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VOL. I.
VICTORIA,   VANCOUVER  ISLAND,   WEDNESDAY   EVENING,   AUGUST  8.   1866
NO. 32.
«< vv
THE
EVENING TELEGRAPH,"
ITBI.fellLU
E7erv   Evenug at  4  O'Clock,
(Saturday and Sunday evenings excepted.)
ALSO sveay
SUNDAY    MORNING!
New AdrertisemenU
'    TEUMS OT   KUIISCIUI'I'lllY t
I Par Annum, in advance, by mall |I0 00
f For .in Months     6 On
Ter W-ek, payable to Carrier,        £',
lUfULul'lea,        Jo
For term* of Advertisement apply at the
Office. Langley Street-
Wit und Humor.
Sir Walter Scott, walkitijr onco with
Lady Scott, saw eoino lambs nnd remarked on their beauty. 'Yet,' said Ins
■wife, 'lambs aro beautiful—boiled ?' We
read that Mrs. Wordsworth whs once
walking in a grove and lunrd a farmer's
wife soliloquising, 'Oh my, I do love
stockdoves.' The heart of the poet's wild
yearned towards that Aiiiuryillis. 'lint,'
continued the old womun, 'there be some
what likes 'em in a pic; but lor my pun
there's nothing like 'cm stewed in onions'
Horace Smith tells of a city mini who
Br>co6ted a keeper of sheep in tlio Balds,
as she glowed with a desire for an Arcud-
ian concert, 'Ob, gentle shepherd, prithee
tell me where s your pips ?' to which the
man replied, 'I left it to hum, miss,
•cause i han't got no baccy.'
Smart WooniT.CKKii—A naturalist
gays: " Last summer, while walking in
my park, 1 observe1 n green woodpecker
alight on the ground some lifty pices before me, look around to see if lie was ob
served, then lie down and simulate death
by stretching out himself motionless nml
hanging his tongue nut as far as possible,
He occasionally pulled in bis bill. He
had selected a place near un ant hill.
The ants, thinking him doud, would cover
his tongue to devour li'iu ; when it was
black with art's, he would swallow them,
and repeat his trick, until his maw could
bold do mote.''
An Irish bailiff recently undertook to
serve a capias upon a debtor, wlioToMifictl
himself within his domicil. Describing
bis bootless efforts to secure admiwion,
the bailiff, who made -the return under
oath, proceeded to auy :
" Whereupon the defendant presented
himself at an op >er window, pistol in
baud, and said to this deponent that if
he, this deponent, did not instantly leave
said primuses, thut he, said defendant,
would send this deponent lo hell, which
thii deponent verily believes he would hurt
dona, if he had not immediately fled."
A correspondent in Washing'on says :
" I was visiting tho United States Army
Medical Museum here, accompanied liy n
young lady friend of mine. While look
ing at some of the badly fractured skulls,
my companion pointed out one with two
bullet holes through it, and. after express-
iug her astonishment, remarked, absently,
' Tom, do you suppose he in alive now ?'
We had been previously looking nt some
bones of the leg and arm, nnd I bad said
that the owners of many of them are still
living.
A professor of magic was bragging
pretty largely of his slight ofhund feuts
in a public room of a hotel, after bis performance wns over. A gentleman pro-out
offered lo bet him that he could mike
everything on the table disappear in less
than a minute. The professor i\l once
booked the wagor, while the other turned
off Ihe gas. The disappearance was complete, and the professor confessed himself
'sold.'
An exchange says: We were compelled to refuse an offer of job printing
the other day hy a man way back, who
innocently called to get some postage
stamps printed 1 Re was quite disappointed because we could not do the
work—he 'wanted 'em raul bad io put on
the letters which he writ to a gal, nnd
they cost too darn much to buy 'em of
the postofTice fellers.'
A Spanish gentleman, studying English, being at a tea party, and, desiring
to be helped to some sliced tongue, in
doubt as to the term, hesitated a moment,
and then said : ''I will thank you, miss,
to pass me that language."
SruriDtTY—Said a testy barrister,'I
believe the jury have been inoculated for
stupidity.' That may be,' replied his
opponent; ' bul the bar and court are of
the opiuiou that J'bu had it the natural
way.'
A contemporary tells ns of the sad
case of a in in who was shipwrecked, aud
cast upon au uninhabitable island, without a shilling in bis pocket!
"ROUND THE CORNER'*
is the name of the
:dte-w   saloon
JUST Ol'KXKO  IN
Luiulry   Street,   round  the
co hut from Yates Mlreet,
to  tlie  building formerly  occupied   by   the
Haluon of EosiiUijiuT's IIoriL.
The  Saloon  has  been   tastefully  refitted/
tnd will be supplied with the
FIRST    QUALITY   OF
Wines   and  Liquors.
The proprietor respectfully Invites the public lo call "BOUND THE CORNER" and
judge for themselves.
BOVJtflKEIKT   8TIUCET    ENTItANCE — NEXT
door to the Telegraph Office.
Jy29 J ICO It   IIEItKIMER.
TIEiTS
EVENING TELEGRAPH
Oriental Restaurant,
VATES   STREET,
In connection with the Oriental Hotel.
THIS   ESTABLISHMENT   IS   OPEN AT
ALL HOURS UF TIIE DAY OR NIGHT
THB    TABLE
Will be furnished with the best tho market
affords.
Breakfast,
Dinner,
Supper
At moderate prices.
Oysters   in   every   Style.
Private Rooms fur sm 'II or large parties.
Call und jud^e for yourselves.        jy 30-lm
NOTICE !        NOTICE !!
^KOM THIS DATE TIIE UNDERSIGNED
bus concluded to redact his price ONE -
HALF ; and hereafter the
FINEST WINES AND I1QH0R3,
ALE,    1SEER,   &(:, &c.,
Will be served at the
'METROPOLITAN"
At TWELVE AND A HALF CENTS
per snmp'e.
The public wi'l plense cull and sntnple, nnd
latlsfy themselves that the very best is to be
had at the above price.
T. J.  ItURN'S,
Metropolitan Saloon, Siore Btreet.
Jy ae
In live Supreme Court, of Civil Justice
Vancouver Island.
THE BANKRUPTCY ACT, 1861-
T RIOHARD WOODS, ISEING THE CHIEF
1) Registrar of tlie SHid Court, do hereby
certify that on the sixteenth day of .July, in-
stani, a certain deed or Instrument bearing
dale the 2(ith day of June last (l8G(i) and
made end executed by and between George
.lay, Jatnet Chestney Hales and David Urovvne,
Copartners tlie<cin described, 'railing under
the sl.ylc or lirm nf JAY & COMPANY of tho
cue putt und Thomas Lowe therein described,
trustee fur himself and die rest of the creditors of tlie said George Juy, James Chestney
Rules, mill David Urovvne of the other part,
biing a deed or instrument purporting to eon-
vrv all the copartnership at tat e and eireets of
the snid George Juy, James Chestney Bales,
nml David IJrowne to lie applied for the bene-
| lit of tho creditors of them tho said George
Jny, James Chestney Hales, and David
Browno us if they hnd been from the dato
thereof duly adjudged Bankrupt, wns on Unsaid sixteenth day of July mid at the hour of
10:30 in the forenoon of such dny brought
into my ollice for registration, nnd wus duly
registered pursuant to the provisions of tho
Bankruptcy Act, 1801.
Given under my bund nnd Seal of the Supreme Court of Civil Justice at James Bay,
Victoria, V. I., this sixteenth day of July, A.
D., 1806.
RICHARD WOODS,
Chief Registrar.
RonunT Bisnop,  Solicitor,
Langley street, Victoria. jylG
1STOTIOE.
In the Supreme. Court of Civil Justice
Vancouver Island.
nsr BAaxritR-LnFTcrsr,
In re Jav k Co.
t tit, PERSONS HAVIN'G CLAIMS ON THE
.V above E'tiitc ari' requested forthwith to
scud in the tan e to Mr. James Ch. stney Rales,
St-ed-man, at the Nursery of Juy k Co , Victoria ; and all persons indebted to the said
Est.'te are desired forthwith to pay the am mnt
ot their respective debts 'O the said James
Cliestuey Bales, whom the Trustee has authorised io receive the same on account of the
said Ejtute.
ROBERT BISHOP, Solici'or,
Langley Street, Victoria.
Dated 16th July, 1866. jy!6
GENERAL
Job   Printing
ESTABLISHMENT
Langley Street, Victoria,
The   Printing  Office
or tbi
EVENING
TELEGRAPH
Office is replete with every appliance
and variety of Material for the
Execution of
LETTER PRESS   PRINTING!
In all its branches, whether
Plain or Ornamental
'piIE OFFICE AIMS at securing
JL suet speedy Execution of orders as is
consistent with correct and elegant Work-
manahip.
Orders received for Printing
Dooks,
Pamphlets
Catalogues
Sermons,
Reports
Rentals,
Leases,
Law Forms of every
description,
NOTICE
CO-PARTNERSHIP.
BUNSTER
HAS THIS DAT
ENTERED INTO
Partnership
WITH ALL LOVERS OF
GOOD
ALE!
jy 17-1 m
IHE UKEAT   REMEDY   OK   THK
AtiK.
HOLLOWAY'S OLNTMENT.
TU*   «ff»ti   ot   thc    Ointment    on    lli«
t*y utt-M
To tbe rt-ry co e aod cetttf* of nil di§< a«M
which hfleet the butnan bo4f. linn remarkable
preparaion peneirnies. Il disappear* under
the friction of the hands, ns bait disappears
wheu rubbed u/ou tu*-»i. The unguent perforins iti healing errand rapidly, trnfely, and
without paif.. Miujdi- trOji'lODl, open lore*,
hard tumors, tcrotuoiH developments of ajt
kinds, ubcesses, cancers, ull w unties, and, la
•act, every speci- 8 of infl tmmution and sup-
partition, whether in tb ft ikin, the flesh, tbt
glands, or among the muscle*, can be arreeUb
io its destructive course, and permanently
cured without danger by rubbing in thi* inestimable Ointment.
Bad    Legs,
Had   IIriA«tf,
ClMt-e.
Sores,   and
NOTICE.
IT HAVING BEEN CIRCULATED IN THE
Town that I, the undersigned, have made
a Deed or Assignment (or the benefit of my
Creditors, I beg most positively to assure my
friends nnd the public that such is not t|i«
case, or is it likely to be so, end I am(|>ill
prepared to execute all commission", collect
rents, debts, ic, with my u.-ual promptness
and despatch. F
PARIS CARTER,   tf
Rent and Debt Collector, General «feent, tc.
