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 VOL. I.
VICTORIA,   VANCOUVER   ISLAND,   WEDNESDAY   EVENING,   AUGUST   1.   1866.
NO. 26.
I
THE
(«
EVENING TELEGRAPH,"
rtmuMin
Ever*   Evenlag at  4   O'Clock,
(Saturday and Sunday evenings excepted.),
il«o ivibt
SUNDAY    MORNING !
TERH9 OF  BtrBSCttlPTION t
ISrAamiv, In advance, by mall, 110 00
FW tin mMitht    0 On
I'er Wek, pajabll io Carrier        24
rlajluCvJlM, •       10
For term! of Advertisement applv at the
Office. Langley Street
Wit und Humor.
DEFINITIONS.
Bachelor.— A d find 7 lion ran to seed in
• garden of beantiful flowers. The ingrafted crab-tree of Immunity.
Letter.—CooTprsation with the pen.
Album.— A   diawing-roo.li   matt-trop
set by young Indies.
Surgeon.—A   skillful   workmnn    who
repair! tbe damages made by   the   wear
nnd tear Of the machinery of life—
An ill that oft must be endured.
Wheu i Is are wauted to be cured.
Woman.—An essuy on grace, io one
vo'nme, elegantly bound.
Gen'.lemrm.—A manual of good manners bound in cloth.
Old Maid.—A quiver full of arrows
with no liow (heaa) uStnclied.
Wit.—Wisdom mttsqueiading.
Heart.—The best card in the chnnce
game of Matrimony ; sometimes overcome
by diamonds and !;naves ; often won liy
tricks ; and occasionally treated in a
shuffling manner, and then cut altogether.
QuxKtR Courtship.—'Martha, dost
thee love me ? " asked a Quaker youth
of one at whose slirino his ItennVfondeKt
feelings had been offered up.—' Why,
8eth,' answered 6he, ' we are commanded
to lore one another, nre wo not ?'—' Ah,
Martha ! But dost thou regard me with
that feeling tho world calls love 1'—' I
hardly know what to tell thee, Seth ; I
hare tried to bestow my love on all ; but
I may have sometimes thought, pet haps,
that thee was getting more than thy
shore "
An Irishman slipped up and came
do*n-'broadside' uron his hack, which
stilled his breathing a minute or two,
hwidei bruising his head considerably.
Recovering, le jumped up ir.id tlire-v
himself into a Bghting attitude, shook his
fists at the ice, aa if he was about to take
nummary vengeance npon the slippery
substance, and then, wiJi violent gestures
and threatening voice, exclaimed, 'Faith,
an' ye'll tak a sweat for this before June,
tare !'
To a retired tradesman, there can be
no greater convenience than that of having a ' short light.' In truth, wealth
rarely improves the vision. Poverty, on
the contrary, strengthens it. A mnn,
when he is poor, is able to discover ob-
jecls at the greatest distance with the
naked eye, which he conld not see, though
standing close to bis elbow, wheu ho was
rich.
'Jfer drank again, hey ? '—' No, my
lora (Mccnp), not drank, tnt slippery
/hiccup). The fact is. my dear, somebody
has been robbing the bottom of my boots
<hiccnp) tili they are as smooth as a dim
pane of glass."
The contradictions of this life nre wonderful. Many a man who has'nt the
courage to say ' no,' never misses taking
a shower bath every morning of his life.
Thought at a Weodinu-Breakfast.
—Tho bridal reign (bridle-rein) begins
with a bit in the mouth.
When a person loses his repntotion,
the very last place where he goes to look
for it is the place where be has lost it.
Many of us are led by our vices, bnt a
great many more of us follow them without any leading at all.
To ahow how deceptive are appearances, more gentlemen are mistaken for
waiters, than waiters for gentlemen.
If yon wish to set a room-full of silent
people off talking, get some one to sing a
aong.   |
Dissolution   of   Partnership.
THB PARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE EX-
itting between James Graha'mslaw and
Thomas (j. Morris, Contactors and Builders,
has been dissolved by mutual consent, Mr.
Morris having retired from the business, which
will be carried on by Mr. Grahamtlaw,
All persons indebted tt the firm nre requested to pay the same-to James Grahamslaw,
and claims against' the fi■ m must be presented
within fourteen days from this data.
Victoria,- *f. *., loty 2«h, 1864.        jy25
Municipal
By-Law to Regulate  tbe Sanitary Conditio* or tlie City.
BT-LAW.
We, tha Mayor aad Councillors in Council
convened, by rlrtueof (be power and authority
vested in us by An Act to Incorporate the
City of Victoria, pitied the second day of
August, .i.U. 1862, la the Twenty-sixth year
of the reign of Her Most Gracious Majesty
Queen Victoria, entituled, " The Victoria Incorporation Aet, 1862," hereby enact as follows :—
I. No pel son or persons occupying any Messuage, Shop, Building or other Erection, or
any Land or other Premises within the city,
or if there shall be no occupier thereof, no
owner or owners of any Messuage, Shop,
Building or other Erection, or any Land or
other Premises within the City, shall bare nr
permit or suffer to be in oron his, her or their
Messuage, Shop, Building or Erection, or any
Land or other Premises SB aforesaid, nny
ditch, gutter, drain, privy or ash-pit emitting
noxious or ofl'en-ive effluvium or smell, or
constructed so ns to be a nuisance to or inju-
ri us to tbe health of any person ur persons,
or any swine kept so as lo be a nuisance or
offensive by reason of the stench thereof, or
any dung, manure, refuse, offal, ashes, filth,
or other matter or thing emitting noxious
or offensive diluvium or smell, or any animal,
vegetable or mineral matter or thing alone or
together with other matters or things in a
state of fermentation, putrefaction, decomposition or decay, or emitting noxious or offensive effluvium or smell, .or permit or suffer
any Messuage, Dwelling House, Shop, Erection or Building whatsoever within the said
City to be in i filthy state or infected with any
kind of vermin or dirt or emitting noxious or
offensive effluvium or smell ; Provided, however, that no per or. or persons shull be liable
to any penalty for the infraction of this Bylaw until he, she or they shall have received
notice from the Mayor and Council in manner
hereinafter mentioned, and until he, she or
they shall have neglected hy tho space or lime
therein mentioned to abate or remove the offensive matter or thing noticed in such notice
and therein complained of, or to do the act,
matter or thing required of him, her or tbem
by such notice within the space of time limited
by such notico.
And whereas it is expedient for tbe good
government of the. City that a Sanitary Commission be appointed, and to enable such Cora-
mission to inspect, order the removal nnd report all nuisances within the said City ot
Victoria;
Thcrefuro be it enacted by the Mayor and
Councillors of t1 e City of Victoria, wilh the
consent of His Excellency the Governor on
Her Majesty's behalf:
II. From and nfter the passage of this Bylaw the Mayor und City Councillors mny from
time to time nominate three members of the
City Council to net as a Sanitary Commission
for tho purpose of inspecting, ordering the
removal and reporting all nuisances and other
matters, the continuance of which may be
deleterious to the public health.
III. The Commission shall perform their
services gratuitously.
. IV. The Commission shall have power to
e'ntT any Messuage, Dwelling House, Shop,
Building or other Erection or Land or other
premises within tho City, and whether or not
the same be occupied or the curtilage of any
of the same, and inspect the condition of the
same between the hours of eight in the morning and eight in the evening.
V. No person or persons shall permit, after
due notice in that behalf given, any animal
or vegetable matter in a decomposed or
putrifying condition to remain on thepremisea
occupied or owned by him or them.
VI. Tho Commission on behalf of thcMayor
and Council may notify any person or persons
on or occupying any messuage, dwelling
house, shop, building, or other erection, or
Ihe curtilage of any of the same or other land
or premises within the city, or if the same be
unoccupied, then the owner of any sucb messuage, dwelling house, shop, buiding or other
erection, or tho curtilage of any of tbe same or
other land or premises within the city on
which any matter or thing may be done, permitted, or suffered, contrary to the intention
of tbis by-law (according to the form of
schedule A annexed) to remove such nuisance as before mentioned, or to close up, purify, cover, or dense any well, cesspool,
drain, privy, ditch, or gutter, or otherwise to
abate or remove the matter or thing noticed in
such notice as in their judgment shall seem
meet by giving noiice in writing, (as per
schedule aforesaid) signed by two or more of
the Commission on behalf of the Mayor and
Council, specifying the act to be done and the
time in which the same is required to be done,
such notice may be given to the occupier or
owner of such messuage, dwelling house,
shop, building, or other erection, or the curtilage of any of the same or of the land or
premises in the city, or by leaving the same
at bis, her, or their last known place of
abode, or by fixing thesame or a copy thereof
on some conspicuous part of the premises.
VII. In the event ot any Messuage, tihop,
Building or other erection, or any l..nd or other premises within the City being unoccupied
and the owner or owners thereof neglecting or
refusing to abate or remove any matter, or
thing done, permitted or suffered, couirary to
the requirements of this Bye-Law, either absolutely or in the terms of any such notice as
aforesaid, duly served us aforesaid, within the
time in that behalf specified, it shall be lawful
for two or more of the Commission, on behalf
of the Mayor and Council, or their servants or
agents in that behalf, lo do the act or acts,
matters ot-things, required to be done or performed by such notice at the costs aod charges
of the owner or owners of sueh Messuage,
t'hop, Bnildingor other erection or any land or
other premises, the said costs and charges
to be recoverable by action as work and labor
done and money paid by them for the use of
such owner or owners es if dons at his, ber or
their actual request, or in such other form as is
proper in law.
SCHEDULE A.
Io the Owner
NOTICE is hereby given tbat you are required within Cays from tbe date hereof to                          , aod in default of so doing
yon will be proceeded   againit under the provisions of the Municipal Bye-Law to regulate
Ihe sanitary condition of the City, 186S.
LUMLBY  FRANKLIN,
Mayor of Ibe Ciiy of Victoria.
This tenth day of July, 1866.
William Lhoh, Town Clerk.
New Advertisements.
WILSON  &   MURRAY,
GKOOERS,
Provision, Wine & Sj.iiit Merchant!),
BAKERS I CONFECTIONERS,
FORT ST., VICTORIA, V. I.
SHIPPING"SUPPLIED.
