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VOL. I.
VICTORIA,   VANCOUVER   ISLAND,   FRIDAY   EVENING   AUGUST   17,   1866.
JVO. 4.0.
THE
"EVENING TELEGRAPH,"
nni.i.-iiMi
Everv   Evcniag at   4   O'Clock,
New Advertisements.
For Sale Ex Camden,
(.Saturday and Sunday evenings excepted.)
also svaitv
SUNDAY    MORNING |
mmuu ok HunonMi
t'-r Annua!, tn idvanrn, by m»il, $10 00
For 'Ix month*,     0 On
ptr W"t-k, imyablr tu Cnrriur,         X,
li f I' ' "Vi"',         10
1 or terms of Advertisement apply at the
Office. Langley Street-
■—_.
Facta   and   Scrapx.
Hoilellrr, Rorkrr, und Ango-liira^lllllrrs,
Ori-.'iin Mar lu bbls, nnd caies,
< Ian I In ciinks, li.ilf-i .nl,. and rases,
S.iulrine and California While Wine,
Frrnrh Alrohiil 00 0.1*.,
In.', (liipi it, liiimni and  Bvllrngcr'tbaas-
Vague,
And In  "lore an  assortment ef Brandy
and l.lqnurs sultahle fur Ihe Trade.   <
Tho French Exposition will be tlio Kast-
em Hemisphere in miniature. Kgypt has
given $200,000 for the mere expense* of
the installation of hsr marvels. Turkey
intend* to have the minaret of a mosque
constructed in her part of the building, a
mausoleum, and a bouse, witli its divan
and baths all complete. Persia will display kiosqties, manufactories (if imligo
(mngnaneries) and of opium, and we nre
even promised an exact copy ol tho wonderful throne-room of tlie Slinlts, with iti
splendid gildings, mural paiolinga, fountains, nnd furniture. The Emptror of
Morocco will send his Imperial tents. The
Chinese, Siamcso, and Japaneaa are reported a* making great preparations for
the display of their wares.
Tht Saturday Press, among other suggestions wliicli will enable n person to
avoid the cholera, recommends:—Don't
get iton the brain, and, to thii end, avoid
reading the daily papers. Endeavor, if
possible, to kec > a clean conscience, nnd
two or three clean shirts. Rise with the
lurk, but avoid larks iu the evening, lie
above ground in yourdetilings, and above-
board in ail your dwellings. Love your
neighbors as yourself, but don't have too
many of them iu the same house with
you.
VAM'Ani.B Si'icKS.—Thc Into Rnunlcyn
Goidoii-Ouuiming, nmongst other valuable
property, left an immense collection of
walking sticks nnd shepherd's crooks, ol'I
all descriptions, cut nnd fasilioued by lis
own hand, the work of many venrs among
the woods, ncur Fort Augustus. Theae
were brought to the hummer lately, at Inverness, and the prices realized were
somewhat extraordinary. The more fantastic and ornamental sold as high ns
from 8s. to 24s. each to spendthrift ami
improvident Scotchmen, nml the proceeds
of the day's sale amounted to JC/00.
PJniOBItfO anp Practising — Apropos
of Mr. Oarlyle's enforcement of 'sileucu'
a* a virtue, a good story is told by Professor Blackie, of Edinborg. In conclod
ing his course of lecinroa 'he congratulated the students on ihe election of Mr.
Carlyle as Lord Hector, observing that,
although he had enforced on them the
virtue of silence, yet, in his own house at
Chelsea, he kept tho whole company
silent while he himself would talk ou for
hours.'
Kcgnault, whose authority on matter*
relating to gases is almost law, has pretty
definitely ascertained that the density of
ozone is just one and a half times that of
ordinary oxygen. This conclusion supports the theory that ozotto consists of
three volumes of ordinary ozygen condensed into two.
The third volumo of •' Mnzzini'* Life
nnd Writing* '' litis appeared in London.
It continues the autobiographical and
political sketches in tlie autumn of the
year 1844. The second half of the book
treats incidentally of the opening of
Mnzzini's letters by tbo Knglish post
office.
B&- Depot of Havana Cigars.
A Nkw ash (Iuanii Knicu in Msnteissl—
Dr. Maggiel is the found*., oi n new Uedlca]
system. Tho qiinntitnrinus, whose vast internal doses enfeeble the iliimach nml pnralyze
tbe bowels, must give precedence to the man
wbo restores health nnd nppetite, with from
one to two of his extraordinary Pills, and
cures the most virulent sores with a box or uo
ol his wonderful aud nil henling Salve. These
two great specifics of the Doctors are fast superseding all the stereotyped nostrums of the
day. Extraordinary cures by Maggiel's Pills
nnd Salvo have opened the eyes of the public
to the inefficiency of the (so cnlled) remedies
of others, and upon which people have so long
blindly depended. Maggiel's Pills are no ol
the class that are swallowed by the dozen, and
of which every box full tnken creates an absolute necessity for another. One or two of
Maggiel's Pills suffices to place the bowels in
perfect order, tone thc stomach, create «n appetite, and render the spirits light and bucy.
antl There is no griping, and no reaction in
the form of constipation. If the liver is affected, its functions are restored; and il the
nervous system is feeble, it is invigorated.
This last quality makes the medicines very
desirable tor the wants of delicate females.
Ulcerous and eruptive diseases are literally
extinguished by tne disinfectant power of
Maggiel's Salve. In fact, it is Iiere announced
that Maggiel'* Itillous, Dyspeptic
snd Diarrhea 1'llla cure where ull
others fail. While for Hums, Scalds, Chil
blains, Cuts and all nhrnsions of tho skin
lilaKgriol'N Salve is infallible. Sold by
J. Madam,, ll Pino "treet, \cw York, nnd nil
druggists, at »j cts. per box.
au 6
KUOENE THOMAS,
Yutes street.
The Colonial Market
JOHNSON   STREET,
(iiITOSITK       OlIIKXTAI,     AI.I.KY,)
Will he re-opened on
Saturday,    August     4th,
The mnrket will bo constantly supplied
with the best quality of articles required for
tin- family table. Kresh supplies received
daily.
au 1 N. V. I.AN'GR.
WARM   WEATHER!
ICE!   ICE!   ICE!
A     LUXURY  WITHIN THK  REACII   OF
11 nil, supplied by
YLEX.    I'l-IIJL.I-.II'H,
FORT STREET,
To lay nothing admit (linger Beer, Lemonade,
or Soda Waici* with it.
Ci^f The way to keep cool.
an 3
"ROUND THE CORNER"
IS THE NAME OF THE
^STEW    SA-LOO^T
JUST OPBNHp I.V
liiuiulcy   Street,    round   tlw
corner from Yates Ntrcct,
In  the building formerly  occupied   by   the
M.lhllill of EllEIlIIAItllT's HolKt,.
The  Saloon  has  been   tastefully  refitted,
and will be supplied with Ihe
P I It S T   QUALITY   OF
Wines   and  Liquors.
The proprietor respectfully invites the public   to  call  "HOUND THE OOBNHR"   and
judgo for thcinaclvus.
UOVEIt.SESNT   ITBBR    KNTUASCK — NEXT
door lo the Ttlegraph office.
jy29 lllllll    III Kill tlllt
Oriental Restaurant,
YATES   STREET,
In connection wilh tlio Oriental Hotel.
rpillS   KST.MII.ISII.MKST   IS   OI'KN AT
J.   Atsls 11(11 IBS OF TIIK HAY (lit NllillT
THE    TABLE
Will be furnished with tho best tho market
alfurds.
Breakfast,
Dinner,
Supper
At modcrato prices.
Oysters   in   every   Style.
Private Rooms for small or largo parties.
Call and judge for yourselves. jy 30-lm
NOTICE !        NOTICE !!
1,1 ROM THIS DATS TIIK UNDKRSIGXKD
has concluded to reduce his price ONE-
HALF ; and hereafter tho
FINEST WINES AND LIQUORS,
ALE,   BEER,  Ac., kc.,
Wi 11 he served at thc
"METROPOLITAN"
At'lWKI.VK AND A HALF CENTS
per sample.
The public will please call and sample, and
satisfy themselves that  the rery best la to ba
hud at the above price.
T. .1. BURN'S,
Metropolitan Saloon, Store riireet.
jy 2'.
THII
New Advertisements.
EVENING TELEGRAPH
GENERAL
Job   Printing
ESTABLISHMENT
Langley Street   Victoria,
The   Printing   Office
OF TUB
EVENING
TELEGRAPH
Office is replete with every appliance
and variety of Material for tbe
Execution of
LETTER PRESS  PRINTING!
Ia all iti branches, whether
Plain or Ornamental
THEATRE
Photographic Gallery
(UP   STAIRSf.
'I'HIS   OAU.EIIV,   I.O.VG   AND   FAVOIt-'
1     ably known to Victoriani and Itmagan,
has facilities in the way of light, material?,
tu., and the experience of the proprietor enables him to furnish Cartes de Visite. Ambro-
types, aud photographic work ol .superior
unisli unequalled by any other house rn town,
Uud  Ut  AS   LOW  FU1CI8   88   oTHKa    .StTAULIali-
hk.yts charge for common and inferior
pictures—iu fact nt prices to suit thc times.
Cartes de Visite i - - $5 per Doz
Out door work attended to  at short notice,
and ou tho must reasonable terms.
GEORGE    ROBINSON,
au g Proprietor,
RED LION HOTEL,
GOVERNMENT STREET.
rPHH   AROVE-NAMEP   HOTEL   HAVING
1  been opened hy
JOE      BUEIT,
He will he happy to meet his  friends on all
occasions, an    wilt furnish them with
the best of
Wine?, Liquors, Ale, Porter, &c.,
and Cigars-
BOARD AND LODGING PER DAY $1.
tfif Bagatelle nnd Skittles.
pall and see thc establishment.     JOE presides and keeps order. au 10
THE GREAT   REMEDY   Oi'   THK
AUK.
