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VOL. I.
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TUB
"EVENING TELEGRAPH,"
nai.tsmn
Iverv   Evening at 4   O'clock,
(Saturday and Sunday evenings excepted.)
ALSO SVSKY
iUNDAY    MORNING J
TEH tis OF si list itii'it nv i
I er Ainiiitr, in advunce, by mail, J10 00
tor six months,     6 00
Per W-ek, payable to Carrier,        25
r_flfl- Copies,        ]0
For tonus of Advertisement apply at the
Office. Langley  Street
WH and Humor.
Things not K-nenilly known—That the
natural element oC anchovies in oil. That
a Im i flier's shop in Pans is sometimes
railed nn Hotel de Veal. The amount of
champagne drunk bv hireling waiters at
an evening party. Where one's pocket
handkerchiefs go to. What becomes of
the stamps received as change in lieu of
coppers. The ultimate destination of
pins, needles, and cla-tic bands. Of
" things not generally known," tbe best
example would be "The Lancers.''
Gorman Dietary Intelligence—Vn important telegram from Stuttgardt announces that, " Herr von Wicderhold,
tho Minister of War, has resigned. He
is succeeded by General Hardegg.'' Let
us hope that the noble army of Wurtein-
berg will find itself able lo support Hard-
egg's yoke.
PUNCH'S   ADVICE  TO  AUSTRIA.
Would Austria but Venetia yiold,
She'd gain a friend to back her ;
Then Prussia, single iu the field,
Would never dare attack her.
_      What enn't bo kept long, Kaiser, cede
To Italy tho sunny.
Then lake in Germany the lead ;
What's cnlled the "hegemony."
For the half hour before dinner—If
you wanted to draw an Homeric picture
of an old bird, in what character would
be be best represented ? As a bird's
Nestor.
Why should a four-decker, pierced for
only a couple of cannon on each side, be
built with ten angles? l'Scaiiuso it's a
deck-a gun.
When the Princess Mary is married,
what institution in London should be
under her especial patronage ? Tho Royal Polly-Teck nic.
Mathematical Questions—What sort of
a figure does Mary cut when she has left
the room 1   A polly-gone.
How can you describe the cordage of a
vessel, which has run ashore and broken
up?   By a wreck-tangle.
The Carlton Club.—The " Carlton
t 'lull " is the great political workshop of
the Conservative party, where all the
luetics by which a Whig administration is
upset, or a Conservative administration
is uprois<d, are planned aud decided
upon. Members of both Houses—men,
almost without exception, of the highest
position and fortune, who are pre-eminently
the representatives of the aristocracy of
Ei gland—assemble here. In times of
high political strife, the earnestness of
their political fuilh is shown iu the large
sums of money subscribed by the members
to carry on an election or otherwise to
maintain their influence in ihe political
world. As much as £40,000 to £50,000
have been collected from these " gentlemen of Eugland '' on particular occasions;
and we have heard that, at the crisis of
some greut strugglo, as much as half-a-
million was forthcoming.—From Cassell's
Family Paper.
Municipal
lt.v-l.aw to Regulate tbe Sanitary Condition ol tbe City.
BY-LAW.
We, the Mayor and Councillors in Council
convened, by virtue of the power and authority
vested in us by Au Act to Incorporate the
City of Victoria, passed tho second day of
August, -i.D. 1862, in the Twenty-sixth year
of the reign of Her Most Gracious Majesty
Queen Victoria, entttuled, " The Victoria Incorporation Act, 1862," hereby enact as follows :—
I. No petBon or persons occupying any Messuage, Shop, Building or other Erection, or
any Lund or o her Premises within the city,
or if there shall be no occupier thereof, no
owner or owners of any Messuage, Shop,
Building or other Erection, or any Land or
other Premises within the City, shall have Or
permit or suffer to be in or on his, her or their
Messuage, Shop, Building or Erection, or any
Land or other Premises as aforesaid, any
ditch, gutter, drain, privy or ash-pit emitting
VICTORIA,   VANCOUVER   ISLAND,   M0M)AY   EVENING.  JULY   23,   1866.
NO. 18.
noxious or oli'.n-ive diluvium or suiill, or
constructed so as lo be a nuisance tu or injurious to the health of any person or persons,
or any swine kept so as to he u nirlsttnc.* or
offensive by reason of the stench thereof, or
any dung, immure, MfusS, oll'al, ethos, filth,
or other mutter or thing emitting noxious
or offensive cflluvitiui or smell, or any uniimii,
vegetable or mineral mutter or thing elonc or
together with other mutters or things in _
6tate of fermentation, puttefactiou, decomposition or decay, or emitting noxious or offensive effluvium or siucll, or permit or suffer
any Messuage, Dwelling House, .Shop. Erce-
tion or Buildi'ig whatsoever within the said
City to be in . filthy slate or infected wilhauy
kind of vermin or dirt or emitting noxious or
offensive effluvium or smell ; Provided, however, that no per or. or persons .bull he Ihhlc
to any penalty for tho infraction of thin Bylaw until he, sho or they shall have r* i lived
notice from the Mayor nnd Council in n nner
hereinafter mentioned, und until he, she or
they shall hnvc neglected by the spnee or lime
theioiu mentioned to abate or remove Ihe offensive matter or thing noticed in such notice
and therein complained of, or to do the act,
matter or thin/ required of him, her or them
by such notice within the space of time limited
by such notice.
And whereas it is expedient for the good
government of the City that a Sanitary Commission be appointed, und to enable such Commission to inspect, order the removal and report all nuisances within tho jaid City o
Victoria;
Therefore be il enacted by the Mayor and
Councillors of the City of Victoria, with tin-
consent of His Excellency th» tiovernor on
Her Majesty's behalf:
II. From and after Ihe passage of Ibis Bylaw the Mayor and City Councillors may from
tinio to time nominate three member- of the
City Council to act as a .Sanitary Commission
for Ihe purpose of inspecting, ordering the
removal and reporting all nuisances and other
matters, tho continuance of which may be
deleterious to the public health.
III. The Commission shall perform their
services gratuitously.
IV. The Commission shall have power to
entrr any Messuage, Dwelling House, Shop,
Building or other Erection or Lund or other
premises within the Oity, and whether or not
the same be occupied or the curtilage of any
of the same, and inspect the condition of the
samo between the hours of eight in the moru-
ing und eight in the evening.
V. No person or persons shall permit, after
due notice in that behalf given, any animal
or vegetable matter in a d> composed or
putrifying condition to remain on thepremiscB
occupied or owned by him or them.
VI. The Commission on behalf of the Mayor
and Council niny notify any person or persons
on or occupying any messuage, dwelling
bouse, shop, building, or other erection, or
the curtilage of any of the same or other land
or premises within the city, or if the same be
unoccupied, then the owner of any such messuage, dwelling house, shop, buiding or other
erection, or tbe curtilage of any of the same or
other land or premises within the city on
which any matter or thing may be done, permitted, or suffered, conlrary to the intention
of this by-law (according to the form of
schedule A annexed) to remove such nuisance as before mentioned, or to close up, purify, cover, or dense any well, cesspool,
drain, privy, ditch, or gutter, or otherwise to
abate or remove the matter or thing noticed in
such n.tice as in their judgment shall seem
meet by giving noiice in writing, (.is per
schedule aforesaid) signed by two or more of
the Commission on behalf of tbe Mayor and
Council, specifying the act to be 'lone and the
time in which the same is. required to be done,
such notice may be given to the occupier or
owner of such messuage, dwelling house,
shop, building, or other erection, or the curtilage of any of the same or of the land or
premises in tbo city, or by leaving the same
at his, her, or their lust known place of
abode, or by fixing the same or ii copy thereof
ou some conspicuous part of the premises.
VII. In tbe event ol any Hessasge, tjhop,
Building or other erection, or any Und or other premises within the City being unoccupied
and tbe owner or owners thereof neglecting or
refusing to abate or rctnoie any mutter, or
thing done, permitted or suffered, contrary to
tbe requirements of this Bye-Law, cither absolutely or in the toruis of any such notice us
atoresaid, duly served as aforesaid, within the
time in that behalf specified, it shall lie lawful
for two or more of the Commission, on hshalt
of the Mayor and Council, or their serva-its or
agents in that behalf, tn do ihe net or acts, j
matters or things, icquired to bo done or performed by such netico at the costs and charges
of the owner oi owners of stub Messuage,
Shop, Buildingorolhererection or any land or
other premises, tho said costs ami charges
to be recoverable by action as work nnd lal.or
done and money paid by them for ihe use of
such owner or owners as if done nt his, her or
tbeir actual request, or in such other form as is
proper in law.
SCHEDULE A.
To the Owner
NOTICE is  hereby given that you are required within days from tho date hereof to                        , and in default of so doing
you will be proceeded  against under the provisions of tho Municipal ByesLaw to regulate
theeanit&rv condition of the City, 18(16.
LDMLEY FRANKLIN,
Mayor of the City of Victoria.
This tenth day of July, 1366.
Wi-Lim Leioh,  Down Clerk.       jy 19-7t
WILLIAM   LYONd,
Commission     Agent,
On the Corner of
Wharf and .Tohnson Streets.
Jy3-lm
New Advertisements.
The "Grotto,"
OPPOSITE THE TELEGRAPH OFFICE.
For a glass of choice liquor go  to tbe
" Grotto,"
There  " non* bct the but " yoo  will
find is tbe motto.
Mint Juleps, Sherry Cobblers—eferythinn
cooling ;
Come yo that do thirst, you will find its,
no fooling,
.     hi
THi;
Ml..r':llil!l< OIIS.
EVENING TELEGRAPH
SAN FRAKC1.C0 CIGAR STORE.