_ i»j
THLT1
J.    SPENCER,
HOUSE AND SHIP
PLUMBER,
Gas -fitter and Bell-hanger,
Corner Yates and  Government streets.
All branches of the above business practically done with neatness and despatch, a1
charges to correspond with the times.
TOBACCO PLANT
ARRIVAL OF ANOTHER CARGO FROM
Virginia & Cuba,
VIA 'A8P1SWALL,
Of the Hast  Celebrated Brands of
TOBACCO   &   SEGARS
EVER IMPORTED
Samples can ba had at  the '< ADELPH',"
corner Yates and Government streets.
I also carry on the business al my OLD
STAND on JOHNSON STREET and WADDINGTON ALLEY.
F. tUII'W II,,
jy2 AOELPHI SEQAR STORE.
EX   FIDELITER
A Choice Lot of Bacon
Just   Arrivcd>
For Sale by
iy 2
P.   Gilligan,
STORE STRRRT.
The "Grotto,"
OPPOSITE THE TELEGRAPH OFFICE.
For a glass of choice liquor go  to the
" Grotto,"
There  " none but the best '' yon  will
find is the motto.
Mint Julepi", Sherry Cobblers—cverylhing
cooling ;
Come yc that do thirst, you will find its
no fooling.
 Jy a
THE PI03STEER
ICE CREAM,
—FROM THE—
PACIFIC TELEGRAPH HOTEL,
IS AGAIN IN THE FIELD.
rrtHE PROPRIETOR IS PREPARED TO
L supply, as usual, his customers, parties,
balls, etc., at moderate rates.
PACIFIC TELEGRAPH HOTEL,
jy3 Store street
HATANACIGARS.
LEWIN &  ANTHONY,
TOBACCONISTS.
47 Tates St., Brick Store
Next to Corner of Government St.,
BEG TO INFORM THEIR FRIENDS AND
tne pnblic in general that they will constantly receive by every steamer a good as-
sortmentot Genuine Havana Uigara
and the Best Brands of Tobacco,
imported direct for this market, so that tbey
are able to compete wilh any hrnse on this
Island, either Wholesale or Retail.
N.   B'—Special   attention will be paid to
Country ordtrs.
HE1MA.V LEWIN.     |     LOUIS ANTHONY.
ti*
E VE WL NG TELEGRAPH
GENERAL
■Job   Printing
ESTABLISHMENT
Langley Street, Victoria,
The  Printing  Office
or THE
EVENING
TELEGRAPH
Office ii replete with every appliance
and variety of material for the
Execution of
LETTER PRESS  FEINTING!
In all its branches, whether
Plain or Ornamental
MiuctW-^n
eou.i.
THE OFFICE ATMS at securing
suet speedy Execution of orders as is
consistent with correct and elegant Workmanship.
Orders received for Printing
Books,
Business Cuds,
Pamphlets
Invoices,!
Cataloguei
Bill Heads,
Sermon),
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.
3>totio:e
Ship Mohawk, Capt- Davie*, from London
EITHER  THE   CAPTAIN   NOR
tbe undersigned will be responsible for any debts that may be contracted by the crew of the above ship.
jyl5 HENRY NATHAN.
Agent for the vessel.
EXPRESS LINE STAGES.
rr*BK COACHES (.? THIS LINE W Co
A. w>w rua r«gul«.)jp i<m»jng Yale, b. C
on
Monday,
WetlEeidaye,
*«d Frlflaya,
AT 7, A. M.,
FOR   SAVAfcA'ft    FCBBV
(Big Bend Route), until the complrtiou ol the
read, when they will K0 to Havana's Kerry,
The Coach for Car.boo will leave Yale ou
Monday.
jy 1 F. J. RAilNtRD.
CHARLES    BERNARD,
Manufacturer and Dealer tn
FAMILY QURTRES COFFEE.
And Spleen of all klnda,
No. 707, Sansome street, corner Odd,
Between Jackson and Pacific.
Firit Premium awarded by the Mechanise' In-
ttitule, for ths best Cofes and Spites.
The proprietor having Introdnced Steam
Power in hl« Manufactory, ha now increased
facilities to supply the trade and the public in
general. All articles from bis Establishment
are guaranteed to be puieand unadulterated.
Tbe public are respectlnlly invited to call and
convince themselves Country orders promptly
attended to. h *
$50   REWARD.
THE ABOVE REWARD WILL  BE PAID
to any person recovering the ratmey nnd
Deposit  Receipt for $M0 on  the  Bank   ol
British North America, stolen from  the Coal
Pit at Nanaimo on Wednesday, Jnly 4th.
GEORGE WALSH,
jy9 3w» Nanaimo      I
(SEWING MACHINES,)
^_l^,•'yst»«t,Ml»,
■ana-Tke Km* >.!.> il tba nlr lUctiaa IMS'
•01 tm all kiub of cbtk with ill kioii otilw».d.
t&- YS.OOO-9B
MACHINES SOLD   IN TWO YEARS
The almost incredible increase In the sale of
the Singer Machine during the past two years
is owing to the popularity of the LETTER A
TRANSVERSE SHUTTLE Family Machine,
wbich was introduced in I860, since which
time it bas earned nnd established a repute-
tion for family uses equal to the celebrated
manufacturing machines ol this Firm, which
are generally acknowledged, even by dealers
in otlier Sewing Machines, to be unequalled
for sucb purposes.
i&- NO OTHER Family Sewing Machine
has such perfect and Improved appliances for
Ruffling, Hemming, Binding, Felliog, Tacking,
Gathering, Guaging, Braidia.-, i or ng, Q lt-
ing, etc,
t&" All persons requiring nformation
about our Sewing Machines, their i izes. Prices,
Working Capacities, end the best method of
purchasing, can obtain it by sending for a copy
of the
SINGER   MANUFACTURING    COMPANY S
ILLOSTRATED   PAKPIILIT,
Which is entirely devoted  to the subject.   It
will ba sent gratis, with specimens of work.
Local Agent* vented in every Town.
WILLIAM B     DRICK
General Agent tor the Singer Manf g Co.
iJi
General News Agent
J. Stratman.
EMPIRE NEWS DEPOT
Cor. Washington & Sansome st?.
Han Francisco.
THE ADTlRTISER is prcpnred to Supp'y
with punctuality and celerity theannritd
newspapers and periodicals upon the following
terms All orders, to rectivc immrdiate attention, must be accompanied by cash remittance,
and handed in previous to the 4th, 14th, and
24th of each month.
London Daily Time* $14 00
The Field  11 00
"      lllu.trxl-d Timet _  TOO
<*      WcekljTImei.. - ...      7 00
«       Boll'a Life tn London 14 00
■      Weekly PtjpMch 14 01)
•<      III. Newioril.e Woild  14 OO
•'       I'ublie Opinion  (60
•     Index ( I'm Trade) 14 no
'■       III Bportinf N'exm  100
"       Spectator 14 00
»       Ke-iew   1400
"      Balurday Keview  14 00
Pnbl<" Kslion ISno
Ixmdb-i lllu»lr«l«l News  14 00
Atlacfc Konthl; 100
Blackpool's MtgHtiiie 3 00
ltarp-r''Hagattne     . .'. I....100
Sixiwnny Maguine  ........1«1
Knickerbocker W.
Pteillc N inlMj.    ..■•".... SOo
Goilev'.l'tdifttBook 100
MatMal Bon a oo
ContinenUI Migailne-., '. SOO
Madam PttuoMea'a vionthlv , 9 00
r. Lcilie''n-n Family ltagaime 100
CbaraVen' Edinburgh   ouraal .......4 00
Monthly pap«ra, Once a   week 6 00
• ■•        <•      Allth«T««r Honn4..,..»..6 0O
Ttisck.ra.'a ComhilI.Magazine SOC
London Lancet .- ....COO
Q. A.  Sala'l Temple B-'ir II 00
London Society  HafaitDO ....4 t.l
Pt Jatues Macuine, 6 00
E.llabnrgh Review I»00
London . Ke\tew 10 00
KotthBrltiah Renew 10 00
ifeetmiti'ler Ret lew 10 00
l«J» Art Jooraal ...It 00
Ko-Xl.":   ?.= .!HiuJ(--         1000
i
; Fact*   mid   scrap*.
I?l'iini\o     r   j   Cooi.II   Ship—67.
Lives Lost—'1 lie Italian ship ffapoleot
Cauevero Bailed fioji Macao on tlio 6tit
of Murch, with a crew of 40, nud G03
coolie emigrants, bound to Cal/ao. Part
of the cargo consisted of 8,000 boxes of
Chinese fire crackers. A few hours after
leaving port the officers of the ship discovered thnt there was a plot among the
coolies to poison thetn, anil that 200 had
agreed to revolt anl if possible capture
the ship. Some of the ringleaders were
flogged, while others were placed in irens.
At i o'clock the next day the interpreter
reported to tho chief mate, A. F. Faw,
that the coolies Intended to revolt ot &
o'clock. To tho captain of the vessel
they denied any such intention and the
provisions were served to them. At a
quarter past 6 o'clock tlio coolies revolted
and broke up the sleeping benches, into
which they hud driven updtcs for wenpons
They also had several knives, spades and
two cutlisses token from t.ie men on
guard. The crew fired upon them, und,
nfter iihout 30 hud been shot, the Captain
called upon litem to surrender, Tiiey refused and set lire lo some stuff iu the
hold of the vessel, prob.bly thinking that
the crew would rush down the halciiwny
to extinguish it, giving Ihe coolies below
a chance to l'o upon deck Bnd join their
control's. Tne lire rapidly increased
and the coolies again refused to surrender.