No. 1 Fort St., Victoria V. I., • •'
jy20* Opposite " The Hall."
Miscellaneous.
^*6WMAMUFACrff%ff^(_
SEWING MACHINES,,
*"»*• Street, Ban t*
Moyt,,.— Tli. Siimr MiuhlM is the flntf 1
wiU mm .11 .La*t> of clot* ».ll 111 1W> .1 0™i
SW T»,000-©8
MACHINES   SOLD  IN TWO  YEARS
The almost incredible increase in the sale o(
the Sinner nlachine during the pnstlwo years
is owing to the popularity of the LETTER A
TRANSVERSE SHUTTLE Family Machine,
which was introduced in 1860, since wbich
lime it Las earned and established a repuia-
tion fnr family uses equal to the celebrated
manufacturing machines ol this Firm, which
ate genentlly n-jknowledged, even hy dealers
in oti.er Sewing Machines, lo bo unequalled
for such purposes.
866" Nl) OTHER Fnmily Sowing Machine
has such perfect and Improved appliances for
Ruffling, Hemming, Rinding, Felling, Tucking,
Gathering, Guaging, Braidin , i or    ng, Ql   it- '
ing, elc,
Bfeiy* All persons requiring ntonnnuo
about our Sewing Machines, their , izes, Prices,
Working Capacities, nnd the best method of
purchasing, can obtain it by sending for a copy
of tho
SINGER   MANUFACTURING   COMPANY S
ILLCSTRATID  PAMPHLET,
Which is entirely devoted  to the  subject.   It
will be sent gratis, with specimens of work.
• Local Agentt wanted in every Town.
WILLIAM      P   RICK
General Agent for the Singer Manfg Co.
ti*.
In many Hospitals in Europe this celebrated
remedy is now used fnr the cure of old wouods,
sores, and ulcers ; ia Spain mid Portugal, end
in many parts of Italy, the first Physicians re-
regulnrly prescribe its use. It is a sovereign
remedy "for bad breasts and bud lege; and likewise for all skin diseases. Il is to be found in
the chest of nearly every sailor, soldier, nui
emigrant.
liujirudcncle. of Youth ; — Sore* and
Ulcers.
The above class of complaints is surely re-
novel by nightly fomenting the parts wilt
.'>trni water, and then by most eirectually rub
oing in this Oiniment. Persons sullciing fron
these direful complaints should lose not a mo
mentin arresting tljeir progress. It should bi
ar derslood that it is not sufficient merely to
smear the Ointmeht on the nll'ected parte, bul
it must be Wert rubbed in for some considerable
lime two or three limes a day, that it may be
taken into tbe system, whence it will reuiov.
only hidden sore or wouid as effectually it.
though it were palpable to the eye. Bread and
water poultices, alter the rubbing in ol tt.
Ointment, will do great service. This is thf.
Only proper treatment for females in cases cl
cancer in the stomach, or for those who nitltf,
from a general bearing don n.
dies, Fistulas, stricture*.
Blotches, nsulso swellings, can wilh certainty
be radically cared if the Ointment be used
freely, and Ibe Pills be laken night and morn,
ing as recommended in the printed instructions
.When treated in any oliierwty these complaint.
Only dry up in one place to break out in unit her ; whereas this Oiniment will remove the
Uutnor from thc Bysteiu, and lenve the patlen
i vigorous and healthy being. It will requirn
.iine, nided by th^use uf tne Pills, to ensure
asting cure.
Dlptlu ria,   Bronchitis,   goie   Throats,
Any of the above cluss of diseases may be
-ured by well rubbing the Ointment three
■ lines a day upon the skin covering the throat,
chest, and neck ol the patient. The unguent
will soon penetrate the pores and give iuimed-
inte relief. To allay the fever and lessen tha
inflamntion, e'glit or ten Pills should be takes
night and morning. The Ointment will pio.'
duce peisprtalion, which is so essential for
remo"ing fevers, lore throats, and those oppressions of the chest which arise from
A.-iIni a, Bronchitis, and oilier causes.
Both  thc   Ointment and   Pills   should
lie  usscl  ln the following Cases t
Business Cards,
Invoices,,
Bill Heads,
Trade Forms,
Circulars, (Plain   or
Coloured,)
Hand   Bills.  (Plain or
Coloured,)
For Prices,   apply   at the  Office.
Langley street.
General News Agent
J. Stratman.
EMPIRE NEWS DEPOT
Cor. Washington & Sansome st?.
Han Francisco.
rruiK ADVKRTl8KR.il prepared to inpply
J_ with punctuality mid calariyj the aooeied
uewspapers and periodicals upon tlie following
terms     All orders, to rt-ceive immediate ulipl*
tion, must he tu-compunied by cash remittance,
and handed in previous to tbe 4th, 1-lth, and
24th of each month. ,
3adlej*s
lln.l Bredkti
BurnS
Bunion*
£itiM>t Mo»ch( tties
and Saud-Fliei
oco-hay
Cbiegu-foot
Cba]>i"--dfH»'Nl*
forns (Conm) Rlienmatlioi
Cancers * |£.cal<lit
C- nlracteil      and Bon Nipple*
ti it .Joint?
Klephsntiaiis
Kirttulaa
Qo«t
l&nilular    Evreli-
Uop
nbsgo.
Piles
1 Throat
Skin <li«eaa
Scurvy
Sore heads
r.imort
Dlom
Wounds
raws
■Esttbli*hnnMii of Paorsatoi HotiowA
i lirai 1' n . - !'. ■ . Umd- n ; alio hy a
)Je DriiKclsta UM l>a!«r- in Modicluwi through
Iffizt'i! world, at the followim? price* U.lJtd
fi&oJrU.* 22., ai|.l33H.,«ach It t.
%* Tuay«i4 IKuasideiMplo aaviog bv -akiiig the \t\T\w
ins. " /
N H.-tHir«tl*iaf..rfh^iitil!.i.ri> nf patloats   in  *ves
dllorW nWalllxcd  lo each Pot.
EXPRESS LINE STAGES.
X   now
I MIR  COACHES   OF   THIS
ruu   regularly, leaving
LIVE   W.'Li,
Yalt,  ii. C
LoadoD Daily Tim»« $14 OH
"       Tlie  Field  i4 00
"       Hlu«tratfd Tiraea  7 00
'«       WeeklvTimea        7 00
«        Bell's Life in London 14 00
• Weekli Di-|'*icl 14 00
«       III. Newsofti.e Wuild  14 00
»*       Public Opinion  7 50
* Index  (Free Trade) 14 00
"       111.   8porting Sown  8 00
«     Spaeutor lioo
»       Rh-iow    1400
»       Saiorday Kttiew 14 00
Pub!*" Nation lilOO
Londu.i Illustrated News  .14 00
Atlat!'c Monthly , 3 00
Blackwood's MaKitziue , 3 00
H'aip-r'a Magazine    3 00
Sixpenny Magume 3 Oil
Knickerbocker 3f>*
Pacific M intMy *■•■ 3 0o
UodeyVl-Adies Book;....    3 00
>Iuii<^al Host 3 00
Continental Magazioe  3 oo
Hiidnm Demoruet'H - onthly yoft
F. Leslie'* ww Family Ma^'asiue  3 00
Chambers' Edinburgh   ournal 4 00
Honthly   papers, Once a   Week b 00
*' "        All tht Year Round 600
Thackeray's Comhill Ma^aiine flOC
London  Lancet rt 00
5. A. Sala's Temple Bar tt Ort
London Society Ifogaitnt tii»o
St James Magasibt doo
Edinburgh Rl-\k-w 10 00
IiOndon   Hev iew 10 *>0
Noith British Kevew 10 00
#eslmiupter Re* Irw., 10 00
London Art Journal VHiQ
Wnlfi-rti  Smiting Msj 1000
And I ridajN,
AT 7. A. M,,
FOR    SAVA^A'S     FERUV
(Hip Bend Knnte), until tt^» completion of tbe
road, wben tbey will po to Pa van it's Kerry.
Tbe Coach for Cariboo will 'leave Yale on
Monday.
jy 2 P. J. BARN\RD.
CHARLES    BERNARD,
Manufacturer and Dealer in
FAMILY CHiRTMS COFFEE.
And Spices of nil binds.
No. 707, Sansome street, corner Gold,
Btiween Jacksoa and Pacific.
.First Premium awarded by the Mechanics' Institute, for thc best Coffee and Spices.
The proprietor hnvinc introdnced Steam
t Power in his Manufactory, ha mow increased
j facilities \o supply the trade and the puhlio ia
general.   All articles from his Establishnftrfcc.
are guaranteed to be pure and unadulteryorr   it,
The public are respectfully invited to ca>'»   "' *•'
convince themselves   Country older?
' attended to. r
™
A
•Set*
(gbtning   %i\t%x^\.
WEDNESDAY EVENING, AUGUST 8, 1866.
POLITICAL  CAI'AtlTir.
In out yesterday's issue we endeavored
to tdiow the niter ruin wliicli wonld be-
full both colonic! if tlie proposition embraced in tlie Union bill were accepted
Today tn will proceed to tbo next proposition—respotuible government wilb a urn-
ted colony. I" dninn so we \.ill first
dispose of tlie Wildcatobjections nr.id
by both Governor Konucdy and Governor
Seymour n(?niii8t auy system of Oofertf
ment thut would (rive the peoplo control
of public ufluirs. The principal nrgnmint
of these gcmleinen is that Iho popul-uion
is too small for "healthy political action,*'
that the people arc loo inexperienced, and
that there would be irreat. risk of the
country being governed by l hose horrible
varopiies called " professional politicians." The first objection takes veil
with the Imperial Government. They
tee or think they see danger in en'rusling
tbe affairs of o country to a small population. Now it is one of the maxims of
Knglii.li poliiicul economy that wherever
the Englishmen goes he carricB with him
the capacity of self-government. On
-this theory—and no one dure dispute its
■correctness—thii ty Englishmen in a col
ony can attend to their interests just ns
well as thirty millions in the United
Kingdom can attend to theirs. Indeed the argument is rather in favor of
•the smaller number j for whilo wo have
ju new colonial, settlements a much
higher average of intellect than is to be
found ia Great Britain, tho interests,
although proportionately smaller, are
much less complicated i:: the former than
they are in the latter. There is no astute
diplomacy required to meet tb'.: sharpened wits of a Napoleon or a Mct-
ternich—all the demands that cun
be made on the population are simply
to find out what the country can produce
to advantage, and to remo-ve every impediment iu the way of bucIi production
The ordinary laws of supply and demand,
ever which neither king nor kaiser has
any control, will soon do the rest. So
far as that part of Government is concerned which consists in thc protection of
life and property, the smallest populated
district in either colony would show a
fitness for the task. Organizitiou is
aquality which is essentially Anglo-Saxon.
