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VOL. I.
VICTORIA,   VAMCOUVElt   I8LANI),   FRIDAY   EVENING,   BEPTEMBEE  7.   1866
WO. 58.
THE
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EVENING TELEGRAPH,"
l-l BUrftlKU
E/erv   Eveniag at  4   0'Clock,
(Saturday and Sunday evenings excepted.)
also Knar
SUNDAY    MORNING »
TKIIMS OF IUBIOBIPTIOB i
Per Anii'itp, in advance, by mail, flO 00
Fur fix  mnntlil,     fl Oil
Itt W'ek, |>a)able luUrriur        J15
ll»flMCwV,*lS        10
For terms of Advertisement apply at the
Office. Lanjley Street-
New   Advertisements.
Instructions   in   Dancing.
/-UA88KS FOR THR WINTER SEASON
\.y will reopen for I.udicm awl Gentlemen ou
MoNIiay KBIT, BeptembtrM, by
KB8. .1. II. OABUIOHAKL.
Hours from 8 to 10,  on Monday nud Thursday evenings.
View street, August 29, 1800.'      uu 30-lw
Wit -.mil Humor.
A married gentleman, every timo he
met the father of his wife, complained to
hira of the ugly temper und disposition of
his daughter. At last, upon one occasion, the old gentleman, becoming weary
of the grumblings of his snn-iii-law, exclaimed, ' You ure right, she is an impertinent judn, and if I hear any more
complaints of her I will disinherit her.'
'Ihe husband made no  more complaints.
An ignorant Dutchman, passing a
number of railrond trucks in the course of
a day's journey, and never having seen
any before, was nonplussed to account
for their use. At Icngtb, after examining one of tin-in for about twenty live
minutes, and scratching his head quite
bald, he ejaculated—' Tey iiiuslit pe iron
■clamps, lo keep der ertquakes from preak-
ing up der road.'
A Scene in Ilungei-ford Market.—
Customer : I wish to purchase some very
good eggs, to he used in making sponge
cuke.— Shopkeeper: Yes, 1 huve some
eggS that can't be beaten. — ft: Can't be
beaten ?—S.: No, ma'am ; I defy nny
one in tho market to beat them.— 0.i
'I hey won't answer ray purpose at nil,
then, flow can cgu;s be innde into
spongo-enke without being beaten ?
A 'Colourable' Answer.—A connoisseur happening to be in a celebrated
artist's s nd:", an animated discussion
urose us to the colour of Immaterial ob-
jects. 'Thus,' said the one, ' huw would
roti colour a tempest, supposing there
were no clouds I—' Why,' replied the
artist promptly, ' I should say—the storm
rote, aud the wind blue.'
' What are these Royal Bath Bricks
thnt one hears so much about ?' asked n
gentleman I lie other day,—* Ihey are the
brioks,' replied a ready-witted friend,'
'that (ieorge the fourth used to carry in
his hat at Hath, his favourite braudy-aud-
watering place.'
There was some senso in the remark nf
a Scotsman, who, on reading the saying
of Solomon, 'Snow is beautiful in its
season,' exclaimed, ' Ay, nae doot it was
beautiful to you, sitiing with the vines
tied lasses of a' Jerusalem aside y in ; but
had you been a puir stonemason, ye'd
hue said nae such thing.'
Begging the Question.—Lately, at a
wbist party,   a   gentleman  asked a lady
opposite him, ' I say, Miss , are you
my partner V—' Yes, for life, if you like !'
lol'tly responded the ludy. The geulle-
tuan looked sheepish.
Figuratively Speaking.—The actions
of a dumb person.
FACTS vs. THEORIES.
" Olve mo a pla.-.u to rest my lever on,"
•ays Archimedes, "and 1 will move the
World." l< Give ine pare nnd unadulterated
drugs," says Medicus, of tlie olden time,
"and I will cure disease."
In one sense, both of these learnnd pundits
were the veriest charlatans. They knew there
was no place to rest their lever on, either to
move the world or cure disease. Meuhanism
was iu a backward state, nnd the medical profession was but another name for sorcery,
and all the adjuncts of magic filters and
charms of tbe " evil eye," kc
But these latter days have borne unto us
something more than even superstition and
its crew ever droamt of in tbeir maddest philosophy. In these days of practical science,
what was theory of yesterday if fact to-day,
"ml all the old timo notions become as bubbles
in the sun, and burst aud break with every
breath we draw.
Let Archimedes shoulder his lever and wo
will linu a resting place for it to move the
World. Let mine ancient Medicus pant and
toil no moro for the drugs he so sorely needs,
lor we have them at our hand, ever ready to
8erve them nt his beck.
Refined in the laboratory of Dr. Kagtiel,
the finest materials known In the n.edicul profession are obtainable by any one. His
Billions, Dyspeptic, and Diarrhoea Pills stand
unrirmlled, and his Salvo operates with magical effect upon burns, scalds, and all sores nnd
ulcers of tho skin.
Iu fact, we think Magoibl's Pills and Salvo
are the wonder of this century, and we are
bippym the thought that many others of our
brethren of the cralt agree with us. We would
earnestly couusel that all families provide
themselves with Dr. .Maggiel's Prepaiations at
one*, and keep tbem ready at hand, so as to
e»c them at the most opportune time and as
«<sca»iou serves.— Valley Sentinel.
Oriental Restaurant,
YATES   BtEEBT,
In connection with the Oriental ITotel.
THIS  ESTABLISHMENT   IS   OPSH   T
ALLHOUBS OK Till-: day hi; nigh
TJEiE    TABLE
Will he furnished with tlic best the market
affords,
Breakfast,
Dinner,
Supper
At moderate prices.
Oysters   in   every   Style.
Private Iliioms for stmll or large parties.
Call and judge for yuuiselves.        nu 30-lm
"ROUND THE CORNER"
is the name of the
:lt:e"w   sa.loo^t
JUST OPENED I.V
Lnnjflcy   Street,   round   the
corner from Vales street,
In  the  building  formerly  occupied   by   the
Saloon of Ebibhardt'I Hotu.
The Saloon has been tastefully refitted,
and will be supplied with thu
FIRST    QUALITY   OF
Wines   and  Liquors.
The proprietor respectfully invites the public to call "ROUND THK COll.NEIt" and
judge for themselves.
UOVF.HKERNT   STREET    ENTRANCE — NEXT
door to the Telegraph Ollice.
au2»        .11(111!    II i: It KIM 12 R.
3STOTICE
In the Supreme Court of Civil Justice
Vancouver Island.
In  Bankruptcy.
In the matter of John Joseph Mecredy, a
Bankrupt.
A MEETING OF CREDITORS OF THK
i V above bankrupt will lie held at the office
of Mr. John Copland, Solicitor, Bastion itrei I,
Victoria, on Tuesday the ilili day of September proximo, at I o'clock p, m., to resolve
that the offer made tn Oourl of thii date for
tbe winding up of tlie estate under arrangement of composition shall Ue cirricd out, and
also that application be made to the Court to
stay proceedings in bankruptcy.
Dated this Hl'ih day of .Augnsl, A.D. 18G0.
JOHN COI'I.AMl,
Solicitor to Creditors' Assignee-;.
au2'.i Bastion street.
lu the Supreme Oovrl of Civil Jttttia,
Vancouver Island.
In  Bankruptcy.
Wednesday, the 1st of August, 18G0.
WHKIIEAS, A PETITION FOR ADJUDI-
cation of  Bankruptcy, hearing date the
3 Iti day of July last, hu been duly Bled  by
William Parsons Say ward, Chillies Kent, and
Edward Wilson, against JOHN JOSEPH
MKCItKDV of View slreet, Victoria, Carpenter, and the said John Joiepb Mecredy,
having been duly declared and adjudicated a
Bankrupt, is hereby required to surrender
himself to His Honor Joseph Ncedham, chief
Justice of tbe Supreme Court of Civil Justice
aforesaid, on Wednesday the 12th day of September current, at 11 of the clock in the fore-
noon precisely, at tho Court House, James
Bay, Victoria, nnd make a full discovery
and disclosure of his estate and cll'ects, when
and where the creditors nre to come prepared
to prove their debts, and at the first sitting to
choose Assignees and commence the examination of the Bankrupt, and at the last sitiing,
thc Haukrupt is to finish his last examination.
All persons indebted lo the said Unnkrupt,
or having any of his effects are not to pay or
deliver the 6ame bnt to Mr. Daniel Lindsay of
Government street, the Official Assignee appointed, and give notice to
JOHN    COPLAND,
Bastion street, Victoria, V. I.,
Solicitor lo the Petitioning Creditors.
au 29-td
IFOR     SALE
THE   RlfillT,   TITLE,   AND   INTEREST
in Land known as   It VIII.  S 20, Quam-
ichan   Distric ,   and   it  VIII,  S   1, Someuos
District, in ai  about 100 acres, situate iu tho
(.'owichan Settlement.
For particulars apply to
JOHN (iLASSKV,
Bastion street,
au 0-lm Opposite Sheriff's Office.
New Advertisements.
IMl'ORTEH    AND    WHOLESALE
DEALER IX
Oregon and California Flour,
Middlings, Bran. Grain, Butter,
Lard, Provisions, etc, etc,
Families und the Trado supplied ou the
most reasonahic terms.
No. 40 Government street,
NEAR OORNRB OF FORT.
au 29
FASHION   HOTEL
am
Concert  Hoom
The only Place of Amusement in
Town!
rpHH UNDERSIGNED HAVING LEASED
L   these well known establishments, begs
leave to announce that they will be
He-opened on Saturday, July 28.
The former Billiard Ha'l has been OODVerted
into a Concert Room, where may always be
found attentive and obliging attendants.
Best ipialities  of Wines, Liquors, nod Cigars served by tlie proprietor in person.
CHAS. BROOKS
8fcy Admission Fueis. Bu 2U
NEW   WESTMINSTER
CAME!   DEPOT,
"YATES   ST.,
Next door to  the corner of Government,
opposite Zelner's Drug Store.
rpHB SUBSCRIBER HAVING MADE Alt-
_L rnngemeuts to receive from different
parties the produ-c of the Island and country
will be prepared to furuish
Game,
Pish,
Fruits,
Poultry,
Eggs    and    Vegetables,
Each  and  ull iu  their season, at tho lowest
prices.
J6Q?" Fraser River Salmon hyeach steamer.
JAMES   ALIJ-W.
au 31-lm
Victoria Turn Verein.
A   Us   MEMBBHS.OP  THE   AHOVK   I\-
stituliou who   wish   to  ft Head  regular
practlco, nre rtqaested to ba pretest ou the
Bnt Mail day In September, wben classes will
ba formed commencing with the itmplaal ex-
, uu«l going through (ha vhola course.
CHARUCS DBCHBNT,
ftttSS Turnwart,
New Advertisement**
HERMAN  SHULTZ,
—AT—
liis Well Known and Old Established
Stand
The Government st. Boot Store,
lias just received  per steamer
A   FIXE   ASSORTMENT   OF
Ladies' and   Children's   Shoes)
Which he offers at a very low price.
Receives by each steamer from  England and
.Sm   Francisco
BOOTS     Sc    SHOES
or Tin
FINEST   ANLt  BEST QUALITY,
FRENCH   LEATHER,
—AND —
SHOE     FINDINGS,
At prices to correspond with the times,
au 12
Miscellaneous.
EX   FIDELITER
A Choice Lot of Bacon
Jumt   Arrived.
For Sa'c by
nu 2
P.   Gilligan,
8TOILE  STREET.
LUMBER
t    LAW IE   ASSORTMENT   OF  KOUGH
1 \_    and dressed for sale cheap,
J. BOBBBTSOB STEWART.
Victoria, V. I„ 30th August, lSCii. au 11
RED LION HOTEL,
GOVERNMENT STREET.
'THE   ABOVE-NAMED   nOTEL  HAVING
i.  been opened by
JOE     EUEN,
He will be  happy to  meet his  friends  on all
occasions, an   will furnish them with
the best of
Winesj Liquors, Ale5 Porter, &c->
and Cigars-
BOARD AND LODGING PER DAY $1.
fig?" Bagatelle nnd Skittles,
fall and see the establishment.     JOE presides and keeps order. au lu
TSTOTICE.
Hard Bread' Hard Bread!
Ihe Only Sure Way to Save the
Country!
IS Til PATROKIZH
CAMERON'S   ISLAM)   PRODUCE
nVC-A-RKZET,
No.   18   Fort   street,   opposite   Mrt.   Heal's
Boardiog-bouse.
TjlAMILHSS AND HOTEL-KEEPERS WII.I,
1 Iind always on hand fresh, cheap, and
good
Island Vegetable! and Fruit,
Island Fish and Game of all sorts,
Island Kl-l-s and Butter,
Island VenisDn cut to order,
Island Poultry, 4c., 4c, 4c.
N. B.—I hereby mnke known to the public
that, taring made arraflgemenu with certain
island farmers  to  sell  tlieir produce,   I  am
from this date prepared to  sell  cheaper than
any Chinaman  peddler  that ever ate rice—
" So walk on. John !''
August 17th, 18CG. au 17-lm
J.  NAGLE,
Shipping Ms ster and Commission
Agent-
CREWS SUPPLIED AT  TIIE SHORTEST
Notice—Goods entered  and  cleared at
the Custom House; Manifest!, Charter Parti,.,
and Bi Is of Sale made out. Vessels bought
or sold.
Jfey Several small Vessels for Bale or
charter.
Off-k-b—Bastion street, near the Police
Barracks. »ul7
nsroTiOE.
Dprint,   MY   TEMPORARY  ABSENCE
at San  Francisco,  my   brother,   Peter
Maltliicsscn, holds my Power of Attorney.
1>.iicd Hotel St. Nicholas,Government street,
Victoria, 14th August. 186C
an IB N. C. MATTHIESSEN.
STORE ST. ORACKER BAKERY.
