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MOOING,  AUGUST   12.   1866.
NO. 35.
the
ENING TELEGRAPH,"
IT'BI.I.SHril
!/erv   Evening at  4   O'clock,
(Saturday and Sunday evenings excepted.)
ALSO EVEHY
SUNDAY    MORNING !
TKUMI UV  SUBHCHIPTIOlf I
r Annum, la advaace, by mail, fin no
for 'ix  months,     fi Do
V-r w-ek, payable to Carrier       23
liifl-.C--i.ii-s,       10
for terms of Advertisement apply at the
Office. Langley  Street-
nil und Humor.
A DEscEirnox.—She was all sorts of
l gal— there waru't a sprinklin' too moch
p( her ; she had an eye  that would make
fellow's  heart  try  to get out of his
osoni ; her step was as light as a  puncher's, aid bur breath sweet as the prairie
Bower.'—Am. Paper.
' ilow can you pay us ? What can you
offer in the pound ? ' demanded the importunate creditors of n bankrupt farmer.
'Alas ! gentlemen,' replied the insolvent,
'nil I really have is a donkey in the
ouuil.'
A   PoSlilt   Foil  THE  PltOIKSSOIl —' Can
In until sec without eyes ?' asked a pro-
Ifesxor. ' Ves, sir,' was the prompt answer.
I' How do you make that out?' cried the
i iisionUhi'd professor. ' lie cau see with
|ouc, sir ?'
Quite Right.—Said one gentlenran of
llionor to another, 'if you don't accept my
challenge, 1 shall post yon in the pnpers '
I' Uu uheud,' said the other, ' I hud rather
[fill a dozen papers than ono coffin.'
How Tit he !—Denn Swift says, ' Jt ia
[wilh little Miiili-d people us it is with
■narrow-necked bottles—the less they
lliavc in i limn tlie moro iwi.se tbey make iu
■pouring it out.'
A   Quaker's    Warning.—A   staid
[lii'imdlirim   replied to a  fellow   who  wus
abusing  him, 'Havo  a  cure,  friend, or
Itiiee inuy'st run   thy countenance   against
liny list.'
' My deer, I love thee 1 ' as the benedict snid to bis wife when she helped him
Itn a slice of venison. Delightfully did she
kmile ; but how easily women are hum*
hugged.
Young ladies, listen ! Divine love is
etter tbnu human. You hud better be
upon your own knees limn upon the
gentlemen's.
' What flower of beauty shall I mnrry ?'
[snid a handsoma younj,' .spendthrift lo his
niserly governor ; to which the govoruor
'cplied, 'Muri-golil.'
— . m— 	
A CiiEEivor. NtinsuRV.—Have you a
print or plnster cast, or blossoming plant
in the nursery, where your children spend
nost of their time ? Never mind about
Tour parlor, but is your nursery a cheerful
'place ■' Is there anything then: up.in the
nils for little oyes to look nt, and little
minds to think about wheu they wake so
early in the morning; or, as they loungo
about, when a stormy day keeps them
close prisonorsl If not, sou to it without
delay. Don't say ' I can't afford it;' one
shilling—two shillings will do it ; if you
can spare a few shillings more, so much
tho better. Von kmw tho effect a bright
cheerful apartment has upon yourself,
even with all yonr mature rcsoorces for
thought and pleasure ; think, theu, of the
little children reaching ont their young
thoughts like vine tendrils for something
to twine about, something to lean ou,
Something to grow to—in fine, something
> think and talk about. A blank white
'all is uot suggestive or inspiriting. Give
the  little   nursery   prisoners  something
pright to look at.—Fanny Fern,
Nothing Good Dies—There is nothing,
no, nothing that is innocent or good, that
Dies and is forgotton. Let us hold to that
faith, or none. Au infant, a prattling
child, dying in its cradle, will live again
In tbe better thoughts of '.hose that loved
It, and will play its part, through them, in
the redeeming actions of the world, though
Its body be bnrnt to ashes or drowned in
deepest se . There is not an angel
kidded to the Host of Heaven but does its
pleased work on earth In those that loved
i here. Forgotten I oh, if the good deeds
pf human creatures could be traced to
fbeir source,  how beautiful would even
)eath  appear ; for how  much charity,
ncrcy, and purified affection, would be
poen to have their growth iu dusty graves!
-Old Curiosity Shop.
Ma. D. Lindsay, Accountant and Official
'-Mifate in Bankruptcy, ic, Ac, requests
'to  intimate that lie will remove his Office
> Captain Stamp's' New Building, Government Street, on Mouday, 30th July, *
New Advertisements.
"BOUND THE CORNER"
IS THE NAME OF THE
IKTE'W    SALOON
JUST OPENED IX
LungIcy   street,   round   the
corner from Yates afreet,
In  the building formerly occupied   by   the
BalOOB of Kukkiuuht's IIotisl.
Thc Saloon lias l.i-cn tastefully redited,
nnd will be supplied with the
FIRST    QUALITY   OP
Wines   and Liquors.
Tin- proprietor respectfully invites the public to call "ROUND TIIE CORNER" aad
judge for themselves.
OOVERNEENT IT BUT  KNTRANCK — NEXT
door to tho IVIegraph Office.
jy29 JACOB    III.KKMIi:il
T
Oriental Restaurant,
YATES   STREET,
In connection with the Oriental Hotel.
HIS   ESTAIU.ISIIMKNT   IS   OPBH AT
AM. HOURS OF TIIK DAY Oil NIU1IT
THB     TABLE
Will be furnished with the best the market
affords.
Breakfast,
Dinner,
Snpper
At moderate prices,
Oysters   in   every   SLyle.
Private [looms for smnll or largo parties.
Call and judge for yourselves.        jy .10-lm
NOTICE !
NOTICE !!
1
.■'ROM THIS DATE TIIE UNDERSIGNED
bas concluded to reduce his price ONE
HALF ; and hereafter the
FINEST WINES AND LIQUORS,
ALE,    IJEEU,   <fcc., &c.t
Will be served nt the
"METROPOLITAN"
At TWELVE AND A HALF CENTS
per sample.
The public will pleaso call and sample, and
satisfy themselves that the very best is to be
had at the above price.
T. J. BURNS,
Metropolitan Saloon, Sioro street,
jy 26
In lite Supreme Court of Civil Justice
Vancouver Island.
THE BANKRUPTCY ACT, 1831- '
T RICHARD WOODS, BEING TIIE CHIEF
, Registrar of the Baid Coar!, do hereby
certify that on the sixteenth d..y of July, instant, n certain deed or lnsl.ru ?eit bearing
date thc 2lith day of June (act (U>(6) and
made and executed by and bv'-w ^n Oeorge
Juy, James Chestney Hales and D.ivid Browne,
Copartners therein doseribed, muling under
the style or linn of JAY k COMPANY of the
one part an ' Thomas Lowe therein described,
trustee for Ir e'.f mil Ihe rest of the creditors of the su' George Juy, James Chestney
Rales, and Dnvi-' Browne of the other part,
being a deed or instrument purportiug to convey all the copartnership estate and effects of
the said George Jay, James Chestney Hales,
and David Urowne to he applied for tho beno-
lit of the creditors of them the said George
Jay, Jamos Chestney Hales, and David
Browne as if they had been from the date
thereof duly adjudged Bankrupt, was on the
said sixteenth day of July and at thc hour of
10:.'tu in tho forenoon of such day brought
into my ollice for registration, and was dnly
registered pursuant to the provisions of tho
Bankruptcy Act, 1861.
Given under my hand and Seal of the Supremo Court of Civil Justice at James Bay,
Victoria, V. I., this sixteenth day of July, A.
»., 1866.
RICHARD WOODS,
Chief Registrar.
Robkrt Bishop,  Solicitor,
Langley street, Victoria. jyl6
ISTOTIOE.
In the Supreme Court of Civil Justice
Vancouver Island.
:   .'T   BAJSrXRTn" TO"5r,
In re Jav 4 Co.
4 LL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS ON THE
A abovo Estate are requested forthwith to
send in thc same to Mr. James Chestney Bales,
Seedsman, at the Nursery of Jay k Co., Victoria ; and all persons indebted to the said
Estate are desired forthwith to pay thc amount
of their respective debts lo the said James
Chestney Hales, whom the Trustee has authorised to receive the same on account of the
said Eitate. '
ROBERT BISHOP, Solicitor,
Langley Street, Victoria.
Dated 16th July, IStiti. jyl6
THT!
EVENING TELEGRAPH
GENERAL
Job   Printing
ESTABLISH TIEIVr
Langley Street, Victoria,
The  Printing  Office
or TUB
EVENING
TELEGRAPH
Officio ia replete with every appliance
and variety of Material for the
Execntion of
LETTER PRESS   PRINTING!
Id all its branches, whether
Plain or Ornamental
'PHE    OFFICE    AIMS   at   securing
JL suat ipeedy Execution of orders as is
consistent with correct and elegant Work-
manahlp.
Orders received for Printing
Books,
Business Cards,
Pamphlets
Invoices,]
Catalogue!
Bill Heads,
Sermons,
Trade Forms,
Reports
Circulars, (Plain   or
Rentals,
Coloured,)
Leases,
Hand   Bills. (Plain or
Law Forms of every        Coloured,)
description,
For Prices,  apply   at the  Office.
Langley street,
New Advertisements.
THEATRE
Photographic Gallery
(UP  STAIRS).
THIS GALLERY, LONO AND FAVOH-
I ally known Vi Victorians nnd strangers,
has facilities in the way of light, materials,
4c., and the experience of the proprietor enables him to furnish Cartes de Visite. Ambru-
types, and photographic work or supirior
jnish unequalled by nny other house in town,
and at as low pricks as other kstablisii-
mknts charge for common and inferior
pictures—in fact at prices to suit the times
Cartes de Visite i - • $5 per Doz-
Out door work attended to nt short notice,
and on the most reasonable terms.
GEORGE   ROBINSON,
au 6 Proprietor.
NOTICE
CO-PARTNERSHIP.
BTJNSTER
IIAS TII1S DAY
ENTERED INTO
Partnership
WITH ALL LOVERS OP
New A'lvi ixisi.-iiii.-iiis
TOBACCO PLANT
ARRIVAL OP ANOTHER CARGO FK'JH
Virginia & Cuba.