Tho most insignificant town in British
dominions or the United States has its
local society or club, governed by a code
of rules and managed just as successfully
as the affairs of Downing street. Take
our own Fire department—hero we have
an eutire nation in itself ; in hint a
little republic, with its President, its Executive officers, even its army and the
wtolo minutia of revenue and expenditure. Take onr mechanics institute or
any other society in tha place, and wc
shall find the same capacity for govern*
ment brought out. Compire the management of bucIi institutions with the management of the government of either
colony, and what do we find ? Why that
every organization controlled exclusively
by the people is maunged with the jgwat-
est efficiency aud economy and tojfiijSiatis-
faction of all, while the oIliuia^iflBnization
ia one series of blunders-^nlmeient. ex-
travngant, and unpopular. In the face
of these facts can there be a greuter
falsehood tban to declare that the people
have not tbe capacity to govern them-
aelveB ? Let us go even higher ; let us
compare the labors of tho representative
of the people with thoso of the rcpresen.
lativcs of the Crown. While every good
bill that has yet been introduced in the
Legislature has emanated from the Lower
House, the gentlemen whom His Excellency lauds at tho Assembly's expense
bave been drawing their official salaries
and sucking their official thumbs. They
have never indeed Bhown uny higher
legislative cipncity than was exhibited in
that immonse effort which produced the
Hog and Goat, bill—nn act more suited to
the habits of Goths and Vanduls than to
a civilized population. His Excellency
Governor Kennedy unwittingly bears us
out in this charge against the capacity ol
the Upper House. He saya in his des
patch that that body are " m»iiily occu
pied in the correction of mistakes, at undoing the crude legislation of tho Lower
Honse"—a statement which shows that
the Legislative Council do not perform
the functions of a legislative body in initiating bills, but confine themselves
' dy to " undoing'' the legislation of
nular branch ; iu other words, their
functions are, according to His Excellency, simply destructive. " Undoing '•
legislative efforts does not require very
marked ability, aud we may therefore
leave His Excellency nnd his officials to
that taek which best suits their capacity ;
but if there is an argument to be adduced
at all from Governor Kennedy's diulrihc
against the legislative ability of tbe people,
it is certainly, although never intended to
be so hy the writer, in favor of the people.
New Advertisements.
•MS r
TSTOTICJE.
Hard Bread i Hard Bread!
STORE  ST. CRACKER  BAKERY.
Best Quality of Pi'ot Bread at 6 l-2c
per lb., or $5 per box del;vered-
Navy at 5o per b., or $4 per box do.
Butter at 9c per lb-
Soda at 9c per lb,
Wm.   MonckB,
au 8 Proprietor.
RESOLUTIONS.
AT A SPECIAL MEETING HELD AT
Deluge Engine House, No. 1, August C, 18Gfi,
the following resolutions, were unanimously
adopted :
]—That a resolution of condolence on behalf of Delate Engine Co. No. 1 lie offered to
tlie Widow snd Friends of Mr. John Wriggles-
worth, late a member of this Company, on
tbeir recent melancholy bereavement, vi?..,
Resolved— Tbat it is with feelings of the
deepest regret that wo pay this tribute of our
regard in testifying our loss, nnd to express
our sorrow io his widow and friends ut the
demise of .Mr..John Wrigglesworth, who has
been suddenly taken away in the full vigur of
life and manhood, feeling sure that we, iu his
decease havo lost agood and eflicient member,
and the community a good citizen.
2nd—Thnt a copy of the above resolutions
be forwarded to his Widow.
3rd—That tho Deluge Engine House be
draped in mouruing for the space of Thirty
days.
4th—That the thanks of this Company be
tendered to the Tiger, Union Hook and Ladder
Companies, for their attendunco on this occasion.   .
EmvAiin H. Thomas "I «       ...
liaoana Nonius,       } Committee.
uu7 lw
Everett's Exchange,
ST01U3  STREET,   V. I.
THE   PIlOPKIETOIt RESPECTFULLY IN-
:furms   Ins friends and  the public that he
opened bis old siand in Slore street, where
Ue will  keep  ns  before  the  finest quality of
WINES, LIQUORS, and CIGARS.
Come nnd see.
au 3-Im       PAT.'.EVERETT, Proprietor.
ALICE   BROWN'S
FAXCY   TWIST
SMOKING TOBACCO
JUST RECEIVED AT
A.   F1.  KEYSER'S,
Together wilh some fine
HAVAI¥.\ CIGARS DIRECT.
Also on hand
Wine Sip, Peach, Apricot, Mary's Own,
Light Pressed, Natural Leaf, Buffalo
Tongue, and Atlantic Cable
Tobacco.
au 5-lm
J.   SPENCER,
HOU.>B AND SHIP
LUM   BER,
'Gas-fitter and Bell-hanger,
Corner Yates and Government streets-
:b
All branches of the above business practically done with neatness and despatch, at
charges to correspond with the times.
au6
1STOTIOE,
MARTIN    BROS.,
IMPORTERS  OF
Groceries and Provisions,
FJHEPUOOF BUILDING,
LATELY OCCUPIED BYL'HOTEI.IERi Co,
■WHA^IF       STREET.
au G
Dissolution of Partnership.
'THE PARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE EX-
L isiing between RnnKRT Henky Stone ond
IIksry Jehomr as Hotel-keepers at " Thc Old
Flag Inn, Nanaimo, has this day been dissolved by mutual consent. The business will
in tuiure be carried on by the said Robert
Henry Stone alone, who will collect all outstanding accounts and pay all liabilities of
the late partnership.
Witnesi,\ R. H. STONE,
Jos. McClure.       HENRY JEROME.
Nanaimo, August 3, 1866. au 5-lm
Mrs.   Hein
KEEPS   CONSTANTLY  ON HAND  THE
latest fashions in
MILLINERY,
—AT—
Prices to  Suit the Times,
GOVERNMENT    STR    T
Between Fort and Bronghtoo. au5
■
New Advertisements.
Inthe Supreme Court of Cicil Justice,
Vancouver Island.
In  Bankruptcy.
Wednesday, tbi lit  of Anplt, 1806.
TTTHKBBA8,  A   PKTIII'iN I'tii! AU.inill.
Vf   cation of Bankruptcy, he trim date lb*
::l-l day of July hist, hiis !>■ en <• u' v lil'd It
William ParfOBl Sm vun■■', Cburlri Keot, and
Edwnrl Wilson, spinal JOH* JUSIXIl
MECREDY of View Mreet, Victoria, Oarptn-
icr. and tin- snid Joba Joarph lltertiy, bartog
been duly declared mid adjudicated a Bankrupt, i* hereby required to surrender liinnel!
to Hil Honor Joitpb (faariham. Chief Justice
of the .Supreme eourt ol Civil Justice afore-
:iuid, on Wednesday the 15th dny of Au^unt
Surreal, at II Of th* clock in Hie forceoon precisely, at ihe Court House, J lines Hay, Victoria, and make a full discovery and disclosure of his estate and effect", when and where
ihe creditors arc tn come pre;-arej to prove
their debis, and nt ibe first sitiinif to choose
Assignee* nnd commence the examination of
Ibe bankrupt, nnd at tlie ]a*t sitlinir, the
bankrupt is lo finish his Inst  examination.
All persons indebted to the said Bankrupt,
nr have any of his effects ore not to pay or
deliver the same hut lo .Mr. Daniel Lindsay of
Government street, the Official Assignee np-
pointcd, aud gire notice lo
JOHN   COPLAND,
Bast:on street, Victoria, Y. I.,
Solicitor to tho Petitioning Creditors.
au 5-td
For Sale Ex Camden,
Hosteller, Borhrr, am! Angostura Bitters,
Oregon filler in bbls, nnd ca-es,
• Inrcl In casks, half-casks andfascs,
Sautcrno and California White Wine,
French Alcohol 111) <>.!*.,
Eug. I'llqiiot, lliimiii and BollCDger^Cbam-
Iinpne,
And In Store a fine assortmen       Brandy
und Liquors suitable for   li   Trade.
«sr Depot of Havana Cigars.
au 6
EUdEXE THOMAS,
Yates street.
THEAIBB
Photographic Gallery
(UP   STAIRS).
' I HIS   GALLERY,   LONG  AND  FAVOR-
I     ably known t« Victorians and Strangers,
has facilities in tbo way ot light, materials,
ke., and tho experience of tho proprietor enables him to furnish Cartes dc Visite, Ambro-
types, and photographic work ot superior
anish unequalled by any other house in lown,
and at as low prices aB other ebtaulish-
menth charge . for common and inferior
piciures—in fact at prices to suit the times
Cartes de Visite, -  - $5 per Doz-
Out door work attended to  at short notice,
and on the most reasonable terms.
GEORGE  'ROBIN.SON,
nu 6 Proprietor.*
Wanted.
VV
/"ANTED A FEMALE SERVANT.
Apply to
iMRS. DAVIES,
auS Fisguard Street, near Gov't.
TOBACCO PLANT
ARRIVAt. OF AMOTHER CARGO FROM
Virginia & Cuba,
VIA 'ASP1NWAIX,
Of the Host   celebrated Brands of
TOBACCO   &  SEGARS
EVER IMPORTED
Samples can be  had  at  the «ADELPH1,"
corner Yates and Government strceis.
Arrival of a few more Plants
by the " California."
J56T Office of C. F.  Green's Victoria
and Esquimalt Express.
F. CAMPBELL,
au2 '      ADELPHI SEGAR STORE.
Wanted to Borrow
J3SOO     JDOTjTjAJEUS
ON   FIRST-CLASS   REAL ESTATE   SE-
curity producing $150 per month.     The
money would bo taken for one year at 1} per
cent, per month.
For particular] apply to
A. F. MAIN,
an 2 Government street.
WILSON   &   MURRAY,
GKOOEKS,
Provision, "Wine & Spirit Merchants,
BAKERS & CONFECTIONERS.
FORT ST., VICTORIA, V. I.
S[TIPPING" supplied.
an *
Sporborg  & Uueff,
COMMISSION   MERCHANTS,
Importers and Wholesale Dealers In
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS,
JBoots and Shoes,
Wbarf street, Victoria, V. 1. au'2
New   Adrertisemi
IP.    0'3D~WYJ3:R,
IMPORTEIl    AND   WHOLESALE
DBALED JN
Oregon 'ind California Flovr.