HOLLOWAY'S OINTMENT.
Thu    rflirt    •!    Ih.     GiulniiHl    »n     the
Hyntrtu,
To the T>rj cot and cen're ofnlj drs n»f»
which n treet the human body, thii pitiimi It a bin
prvpaMMiOl) penetrate*, h disappettre under
the friction of the bunds, oh rait rtisM|<p*-»rs
when rubbed w,ton lucut. The unguent performs its henling errnnd nip-idly, tmfely, natk
without pair.. Simple ernptlMfl,Optfl soree,
bird tumors, «crotuioiu developments of nil
kinds, nhceasei, cancer*, old Huonei, and, m
tact, every species of inflammation and sap*
punition, whether in tie skin, the flesh, th*
glands, or among the muscles, can be .vn-fteb
in it} destructive course, nnd permaMflfJf
CBred without danger by rubbing in Ibtl inestimable (Ointment.
ItllU        I'CgN,
Kore«t   «hi1
A
YOUNG   GIRL  FOR LIGHT IIOUSE-
work, and to wait on tabic.
Apply to
MRS. ZINKE,
Yates St., between Government aud Broad.
jy 27
EX   FIDELITER
A Choice Lot of Bacon
Jixtst   A-i-rived..
For Sale by
an 2
P.   Gilligan,
STORE STREET.
Miscellaneous.
'HUE OFFICE AIMS at securing
X snot speedy Execution of orders ns is
consistent with correct and elegant Work-
manship.
Orders received for Printing
Books, Business Cards,
Pamphlets Invoices,]
Catalogues Bill Heads,
Sermons, Trode Forms,
Reports Circulars, (Pltin
Rentals, Coloured,)
Leases, Hand   Bills. (Plain or
Law Forms of every        Coloured,)
description.
For Prices,   apply   at tho  Office,
Langley street,
EXPRESS LINE STAGES.
''IMIE COACHES OF THIS LINE WTui,
X now run regularly, leaving Yale, li, ('
on
IUouilajN,
Wednesdays,
.tnd Fridays,
AT 7, A. M.,
FOR    SAVAMA'S    F E tt It V
(llig Bend Route), until the  completion ol Ilie
road, wlnin tbey will ^o to Savana's Kerry*
Tbe Conch for Cariboo  will   leave Yule on
Monday. '
jy 2 F. J. RARN\RD.
General News Agent
J. Si rut instil.
EMPIRE NEWS DEPOT
Cor. Washington & Sansome sip-
JSiin FranuUco.
THE ADVkrtihKH is prepared to wpply
with punctuality ami celerity the nnnrxed
newspapers antl periodicals upon the following
terras Al! orders, to receive immediate attention, must be accompanied by cash-remittance,
and handed in previous to the 4th, 14th, and
24th of each month.
London Daily TlttON t1* *>*>
M       Tlw Field  HOQ
"      I1lu«tni»<lTimea « "00
'*      Weekly Times        7 00
M       Bell's LiTe iu London 14 00
1       Weekly Dispatch 14 00
"       IlLNewsortlw World 14 00
14       I'liMic Opinion  7 60
*      Index {Free Irnde) 11 na
"       111.   Sporting Newi  8 00
"      Spectator 14 00
«       Re-iew   1400
"       Sntnrday Kevi«w 14 00
Publh N»ti"n liltH)
I^indu:i Itlustratt-d News..,.. 14 00
Atlatt'c Monthly „ 3 Oil
BlnckwoodN Magazine 3 00
H*arp»r'» Magazine 3 00
Sixpenny Magwiue ^ 3 no
Knickerlmcker ( M 3L)"
l'iuitii- M inlMy •*• 30u
(Jiitl.'v'sl.Klies Bot.k 3 00
Minted! Host 3 00
CimiincTitnl Ma^axine.., n W>
Muilain PetnoroBt*! Monthly 3 00
¥. Leslie-" ww Family Magna ine 3 00
Cliam'ji'VB* Kilinlntrgh   oumal 4 00
Monthly   papain, Ohm a   Week 5 00
All tht Tear Round fi 00
Tli.'koravVComhil I.Mainline 60(
I^mdon Lancet u oo
S, A  Bala's T.-n.pli- Bur Q00
London tfocletj an^aaUio ii i.j
St James MiiitazJiio r, do
Bdlnbttrgh Review  ioo-j
I,mill..n    RevlfW 10 On
North BrltlahRevlew iooo
tf'nttnib^tttr Ret lew i<i no
i "iii»'ii Art Joarna) l^oo
Minii"; \   Smeiliu.- ;-U • jo 00
In many Hospitals in Hurope this celebrated
remedy is now used for tlie cure ol old wnuodf,
Bores, and ulcc/B ; ia Spain nnd Portipjnl, ant
in many parts of Italy, tht* first Phyelehtni Tt-
regularly prescribe its use. It is a soreretfrp
n-tnedy tor bad breasts aud bud lege] and likewise tor all l,i:i ih- '."i.■■(■ -. Tt i.q to Im- found in
tho chest of nearly every Sitilor, soldier, and
emigrant.
1 iiijii'init-iii'it -   of   Vonth ;—Si,!■#■■,   and
Ulcers*
The above class of complnints iR surely r«-
novod by nightly fomenting tbe parts witL
viirm water, nnd then by meet rtfocfneHj rub
oinp in tbfl 'Hntment. PerBOMIufletlog fro?*
these direful complaints should late not n mo
ment in arresting their progress. It should b«
understood that it is not sufficient merely to
smear the Ointment on the affected parts, bul
it must be well rubbed in for some considerable
time two or three times a day, that it may be
tnken into the system, whence it will remov.
only hidden soro or wouid as efl'ectnnlly n»
though it ^cre palpable to the eye. Bread nnd
water poultices, after the rubbiiur iu ol tk.
Ointment, will do great service. This is th?
.inly proper treatment for females in enses cf
cancer in tho stomach, or for those who sufli',
troin a general bearing down.
Piles, Fistuliis, Ktrlcltirr*.
Blotches,aeallO swellings, can wiih certaintj
be radically cured if the Ointment be used
freely, and the Tills be taken night and mom.
ing as recommended in theprintedinstriu-iiionB
Wheu treated in any other way these complaint.
Duly dry up in one place to break cut in another; whereas this Ointment will remove the
humor from the system, and leave the patien
i vigorous and healthy being. It will require
.ime, aided by *.he use of the Tills, to ensure
asting cure.
Ufpthcrtu,   llion iiiiis,   Soi.'   Throuta,
Any of the above class of diseases mny be
"ured by well rubbing the Ointment three
times a .day upon the skin covering the thront,
chest, and neck of the patient. The unguent
will soon penetrate the pores and give immediate relief. To allay the fever and lessen thi
inflamation, eight or ten Pills should be takr»
night and morning. The Ointment will pio-
duce perspiration, which is so essential for
removing fevers, sore throats, and those oppressions of the chest which arise from
Asthma, Bronchitis, and other causes.
liotli   the   Ointment nnd   PIIIh   ahnnld
be   used   in   the   following   Cases t
Bftd 1 fir*
rgrn* (Cjrns)
Rhenmntlsm
BnO Ureasts
Ouncers
lleeUU
Birui
C"iilr«cle<l
and'floi-e Nipples
Bunions
sun Joints
,s. re Throat
BitSOl MoccIh toff.
Klcphnutiaiis
Skin  ilUem
ami Sand-Flies
Fistulas
;>curvy
OCO  b iv
C'lUt
AitV heads
ClltOgb-IOOt
<MiUi<liilar     Swell -Humor*
lilies
Diem
;iillblAinN
li mbapo.
Wuiinds
Cbap|NHl Ui.-i i-
I'iles
Yaws
i
Sntdnt.t'e  EiUhllMunent of   PanVBSSOR  Flouowa
.'■w, Strand, mear Temple v.-.u , London . al»<> (7 a
rtspwtabla Dragfilsti ud Psalers In Medlclnss iiimufh
out tl.e n\ iliXril World, at the (btlowtM pi ice.     ]-. 1 t,j
3. (nl.   1- 0dn lis., S3., and 88a, saob l*ot.
•p*   There  s a cons id trahle taring hjr *.aking th* bU%%i
lass.
S' H. — lllrsetu-ns f'-r the ynlHnnra of rstleui!   in   «vM
ItSQl Im prcamxvd Ut sash Pol
fsEWING MACHINES,"!
\tSt,      ,!'°      ^W
7f      "*^ -^       ^«
Mor»-^-Th<» 5irwi^ RbsUm Is th* tmtif MarhiiM ilia
Will tmm all kind, of doth wnh ull Lit>J< ..r it,-.. ,1.
fits0* n>0QQ~m
MACniNES   SOLD  IN TWO  YEARS
The almost incredible increase in the sale of
the Singer Machine during the pnst two years
is owing to tbe popnlantv of tbe LETTER. A
TRANSVKPSB SHUTTLE Family Machine,
which was introduced in 1800. since which
time it has earned and established a reputation for family uses equal to the celebrated
manufacturing machines ol this Firm, which
are gencrnllv acknowledged, even by denlers
in other Sewing Machines, to be unequalled
for such purposes.
B-lgr NO OTHER Family Sewing Machine
has such perfect and improved appliances for
Ruffling, Hemming, Binding, Felling, Tucking,
(Jathenng, Quaglng, Braldia . ■ or ng, Q tt-
ing, etc.
JB^f All persons requiring «forma Men
about onrSewing Machines,their • ises, Prices,
Working Cnpncities, and the best im-thod of
purchasing,can obtain it by sending for a copy
of the
SINGER   MANTFACTTTRTNO   COMPANY S
IUXSTRATEO   rAMI'HLKT,
Which, is entirely devoted to tho subject.   It
will be sent gratis, with specimens of work.
Local Agent* vanltd in every Town.
wk.liam '     i:
General Agent for the Singer Manfg Co.
to* <£btning   ©fltgopb.
FRIDAY EVENING, AUGUST 17, 1866.