VIA 'AxriNWAl.l.,
Of Ihe Best   tcicbraltd Brands tf
TOBACCO   &   SEOARS
EVER IMPORTED
Samples can be  had  Bt  tin- "ArELPl',"
corner Yates and Government streets.
Arrival of a fewmore Plants
by the " California."
ft     Office of C. F.  Green's  Victoria
and .-oijuiuialt Express.
F. i'.t.ni>iit:i.i.,
au2 ADELPHI SEOAR -STORK.
FASHION   HOTEL
AID
Concert   Room.
The only Place of Amusement in
Town I
THE   UNDERSIGNED HAVING LEASED
these  well  known establishments, begs
leave to announce Ihat they will be
Re-opened on Saturday, July 28.
The former Billiard Hall has been converted
into a Concert Room, where may always be
found attentive and obliging attendants.
HcBt qualities  of Wines, Liquors, and Cigars served by the proprietor iu person.
CHAS. BROOKS.
Admission Free, jy 2fi
Mrs.   Hein
EEPS   CONSTANTLY  OX   HAND   THK
latest fashions in
GOOD    ALE![K
It im.   jllVI ILLI1TERY,
 AT —
Trices to  Suit the  Times,
GOVERNMENT    STR    T
EX  FIDELITER
A Choice lot of Bacon
Jnmt   Arrived.
For Sn'e by
nn 2
P.  Gilligan,
STOKE STREET.
Miscellaneous.
EXPRESS LINE STAGES.
'"IMIE COACHES OF THIS LINE VTilii.
A. now run regularly, leaving Yale, ti. C
on
.Holidays,
Wednesdays,
Aud Fridays,
AT 7, A. 51.,
I'Oli:    HAVANA'S     FERRV
(Big Bend Route), until the completion of the
road, when tbey will go to Savana's Kerry.
The (loach lor Cariboo will  leave Yale on
.Monday,
jy 2 F. J. BARNARD.
General News Agent
J. Stratman.
EMPIRE NEWS DEPOT
Cor. Washington & Sansome su*.
8an Francisco.
THE ADVERTISER is prepared to supply
with puuetuiility nnd celerity the unnrxed
newspapers and periodicals upon the following
terms AU orders, to receive immediate attention, must be accompanied by cash remittance,
and handed in previous to the 4th, 14th, and
24th of each mouth.
London Daily Timed., $14 00
"       Tht Field  J100
['       Illustrated Times -  7 00
'*      Weekly Timei        7 00
w       Bell's Life in London 14 00
* Weekly Dispatch ..14 00
"       111. Newiofth* World 1400
**       Public Opinion  7 60
* Index (FreelrHde) U 00
'»       III.  Spoiling Newt  8 00
«      Spectator 14 00
"       Review  J400
«      Saturday Keview 14 00
DublWNatum j-j oo
London IlluMrated Netfa 14 00
Atlact'e Month I; 3 00
Blackwond'x Magazine ~ 3 00
Warper's Magazine „,.   3 00
Sixpenny Magazine , „ 3 00
Knickerbocker «.....,..3or
PaoL 0 M Mitbly « ..••"..., *» SOu
Uodev'a Ladies Bock..., s 00
Muii'cal Host 3 00
Continental Magazine. 3 00
Madam Demorest'a Monthly ;i 00
F. Leilie'a new Family Magazine .3 00
Chambers' Edinburgh  oumal 4 00
Monthly  paparz.Once* Week 5 00
•• "       All tht Year Round 5 00
Tli«tckemy*iCorHhiUMa^azlne tiOC
London  Lancet fl OO
8. A   Sala'sT.'iiipIo Bar ei 00
London Society Magazine tf ^
St. James Magazine fl 00
Kilintmrgh lleview 10 00
London   Hvvtew , 10 00
Noitli BrtliahKeviHW 10 00
rtVtminuter Rp*ipw lo 00
I nnd^n Art  .(r.urnal IH 00
MiniP? &  Sui*tlmg ftlag... 10 00
Between Fort and 13 rough ton.
nu**
1)
L.    BETTMAN,
EAI,ER IN DRY GOODS,   GROCERIES,
HOOTS A.VLI SHOES, k., ke., ke.
b n
Olympia, W- T-
Everett's Exchange,
STORE   STREET,   V. I.
'I'HE PROPRIETOR IiESPEnFl'I.I.Y IV-
1 forms his friends ond Ihe public ihat he
has opened hia old stand in Store street, where
he will keep its before the finest qmilitv of
WINES, LIQUORS, and CIGARS.
Come and see.
au 3-lra       PAT. EVERETT, Proprietor.
3NTOTICE,
MARTIN    BROS.,
I.M PORTERS OF
Groceries and Provisions,
FIREPROOF BUILDING,
LATELY OCCUPIED BY I/IIOTELIER* Co,
"WHARF       STHEET.
Dissolution of Partnership.
rrHE PARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE EX-
_L istinn between RnttlRt Hb.Viiv Stonk and
Henry Jeiiomk as Hotel-keepers nt " The Old
Flag Inn, Nanaimo, has this day been dissolved by mutual consent. The business will
in future be carried on by the said Robert
Henry Stone alone, who will collect all outstanding accounts and pay all liabilities of
the late partnership.
Witness,! R   II. STONE,
Jos. McCl.tKK.        HENRY JEROME.
Nanaimo, Allgust3. 18**6. uu r>-1 iu
THE PIONEJBR
ICE CHE AM,
—FROM THE—
PACIFIC TELEGRAPH HOTEL,
IS AGAIN IN TIIE FIELD,
'IIHE   PROPRIETOR   IS   PRLTARED   TO
T
upply, as usual, bis customers, partiea,
balls, etc., at moderate rates.
PACIFIC TELEGRAPH HOTEL,
au 3 Store street.
J.    SPENCER,
HOUSE AND SHIP
:p l XT -jm: b- e :r ,
Gas litter anil Bell-hanger,
Comer Yates and  Government street*.
AH branches of tbe above business practically done with neatness »nd despatch, at
charges to correspond with the times.       ,
Ml (Stowing   t&tlcQxuipi).
SUNDAY   EIDITICIsr-
SUNDAY MORNING, AUGUST 12, 1846.
THE   OUT*   OF  BOTH   COLO-
■Mi
After m week of silent  hot intense indignation Rgaiust£ubernutorinl snd Impe-
lial ill-treatment the people of Victoria are
aliont lo give vent to their feelings through
the nioro  expressive form  of a  public
meeting.    Whatever resolutions therefore
may be adopted tbey will  not bo open to
the charge of being (he busiy expression
of men laboring under temporary excite-
ment.    Under   these  circumstances  tbe
delay will prove a benefit  rather than an
injury—it will give to erery person in tbe
community time to revolve the whole circumstance* connected with  the question
at issue In his mind, nnd to come to some
kind of conclusion as to wlmt coarse is
best lo pursue.    We do  not  know who
aro thc initiators of the public meeting or
what is the mil nre of tbo programme to
be submitted for public approval, but we
hope  that  whatever line  of conduct is
marked out it will contain  no element of
discord.    If there ever wns a time when
the people of Victoria were required to
net iu buiuiony, lo sink petty differences
in loeul politics it is now ; end if there
ever wot R time when  the people desired
unity of action it is now.   Lot  us therefore deal with  tho public matters before
us in a large and  general spirit.    It requires no long string of wordy resolutions
—no topics giving riso to endless debate.
There are two questions and two only
whieh force  themselves on  our attention
in tlio mutter—ttio'first tha  character of
the Government we desire, the second the
character of the Governor.    These questions will  embrace  tbo condemnation of
not only tbo  Union bill recently  hum-
duccd into tbe House of Commons, bot
ot the Governments ns well as Governors
of both colonies, and will show the necessity for a  form  of Government   that
will admit of the  expression of thc people's views.   Tlie House of Assembly bus
already tout an address to Her Majesty,
which hns by this timo almost reached its
destination, to tbis effect.   Thut  address
clearly intimates that nothing short of
u   united   and   responsible  government
will   Kiiit   tbe   requirements   of   these
colonics,   and   tbui   neither    Governor   Kennedy   nor    Governor   Seymour
is   acceptable    to    tho    population.    It
is well that the  people aud   their representatives, being in   this matter of the
same opinion, should express similar viowp.
It will not do, however, to confine our
action to Vancouver Island.   This hns
been the great mistake in  tho past and
bus given  Governor Seymour the opportunity to  mislead  tho  Secretary of tbe
Colonies as  to  the sentiment of British
Columbia. It was tbe easiest thing iu the
world, nt any time, to have got the people
of tho neighboring colony to co-operate
with us iu obtaining a  united and liberal
government; for their interests in this
mutter aro as great, if not greater, than
our own.    Let us, therefore, pass resolutions that will be likely lo meet their acceptation.    Let us lay them before every
town or populated district in British Columbia, and we shall havo a result to send
homo that will effectually crush   the un-
icrupulous efforts of Governor Seymour,
and show to Her  Majesty's Government
by wlint reckless fabrications they have
been guided.    We cannot speak much aa
to ibe sentiment in  New Westminster ;
for a largo official clement in n small town
has always a  most   baneful  effect ujioii
public spirit; but  in  every district between  New Westminster and the Rooky
Mountains wo know the expression of the
people of Vancouver Island on this question will be echoed loudly und distinctly.
It is due to the people of the neighbor
ing colony to do so—due to tbeir self res
pect as well as interest to prove that Mr.
llirch has  wilfully falsified  their  feeling,
nml that his sneer at  the 445 signatures
is au outrage  ou tbe intelligence and respectability  of British  Columbia.   We
have an opportunity now of getting both
colonies to act with   the   most perfect
uumiimity on public matters,  and of denting the most effectual   blow at gubernatorial dictation ; let as not lose it ; let as
carry the nfT.iir, as wc can in both colonies, swiftly an well as surely ; for in our
position just now dispatch is everything.
There is nothing to prevent tbe unanimous
sentiment of  British Columbia and Vancouver  Island   reaching  Iler   Majesty's
Government in little more than two
months. If tbat does not meet witb an
immediate and favorable response, there
il but one coarse left, and that is to bury
national sentiment aud look out for a connection that will be more profitable and
less humiliating.
New Advertisements.