Middlings, Bran, Grain, Tu.ter
Lard, Provisions, etc, etc.
Families ami the Trade supplied on tin-
most reasonable terms.
No. 40 Government street.
NEAR COIINKH OF FORT.
jv IS
Sea Baths *  Sea Baths 11
25 cents.        25 cents.
rpHE  UN'DERSKiNEH   BEGS LEAVE TO
1    infirm the pu
a first-class
I public tbat ho has established
Salt-Water    Bath-House,
Moored just above Douglas Foundrr.
N. H.—Bathers taken to the Bath-bouse free
of charge, by boaU from the f'out of Johnson
street.
jjfcjy Between the hours of 1 and 4 p.m. thu
Bath-house will be opcu fur ladies only.
jy is
JOII.1    tJ:.!!).
J.  NAGLE,
Shipping Mr ster and Commission
Agent.
pREWfl SUPPLIED AT TIIE SHORTEST
\J Notice—Goods entered and cleared Bt
the Custom House; Manifests, Charter Parties,
und Hi Is of Sale made out. Vessels bought
or sold.
jjgjf Several small Vessels for sale or
charter.
Omoi—Bastion street, near tho Police
Barracks. jy 17
NEW    WESTMINSTER
GAME   DEPOT,
YATES   ST.,
Next door to  i he comer of Government,
opposite Zelner s Drujr Store.
'T«H1 BOBMBOm HAVIVG MADE AR-
1      MagMh-atl  to   receive   frimi   different
IM produ e of the l»i.tud aud country
nil! be prepared to turuifli
Game,
Fish,
fruits.
Poultry,
Eggs   and    Vegetables,
Each  and  all ia  their seaion, at tbt lownt
prices.
t*W Fraser River Salmon by each steamer.
JAMES   AI.Li:\.
jy 31-1 tn
IIAVANACIGAttSL
LEWIK &  ANTHONY,
TOBACCONISTS.
47 Yates St., Brick Store
Next to Corner of Government St.,
BBO TO IXPORH THEIR FItlENDS AND
1 e public in general Ihnt tbey will constantly receive by every steamer a good assortment nt (.cmiiiic I'avnna « leant
ami the i!c«t  HrandN ol 'Tobacco,
imparted direct for this market, so that Ihey
nre Hide to vompete with any hruse on tbis
Island, either Wholesale or Retail.
N.  B— Special   attention will  be paid  to
Oonotlf  orders.
1IEIMAN  LEWIN.     |     LOUIS ANTHONY.
an 2
A. & W. WILSOU,
Home and Ship Plumbers
CASFITTERS,
BELL-HANGERS k TINSMITHS
FOItT   STKKET.
All nideis promptly attended to
hU 2
REMOVAL!
Tho Business of
THOMAS WILSON k CO.
Re-commenced    on
MONDAY,    JUNE    19th
In their New and Commodious Store in
nvn^soisria   hall,
GOVERNMENT     STREET,
(Opposite tbo Bank of British Columbia,)
WITH   THEIR   USUAL
WELL - ASSORTED    STOCK,
INCLUDING
Goods received by last steamer, and comprising Silks, Shawls, Printed
Cambrics and Dress Materials of every description;   Long
Cloths, Sheetings and Quilts;   Velvets, Tweeds,
Lace Curtains,Damasks, Reps, Chintzes,
Gents', Ladies' and Children's
Hosiery and Gloves;
Trimmings, &c. jy 3
LONDON    HOUSE,
May mh, 1866.
Our Importations for tbo present season are now
complete "by arrivals per EXPRESS tbis morning,
and the extensive shipments now landing from the
EASTERN CHIEF
Onr DRESS, MANTLE, SILK, SHAWL, MILLINERY, LACE, HOSIERY, DRAPERY, FANCY
and UPHOLSTERY departments are now replete
with the newest and choicest goods. Either Wholesale or Retail customers will iind this the best stock
we have yet offered.
LONDON FIRM,
J. P. Tunstall Co.
iy i
VICTOIlIA^V. I.,
[J. H. Turner & Oo.
S (gfatning   (Telegraph.
WEDNESDAY EVENING, AUGUST 8, I860.
«*«.
COMMERCIAL.
ttnnwmunii
Per stuir JtiSlli MrNEAIt-J M Bid and
wife, S Garfield, Jffi Uu< tt, Cbai Aaderaoe,
Ut birdiuK, i i,  Morris, Haywood,
Awlini:,   Orr,   Harris,   Brown,   B«r.   Father
Prefjutio.
IMPIIHTa.
Per stmr JOSIE Mr NEAR—9 bn bread, 60
bead cattle, 4 calves, 87 head sheep.
conraaMSa
Per stmr JOSIE McNKAR-T Hndget, F
Rtjnulds, Rej-niiliN k Oo, J Murray, Hulchin-
•ud k Co, T Mitchell.
xiiiitim.   n i i  i I II.IM i-..
PUBTOFTICTUItlA.  VA.Ni.'OUVKIl   ISLAM).
ENTEttED.
Aug 7—Scbr Codfish, Brown, Barclay
Sound
Schr Discovery, BndHo, Nanaimo
Aug 8—Sch Tborndyke, Tbitriilon, San
Juan.
Str Josie McNear, Crosby, Port Angelos.
Sch Shark, Stow, Sooke.
CLEARED.
Aug 7—Scha Matilda,Greenwood, Nannimo
Sip Thornton, Warren, San Juan
Bark   Evelyn  Wood,  Wylie,  Russian Possessions
Sip Lady Franklin, Pritchard, San Juan
Aug 8—Sch   Thomdyke,   Tboruton,   San
Juan.
Str Josie McNear, Crosby, Pqrt Angelos.
RukawiT.—A pair of r.orscs attached to o
■wagon from wliicli sonic barrels of sand were
being unloaded, opposite the International
Hotel this morning, made two attcrrpis to
bolt, the second timo getting olT at full speed,
pitching out tlie driver, a colored man, nnd
making the tour of tho block by Douglas,
Port, and Broad streets, where Ihey were
slopped with only the forewheels of tht
vehicle " to thc fore," tbe rest being scattered along their track.
"Socnii on the Goose ■'—John Butts wns
charged in the Police Court this morning
•with stealing ft goose, the property of a Mi'.
Lntrete, ot Johnson ftreet. John at once
pleaded guilty, Inlimnling his desiro to get
buck againto bis did home. The magistrate
gave him a month in tlie chain-gang, nnd
John was escorted to prison, muttering,
"further conversation is unnecessary, Judgo ;
walk off, walk olT I"
Round the Island—II.M.S. Scout will sail
to-night at 10 o'clock with His Excellency
and party, among whom will be Superintend-
•cnt Hunkin, whose familiarity with the coast
Indians will bo valuublo on the occasion.
We hope the opportunity will be made use of
'to impress on thc savages thc danger of molesting white traders, as they have been rather
saucy of late.
TowaD Out—Tho bark Evelyn Wood, in
•tow ot thc U.S. steamer Saginaw, did not go
out till this morning at four o'clock. The
steamer after taking the bark down ns far as
■Cape Flattery, will return to this port or Port
Angi los, and shortly after go to Nannimo to
■coal, after which she will proceed north to
Behring'o stt-aits.
VicTonu Riei.k Cones —Squad drill for re-
Omit I on Tuesday and Friday, at 7:30 p.m.,
at the'Orderly Itoom, James Bay. Voting men
wishing to join the corps will find this a good
opportunity so as to begin the drills with the
new members.—Third class firing, Weilne--
day. at 4 p.m.—Second class firing, Monday
nnd Thursday, at 4 p.m. By order, J. Gordon
Vintsb, Lieulenaut a.id Adjutant. August
4th. lw*
Sals of Millinery.—Messrs. J. P. Davies
4 Co. held one of thc most successful sales
•of the season to-day. The attendance of
'buyers was large, and tho prices obtained
were much beyond what could have been expected. The buyers comprised dealers from
Nanaimo and Puget Sound, ns well as in
Victoria.
Bali or Hoasis.— Mr. McCrea sold his
horse Dandy this morning, with buggy, harness and robes, for $510, to Mr Bunstcr.
'Capt. Lnscelles' roan pony Bobby was also
sold to Mr Fowler for $05. Afterwards Mr.
•J. P. Davies sold a cayooso  horse for $37 50.
Stealing Clothes.—A man named Kelly
was arretted yestcrdiy afternoon charged
with having .Kilon several articles of clothing. Ho was brought up in the Police Court
tbis morning, and remanded till to-morrow,
to give the police time to find the owners of
itbe "plunder."
SIPKE.WE COIBT.
WlDIMDAT, AllgUt 8.
[Before His Honor Joseph NaiOBAM,  C.J.]
Bunstcr vs. Joseph Bros.—This wns an action brought to r cover damages by reason ol
delrud.int. Inning obstructed,  ns  alb
pl.iinii.'].  the secnttomtd low of a water
by which bii prrmisM wen inundated
anl   damage   sustained   to   the   amount   of i
$>;00o.   Tha Attorney Gen ral, initrteted by I
Mr. Bishop, applied for a view of the /ocu» in
quo.    Mr. McCrelfbt, instructed bj Mr. Jack-
son,  npp and  for  defendants,     After  some
argamant, n view of the premises was ordered,
t l take place to-morrow, at ten o'clock a in.,
the Judir*- observing that all would have to
meet at -' Bunster'B.'' Tiiis caused considerable merriment. The Judge related an incident iu bis experience of Baron Martin, j--ry
and witnesses, in a case tried st Westminster
Hall witb respect to a horse, adjouicing to
the court yard lor a view. Tins somewhat
DOVel proceeding appears to have cuu-f'l no
small degree of excitement, and Bunstcr hud
batter start a cask of bis best in anticipation
of the cxp-cled  invas'ou of  legal   geilt.eiiien.
S'jiroal ey Co. vs. Solomon.—Tbis was a case
similar tu tbe one settled yesterday,   und the
sauie counsel were employed.
Leech River Ditch.—A miner of much
('ali!'oriiinti experience, who visited Leech
river this week, gives it as his opinion that as
soon ns the ditch is completed, digging.* for
thousands of men will be opened. He says
he would not hesitate to invest S2000 in completing part of it, and believes he would soon
quadruple his money.
Nf.i.teen Drays, representing nearly as
many thousand dollars of capital, were assembled al one time in front of the Auction
Rooms, Wharf street, this morning. The
draymen contemplate getting up a Union demonstration.
Germasia Sino Vebein—The following ofli-
-cers wore elected last night for the ensuing
half-year:—Jacob Sehl, President, re-elected ;
H. Randolph, Vice-President, re-elected; 11.
Habermehl, re-elected; Win. Lohsc, Treasurer, re-elected ; John Becker, Librarian.