Best Quality of Pilot Bread at 6  l-2c
per lb., or $5 per box delivered-
Navj st 5c perjb., or $4 per box do.
Butter at 9c per lb-
Soda at 9c per lb.
Wm.   Moncks,
an 8 Proprietor.
General News Agent
J. Stratman.
EMPIRE NEWS DEPOT
Cor. Washington & Sansome sif.
Han Francisco.
THE ADV'.HTIsKR is prepared to supply
with punctuality nnd celerity tbe iinurxed
lu'rt-spupers And pcriodioftll upon the following
terms Al! orders, to receive immediate ni trillion, must be nccompnnied by ensb remittance,
mnl handed in previous to the 4th, 14th, and
24th of each month.
London P»ily Times $14 (W
Tlie Field   1400
"       IliuHiaii'd Timed „  7 Ou
'«      Weekly Tim«       7 00
**        Bell'i Uft in Lctnil.tn 14 00
1      wnkl] Dl-patch 14 00
«        III. News of II e  W.nld 14 00
**       Public Opinion  "50
•       Indos (Kree Trade) 1100
"       111.   Spurtiny NewH 8 00
"       Spectator 11 00
M       Kviow    1400
H       Sntiirdnr Review 14 00
Oubl*- WttWO.... 12 00
Ixmdi/.i Illuslmud News 14 00
Allnct'-a Month)- 3 00
Black wand'-. MnpiiiWie 3 00
fhu-pef9! Mapazhie .1 ik)
S \  enny MttfUme „  3 on
Knickerbocker   ^ :\,
Pacific M WtSlj »   .. ...,   | ft
6odty*aLuSl«s Book..,* 3 DO
Rgeical Hoet 3 00
Cowuneiital Malanine  ggQ
Hftdam Demoreet'fl    omhiv :tot>
K. I.**»lio*« new Kfimily Magaiitie  3 in)
Chainb»rb' Bdlobargb oiirnal ■ 4 00
Motublj   pnpere, Ono*k   Week 6 00
*' "       All tlie Tear Hound f, Oil
Tli-ick*'rHv'B(,«mliill\in-Htiiic into
l/,nd"n   Ijincpl g 00
3, a   Mln^ Temple Bu 000
Lottdnfi -.wi-u   Mi-atiiif |J xn)
Bt Jltnai Mftgwine BOI
Kliii'inrirli BeHvw to00
towfon   l(' rte* looo
Xoitk RrllbkRenm looo
A'estniin-ler Keurw	
1 nndon Art Journal 1100
lliuiui i:  Bn^USf Mag 10 0-J
EXPRESS LINE STAGES.
ryllE COACHES OF THIS LINE W«'J.(l
JL now run regularly, leaving Yale, H. C
on
MoniiaiN,
Wednesdays,
Aud Friday*,
AT 7, A. IL,
FOR    HAVANA'S     F F II IC V
(Hi); Ili-nil Uoule), until the completion of the
road, when tliey will po to Bavana'l Kerry,
The Coach for Cariboo will leave Vale on
Monday.
jy J F. J. 1URN\RD.
TIIE OKEAT   KBMEUY   OF   THK
AGE.
HOLLOWAY'S OINTMENT.
the
The   effect   ot  the   Ointment   on
System
To the very core and centre of a]] disPAPts
which affect the human body, this remarkable
preparation penetrnte?. It disappears under
the friction ot the hands, iih salt di^sppeara
when rubbed u,>on meat. The unguent performs its healing errand rapidly, safely, aad
without pain. Simple eruptions, open sores,
hard tumors, fcrofuloua developments of all
kinds, abcesnee, cancers, old wounes. and, ia
tact, every species of inflammation and suppuration, whether in the skin, the flesh, tho
glands, or among the muscle?, can be krresteb
in iti destructive course, Hnd permanently
cared without danger by rubbing in this inestimable Ointment.
IIjkI     Ltegx,
Uud   lirenxf*,*
Ulcer*,
Sores,   and
In many Hofpitnls in Europe this celebrated
remedy II now used for the cure of old wounds,
sores, and ulcers ; in Spain and Portugal, and
in many parts of Italy, the lirst Physicians re-
rtguliuly prescribe its use. It is a sovereign
remedy tor bad breasts and bad legs; and likewise for all skiu diseases. It is to be found in
the cheat Of nearly every sailor, soldier, and
emigrant.
lmpi iiitenetec of Youth ; — Sore* and
Lice in.
The above class of eotpplfttats is surely re*
DOVod by nightly fomenting tho parts witt
,vnini water, and then by moat effectually rub
;iiiiLr in this Ointment. Persons suffering front
these direful conipl'iint3 should lose not a mo
ment in arresting their progress It should bi
Understood tbat it is not sufficient merely to
(imear the Ointment on the allected parts, bul
it oust 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 reraov.
only hidden gore or wuti.nl ns effectually a.
though ii we?e palpable to ilu- eye. Dread and
wahr poultices, alter the ruWbing in nl tt;
Ointment, will do great service.   This is tb(
[ only proper treatment for females In cases ci
i cancer in the stomach, or for those who sufliC
Irom a general bearing dov n.
iMIn,  Fistulas, Ktrlrtul-ct.
Blotches, a*Hlso swellings, can with certainty
be radically  cured   if the Ointment be   us»J
1 freely, and the Pills be taken night and morn*
ingnsrecommended in theprintediuslrut-tiioua
When treated tn any other way these complaint*
! }D 1J dry up in one place to break cut in an*
\ »iber; whereas this Ointment will removethf
•juinor from the system, aud leave ihe palien
\ vigorous and healthy being. It will requiri
.line, aided by the use of the Pills, to ensure
I  asting cure.
t Dtptherlu, Bronchitis, Soic Throat*,
Any of the above class of diseases may be
"ured by well rubbing tbe Ointment three
vimes a dny upon the skin covering the throat,
che.st, and neck 0! tlie patient. Thc unguent
will soon penetrate the pores and give immediate relief. To allay the lever and lessen tb3
infltimation, eight or ten Pills should be takea
night and mnruttig. The Ointment will produce persp'ration, which is so essential for
remo-'ing fevers, sore throats and those oppressions of the chest which arise from
Asthma, Bronchitis, and other causes.
Both   the   Ointment nnd   Pills   should
be  used   In tlie  following  Casus s
Part lejrs
^orriH (Corns)
Kh*nmatitm
Il-i-l lil-HAft!
Cancers
Lulds
BnrtM
Oi otneted      nnd s».ie Ninnies
Btimonn
BUS Joints
> re Throat
Bitebl Motetit tne«
KJcphitntia&is
Skin dinuan
.■\iiii Btnd-Plla
Pb&abu
.-ciirvj
(H'K-I'HV
Qmtt
Sire liPads
'I.K'Ct-   t'"i't
i.lHiiilnlsr    Swell-
In morn
linp
HetTi
;iiilbliitnn
I>< tnlvi.:o,
Wounds
:''li;t|ij>.'il  Un mis
PikB ,
Ysws
Sold «t t1 • K«tabllshin«'iit o( I'iu'CEwok Hou/>»a
.244, Strnnd, (near TeBJple BsiJ, London ; alio by a
nspeoUUe DrtUQilsta UW Pesters in Meilu-ines through
din ti,i' ch Mied world, at ths IbllowliM prtco»   is. l^A
i. :A,  4s 6«1.. 11a., ii., ami 33s., each Put.
*¥*   There s a cooBiderable ssv ing b) taking the latest
izes.
K U.—Directions f->r Ihe puidniire of Paiienti  in  fTtl
dxiorJer sre tttised to each Pot.
^  —
1
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-,-^r
-, A   Terrible   Instrument   of
Torture.
In tlie niuwntn of tlie Society of Arts
at Kington, Jmnaica, tliere if preferred
a feiirltil relic of i lie   ol. 1   peiml   laws in
thnt island.    In Once a Week a writer describes it.    lie snys: I passed from room
to room, and from spot   to   spot   with   a
careless gluneo,  until, in the corner of a
room of horrors, lined   around   with   tbe
skulls of MfTO   niiilcfnctor-i   OMOted   I ir
their crimes, suspciiled from  a lic.im, my
eyes fell upon a hideous relic for wliicli I
soujrlit.    Hideous did  I say 1   Ay, ten
thousand times more hideous  than   anything my fancy had depicted ;   twinging,
swinging again,  rusty,  discoloured,  and
cankered, to the motion of the breeze, us
it had Cone a hundred years  gone by on
tbe branch   of  the   old tamarind at thc
Halfway Tree.   An idea of urinour vanished at the instant of beholding it ; there
could be no doubt of its   being   mado to
secure a naked  human body alive, while
in sad testimony of this knowledge, in an
open wooden box beneath lay  tho bones
of the sufferer who once had passed from
life to death in  its most accursed grasp.
Round the knees, hips, and waist, under
the arms, and round tbe neck, ircn hoops
were rivetted closo   about   tho   different
parts of the body.   Irou   brnce6 crossed
these again, from the hips right over  the
centre of tho hend.   Iron bars and plates
encirled and supported  the  legs,  and at
the lower extremities were fixed plates of
iron like old  fashioned slirrups, in which
the feet might have found rest, had not a
finish to the torture, compared  to  wliicli
crucifixion itself must   have   been   mild,
been contrived by fixing in  each  stirrupt
three sharp-pointed spikes   to  pierce the
soles of tbe victim's feet.    Tbe only support   the   body   could    receive,    while
strength remained   or   life endured, wus
given by a narrow hoop passing from one
end of the waist-bur in front between  tho
legs to the bar at  the  back.    Attached
to   the   circular   band   under the arms,
stood out a pa'r of handcuffs, which prevented the slightest motion in tbe bunds;
and on tho crossing of tbe hoop? over tbe
head was a strong book,   by   wbich   the
whole fabric, with  the  sufferer enclosed,
was   suspended.     Quivering  in   agony,
there she swung, tho bluzing sun striking
fiercely on her nakedness, quickly canting
a terrible thirst to   rage   throughout the
frame, and, while yet life was strong, the
fevered blood to coqrse   madly   through
the swollen veins.    Not before long the
ants, pondering over tbe drops of blood
wbich   fell   from  ber   spike-pierced leet,
would climb In  countless myriads np tbe
old tamarind tree,   across   the branches,
and down over the iron bars lo the  fouii-
tain of this horrid feast; while mosquitoes
and sand-flies disputed   with   these   and
many other parasites  which  should suck
fastest at the life and strength of a poor
human creature bung np to bo eaten thus
alive.    I was just closing the sketch-buok,
after carefully comparing tbe lines J had
drawn with the original, when a voice at
my  Bhoulder  said,   ' Sir, if I may be so
bold, there is one small thing   yon   have
not seen.'   I   turned   and   saw a stout,
well-to-do coloured man, probably a small
tradesman, to judge from his dress, who,
witb a pleasant smile, bowed, mopptd the
beads   of   his   shining   forelrjad with a
bright   yellow   handkerchief,   and   then
begged pardon  most  respectfully again.
'Have   1   left  out  anything 1'   'Yes.'
' What is it,   then f   ' Look,'   said   my
new   friend,   advancing towards the iron
^BRe, 'you havo   not   seen   those  sharp
spikes to run into  the   back   nnd   neck.
There was to be no rest anywhere.    Ah
«ne 1 sir, nowhere, nowhere.'    He  spoke
with   emotion   and a low sigh, while his
finger ran over the  knobs  upon the hats
wbero the spikes were uucb  discoloured,
and biddcu with rust and oxide ; uud lli'Mi
he turned about and snid,  ' Pray, sir, put
tnem in ; make it ull complete.'   So ex>
cited did be seem^that it  struck mo   bo
might   know   something of the history of
the cage, and 1 asked bim.    ' i\'ot much,'
he replied ;   but  there   is an old woman
still alive wbo remembers   it,   when   she
was a yonng girl, swinging  in  tbo wind.
She is a relative of mine, and was a slave
before freedom was proclaimed.   Uut she
is past ninety,   and   scarcely   remembers
anything more than this.'    ' Has she  no
idea   what  the  crime  was   of the poor
creature whose bones   Bre  lying   there ?'
' Many people havo asked ber   this,   and
she says she thinks it was a young black
girl who wns hung alivo for attempting to
poison her owner's family.    At nny rate,
sir,   perhaps   yon   may   remember that,
about a hundred years ago,   there   were
great disturbances among tbe slaves, and
tbat this horrible mode of execution was
justified   by  the   then    existing  laws."
There are records of tbis fact in the bis>
tories of Jamaica.
Now Advertisements.
NOTICE !        NOTICE !!
Miscellaneous.
I .IROU THIS DATE TIIK UNDERSIGNED
tttt eniiehnliil io reduce bit price ONE-
SAU :  und hereafter the
FINEST WINES AND LIQUOR?,
ALB,   BEER, ke, kc,
Will lie   erveil  ut the
'METROPOLITAN"
At I WEI.VK AM) A  IIAI.1-' 0SMYS
per sample.
Tlio public will please Mil and sample, nml
sutisfy tbemfflvff tbat the very best is to be
had ut the ubovc price.
T. J. BtnVM,
Metropolitan Saloon, Start street,
au 26
ZSTOTIOE.
In the Supreme Court of Civil Justice
Vancouver Island.
nxr BANKRtriiTCY,
W1
Friday the 21th day of August, A.D. 18CG.
HERBA8 A I'KTITIll.V FOR ADJUDI-
cation ofllanlmiptcy, bearing date the
24th day of August instant, has heen duly
filed by Charles Dupond, of Cudboro Bay
Itoad, Victoria District, farmer, and ho having
been declared a Hankrupt, is hereby required
to surrender himself to liis Honor Joseph
Neehiun, Chief Justico of tho Supremo
Court of Civil Justice of Vancouver Island,
aforesaid, on Wednesday, tho 6th day of
September next, at 11 o'clock in the forenoon.
precisely, at the Court House, James Buy,
Victoria, and make a foil discovery and dit-
clnsnre of his estate and effects, when and
where the creditors aro to come prepared lo
prove their debts and at the first sitting to
chnose Assignees and commence tlio examination of the Haukrupt, and at the last sitting
the Bankrupt is to finish liis lust examination.