J. P. DAVIES & CO.
MIWIW—M & UOMMMRIOV JMKB
CHANT*, balcarosin, Fireproof Slone
Building, Wbarf Ktreiit, n««r Vales.
Cask Advances made on Consignments.
Tuesday,  Aug.  14th,
AT 11  O'CLOCK, A. M„
We are instructed to sell
On the Premises, Esquimalt
All the
FUBHITURE!
Bedding & Effects
OP THE
Royal   Hotel,
Comprising
Bedsteads, Tables, Chairs, Looking-glasses
Pictures, WasliHlunds nnd Furniture,
Window Shades, Stoves, Lamps, Horse
Hair, Pain and Straw Mattrasscs, Pillows, Bolsters, Sheets, Blankets, Counterpanes, etc,
ALSO,
Ono Superior Solid Mahogany
Billiard   Table
With Cues, Pool Board, Bulls, etc.
An Omnibus will leave the Auction
U00DI8 for Esquimalt on tbe morning of
tbe sale at IU o'clock.
J. P. Davies So Co.,
au Yi Auctioneers.
PIANO  RAFFLE.
A SPLENDID SQUARE PIANO WILL BE
Rn tiled for nfxt Tlinnday, Aigust 18th,
at tbe Alhamlira Saloon, corner of Government aod Yates sircet, at 8 o'clock in the
evening.
Tickets $1—Can be had at the Saloon, or
at Mr. Snnilrlo's store, Government street,
au 12-td
Anniversary Festival
or TUB
GERMANIA SING VEREIN.
THE FIFTII  ANNIVERSARY FESTIVAL
of the above Society will  be held next
SUNDAY, August 12th at Oak Bay.
Tickets can be had of the Committee, J.
Sehl, H. Rudolph, H. Habermehl, Wm. Lohso,
Jobu Backer, A. W. Pfeifer. au9-td
BAKED
PORK AND  BEANS
EVEUY SUNDAY MORNING,
25 Cents a Pot,
—AT—
A.   W.  PIPER'S
BAKERY,
GOVERNMENT    STREET,
OPPOSITE TUB THEATRE.
au 10-2t
J.P.Davies&Co.
Aicr omits aid cumissiov .uutuii.us.
Salesroom, 11 e;iranf tunc Ru'ldliig,
tlhiij-f M., n*ar lalcn.
Thursday, August 1<>,
CITY & ESQUIMALT
PROPERTY.
We arc instructed by tbe Mortgagee to sell
BY PUBLIC AUCTION,
AT    SALBSEOOM
WHARF STRUCT.
THURSDAY, AUGUST 16,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
FORT AXD K\XB STREET MOPERTY,
All tbosc certain pieces or parcels of
Land in tbe City of Victoria, V. I., and
known on tbe Official Map of the same
as Town Lois Nos. 72 and 04 in Block
23, situate on Fort and Kano streets between Douglas ond Blnncbard, baving a
frontage on Fort street of Sixty (60) feet,
running back Tho Hundrod and Forty
(24o) feet, fronting ou Kane street Sixty
(0(1) feet, less the easterly half of Wilcox
street, being a strip of Ten (10) feet from
Fort to Kane, cnbancing tbe value of the
property by baving three frontages, (the
buyer having the right to close the ten
feet at his pleasure) together with all the
improvements thereon, which comprise in
part the firstcluss two story Brick Build-
in;,' on Fort street known as Wilcox's
Hotel, containing on the upper story 1
good size rooms, tbe ground floor hus a
Large Store, 1'urlor, Dining Room und
Kitchen. On tlie roof of the closets is a
large cistern holding 1500 gallons water,
together with tbe Two Cottages on Wilcox street, one has 4 rooms und kitchen,
the other having only 3 rooms. Tbe
whole to bo sold in oue lot.
TERMS EASY.
—ALSO —
TO BE SOLD FOR CASH
ESQUIMALT PROPERTY I
ALL THOSE certain pieces or parcels
of Laud situate on Wharf Street, Esquimalt, adjoining the Royal Hotel uud
known ou the map of the town as lots 33
and 37, having a frontage on Wharf
Street of thirty-five (35; teet, running
buck two hundred and forty feet into the
bay, baving first class water frontage to
lot 37. Each lot lias a small Cottage
House thereon.
ALL THAT pieco or parcel of land,
situute and known on the Town Map as
Lot No. forty (40), on Hospital street,
Ksqiiimnlt, having u Iroutage of thirty
feet, running busk to au alley way in tbe
rear.
—also—
Water Lots I Water lots'
POSITIVE SALE.
We hnvc received instructions from tbe
owners to sell on the above date.
All those pieces or parcels of land,
sttuuto on- Wharf street, Esquimalt,
having a frontago of 35 feet ou Wharf
street, by a depth of 100 feet, and known
un the Town Maps as Lot sixteen (16),
together wilh ull tbe improvements
thereon.
—ALSO—
Iloyal Hotel Property
All those pieces or parcels of land
situate in the town of E.-quimult, und
known on tbe maps thereof as Lots Nos
84, 35, and 30, having a frontage each
on Wharf street of thirty (30) feet, theuca
running back into deep water (witb all
the privilrges thereof), together with the
improvements thoreon, comprising the
Royal Hotel, Restaurant aid Bowling
Alley, with all the premises necessary for
carrying on the hotel business. The
whole ia now rented at the low rental of
Fifty Dollars per month. This valuable
property will be sold either as a whole or
in separate lots, to suit tbe wishes of intending purchasers
Maps of the property can bo seen at
onr office.
TERMS—Twenty-five per cent, on the
fall of the hammer, twenty-five per cent
as soon as the deeds  are  ready.   The
balance can remain for one year at one
per cent,   per   month   interest,   with
mortgage on the property.
N. B—This is one of the best opportunities that hus occorred  since 1858 for
investment.   The fact of the contemplated
graving dock and  Government  buildings
(commencing)   will   necessarily  enhauce
tbis and all properties   at   Esquimalt at
least from 300 to  500 per cent., within
three mouths from the date thereof,
_ The   Auctioners   invite   all parties to
view the property prior to the sale.
ACTS OP SALE AT BUYERS' EXPENSE.
J. I'. DAVIES, k. CO.,
M 9 Auctioneers.
New   Ailvi-ilisi-niciils.
TSTOTICE.
Hard Bread i Hard Bread!
STORE ST. CRACKER BAKERY.
Best Ouality of Pilot Bread nt 6  l-2c
per lb., or $5 per box delivered-
Nnvj st 5c per lb., or Si per box do.
Buttsr at 9c per lb-
Soda at 9c per lb.
Wm.   Moncks,
an 8 Proprietor.
IMPORTER     AND    WHOLESALE
DEALER IN
Oregon and California Flour,
Middlings, Bran, Grain, Butter-
Lard, Provisions, etc,, etc,
Families nnd the Trade supplied ou tbe
most reus'inublu terms.
No. 40 Government street,
NEAR CORNER OF FORT.
jy 29
Sea Baths ?  Sea Baths'I
25 cents.        25 cents,
THE  UNDERSIGNED   BEOS  LEAVE TO
inform the public tbat bo has cstublisbcd
a liist-eluss
Salt-Water    Bath-House,
Moored just abovo Douglas Foundry.
N. B.—llnthers taken to the Bath-house free
of charge, by boats from the foot of Johnson
street.
Jgy Between the hours of 1 and 4 p.m. the
Mui1i-Iiou.hu will be open for Indies only.
jy 18
JOHU   It KID.
NEW    WESTMINSTER
GAME   DEPOT,
YATES   ST.,
Next door to  the corner of Government,
Oj'pnMle Zelner's Driiir Sump.
npm KUIMCJWIJBR HAViXi; made m:.
1     mngeai'-ou to receive  from   dMrMt
pari sj ilu- prodo e uf the Islam] uud muuiry
will be prepare] to luruisli
Game,
Pish,
fruits,
Poultry,
Eggs   and    Vegetables,
Baeh  aud  all in  thoir season, at llm lowi-M
prices.
StiT Fraser Bim .Salmon bj-eacli ilcnmar.
JAMES   AI.Li:\.
jy31-]m
TjavanmigarsT
LEWIN &  ANTHONY,
TOBACCONISTS.
47 Tates St., Brick Store
Next to Corner of Government St.,
i;eo to inform their friends and
I) too pnblic in general tbat tbey will eon-
stmitly n-ri-ii-e by every stenmer « good assortment nl (ieiiulne I'avnnn * Igam
nml   Un.   II, si   IIi-uiiiIn iil'TolliM-fn,
imported direct for this market, so thai they
nrenhle lo ompcte with nny hnise on thii
Island, either Wholesale or Retail.
N.   B—.Special   attention will bo piiid   lo
Country  orders.
1IEIMAN LEWIN.     |     LOUIS ANTHONY,
en 1
A. & W. WILSON,
House and Ship Plumbers
CASFITTERS,
BELL-HANGERS 4 TINSMITHS
FORT   STREET.
All orders promptly attended to
nil '2
REMOVAL!
The Business of
THOMAS WILSON k GO.
tte-coinmenced    on
MONDAY,    JUNE    19th
In their New and Commodious Store in
I^JLSOIsriC     HALL,
GOVERNMENT      STREET,
(Opposite tho Bunk of British Coltimhiu,)
WITH   THEIR   USUAL
WELL - ASSORTED    STOCK,
INCLUDING
Goods received by last steamer, and comprising Silks, Shawls, Printed
Cambrics and Dress Materials of every description;   Long
Cloths, Sheetings and Quilts;   Velvets, Tweeds,
Lace Curtains, Damasks, Reps, Chintzes,
Gents', Ladies'and Children's
Hosiery and Gloves;
Trimmings, &c. jy 3
jy:
LONDON    HOUSE,
May 30th, 1866.
Our Importations for tho present season are now
complete by arrivals per EXPRESS this morning,
and the extensive shipments now landing from th»
EASTERN CHIEF
Our DRESS, MANTLE, SILK, SHAWL, MILLINERY, LACE, HOSIERY, DRAPERY, FANCY
and UPHOLSTERY departments are now rcpleto
with the newest and choicest goods. Either Wholesale or Retail customers will find this the best stock
we have yet offered.
LONDON FIRM, VICTORIA; Y. I.,
J. P. Tunstall Co. [J. H. Turner|& Oo
I I t!5bciuii0    Cricgraplj.
sxT3srr>A.rr  et.ti'iow.