House or Assemiily.—The Honse met to-
- day at one o'clock. Present: Tho Speaker
and Messrs. DeCosmos, Carswell, Pidwell,
Cochrane, Dickson, McClure, and Young.
The only business wns the discussion in committee of amendments to thc Road Act.
Pdoilistic.—Joe Eden is about to go down
-to Sooke to go into training. Rumor hath it
that another mill is on the carpet.
Th« Want of Confidence Resolutions
.passed by the Legislative Assembly yesterday,
were sent np to the Govornor M-day.
Passage to China—The Hamburg ship Garland, loading at Port Gamble, will take passengers for Shanghai. She will sail iu about
two weeks.
I'inkmiV.s Election—Mr. J. 0. Kecnan was
last night elected foreman of Tiger Engine
Co., No. 2, vice Mr. J. Vogel, resigned.
TELEGRAPHIC
SPECIAL TO Till: BTEHIHfl TFXF.f.lUPII.
To-day's    Despatches.
THE  NEW   ORLEANS   MOT.
Chicago, Aug. 4.—A correspondent at
Now Orleans writes ns follows of Monday's
riot: The convention met ut 12 o'clock ;
twenty-six members were present; Judge
Howell, since missing, in the chair. II.
King Butler, also missing, moved the
adjournment of the House, during which
time the sorgcunt-at-nrim was directed
to compel the uttendtincc of absentees.
The hull was densely packed with Freed-
men ; just after the adjournment a pro
cession containing hundreds of Frctdmcn
currying the U. S. (lag arrived at the In
stitute, having hud a slight disturbance
ou Cunnl street ; at this juncture mer
chants nil over the city, fearing the
coining riot, closed their stores. When
the procession entered the building a
squad of police followed nnd attempted to
make arrests. A scene of the wildest
confusion followed: pistols were fired,
clubs and canes used, and brickbats flew
about in every direction. The policemen
were finally driven out of the building,
leaving Governor llahn and other gentle-
in-in and fifty Freedmen inside. Fortunately, Governor Wells lud just left the
building for the purpose of consulting
with General Buird about calling out the
troops. The Institution used as the State
capitol was located in Dryade street, between Canal and Common ; when the
policemen Hero driven out they were met
by a large body of Freedmen, wbo caused
them to full buck to Canal street. They
rallied aud drove the Freedmen back to
Common street, and, in turn, were driven
back to Canal street ; up to this titni! one
policeman bad been mortally wounded,
one severely, and others slightly hurt with
clubs and pistols. Police reinforcements
soon appeared, a crowd of rioters ticconi
pnnying the police ns they approached the
luslitute.then commenced throwing stouts
through the windows and firing pistols
at any one that could bo seen insitb the
building. Some detachments of police
attacked a crowd of freedmen en Common street, nnd after sharp firing, wound'
iug several blacks, they drove them
away, giving the police nnd ihe moo
which accompanied them full control of
Dryadcs street lire engine which was
brought out and played on thc i'rout of
the Institute, for what, purpose is not
known. Several attempts were mado by
the police to enter the building but were
repulsed. The ammunition of the men
in tho lnstituto seemed to give out ; they
did not fire auy more and attempted to
escape through the rear of Ihe Institute
into Barrows street, but were either arrested or shot down. They also attempted
to escape through the alley which runs
from Dr.ades street to Barrows, but it is
not known that any Freedmen succeeded
in getting away from the building alive.
I think every one who trie I 10 escape was
killed. Saw several brought into the
alley ubove mentioned ami after they Ml
■tiw crowds of ruliiaiis beating them as
they were dying. The riot commenced at
12:15 und ended at '■' o'clock in ibe alter-
noon. At 4 o'clock the military coder i
(jen. Bain] appeared and look ponearioo
of the who!- city. II'ivv many hii7'- been
killed or voanded or wrested it is impossible to say, but it is estimated thut lOU I
I-Yccduicn und 89 while men were killed
or wounded and 100 altogether arrested.
New Oulkans, August 0—A military
i-iitninissioii has been appointed to inquire
into tin! lute disturbances iu the city and
ure pursuing their investigations. Tbey
have already examined a large number of
witnesses. Tlie coiniui-sioii will sit until
ihey huve Dade n thorough investigation
of tho whole ulTuir. Bus uess is reviving
considerably. Cottou 37W38 for middlings.
FACTS va THEORIES.
Where  the   I.eech   ICIver  Gold
comeN   Intnl.
To THE EUITOIIOK TIIE  EvKNINO TeLFCRAPH.
Sir,—I see in this morning's paper nn uc-
eount of discoveries mace on tlie upper waters
of Leeeh river. As 1 am iu possession of the
sa:d inform ifion, and seeing it is now before
the public, I wish to make it more clear to the
understanding of those who may have r ad it.
The pros| eeting was commenced on the Koka-
siles liver, whieh was followed to its head,
where they crossed a divide and followed a
water-course that finally led them to the Leeeh
river miners (numbering about 50, who are
making fair wages), proving it to lie a continuation of the mime. It was genera.ly believed by the Leech river miners that the
swamp was the head of the river, in-tead of
whiih it extends several miles farther. The
Kokaslles, Gnhl Stream nnd Leech livers all
head in the same slate ran^e, and god can he
found on all of them, but it is on the
head waters of Leeeh river that has
ju--t discovered where the indications of
gold are most visible, the mountain sides are
literally strewn with quartz and in thc prairie at the base of thc mounticns extending
over 1,000 acres, gold has been discovered,
though the colors are fine still the prospector
believes that diggings can he found to pay
from i-3 and upwards a day to the hand by
sluicing with quicksilver. It is not unlikely
the leads may he discovered from which Leech
received its gold. The party could not re-
nuin for want of provisions to prospect the
neighborhood thoroughly, However, they intend returning so soon as they are properly
equipped lo further investigate the same. If
their discoveries should prove equal to their
expectations it will be a great boon to us all
at this particular seastn of depression, at the
same time affording another field for our enterprising mincis whoso, welfare we all feel
deeply interested in.
Yours respectfully,
Excelsior.
'Ihe Princess of Wale*, acting ou behalf of ihe Queen, held a drawing-room
at Buckingham   Palace   on   9 h   June.
Her Royal Highness wore a train of blue
satin, trimmed With Irish loce, lilies, and
satin ribands ; petticoat of bi\ie tulle over
blue silk, trimmed with Irish lace and
ribands ; bend dress, tiara of diamonds,
feathers, and veil ; ornaments, pearls anil
diamonds, the Victoria and Albert order
nud the order of Catherine of Russia.
Special i\oticcN.
Holloway's Ointment and Pills.—Eff ct-
ual Aid.—In tin) sad time of sickness it is
cheering to know that a remedy does exist,
and that it can be procured at a little cost-
Holloway's Oiiimicut nnd Pills nr« invaluable
in relieving pain, reducing inflammations,
and regulating disordered actions. They
never can be misapplied, nor can they under
any circumstances cause mischief Taken in
appropriate dnses, they are a blessing to the
rich, when suffering from indigestion, gout,
skin disea-es, .tc , and a boon to the poor
when struck down by illness. Holloway's
medicine should be in the possession of all
soldiers, sailors and emigrants, who will the i
be in a position to relieve pain and cure
disease when medical assistance cannot be
obtaiucd.
Mr. Zinn begs to announce to the inhabitants ot v ictoria that he hat lately received a
large assiTttncnt of Children's Carriages and
Chairs, Fishing baskets and Fishing Canes,
and ii large quantity of .Market and Trave ling
Ibiskets, China Vases, Fancy Goods and Toys,
ail ei which have to be sold on or before
February next at greatly reduced prices
Goods sold at wholesale for cost pticcs.     *
Removal.—Messrs. Solomon Bros, have removed to the two-story brick building on
(iovernment street, opposite the St. Nicholas
Hotel. They have revived, ex ship Mohawk,
from London, a fine assortment of men's
clothing and nnderclothlng, which they will
sell lower than any house iu town. Give them
a call. *
The Fashion Hotel and Music Hall will
be opened this evening at 0 o'clock, when
Charles BbOOKS hopes his friends will not
fail to give him a call and saraplo his fine
(Vines, Liquors andSigars. Every atiention
shown to guests by the new attendants.     *
Mil. Freeman requests us to state that he
is about to remove his Variety store from
Waddington Alley and corner of Government
mid Cormorant streets to the large store ou
Jo nson street known as the " Queen
Saloon." *
Mr. Pigry Palmer requests that orders for
traching, playing and inning Pin lofortcs, and
for instruction in Singing, may be left wi ih
Messrs. Hibben k Carswell, Stationers and
Booksellers, Government street, or at his residence, near the lop of Fort street. *
Alexandre's Gloves—Messrs. J. II. Turner
k Co., London House, have received to-day,
by Express from Paris, a full assortment of
Alexandre's famous kid gloves, for which
they arc the sole agents in Vancouver Island
and" British Columbia.
Mr. I). Lindsay, Accountant and Official
Assignee in Bankruptcy, ke.., ic, requests
us t." intimate that he will remove his Office
to Captain Stamp's New IHuiMing, Government Street, ou Holiday. 30th July.
" Give rae a  place to rest  mr  lever on,"
says   Archimede-,   "and   I   will   move   thei
world.''    ■'Give me  pure and unadulterated
drugs,"   says   Medici-.-.   «.f   the   oldeu  time, !
" and I will" cuie diiease."
In Mie s'ii-e. both of these learned pundits i
were the veriest cbaiiataos. They knew there j
was   BO   ] ' their lever ot..  I
move the world or core iHeaase. Me. hai.i.m ;
was in a backward State, and the medical pro- 1
ft lion was but anoth'-i name for turetry, ,
and   all   tlie  adjuncts   ot  asagic  tilteri   aud
Cbai hi' •'' II ^   '• . \ i   eye.'' \e.
Bui Mies., letler days hive borae mntet nt
■oioetliing  more   than *-> eti   lopofftl'loe   aad ;
Its crew ever 4n t ol  la tli»ir nai last phi.
loaopby. 2a tin- *- dayaof practical science,
what was theory •.! yeeterdajr ir fact to-day,
and all the old ittm- notions become al bubldei
in the tun, and bunt and break with every
breath we draw.
Let Archimedes shoulder hit lever «?,d we
will find a resting place for it to move the
world. L«t rain** ancient Medicus pant and
toil BO more lor the drug* he so sorely ne- d-,
tor we have them at our hand, ever ready lo
serve them Bt h'* heck.
