mass in the sanctuary, aud a sermon  will   be preached  by   M.  Gregory
Monies,  Presbytery of Madrid.    In tbe
afternoon,  four   Xavarre   cows   will be
baited,  three  of them to  death, by   the
company of M. Richiiia, tlio bull  Bghter.
Thoie will   he a young bull  also for   lbe
aimitcurs to kill.    Iu  tbe evening, lire—
work*, illuminations,  and   doucing in tlie
Fcjiiiira.    9th  inst.—The  same festivities
as the preceding day. This day the firm*
crs of Arrastarii, near Ordiinn, will com-
menu to the  virgin their   cmning  crops.
The   Presbytery,    Felix    Herran,   will
preach.    A bull-light will follow.    After
the bull-light there will   bo n romp under
tho trees by  tbe  banks of the Nervion.
At night, crackers and skyrockets.    lOlli
inst.—Two Navarro  cows will   lie baited
and killed,   and several  young  bulls will
lie run for the  amusement  ol the amateurs.   Fireworks ut night.1'
Conservation or Force.—Physicians
are almost daily finding experimental
proof uf this tbe noblest generalization of
science, ns for instance tbo transformation
of heat into mutiou. Mr. Kennie recently transacted motion into heat sufficient to boll nn etrg. lie placed it in a
vessel which contained ten ponnds of water,
and whieh was forced to revolve 'J32
times in a minute. It is wholly unde-
r.ialile that in this event the motion was
the only source of the heat.
A young minister, In a highly elaborate
sermon which he preached, said several
limes: 'The commentators do not agree
with mo here.' Next morning a poor
woman c.une to see him, with something
in her apron. She suit! her husband had
heard his sermon and thought it. was n
very flue one, and its he had said 'the
common taters did not agree with him,'
he had sent some of the best kidneys.
A trial has just been made at Florence
of a cuirass in aluminium, which is as
light as an ordinary waistcoat, nearly as
flexible, nnd capable of turning it musket
ball fired tit the distance of thirty-eight
paces, and of resisting a bayonet thrust
from tho heaviest hand. Kach cuirass
costs only twenty.five francs. Two regi-
, raents are, it is said, to be immediately
provided wilh them.
The Brighton Examiner says that there
is a poor man in Brighton who has live
children, three of whom aro perfect nihilities—tbat is their skin and hair are
preternatural ly white. The father's complexion is dark, and the mother's nearly
black, and both belong to families witli
dark complexions.
A temperance lecturer descanting ou
the superior virtues of cold Water, remarked : ' When the world hud become
80 corrupt that the Lord could do nothing
With it, he was obliged lo give it a
thorough sousing in cold water.' 'Yes,'
replied a toper present, 'but it killed
every critter on tlio face of the earth.'
' Tell me, nngelic hosts, ye messengers
of love, shall swindled printers here below
havo no redress above ?' Tbe shining
angel-band replied -'To us is knowledge
given; delinquent's on the printer's books
can never enter heaven.'
Tbe Viennese are making themselves
very witty about pending political events.
HERMAN  SHULTZ,
His Well Known and Old Established
Stand
The Government st. Boot J
Has Just rocelvcd per steamer
tore,
For Sale Ex Camden,
HoKtrllrr, Rocker, unt! .tntrn-lurn'lilltrrf,
Oregon Chirr lu bill*, ami ca-ci,
Claret In tasks, hfllf-r.i>k Jantl tatm,
tttSmntt anil California Wlilte II hie,
l mull  lie ih ,I !•;> ii.p.,
I ul'. I Ihpitit, iliiuiiu aud  IJnlli'.i^i i ;i liain-
paunr,
And In  'lure nn  .i-uitiin'iii  nf Itr.irity
and l.l<|iiors -uitnlilc l'ur the Trade.
mar Depot of Havana Cigars.
N'i'w AiK'riiisi im iiis.
THEAIBE
Photographic Gallery
(UP BTAIB8).
TIIK UllKAT
ItEMKIA'
A V. K.
i)\!   TUB
HOLLOWAY'S OINTMENT.
Tin-   effect
I ha
!
nu e,
EUGENE THOMAS,
rates street.
A   FINE  ASSORTMENT  OP
Ladies'  and   Children's   Shoes,
Which lis oilers nt n very low price.
Receives by each itcaipsr frmii
San  Francisco
England ami
BOOTS     <Sc    SHOES
or   the
FINEST   AND  BUST QUALITY,
FRENCH   F, GATHER,
— AND —
SHOE     FINDINGS,
At prices to correspond with the times,
aa 12
The Colonial Market
.JOHNSON'   STREET,
(OPPOSITE       OIIIKNTAI.      ALL BY,)
Will be re-iipi'iicil oa
Saturday,    August     4th.
The market will be constaatly inppllod
with the best quality of article! required fur
tbe family table. Freih luppllei received
dally.
ni 1 N". V. LANQB.
Ill-;   3ALLEBY,  I.uNd  AXD  FAVok-
rtlilv  known ti Vi< luriiin- ami MM
ling facilities in   the   way ol  Ufbt, materials,
to., and the experience of the proprii
.iiilrn linn to furnish Oastosds Visits, Anbro*
types,   a mi photographic work ol   inparior
inlsfa nneqnalled bjnnj other boiiM in town,
and al am low pan othbs  mtabmih-
for   < murium   und
pictures—in fact at prices to   '-it ths liaaei
Carles de Visite, -  - $5 per Doz
Out door work attended to nt short notice,
nml on tbe ni".-t reasonable terms,
GEORGE   R0BIN8ON,
nn 'J Proprietor.
RED LION HOTEL,
GOVERNMENT STREET.
ABOVE-NAMED   HOTEL   II WING
1
WARM  WEATHER!
ICEl   ICE!   ICE!
A   LUXURY WITHIN TUB  REACH   OF
all, supplied hy
^T^EX.    PHILLIPS,
FORT STREET,
To say nothing ahont Ginger liter, Lemonade,
or Soila Water with it.
Ekjf The way to keep cool. nn .1
'I IB      ^^^^^^^^^^^^
been opeoi il hv
JOE      EUEHXT.,
He will In; happy to meet bit Irlenda on nil
oc asioa.-, u.i   n-i'l forolsb them with
Ihe best nf
Wine?s Liquors, Ale, Porler, &e-.
and <ig:irs-
BOARD AND I.oim.ini; PER DAY )1.
I       Bagnti lie a id Skittles,
i.'nll nnd t-ee tbe eitablishment.    JOB pn--
itdet and keeps order. nu 10
WA-ISITIEIID
Avnrsi;  GIRL FOB LIGHT HOUSE-
wurk, mnl to wait on table.
Apply to
MBS. ZINKE,
ratei it., between Government and Broad.
 jy 'n
~ex~pideLitbr
J.
SPENCER,
HOUSE AND Sll IP
IP  IL. TJ Adl  IB IE IB, ,
Gas-fitter and Bell-hanger,
Corner Yates and  Government streets.
All branches of the nhovo business practically done with neatness nml despatch, nt
charges to correspond with the times.
an 6
alice ^aowio
FANCY   TWIST
SMOKING TOBACCO
JUST REOEIVBD AT
,V.   F.   KEYSER'S,
Together wilh some (ine
HAVANA CMGAIIS DIUSELT.
Also on Uanil
Wine Sip, Peach, Apricot, Mary's Own,
Light Pi esstd, Natural Leaf, Buffalo
Tongue, and Atlantic Cable
Tobacco-
JUST RECEIVED  PER BARK RIVAL
A Fine Assortment of
Meerschaum   Pipes.
Call and examine.
nn 5-1 in
"ROUND THE WEB"
IS THE NAME OF THE
3STE-W     SALOON
JUST OPENED I.N
Lnnsley   Street,   round  tbe
corner from Yates slrrr!,
In  the  building  formerly  occupied   by   the
Saloon of Biikiih.miiit's llmix.
The  Saloon  hits  lieen   tastefully  refitted,
nnd will be supplied with the
0 F
A Choice Lot of Bacon
.fu>it   Arrived.
I-'or Sn'o by
.Gilligan,
rORB BTRBK
F IR. S T
Wines
QUALlT Y
and  Liquors.
Mi icellaneous.
EXPRESS Oi STAGES.
T
Of      tilt It'll! lit!   til
N> tlrm
Tm the v» ry co-e ■ad fta*N of nil   c\\t mm
which affect the htiniHii hie!)', ihil n-iiiHrkeblti
prepare* ton pcMtmitf. li disappears under
thi (rictloooi the bands, ni Hilt dirHjiprarg
when rubbed U.ion ui-nt. 'I In UOf ueiit Jttf*
forms its healing errand rapidly, mMjt, and
without pate* Hi tuple eruption I "pen turn*.
n tr i tumors, erofoiOiH deVtlepBoilll of nil
ItiuUs, l1 i ' . caoerra. old aruira^f, nnd, in
'net, every ij"'(i-p nf lliflttomatiofl nnd lap*
parattoo, wbatber lo tteekia, thf. lle*b tlj«
ndi, or amonf tbe niuiclt*!, can Ue .'.m titcb
in Iti descraetlre courie, nnd p^risaaefltiy
cared irltboai d tnger by rubbing In tiiio iucn-
tinifible OlOtffltQt*
Had    i--u-.   Itad   lli-unU,    |om,   nnd
I'm-.
In many Botpltoli in Rarope ihli celebrated
remedy i^ now need for the cure ol old wouadt.
. and ulcen : in Spain nnd  Portoffal, and
ny parte of Italy, tbe 6rei PbyiieUoa r#-
regularly prescribe lU aie.  li  li a loverelgp
remedy fnr bad breaiti and bad legs: und like*
1 >r nil Fkiu dUeaiei.   It ii to be fonod in
tbe cbeit of nearly every lailor, loldler, and
emigrants
liupritdciit It ■    of   Youth ; ~S«tt*    n ml
Ifleara*
The above clays o*" com pi a intu is turely re-
QOTed by nightly fomenting tbe porta witt
tiTin water, an 1 then by moet eflectoally rub
oing in thii iliniment. Perioni itiffeting fron,
dlrefnl complain tl ahouM los*- not a mo
men) tn arr< *r,,s tbeir progreie. It should U
arderstood that It is not suRiriiM.t merely to
imeartbe Ointment on the affrcted parte, boi
it must be well rubbed in foriome considorabli
time tWn or three times n dny, that   it mny bo
l taken into the system, whence It will retnov.
only bidden soreorwouad as effectunlly  tu
; thotifrli it ware palpable to the eye.   Urend nnd
water poultloei, after the  rubbine  in oi tt
Ointment, will do great service.   This is th*
1 only proper treatment for females in ea.sea ci
cancer i.i thn stomach, or for thoie who suflc':
Irom a general bearing do* n.
Pllee,   Fistulun, Slrlctuns.
Blotches,asnlsoswellings, can with certainty
be radically   Cured   if the  Ointment   be   uied
freely, and the Pills be taken night and morn.
in# as recommended in theprlntedinatruciliona
When treated in any olherway these complaint.
, anly dry up iu one place to break cut in  an-
| ttlier; when-as this Ointment will remove thr
, bum or from tbe lyatem, and leave tbe patien
i vigorous and healthy being.   It will requin
,ime, aided by the use of tne rills, to ensure
asting cure.
I»i,il In i >:t,    !! m < h 11 is,   Soie    Throats,
Any of the above class ofdiieaeei may be
-ured by well rubbing the Ointment three
vimei a day upon the skin covering the throat,
cbeit, and neck nl tbe patient. The unguent
will loon penetrate the pores and give immediate relief. To allay the tefer and ieieen tbi
Inflamatlon, eigbl or ten I'ills should be taken
night and morning. The Ointment will pio.
duos perspiration, which is bo essential lot
removing fevere, sore throats, and those oppressions of tbe chest which arise Irom
Asthn a, Bronchitis, and other causes.
Both the  Ointment and  t'tiu   should
be naed   in the Cbllowtng C'n*«a t
HE  OOA IHBS   OP  THIS   LINK  W*
now run   regularly, leaving    Vale,  t
Thc proprietor rOSpectftlUy invites thc public  to  cull  "ROUND  THE COpNEB"  and
judge for themselves.
QOVERNBENT  BTREBT    l■XTHanit; — KBIT
door lo the Telegraph Office.
jy29 J4COB ' HBR&IMER.
Stondayiii
Wednesdays,
\nd Fridays,
AT 7, A. M.,
FOR    SAVANA'S    FCRRY
(llig Bend Ronte), until tho completion ol the
iad, when they will go to Savon
The Coach tor Cariboo will le
Monday.
jy2
Kerry,
ve   Vaie
F. J. KARNVRO
FASHION   HOTEL
A\II
Concert   Room
The only Place of Amusement in
Town!
rpHB TODEBSfGNED 1IAVINC LEASED
JL  tlit'st' well known sstabllBhmc&Ui begs
leave to announco that they wiil be
Re-opened on Saturday, July 28.
The former Billiard HiHl litis been converted
into a Concert, ltooni, where mny always be
fonml attentive and obliging attendants.
and Ci-
Oriental Restaurant,
YATES   STREET,
It) connection witb tlie Oriental Flotel.
rpilIS  ESTABLISHMENT   IS  OPEN AT
J[   ALL HOURS OF THE D.W oil NIGHT
TJKCE    TABLE
Will be furnished with the best, the marital
affords,
Breakfast,
Dinner,
Supper
At moderate prices.
Oysters   in   every   Style.