THE  IlIRIIV-iaRDV AND ITS
Tims.
We alladed yesterday to the mis-
rbieTOus attempt of a few men, tome of
tliero, we admit, well enough meaning, lo
divide public sentiment at a time when
nothing but harmonious action on the
part of the people can Bavo the ronnlry.
It was fitting that onr shiftless conti'in-
porft/y, the Chronicle; should e»poii«e the
cause of those who seek by this instruction
to maintain the present burdens on the
people and to give the laud bpeoulutor
further breathing time ; but it mat rather
dangerous for an organ that has lurer
known what it ia to have a fixed principle
to charge us with suddenly changing our
poliiicul views. We recollect, nnd we
dare say tho public of Victoria remember
tbe circumstance cijually well, when a
paper called the Chronicle advocated protective duties one morning and free port
r'octrines the next,—when the who'e
policy of the journal wns changed by a
few advertisements from Wharf street.
Wc also recollect when a compact was
entered into between the Colonist and
Chronicle to refuao certain dictatorial
terms in advertising proposed by the auctioneers, that the latter hiyh spirited sheel
broke faith with its contemporary, went
blubbering to the auctioneers uud ac«
cepted their terms, on thc ground that if it
didn't get the auction advertisements it
would be ruined. Wu recollect, indeed,
a thousand instances where its whole
policy, if we can dignify its inouiliings by
aueh a name, has been us varied as the
wind that blows, aud through very different motives Irom the dinar patrict. It is
ouly u few months since it was following
in tbe wake of the Colonist in denouncing
the Government and its extravagance ; but
now'that a few Treasnry and other notice-i
are in its columns, Governor Kennedy is a
paragon of Governors and the officials
are the most ill-used men In every case
tbe public interest is the last thing thought
of or considered. Its ideas, and its only
ideas of conducting a public newspaper,
ure—never to oppose a mun or an interest
that is disposed to afford patronage,
no matter how small. Hence, wc have
its columns full of fulsome adulation
or unmeaning drivel. If we were to state
its programme, we should say the following are tho men or interests it is ex
pected to support:—First, il is Lordship
of Columbia, whose anointed hands might
grasp the whole of the Crown and public
patrimony, bnt all the sound that would
come from the Chronicle would be tho
Pharisaical psalm of praise ; then the land
speculator who comes in uud takes what
His Lordship leaves ; then tho Government, while it gives advertisements without economising the public funds by putting tho public work out to public coin-
petition j then free port, wbich by tho
wng. is of late rather feebly supported, on
account probably of its diminishing
patronago ; and, lastly, all men or things
that can contribute the sum of two dollars
and fifty cents. Theso nre the pivots on
which our coutemporary turns. Is it any
wondw that it should exhibit a contradiction, an inconsistency in almost every
number ; thnt it should be praising a
thing one day and dououiiciug it the
next 1 Is it any wonder that it should bo
a subject of general eoniompt, and instead
of influencing public opinion damaging
erery cause it undertakes to advocate ?
It denounced tho liberal members of the
House for thoir amalgamation and curtailment of public offices, and the small
majority wns increased to au almost
unanimous vote; it roared as loudly
as Balaam's quadruped against the assumption of a majority in the House
of Assembly initiating money votes, and
the public unanimously supported the
House, nnd the House unanimously
backed up the majority. It foamed
against the resolutions condemning the
(governor's policy, and they were carried
by a inojority of ten to two. The very
result of the agricultural meeting about
which it prates, is the most decisive proof
of its injurious advocacy. It is not many
months ago, as we showed yesterday, that
the principal speakers at the meeting were
strong advocates of the free port policy ;
to-day they nre for tariff. Sucb is the
result everywhere of journalism thnt is
guided by neither ability nor principle ;
its only influence is a baneful oae to ihe
cause it espouses. So thoroughly is this
principle accepted by tbe public of Victoria that to-day thc Chronicle has  only
to advocate a measure to ensure general
suspicion as to the character or object of
the scheme.
So much for our contemporary. Wher.
it talks of the editor of this paper de-
no-incing or assailing the farmers or
any other class of men who are working
to develop the natural resources of the
country, it is braying to the winds. We
have stood up for the farmer when he
could not stand up for himself, and when
the whole wealth of tho country was
arrayed against us, and we have witnessed
the success of our efforts in the principles
advocated by us nearly six yeurs ago
being now engrafted on the colonial statute book. We are no "fair weather "
friends of the farming or other interost,
and when we see cause ' to oppose a
scheme, as we do this late attempt to
create a bone of contention in our midst,
we intend to do our utmost to kill it, no
matter who supports it. Any attempt
now to get up excitements about tho
landed interest or the agricultural interest
is simply to hoodwink the farmer, to turn
the attention of the public away Irom the
Government, nnd lo keep matters in their
present unsatisfactory condition. It
is mere moonshine, if not worse, to
nsk the Governor to throw open the
Indian reserves, while the best and
most available land iu the country is
held iu the vise of the unscrupulous speculator. Thc first effort to settle up the
colony must be nn effort to make this
enemy to colonial progress disgorge his ill-
gotten end ill-kept acres—to tax him
until ho is obliged to sell or cultivate ;
but does nny snno mnn expect thnt a law
of this character can bo passed 60 long as
our present constitution exists—so long
as tho greatest land-grabbers form our
Legislative Council ?• The thing is simply
preposterous, and, as we have said before,
is merely an attempt to throw dust in the
eyes of tbo fanners and others. What is
wanted, nnd without it the population
may as well leave the colony, is a Government that will carry out the views of the
people. This, however, wo cannot have
without a complete change in tbe constitution of the country. The first, the last,
the only legitimate subject, therefore, for
agitation the present time, is tho agitation for this change, and it cannot be
entered upon too foou or too loudly.
New Advertisemsilts.
Ihe Only Sure Way to Save the
Country!
IS TO PATRONIZE
CAMERON'S   ISLAND   PRODUCE
ls/r.ATl?Z.-ElT,
No.   18   Fort   street,   opposite   Mrs.   Ural's
Iloarding-liousc.
T.UMILIES AND IIOTEI.-KEEI'KRS WILL
1 find always oa baud fresh, cheap, and
good
Island Vegetables and Fruit,
Island Fish aud (Inme of all sorts,
Hand Eggs and Iluttcr,
Island Venison cut to order,
Island Poultry, ke., kc., kc.
N. II.—I hereby make known lo the public
that, having made arrangements with certain
island farmers to sell their produce, I am
from this date prepared to sell cheaper than
any Chinaman peddler that ever ate rice—
" So walk on, .Inhn I"
August 17th, 180(1. au 17-lm
WANTED
IN  A   SMALL  FAMILY,   A   YOUNG WO-
mui   to  la ke   cure  of a child, and inuka
herself useful in the home.
Apply   to   LUG. THOMAS,
0  Yates  Street.
Queen Charlotte Coal Mining Go.
(LIMITED.)
Notice of General Meeting.
AN EXTRAORDINARY MEKTING OF
Shareholders of this Company will bo held
in the ollico of the Company on Friday the
24th instnut at 11 o'clock A.M., in accordance with a requisition of the Shareholders,
which may be sceu at the Company's Office,
and to ohtnin the authority of the Company
to issue the C shares.
J. S. WILLIS,
Corner Broad and Trounce sts. \ „
August llth, 1866.
an 15-td
FASHION   HOTEL
AMD
Concert   Room,
The only Place of Amusement in
Town!
rpllE  UNDERSIGNED HAVING LEASED
IL   these  well  known establishments, begs
leave to announce that they will bo
Rc-opened on Saturday, July 28.
The former Billiard Hall has been converted
into a Concert Room, where may always be
found attentive and obliging attendants.
Best qualities of Wines, Liquors, and Cigars served by the proprietor in person.
CHAS. BROOKS.
8QT- Admission Koee. jy '.'6
J.P.Davies&Co.
AlCrOtBEftS AHO COJltllSSiO*   UIIUlllVTS,
Salriroom, Fireproof *<»oe Building,
Wbarf M., near fates.
Cn'h Advances made   on Consignments.
AUCTION.
TO-MOBEOW,
Saturday, August 18.
AT    SALESEOOM
WHARF STREET,
AT 11   O'CLOCK, A. M.,
Groceries
& Provisions,
WINES & LIQUORS,
EX BARK RIVAL,
From San Francisco,
{Staple Goods :
20 bbls G G Flour, Extra
40 bbls G G Floor, Superflno
50 mats China Rice
20 bags Hatnvia
U S Tea
25 half bbls Crushed Sugar
50 boxes C O Soap
— 10 lb-bogs Table Salt
Case   Goods:
Green Corn, Ketchup, Green Beans,
Capers, Yeast Powders, Tomatoes,
Chicken, Turkey, Peaches,
Cranberry Sauce, Tamarinds,
Lobsters, Onions
Liquors:
30 cases St Julian Claret
Martcll Brandy
Dcluc Godfrey llrnndy
50 cases Ordinary Brandy
10 cases Old Tom
2 casks Ale
—ALSO—
AT  COMMENCEMENT OP  SALE,
10 BBLS. CEMENT.
2 Platform Scales
1  Malt Mill
Lot of Sundries
TKR.MS AT SALE
KEAL  ESTATE
NKW    WESTMINSTER
-BV—
au 17
J. P. DAVIES, A CO.,
Auctioneers,
BAKED
PORK   AND   BEANS
EVERY SUNDAY MORNING,
25 Cents a Pot,
—AT—
A.   W.  PIPER'S
BAKERY,
GOVERNMENT    STREET,
OPPOSITE THE THEA1RE.
ou lT-2t
FOR    SALE
rpiIE RIGHT, TITLE, AND INTEREST
JL in Land known as R VIII. S 20, Quam-
iehan Diatric, and R VIII, S l,Somenos
District, in all about 100 acres, situate in the
Cowiclian Settlement.
For particulars apply to
JOHN GLA8SEY,
Bastion street,
ou 9-lm Opposite Sheriffs Office.