Itef.ned in ihe laboratory of Dr. Kag.iel,
tlie finest materials known ln the medical pro
fession are obtainable by any one. Hit
liillious, liy peptic, and Diarrhoea Pills stand
unrivalled, and his Salve operates with magical effect upon burns, scalds, und all cores aud
ulcers of the skin.
In fact, we think Magoiel's Pills and Salve
arc the wo-.der of this century, and we are
nappy in the thought that many others of our
brethren of the cralt agree with us. We would
earnestly counsel that alt families provide
themselves with Or Maggiel's Prepaiations at
O/iOe, and keep them ready at hand, bo as to
use them at ihe most opportune time and as
occasion serve;.— Pa/fci Sentinel.
New Ailvt-rtisementi
New Advertisements.
Jesse  Cowper,
Wholesale und Retail Dealer in
BOOTS km SHOES,
LEATHER,
—AND—
SHOE     FINDINGS,
YATES    STREET,
OPPOSITE WELLS, FARGO k Co
At the ohl staml of Webster k Co., it
prcpnred to supply the wauls of tie
public in his line.
The Latest Stvles
Received by every arrival from Englni i
unti San Francisco. uu'2
TO    J., E X
'•PHE IJIUCK STORE, CORNER OF FORT
J.     and Wharf Btieet, TO LET.
Inquire of      THOMAS GOLDEN,
jy 22 Fort street.
Chains and Anchors.
TWENTYJ TONS  CHAIN
Short Limited and proved from J to J
AND
ANCHORS,
From 20 to 800 pounds.
For Sale by
PETF.R M'QUADE,
jy 23 Wharf street, Victoria.,
Relief  for   the   Afflicted.
THE INTRODUCTION' OP
P o r r y     Davis'
Vegetable Pain Killer
To the gaffiriac  Huuiuni v of thi* Aje
Iiu- relieved more I'-n", ami c.iu.ed more
nul hiy than any oilier one thing that Cao
Le nniiieil.
IT   U   AS
Invaluable   Remedy.
Our first I'hyiiciHiu   me it,  and   recommend
iti  me;   the   Apetfceeefy UtIi  it   *rit
among the n#dl me- enlled for, and
tbe wliole-aV Ditijj^i^t coofid»ri
il a  had.nv  Mt.il-  of hii
Ir.nle.     All the d'-n:er.<
in ii,-- iii in- »|MMk
ul ke in if» to.
v.n: ii,d iti
reputation as a uu-dieioeof ffftJtm
merit and rinee is fully aud |>rrma-
neutly   established,   and   it  is  the great
Family Medicine   of  Iho  Age-
Every Volunteer Flu ill I have a bottle,ia cast
of sudden attacks of I-liseiisf.
Taken Internally, cure*
Sudden CnldR, Ciughs, kc,
Weak S'omich,
Generul Debility,
{forcing Sire Month, Canker,
Liver Complaint.
Djfpep^iu nr 1 ndiireslion,
Cramp and pain in the Stomach,
Uowel Complaint,
Pointers' Cnlic,
Asiatic Cholera,
Diarhoea and Dysentery.
Taken externally cure*
Felons, Boils, and Old Sorw,
Severe Burns and Scnidn,
Cuts, Uruises and Sprain*.
Swelling of the Jninie,
Ringworm and Tetter,
Broken Breasts,
Frosted Feet and CliilWaius,
Toothache,
Pain in the Face,
Neuralgia und Illicmnafisni.
UNIOM HOTEL,
Corner Bastion and Langley sts.
THE PROPRIETOR RESPECTFULLY Informs the public, that the above named
Hotel ia now open for the reception of
Boarders.
Terms :
Board and Lodpin? per week
Boaid without Lodging
The Hotel
$10 00
8,00
Is located in the must central part of the city,
being in Ihe immediate vicinity of tlie principal Business Houses, the Thenire and other
lilaees of amusement in thc city.
The Table
Will ho supplied with all the delicacies that
our markets afford.
An early application is necessary as only a
limited number of boniders will be taker, it
being tlie intention of the Proprietor to do all
in his power to promote the comtort of those
who may favor hira with their patronage.
REFERENCE   REQUIRKD.
T. H.  He OANN, Proprietor.
Victoria, V. I., July 30tb. 18G6. jy 30
CARRIAGE   PAINTING
iS   ALL ITS  BRANCHES,
Yates Street,
Between Deluge Engine House
and the International Hotel.
Work   solicited,  and   done   on   thc  mosl
reasonable terms by
W. M. KliUHAN.
Iv 11-lm
T>A.TTiT   :k HOLER.
Taken internally, should he adulterated
with milk or water, and sweetened with
sugar, if desired, or made into a syrup
with molasses. For n, COCGH end
Bronchitis, a few drops on Sugar, eaten,
will be more tflVctiv> than anything else.
For SORE THROAT, trargle the throat
with a mixture of Bain Killer and water,
und the relief is immediate und cure positive.
86^ It should not he forgotten that
the Pain Killer ia equally as good to
take internally as Iu use externally.
Each bottle is wrapped with full directions (or its use.
Prices 25 cenls, 50 cents it $1 per bottle.
TUB PIONEEB
ICE CKEAM,
—FROM TnE—
PACIFIC TELEGRAPH HOTEL,
IS AGAIN IN TIIK FIELD.
rpHE PROPRIETOR IS PREPARED TO
X Bupply, as usual, his customers, parties,
balls, etc.. ut moderate rates.
PACIFIC TELEGRAPH HOTEL,
au 3
Store rtreet.
FASHION   HOTEL
AMI
Concert   Room,
The only Place cf Amusement i:-
Town!
'pHE  tnrDBRSlQNED HAVING LEASE'
L   these  well   known  establishments, bcgi
leave to announce that ihey tvi.l be
Re-opcncd on Saturday, July 28
The former Billiard Hal bas been convcrtn
i' to a  Coneert   Itooln. where may  always '
found attentive and obllgt&g attendants.
lb-st qualities  of Wines, Liquors, nnd C.
gars served by thc proprietor iu person.
CIIAS. BROOKS.
JUaF" Admission Fkkk. jy -6
~ wanted"
AVOUNO   GIRL  FOR LIGHT IIOl'SE-
work, and to wail on table.
Apply to
MRS. 7.INKE,
Tates St., between Government and Broad.
. ______.„ ti"
Dissolution   of  Partnership.
'PHE PARTNER-HIP HERETOFORE EX-
i ist.iii^ between James Grahamslaw and
Thomas ti. Morris, Conductors and Builders,
has been dissolved by mutual consent, Mr.
Morris having retired from the business, -which
will be carried on by Mr. Griihamslaw.
All  person's indebted  to  the linn are  re- ,
quested to pRy Ihe same to James Grahamds*',
aud claims against the him must be presented
withiu fourteen days Irom this dato,
Victoria, V. I., July 25th, 1866.        jy25
L.    BETTMAN.
DEALER IN PRY GOODS, GROCERIES,
BOOTS AND SHOES, 4., 4c, &c.
jii Olympia, W- T.
I m I        4
Mltfccllaneous.
Tbagic File in Urni is.— On the 7th
a fire, causing the loss of six lives, occurred in Westmoreland-street, Dublin.
Ou the 10th the bodies were taken out
of the ruins after a long search. They
were ideut;lied br those of .Mrs. Mm)
AnnDelauy, ber Hiree daughters, Bridget,
Maria, and Sarah ; Mr. Anthony St.tiliuii,
•nd Bessie, the servant. They were discovered groilpeiHngclher In ihe liusenieut
glory. The bodies of Mr. Struhan and
Misa Bridget Delauy were not much in
jured by the flames, but those of the
other poor cienturcs were frightfully disfigured, und were barely recognizable. It
is supposed that death in each case resulted from suffocation, the appearance of
the bodies presenting ihe ordiuury symptoms otteiidtint on MCh a fate, bo that the
persons who fell a victim on the occasion
must have happily steeped thu torture ol
the flames, winch would have resulted III
a lingering and miserable dentil. The
bodies were placed in cuflins, and conveyed
in hearses to the Circus, Lo«cr Abbey
street, followed by n lurgo crowd of persons, who sincerely sympathised with the
relutives tf the deceased on the sad bereavement which hnd befallen them.
There is a good deal nf excitement in
Dublin, and much indignation il expressed
regirding the lire brigade, to whose inefficiency at the late lire the calamity is
in some incisure alleged to be attributable.
The newspapers, however, asked thnt no
judgment sbonld he formed on the subject
until ur. inquiry had tnkeu place.
The Noktii I'oi.i;.—Two French gentlemen recently explored the Wand of
■Spitzbergen in n manner never before
done. 'Ihey have measured the mountains, mapped the whole coa>t, examined
tbe vcgetablo products, the geological
composition, ke., of ihe island. They
found that tho Ion; day, extending over
.sevcrul months, during which the sun
never 6ets, became intensely hot after a
month or two hy the unceasing heat from
the sun. In this period vegetation
springs up in great luxuriance nnd abundance. The North Pole is only a matter
of OflO miles from the island, and it is
thought by the two explorers us by many
others, that the Pole itsell, and the sea
which is supposed to surround it, could be
reached from Spitsbergen without any
great difficulty being encountered, A
singular fact noticed by tbe explorers in
connection with this island is thc enormous quantities of flouting timber which
literally cover the wateis of the buys and
creeks. A careful examination of the
character, condition, and kind of those
floating bgs would no doubt lead to a
conclusion as to whence and how they
came, and probably suugesl new theories
for the solution of geographical problems
connected with the Annie Seas.
The Education of Pooit Roman
Catholic Chii.duen.— On the 10th, a
pastoral from Archbishop .Manning was
read in the various Uomiin Catholic
places of worship of the metropolis, iu
which the want of a more extensive system of education for poor Catholic cliiK
dren was forcibly dwelt upon. The constitution and labors of the Poor School
Committee wero explained, and the neces
sity was urged of greater support being
given to them, for it lied been recently
calculated that from 7000 io 12,000 chil -
dren ore without the means of being
educated. In oider to remedy this state
of things it is proposed to create a diocesan fund, from which missions requiring
it may receive aid, and a public meeting
in furtherance of this object is announced
to be held at Bt. James' hull. A collection on behalf of the fund was mude on
the 10th in all churches aud chapels.