Private Rooms for sm til or large parties,
Call and judge for yourselves, jy 30-lm
Bail 1 rgs
Bail Dreuts
Mi
■ .
PttBOl VI0
nml Bond'FllM
nrr I %•
' btejo- fi d1
SfallbUtni
Lhttpi't-d Hiinds
!oi di (Oarot) RtammatUm
li'.tiicirs lEcoldx
,: ntracted and 8uw Nii'pi-'i
su Rilolnu s ro Throat
Klephaotlaili iSklu ainoku
P latnUi htearry
Q m Sor* iii'ad*
lltn hilar    Ewcli- Tdtn*>n
hii.-i l'!r. r#
I. mitago. Wmiitdi
PUm Yawi
I
General News Agent
J. Stratiimn.
EMPIRE NEWS DEPOT
; Cor. Washington & Sansome sw.
Sciii Francisco.
rpHBADV   RTISHBll   prepared   to  supply!
X    irithpunctuality and celerity tbeannezed
newipapefi and periodical, upon tbe following
terms    All orders, to receive Immediate attention, moit be accompanied hy cash remittance, [
and banded in previous to tlie 4tb,   14th, tind !
nth nt each month.
sdii at t e Eattbll,bm«Qi oi  Pnormna Bouowa
.'14. PtrvOfl.    »..ir  Tempi,  B,l),  Ixin.t'-n :   Kino liy,
mpseUbla Dranlsl, Ma nwtlcmtn Medlclnw tbroef U
sm tl.p civllizrd world, et the'IbltnwlDf prlee, l..l>.il
j. M   U r.i.. 11.., ■/.:., mnl ;m., mohm.
**•   Tlii^re , a riinBiiUr'it.leiKviii^bv'.nl.lli^ thi* Urn,
III.'!.
N 1!. —Iiirot-Hi.na fnr the fiildimri' of Tatlfiil.   In  ,v,i
JUor.ltr nri. altlxrit to«a«l, Knl
■--t *        ^9mmmmu^^^m^tu llest quail tics  of Wines, Liquors,
A lincndraper  is   advertising ' Bismarck I gars served by tlie proprietor in person.
--"--■ ' '    OIIAH. HltOOKS
Blurts,' wliicli he declares to be unrivalled
for toughness. The Zeitgeist aeitoutils
for the sudden cold iu ilay by the approach of the Russians
A stranger in our printing office asked
the devil what his rule ot punctuation
Was. ' I set up ns long us 1 can hold my
breath, then 1 put in a comma: when I
gasp, I insert a semicolon ; and when 1
Want a chew of tobacco, I make a paragraph.'
A correspondent entered an oflice, and
accused the compositor of not having
putictuatcd his commutjiontiotl, when tl.e
typo earnestly replied—' I'm not a pointer,
I'm a setter.'
Admission Fiikk.
jy 26
J.  NAGLE,
;hipping Mr ster and Commission
Agent.
/ iREWS SUPPLIED AT  THE SHORTEST
V.'    Notice—Goods   entered  nnd  cleared  nt
tlie Custom House; Manifests, Charter Parties,
and Bi Is of Sale made out.    Vessels bought
i or sold.
j,-,."   Several  small   Vessels   for   sale   or
j charter.
Officii—Bastion   street,   near   the  Police
Barracks. aul7
NOTICE !
NOTICE !!
Mwm. —Th* PiniT M.i< hin« ii
will new all k.nds of doth wit
B only KkUm :;■■■*
II kuiili nf ar»ii-
has CO!
aolnded tD reducfl his price ONE-
HALF ; and hereafter the
FINEST WINES AND LIQUORS,
ALE,   BEEU,  Ac., &c.,
Will be served at tlie
4  METROPOLITAN"
AtTWKIjVB AND A HALF CENTS
per sample.
The public will please call and sample, and
satisfy themselves thai the very best is to be
had in the above price.
T. J. BURNS,
Metropolitan Saloon, Store street,
jy 26
London Dailv  Tim"* $14 0->
Tli«  K«M  1400
"       llluHiafd Times..  ..     7 <fl
'•      Wec-k'v Timet       7 in)
"      Betl'i l.'i- In London M 00
>      Week!j Mt-i'iiru 1400
m       DI Nvwipft   h  Woild  1400
"        Public Opinion   "60
*     iml.'x    t- Irnde] 11    I
«      in.   Sporting Newi  BOO
"      Bpeculur  14 00
»»     n.'-icw  uoo
"      Bftturdaj Kevltw 14 oo
DoblV* N«"on....  . laoo
Londo.i Illurtrtiod Kewi 14 on
■\ii:ti ?'c Month!; SOU
Blacks.'   '« M iff*:line 8 00
H'UpiV M iffMiM  , 3 00
Blxpenni Hsguttns 3 M
B^iictcerbockcr *W
l'H.-iiic V   i,i   ly ■•'• 30l»
Ood«7*aUdlu Bool 3 no
Muileal H<m 3 00
roRtinental Magiutne .,, S 00
Madam Demonst'fl    onlhlj :*00
W. Latlie'K new 1 amllj Itafiitne  :, 00
Chanbera' Bdlnburgb ournal 4 oo
M"nlUlj   papers, oiice a   Week fi iH>
>' "        AiltlieWir RoaiA fi 00
Tlrickerav's CnrnhillMtgatlM OIK
London Liuicet 6 00
... A   Sal&'t T'MiipU' Mir 't'i'
liond mSodstj Xflgutno n i..i
RLlatnei m uiiuine   o 00
Edinburgh ix-'M. w io ou
London   K ■•. tew lu oo
Nuiili BrlUaltttevww iooo
ifestmiu^icr Re»irw lu 00
I on-I^n Ar'  Journiil 12 00
Minu-j k  8n>4lUliS May... 1CO0
machines sold in two years
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
TRANSVBRSB SHUTTLE Family Mqchine,
which was Introduced in 1800, since which
time it Las earned and established a reputation for family uses equal to the celebrated
manufacturing machines ol tins Firm, which
are generally acknowledged, even by dealers
in other Sewing Machines, to be unequalled
for such pnrposes,
fc#»NO OTHER Family Sewing Machine
hns sucb perft-cl and Improved appliances for
Ruffling, Hemming, Binding, Felling, Tucking,
liraidi;
ng, Q   tt-
Gathering, Guagtng,
JMMtMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMtiJt^^^m
$$?*> All persons requiring nforumMcn
about onr Sewing Machines, their i izes. Prices,
Working Capacities, nnd the best method of
purchasing,can obtain it by sending for a copy
of the
SINGER    MANUFACTURING    COMVANYS
H.L08TRATBD PAMrtil-KT,
Which i.-i entirely devoted  to the  subject    It
I nil! be sent gratis^ Wjth specimens «i work.
Local Agents wanted in every  Town.
WILLIAM BRODRICK
General Agent tor the Singer Mant'g Co.
J.v 2 The  War  In   I'.urojic.
iei:viii   BEFOUTI  rui'M Tin: nrt.tis.
l'.iris   (June  L'Dtli)   cirie-p'iniliiu-e o(
ilie   London   Timet   *»}•'!   Iinporrtnt
ueioiiulB, levunlrtl bs aullicntie, huve
been received fiom tlie hostile armies ill
in tiermaiiv. Two very serious engege-
ments too1; pliiee in Bohemia and ljulieiti
on the 27lh insi. Tlie Prussian column
•draneing froni (ila'z to Nacbodwsi
met by nn Austrian cor|is between tlie
XciMt'ndt nail lllutz. The Truss uu
column tins vigorously ottatkeil hy ilu-
lirst corps of Miir.-hall Bwtdeh'l miiiy.
After Ml engagement which lasled more
tlnui six hours, thc I'riissiutiR were ilriven
linek upon SkiiliU, in the niTt'en of Ihe
nioaiitaias of (ilatz, after losing a greet
innnl er of mcti ami abandoning eghteen
guns.
At the s:imt: timo fnur Prussian battalions, a regiment of lancers nnd half a
Imtleiy of nriilhn, being the ailviineeil
guunl of the army uf tiilci.ii, nttiuipleil
the passage of tbe VisMila at Oswiecin.
This nilvuneeiJ guunl was met by two
Austrian bnttul,ous, lire- MnndfoM mi'l «
battery of artille y Here the I'ruesiuns
were again repulsed and forced hi ricmss
thc river. In these two engagements the
losses were great on both sides J hut the
Austrians evidently obtained tbe advantage. These engagements are regarded
as the prelude of a great bait e.
THK  IIATII.E  01'  8KAI.IT7,.
The Prussian accounts of the uIT.iir at
Skalilr. are BI follows :
WMUQD, Jjne '27, ISIifi — An important
battle, in which cavalry nnd artillery were
principally engaged, lias been in progress
to-day up to three o'elo k iu the nl'ieninon.
Tbe Ausuiaiis were driven buck from near
Bkelilz to Juroiiiii/.. Three flags aud
many pii,oners were taken by ibu Prussians. Thc loss ou either side is not yet
known.
rBUIBIAD ll-iiAiiQi^tiTBiis, Ukinks, June
37th—Evening—Tbis morning the army
commanded by tho Crown J'riuee of
Prussia came upon a strong body of the
enemy ut Nucbud, consisting of the Austrian Ramming Corps, ti division of the
reserve cavalry and the Prince of Bellies—
wig-Holstehfs division of cuvultv. A
sevcic engiigeuuint ensued, whieh lustel
until :.i pin. The Austrians were compelled to retreat, pursued by the Prussian
cavalry. Tlieir loss was considerable—
that of the Prussians trifling. Tint Crown
Prince was present st the engagement.
Three guns and two standards were taken.
Many of the Ausiriau cavalry wero captured.
BATTLE  OF  0SWI8CIK.
The following details have been received
in Vienna of the brilliant encounter which
took plaee at Oswiecin :
The Anstrinn forces, compssed of one
battalion and a half of infantry, two
squadrons of uhlans and half a field battery, drove back Iho enemy, with heavy
Josses, across the Vistula, after a struggle
which lasted ten hours. Tho Prussian
forces consisled of three companies of
ftisileers, three battalions of htudwehr, one
entire regiment of uhlans, nud hall a Held
battery. The Prussian defeat was completed by charges of the Austrian cavalry.
A Cracow (Austrian) despatch confirms
the repulse of the Prussians with heavy
loss at Oswiecin on the :27th Juno.
invasion oi' DOHEMIA.
Meanwhile tho two grand Prussian
armies—tho army of Saxony (now called
First Army) under Frederick Charles,
and tbe Army of Silesia (.Second Army)
under tbe Crown Prince—instead of resting satisfied with tlm peaceable conquest
of Saxony anil resisting the attack of thu
Austrians, have resolved upon taking the
bull by the horns anil assumed the initiative of offensive operations by the invasion of Bohemia,
On Saturday morning, the 23d, tho advanced guard of Prince Frederick Charles
crossed the frontier at Scidenberg, occupied tbo Castle of Friedlund, once tho
•eat of the famous Wallenstein, and pushed
an advance per ...il lo Iteicheubeig, whero
the Prince urrived in person the same
•ftcrno'.ii, after being j iiuecl by the corps
of Mnnstcin from Marklissa.
They appear to have scarcely met. wilh
any resistance ; nt least only u slight affair of outposts is mentioned, in which
two Prussian cavalry officers wore wounded, and they were allowed to march un—
<ip|iosed through the same pass in trout ol
lieichenberg, formed by the Vogclkupp
nnd the heights of Kssttidorf, where u
handful of men might arrest the progress
of a whole nrmy. Ou the ^4ih they
made n rciontviissauee to Ltehcnau, eight
miles south of Heiclicubefg, which iowm
they found occupied by a heavy Austrian
force.- The right wing of Frederick
Charles's army, under llerworth, which,
in some reports is culled the urmy of the
Kibe, entered Bohemia from Seliardan,
being a detachment to observe Konigs'eh.
and is snid lo bo marching In the direction of Tesehen and 'I'bcresienstadt. The
army of thc Crown Prince crossed into
Austrian Silesia at Weidenati and Zuok-
mnntel (between >eis<e and Troppuii,)
advanced to Fi'iedberg and sent out foraging pirties to Freywulduu. Ii must be
coulessed that this is a very bo!d move,
and it will be surprising if che Austrians
permit it to be curried out with impunity.
The Prussian armies are dispersed over
a line of at least 150 miles, in a diflieult
country, intersected by mountains and defiles, uud there appears to be a considerable interval bo!ween Frederick Charles's
left and tho rght ning of the Crown
Prince. Jf Benedek -throws himself wilh
his ulnde loree into the gap, as Napoleon |
did between VVurDiSM a-.d Alviniz 111 the i
campaign of 1790, he might completely
separate the two armies und crash them
successively before they come to each
other's assistance. Should the report be
confirmed that ba has euiered I'russinu
Silesia at Millclwaldc and is advancing
spun llabelselnvert and Glatz. it would
show thut he has some new scheme in
patio, ami it iR by no means unlikely Ihat
while I inn writing this a b'oody encounter nwj be progressing between the opposing armies.
The must curious episode of i lie war is
the capture of tho ICIector of II, ««e by his
loving friend aud cousin the King of
Prussia.
Tho Elector might have got off long
since with his troops, wbo marched out
to join the Federal army belore the Prussians sn<ered Casscl, but lie could not
make up his mind to leave his treasures
behind liiiti, and these the citizens, wbo
had formed a sort of national guard and
kept watch before the Trcasury.ot stiiintely
relused lo give up to him. So the Elector,
whose soul, like thnt of tho licentiate
1'edro tiurcias, is iu his strona-box, re.
in lined doggedly at his villa of Wilhelm-
sbolie, as if daring the Prussians to touch
his sacred person.