Sl'XUAY MOIiNINO.   ,1 '.I'.ST It, ll-M-i.
Huw iMoxu FHH Nativi:-.—lira. Jenny
Blake, wife of tlie ci-devant Si-rgcuntof Police,
Mary, a skookutu Iiyilah kloolcbtnan, and a
hideous old one-eyed si wash, were placed iu
the dock thii morning charged by Sergeant
Farrsl with being druuk aad lighting ou Oor-
monint n'rei-t. Inspector Welch stated tbat
Mary was always drunk and fighting witb ber
neighbors. Mary (pointing to herself with
an injured air) " Nika '"I Tho magistrate administered a severe lecture in Chinook to tbe
erring oue, aud fined her $2U or 14 days' imprisonment. Miss Jenny was then brought
up and bound over In $25 to keep the peace
for three months—a sentence thut gives be-
prison quarters for that time, und which she
seemed rather to enjoy. Old Cyclops woa
next brought up, nnd attar a voluble charge of
assault against bim by a heavy featured dusky
damsel, was sentenced to $10 line or two
months in prison.' Slafy's due was paid by
her friends, ond she went on her way rejoicing.
A  Paornacv The   following   paragraph
from a speech made by U. S. Gen. Shields,
shortly after tbe Crimean war, ■« almost like
a prophecy, looked at in the light of recent
events:
"But," said (leu. Shields, "the -eisa nation
Id Europe, quite silent at Ibis time, but thu
world will bcur of ber one of these duys.
That is Prussia. They are not a talking
people—a good sign that they are a working
people. They are the best disciplined people
iu Europe. Tbo German race will Bad thin
its highest development, and tbiuugh Prussia
(ionnany will be reconstructed, and not so
far distant iu time as some suppose- either.
The re-integration of races is tbo mission of
the age. Nations that have vitality will be
reconstructed, tbe lifeless will bo blot ed out.
Tn« Niw Bonkbts A London letter says
" Everybody knows that iHdics have cesseu to
wear bonnets, and that tbey apologise for tbe
omission by covering thc e:own of the bead
wilb a tiny bit of ornament, laco or other
material, or flat bouquet. As we donotdoub^
that American Melius have been as huwitcbed
as the French and English by Ibis new mode,
we beg to describo to tbem ouu of these substitutes for a bonnet, which was certainly as
pooiic a bit of millinery as was ever invciiled.
The supposed bonnet was en irely composed of
a group of fnl!-ijlowu blush ruses, it bad a
whit-- veil, find wo must fiuagiuu ihat one of
the roses had been blown lo pieces by thc
wind, for the leaves weie sun1-eeed over the
veil, 11 which Ihey lightly clung, producing
an effect so datura' that utiecou'ii hardly help
expecting io see -hem shake l ul! by a uiovc-
i.init of tbe bend."
Tun Nkw Hiiam Kike Enoinb.—Tho elegant new steam fire engine, recently received
from New York for the .San Francisco Paid
Fire Department, waa tested on tbe 2:jtb, and
worked to the complete satisfaction of tho
parties interested. Tbis machine, unlike the
others now iu the city, throws four streums
or one, ns the circumstances may require.
I At the rial this morning, it threw four
streams through inch nec/.-.les a distance of
1H2 feet, taking water through its own suction
nt the same time, and a siuglo olreuin was
thrown about 200 feet. It also threw three
streams, of one inch each, to a height sufficient lo show that it would bo nvnilablo in
that shape lo play on a lire in nny building in
San Francisco,—S. /'. Alia.
The cloventh census of Fiance is in progress. The results aro looked for with much
Interest, owing lo the fi.cl that since 18r,l, tho
country has been in an eminently prosperous
condition. Of all the European nations
France shows the slowest rate of increase in
population. The 27,009,000 of 1SU1 hnd only
increased by 9,000,000 in 1861. During tlie
same period Uteat llrilain increased from
20,000,000 to 23,000,000.
FiBEiiKk's Election.—Tho annual election
of the Victoria Fire Department takes place
eu the first Monday of Oc'ober. Mr. J. C.
Kceuait was on Friday night unanimously
uninitiated as the Tiger Engine company's
candidate for Chief Engineer, having received
requisition from thirty memhors of tho
Hook k Ladder Co. requesting him to at nd.
The New Soprano.— Of Madamo Vildn,
tv hose success in " Lucraiia Borgia" was so
great, a London correspondent says : "Madame Vilda ia now a fixture. She Is Ihe acknowledged successor of Oris! at tbe Iialhm
opera, Convent Garden, as Titicng is at Her
Majesty's—Vilda'a voice being oven superior
to Titiena'."
Bicratadt's "Rocky Mountains" has been
lent for public exhibition in Loudon by its
English owner, nnd is praised in unstinted
measure. Tbe Athcnseuui critic has "seldom
seen so striking a picture," and declares thnt
" in ita class it is unsurpassed ;" ths Obsevver
jthat "itmeiits a place among the grandest
»orks of modern art."
We learn from the London Field that an
Epidemic is carrying off tbe grouse in many
Ylistricts of Eujland and Scotland. A similar
pieease destroyed many birds some years ago,
Md iis nature is not at all understood. The
field is of the opinion tbat it ia caused by
pTert locking.
Adction 8alk—Th-) furniture and effects ef
Ihe Royal Hotel at Esqnimalt will be sold by
1   P. Davies £ Co.  on Tuesday next.
bus  wHl  be on kand to lake purchasers
*»u to tbi sale.
.Supreme Court.
Saturday, before Chief Justice N'cedham.
Bumtrr i- . Joseph llrjt.—Tlii ■ trisl was r
inmed y- stents/ laon log at iu u'vlock. The
d-leinl.ii.ts called witnesses in support ol
llieir c i-c, :,, I theii iuuu."cl aiiimed n. the
evidence on Iheir behalf; alter ahich counsel
t\t tho plaintiff replied on Ihe whole mi-.
The leu; ned judge then s mined up the e-i-
doooe generally, and pat Hi* mm before the
jury most lucidly on two points : 1st na to
ilo- liability ni tin defendant*, aad Ird as to
thu am.-ool of thu inmtttet tli I.lined l.y the
plaintill'. The jury retired for nbout a qa*T-
Hr if an hour aud found for thc plaintiff
generallv J:'.r,oo iamnge*. Tbe Auorn-y
ii. total, instructed by .'Ir. Hi»hop, appc red
for Ihe phiiiinir. aiid Mr. Ring ami Mr.
MeCrelgllt, instructed by Mcasr'. Drake and
Jackson, for defaultnU. The ease lusled tbo
whole ol ycitcr.luy as well a* Friday.
AoiiicLLTrRAi..- Mr. Galley- has sent us a
fine sample of peas from a field grown by bim
on Topazc Avenue. The viues are nbout
three feet long, and are loaded with well filled pods. Crops generally throughout the
Island are excellent this year. Mr. Turgoose,
Saa'iirh. inform* us his wheat is rplcndid,
and if safely harvested will yield 35 to 40
bushels lo tl.c acre. Crops in the northern
settlement- are ulso excellent.
The I-> a iiki.. — This steamer is still taking
in her machinery at the Hudson May Co.'s
wharf. Her -moke-Mack was raised to-day,
and preparation! made for getting in ber
shafts, which will boa task of some difficulty.
She will be ready for sua ill three or four
weeks.
Fon tiik BaiDWICU Ihlaniis—The fine new-
schooner Minerva, 75 'ons burthen, whioh
has just been fitted up by Mi. E. II. Marvin,
has taken on board some 70 tons of general
merchandise, and will sail for Honolulu iu
about a week.
Tim Fiiikiitku.—A special despatch received lalo last night informs us thnt the
Fideliter would leave Olympia this morning
nt 5 o'clock. She may therefore be expected
here lo-uight.
On tiik Way.—The British bark Jcddo,
which cleared from Han Francisco on July
30 for Ilurrurd's Inlet, has 713 sacks barley,
500 qr. do. flour, 203 bales buy, 800 mats
rice, kc.—Value, $4,100 89.
Tu i:\tkical.—The.Montana Post any* : Julia
Dean Haynu has arrivud nt Virgiuia. She
is to open ut the People's Theatre, supported
by Melle Douglas and M. S. Mortimer.
Assizes.—A Special Court of Assize will
be held lo-morrow a; Iho Supreme Court, for
the trial of tho Indian nnd squaw charged
with the murder of Edmund Crin.
Accident.—A mnn named Wright fell aud
broke bis leg in Johnson street on Thursday
evening, and was carried to tho hospital.
The DatLT Tiuiiuxb, a new paper stnrted
in San Francisco a month ago, has ceased to
exist.        	
The steamer Alexandra did not come down
last night, baving waited for the steamboat
from Yale.    She will retu-u un Tuesday.
Abkived Duwn.—By special telegram we
learn thnt the steamer California urrived at
San Franciseo yesterday at noon.
TELEGRAPHIC
spei'iv, to Tin; btbiinh TKi.KiauMi.
Last Night's Despatches.
California.
San Fiuncisco, August 10—Legal
tenders, TIJil)72|, few being sold nt outside price.
Arrived— Ship Wurrior, 72 days from
Newcastle ; bnrk Anglo Saxon, 100 days
from Newcastle via Tubiti, 55 days ;
b irk Cuindon, lis! days irom Teckulet ;
Oakland, 1) duys from Port Ludlow ; brig
Tanner, 15 days from Senbrck,
Nkw Yoiik, Aug 7—Tlie following
is additional by the s'.yntiter Iloston :
Tho Prussian Govoriimeut made a dc-
iiimd ou England for tho irnasaro packed
tip aud carried off by the King of Ilnn-
nver and deposited by him in tho Hunk of
England, nsserting that she will seize and
retain Hanoverian domain if not given up.
The amount ia 125,000 thalcrs. The
Patrie announces a Mexican army of
fifty thousand, loeruited auioug Mexicans
aud officerod by Europeans, will take thc
place of the French army, and will maintain Maximilian.
Eurojpean.
BY   ATLANTIC  CABLE.
London, Aug. 6.—Consols closed at
87| for money, 5-20's, G2J.