*&* If you Want the Finest fM
HAVANA  CIGAR
ON   THE   PACIFIC   COAST,
OiLL OH
Augustus   F.   Keyser,
Government  street,  adjoining   the San
Francisco Baths.
A   FINE   HEW STOCK  JUST  EECEIVED.
, _jyj
EX  FIDELITER
A Choice Lot of Bacon
•Jtamt   Arrived.
For Sale by
iy a
P.   Gilligan,
STOKE STREET.
EXPRESS LINE STAGES.
T
T<HE   COACHES   OF   THIS   LINE   W IX
now run  regularly, leaving   Yale,   11. C
rTfon-dart.,
Wedac-days,
And Fridays,
AT 7, A. II.,
FOR    SAVANA'8     FEKKY
(Hip Rend Route), until the completion of Ihe
road, when tbey will go to Savana's Ferry.
The Coach for Cariboo wiU leave Yale on
Monday.
jy 2 F. J. BARN.RD.
J. P. DAVIES & CO.,
AllTIIIM'.F.HS A   CO-TMIstmoM   MKIt
CHANTS.     hulrsroum,     Fireproof    Stone
tlulltllisg, Wharf _tr__., Bear Yates.
Cash    Advantet    on    Merchandit*   for
Sale, -m jy 2
JUST  RECEIVED
\nntirnl llmanars far IBM,
DUtrlrhscn fe. Ilanu.'§ itoyal do., do.,
I.ate Admiralty feast Charts,
Whatman'! Drawing Paper,
Endless and Sounfed Drawing do.,
Prim) 'i Metallic TI._oori_ndu._n,
Tl.ilhi nintif al Imtnusents,
Copying Presses
Brls
Blotting Paper,
Perforated Board
Tlsme and Wrapping Paper*,
Writ In;' llesks and Folios,
trtlst's late rials,
Photographic H_ir___n,
General stationery, Staple and Faa-ty.
hi
■nisei k msmu,.
ItfERCHANTlil'
Mutual Marine
INSURANCE COMPANY
OF SAN FRANCISCO.
OF.ICE.—N.B: Cor. Front * California Sts
Capital, #500,090.
A REBATE -"ROM RATES OF PREMIUM
charged, will hereafter be made by this
company, as large aa allowed by any reipoa-
_ible Company or Agency doing business In
this City.
Tbis Cni_r»n_  ii tm-jed F.i_1usIt«1.   n
.Marine Insurance.
WAR _t_8l_S TAKEN.
Al  losses paid promptly in  Cnifcd States
Uojd Coin.
UMISP.FUXT,
j/ a Free-deal.
CENTRAL
Job   Printing
c
KSTAH1,ISII.I..\I
Langley Street, Victoria,
The  Printing  Office
or THE
EVENING     I
TELEGRAPH
Office is replete with every appliance
and variety of Material for tbe
Execution of
LETTER PRESS   PRINTING!
Io all its branches, whether
Flain or Ornamental
CHARLES    BERNARD,
Manufacturer and Dealer in
-AWL. [HARMS COFFEE.
And iSplceN of all kind*.
No. 707, Sansome street, corner Gold,
Between Jackson and Pacific.
First Premium awarded by the  Mechanic*' Institute, for tht best Coffee and Spices.
Tiic proprietor having introduced Steam
Power in hi. Manufnctn-y, Im now increased
facilities to supply the trade and the pnblic in
general, All tiri*-*.-.- Irom his Establishment
are guaranteed to be pu'eund unadulterated.
The public are respectlnl'y invited to call and
convince themselves Country orders promptly
attended to. jy 2
X
'sewing machines,
i-V.   iao    Jr
M-ss    -Tli. Sinsrr M.lu. i. tl*. onlv Mn.hin* Hunt! -w .11 -,__■ „r*_4_ villi sit Kind, of-mad.
&sr ?ft.ooo-®a
MACHINES   SOLD  IM TWO YEARS
The almost incredible increase in the ' \
tin Singer .>i:icliin*' during the past two years
ii owing tu the popularity of the LETTKR A
TF.AN8VER8B SHUTTM Family Machine,
which was introduced in 1600. since which
time it I.as earned and established a reputation for fatally OSes equal to the celebrated
manutactiiring mnchioes ol this Firm, which
are generally acknowledged, even by dealeis
in nti.er Sewing Machines, to be unequalled
for sue!, purposes.
&tf~ NO O'l'HKP. Family Sewing Machine
hii*< such perfect untl improved appliances for
Unfiling, llcnimir.., Binding, Felling, Tucking,
Gathering, <li r-irg, Briiiiliu , * or ng, Q II-
ing, e'e,
Br._f* AH persons requiring nforinattOB
abou1 onrScwing ttacl ..._.tlieir . izes, Prices,
Worki
ig * apacitie.^,
nnd   the best  method of
purchasing, can oblain i  by Bending for a copy
of the
SI.NGEP.   MANTFACTITUTN-G    COMPANY S
I__-8T„AT_D r*AMI'H_ET,
Which is entirely devoted   to the  subject     It
will be sent grans, wilh specimens of work.
Local Agents wanted in every Town.
WK.LIAM BRODR1CK
General Agent tor the Sing.r Manf g Co.
 hi_
General Mews Agent
J. Stratnian.
EMPIRE NEWS DEPOT
Cor. Washington &. Sansome sif.
San Pi-ancisct).
mHB AOV   EtTISBR'ii   prepared  to  supply
i      wiih punctuality and celerity the annexed
newspapers and periodicals upon the following
SMt  speedy   beeution of orders as  Is P 'An 0nkr_, to receive immediate alter-
consistent with   correct and   elegant V, ork.    linn| must be accl^p„uit.d oy (.nsh remitta,,c,.,
<n*l"1,'P• ■ Vnd I,milled in previous to the  -th,   l.th, and
i 34th of each month.
'Pin:   OFFICE   AIMS   I
Orders received for Priniinpr
Books,
Business Cards,
Pamphlets
Invoiceg,
Catalogues
Bill Heads,
Sermons,
Trade Forms,
Reports
Rentals,
Circulars, (Pluin   or
Coloured,)
Leases,
Hand   Bills. (Plain or
Law Forms of
erery
Coloured,)
description,
For Prices,   apply   at the  Office.
Langley street,
_R_B_B-_CO'V-A.IJ.
TF. SWANWICK ft CO. HAVE RE-
• moved to Wharf street, opposite the
Auction Rooms of J. P. Daviei ft Co., where
tbey will conduct a General Commission
business, in connection With the
Shipping: Oflice.  as   beretororr.
ISLiND AND OTHER PRODOO
Will be regularly received, and
O   N       SALE!
At their store. jy!!
London Pnilv TimM $14 Oil
T!.c liclil  HUH
'•      lllii'lral-rl Times  7 00
Weektf-ll >       7 00
Bell - Life in Lumloii 14 00
We**U\ l)is|«-ti 14 0C
**       III. N>«<-ult. e Weill!  110(1
Public Opiiiien ,  7 60
PndM [Free trade) 1-1 no
Hi.   Spo*tin.  New , 8 00
*'       g|*eelst*r /... 14 00
*.     Bfiew  1400
"      Sit in.l;i v i*.tvi**w 14 00
P_.ll-. njlira 1-oc.
l.ili.l.,.i Illu IrsLxl News 14 O0
aii.il".: Honihl; 301
W-ek<..'"'     mains 800
rr_rp i'< Msimziiw 3 00
. ixpeunv Mi-.' M 3 on
Knlekeri.i*ck*T    X ."
PmdScN .1.1 l.v ••••-..,  30.
UodeyVUSrw Hot'"...-.   si>0
Martial Hnsi 3 00
C.iRtin'i'ia. Mn-'nrine  3 lid
Hadim. i .-i.nnst's     "til111. 3 Uu
K. l.»'Sl'e*s new Ksniily Magmiue  3 CO
Cliimliers* Edtnbargh   tnirnal 4 00
llonlblj   |Mi|'_ni, lince _   Week 5 00
• ' '•       All tlie Year Round 600
TMskTtty's Cor.liill Mu.niiue (iOC
_oaSon ..surer 6 oo
S. A   gala's Temple Bar 6 00
Loudon -Ogitty MMiiaiiu,- , Sod
... Jame*. \la_aiine 6 00
BdlhMrtB Review 10 00
-_n*_9-  Hsrvlnr 10 00
;\ot il. IiritishReview 10 00
sfKtniillsUt R."iew 10 00
I on.l'.n Art  -*-r_*l 12 00
Minimtis   _m*ilir.r Maj 10 00
Cheap and Easy Washing.
THE   EXPEDITION,    EASE,   AND ECONOMY   with   which the '• Family WaBh
I may be accomplished, by using
HV.ti Kit   TWELVETBBES'
eisYCBRIKE   SOA3? ffQW©KK.
is trnly surpri.fin;. 1    Scarcely «ny rubbing
required,  and a little chiiu may use it.
Sold by all Storekeepers in Penny Packets,
aBd wholesale bv Harper Twelvetrees' Brc'._-
ley-by-Bow, London. Wholesale Agents lor
Vancouver Island,
8. JANTON,G*RBE_r, ft RHODES.
jy i (BbtninQ   $,th$xn$§,
H.
MONDAY EVENING, JULY 23, 1866.
THE  WANT  OF   CO.YFIOEIVt E
VOTE.