New   Advertisements.
New Advertisements.
WILLIAM   LYONisT,
SHIPPING
- AND—
Commission      Agent,
Ou the Corucr of
Wharf and Johnson Streets.
nu 3-2in
UNION HOTEL.
Corner Bastion and Langley sts-
Tun; prophictoi: WtSPROTTObM iv-
form! the paWte, tin" •■»■ afcaw nnuii"l
Hotel ia new opcu for thf mvptiun ol
Boaftfeff.
Terrai :
Board and Lodging per week $10 00
Board without Lodging o,W
The Hotel
Is locntdl in the m..«t ri-ntrnl iwrt of tin" city,
tiring in ths inuiirdimr nciniiy of the principal llutinesi Boaitt, tin' Theatre And oilier
placet of amuitment in the city.
The Table
Will he »upplied wilh sll the delicaciei lh»t
oar markets nffonl.
An e/irly npplieation ii Decenary a< only a
limit'd number of bonnier* will be tnken, il
being the intention it the Proprietor to do nil
iu bis power to promote tht cnmlort of those
who mny favor him with their pnironnge.
REFERENCE  REQUIRED.
T. II.  Ue I'A.N.V, Proprietor.
Victoria, V. I., July :10th. 1HC6.        jy 30
Miscellaneous.
MWcellancoat.
WILSON   &   MURRAY,
GliOCEHS,
I'lnvisinii, Witts k Spirit Merelwnt*,
BAKERS & GOHFEGTIOjERS.
M5UT ST., VICTORIA, V. I.
B RIPPING    POPPLfRP.
Chains and Anchors.
TWENTY  TONS  CHAIN
Short Linked nnd proved from J to I
AMI
A. NCHOKS,
From JO to 800 pounds.
ti**
For .Sale by
PETKB H'QUADI,
Wlnirf Htrcel, Victoria.
Jesse  Cowper,
&*    Js-
Wholesale nml Betail Deuler in
BOOTS AND SHOES,
LEATHER,
—AMI-
SHOE     FINDINGS,
-5T.A.TE3    STREET,
OPPOSITE WKLL8, FARiiO ft C»
At tlm old stnml of Wehsler k Co., M
prepared   to   supply   the  wutils  ol   tho
puii ir iii his line.
The Latest Stvles
Received  by every urrivul from  Klixlsli'
mnl Sun Franeisro. utlV
L.    BETTMAN.
The "Grotto,"
OPPOSITE TIIE TELEGRAPH OFFICE.
For ti  glass  of choice  liquor go  to the
" Grotto,"
There " nosr but the best'' you  will
Iind is the motto.
Mint Juleps, Sherry Cohhlers—everything
cooling ;
Come ye thut do thirst, you will find its
no fouling.
nn2
BILLIARD SALOON.
MBIES e0reaiHE.1T A!YI> KITES STS.
TTP-STAIBS.
Entrance on Yates Street.
THE PIOWEER
ICE CllEAM.
-VMM THE-
PACIFIC TELEGRAPH HOTEL,
Miscellaneous.
A   Triumph   oi    Science
—AIM—
THE  LIGHT   OF   TUB   WOULD
DR. MAGGIEL'S
PILLS   & SALVE.
The«e r/fo-nfrltig remedlm are nnwr, fnr tlifl fir t
:.i •"♦*, t v« 1 puhl cly to th * w r ■!. Kor over m|ii;iiii'i
fa < t-nhiry Ofprli st<- prnclicL'tlieiiigreilieHin iu tli'-iu
Life-Giving Pills
H»v* b«(n ""e'l with thn (treitflst ni«ficnF, Th-ir
nllltOtl is n 't on y l« tTPVutit "UvtiK1, hut t-o cure
Thoy»eTch npi th- variona mal»'lli*t hy wMlth tho
pallont ii* tilfferhiR, sn.'l r"- mvi^.-r.-tf i-> I.\+. nl|in;
«y«lfm. T ■ the ated aiifl iriHrm a lew doiof of theito
valtmiils PILI.B will i rovo tnbu
A YERY FOUNTAIN OF YODTH,
r'nr in tvrry ra«e f»ey n>M now life aiH vitality, nnr]
e^tirn the Winj^gf ftfttio* to Ihrir < risiim- ilatti, T>
ihe )Oim|utl ml ill- 1 rimI iht-y w\]\ pr^vo mod in-
valu-tle, a< a rei y, apncjflr and nvr in? mcdirinn.
' are is a liWftffl NtliBwti lliat P'Hicfl-di'-Lfnn n^i^h
for thren liimdrt'd ynttrn ifo, and never f rtnrf, hp
look* d for 11 l mitftln tliai would restore the old t'i
Vigor and make < onth ever
An Eternal Spring*!
It wjib left for this thy nnd hour tn realize iho dre»m,
and nhow in one glorious f.ict the magic that n.ade
ii fair.
THESE  FAMOUS  REMEDIES
•IS AGAIN IX TIIE FIELD
lifills, etc., at moderate rates.
PACIFIC TELEGRAPH HOTEL,
au 3 Store street.
rnni   PROPRIETOR   IS   PREPARED  TO
X     supply, us usual] his customers, parties,
EALEU IN DRY
BOOTS AND 8
D
nu It
(i(it)DS, QRO0EBIB8,
OES, *., kc, ke.
Olympia, W- T.
PRIVATE   BOARD.
Board   'with  Comfortably
Furnished Bed-room,
Six Dollars per Week.
YATES   ST.,
Next  Door  to  the   Anglo-
American.       jy25
Cannot stiv the flight of years, hut thoy can force haek.
an-'hold nlnof, dlMftMt ilttt mi ;tit irl niph ottt Ilia
j   i 1:.    l,'i  n"iie in'-ii*ii-   turn, hui
rnhli: .., |i"ii unit, that olTcrrt. Wh. ii uLim
a«c A antt tl
WtlSd tho 1'iv
ns iireicrihi'd—
TOBAGGU. PLANT
AERIVAI. 01 ANOTHEE CAKGO FROM
Virginia 8c Cuba,
VIA   ASI'INWAI.I.,
Of llii' Most   Celebrated Rrnrnls of
TOBACCO   &   SEGARS
EVER IMPORTED
Snmplcs enn  h",  hnd  ftt  the " ADELPH',"
corner Yules nnd Government streets.
Arrival of a few more Plants
by the "California."
06f Oflii-'i- of C. F.  Green's  Victoria
and Ksquinnilt BxprCM.
F. (' llll'ltl I.I,,
an 2 AnKI.PHI SKCJAR 8TORK,
IMI'ORTEU    AND    WE0LB8ALH!
DEALER IN
Oregon and California Flour,
Middlings, Bran. Grain, Butter,
Lard, Provisions, etc,, etc.
Knmiiiis nml the Trade supplied on the
must rensonable terms.
No. 40 Government street,
NEAR CORNER OP FORT.
jy 20
For Billious Disorders
Nothinirran t-e nmr* p-odu<:t|ee nf cure than tliesn
Pill*.—Their tlraoit m<gtc inlluuiiue u f«lt at n «o;
nnd thu iiMial c<iii(i tuftaiiti of thii taott dlntn-ntn^;
iliii'iiie ni" rt'inovod. Then* rtm«d(ei am mitile from
the j'ureit
VEGETABLE COMPOUNDS.
Tli "j will not harm  the in<>at dHicate  female,  and
ra i h ■  ki  'ii iviih  gi>ud vfTect iu pruticrihttd   dttdoti to
tllC )iilll,-<"L   Ii.iImv
For Cutaneous Disorders
Ati"1 nil f ni M"ii'of lhe*kil!,Mlo SAI.VF. ]■ inn-l Invaluable. It doea ti t heal rxtemally alone, hni none-
traiei with the moil h'archiii( eftrci* to I'"1 Tcrjr loot
of ihe evil.
DR. MAGGIEL'S PILLS
Invariably cure thc following  Diseases
Aftlima,
U'tw^l Complaint^
Conjrhs,
Ciddrt,
4Jhcit Di'eaient
GjifiVL-m-M,
Djfpcpsia.*
lliarrhra,
Drojiij,
Detiilltr,
rover and Kgt %
FumaleConipUint',
Headache,
ludif.-ition,
Intlam motion,
lunard WeakncM,
Li-t-r Ot>!i!,'ii\iiii,
Lowi.e^ ofSi'iriti,
itingworm,
Kheinaat-mn,
>:\h i>l«umf
BOttlda,
Skin niwaics.
IXtT NOTICE.—Noni-((a nr inn witimut the ■RRKVCd
trade-mark uTOMW) imi'Ii put «r hox, fipneil Im UU. J.
MAI-01 -1., 43 Kulion itrnelj N;w u>rk, to eou»t«rfe t
whirh ia felutiy.
f(3r Sold hy all reinrctnhle I>-ialor» in Medicine*
thnmu'li'itit the Unite<l S.aU-n aud Can .t'.a—ftt 36 ceiitu
per "iox or pot.
A. C. Langley & Co.,
Agents for Vancouver Island and Urilisli
Columbia.
il 2
CHARLES    BERNARD,
Manufacturer and Dealer in
FAMILY CHARM COFFEE
And SplCCN <>l  all  Minis,
No. 707, Sansome street, comer Gold,
Bftween Jnck-.on nn<] Pflcilic.
First Premium awarded by the Mechanics' fn-
slitule, for the best Coffee and Spices.
Tho proprietor hnvinii iiuroiliiccd Stenm
Power in hi» Mmiul'actoiy, Im now inrrenserl
I'nciliiii'k to supply the triiile nnd the piihlic in
(,'ciiitiiI. All nrticlea from hin Estiibliihmer.t
arc gunranteed to he pice and unailulternted.
The putilic are ruppsrl(tilty invited to cull and
convince themselves Country orders promptly
attended to. an i
BRITISH    PERIODICALS.
Mrs.   Hein
KBBPS   CONSTANTLY UN' BA»I> TO"
latest ftihtooi in
 At—'
Prices to Suit the Times,
OOVBKNMKNr     BTBIIC
Ditween Kort and Brougllton. au'i
TIIK   ONK   11I1.MJ    WANTED.
HOLLOWAY'S TILLS.
The London ftuarterJy Review (Conservative)-
The Edinburgh Review (Whig)
The Westminster Review (Radical)
The North British Review (Free Church)
— AND—
Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (Tory)
Thn fb'ir Reriew* re-pnliliflinl hy Mr-nrt. POOTT Sc
Co., an* L'**npral j- CO Kldsred nn tlio Omit Ri-Yitnvj,
ami lllarkwnnd fiaq )>rcn jnnilv pla^rd in tlm aame
rmk.    Whorvfr diapo«ne«  With rmdiiiir pn'dlMtiom Of
this rla«F,   whntcvrr mm nt hi*    t'ii-r:il   i. fur in itlnn,
wiiliooii Im•ItDffttitsr lithlnd ihstlini   in which he
liven—and in lliPie timri a p"i>o'i imiv noon get wry
t.ir iicltin i. Th**y m»Jf *tt iend nud Minimi with n<\-
vantaLT hy the peuplc of thin eu.iliiry, ol I'Tery creed
nnd party.
Iu*y- BLACK WOOD l| nmunnlh- attractive at llii^
tiiii.- tn Americans, not only f-r   H . ttti I artirlm hy
riUUnfttUhftd wrlUri of Hrti >n. hut for lit a Rooonut of
the lai« civil w r. now htlog wiillen ly Cl. Von
Borkf, alitfinanomcpr, chh-r- '--tnlT  lofloili  J* ■• It.
luart, of tlitj Confrderatv army.
TERMS   I-'OR   18«6.
For any ono of the Itev town $4 per annum
For an> two of the Uevh-wn  7 M
For any thrcr of the HeTiewi 10 •'
Foi all four of tbtRtrlnr 12     M
Foa Blackwoi-d*! M^nii'  4 M
F«rBlackwood and olio Revl w  7 "
For  Bin kwi.nd and any two of thn Ke>
Tf«Wi 10 «
For rUckwoid andlliree of tho Hevie*^..U "
For Bl*ckwo< d aud the four KCTtlWI 15 "
CLUBS.
A d|«:ount of keenly per ent. will l>c a'lowed lo cluhft
of fnur nr more peTMRll. Tnni, four 0 pieN of
Hlarkwood, or of one i evlcw » ill li- Hfnt loOM address or«!2 fO. Konrcopimof the fuur Keviewn and
BUck wood, for $48, aud ao on.
TOSTAGE.
When »ent by mail, Ihe PfUTAOl to puv part nf the
Vnittd t !«■ will be ut Hr«nt\-iniir r»iil-a fmt for
" i.i'KMOon," and but eight cent • a year for each of
the K-Menu.
Reduced Prices for previous years-
Rilbwribera miy obtain ihe B'?pi-inls immediately
pic">'ilnor l^'C, aa follnw*, tix. :
BlaeJimood from 8-plrm .*r. 1R«4, to Becember, Iddfi
inclutive, ai the rate of (2 50 a yi>ar.
The North British from January. 18fi3, lolieeember,
l^fOi, loolnttvot Hie JCdinburf/h -ml tne Westminster \ rim
'Ti il. 18f>4, to Decern! e-, 186.'), IneWiIve. ..nd the
I/tndnn Quarterly lor the year 18 6, at the rate of $1 SO
a year lor eacli or any    uvi-w.
