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VOL. I.
VICTORIA,   VANCOUVER  ISLAND,   SUNDAY  MORNING,  JULY  15,   1866.
NO. 11.
THE
"EVENING TELEGRAPH,"
POTsUHTBD
Everv   Evening at  4  O'clock,
(Saturday and Sunday evenings excepted.)
also xvtav
SUNDAY   MORNING!
TEUMS OF  SVBSCIIIPTION I
Per Annum, io advance, by null 110 00
For six months.   ,    6 00
I'er W-ek, payable U> lirrier,        i'>
Huirl*>o«Ji'its       10
For ternu of Advertisement apply at the
Office. Langley Street
Retribution on a Skull.
Tbe following rather sensational episode by Hector Berlidz is worth reading.
The only mistake tbe writer makes is in
allowing the skull of tho unmusical monomaniac to perform so passive a part on ths
stage. Berlidz's friend, Eugeuo Sue,
would never have missed so fine an opportunity of making a thrilling climax to (he
anecdote. He would at least have
brought on the stage among tho ghostly
characters introduced in Der Freyschutz,
the spirit of tbe former owner of the
skull :—
" Wben Der Freyschntz was performed
in Paris, I was young and enthusiastic—
ob, enthusiastic a mourir.   Weber took
my heart by storm.    I never heard such
music ; it drove ine out of myself—it bewitched—it enthralled mo.   There was
then a young student in Paris, my bosom
friend—his nrme was Eugene Suo.   The
world has sioce known him ;   we  both
venerated, we both idolized tbo great Carl.
Night after night we wero in the first row
of tbe gallery.   To us it was indeed Paradise    We never missed a representation.
But tastes differ, man ami.   There was a
fellow wbo came there as regularly as we;
but when we applauded, he hissed—when
we  applauded, he  Bnecred.    The animal
hissed and sneered at Carl  Von Weber I
Was it supportable t   No !   Three times
did I and Sue fall  upon him vi et armis,
and three times was he ejected from tbe
shrine he profaned.   Eh bien .' mais I*
tempt march* toujours.   Our first fervor
for Der Freyschutz abated, but not our
friendship.   One night, years after, Sue
came to me ; he was then in the Hotel
Dieu.   * Quess, my dear friend,' said ho,
' who has just  died in my ward 1   A
man witb a strange disease of the brain,
producing distortion of tbe skull.'   'Eh
bien, and what then ?'   ' Why, the man
js_(' ' Wbo Y   ' The old unbeliever in
Dir Freyschutz.'   Again years   passed
over, and I bad forgotten about the matter.   Sue  was a  great novelist.    I had
charge of tie Grand Opera.   I determined to get up Der Freyschutz.    The incantation scene was to be especially splendid.
It was not until the  last moment I found
1 wanted a skull.   Off I sent to my old
friend 8ue.   The author had not forgotten the doctor, and  his small cabinet of
medical curiosities   was at my service.
1 'lake that  skull,'  be  said,   ' but for
Hoaven's sake bo careful of it.'    Novcr
was there a finer specimen of a raro die-.
ease.'   So off I went with ibe  relic of
mortality.   Carefully did I placo  in its
position among vampires aud otIs and
fitry serpents, and  skeleton horses.   It
was not until the casting of the seven
bullets bad commenced that a  thought
flashed upon me.   The sknll!   Gracious
powers I   It may be—it must be—it is—
the sknll of the man  who hissed Der
Freyschutz 1   I flew around to Sue's box.
I told him my thought, and he corroborated it.
Marvellous the course of retributive
justice. We leaned over the cushion, we
gazed at tbe mute grinning basin of bone,
and we said, as witb one voice,—' This is
Der Freyschutz! The music of Carl
Von Weber is thundering about you,
and now, skull, hiss, hiss, biss if you
can I'"
that purpose. Instead, however, of doing*
this tbe animal suddenly turued upon Mr.
Mack, and, throwing his powerful paw on
the head of the latter, produced a deep
scalp wound, from which the blood instantly began to flow profusely, covering
the face and clothes of tbe daring keeper
with a crimson stream. Mr. Mack was
completely taken by surprise, as tbis was
the first occasion on which the panther
hud dared to make an open attack, but
qnickly recovering his self-possession, be
struck bis furious assailant several severe
blows with the butt end of a heavy whip
which he usually carries about with him
when going through his dangerous performances. Blinded and maddened with
the blows of tbe whip, the panther let go
bis hold and bounded round the cage in a
frantic manner; then retiring to the further corner crouched d-iwn as if preparing
for a spring, while bis gleaming eyes aud
guping jaws, from which he cast the most
terrible growls, showed plainly enough
that had be been allowed to take bis leap,
it would have closed forever tho career of
tbe fcurloss lion tamer. But, happily, the
latter followed up his advantage with
energy and promptitude, and gave the
animal such au unmerciful beating as
fairly to cow the latter into an unwilliug
and threatening submission. He compelled him to finish tbe performance so
unexpectedly interrupted, nnd was loudl.v
applauded by the audience on making bis
exit from the exciting scene in which he
bad shown so much cool daring and decision. It may be readily supposed that
the visitors were wrought to tbe highest
pitch of excitement during the time tbe
affair lasted.—Dundee Courier.
New Advertisement*.
THE
WILSON & MURRAY,!
QKOCEES,
Providian, Wine & Spirit Merchants,
BAKERS & CO.^FECTIONFES
FORT ST., VICTORIA, V. I.
EVENING TELEGRAPH
SHIPPING
Fkmale   Authors ' Do you really
write for the pross V asked the captain of
bis fair neighbor.   ' You needn't look so
alarmed,'  answered  she, laughing, 'it is
only a spiteful invention  of tbe old general  to damage  my cbances of getting
married.'   ' Js the pen so iuKurmoutitable
an obstacle to the ring, that the lacy who
uses it for any other purpose must never
hope to sign ber marriage contract ?' inquired St. Gervais.   ' So it would seem,'
replied Ada.   ' From tbe earliest time a
woman wodded to letters has beeu compelled to renounce  all   hope   of  other
espousals.    Tbe   beauty   aud   rank   of
Minerva in the court of Jupiter could not
make any of the male deities overlook her
intellectual superiority ; tbo Muses were
old maids ; Sappho broke her neck in the
hope   of  curing her heart,  which was
broken   by   man's   neglect.   Aspasio, I
am afraid, was not  a married woman ;
and to come to more modern examples,
Hannah Moore, Jane Po. ;er, Misses Picking, Austin, Strickland, Bremer, Pardoe,
Costcllo, are notable proofs that a female,
once ' convicted of literature,' may make
up ber mind to solitary confinement for
life in the world Bhe presumes to creste
herself."   "And yet," said St, Gervais,
"it  would be easy to draw up a list of
married   authoresses as long,   if not ex»
tending so far into antiquity, as yours of
spinsters.     What say you to Mesdames
Sevigne,  de  Geiilis, de Stael, d'Arbly,
Mistresses    Rodcliffe.   Trollopo,    Gore,
Marsh, Centlivre,  Opie, Jnchbald,  Norton, Hull;   Ladies Blessington, Morgan,
Georgian!   Fullerton,  and   many   more
whom  I  could  nnme ?'   ' Why, 1 say,'
rejoined  the indomitable heroine, ' that
nil these, as fur as I  know, wore orange
blossom beforo they assumed the bay-leaf
We never heard of Mrs. Trollope or Mrs.
Gore  by tboir maiden titles,'—'* Claude,
or the Double Sacrifice,'' in the Ladies'
Treasury.
SUPPLIED.
j)2
Jesse  Cowper,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
BOOTS AND SHOES,
LEATHER,
—AND—
SHOE    FINDINGS,
YATES    STREET,
OPPOSITE WELLS, FARGO & Co.,
At the old stand of Webster & Co., is
prepared to supply the wants of the
public in his line.
The Latest Styles
Received by every arrival from England
and San Francisco. jy2
JlJ^TRECETyEI)
Nautical Almanacs l'i,r ISfifi,
Dletrlcbsen & nanny's lloyal do., do.,
Late Admiralty Coast Charts,
Whatman's Drawing Paper,
Endless aud Jlou.ilcrt BruW'mg do.,
Penny's metallic .11 iiiir.'iiiil.iins,
mathematical Instruments,
Copying I'rcs es
Brls
Blotting: Paper,
Perforated Board
Tissue and Wrapping Papers,
Writing Desks and Folios,
Artist's Materials,
Photographic Albums,
General stationery, Slaplc and Fancy.
jy 2
IIIBBFV 4 CAINWW.
MERCHANTH'
Mutual Marine
INSURANCE COMPANY
OF SAN FRANCISCO.
OFflCE.—N. E: 'Cor. Front k California 8ts
Capital, #300,000.
AKEIUTB FROM RATES OF PREMIUM
charged, will hereafter be made by this
eompany, as large as allo.iieil by any responsible Company or Agency doing busiuess iu
Ibis City.
Till. Company is . 'iign '..I Exclusively n
Marine Insurance*
WAR RISKS TAKEN.
A!   losses paid promptly in  United States
tiold Coin.
JAMES P. FLINT,
j'/ 2 President.
Exciting Scene In a Menagerie,
On Saturday, June 80th, an alarming
incident occurred at Womb,veil's menagerie which is now visiting Dundee. The
place was crowded to excess by visitors.
During one of the performances, while
tbe keeper, Mr. Muck, was causing tbe
leopards and panthers, which are confined
in a large caravan, to go through various
evolutions, a large male panther suddenly
showed unmistakable signs of insubordination. With the rest of his companions
lie was ordered by tbe keeper to leap
throuhg s large brass ring held up for
A N»w and Gkano Erocii in Msdicini I—
1'r. Maggiel is ibe founder of a now Medical
system. Tbe qaantitarians, whose vast internal doses enfeeble the stomach and paralyze
tbe bowels, most give precedence to tne man
who restores health and appetite, with from
one to two of his extraordinary Pills, and
cures the most virulent sores with a box or so
ol his wonderful and all healing Salve. These
two great specifics of the Doctors are fast superseding al) the stereotyped nostrums of the
day. Extraordinary cure9 by Maggiel's Pills
and Salvo have opened the eyes of the public
to tho inefficiency of the (so called) remedies
of others, and upon which people have so long
blindly depended. Maggiel's Pills are no ot
the claps that are swallowed by the dozen, and
of which every box full taken creates an absolute necessity for another. 0o6 or two of
Maggiel s Pills suffices to place the bowels in
perfect order, tone the stomach, create an appetite, and render the spirits light and buoyant I There is no griping, and no reaction in
the form of constipation. If the liver is affected, its functions are restored; and if tbe
nervous system is feeble, it is invigorated.
This last quality makes the medicines very
desirable for the wants of delicate females.
Ulcerous and eraptive diseases are literally
extinguished by the disinfectant power of
Maggiel's Salve.   In fact, it is here announced
that Maggiel's unions, Dyspeptic
and Diarrhea Pills cure where all
others fail. Wbile for Bums, Scalds, Chilblains, Cuts and ail abrasions of the skin
Maggiel's Salve is infallible. Sold by
J. M»'-iiel, 11 Pine >treet, New York, and all
Druggists, at 25 cts. per box,
GENERAL
Job   Printing
ESTABLISHMENT
Langley Street, Victoria,
Tbe Printing  Office
Miscellaneous.
OP THE
EVENING
TELEGRAPH
Office is replete with every appliance
and variety of Material for the
CHARLES    BERNARD,
Manufacturer and Dealer in
FAMILY CHARTRES COFFEE.
And Spleen of all kinds.
No. 707, Sommm« street, corner Gold,
Between Jackson and Pacific.
First Premium awarded by the Mechanics' In*
stitute, for the best Cofes and Spices.
Tbe proprietor having introduced Steam
Power in his Manufactory, ha now increased
facilities to supply tbe trade and tbe public ia
general. All articles from his Establishment
are guaranteed to be pure and unadulterated.
Tbe public are respectfully invited to call and
convince themselves Country orders promptly
attended to. h i
*
fsEWING MACHIim,)
Execution of
LETTER PRESS  PRINTING!
Ia all its branches, whether
Plain or Ornamental
THE LANCASHIRE
Insurance   Company.
Capital,  Two Millions Sterling.
Manchester Exchange Street.
London 10, Corn hi II.
Liverpool ....7, Water Street.
Glasgow 4, South Hrinover Street.
Birmingham The Kxchangr.
Bristol .",11. lli-osiil Street.
HAVING BEEN APPOINTED AGENTS
for the above Company, we are now prepared to take risks at ratt'S as moderate as
those of any other responsible Company.