It is a difficult thing to be patient
under injury. We know, indeed, no
greater evidence of power tban the suppression of those retaliatory or revengeful
feelings whic(> arise in the breasts of even
the best of men against wrong. We
speak not of that slavish deference and
submission which the craven and tin
hypocritical pay invariably to power, aud
rbich enables them to fawn and lick tbe
band that smites tbem ; but tbat dignified
attitude wbich yields not to arrogance or
to force, but without resenting insult witb
Insult or injury with injury, persists in the
course it deems right. We do not claim
for the House of Assembly all tbe patience
of Job or a'l the fortitude of the victims
of Suttee, but we believe its course tbe
preseut and last sessions bas been characterised by tbe most marked forbearance
towards Executive arrogance. In no other
British colony would the peoplo's representative, bave borne so patiently with
the determined hostility of the officials and
the Governor,—in no other would they
bave submitted so quietly to the antagonism of the official Upper House, by
which the labors of tbe popular branch or
tbe Legislatnre have been lost, and the
country injured beyond calculation ; aod
yet the Assembly felt as indignant, as any
body of men conld—they felt, as they
were snubbed time and again by tbe
Governor, and their bills thrown persistently out by his officials and nominees
of the Legislative Council, tbat they were
submitting beyond ordinary endurance;
but they still submitted, iu the hope tbat
the Governor and his advisers wouid
see the error of their way. The
hope was in vain, aud now,
after a two sessions' trial, tbe
Assembly iu absolute self-defence is
obliged to assume the aggressive. To-day
a vote of want of confidence in both His
Excellency aud his advisers was introduced and carried. Tbe following is a
brief summary of the debate:—
After the reply was read through, Dr.
Helmcken brought forward a resolution
as a sequel, expressing tbe desire of the
House tbat His Excellency should endeavor to obtain, while the union question
is still pending, a constitution for the
united colonies by which the Executive
wonld be made responsible to the people.
Mr. McClnre said that such a finish to tbe
reply would be exceedingly faulty, inasmuch as the reply implied a want of con
fidenco in His Excellency, whereas the
resolution, by requesting the Governor to
use his influence to remedy tbe present
state of things, expressed confidence in
his administration. He thought, when
the House found that His Excellency had
been laboring to place it in an invidious
position io the eyes of the Imperial authorities—when it found that His Excellency had through his official mouthpieces in tbe Council shown a desire to
obstruct tbe House in its efforts to benefit the country, it was the duty of the
House to Her Majesty's Government, as
well as to tbe colony, to express its want
of confidence in the Governor, and l'e
therefore brought forward the following
resolutions to that effect:
The House is reluctantly compelled, after
much patient forbearance, to declare that His
Excellency Governor Kennedy is acting in a
hostile manner to the best "interests of the
country ;
That he has and does persistently decline to
impart to the Assembly necessary and desired
information on mutters connected with tbe
public departments, and with tho expenditure
of the public money ;
That he refuses to permit public officers to
appear before a Select Committee of the
House to give evidence as to the working and
management of their departments ;
That be obstructs the efforts of tho House
to reduce the expenses of Government, wbich
are far beyond the capacity of the inhabitants
to bear.
And that he endeavors, by unjustilia ble state
ments.to place the Assembly in a false and
undignified position before Her Majesty's
Government. '
In view of these facts the House cannot in
justice to tho colony, to Imperial interests
and to itself, refrain from expressing its utter
want cf confidence in His Excellency and his
official advisers, and the absolute necessity
there is for their removal, believing that so
long as the present administration lasts, the
colony will continue to suffer the gradual
exodus of its population, and Imperial interests will continue to be affected in an injurious
manner by the prejudice which the present
Government has created against British institutions on the North Pacific.
Dr. Helmcken said the resolutions were
irrelevant, had, in fact, no connection with
the reply, which did not make any charges
against the Governor, but merely defended
tbe House against His Excellency.' The
great fault was tbe constitution of the
colony, by which His Excellency was en»
abled to do what bad been done. Tbis
brooght oot Mr. Young, wbo declared
tbat medical gentlemen at least sbonld
know that a weak constitution might, by
good caro, be kept together, but no constitution could sustain the 90,000 boluses
or drafts, exchequer or otherwise, (laughter) _thic_ His Excellency endeavored to
force down tbe throats of the population.
Mr. Young fully agreed with the resolution, and went at some length into the
career of His Excellency to show that the
Assembly could have no confidence in him
as Governor. After some further discussion the want of confidence amendment
was put against Dr. Helmcken's resolution and was carried by the following
vote :—
Ayes—Ash, Young, Dickson, Cunningham,
Carswell, DeCosmos, Jl'Cluro 17)
Noes—Helmcken, Powell, Cochrane, Pid-
well, Stamp, (5).
The resolution was then taken up clause
by clause, and carried, Dr. Helmcken and
Mr. Pidwcll being the only dissentients.
The Keply, as a whole, was then carried
without opposition, and the House ad.
journed till Wednesday, at one p. m.
___,--
New Advertisements.
Chains and Anchors.
TWENTY TONS CHAIN
Short Linked and proved from £ to I
ANOHOES,
From ao to 800 pounds.
For Sale by
PETER M'QtTADB,
jy 23 Wharf street, Victoria.
New Advertisements.
A  Card.
For  New Westminster  Direct.
THE   STEAMER
A3L.E .XIA-IST JD IRA,
CAPT. J. SWANSON,
Will sail for New Westminster Direct on
Thursday,  at  10  A. M.
jy23
TO   LET.
TnE BRIOK STORE, CORNER OF FORT
and Wharf street, TO LET.
Inqniroof     THOMAS GOLDEN,
jy 22 Fort street.
FOTJJSTID,
YESTERDAY ON GOVERNMENT ST.,
A SMALL CROSS, apparently from a
lady's necklace. The owner may recover it
by paying for this advertisement and applying
to A. F, KEVSKK,
jy 22 San Francisco Cigar Store.
Sea Baths» Sea Baths' •'
25 cents.        25 cents.
THE UNDERSIGNED   BEOS LEAVE TO
inform the public that he has established
a first-class
Salt-Water    Bath.Hou.se,
Moored just above Douglas Foundry.
N. B.—Bnthers taken to the Bath-house free
of charge, by boats from the foot of Johnson
street.
Between the hours of 1 nnd . p.m. the
Bath-house will be open for ladies only.
jy 18 .ion \   REIO.
Chroniclo copy
3NTOTIOE,
MARTIN  BROS.,
IMPORTERS  OF
Groceries and Provisions,
FIBEPROOF BUILDING,
lately occupied by l'hotelier k co,
"vtth:as.f    street.
jyG
Jesse  Cowper,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
BOOTS AND SHOES,
LEATHER,
—AND—
SHOE    FINDINGS,
"STATES    STREET,
OPPOSITE WETuLS, FARGO & Co.
At the old stand of Webster & Co., i.
prepared  to  supply the wants of the
pnblic io his line.
The latest Stvles
Received 'oy every arrival' from Englanr
and San Francisco. y-a
To the  Volunteer  Eifle Corps
Mi: AUD MRS. LCSCU BEG TO INVITE
Capt. Lang and the officers and men of
the Volnuteer Ritle Corps to Free Lunch, at
the Park Hotel, everyday between 11 and 3
O'clock, and between :• and 11 p. ro , during
their stuv in . amj. at lleiicon Mill.
Park Hotel, July lf», 18«6* h19
NOTICE
—o/—
CO-PARTNERSHIP.
BUNSTER
HAS THIS DAY
ENTERED INTO
Partnership
WITH ALL LOVERS OF
GOOD   ALE!
jy 17-Im
J.  NAGLC,
Shipping M. ster and Commission
Agent-
__£__
CREW.S SUPPLIED AT THE SHORTEST
Notice—Goods entered and cleared at
the Custom House; Manifests, Charter Parties,
nnd Hi Is of Sale made out. Vessels bought
or sold,
jBfcgr  Several  small Vessels  for   sale   or
charter.
Omci—Bastion   street,   near   the  Police
Barracks. jyl 7
For San Francisco Direct
■THE NEW AND FAST SAILING SCHOON-
A    er
To sail on or about tbe first of August.
For Freight or Passage, apply to
E. H. MARVIN,
jyl3 Wharf street.
In the Supreme Court of Civil Justice
Vancouver Island.
THE BAHKRTJPTCY ACT, 1831*
J RICHARD WOODS, BEING THE CHIEF
f Registrar of tho said Court, do hereby
certify that on the sixteenth day of July, instant, a certain deed or Instrument bearing
date the 2Bth day of Juno last (18G*1) and
made and executed by and between George
Jay, James Chestney Bales nnd David Browne,
Copartners therein described, trading under
the style or firm of JAY k COMPANY of the
one part and Thomas Lowe therein described,
trustee for himself nnd the rost of the creditors of the said George Jay, James Chestney
Bales, and David Browne of tho other part,
being a deed or instrument purporting to convey all the copartnership estate and effects of
the said Georgo Jay, James Chestney Bales,
and David Browne to be applied for the benefit of the creditors of them the said George
Jay, James Chestney Bales, and David
Browne as if Ihey had been from the date
thereof duly adjudged Bankrupt, was on the
said sixteenth day of July and at tho hour of
10:30 in the forenoon of such day brought
into my offico for registration, and was duly
registered pursuant to the provisions of tho
Bankruptcy Act, 1801.
Given under my hand nnd Seal of tho Supreme Court of Civil Justice at James Bay,
Victoria, V. I., this sixteenth day of July, A.
D., 1.6..
RICHARD WOODS,
Chief .Registrar.
Robert Bishop, Solicitor,
Langley street, Victoria. jylC
REMOVAL!
The Business of
THOMAS WILSON k Ci.
Re-commenced    on
MONDAY,    JUNE    19th
In their New and Commodious Store in
MASOISTIC     TI.Jk.XjJJ,
GOVERNMENT     STREET,
(Opposito tbe Bunk of British Columbia,)
WITH   THEIR   USUAL
WELL - ASSORTED    STOCK,
INCLUDING
Goods received by last steamer,and conipiisin;' Silks. Shawls, Printed
Cambrics and Dress Materials of every description;   Long
Cloths, Sheetings and Quilts;   Velvets, Tweeds,
Lace Curtains, Damasks, Heps, Chintzes,
Gents', Ladies' and Children's
Hosiery and Gloves;
Trimmings, _.c. jy 3
BEE HIFE HOTEL,
FORT   STREET,
YICTOBIA,    "V-   I.