Wanted.
W
7ANTED A FEMALE SERVANT.
Apply to
MRS. DAVIES,
ou5 Fisguard Street, n»ar Gov't.
Wanted    Immediately
r TWENTY   COAL   MINERS     FOR   BEL-
1     LIN'GHAM BAY.    Wages $4 per day.
Men with families preferred.
Apply to ALLEN FRANCIS,
au 10-lw U. S. Consul.
GAME   DEPOT,
 I      YATES   ST.,
| Next door to  the corner of Gorcmment,
opposite Z>'lncr's Drujr Store.
AIT Cv T ][ O N » T,HB BPBScmnBB havim; UAtm au.
*"^    ^*T     -*• I   1      ningoiniiits  to   nci-ivc   from   different
I putta Hi* pfDda»6 of the liluml ami cotMtry
h ill be pri purtd to luinUb r   .
Game,
P.   M. KACJIvlJN
Is instructed to sell nt his Salesroom,  Wharf
Sirret, ou
Tuesday,  28th   Inst.,
At 12 o'clock, noon,
Tbe beautiful nnd  commodious   Residence of
JajIKs  CAMWBItEi. i>i| ,  ML.
A>, known as
"ROSE  VILLA/1
And at present  occupied by  A.J. I.ungicy,
Kequire.
THE   GROUNDS
Comprising two (teres, have been improved at considerable outlay. There
nre ou tho property a Porter's Lodye,
Stable and Outhouses, a Kitehen
Garden, and a Hevcr-fd.il.ng well uf
good water, Th« ground rent »ud
taxes are $4 per mouth, and the
property realises at present $60 per
mouth, and hns a term to ruu.
For  further  particulars apply to the Auctioneer or to the Proprietor. nttI7
Mrs.   Hein
KEEPS   CONSTANTLY  ON   HAND TIM',
latest fashions in
MILLINERY,
—A7 —
Prices to  Suit the Times,
GOVERNMENT    STREEl'
Between Fort and Broughton. an5
Fish,
Fruits,
Poultry,
Eggs    and    Vegetables.
Kiich  ond ull in   thoir season,« the Joir«rl
prices,
ft-a?" Fraser River Salmon by each Hteuiaer.
JAMES   AI.LF.Y.
jy :H-lu>
IIAVANACIGABST
IEWIK &  ANTHONY,
TOBACCONISTS.
47  Yates St., Brick Stor»
Next to Corner of Government St.,
BEO TO INFORM THEIR FHIF/NDfi ANI>
tie pobllc in general that they will con-
stautly receive by every steamer a good *s-
lortmentol (.'cmiliie Havana « l«ar»
nnd the B«>«t lirand* of Tobaccor,
imported direct for this market, no that lh*y
nre able tn sompttt with any home on thir
l.-lund. cither Wholesale or Retail.
N.   B—Special   attention will be paid  to-
Criuntrv orders.
HHIIIAN  LEWIN.     |     LOUIS ANTHOXt-.
nu 2
A. & W. WILSON,
House and Ship Plumber*
CASFITTERS,
BELL-HANGERS 4 TIMITH8
FORT   STREET.
All «ni'«li in pramrily attemfed fa
HU 'I
REMOVAL!
The Business of
TiH@iM.AS  WILSON k GO.
Re-commenced   on
MONDAY,    JUNE    19th
In their New and Commodious Store in
iMZ-A-SOZNTia     HALL,
GOVERNMENT      STREET,
(Opposite tlie Bunk of British Columbia,)
WITH   THEIR   USUAL
WELL - ASSORT ED    STOCK
INCLUDING
Goods received by last. steamer,and cpnjpri&ini? Silks, Shawls, Printed
Cambrics and Dress Materials of every description;   Long
Cloths, Sheetings a»d Quilts;   Velvets, Tweeds,
Lace Curtains. Damasks, Heps, Chintzes,
Gents', Ladies'and Children's
Hosiery and Gloves;
Trimmings, kc. jy 3
iy 2
LONDON    HOUSE,
May '60th, 1866. ,
Our Importations for tlio present season are now
complete by arrivals per EXPRESS this morning,
and the extensive shipments now landing from the
EASTERN CHIEF
Our DRESS, MANTLE, SILK, SHAWL, MILLINERY, LACE, HOSIERY, DRAPERY, FANCY
and UPHOLSTERY departments aro now replete
with thc newest and choicest goods. Either Wholesale or Retail customers will find this tlie best stock
we have yet offered.
LONDON FIRM, VICTORIA} V. I.,
J. P. Tunstall Co. J. H. Turner;* Oo. ■■I
*******
ifrtning   (Telegraph.
FRIDAY KVKSI.MJ, ACUDIT 17,186*.
COMMERCIAL
llfTIOJ    SALE   TO-HOKILOH'.
J. P. PAVIKS k 00 will sell at Mb*
room, Wbarf street, at 11 o'clock ii-iu., Groceries and Provisions, Wines and l.iquor.i,
alio, IU bolt Cement, 2 I'latl'uriu .Scales, 1
Halt Mill, ke , ke.	
HIIIHIMKU   l»l KI.I,IUK«(K.
i-oktofVictoria. rAMOoovn  ibi.avh.
KSTKKKii.
Aug 17—Stmr Muinfurd, Coffin, Now Wcsl-
miiiiUr
Schr Surprise, Spring. N. W. Const of V. I.
Mclir Malildn, QrOOBVOOd, Nitnaiuiu
Kip Native, Knight,.N. W. Coast.
Hip Nortberu Light, Sulci ill', I'ort Angelos
CLKAI1KII.
Aug 17—Sip Northern Light, SutclilTc, Port
Angelas 	
IIiutihu Coluhiiia Itkms.—The Cariboo
;S«i<inrf announces tbat Mr. Ilariiiinl, tht i-nt-r-
prising Cariboo Expressman, bus reduced tlie
rate upon letters from William's Crick to
Victonuto 50 cents eicli, while tlie lUgl fare
from the creek to Yale bus been reduced  to
$05 Thc people of Ynlc have tendered a
complimentary excursion to Captain Irving to
tbe Hracks of New Westminster, for a lire-
man's pleasure excursion. The offer was accepted and thc picnic will  take  place  next
week Customs BoctJpU for weekending
Saturday, August llth.—Duties, $3,108 2T ;
harbor dues, $92 64 ; head money, ?.')<! 00 ;
louoago dues, $510 01 ; inland navigation
licenses, $00 ; fees, $1. Total, $3,754 02.
Number of passengers, 30.
Foa New Wkstminsteii. — The steamer
Alexandra sailed for New Westminster this
morning, With some 25 passengers and 130
tons of merchandise—the largest freight of
the season. The Alexandra will go up to
Langley this trip, for 300 barrels of salmon,
put up there by Mr. Allard for tlie company,
aad will therefore probably not arrivo down
here before 12 o'clock on Saturday night.
Th» U. S. Cutteu Lincoln sailed for New
Westminster this morning just seven mlontci
after tho Alexandra. She carried up Captain
Franklin, of the Saginaw, Messrs. Mumford
and Haines, of the Tclogrnph Co., and Captain
Finning, wbo will take the Lillooct at New
Westminster and visit Yale, returning on
Wednesday next.
Real Estate Sale.—Mr. J. P. Davies sold
yesterday the Royal Hotel, lot and building,
nt Esquimalt, for $2000 to Mr. J. T. Howard.
Thc other Esquimau lots sold at from $40 to
$125 each. The Wilcox Hotel, brick building
on Fort street, sold for ?5000.
Leech Uiveii.—Mr. Ilomfray, who returned
frmn Leech River last evening, informs us
that two or three nuggets worth from $20 to
$35 have recently been got out ut Wolf Creek,
nnd that it was reported that a $105 nugget
had been picked up at Bacon Bar.
New Way to Get a Livino.—The Chronicle of this morning recommends the unemployed to collect the hazel-nuts which arc
found along the Leech River trail, aud forward
them to California, by which tbey may "realize a handsome sum 1"
Faii.ko to APF1AB—Thomas McFarlaml, who
was charged with stealing a gun, and released
on bail of $20, failed to appear in tbo police
court this morning, nnd the amount was forfeited. _
UoiitiE and Vaoabond.—Sam Williams was
charged this morning with being a rogue and
vagabond, in additioa to the charge of beating
"Kill Sally," a klootchnnin, and was remanded till Monday.
Fob Race Rocks.—The Sir James Douglas
went down to Race Rocks this afternoon, to
pay the Lighthouse employees nnd carry
down necessary supplies.
From Nanaiko.— Tho steamer Sir Jame.-
Douglas arrived down yesterday evening with
30 passengers and a quantity of produce.
Aiuiivci) Home.—Tho II. D. Co.'s ship
Glarnmarn reached London in live months
Mid one dny after leaving this port.
* Auction.—A fine lot of fresh stnplo and
case goods and liquors, ex bnrk Rival, will be
sold by 1. P. Davies k Co. to-m»rrow.
Housi or A«s«Mni,Y.—There was no business done nt the Honse to-day.