Tivo houts were lowered and swamped ;
'but a third wns lowered in safety nnd
several of the crew got into it and put
off from the ship's sido The captain,
route and supercargo were saved by swimming to one of the swamped boats, from
whith they were taken by the crew in the
third bout lowered; but tlio doctor,
storekeeper, interpreter und several others
of the crew perished. At 10 o'clock
that night the vessel blew up, the Ore
having reached that part of tho hold in
which tho 8,000 boxc3 of Chinese lire
crackers were stowed, nnd nil those on
board perished.—Boston Traveller,
Intricacies of the English Language.—The construction of the English
language must, appear most formidable to
a foreigner. One of them, looking at a
picture of n number of vessels, said :
" See, what n (lock of ships I " lie wus
told that n flock of ships was culled a
fleet, and that a fleet of sliecp was called
a flock. And it wns udded, for his
guidance iu mastering the intricacies of
our language, that ' flock of girls i»
called a bevy, that a bevy of wolves is
called a pack, and a pack of thieves is
called a. gang, and a gang of angels is
called a host, und a host of porpoises is
called a shoal, and a shoal of buffaloes is
called a herd, and a herd of children is
called a troop, and a troop of partridges
is called a covey, and a covey of beauties
is called agalnxy, nnd a galaxy of ruffians
is called a horde, and a horde of ruhbish
is called a heap, and a heap of oxen is a
drove, and a drove of blackguards is
called a aio'i, and a mob of whales is
called a school, and a school of worship*
pers is colled a congregation, and o congregation of engineers is called o corps,
and a corps of robbers is called a band,
and a band of locusts is cnlled a swarm,
and a swarm of people is called a crowd.'
The Stow of the Blasphemous Hoy
Struck Blind.—The fensation story
from Brighton about a boy being struck
blind for blasphemy turns out, notwithstanding tho circumstantiality of Ihe
details, to be a fabrication. One of the
Brighton papers, the Examiner, has
taken some pains to arrive at tbo facts,
if there were any underlying the tale,
ond publishes the following as tho result
of its investigations:—" It appears that
on Sunday week a large number of boys
went by roil io Ilassock's Gate for the
purpose of spending the day in bird's
nesting. After walking about all dnv,
tbey were about to return home, wlie'n
one of them, a lad named Jeffery, living
at 29 Sun Street, Edward Street, complained Ui one of his companions thnt he
could not see. Ho wns tuken to the
Hassock's Inn, where be remained till
the train storied in the evening for
Brighton. Ho was placed in the carriage, ond before he reached Brighton
the boy was all right, and what he suffered was probably owing to over
exertion.'
J.ost his Snuff.—A Scotchman had
reason to perform a journey to London.
Beside him in the train was a fellow-
passenger, with whom he entered into
conversation, nnd soon the twain became
quite intimate During the pause in the
conversation, the genileman reached back
his hand in the direction of the pnekct in
his swallow-tail coat, saying .• ' I believe
we must buvo snuff.'' On th s, -Sawnie,
by a series of vigorous blows, immediately
proceeded to put his nose in order for the
reception of the titilaling bevernge ; but
after thoroughly searching all his pockeis
in vain, the gentleman wns at last obliged
to conclude he had unforinnately for-
gotten his snuff-box on leaving home
With Ihe most utter dismay pictured in
bis countenance, Sawnie, on hearing this
announcement, cast a reproachful look at
the gentleman, exclaiming : ' My God
man, what made ye do that ? I had as
much in my nose as wud bae kerried me
to Lunnun I''
FACTS vs THE0BLE8.
" Give me a place to rest my lever on,"
says Archimedes, "and I will move ,'he
world." " Give me pure and unadulterated
drugs," says Medicus, of the olden lime,
"and I will cure disease."
In one sense, both of these learned pundits
were the veriest charlatans. Tbey knetv there
was no place to rest their lever on, either to
move the world or cure disease. Mechanism
was in a backward state, and the medical profession was but another name for sorcery,
and all the adjuncts of magic filters and
charms ot tbe " evil eye," 4c.
But these latter days have borne unto us
something more than even superstition and
its crew ever dreamt of in tbeir maddest phi-
losophy. In these days of praclical science,
what wns theory of yesterday ir fact to-day,
aud all tbe old time notions become as bubbles
in the sun, and burst and break wilh every
breath wc draw.
Lit Archimedes shoulder his lever and we
will find a resting place for it to move the
world. Let mine ancient Medicus pant and
[oil no more for the drugs he so sorely needs,
lor we hate them at our hand, ever ready to
serve them at his beck.
Refined in the laboiatory of Dr. Maguel,
the finest materials known In the medical pro
fession are obtainable by any on'. His
llillious, Dyspeptic, and Diarrhoea Pills stand
unriralled,*and his Salve operates with msgi-
rnl effect upon hurts, scalds, and all acres and
ulcers of the skin.
In fact, we think Magoiei/s Pills and Salve
are the wonder of tbis century, and we nre
nappy in the thought that many others of our
brethren of the crnlt agree with us. We would
earnestly counsel that all families provide
themselves with Dr Maggiel's Prepaiations ai
once, and keep them ready nt band, so as to
use thera at the most opportune time and ns
occasion serve.*.— Valley Sentinel.
New Advertisements.
New Advertisements
Alhambra
BILLIARD SALOON,
CORNER COVERYIIEIT AXD MTES STS. '
tTP-STAIRS.
Entrance on Yates Street.
jy 3-lm
J. P. DAVIES & GO,,
AUOTIONEKnS *  COM MISSION   MKH
CHANT*.     feulcAi-oom,    Fireproof   Stone
Oulldlng, AVhurf Street, near Tates.
Cash    Advances    on   Merchandise   for
Sals.
jy 2
WILLIAM   LYONS,
SHiiPiPinsro
— AND—
Commission     Agent,
On tbo Oorner of
Wharf and Johnson Streets.
jy3-Im
CARRIAGE  PAINTING
IN  ALL ITrf BRANCHES,
Yates Street,
Between Deluge Engine House
and the International Hotel.
Work   solicited,  and   done   on   the most
reasonable terms by
W. M. KEOHAN
jy 11-1m
RED LION HOTEL,
GOVERNMENT STREET.
'yllF.   ABOVE-XAMEP   HOTEL   HAVING
J. been opened by
JOE     Er?E3ST,
He will be happy to meet bis  Iriends  on all
occasions, an   wi 1 furnish tbem with
tbe best of
Wine?5 Liquors, AJe, Porter, &c .
and (igars-
BOAItD AND LODGING! PER DAY $1.
ggf Bagatelle and Skitt'es.
Call and see tbo establishment.     JOE presides ond keeps order. jy 10
Mi-cellaneous.
USTOTIOIE,
ST.   LOUIS    COLLEGE
"WIXiL     EE-OPEN
On Monday, 6th /ugust-
6-1 m
Miscellaneous.
WARM WEATHER!
ICE!   ICE!   ICE!
a     LUXURY   WITHIN THE   REACH   OF
A all, supplied by
\LEX.    PHILLIPS,
FORT STREET,
To say nothing about Ginger Beer, Lemonade,
or Soda Water with it.
■ The way to keep cool.
hi
A. & W. WILSON,
Home and Ship Plumbers
GASFITTERS,
BELL-HANGERS & TINSMITHS
FORT   STKKET.
All orders promptly attended to
iy2
'Mary,' asked Charles, • what animal
dropped from the clouds?' ' The rain,
dear,' wm the whispered reply.
Mrs.   He in
KEEPS   CONSTANTLY ON  HAND   THK
latest fashions iu
MILLINERY,
 AT—
Prices to  Suit the Times,
GOVERNMENT    STR    T
Between Fcrt and Bronghton. jT 0
L.    BETTMAN,
DEALER IN PRY GOODS, GROCERIES
BOOTS AND SHOES, 4., ke., 4c.
MARTIN    BROS.,
IMPORTERS  OF
Groceries and Provisions,
FIREPROOF BUILDING,
LATELY OCCUPIED BY L'HOTELIER 4 Co,
WHARF       STREET.
 jv 6
B E M O V A L.
Tho wtll knowo
JEWELRY ESTABLISHMENT
— OF—
J. L. JUNGERMAN,
Has been removed to his NEW STORE
IN  THK
Masonic   Buildings,
(.llHIIVtllVI   STREET,
it it •
Olympia, W- T.
A   Triumph    of    Science
—iXD—
T3E  LIGHT   OP   THE   WORLD
DR. MAGGIEL'S
PILLS   & SALVE.
Theno L;fe-p!ving rnme' >| are nuw, for tbe flr t
tlinf, (r vu i pub| civ to Ui- w r it. For over aijuaitor
tf a tentury of private practice the fngredimiB io theie
Life-Giving puis
H'iv™ ben uflert with the jrreitest Mtrcen*. Th'ir
miKBi'ii ii n tony io i r»-v«-nt . Ii>-m<>. but to cure
They t-e rcb otl th variom maltfiiei by >h,ch tho
patient i» mffi'.-lng, and re invigorate* fe alJiiu
synicm. T itiK a<erf mnl infirm a iew duioi of tin-bo
valuable FlLt.8 will, rove lobe
A VERY FOUNTAIN CF YODTH,
Frr in every ca*e t^ey add new life nnd vita'lty, a*d
e*t>ro the wmi^H m/glen lo their ' rlstine lute. Tu
the uinng nn I mi dl * nfsd th<y will pr*ve most in
VmIu He, a* a rtii y, specific and iter in* medicine,
ere U a dream rualized, thu P.mce.de-Lenn tough'
for tb ro hundred v»'ar.i ago, and never f piuI. ■ e
lookid fora 1 uniain that would rt»tore the o d to
tigor aud make - outh ever
.Au Eternal Spring-1
It wan left for this diy nnd hour to realize the dream,
and thow in one glorious Uct tbe magic that u.ade
i* fair.
THESE FAMOUS  REMEDIES
Cannot attv thf flijrht oT yearn, hut they can force back,
aiv hold "loot, diKeaHL'i hat mi.t,tlrl tuph ove* tlifl
ag tl and the ^oun,;. Lei n-ne heaitite then, bill
»»iz« the titrable opportunity ihat offers. When take.,
as itie.ciibt'd—
Fcr Billious Disorders
Nothing cau le more p-oducMee of curf than these
PUli —riicir atnxwt m gin infliienee In felt at o m ;
nnd ihe UHual cue mitantt > f thi-t m, at diatn saint.'
disease ar" removed. Thet-e remidfei aru made Irom
tbe ]>i.rest
VEGETABLE COMPOUNDS.
Th y will not harm tho mnfit delicate female, and
ca i be ri ■ n with good effect iu prescribed deuen to
the youngest babe.
For Cutaneous Disorders
Ami nil em ti niof (he akin, 'ho SALVE ts m.vt in
valuable. It does n t lual < xiemaliy at»u , bul p<ne-
tr «es with the moit * archiug elLcin to the very loot
of tha evil.