NOTIOE.
In the Supreme Court of Civil Justice
Vancouver Island.
IN   BANKRTJPTOY,
In re Jay k Co.
4 LI, PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS ON THE
-X above Estate arc requested forthwith to
send in the same to Mr. James Chestney Bales,
Seedsman, at the Nursery of Jay* Co,, Victoria ; and all persons Indebted to the said
folate aro desired forthwith to pay the amount
of their respective debts lo tho said James
Chesiney Bales, whom the Trustee has authorised to receive the same on account of the
said Estate.
ROBERT BISHOP, Solicitor,
Langley Street, Victoria.
Dated 16th Jnly, 1866. jyiG
RED LION HOTEL,
GOVERNMENT STREET.
■THS  ABOVE-NAMED   HOTEL  HAVING
JL been opened by
JOB     E31_>-E_lSr9
He will be happy to meet bis friends on all
occasions, a.i   will furnish them with
tbe best of
Winee, Liquors, Ale, Porter, &c.
and Cigars*
BOARD AND LODGING PKR DAY, $1.
tSF" Bagatelle and Skittles.
Call and see the establishment.    JOE pre-
sides Md keeps order. jy 10
jsnhnml
EDWARD   R.   THOMAS
I
Proprietor.
"ALWAYS
jy2
ON   HAND."
LONDON    HOUSE.
May 30th, 1866.
Our Importations for tbo present season are now
complete by arrivals per EXPRESS tbis morning,
and tho extensive shipments now landing from the
EASTERN CHIEF
Our DRESS,.MANTLE, SILK, SHAWL, MILLINERY, LACE, HOSIERY, DRAPERY, FANCY
and UPHOLSTERY departments aro now replete
with tho newest and choicest goods. Either Wholesale or Retail customers will find this the best stock
we have yet offered.
jy 2
LONDON FIRM,
J. P. Tunstall Oo.
VICTORIA, T. I.,
J. H. Turner & Co.
For Sale Ex Camden,
HoRlett.fr, Boeker, and Angostnra^Bltters,
Oregon Cider In bbls. and eases,
Claret In casks, half-casks and cases,
Santi* rnc and California While Wine,
French Alcohol 90 O.P.,
Eng. Cllqaot, -Innun and Bollenger Champagne,
And In store a line assordm nt      Brandy
and Liquors soluble for (B i Trades
s&~ Depot of Havana Cigars.
EUGENE THOMAS,
jys
Tates street.
THEATRE
Photographic Gallery
(UP STAIRS).
'THIS GALLERY, LONG AND FAVOR-
1 nbly known to Victorians and strangers,
has facilities in the way of light, materials,
Ac, and the experience of the proprietor enables him to furnish Cartes de Visite, Ambro-
types, and photographic work of superior
nnish unequalled by any other house in town,
and at as low prices as other establishments charge for common and inferior
pictures—in fact at prices to suit the times.
Cartes de Visite, - • $5 per Doz-
Out door work attended to at short notice,
and on the most reasonable terms.
GEORGE   ROBINSON,
h 8 Propria I $btnhiQ   &.el.cgrapjr.
MONDAY EVENING, JULY 23, 1860.
COMMERCIAL.
MIII'I'IM.   IVI'KI*I.1U_:)I I'..
POHTOK VJCTOfllA, VANCOUVKR   ISLAND.
EHTiaEO.
July 21—Sir Emily   Harms,   .'rain,   Nanaimo.
Sip Louisa, Culler, *Saanich.
Sip Ocean Queen, Smith, San Juan.
.Sip Thornton, Warren, liurrard Inlet.
Str Alexandra, Svranson,  New  Westminster.
ri.KAREn.
Surprise,
Spring,   N.   W.
July   23—Sch
Coast,
Str Emily Harris, Train, Nanaimo.
Str Alexandra,  Swanson,   New   Westminster.
Sch Tliorndykc, Thornton, Hun Juan.
I'.oet.-ounii Mails.—The new mnilsteamer
Josie McNesr is expected to arrive from
Olympia to-morrow morning. The Pacific
Tribune, of Saturday, says : " She is a new,
strung, and excellent vessel built last year,
and is us beautiful as she is good. She is
about IU tons burthen and has two first-rate
engines. Her lower deck is admirably ar
ranged for stock, whilst her upper deck has
very superior accommodations for passengers.
After the improvements are completed she
will have 14 elegantly arranged state-rooms,
with a spacious diuing-saloon and a large,
hnndsome ladies' saloon. The promenade
deck aft is a delightful feature of the vessel,
and adds greatly to her beauty as well ns
comfort. Everything about hor is arranged
in the most tasteful and comfortable style, and
having speed as well as safely she will doubtless, under the management of her accommodating and enterprising owners, become a
great favorite with the people of Puget
Sound." The Tribune adds that there is
likely to be very strong opposition, with fares
at travellers' own rates. The fare from Mon-
ticello to Olympia is now $2 instead of lift, formerly.
From Olvmpia—The steamer Diana, Capt.
Tom Wright, arrived yesterday afternoon
from Puget Sound, having been chartered to
convey General Ilalleck and staff to tho various ports along tho Sound. The Diana took
tho party aboard at Fort Steilacoom, and
conveyed them as far as Port Townsond calling in at the porn on the way, and returning
thence to Steilacoom, whence the party took
stage for Portland on Saturday. Per favor of
Mr. Georgo Dickenson of the Diana wc have
the Pacific Tribune of Saturday, from which
we obtain items of news published elsewhere.
Supreme Court—E. B. Earlcs sued Mr. D.
B. Ring in ihe Supreme Court this morning
for $5 75, expenses incurred by plaintiff in
hiring Professor Daly to post bills, and which
he had to pay. Mr, Ring defended, but after
a long and patient bearing the judge ordered
judgment for the plaintiff, stating that defendant was responsible for the debts incurred. In the motion lor a new trial in the case
of Janion, Green k Rhodes vs. Frankel, the
Judge refused to grant the motion.
Cricket Cballenhe.—A telegram was received this afternoon by the Victoria Cricket
Club, from New Westminster, challeging them
to play a match at the latter place tbis week.
The Victoria Club are anxious to accept, but
fear they cannot get up an eleven in time for
Thursday's steamer.
Row on Broad Street. — A half-breed
woman was arrested on Saturday night for
causing a disturbance at a house of ill fame
on Broad street. She gave bail but did not
appear at the Police Court this morning, and
tho ball was ordered to be forfeited.
Con.edkration.—Mr. DeCosmos gave no-
tloe of motion to-day in the House of an address to the colonies east of tho Rocky Mountains in favor of Confederation, so soon as tho
maritimo provinces had entered into the compact.
Hon. A. S. Mercer was married one day
last week to Miss Annie Stevens, one of tho
" Mercer girls." We are afraid this last act
of his will have a tendency to cool his ardor
in tho emigration business.—Pacific Tribune.
For New Westminster.—Tbe steemer
Alexandra will sail on Thursday at 10 a.m.
As soon as the refitting of tho Enterprise is
completed she will resume her usual semi-
weekly trips.
For Co.uimbo.—The ship Eastern Chief,
Captain Fraser, arm ed in the Roads yesterday
afternoon from Port Gamble, laden with
lumber for Coquimbo, Chile. She will sail
in a few days.
Counterfeit  Coin Spurious   half-dollar
pieces, very well executed, ars in circulation
in the city at present. The public should
keep a sharp eyo on their change.
Thb Lincoln—The 0. S.   revenue  cutter
arrived in port to-day.
Towed Ih—The Sir James  Douglas   went
out to tow in the Mohawk this afternoon.
The Not__ti_s in the Silk trade this seaons
are the beantiful Gros de Suez, Gros de
Londres, and Gros de Pekin. A choice lot of
these are for sale at the London House; also
a splendid stock of Black Gros Grains and
Glares, from three-quarters to a yard and a
quarter wide, bought before the advance in
the _ Ik market. *
Removal.—Mr. Hibben requests us to state
that he is now removing his bookstore from
the Id stand, corner of Yates and Langley
street., to the fine aew premises In the Masonic Bui'dings, Government street, where be will
open in a day or two. #
ATROCIOl*.   .Ml Itl>Kit
The inhabitants round th*. easf tnd of Pandora street were horrified this morning to
learn tbat a horrible murder bad boea perpetrated almost at their doors. The ___C0t«r/
was made by Mr. Consul Fram-i.', who was
coming down to the fish market about six
o'clock, when, on stooping down to lift ■ .-lick
to throw at bis dog, who was following him,
he saw close to bim a human arm  protruding ,
from the bushes. A second . I,u„ *• .li*,wed j 8Plr,t of P»t«Otl«m
him a naked body, friglnfully brain d ni. I «l„- | Visit.<l by misfortune,
figured, lying among the brush. Tt*
so shocked him that he was obliged lo stl
down a moment to recover bioiM-f. Ho __•_
went across tho street un<l railed • neighbor,
Mr. George Mason, aud together they proceeded to view the appalling sight. Tli. body
was found perfectly naked, except I lock en
one foot, a scotch cap lying carelessly thrown
on the corpse ; it was still warm find flexible,
as if life bail not long departed, but was
covered with bruises, the head and furi
being terribly disfigured, and the brain protruding behind one ear. Abont ten feet from
tbe corpse was a pool of blood, as if the body
had been luid down thcte first and th.n
carried to tho spot where it was I'miml.