All persons indebted to the said Bankrupt,
or who have any of his effects, are not to pay
or deliver tho same but to David Lindsay, of
Government street, thc Official Assignee appointed, and give notice to
EGBERT BISHOP, Solicitor,
au2G Bastion Street, Victoiiu.
Belief   for  tlie   Afflicted.
THE INTRODUCTION OF
Perry     Davis'
Vegetable Pain Killer
To the Suffering  Humanity of tbis Age
has relieved more pain, and caused more
real joy than any other one thing thut can
bo named.
Invaluable   Remedy.
Our first Physicians use it,  and  recommend
its  use;   tha   Apothecary finds  it   first
among the medicines called for, iind
tbe wholesale Drugf/ist considers
it n leading article of liis
trade.     All tho dealers
ia medicine speak
alike in its favor; and its
reputation as a medicine of great
merit nnd virtue, is fully und permanently  established, and it is the great
PRIVATE  BOARD.
Miscellaneous.
Board   with  Comfortably
Furnished Bed-room,
Six Dollars per Week.
YATES   ST.,
Next
Door  to  tbe
American.
Anglo-
au.'5
The Word ' Fast.'—This word it at
great a contradiction as we have in tbe
English language. Tbe Delaware was
fast because the ice was immovable, and
the ice disappeared fast for the contrary
reason, it was loose. A clock is culled
fast when it goes quicker tban time, hut
a man is told to stand fast wben he is
desired to remain stationary. People fast
when tbey have nothing to eat ; and eat
fatt, contequently, when opportunity
offers.
Chains and Anchors.
TWENTY  TONS  CHAIN
Short Liu'.iod and proved from J to J
AND
A. NCHORS,
From 20 to 800 pounds.
CHAS. F. BARNARD, M.D„
SURGICAL k MECHANICAL
DE1TTIST
l'ort street, one door east of Government,
Victoria, V.l.
Dr. 11. hereby tenders hli grateful
ledgtnenta to tbi cltittoi of vletorli for iheir
i iiri;il pfttrOOtfffl llms far, and bopM by gi'li-
lliiuiily cumin, t and strict npplna imi In
buiintM to merit a further continuance ot
favors.
Whi'ii desired will visit parties professionally at tlieir tetlitneat. All branches of the
profession attended to. Terms reasonable—
i Hi:,    hours from 8 a.m. to Oj p.m.
iiu'2'2 lm*
Miscellaneous.
LEATHER,   HARNESS,
AND
Trunk Manufactory.
WM. BALBY & CO.
w
NOTICE
nu 113
For Sale bv
PKTBB M'QUADE,
Wharf street, Victoria.
A   Triumph   of    Science
TIIE LfGHT  OF   TflE   WORLD
DR. MAGGIEL'S
PILLS   & SALVE.
The** Life-ftlvmp; remedied nr* niw, fnr the flr t
line, If ran publ oly to tli - w r .1. fOT ottT aquaiter
t.fa reijLury olpri. ate pmclicc the ingredients iutb«sc
Life-Giving Pills
Hive bci-n lifted with tlio ffttatttt *ucce*«. thtit
mlttlni ii ii tony to i rev unt < ls*as", but to cure
Tbtyee rch n'j- th- various nialidiea by which tba
patient is suffering, arid re-invigorate* tht uilin,'
system. T • the Med and infirm a lew duius of theft
valuable PIL..S will prove to bn
A YtRY FODNTAIN OF YODTH,
Fr.r In even case tSey add new li To and vita liy, arid
'estire the Winlnf eto/gle« lo their i rutin* it ate, Tj
the >onnjtnnl mi dl ■ xyed tbey uill pr-ve nio«t in
valu tit, a* a   rei y, IpfteUc end Sterling  medicine
ere is ii dream   realized, that P.mim-de-iA'un   lou^h
fnr three  Ii uud red   year* igo, and  barer fundi    "e
lonk.df'ira f untalii   that  would restore  the old to
vigor and make youth ever
An Eternal Hpring-!
It was left for ihii Any nnd hour tn realize tho drenjn,
nnd «huw m one gluriuus fuel tbe maglfl tliaL u.ailc
it Ulr.
THESE  FAMOUS  REMEDIES
Cnnnnl »tiv thr flight of yean, hut tliey can force back,
an' held iiluul, dlMMfl lial liliilitll'l Inph over thu
.it il mid the vooog. Ltt icne hailttte llien, bui
si vi.- il,.' favorable Opportunity that offurfl. Wtna taken
m preaciibed—
Far Billious Disorders
Shaving.—It issaid that a pair of pretty
eyes are the best mirror for a man to
shave by. 'Zactly so ; and it is urqnes
tionably the case that many a man lias
been shavtd by them.
Family Mediciije   of tho Age-
Every Volunteer should havo a liottle, in case
of sudden attacks of Disease.
Taken Internally, cures
Sudden Colds, Conglts, &c,
Weak Stotnncli,
General Debility,
Nursing Sore Mouth, Canker,
Liver Complaint,
Dyspepsia or Indigestion,
Cramp and pain in tho Stomach,
IIohgI Complaint,
Painters' Colic,
Asiatic Cholera,
Diarhoeu and Dysentery.
Taken externally cures
Felons, Boils, and Old Sores,
Severe Burns and Scalds,
Cuts, Bruises and Sprains,
Swelling of the Joints,
Ringworm nud Tetter,
Broken Breasts,
Frosted Feet and Chilblaius,
Toolhaehe,
Pain in the Face,
Neuralgia and Rheumatism.
IP-A-IIST   KILLER,
Taken internally, should be ndclterated
with milk or water, and sweetened with
sugar, if desired, or made into a syrup
with molasses. For ft COUGH and
Bronchitis, a few drops on Sugar, eaten,
will lie more effective than anything else.
For SORB THROAT, gargle the throat
with a mixture of Pain Killer and water,
und the relief is immediate and cure positive.
8®* It should not be forgotten that
the Pain Killer is equally as eood to
take internally as to use externally.
Each bottle is wrapped with ull directions for its use.
Prices 25 ceuts, 50 cents k $1 per bottle.
BIJNSTER
HAS THIS DAY
ENTERED INTO
Partnership
WITH ALL LOVERS OF
ft TAKK THR IMIK-T.NT OPPOMTN'-
Itjr to iliunk our numerous customers for
the liberal pttrooagfl besiowed upon uh, and
lo iuforin llieiu and Llie public in general tbat
we are now ctrrytng oo, in Ofttnectlon with
our NKATHKK SToUK, i'e miintlfaettirf of
HARNESS of all dnertpttonf, nl<o TRUNKS
and VAI.ISKS. Wl line riinstiiiitlv on hand
a larc« assortment of INLAND TANNED KIP,
CALK, II MINKS.--, SOLE, U'KI.T, HTIIINO
and GRAIN LEATHER; also a gentral as*
sortrnent of SIIOrlM AKKR'S FINDINGS.
I'.-ulies requiring anything in onr lino
should five us a trinl, as we will supply them
cheaper than any liousa north of dan Francisco.
BELTING   MADE   TO   ORDER.
TerraH   Cash.
Wm.  Dalby  & Co.,
Yates street, Victoria, V. I.
Attgnit 2'<h, 1866,
au 20
GOO©
ALE!
nu 17-lm
CHARLES    BERNARD,
Manufacturer and Dealer in
FMILICHARTRES COFFEE.
Aud Spice* of nil UIikI.i,
No. 707, Sansome street, corner Gold,
Between Jackson and Pacific.
First Premium awarded by the Mechanics' Institute, for the best Coffee and Spices.
Tho proprietor havinc introduced Steam
Power in his Manufactory, ha mow increased
facilities to supply the trudo and the public in
Reueral. All unifies from bis KnlnblisbineiH
are guaranteed lo be pipe and unadulterated.
The public are respectltilly invited to call and
convince themselves Country orders promptly
attended to. se 2
BRITISH    PERIODICALS.
N'otljiiijf can  bt   mor"   proilucHre  nf curt thnn  those
PUk—IUoir almost m.gla InAuensi in felt it o u;
nnd iho umial 06M luiunti of tbfi m<ii dUirattlDff
dl»ut ttt itiinuvtd. TUer-u rtiutdiuH art made Irmn
the pufMl
VEGETABLE COMPOUNDS.
Thfy will not ham tlio muni d«lical« female, ind
mi i h<! ni • ti wilh ji<>ud vfftct ia iiroriunbud d»B«n lu
the jounnOHt bdl>e>.
For Cutaneous Disorders
And all eruiitl mnof tho-kin,'hi HALVE 'li mont hi-
YalLUlilf. li dOM n t ii. *l < xlen.alljf iiltjtn-, Imi pMM*
Itjtttt with the mo.1t b. uroliluj iBfOti to thu  very rool
"i .im tivil.
DR. MAGGIEL'S PILLS
Invariably cure the following Diseases
Asthma,
tiuwel Complaints,
doughs,
Oolda,
CbeBt Diseases,
Costivt-npsn,
DjKpupsia,''
Diarrhea,
Dropsy,
DeUillty,
Fever *nd kg' «.
Pemalenomplaintfl,
Uca.lache,
IndUsUnn,
Illli'HM  7/1,
liiflauiiTntmii,
InwSfd Weakness,
Lirer Complaint,
Lowi.e-" of Spirits,
Ringworm,
RUeumatism,
bait Hheum,
Bcalds,
Skin Diseases.
jfcj* NOTICE.—None genrfne without the enpraveil
trade-mark nro-jnd ench pot or hox, signed bj DR. J.
MAdGIM,, 43 Fulton Btreetj New York, to counterfeit
which is felony.
JET gold by all respcctnble Dealori In Medicines
throughout the United Slates aod Canada—at 25 cents
per box or pot.
A. C. Langley & Co.,
Agents for Vancouver Island and British
Columbia.
JJ3
The London Quarterly Review 'Conservative).
The Edinburgh Review (Whig)
The Westminster Review (Radical)
The North British Review (Free Church)
— AND—
Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (Tory)
Th* foir npviewi r«>ptibllihed by M-nn. footr &
Co., nr* ueiieral y CO Itdsred an tho Great ftofletB,
Mia Blarkwood nu been j'Htly placed in ihe siime
r.mk. U'ho. ver dl|p«MM with r'-fldm-' pnl lt«Atloha ol
thlcolwi, wh ti-vi-!' maj be hi' reiwritl Iuftmnitioai
will too'i I"-iiitti/.-iiMT li«hlnd the Urns   in whieh be
ivtK—-ind in these tiniri a p«>t'o-i RU *»o i get v«ry
far bel mi. Tbej a y bt reftd and atudied with iti-
viin'.i I liy the people Of thii couitry, of every creed
iniil |'.trty.
tajr BLACKWOOD i« OpmoeU.? attractive st IhU
t tn'' tu a ,i ■: i ena, ool only f»r m . eeri I trtiolei by
dlrttafaithad »rit' \n of Roll n. hm for thn oeooaal of
ilie lat<* civil w r. now r-t>ni\? wiitten ly U I. Von
Boric*, iHJfinaiu.iiif.'r, eliji i- /^tiirt toOeO. J.K.1J.
■totfl| of thu Confederate ermy.
TKUMS   POB   1886.
Por enjono of th» Iti^lewa M ptr annum
Fur am two of th» ItarlrWH  7      '*
Knr any Ihrf f of the i.«-ilewi 10       "
Foraiifmii -f tfaeBoriewi 12    "
Poo BUokwoad'l Ma^vtin^ 4 "
For Ulackwotid and  nitultevl-w  7 "
For Hlii. kw«-od and any two of tlio  R«-
vl*w 10 "
For llackwood and three of the Reviews..13 *
For l)Uci»word and the four hovitwi 15 "
CLUBS.
A dl«count ntticrnty parent, wi'l be a'lowed lo oTfcM
of f"Ur or more |n.TBontt. Tli us, four c pies of
Blackwood, or ofonr I evlcw will he went to one address or *I2 80. Foiireupica of tho fuur Keviews aud
Blackwood, fur $4tJ, and Bit on.
POSTAGE.
When sent by mail, Ihe Po-TAnu to nny part of tho
TJnit'd t tr» will be 'uttVefcU-fouf centra year for
" j.Af:it«oon," and but eight ceutB a year for each of
thc Rt'Viewi.
Reduced Prices for previous years-
Subwriberp may obtain (he Ropcintf immeoiately
preceding i8f'6, ae IoII-wb, viz. !
Jllathooftd from 3-ptFmi.er. 1894, to December, J8G5
incluaive, at the rate of J2 f>0 a year.
The Korth IJritish from Jinnary, 18R3, to Tlerembor,
1^65, inHtifiive; tlie Jidinhurgh md the Westminster trim
Ap il. ISM, in December, 186'), Intltmre, and thr
tendon Qnartn-ty !ur thc year I816, at the rato of $1 50
ti yOOI for each or any I t'vi- \v.
JKF A few copien yet rnmain of all the four Revieivt
for 1863 nt $4 a Mt, or il 60 for any one.
LEONARD   SCOTT   &   CO.,
Publishers, 38 Walker Street, JST. Y.
THE  ONE THING   WANTED.
IIOLLOWAI'S PILLS.
The Itlood.
The9e famous pills nro so composeil thn
tlioy oppnite wholosomfily on the Htomneh, tho
liver, Ihe bowels, ninl other or^tins; by correcting nny tleinni;emet>t» in their functions
whereby a sternly supply of pujo miiteriais tor
tho renewal ol the lilood is liiniis-hul, ami i»
constant nbslractiou of elfete products Is ef-
fectad. This perfi.ct circulation thus becomes
the very fountain of health and life, and overcomes all form of disease wherever its Bituav
tion.