WKISSENBURGKR k SOHLOESSER,
Vancouver Island Agency.
hi
3STCTIOE-
'piIE OFFICE AIMS at securing
JL such speedy Execution of orders as is
consistent with correct and elegant Work*
munsbip.
Orders received for Printing
Books,
Pamphlets
Catalogues
Sermons,
Reports
Rentals,
Leases,
Law Forms of every
description,
Business Cards,
Invoices,
Bill Heads,
Trade Forms,
Circulars, (Plain   or
Coloured,)
Hand   Bills. (Plain or
Coloured,)
Big   Bend,   British    Columbia.
DURIV'G THE MINING SEASON, THE
undersigned will be prepared to execute
surveys, and transact a general agency business at Big Bend.
JOHN   MORRIS,
jj 2 Civil Engineer,
For Prices,  apply   at the  Office.
Langley street,
Mono.—Ths Sinter Msrhias i. lbs finlj MscniM
will .*iw sll lurid, of clot* witb sll kind, of
jj®- 75,000-91
MACHINES SOLD IN TWO YEARS
The almost incredible increase in tbe a «I
the Singer Machine during tbe past two yearf
is owing to the popularity of the LETTER A
TRANSVERSE SHUTTLE Family Machine,
which was introduced in I860, since which
time it Las earned and established a reputation for family uses equal to the celebrated
manufacturing machines ot this Flrnvwbicli
are generally acknowledged, even by dealer*
in other 3ewing Machines, to be unequalled
for such purposes.
S&"HO OTHER Family Sewing Machine
has such perfect and improved appliances for
Ruffling, Hemming, Binding, Felling, Tucking,
OaUwring. (iuaaing, nmirli-. •. i or net. (i lt-
ing, etc.
tteW All persons requiring nfortoatiou
about ourSewingMachines,their i izes, Prices,
Working Capacities, and the best method of
purchasing, can obtain it by sending for a copy
of the
SINGER   MANUFACTURTNG   COMPANY S
IuLOSTBATID  PAMPBXIT,
Which is entirely devoted  to the subject.    It
will be sent gratis, with specimens of work.
Local Agents wanted in every Ttwn.
WILLIAM BRODRlCK
General Agent for the Singer Manf g Co.
 hj__
General News Agent
J. Stratmaii.
EMPIRE NEWS DEPOT
Cor. Washington & Sansome so>*
Han Franciico.
THE ADVKRTI8ER is prepared to supply
wilh punctuality and celerity theannexed
newspapers anil periodicals upon tbe following
terms All orders, to receive immediate attention, must be accompanied by cash remittance,
ami handed in previous to the 4th, 14th, and
2llh ol each month.
London l)»llr Times $14 OO
••       Tht Field  H 00
"       Illustrated Tines „  TOO
"       WreklvTii.i.s       700
"      Dull'. Life in London 1400
'       Weekly Pl.patcli 14 00
"       I .   News   n   •• World  1400
"      Publio Opinion  7 60
1      Index (Free trade) 14 00
u       III.  8|"i*-.ing- News  BOO
"       Si'crtatf  1100
"       Be'lew   1400
"       Saturday Review 1400
imbli- Nation 12 00
lnii.lij   Illustrated News  .14 00
ai 11.1'j M'thh:- son
Blackwood's Magaiine 100
H-aip"r's Magazine *•».   3 00
SUnennj Magu !••- 3 0fl
Knickerbocker   SoT.
Pacific V inl'ily  .... SOU
Uodev'a 1-adle*. Book.....  8 00'
Muii.nl Bost «08
Continental Migazine 3 #0
Madam IVmorest's oonihly 3 OS
¥. Leslie's new Family Magazine 8 OS
Chnmbera' Edinburgh   otirnal 4 00
Monthly   papers, "n*sr a  Week sot)
• ' "      AHlia Year Round SO*
Thickeray'B Cormhill Magazine 0OC
London Lancet 6 00
3. A. Salt's TemnU-Bar sot)
London Society Magaaine 6 tat
si. James Magaiine sot
Edinburgh Review 10 00
London   Review 10 00
North British Keview 10 09
**7t»tminsler Re'iew 10 M
t ondon Art J' nrnal 1108
Miniiu' *   Sm  .linir Mae  .   ..10 Ot)
Cheap and Easy Washing.
THE  EXPEDITION,    EASE,   AND ECON-
OMY  with   which the « Family Wash '
may be accomplished, by using
HARPEK   TWKl.VW'RF.F.S'
SLYCKROTK  SOAP ?©W©K»,
is truly surprising I    Scarcely any rubbing is
required,  and a little child may use it.
Sold by all Storekeepers in Penny Packets,
and wholesale bv Harper Twelvetrees' Brom-
ley-by-Bow, London. Wholesale Agents for
Vancouver Island,
S. JANION.GREEN, A RHODES.
jy a
T.
:re:m:o'v.a.t.._
F. SWANWICK 4 CO. 1.A7E RE-
moved to Wharf street, opposite tho
Auction Rooms of J. P. Davie j k Co., where
tbey will conduct a General Commission
business, in connection with the
Shipping Office,  ai   heretofore.
ISLAND AND OTHER PRODUCE
Will be regularly received, and
O 2ST      S A. L E I
At tbeir store. jyl •
1?
Facti and Scraps.
What atone should have been placed at
the gate of Eden after the Expulsion ?
AriuuiaMine.
When is a blacksmith in danger of
raising a row in tbe alphabet ? When be
makes A poke K and. shore L.
Like cures like. Sulphur comes from
Vesuvius; therefore it ia good for eruptions.
" How do you define ' black as your
bat ?''' taid a schoolmaster to one of bis
pupils.
" Darkness tbat may be felt,'' replied
tbe youthful wit.
A friend was lately asked the question :
" Wbal is your fighting weight ? ''
" I will wait a long while before I do
any fighting," was the response."
An Irishman in describing America,
laid : " You might roll England thru it,
an' it would'nt make a dint in tbe ground;
there's fresh water oceans insido tbat ye
might droun Ould Ireland in ; and as for
Scotland ye might sticlt il iu a corner,
and ye'd never be able to find it out, except it might be by the smell of tbe
whisky."
" Call tbat a kind man," said an actor,
•peaking of an absent acquaintance ; " a
man wbo is away from his family, and
never sends them a penny. Call tbat
kindness ?''
" Yes, unremitting kindness," Jerrold
replied.
jf-
WH AT
u. o.
The abpre enigma, which should be studied
and practiced by all, we saw posted in one
of the windows of a store the other day.
The Italian Generals- A letter from
Florence says :—." Since nothing bnt war
is now talked of, tbe following sketch of
tbe principal Italian Generals may not be
uninteresting. Gen. La Marmora is in
person a tall thin man ; bis face displays
a very decided nose, almost always surmounted by the fashionable princeoez.
He has a passion for the military art, and
is inflexible on all points of discipline.
He does not understand any favoritism,
and Victor Emmanuel says jestingly that
1 be has not credit enough to name a
drummer in his own army.' After Gen.
La Marmora tbo most conspicuous soldier
is Gen. Cialdini ; be is a small, well-
looking man, witb a quick and intelligent
eye, wears a great moustache and a beard
like the Chasseurs de Viucennes. He is
the only individual of the Italian army
to whom Gen. La Marmora permits this
eccentricity, for he himself is moustached
conformably to the regulations. Gen.
Cialdini is very popular in Italy, and
passes for a man of action and resource,
well knowing how to win his men and
give them all confidence. Tbe Italian
army possesses two other superior generals, Durando and Delia Rocca. The former is a veteran of Italian Independence,
and is esteemed by everybody; tbe latter,
the first aide-de-camp to the King, is a
man of about sixty, with white hair and
moDsincbes; both bein'g very distinguished oiiicers."
ICE CREAM
STRAWBERRIES 4ND CREAM.
|
All  the Delicacies   of  the
Season
A. W. PIPER'S,
GOVERNMENT    STREET,
OPPOSITE THE THEA1RE.
March 10, 1806 i, j
3STOTIOE,
MARTIN   BROS.,
IMPORTERS OF
Groceries and Provisions,
FIREPROOF BUILDING,
LATELY OCCUPIED BV L'BOTKLIER 4 Co,
•VCTKCAJRP      STREET
  JJ6
-TSTG'TIaE-
Big  Bend,  British    Columbia.
.TvttUSG THE MINING SB a SON, THE
XJ undersigned will be prepared to execute
surveys, and transact a general agency busl-
nsss at Big Bend. '
JOHN   MORUIS,
Jy i Civil Engineer.
-i _i u      ,, 	
Alhambra
BILLIARD SALOON,
CORKER fc'OVERVJlEST 11,0 nres SfS.
TJP-STAIRS.
tw
Entrance on Yates Street.
Joseph E. Penny,    ,   „
Theodore T. Penny, \  ProP™torS.
h 3iim
FACTS ra THEORIES-
" Give me a place to rest my lever on,"
says Archimedes, "and I will move the
world." " Give me pore and unadulterated
drugs," sajs Medicos, of tbe olden time,
"and I will cure disease."
In one sense, both of these learned pundits
were the veriest charlatans. Tbey knew there
was no place to rest their lever on, either to
move the world or cure disease. Mechanism
was in a backward state, and tbe medical profession was but another name for sorcery,
and all tbe adjuncts of magic filters and
charms of tba " evil eye," 4c.
But these latter days have borne unto us
something more than even superstition and
its crow ever dreaml of io tbeir maddest philosophy. In these days of practical science,
what was theory of yesterday ir fact to-day,
and all the old lime notions become as babbles
in tbe sun, and burst and break with every
breath we draw.
Let Archimedes shoulder his lever and we
will find a resting place for it to move tbe
world. Let mine ancient Medicus pant and
toil no more for the drugs be so sorely needs,
for we bare them at our band, ever ready to
serve them at his beck.
Refined in the laboratory of Dr. Magglel,
tbe finest materials known In tho medical pro
fession are obtainable bj any one. His
Hilliou., Dyipeptie, and Diarrhoea Pills stand
unrivalled, and bis Salve operates with magical effect upon burns, scalds, and all tores and
ulcers of the skin.
In fact, we think MaooiSL's Pillt and Salve
are tbe wonder of this century, and we are
happy in tbe thought that many others of our
brethren of the craft sgree with us. We would
earnestly counsel thai all families provide
themselves with Dr. Maggiel's Prepaiations at
once, and keep them ready at hand, to as to
use them at tbe most opportune time and as
occasion serves.— Valley Sentinel.
WARM WEATHER!
ICE!   ICE!   ICE!
A   LUXURY WITHIN THE  REACH   OF
all, supplied by
ALEX.    PHILLIPS,
FORT STREET,
To say nothing about Ginger Beer, Lemonade,
or Soda Water witb it.
Bctf Tho way to keep cool.
jys
REMOVAL.
The well known
—of—
J. L. JUNGERMAN,
Has been removed to his NEW STORE
IN  THE
Masonic   Buildings,
«OVKIlX!MENT   STREET,
VICTORIA, v. I. jy 2
WILLIAM   LYONS,
-and—
Commission     Agent,
On the Corner of
Wharf and .Johnson Streets.
jy3-lm
J. P. DAVIES & GO.,
AtTCTIONEBRS & COMMISSION MKH
CHANT,*)* salesroom, Fireproof Stone
Building, Wharf Street, near Yates.
Cash    Advances    on    Merchandise   for
Sale. -®| jy J
SAN FRANCISCO CIGAR STGRE.
JW If you Want the Finest tM
HAVANA  CIGAR
ON  THE PACIFIC  COAST,
CALL  ON
Augustus F.  Keyser,
Government street, adjoining  the San
Francisco Baths.
A PIHB  HEW ST00K JUST RECKVED.
  jy 3
•Mrs.   Hein
KEEPS   CONSTANTLY OX HAND  THE
latest fashions in
—AT—
Prices to Suit the Times,
GOVERNMENT    STREET,
Between Port and Bronghton. jy 5
New Advertisements.
RETRENCHMENT!
Wharf Street Superseded.
Stbresto letby Wholesale
or Retail!
QPLENDID LARGE STORKS MAY BE
i3 had- in Cavswell's Block, Corner of Fort
™i «ngl.ef, ltree,Bl at from *10 » month
apwar-d. All the Stores in the Block may be
let except one, whieh is now let at $45 ner
month. ™r
Apply to
a   n. .... JAMB8 0AB3WELL.
April 9,1866. j   j
EX   PIDELITER
A Choice Lot of Bacon
Ju«t  Arrived.