XW A few nopJKH yet r>nnln nfnH the fnttr Review*.
for J8ti3nt (4 a set, or il tti for any ooe.
LEONARD   SCOTT   &   €0.,
Publishers. 33   Walker Street, X  J".
L. K k Co., alio publish the
FATllsrlFTl'& GXJI3DB
Bj IIksht Pntrmum, nf Kdinhurpb, nrd the la*e J. P.
Noktox, rf Ynlt olletfe, I volt, Ro\*, OjImvu, 1600
pii;e#, and r.uinetniM   Kiiifrnv in-i-
IVire f, for tin two »■■' uu.' —Iit Mill, pott paid,
JK 00. isU
Tlic Itlood.
Tliese fflmous pills nre po compose*! tb»
they opernte wholesoiriply on tlie slomnch, the
liver, 1 he howrls, nml olliiM'orjrnns; Uy correct-
InR nny denin^etnenis In their function!,
whereby h Btenily lupply of pure mntcrinls lor
thu renewal of the Dlood i.s inrnished, nml ft
eonatnnt nbsiractimi of ellete products i.-i ef-
fectod. '['■■■■ perfect circitifltlon thus htcomei
the very BotlBtfttn ol health nml life, nnd ovci-
comes ull form of Uisense wherever its sit nation.
General DlM»rden of Hie i,iv«r
and  Moniacli.
All who ever IndDlftBA* tflblt, either in Mtfo
n(j or drinkinp, sin mid taken hour ien of lhf»-
fumniiH pill.H ut ImmI time, from which uillreo
suit ft clear head nnd puml slomnch ilie f< II w-
inp; morning. 'AotlMtidS of liHdict are nl-
ways comphiininn of sick headi'eh*-s, Wflflt o
nppetite, want of em-rtn, und wain ol llrnnglli,
to correct nil tbt*S4 evil.s, three or U ur oi those
I*HU should be taken twine a Week, when ihey
would give thc invalid .tie benlttl anil appetil*
of a plouuhmnn.
Female* of Oil i^es and i iaiHsvw
Obstruciinnri of any kind, either in yonn?
or those between fnftyand fifty—ih mnsi critical petiod of life—may be radically lemo. •**%
hy using tliese I'ills according to lite printed
directions which accumputiy each box. Yntina,
persons with sickly nnd sallow complexion*
may have tho bloom ot health re* 10red by thir
corrective, wtloli puriltes the blood nnd expels nil gross nnd impure humors from the•■)■»•
torn. Beware then of the critical ape fron
forty to filly, us it sends many thousands to
premature grave,—these Pills should be tiikri
tt that period of life two or three  times   #
*eek
Want  of MreugUi aiul ; run -jo ■
Persons of sedentary habits, or those troubled in mind, working in Knetories or Conl
Pits, who cannot obtain that amount of freuli
air and exercise which nature requires, sutler
from weakness and delility, lowrwss of spiri'.i
and want of appetite. All such should •nke i
Jose or two of these I'ills every three or fom
days, as they net gently and effectunlly on the
system and impart, vigor and energy to the
body, which is alwnys followed by a good
appetite, sound nud refreshing sleep, and •
high flow of spirits.
For tlie « ure or Drop*?.
The offlOnCy of IIollowny'A I'ills in Dropsy
is extraordinary, Tbey act with such a peculiar effect tipo'i the system, that the fluid'
causing tbfi direful complaint, are peieeptihl
carried ofT and prevented from nny Jurlbel
accumiibttion. The sufferer regains a buoy-
Ancy of spirits nnd rejoices in a completely
renovated constitution. It is indispensably
necessary that Ihe Ointment should bo most
effectually rubbed into the complaining parWl
during the whole course of treatment.
Children and their   Aiiimutr..
In no country in the world are more children
curried to an early grate than in Great Britain.
Coughs, Measles, Scorlallnn, Re Ver Hi nnd olher
iiseaeea aitack Ihe little sufferers, np'l death,
but too often, follows at a rapid pace ; yet if
at tbe first stage 01 ihesc complaints, parent*
were to have recounts to Holloway's PilU. all
danger woult? be avoided , for the stomach
and bowels woul'I tie gently but eflTectiully
sleanied bv this mihl aperient ; lbe depraved
numors correuii-n ana tnesecretions duly regn-
lated. A perfoet cure would -oon be effected, and the '*ttle patient restored to soun*1
health.
Holloway' Pi. r ire the best known remedy in th'
world fa- the following diseases:
PoM»t tlic I FMhiisliiiirnt of Pniieifor Hollow*?, Ml
.-trand, (near Temde liar,) 1. ndnn ; nln- hy all rejptct
■hie Dregvls's atad Dealeni tn M<- ieinfBthrouithoni th«
slflUaed woriri, nt the n.llmvins: p:icin— It. IX., k 04,
Ik. 6d., lit,, 22'., Mid o3s. inc:h hoi,
A sf Up
Anhnm |   Ilia
ililliuu&Oot;<plit1nt!>IFetrf of all kind
Fits
lllntrhci    oi>    the   lent
Hkln Head Acho
Rowel complaints    IndlgtettM
t'fliic- ItitlnmtnaLkin
Constipation ortliri.lat.mt
Bmr«*l
Consqm] Hon
Di'ln ilv
Dropsy
Dyientrt
Erysip«las
Fi'iiiaie  Irregular* Scrnfn'norKinr •
Kvll
'if Throats
time and Grave
-^Toii'lary ^jmp.
tnma
'Ic-Deiorcux
I'niimr*
Olcen
Vi'ner.al     aBe«.
er Comnlal&ts
>Lii'«iUtao
llMlei
Rheumatism
fte.ention ef frinr
lione
of   a
Wnrmn
kinds
W«*akuets     from
whatever cp una
*„*   There is   a  conrndiTiihle   »Aviug  by   taking tht
T.'t'r •i?.'**
|tirfcti"ti" ftirtliesnidrnee of pathnti In everj d!;or
iler aro aRlxed in • »ch t>ox
PntNTEn and l'ublislicd by McClurb iCo.,a*
thc oflice, Laugley Street. *—
Chiming    telegraph.
FRIDAY EVENING, AUGUST '.'4  I860.
COMMERCIAL
«IK.l|lllllMIV.
Per steamship ACTIVE.—Left San Fnuicis-
co August 18 nt r. p.in. Encountered strong
bead wind und heavy sen ; paaaad Columbia
Kivcr August 22, ut 4 p.m.; detained l:4r. tt
Ne»b Hay ; arrived at Victoria Aug J:j, at
V p.m.
PAaaKNuuaa.
Per steamship ACTIVE, from San Francisco
—Robert Magirt, 8 I' Moody, M Bobaitaoa, A
J Smith, t'lms lliitlicriiigtou, Alexander
llrotliwick. Cbas Alex I)ew»r, W A Iloolc, W
Lawion, I)r P M O'Brien, Miss M O'JIrieu,
Miss J O'Brien, Mrs Win Pickett, A J Logan,
Yankee Sanders, It (I Ilassctt, Miss I. Diets,
Hiia I. M Diet/, ttt Men Trchurt, Mr< Captain Urcouleaf, Captain R.iymour, Dr J II
Haggin, J Morris, Chus \V Wallace, Krl H
Bingham, P Peterson, P Johnson, P lloland.
K Shutcr, J Aclioni, E Voker, It E Ryan, Mrs
Nancy Lomax, 1) Turner, Wells, Fargo k Cos
Messengers, and 23 others.
siiii-i'iM.  MTBLMCMENGK.
T0RT0F VICT0HU, VANCOUVER   ISLAND.
Aug 2<—Sip Ida, Harris, San Juun
.Stmr Emily Harris, Praia, Kanalmn
SMAMD.
Ang 24—Kip Ida, Harris, San Juan
Hiinr Diana, Wright, Pert Angelos
Stmr Emily Harris, Praia, Port Angelos
Tub SiiKi/KHewAM Golii Fiki.iis.—Our
Eastern exchanges mention the working of
tgood paying diggings on the bend waters of
ithe Saskatchewan river, and tbe departure of
* great many miners for tbe new diggings.
Slon. It. Finlnyso.i, who returned on Wednesday evening from an extended trip through
the upper country, nlso informs Ul that nam-
•hers of miners from Dig Bend, Kootenay, kc,
are crossing the Rocky Mountains for the
■amc new gold fields, aud Mr. C. McK Sinitb,
who returned from Big Ilcud tbis week states
that two parties left for that region shortly
before he started down. The distance is not
great, being not more than nice days travel
.over the present bud trails liy Boat Kncainp-.
ment and Jasper House, and frequent surveys
have proved tbat tbe route is quite practicable
for a wagon-road. There is every appoar-
nnce of a great rush to thc Saskatchewan,
from lit.t'.i East nnd West, and we bail the
movement ns an important step towards over^
Hand cemiaunicatiou with our Eastern
■brethren.
I)niR.iVA—Messrs. Iinchelder nnd Yankee
.-tjaodcrs, whose panorama of Paradise Lost
was exhibited here list winter, arrived yos-
rterday on the Active with a new exhibition,
comprising both dioramic and panoramic.
•viows, chiefly of incidents in the late American War, which tbey will »how in the Victoria theatre to-morrow evening. Tlio exhibition is highly spoken of in California. The
Stockton Independent alluding to it snys : —
■"Tbe-tlicatrc was crowded to its utmost Inst
■night by an audience who were pleased be-
jond meassrc with the splendid paintings representing the principal buttles and events of
the late rebellion. The dioramic representation of the naval engagement between the
.«hips Eenrsarge nnd Alabama ; the sinking
of thc latter-; thc flashes and reports from the
guns, and the rescue of thc drowning crew
by EngKsh bunts was'true to life, and far surpasses anything of the kind ever exhibited
before in thus State. The (linrumic view of
the .funeral of Abraham Lincoln was excellent—the movements of the limbs of horses
and men in tho procession being ns natural
as life."
Enolak* aud Amkaica.—For the frst time,
tho anniversary of American independence was
on the 4th, celebrated conjointly by the ships
ofiwar of England and America in an English
port, Her Majesty's ship Victory, the flagship of tho Port Admiral nud Naval Commander-in-chief at Portsmouth; Duke of
Wetlidgton, St. Vincent, nnd other vessels in
commission in Poitsmouth harbor; the
United States paddle-steamer Augusta, 10
guns, with Her Majesty's Pallas and Amazon,
at Spiiiiead, all dressed in colors at eight a.m.
Her Majesty's ships Hying the American flag
at their raain-rofnl mast heads. At meridian
a aaljonal salute of 21 guns was fired from all
Her Majesty's ships carrying above 10 guns,
from the Augusta, and nlso from the garrison
saluting battery on the Kings bastiun of
Portsmouth town fortifications.
AsatooiruBAL Committee.—The ngricul-
turat deputation waited on His Excellency
yesterday and, ia answer to tbo request that
the Indian reserves should be thrown open,
were very properly told that it U a small consideration the throwing open t. few hundred
acres, while a hundred thousand acres were
retained in their wild condition, by speculators, many of whom did not even live iu the
colony. 	
Sals or Stock—Messrs. J. P. Davies sold
several horses and cows witb calves, to-day,
at very good prices, the latter ranging from
$30 to $56. Thc stallion brought $100. Two
mules brought $95.   Horses $35 to $G5.
Splekdid LAMr—Tiger Engine Co.. No. 2,
have just got out Irom England, by Express,
a massive silver-plated lamp for their engine.
The globe is half red and half white, and will
be fixed above the engine. It will burn 12
hours.      	
Thb Mail SiBAMEn.—Thc steamer Active
arrived yesterday at 6 p.m , with passengers
aad freight as published elsewhere. She left
this moruing about 4:30 for New Westminster,
and will sail for San Francisco on Monday
morning, at 10 o'clock.
Tub Cabiboo Assai.lt Cask.—Thomas
Doiijjal mat charged i i thc police court this
morning with assaulting F, Pagden, onsof
tba mi-ri pi: --il i-i i barge of the sterna' i
t'ariliu'i by tbi* mor particular   ol
which w- | ive yesterday. Ur. Bishop ■;■
peered for Uu complainant and Ur. Omen for
defend in!. After the examination of com*
plaiuant and some remarks by the solicitors
oa Bach tide, tlie magistrate laid the case
turned oa the legal right to be in possession,
and a4Jo irns It day, re<    ■ ad«
ing Ihe parties to settle out-i.l.-.
BOI M or Ahbkmiii.v.—ln the SdOSe to-day
Dr. Diet on gars notice of a resolution to the
effect Hint by thc official despatch at June
2Tlh $26004 had been applied to purposes
never contemplated by the appropriation act
of 1886, and thai in future the House would
nul sanction tho borrowing ol any monei by
the Executive, without the consent ef the
Honse baavll g been first obtained.
FnirrrvATK.—The Sacramento Union says
that a Uri. Davenport, ol Helena, Arkansas,
has fallen heir to an estate worth 11,000,000,
through hei uncle Robert Brace Blaekbonrn,
recently deceased, who was one of the heaviest manufacturer! in Europe. The lady,
who hns a husband nnd two children, has
gone ti Scotland to take possession.
Mr John Peter tirnni, lbe new Governor of
Jamaica, was to have left England on the
17th July. Kir Henry II. Storks, on bil return, will take his seat as a member of tho
Privy Council.
Thanks.—Wo nre Indebted to '"apt. Erskine
of the fideliter, and Mr Turner, Wells Fargo'l
Messenger on tho Active, for full files of late
papers.