From tbe appearance of the body it seemed
to bave been dragged some distance,
the breast and legs being much scratched u
if by thorns or scrub, and the eyes protruding
as if caused by stricture round the Beck
Mr. Francis at once proceeded to the police
office where he made his statement and * ISco.
.McCarthy was despatched to tbt spot, mid
the body removed to tbe dead-house, .vh.-rc
it now lies.
An inquest wus held on tho body tbif .■t'ler-
nO.D, Mr. Berrin Barnett foreman.
Officer McCarthy testified that owing to information received ho went up to Pandora
street and found the body lying face downward ; it was quite naked, except one sock
nnd a cap; turned the body over nnd found
the face badly bruised ; there was n pooj of
blood about ten feet from the body ; blood
seemed to flow from the car, and the nose and
jaw wero knocked to one side ; the body was
much scratched, ns if by tborni; it was not
cold.
George Mason, sworn.—.Stated that Ibis
morning, before six o'clock, Mr. Francis nailed
him across the street and pointed nut the iiody ;
came down with Mr. Francis and bud the information.
A. */. Welch, sworn.—Knew Ewan well by
sight; recognised tbe cap ; Ewan was in my
hous» at balf-past ten last night; he tVM nol
sober, although not drunk ; be was never
quite sober ; he had very little money ; wore
a heavy gold ring.
Allen Francis, U.S. Consul, sworn—Said he
was coming down town very early this uioin
ing, and when stooping down to lift a stick to
throw at his dog be saw a man's naked arnj.
among some bushes ; on looking again lie
saw a naked body disfigured and bloody ; witness was so horrified he had to sit down to
recover himself; called Mr. Mason ncruss the
street and showed him the body ; saw prints
of naked feet, evidently of Indians, close
round the body; the footprints led towards
some cabins occupied by Indians, about loo
yards from the body ; there had been a
" rumpus " thero between a white man and
some squaws » few days ago ; the body was
warm when I found it.
Janus Wistar, sworn, said deceased, Edwin
Ewan liv.'d with him behind Fort street
bakery ; had not seen him since yesterday
morning; deceased told me that be was to receive $5 or $0 on Saturday night from Mr.
Story.
Tbe jury here adjourned to visit the spot
where the body was found, and afterwards
proceeded to view the body, on which Dr.
Davie was holding n post mortem examination.
The doctor found no external wounds, but on
laying bare the scalp the temporal bono was
found broken in a dozen pieces. The whole
body was much contused and scratched as if
it had been dragged over rough ground.
After viewing the body, the jury was ad-
jonrned till Wedncsdny next, at 1 p.m. The
police have arrested a half-breed on suspicion
of the murder, and he has boon remanded till
tho conclusion of the evidence.
TELEGRAPHIC-
To-day's    Despatches.
SPECIAL TO THE EVE.l.Yll TELEOB1PH.
European.
General Cialdini crossed tho river Po
into Venetia on the 8th at tho head of his
army corps. The assertion of La France
that France has recommeuded Italy not
to attack Vonctia is discredited nt Berlin.
Marshal Benedok appears to be withdrawing towards Brunn followed by both
arm ies.
•All the fortresses on the Elbe between
Pardubitj, and Elbertinitz are held by
Prussians.
Cholera continued to rnge at Stettin
and was rapidly increasing nt Berlin ;
of 148 cases in Berlin on the 8th, 71
proved fatal.
Vienna, July • 10—The Emperor of
Austria has issued a manifesto in which
he says the heavy misfortunes which have
befallen his army of the North have
moved to its inmost core his heart, but
the reliance he had placed npon tho devotion of his people, tho courage of his
army, upon God and his good sacred
rights had not wavered for a single ins
stant. He had addressed himself to tbe
Emperor of the French requesting his
good offices for bringing about an armistice with Italy. Not merely had the
Emperor responded to his demand, but
bad offered to mediate with Prussia for a
suspension of hostilities and for opening
negotiations for peace. The offer has
been accepted, and he announces himself
prepared to make peace on honorable
conditions and to prevent bloodshed, but
he would not make a peace by which tbe
Austrian's position would be shaken ;
sooner than this be wonld carry on the
war to the almost extremity. All the
available troops aro being concentrated
and the gaps in tho ranks filled by cou-
•cription. The volunteers bave been
called to arms by tbe newly awakened
Austria bas been
but she is not
humiliated nor bowed down.
The Paris Prestetiyt tbe following are
tho terms proposed to tbe representatives
of the belligerents :—The German Confederation to be dissolved and another to
be established of which neither Prussia
nor Austria shall form part; no cessions
to bo demanded from Austria; tbe abandonment by tbe latter of her claims in tbe
duchies and placo thereof tbe indemnity
ut first demanded by Prussia ; tbe incorporation of Schleswig Holsfeio, Hesse
Cussul, Ilesso Darmstadt, and Brunswick
with  Prussia.
Tho population of the Prussian kingdom
would llieroby bo raised to twenty-five
millions. The Rhino to constitute tbe
western frontier of Prussia, and the provinces between the Rhine and Magin to
serve as an indemnity to the sovereigns
dispossessed by the war, An exchange
of territory to take place between Baden
and Bavaria, which will give tbe former
nearly tho whole of the Rhenish Palatinates, Saxony, Hanover and Duchies of
Saxony to conclude a military convention
with Prussia. Tho inhabitants of Londen
to choo6c whether they shall belong to
Franco or Baden, The population of the
Vulloy of the Same to choose between
French and Rhenish sovereigns.
Last Night's Despatches.
European.
New York, July 21st—Tbe steamers
Hermann and City of Paris bring foroign
dates to the 12th.
Consols closed on Tuesday noon at 88$.
Five-Tweuties C2C.62..
Cotton sales for three days, including
Wednesday, wero ii,000 bales, closing at
14..
Nothing in breadstuff's or provisions.
No armistice has been agreed on yet,
but negotiations continue, with a report
that Prussia, flushed with victory, had
declined all terms.
Latest advices via Qoeenstowo, are as
follows :
London, July 12—No practical results
are apparent regarding negotiations for
an armistice. The Globe believes tbe
whole continent is on the brink of war.
Prussia continues firm in her demands,
and tho Italian armies are advancing in
spite of French orders. A French iron-
clud was ordered to Venice on the night
of tho llth. Another squadron was ordered to sail, bnt whereabouts is unknown.
It is statod the Prussians are marching on
Frunkfort, Austria evacuating the ground
but leaving the fortresses well garrisoned.
The Moniteur says attempts are being
made for a peaceful settlement.
La France says the Derby Cabinet bas
recommended Italy to accepf mediation.
Prussia does not stay in her victorious
march, making Radowitz her headquarters. Her armies have either taken possession of Prague or will do so. Prince
Charles holds tho railroads to Prague, and
seems likely to march direct on Vienna.
The A ustrians have beaten the Italians
at Borgoforte, on tbe river Po, seven miles
south of Mantua and Monteznlo. The
Italians were ropulsed fivo times at Bor-
goforto.
Eastern \f«».
New Toiik, July 21st—The gtcamer
Arizona bas arrived, with California
dates to the *').th.
Official reports show cholera making
headway through the metropolitan district. 11 liroko out among the troops at
I (art Island yesterday. Nine deaths are
reported, and ten ou Governor's Island.—
There are several eases in the city.
Nkw York, 21st—Five deaths from
cholera occurred iu this city to-day, and
seven in Brooklyn.
The Post's money article says the loan
market is over supplied and rates favor
borrowers.
Chicago, June 21—Governor Cranio, d,
of Kansas, has appointed Major Ross
Senator, vice Jim Lane resigned.
Another 20 mile section of the Pacific
railroad has just been completed, making
145 miles.
It is represented that the Indians on
the plains are massiog for war. As soon
as the corn gets ripe every tribe on the
plains will start on the war path.
New Advertisements.
MAN FOR BOD£E tTOBK,
jy IS
rk Ho'el.
beacon Hill.
J.
SPENCER,
HOUSE ASD SHIP
PLUMBEE,
Gas fitter and Bell-hanger,
Corner  Yates and Government streets
All branches of tbo above   business practically dooe with  BMtOM.  and datpatcb, nt
charges to correspond with the Unw.
 h±_
Mrs.   Hein
KEEPS   CONSTANTLY  OX  IIAXD   Till',
latest fashions iu
:m i il l iist e _r tt.
Prices to Guit the Times,
GOVERNMENT    STR    T
Between Fort and Broughton. jv „
Xew Advertisements.
AERIVAI. OF ANOTHER CARGO FROM
Virginia & Cuba,
VIA 'ASPJNWAlX,
Of the flosl    < rlrl>r;i« <l_Urai,d.
TOBACCO  &   .SEGARS
EVER IMPORTED
Samples can b. hnd nt the " .tDELPH',"
corner Yates and Government streets.
I also carry on Ihe business at my OLD
STAND on JOH.VSOX STREET and WAD-
DINGTON ALLEY.
F. CAJIPBEI...,
jv2 ADELPHI SEGAR STORE.
ICE  CREAM
STRAWBERRIES AND CREAM.
All  the
Delicacies
Season
of  the
A. W. PIPER'S.
GOVER-.ME1VT    STREET,
OPPOSITE THE THE.V.RE.
         Jy»
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The four Reviews r.-publishej _, *.„,„, croT- j,
_■_! nl* .'""."j c""»id"red as  £_. (.real  Reviews,
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Mr. Ziis.v begs to annonnce to the Inhabitants ot Victoria that he baa lately received a
large assortment of Children's Carriages and
Chairs, Fishing Baskets and Fishing Canes,
and a large quantity of Market and Travelling
Baskets, China Vases, Fanr/ Goods and Toys,
»1 of which have to be sold on or before
February next at greatly reduced prices
Goods sold at wholesale for cost prices.    *
The Rifle Bako will play at tha Camp,
Beacon Hill, to-night at half-past ssven, instead of Government Square.