DR. MAGGIEL'S PILLS
Invariably cure the following Diseases :
Asthma,
Buwel Complaints,
LConthjL
Ci.id«,
Chest Di eases,
Coshvenesa,
D^pepBit,
Diarrh a,
Dronsy,
D^lHty,
Fever and Aft e.
Female "Tomplaint*,
headache,
IndiL' stlon,
Infl te  7. t.
In flam m tlon,
In«*ard WVakne«n,
Li er C<>m,>lai"t,
Luwi.e-*o( Spirits,
Rinjrwitrm,
Kheumat sm,
bait ■ 1 enm,
Scalds,
Skin Di i case*.
4gr* VOTICE.— Vonegenrine without the enirrared
trade-mark -ro'ind eaeh pot or box, signed hv DR. J.
MAiGIrJ,, 43 Fulton ttreet) New • ork, lo counter fe t
whi h is teloiiv.
43" Sold hy nil resnectnbte D'alera in Vedirines
thniuirhoiit the United S.atea and t'anida-— at 25 ci-ni-
perbox or pot,
A. C. Langley & Co.,
Agents for Vancouver Isluttd and British
Columbia.
jy a
VICTORIA, V. I.
)yO
Sporborg &  .Rueff,
COMMISSION   MERCHANTS,
Importers and Wholesale Dealers io
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS,
Boots   and   Shoes,
Wharf street. Victoria, V. i. jy 2
Jesse  Cowper,
Miscellaneous.
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
BOOTS AND SHOES,
LEATHER,
—AND—
SHOE    FINDINGS,
YATES    STREET,
OPPOSITE WELLS, FARGO & C
At the old stand of Webster k Co., 11
prepared to supply the wauls of lite
public iu his line.
The latest Stvles
Received by every urtival from Enslai ■
and San Francisco. fv2
BRITISH    PERIODICALS.
The London Quarterly Review (Conservative).
The Edinburgh Review (Whig)
The Westminster Review (Radical)
The North British Review (Free Church)
— AND—
Blackwcod's Edinburgh Kagazine (Tory)
3NTOTZOJE.
IT HAVING I5EEN CIRCULATED IN THE
Town that I, tbe iiiiilertiKued, have made
a Deed or Aeeigumeut fur ilie litiielit of vaj
Creditors, I lieg most positively to auure ay
Irieuds and the public tbat such is not Ibe
case, or is it likely lo be sn, and I am still
piepared to execute all commission;, collect
reins, debts, ke., witb my uiual promptness
aud despatch.
PAWS CARTER,
Keut and Debt Collector, General Agent, *c,
No. 1 Fort Nt., Victoria V. I.,
jy20* Opposite '< Tbe Hall."
Tbo Tour IWiewn rp-puhlithed liy Md*™. rmTT &
Co., art* epnt-rnl y vo itdflVfd' an tin* Oicat Riflfeirt.
«n.i Blinkwourt h:vt liccn j'lmly ] laced in thv laini'
r.uik. M'hopver dinjiuni-eH with r< ad ns pn licatifltnof
tliin cliU'B, whatuvtr mav be hi-i von**r*ti i < f"rm itinn,
w'il too i bff nlto?«*tliHr l.'eliind tnfl tiinw   in which Up
'ivph—mid tn i dose tiiiM'H u.   jn'..-o ■ niiiv      get veiy
farhel'ini. Th"V m >y lie tpad and itudietl with a"-
vanfa-c by ilie people of tills coJiitry, ol' cycry creed
and [irtrty.
par PLACKWOOn Is iinumallf attrtetWe st Ihfn
thii" to Americans, not only f m lt< .ieri I artiflep by
tlMintiuirh"d writortnr iif-i) n. bul for he arc urn (ir
ihe lata civil w r. now being wiittori ly C I. Von
B'trke, a (if man officer, chief- f-htaff m Gen. J. E. U.
tuart, of thu Confederate army.
TERMS   FOR   18CG.
For any one  of tho b'evlewa SI per annum
F'»r mi two of ihi* Jtevicwa  7 "
For any Ihne of the I t'vietra.. 10 ''
Forallfour of (be Ueviewn , 13 "
Fja Blackiro-d'f ^Ia^i(>x:n•  4 "
For Blackwood and  "tic Revl w  7 "
For   Bin ktri-od and any two of tho   He-
vl«we 10 "
For I l*ckwo d and three of tho KaVl««g..U "
For Blackwood aud ihe four Kovlewi 15 '*
CLUBS.
A discount of twenty per rent. wi'T l>e a'lowed to cluba
pf four or more perrons. Titua, f.*ur c pies o'
Blarkwrod. or ofon« ■ evlew nill be «ent to one ad-
tires* orAlSJO* 1'oiir d.pjtg of the four Ke views and
Blackwood, fur $48, and ao on.
POSTAGE.
When aont by mail, the Postags to pny part of the
Unit* d t tea wi 1 be ut tarttDl.o-iotir centra year for
" lack wood," and but eight cent! a year for each of
the Ktviewi.
Ke.'uced Prices for previous years.
Sutncrlber* mny obtnin the Reprints imraeaiately
preci'diug- 18(6, as lull, w*, viz. :
Blackwood from 8-ptf m er. W\. to December, l&f&
Inclusive, at the rate of $2 60 a year.
The North British fr< m Jinimry. 1868, to T>errmber
1 fi5, iiieliit-ivu ; tlie EdinburQh   nd tne Westminster tr. m
p II. 1804, to Decern-e', IPS', inelu |v«. m.d tin
London Quarterly lur the yenr 18 5, at the rate of $1 ,-jO
a year lor each or any   eti w.
#jg- A few O'-piea yet r m in ofaH Ihe four Reviews
for j8t;3.it *4» set, nr il tO for anyone.
JLEOWARD   SCOTT   &   CO.,
Publishers, 38  Walker Street, N* T.
L. S. & Co., nlao publish the
FAJElJMT.F'Tl'S C3-XJIDE
By IIk.v«t Stepiij.vs. of Edinburgh, and tlie t»rf J. p.
.Mihtuv, I Y Ir "lll»L'*. 2 vol,. Kojrai Ootmvo, 1C0O
pupes.Ht d ntnneiou.4   Kngravin;!*
Price $7 for ths two rolnmef—b/ lUil, pell paid,
|8 0a jjSJ
THEAIRE
Photographic Gallery
(UP  STAIRS).
'IMS GAU.KHV, LONG AND FAVOR-
1 ably known t'j Vlcturinnfl and strangen,
bas facilities In the way of light, muterUlt,
ke., ami tbe experience of the proprleiar enables bim to furnish Curies de Visile, Ambro-
tvpes, and photographic work ot superior
iuish uuei|uulled by any other bouse in town,
and nt An low piiices as other ebtablisu-
mekt8 charge for common and inferior
piciures—in fact at prices to gait tbe timet.
Cartes de Visite, - - $5 per Doz-
Out door work attended to at short notice,
and on tbe most reasonable terms.
GEORGE   ROBINSON,
jy 0 1'roprietor.
THE  ONE THING   WANTED.
HOLLOWAY'S PILLS.
The Blood.
Theso famous pills are so composed tha
they opemte wholesomely on the siomach, the
lirer, the bowels, and olher organs; by correcting any derangements in their functions,
whereby a steady supply of pure materials lor
the renewal of the lilood is furnished, and a
constant abstraction of effete products is effected. This perfect circulation thus becomes
Ihe very fountain of health nnd lile, nnd orer-
eoiues all form of disease wherever its situa.-
tlon.
General Disorder* ol Ihe Liver
and Slouiach.
All who ever indulge a' table, either in eaN
ng or drinking, should take tihout ten of thes-
fninous pills ui bed time, from which viillree
suit n clear head and good stomach the fill w-
ing morning. Thousands of Ladies are always complaining of sick headaches, want o
appetite, want of energy, and want of strength,
to cotrect nil these evils, ihree or fi.ur ol these
Pilli should be taken twice a week, when Ihey
wduIiI give the invalid .no htalth anil appetiw
of a ploughman.
FcinalCM of all Apex and Classes
Obstructions of any kind, either in yonng
or those between forty nnd fifty—thr- most orit-
icnl pciiod of life—may he radically tema.-.d
by using theso Pilli according to the printed
directions which nccumpnny each box. Younn
persons wilh sickly and sallow complexions
mny huve (lie blnom ol health restored by thi?
correelive, wi icli purifies the blood nnd expels uli gross und impure humors from thefys-
tera. Beware then of the critical age fron
forty to fifty, us it sends many thousands to
premature grove,—tbese I'ills'should t>e takci
u thut period of lile two or three tin.es *
leek
Want or Strength nnd [Energy-
Persons of sedentary habits, or those troubled in mind, working in Factories or Coal
I'its, who cannot obtain thnt amount of frest
air nnd exercise which nature requires, suffer
frum weakness and dclilily, lowness 6f spirit
nnd want of appetite. All such should take t
Jose or two of theso Pills every three or fom
days, as they act gently and effectunlly on tbe
system and impart vigor nnd energy to tbe
body, which is always followed by a good
appetite, sound nnd refreshihg sleep, and •
high flow of spirits.
For the Cure of Dropsy.
The cflic icy of Hullowny's Pills in Dropsy
is extraordinary. They act with such a peculiar effect upo-i the system, that the fluidf
causing this direlul complaint, are peieeptibl
carried off and prorented from nny furlhei
accumulation. The suflciet r-gains a buoyancy of spiiits and rejoices in a completely
renovated constitution. It Is indispensably
necessary tbat the (liniment should bj most
effectunlly rubbed inio the complaining par'-fl
during the whole course of treatment.
Children und their Allmentr.
In no country iu the world ore more children
rnrried to an early grave than in Great Brilaiu.
Coughs, Measles, Scarlatina, Fevers, and other
discuses attack Ibe little sufferers, apd death,
but too ollen, follows nt .» rapid pace; j-et if
at the first stage ol these complaints, patents
were to have recourse to Hollowny's Pl||j. all
danger would be avoided, for the stomach
and bowels wouH tie gently but effectually
cleansed bv this milu aperient; the depraved
numors correctea ana tne secretions dniy regulated. A perfect cure would loon b«i effected, and the 1'ttle patient restored to loan''
health.