Mb. Ziiin begs to announce to the innabit-
nnts ot Victoria that ho ban lately received a
large assortment of Children's Carriages and
Chairs, Fishing Baskets and Fishing Canes,
•nd a large quantity of Market and Travclliug
Baskets, China Vases, Fancy Goods and Toys,
all pf which have to be sold on or before
February next at greatly reduced prices
Goods sold at wholesale for cost prices.     *
Removal.—Messrs. Solomon Bros, have removed to the two-story brick building on
Government street, opposite the St. Nicholas
Hotel. They have received, ex ship Mohawk,
from London, a fine assortment of men's
clothing and underclothing, which they will
sell lower than any house in town. Give them
a call. *
Alexandre's Gloves—Messrs. J. H. Turner
k Co., London House, have roceived to-day,
by Express from Paris, a full assortment of
Alexandre's famous kid gloves, for which
they nre the sole agents in Vancouver Island
nnd British Columbia. *
Mb. D. Likusay, Accountant nnd Official
Assignee in Bankruptcy, 4c, 4c, requests
us to intimate that he will remove his Office
to Captain Stamp's New Building, Government Street, on Monday, 30th July. *
GaoLNDLEssCuAuna—John Parker, ul U . k
Point firm, w with  Mealing  and
killing ■ cow. the property of E Iward Vine,
of PeAit t i: <-.. ml i< I al ' 7". Mr. I
appeared for the ftnttatint und Ur. Copland
'"r ilef.-ml.ml. /.'</, : I ]'„,-. tMOta, said : —
From infuriuitiou 1 have received I sluuff
John Parker and his bruther Thimms, uilh
stealing my cow. On the I'Jth June the cow
was missing ; she was nine years old ; I went
i ndkt-.l him to fchow me the
hide :ii,,1 horns of the bea t he bad killed : be
said he would, he believed it was in the
stable : he said lie generally threw Ihe hide-'
out un the dung-heap ; he would set III'' old
man to boat il up j my niw had nine full.
.'ired t-'-tli. Thi Beach—»• Where was the
■lath tooth f" Witness—"In her month, I
believe!' (Laughter; Mr. Copland cross-
ejiimined the witness,  but without eliciting
anything material.
Martin l.-iirson. sworn—Worked with Parker ; taw ■ red ii ii' 1 white cow belonging to
Mr. Vine on Mr. Parker's property on We.l-
DUdaj morning; Parker killed a beeve on
Wednesday, and thi be.nl was brought in
skinned aad tbi burns off: tlie old man cut
the tongue out j Pinker sail it whs a 2-vear
old heifer, but we looked at the teeth and
thought il un c.liler beast ; bad left Parker
because of a diirerence with him.
That, /fines, sworn—Was at Parker'i ahoet
June It-Ill. and saw a .nun;: urimal killed,
and helped to hoist it up ; it seemed a cow of
about 3 years old, certainly not 4; Thomas
Parker helped to hoist up ihe eow.
John Stafford, bntcbir, sworn —Had bought
a hind quarter of young beef from Jobu Parker about two months ■;;'..
N. C. Bailey, sworn—Bought some nice
young beef from John I'm kcr about 2 months
ago.
The magistrate said the evidence wns en.
tlrcly wanting in the requisites to enable
him to send it lo a bi -her court, and tbe
character of John Parker was pretty well
established by bis lung residence on the
Island. Thc case, however, showed the
necessity of some local law compelling parties
t'i klip tbi hides for some time after killing.
He would dismiss tbe case, as there was no
evidence whatever against thc accused.
TELEGRAPHIC
SPECIAL Tl) THE BVEIfUtfl TEUXltUMI.
To-day's    Despatches.
Drcndftil Catastrophe in San
Francisco-'Six people killed
and fifteen badly wounded.
Tlm liutlg Ntmt city article says tlm
process of equalization of prices us between EngUnd ami America tlirrcigh tba
medium of the cable continues to prejudice prices of American securities.
Baring Bros, report a large business in
U.S. 5 W.
A London paper says :—' In a lurge
glaa case, Handing in om of the upper
chambers of our great National  llnaaaa,
is to be seen the skeleton, decontlv en-
rated in Iti original burial Hollies, of one
Pharaoh Myiierinus, surrounded by frag,
mentl of the COffln, whereon the name of
its occupant can be easily read bv ilie
Egyptologist! of the present day ; affording thereby conclusive evidence that it
contained tbe mammy of a King who was
reigning in Egypt more than a century
before the time of Abraham.1
New   Advertisements.
NOTICE,
iN'ew A<lvi-rtis»:ineiit».
MARTIN    BROS.,
IMPOKTKItS  OF
Groceries and Provisions, |
FIREPROOF BUILDING,
LATELY OCCUPIED BTL'HOTKUBB&C*
-w:h:.a.:r:f
S|M-rial ftottcc*.
TBI I'MjI'I-R's FlilKMi—l'KKRV DlYIB*   ftBBMM   PJI|
Kui.m— Tlie (Jrriieft Family Meiltcuiu of tin; Age—
Tnken iuternally, it cum Hidden ooldi, eoufhi, •!&,
fUk itnmuch, jfiier.il debility, nurm-ry ION mouth,
canker, liver complaint, djri)iC|M|a or IndlgMtloA,
cramp aid pain in t! o stomach, bowel complaint,
painter*' colic, Asiatic cholera, dinrrhoei, and dyMrn-
tery. Aitlihi KXTKfiNAi.iv. curca feloni, bolll and old
mck, at'vcre burin and sca'd«, Ctttl, bruises and
■|i. Wl, iwelltd joints, rfogwono and tetter, broken
brcaitH, ... U .1 and chilblain.*, ton tine he, p.iin in
.hv   boa,  QenrtlKln   and rbtuniitUin),   It is   a sure
remedy for Ague anil Chilli and Fever.
H'Ji.ioh'at'.s Ointkk.nt ami I'l6U.— CoughI and colds
are iilifce d stress! .« to the pali'-nt and nnnojtng tO
times around liiin- 'Hip mode of cure i« simi'lI, inim
cent, and iffeCtlve, HoMoWftjr'l Onilm-nt ebotild be
thoroughly rubb>d Into the client and between tlm
Made hours twice a day, while tho blood is uuder^idng
pnr.lic ttion by tpptopruttfl doiliofllll Pills. A double
remit is thus »eeure>l—tlie air lubca nre relieved of
iirt-iimulnted plilegm und thc lUBgl are freed fronnm
impiiro circulation. Than favHrin^ coiiflitinni remote
thu c:une a in' tho cough ceases. }iy l\w mini niOini.
and With iqoal facility, tho trealinent by H'tlluway'i
iitaitiiiiablo remedies will cvercoiiio ulcerated and Bore
throat*', diptheri.i, broncbtttl, pleurisy, and a^thmatical
and pulmonary congestive complaints.
STREET.
nit r.
Dissolution of Partnership.
'IMIK  FABTflKBSHfP KBRSTOVOBI IX-
L iitintc tjHtwvea ItoHBkT Hkshy Mtumk t*ud
IIknkv Jeilomk hi Hutfl-kee|>ers nt " I In: Old
I'luj; Inn, Ntuiiiiiuo, hus tbis day been dissolved by inutiitil cunsi'tit. The Iju-ine-j will
in luturo be curripd on by the sa-d Hobrrt
Henry Stent u!nn»*, wlio will collect nil out-
htunUing uccouuts und jmv all liabilities of
the late purtrierahip.
Wltneiii U  II. 8TOHB,
Jot. McClobi.      HBKBY JKKOMK.
Nanaimo, Augttlt 'f, 1806. nu j-lm
J.    SPENCER,
HOUSK AND SHIP
F 31. TJ n^C B E -Fi ,
Gas-fitter and Bell-hanger,
Corner  Yates and Government streets
All lirancliea of the above ljusiiipss prac-
tlcally done with npntnpss nnd despatch, at
charges to correspond with the times.
atiG
Everett's Exchange,
STORE   STREET,   V. I.
San Francisio, August 11, 10 a.m.—
Al out half-pnat two this morning Sumner
Street House, on Sumner street, above
Montgomery, fell with a terrilile crash.
The liouso w us a three-story brick and
was occupied by J. Brewster, Jr., as a
boarding house. There wero thirty or
forty occupants. Six persons were killed
and 15 injured, some of tliein fatally. The
Ciinse of this horrible catastrophe was the
undermining of tho wall in excavating for
thc foundation of the new addition to the
Odd Fellows' Hall The building is a
complqte wreck, nothing bnt a portion of
the front wall being left standing.
FACTS vs. THEORIES.
,    i:ii ■'<>;>> an.
HALIFAX, August 14—Thc steamship
Cuba brings advices to the 5th.
The steamer Cyclone, of Glasgow, was
detained in Great Falmouth Yards on
suspicion of infringing the neutrality proclamation with respect to Spain and Chili.
She was ostensibly bound fron Hamburg
to Uio Janeiro, supplied for ten months,
and detained at the request of tho Spanish
Government,
Much better feeling prevails at Frank.
fort, tho soldiers billetted upon tho Inhabitant! having been returned to thc
burrai'ks.
A Uoyal decree has been published authorising the circulation of tho national
currency in tho Venetian provinces occupied by military.
A correspondent of tlio London Times
gives an account of Marshal Benedek's
retreat. He describes tho demoralisation
of his troops, and says that every incssen
ger from Vienna was ordered to say on his
return, " make peace or the army will be
annihilated."
It is stated that tho United States Gov-,
eminent has preferred charges against"
certain persons In France who have disposed of public property belonging to the
Southern Confederacy.
The Paris correspondent of tho London
Times asserts that the result of the war
has occasioned a deep feeling of discontent In France. Tho Emperor himself
was confident of Austria being victorious,
and hardly concealed the hope that he
should obtain the llhiue provinces without tho loss of a single man.
London, August 13th— The cholera is
decreasing in the city.
Bates, a prominont iron master of Tun-
stall, has failed. Liabilities about JfioOO,-
000. Half this sum is secured by loan on
works of which he was owner.
New York advices August 1st, received
by cable, appear in the English papers of
the '1th, the day tho Cuba sailed from
Loudon.
" Give me a piace to rest my lever on,"
says Archimedes, *• and I will move the
world." '' Give ine 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 the 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 mugic filters uud
charms of the " evil eye," See.
Hut these latter days huve borne iir.to us
BOIDftthing more than even superstition hnd
its crew ever dreamt of in thoir maddest phi.
losophy. Jn these days of practical science,
what wus theory uf yesterday ir fact to-duy,
and all the old time notions become as bubbles
in thc eun, and burst and break with every
breath we draw.
Let Archimedes shoulder his lever and wc
will find a resting place for it to move the
world, bet mine ancient Medicus pant und
toil no more for the drugs he so sorely needs,
for wc have them nt our bund, ever rtiidy to
serve them nt his beck.