For N'nw wuTittxsf in.—Tbe steamer Enter
prise sailed this  morning  with some 12 or II!
passengers, and about 20 tons of freight.
Aiinivcn Hoiib.—Tho ship Egefia, Evans,
arrived off Falmouth on June 29th, from this
port.
Tin: I'sion Rili. that passed its first reading under the Cnrdwell regime is shelved.
Rtquittcat in juice.
TELEGRAPHIC.
JFBCI1L TO THE liVKSllli TEI.Edtt.IPd.
To-day's    Despatches.
Vancocvki:, Aug. '23.—A fire broke
ont thi.s morning nt 1 a.m. in a building
belonging to Jessie Howies, occupied by
Westlmll, cabinet-maker, burning eight
buildings before it could be qnonclied.
Loss ns followed: O. \V. Durgin & Co.,
$3,000 ; Jessie liowles, $1,000 ; Wostall,
$3,000 ; E. Bunks, $800 ; Win. Ranek,
$1,500 j Stephens, $.1,000 ; Dupee, $50(1 ;
Kzra Durgiu, $500. The residents of
Vancouver tender tbeir thanks to Col.
Blake, Captain Babbit, Captain Weeks,
Lieut. Hull and soldiers under their
charge for Hie promptness In which tho
engine belonging to the garrison wus
brought to tbe fire ; also for tlie resolute
manner in which the officers and men
worked to stop tbe progress of the Raines.
Had it not been for the efforts which the
officers uud soldiers put forth the whole
toivn would have been iii ruins.
Eaitern.
New York, August 22—Gold is excited to-day. Supply uf coin held firmly.
Loan market more active. Stock market
quiet aud irregular. Govcnineiit st.ocks
less enquired for among investers. All
Government securities offered are bought
by strong parties at full rates.
Cholera is rap'dly disappearing here
and in Western cities. Seven deaths reported in the city to-dny and three in
Brooklyn.
PoTTsvtu.i:, Pa., August 22—General
James Ncgloy, heroe of the Mexican war,
died to_dny.
Washixutov, August 33d—Appointments to office of those wbo support the
President's policy are being daily made in
increasing numbers, chiefly under internal
revenue bureau. George Hunt will be
appointed postmaster for Boston.
The Treasury department has received
a draft on Baring Bros, England, for
£11,84-1, being proceeds of sale of Confederate privateer Shenandoah.
Tbe question of Jeff. Bavis' health is
again in agitation. Mrs. Daris has written to a friend in Georgia that he will
surely die in a few months. Assistant
Surgeon General Crane has been sent to
Fort Monroe to investigate, aud hns had
a long interview with Davis, with what
result will not bo known until officially
promulgated.
A letter from Seward to Minister Kil-
patrtek. Chili, is published, setting forth
the policy of the U. S. concerning wars in
the neighboring republic. It says : We
maintain that thc republican system which
is accepted in any of these States shall
not be wantonly assailed—that it shall
not bu subverted as an cud of lawful war
by European powers. In wars wnired between nations of friendship villi ourselves, if they are not pushed, like the
French war in Mexico, to political point
mentioned, we do not intervene. Spain
II and the United States she would not
carry the war with Chili to thut point.
We ure ready now und henceforth to hold
.Spain t0 thii ui'iceincnt. Seward shows
that this polley II MM of strict neiitrulily
and friendship—one which has goverrt'.'d
the United States from the time of Washington.
Nkw Yoiik, August ii—By the Persia's mails it is ascertained that the report of a Ouy Fuwkes plot to blow up thc
House of Parliament, reported by the
Cable, was greatly exaggerated. Nine
pounds of powder und a Mow match were
picked up by the policeman ou duly. The
object wa9 not apparent.
The London Newt announces that the
putrunuge of the Atlantic Cable has become no great tbat the directors had in
contemplation the establishment of a new
scale ul prices for first, KOOod nnd third
class messages, according lo priority, the
latter tn be at the s:iine terms now charged.
New Advertisements.
LTJMBEB
A   LAMM   ASSORTMENT   OF   ROUGH
aud dressed for sale cheap,
J. BOBEBTSON STEWART.
Victoria. V. I.. 20th  I . ■'.it; ISM. an -'-
A friend once visiting nn unwordly
philosopncr, whose mind was his kingdom, expressed surprise at the smallness
of his apartment. 'Why, you have not
room to swiiur a cat!' 'My friend,' was
the serene, unappreeiativc reply, 'I do not
wunt to swing a cat !'
' Does the razor take hold well ?' inquired a barber who was shaving a
gentleman from the country. 'Yes,' replied the customer with tears In his eyes,
'it takes hold tirst rate, but it don't let
go worth a red cent.'
Mr. Barry Sullivan has arrived from
Australia snd looks all thc better for his
four years' trip.
New  Advertisements,
zre-ozpehsthstg-
— Ol'   IHE—
EUREKA CONCERT ROOM,
OULtt TUE bmOEfiEffT OF MRS. QlAIUJiSi
TIHIS MOST FAVORITE AND FASIIIUX-
-** able place of amusement having been
entirely re-decoruLed will re-upeu This Evening nt 'J o'clock. Mr. Ned Heed, the famous
Banjo Playet Will We in uttemlnnce to amuse
viiitort witli Ills minstrel Soogl. At the Bar
the best of case Liquors and Havana Cigars
will be dispensed.
Open every  Evening at  9 o'clock, admission
free. au24
VICTORIA THEATRE
A. 11   Amateur
Vdtmmm™
— Assisted by —
Miss Jenny Arnct and Mr. R> G.
Marsh,
Who have kindly volunteered their
services,
Under the distinguished patronage of
His   Excellency   Governor
Kennedy, C. B.,
AM'
REAR APMIRAL  THE HON. JOSEPH
DENMAN
And Ihe (Mirers nf the Fleet,
Will be given on'
TUESDAY   EVENING,   28th   Instant,
In aid of the Funds of the
Victoria   Cricket   Club.
The  performance  will  commenco  with   thc
tuvorito Comedietta in two nets, by Chns.
Selliy, B«q., entitled
The  Utflmehed  Gentleman,
To   oimelndc  with   the   tragically   stnrtling
lliirlcsipic of
LORD L0VEL AND LADY NANCY BELL
Tickkth — Parquette nnd Dress Circle, $1.
l'it, 50 edits.
Fifty cents extra will be charged for scats
on Ihe first tlnce rows in ths Dress Circle.
The Ilox (lllire will be open on Monday nnd
Tuesday mornings from 11 to 2, when seats
can be seeurcd.
Doors open at half.past 7. Performance
to begin at 8. an 2.1
KTOTIOE
Save  Your Rags I
■■liIlK UNDERSIGNED IS PREPARED TO
X pay the highest priec in cash for Linen
and Cotton Hags, and will call in thc course
of two weeks, when he will be prepared to
purchase any quantity—small or large—of
Hags, hemp nnd cotton rope, gnnnv bags, etc.
W. CLINK,
Pacific Telegraph Hotel, Store st., Victoria,
au 23-2t
THE OWNERS OF T'VO HORSES THAT
have strayed into thc premises of the
undersigned can have the same hy calling and
paying expenses. One horse Is a roan, with
u scar on the left side of the head ; and the
other is * dark pony, with long tail and three
of its feet white.
THOMAS CARTER,
au 20-lw Hillside Farm.
Trade Licences Assessment Rol).
NOTICE   IS   HEREBY   GIYR.1   THAT
CopiiM of the Trait Lienors Ratlnd
Assessment Hull fur the Yearendlng 30lhJflM,
1807, aod for the Half year commencing 1st
July and ending HI st December, 18CC, have
been posted up at the following placet:
1. Post Office,
I, BberifTl oflice,
3. Police Buildings,
4. House of Assembly,
Te. t'mirt House,
C. Laud Oflice.
CHARLES (J. WVLLV,
Assessor's Oflice, I Assessor.
18th August, 180«. / nulS-lw
NEW    WESTMINSTER
GAME   DEPOT,
YATES   ST.,
Next door to  the corner of Oorerntncnt,
opposite Zclticr's Drug Store.
rpiIE SUBSCRIBER HAVING MADE AR-
_L rangementH to receive from different
parties the produce of the Island nud country
will be prepared to furnish
Game,
Pish,
Fruits,
Poultry,
Eggs    and    Vegetables,
Each and all lu  their season, at the lowest
prices,
jj&y" Fraser River Salmon hy each steamer.
JAMES   ALLEiV.
jv 3l-lm	
Everett's Exchange,
STORE   STREET,   V. I.
'IHE PROPRIETOR RESPECTFULLY IN'-
1 forms his friends nud the public that he
has opened bis old stand in Store street, where
he will keep as before the finest quulity of
WINKS, LIQCORS, and CIGARS.
Come and see.
ati3-lm       PAT. EVERETT, Proprietor.
^A.TlO-A.XlsfS.
A GENTLEMAN LEAVING THE COLONY
will sell a handsome HEWING MACHINE iu Mahogany case, never used, which
cost $125, for $60, CASH.
— ALIO—
One $100 share in ihe Spring   Hidgo Water
Works Co , very cheap.
Apply nt the
EVENING TELEGRAPH OFFICE.
au21 lw
NOTICE.
MARTIN    BROS.,
IMPORTERS  Of
Groceries and Provisions,
PIRBPBOOP BUILDING,
LATELY OCCUPIED BYL'HOTELIERi Co,
WSAEP       STREET.
au 6
The Only Sure Way to Save the
Country!
IS TO PATRONIZE
CAMERON'S   ISLAND   l'RODUCE
I'JLATl-VZ'E'T,
No.   18   Fort   street,   opposite   Mrs.   Hcnl's
Hoarding-kou^c.
FAMILIES AND HOTEL-KEEPERS WILL
find  always  on  hand fresh,   cheap, aud
good     ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Island Vegetables and Fruit,
Island Fish and Game of nil sorts,
Island Eggs and Butter,
Island Vciii.on cut to order,
•     Island Poultry, .tc, .Vc, kc.
N. B.—I hereby make known to the public
that, having tenet, amusements with certain
island farmers to sell their produce, I am
from this date prepared to sell cheaper than
any Chinaman peddler that ever ate rice—
" So walk on. John !''
August IVlh, 1800. nu 17-lm
Dissolution of Partnership.
'pllE  PARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE EX-
t isling between Roiikrt Hknkv Btohi nnd
Hk.shv JatbOUM H llotel-kee['crs at " The Old
Flag Inn, Nnnainio, has this i\ny been dissolved by mutual consent. The business will
in future be carried on by the said Robert
Henry Stone nlune, who will collect all outstanding accounts and psy all liabilities of
the late partnership.
Witness,! R   H. STONE,
Jos. MoCMM.        HENRY JEROME.
Nanaimo, August 3. 1866. au 5-lm
Snorborg  & Rueff,
COMMISSION   MERCHANTS,
Importers nnd Wholesale Dealers in
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS,
Boots and !*Slioes,
Wlinrf street, Victoria, V. 1. au2
3STOTIOE.
DURING   MY   TEMPORARY   ABSENCE
at San  Francisco,   my   hrother,   Peter
Matlhiessen. holds ray Power of Attorney.
Dated Hotel St. Nicholas, Government street,
Victoria, 14th August, 186C.
au 15 N. C. MATTHIESSKN.
LEATHER,   HARNESS,
Trnnk Manufactory.
WM. DALBY & CO.
11,'E TAKE TIIE PRESENT OPPORTDN-
YV ity lo thank our iinmerou* ensloiuers for
the liberal poirooAffi bestowed upon us, nod
.i liieni «nd the public in ftnatal thnt
ma at, n*>m catrjtnfi ou, in nmwirtfin with
onr LEATHER UTORB, iho OMaofarlar* of
HARNE.-S of nil descriptions,   also  TRUNKS
■ io! VAI.ISES.    W. butt coiiatnnily on hand
■ I irj.- iMortaom at ISLAND TA.fKKI' K'll',
CAI.I-, HARBB86, SOLE, WEI.i, STRING
and GRAIN LEATHER) also a central assortment of SHOrfHAKER'I ttUBlMQH.
Parties requiring uiiTthin/ in our line
should give ui a trial, n, we wiil supply them
cheaper thun any house north of San ttatf
Cisco.
BELTINU   MADE  TO   ORDKR.
Tennn   Oash.
Wm.  Dalby  &.  Co.,
Yates street, Viclo.ia, V   I.
August 2 th, 1800. nu 20
CAEMAGE   PAINTINii
in all rra uu an cues,
Yates Street,
Between Deluge Engine  House
and the International Hotel.
Work   solicited,  and   done   on   the  Most
reasonable terms hy
W. M. KEOHAN.
au 2-1 m
Wanted to Borrow
2600     DOLLARS
ON FIRST-CLASS REAL ESTATE SE-
curity producing $U0 per month. The
money would be takeu for one year at lj per
cent, per month.
For particulars apply to
A. F. MAIN,
au 2 Government street.
Relief  for   the   Afflicted.
THE INTRODUCTION OF
Perry    Davis'
Vegetable Pain Killer
To tlic Suffering  Humanity of this Age
lias relieved more pain, and caused more
real joy tban any other one thing thnt can
be named.
Invaluable   Remedy.
Our first Physicians  use it,  and   recommend
its  use;   the   Apothecary finds   it   lirst
among the medicines called for, and
the wholesale Druggist consid°r3
it  a  leading article  of his
trade.     All the dealers
in medicine speak
alike  in its favor; and its
reputation as a medicine of great
merit aud virtue is fully nnd permanently  established,  and it  is  the greut
Family MediciDe   of tho Age.