For Sale by
P.   Gilligan,
jy 2 STORE STREET.
ST.   LOUIS    COLLEGE
■VtriXsL    BE-OPBN
On Monday, 6th August,
\y 6-Im
Miscellaneous.
Miscellaneous.
A   Triumph   of    Science
THE LIGHT  OF   THE    WORLD
DR. MAGGIEL'S
PILLS   & SALVE.
These Life-giving remedies are now, tot the flr-t
time,given publicly to lb- it d. For over a iiuai ter
or a century of private practice the ingredients lntheso
Life-Giving Pills
Have been used with the greatest success. Their
mlsalon Is not on'y to prevent illseaso, but to cure
They scroll ou-. tbe various maladiea by v*hicb tho
patient la suffering, and re.invigorates the ailing
avatem. Ti the aged and infirm a few doses of these
valuablo PILLS will prove to be
A MX FODmiN OF TOOTH,
for In every case they add new life and vitality, and
■ estoro the wmlng energies to ihcir pristine suite. !■>
ihe jonng and mi idle »ged they will prnve moat In
valuitle, as a re.t.y, apoclflc and sterling mediolno.
i .re tea dream realized, that Ponoe.de-I.eoii songht
for three hundred year, ago, and never f.mnd. He
looked for a f untafn that wonld restore the old to
vigor and make youth ever
-A.U Eternal Spring !
It wu left for this day and hour to realise tho dream,
and show In one glorioua fact the magic that made
it fair.
THESE FAMOUS  REMEDIES
Cannot stir the Bight of years, but they can force baek,
an. hold aloof, diseases ihat mi l.t in .mph over the
ag»d and th. young. Let n-ne hesitate then, but
seize tho favorable opportunity tbat offera. When takeu
aa prescribed—
For SUilous Disorders
Nothing can b. mora production of cure than these
Pills—Thoir almost m.gle Influence la felt at once;
and the uaual cnncufuitanti of this moat distressing
dlaeaae are removed. These remedies aro made from
the purest
Vegetable compounds.
They will not harm the most delicate female and
car, he gl,en with good effect in described doses to
the youngest babe.
For Cutaneous .'Disorders
Andellerunttunsof Ihn skin, ihe* SALVE Is most Invaluable. It does n it heal externally alone, hut pine-
Intel with the most searching clients to the Very i-viot
»1iha evil
. DR. MAGGIEL'S PILLS
Invariably care the followln g Diseasos :
Asthma,
Bowel Complaints,
iCoughs,
Colds,
Cheat Dt'  .,
Costiveaess,
n.epepsiu.
Diarrhea,
Dront.y,
D./blllty,
  , _ F.Vi Jt and Ague.
Pemale Complaints.
UeaOache,
Indlg-stlon,
Iofliieiia,
Inflammation,
inward Weakness,
Llrer Complaint,
Lown.saof Bpirlti,
Ringworm,
Rheum »tisn,
ill lit lilieom,
Scalds,
Skin Diiea. «"■
.JBT NOTICE.—Vonegehi-lna without the engrave, r1
nMXSBf^SltfJ1^ "on J** tr box, signed by DR. J.
HAbGIUi, 48 Fulton street], hew York, to counterfeit
which la felony. '
aSTJ'iS^'Jfi, M«P«r'tnbl. Dealers in Mediclnea
throughout the Dnlted St tte« and Canada—at JS cents
per box or pot,
i '   '.  . . ...i    ,      i   ;; -    . ■
A. C. LrAngley & Oo.,
Agents for Vane oaver irf.and and British
Columbia.
hi
ROYAL
INSUKANCE
PIBE   <S*Z LIFE-
Capital, - - Ten Million Dollari
ESERVE   TO     MEET   LOB8B8
yive Million Dollars!
BAULKSTURNER, Esq., M 1'CHAIRMAN,   PERCY M
DOVE, HANA0EK.
This Company has now the largest Income for Fire
and Life Premiums of aoy Company In the world.
The undersigned, Agentsfor Vancouver island and
HrUie.li Columbia, return their particular thanks to tbe
public fur their patronage of the Royal since the opening of the agency, and also to the Victoria Firo Companion for their valuable services.
The Fire Branch.
Of this agency In 18»1 was nearly double that or 1863—
the risk In Victoria alone amounted k. |UOU,000.
The business of tlie.
Life Branch.
Has also largely Increased  alnee tbe  Dlrectori reduced
therataato the English standard,
Anderson & Oo
Store Street.
Agents for Vancouver Island and British  Columbia
few
THE GREAT  REMEDY  OF   THE
iGE.
riOLLOWAY'S OINTMENT.
Tbe   effect   ot the   Ointment   on    the
Syatem.
To the very coie and centre of all din-eases
which affect tbe human body, this remarkable
preparation penetrates. It disappears under
the friction of the hands, uu ealt disappears
when rubbed u,ion meat. Tbe unguent performs its healing errand rapidly, safely, aad
without pain. Simple eruptions, open sores,
bard tumors, scrofulous developments of all
kinds, abcesses, cancers, old wounes. and, in
fact, every species of inflammation and suppuration, whether in the skin, the flesh, tbe
glands, or among the muscles, can be nrresteb
in iti destructive oonrse, und permanently
cured without danger by rubbing in this inestimable Ointment.
Bad, l*eg», Bad  Breasts,; Sores,   and
Ulcere.
Tn many Hospitals in Kurope this celebrated
remedy is now used for tbe cure of old wounds,
sores, and ulcers; in Spain and Portugal, and
in many parts of Italy, tbe first Physicians re-
regular)y prescribe its use. It is a Bovereigr
remedy for bad breasts and bad legs; and likewise for all skin.diseases. It is to be found in
tbe chest of nearly every sailor, soldier, and
emigrant.
lmnrurlenr.ica   of   Youth ; — Sore,   and
Ulcere.
The above class of complaints ia surely re
noved by nightly fomenting tho parts witt
»nrm water, and then by most effectually rub
oing in this Ointment. Persons suffering frou
these direful complaints should lose not a mo
ment in arresting their progress. It should bt
understood that it is not sufficient merely to
smear tbe Ointment on the affected parts, bul
it must be well rubbed in for some considerabli
time two or tbree times a day, that it may be
taken into the system, whence it will romov.
only hidden sore or wound as effectually a.
though it were palpable to the eye. Bread and
water poultices, after tbe rubbing in of th
Ointment, will do great service. This is th.1
only proper treatment for females in cases ci
cancer in tho stomach, or for those who suffrt
from a general bearing down.
Fllei, Flslulua, Stricture*.
Hotches, aa also swellings, can with certainly
be radically eured if tbe Ointment be used
freely, and the Pills be taken night and morn,
ing aa recommended in the printed instructilons
When treated in any ot her way these complaint,
Dnly dry up In ene place to break out in an-
itber; whereas this Ointment will remove the
buinor from the system, and leavo the pation
t vigorous and healthy being. It will requin
•ime, aided by the use of the Pills, to ensure
astlng cure,
Dlutherla,  Broachltle, Soie   Throat.,
Any of tho above class of diseases may be
^ured by well rubbing the Ointment three
.imes a day upon the skin covering the throat,
chest, and neck ol tbe pationt. Tbe unguent
will soon penetrate tbe pores and give immediate relief. To allay tbe tever and lessen the
influmation, eight or ten Pills should be taken
night and morning. The Ointment will produce perspiration, whieh is so essential for
remo7ing fevers, sore throats, and those oppressions of the chest which arise from
Asthma, Bronchitis, and other causes.
Both the Ointment and Pilli ehould
be uacd In the following Caeca ■
3adLegs
Bad Breasts
Burns
Bunions
Bite nf Moichetoea
and Send-Fllei
oco-bay
Ohlego-foot
Shllblains
Chapped Hand.
and
Corna (Corns)
Cancers
Contracted
Klin Joints
Elephantiasis
Fistulas
Soil
Glandular    Swell
Hdgi
Lumbago.
Piles
Rheumatism
Scalds
Sore Nipples
Snre Throat
Skin dlseae
Scurvy
Sore heads
Tumors
Dicers
Wounds
Tews
goi'd at tlie Establishment ol   Propssiob Hollow a
Mil, .strand, (nenr Temple Bai), London ; also by a
.■eapncthblo Druggists tnd Healers In Mediclnea through
ant the ci villled World, at the following prices    Is. 1 Wi
1. 9d. Is Id., lis,, 12., and 83s., each Pot.
%«   There) a a conlldorable saving by taking the largu
I-8"*
H II. —Directions for the guidance of Patients  in evei
disorder are allied to each Pot.
Miscellaneous.
EXPRESS LINE STAGES.
rpHB COACHES OP THIS LINE WILL
J. now run regularly, leaving Yale, B. C
on
Monday*,
Wednesday",
And Fridays,
AT 7, A. M.,
FOR    HAVANA'S     IIKRV.
(Big Bend Route), until the completion of tb*
road, wben tbey will go to Havana's Ferry,
Tbe Coach for Cariboo will leave Yale on
Monday.
Jy a F. J. BARNARD.
ALWAY & BAYLEY
Licensed Auctioneers
—AMD-
COMMISSION   MERCHANTS
Storage to Forwarding
YALE, B. O.
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVING THE ONLY
Fire Proof Warehouse at Yale,  parties
hipping by   the  Yale,   Lytton  Route,   may
rely upon all goods marked to our care, being
promptly dispatched  to tbeir destination at
moderate rateB.
ALWAY* BAYLEY
hi
THE ONE THING   WANTED.
HOLLOWAY'S PILLS.
Tbe Blood.
These famous pills are so composed tha
they operate wholesomely on tbe stomach, the
liver, the bowtls, and other organs; by correcting any derangements in tbeir functions,
whereby a steady supply of pure materials tor
tbe renewal of tbe Blood is furnished, and a
constant abstraction of effete products is effected. This perfect circulation thus becomes
the very fountain of health and life, nnd overcomes all form of disease wherever its situation.
General Disorders of (he l.iver
and Stomach.
All who ever indulge at table, either in eats
ing or drinking, should take about ten of Ihes-
(amous pills at bed time, from which will ree
suit a clear head and good stomach the fallowing morning. Thousands of Ladies are always complaining of sick headaches, want ol
appetite, want of energy, and want of strength,
to correct all these evils, three or four of these
Pills should be taken twice a week, when they
would give tbe invalid the health anil appetite
of a ploughman.
Females of all Agon and < iim«. *.
Obstructions of any kind, either in young
or those between forty and fifty—the most critical petiod of life—may be radically removed
by using these Pills according to the printed
directions which accompany each box. Youn|
persons with sickly and sallow complexions
may have tbe bloom of health restored by thic
corrective, which puri6es the blood and expels all gross and impure humors from I lie system. Beware then of the critical age iron
forty to fitly, as it sends many thousands to
premature grave,—these Pills should be takei
it that period of lile two or three times a
icek
Want  of Strength and .Energy-
Persons of sedentary habits, or those troubled in mind, working in Factories or Coal
Pits, wbo cannot obtain tbat amount oi fresh
air and exercise which nature requires, suffer
from weakness and delility, lowness of splrils
and want of appetite. All such should <nke i
Jose or two of these Pills every three or foui
days, as they act gently and effectually on the
system and impart vigor and energy to tho
body, which is always followed by a good
appetite, sound and refreshing sleep, and a
high flow of spirits.,
For the Cure of Dfopgy.
The efficacy of Holloway'a Pills in Dropsy
is extraordinary. They act witb such a peculiar effect upon the system, that the fluid'
causiug tbid direful complaint, nre pereeptlbl
carried off and prevented from any furthei
accumulation. The snfferer regains a buoyancy of spirits and rejoices in a completely
renovated coustitution. It Is indispensably
necessary that the Ointment should be most
effectually rubbed into the complaining pari*,
during the whole course of treatment.
Children and their Allmente.
In no country in tbe world are more children
carried to an early grave than in Great Britain.
CougliB, Measles, Scarlatina, Fevers, and other
diseases attack the little sufferers, and death,
but too often, follows at a rapid pace; yet if,
at tbe first stage of these oomplaints, parents
were to havo recourse to Holloway's Pills, all
danger would be avoided ; for the stomach
and bowels would be gently but effectually
cleansed by this mild aptrient; the depraved
humors corrected and tbe secretions dnly regulated. A perfect cure would loon be effected, and tbe little patient restored to soon*'
health.