Female Irregular- Pcrofu'aorKlny %
Holloway1 Pi. r we the best known remedy in tht
world to the following diseases:
Fold at tbe Vatrtbilsliment of Profes«or Ilollowar 241
i<lrand, (ntar Tennle Bar.) I. nrton ; ala- by all rwptct'
able Drngira'j and Dealers In Mc Icinrithroughout tha
eiTllizcd world, nt the tallowing inlets— li lu A on
la, M., lis., 22a., and 33a. I acb box.
ken*
Asthma
Hilliou.-Co-pltilnt-
Blotrhet   ou   th
ekin
Bowel complaints
Colic
Constipation of the
Bowla
Conaa mt tlon
DktHUty
Dropny
llytcntrj
Erjaipelas
I le.
Fever of all kind
Kill
• out
II, nd Aeha
liulige.lios
lullammallon
.Mi.iid.re
l.iier Complaints
LO'nbauO
rile
KhcumatlKm
Be.colioo ef Urfne
Evil
■■"re Throats
'lone anil UraTa
Secondary byinp-
Ionia
itC'Doloreux
Tui.iort
Ulcera
Vei.ereal     a0<s
lions
Worms    of   a
kindA
Weakneia    from
whatever causa
***   Ttiero ts  a considerable  saving by taking tha
irgpr sizes. B
I'irectmiKfor tlieguidrnco of patleutl in evert d^ior
der arc afllxed to each box. f
Printed and Published by JicClOM k Co.,a»
the office, Langley Street. tM
(BbtnhxQ   \%t\t%rxt$t
A
WKDNBiDAV BVBN1NU, AUGUST l,1888-
RESPONSIBLE   ©OVEB.VJ<GXT.
Of all the serious and mi^bievous
blunders which bave been r' various
timei made in the Aseembly o» Vancouver
Island, the destruction yeste<aaT °f tlle
Responsible Government Resolutions is
undoubtedly the areatf* For the first
time' in the btitotf' ot the colony the
people had a cban(e ot obtaining responsibility iu the Gortfnment of tbe country
—for the first timo^ey hod an opportn-
nitjr of carrying od> the measures which
tbey bave so long Remanded bnt in vain ;
everythiug else th»t has been done or
thought of was subsidiary to this,—and
yet we find men either ignorantly or wilfully overthrowing the proposition. As
we have shown before the mere removal
of Governor Kennedy and his advisers is
nothing. It is 0f no earthly use onr
petitioning Her Majesty's Government for
a new Governor and a new official staff, if
we are to continue to work with the present machinery. With Responsible Gov.
eminent we care not wbo is the Queen's
representative. He can virtually '' do no
wrong.1' The representatives of the
people are then tbe parties accountable for
the government of the country. And yet
we find members of tbe Assembly wbo have
on vnrions occasions tbe present session
given in their adhesion to this system of
government—who have subscribed to addresses praying for such a system—coming
forward • with a resolution declaring that
the House should not take tbe matter
under discussion for six months—in other
words, tbat the House should not consider the question at all. This was the motion yesterday of Dr. Dickson. The resolution, fortunately for the character of tbe
House, was defeated ; but tbe attempt
to burke tbis effort to obtain responsibility in tbe government of the country
is on record none the less. Tbe excuse
for lueh conduct put forward by the
mover is tbe veriest moonshine. The
hon. gentleman said be was not oppose d
to ] Responsible Government, but be
wanted to seo the " want of confidence"
resolutions go borne. If he did not want
to oppose Responsible Government, on
what ground did be move tbe "six
months' hoist ?'' A simple postponement
of tbe question so that the matter could
have come on at any time, would have
answered all the ostensible purposes. Or
why did be not accept a 'member's
suggestion yesterday in tbe House to put
the motion to forward the " want of confidence'' resolutions first, and discuss the
other question afterwards ? This wonld
not suit; no reasonable proposition to
get the country oat of its political difficulties would suit; and so we bad, wben
the question came on in Committee, a
combined effort to kill the attempt to
remedy the glaring evils in our Constitution.
The effort to get np a cry abont keep.
ing tbe "want of confidence1' resolutions
was to lay the least disgraceful, There
is not a member in the Honse but knew
that these resolutions could be forwarded
any day before the departure of the mail
steamer, and there is not a member but
knew they could not be forwarded sooner.
Had the gentlemen who opposed the
subject of Responsible Government yesterday passed tbe resolutions submitted to
them, we sbonld have known to-day
whether we were to have our Constitution
altered to suit. the requirements of the
colony or not. If His Excellency
showed any opposition to tbe scheme
the House would bave been, we believe,
a unit in forwarding the resolutions borne
by the first mail. As it is, the imprudent
action of those wbo threw out the constitutional proposition yesterday bas
tended to destroy all harmony in the
Honse, and to injure the best interests of
tbe colony. It is no wonder it meets, on
this account, with the support of our
morning contemporary. When anything
tends to injure the popular cause—whether
it be the avaricioosness of a Bishop, the
extravagance and unconstitutional acts of
ft Governor, tbe ruinous efforts of land
speculators, or any of the thousand attempts wbich bave been made in the
colony to crush or cheat tbe inhabitants
—we shall find tbe shiftless Chronicle,
like an inane poodle, setting np its feeble
and contemptible yelp in support of tbe
measure. For tbe last week it bas been
puzzling its faculties to uhow not what
rights the people possess, nor the privileges
to wbicb tbey are legally entitled, but how
impotent they are, and how des'rahle it
is tbey should remain so—puzzling its
feeble brain to prove that we are touch
better under the irresponsible rule of
Governor Kennedy and his officials, tban
under a body of men wbo would be immediately responsible to the House of
Assembly and tlie people of tbe colony ;
and characterizing every effort to take
from tbe preseut Executive its arbitrary
power, and to improve tbo condition of the
country as " corrupt." The specimen of
the animal creation wbich most excites
our loathing is tbe hissing reptile ; and
the most detestible creature in human
form is its counterpart,—the thing that
is so debased that it bas nothing but the
" hiss '' for every net of public men who
are striving for the public good.
New Advertisements.
The Colonial Market.
JOHNSON   STREET,
(opposite    omental   alley,)
Will be re-omened on
Saturday,    August    4th.
Tbe market nill be constantly supplied
witb the best quality of articles required for
the family table. Fresh supplies received
daily.
au 1 N. V. LANGE.
NEW   WESTMINSTER
GAME   DEPOT,
YATES   ST.,
Next door to the corner of Government,
opposite Zelner's Drug Store.
THE SUBSCRIBER IIAVING MADE AR-
rangeraents to receive from different
parties the produce of the Island and country
will be prepared to furnish
Game,
Fish,
Fruits.
Poultry,
Eggs   and   Vegetables,
Each and all in  their season, at tbe lowest
prices.
JST1 Fraser River Salmon by each steamer.
JAMES   ALLE1L
jy 31-lm
Oriental Restaurant,
YATES   STREET,
In connection with the Oriental Hotel.
rjMUS  ESTABLISH II ENT   IS   OPEN AT
X   ALL HOURS OF THE DAY OR NIGHT1
THB    TABLE
Will be furnished with the best tbe market
affords.
Breakfast,
Dinner,
Supper
At moderate prices,
Oysters  in   every   Style.
Private Rooms for small or large parties.
Call and judge for yourselves. jy 30-Ira
UNION HOTEL,
Corner Bastion and Langley sts-
THE PROPRIETOR RESPECTFULLY IN-
forms tho public, that the above  named
Hotel  is   new  open   for  the   reception  of
Boarders.
Terms :
Board and Lodging per week $10 00
Board without Lodging 8,00
The Hotel
Is located in the most central part of the city,
being in the immediate vicinity of the principal Business Houses, the Theatre and other
places of amusement in the city.
The Table
Will be supplied with all the delicacies that
onr markets afford.
An early application is necessary as only a
limited number of boarders will be taken, it
being tbe intention of the Proprietor to do all
in liis power to promote the comfort of those
wbo may favor him with their patronage.
REFERENCE   REQUIRED.
T. H. lie OANN, Proprietor.
Victoria, V. I, July 30th. 1866.        jy 30
New Advertisements.
IS THE NAME OF THE
ISTEW    SALOON
JUST OPENED IN
Long ley   Street,   round  the
corner from Yatea street,
In the building formerly occupied   by   the
Saloon of Kuiuhakdt's Hotil.
The Saloon bas been tastefully refitted,
and will be supplied with the [
FIRST    QUALITY   OP
Wines   and  Liquors.
The proprietor respectfully invites the public lo call "ROUND THE CORNER" and
judge for themselves.
jy29 JACOB   UERKIMER.
Sea Baths!  Sea Baths!!
25 cents.        25 cents.
THE  UNDERSIGNED   BEGS  LKAVB TO
inform tbe public tbat he has established
a first-class
Salt-Water    Bath-House,
Moored just above Douglas Foundry.
N. II — liatliers taken to the Bath-house free
of charge, by boats from the feot of Johason
street.
Pair Between tbe bouri of 1 and 4 p.m. tbe
Bath-house will be open for ladies only.
jy IS JOHN   IIK.II>.
NOTICE !        NOTICE !!
I.1BOK THIS DATE THE UNDERSIGNED
1      bas concluded to reduce bis price ONE
HALF ; and hereafter the
FINEST WINES AND LIQUORS,
ALE,   BEER,  4e., &c,
Will be served at the
"METROPOLITAN"
At TWELVE AND A HALF CENT8
per sample.
The public will please call and sample, and
satisfy themselves that tho very best is to be
bad at tbe above price.
T. J. BURNS,
Metropolitan Saloon, Store street.
jy 26
IMPORTER    AND   WHOLESALE
DEALER IN
Oregon and California Flour,
Middlings; Bran. Grain, Butter..
Lard. Provisions, etc,, etc.
Families and the Trade supplied on the
moat reasonable terms.
No. 40 Government street,
NEAR CORNER OP FORT,
jy aa
D
jy n
L.   BETTMAN,
|EALER IN DRY GOODS,  GROCERIES
BOOTS AND SHOES, 4., 4c, 4c.
Olympia, W- T.
FASHION   HOTEL
AXD
Concert   Room
The only Place of Amusement in
Town!