CLUBS.
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Blackwood, for $48, and m on.
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the Berlewa.
Reduced prices for previous years-
nnied lately
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ap il, 1864, to December, 1865, hielailvt, and the
London Quarterly for the y_av lst»6, at tha rate of ftl -.0
ft year for each or any hflVtew,
_S- A  few copies yet remvin nf all Oufour -totes*
for 1865 at $4 a set, or $1 .0 for any one.
I.EO.YMtU   SCOTT   &   CO..
Publishers, 38  Walker Street, A7. T.
L. S. t\ Co., also publish the
F-A__R__v_C-3_R'S Gr-XJII_»_E
ByHr.lT STinmre, of Edinburgh, and the la.c J. P.
Noaioy, of Y,le College, 2 vols. Royai Octavo, 1600
pages, and numerous  Engravinge-
Prioe %t for the  two volumes—by Mail, poat paid,
IS Oft j,__
L.    BETTMAN,
DE.W.KR IN DBS 00008,   'lltOCERIE.S,
B0OT8 AMD 8HOK8, k., ke., ke.
J/IT Olympia, W-JT^
WARM  WEATHER!
ICE!   ICE!   ICE!
*   i.rxrnv v. mux the reach of
/X all, supplied by
\I_EX.    I»IIIT__1__I_PN,
FORI' STREET,
To say nothing about Ginger Beer, Lemonade,
or .Soda Witter wilh it.
SHiy The way to keep cool.
if
IR. E :_*_, O "ST A. L.
The well known
JEWELRY ESTABLISHMENT.
— OF—
.1. L. JMGERMArV,
Has been removed to bis XEW STORE
in Tin;
Masonic   Buildings,
MHs.lt.YJI_: IT    STREET,
jy2
VICTORIA, V.I.
WILSON & MtHMT,
GBOOERS,
Provision, Wine ct Spirit Merchant-jr
BAKERS &, CONFECTIONERS,
FORT ST., VICTORIA, V. I.
SriIPPING    SUPPLIED.
J.2
A. & W. WILSON,
House and Ship Plumbers
GASFITTERS,
BELL-HANGERS & TINSMITHS
FORT  STREET.
All mil <-rs promptly attended to
CARRIAGE  PAINTING
IX ALL ITS BRANCHES,
Yates Street,
Between Deluge Engine House
and the International Hotel.
Vt'ork   solicited,  and   done   on   the most
reasonable terras by
Vf. K. KEOHAN.
jy 11-1 in
Alhambra
Bl L LI ABO SALOON.
cor.yek goverv-ievr utd y1tes srs.
tj_p-st-aj:_=.s.
Entrance on Yates Street*
jv:i-lm
IIAYANACIGAKS.
lEWIIT & ANTHONY,
TO_3_f_.CCOJSriSTS,
47 Yates St., Brick Store
Next io Corner of Government St.,
HEG TO INFORM THEIR FRIENDS AND
tlie pnblic in general that tbey will constantly receive by every steamer a good assortment ot Geniiiue llavaaa Cigars
and tbo Best Ill-ami* of Tobacco,
imporlrd direct for this market, so that they
are able to ;ompete with any hr.use on this
Island, either Wholesale or Retail.
N.  B-—Special  attention will be paid to
Countrv orders.
HE-MAN  LEWIX.     |     LOUIS ANTHONY.
JJ2
TIKE FIOnSTEE-R,
ICE CKEAM,
—FROM THE—
PACIFIC TELEGRAPH HOTEL,
IS AGAIN IN THE FIELD.
rpHE PROPRIETOR IS PREPARED TO
X supply, as usual, his customers, parties,
balls, etc., at moderate rates.
PACIFIC TELEGRAPH HOTEL,
if Store 8tre«. I _£»
/
What do the Ladies do wheh Tukt
Le«v_ TJ_ Aftke Dinner ?—No grownup male—witb the exception, perhaps, of
Mr. Anthony Trollope,   idiom   I   have
heard ladies s_y  baa  actually  described
tbe   thing—can   pictore   the   mysteries
Ibat   take   place   in  tho drawing-room
before tbe gentlemen come in.   Do tbey
tell stories, I wonder, like   tbe   folks   in
tbe dining-room?   Now and then something incidentally crops op which induces
me  to   think   they   do ; but there is no
absolute proof.    Wben   I   was   a   very
little   buy,   and   there   chanced to be a
dinner-party at home, after having  had
my balfglu.8 of wine—'op  to tbe cut,'
I remember, was tbe  nigg.rdly phrase—
it was my invariable custom to leave tbe
dining room when the   ladies   did ;   and
well   I   recollect   bow my elder brother
used playfully to   flick   my   unprotected
legs with his dinner napkin, as  1  cloned
the pftticoaied procession.    But memory
often retains what is least worth keeping,
and loses that which   is   truly  valuable.
If I had only known that it would be my
future mission to write stories,  I should
doubtless   have   not 'so   neglected   my
opportunities in the drawing room.   But
at   that   time I  looked forward to be a
merchnnt   engaged    in    tbe    diamond
business,   and   realising    thousands   of
sequins by traffic   with   the   natives   of
Bagdad   and   Bassorab.    Indeed,   upon
these  very after-dinuer occasions I used
to lie taken upon somebody's lap and entertained with anecdotes of that charming
profession, the members  of which  were
exposed to no vulgar  bankruptcies ; but
if they escaped  from   the mighty  roc
(which was a bird) and from tbe loadstone
island (which drew all  tbe nails out of
their argosies), were certain to live happy
ever afterwards with some beautiful princess, who did not scorn to ally  herself
with  trade.    Al.isl  the tongue is withered now that spoke such magic, and the
kind hand that fondled my childish curls
is disso'ved in dust;  and it is like enough
that all the rest of the gay company is
dead except that little boy.    No;   I re-
memb.r nothing of it, except that the
older ladies, and  especially the married
ones, used  to herd  together, and  interchange what I took to be secret and important communications;   and that the
young ones seemed to get after a while a
little tired of one another (notwithstanding that they were particularly civil and
affectionate), and turned expectant glances
towards the door.— Chambers' Journal.
There is a public fund at Boston, Mass.,
of the following nature :—The fund was
left by Benjamin Franklin when he died
in 179), and consisted then of J.1,006,
and was to be loaned to married mechanics, under twenty-live years of age,
at live per cent, interest, to give them a
si art in business. The conditions of the
loan were simple enough in Franklin's
days, but have, in modern times, become
rather difficult to comply witb , and
though at first loans were contracted, the
amount being limited by the provisions of
the will to £(10, applications for many
years have virtually ceased; and there is
to day only a portion of one unpaid bond,
regarded as good, which is outstanding.
Young mechanics under the age of twenty
five, who are married, and bave served a
regular apprenticeship, are not veiy numerous ; and those who are embraced
under the provisions of the will as legal
applicants, are not in these times apt to
be m. terially benefitted by a loan which
wonld be inadequate, even at five per
cent, interest, to give a young man much
of a business impetus. Tbe fund now
amonnis to $110,166. Fronklio estimated
tbat at the end of one hundred years, in
1891, the fund would amount to $655,-
000, $500,000 of which was to be applied to pnblic works at Boston, and the
balance be let out on the same conditions
as the original fund until 1991, when it
would amount to $20,305,000, $15,000-
000 of which should be given to the
State, and the balance to Boston. It is
possible that, by judicious investments,
bis expectations may be realized.
The Union of the Presbyterian
Churches,—The negotiations for union
between four branches of the Presbyteri*
au Cbnrcb in Great Britain have now
Teached tbe furthest point tbat can be attained by tho private negotiations of committees, and in a few weeks more the
scheme will probably be launched on the
sea of public discussion. The negotiating
bodies are the Free Chnroh of Scotland,
numbering abont 900 congregations ; the
United Presbyterian Church, mainly in
Scotland, but partly in England, numbering about 600 ; the English Presbyterian
Church, numbering abont W0 ; and the
Cameronian or Reformed, Presbyterian
Cburch, nnmhering about 50. It ia
understood that in Committee a satisfactory conclusion has been riacbed on the
points reqnircd to be adjusted! In a matter like this, where there are a good
many divergent interests and reelings, and
a good deal of vis inertia has to be overcome, the friends cf onion will probably
take their stand with great firmness and
earnestness on the great Christian duty off
seeking and realising a visible and incorporating union wHersver such union is
practicable.—Sunday Magazine.
A St. Tetersbnrg correspondent Eays
that the prevailing opinion in political
circles in tbat city was that Russia would
observe a strict neutrality iu any war be»
1 't'weetv Austria and Prussia, acting on the
"p/rrnbiple 'tha.it Was no'bu8iue_-l'of heri
if the German great Power, wished to out
each other's throats.'
FACTS v* THB0BIE8-
New Advertisements.
' Give ine pure aud unadulterated
says Medicus, of  tbe   olden  time,
"Give me a place to rest my lever on,"
lays Archimedes,   "and   I   will   move   tbe
world,
drugs,
"and I will cure disease.'
In one sense, both of tbese learned pnndits
were tbe veriest charlatans. Tbey knew there
wat no place to rest tbeir lever on, either to
move the world or cure disease. Mechanism
was in a backward state, and tbe medical profession was but anothei name for sore,./,
and all tbe adjuncts of magic filters and
charms ol the " evil eye," *4e.
But tbese latter days bave borne unto ns
something more than even supersliiion lad
its crew ever dreamt of in tbeir maddest phi.
iosopby. In tbese days of praclical science,
what was theory of yesterday ir Tact to-day,
and all the old time notions become as bubbles
in tbe inn, and burst and break wilh every
breatb we draw-
Let Archimedes shoulder his lever aod we
will find a resting place for it to move the
world. Let mine ancient Medicus pant and
toil no more for the drugs be so sorely needs,
for we bave them at our band, ever ready to
serve tbem at his beck.