Liverpool, Aug. 6—Cotton, sales of
800 bales with a decline of ono quarter of
a penny. A new Italian loan of 850,000,-
000 lirres has beeu ordcied since signing
the treaty of peace. Part of the Swi.->
troops that ?-ere guarding tho border hus
been disbanded, Cholera is increasing iu
England.
Eastern.
New Yoiik, August 7—Mr. McCul-
loch's statement of the natiouul debt
causes considerable comment, il appears
tbe totnl debt ou 1st August was $:>,-
770,4 l6,bOS, from which deduct $137,-
3J7.U3J cash  in treasury.   The  cash  is
divided as follows :—Coin, fCl.333,120 ;
currency, $7.),9'J5,2HU Tbo debt includes $118,000,000 temporary loan.
The papers demand the reason why Mr.
McCiilloeh does not pay it mid save the
$G()O<>,O<)0 annual interest. Brown Bros.
and thirty three other Wall Direct Bmu
mainly brunches of European houses,
unite in a published letter to .Mr. Me-
CoHoell urging him lo sell win not needed to meet intercut on public debt.
Ciiicau", Angu-t 9—Governor Wells,
of Louisiana, publishes a big letter ad
driv-ed lo the President on the subject of
the constitutionality of his action in tbe
late riot. He declares the riot was long
since planned by Mayor Monroe—bad its
move iu tbe name rebellious feeling which
plunged tbe country into civil war, whose
flame is not yet extinguished in the
breast of the former slaveholding nristo
cracy.
Back   Despatches.
Europenn.
Behu.v, August fi.—The first sitting
of the Chambers wus held t< day. The
members urose nnd saluted the King and
the Pruss'un Ministers. Count Stelberg
was elected President of the Upper House.
Pesth, August 6.—Several political
arrests have been iniidu by thc military
here to dny. Similar arrests have taken
place iu other pans of Hungary.
Florence, August 6.—The Italian
and Austrian Generals met at Comoro, in
Austria, lo ncgotiuie. France lakes no
part in the pending nrmistice. Austria
and Italy, if it can be arranged, will hold
sepcrate conferences with the concurrence
of France; it will probably mtet nt
Pari.
Viknna, Angnst 0—It is expected
that a definite treaty of peoce will soon
be signed by the Austrian und Prussian
plenipotentiaries. Italy is not included.
Jf the difficulty relative to the armistice
with Italy is not urranged within a few
days, hostilities will be renewed.
Diiesdicn, August 7.— Special pcaco
negotiations nre about to be opened be
tween Piussia and Saxony.
St. PuTEitsnuitr,, August 7.—There is
great enthusiasm hero in reference to the
visit of tho American squadron. Tbe
Russian fleet has gone to Helsingfors to
meet it. Some uf the principal Russian
banks have subscribed thirty millions of
francs to complete the railroad from
Kozler to Moschanzken.
Efforts are being made to obtain the
mediation of (tenia with Prussia, on behalf of the South German States.
LIVERPOOL, August 7.—Evening—Cotton sales 7000 bales, market dull.
London, August 7.—Consols closed at
87J 1 5-^0's, 68$.
California.
San Francisco, August 0—A mail will
hereafter he dispatched from the Post-
office in Ibis city via Panama to New
Zealand and Australia, by each mail
steamer. Rate" of postage fixed by the
Departments to be prepaid at tbe mailing
office aro : letter per single rate, half
ounce, 22 cents; newspapers each, 0
cents; books, for each four ounces, 10
cents.
It is understood that Messrs. Davidson
k Burri, bankers, will shortly retire from
business and that tbe former manager of
Rothschild's house at Naples-is now on
his way to this oity to take charge of the
business of Rothschild, but it is not expected that any of the family will come.
Special Notices.
The Peoria's Fmiimi—Pusar Dams' Vsmxttu Pais
Kiixsr —Tlie GrsSttst Fimlly Meiltcino of the.Aft —
Taken internally,  U  ctlrti  lu.tdcn ciilils, cou<li«, etc.,
vcuk atomncli, general tlulalitr, nunory, tore nioulh,
canker,   liver   complaint,   djKpepsla or   Indigestion,
cramp   aod  pain in tit stomach, bowel r,inp!alnt,
liatnteri'oo'lo, Ailatio   cholera, ilinrrhnci, and  dy.en-
tarr.   Arri.un ntauctr, eurea Mam, boili ami old
loiee,   severe   bilrne  and   ncalil*,   cult,   brulifi aod
iprame, .welled  jolnll, ringworm and  teller, tirnk-n
breaitH, frotli-il fi-el ami chilbUlmi, toiilbiche, pain in
•he   r.-*e,   neuralgia   and  rli."iu.........     it   i.   »,*.,
remedy for Ague ami Clillla and Fever.
Holloway's Ointment and Pills.—T.ff, ct-
ual Aid.—In tho tad time nf sickness it is
cheering to know that a remedjr does ciist,
and Ihat it oan be procured at a little coat.
Hollowaj's Oinnient nnd Pills ar« invaluable
in relieving pain, reducing inflammations,
and regulating disordi-red acliong. They
never can be misapplied, aor can they under
any circumstances cause mischief. Taken in
appropriate doses, tbey are a blessing to tho
rich, when suffering Irom indigestion, gout,
skin diseases, ke , and a boon to tho poor
when struck down by illness. Holloway's
medicine should be in thc possession of all
soldiers, sailors nnd emigrants, who will then
be in a position to relievo pain and euro
disease when medical assistance cannot be
obtained.
Mr. Zikn begs to announce to the inhabitants ot Victoria that he ban lately received a
large assortment of Children's Carriages and
Chairs, Fishing Baskets and Fishing Canes,
and a largo quantity of Market and Traveling
Baskets, China Vases, Fancy Goods and Toys,
ail of which have to be sold on or belore
February next at greatly reduced prices
Goods sold at wbolcsalo for cost prices.    *
Usmoval.—Messrs. Solomon Bros, have removed to the two-story brick building on
Government street, opposite the St. Nicholas
Hotel. They have received, ex ship Mohawk,
from Loudon, a fine assurtment of men's
cloth.ng and underclothing, which they will
sell lower than auy house in town. Give thorn
a call. *
A Mun a-.,i Gkanu Epoch in Mimciii!—
Dr. Miig^'ii-I ii tbe foundi. ol a new .M--dii-nl
system. The qunrilitariaiK, whose rasi internal dears e-nleeble the iiomadi arid paralyu-
the bowels, lnu-l ttive prerrdMM 10 the Dluu
who rworei health and npietiie, with frnui
one tn two nf Lis t-x'i uiiJiriary Pills, and
cures the most virulent sores wilh a box or en
ol his wiiiniirliil and n I healing Halve T I'-m- \
two greal »|iec lies of the Doctors are lu-i eil
persedirig all tlie .teri o'v|M--l iKmiriinni ut ihe
■liy. Eitriiiinliiiary run- bv Uegfiei't I'ill-
and Silve huve opened ne ryes of the paM'c
In Ilu- in.Hi. ii-ni i uf ilu-t'11 rnlle I) rr-m- '!•■«
of iilher'. Hl'd tlpnll wh ill people Imve to I- li -
blindly dr|'»a-l< I. Majglel'l 1'ille nr.- no nl
■ Iii il Hie awiilloae.l hy Ihe ilu/.- n. aad
of wliii-h i"i rv boi tu" t.ilii-n i- iu:---- aa ■&■
solute ne-• siti t.r auollier. (tub or two 11
.Maggiel p I'iIU sullitej to place thu l> iwels iu
per.t-ct or ' , tone the slointt-'i, crease nu appetite, ami :der the »|i nls light a d buoyant 1 There is no griping, and uo re- c.ion in
tbe form of co s ipal'on. If the liver is affected, its fine.ions are restored; and it the
nervous sysle a is feeble, il is invigorated.
This Inst quality makes the medicines very
desirable lor tho want* of delicate females.
Ulcerous and crnptivc diseases are liierallv
extinguished by the diairfeciant power 0*
Maggiel's S.ilve.    Iu fact, it is liere announced
that jiiaiwlei'ii union*. i>.vm'i-j>m«
and Diarrhea I'liU cure where all
nl hen tail. While fur Burns, Scalds, Chil
blnins, Cuts mid all abrasions of ihe skin
.>l:iKKi<'l'<« Salvo is infallible. Sold by
J. iUaoikL, 11 Pine utrect, New York, and all
Druggists, at 25 cts. per box.
The Fasiiioij IIotki. and Music Hall will
be opened this evening at 9 o'clock, when
Chaki.es BaooKS hopes his friends will nut
fail to give him a call nnd sample his fine
Wines, bquors and Sigars. Every attention
shown to guests by the new attendants.     *
Mu. Fheeman requests us to state that be
is about to remove his Variety store from
Waddington Alley and corner of Government
nml Cormorant streets to the large store on
Johnson street known as tbe " Queen
Saloon." *
In tin- Bttprt toe Court <</' Cicil Jtittue,
VoMcoitwer Maud.
In  Bankruptcy.
Weduesdny, ih« l»t  nf Augnsl, IMC.
1IMII IlEAS.  A   PETITION FOR AlUmi-
I I c-:i.-n i.f llankrupler, l.e iring dnle ilia
Jliil d*r i.Milk lijl, jat h.en duly Hied hy
Willi.in Car.mis Via) wnril, Charles Keiil, and
Iduir Hil.,M. ifainal Joil^ Ju.-iKI'll
MI.I'KKI'Y ul View  . I reel.   Viel.ii.i.  I'.upiii.
Il-r, a**l II ..I   l-.hli .Ina-pli   ■ ■•. n -li , ha. ing
been iliily 'le- laiel ..rr I H.'j t-lie • e I ., Ilml.-
iiii-i, ia heiebv i -jinre.l in .-itr* i.-ter hiinselr
In llts ' innir .in.. |.li Ni-e-ln in. Chief .ln.iicn
nl the .wuprenie Court uf I'-Vil Jualne nlnrr-
aaid, on Wedt.esihn th- i:> h -In- ..f Auznat
current, at 11 'it itie clu-.-k in ifa* f-ne-nnn pre-
eiiely, at Ihe Court llmme, latnnt Ber, Vn-
luria and make a full (limnVeir nnd iliii-le-
sure of his estate aud erf ate, w lieu **nt wher*
the creditors are lo come pie;-nre>! lo prutv
their debts, and nt ihe Ural fining lo tin*.a
Assignee* and commence ihe exiiiiiiiutiiun of
the bankrupt, and at the la-t ainini.', tht
Bankrupt is to finieh his lust  f-xaiuiimi; in
All persons indebted in the >«i<| llankrupr,
or have any of his ell.i-is are im,i tn pny or
deliver the same but iu .Mr. l-nniel Lindsay of
Government ilreei, ihe nllici.l Arsignec appointed, nnd give iinliee -o
JOHN    COPLAND,
Bast on stn-el, Vi-imiH. V. [.,
Solicitor to the l'ctiuuiiiiig Creditors.
au r--nl
New Advertisements.