Every Volunteer should have n bottle, in case
of sudden attacks of Disease.
Taken Internally, cures
Sodden Colds, Coughs, kc,
Weak Stomach,
General Debility,
Nursing Sore Mo'ith, Canker,
Liver Complaint,
Dyspepsia or Indigestion,
Cramp and pain in thc Stotnncl),
Bowel Complaint,
1'ainters' Colic,
Asiatic Cholera,
Dinrhoea and Dysentery.
Taken externally cures
Felons, Boils, nnd Old Sores,
Severe Burns and Scnhls,
Cuts, Bruises and Sprains,
Swelling of the .loin's,
Ringworm end Tetter,
Brokon Ilrcnsts,
Frosted Feet and Chilblains,
Toothache,
Pain in the Face,
Neuralgia nnd Rheumatism.
rPA-insr ;ki:l:l,:e:b„
Taken Internally, should be ndclternted
with milk or water, and sweetened with
sugar, if desired, or made into u syrup
wilh moluma. For a COUGH and
Bronchitis, a few drops on ISugur, eaten,
will bo more effective than anything else.
For SORE THROAT, gurgle the throat
witli a mixture of Pain Killer nnd water,
and the relief is immediate mid cure positive.
BST It should not be forgotten that
the i'nin Killer i» equally as eood to
take internally aj to "is externally,
EhcIi bottlojs wrapped wilh ti ' dnec
tions for its use.
Prices 25 cents, 50 cents & $' i ti bottle. <£& tiring   ©cUgrapb.
FltlllAY EVENING, AUGUST 24, 1".;';.
i:\I.IIMI    AIFAIKS.
The Ministerial crisis which has caused
so much agitation through the length and
breadth of England is given to us in de.
lail by the English papers just received.
It appears that Her .Majesty was so interested in the great political questions of
the day thnt she set aside the ordinary
etiquette, whieh allows only of the Prime
.Minister attending for the purposo of
banding in the resignation of the Cabinet,
and invited Mr. Gladstone to accompany
Earl Knssell.' She pleaded bard for non-
rcsignution. She pointed out the disturbed state of the continent, uud the difli
unities which would beset any new
Ministry, who could not be so well nc -
(((Minted witli tho diplomatic and other
relations with the coniiticiil.il powers ns
those men who hud so long held the seals
of ollice. She also urged thut the defeat
wa.! not a defeat ou ihe principle of the
bill, but on a question of detail. Her
arguments were however iu vain. Both
UnsseW and Gladstone acknowledged the
incMvetiicnce to the country, hut according to Earl Russell's speech III the Lords
" tl.cy considered Ihat it was their duty
to maintain their honor as public men
uninjured, and thnt no considerations of
public convenience, however grave, would
justify thcia in incurring the charge of
forfeiting the pledges wliicli they had
given to the country and to Parliament.1'
It is a new career in Parliamentary affairs
to see Ilie Ministers sacrificing Royal
pleasure and risking the pence of the nn.
tion for the sako of that honor which is
bound tip in fulfilling pledges given to the
people. Tho speech of Earl Russell
will bt; long remnrkable as tho bold enunciation of a Prime Minister, who had
consented to be guided hy public opinion
rather than aristocratic or courtly ii.finance. That speech went even further, it
showed the danger of ignoring thc political condition of the working classes.
After animadverting severely on tho unscrupulous conduct of Lord Derby and
his supporters, the Premier said: " He hud
only to express the hope that Parliament
would not treat the claims of the working
classes with contempt and obloquy, and
that whatever it did would be done in
the spirit in which he had addressed a
deputation of working men. When one
of its members pointed out thut universal
suffrage existed in America nnd in tbe
colonies, he replied that this country had
'been famous for many centuries as a free
and happy country, and that its institutions had been tho model lor others. It
.was not their duty to follow other countries, but to endeavor to render their own
perfect. Ho then pointed out that if the
just claims of the working-classes were
,not dealt with fairly and generously, the
str.to .of things on the continent might,
as they did in 1830, exercise a dangerous
influence, which could nut happen if the
peoplo, by fair and generous concessions,
were attached to the ancient institutions
of tho country. If tbey did not make
theso concessions, they would alietmto the
peoplo from the Crown and aristocracy,
and cause serious evils before iu;mj years
had elapsed."
We have already alluded to the public
indignation which rose throughout England on the defeat of tlm Reform bill.
Recent papers show tbe widespread and
violent character of that indignation. In
London the mob proceeded even lo the
Houses of Parliament and showered its
abuso on tho recreant Liberals and more
objcctionnblo Tories, iu a manner that was
nt one time bo threatening that Palace
Yard, in tbo vicinity of tho Parliamentary
buildings, had to bo occupied by police.
Mr. Bright received an ovation from
the crowd assembled in this locality.
Tho hon. member, who was ou foot, endeavored to escape from observation, but,
the crowd recognised him, formed around,
and escorted him for a distance in the
direction of the House, cheering lustily.
Far different was the reception given to
Mr. Lowe. He was hooted and hissed on
leaving Westminster Hall, and the police
were obliged to iuterfere and form gtiard
for his protection. People followed him
all the way into the Park, groaning at
him, calling him a "Turncoat," and overwhelming him wilh injurious expressions
Mr. Selwyn, and ono or two other members, accompanied bim with a view of
assisting, if necessary, iu the protection of
his person. Mr. Lowe laughed and
treated the matter with grout tionchalcncc.
Tbe crowd, satisfied with giving vent to
their feelings by chimin and groan*, did {
not, so fur us is known, lltempt to mart
to acts of personal violence. The Onri'.on
Club sent out u number of men » r
wicb boards lo panda nUuit 'Whitehall
and tho precincts of the Houses ol Parliament, while members were coming down.
'Ihe boards had the following doggrcl
lines printed in largo characters | Mr.
Gladstone is of course supposed to be
speaking) :
" B) this BID era ttaai or Call,
i in tbia BUI Wl -inke our all :
Bnt another course I think I
The Hill nuiy lie, and so mny ma."
This uttempt to rouse popular feeling
against Government only recoiled upon
the heads ol the Tories, as was seen by
tbo culhusiuMie reception given to Mr.
Gladstone nud Mr. Bright, and the proofs
of unpopularity heaped upon Mr. Lowe,
who, besides being a distinguished member of the House of Commons, is connected editorially with tho Loudon Timet,
New Advertisements
J.lMlavios&Co.  REAL  ESTATE
Victoria Theatre.
It. G. Bachkldks, - - - Proprietor.
YANKBH Savdebi,   -   • Business Agent.
OWING    TO    THE    THEATRE    J1KISG
otherwise engaged will exhibit
POSITIVELY BUT ONCE
SATUBDAY EVENING, AUGUST 25th,
BACDplLDBB'tl   CillAND
HISTORIC   MIRROR
AMI
Mechanical    Diorama
ni' tub
American Rebellion,
Illustrating nil the principal events, from the
firing of tlie lirst gun down to tho surrender
of General Leo !
Four new Mechanical Dioramai have been
ndded by tbe proprietor, as follows: (irand
Naval Combat between the Merrimao and
Monitor in iliiinptou Roads ; Biege nnd Cap*
turo of Fort Donaldson; Great Naval Engagement between the Keursageiind Alabama.
Remember— One Night Only,  as we
leave for Portland by the Fideliter-
ADMISSION i
Dress Circle, fl; Panpietlo nnd Pit, RO
cents: Children ."ill cents; Private B0ZM $B
nnd $10.
Box Oflice open from 11 to 2.
No extra charge fur Reserved Seats.
Doors opcuat Is; Curtain rises nt8 o'clock,
nu 24-lt
Queen Charlotte Coal Mining Co.
(LIMITED.)
Notice of General Meeting.
AX EXTRAORDINARY' MEETING OF
."•hnxeholdersof this Company will be held
in the oflico of the Company ou Friday thn
24th instant at 11 o'clock A.M., ia accordance with a requisition of the Shareholders,
which may be seen Rt tho Company's Office,
and to obtain the authority of the Company
to issue thc C shares.
J. S. WILMS,
Corner Broad and Trounce sts. )  ,.
August 1.1th, ISM.        } Secretary.
Adjournment,
'puis   MEETING   18 ADJOURNED ilbL
1     TUESDAY next nt 1 o'clock.
au24 J. S. WILLIS, Secretary.
For   Portland Direct.
THE FINE  SCREW STEAMER
"FIDELITEB,"
CAPT.  U. C. ERSKIXE,
Will  snil  from  Brodrick't  Wharf,  for the
above   port,   on
Sur day,   August   26th,
AT 8 O'CLOCK A. M.
carrying freight and  passengers.
For particulars npplv oil board, or to
J. "P. COUCH, Agent,
»u 24 Wharf street.
TUB C. 0. & M. S. N. COMPANY'S
STEAMSHIP
ACTIVE,
JOSEPH    WILLIAMS,   Commander,
WILL SAIL   Foil
SAN FRANCISCO DIRECT,
From Brodrick's Wharf, on
Monday,   27th August
At 10 a. m.
For frcicrht or passage, apply on hoard or to
CIIAS.  W. WALLACE, Agent,
nu 2-1 Wharf street.
itrrouu* m initial «i*«imr>.
>alr*r*<>a. rtrcpr»«f >l«ne Ra'-WInf,
Ubill M.. nrar talc*.
i . -meet t^«
—HV—
New Advertisements.
A U C TION.
Tuesday,   A114.   88th
BANK BRITISH COLUMBIA
vs.
JAS. McKEE ft WM. E.
Stronach.
ON THR  PREMISES, BTORB ST.,
At Eleven o'clock, A.M.,
HV ORDER OF
Wm. Brooke Nay]or Esq,
SHEHIFF,
ALL TIIK STOCK IN TRADE, OFFICE FURNITURE, kc, Ao., ON
THE PREMISES, Store Street.
—coiiritisisu is All, ABOOX—
500,000 FEET,
More or less, of Assorted Lumber, among
which will be found
PLANK, SCANTLING, JOINTS,
TICKETS, SURFACED BOARDS.
DECK PLANKS, REDWOOD SIDING, ROUGH & PLANED SIDING, TONGUED AND OROOVED
FLOORING,
— ALSO-
Venetian Shutturs, Doors, assorted.
Sashes, Moulding, &c,
ALSO,
The Office Furniture.
TERMS ,-0 A. S H.
J. P. Davies  &.  Co.,
au 23 Auctioneers.
:b.a»:k:e:d
pork and beans
EVEHY SUNDAY MORNING,
25 Cents a Pot,
—AT—
A.   W.  PIPER'S
B A K E R Y,
OOVKIUVME1VT    STKECT,
OPPOSITE TIIE TIIEA'IKE.
nu 2l-2t
Victoria Turn Verein.
A LL MEMBERS OF THE ABOVE IN-
t\. stitntion who wish to attend regular
practice, are requested to be present on the
lirst Monday in September, when classes will
be formed commencing with the simplest exercises, nud goidg through the whole course.
CHARLES DECIIENT,
uu23 Turiiwart.
AUCTION.
1\   M.  1JACKUH
li Instructed to sell at his Salesroom,  Wharf
Street, on
Tuesday,   28th   lust.,
At 12 o'clock, noon,
The beautiful and commodious Rcsiil nee "f
JAMES    MltMUI.I,,   Esq,
AI.   I..  A., known ns
"ROSE  VILLA,"
And at present occupied by  A. .1. Langley,
Esijuire.
THE   GROUNDS
Comprising two ncrcs, havo been improved at considerable outlay. There
ere on the property a Porter's Lodgo,
Stable and Outhouses, a Kitchen
Garden, and a nevcrfail.ng well of
good water. The ground rent end
taxes are is I per month, ami the
property realises at present $(il) per
mouth, ami bus a term tc run.
For  further  particulars apply to the
Auctioneer or to the proprietor.        aul7
IN  A  SMALL  FAMILY,  A  YODNC, WO-
mnn  to   tuke  enre  of n child, and make
herself useful in the house.
Apply  to SCO. THOMAS,
au 17 9 Yates  Street.
In thr. Supreme Court of Civil Justice,
Vancouver Island.
GHAS. F. BARNARD, M.D.,
SURGICAL k MECHANICAL
Fort street, one door enst of Government,
Victoria,  V.I.
Dr. B. hereby tenders hi« grateful acknowledgments to tbi citi/.n- of Victoria for their
liberal patronage thus far, nnd hopes by gen-
tl'iniiely eiiiicliicl und strict application lo
business to merit a further continuance ol
furors.
When desired will visit parties profemion-
ully at tbeir iisi.leiices. All brunches of th*
profession ittteuded to. Terms reasonable.—
Illlh '• hour* from B a.m. to 5J p.m.
ants im*
L.    BETTMAN,
BALER IN DUY GOODS, GROCERIES,
BOOTS AND SHOES, ft., kc,  &c.
tun Olymph, W- T-
1)
la Bankruptcy.
Wednesday, thc 1st of August, 18fiti.
-117HEREAS, A PETITION FOR ADJI'DI-
VV cation of Bankruptcy, bearing date the
31»t day of July Inst, has-been duly filed by
William Parsons Sayward, Charles Kent, and
Edward Wilson, ngainst JOHN JOSEPH
MECREDY of View street, Victoria, Carpenter, nnd thc said John Joseph Mecredy,
having been duly declared nnd adjudicated a
Bankrupt, is hereby required to surrender
himself to His Honor Joseph Needham, Chief
Justice of the Supreme Court of Civil Justice
aforesaid, on Wednesday tho 29th day of
August current, at 11 of the clock in the forenoon precisely, at thc Court House, Juines
Bay, Victoria, and mike a full discovery
and disclosure of his estate and effects, when
and where tbe creditors nre to come prepared
to prove their debts, nnd at the first sitiing to
choose Assignees and commence the examination of the Bankrupt, and at the last sitiing,
the Bankrupt is to finish his last examination.