Gcucral DlHordci'R of lli«  Liver
and Stomach.
All who ever indulge a' '.ablo, either in c»t»
ne or drinkinjr, should take nbout ten of thfls-
lanious pilln at bed time, from which will reo
suit a clear head nnd pood stomach the follnv-
log niiiniing. Thousands of Ladies are always complaining of sick headaches, want o
appetite, want of energy, and want uf strength,
to coirect all theso evils, three or fuur ol theso
Tills should be laken twice a week, when they
would give tiie Invalid toe health anil appetiU
of a ploughman.
FcmalcN or all Apes and Classes
Obstructions of any kind, either in younjf
or those between forty nnd fifty—Ihe most critical peiiod of life—may be radically renio.'?d
by using these I'ills according to tlie printed
directions wliicli accompany ench box. Yontifl
persons with sickly nnd sallow complexions
mny have the bloom of health restored hy thi?
corrective, wtich purities the blood nnd expels all gross and impure humors from thesys*
tem. Beware then of the critical nge fron
forty to fifty, as it sends many thousands to
premature grave,—these Pills should be tnkoi
« that period of lile two or threo times er
\eek
Want  or Strength nnd Energy.
Persons of sedentary habits, or tboHe troubled in mind, working in Factories or Coal
Pits, vho cannot obtain that amount of fresii
air and exercise which nature requires, suffer
from weakness and delility, lawn-ess of spirilS!
and wint of appetite. All such should take »
ioso or two of these Pills every Ihree or foul
days, as they act gently and effectually on tbe
system and impart vigor nnd energy to the
body, which is always followed by a good
appetite, sound nnd refreshing sleep, and »
high flow of spirits.
For the Cure of Droptty.
The efficacy of Holloway'a Pills in Dropny
is extraordinary. They act wilh such a peculiar effect upon Ihe syslcin, that tho fluidc
causing th'n direlul complaint, arc porceptihl
curried off and prevented from any further
accumu'ntinn. Tho sutleier regains a buoy-
aucy uf spirits and rejoices in a completely
renovated constitution. It la indispensably
necessary thnt the Ointment should bo most
elfectunlly rubbed into tho complaining partfl
durii.g the whole course of treatment.
Children and their Allmente.
In no country in the world are more children
carried to nn early grave thun in Great Britain.
Coughs, Measles, Scarlatina, Fevers, and other
liseases attack the little sufferers, epd death,
but too often, follows at a rapid pace; yet if
nt the first stage ot tbese complaints, parents
were to have recourse to Holloway's Pilla. all
danger would he avoided _ for tho slomnch
and bowels would oe gently but effectually
cleansed by tbis mild aperient; the depraved
numors correctea ana tne secretions duiy regulated. A perfect cure would "oon be effected, and tho little patient restored to soun^
health.
L. ?. &Co., al«o publish the
FAmi&FttS O-TJXDE
Ry Hknry Ptethhns, rtf Edinbnrgh, find the la.e J. p.
NoitTO.v, n| Yale Collate 2vola. Eoyai Octavo, 1600
piieei, und nuineioin  Engraving!*
Price $7 for the two whines—by Mail, post paid,
J8 CO. jiu 23
Holloway' Fi. 9 ue the best known remedy in th
world fir the following diseases:
Polfl at thc TXubilsliment of Professor Holloway, 2-H
strand, (near Temple Bar,) I- mlon ; als" by all reaped!
able Driipirist.» mid Dealers in Me'iicim* throughout the
civilized world, at Ui* following prices—li. l^.", fl. 0&,
4a. Cd., lh., 22a., and 33h. each box.
Female  Irregular- Pcrnfu'fiorKing t
Itfpi Evil
Fever of all bind* flore Tliroate
Fits stone and Grave
Blntchee    on   thr dout -fccondary Symp-
^kin Head Ache tome
Bowel complaints    Indipentioe Tic-Doloreox
folic* liiii.'immatlon Tamore
Constipation of the Jaundice Ulceri
BowN l.i ver Complaints    Venereal     afTee-.
Constimftion Lumbago ttonn
Debility i'ilea Worms    0 f   »
Dropsy' Rheumatism kinds
Dysentry Kotention ef Urine Wmlcnees     trtrto
Erysipelas whatever cause
kfnt
Astlimn
UilliuuM Complaints
tli
considerable   saving by taking the
*»*   Tliere i
ifpet sizes.
I 'irectious for tin* guidance of patleuti in every dioor
der aro affixed to each box-
PaiNTiD and Published by McClure & Cp.,a*
the office, Langley Street. doming   SrUgrupb.
FRIDAY   liVKSl.Mi,   BBPT. 7,   ISM.
TIIK    aaOfaattmOU    A\l)     Till.
IM »'!.!(     MUMIl.
A   liitle   while  wo,   when the Vancouver   IshinJ   Treasury   was   "mnl '<>
pauli,'1 His Kxeelleiicy (Jovernnr IC-nmily
display*! tint remarkable trait, whieh hat
earned   for   him  so  very nnenfitble   a
reputation   on   Vancouver   Island — we
mean an utter callousness to pablit Mali
nnd public difficulties.    When the IradM
man, the school teacher und tho fire de
partmcut, apjilied (or their respective dues
each and all were told   to   wait until the
taxes hail been paid.    When money commenced to flow into the   Treasury   they
wero however no belter off; for tliecormor-
■tnls of James Buy, watc'iinj? with all the
keenness of biriis of prey, pounced upon
the public funds nnd cleaned out the till.
It was in vain that  the  tradesman went
across day aftci; day—in rati the school
teacher   applied    for    his    well-earned
money—both came too late :  the Treasury wis empty.    A  Governor wilh a desire for the welfare of  tho  colony would,
under  tho   circumstances,    have    taken
especial pains  to  see, that if any difference were   made   between   Government
creditors, that difference should be m:nlo
in favor of the most useful and deserving;
as it was, however, a number   of   useless
clerks, and equally useless lit ads  of dc-
partifteuts, seized on the money as it came
in, and, while others  wero   kept   out   of
back salaries and   bills   months overdue,
got paid   their   full  amounts.     If  His
Excellency, with all his indifference to the
public good, had been even actuated by a
rigid sense of justice, ho wonld have   had
something like an equitable division made
of the money in tlie Treasury, paying all
parties a fair proportion   of   their debts.
Instead of this, however, we had nothing
but   an   unseemly   scramble   in   which
"patient.merit" was, as might havo been
expected, ousted.
Since last Ftiduy we have seen the
same peculiarity iu even a mote glaring
ond moro censurable nmuner stand out—
we have witnessed the most useful departments in the colony cut off from
Government sustenance, and the most
useless retained contrary to law. The
failure of the passage of the Supply Bill,
through the unconstitutional action of the
Upper.House, compels Governor Kennedy
to pay nothing out of tho public treasury
that is not authorized by an act of the
Legislature; and yet in the face of this
constitutional law we find departments still
going on and officials still at their posts,
us if the Supply Bill had passed. Not a
notice has been given these Executive
favorites of the fact lliat His Excellency
cannot pay them ; but to the tradesmen
of the town, to the teachers of the public
schools, lo tho fire department, and to
the officials of the Post Office — to
in fact those whoso services cannot well
be dispensed with, Executive missives
come Bharp and peremptory. Wo have
already published tho coiiununicalion to
the fire department, announcing the in.
ability of tho Executivo to contribute uny
further towards the department's support;
tho following is an extract to tho sume
effect, addressed by the Colonial Secretary
to the Superintendent of Educatiou :
"I am desired by the Governor to notify
you, for your own information, and also for
the information of the Hoard of Education,
and tho different school teachers, that tliere
does not appear nny probability of tho ways
nnd means being nt thc disposal of the Governor to meet the expenditure on account of
cduca:ion, nnd that His Excellency is therefore compelled at once to state that he will
not guarantee the payment of nny further expenditure under that head, whether on account of salaries, rent, or other matters,
beyond tlic 31st of. August instant.
Both the communications wero written
on tho very day the Supply Bill, as the
Council had mangled it, was rejected,
showing a most extraordinary display of
punctuality and attention to the law ; but
ns we have already said, it is only with
the useful public departments such punctuality was employed. The departments
and the officials which the country could
get along very well without were and
havo been kept in blissful ignorance of
any inability on the part of the Governor
to use the ways and means. Tliey aro
not told that His Excellency " will not
guarantee the payment of any further
expenditure"—although if they were they
might with propriety tell His Excellency
that it is not on Governors' guarantees
officials look for pay, but on the action of
the House of Assembly. The idea of a
Governor saying he wont guarantee
pertain expenditure is in keeping with
every other absurdity which has  the pre
sent yeur emanated from the Vancouver
1 lui: I Executive. It is this insane notion ihat a Governor, iu a representative
colony, cun do what he pleases with tbe
public money, that has forced His
Excelleuey into his present very unenviable uud huiiiiiiut:iig position, ami
if appealaince are to be relied tin, 11
actually causing him to set constitutional
law at defiance, l.iku everything else,
however, which the Executive has undertaken it will end iu ils u»n discomfiture.
It wns shrewdly thought that by telling tbe
firo department, the educational department, nnd others, that no money would
be forthcoming for their support, the
public mind would bo worked up und a
reaction would ensue In favor of the
Executive. The thing was so shallow—
the motive so plain—that the parties interested in the scliemo have only succeeded
n bringing (loan upon Iheir heads further
ridicule and further obloquy. The pub'ic
areonly two well awaro of the designs of
the. Executivo, aud they have a closer eye
on its actions than its members believe.
Let Governor Kennedy pay but a single
cent out of ihe pnblic treasury that has
not been authorized by an act of lbe
Legislature, and he will Gud that it is
just as dangerous for rulers to break the
aw as for the ruled.
New A'lv.rtiseitniits.
JSTOXIOE.
MARTIN    BROS.,
IMPORTERS  OP
Grocerib3 and Provisions,
FlUEI'UOOE BUILDING,
LATELY OCCUPIED BT L'BOTSUIB k Oa,
WHAEP
STREET,
se 6
New Advertisements.
J.    SPENCER,
HOUSE AND BHIP      [
PLUMBER,
Gas-fitter and Bell-hanger,
Corner Yates and Government streets-
All hranches of the above business practically done with neatnics and despatch, at
ch.irgut to correspond with the times.
so 6
New Advi niseinents
j. P. DAVIES & 00.
mnwum ei ooiuawMM mkk
(HANTS.       >ulr.l niiiil,      Km pnmf     Muin
llullillng.Whurrstrtrt, near Yatea.
Ca.h Advcneci made on Consignments.
New Advertisements.
UNANIMOUS
NOMINATION!
OF
Deluge Engine Company
FOR
Assistant E n g i n eer,
T. J- BURNER
se 7
First Presbyterian Church
rpilE fUXWiY SCHOOL IN   CON-
A. nection with the First Presbyterian
Church will meet ns usual in tbe ('lunch,
Pandora Street, on SUNDAY AFTERNOON.
se7.
THBAIEE
Photographic Gallery
(UP  STAIRS).
'j HIS GALLERY, I.ONO AND FAVOU-
I nhly known t> Vietorinns anil strangers,
hns facilities in the w;ty of light, materials,
ke., tad the experience of tlie proprietor enables him to furnish CnrteB de Visite, Aiuhro-
lypis, nnd photographic work ol superior
Snllb unequalled by uny other house in town,
nml ut as low i'iiices as otiieii iiTABtlfH-
mi.nts charge for common nnd Inferior
piciurcs—iu fact nt prices to suit iho limes
Cartes de Visite, - - $5 per Doz-
Out door work attended to nt short notice,
and on the molt reasonable terms.
AUCTION
J.P.Diivies& Co.
H'cto\eeks nn fonnissiot jieucimiits.
Salomon. Hrrproof <l<ntr Bolldlnf,
Uhirl M.. iM-.-ti l'ates.
Cash Alliances made on Consignments.
MORTGAGEE SALE.
THURSDAY.
WEDNESDAY
Steamer Cariboo
GEORGE
se 0
ROBINSON,
Proprietor.
Queen Charlotte Coal Mining Co.
(LIMITED.)
Notice   cf  Assessment.
AT A MEETING OF DIRECTORS OF THE
above Company held this day the following resolution was passed :—
" That nu Assessment of Sixpence sterling
per Share on A shares be now made, payable
to the .Secretary at the office of the Company,
on or before the 28th inst., between the hours
of 11 A. It. und 2 P.M. daily."
J. S. WILMS,
Corner Brond and Trounce sts. 1   .,       ,
September Gib, 1608.        } fal!Cr0,arr-
se 7-td
For Sale Ex Camden,
ALICE   BROWN'S
FANCY   TWIST
SMOKING TOBACCO
JUST RECEIVED AT
A.   F.   KEYSEB'S,
Together wilh some fine
HAVANA. CIGARS DIRECT.
Also on band
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 examino.
se 5-lm
Hosteller, Cocker, und Angoslura^Bittert,
Oregon Cider In bbls, and ca-es,
Claret In casks, half-casks and cases,
fiautcrne and California While Wine,
French tlcohol 00 «,l\,
i:n:r. < liquid, Jlnmm and   Bollrngrr Cham-
pacue,
And In  More an  assortment of  llramlv
and Liquors suitable l'ur Ihe Trade,'
«ffir Depot of Havana Cigars.
Mrs.   Hein
JrEEPS   CONSTANTLY ON  HAND  THK
k.   latest fashions in
Prices to  Suit the Times,
GOVERNMENT    STREET
Between Fort and Broiighlon. se 5
Wc arc instructed by
MR. NATHAN SOLOMON
TO SFXL TUB
Balance of hi3 Stock
AT    SALESROOM
WHAB.F STREET,
Wednesday, Sept. 12,
AT 11   O'CLOCK, A. M.,
cois^Fitisiisra':
Coats, Vests and Pants
Undershirts and Drawers
Neck Ties, Socks, Gloves
Carpet Bags, Hats and Caps
Children's Clothing, etc., etc
Blue,  White,   Green,  Red   nnd   Grey
Blankets
WARM WEATHER!