Holloway' Pillt are the beat known remedy in abt
world for the following diseaaea:
Sold at the Establishment of Professor Holloway, 241)
Strand, (near Temple Bar,) L nilnn ; airy* by all respect
ahle Drugnisle and Dealers in Uonicinea throughout ths
civilized world,at the following prices—Is. 1^., 5. ed.,
In. Gil., 1 Is., 22s., and 83s. each box.
Ague
Aathma
Billioue Complaints
Blotches   on   the
Skin
Bowel complaints
Colics
Constipation of the
Bowels
Con sum] lion
Dehility
Dropsy'
Dysentry
Erysipelas
Female Irregular
itles
Fever of all kinds
Fits
Boat
Head Ache
Indigestion
Inflammation
Jaundice
Liver Complaints
Lumbago
Piles
Rheumatism
Retention ef Urine
Scrofu'aorKings
Evil
Sore Throats
Stone and Grave]
Secondary Symptoms
Tlc-Doloreux
Tumors
Ulcere
Venereal     alloc
tiona
Worms    o f   a
kinds
Weakness     from
whatever cause
V There is a considerable aavlug by taking ths
arger 8i7.es.
Directions for the guidance of patients In every diaor
der are affixed to each box.
pRMTxn and Published by McClob*' k Co., a*
the office, Langley Street.
ii toning   Cel.egrapjr.
i
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SUNDAY MORNING, JULY 15, 1666.
THE lit'TV OF THE ASSEMBLY.
When we wrote our summary of the
House proceedings on Friday, we little
thought tbat tbe resolutions in answer to
Governor Kennedy's message would have
failed to pass. But it seems one member
after another left tbe House, until at
length there were but five members present Messrs. Young, Dickson, DeCosmos,
Helmcken and Pidwell, beside the chairman,  Dr. Trimble.     These could have
carried the resolutions through in time to
be lent to  Kngland by the steamer on
Jdonday, but Mr. DeCosmos and Mr. Pidwell left, and the committee, having then
no quorum, was obliged to break up.   We
cannot regard the result as other than a
misfortune, for His Excellency's charges
against tbe Honse are certain to be transmitted by  the Sierra Nevada, and it is
highly  desirable   tbat   their   refutation
should go by the same  mail    Wo hope
we shall  not  have  to  chronicle similar
neglect of duty on the part of the members to-morrow.   The subject is one that
cannot well be overrated ; for the interests
of tbe country as well as tho reputation of
the Assembly ure involved in the result.
If His Excellency be allowed to blackon
the character of our representative House,
and inferentially that of the inhabitants,
the sooner we cease to have a representative  body the better.   We  shall show
ourselves only fit for the serfdom of a
Crown colony.   If the members of Ihe
Assembly, however, are capable of rising
above personal  feeling—if   they  believe
that tbe time has come when the interests
of tbe country should be supreme, they
will proceed tomorrow to place on record
the  relative actions of His  Excellency
Governor Kennedy and the House of Assembly, and show to Her Majesty's Government how much the latter have beep
belied.   They will have to do more.  They
are requirtd, by the welfare of the colony,
aud we believe by almost tbe entire population, to request Hor Majesty to remove
Governor Kennedy and his official advisers from all connection with tbe Government of "Vancouver Island.   It mast
be clear to every person whojjas watched
tbe  political   situation  daring the   last
twelvemonthe, that either the people or the
Governor must leave the Island.   While.
however, a comparatively speaking small
ifum would take away His Excellency, the
removal of the population, although it is
going on at a rate that promises only too
speedy desolation, is a more expensive and
cumbrous remedy, and therefore cannot
be thought of as an urgent political expedient.   It is our doty as prudent people
to accomplish results with the least possible waste, and tbe most economic process
to relieve the Island of many of its serious
disabilities is the one we have suggested.
Governor Konnedy has shown that he
has no more affinity with  the  people of
this colony than oil has with water.   We
are willing enough   to give   him  every
credit. We believe as a private gentleman,
—as a man representing the  refinement
and affability of good society—he ib everything that could  bo desired ; but as a
Governor of a colony and a people such
as ours, ho is undoubtedly the " wrong man
in the wrong place."   We say this regretfully.   We would much rather uphold
His Excellency, if we could legitimately,
than denounce him as  an enemy  to  the
public welfare, but we believe we are prescribing the course most beneficial lo tho
colony, and in all probability most agreeable to himself—for no man can be happy
who has not the good will of his fellow-
men—when we say Her Majesty should
be requested to give us a new Governor.
It is not only, however, the Governor who
requires to  be changed.   So long as we
have officials like those who have nrged
or assisted His Excellency to get into his
numerous difficulties with the inhabitants,
we shall be little better off under ariy new
regime.   If we are to progress at all, nnd
if public confidence  is   to exist in the
country, we   must  commence  with   the
tabula rasa—with the clean slate.
The resolutions which were before the
House on Friday, we have previously
stated were rather long, bnt they expressed
pretty correctly the general views of tbe
House, and answered effectually Governor
Kennedy's assertions. We are well aware
that in dealing with all the questions
raised in His Excellency's communication,
and in placing the Assembly in a correct
position before the Home Government, the
House cannot confine itself to a sheet of
foolscap, but a good cause cannot be
stated too tersely. At all events we
hope every member will be in attendance
to-morrow, and make it the decisive day
of the session. It is quite evident things
cannot go on in their present groove ;
a change, and that the most radical, is
required ; and the quicker it is brought
about the better. Every day is only
driving tbe popnlatiou from the country
and disgusting them with British rule ; ou
national, therefore, as well as colonial
grounds, It is our duty to demand of the
Imperial authorities a new Governor aud
a new system of Government.
~THE KEW4.
The " back despatches '' which we
publish today announce Prussian defeats with losses of guns, but our last
night's despatches give us European dates
to July 1st, and announce Prussian
victories and Austrian defeats. There
appear to have been three or four battles
fought, but as the places are all contiguous to each other on the confines of Silesia and Bohemia, it is evident that the
buttles, occurring as they did almost simultaneously, were between the different corps
of the same armies. The latest telegrams
are Prussian accounts, which liko the
Austrian ones must be taken with some
allowance ; but there is no doubt the
Prussians were successful at both Glatz
and Trsntenau, and that the Austrians
lost heavily in dead and in prisoners.
Our English despatches show Lord Derby
still trying to form a Ministry, bnt
failing to obtain the co-operation of any
of the leading Whigs or Liberals.—
His Cabinet is therefore doomed, and
Gladstone is certain to come into power
again as Premier with an overwhelming
majority at bis back. The threatening
aspect of the masses in London on the
Reform question only bears out what we
predicted a few days ago, and promises
anything but peace if the European war
coutinueB and the House of Commons
persists in shutting its ears to the political
wants of the working classes.
New Advertisements.
JSTOTIOE
Ship Mohawk, Capt* Davis, from London
NBITHEK   THE    CAPTAIN    NOK
the undersigned will be respon-
    sible for any debts that may be contracted by the crew of the above ship.
jy!5 HENRY NATHAN.
For San Francisco Direct
rpHE NEW AND FAST SAILING SCHOON-
-1    er
MIILSrEIR'V.A.,
To sail on or about the first of August.
For Freight or Passage, apply to
E. B. MARVIN,
jyl3 Wharf street.
HERMAN  SHULTZ,
—AT—
His Well Known and Old Established
Stand
The Government st, Boot Store,
Has just received per steamer
A   FINE   ASSORTMENT   OF
Ladies' and   Children's   Shoes,
Which ho offers at a very low price.
England and
an  rrancisco
BOOTS
Receives by each steamer from
San  Francisco
<3c    SHOES
FINEST   AND  BEST QUALITY,
FRENCH   LEATHER,
—AND—
SHOE     FINDINGS,
At prices to correspond with the times.
h ia	
R B ls£. O y .A. L-
The well known
JEWELRY ESTABLISHMENT.
— OF—
J.  L.  JUNGERMAN,
Has been removed to his NEW STORE
IN   THE
Masonic   Buildings,
flOVERHHEIIT   STREET,
VICTORIA. V, I.
jy a
New Advertisements.
J.    SPENCER,
HOUSE AND SHIP
PLU l^L  BER,
Gas-fitter and Bell-hanger,
Corner Yates and Government streets
All branches of the above business practically done witb nratnrss and despatch, ai
charges to correspond with the times.
A. & ¥. WILSON,
House and Ship Plumbers
GASFITTERS,
BELL-HANGERS & TINSMITHS
I     FORT   STRBET.
All ordern promptly attended to
hi
the c. 0. & m. s. n. company's
stea:ives:h:i:p
rL.U--iv.-iT;
SIERRA  NEVADA,
JOSEPH   WILLIAMS,  Commander,
Will   Sail
SAN FRANCISCO DIRECT,
— ON —
Monday,  tie   16th  July,
AT   9   A.   M.
For freight or passage, apply on board or to
JOHN P. COTJOH,
Agent C.   0. k M. S. N. Co.
For Sale Ex Camden,
Hostetler, Boeker, and Angosiura^Bltters,
Oregon Cider In bbls. and eases*,
Claret In casks, half-casks and cases,
Banterne and California White Wine,
French Alcohol 90 O.P.,
Eug. <liquid, iiuiuiii and Bollenger Champagne,
Snd In Store a floe assortment of Brandy
and Liquors suitable for the Trade.
new Depot of Havana Cigars.
jy 6
EUGENE THOMAS,
Yates street.
Queen Charlotte Coal Minin   Co
(LIMITED.)
Notice of Meeting.
mHE THIRD ORDINARY MEETING OF
J. Shareholders of tbis Company will be held
in the office of tho Company, corner Broad and
Trounce streets, on Wednesday the 18th day
of July instant, at 11 o'clock sharp,to receive
quarterly report and transact general business.
i J. S. WILLIS, Secretary.
Corner Broad and Trounce sts.,
July 8th, 18C0. jy 16-td
$50   REWARD.
THE ABOVE REWARD WILL BE PAID
to any person recovering the money and
Deposit Receipt for $900 on tho Bank of
British North America, stolen from the Coal
Pit at Nanaimo on Wednesday, July 4th.
GEORGE WALSH,
jy9 3w# Nanaimo.
RED LION HOTEL,
GOVERNMENT STREET.
riiHE   ABOVE-NAMED   HOTEL   HAVING
X  been opened by
JOE      EDEN,
He will be  happy to  meet his  friends  on all
occasions, and will furnish them with
tbe best of
Wine?] LiquorSj Ale, Porter, &c>
and Cigars*
BOARD AND LODGING PER DAY $1.
Bagatelle and Skittles.
Call and see the establishment.     JOE presides and keeps order. jy 10
ICE  CREAM
STRAWBERBISS AND CREAM.
All tne Delicacies  of the
Season
—AT—
A. W. PIPER'S,
GOTEmVMErVT    STREET,
OPPOSITE THE THEA1RB.
March 16, 1866 jy J
REMOVAL!
Tho Business of
THOMAS WILSON k CO.
Re-coumienced    on
MONDA.Y,    JUNE    19th|
In their New and Commodious Store in
MASONIC     HIsA-LIEi,]
GOVERNMENT      STREET,
(Opposite tbe Bank of British Columbia,)
WITH   THEIR   USUAL
WELL-ASSORTED    STOCK'
IN CLUDIN G
Goods received by last steamer, and comprising Silks, Shawls, Printed]
Cambrics and Dress Materials of every description;   Long
Cloths, Sheetings and Quilts;   Velvets, Tweeds,
Lace Curtains, Damasks, Reps, Chintzes,
Gents', Ladies'and Children's
Hosiery and Gloves;
Trimmings, &c.
jy 3
BEE HIVE  IOTELJ
FORT    STREET,
VIGTOBIA,    V.   I.
EDWARD   fL   THQH4tS9
Proprietor
"ALWAYS    ON   HAND."
jy 2
LONDON    HOUSE,
May Mh, 1866.
Our Importations for tlio present season are now
completo by arrivals por EXPRESS tbis morning,
and tbo extensive shipments now landing from the
EASTERN CHIEF
Our DRESS, MANTLE, SILK, Sll AWL, 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.
hi
LONDON FIRM,
J. P. Tunstall Oo.
VICTORIA, T. I.,
J. H. Turner & Co.
TOBACCO PLANT
ARRIVAL OF ANOTHER CARGO FROM
Virginia & Cuba,
VIA   ASPlNWALL,
Of (he Blest Celebrated Brandt of
TOBACCO   &  SEGARS
EVER IMPORTED
Samples can be had at the " ADELPH!,"
corner Yates and Government streets.
I also carry on the business at my OLD
STAND on JOHNSON STREET and WAD-
DINGTON ALLEY.
r. CAIIPBELL,
jy2 ADELPHI SEGAR STORE.