THE  UNDERSIGNED HAVING LEASED
theso well   known establishments, begs
leave to announce thut they will be
Re-opened on Saturday, July 28.
The former Billiard Ha'l has been converted
into a Concert Room, where may always be
found attentive and obliging attendants.
Best qualities  of Wines, Liquors, and Cigars served by the proprietor in person.    '
CHAS. BROOKS.
Admission Fbee. jy 26
■WANTED
*     YOUNG   GIRL   FOR LIGHT HOUSE-
X work, and to wait on table.
Apply to
MRS. ZINKE,
Yates St., between Government and Broad.
         jy 27
PRIVATE   BOARD.
Board   'with  Comfortably
Furnished Bed-room,
Six Dollars per Week.
"5TA.T.-ES   ST.,
Next Door to the Anglo-
American.       jy25
SAN FRANCISCO CIGAR STORE.
If you Want the Finest -w
HAVANA  CICAR
ON  THE   PACIFIC   COAST,
CALL OR
Augustus  F.   Keyser,
Government  street,  adjoining   the  San
Francisco Baths.
A  FINE  NEW  STOCK   JUST EECEIVEP.
jy 2
TO   LET,
THE BRICK STORE, CORNER OF FORT
and Wharf street, TO LET.
Inquire of      THOMAS GOLDEN,
jy 22 Fort street.
Chains and Anchors.
TWENTY TON8 CHAIN
Short LiDked and proved from J to J
AND
a. :ct o h o :r s,
From 20 to 800 pounds.
jy23
For Sale by
PETER M'QUADE,
Wharf street, Victoria.
T7VA.3STTEID
A   MAN FOR HOUSE WORK,
jy is
Park Hotel,
Beacon Hill.
J;   NAG-LB,
Shipping Mf stcr and Commission
Agent*
CREWS SUPPLIED AT THB SHORTEST
Notice—Goods entered and cleared at
the Custom House; Manifests, Charter Parties,
end Bi Is of Sale made out. Vessels bought
or sold.
t&T   Several  small  Vessels   for   sale   or
charter.
Orrici—Bastion   street,   near   the  Police
Barracks. jyl 7
ST-   LOUIS    COLLEGE.
IN ANSWER TO CERTAIN INQUIRIES
made by fathers and mothers of families,
we bave tbe honor to inform the public that
St. Louis College will be kept open on the
same fcoting as during tbe previous years,
• nd every possible cart will be taken not only
to adorn the minds of the pupils wilh all tba
knowledge wbich a good education lequires,
but also to imbue tbem with sound principle*
of honesty and morality.
Tbe course of studies will comprise History,
Geography, Ariihmetic ancient and modern
languages, English, French and German, la
short all the departments ot a complete
course of instruction.
The College will be conducted under th*
patronage of tbe Right Rev. Bishop Demers,
by the Very Rev. J. M. Mandart. Superintendent, Rev. Cbas. Segbers, Rev. W. Moronty,
Rev L. Haupls and llicbard Louis Yttrii.
jy26 Iw J. M. MANDART, T. ft.
For San Francisco Direct
THE NEW AND FAST SAILING SCHOOK-
■*■    er
MINERVA
To sail on or abont the first of August.
For Freight or Passage, apply to
E. B. MARVIN,
jy!3 Wbarf street.
REMOVAL!
Tho Business of
THOMAS WILSON k CO.
Recommenced    on
MONDAY,    JUNE    19th
In their New and Commodious Store in
^Cj^SOIsriO    IK .A. IL, Xj ,
GOVERNMENT     STREET,
(Opposite the Bank of British Colombia,)
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
BEE  HIVE HOTEL
FORT   STREET,
YICTOBIA,    V.   I.
,
EDWARD   R.   THOMAS,
Proprietor.
"ALWAYS   ON   HAND."
jy 2	
LONDON    HOUSE,
May mh, 1866.
Our Importations for the present season are now
complete by arrivals per EXPRESS this morning,
and the extensive shipments now landing irom the
EASTERN CHIEF
Our BRESS, MANTLE, SILK, SHAWL, MILLINERY, LACE, HOSIERY, DRAPERY, FANCY
and UPHOLSTERY departments are now re-let©
with the newest and choicest goods. Either Wholesale or Retail customers will find this the best stock
we have yet offered.
iy 3
LONDON FIRM,
J. P. Tnnrtali Oo.
TIOTOBIA T. I.,
J. B. Turner ft Oo. <£b tiling   Crlcgraplj.
WEDNESDAT EVENING, AUGUST 1, 1866.
COMMERCIAL.
■HIPPINU INTELl/IUKNCIL.
rOKTOK VICTOHIA.  VANCOUVLK   ISLAND.
IITIKID.
July 31—Stmr Josie McNear, Crosby, Port
Atinsi
.ttchr Quelle, Qollacer, Nanaimo
CLIAIID.
July 31—Schr Matilda, Greenwood, Saanich
UOV8K OF   ASSEllltl.V
The House met at on* o'clock to-dty
Present : the Speaker, Messrs. Stump,
DeCosmos, . Carswell, Pidwe'l, Dickson.
.Powell, McClure, Young, Trimble and  Ash.
SUSPENSION or RULE).
The House decided by the casting rote of
the Speaker that it will require a two-thirds
majority of the members present at any time
to suspend the rales of the House.
WANT Or CONriDINO   RESOLUTIONS.
Dr. Dickson moved that these reso'ntions
be sent to tbe Governor forthwith. He considered the House wks pledged to sending
them, and he hoped they would be forwarded
•t once.
Mr. Young could only say what he had
previously staled, and tbat is that the House
would stultify itself if it did not forward the
resolutions.
Mr. McClure said that much as he condemned the action of bon. members mover.
throwing the Responsible Government resolutions at the previous sitting, he felt bound to
vote for the motion. He would at the same
time, for the information of the House, ask
the Speaker if the motion as it was worded
could not come up at any time—even if the
present one was lost.
Tlie Speaker decided it could.
Mr. Pidwellopposed sendingibe resolutions,
and the vote was taken witb the following effect :
Ayes—Ash, Young, McClure, Dickson, and
Carswell (5).
Noes—Trimble, Powell, Pidwell, DeCosmos,
Stamp'(5).
The Speaker gave his casting vote against
sending the resolutions, so Ihat the motion
was lost.
TBI DKEDOKK.
The House then went into committee on the
Dredge/.   ,  .
Our Metmage to London.
It was proposed yesterday to send a congratulatory message over tbe Atlantic Cable
to I.onu " and $75 were contributed in an
hour or two to pay for its transmission, the
California Stale Telegraph Co. having generously offered to forward it free to New
York. Last night however it was ascertained
that the cost over the cable would be $150,
«o a further collection was made tbis morning and the message sent on to its destination.
His Excellency the Governor liberally gave
$25 towards the cost, with the offer of more
ii' necessary. The following is the message :
Victoria, July 31st.
T<o m Lobd Mayor of London :—Tho
infant Colony of Vancouver eight thousand
telegraphic miles distant, sends cordial greeting to Mother England.
LUJILEY FRANKLIN, Mayor.
Bake or British North amkiica.—The
thirtieth annual meeting of this institution
•was held on the 5th June last in London.
From a copy of the Directors' Report handed
ns by J. G. Shepherd, Esq., wo make the
tfollewing extracts :—" After deducting charges and Income Tax, and making ample provision for all bad aad. doubtful debts, the net
profit forthe past year amounted to £77,877
<6s. 3d., wbich compares favorably with the
amount earned in 1864 of £72,569 Ids. 3d.,
And in 1863 of £61,413 14s. 7d. It will be
gratifying to the proprietors to be informed
that the "business *f the Bank for the present
year is progressing satisfactorily, and that,
notwithstanding the financial crisis which
lias been JO generally and so severely felt iu
this country, no serious looses are apprehended ; and that tlie profits for the first quarter
of the fear are in excess of those for the
same period tt last year. As already etntcd,
■the net profit for the year 1865 amounted to
£77,877 <s. 3d. This enables the Directors
to pay, ia addition to the half-yearly dividend
at tho rate of 6 per cent, per aaeum., a bonus
of 1 per cent. This will leave the sum of
£7,877 6s. 3d. to be carried to the rest,
which, including that addition, amounted on
30th December, 1865, as per annexed statement, to £140,471 6s. 4d., or deducting the
bonus now declared -say £10,008—to £130,-
471 fis. 4d."
The New Puget Sound Steamee.—Tbe
Josie McNear is being rapidly fitted up at tbe
H. B. Co's. wbarf, for her traffic between tbis
city and tbe Sound ports. She will hive
forty berths fitted up in the be=t style, and
ber accommodation for stock and freight is
very large. Sbeis a new and strong boat, and
tbe owners assure us tbat every attention will
be paid to tbe convenience and comfort of the
passengers. Tbe fare from Olympia to Victoria has been reduced to $8, a matter tbat
must be of great benefit to the tiade of this
city,as tending strongly to increase the travel,
and we hope the owners will receive a generous support.
Riot.—A riot occurred on the bark Jenny
Pitts, a few days ago, while lying at Port
Orchard. It seems tbat the first and second
mates got into a difficulty and had a tight,
when tbe former overcame the latter. Tbe
steward then took tbe niHtt'-r up in behalf of
the second mate. Tbe first male went aft aud
got a pistol, wbich'tbe steward took awny
from him, beating him severely with it, and
then throwing it overboard. The disturbance
then subsided. — Puget Sound Daily, 28M.
Photooraphs or the Camp.— Mr. N.
Shakespeare has laid on our table a view of
the Volunteers in camp just before the breakup on Saturday morning last. Although
taken under circumstances of some difficulty
the view is the best wc have seen of tbe camp.
The Mail Steamer is fully due to-day.
She will proceed to New Westminster after
her arrival, and will probably sail for San
Francisco about Monday.
Drunk as Usual.—John Gaffney was again
brought up in the Police Court this morning,
for being drunk and disorderly, and fined five
shillings or six hours' imprisonment.
New Yobk, July 30—Eleven eases of
cholera occurred in this citj yesterday
and nix to-dny.
Chicago, July 29—ConfjreM w»§ adjourned at four o'clock oo Saturday afternoon after a continuous session of thirty
hours.
The  Emily Harris went  down to Esqui
malt this morning to discharge her cargo of
coal into the bark Evelyn Wood for the Tele
graph Oo. In the north.