Refined in the laboratory of Dr. KagLiel,
the finest materials known In the medical pro
fession are obtainable by any one. His
billions, Dyspeptic, and Diarrhoea Pills stand
unrivalled, and his Salve operates with mngi-
cul effect upon burns, scalds, and all sores and
ulcers of the skin.
In fact, we think Maooiel's Pills and Salve
are the wonder of this century, and we are
happy in the thoujrht that many others of our
brethren ol the emit agree with us. We would
earnestly counsel that all families provide
themselves with Dr. Maggiel's Prepaintions al
once, and keep them ready at baud, ao as to
use them at ihe most opportune timo and as
occasion serves.— Valley Sentinel.
'1'HK PROPRIETOR RESPBOTFULLY IN-
1. forma his friends and the public mat he
hits opened his old stand in Store street, where
he will keep ns before the finest quality of
WINKS, LIQUORS, and CIGARS.
Come and see.
au 3-lra       PAT. EVERETT, Proprietor.
TOBACCO PLANT
ARRIVAL OF ANOTHER CARGO FROM
Virginia & Cuba,
VIA 'ASPINWAIX,
Of the Jlest   Celebrated Brand! of
TOBACCO   &   SEG-ARS
EVER IMPORTED
Samples can be had at the "AOEtPHl,"
corner Vales and Government streets.
Arrival of a fewmore Plants
by the " California."
8®» Office of C. F. Green's Victoria
and Esquimalt Express.
F. CAMPBELL,
au2 ADF.LPHI SEGAR STORE.
CARRIAGE   PAINTINir
IX   ALL  ITS  BRANCHES,
Yates Street,
Between Deluge Engine House
and tbe International Hotel.
Work   soliiiie.l.   a:id   done   on   tbe
reasonable liriun by
W. M- KKOIIAN
au '2-\tn
HERMAN   SHULTZ,
His Well Known and Old Ettablinhed
Stand
The Government st. Boot Store,
Has just received   per steamer
A   FIXE   ASSOIVl'.MENT   OF
Ladies'  and   Children's   Shoes,
Which he offers at a very low price.
Receives by each steamer from  England aad
Suu   Francisco
BOOTS     tSc    SHOES
or  Tin
FINEST   AND  BEST QUALITY,
FRENCH   LEATHER,
—AND—
SHOE     FINDINGS,
At prices to correspond with ihe times.
au 12
NOTICE
—OF—
CG-PARTNESSHIP.
BUNSTKR
HAS THIS DAY
ENTERED INTO
Partnership
WITH ALL LOVERS OF
GOOD    ALE!
an 17-Im
NOTICE.
DURING   MY   TEMPORARY   ABSENCE
at San Francisco,   my   brother,   Peter
Matthlessen, holds my Power of Attorney.
Dated Hotel St. Nicholas, Government street,
Victoria, 14th August, 180C.
nu 15 N. C. MATTHIESSEN.
Dissolution   of  Partnership.
THE PARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE Existing between James (jrnhamshiw and
Thomas (i. Morris, Conlrnctors and Iluilders,
has been dissolved by mutual consent, Mr.
Morris having retired from the business, which
will be carried on liy Mr. Griihamslaw.
All persons indebted to the firm aro requested to pay the same to James Grahamslaw,
and claims nguinst the fiim must be presented
within fourteen days from this date
Victoria, V. I., j'uly Mth, 18GU.        jy25
Belief  for   the   Afflicted.
THE INTRODUCTION OF
Perry     Davis1
Vegetable Pain Killer
To the Suffering Hnmanity of this Age
has relieved more pain, and caused more
real joy thau any other one thing that can
be named.
TSTOTIOE.
HardlBreacU Hard Bread!
STORE ST. CRACKER BAKERY,
Best Quality of Pilot Bread at 6 l-2c
per lb., or $5 per box delivered.
Navy at 5c per lb., or $4 per box do.
Butter at 9c per lb.
Soda at 9c per lb.
Wm.   Moncks,
au 8 Proprietor.
L.    BETTMAN.
EALER IN DRY GOODS,  GROCERIES,
BOOTS AND SHOES, &., kc., ke.
au It
0E
Olympia, W- T-
■W"J5l3STTEID
three boabders at $8 per week.
The best the market can afford placed
on the table.     Apply nt tho
REE HIVE   nOTEL,
jy 30 Fort street.
IMPORTER    AND    WHOLESALE
DEALER  IN
Oregon and California Flour,
Middlings, Bran. Grain, Butter,
Lard, Provisions, etc, etc,
.Families and the Trade supplied on the
most reasonable terms.
No. 40 Government street,
NEAR CORNER OF FORT.
jy29
Sea Baths?   Sea Baths"
25 cents. 25 cents,
TIIK  UNDERSIGNED   BEGS  LEAVE TO
inform the public that ho has established
a first-class
Salt-Water    Bath-House,
Moored just above Douglas Foundry.
N. II.—Bathers taken lo thc Bath-house free
of charge, by boats from the foot of Johnson
street.
86a?" Between the hours of 1 and 4 p.m. the
Bath-house will be open for ladies ouly.
jy 18 JOHN   KE1D.
Invaluable   Remedy.
Our first Physicians  use it, and  recommend
its  use;   the   Apothecary finds  it   first
among thc medicinal called for, and
the wholesale Druggist considers
it a leading article of his
trade.     All the dealers
in medicine speak
alike   in its favor; and its
reputation as a medicine of great
merit and virtue is fully and permanently  established,  and it is the great
Family MediciDe   of tlw Age-
Every Volunteer should have a bottle, in c»so
of sudden attacks of Disease.
Taken Internally, cures
Sudden Colds, Coughs, Ac,
Weak Stomncli,
General Debility,
Nursing Sore Mouth, Canker,
Liver Complaint,
Dyspepsia or Indigestion,
Cramp and pain in the Stomach,
Bowel Complaint,
Painters' Colic,
Asiatic Cholera,
Diarhtea and Dysentery.
Taken externally cures
Felons, Roils, and Old Sores,
Severe Burns and Scalds,
Cuts, Bruises and Sprains,
Swelling of the •loin's,
Ringivorin anil Tetter,
Broken llreasts.
Frosted Feet and Chilblains,
Toothache,
Fain in the Face,
Neuralgia aud Rheumatism.
FA.T1KT   KILLER
Taken internnlly, should be ndr.lterated
with milk or water, and sweetened with
stijriir, if desired, or made into a syrup
with molasses. For a COUGH and
Bronchitis, a few drops on Sugar, eaten,
will lie mure effcctivi than anything else.
For SORE THROAT, (rnrgle the throat
with n mixture of Fain Killer and water,
and the relief is immediate and cure positive.
8@" It should not be forgotten that
tho P^iin Killer is equally as cood to
take internnlly as to use externally.
Each bottle is wrapped with full directions for its use.
Prices 25 cents, 50 cents & $1 per bottle. The Career  ol   (Jen.   Ueiicdek.
First   among   th» generals of Austria
stands Louis, or l.udwig, von Benedek, »
genuine Hungarian, and yet trusted alike
by Austrian and   Magyar,   Kaiser   and
peasant.     lie   was   born   iu   1804   at
Oedenbnrg (Hungary), and was the son
of a medical professor.    He manifested a
bent for a military  career at a very early
age, and received a suitable education at
the Imperial Military Academy of Neus-
tadt.    He quitted   this at eighteen, and
joined tbe army as a cadet,  had  liia flrst
commission in 1831,  was promoted to be
second lieutenant, placed on the HinfT, and
•eut to Italy.    In 1835 ho wan a captain,
live years after  ho   was advunciil lo the
rank of adjutant-major, and left Italy fcr
Poland.    Ilia   conduct   iu that Dobappf
country   wus   characterised   by so much
lact and intelligence  that even  there he
avoided hatred, while both commendation
nnd reward were bestowed on him liy  Ihe
authorities   at   Vienna.    He  passed I be
grade of lieutenant-colonel,  and   iu   lS-lfi
was Hindu (ull colonel.    At this juncture
the insurrection iu Oalicia broke out, and
the position of the Austrian troops was
not only   dangerous,   but  difficult.   The
peasant* rose to a man  with   tho   object
of exterminating the  landed  proprietors,
nnd but for the successful result of lieu
Collin's   attack    on   Cracow,   nnd   the
decisive advantage obtained by Ileuedek
at Gdow, the  social  conflagration would
have   lasted   much   longer.     For    this
Benedek received the Cross of the  Order
of Leopold, nnd was Intrusted with the
task of reestablishing order in tlio KiM.
The Archdukn Ferdinand u'Estc nt once
discerned and   appreciated   nt   its   real
value the military capacity shown by the
Hungarian   colonel,  and  recommended
him so earnestly  nt court thnt the regiment of Gyulai Lancers was placed under
his command,  and  he was despatched to
the army iu Italy.    Here he  highly distinguished   himself.   The   retreat   from
Milan to Verona wns conducted by Mm,
And at the attack of Cunatone Iris  troops
fiistained a Ore of   artillery   from   either
eide,   and   Anally, by a brilliant bayonet
■charge, decided the fortune  of   tho   day.
for this be was honourably mentioned by
Radetfiky,   nnd    recommended   for   tlio
Order of Marie Theresa, the highest distinction    wbich    A us; rin    accords    for
military services.    It   was   durlnlg   this
campaign that an extraordinary piece  of
good   fortune   rewarded    his   brilliant
courage.   Two   days   before Novura the
l'icdiuonlcse, under the command of Dur-
undo and Victor Emmanuel  (then   Duke
of savoy), had retreated am! posted themselves, to the number of  24,QUO    in   the
email town of Murium, about which hung
the   Austrians,   numbering   only 15,000
iind 48 cannon.    Benedek   now   made a
proposal which, after some demur, he was
allowed lo carry nut.    Accordingly   with
<Jne division comprehending his own  regiment, and supported by two companies of
riflemen, nnder the cover of an unusually
dark night, he   threw   himself  into   the
■principal  etrects   of Mortnra, by way of
the Porta Milium, chnscd  the surprised
troops   before   him   until lie reached the
i'orte Vicelli, the opposito   gate   of   the
(own, and hero   barricaded   himself with
broken carriages, dead horses,  aud  anys
thing else which served tlio purpose, when
suddenly he heard thc I'ieduioulese march
■sound full on them.    He was,  of course,
Mparated   from   tlie  outside   body   of
Austrinn troope, and,  thus taken   in the
rear,   resolved   on   a   desperate    move.