RED LION HOTEL,
GOVERNMENT STREET.
!"
EDEN,
'PUB   ABOVE-NAMEU   HOTEL   HAVING
been opened bjr
JOE
He will he  happy io  meet his   friends   on all
occasions, aa   wiil furnish them with
the best of
Wine?5 Liquors, Ale, Porter, &c.
and Cigars-
BOABD AND LODGING PER DAY $1.
&g" Bagatelle and Skittles.
Call aM see the establishment.     JOE presides and keeps order. au 10
A
YOUNG   GIRL  FOR LIGHT HOCSE-
wurk, and to wait on table.
Apply to
MBS.. ZINKE,
Yates St., between Government and Brbad
jy 27
For  Portland Direct.
THE FINE  SCREW STEAMER
aPIDELITEE35:
CAPT.  It. C. ERSKINE,
Wiil  sail from   Brodrick's  Wharf,  for the
above port,   on
Monday,   August   13th,
AT IO  O'CLOCK A. M.
carrying freight nnd  passengers.
For particulars apply on board, or lo
J. P. COUCH, Agent,
au 9-td Wharf street
POR     SA.ILE
THE   RIGHT,   TITLE,   AND   INTEREST
in Land known as  R VIII.   S -'0, Quam-
ichan   Distric,   and   It  VIII,  S   l.Somenos
District, in nl  about !00 acres, situate in the
Cowichan Settlement.
For particulars apply to
JOHN GLASSEY,
Bastion street,
nu 9-lm Opposite Sheriff's Office.
RESOLUTIONS.
AT A SPECIAL MEETING HELD AT
Deluge Engine House, No. 1, August C, 1866,
tbe following resolutions wero unanimously
adopted :
1—That a resolution of condolence on behalf of Delngc Engine Co. No. 1 he offered to
the Widow and Friends of Mr. John Wriggles-
worth, late a member of this Company, on
tlli'ii- rsMnt tnolonehnly l>.ro«vim«.l.  vi/
Resolved— That it is with feelings of the
deepest regret that we pay this tribute of our
regard in testifying our loss, aad (o express
our sorrow to his widow nud friends at the
demise of Mr. John Wrigglesworth, who has
been suddenly taken nwuy in the full vigur of
life and manhood, feeling sure that we, in his
decease have lost a good and efficient member,
and the community a good citLen.
2nd—That n copy of the above resolutions
be forwarded to his Widow.
3rd—That the Deluge Engine House be
draped in mourning for the space of Thirty
days.
4th—That the thanks of this Company be
tendered to the Tiger, Union Hook and Ladder
Companies, for their attendance on this occasion.
Edwabd R. TuomasI „
Geohgb Norkis,      j Committee.
nu7 lw
J.  NAGLB,
Shipping Mrster and Commission
Agent.
pRBWS SUPPLIED AT THE SHORTEST
V_^ Notice—Goods entered and cleared at
tho Custom House; Manifests, Charter Parties,
and Bi Is oftfnlc made out. Vessels bouchl
or sold.
t*y Several s-nall Vessols for sale or
charter.
OrriCE—Bastion strtet, near the Police
Barracks. j v j 7
Wanted to Borrow
SBOO     DOLLARS
OK FIRST-CLASS REAL ESTATE SB-
curitv producing $40 per mouth. Tba
money would be taken lor 1 ne \cur at Ij per
cent, per month.
Fur particular! applv to
A. F.  MMN,
au 2 Goveriini- nt street.
WILSON  &   MURRAY,
GKOCERS,
Provision, Wine k Smi it Merchant*,
BAKERS  & CONFECTIONERS,
IORT ST., VICTORIA, V. I.
SniPPING    SUPPLIED.
Sporborg &  Bueff,
COMMISSION"   MERCHANTS,
Importers and Wholesale Dealer! in
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS,
Boots a ii<I IShoen,
Whnrf street, Victoria, V. 1. nnj
Belief  for  the   Afflicted.
THE INTRODUCTION' OF
Perry     Davis'
Vegetable Pain Killer
To the Suffering Hniuaiii-y of this Ape
hos relieved more pain, and caused more
real joy tban any other one thing that c»u
be named.
IT  m AX
Invaluable   Remedy,
Our first Physicians  use it,  and   recommend
its   use;   tbe   Apothecary  finds   it   first
among the medicines called for, and
the wholesale Druggist considers
it  a  leading article  of bis
trade.     All thc dealers
in medicine speak
alike  in its favor; and its
reputation ns a medicine of grem
merit and virtue is fully and permanently  established, and  it  is  the great'
Family Medicine   of  Ihe Age.
Every Volunteer shonll have a bottle, in rait
of sudden attacks ol Disease.
Taken Internally, cures
Sudden Colds, Coughs, Ac,
Wenk Stomach,
Gencrnl Debility,
Nursing Sore Mouth, Cankor,
Lircr Complaint.
I lyspepsju or Indication,
Cramp and pain in the Sloinucli,
Dowel Complaint,
Painter*' Colic,
Asiatic Cholera,
Diailmu and Dysentery.
Taken axti'tnally etirea
Felons, Boils, and Old Sores,
Severe llurns nnd Senilis,
Cuts, Bruises and Sprains,
Swelling of the Joints,
Ringworm and Tetter,
Broken IJrensts,
Frosted Feet and Chilblains,
Toothache,
Puin iu the Face,
Ncurulgia and Rliciiinu(i-,m.
JPAI1& SILLER,
Taken internally, should be udulterutftl
wi'b milk or water, und sweetened with
sugar, if desired, or made into a syrup
with molasses. For a CODGII anil
Bronchitis, a few drops on Jfugar, ea'cn,
will be more eff'Cliv- than anything else.
For SORE THROAT, gargle the throat
witb a mixture of I'ain Killer and wnter,
and the relief is immediate and cure positive.
SST" It should not be forgotten that
'he Pain Killer ia equally as i.ood to
take internally us to use externally.
Each bottle is wrapped wilb full directions for its use.
Prices 25 cents, 60 cents k $1 per bottle. r
)
1
I
'i
II
Mlnt'elluneuuM.
F^thkk Pkmra a»-'o Mr. Disiaeu —
English journal sm has lost a witty member in Father Prout, who died ihe oilier
day in Paris, where he had lived for some
years as correspinideut of ihe Giobt.
Some writers who could not have kuowu
bim very intimately, speak uf bun as a
riral lo Ilnuglas Jerrold in conversational
ability. But Prout waa no match for
Jerrold. He was aggressive, not to say
rude, Bud often silenced people, bu'. .I<r-
.old's potr.T needed Bathing of ruJenes..
Among those wbo haT-t cauue to WH
ber Pulber I'rout with iinnoyurire is Mi.
Disraeli. One tuglil, ini-iiioruble in the
career of the Tory chief, the  llou^e ol
Commons  met to  pass a   vile oi I lo-
lence on itii occasinn of ibe ilea h of the
great Duke of Wellington, ami Hit
House was full of gentlemen anxious at
once io pay a murk of reMMBt to thc
incinorj of tbe warrior and to liear the
beat of our statesmen speak about it. In
tbe editors' gallery was Prout. The Liberal leader bating spoken, Mr. Disraeli
rose to cipriss tba sense entertained by
tbe Tories of the lo.-s that party and the
nation had sustained, lie sjwke in a
solemn und even lugubrious tone, and
what be said had a lettered air about it
very different from the ordinary character
of Parliamentary addie.sscs. As he pro
ceeded, however, Prout, in (he gallery,
pricked up his earn, begged a friend who
was whispering at his side, lo lie quiet;
knitted his brow ; looked up lo the ceiling in a bewildered sort of way ; listened
again ; ttt Inst looked relieved and nulled
us he wiped his glasses. "Look fur
aomething good in to morrow's U/olie,"
aaid he lo his neighbor. And iu to-morrow's Globe was printed side by side with
Mr. Disraeli's labored discourse, u funeral
oration of ,M. '1 biers on a deceased -Mar
ehal of France, an officer otonly moderate renown. Tlie two com|witioii9 were
all but identical. Prout, sitting in the
gallery, had recognized the phrases, and
after a little reflection, bad remembered
also their author. The result was most
humiliating to the leader of the Tories.
A Happy Woman.—' What nre you
ainging for?' Raid I to Mary Muloney.
'0, 1 don't know, inn'niu, without it's
because my heart feels happy.1
1 Happy nre yon, Mary ; why, you
don't own n foot of land iu tbe world.'
' Foot of land is it ?' she cried with a
loud laugh. ' Oh, what a hand ye bu
alter a joke. Why, sure, I ve never a
penny, let alone a fool of laud.'
' Your mother is dead.'
' God rest her sonl, yis,' replied Mury
with a touch of genuine pullios. ' The
heavens be her bed.'
' And'your brother is still a hurd case,
I suppose ?'
' Ye may well say that. It's nothing
hut drink, drink, drink, and bute bis wife
—the poor crayture.'
1 You've to pay your sister's board ?'
' Sure, the bit of a crayture 1 and she's
a good Utile girl, i.s   lliiiny,   willin' to do
whatever I axes of her.    I don't grudge
the monfcy that goes lor that.'
1 And you have not ninny fashionable
dresses, either ?'
' Fash'nnble, is it? Oh, yis, I put a
hit of wbalebono iu me skirt, uud me cal
ico gown spreads out as big as the leddies.
But then ye say thtue ; I haven't bul
two gownB to me back, two shots to mo
fut, nnd one bimnit, barring me old hood.'
' You haven't any lover V
' Ob, now, be off wid ycz ! Catch
Mary Maloney wid a lover these days,
when the hard times is come.'