All persons indebted to thc said Bankrupt,
or having any of his-effects are not lo pay or
deliver tbe same but to Mr. Daniel Lindsay of
Government street, the Official Assignee appointed, and give notice to
JOHN    COPLAND,
Bastion street, Victoria, V. I.,
Solicitor to the Petitioning Creditors.
au 21-td
1IAVANACIGAR&
j LEWIN &  ANTHONY,
TOBACCONISTS.
47 Tates St., Brick Store
Next to Corner of Government St.,
BEG TO INFORM THEIR EIIIKNDS AND
tne pnblic in general that they will con*
stnnlly receive by every steamer a good assortment nl dienulne liavnna Cigar*
nnd the ||e*| llramlN of Tobacco,
Imported direct for this market, so that they
nre able to .ompete with uny hr use on thii
Island, either Wholesale or Retail.
N.  B'—Special   attention will ba paid  to
Cnuntrv orders.
I1K1.MAN  LEWIN.     |     LOUIS ANTHONY,
nu 2
A. & W. WILSON,
House and Ship Plumbers
CASFITTERS,
BELL-HUNGERS & TINSMITHS
FORT   STREET.
All order* prompt I}' attended to
nu 2
REMOVAL!
Tlie Business of
THOMAS WILSON k C8.
lie-commenced    on
MONDAY,    JUNE    19th
In their New and Commodious Store in
iM^SOINTIO     HALL
GOVERNMENT      STREET,
(Opposite tbo Bunk of British Columbia,)
WITH   TII Kill   USUAL
WELL - ASSORTED    STOCK
INCLUDING
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, I )ainasks, Hops, Chintz es,
Gents', Ladies'and Children's
Hosiery and Gloves;
Trimmings, &c au 3
LONDON    HOUSE,
May 'iWt, 18GG.
Our Importations for tho present season arc no\r
complete by arrivals per EXPRESS this morning,
and the extensive shipments now landing from tho
EASTERN CHIEF
Our DRESS, MANTLE, SILK, SHAWL, MILLINERY, LACE, HOSIERY, DRAPERY, FANCY
and UPHOLSTERY departments arc now replete
with the newest and choicest goods. Either Wholesale or Retail customers will tiud this the best stock
wc have yet offered.
ar 2
LONDON FIRM,
J. P. Tunstall Co.
VICTORIA Y. I.,
J. H. Turner & Co. ——
Erfj!l*h  .\t'W»  Summary.
Expectation rant Tin: Toi n*—The
foreign policy of England, Ln L'rette
tbiuiu, will, in ull likdiliooii, Uu modified
as regards Itmy, ly the accesaion of ■
Tory Oovirun cut to oflice. "It is Lord
Bnttell wbo has been tho nul author < f
Italian unity, from jealousy of the inllu-
nice which tin; rictoritf cl' Magenta ind
Bolferino have given ai in Italy. It wns
his Igtnt, Hir James Iludoii, who inspired Count OftTOor, who ciicoiirngei!
him in liis forcible iinnexntion, and who
twice plaeed Ktiglish fri^nics ut the sir-
vieo of Garibaldi. The Knglish Conservatives have not ceased to protest against
that conduct, and to avow tlieir preference
for the system of federation of which tho
principle was laid down in the Treaty of
Vil'iifiaMcn, nud confirmed iu I bat of
Zurich. In this point ot view the advent
of the English Conservatives ia not without Importance, as it enables us t'l judge
of the   nttinule   tint   will  be   IlkeN   by
Great Britain io the CougreM ufioi the
war "
Lord PikUtBBHOH'l I.ROACi— The fortifications at Hurst, nt the mouth of the
Solent, are still progrewlug. It has been
estimuted that they will co*t £20,000,000.
They tire of enormous magnitude und
strength. The sea wall, n quarter of a
mile long, is being builtof gigantic blocks
of granite ten or a dozen tons weight each.
The fortifications will be armed with uboul
thirty Armstrong 300-pounders, inch gun
costing between £.'1000 and £10110.—
Many nre of opinion thnt a few of our old
ships of war iron plated and moored nt the
mouth of tho Solent would be us effectual
. as the Hurst fortifications. The fortifications on the opposite side of the Solent,
■which cost nbout two millions of money,
are pronounced lo bo useless. They are
built of brick, which would be knocked to
pieces by heavy guns, so thut artillery
men could not live iu a fort built of such
materials.
Iti-Foiiit Mbktiko in London—A reform meeting took place in Trafalgar-
square on the evening of the Iind. No
attempt Was made by the police to prevent
it. There were present a great number
cf roughs and lads, and a Still greater
number of people attracted by curiosity.
There were also a band of music and some
banners, Tho number present might be
estimated at 5')00 to 8000. A number
of speakers addressed tho meeting in
favor of reform und against its opponents.
About half past nine the crowd proceeded
to Mr. Gladstone's, but ns he did not appear they went down Pall-Mall cheering
at the Reform Club, groaning ut the
Carlton Club and Lord Elcho's. The
crowd was quite orderly nnd good humored.
It will bo remembered that a paragraph ' went tbo round ' of the journals
-some eighteen months ago to. tbe effect
that placards of ' No smoking allowed '
had been placed on the interior walls of
Windsor Castle. To tbe Influence of
Prince Christian, the future husband of
the Princess Helena, a most beneficent
change is attributed. The weed is no
I'Higer binished from Windsor, and the
architect at Balmoral has had orders to
build a smoking room to bo attached to
tho royal residence in tbe Highlands.
Mr. Gladstone writes to the London
papers explaining tho part whieh Mrs.
Gladstone look in tho late reform demon.,
Btrations in Carlton-terruce. It appears
there was a great crowd near Carlton
terrace, and the police nuthoriiies asked
Mrs. Gladstone to appear on the b.lcony
of her house, to satisfy the people and
disperse them. The Chancellor of the
Exchequer adds that Mrs. Gladstone and
other witnesses ' were struck with the
respeclnblo appearance aud good order
maintained by those who composed the
large assembluge.
At tho Justiciary Court, Edinburgh,
on the 2d, J. Douglas und James Irving,
,of Sstrnnraer, were sentenced to two
months' imprisonment for tho abduction of
a voter at tbe last ■Wigtonahire election.
■The voter intended to voto for Lord-Gar-
lies, tho Conservative candidate This
was the first case in Scotland under see-
•tion 5 of tbe Corrupt Practices Prevention Act.
Pacific Mail Route to Auuthalia —
The arrival is announced by special tele
gram of thu screw Kaikouru, at Melbourne, on thc 5th of May, tlm passage
from Plymouth.having been accomplished
in fifty-oue days, the quickest ever made.
The Kaikoura was to leave Sydney on
the 15th uf June, aud Wellington, New
Zealand, on the 23d, with the first mails
for this country, Via Panama.
The Coal Question.—Loyal commissioners nre nominated to investigate the
probable quantity of coal contained in
the coalfields of the United Kingdom, and
to report on the quantity which may he
reasonably exported to bo available for
use, and also on the quantity annually
consumed und exported. The Luke of
Argyll, Sir R. Murchison, Sir W. Armstrong, aud 13 others constitute the commission.
The Queen has been pleased to appoint
tho Hon. Arthur Hamilton Gordon, C.M.
O. (now Lieutenant Governor of the
Province of Ne\y Brunswick) to be Governor nnd Commander-in-Chief of tbe
Island of Trinidad and its dependencies.
Tho author of " Felix Loll" was paid
£400 lor her novel, which is about a
fifth of the sum demanded for a sensational drama. Miss Evans is in Germany,
whither she has gone to escape the temptation of reading and tho annoyance of
'listening to criticisms on her new work,
New  Advertisements.
XfW Advertisi in
FOlrl     SALS
'pilK UOHT, Till.!-:, AND DTTEBKBT
J. in Laud known u I! VIII. 8 :'". iinnm-
ii liau Hisiric , und It VIII, B I. S,much.is
District, in al almiil lu i km, situate in the
Cowlebaa Bettlemi
For particular! apply to
JOHN OLA8SEV,
Bastion street,
nu 9-lra Opposite SkorUTs Offlce.
NOTICE
-or-
HI-PARTNERSHIP,
BIJNSTER
HAS THIS DAY
ENTERED INTO
Partnership
WITH ALL LOVERS OP
GOOD    ALE!
n ii 17-lm
WILLI Alffi   LYONrf,
smiPiPizxro-
— AMD—
Commission      Agent,
On the Corner of
Wharf and Johnson Streets.
nil 3-2m
The "Grotto,"
OPPOSITE THE TELBOBAPH OFFICE.
For a glass  of choice  liquor go  to thc
" Urotto,"
There  " none BDI the best '' yon   will
find is the motto.
Mint Juleps, Sherry Cobblers—everything
cooling ;
Come ye that do thirst, you will find its
no fooling.
  au2
Alhambra
BILLIARD SALOON,
COMER GOVEItXHEYT A.YD YITES Srs.
TJP-STAIRS.
Entrance  on Yates  Street.
au :)-lm
THE IPIOHSTEEIR,
ICE CUE AM,
—fhoji the-
PACIFIC TELEGRAPH HOTEL,
IS AGAIN IN TIIE FIELD.
rpHE ritoruiEToit is prepared to
X    supply, ns usual, his customers, parties,
bulls, etc., at moderate rutos.
PAPIFig TELEGRAPH HOTEL,
au 3 Store street.
TOBACCO PLANT
ARRIVAL OF ANOTHER CARGO FROM
Virginia & Cuba,
VIA   ASriNWAI.1,,
Of Ihe Most   Celebrated Brands of
TOBACCO   &   SEGARS
EVER IMPORTED
Samplei can bo bnd at the »AI)ELPII!,»
corner Yates and Government Btrccis.
Arrival of a few more Plants
by the " California."
tW Office of C. F.  Green's  Victoria
and Esquimalt Express.
V, CAMPBELL,
ADELPHI REGAR STORE.
nu 2
IF-    O'DWYIEIR
IMPORTER     AND    WHOLESALE
DEALER  IN
Oregon and California Flour,
Middlings, Bran, Grain, Butter,
Lard, Provisions, etc,, etc,
Families und the Trade supplied on the
nioat reasonable terras.
No. 40 Government street.
NEAR CORNER OF FORT.
iy JO
UN 10.1 HOTEL, WILSON   &  MURRAY,
Corner Bastion and Langley £ty
Tin: PBOPBIKTOB I-1 sn:cTi-r;.i,Y is-
forms ibe pablle, that tbe above named
Bote! ii now open tat the reception of
Beanlefff.
Ti irai:
Board and Lodging; per week    $10 00
Board without Lodging b,00
The Fotel
Ii loontrd in the in.st central purl of tlie city,
balng in tbe IflMMdlata vicinity of tin- prtnoi.
put lliiBini-is Benin, the Thenire uud utlier
plates of nuiuseiut-iil in tbe city.
The Table
Will be supplied with all tbe delicaciei tint
our markets afford.
An enrly application i» necessary as only a
limited number of bonnier! will bo taker, it
being the intention of thc Proprietor tn do all
in bll power to promote the comlort of thoBe
who mny fuvor him with tlieir patronage.
REFERENCE   REQUIRED-
T. II.  Lie UAHJf, Proprietor.
Victoria, V. I., July SOtb. 1 «»I6.        jy 3(1
Miscellaneous.
A   Triumph    oi    Science
—Aitn—
THE  LIGUT   QF   TUE, WORLD
DR. MAGGIEL'S
PILLS   &  SALVE.
Tlienc Life-trlvlng v-medir* nrf now, for Uip fir t
!■'■<', C V ■ piilil sly to Hi- ^v r <i. For <>v«r fcqQiitOr
'f a tent 1117 olpri^nt-practice t he ingreilit-Mt«iu tin bu
Life-Giving puis
Hnv hen uweil with the preitfiRt nnneont, Thfir
miKBiin ii ii t on y to i rmvnt < ii"**". but tn mre
Theyt-eTch ou th- viiHmn nmUdtei hy .\hich tha
imtiont II viifering, ni.il M*lnrtgDtfttea Ve niUn:
mum, T th-' h:«"| %nA Infirm a lew iloms oftbeso
vuluuble 1'ILUS willirova to bo
A YtRY FODNTAIN OF YOUTH,
Pnr In every eau  f'ej n<M new life and vitality, and
'entnye tlie W^ntng i'i„nile. to their irlilim il.ii.e. T,
the ii'imir anl mi ill ■ , p,-,i they nill prava mo»t in
valut-ie, a. a nu y, ipeeidc ana •tarlloS mfdlolne.
'erei^a ilr.'ain   n-i,lizi-il. that 1* 'iiuo.d«--l.i-on   Riiu^lk-
fnr linen   Iniiiilrud  yean a^ti. nii'l  Dtvar f i.ml.    He
looked l'ur a  1 iir.iam  tliat  wnuld rvsloto tlie old t"
'. .."r an.l ji..il." > uutli ever
All Eternal Spring !
It n-n§ left Tnr Hi iJ Sly and lionr tn realiM the ilrcnm
and ihow in olieKlenoua fact tlie inayle thai inadi
il fair.