ICEl   ICE!   ICE!
*     LUXURY  WITHIN THE  REACH   OF
/\ all, supplied by
\LEX.    FHJXJJUPI9,
FORT STREET,
To sny nothing nbout Ginger Beer, Lemonade,
or Soda Waler with it.
(gy The way to keep cool. BO 3
se G
EUCIENE THOMAS,
Yates street.
J.  NAGLE,
Shipping Iil> stcr and Commission
Agent.
pREWS SUPPLIED AT TIIE SHORTEST
v^ Notice—Goods entered nnd cleared at
tbe Custom House; Manifests, Charter Parties,
and Bi Is of Sale made out. Vessels bought
or sold.
tm* Several small Vessels for sale or
charter.
Office—Bastion street, near tho Police
Barracks. aul7
se 4
J. P. DAVIES, A CO.,
Auctioneers.
Ht,
Ann's
NOTICE !        NOTICE ! I
1.1R0M THIS DATE THE UNDERSIGNED
1? has concluded to reduce his price ONE-
HALF ; and hereafter the
FINEST WINES AND LIQUORS,
ALE,   BEEU,  &c, &c,
Will be served at tho
"METROPOLITAN"
At TWELVE AND A HALF CENTS
per sample.
The pnhlic wi'l please call and sample, nnd
satisfy tlftmselvofl that the very best is to be
had at the above price.
T. J. BURNS,
Metropolitan Saloon, Store street,
au 2fi
LIST OF ARRIVAL^
At the Mount Ararat Hotel during tbe months
of June, July, and August, 1806.
June—His Excellency Governor Kennedy, Mr
William A G Vuuug, Mr. llciij W
Pearse.
July—Messrs Jns Wilcox, F Dnpray, Jas Reed
Mncndnm, John Dand, Louis Philpot,
F W Al«ood,J R Ford, E 8 Hatch, Sir
Jns Douglas, D Fraser, E 8 Whitting-
hnm.
August—II E Seelye, W E Stronach, J
Rnberison Stewart, Tbos Lett 8tal—
schinidi, Robt Burnaby; John Nicholson, St M Titus, F W Green, Benj W
Pearse, Acting Surveyor General, R
Homfrny, II 0 Ticdeuinnn ; James Mc-
Cutchnn; Wm Denny, Wm Wilson,
Joseph Hilton, It D and J; Kenneth Mc-
Kenzie, .Tr, Wm B McKenzie, David B
Blair, Chas Redfern, Chas Kent.
so 4-lm
CONVENT SCHOOL
ic-E-oPEnsrs
Monday, Sept. 3, 1866.
ke 3
Alhambra
BILLIARD SALOON.
CORNER (OVI.ltVJIKVr ASD Y.UES SI'S.
TJP-STAIRS.
Thursday,   Sept.   13,
We arcjnst'Bctcd l>y the Mortgagee to sell
At  Salesroom,
WHAUF STREET,
AT 12 O'CLOCK, XOON,
SIXTY
SIX I V-KH iiTIB    PART*
 Of  THE—
SIDEvWHEEL STEAMER
CAR IB O Oa,
As she now lies off
DOUGAL'S   FOUNDRY,
Together  with all the Machinery, Rigging] &c., on
Board :
I>IMEIV»lOTVS s
Length 125 feet, more or less; breadth
of beam 22 feet, more or less ; depth
of hold, from touiiuge deck, 6 feet ;
tonnage under tonnugo deck 75 Ions.
The steamer has recently been thoroughly overhauled and repaired.
For further particulars apply to
JOHN GLASSEY,
< iHirer in possession,
Or to   ROBERT BISHOP,
Solicitor to Mortgagee.
J. P. Davies
au31
&  Co.,
Auctioneers.
Entrance on Yates Street.
se 3-lm
THE FIOZSTEEE,
ICE CREAM,
—FROM TIIE-
PACIFIC TELEGRAPH HOTEL,
IS AGAIN IN THE FIELD.
WILLIAM   LYONiS,
sniFP'iisro
— AND—
Commission      Agent,
On the Corner of
Wharf and Johnson Streets.
so 3-2m
'T1IIE PROPRIETOR IS PREPARED TO
X supply, as usual, his customers, parties,
balls, etc., nt moderate rates.
PACIFIC TELEGRAPH HOTEL,
se j Store street.
Everett's Exchange,
STORE   STREET,   V. I.
'THE PROPRIETOR RESPECTFULLY 1N-
1 forms his friends and the public tbat lie
lias opened his old stand in Store street, where
be will keep as before the finest quality of
WINES, LIQUORS, and CIGARS.
Come and see.
so 3-lm       PAT. EVERETT, Proprietor,
IIAVANACIGAR&
LEWIK &   ANTHOHY,
TOBACCONISTS.
47 Yates St., Brick Store
Next to Corner of Government St.,
BEG TO INFORM THEIR FRIENDS AND
tne public in general  that tbey will constantly receive  by every  steamer a good  as-
sortmentot Genuine Havana Cigars
and the iivsi  llranilt* of Tobacco,
imported direct for this market, so that they
nre able to compete with any lirnse oa this
Island, either Wholesale or Retail.
N.   B'—Special   attention will bo paid  to
Countrv orders.
IIE1MAN LEWIN.     |     LOUIS ANTHONY,
so 2
A. & W. WILSON,
House and Ship Plumbers
GASFITTERS,
BELL-HANGERS & TINSMITHS
FORT   STREET,
All orders promptly attended to
>v 2 <£bcinng    (Lclcgniplj.
KP.II'AY   EVKNINti,   SKI'T.   7,   186'1.
COMMERCIAL
MED.
In this  city, at the   Royal   Rwpltsl, B«pt.
7th,   1 "<••>, nf dropsr,   li.uiiil   Tllomu,   aged
r,:* iears, a native ol taatu, Bnglaod.
l>AM!>KN<.KH«.
Per schr PREMIER from Hon dull-Mr and
Mrs Meyers and child, Capt McKlABM,
conaioatatta.
Per schr PREMIER from Honolulu -II 11
Co, Dickson, Campbell \ Co, J It Stewart
Per sebr CROSI1Y, from Honolulu—.Union,
Grecu k Rhodes, J Wilkie k Co
IMPORTS.
Per schr PR I'. Ml BR from  Honolulu—1315
kgs sugar, I'll   bbls molallM, 21 kgs   syrup,
107 cs Old Tom
Per schr OROSMV from Honolulu—889 kgs
sugar, 1211 bbls molaMM, H cs printH, '21 cks
spirits, 11 bskts do.    Value, $rt,K:;i;   II
mui'iM.Mu imh;i,i,ii;k»ck.
PORT UK VICTORIA.  VANCOUVKIl   ISLAM1.
MflllDi
Sept 7—Schr Premier, Loudon, Honolulu
Befar Oodiisb, liiown, Barclay .Sound
Schr A Crosby, Perkins, Honolulu
ci.kaiieii.
Sept  7—Stmr  Alexandra,  Swanson,  New
Westminster
TttAim av tiik Saniiwicii IlLABDI.—The
Financo Minister in the Sandwich lilandl
House of Assembly recently gave a report of
txporis nud imports for the current quarter,
by which it appeared that the total value of
exports was $520,7110, the amount lor the corresponding quarter being (488,151, Tlie exports nnd imports for tho first half-year of
18GG "8 compared with tbo corresponding
jieriod of 1865 showed a large increase. Tiie
whole value of exports for the first half-year
of 1860 wns $872,887 67, nnd lor tlio corresponding period in 1685 was $773,148 88, allowing au increase of (9ft,844 70. Tho gross
■imports for tho past half-year of 1866 were
■§1,003,2:16 97; corresponding period 1865,
$693,110 41. Increase 1888, $310,128 58. A
large porlion of tbo increase in imports was
from whalemen's stores landed in bond." The
imports of specie in tbo first half-year, 1886,
exceeded the amount for the corresponding
period in 1865, $88,335. Tlie cash receipts
lor the first half-year, 1866, i xceeded those of
the corresponding period in 1865 by $10,506.
Comox.—Harvesting operations nt this
settlement have just commenced, and the
yield is fnr better than that of former seasons,
proving that thc soil of Com.>x only requires
cultivating to give its increase accordingly.
Tbo onts in particular nre a heavy crop. Sir.
Stewart, the Victoria brewer, bad been up
trying to purchase barley for brewing purposes, and had spoken highly of its quality.
Thc Surveyor General had also visited Comox,
for the purpose of laying out road.*, and bad
given general satisfaction to the settlers in
respect to his plans for so doing, thereby
smoothing down the little asperities occasioned by former road disputes. Captniu
Nngle and Sir. Wallace bad beeu up trying to
negotiate ahout the opining of an agency in
Victoria for tho sale of Comox produce on
commission.—Xannimo Gaeclte.
Kanaka Lkoislatous.—Murk Twain, tho
well-known correspondent of the Sacramento
Union, writes thus from Honolulu about the
native members of the Legislature:—Among
tho Commons in this Legislature are a number of Kanakas, with slyewd, intelligent
faces, and a "gift of tho gab" that is appal-
ing. Tho Nobles aro able, educated, fine-
looking men, who do n't talk often, but
when they do they generally say something —
a remark which will not apply to all their
wh'te associates in tlie same house. Ill wire
uot aslmmed to digress so oficn I would like
to cxpaliatu a little upon tho noticeable fact
that tho nobility uf this land, ns a general
thing, aro distinguishable from Ibe common
herd by their largo slaturo and coiuiiiuniliiig
presenco, and also set forth tho theorlM iu
vogue for accounting for it, but for tho
present I will pass tlio subject by.
Tim Deskrters—The threo mon who hnve
boon so long in confinement as deserters from
the ship Slohawk were to-dny ordered to be
given up to tbe captain, who appeared in
Court, nnd tbe expenses of their arrest to be
paid by the captain and deducted from their
wages.
TELEGRAPHIC
BMsn,
rnii.MMi.i Mia, Siqit. 4-Ihe BoaUwra
Union   Conveutioii   met  nt   1)  o'clock.
I'cMiiinit'ee   nu   credential*-   reported  tlic
i.ii .ii 1 .••! cf MagUtM pnminl ni follows :—
Teiu,   IS:   LooWwn,  1« ; Tew
111 ; Yirguna. -.1 ■ QfOTgiu, ^; Al iluiini,
It ; Kentucky, 1$ ; Mi- ssi|q,i, 4 ; Mis-
mwi,$0: Ark*8uu.2; North Carolina,
7 ; Maryland, 8; District of Colombia,
27 ; total, 392. Corotnitteu on permanent organisation reported «• Attorney
(ii'iier.,1 Speed, of Kentucky, u President
With ll tii-u l'ri-biiiciit from inch Slate.
CltlCiOO, Sept. .">—Ib-spiuclics from
Detroit My Ilu-' 'limit  tnd FUTUffMt are
ii) that ciiy, liavinir loft the Presidential
party iu L'lurelsnd,   Tbey took steamer
Inst night   Slid   srrifed   ill   Detroit   lilis
forenoon    Tlio Prtsidfiit msds n sprwih
from the balcony ')f the Kiiiimpl House,
Cleveland, lilt night, daring the delivery
of wlicli n ruiiiarlviiiilc scene took place.
A crowd Interrupted him by hooting ami
Shouting, nml, in duo in-tiiiicc, by calling
the President " traitor." Tbt friends of
the President replied to the numerous
hisses with cheers, und when ho had finished bis speech, be was saluted with lonil
and continued plaudits.
A I'nr's letter writ»r says: The Km
prens 1'arloiiii baving been successful ill
bet visit to Napoleon, lum beeu advised
In visit tho United Slutes for the purpose
of bringing her great diplomatic talent lo
bear nt Washington.
ObioaOO, Sept. 5—The President nrrived at Detroit Inst svtolng, where lirant
joined the party, which will bout Chicago
this evening.
Nkw Yoiik, Sept. 4—The following
despatch wus received lodav, und is believed tn he the first instance in which
u despatch hns been sent from mid ocean
to Kiiropo, tlienco to America iu tbo same
day :
On hoard steamship Great Eastern,)
Atlantic Ocean, Sept. 1.    )
To D. II. Craig, General Agent Associated Press, Now York :—Just received
telegrams from London saying tbat there
nro serious outbreaks in Canada, Please
ndvisc me accurately by cable via Heart's
Content und Valentin in regard to same,
We expect to nrrive nt Heart's Content
on Saturduy next All is going well.
Cvms W. FiEi.n,
[Mr. Field has heard of the revolt in
Can11 in, uinl hnd confounded the name
with that of Canada.]
European.
BtitMH, Sept. 4—Count Blunark has
refused to receive a deputation from
North Schleswig, who desired to present
a petition for the restoration of their
Government to Denmark.
Tho armistice between Snxony nnd
Prussia has expired by limitation. Pence
is yet unsettled between these two powers;
hostilities may possibly occur.
The Prussian Chamber of Deputies
passed a Government indemnity bill hy a
largo majority.
Vikxna, Sept. 3.—Affairs in Snxony
hnve resumed u warlike aspect. Suxou
troops have been withdrawn from the
Hungarian frontiers, and tlio urmy is
being provisioned. A treaty of pence
with Prussia binds Austria not to interfere. South German journals charge
Austria with u breach of treaty wiih
Havnria in making a separate treaty with
Prussia.
Lonuon, Sept. 5.—The report of Ihe
Atlantic Cable Company shows receipts
frmn mes*ngcs to ho at tho ruto of
£0(10,000 por annum.