1 What on earth can you have to make
you happy ? A drunken broiber, o poor
helpless sister, uo father, no mother, no
lover—why, ivhero do you get all your
happiness ?
' The Lord be praised, Miss, it (/rowed
up in me. (jive me a bit of sunshine, h
clean (lure, plenty of work, and a sap :it
tbo right time, and I'm made. That
makes me laugh nnd sing. An' thin, il
trouble comes, I try to keep mo heart up
Sure, it would bo a sad thing if Patrick
McUuiro should tuke it into his hcud to
ax me ; but, tlio Lord willin' I'd bear up
under it.'
A Stuokk or BcsiKEsa.—A celebrated
denier in old books was passing a chandler's shop, where he was stopped by u
few filthy old volumos  in   the   window.
One Of ihcin ho found to   ba   ■>    "alamo uf
old English poetry, which ho—a prat',
tiled hand in that line—saw was utterly
unknown na existing, though not unrecorded. Three and sixpence was asked.
He stood out for hulf u-crowu, on first
principles ; but not succeeding, be paid
the larger sum and w ulkcd uway, book in
pocket, to a snle, where the first person
he saw wan Heber of that ilk—or of thnt
library. Him tbe triumphant bookseller
drew into a corner, with ' Why do you
come to unctions to look for scarce books,
when you can pick up such things as this
in a chandler's shop for throe and S'it-
pence ?' ' Bless me! where d d you pet
this ? ' 'That's telling ; I mny gel more
there.' ' j must have this.' ' Koi u
penny nnder thirty guineas.' A ebcij ie
waa drajrn, and a profit of 17,riOO per
cent eleaped by the man who had his eyes
nbout bim ; in whose estimation such a
anra wud paltry compared with the
triumph over Heber.
A Capuchin moi.k some time ago in
Ireland called upon his congregation to
be especially thankful that Providence
should have placed den'h at the end
of life, and sot in the middle, so that nu
might havo all possible time to prcparu
for it.'
fltta
New Advertisements.
CAEEIACE  PAINTING
IX  ALL  ITS B HAN CUES,
Yates Street.
Between Deluge Engine House
and tbe International Hotel.
—,         •
Now Ailvtilisiiiiiiils.
UNION HOTEL,
Corner Bastion and Langley sts-
Misc"lluin'"i!s.
.nl
done   on   the mull
W. II. KKU1IA.N
Work   suliciieJ, i
reasonable terms by
Jy ll-lra
For Sale Ex Camden,
Haslrtlrr, Hacker, aod Aneo.lura^Ultlen.
Oregon Cider in bbls. and eases,
* liirrl In caiks, ha If-talk* and cases,
Sauterne and California While Wine,
French Alcahtl 90 O.P.,
Eag. rtlquvl, fluaia and Bellenger.'Cbaaa-
pagur,
And In Hare a auarlmen       Brandy
and Uqnors lullablc for   n   Trade.
s&- Depot of Havana Cigars.
EUGENE THOMAS,
nu fi Yates street.
The Colonial Market
JOHNSON   STREET,
(OPPOSITE       OllIKXTAL     AI.I.EY,)
Will be re-opened on
Saturday,    August     4th.
The market will be constantly supplied
with the best quality "f articles required for
thc family table. Fresh supplies received
dally.
an I N. V. LANGE.
WARM WEATHER!
ICE!   ICE!   ICE!
*     LUXURY  WITHIN THE  REACH   OF
IX all, supplied by
\LEX.    PIIILLIPH,
FORI' STREET,
To say nothing about Ginger Beer, Lemonade,
or Hoila Water with it.
ffeif" The way to keep cool. ail 3
Tiie ritorniKT-it! piatPEOTreu.Y
fiirrus the public,  that   th* iil.mi-   i.n
opuu    for   the
Until   il
Buardsct.
Terms :
Board and Lodpinj* per week
Boaid without Lodging
IN-
lllril
rreapUM  of
$10 00
8,00
The Hotel
U located in the must central part of Ihe ciiy,
being in lbs iniiiicdiutc vicinity of lbs principal lluiiiiess Houses, the Thenire and oilier
places of amusement in ths city-
The Table
Will be supplied with all the delicacies that
oar markets afford.
An early application is necessary as only a
limited number of boatders will be taken, it
being the intention of the Proprietor lo do all
In bis power lo promote the comlort of those
who may favor him with their patronage.
REFERENCE  REQUIRED-
T. II. Wc (.'ANN, Proprietor.
Victoria, V. I., July 80th. 1866. jy 30
Miscellaneous.
it.
The "Grotto,"
OPPOSITE THE TELEGRAPH OFFICE.
For a glass  of rhoico  liquor go  to the
"Grotto,"^
There " none ntrt the best'' you  will
linil is tbo motto.
Mint Julep?, Sherry Cobblers—everything
cooling ;
Come ye that do thirst, you will find its
no fooling.
tat
Alhambra
BILLIARD SALOON.
(oii.viit (;ovEit\JiE\r i\i> vites sis.
A   Triumph    oi    Science
—AUD—
THE  LIOIIT  OF   TIIE   WOULD
DR. MAGGIEL'S
PILLS   & SALVE.
The« I/fe-plvinu remedied art now, for the fir-t
time, (f-VB'i putil-oly to llif W r B. For «iv«r a (|natter
(>f a century >>\ in i- ate practice il)i'iii-ri'ilii:ii i.- in these
Life-Giving Pills
Hriv be- n lined with the greatest fuoeeni. Th<*ir
mtHil.in is ti't on j to rrevent < !■>■*»'. but lo cure
Tti"y it «rch tr\\*. ih'i vnriom nnlufvi by wh.ch thu
|iatl>'nt in suffering, and ru*iuvlgumteti the ailin;
HVKiein. T tho mteti and In linn t\ lew doiog of thum;
valuable FILI.8 will jirove to he
Chains and Anchors.
TWENTY  TONS  CHAIN
Short Lin.'icil anil pravad from J to J
anii
A. :sT o ih: o :r s 3
From 20 to BOO pounds.
)7 :
l-'or Sale by
PKTKK M'QUAOE,
Wharf street, Victoria.
Miscellaneous.
Jesse  Cowper,
■W"A.3STTEID
THREE   HOARDERS   AT ?B I'KIt WEEK.
The best the market can afford placed
on the table.    Apply "l the
I1EE HIVE   HOTEL,
jy 30 Fort street.
PRIVATE   BOARD.
Board   with  Comfortably
Furnished Bed-room,
Six Dollars per Week.
YATES   ST.,
Next
Door to  the
American.
Anglo-
HERMAN  SHULTZ,
—AT—
His Well Known aud Old Established
Stand
The Government st. Boot Store,
Has just roceived per steamer
A   PINE  ASSORTMENT  OP
Ladies' and   Children's   Shoes,
Which ha offers at a very low price.
Wholesale und il> tn 1 Dealer in
B06TS AND SHOES,
LEATHER,
—AXD—
SHOE    FINDINGS,
S'A.'TES    STREET,
OPPOSITE WELLS, FARGO & Co.
At tbe old stand of Webster k Co., i*.
prepared to supply tbe wants of tbo
public io bis line.
The Latest Stvles
Received by every arrival from Englacd
nnd Sun Francisco. au!/
TJF-ST-A-IRS-
Entrance on Yates
Street.
au 3-Ira
Wanted.
w
/■ANTED A FEMALE SERVANT.
Apply to
SIRS. DAVIES,
nu5 Fisgtinrd Street, near Gov't.
WILLIAM   LYONS,
SiEII-piPIiN-O
— AND—
Commission     Agent,
On tbe Corner of
to'ha.rf and  JohttMon Strooto-
an 3-2m
ALICE   BROWN'S
FANCY   TWIST
SMOKING TOBACCO
JUST RECEIVED AT
A.   F\  KEYSEB'S,
Together with some line
HAVANA CIGARS DIRECT.
Also on hand
Wine Sap, Peach, Apricot, Mary's Own,
Light Pressed, Natural Leaf, Buffalo
Tongue, and Atlantic Cable
Tobacco.
 au E-im
Dissolution   of Partnership.
THE PARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE Existing between James Grahamslaw ami
Thomas (i. .Morris, Contractor* aud liuilders
bus been dissolved by mutual -consent, .Mr!
Morris having retired from the business, wliicli
will be carried on by Mr. Grahamslaw,
All persons indebted to tbe firm are re.
quested to pay Hie same lo James Grahamslaw
and claims ugainst the Ii. iu must Im presented
u-itliin foimci-n days Irom this dale.
Victoria, V. I., July ijtli, 18-jij,        jtU
UM FOUNTAIN OF YOUTH,
F^r in fvrry cane tSej add now life nnil vitality, nnd
'Ctirr the Wihii'Kn-i.»rj{ie-itf> tlicir I'rlstine ainte. Tj
the win!/ nn i mi ill- Ngcd tbey will prove most in-
Vftlu He, n« n ret v, •pacific and •teriingr faodiolHfl,
i'#re is a drum realized, tlut Pwicfl-de-ljoon louj^li'
for tlirco hundred yearn u ■;.). and never f i»nd. He
looknl Torn f uiitain that would rettoro tbe old t'i
vigor and make youth ever
An Eternal Hpring*!
It wns left f'tr tlifs dny nnd hour tn realize tho drenm,
and ibow in one glorious fuet the magic that u ade
i\ fair.
THESE  FAMOUS  REMEDIES
Cannot sttv the flight or yearn, but they can Torce back,
an1'hold -il-.'-i, (lim-.t-i i- int mifLllrt inp.i over the
ag '1 nnd the yimuij. hut n-ne hesitate then, but
Mllu tin' l iv<>r;i!»jti (ij>jji'il unity that o/Tel'H. When taken
ft* jirescilbt'd—
Per Billious Disorders
No thin? cart be mora |>-odiictiee of curi than tliefic
I'ilU.—Tlicir nl must uiigii; inlliienee U felt nt o<ce;
end the n.iit.-il Coin; mltniits of thin m< et ili.-tn-iisinn
dliuaae urn reitiovud. Tlie^e reniidlea are made frein
tbe l'ureit
VEGETABLE COMPOUNDS.
Tin y will nnt harm the mnnt delicate female, and
en i bo ni. en with i;-"ni efl'ijct in iiroicrlbed dunea to
Did yuuujedt b,ibe.