Refined in tbe laboratory of Dr. Mag.iel,
tbe finest materials known In tbe medical pro
fession are obtainable by any one. His
Billious, Dyspeptic, and Diarrbcea Pills staid
unrivalled, and bis Salve operates witb magical effect upon burns, scalds, and all sores anil
ulcers of the skin.
In fact, wc tbink Maggiii*. Pills and _>alv>
are tbe wonder of this century, and we are
nappy in tbe thought tbat many others of our
brethren of the cralt agree with us. We would
earnestly counsel tbat all families provide
themselves with Dr. Maggiel's Prepaiaiions at
once, and keep tbem ready at band, so as to
use them at the most opportune time and as
occasion serve.'.— Valley Sentinel.
ICE  CREAM
i TEAWBERBIES HID .BEAM.
nil the
Delicacies
Season
of the
A. W. PIPER'S,
c.ovi:it.\.ni:.\T   stbeet,
OPPOSITE THK THEA-RB.
hi
ST.   LOUIS    COLLEGE
WIXX    KE-OI»E3Sr
On ]Kfexi4ay> 6th August.
Iy 5-1m
t. ' ■    —»■»»
Miscellaneous.
A Niw and Grand Epocn in Medicine I—
Dr. Maggiel is the found., of a new Medical
system. The quantitariaus, whose vast internal doses enfeeble tbe stomach and paralyze
tbe bowels, must give precedence to the man
wbo restores health and appetite, with from
one to two of his extraordinary Pills, and
cures the most virulent sores wilh a box or ao
ol bit wonderful and all boaling Halve. These
two great specifics of tbe Doctors are fast superseding all tho stereotyped nostrums of the
day. Extraordinary cures by Maggiel'. Pills
and Salvo have opened the eyes of the public
to the inefficiency of tbe (so called) remedies
of others, and upon which people bave so long
blindly depended. Maggiel's Pills are no ol
the class that are swallowed by tbe dozen, and
of wbich every box full taken creates an absolute necessity for another. One or two • f
Maggiel's Pills suffices to place the bowels in
perfect order, tone tho stomach, create an appetite, and render tbe spirits light and buoyant I There is no griping, and do reaction in
the form of constipation. If the liver is affected, its functions an* restored; and il tbe
nervous system is feeble, it is invigorated.
Tbis last quality makes tbe medicines very
desirable for the wants of delicate females.
Ulcerous and eruptive diseases are literally
extinguished by tbe disinfectant power of
Maggiel's Salve. In fact, it is bere announced
that Maggiel's Uiltous, Dyxpeptlr
and l>lanll°a 1*1.Is cure where all
others fail. Wnile for Burns, Scalds, Cbil
blains, Cuts and all abrasions of the skin
Magglei'*) Salve is infallible. Sold by
J. Maooiki,, 11 Pine etrce', New York, and all
Druggists, at 25 cts. per box.
Miscellaneous.
Miscellaneous.
•^    —zr
New Advertisements.
HERMAN SHULTZ.
—AT—
Bis Well Known and-Old Established
Stand
The Government st. Boot Store,
Has just received per steamer
A  FINE   ASSORTMENT  OP
Ladies' and  Children's   Shoes,
Which he offers at a very low prico.
Receives by each steamer from England and
San  Francisco
BOOTS     3c    SHOES
FINEST   AND BEST QUALITY,
FRENCH   LEATHER,
—AND—
SHOE    FINDINGS,
At prices to correspond with the times.
jyl2
Sporborg & Rueff,
COMMISSION  MERCHANTS,
Importers and Wholesale Dealers In
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS,
Boots and Shoes,
Wharf street, Victoria, V. 1. jy 3
A   Triumph    ot    Science
—aND--
THE  LIGHT   OP   THE   WOULD
DR. MAGGIEL'S
PILLS   & SALVE.
These I.;fa-giving remedies are now, for Ibe fir t
lime, |f vo , publ dv lo Hi * nr r d. For over a quai tor
* f a . entu 17 of prh ate practice the ins-relic la in theso
Life-Giving Pills
H«t> bern uao.l with the greatoat success. Th-ir
tubulin Is n tony In , r vent < Is-as-1, but lo eure
llieyse rch n-j |_. various mal idi»s by uh.ch tbo
fiationt i« suffering, and re.invigorates t ■» ailin;
system. T • th. a.ed and inflrln a lew dosea of theso
valuable PIL IS will .rove lobe
A Vt'RY FODNTAIN OF YOUTH,
F-r In everv case t'iey aid nc\t life and vita'lty, a^H
•i-ti-rc ..be.w1ni<ig»r.(.,K..e. to their t-riatiae ■ .»__•. T.
ine jo-iriffant mi.ull- . ged tUt-j will pr-ve mmL in-
Vtthi t!u, a* a ret y, tpcoifio and iter in? medicine,
tre ia a dream rtttllHd, ih.it b>i.ce»d«-_.eo,n sought
for three hundred yearn ago. and never fund. He
look.d fora f uiitaiii that would re• tore the old to
vigor and make vouth ever
An Eternal Spring- Z
It wm left for Ihil <hy and hour to realize tlio dream,
and ebow in one glorious fact the magic that made
ii fair.
THESE FAMOUS  REMEDIES
Cannot atiy the flight of ream, but they can force back,
anC bold aloof, diteasea hat mjubt tri mph over tne
ag"d and the young. Let .■< ne hesitate then, but
«ta« thn favorable opportunity that offer,. When taken
- prescribed—
For Billious Disorders
"Jotbin_r can be mor. product lee nf cure tban these
.'i)N— riit'ir almost m-gir. inljijei.ee i.i felt at owe;
■ nd ih'; usual, ct ru; mitanti of thii tin at distressing
llicaais ap.'iremovod. The*. reiDtdiet aro made from
.he pure*..
VEGETABLE COMPOUNDS.
Th.-y will not harm the moat, delicate female, and
cut .>■• .si * n with gvod effect in prescribed dw.-en to
tbe youngest babe.
For Cutaneous Disorders
Andall erir'ti"t.8 of the »kin, Mia NAi-VB ii mont invaluable. ' It does tt t heal' • ite-i naily alon ■, but pCne-
U let wlili the most .•..ajch.tinr effects to the vary root
of ibe evil.
DR. MADGE'S PILLS
Invariably euro tho .allowing Diseases
,    r      . ™. •■
Asthma,
Bowel fora plaint.*,
ROYAL
INSURANCE
FIRE   &Z UI-FfEi-
( a.iltal - - Ten Million »i lliu .
s_e__i<v__ to   meet  i_o:.a__a
#iv*fl Million Dollars!
BAIU__-T-»NFrl, Esq    IIP CHAIRMAN,   PERCY M
DUVK, ILAjNAGER.
This Conipan. haa now the largest income for Fire
aod Lite Premiums "fan. Company in the worl.l.
Tbo undersigned. Agentsfor Vancouver Island and
British .'olumbla, return their particular thank*, to the
public f,.r th,*lr iialrouag** ot the Royal since the open
in.* of Lheagenti., an.1 also to :t»e Vicloiia Fire Coin.
panics lor their rat-Abu service*.
Tlie Fire Branch,
Ol this agency In -BUI was nearly doable that of 1863—
tbe risk In Victoria alone amounted U. *_Uuli,0O_.
The bnsinesa of the
Life Branch.
Has al*. large];. Increased  alnca tba   Directors reduced
theraVes to the English standard.
Anderson &*Oo
Store Street.
Agents for Vancouver Island and British Columbia
fe-0
THE LANCASHIRE
Insurance    Company.
Capital,   Two  Million* Sterling.
■MMheater Kxchai-ge Str el.
London -. IU, CornhllJ.
Liverpool 7, Wi' ttar Mi ett-
•Ulaagow 4, *        it  Ifttnover Wlrert.
Blrnilnghum 1 lie !-*..-Iiange.
Bristol 50, Broad Street.
IT
AVING BREN _\.-POINTED AGENTS
for the above OtHDpftDjr, we are now prepared 1. take risks al rule, as moderate as
those ot biij other responsible t'ompuny.
WKlSSE. BUIt.KIl k 8CHLOE88KB,
Vancouver Iisland Agency.
J/J
asrC'TicE-
Big   Bend,   Brili.h    Columbia.
DOI-PCi THE MINING KELSON, THE
undersigned will be prepared lo execute
surveys, and transact a general agency business at Big Bend.
JOHN   MOHIIIS,
jy 2 Civil Engineer.
THE GREAT
KEMEDY
JlGK.
OP  THE
3STOTIOE
Ship Mohawk, Capt- Daviw, from London
NEITHER THE   CAPTAIN   NOR
the undersigned will be responsible for any debts that may be contracted by the crew of the above ship.
jy!5 HENRY NATHAN.
Agent for the vessel.
$50   REWARD.
THE ABOVE REWARD WILL BE PA III
to any person recovering the money and
Dsposit Receipt for $300 on the _,_&_;• ol
British North America, jtolen from the Coal
Pit at Nanaimo on Wednesday, July 4th.
GEORGE WALSH,
• , if 3w* Nanaimo   I
HOLLOWAY'S OINTMENT.
The   * il*-. i   ol the   Ointment   on   the
iSyat.in.
To the very coie and centre of all dis*"a»fs
which affect tbe human body, tbis remarkable
prepara'ion penetrates. It disappears under
the friction of the hands, as salt disappears
when rubbed u^on meat. The unguent performs its healing errand rapidly, safely, and
without pair,. Simple eruplions, open Bores,
hard tumors, Ecroluloua developments of all
kinds, abcesses, cancers, old wounes. nnd, in
tiict, every species of inflammation and suppuration, whether in tbe skin, the flesh, the
glands, or among the muscles, can be arrrsteb
in Its destructive conrse, and p.rmnncnUj
cured without danger by rubbing In this inestimable Ointment.