London, Sept. f>—Evening—'Ihe first
official conference for the establishment
of ppace  between  Austria and Italy  was
From Hawaii—Tho schooner Premier nrrived from Honolulu yesterday evening with
a cargo of Island produce. We arc indebted
to Capt. Loudon for files of S. I. papers. The
schooner A. Crosby also arrived from Honolulu this morning with a cargo of sugar,
molasses, kc
LtcKNStsa Court.—Tho application of B.
Sloman for a license for Curroll's Saloon was
approved of by the magistrates this morning,
.lohnson, of the Mount Ararat Hotel, Leech
river, and Tillam, of the Hush Tavern, obtained permission to sell for a mouth.
Victorians is HoNonULu-SIr. Horace Smith
formerly Police Superintendent in Victoria is
now keeping a first class restaurant in Honolulu, and doing woll. Ex-Sergeant Make
Was about to start a boarding house in the
ssino city.
Outsidk—The ship Mohawk arrived in the
lloads last evening from Ulsalady with 400
M lumber for Callao. Messrs. J. k St. Thain
and Miss Thain came over as passengers.
white" (half whit*and half Kanaka) who
translated mid clattered it olT in Kanaka
with n ratability that Was ca'euluii-d lo
muk" a iUht tuolmn man like cue distressingly tereont.
Dill Rtgsdsll slniuD up in front of the
is pulpit with his back Kguiiist it.
and fastens his quick blink eve upon uny
member who rises, lets him say iulf u
data sentences and then interrupts him,
and repeat Ut -perch ill a hind, rapid
voice, turning every kuinka S|M'eeli nilo
I'l.l-li and every English speech into
Kanaka, irlih a readiusti nnd felicity ol
language tbat sit remarkabls—traits for
another installment of talk front the member's lips und goes on with his translation
1- htfott, His tongue is in ronilant
motion from 11 in Ihe forenoon lill four in
'be afternoon, and why it docs not  wear
out is the nff.iir of Profldeoet,  not n •
'ilu re is a hpice of deviltry iu the fellow's
nature, nml it crops out every now uud
ihen when he is translating thu ppttchts
of slow old Kanakas wbo do mil Understand English.     Without departing   fioin
tbe spirit of a member's remarks, lit will,
with iippiiient nncontciousness, drop iu a
little voluntary contribution occasionally
iu the way of a word or two that will
make the gravest speech utterly ridicul us
lie is careful not to venture upon such
experiments, though, with the remarks of
persons able to detect him. I noticed
when he translated for His Excellency
David Kslsksna, who is nn accomplished
English scholar, bt asked, " Did I translate you correcily, your Excellency?' or
something lo that effect. The rascal!
Mark Twain.
New  Advertisements.
held at Vienna on Se
     ept. 3.    The draft of
some of the articles of tho treaty was
signed and arrangements for Ihe transfer
of Veuetia, hy Austria mid Franco to
Italy, and for the evacuation of the
Quadrilateral by Austria, are in progress.
Southampton, Sept. 6. — Steamship
Borouia, from Hamburg, sailed to-day
for New' York. She has i! 11,000 sterling
and 2,50(1,000 francs in specio ou American account,
Steamship Saxony, from New York,
arrived to-day und sailed for Hamburg.
Darmstadt has complied with tht dt.
mniiil of Prussia nnd will pay the Utter
three millions of florins, besides ceding to
Prussia some of her territory.
ATHENS, Greece, Sept. 5—Hopes tire
expressed that the pacification of the revolt iu Cni dia will soon he accomplished.
Fi.okf.nue, Sept. 5—Prior to tho signing of the treaty of peace, Daly will dismiss 120,000 soldiers.
A Kanaka Legislature.
Aliirk Twain, the correspondent of Ihe
Sacramento Union, gives the following
racy sketch of tho mode of procedure in
thc Hawaiian Legislature :
At 11 a.m. His Royal Highness* tho
President called thc House to order. The
roll-call was dispensed with for Borne
reason or other, and the chaplain, a venerable looking white mnn, offered np a
prayer in the native tongue ; and 1 must
say that this curious language, with its
numerous vowels nnd its entire absence of
hissing sounds, fell very s iftly nnd musically from his lips, A white Chief Clerk
read the Journal of the preceding day's
proceedings in English, nud then handed
the document to Bill  Kagsdale, a ''half
PlBIUSl'l NoMi.SATioss—The Deluge Begins Co. last night unnuimously nominated
Mr. J. S. Drummond fur re-eleclion as Chief
Engineer of the Fire Department, and Sir. T.
J. Humes as Assistant Engineer. .Messrs.
DlXOB, .Marvin, nnd Uoldon were re-elected
d< legates from the COmpSUJ,
Special XotlccN.
Sin. Ziin beps to announce to tbe iniiabit.
ants ol Victoria that he ha- lately received a
large us-mrtnient of Children's Carriages and
Ohalrs, Kislnng baskets and Fishing Canes,
tnd a large quantity of Market and Trtve ling
, China Vases, Faury Goods and Toys,
all et whieh have to he Bold on or heioro
Psbrusry next at greatly reduced prices
Goods sold at wholesale for cost prices.     *
KlHOTit,—Slessrs. Solomon Bros, havo removed to tho two-story brick building on
Government street, opposite the St, Nicholas
Hotel. They have received, ex ship Slohawk,
from London, a fine assortment of men's
clothing and underclothing, which tbey will
sell lower thau any house iu town. Give them
a ^^^|
/« tin-  Court of Bankruptcy of a,,
Colon*/ of ratteouty i /
fiatnrdiy. the 1st.'.-.y ol :Sept., AD   IBM.
1TTHBREA8, A I'KTITIu:; Knit Aiuriu-
\»   cation at Btakrapicy,bearing U
31st d>y of Angus' inst., has been   duly   Hi i
by I'ali.- Carter, of K<»rt   -tm-t, in the CllJ "I
Vnl'iiii   i • ll.-i :,i of J,'1  ,   ii',.|    he   haling
beet declared s bankrupt, li hereby n
to Mineiebr himself i"  Ilu Honor  Jo*efA
Needham, Chief Jtetlee of tbe Rnpremi '
"1 I'.iiik; nj 1' v ifore »i !        ti     1. ■
Uih 0-iy ol '» plereb r next,   nl   II  o'clock In
ihe loreaooo, pr* Iselj , al  the Court   '
Jiniif-H  hav,   Victoria,   nud nshe a full die-
COI' : v and disclosure ol \:\, FlUteand I (!'■ • I ■
wlien nu,I wlo-le the  irclilors   are    to    come
pren in d to provs thelf debt*, nnd at i1
iiiiiiug to ehontt a^tlgness and oomatoet the
i .vauiMia'ii'ii of the Bankrupt, snd ut the last
■HUng tbs Bankrupt Is to Bnisb hU I
aiiiinalion.
All persons Indebttd to t»ie said Haukrupt,
or who ha\e any of bis elb-ets, are uot tu pay
the SHQie but to Sir. W. It. II. Adam ion of
liuvc ruiui nt street, the ti|li<::al Assignee an*
pointed, and give noiice to
JOHN COPLAND,
Solicitor, Iiustiou streel, Victoiia.
bo '.'-Id
The "Grotto,"
OPPOSITE THK TKLKUHAPII Ol'FICK.
For ft plass  of choice  liquor go  to the
" (jrotto,"
There "none hkt the best'* yon  will
find is the motto.
Mint Julep?, Sherry Cobblers—everything
cooling ;
Come ye that do thirst, you will find its
no fouling.
bc 2
AlhuYBRB'i (si.oves—Messrs. .T.H. Turner
k Oo.s London Housf-, have receivcfi tO-dftjr,
ti3" Kxprcsa from Puria, a full Assortment of
Aiexandrt'i famous kid gloves, for which
th'-y jire thc sole agents in Vancouver Island
and British Columbia, ^^^|
Mu. Dinnv Palmkii requests that orders for
teaching, playing and tuning I'iaiofortes, and
for instruction in Sinpinp, may be left wiih
Messrs. Hibbta k Carswell, Stationers and
Booksellers, Government street, or at his residence, near the lop of Fort Btreet. *
Mn. Fkkkmax requests us to state that he
la about to remove his Variety store from
WftddlngtOH Alley and corner of Government
mil Cormorant streets to the large store on
Jo'-nson street kuown as the " Queen
Saloou.1' #
Aitimn Fashions. — Dress goods for
autumn, and hats lor the autuim season, of
the lutot style, with feathers to match, have
just been rscsivad at tbe London Henst,
(jovernment street, in 40 days from  London.
Hih.loway'h   Ouitmint  ami Pi!.!«.—a   Word   "f
Pi«mlH''.—-All miiTeri'M frum H0TM| iilcoro, leoftmtifl
iitT-'c km*fcnd ik ii di-vias ■« mty cmitl'unlly cnmini'iin*
ill" irt u'Mii'iit iifthiM- -'V r.i! hil|rmitio* Witik thSif
bft-Ulsg KTid r'eiiisiiig nmodU* L'ntter null'iway'b
writ trli't in* •Hmmf nu the wont 6tMI will nmn re-
miU I BHIT8 kindly Mpcj-I, nnd in the process of tlie
Btttt tli« ailli' l"J will neither be ttubUTUitd by ilifll
Dor "llnhrirtetiH-by failurei. A IHOtptWiVtr-
mi tt ■»' ! niii'lri iv itUOtlen tn Un* "(lirrctioiiKf'ir il«c"
t'tiv-l"|i.iu- ta.'h ptttXxtl <>f (liiitmftit mnl PllM, will
• n.ililc tviry Invalid to flail himfcK, mid lo loodtttl
bl> MnplfttQl to t OftMNlftll l»rat | »»■• tie mty it-el
MHOrtd tliiit b>    fullhuiiK   ill l   (.iinpl-   bnl  se'ir^hinf
trnttra ml hi-* *-kin win t»i imulit ■outni, tavviftm Miir.-niif
■pxred, uinl henltb rMtOftdt
TnRl'i:nrm*HntiK.\n—IVhut DavII1  VwmttaM 1'ai.s
K11.LKH —The  OtVUttt K*n.lly   HodfcUM <K ilip \gt-~
Taken InttrnUji 1 ouroi unUlfn w 4*, '•tuijjh , tu\,
weak •toniiicii, ftoottl dobUitfi norwrj vn month]
ranker, liv«-r roinlilniiil, dyipspetn or hi,lii:i'»lion,
crunip anl pain hi tlie (.tomach, bewol notnpliln^
painterB1 colic, Avtntia obolort, dttrrhai. and dyson*
tery. Ari'l.iH' um&XAUT, cttre* hlom, Imiti antl old
•OIU| KfveTc burns and nca'dn, cuts, brnisci and
sprain*, swelled jf>inti, ringworm and letter, brokfii
br«^U, froetod tttX llld chilblains, touthnche, pain in
the face, n.-uiaicia and rlOTUBtUfflB. It is a sure
remedy for AgQt an<l Chills and IVyer.
CHAS, F, BARNARD, M.D.,
SURGICAL k MECHANICAL
Fort street, one iloor east, of Government,
Victoria, V.I.
Pr. B. horrliy tcmlcrs his grateful ncknow-
ledgmeDtt to tlio citizens of Victoria tot Iheir
libsrtl pstronage tlms fur, and hopes by gen-
tlemauly conduct and strict application to
business to merit a further continuance ot
favors. .
When desired will visit parties profi
ally at their residences'.    All branches of the
profession intended to.   Terms reasonable.—
Otlicc hours from S a.m. lo 5J p.m.
au23 lm*
Jesse Cowper,
Wholesule and Retail Dealer in
BOOTS AND SHOES,
LEATHER,
—AND—
SHOE    FINDINGS,
"STATES    STREET,
OPPOSITE WELLS, FARGO & C»
At tlie old stand of Webster k Co., is
prepared to supply the wants of llio
public in liis line.
The Latest Stvles
Received by every arrival from EnglacC
and Sun Francisco. be U
ARRIVAL OF ANOTHER CARGO FROM
Virginia & Cuba,
VIA 'ASriNWAlX,
Of Ihe Host   Celebrated Brandt of
TOBACCO   &   SEGARS
EVEK IMPORTED
Samples can be  had  at the « IDELPfll,"
corner Vales and Goverunieiil streets.
Arrival of a few more Plants
by the "California."
JJS" Office of C. F. Green's Victoria
and Esquimalt Express.
T. MSPBBLLi
so 2 APKI.PIII SBflAR STnRK.
CARRIAGE  PAINTING
IN ALL ITS BRANCHES,
Yates Street,
Between Deluge Engine House
and the International Hotel.
Work   solicited,  and   done   on   the most
reasonable terms by
W. M. KEOHAN.
se 2-1m
SDorborg & Bueff,
COMMISSION   MERCHANTS,
Importers and Wholesale Dealers in
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS,
Boots ;iinl {Shoes,
Wrharf street, Victorin, V. i. se 'i
MK.   W».  WH.-' iWKft
-..j tha
nti. II. Turui-r k   Co.   daring   uiy
3.1; n :• i'i:.
\. • .■:■. A     wt 91  IM6.
EEMOVAL.
Di!. 1'u u-1:1.1. i:as BBMOYBO hih
Rargerv and  Iteiidence to ttiecotnatat
iiiiri;i.\s '.<.■,■!>  BKOrunTOK   BTBKETfl
' n- 1.r I
Hi 1 11 .. II .1 u -I A. ".   lo   II   M.,  »nd   8
p. 11: to Ii: P. .'•:.
(Ugait 23. nu 30
The Colonial Market.
JOHNSON   STREET,
(^urrOSlTE       ORIBNTAIi     Al.I.KY,")
Will be re-opened on
Saturday,    August     4tli.
Tho market will he constantly supplied
with the best quality of articles required for
the family table. Fresh supplies received
daily.
so 1 N. V. LANGE.
iiE"03?Eisrinsra-
EUREKA CONCERT ROOM
l.VDEK THK IUMUBR OF 3IRS. ((HttLR*.