Attempt to Poison the Kino and
Qdekn or PoitTUOAL.— The Journal de
Commercio of Lisbon contains the following :—A rumor has been cur.rent here
that, in tlio palace of Ajuda, an atlempt
has been made to poison the King and
Queen. In thc apartments of the Queen
was discovered ot the bottom of n jug of
drinking water a quantity of phosphoric
matter more than sufficient io poison the
liquid. A rigorous inquiry was immediately Bet on foot. One of tho Queen's
household who had drunk of this water
had been taken ill Another version
states that no one hud drunk, but that
the discovery had been made in time.
Japanese Justice.—The Japan papers
are indignant at the execution of n jap-
nnese at Yokohama by order of the Government of the Tycoon. A drunken
French soldier broke into a house iu the
town, and insulted the " very beautiful"
wife of the owner. An inmate of the
house, or possibly one of the crowd outside, killed the aggressor. In cousiqueuce
of this, the husband hud I.is bead chopped off the next week outside the governor's prison, and all his relations have
been made prisoners iu their own houses ;
a cheap phut for superseding gaols prevalent in Japan.
On the 8th, two persons, a young lady
and a little boy, were knocked down at
Belfast by Ihe upcxpress truin from
Portrush. The female was a governess
at Mr. Cotton's, the manager ot the line,
end was proceeding to his house with
three of Mr. Cramisie's children, of White
Abbey, by a pathway along the line ;
bnt instead ot turning to the road at the
terminus of the pathway, they continued
on thc line, and the express coming up at
fall speed, not stopping at intermediate
stations, knocked both down, severing
Miss Leader's head completely from her
body.
A New and Grand Epoch in Medicine !—
Dr. IUggl'1 is ihe foundt. of a new Medical
system. Tbe qu-intiiarians, whose vast internal doses enteeble the stomach aud paralya-
the bowels, must give precedence to the maD
who resiores health aud appetiie, witb from
one to two of his extraordinary Pills, and
cures Ihe most viruleot sores wilh a box or so
ol his wonderful and all bealiog Salve. These
two great spec tics of the DoetofS are fast superseding all tbe stereotyped eo<iruom of Ihe
day. Extraordinary cutes by Maggiel'* Pill"
and Silve have opened the eyes of the public
10 tbe ineliieieney of the (so called) remedies
nf others, anil upon which people have ao long
blindly depended. Mangier* Pills nre no ol
ihe class Ihat are swallowed by the doXO, and
of which every box full taken creates an absolute necessity f°r another. Out, or two of
Maggiel i IMIs suffices to place the bowels in
perfect order, lone the stomach, create an appetiie, a»l render the spirit* li|<lit and bucy-
i.ntl There is no griping, and no reaction in
ibe form of constipation. If the liver is af-
leeieii, its funciions are restored; audit the
iii-ivniis system is feeble, it i» invigorated.
This last quality makes the medicines very
de-irable tor the wants of delicate females.
Ulcerous and eruptive disuses are literati]
"Xtmgui.-lied by tr.e disinfectant power of
Haggiel'l ti ilve. In fact, il is liero announced
that NagKlel'l IIIIIoiin, Dyxpcptlf
and Hi.ir. li :i 1*1 In cure where all
others fail. Wliile for Hums, Scalds, Chil
bla'nip, Cms and all abrasions of the skin
Maggiel's Salve is infallible. Sold by
j. Maiiuiel, 11 Pine »tree',Ne» York, and all
Druggists, at 25 cts per box.
New Advertisements.
The Colonial Market.
JOHNSON   STREET,
(oPFOMTB      OIIIEXTAI.    alley,)
Will be re-opened on
Saturday,    August     4th,
The market will be constantly supplied
with the best quality of articles required for
thc family table. Fresh supplies received
daily.
„,, i N. V. LANGE.
L.    BETTMAN,
DEALER IN HilY OOODS,  GROCERIES,
BOOTS AND SHOES, k., ke., ke.
yit 01ymph,W. T.
Miscellaneous.
WILLIAM   LYONiS.
— ANW—
Commission      Agent,
On the Corner of
Wharf and Johnson Streets.
au 3-Zm
RED LION HOTEL,
GOVERNMENT STREET.
HOTEL   HAVING
T
HE   AHOVE-NAMEf)
been opened by
JOE      EUEKT,
He will be  happy to  meet his  friends   on all
occasions, at)    wi I furnish them with
the best of
Wine?s Liquors, A!e, Porter, Sec-.
and (igars.
BOARD AND LODGING PER DAY, $1.
ggy- Bagatelle and Skitt'es.
Call and fee the establishment.     JOE presides and keeps order. jy 10
A   Triumph   oi    Science
THE  LIGHT   OP   TIIE   WOULD
DR. MAGGIEL'S
PILLS   & SALVE.
Miscellaneous.
-W-A.X>XXEID
rnB0K8 BOABDSBS  AT M PM WKKK
I.     The beat the market can afford pLctd
on the table.     Apply -t the
blii;  HIVE   HOTEL,
\~ |0 fe ' street.
PRIVATE   BOARD.
Board  with  Comfortably
Furnished Bed-room,
Six Dollars per Week.
YATES   ST.,
Next
Door  to  the
American.
Anglo <
Miscellaneous.
NOTICE
Ship alohawk, Capt- Davies, from London
KITIlKIt  TUB   CAPTAIN   NOR
tbe undersigned will be respon-
t-ihlc for any debts tbat may be con-
tmtlfd by the crew 01 the abov- ubip.
Jj 10    ' 1IENUV NATHAN.
AcMt for ll>c teasel.
For San Francisco Direct
IMIE SEW AND FAST SAILING 9CHOON-
er
IvlIlSrERV-A.,
To rail on or about the first of August.
For Freight or Passage, apply to
E. It. MARVIN,
jyl3 Wbarf street.
A
EX   FIDELITER
Choice Lot of Bacon
.In«t   Arrived.
a
The "Grotto,"
OPPOSITE THE TELEGRAPH OFFICE.
For S'a'e by
au 2
P.   Gilligan,
STOKE STREET.
•w"a.istte:d
AYOUNO  GIIU-  FOR LIGHT HOUSE-
work, and to wait ou table.
Apply to
MRS. ZINKE,
Yates St., between Government aud Brond.
jy 27
Dissolution  of Partnership.
rpiIE PARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE EX-
JL istiug between James Grahamslaw nnd
Thomas ti. Morris, Contractors and Uuilders,
hus been dissolved by mutual consent, Mr.
Morris having retired Irom the business, which
will be carried on by Mr. Grahamslaw,
All persons indebted  to  the firm are re.
quested to pay the same to James GrahamBlaw,
and claims against the fi-m must be presented
within fourteen d iys Irom this date.
Victoria, V. I., July 85th, 18GG.        jy25
Alhambra
BILLIARD SALOON.
CORNER GOVERNMENT AND KITES SI'S.
TJP-STAIRS.
Entrance on Yates
Street
jy 3-lm
CARRI&SE  PAINTINb
IX  ALL ITrf BUANCI1ES,
Yates Street,
Between Deluge Engine House
and tbe International Hotel.
Work   solicited,  and
reasonable terms by
jy ll-lm
done   on   the most
W. M. KEOHAN.
WARM WEATHER!
ICE I   ICE!   ICE!
»    LUXURY  WITn'N THE  REACH   OF
IV all, supplied by
\LEX.    PHILLIPS,
FORT STREET,
To say nothing about Ginger Beer, Lemonade,
or Soda Water with it.
Tliene I.Te-frlvitiK rQmedt"« are now, fir the flr t
Ime.fVa pulil Ciy lo Hi ■ *r t d. For over a<,uai ter
fa iculury ol | n nt  practice IhcingredLitl. iu thi-ie
Life-Giving Pills
II'T» hen unci with the greitest tureen*. Th'ir
in is.fi m ii ii tony lo < revent < it is ■. hut to < ure
They mi rch <vj ill- various mal idi"g hy h.ch the
patient  ii tu (faring,  ar.d re -invigorates   t e    ft Hint
■ .y-'.-tn . I the u :t"l allil Mi linn a ICW (loiOS of these
valuable FILLS Willi rovo tu be
A VERY FOUNTAIN OF YOUTH,
Frr in every cane t'-ey add new life nart vlta'lty, and
!■ I ire iii" w if e " in J.- in iii nr ri-* tint- si <te. T
the jonnsfiin; ml dl • Red tiny Mil pr-ve m^U in
valu lie, a* a rei y, iposlBc atid iter Inr mtdlalno
erei.ii elms) ifiilized. tint P-nce-de-Lyon tough
for thten hnudred vtars ago. and i»«»er fond, up
iOdk'il fOfft t in tain IUkl would restore the old tn
\igor audiu&ke vouth ever
An Eternal Spring I
It was left fnr ihii d-ty nnd hour t« realize the dre«m,
and   ►hiiw in oueglorious  f^ct the magic that u.ade
iv iii..
THESE FAMOUS  REMEDIES
Cannot nt^v thf flight of yearfl. hut they can force back,
atv hold nlont,di»ftWfl hat mi i.t in mpli own tut
aq d and the youuf. Let n-ne he««tatfl tuvii: bu
it-tie the fftvorftblft ufpoitunity tbat otT.-rs, Whun Uk«n
aa pre.c.ibi'd—
For Billious Disorders
Nothinscan h« more p-oduptlee of cure than theso
Pill-,—Their almost  in %ic lull lence U felt at o ■« ;
■ <li.l ill" Uhlial CIIC iiiltautl if Ilu- milt di-" > ■ t- n .■
dlvinie nr- rt'inoved. Tlie.-c rtim dn:» are maUft Irom
the jM.rt-Bt
VEGETABLE COMPOUNDS.
Thy will not harm the most delicate female, and
ca i b» k( mi wuii g«od effect in prescribed aoaon to
the youngest buhe.
For Cutaneous Disorders
Andhlleru ttimor ihaakin^tao SALVE i» mo-t In
v.iiiiti'l". li doei u t h>ral < aiemaliy al m , b-n p- n ■ -
ir i>-* wl'h tbe moil * arching elf c«< lo tlm Tftff 1001
ot .h» evil,
HERMAN   SHULTZ,
—AT—
His Well Known and OU Established
Stand
Thc Government st. Boot Store,
lias just received  per steamer
A   FINE   ASSORTMENT   OP
Ladies' and   Children's   Shoes,
Which lie offers at a vury low price.
Receives by each strainer from England and
iriau   Francisco
BOOTS     <5e    SHOES
l-INKST   AND   I113ST QUALITY,
FRENCH   LEATHER,
SHOE     FINDINGS,
At prices to correspond with the times.
tit*
For a  plass  of choice liquor go  to the
" Urotto,"
There "nose but the best '' yoi  will
find is tlie motto.
Mint Julep", Sherry Cobblers—ererylhinR
cooling ;
Come ye that do thirst, you will find iti
no fouling.