THE  ONE THING   WANTED.
HOLLOWAY'S PILLS.
Bad    Lege,
Bui   Rreaata,r   Bores,
l   '' * . s.
and
In many Hospitals in Europe this celebrated
remedy is now used for the cure of old wounds,
sores, and ulcers ; in Spain nnd Portugal, and
in many parts of Italy, the first Physicians re-
regularly prescribe its use. It is a sovereign
remedy for bad breasts and bad legs; and like
wise for all skin diseases. It is to be found in
the chest of nearly every sailor, soldier, and
emigrant.
Impradenelea   of  Youth ; —Sores   and
Ulcers.
The above class of complaints is surely re
coved V oigbtly fomenting the par)^ wit!
v«rm water, and then by most effeqtuajjy rub
oing in this Ointment. Personsauffetinufron.
these direful complaints should lose not a mo
ment in arresting their progress. It should bi
understood that it iB not sufficient merely to
smear the Ointment on tha affected parts, but
it must be well rubbed in for some considerable
lime two or three times a day, that it may bo
taken into the system, whence It will remov.
only nidden sore or wou_d as effectually a,
t were palpable to the eye.   Bi.adftnd
. Coufth:
'     Col
lids,
Cheat Diseases,
Cativeneas,
tylpepsia,1
Diarrh-a,
Drona..
P.UilllT,
Fl
aver and a,.i'«*
FeninleComplaint*,
II*   ■!s.-li,-11
" _n_iir*s-tio_,
Jnfln.rza,
I   Inflammation,
Inward Weakness,
Ijirer Complaint,
Lowr.e.s of Spirits,
'<  BhikW-rnr,
-.   Rheutnatlflm,
Milt  i* tieum,
Scalds,
Skin Diseases.
. j__r* NOTICE.--None genrlne ivltnont the ennrav.d
trade-mark *r.vind o_c_ pot or box, aignad by DR. J.
sJAtsGl vl.,143 Fulton street; New fork, to counterfeit
which ia felony.
jS_T Sold by all resnectnble Dealers In Medicines
throo-hniit Ihe United Suites aad Canada—at 25 oenta
per be„ or foV,  '
A- O. Laagjey & Co.,
Agents fo_ VstKfouT.- I.land and British
ii .Columbia.
jy 1
only'
thou
wataVpoultices, after tho   rubbing  ' i ol tb
Ointment, will do great servico.   Thi    is th.,
only proper treatment for females in   :a=es oi
cancer in the stomach, or for those who suflif
Irom a general bearjng down.
-■Ilea, Fistulas, Strictures,
Blotches, naalsoswellings, caq with certaintj
be radically cured if the Ointment bo used
freely, and the Pills be taken highland morn,
ing as recommended In the printed instruiti ions
When treated in any otherway tbese complaint.
Duly dry up in ene place to break out in an-
>tber; whereas tbis Ointment will remove thr
humor from the system, and leave the patien
1 vigorous and healthy being. It will requir.
.hue, aided by the use of the Pills, to ensure
asting cure.
Olptharla,   Bronchitis,  rioi«*   IIuobIs.
Any of the above class of diseases may be
-ured by well rubbing tbe Ointment tbree
. mil's a day upon the Skin covering the throat,
chest, and neck ol tbe pationt. Tbe unguent
will soon penetrate the pores and give immediate relief. To allay the fever ahdlbssehitu
inflamation, eight or ten Pills'should be takes
night and morning. The Ointment will pio-
due. perspiration, which is so' essential tor
removing fevers, sore throats, ami those oppressions of the cheat which arise Irom
Asthnia, Bronchitis, and other causes.
Both the Ointment and Fills should
be used In the following Cases i   |
Tlie .Hood.
These famous pills are so composed tha
they operate wholesomely on the slomnch, Ihe
liver, Ihe bowels, and other orgiing; by correcting nny derangements in their functions,
whereby a steady supply of pure materials lor
tbe renewal of the Blood is lurniuhed, and
constant ahslrscliou of effete products Is effected. This perfect circulation thus becomes
the very fountain of health and lilt*, and overcomes all form of disease wherever its situii'
tton.
General DiftorricrN of (he 1.1 vc.
and .Stomach.
All who ever indulge a' table, either in eul-
'ng or drinking, should take about ten of ties-
famous pill:* hi bed time, from which «ill insult a clear head and good slomnch the fill living morning. Thousands of Ladies are always complaining of sick boitdach.., want o I
appetite, want of cmrgv, ami want of sirengt
to correct all these evils, three or four ol these
Pills should be taken twice a week, when th
would give the invalid the health anil nppetitn
or a ploughman.
Females of all Aires aud (.'lass .**,
Obstructions of any kind, either in young
or those between forty nnd fifty—the most critical pciiod of life—may ho radically remo. ^.J
by using these Pills according to the prime'
directions which accompany ouch box, Youn
persons with sickly and sallow complexion.'
may have the bloom of health restored by thi
corrective, wLich purities tbe blood nnd e_
pols all gross and impure humors from thesy.j
tern. Beware then of tho critical age Iron
forty to fifty, as it sends many thousands to
premature grave,—these 1'illsshould be takei
it that period of lile two or three times 1
.eek
Want  of Strength and .Energy
Persons of sedentary habits, or those trou
bled In mind, working in Factories or Coal
Pits, who cannot obtain that amount of fresl
air and exercise wbich nature roquires, suffer
from weakpess and deliiily, lowne.s of spiri
and want of appetite. All such should 'nke >
iose or" two of these Pills every three or fom
days, as they act gently and effectually on th
system and impart vigor and energy to the
body, wbich is always followed by a po,>'!
appetite, sound and refreshing sleep, and a
high flow of spirits.
For the <:ute of Dropsy
Tbo efficacy of Holloway'a Pills in Drops;
is extraordinary. Tbey act with such a pecu
liar effect upon tho system, that the fluid.
causing this direful complaint, are peineptib!
tarried off and prevented from any iurlhet
aecumu)ation. The snHerer ri'gnius a buoyancy of spirit., and rejoices io a complete!
renovated constitution. It Is indispeusablj
necessary thst tbe Ointment should bo mosi
effectually rubbed into the complaining par'.;
during the whole course of treatment.
Children and their AllmentK<
In no country in tho world are more childre
carried to an early grave than in Great Britain
Oougbs, Measli., Scnrlntinn, Kevers, and olhe
.iiseuB.-s attack the littie sufferers, apd death
but too often, follows at a rapid pace ; yet if
at the first stage ol these oomplaints, pArent
were to have recourse to Ilolloway's Pills, a
danger would be avoided, for the stomucl
and bowels would oo gently bul effectual!.!
cleansed bv this mild aperient; the deprave:
numors correcteo auo tnesecretionsduiy regu
lated. A perfect euro would *.oon ho effected, and the .Htle patieut restored to soun
health.,
Holloway' Pi. I .ro the best known remedy in tli
world fir the following diseases ■
Sold at tbe Establishment of rrqtessor #«/llowny, .1
51rand, (near Temple Bar',) L nilon ; aln" by all respct'l
able Drug.lala and Dealers in M*- imin-H I l.r.ui. h.*i.I ■
olvilltod world, at the following priced*—Is. 1..., 5. 04
Is. (id., lis., 22s., and 83s. each box.
Bad legs
Bad Breasts
Bui-ns
Bunions
Biteol Moichrtoes
and Sand-Fllea
oco-bay
-h*e_o-foot
Chilblains
Chapped Hands
and
Txirns (Corns)
Cancers
C-'otracted
Still Joints
t.lephantiails
l-'islulaa
Ban
i.landular ■ Swell
lings
l-mbago,
Piles
Rhenroatlsm
.Scalds -
Sora Nipples
Sure Thttxit
Skin disoas
Murvj
slore heads
Tiimors
Ulcers
Wound i
Taws
Sold at t'.e Establishment ol Propebsok HolloWA
Jt4, Slrandl feear Temple Bar),' Iiyndnh ' 'allb'bt *
.-spectable Druggists end Peelers In Mediclnea Ihjwngb
attttl.eclvlii.e'dwerld.atthet.rl.iwing'prlo-s _HJ_il
2. M. Is fld.. Its., 22., ami 33s., each l'ot.
*.* 'There a a considerable saving by taking the larfett
i-ea. -    •■■ ' I      ••  -«-> = ! ll:i.(H ,
N B.-l,irccd.^;^^.^S,^l)ft(?1ri
A. pile
Anthmn
Billious Complaints
Blotchei   ou   tho
Skin
Sowt.1 complaints
Co Lien
CoDs.ipaMon of tbe
Bowli
ConBumi-t.
ilitj
Ft'tnale  Irregular-
it. ie*
Fever of all kindi
Fits
(I out
Head Acho
lndige>tioo
inflammation
Jaundice
Liver Complaints
hum bago
Piles
Rheumatism
Retention ef Urine
Scrofu'aorKing
Evil
■^ciro ThxoetB
tone and <_ravi
riecomlary Syruf
turn s
■ic-Do.'orcux
Tumor a
Uleera
Veuereal      ftflf'
.Inn*
Worm i    o f
k i nils
Weakness     fr^
whatever cftu**
conHdcaaWe  saviug by Uklng tl"
beW.___,
Dropnv
Dysentry
Erysipelas
• V ■ Th«re is
irger8ij.es.
; Direo-UiM for tlie puiili nee of patients in every d-;°r
der are alllxt'ii to mcli box.
P»tNTBii and Published by McCluhb & Co.
,:  the office, Langley Streets I
Jl£

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