Heading his handful of men,  us  though
they were   the   main   body entering the
town  by   the  gate near which they had
barricaded   themselves,   he charged, and
cried to the enemy   to   surrender.    The
Italians, in thc darkness, believing  themselves suriouuded, gave np   tleir   arms,
iind before they could recover  their mistake  the  Austrians en masse e itered the
town from tho other end, and iho  result
of Ihat night's work was the capture  of
six cannon, 66 olliccrs,   and   21X10   men,
with   many   horses   and  much bnggage,
some of which belonged to the  Duke of
Savoy.     When    peace    wns    restored,
Benedek   was   rewarded by being mado
major-general of the Heynnn Bridge, nnd
soon after gained  fresh  laurels in Hungary.    Both   in   ihat  country   nnd   in
l'olund his name, from tbo necessity of his
duty, becumo linked with ninny proeceed-
ings   little   in   accordance  with his real
nature.    But  though  he wns most exact
in obeying orders once received, his voice
in the conncil chamber was always heard
in   favor   of   conciliation    nnd    mercy.
Though the war of 1859 ended disastrously
tor Austria, Benedek made himself botii
known and  dreaded by  the French and
Dalian troops, nnd it is on him that tho
hopes of the  Austrians rest.    He is beloved by  his officers  for  his  blunt  nnd
kindly frankness, by the soldiers for the
almost  tender   and  fatherly   care  with
which ho  watches  over their  comforts.
The prejudice of birth is not yet entirely
eradicated from Austrian society, antl it
is said tbat some of thc aristocracy still
treat Benedek  with hauteur, which is ns
senseless ns contemptible,    lint as a military chief ho commands tlio respect ol
the most  perverse and  foolish,  and   the
Emperor in particular follows  his advice
and treats  him wilh  marked   favor and
confidence.    When lately he assumed the
command of the  army in the  north, he
instantly  stipulated that   the  archduke
should be placed at the head of the troops
in the south, and 'hat, with regard to his
staff appointments, he sltonld have entire
liberty of choice ; in snch matters it is no
secret that ho prefers Poles and Hungar
ians to Germans. He has established hie
headquarters at Fardubitz, in Bohemia,
a small town containing a feudal castle,
and in a secluded situation. It is almost
unknown, and unfrequented by all save
the aristocratic families of Vienna, the
members of which are attached to field
(.ports. The line plains which lie around
abound in game, and afford excellent
hunting ground, Pardubitz has thus become a kind of Bohemian Melton, and
tba members of a certain sporting
club meet there every autumn, with their
horses, dogs, servants, ic, for the pursuit
of this amusement. Tbe strategetic advantages wliicli this little town possesses
have not escaped the eye of Benedek. It
is situated at the junction of two main
lines of railway, the one from Vienna to
Dresden, the other from Vieuna to Silesia, and so gives direct and easy transport into Sjiiony on the one hand, and
into Prussia on the other, in person
Uenoral von Benedek is of the middle
height, spare, wiry, and exceedingly uc-
live, of upright and military bearing, with
finely sharp-cut features, and a high ac-
quilloe nose, uud, like most of the continental officers, much shorn and shaven
with the exception of a pnir of thick
moustaches. Ue has qnick, penetrating
eyes, ond his maimer is distinguished by
tho courtesy nnd attractive mixture of
gentleness, and courage, and gaiety which
used lo be ihe mark of the old school.
Ho boasts ol being every inch a Hungarian, und his scrupulous honor, both in
his private and public character, has
never been even called in question.
New AdvertisomoiitH.
ALICE   BROWN'S
FANCY   TWIST
SMOKING TOBACCO
JUST RECEIVED AT
A.   W.   KEYSEB'S,
rogcibcr wilh some fine
HAVANA. CIGARS DIRECT.
Also on hand
Wine Sap, Peach, Apricot, Mary's Own,
Light Pressed, Natural Leaf, Buffalo
Tongue, and Atlantic Cable
Tobacco-
JUST RECEIVED  PER BARK RIVAL
A Fine Assortment of
Meerschaum   Pipes.
Call and examine.
au 5-lm
WILLIAM   LYONS,
SHiiFP'iisro-
— ANO—
Commission      Agent,
On the Comer of
Wharf and Johnson Streets.
nu 3-2m
The "Grotto,"
OPPOSITE TIIE TELEGRAPH OFFICE.
Fora glass of choice  liquor go  to the
"Grotto,"
There " nose hot the best '' you will
find is the motto.
Mint Julep?, Sherry Cobblers—everything
cooling ;
Come yo that do thirst, you will find its
uo fooling.
a u 2
Alhambra
BILLIARD SALOON,
foiu.it <;i!vi:itMii:\i ami v.itks srs.
tt:p-staj:k,s-
Entrancc on Yates Street.
nu 3.1m
THE IPIOlXrEER
ICE CREAM,
—FR051 THE—
PACIFIC TELEGRAPH HOTEL,
IS AGAIN IN THE FIELD.
rjlIIE PROPRIETOR IS PREPARED TO
J- supply, na usual, his customers, parties,
balls, etc., at moderate rates.
PACIFIC TELEGRAPH HOTEL,
au 3 Store street.
J;  NAGLE,
Shipping Mi: ster and Commission
Agent-
M****\
im
pUEWS SUPPLIED AT TIIE SHORTEST
KJ Notice—Goods entered and cleared ut
the Custom House; Manifests, Charter Panics,
nnd Ri Is of Sale made out. Vessels bought
or sold.
SSf Several small Vessels for sale or
charter.
Office—Bastion street, near the Police
Barracks. jvi7
New Advertisements.
UNION HOTEL,
Corner Bastion and Langley sts-
Miscellaneous.
THE PBOPRIBTOR IM St'lTTri'i.I.Y Iff.
fornii the public,   that   tbe above   named
Hotel   is   n»w   open    for   the   reception   of
Hoarders.
Tcrmi :
Board and Lodging per week $10 00
Board without Lodging 8,00
The Hotel
I* located in the moot central pan of the i-ily,
being in the imiuediaie vicinity of the principal lluiiness House, Ihe Tlieniro and oilier
places of amusement in the ciiy.
The Table
Will he supplied with all the delicacies that
our markets nfTord.
An early application is necessary as only a
limited number of boarders will be taker, it
being the Intention of the Proprietor to do all
in his power to promote the comfort of Ihose
who may favor him wilh their patronage.
REFERENCE   REQUIRED-
T. H.  He L'ANN, Proprietor.
Victoria, V. I, July 30tb. 18G6.        jy 30
Wanted to Borrow
2500     nDOX-iIL.-A.nS
ON FIRST-CLASS UKAL ESTATE Billy producing $60 par month. The
■OHM ITOOld be laken tor one jam at 1J per
rent, per month,
tot particulars apply to
A. F. MAIN,
mi J Government street.
WILSON &  MURRAY,
GKOCERS,
Provision, Wine k Spirit Ueroliunts,
BAKERS  & CONFECTIONERS,
10IIT ST., VICTORIA, V. f.
SHIPPING"SUPPLIED.
•a t
Miscellaneous.
A   Triumph    of    Science
—AND—
THE  LI GUT   OP   THB   WOULD
DR. MAGGIEL'S
PILLS   &  SALVE.
Theso Tiifc-(riving riMrificlieK nr* now,  fnr   tlio   fir t
Mine, if ton publ'oly to tli" w >r A.   For over milliliter
(fa century ofprlvfttepmotieetbolngrtdUiiUin then
Life-Giving Pills
Hav* bern used witli the gre*tent giieccm. Thfir
mlNilan is u'-t on y to prevent t Isesm\ tint to cure
They eei'rch om- ill- varions mftUdlbi by winch the
pHtfont Ih suffering, ami r**inVlgortt«l the ailing
system. T< the asfe'l aiul infirm a lew (logos of theso
valuable PILL8 will|rove tube
A YERY FOUNTAIN OF YOUTH,
For in every ease they add new life anil vitality, and
restore the Winlngonorgle* to their i-ristine sitae. T.>
the joiing nn I iniJdN i-geri they will prwvfi moat In-
vain i tie, a« a roi y, Bp'icitii! nml Bteninif medicine.
• ere h a dream realized, tlut Punee-de-Leon sought
for tineo hundred years ago, nnd never f mnl. He
looktd fora f in i tain that would rcBtore the old to
Trigor and make youth ever
An Eternal Spring-1
It was left for this d'iy nnd hour to realize tho dream,
and shuw in one glorious fact the magic that u.ade
ii fair.
THESE FAMOUS  REMEDIES
Cannot stay the flight of year*, hut th<>y can force hack,
an'' hold nloof, disease* ihat mi't.t trt'tnph over the
ag -d.nnd the young. Let n-iie hesitate then, hut
telle the favorable opportunity that offers. When taken
as proscribed—
For Billious Disorders
Nothing can he mora p-oductiee of cure than than
Pills.—Thoir almost in-igic influence is felt at O'icuj
and tho usual ctmo uiitnnts of this nmat distressing
iliti<-iise nr>: removed. 'Thut-eremedies are made from
thc pi.rust
VEGETABLE COMPOUNDS.
They will not harm the most delicate female, and
■'•■:■< bu Ki *n with good effect iu prescribed doses to
the yuungoil babe.