" City Gaol.—The total number of prisoners
in the City Gaol to-day is 36, of whom 4 arc
insane, 1 a female, and 2 necessary witnesses.
Arrived Down.—The steamer Fideliter
reached Portland Monday morning at 11
o'clock.
Sale or Real Estate.—Cnptain McNeil
sold this morning five acres of land on the
beach at McNeil's Bay for $500 cash.
The Russian Bark Prince Menschikoff is
ready to sail, and only awaits the arrival of
the mail.
TELEGRAPHIC
SPEMf. TO Till, i:vi:\i.\i; TELEGRAPH.
Colmees' Strike—Tho strike at the Bel
lingham Bay Coal Mine, which we previously
mentioned, still continues. An item of July
Iii says:-There is great excitemeat inBelling-
ham Bay. Two men were kidnapped since
July 8th. The Bellingham Bay Coal Mine
has been an object of excitement, owing to a
miners' strike, on account of the inefficiency
•f their underground manager, named Wm.
Smith. Yesterday morning, a crowd of about
fifty well-armed men drew up to the hotel and
kidnapped two men lately arrived from Washoe
who were still working in the mine after
being warned by ths miners. They escorted
them out on the Fort Hope trail, but well
supplied them with money and provisions.
No further trooble occurred, but we fear that
nnless a speedy settlement is made it may end
serious, and believe that all are of one mind,
tbat tbeir cause is just."
Cablb Fistititisb.—The ball, in celebration of the Atlantic Cable, given by the Sing
Verein last night, was a great success. The
hall was filled; the music, by Messrs. Sandrte,
Palmer, and a cornet, was excellent, and the
nyfht was spent most delightfully.
To-day's    Despatches.
Further about the Cable —Particulars of the voyage—Line to
be open for business in a few
days—The old Cable to be completed at once—More Cholera
in New York—The European
War—Prussians still victorious.
New York. July 99—Subsequent despatches from Mr. Field have been received, giving particulars of the voyage.
They say the Irish shore cable was laid
ou Saturday morning, July 7th. The
splice wit'i the ocean cable was made on
Friday, the loth, on board tho Great
Eastern, and buried In 94 fathoms, distant 27J miles from YHentio telegraph
house. The Great Eastern and her consorts, at 2:30 p.m. on Friday, 13th irist.,
started for Newfoundland at an average
speed, from the time the splice was made
until they saw land, of less than five nautical miles per hour, and the cablo was
paid out at the rate of five and a half
miles por hour. The total slack was less
than twelve per eeat. The weather was
more pleasant than ever kuown on the
Atlantic at this soason. The total distance run was 1069 miles, and the length
of the . cable paid out 1864 miles. We
have been in constant communication with
Volentia since the splico was made. 'Ihe
line will be open for business in a few
days, and after taking in coal the telegraph fleet will sail for the spot where the
cable was lost last year and recover the
end and complete the second line.
New York, Jnly 30—No private messages have yet reached ns over the cable.
The news reports already sent came
through C. W. Field and James Redpath,
of Ihe Tribune., who is on board. The
distance to be travelled by the news
yacht is 80 miles.
Washinotojt, July 29—To Cyrus W.
Field, Heart's Content—I heartily congratulate you, and trust your enterprise
may prove as successful as yonr efforts
have been persevering. May the cable
under the sea tend to promote - harmony
between the Republic of the West and the
Governments of the Eastern hemisphere.
(Signed)       Andrew Johnson.
European.
Farther Point, July 28—The steamer Peruvian brings dates to July 20.
Consols closed at 88}fIS8| for money.
5-20'« CMlaVK Cotton quoted at 14$
Lower sales of 7100 bales. The bullion
in the Bank of England bad decreased
£347,000.
The Moniteur says Prussia consents to
abstain from hostilities for firs days, provided Austria would give her decision on
the basis of peace proposed within that
titne.
New York, July 29--Tbe following
was received by the Peruvian :
London, July 20—The Prussians have
commenced a regular liege of the fortresses of Mentz. An engagement took
place before Oltnutz on the 17lh, in
which the Austrians were defeated with
the loss of 10 guns. The Austrians were
making a rapid retreat out of Moravia.
Last Night's Despatches.
California.
San Francisco, July 31—Eastern line
working, but received no news to-day.
Private telegrams, dated Sew York
26th and 28th, announce the passage by
both Houses of Congress of tbe original
Tariff bill, and its signature by the President.    It goes into effect to-morrow.
This morning the watchman at tbe Metropolitan theatre discovered flames and
smoke issuing from the rear of the basement adjoining the building at the comer
of Montgomery and Jackson streets, and
gave the alarm. The fire engines were
promptly on hand. In a few moments
the whole interior of the building was in
flames, the fire bursting through the rear
of the U.S. District and Circuit Court
rooms, leaping upwards until it forced its
way through the roof. Not until a late
hour this morning hud the fire been extinguished. The outer walls of the building are left standing. Where the court
room was is now completely filled vilh
charred timber and smoking ruins. Loss
not ascertained, but will probably reach
$50,000.
Despatches from New York to the 28th
quote Sterling Exchange dull at 1081a
I08j.
The steamer Oriflatome, which left
Portland ou the evening of the 28tb, arrived this forenoon.
Sailed—Ship Gov. Morton, New York
Ship Horatio, Ilarris, Culbia.
Mi. Zi»» hrft to announce to the inntbit-
antt ot t ictoria Ihnt be ha. Istely received a
Inrje »si rt'nent of Children's Carriages snd
Chain, Pishing Baskets and Fishing Canes,
and a lorge quantity uf Market and Trave line
Daiketi, I.'hini V'aiet, fantf Goods snd Toys.
al ct wbirb have to be sold on nr before
February next at greatly reduced prices
Goods sold at wholesale lor cost prices.     *
Ms. D. Lixdsat, Accountant and Official
Assignee in Bankruptcy, kc., 4c, requests
us to intimate that he will remove bis Office
to Captain Stamp's Mew Buil ling Government Street, on Monday, 30tb July. •
Ms. Diost Palkss requests that orders for
teaching, playing and toning Pit loforles, and
for instrnction in Hinging, may be left with
Messrs. Hibben k Carswell, Stationers aod
Booksellers, Government Uriel, or at his residence, near tbt top of Port street. *
Hollowat's Pills ssn Oikthiht.—Dangerous Diarrhue.—Tbe causes of this weakening direiise being so various, and tba nature
of its attacks so changeable, fully accoint
for the enormous number of its victims.
Under Hollowsy's treatment the sosree of
this complaint mny lie in obscurity and tbe
successful issue be still the same whether tbe
stomach, liver, large or small intestines be
the seat of malady, for his Pillt, judiciously
taken, and bin Ointment, briskly robbed on
the abdominal walls, restrain the excited
vessels and regulate each erring function, let
it spring whence it may. Both medicaments
address themselves directly to reproduce the
exact balance between sensibility and irritability, between morbid and bealtby secretion,
between natural and excessive excretion.
New Advertisements.
New Advertisements.
Mrs.   Hein
KEEPS   CONSTANTLY ON  HAND  THK
latest fashions ln
:&d ILLINERY,
—AT—
Prices to  Suit the Times,
GOVERNMENT    STR    T
Between Fort snd Bronghton. jy 5
NOTICE
CO-PARTNERSHIP,
The Atlantic Cable.
"Can'st thou   thy   messenger the lightning
make?"
To Job, Jehovah from the whirlwind spake.
The years  by  thousands since have  rolled
away,—
A thousand years with  God-are as a day.
Three days and more in heaven's chronology,
He waited an affirmative reply :
When lo I the lightning, willing to obey,
Forbade an answer longer to delay.
To-day, 'twixt man and man, an ocean rolls,
Or sundered farther, wo, than nre the poles;
With subtle lightning, gathered from the sky,
We to each other whisper, " here am I."
Almighty Father I we thy lnwt revere:
Dost  Thon  demand,  wa talk with   other
sphere 1
No longer then the converse of our souls
Be bounded by the Space betwixt the poles.
Victoria, July 31st, 1868. S.
Mlgreportlng.
" Nothing  extenuate nor aught set down in
malice."
EoiTon Evi.vino Tbliobap«,—Sib :—Will
you permit me through your columns to explain an announcement in the British Colonist. .y<\, calculated to mislead its readers.
I am reported to have moved " the recommittal of the vote for Leech river Ditch."
To make sure that the money should be forthcoming. I proposed a resolution to the effect
" thnt the amount voted should be paid out
of the excess on the steamer subsidy," wbich
will be more than sufficient for the purpose.
Without this statement it might be inferred
ihnt I wished to prevent or retard the vote of
the sum required for the ditch, whereas the
fact is that more than ten weeks ago I commenced and have continued to direct the attention of the Executive to the matter.
Your obd't serv't.,
Chas. B. Youmo.
Mr. Freeman requests us to state that he
is about to remove his Variety store from
Waddington Alley and corner of Government
\md Cormorant streets to the large store on
Solmson street known as the " Queen
Jaloon." *
Removal—Mr. Hibben requests ns to state
that he Is now removing his bookstore from
the old stand, corner of Yates and Langley
streets, to the fine new premises in the Masonic Buildings, Government street, where he will
open in a day or two. *
Ths NovsGTias in the Silk trade this aeaons
are the beautiful Ores de Sues, Gros de
Londres, and Gros de Pekin. A choice lot of
the&e are for snlo at the Londoiv House ; also
a splendid stock of Black Gros Grains and
Glaces, from three-quarters to a yard and a
quarter wide, bought before tbe advance in
the silk market. •
BIJNSTER
HAS THIS DAY
ENTERED INTO
Partnership
WITH ALL LOVERS OP
GOOD   ALE!
jy 17-lm
In tlw Supreme Court of Civil Justice
Vancouver Island.
THE BANKRUPTCY ACT, 1881.