THEATBE
Photographic Mallei
(UP  STAIRS).
1
HIS GALLERY, LONG AND FAVOi
ably known to Victorians and Strang'
has facilities in the way of light, materii
4c, and the experience of the proprietor
ables him to furnish Cartes de Visite, Ami
types, and photographic work ot supr:|
finish unequalled by any other house in to'
and at as low prices as other establiI
ments charge for common and inft'j
pictures—in fact at prices to suit the tii
Cartes de Visite, - - $5 per BJ
Out door work attended to  at short not
and on the most reasonable terms.
GEORGE    ROBINSON,
jy 6 Propriety] (gimmrg   £.ekgrapjj.
SUNDAY MORNING, JULY 15, 1866.
COMMERCIAL.
■ IIII'PINU   IMEbl.llitM 1'..
PORT OF VICTOKIA.  MMOVVsfla    ISLASII.
MNTEUE1).
July 14— Ship Mohawk, Davis, London
Mark Kvelyu Wood, Wylie, London
Bark Onward, Tibbetts, .Sun Francisco.
Per ship EVELYN WOOD, from London—
100 CI btrr, 1 cs perfumed spirits, 14 i|i csks
whits wine, 3 cs apparel, 1 cs books, 16 cs
pickles, 6 cs preserve i meat, 2 cs ur-ierved
milk, 1 ex effects, 4 cs cot'.on goods, 100 bxa
near candles, 6 bxs apoihec '.ry, iiu tons telegraphic wire, 411 bars II bills iron, 2 cs hard
ware, 5 cs eflects, 2 cs books, 4 us hats, '.I cs
linen, 1 cs colored cotton, 2 cs wool and cotton,
1 cs colored linen, 2 cs millinery, 1 cs colored
cotton, 1 cs wool and cotton, 2 cs wbitu cotton,
60 cs rod wine, 1 bf opparel, 100 bxs slear
candles, 4 cs drugs, 7 cs haberdashery, 2 cs
printed cotton.
Per ibip MOHAWK, from London-784 cs
bottled beer. 2# hhds beer, 34 ci raisins, 2 cs
sugar, 870 cs 20 qr csks and 5 puns geneva,
231 cs 16 puns tlniisli spirit, 500 cs 43 qr csks
Brandy, 226 cs 13 qr csks white wine, 10 puns
20 hhds rum, 8 qr ciks red wine, 1 ci tobacco,
10 cs plums, 18 cs apparel, 1 elk earthenware,
2 cs carriages, 2 ca saddlery, 8 cs effects, 2 cs
haberdashery, 56 bis woollc.s, 4 bis manu.
factured goods, 1 cs 1 bbl hosiery, 4 csks fuse,
i cs hardware, 5 cs agricultural machinery,
I cs oattneal, 3 cs 21 bis paper, 4 es 1 ble cottons, 20 bis corks, 20 cs sardines, 580 bdls
1675 bars 160 plates iron, 18 cs pickles, 69 cs
oilmen's stores, 3 cs school slates, 13,000 coils
telegraph wire, 2 csks ink, 1 harmonium, 14 es
yellow metat sueathing, 3 cs nails, 3 cs scales,
20 hf hhds 20 qr cs vinegar, 10 es bottles, 14
cs nutrnens, kc, 15 ingots tin, 1 hrl bar tin, 1
cs wood oars, 8 cs millinery, 200 bxs stearine,
200 bxs composition candles, 35 trunks boots
andshoel, 13 cs baggage, :)7 cs chocolate, 1 cs
seeds, 3 cs liuen thread, 3 bales fishing line*,
12 bales blankets, 3 csks luccaoil, 1 cs 3 bis
hemp twine, 6 bis canvas, 2 cs coffee mills, 8
cs sauces, 23 pgs apothecary, 8 cs salad oil, 9
cs preserved provisions, 1 cs dressed leather.
Perschr INDUSTRY, from Ilurrard Inlet—
27 M feet lumber to K lirodrick.
< o\sii;\i:i;s.
Per ship EVF.LYN WOOD, from London—
P Houghton, Janion, Green & Rhodes, Hibben
& Carswell, Henderson k Burnaby, Wilson 4
Murray, E Stamp, W Fisher, (i C Clarkson, M
T Johnson, Sproat k Co, Fellows, Roscoe k
Co, J Wilkie k Co, Wm Scarby, Rev E Cridge,
Western Union Telegraph Co.
Per ship MOHAWK, Irom ' ondon—Hibbcn
k Carswell, Janion, Green k Rhodes, Mrs C
Bayley, Anderson k Co, Bishop of Columbia, J
D Pemberton, E Miles, Captain Franklin, Gov
Seymour, A T Bushby, Berrin Barnett, J R
Holmes, 1 S Helmcken, N E Solomon, Wilson
k Murray, Forest, J Abadnder, liy Nathan,
Findlay k Durham, Board of Management, H
B Co, Western Union Telegraph Co, Dickson,
Campbell k Co, O Langley & Co, H P P,
Crease, W H Franklin, Jay k Co, Henderson
k Burnaby, Fellows, Roscoe k Co, M W T
Drake, Chief Justice Needham, Siffken Bros k
Co, John Wilkie k Co, Bishop Designali, New
Westminster, Wm Andean, C S Nichol.
From San Francisco.—The Western Union
Telegraph Company's bark Onward, Capt.
Tibbett, arrived yesterday morning at one
o'clock from San Francisco. She brings 25
employees of the company, who are under the
charge of Lieut. J. Leet, nnd will proceed in a
few days in the Onward to Petropolawski,
where they will be employed iu the construction of the line. Eight of the party are telegraph operators, and will be stationed along
the line as it is constructed. The Onward Vill
Allobar'gB about 50 tons of freight for the use
of the parties cousuucliug the lino through
British Columbia. She will then take on
board about 200 tons of the wire which has
Juit arrived per Mohawk and Evelyn Wood
from London.
Oca Newspapers Abroad—Wc are occa-
lionally reminded, with all our isolation, that
we are not completely unknown beyond contiguous countries. Oftentimes foreign newspapers from distant places come to us with
Vancouver Island or British Columbia news,
aud frequently criticisms on tho country and
its institutions. The following paragraph wo
see in a Fort Wayne paper, published in Indiana, and called the Daily Gazette :
"Enolish Paper.—Wearo indebted to Bcnj.
Saunders, Esq., for a copy of tho " Daily British Colonist "—a paper published at Victoria,
Vancouver's Island. It is a large and rather
fine looking eight column paper. It seems to
have a liberal patronage, as more than three
founhs of it aro filled with advertisements.
Its reading matier cousisis of two or three
columns of spicy local and a single editorial
on the second page—Tho American Crisis—a
well written article.
Litter raoM French Creek.—Mr. Wilson
of Fort Street received last night a letter from
bis partner, Mr. Murray, from French Creek,
dated June 30th. The writer says " things
look very bud on French Creek at present;
there are only about 150 men on the crack,
and about ten claims that aro paying anything
of any account. There aro some first-class
houses put up here but I don't know what
they will do unless things improve. There is
one bakery with a hotel here, but they don't
■ell much. Unless something is struck soon
the place will be deserted "
The Fideliter-Alexandra Case—The jury
in this case returned a verdict in favor of the
Fideliter for $6100, which, deducting the sum
realized by the sale of the Alexandra, leaves
$2193, with costs, yet to bo paid. The jury
attributed tie sinking of the Fideliter to the
fact of tbe valves in her water-tight bulkheads
being open. Seven of the jury concurred in
the verdict, one being in favor of a larger
sum. We understand tbat the plaintiffs are
determined to appeal the case.
Return Cricket Match.
Tbe return match between the Victoria
Cricket Club and the Fleet, came off yesterday on the new Beacon Hill ground. The
ground, which is much better than the old
one, was marked out by red flags, and a marquee for the scorers and for refreshments was
erected. Tbe Naval Eleven consisted of the
fallowing gentlemen : Messrs. Donner, Hill,
Levett, Card, Saville, Macuulay, Tom, Jer-
main, Hyue, Ralph and Turner. Tho Victoria Eleven were Messrs. Cbas. Clarke (captain), Richardson, Howard, W.illace, Barnett,
Callingliam, Joe Wilson, Fowler, Plnniui'T,
Whitiaker and Bacon. Mr. Mohuu acted u
umpire for Victoria und Corporal Lawrence for
the Fleet. Tho game commenced at 11 o'clock
by the Fleet winning the toss and lending
their opponents to the field. Messrs. Hill ami
Donner took the bats first to the bowling of
Bacon aud Richardson, Clarke wicket-keeper.
Tbeir wickets soon fell however for 2 runs
and duck-egg respectively, and they were succeeded by Card and Sergt. Levett, who ma Ic
ihe two best scores of the innings, viz., 19
each, followed by Mr. Saville for 12. The
bowling of Messrs. Richardson and Bacon
was very destructive, the former tukiug 5 ami
the latter 4 wickets, the Innings closing for
a score of 80, including 10 byes and wides.
The Victorians now took their bats sending
in Messrs. Joe Barnett and Wallace, to Ihe
bowling of Messrs. Tom and Ralph. Some
very fine play now ensued, Wallace sending
Ralph.,' balls all over the field and running
up ft splendid score of 29, when Ralph was
changed for Hyne, and shortly after Wallace
succumbed to a fine ball from lorn. Burnett
who meanwhile by steady careful play ran up ft
score of 17. Wallaco was replaced by W'hit-
takcr, who however lost his stumps to Tom's
third bull. Richardson followed, but Turn's
first ball took his leg stump and he retired
wilh a duck-egg. The bowling here wes
splendid, four overs being delivered with only
3 runs. Fowler took Richardson's place and
a few singles wero made, besides several byes,
but very little could be done against such
bowling and at length Baruett relinquished
his willow to a shooter from Tom and retired
with a score of 20 : eight overs and only 0
runs. Clarke came next, but put up his third
ball into the hands of Card. The remaining
wickets fell thick and fast and the Eleven returned with a score of 94, including 32 byes
and wides, leudingthc Fleet by 14. Afier the
first wicket fell the field adjourned to Lusch's
Park Hotel where a very excellent lunch was
spread.
After a brief pause the Blcet went in for
their second innings. Our space will not
allow us to go into tbe details of this Innings;
the Navy went in for slasbiug play, determined
to retrieve their siuking fortunes, and made
some fine hits, chief among which was u. tremendous swipe by Tom quite off the field into
the fern, scoring 7 runs. The wickets fell
rapidly, however, before the fine bowling of
Richardson and Bacon, tho last going down
for a score of 55, including 8 byes and wides.
Tho Victorians then took tho willow confident
of easy success, which they obtained with the
loss of four wickets, Richardson making line
and rapid play for 14, when he was run out.
Below we give the score, kindly furnished
us by Mr. E. R. Thomas, who acted or the
Victoria Club, Mr. Vealo scoring for tht
Fleet.
THE FLEET—1st INNINGS.
Donnor, b Bacon    0
Hill, b Richardson   2
Levett, b Richardson 19
Card,   b  Richardson 19
Saville, b Bacon 12
Macaulay, b Bacon  2
Tom, b  Bacon  5
Jermain, ct Clarke, b Bacon  1
Hyne,  b Richardson  2
Ralph, not out  0
Turner,  b  Richardson  2
Byes 	
Wides ....
Leg Byes
Total.
2nd INNINGS.
Ralph,  b Richardson  9
Donner, c Callingham, b Bacon  4
Hill, b Richardson  0
Levett, c Plummer, b Richardson  7
Card, c Wallace, b Richardson  0
Saville, b Bacon  1
Macaulay,  b Richardson   0
Tom, b Richardson 11
Jermain,  b Bacon  5
Turner, b Bacon  6
Hyne, not out  4
Byes   3
Wides   3
Leg Byes   2
Total.
Grand total  135
VICTORIA-Ist INNINGS.
Wallace, b Tom 29
Barnett, b Tom  20
Wuittakor,  b Tom  0
Richardson, b Tom  0
Fowler, b  Tom   5
Clnrkc, ct Card, b Hyue   1
Bacon, bit wicket   5
Wilson,   b Hyne  2
Howard, 1 b w, b Hyne  0
Callingham,  b Tom  0
Byes  20
Leg byes  5
Wides   7
Total
..94
2nd INNINGS.