»«2
THE  ONE THING   WANTED.
HOLLOWAY'S TILLS.
BRITISH    PERIODICALS.
The Londm Quarterly Eov:ew (Conservative).
The Edinburgh Review (Whig)
The W estminster Revie^f (Radical)
The North British Review (Free Church)
— AND—
Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (Tory)
' The way to keep cool.
iy3
TO   LET,
rPIlE BRICK STORE, CORNER OF FORT
A    and Wharf street, TO LF,1'.
Inquire of      THOMAS GOLDEN,
jy 22   | Fort street.
Chains and Anchors.
twenty; tons chain
Short Linked and proved from J to J
Attn
A3STCHOBS,
From 20 to 800 pounds.
For Sale hy
PETER M'QUADE,
jy 23 Vv barf street, Victoria.
DR. MGGIEL'S PILLS
Invariably cure the following Diseases
Atthm*,
B"Wfl Complaint*,
lOodBht,
Km*,
Glipit Di eates,
QMtlT«MM.
Diarrh"k,
Drontr.
DcUHty,
.   _ Fever and kg\ *>.
Female Complaint*,
Ueadaclie,
Indlf-itton,
lnflie.ia,
Iiiflamra ition,
ln«ard Weakn««%
LI pt Oom.'laiit,
Lowi,e-«or8|iirlti,
RltiRWcirm,
lllustiin 11 fiiii,
bait ..I enm,
Scalds,
Skin DUeanvs.
«T XOTICE.— Xonegeirlnn wlthoat the ontrraved
trade-mark PfiMttfl eM-h pot or box, signed b\ DR. J.
viaiGI I„ 43 Fulion aireetj Naw iork, lo counU-rfe t
whiih ia |pluny.
tf^* Sold by all respectnble Dialun in Medicines
throu-/li--ut th* United Siatea and Canada—at 26 cento
per box or pot.
A. O. Langley & Co.,
Agents for Vancouver Island and British
Columbia.
jjr 2
-The fo-.ir IWirwi re-miMiMied by Mfi«r«, rOOTI A'
Co., nn- frenrral y *o tfdftd an t >o Orrat R view*,
■nd Illtrkwind hiw i eon jn>'lv HMt4 I" ilu-tairiw
r<tiikt Who ver 'lisjien en with r ad nr |>n llcnti'iim ot
tM» cla«», wh tevermas t»o lit-* en-ral i ■ furin itimt,
n-!ll noo bo nltoifthrr behind the lime in wlnrh be
llvef—iHd in lU'oe time« a pn t>n > inny mm i pet vei/
for iicMni. Th">m'y be pad and •ludteil wiih a ■'-
ran'a e by the ptt-ple of Ihiit coniirj', ot" fTcry creed
aud party.
U~ HIjACKWOOD la DnattuUlv att»active at thl-<
tlnif to Ameih ai's, not onlyf-r U* sen I arti-(*» faf
dl-tituuUh'*d wrll*ft of nril n hut for  h" arc unt of
the Im- civil w r now beniR wibteii ty C I. Von
B»rke, a (ieniannfTiriT, ebb f- ' t;ill to Gen. J. E. II.
luarl, of ih« Confederate aiiny.
TKUMS   FOR   1886.
For anyone of Ih* Btrlftwi I* per annum
F. r am two of iht» Review*  7 "
For any thrte of the i.eviewi 10 ''
For ill fiur of ihe Mevlewo 12 "
Fia BlackH-o AH Muma' 4 "
F"T Rlackwood and  one Iterl w  7 ''
For UU kwi.od and aiy two or tho lt«j-
vt»ws 10 "
For 1 Uvkwo d aud three of tJi»* Ri>vie»....13 "
For Blackwood aud the four heviewi 16 M
C L U IJ S.
A AUeount nt tirenty per rent, wi'l lie i'lowe.1 in llabl
pf four or more j'trnoiiB. Tim, fwiir c pie. of
Hlnrkwrod. or ofoni. evl«^ will he went tn one address cr«i:i-o. Kourc.piciof tlie four iteview. and
Bitckwood, fnr 948, and so on.
POST A a E.
When »ent by mail, the Po^TAnK to pny part of the
Unitid t tf. wl 1 be uttwnl -lour eelltna year for
•' Ul mvonD," and but eight oent. a year for each of
the Ktvien..
The Blood.
Tlicne famous jnlla nre bo composed tan
they operate wholesomely on the siomech, tha
liver, ihe bowils, anil other orpnns; hy correet-
itiK nny dernngemenls in their funetions*
whereby n sternly supply of pure mnterinls tor
the renewal of the lilooil is lurnished, nnd a
constant iibslrnctinii ut effete products is effected. This perfect circulation thas become!
the very fountuin of health nnd life, nnd overcomes all form of disease wherever its situao
tlon.
General Disorder! of Hie Liver
und Mimiat h.
All who ever indulge a' tnblc, cither In eat>
~ng or ilrinkinp, should tuke iihout ten of t!^»>-
1.11110119 pills nt bed time, from which wilt res
suit a clesr henil nnd pond stomach the fallowing morning. Thousands of Lndies are always complaining of sick headaches, want o
appetite, want of cnerp>, nnd wnnt of strength,
lo coirect all these evils, three or four ot these
I'ills should he taken twioe a week, when tbey
woil'l give ihe invalid .ne health anil appetite
of a ploughman.
I .inn I. * of nil Aften nnd Claude*
Obstructions ol any kind, either in young
or those between forty and fifty—th" most critical peiiod of life—may he radically removed
hy using these Pills neenrding I i the printed
directions which accompany ench box. Young
persons with sickly nnd snllow complexions
ninv Imve ihe bloom ol henlih restored by thii
corrective, wi ich purifies the blood nnd expels nil gros9 nnd impure humorsfrom ihesys*
tern. Iteware then of the critical nge Iron
lorly lo filly, as it sends ninny thousands to
prematura gnive,—these Pills should be taket
it thnt period of lite two or three timet >
teek
IVnnt ur Strength nnd [Energy-
Persons of sedentnry hnbils, or Ibose troubled in mind, working iu Factories or Coal
Pits, who cannot ohiain thnt nmount of fresh
nir nnd exercise which nature requires, suffer
from weakness nml delillty, lowness of spiri'.l
nnd wnnt of nppetite. All such should tnke i
lose or two ol theac Pills every three or foul
days, as ihey act gently and effectually nn the
system aud impart vigor nnd energy to the
body, which is always followed by a good
nppetite, sound nnd refreshing sleep, and »
high flow of spirits.
For the Cure or Dropay.
The cflIc-<cT of Holloway's Pills in Dropsy
Is extraordinary. They act with soch a peculiar effect upon the syslem, that the fluid?
causing this direlul complaint, are peieeptib)
ia-ried off nnd prevented from nny furthel
nccuniu'ntion. The sufferer rcgnins a buoyancy of spiilia and re)oices in a completely
renovated eoustitullnn. It is indispeusnbly
need-fury llmt 'he Uinlmcnt should ho most
cnVctunlly pibtied into tl.e complaining parta
during tbe whole course of treatment.
Children und their  Hum Mr
In no country in Ihe world nre more children
enrried to an early grave than in Great Britain.
Coughs, Measles, Mcnrlntinn, Fevers, and olher
jiseases attack the little sufferers, npd death,
but too often, follows nt a rapid pace ; yet if
at the firsi singe ot these complaints, parent,
were to have recourse to Holloway's Pills, all
danger would be aioided, for the stomach
and bowels would be gei« £ but effectually
cleansed bv this mild aperient; the depraved
oumors correctco nna tnesecrelions duiy regulated. A perfect cure would -oon be effected, and tbe t'ttle patient restored to toun/
health.
Re'uced Prices for previous years-
Sat«crib<T« mny obtnin Hie Rcp.-lnt« immcolately
preceding 48C6, aa loll, wl, vis. I
Blarttoood from Sptim er. 18''4. to December, 1865
tnoliiiive, al the rale of $2 ftO a year.
Thc JVortA British fr>m J.nimrj. 1863, to Peeeml-er
1-6S inelufivei Hie Blinburyh nd tne Westminster Ir. m
-pil. 1864, tn Uecenne', IS6', Ineln ive. and tin
ZonArn Quarterly lur thc year 18' 6, at tha rate of $1 SO
a year tor each or any   evl-w.
$3- A fewcnplea yet r min at all the four Beviews
for i863 at tt a set, or »1 tO for any one.
LEONARD
Publishers
SCOTT   &   CO.,
38  Walker Street, JV.
L. P. & Co., alio puWitb tha
JPATlTiJLFTl'St O-TJIIDE
Bv I1F7JRT Stfiukss, of Edinhnrph, nnd the hue J. P.
MinTiiS,    I   Vie     oll*l*«,     ivnln.   llnv:iiO:Iii\",    1600
pafMt iu d uumeiou*  Eu'gravinga*
Prlee %7 for  the  iwo ralutaar— by Mail, pott  paid,
& 06. iy23
Holloway' Pi. r ue the best known remedy in Ue
world M the following dis£asei:
FoM a». the t-at^bilshment of ]*mfei»or Holloway, 241,
.-^rand, (near Temrle Bar.) I, n'ion ; ala« by all respect
able DrugtriH1? an<i Deal'TH in Me icineathroughout thi
civilized wortd, at the lollowing p:ice»— li. 1>J., 5. ed,,
if". 6d., 11a,, 1-2*., and 33n. each box.
Avue
Female  Irregular-
Scrofu'aorKingi
Asthmii
it lei
Evil
BilliuuB Complaints
Fevur Of all kind'
-tire Throats        f
Fits
^lone and Grave
Blntrbea   ou   tb'
'■Ollt
Secondary bytnp*
s-kln
Ileal Aehe
t<ims
B<>wul complaints
Itiiligestioe
lic-Doloreux
Colic*
lutlainmaiion
I'uiiiori
Conv.ipatloa of tbe
.Inund Ice
Ulcera
BowIm
Liver Complaints
Venereal      all«'
Cons'tmi tlon
|,ll"llkl-0
tiona
Debt iu
fUn
Worms    of   a
Dropsy
Kheumatinm
kiodi
Dytentry
Ke.eniioti ef Crlne
Weakneta     from
En*i|.»'las
whatever cauat
***   There is   a
eonBiderable  tiTlug by taking th*
ir^i-r siaei.
iHraetmni for th
> guidr nee of patleuti Id everj dljor
der arc alTlxed to B
ch box.                            '
Pbisteo and Publiehed by McClom ft Oo.,
the office, Lungley Street.

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