For Cutaneous Disorders
/ndall iruntlonsof the akin, tho HALVE-ii mo^t invaluable. It does u -t heal externally alone, but pent:-
brat.-P ttiih tho mo.it srarohlug elfcoii to the very tool
ui *uti evil.
DR. MAGGIEL'S PILLS
Invariably euro the following Diseases
Asthma,
JJuwel Complaints,
Coughs,
Colds,
Chest Diseases,
Coativeness,
D^pepsia,"
Diarrhea,
Dropsy,
Debility,
Fever and Ajji *.
Female Complaint.",
Headache,
IndlffitloQi
luBuenia,
Inflammation,
Inward Weakness,
Liver Complaint,
Lowiio** of Spirits,
BitiRwortn,
Rheumatism,
bait  hheiini,
Scalds,
Skin Diseases.
US' NOTICE.—Vonegcnrino without the omrraved
trade-mark MWMd Ciich pot or box, signed by DR. J.
UAi.CIU,, 4^ Fulton etrcet; New iork, to counterfeit
whieh is felony,
ffe~ Sold hy nil respeclnble Dealers In Medicines
thrnujrhout tht> United Siatus and Can-ida—at 20 cents
perhox or pot,
A. C. Langley 8c Co.,
Agents for Vancouver Island and British
Columbia.
jy 2
Sporborg  &  Rueff,
COMMISSION   MERCHANTS,
Importers and Wholesale I)cale-8 in
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS,
JJoots and tSlioew,
Wharf Itreet, Victoria, V. 1. nu2
Mi-ct'Uaneous.
Chains and Anchors.
twenty; tons chain
Short Linked and proved from J to J
AND
A. 1ST C H O ]R, S3
From 20 to 800 pounds.
jy us
For Sale by
PBTBR M'QU.VDK,
Wbarf street, Victoria
-WAnXTTEID
rpiir:Kl3 B0ABDBBS AT 58 PRIl WEEK.
JL The best the market can all'ord placed
ou the table.    Apply nt the
BEE HIVE   HOTEL,
jy 30 Fort street.
PRIVATE   BOARD.
Board   with  Comfortably
Furnished Bed-room,
Six Dollars per Week.
YATES   ST.,
Next  Door  to  the  Anglo-
American.       jy25
BRITISH    PERIODICALS.
The London Quarterly Review (Conservative)-
The Edinburgh Review (Whig)
The Westminster Review (Radical)
The North British Review (Free Church)
— AXD—
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Tho fb-.ir RoTlewp republished hy Mpsth. Pwrr 9c
Co., ni-o Renerelly c<> sldered un tlio On-Ht Revlewi,
and Blackwood tun been juBtly placed in theeame
r;uik. Whoever dlipeniea with reading |tiii>Hciitiorn of
tliiHcljioe, Whatever may be hie eeneral I uformatloo.
will eoon be altogether behind tho time, in whieh he
liven—and in tliese timi's a perrontnay unnti get very
fur bohin i. They mny be read end studied with ml-
vontftue by the people or this country, ol' every creed
mid |urty.
fcjf- BLACKWOOD is unusually attractive at thU
time to Americans, not only for its seri.I articles by
distinguished writers of lotion, bul for Ihe nrcount of
Hie late civil w.r. now being wrlttou by Oil. Von
Ilorke, alie'manoflleer, chief./-stall toGcn. J. E. li.
iMi.rt, of tlie Confederate army,
TERMS   FOR   1880.
For anyone of tlio Btvlewi Jl per annum
For anj two of tbo Reviews    7 *•
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cf four or more pwwm. Tiiuh, four iMpi«s of
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llliiukwoud, for $48, ttud ro on.
POSTAGE.
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UniUd ■ t tes will lie I ut taeim-four cents n year for
' LACKwituii," and but eiglitcentsa year for each of
tile ltevicws.
Reduced Prices for previous years-
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pvoceding ISllfi, as followB, viz. :
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The Xin-lk Ilriiish from January, 1803, to December.
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An il.  1864,  to   Deceiul.er,   JS6f>,   ineluslve,   and    tbe
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a year for each or any i evi"w.
&g- A few copiea yet remain at all the four Review
for j8C3 at f4 a set, or &1 50 for any one.
LEONARD   SCOTT   &   CO.,
Publishers, 38   Walker Street, if.  Y.
t'-f. & Co., also publish tbe
PAHMFR'S GI-XJI3DE
Ry Ili-vuv Stki'iibss, of Edinburgh, and Iho In.eJ   r
Nihitiix, ,.|  Yale < ollru'e,    2 v..Is.   Eoyal Octavo,   lulu
panes, and numerous  Engravings'
I'lice $7 for the two volumes—by Mall, post vai.I
Jesse  Cowper,
■\VholP8ulo and Retail Dealer in
BOOTS AND SHOES,
LEATHER,
—AND—
SHOE    FINDINGS,
TATE3    STREET,
OPPOS1TK WELLS, FAUGO k Co.
At the old slund of Webster k Co., it
prepared to supply the wants of tbo
public in his line.
The Latest Stvles
Received by every arrival from England
nml San Kriini-isco. auU
For San Francisco Direct
TIII5 NKW AND FAST SAILING SCHOOK-
cr
To Fail on or nhout the first of Augtist.
For Freight or PaBsnge, apply to
K. 11. MAHVIN,
jyl3 Wlmrf atrect.
TUE   0>E  THING   WAMED.
HOLLOWAY'S PILLS.
Tlie IIlooil.
Tlit'so famous pills nre so compoped tha
tliey ojicrute wholesomely on the stomach, the
liver, the bowels, nnil oilier organs; by correcting nny derangemente in their liinctlon»,
whereby B steady lUpply of pure mnterials tor
tin' renewal ol the IJIood is lurnisbed, ami n
constnut nbsirnclioii of eirete iiroducts is effected. This perfect cireuintiou thus become!
the very fountain of health nnd life, aud overcomes nil form of disease wherever its situation.
(.eneiiil IlisonlciK ul   (he  1.1 Villain!   Milium :li.
All who ever indulge a* '.nblo, either in eat-
ng or drinking, should take about ten of i'».i-
tuinoiis pills at bed time, from which will roe
suit a clear bend and guild stomach the fell iw-
ing morning. Thousands of Ladies are always complaining of sick beailnchej, wnnt o
appetite, want of energy, anil want of strength,
lo correct all these evils, three or four ol tbese
i'ills should be taken twice a week, when Ihey
would give the invalid Iho health anil appetite
of a ploughman.
FcmalcN ol° all Ape* and Claagcn
Obstructions of nny kind, cither in young
or those between forty and fifty--the most critical peiiod of life—may lie radically removd
by using these Pills nccording to the printed
directions which accompany each boi. Young
persons wilh sickly nnd sallow complexion!
may havo tbo bloom of health restored by thlf
collective, wLich purifies the blood and expels ull gross and impure humors from Ihecys-
tern. Uewaro thon of the critical age fron
forty to filly, na it sends many thousands to
premature grave,—these Pillssbould be takei
»t that period of lile two or tbree times »
teek
Want  of Strength and ;Energr-
Persons of sedentary habits, or those troubled in mind, working in Factories or Coal
Pits, who cannot obtain thnt amount ol freih
nir and exercise which nature requires, suffer
from weakness nnd delility, lown-ess of spiri'.l
nnd want of appetite. All such should take »
dose or two of thc3e Pills every three or foul
days, as tbey act gently and effectually on tbe
system and impart vigor and energy to the
body, which is always followed by a good
appetite, sound and refreshing sleep, and *
high flow of spirits.
For (lie Cure ol Dropsy>
Tho cflicncy of Holloway's Pills in Dropsy
is extraordinary. They act witb such a peculiar elfect upon tho system, that the fluid?
causing thii direful complaint, nre perceptibl
carried off and provonted from any furthel
accumulation. The BufTcrer regains a buoyancy of spirits and rejoices in a completely
re.iovatcd constitution. It la indispensably
necessary that the Ointment should be most
effectually rubbed into the complaining part*
during the whole course of treatment.
< lilldi < n and (heir Allmentf.
In no country in the world are more children
carried to an early grave than in Great Britain.
Coughs, SleaBles, Scarlatina, Fevers, and other
diseases attack tbe little sufferers, and death,
but too often, follows at a rapid'pace; yet if
at the first stage ot these oomplaints, parent,
were to have recourse to Holloway's Pills, all
danger would be avoided, for tbe stomach
and bowels would oe gently but effectually
clennsert by this mild aperient; the depruved
nuniors corrcctea ano tne secretions doiy regulated. A perfect cure would -,oon be effected, and tbe 1'ttle patient restored to sonn''
health.
Holloway' Pi. r we the best known remedy la tkt
world f-t the following: diseases ■'
Folilattlie I'.subiishnient of Professor Holloway, tit
strand, (near Temple Bar,) L ndon ; ■!*" by all respect
slile Iliufnrls'a and Dealers In Me licinesllirouifhoul tht
civiiizeil world, nt the lollowlnp prices—Is. \X-, H WL,
t». IM., Us., 22s., and 33». each box.
AiMie
Asthmn
EtUilousOotoplatntl
the
niotches
l-kin
Bmvel coicnlaintB
Colics
Constipation of the
Unw-ls
Consaniitlon
Debility
I'ropsy
ll.vsenlr?
iliysipelas
Female  Irregular-
lile.
^crnfu'aorKfnr ■
Evil
Fever of all kindi,Sure Throats
Fits
I lout
Head Ache
indigestion
lullainmalion
■liiundlee
Liver Complaints
Lumbago
'lies
Kheumatlsm
Heienliou of Urine
stone and Grave
Secondary Symptoms
Tic-Doloroux
Tumors
Ulcers
Venereal     arise.
tions
Worms    of   a
kinds
Weakness     from
whatever cause
V*   There is   a  considerable  savlug by taking tha
\rer SIZOB.
flirectlnijs ft»r the puidrnco of patieuts In every dicer
T are nlllxe.l to eaen hox.
I'mvtkh nml Published by McClobb k Co.,
the office, Langley Street.

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