Barnett,  b Tom  1
Plummer, b Tom  3
Whittakcr, b Tom  4
Wallace, b Hyne  1
Richardson, run eut 14
Fowler, not out  5
Clarke, not out  4
Byes  3
Wides  6
Leg byes  2
Total
Grand total  137
The " Pacific Appeal."—This organ of a
portion of the colored people in San Francisco
has, after a several months trance, been resuscitated, and comes out in an enlarged shape.
Mr. Freeman is agent for Victoria.
TUE   < titI1IOO   DEPITATIO.V
Through the kinu. ■-.Laumeiitcr
aud McLaren we are placed in  possession of
Mr. Birch's reply to the miners deputation :
GoVMaTafsTaTT   11'iC'E, 1
New Westjilvsieb, 5th Jaly, IMS. /
Gentlemen :—In compliance wilh your
request I have the honor lo acknowledge iu
writing the resolutions emanating from a public meeting held at Iticlihcld on ihe 23d uit.,
aid which I received Irom you personally on
the 3d instant.
The only resolution it is BfceMsUy or doiir-
ablc lor me to refer to is thai moved by Mr.
Maclaren, and seconded by Mr. I'erreit, in
v* Inch the meeiiig urges tbe necessiiy for the
ustabli-mroent uf a Court of Appeal. Thii is
a subject that bus lung lioM claimed my attention, mill 1 am aw.tre iheru is no one more
anxious for the change thai Mr. Justice Degbie.
Provision has beea made iu the estimates for
the creation of a second Judge. The reason
that has caused delay in tin appolBtflsMt is
my knowledge of the desire of Her Majesty1!
Government to unite British Columbia and
Vancouver Island wltbeat delay. By the
amalgamation ol the Court! ol these Colonies
a Court of Appeal will be directly established.
It is some months since I brought this subject before Her Majesty s Government, and I
may hope very shortly to bo in possession of
the views of the rienretary of Slate Until
then I should not consider myself justified in
creating a fresh appointment.
I must take this the first opportunity which
has presented itself of expressing my regret
that for the last two seasons the mining community of Cariboo h,ve not considered it to
their interest to cont cue the Mining Board
established in 1862, but have preferred rather
by petitions and public meetings, necessarily
hastily convened, to represent matters of much
importance and requiring the most careful
aud attentive consideration of those who
should have the confidence of the miners at a
properly constituted Mining Board.
I would suggest to you, as representing the
miners of Cariboo, that a new .Mining Board
should be at once selected to consider any
alteration in the existing mining laws which
the majority of the miners may deem advisable.
1 can assure you that any suggestions emanating from su"h a body shall receive every
possible consideration. I am, moreover, of
opinion that a well selected Mining Board
would be able to prevent much vexatious litigation under the powers defined in part eleven
of the Mining Law of 1865.
I shall hope to visit Cariboo during tbe
season, nnd shall be prepared to give every
attention to any representations which may
be made to me on the spot.
I have the honor to be,
Gentlemen,
Your obedient servant,
Arthur N, Birch.
Messrs. Lauineistcr and Maclaren.
The "Evening Telegraph" is the name
of a neat little piiper published in Victoria,
and of which Leonard McClure, Esq., late of
the Colonist, is editor. The " salutatory " is
bold aud clear, but fails to indicate with any
degree of definiteness the political creed of
the writer, although it may not be unfair to
assume that Mr. McClures sudden change
editorially, has in no way altered his political views, kso long and so ably advocated through the columns of the Colonist. Although wo differ very much with
our contemporary upon several important
points, and although we could wish to
see his talents applied to a better use than
endeavoring to force an unjust und one-sided
union upon this colony, yet we experience a
sincere pleasure in welcoming Mr. McCluro
back to that position he is so well qualified to
fill, aad we feel assured that, under his management, the Evening Tklegrapu will soon
become the leading journal of tho colony.—
British Columbian.
While feeling obliged to our contemporary
for his rather flattering notice, which is much
above our deserts, we bog to assure him that
wc have no desire to sec a one-sided union,
much less to force one ou the sister colony.
Any union that is not mutual cannot be lasting.	
The Sierra Nevada will leave New Westminster this morning, and may bo expected
here in the afternoon. She will anchor in
tho Roads and sail for Sun Francisco on Monday at 9 a. m.
From New Westminister.— Tho steamer
Alexandra arrived down last evening at 6.30,
with,20 passengers. She brought down an
immense number of fresh salmon from the
Frnser.
For Nanaimo.—The ship Kiviore arrived in
tho Roads from San Francisco yesterday afternoon en route to Nanaimo. Tho Sir James
Douglas towed her up this morning.
Governor Seymour.—Among tho imports
by the ship Mohawk, just arrived from London, wo observe 3 hhds, 21 cases und 13 casks
addressed to His Excellency Governor Seymour. This docs not look ns if His Excellency
was not to return lo his position.
Telegraph Material—Tho bark Evelyn
Wood bringB for the Western Union Telegraph
Company 25 miles submarine cable, with iron
tank littiugs and force pump, and 28UG bdls.
telegraph wire. The ship Mohawk also brings
5069 coils of wire.
Arrived at Last.—By special telegram
received here yesterday morning we learn that
the steamer Josio MoNear arrived iu Seattle all
right.
The U.S. Lincoln came into the harbor
yesterday afternoon with mails for the San
Francisco steamer.
the s a»i:..n t:u case.
To the Editor of the Evening Telegraph.
—This protracted and painful case was
brought to a close ou Friday by a verdict that
(Iops the greatest" credit to the integrity and
intelligence of tho jury. It is impossible to
divine what the ideas of each juror were, but
they seem to have left every feeling oi sympathy or prejudice outside the door as they
entered the court house and to have been governed, in the verdict given, by the testimony
pro and con. Tbo charge of the judge was
lucid und complete, aud though the first part
of it was (in conformity with the evidence)
entirely against the Alexandra, the concluding portion of it, involving tho question of
whether tho wreck of the Fideliter was total
or not, seems to have afforded tbe principal
paint for the discussion of the jury. It would
appear tbat all iron vessels are built with air
tight compartments, to which valves are attached, so tbat each compartment can be reu-
dered separate and distinct from the other.
Thus if the vessel should have a bole made
in one compartment and the water have free
access to that pari of tbe vessel the other
compartments a ■■ abundantly sufficient to keep
tbe vessel ailoat, even if she were loaded.
A very remarkable illustration of this fact
may be cited, because tbe wife aud two children of Mr. Collins, the founder of a liue of
Atlantic steamers, perished on the occasion.
The accident occurred (I think in 1855) about
100 miles Irom tbe coast of Newfoundland ; it
was a dark night, aud probably foggy, as it
usually is in that region, when a French
vessel, the Vestal, came in collision with the
steamer Arctic, some of whose passengers
were saved, but the vessel went down with the
larger number of them. The Vestal was not
aware at first of the damage ihe bad sustained,
but soon discovered she had a hole in her bow
into which a boat might almost be rowed I
.She fcirtunatetr hud air tight compartments;
she stood for Newfoundland and reached tbe
place in safety, when she was repaired aud a
brother-in-law of a Victorian took passage to
England on her. This is one case only of
hundreds which might, by research, be cited.
The Fideliter, after the collision, was pur-
cliaed by Mr. Kohl, who found the valves in
perfect order. Thus bad the valves been
closed the Fideli'er could not, with the damage she had sustained, have sunk.
His Lordship, the Judge, might well applaud
the jury for their righteous decision. I am sure
that the communiiy will congratulate their
fellow-citizens, who have already endured tbe
hardship of losing so much by an accident of
which they are perfectly innocent, but for
which they are legally liable, on the escape
they have had from damages so heavy, that at
this depressed season would have been most
ruiuous to them. *
TEL E GRAPHIC-
SFCim TO THE ErE.VI.Yi. TKl.KI.lt.11*11.
Last Night's Despatches.
Europeau.
New York, July 12.—The steamship
Persia from Liverpool June 30, and
Queenstowo, July 1st, arrived here this
morning.
Tho war news continues contradictory.
Both Austria aud Prussia claim a victory
on the same battle-field.
A Berlin dispatch of the 29th says the
Austrians were defeated ou the 27th and
28th near Nuchod, by the First Army
Corps, and on the 29th at Trautenau by
tlie corps of Life Guards ; also at Mun-
cliengrauft by Princo Frederick Charles.
AtTranteuau the Austrians are said to
have lost 4,000 killed and wounded, and
the Prussians 1,000. At Muuchengrauft
tbe Austrian loss is stated at 2,000. Tho
Prussians claim to have taken 8,000 pris—
ouers, and numerous trophies iu guns, &c.
There was great rejoicing at Berlin.
The inhabitants prcseuted addresses and
serenaded the King.
The Crown Prince of Prussia reports
that in his battle be had 22 battalions
opposed to 28 battalions of Austrians.
The Hanoverian Army surrendered on
the 29th. Officers retained their side
avms and the men were dismissed to their
homes.
The whoie Federal army at or near
Fraukfort was on tba march. A buttle
was anticipated.
The Italians have changed their plan of
operations. There has been no further
commission (collision?) in Italy.
Garibaldi was at Lake Iso.
The English Parliament had adjourned
till July 5th, at the request of Earl Derby,
vho is forming a Cabinet. He sought to
obtain the support of leading Whigs aud
Liberals, who have acted against Russell's
Cabinet, but failed. A Conservative
Ministry is expected.
Threatening demonstrations have taken
place in Loudon among the lower orders ou
the Reform queslion.
BACK   DESPATCHES.
Eastern News.
New York, July 10 —Five cases of
cholera occurred in Brooklyu this morning
—all fatal. The total number of cases of
sun stroke duriug the recent hoi term wiis
til ; 13 iu Brooklyn ; 4 deaths in the
city of Boston.
Very heavy business was done to-day in
5-20's, purchases amouuting to $10,100,-
000, mostly ou foreign account.
California.
San Francisco, July 12—The Western
Union Telegraph Co.'s flag ship Nightingale sailed yesterday for ths Russian
possessions, carrying provisious and au
assorted cargo for Collins' Telegraph expedition.
Private telegrams, dated New York
yesterday, represent the market for standard dry goods very firm.
The losses iucurred by the ^Etna Insurance Company at Portland by the conflagration ainouuts to but $2,000,000, a
sum which will scarcely be noticed in the
assets of the corporation.
Late yesterday afternoon gold in New
York was 149. Sterling Exchange 109.
Brokers buying legal teuders at 70J.
San Francisco, July 12—Sailed, ship
Nightingale, Russian possessions ;   Ham
burg ship Garland, Shanghai via Paget
Sound ; British bark Constance, Auckland ; brig Sheet Anchor, Port Angeloe.
San fr'BASCigco, Jaly 13—Tbe Golden
Age arrivad from Panama at one o'clock
to-day.
European.
Father Poim, June 12—Great Britain
has published a proclamation of neutrality
in continental affairs.
Of the situation iu Bohemia, a Vienna
hllnpim of tb* 2r>th says : Il is officially
announced that iu the tattle near Glatz,
but previou-ly reported Neostadt, the
Prussians lost ui-uiy prisoners aud eighteen
guns. After the batlle a Prussian Major
proceeded to tbe quarters of Marshal
Beuedek, u'ider a (lug of truce, soliciting
an armistice.    The demand was refused.
A Cracow despatch of the evening of
the -.'sib, received this morning, lays the
Prussians made a fresh attack upon Os_
wean, when they were repulsed with
heavy losses. Tne Prussians destroyed
the Cracow and Vienna railroada in several places, wholly interrupting Austrian
communication with Gale'a.
The Austrians entered Ulislowitzon the
■-'7th, but in tbe afternoon tbe telegraph
stations were again iu possession of tbe
Prussians.
A Berlin despatch says the first Prussian amy corps attacked the enemy at
Tritiitiiin.il at 11 a. m. Tbe Austrians
were driven hack.
A Prussian telegram dated Marlaid,
28th, says an important battle, iu which
cavalry and artillery were principally engaged, has been iu progress to-day. The
Aurtrians were driven back from near
Ulatz to Jaromirz, losing three flags and
many prisoners. The loss on either side
is unknown.
Latest telegram of the 29th, lays the
news is conflicting—both sides claiming
the advantage in the encounter of the
'^8th at Glatz. No engagement is re*.
ported as having taken place since.
The Telegraph Company in Great Britain furnishes additional particulars of the
engagement at Custom. Tbe left wing
of the Italian Army was attacked at
various points simultaneously and crushed
before the remainder of the army could
come to its aid. After the battle, the
urmy under the command of the Archduke, advanced in pursuit of the Italian
urmy, whicb, up to that time, had maintained its position. It was, however,
driven in and compelled to recross tbe
Mincio. The Austrians also recrossed
tho river, tak'ng a position on the Italian
side. The two armies theu stood facing
each other ; the Italians at Volta and tbe
Austrians five miles north of Solferino.