'I'lllS MUST I'AVIilli'ii: AKD FA.S1IIOX-
■*■ ii'il.' pli.cf of unuMtoent baTtog been
entiri'ly re-decunttcd will reopen This Evening in :■ n'cloek. Mr. Ned Reed, the furious
llnnjo Player •■'.'ill bi in attendaoee to amuse
rllltOTI with liis min.-lrel Bon|re. At the Unr
the best of can  Llquon and  Havana L'igari
will be dlflponnd.
Opts every   Evening at  9 o'clock, mlmission
free. au',14
LUMBER
ALABQH   A88ORTMWT  OF  ROUGH
and drcsseil for >-oh- clienp,
J. BOBERTBOH HTBWABT.
Victoria, V. I., 20lh August, I860. nu 2%
EVENING TELEGRAPH
GENERAL
Job   Printing
BSTADLimiltlEniX
Langley Street, Victoria,
The  Printing    Office
EVENING
Office is replete with every applianoe
and variety of Material for the
Execution of
LETTER PRESS  PRINTING!
Iu nil its brunches, whether
Plain or Ornamental
THE OFFICE AIMS at securing
such speedy Execution of orders al il
consistent with correct and elegant Work-
mnuship.
Orders received for Printing
Books, Business Cards,
Pamphlets Invoices,
Catalogues Bill Heads,
Sermons, Trade Forma,
Reports Circulars, (PWin
Rentals, Coloured,)
Leases, Hand   Bills. (Plain or
Law Forms of every        Coloured,)
description,           ,
Por Prices,   apply   at the  Office.
Langley street. Miscellaneous.
Pu'isi'ii"ROi'B.—It is now just aliout
two hundred years hum pbttpharol wa*
fimt obt .iiiod liy Brood, of Iluni'iur^.   So
wonderf.il rti tbe dUoOferj Am <ou.
sidered,iliat Kraft,Mcmiottul ph laaopberj
of the d«y, gate Braud " WW sum of
money for the secret of ita pnparatioa.
Kraft then travelled, aad Waited Marl;
all the courts ol Europe, ezbiblUag pbot-
pliorus to kings aud uoblaa. la appearance phosiilionis reseaibles beeswax ; but
It is more trooaparont, aaaroaebing tbe
color of amber. Its nniue, which is derived from tba Greek, sonifies 'light'
bearer,' and is Indicative of i's most
diatingalsbiug quality, being self luminous.
Phosphorous, when exposed lo the uir,
shines like aster, giriag out u beaatifal
lambent, grcenibh light, Il dissolvis in
warm sweet oil. If thi. phosphorised oil
be rubbed over the face in the dark, the
features assume a ghafilly appearance and
the experimentalist looks like u veritable
living will o'-the wisp. The or giu of
phosphorous is thu most singular fuel
concerning it. Every oilier substance
with which we ure acquainted can be
traced to either earth or air, hut phosphorus seems to be of auimal origin. Uf
all uiiiiiiiils man contains the most ; and
of the various parts of the body, tbe brain
yields, by analysis, more plio-plmniiis
than any other. This fact is of no little
moment, Erery thought has, perhaps,
u phosphoric source, It is certain tlmt
the most intellectual beings contain the
most phosphorous.
A Juuvti.LE Professor—The new
Professor of Teratology in the Jngville
Thauinaturgic and Auto eulogistic College, when about lately to tuke a walk in
the fields, borrowed a stick from the
Professor of Hippoanndfllology, and said,
'Kcsolved to perombolote thoso gramin-
iferous enclosures, und supported by tliis
ligneous Miliary, I make uu exodus from
my domicile, in diliiinee of multifarious
adversaries, anserine and sisiiiinp, niiiscu-
line nnd femlnluo, equina and porcine,
canine and feline, ursine and vulpine, serpentine anil murine, ovine and bovine.'
The remaining members of the Jugvdlc
faculty, convinced by this and other
proofs that their colh ague was n mnn of
rare abilities, conferred forthwith on the
learned teratoloirist thu degree of A. P,
{Asinorum Prinotpt), that being Ilie
highest acudeniienl honour whicn their
charter allows them to grant.
A Clerical Epibodh—In a church in
one of the southern counties of Scotland,
a minister from a distance happened one
■day lately to preach. A short time before the sermon was concluded a dog,
which hnd previously been quiet, began
to make a noise. In ordor to get the
animal ejected, tho minister leaned ovw
the pulpit, which was tot very bigb, and
jiulled tbo hair of ono of the deueons,
■who wns sitting in the immediate vicinity.
But our worthy officebearer was iu thu
act of indulging in a comfortable nap,
and therefore not easily roused. Tug
followed tug until apparently tho whole
scalp was lifted up liy the minister's hand.
Alas I the poor man wore a wig ! The
unlucky, and, for the timo, unseemly appendage was replaced amid the ill-sup.,
pressed titterings of tho congregation,
and the almost disturbed gravity of the
minister himself.
Kino James I. in Lancashire-On
the way from Preston his attention wag
attracted by a huge boulder stone which
lay in tho roadside, and was still in ex.,
istence not a century ago. "Omysaul
(criecThe), that meikle staue would build
a braw chopping block for my Lord Provost. Stop ; there bo letters thereon ;
unto what purport ?'' Several voices recited the inscription :—
" Turn me o'er and I'll Iti thee plane."
''Then, turn it ower," said the monarch;
and a long nnd laborious toil   brought lo
light  the  following satisfactory  intelligence :—
" Hot porritch makes hard cake soft, so tome,
me o'er again."
" My tsaul (slid tho king) ye shall gang
roup to your place again ; these country
gooks mauoa ken tho riddle without the
labor."
How   Advert isi.'iuente.
NOTICE !        NOTICE !!
I.1BOH Till 9 DATS Tin: raOIBSIOVBD
bu eoncladrd to reduce his price Ott
HAI.K ; and hereafter the
FIKST WINES AND LIQUORS,
ALB,   iiEKK, &c, Jn,
Will be served at the
"METROPOLITAN"
Afiui:;.vi: and a half OUTS
per .-ample.
Tli" pnlilie ivi'l pleUl 'ill and sample, tad
Mtltiy iln inselveu that  tho  very best is to be
It.i 1 ;il tin1 above pri'e.
T. J. BURRS,
Metropolitan Suloou, Store ttreet.
mi 21
NOTICE.
In tlie Supreme Court of Civil Justice
Vancouver Island.
IIT   BAJSTICRTTI'TCr^',
Friday tho 24th day of August, A.I). 18(10.
-lyilKRKAS A PETITION FOR ADJUnf-
VV eution of Hiiukriiptcy, hearing date tbe
'Jlili day of Attgliet instant, has heen du y
filed by Charles Depoud, of Cadboro Hay
[!"u i, Victoria Distriet, farmer, and behaving
been deeiared a Bankrupt, is hereby reQulred
to surreuder himself to His Il'iunr Joseph
.N'-'-ham, Chief Justice of the Supreme
Court of Civil Justice of Vancouver Island,
aforesaid, on Wednesday, the 5lh dny of
September next, at 11 o'clock in the forenoon.
precisely, Rt the Court House, James Hay,
Victoria, and make a full di-covery and disclosure of bll c.-lute und ■fffectt, when and
where the creditor! arc to come prepared lo
prove their debts and at the first sitting to
choose Assignees and commence tiie examination of Ilie Haukrupt, and at tho last sitting
ibe Bankrupt is to fini.-li bis laul examination
All periOOl Indebted to the said Hunkrup t
or who bare auy of bis effects, are not to pay
or deliver tho same but to David Lindsay, of
(ioverniu''nt sireet, the Official Assignee appointed, and give notice to
ROBERT BISHOP, Solicitor,
au2G Hubtion ."Street, Victoria.
A Saw AND Grand Epoch in MsniciNit I—
Dr. Maggiel is Ihe foundu ol a now Medical
system. The qnantitarians, whose vast internal doses enfeeble the stomach and paralyze
tbe bowels, must give precedence to the man
Wbo restores health and appetite, with from
one to two of his extraordinary Pills, and
cares the most virulent sores wiih a box or so
ol Ma wonderful and all healing Salve. These
two great specifics of the Doctors ure fast superseding all the stereotyped nostrums of the
day. Extraordinary cures by Maggiel's Pills
and Salve have opened the eyes of the public
to tbe inefficiency of thc (so called) remedies
of others, and upon which people have so long
blindly depended. Maggiel's Pills aro no ol
the clafs that are swallowed by the dozen, and
of which every box full taken creates nn absolute necessity for another. One or two of
Maggiel's Pills suffices to place the bowels in
perfect order, tone the stomacli, create au appetite, and rei ler tlie spirits light and buoyant I There is no griping, end no reaction ia
the form of constipation. If tlio liver is affected, its functions nre restored; and it tbe
nervous system is feehle, 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 tte disinfectant power of
Maggiel's Salve. In fact, it is liere announced
tbat Maggiel's ESi ions, Dyspeptic
nnd Diarrhea 1'irls cure where all
others fail. Wnile for Burns, Scolds, Chil.
blains, Cuts and all abrasions of ihe skin
MapwIel'H Salvp is Infallible. Sold by
J. Maogiei.. 11 Pine "trcV, Ne<» 'i ,,',, ^nd all
Druggists, atJSctl per box.
Relief  for   the   Afflicted.
TUB INTRODUCTION OF
I3 ferry     Davis'
Vegetable Pain Killer
To the Sufforina; Humanity of this Age
lias relieved more pain, anil caused more
real joy than auy other one thing that can
bo named.
Miscellaneous.
Invaluable   Remedy,
Our first Physicians  use it,  and recommend
its  use;   the  Apothecary finds  it   first
among thc medicines called for, and
tho wholesale Drnggist cotiEiders
it o  leading article  of his
trade.     All tlio dealers
iu medicine speuk
nliko in iis favor; nnd its
reputation as a medicine of great
merit and virtue is fully and permanently established,  and it is the great
Family MediciDo   of  thi Age-
Every Volunteer should havo a bottle, in case
of sudden attacks of Disease.
Taken Internnlly, cures
Sudden Colds, Coughs, &c,
Weak Stomnch,
General Debility,
Nursing Sore Month, Canker,
Liver Complaint,
Dyspepsia or Indigestion,
Oi'iuup nnd pain in tho Stomach,
llnwol Complaint,
I'ainters' Cnlic,
Asiatic Cholera,
Diarhoea and Dysentery.
Tnken externally cures
Felons, Boils, nnd Old Sores,
Severe Burns, and Sculds,
Cuts, Bruises and Sprains,
Swelling of the Joints,
Ringworm and Tetter,
Broken Breasts,
Frosted Feet aud Chilblains,
Toothache,
Pain in the Face,
Jieuralgia ond Rheumatism.
PRIVATE   BOARD.
Board   with  Comfortably
Furnished Bed-room,
Six Dollars per Week.
YATES   ST.,
Next  Door  to  the   Anglo-
American.       *"'-'■''
Chains and Anchors.
TWENTY TONS CHAIN
Short Linked and proved from J to J
AND
ANCHOES,
From 80 to S00 pounds.
For Sale by
PBTBB M'QUADE,
au 'J.'l Wbarf street, Victoria.
Miscellaneous.
:p.aii>t killer,
Taken internally, should be adulterated
wiih milk or water, and sweetened with
sngnr, if desired, or made into a svrup
with molasses. For a COUGH "and
Bronchitis, a few drops on Sugar, ealen,
will be more effective than anything else
For BORE THROAT, gargle the throat
with a mixture of Pain Killer and water,
and the relief is immediate and cure positive.
S&* It should not be forgotten that
the Pain Killer fS equally as uood to
take internally ns to use externally.
Each bottle is wrapped wilh ull directions for its use.
Prifces 23 Wilts; bO Genu & $1 per bottle.
A   Triumph    of    Science
—AND—
TUB  LIGHT  OP   THE   WOULD
DR. MAGGIEL'S
PILLS   & SALVE.
1 hc*e LTe-civ'ng ntmadlfa are now, fur tlm flr t
it" •, if Tom pttbl tUy to th • w >r di fnr over tquijtAi
<f a renturj ol pri .at-practice lbe ingredii-H is in these
Life-Giving Pills
Hnv° bern unci  with tlio frettMt   lOOMil,    Their
iimulm !■ u tuny in prevent ■ ig-u", out ln ''"re
Tbtf tt roll OU ih* VWfMl nmlidies hy which tho
patient [a suffering, mid re invigorates t'e RlUB|
qfettim, T • tllf nteil mn] inHrm a lew duic* of the ho
valuable Wtbi wUlj rove to bo
A YtRY FOUNTAIN OF YODTH,
Fit In ITfrf cn«e t'>ey a«M new life and vita'lly, nnd
c-tirr the Wining h utttfitf 14 their rriitiiie suite, T»
thu jODOlfnl mi di* <(T''<1 tiny  ulll prova niost in
v  ill   t ir, :l-   H    re t   J,   Fp-'rilir   II lltl   gtlTlitV;   llll'ti Ifiinn.
ere is a iln-um rcttlizi-d, that I'-'UCH.dw-i/'iin ioukIi'
ftir thieo hundred ytari a^o, and never fund. He
loi)lc>il for a fuiitaiii that wimld re*lore the old to
vigor andmako youth ever
An Eternal Hpring*!
It win left for lb Is diy nnd hour to realize tho drenm,
and hIiuw io oueglorioui fact the magic thai ii.adu
it Mr,
TUKSE FAMOUS  REMEDIES
Cinnol Bt-v tht* fllirht of year1*, hut they cin force hsck,
an- hold nlonf,ditWMi Imt mi M iri mph over tin1
to: <l mid tiie young.    Lot D**na botttitti toon* bm
n.ia« the fivurahle oj.pnituiiily that Offkfg. When lakuu
M preicnhed—
For Blllious Disorders
NothiiiL'cflii he ni(»rt' proiincllco nf cure tlmn tlii-sn
I'ill» —l'in ir RlmoMt HUflo inll M-ti.-u U ftlt at <> •< ;
»tJil ih** tiNiial sofao mititiitit nf ihl> in .tt ilj^ifK-im.'