Por Cutaneous Disorders
AmUII mi H->iiHt>r tho akin, »lm HALVE fa moat in-
valuable. It dime n t Ileal t-xlenially fttuoe, but peiie-
ir-itei with the moit h archlUf elTLxti to the very root
of the evil.
UK. MAIML'S PILLS
Invariably euro the followiog Diseases :
Atlhroa,
Huwel Complaluta,
|Oni:liK,
Colds,
Cheat Di eaiea,
Costivenegfl,
Dj^pepiia,'
Diarrhea,
Uroi«T.
Debility,
Fever and Agi **.
FemaloCoinpIaiDU,
Headache,
Indigestion,
luflueiRa,
lutianmiation,
InwHrd Weak n mb,
Li' er Complaint,
l,uwi,e-s of Spirits,
Iti ng worm,
Rlieumatinm,
i^alt i.li'uni,
KicaldH,
Skip Di^easef.
JGf NOTICE.— None genrfne without thc ongrared
trade-mark nronnd c^oh pot *r box, eigned by DK. J.
.MA(-CIKI,, 43 Fulton nircetj New 1 ork, to counterfait
which is ffluny.
t^- S.iId by :U1 rflsnectnble D^alnre in Mrdirim-s
throuitlfut the Uulteu S-iUi-s <i|iit Canuia—al lit ceni-i
per'jux or pot.
A. C. Langley & Co.,
Agents for Vancouver Isluiid and British
Columbia.
h*
Receives by each steamer from  England and
j^an  Francisco
BOOTS     <Se    SHOES
FINEST   AND  BKST QUALITY,
FRENCH   LEATHER,
SHOE     FINDINGS,
At prices to ccrrospond with the times.
Jjrll
BRITISH    PERIODICALS.
The London QuarterJy Review (Conser
vative)-
The Edinburgh Review (Whig)
The Westminster Review (Radical)
The North British Review (Free Church)
— akd—
Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (Tory)
The fo-.ir Ileriewi re-|mblishcd bj* Mestrn. POOR it
Co.. an- Kt'iu-raWy considered iih the (in-nt RftvloWI(
.iii.i DltrKWOod hnn l>eeo jns'ly plar.etl in the same
rank. Whopver dln|ienf>ei wi'lir-ndm* pni'licatiotis of
thi* cla^s, whatever may tie bin <jei»*ral i nfornnltnn,
will sonn he itltovelhnr behind the timer in whieh he
liven—nnd in these times a perromnftjr soon get very
far behjmf. They m»y be read and studied with ad.
vmitaue by tbe people of tbia country, of erery creed
and party.
iur HMCKWuop It unusually attractive st IbU
lllini tn AineriCAiiH, not only fir Its seri'l articles by
ili.-iinu'iiii ln'il writers of timlon, but fnr ilie account u'f
the Intu civil w-r. now being written by <; >i. Vun
Bnrke, A(le<manofflcL'r, chb-f, .f-ntntt to Gen. J. E. U.
.- tuart, of the Confederate army.
TERMS   FOR   1806.
Koranynno   of the Reviews $1 per annum
For an> two of iho Reviews  7 "
Voi any three of the Koviews 10 *'
Korallfour of the Itovlows Vi M
Foa lllackwor.d'* .MaKiniii-  4 "
FurIJlackwood arid ono Rovl w  7 "
For lll.i lewood and any two of tbo Re-
VltWI 10 "
For )tlackwo:idaDd three or the Hev)eWN..18 "
For IlUckwood and the four Reviews 16 "
CLUBS.
A discount of tasenty per rent, will be a'lowed to clubs
of four or more periomi. Thui, fnur 0*p\td ot
Rlnckwfod. or ofonn I-ev'lew will be nent lo tile ad-
drcM orft]2R0. Four cuples of tho four Reviews und
Rlaekwood, for g4y, and ao on.
POSTAGE.
When sent by mail, the PosTAOK lonnypnrt of the
United t tes wlH be I ut ta-entj-tbnr centna yeitr for
" tACKwuoi)," and but eiffht ce'nti a year fur each of
thelteviewa.
Reduced Prices for previous years-
SubM-rihers may obtain >he Roprints immediately
proce'ding (St fi, as foltnwi, viz. :
BUuUwtml from S-plem'.cr. 1864, to December, JS65
Inclusive, at the rate of $2 50 a year.
Tbe iVurth Britith from Jinunry, 1863, to December,
t'fifl, inclusive; the Edinburgh nnd the Westminster (rem
Ap il. 1864, to Decern! it, |S6\ inclu>iw. mid tbe
London Quarterly lor the year 18U6, ut the rate of $1 SO
a year for each or any ■ evb*w.
£*■ A few copies yet nmiio of all the four lleriewt
Tor J863 ut $4 a net, or (1 60 for any one.
JLEOIVARD   SCOTT   &   CO.,
rublishers, 38  Walker Street^ N. Y.
I*Q &Cf».,nlso pulilitli Ihe
F-A.H3Vi:i?DR'S C3-TTIIDE
l\\- Mknkv Stki-iis.vs, nr Edinl-iirffli, un-1 Ilie In.e J. P.
NiiklUS, M T»l« ' iilli-Ke.   'Ivolt.   llojai Ootnvn,   10Q0
PttftOif mnl uuiiititDtH  t-lii^'iaviiiu;.-
I'rlr- $7 fur tlie tw-p volinut.-..—by .Mail, post |ui<l,
-:»uo. )$
For San Francisco Direct
T'lIE NKW AM) FAST SAILING SCI100N-
A    er
To .-.nil on or about tin- first of August.
For Frelgbt or Passuge, ftpply lo
K. II. M.UIVIN,
jj-13 Wharf street.
THB  O.NB TUI1SQ   WANTKD.
HOLLOWAY'S PILLS.
The Blood.
These famous pills nre so composed tlm
they operate wholesomely on the stomach, the
liver, iho bomls, and other organs; by correcting any derangements in their functions,
whereby n steady supply of pure materials tor
the renewal nf the lilood is furnished, and a
constant abstraction of ell'eii: products Is effected. This perfect circulation thus becomes
the very fouutain of health and life, and overcomes all form of disease wherever its situation.
General Disorders of Ilie Liver
and Stomach.
All who ever indulge n* *.nblo, either in eat-
'ng or drinking, should tukeiilium ten of (':••*-
famous pills at bed time, from which will reo
suit it clear head and good stomach the fell w-
ing morning. Thousands of l.inlies are always complaining of Sick headaches, wnnt o
appetite, want of energy, and want of strength,
to correct all these erijs, three or four ol these
Fills should be taken twice a week, when they
would give the invalid .in: health anil appetita
of a ploughman.
FcinalcM ol'all Apes and ClaNNCn
Obstructions ol any kind, cither in young
or those between forty and fifty—the most critical pciiod of life—may bo radically remo. —i
by using these Pills according to the printed
directions which accompany each box. Young
persons wilh sickly and sallow complexions
Hiny bave the bloom of health restored by thi;
corrective, wLich purifies the blood and expels nil gross and impure humors from the system, lleware then of tho critical age Iron
forty lo fitly, as it sends many thousands to
premature grave,—these Pills should be takct
at that period ol lite two or three times •
\eck
IV a in of Strength and ,'Energy-
Porsons of sedentary hnbils, or those troubled in mind, working iu Factories or Coal
Pits, who cannot obtain tbat amount of fresh
air and exercise which nature requires, suffer
from weakness and delility, lowness of spiral
und want of appetite. All such should take *
dose or two of tbese Pills every three or foui
days, ns they act gently and effectually nn tli*
system and impart vigor and energy to the
body, which Is always followed by a good
appetite, sonnd and refreshing sleep, and a
high How of spirits.
For the Cure of OropN.y.
The cdic.icy of Holloway's Pills in Dropsy
is extrnordiuary. Tbey act with such a peculiar effect upon tho system, that the fluids
causing this direlul complaint, are pi-n-i-ptibl
carried off and prurcnti-d from nny furthel
accumulation. Tho sufferer regains a buoyancy of spirits and rejoices in a completely
renovated coustltution. It is indispensably
necessary tbat the Ointment should be most
effectually rubbed into the complaining porla
during the whole course of treatment.
Children and their   llliuuilr.
In no country iu the world are more children
carried to an early grave than in Great Britain.
Coughs, Measles, Scnrlntinn, Fevers, ami other
diseases attack the Utile sufferers, apr) death,
but too often, follows at a rapid pace; pet If
at the first stage ol tbese complaints, parent*
were to have recourse lo Holloway'a Pills, all
danger would be avoided; for the stomach
and bowels wouH ne gently bnt effectually
cleansed bv this mild aperient; the depruved
numors correctea ana tne secretions duly regulated. A perfect cure would ".oon bt effected, and the 1'ttle patient restored to ioun>>
health.
Holloway' Pi. r %tt the best known remedy in thi
world fw ths following diseases:
Pobl at thp, l-siiiblistimenl of Professor Hollowly, 941
strand, (ne»r Tempi. Bur,) I, n-'.on ; al«» by all ru.pcal
■ ble Drugirlsi. and Ik-slot* In Me.ilcinpn Ihrcuehmil lha
clvlltad world, at Ilie (allowing prices—K IV., & M.,
««. M., III., '21s., and 33s. each box.
Ague Female  Irregulnr- Scic.fu'aortfinff t
Asthma lil,.. Evil
BilliouBComplalDta Fever of all kinds Sore Tbrosta
Fits .stone and Grave
[llotchci    oi.   tbe Wont --econdary Symp.
Hkln Head Aebo lorn.
Bowel complaints   Indlgestioa Tla-Doloreoz
Colics Infininmatfon Tumors
Constipation of tbe Jaundice Ulcers
Bowls Liver Complaints    Venereal     aOe«*
Cniisurn) Hon Lumbago lions
Delii'liy Piles Worms   of   a
Uropsy Rheumatism kind.
Dysentry Rotcntion ef Urine Weakness     from
Erysipelas whatever cum
*„*   There ia   a considerable  saving by taking the
trgerslzca.
Iiirectn-ns for the guidr.nco of patients in everj d-ior
iler are allixe.l to escii box.
PftiXTKD and Published by McCLi'Eg tCo-.a*
the office, Langley Street.

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