THESE  FAMOUS   REMEDIES
Cannot it»V iht IliRht of yeam, but tboy can force back,
nil' bold aloof, dUBMm hut rnirbt in mph ov«r tttt
ng 'l and the young. Let i»«ne h«§(Ut« then, bu-
BfiX'i the favorable opportunity that oftort. When takei
ib piutciibcd—
For Billious Disorders
NntlihtL'can bo more prodnottee of cure than these
I'ills.—lit-ir alraoat  nttglo Influence i^ fwlt at o ctj
and the usual eono luitttuts ot thin ni< Bt dintr<-s«iii|4
dimiiBe arn rtniovt-'d. Tboce rtnndicc uru lu.tde irom
tbe jitireBt
TEGETAULE COMPOUNDS.
They will tint harm tho moat delicate female, and
eaibu ni en With S'«Jd ell'ccl in iirwioribed deaea lo
tlie younger babe.
For Cutaneous Disorders
Andall eru-.tl'inaot  Hie ikin, >hn IALVX1,  i I in
valu.il.la.   It dnci n t heal < xleinally alnn^,  but po	
t*aie« with tho uiotl a.arching elt'.cia lo the  vorv luol
•ot.haevU.
DR. MAGGIEL'S PILLS
Invariably -cure thc following Diseases :
Aithma,
ilwwv] Complaints,
Oonghs.
Cold*,
(Jllt'St Ili-l'ilKl'H,
UMtiveneas,
Djfpt-psta,'
Diarrhea,
Dropsy,
Docility,
i'fvcr and Agi %
ienmle flora plaint*,
iieatlache,
Indiir-'Btlon,
lnllnei zt,
Inflanmatfon,
Inward Wta!cne»F,
l^i't-r Unmjilaint,
Lowi,fiss of Spirit!,
ithtjrworm,
Klieuinat>nm,
bait i>bciimt
Scald*,
Skin Diseases,
jfS* NOWCR.—Vonegenrine without the engraved
trade-m;trk nro<md 0«ch pot or box, pinned b\ DR. J,
MAtiOlhl,, 43 Fulion etrcet; Nsft* lork, lu coiinlnrfe.t
which is lelony,
OsT Sold  by nil  rfepectnble Dfalnrs in  Medtotnei
throwirl t ths United Statva and Camta-at 'lit o*n\\n
per box or pot,
A. G. Langley & Co.,
Agents tor Vancouver Island and British
Columbia.'
jy 2
GliOCERS,
Provision, Wine <t Biaril Uercliant*.
BAKERS & CONFECTIONERS,
1-OltT hT., VIOTOBU, V. I.
BfllPPINO" B0PPLIBD.
Chains and Anchors.
TWENTY  TONS  CHAIN
Short Linked and proved from \ to \
AMI
ANCHORS,
From 20 to 800 pounds.
jy a
Kor Suit- by
PBTBB M'QUADB,
Wlmif itrset, Vk-turin.
i)
L.    BETTMAN,
BALBB IN DRY 000D8, QBOCBBIB8.
UOU'l'd ANL) SHOES, &., kc, kc
Olympia, W. T.
au n
PRIVATE   BOARD.
Board   with  Comfortably
Furnished Bed-room,
Six Dollars pet- Week.
YATES   ST.,
Next  Door  to  the   Anglo-
American.       Jy25
CHARLES    BERNARD,
Manufacturer and Dealer in
And SpiccN or all kinds,
No. 707, Sansome street, corner Gold,
Between JaokiOD nml I'ncific.
First Premium awarded by the Mechanics' Institute, for the best Coffee, and Spices.
The proprietor buying introduced Htenm
Power in his Miinulhctoi'y, lia .now increased
fucilities to supply the trnde nnd the public in
generftl. All articles from bis Kstiiblisbnient
are guaranteed to be pine and unadulterated.
The public iire respectlully invited to cull and
convince themselves Country orders promptly
attended to. au 2
BRITISH    PERIODICALS.
The London Quarterly Review (Conservative).
The Edinburgh Review (Whig)
The Westminster Review (Radical)
Tho Korth British Review (Free Church)
— AND—
Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (Tory)
Thn four Roviows republished by Mnatr*. Scott St
Co.. *r* jMwernlly co ifdered at the Rreat Rerlowi,
nml llltrkwnuci \im itch jnilly p1an«*4 In the Burnt*
rink. Win ver dlspemefl Wilh r< RdtDtf pD liRktlons of
t.lii« ctvi, wli. tuviT min in' 'ns e nit ral i uform itinn.
w'il sdo.i ln> iiito-ffilipr iifliintl thetima in which hi*
live."—HHtl in Hh'bi* timt'H a pfrion may noon ttvt ytry
far iioiiin i. Thejr mny bo read and Had led with ni-
vimtii'.'i! by the people of this co intry,   o;' every crectl
nud party*
■ iur- BLAOKWOOJl is Unoinaltr attractivo pt thi-
time to Americanti. not oolyf.r it. snri I arti-los by
dUUngatibed writt-n nl ttoti n, but for Iib nre.unt of
ihe late civil w r now heiog wrltton by C I. Von
Burkfl, ftOe'dimoffleor, chief- ''-.-tuif to (Jen. J. E. I.
tnart, ol thu CoiiliiH-ia.li: nm>.
TERMS   VOli   18CG.
Kor any ono of thu Uevlew f\ per annum
Fur an> two of tin* iWhWR  7 "
For any three of Die lifvicwi 10 «
For all four of Uu* Hnviewn, 12 "
Foa Blaekwond'i Ma«iii:n«*  4 '*
Fur !l!nckwood and one Kevl w  7 «<
For  Bin kwi.oil and any two uf Iho  Re*
vl»Wi 10 u
For I Uckwnnd anil throe of thn Revleffi.JS "
Fur BliCkwotd and the four  EtOvtftttl IS '•
CLUBS.
A rli.miiut iiriio.ii/.i/ jrr rent, will l,0 »-|„wCil to uliilm
et    roiir   or    lii'irr   person*.       Tinu,    f„ur   c men   of
BlMikwcnd, or otone . oview »ill |„. »,.„t t„m*.ad-
ihess i.r«l2S0. rouronpieiof lliofour lteviow» anil
IlUcawood, lur $48, and no on.
POSTAGE.
W'licn tent bv mall, the Postidi to miv onrt of tho
Uniliil t ti'i will lie ut tmcut.-foiir ceiit<a year for
' 111-Kivo.iii," und but riBbt ceuti a year for each of
the KeviowB.
Reriuoed Prices for previous years-
BobMrlbttl mny obtain  ihe   {loprlnta  immeoialely
pnoediog isrO, u« rollinri, viz.:
Blo<*ieeo(lft-on)Biptemi.or. 1814. to December. 1805
fOBIueiTe, al the rale of $2 50 a year.
,JL'"--V?'"' "ril"h rioinJiniiary. 18113, to fleocmber
WW. in.-liiMve ; il.e mnburoh -nd the Westminster it. m
y It. ISM, to Ueceml.cr, I8S-I, inelil.ive, >,i.,| tlie
ioiKion OfiarUrly rol tlio year 18' o, at the rate of SI 50
ft year lor etch or any   ovi»w.
r *%.-2} ,ri'lv ""'"'" >'ct r"m ,in "'"t- Hie four gmiews
tor mod it $4 a set, or al oil for ally onu.
LEONARD   SCOTT   &   CO.,
Publishers, 38   Walker Street, Ar.  Y.
I.. S. & Co., alio publiih the
By HiMiv Ptkiiirn,, „r Edinburgh. ,m,l tl,G ]a.c J. V
N.inio.v, .. Y.lr olleao, J vol* Roya, Oclavo, 1000
pagei, aod nulueioui   Kni,rnuin::i-
Price $7 for the two ■
58 00.
-Of Mail, post  paid,
Mi icellant
Jesse  Cowper,
Wlioli'bule and Retail Dealer in
BOOTS AND SHOES,
LEATHER,
—AXIJ—
SHOE    FINDINGS,
YATES    STREET,
OPPOSITE WELLS, FAIKJO k Cu
At tlie ciM stiitid of Webster k Co., il
prepared   lo  (supply  the want* ol   th*
public iu lii.-i Hue.
The Latest Ctvles
I'i'orivi'il by every arrival from Eiifrliilt'
urul San Kram-iseo. au 'J
Mrs.   Hein
KKKl'S   CONSTANTLY  ON  HAND  TIIK
latUt fasliiuna in
HA ILLINERY,
 AJ —
Prices to  Suit thc Tiiresf
GOVEKNMEiNr    STUKET
Hetwi*»n I'urt nml Iironglilon. i»oi
THE  O.NE  THLNG   WANTED.
HOLLOWAY'S PILLS.
The lllootl.
Tlicsp famous pills nre po composed tlifi
they openite wliolc.comcIy on tlic utoniftcli, th©
liver, the howtls, and other or^rnns; hj- correcting' nny derangetnenti in their ('unctions,
wherehy a oteady supply of pure materials tor
tlm renewal of the lllootl is lurnislietl, and a
constant abstraction ol effete products is ef-
lectod. This perfect circulation thus becomes
the very fountain of health nnd life, and overcomes ull form of disease wherever its situation.
General Uiso i tiers of (lie l.i ver
ami  Mtimitt'li.
All who ever Indulge a* '.able, either in rat*
■ng or drinking, should take abont ten of t':?»-
liimous pilln nt bed time, from which uillreo
suit 11 cleat head and good stomnili the fell iw-
ing morning. Thousands of Ladies are always complaining of sick headaches, want o
appetite, want of energy, and want of strength,
to correct all these evils, three or four ol theso
fills should be taken twice a week, when they
would give the Invalid .no health anil appetiln
of n ploughman.
Females of all .ijres antj Classes
Obstructions of any kind, either in young
or those between forty and fifty.-the most critical peiiod of life--mny he radically remo "-d
by using theso I'ills according to tlie printed
directions which accompany each box. Youiift
persons with sickly and sallow complexions
may have tho bloom of health resiored hy thi?
corrective, wLich purifies the blood nnd expels all gross nnd impure humors from the system. Uewaro thca of the critical 11)50 Iron
forty to fitly, ns it sends many thousands to
premature grave,—these fills"sliould ho takei
tt that period of lite two or three times »
leek
IVant   of Strength anil ;Energy.
fersons of sedentary liabils, or those troubled In mind, working in Factories or Conl
Pita, Who cannot obtain tbat amount of fresh
air and exercise which nature requires, suffer
from weakness and dclility, lowness of spirila
and want of appetite. All such should 'nko »
lose or two ot the30 fills every three or font
days, as ihey act gently and effectually on th*
system and impart vigor and energy to tho
body, which is always followed by a good
nppetite, sound nml refreshing sleep, find 0
high How of spirits.
Tor Ilie (111" of Dropsy,
The cflic-cy of Ilollowny's Pills in Dropsy
is extraordinary. They act with such a peculiar effect upo-i the system, that the fluid?
causing this direful complaint, nre poireptibl
serried off iind prevented from nny furtliai
accumulation. The sufferer regains a buoy-
ancy of spirits nnd rejoices in a completely
renovated constitution. It is indispensably
necessary that the Ointment should ho most
effectually rubbed into thc complaining parta
during the whole course of treatment.
Children antl their Allmentf,
In no country in the world are more children
Carried to an early grave than in Great Eritniu.
Uoughs, Monsles, Scarlatina, Fevers, nnd other
diseases attack the little sufferers, nr"i death,
but too often, follows ut a rapid pace ; yet if
nt the first singe ol these complaints, parents
were to have recourse to Holloway's Pills, nil
danger would be avoided, for the stomach
und bowels would oe gontly but effectually
cleansed bv this miltl aperient; the depraved
nuniors corrected ana tnesecretiona duiy regulated. A perfect cure would roon ho effected, nnd the I'ttle patient restored to soun'1
health.
Holloway' Pi. r are the best known remedy in tht
world f-- the following diseases:
Polil a', the Kstitbllshmsnt or l'rules^r Ihilloway, 241
.-Iralut, (near Temiilc liar.) I. nilon ;   aln" by all respect
'(Mr 11 ;'!■■' ■ :iM-l I' uu-,■.  iii Me icinesthroughout the
civilizcil world, at tlie   tolloWiDft  p:lcn6^-l8. 1^., 6. 94,
la. 6(1., Hi., 22*., un.l 38*. each box.
Amie Female Irregular- Scrnfu'a orKiny s
Asthma lilei Evil
IlilliiiusCoaiplalutf Fuvrr of all kind?.-lore ThxoatB
Fits ^tone anil (Iravo
ItlotalieB    01.   thc 'lout S*conilary Symp-
l-kin Itia-t A alio Inma
Rmvp! complaints    Itiillirci-tion Tic-Do!oreox
t'ollca Jiilliiininatlon fumora
t'nnstipatlon of the .laiiluliea Ulcers
BowaIh Liver Cniiilitainta    Vinicreal     all'eC'
Cniipiiini tiiin Lumbago tinna
DebllUj I'lles Worma   of  a
bropny" Itlieumatlsm klmla
D.vm'iitrv RuLcnliou of Urine Weakneas     from
ErysiiiL'las * wlialevar cause
***   There is   a  considrrablo   lavlug by  taking tlio
rffer airaa,
nireetlatia for the piuidince of patbiita tn ovcry d jor
der are alllxi-il to .-ncli box.
Phi.vteii and Published by McCt.URB k Co.,a*
thc office, Langley Street.

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