It was probable that another battle wonld
be brought about. The object of the
Italian movement of Saturday, wbb to
withdraw the Austrians from the line of
Polezela and to allow Cialdini to cross ;
the movement having failed, Cialdini remained on the south Bide of the rirer.
The reverses of Sunday, 24tb, have ia no
way disheartened the Italians. It is reported that France will not long remain
quiet ; active intervention is reported as
already agreed on.
Alhambra
BILLIARD SALOON,
COBYER GOrERVHEYT AND YATES SIfJ.
TXP- STAIRS.
Entrance on Yates Street*
.Ueph E. Penny,    )   p       ietorg.
TlwtKlore T. Penny, j r
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ST. LOTOS  college
"WIUL     RE-OPEN
On Monday. 6th August,
iy 5-lra
A     CARD.
1. their most sincere thanks l» tbeir benevolent fricinls i'.i Gwiboo lor the donation of
S-!.')7 50, to-day bunded them through the
kindness of Mr, Launieister and Mr. McLaren.
jy 10
nSTOTICE.
MARTIN   BROS.,
IMPORTERS  OF
Groceries and Provisions,
FIREPROOF BUILDING,
LATELY OCCITIED BYL'HOTELIERi Co,
"WH-A-RF      STREET.
jy6
CARRIAGE   PAINTING
IN  ALL ITS BRANCHES,
Yates Street,
Between Deluge Engine House
and the International Hotel.
Work   solicited,  and
reasonable terms by
jy 11-lm
done  on  the moat
W. M. KEOHAN.
a— Tbe Spectre.
Tkere ii a wrinkled old man
Witb thin and silvery hair,
A lean aod withered old man,
And bis name, I know, is Care.
He aits by my bed I b rough tbe night,
He wallu at my side in the street,
In tbe broad aad open light,
Unseen of the people 1 meet.
His cheeks are hollow witb age;
Bis eyes are sunken and dim;
The high aad the lowly of earth
Alike are acquainted wilh him.
Only ihe child bas not known,
Since its infant life began—
Like a blossom newly blown —
Tbe face of Ibis wrinklad old mas.
Wben Youth's bright summer is past,
And the dreams that wt dreamed are fled :
When doants, like a cloud, arise
And tbe bopes we cherished are dead;
When Ibe castles that we reared
Have vanished at last in air,
Where tbeir portals once appeared
bits tbis withered old man called Care.
He slands by tbe mother who kneels
At the bedside of ber child,
As she cools Ibe fevered brow.
And the lips tbat so sweetly smiled ;
And arross her sad, pale face,
Uplifted a moment in prayer,
A likeness to him you may trace
Imprinted indeliably there.
Unseen he raises Ihe latch,
And craeps past tbe crazy door,
Up tbe narrow flight of stairs
To the garret of tbe poor—
And there by tbe dreary hearth
He sits at ihe close of day,
Where ia heard no sound of mirth,
-    Aud where shines no cheering ray.
He enters the mansion of wealth,
The palaces stalely and grand,
And all uninvited betakes
Bis place at ibe master's right baud—
He heeds not tbe time as it flits,
' Be counts not tbe moments that pass,
But silent and thoughtful he sits,
And drinks from the master's own glass.
Though aged he never has known
Youth's promise or manhood's prime,
But this lean and withered old man
'•* ill live to tbe end of time.
He will enter, and speak not a word,
The lofty and wide palace door,
And climb tbe weak staircase unheard
To the dreary abode of tbe poor.
There is but one house that I know
Where tbis wrinkled old mnu can not come,
lo the quiet and gloom of the grave
Be shall find neither rest nor a home.
Ie that narrow house under ground
All unheeded the years sb.ll go by,
As folded in slumber profound,
Undisturbed by his presence we lie.
HUMORS   OF   THE   it AY.
On the Fashionable Colored Hair—
'Deary me,' said old Mrs. Guy, ' why
nowadays all the young gals is light
beaded.'
A New Name fob a Seamstress—Miss
Sew and Sew.
' How fast wicked men can go on in
their sine 1' exclaimed a good bnt unsophisticated old lady ; ' it only takes two
seconds lo fight a duel I'
Conceited people aro always happy,
they do so enjoy themselves.
A lady, compla'ning how rapidly time
Stole Bway, said, 'Alas I I am near thirty.'
'Do not fret at it, Madam, for you will
get further Irom that frightful epoch every
day.'
Why are the English people like the
act of reasoning ?—Because they are a
racy-hossy-uation.
When is it nseless to try to borrow a
book ?—When it is Lent.
Tbe following story is told of a father
of the church. At an association dinner
a debale arose as to the use of the rod in
bringing np children. The doctor took
the affirmative, and tho chief opponent
was a young miuister, whose reputation
for veracity was not high. He maintained
that parents often do harm to their children by unjust punishment, from not knowing tbe facts of the case. * Why,' said he,
'the only time my father whipped me was
for telling the truth.' ' Well,' ratorted
the dootor, ' it cured you of it, didn't it V
Milk and Water -A lad, on delivering
his milk a few mornings ago io a neighboring city, was asked why It was so
warm. ' I don't know,' he replied, with
much simplicity, ' unless they put warm
water into it instead of cold.'
John Randolph met an enemy on the
street one day, who refused to give him
half the sidewalk, saying that he never
turned out for a rascal. ' I do,' suid linn-
dolph, stepping aside and politely raising
bis hat ; 'pass on, sir.'
A letter was mailed in one of onr post-
offices the other day that had no postage
stamp on it, but in place of the stamp had
the following written on one corner of tbe
envelope : ' Mr. Postmaster, don't charge
no postage on this ; the stamp wouldn't
stick, so I tore the thing up.'
'I am glad this coffee don't owe me
any thing,' said a bookkeeper to his wife
the other morring at breakfast. 'Why
■o Y why was the response. ' Because I
don't believe it would ever settle.'
An exchange gives reasons for not publishing a poetic effusion as follows; ' The
rhythm sounds like pumkins rolling over a
ba n floor, while some lines appear to have
been measured wiih a yard-stick, and
others with a ten-foot pole.'
'. The next time I calch yon alone, Tom
Wilkms, I'll give you a good thrashing |»
said a ruffianly bully of the play ground
to a mild-looking boy. • Well,' quietly
and significantly replied Tom, 'I ain't
often caught alone, as I generally have
my feet and fists with me.'
The Chili Qof.stion.—'How's your
cold V
A coquette is said to be a perfect incarnation of Cupid, as she keeps ber bean
in a quiver.
Woman's Mission—Sob-mission.
A Tery worthy minister, settled not a
hundred miles from New York, was one
Sunday morning descanting upon tbe Importance of plain speaking. ' Why, my
hearers,' said he, ' St. Paul never used
any " bighfalutin '' expressions. No; he
always spoke plain Anglo-Saxon!'
A rather profane church-goer one day
asked his clergyman what was the meaning of tbe passage in tbe Psalms, ' He
clothed himself witb cursing as witb a
garment.' 'The meaning,' replied the
clergyman, 'is plain enough; I think tbat
the man, like you, bad a habit of
swearing.'
Epitaph on a Tombstone in England—
' Our life is but a winter's day,
Some only breakfast and away,
Oibers to dinner stay, and are full fed,
Tbe oldest man but sups, and goes to bed.
L-irge is the debt, who lingers out Ihe day,
Who goes the soonest bas the least to pay,'
FACTS vs. THEORIES.
"Give me a place to rest my lever on,"
says Archimedes, " and I will move the
world." " Give me pure and unadulterated
drugs," says Medicus, of the olden time,
"and I will cure disease."
In one sense, both of these learned pundits
were the veriest charlatans. They knew there
was no place to rest their lever on, either to
move tbe world or cure disease. Mechanism
was in a backward state, and the medical profession was but another name for sorcery,
and all the adjuncts of magic filters and
charms of tbe " evil eye," Ac.
But these latter days have borne nnto us
something more tban even superstition and
its crew ever dreamt of in tbeir maddest philosophy. In these days of practical science,
what was theory of yesterday if fact to-day,
and all the old time notions become as bubbles
in the sun, and burst and break with every
breath we draw,
Let Archimedes shoulder his lever and we
will find a resting place for it to move the
world. Let mine ancient Medicus pant and
toil no more for the drugs be so Borcly needs,
for we have them at our hand, ever ready to
serve them at bis beck.
Refined in tbe laboratory of Dr. Magciel,
tbe finest materials known in tbe medical pro
fession are obtainable by any one. His
Blllious, Dyspeptic, and Diarrhoea Pills stand
unrivalled, and his Salve operates witb magical effect upon burns, scalds, aod all sores and
ulcers of the skin.
In fact, we think Maggisl's Pills and Salve
are the wonder of tbis century, and we are
happy in the thought that many others of our
brethren of the cralt agree with us. We would
earnestly counsel that all families provide
themselves with Dr. Maggiel's Prepaiations at
once, and keep them ready at band, so as to
use them at the most opportune time and as
occasion serve.'.— Valley Sentinel.
WILLIAM   LYONS,
siirp.P'iisrGr
— Aim—
Commission      Agent,
On the Corner of
Wharf and Johnson Streets-
jy3-lm
RETRENCHMENT!
Wharf Street Superseded.
Stores to let by Wholesale
or Retail!
QPLENDID LARGE STORES MAY BR
O had in Carswell's Block, Corner of Fort
and Langley streets, at from $10 a month
upward. All (he Stores in the Block may be
let except one, whieh is now let at $45 per
month.
Apply to
JAME3 CARSWELL.
April 9,1866. jy %
Sporborg & Kueff,
COMMISSION  MERCHANTS,
Importers and Wholesale Dealers io
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS,
Boots and Shoes,
Wharf street, Victoria, V. I. jy 2
J. P. DAVIES & GO,,
«AY833PtWSIM *  COMMISSION   MICH
GHAUTS,    Saleroom,    Fireproof   Stone
Building, Wharf Street, near Yates.
!&• Cash    Advances    on   Merchandise   for
Sale. -®*
hi
HAVANA CIGARS.
LEWIN & ANTHONY,
TOBACCONISTS.
47 Yates St,, Brick Store
Next io Corner of Government St.,
1>EG TO INFORM THEIR FRIENDS AND
L» tne public in general that they will con
stantly receive by every steamer a good as-
sortmentof Genuine Havana cilsars
and the Best Brand" of ToKo
imported direct for this market, so that they'
are able to compete with any hr.nse on this
«nii, "ther Wh0'«»l« or Retail.
_ N. B —Special attention will be paid to
Country orders.
HE1MAN LEWIN.    |    LOUIS ANTHONY
hi
EX  FIDE/jITsER
A Choics lot of Bacon
.lust   Arrived.
For Salt by
P.   Gilligan,
jy 2 STORE STREET.
Mrs.   Heln
KEEPS   CONSTANTLY ON  HAND   THE
latest fashions In
MILLINERY,
—AT—
Prices to Suit tbe Times,
GOVERNMENT    STREET,
Between Fort and Brougbton. jy 5
Miscellaneous.
A   Triumph    oi   Science
—AMD--
THE LIGHT  OF   THE   WORLD
DR. MAGGIEL'S
PILLS   & SALVE.
These Life-giving remedies arc now, tat the or I
lime,* von publ cly loth* w r d. for over aquaiter
of a cenlury of private practice the Ingredients In these
Life-Giving Pills
Hsvs bei-n u d with the greatest success. Th»ir
muslin I. „ Do'y to it vent rlsease. but to cur.
riieyse rcli i th • varloas maladies by ivhich tho
patient ia sup. ring, and re. invigorates t a allln;
system. T ■ tl > aged and infirm a lew doses of theso
valuable PILi.!, will prove to be
A VLRY FOUNTAIN OF TOOTH,
Frrinevervcars I'icy add new life and vita'lty, and
estorc the wm ngonorgles. to ihcir nr'stlne state. Tj
the yonnganl ml dl*. >ged they will pr.ve most In-
valu.He, a. a --ei y speciac and stoning medlolno.
•re Is a drean. realized, that P.ince.d»-Leon lough
for threo hundrrd years ago, and never t nnd. Mo
tookid for a f u ,tain that would restore the old to
vigor and make y outh ever
-A.n Eternal Spring-!
It wal left for thii day and hour to realize the dream,
and show in one glorious faot the niagio that made
it fair.