•ile>u»e ari itiaovcd. Th«hO reiutdieu are nude Irom
the i'trest
TEGETADLK COMPOUNDS.
Thy will not harm I hn in out delicate fumith', and
<■ri.hu iii tu with jtDod tffoot iu pruiturihed dunud t<>
ilu jniiL',"-i babe.
For Cutaneous Disorders
A u.i ill: ■ r ii h- ns t.l Met ■ Kin, 'li" SALVK Ig mo^t in-
valilaldf. It doei a t heal • xleniatly ohitu-, but pene-
Iraiwi with Llio muni ». arching elK-uig to thu Very root
ofiha gTil.
DR. MAGGIEL'S PILLS
Iuvariably care the following Diseases
Arlhma,
U.'WpI Complaint*,
Co.lKhs,
Obldi,
Cheit Pi-cniM,
CofUywettn
Djhpepsia,"
Diarrhea,
Dropgy,
Djuility,
Kover and hfp rt.
Pemnlennmplaint",
lien-!.iflie,
lndiir -itlon,
inll'iei «a,
liiflamirntinn,
Imvanl UVnknesR,
I-i- tr (.''■iii.iiiiinl,
Lownu* fn BpirlUi
Rinjrworm,
Rheumat'nm,
Salt  M imim,
Scalds,
Skin Diseases.
J63" NOTICR.—^Tonea;ent'lnfl without thc entrraved
trade-mark .iro'iud t*at\\ pot or box, sinned It, DR. J,
MA(iOli-.l>, 43 Fulton street) S±w \ ork, to counterfeit
which it felony.
jf&- Hold hy ill reinecfnble D^alerg in Medicineg
tbnm/hout the United Slates and Canada— at 'lb cents
per'jux or pot,
A. C. Langley & Co.,
A«onts for Vancouver Island nnd British
Oolnmbio.
CKAS. F. BARNARD, M„
BVBOIOAL it MECHANICAL
DBITTIST
Port n'.riTt, one il'Hir Mil nt Qoreromeot,
Victoria, O.
Pr. II. iitriii.v ttnden Iii" ftejtetal «oknow-
Irdgaienl • to tb« cltlwui of VltlorU for ibtlr
liberal p»troB»)(« ihtn fur, Mid bopci by fan-
lietaaalj eaadnel tod itrfct »p(Mlcnion iu
butlnui tu  unlit  ii  liirtlicr   i-oiitiniiuiici: ol
Whi'n detlrtd "ill visit pirties profosion-
:illi- nt thoir nsi'lfiK-m. All liriuii'lios uf the
p|ofi .Ion ftllumied to. Ternis retteouablo.—
Olliic hours from 8 tt.ui. to ij p.m.
uu^3 Ira*
NOTICE
GC-PARTNE8SHEP.
BUNSTER
HAS THIS DAY
ENTERED INTO
Partnership
WITH ALL LOVERS OP
GOOD    ALE!
nu 17-lm
Miscellaneous.
LEATHER,   HARNESS,
ASD
Trunk Manufactory.
WM. DALB7 & CO.
W'l TAKK TIIK i'l.K-KNT OITOUTKN"-
\ty lo think our imiiifrii'ii nistniiiers for
ih" lilicr,il pn<roiiii'.rc bottowtd upon n*, nnd
in Inform ilhiui tnd tlm poblta in gtaatal tlmt
H'o mi-now ,,icrying on, ill ftillfrtion with
our l.i: AIM Kit ttTOMC, i'o ro»iinfnitiir<i of
RAHNR^HofalldeicrlpHoiu, alto THI.'NKS
anil V'Al,l>KS. \','t- h-\e cooitftOlly on band
a l.irpre iis-orlin<i',t of ISliA.ND TAN.NK" KIP,
CALF, BABNBSfl, SOI.K, WELT, HTBINO
and UltAIN LBATHIXj also a gcnoral al-
sortrmMit of SHtliiM AKKR'S FINDINGS.
Parties requiring anything in our lino
should give lis a trinl, as we will supply thenv
cheaper than any house north of San Francisco.
BELTING   MADK  TO   ORDER,
Terms   CJixsli.
Wm.   Dalby   So  Co.,
Yntcs street, Aricto.in, V. I.
August 2 th, 1886. M 2ft'
CHARLES    BERNARD,
Manufacturer and Dealer in
And KplccN or all hinds,
No. 707, Sansome street, corner Gold,
Between .Inckson and Pui'ific.
First Premium awarded by the Mechanics' Institute, for the best Coffee and Spices.
Tho proprietor having introduce',! Steam
Power iu his Manufactory, ha mow increased
facilities to supply the trade and the public in
general. All articles from his Eslablishineiil
arc guaranteed to be pure and unadulterated.
The public are respectlully invited to call and
convince themselves Country orders promptly
attended to. se 2
BRITISH    PERIODICALS.
The London Quarterly Review (Conservative).
The Edinburgh Review (Whig)
The Westminster Review (Radical)
The North British Review (Free Church)
— AND—
Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (Tory)
Tlio Ui ;r flevltwi re*publ||h*d •Vf Mouth. ProTT fc
Co., in- L'l'iHTiil'y CO bidiftl nn tlio (Jreat Bertawv,
mnl llhikwoud Imi hftli justly placed in the b^iuh
r.uik. \S'bii'-vi»r'liflpHnu;^ with r»nduu' pi)i>Heail»noof
tfiiKnlafi, wJuti'vcr mny bo hit 7tn*»Tt\ f nform itiun,
w-il fiiu-i ln> tilto!fei)n'r lifliiii'l th« tiin« in whu-h bs
Uvck—«nd in tl't'Bu tinit'» Q ju'ii-oi inuy puoti ifi't Vtry
far tutliin i. Th";. in .v in- . i ni! 'imi itudiml witli ml-
ranlatfb by itia people of thn couitry, of every creed
and pAtty.
lur BMC tt WOOD it BngiwHv attrnctivn st thi.
tiun- to Am«rirAnntnot only for its snrt \ tttittttof
'llt-tinituiiht'il writ'Ti nf Hrti -n. but fur ibi MOOttQl of
i)i€* lut" civil w r. now heinn wrlttOD hy 0»l. Von
iJurkf, n (ii-'inanonirii.-, ohfef* if-itafl to Gun. J. E. li.
i luart, of tbi Confi ilcrale nrlny.
TERMS   FOR   1800.
Tor any ono of tlio BtrttWl $1 per atiiiuin
F..r nn.. t w.t of I In- R«vhw«  7 "
Ftir mi j- Ihrci' of I lie i.oviewi 10 "
Kor all four nf the HbtUwi 12 '*
Foa Uhi«'!,wi»' -l'» Hv.-: t \i*  4 "
For Waok wood and  "in; Hrvi -w.   7 *'
For Hliu kwt'Oil nnd any two of tbo  Re-
viflw 10 "
For riarkwooil and three of the Review*..13 "
For DUukword and the four Itaviewi IS "
CLUBS.
A dhfioont f>f twenty percent. wi'I he a'lnwed to clutiM
of four or more persoim. Thus, four e iptftf nf
Hht'kwind. or ofono I evlew will he Hent to one ad-
driBs OF M'J. 80. Konr onpifi of the fuur Keviewu and
BlHekwood, for $48, and no ou.
POSTAGE.
When foot hy mail, thu POSTAfel to nny part of the
Unittd t tot wlH ba lattVODlwont ^qMft y oar for
" ucKwoim," and but eight cents a year for each of
the lieviews.
Re'uced Prices for previous years.
SiibftiTitifrp may obtain ihe Bopvtoti immeuiately
prwraiog 18'0, hh folli.wa, viz. :
JilaehiotKHl from BeptetDbor, 18^4. to December, 1805
inclusive, al the rate of $2 50 a vt:ar.
Tho Xnrth ffntixh ffom January, 180ft, to Tlenemhor.
l*-fi5, Loolattvet the Etlinburgh und the W>.->min-!-r tn in
Ap il. 1864, t" Oi'cointer, 1 ft6->, ineh^ivv, and ttt«
XonctoH yuaMt'ilp 'ur tho year 18',6, at tbo rato of $1 .10
a ytiir lor wfch or any    evh-w.
OS- A few ci.pieH yet nnnin otall the four Reviews
for ibt^iut $4 a set, or $1 60 for any one.
JLEOIVARD   SCOTT   &   CO.,
Publishers, 38  Walker Street, JV.  Y.
TUB   ONE  THING   WANTED.
HOLLOWATS PILLS-
I.. P. &Co., alio publish the
FA-Fl-MLF-R'S, O-XJIIDE
Ilv Bom Bnnptn, nf Edinburgh, nnd the hue J. P.
NOfttOir, M  Vale < nllajn,   3 volt.   Iloyai Octavo,   1600
.   udnumerom Engravings*
I'lice $7 for the two vg'amcs—hy Mail, post paM,
$8 00. au 23
Tlic Blood.
These famous pills nre so composed tbft
they operate wliuleHomely on the stomnch, tho
liver, thc boWtll, ROd other orynns; hy corrcc!:-
ini; nny detnu^cTDents in their functions
wherehy u steady supply of pure miiterinls tor
the renewal ol the Ulood is luniinhed, ntiil a
constant abstraction of effete products is effected. TkU perfect circulation thus becomes
the very fouatnin of health and lile, und overcomes ull form of di5easo wherever its .-itun-
tkin.
Genera! IllNor<1crN of I2tc  IJver
and  Momatli.
All who ever indulge n* '.ahlo, cither in ent*
•off or drinking, should take about ten of thes-
tatnmis pilln at hed time, from which will rea
suit u clear head and jrood stomach the fi-U w-
tog morning. Thousands of Lodies are always complaining of sick headnchea, want O
appetite, wnnt of enircv, and want of strength,
to correct all these evils, three or fuu ot these
PUla should be taken twice a week, when ihey
would give tlic invalid ,he health anil appetit*
of a ploughman.
FemalcN of all A nus aiul Classic
Obstructions of any kind, either in young
or those between forty and lifty--th" most critical peiiod of life —mny he radically retno. •*•}
hy using these I'ills according to the printed
directions wbinh nceoinpany each box. Youiir
persons with sickly and sallow complexions
ttiuy I'.ave tho bloom of health restored by tbur
corrective, wLich purities the blood nnd expels all gross and impnre bntnori from ihesj*-
lem. Beware then of tho critical ngc Iron
forty to fitly, as it sends many thousands to
premature grave,—these Pills should be take*
-u that period of lite two or three timet »
\eek
IVaut   of Strength and Energy.
Persons of sedentary habits, or those troubled in mind, working in Factories or Coal
Pits, who cannot obtain that amount of frm
air and exercise which nature requires, suffer
from weakness and delility, lowness ut' ■ pit* 11
and want of appetite. All sue!) should *nke *
ioifl or two of thc3c Pills every three or font
days, as they net gently and elUetuully on the
Bystem and impart vigor and energy to tho
body, which is always followed by a good
appetite, sound and refreshing sleep, and a
high Mow of spirits.
For the Cure of Slropsy.
Tlie cfliccy of HolIOWflJr'l Pills in Dropsy
is extraordinary. Tbey act with such a pecif
tint* effect upon the system, that tha fluid?
causing tliu direful complaint, are percept ibi
BArrtCd oflP and prevented from any furthel
accumu'ation. The suflertir regains a bnoy-
inoy of Ipltltl nnd rejoiced in a completely
renovated constitution, it is indispensably
necessary ihnt the Ointment Bhould 'io most
8(Factually rubbed into tl.u complaining pario
during tlie whole course of treatment.
Children und their AIIin«*nte«
In no country in the world are more children
enrried to an early grave than in Great Britain.
Coughs, Measles, Scarlatina, Fevers, and other
diseases attack the little sufferers, and death,
hut too often, follows at a rapid pace ; yet if
at the first'stage ot these complaints, parent*
were to have recourse to Holloway's Pills, all
danger would be a\oided, for the stomach
and bowels wouW ne gently but eflTectually
cleansert by this milu aperient; tho depraved
numors corrected ana tuesecretions duiy regulated. A perfect cure would ".oon he effected, and the IHtle patient restored to 80un»*
health.
Holloway' Pi. r ve the best known remedy in ih
world fir tho following diseases;
Polfl at the FPlfibifelimetit of Professor Holloway, 241
strand, (near Teninle Bar.) L ndon ; flls" hy all respect
aide Diu^eista and Dualer*' in Mu-dciDiithrou^hout the
civilizL'd world, at the folliiwing inlcea—It. \)4,t fi. 9<L,
U. (3d., lis., -'2s., and '.)"■-. each box.
KfXAt
Kfihxnt
Ihlliuu.iCoT^plaintf
th<
Female  Irregular
Itlei
Fever of all kindi
Fits
11 out
H<-nd Actio
Indigestion
I ull mn mat ton
Jaundice
Liver Complaints
Luniba^o   ■
I'iles
K!i"ii'i::H i'-iu
Reientiou «f IVim
niotehcs    oil
Skin
Bowel complaiuta
Colics
Oohsttpation of the
BowpIb
Cnnsutni.tion
Debility
Oropsy
DyseotKf
Erysipelas
*** There is a considerable taviog by taking the
irgersizes.
Pirectttw for the guidince of patients In ever? duier
der are aflixed to each box.
Scrnfu'aarKiDr t
Evil
•*t'TO Threats
Stone and (irave
Secondary Bymp-
toms
ic-Doloreux
Tumors
Ulcers
Venereal      afle*
llOtlK
Worms    of   n
kinds
Weakness      from
whatever cause
Printed nnd Published by McCluri & Go., ft
the office, Langley Street.

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