THESE FAMOUS  REMEDIES
Cannot itnv th" Bight ofyeari, b it they can force back,
an' hold 'j'oih, diseases ihat mi rbt Irl mph over tno
ag"d and the young. Lot n*n ■. hesitate then, but
seize tho favorable opportunity th, t offers. When taken
aa prescribed-
Tor Blllious Disorders
Nothinir c»n be more productiee of cure than these
Ptlln— Their almost m >g\o influence ii felt at o-cr;
And the usual cone <mltan*ts of thts.mcit dULreit-iiw
diicaae am removed. Theeeremidfei are made from
the (MiroHt
VEGETABLE COMPOUNDS.
They will not harm the moat delicate female, and
car, ba giien with good effect In prescribed doses to
tbe youngest babe.
For Cutaneous Disorders
And all eruitinni of the skin, Ihe SALVE is most Invaluable. It doei a t heal externally alone, but pene-
trtvs with the most s< arching effects to the vory root
ofih. evil.
DR. MAGGIEL'S PILLS
Invariably care the following Diseases :
Asthma,
Bowel Complaints,
•.Coughs,
Colds,
Chest Di-eases,
Costivenees,
Dyspepsia,
Diarrhea,
Dropsy,
Debility,
„      ,  „ F.v*er and A gue.
Female Complaint.
Headache,
Indivetloo,
Infl'ie* za,
InRammitlon,
Inward Weakness,
Llrer Complaint,
Lowr.eisofSplrlti,
Ringworm,
Rheumatism,
bait ttheunj,
Scalds,
likln Diseases.
W ffOTICR— Vonegenclne without the engraved
trademark around e«ch pot «r box, iign«d by DR. J.
MAt,OIEr„ 43 Fulton street; I<ew Vork, to* counterfe.t
whiuh is felony.
.*.*ar\So,d..bJr *" ««P»etnble Dealers in Medicinei
throughout the United Slates aud Canada—at 25 cents
per box or pot.
A. 1. Langley & Co.,
Agents for Vancouver lslandl and British
Columbia
hi
Miscellaneous.
ROYAL
LNSUKANCE
©a&m*mEnr<.
FIRE   <3z LIKE.
Capital, - - Ten Million Dollars
E8ERVE   TO     MEET    LOSSES
five Million Dollars!
HAKLESTTENER, Em., M P CHAIRMAN,   PERCY M
DOVE, MANAGER.
ThN Company bai non tbe largest Income for Firo
and Ufc Premiums of ai-y Company in the world.
Thn unUernigned, Agi'ntifor Vaucouver Inland ana
British Columbia, retu- n their particular thanks to tbe
public for tbeir patron ng nf thn Moral since tbe open
injc of tbe agency, au>i nhio to the Victoria Pirn Com-
panic* for Ihclr valuable iervic«'*.
The Fire Branch,
Of this agency In 1881 was nearly inubW that of 1863—
the risk In Victoria alone amounted lo 91100,000.
The business of (he
Life Branch.
Has also largely Increased  since the   Directors reduced
thelites to the English standard.
Anderson &,Qo
Store Street.
Agents for Vancouver Island and Drltish Columbia
teao
THE GREAT   REMEDY  OF  THE
-AGE.
HOLLOWAY'S OINTMENT.
The   effect   ot the   Ointment   on   the
System.
To the very coro and centre of all disrnFf s
which affect the human body, this remarkable
preparation penetrates. It disappears under
the friction of tbe hands, as salt disappears
when rubbed upon meat. Tbe unguent performs its healing errand rapidly, safely, aad
without pain. .Simple eruptions, open sores,
hard tumors, scrofulous developments of all
kinds, abcesses, cancers, old wouncs. and, in
lact, every speci* s of inflammation and suppuration, whether in the skin, tbe flesh, tlie
glands, or among tbe muscles, can be arresteb
in ill destructive course, nnd permanently
enred without danger by rubbing in this inestimable Ointment-
Bad    Legs,
Bad   Breasts,'
Ulcers.
Sores,   and
In many Hospitals in Europe this celebrated
remedy is now used for the cure of old wounds,
sores, and ulcers ; in Spain and Portugal, and
in many parts of Italy, the first Physicians re-
regularly prescribe its use. It is a sovereigr
remedy for bad breasts aud bad legs; and like
wise for all skin diseases. It is to be found in
the chest of nearly every sailor, soldier, and
emigrant.
lmiirnelenrlea   of   Youth ; —Sores   and
Ulcers,
The above class of complninls l» surely ro
noved by nightly fomenting the parts witt
»Hrm water, and then by most effectually rub
oing in tbis Ointment. Personssuffeiing fron.
these direful complaints should lose not a mo
ment in arresting their progress. It should hi
understood tbat it is not sufficient merely to
smear tbe Ointment on the affected parts, bin
it must be well rubbed in for some considerablt
time twn or three times a day, that it may be
taken into the system, whence it will remov
only hidden soreorwouad as effectually a,
though it were palpable to the eye. Uread nnd
water poultices, after the rubbing in ol tfc
Ointment, will do great service, Tbis is th.
only proper treatment for females in cases 01
cancer in tbe stomach, or for those who sufli;
from a general bearing do* n.
Files, Fistulas, Strictures.
Rlofches, nsalso swellings, can with certaintj
be radically cured if ihe Ointment be used
freely, and the Pills be laken night and morn,
ing as recommended in the printed instructions
When treated in any other way these complaint,
only dry up in ene place lo break out in an-
vlber; whereas this Ointment will remove thr
humor from the system, and leave tbe pation
i vigorous and heulihy being. It will requirt
,ime, aided by tlie use of the Pills, lo ensure
as ting cure.
min hi rlu.   Bronchitis, Sole   Throats,
Any of the above class of diseases mar be
-ured by well rubbing the Ointment tbree
,imes a day upon the skin covering tho throat,
chest, and neck of the pulient. The unguent
will soon penetrate tbo pores and give Immediate relief. To allay the fever and lessen the
inflamation, eight or ten Pills should be taken
nigbt and morning. The Ointment will pio-
duce perspiration, which is so essential for
remo-ing fevers, sore throats, and those oppressions of tbe chest which arise from
Asthu,a, Bronchitis, and other causes.
Both the Ointment and Pills  should
be used la the following Cases t
SsdLegs
Bad Bi oasts
Burns
Bunions
Bite ol .Moichetoes
and Sand-Flies
oco-bay
Cbiego-foot
Chilblains
Chapped Bands
and
Corns (CornB)
Cancers
Contracted
Sti 11 Joints
elephantiasis
Fistulas
Gout
Glandular    Swell
lings
mb.igo.
Piles
Rheumatism
calds
Sore iVIpplea
n> ro Throat
Skin diseas
Scurvy
Sore heads
Tumors
LTlcen
Woundi
Y/awi
Sold at tlie Establishment ol Propbiior Hollowa
1*14, .strsnil, (near Temple Bu), London ; also by a
respectable Druggists tnd Dealers In Medicines through
ant the civilized world, at the following prices la. 1 wd
9. Bd. 4a fid., lis., 22., and 33a, each Pot.
.*.*   There • a conaiderable saving bj taking thoIarB»,
N B.—Direetfoni for the guidance of Patients hi evet
disorder are affixed to each pot.
Miscellaneous.
EXPRESS LINE STAGES.
'-pHE COACHBS OP THIS LI.N'K WILL
X   now run  regularly, leaving    Vale, B. C
OD
JMondajM,
Wednesdays,
And Fridays,
AT 7, A. It.,
FOR    HAVANA'S     FF.BRY.
(Big Bend Route}, until tbe completion of the
read, when they will go to 8«v»na's Kerry,
Tbe Coach for Cariboo will leave Yale on
Monday.
j> 2 F. J. BARNtRD.
ALWAY & BAYLEY
Licensed Auctioneers
-AND-
COMMISSION  MERCHANTS
Storage &. Forwarding
YALE, B. O.
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVING THE ONLY
Fire Proof Warehouse at Yalo, parties
hipping by   the  Yale,  Lytton  Route,   may
rely upon all goods marked to our cure, being
promptly dispatched to tbeir destination at
moderate rates.
ALWAY* BAYLEY
hi
THE ONE THING   WANTED.
HOLLOWAY'S PILLS.
Tbe Blood.
These famous pills are so composed tha
they operate wholesomely on tbe stomach, the
liver, the bowels, and other organs; by correcting any derangements in their functions,
whereby a steady supply of pure materials lor
the renewal of the Blood is furnished, and a
constant abstrsction of elfete products is effected. Tbis perfect circulation thus becomes
the very fountain of health and life, nnd overcomes all form of disease wherever its situa--
tion.
General Diaorderis of Ihe Lfver
amd Stomacb.
All who ever indulge a* table, either in eal-
'ng or drinking, should takeabout ten of t!•*;.(-
fumous pills at bed time, from which will reo
suit a clear bead and good stomach tbe fell iw-
ing morning. Thousands of Ladies are always complaining of sick headaches, wnnt ol
appetite, want of energy, and want of strength,
lo correct all these evils, three or four ol these
Pilh should be taken twice a week, when they
wo Id give tbe invalid ihe bbalth at il appetite
of    ploughman.
F« males of all Apes and < 'lasset
C bstructions of any kind, either in young
or (hose between forty and fifty—the most critical peiiod of life—may be radically remo. ?d
by using these Pills according to the printed
directions which accompany each box. Young
persons with sickly and sallow complexions
nay have tbe bloom of health restored by tbi?
corrective, which purifies tbe blood and expels all gross and impure humors from tbe system. Beware then of the critical age fron
forty to fifty, as it sends many thousands to
premature grave,—these Pills'shonld be takci
it that period of life two or tbree times »
teek
»:inf   of Strength and ^Energy.
Persons of sedentary habits, or those troubled in mind, working in Factories or Coal
Pits, who cannot obtain that amount of fresb
air and exercise which nature requires, suffer
from weakness and delility, lowness of spirit
nnd want of appetite. All such should take »
lose or two of these Pills every three or foui
days, as ihey act gently and effectually on the
system and impart vigor and energy to the
body, which is always followed by a, good
appotite, sound and refreshing sleep, and a
high flow of spirits.
For the <'ure or Dropsy.
The cfficncy of Holloway's Pills in Dropsy
is extraordinary. They act with such a peculiar effect upon the system, that the fluid.'
causiug this direful complaint, are perceptibl
carried off nnd prevented from any furthei
accumulation. The sufferer regains a buoyancy of spirits and rejoices in a completely
renovated constitution. It Is indispeusably
necessary that the Ointment should he most
effectually rubbed into the complaining pnr'ji
during the whole course of treatment.
Children and their Allmentc
In no country in the world are more children
carried to an early grave than in Great Britain.
Coughs, Measles, Scarlatina, Fevers, and other
liseases attnek the little sufferers, and death,
but too often, follows at a rapid pace; yet if,
ai Ihe first stage of these complaints, parents
were to have recourse to Holloway's Pills, all
danger would be avoided; for the stomnch
and bowels would be gently bnt effectually
cleansed by Ibis mild aperient; the depraved
humors corrected and tbesecretions duly regulated. A perfect enre wonld toon be effected, and the "ttle patient restored to soun*'
health.,
Holloway' Pi. * ire the best known remedy in tht
world fir ths following diseases:
Sold at tbe Vttsbltsbment of Professor Holloway, 211;
strand, (near Temple Bar,) I, ndoo ; ala" by al] respect
able Druggist, and Dealer. In MeoieJne. throughout tb.
olvllieod world, at the iollosrlng nrlceo-la. l^tf., 5. 0J,,
Is. 6d., II.., 22s., and 83t. each box.
Ague Female Irregulnr Serofu'aorKing a
Asthma
Billions Complaints
Blotehoi    on   tbi
Ma
Bowel complaints
Colics
Constipation of tbe
Bowels
Conaamrlion
Debility
Dropsy*
Dysentry
Erysipelas
Evil
■"ore Throats
rttone and Grave
Secondary Symptom*
Tfe-Doloreux
Tninori
Cie.n
Venereal      tfieo
Hon.
Worms    o f   a
kinds
Weakness     from
whatever cause
**>*   There fs   a considerable  laving ay taking the
trgerlisea.
IHrections for tlie guidance of patients in every d**ior
der aro affiled to each box.
Pbiktxd and Published by KoCtDBl k Co., a*
the office, Langley Street.
Hies
Fever of all kind
Fits
(.out
Bead Aehe
fndtge.tios
Inflammation
Jaundice
Liver Complaints
Lumbago
Pile*
Rheumatism
Retention .f Urine

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