T RICHARD WOODS, BEING THE CHIEF
I; Registrar of tbe snid Court, do hereby
certify that on the sixteenth day of July, instant, a certain deed or Instrument bearing
date the. 26th dny of June last (1866) and
made and executed by and between George
Jny, James Chestney Bales and David Browne,
Copartners theicin described, trading under
the style or firm of JAY k COMPANY of the
one part and Thomas Lowe therein described,
trustee for himself and the rest of tbe creditors of the said George Jay, James Chestney
Bales, and David Browne of the other part,
being a deed or instrument purporting to convey all the copartnership estate and effects of
the said George Jay, James Chestney Bales,
and David Rrowne to he applied for the benefit of the creditors of them the said George
Jay, James Chestney Bales, and David
Browne ns if they had been from the date
thereof duly adjudged Bankrupt, was on the
said sixteenth dny of July and at the hour of
10:30 in the forenoon of such dny brought
into my office for registration, anil was duly-
registered pursuant to the provisions of the
Bankruptcy Act, 1861.
Given under my hand and Seal of the Supreme Court of Civil Justice at James Bay,
Victoria, V. I., this sixteenth day of July, A.
D., 1866.
RICHARD WOODS,
Chief Registrar.
Robert Bisnor,  Solicitor,
Langley street, Victoria. jy 16
HERMAN  SHULTZ,
—AT—
Ris Well Known and Old Established
Stand
The Government st. Boot Store,
Has jntt rerelvsd per ittamtr
A   FIXE   ASSORTMENT   OP
Ladies'  and   Children's   Shoes,
Which ht offers at a vtry low prior
Receives by each steamer from   England and
San  Francllco
BOOTS     Sc    SHOES
or   THS
FINEST   AND BEST QUALITT,
FRENCH   LEATHER,
—J!tD—
SHOE    FINDINGS,
At prices to correspond with tbe timet.
jj'2	
Sporborg & Rueff,
COMMISSION   MERCHANTS,
Importers and Wholesale Dealers Id
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS,
Boots and Shoes,
Wbarf street, Victoria, V. 1.
jy2
THE GREAT
REMEDY OF
AGE.
THK
HOLLOWAY'S OINTMENT.
The   effect    ot   the    Olntmrnt    •■    Ibr
System.
To the very co-e and centre of all iis-nrn
which a(Tcct the human body, this remarkable
preparaiion penetrate;, ll disappears under
the friction of the bands, as salt disappears
when rubbed upon meat. Tbe unguout performs its healing errand rapidly, lately, aad
without pain. Simple erupiionl, open sorts,
hard tumors, tcroln.ouj development! of all
kinds, abcesses, cancers, old wounes. and, in
lact, every special of inflammation nnd suppuration, whether in tte tkin, the flesh, the
glands, or among the muscles, can be arresteb
in its destructive course, and permanently
enred without danger by rubbing in this inestimable Ointment.
Bad. I.t'g»,
Bad   Itr.n.li."
Sore*,   and
ZSTOTICE.
In the Supreme Court of Civil Justice
Vancouver Island.
IN   BAJSriCRTXP Tcrz\
In re Jay k Co.
t LL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS ON THE
.A above Estate are requested forthwith to
send in the same to Mr. James Chestney Bales,
Seedsman, at the Nursery of Jay k Co., Victoria ; and all persons indebted to tbe said
Estate are desired forthwith to pay the amount
of their respective debts io tbo said James
Chestney Bales, whom the Trustee has authorised to receive the same on account of the
said Estate.
ROBERT BISHOP, Solicitor,
Langley Street, Victoria.
Dated 16th July, 1866. jy!6
"W-AJSTTEID
THREE BOARDERS  AT $8 PER WEEK.
The best the mnrket can afford placed
on the table.    Apply rt the
BEE HIVE   HOTEL,
jy 30 Fott strett.
Tn many Hospitals in Europe this celebrated
remedy is now used for the cure of old wounds,
sores, and ulcers ; in Spain and Portugal, and
in many parts of Italy, the first Physicians re-
regularly prescribe its use. It is a sovereign
remedy for bud breasts and bud legs; and likewise for all skin diseases. Il is to be found in
tbe chest of nearly every sailor, soldier, and
emigrant.
linprndeneles of Youth ; — Sure* and
Ulcers.
The above class of complnints is surelv re-
ooved by nightly fomenting the parts with
viirm water, and then by most effectually rub
ding in this Oiniment. Persons suffeiing front
these direful complaints should lose not a mo
ment in arresting their progress. Il should hi
understood that it is not sulluient merely to
jmear ilie Ointment on the affected parts, but
it must be will rubbed in for some considerable
time tw or three times a day, that ft Bay ba
laken into ihe system, whence i.t will remov,
only bidden sore or would as effectually a.
though it were palpable lo the eye. Bread and
water poultices, alter the rubbing in.ol tt.
Ointment, will do great service. This is tb(
only proper treatment for females in cases c|
cancer io the stomach, or for those who sufliC
from a general bearing do* n.
Pilot, Flatulai, Strictures.
Blotches, as also swellings, can with oertainty
be radically cured if ihe Oiutment bt used
freely, and tbe Pills be taken night and morn,
ing as recommended in the priulcd instructions
When treated in nny otherway these complaint,
only dry up in one place to break oat in an-
nher; whereas this Uimment will remove th*
oumor from the system, and leavo the patien
t vigorous and healthy being. It will reqtriw
.irae, nuled by \he use of the Pills, to ensure
asting cure.
Dlpthcrla,  Bronchitis,  Sole   Throats,
Any of the above c'tss of diseases may be
-ured by well rubbing the Ointment three
.imes a day upon the skin covering the throat,
chest, and neck ol the patient. The unguent
will soon penetrate the pores nnd give immed-
inte relief. To allsy the fever and lessen ths
inflamation, eight or ten Pills.should be taken
night nnd mnrning. The Ointment will pio-
duce perspiration, which is so essential for
remo-ing fevers, sore throats, and those oppressions of the chest which arise from
A.-ihn tt, Bronchitis, and other causes.
Both the  Ointment and  Pilli   should
bo ased tn the following Cases i
3ad I -{•«
rVwnii (Corn*)
RHmnutlim
nui id Miti
Canceri
.'. rnl'l.i
flU'lll
C-ntneted      and
Sw» Vipplrt
Bunions
Sti It Joint*
Pit** ul \f o»eht toes
[■>l>li«ntuiiB
Skin dipeM
and Sand-Fliei
FinLulM
■^earyy
OCO-b»T
Boat
Chiefo-foot
liUmtalar    Bweli-
Tumor*
Hop
7lcen
Jbtlblatni
(< nibm,
Wound*
Chapped Hand*
PIN
r*wi
Sold At t' i» BffUbtlnhmear nf   pwnrn«iriji FTouow*
2U, Strand, iMHr Temple B*i), London ; alio lr»'
.•expectable Drujmlsti uid Healers in Medicines thrrnrh
mil the civilize*! world, at tlie following prlcos    Is, 1 kd
2. fid.  4* «d.. 11*., 22., and 33*,, wich Pot.
%*   Thera a a considerable aavingbjUklog the laifctk
lzea.
t^M
KB..
■ Direction* for ihP rtiMnftee nf r»il-i,is
ditorJrr art affiled to neb Pol. Im Captivity.
[Captain Cameron, who ha- b:'a ■" l"rg i-np l.*in- d id
A ite.ii'l.., hi. nn.1 be kiLumuj ver.ea lo u.e ' twiu-
klli aagaZ.ut.J
SKOAL I
TO   BIX1T   W.   LOSOFELLOW.
I thank tbee, friend, for this hoid song,
Which tbriil'd my burning veins along,
When, madden'd 'neath the sense of wrong,
I wrung tbe cutting gyves and strong,
That eat these free-born limbs.
Blttdiag at heart, I work'd each link,
Till ev'n at spear-etabb'd leopards slink,
To tool tbem by toft March's brink,
8a, wild and worn, I turn'd to drink
Tho solace of thy hymns.
They tpake like Jesu, " Be thou whole ''
Bul lo, the mystic fennil bowl,
That ent malt quaff tbe troubled soul ;—
! tail* it, and return tby Skoal,
Frost hoattt hear! and free,—
" All teathe te me it freedom's gain—
Tkta weleomt banger, tbame, and pain ;
Ttt tiig, my (fiend, a gallant strain—
Afrie shall sooner cast her chain
For thii our misery."
Mefiolo Prison, Vth Dee., 1865. C. D.C.
Facli   and  Scrap*.
A Pkrkcoted Female—' Ah, sir, yon
know not what it in to be tbe daughter of
• member of Ibe Hairdressers' Avudemy.'
' If not your father kind to you ilien,' 1
saked. 'As a mun,' replied the maiden,
' be is kind, loving and indulgent ; as a
member of the  Hairdressers' Academy,
be ii cruel, relentless und  inexorable.'	
' Explain yonrself, maiden, yon «peak in
riddles.' ' Know, theu, sir,' the maiden
began, drawing a deep sigh,' that I am
cuntd with a luxuriant bead of hair,
whose color is that of the setting sun.'
' Some,' I mattered, • would call it
blessed to be thus endowed. It is the
fashionable color.' 'Worse look,' said
tbe maiden, in tones of despair. ' Tbat
accursed tint ii tbe canse ot my persecution. My paternally kind but profession
ally cruel father bag woke me in the dead
of nlgbt aud seized me by this golden
hair—' 'To beat you, maiden?'—
' Nay, sir, to dress my head a la something, a new form of coiffure which had
armed from Paris while I slept. When
I bare been coming to the most deeply
interesting part of e novel, he has rii.-hed
into tbe room and insisted ou my trying
on a chignon. He takes me from my ten
to practice the doable roll upon me.
Wben I am ready dressed to go the play
he pulls my hair down to try a uew
form of bandeau. At all hours of
the day and night I am liable to be
carled, and frizzed, and plaited, and powdered. In si kncBS and in health, in joy
and in sorrow, I must yield my head to
bis ruthless but skilful hands I know
no rest. For months 1 have slept with
my eyes open.' ' With your eyes open,
maiden V ' With my eyes open. It was
the consequence of having my hair done
m l'lmperatrice. It was pulled buck so
tightly thut I could not shut them. It
was not until the neglige friz came out
that the muscles relaxed. Ah, sir, you
know not what I have suffered—what I
have sacrificed.' 'Sactificod, maiden?'
' Yes, sacrificed. My heart, my love, my
life. Listen. A young mun, handsome,
elegant, accomplished, from Truefift's,
was in the act of offering tne his hand
and heart, wben my father entered the
room, and, though that elegant young
man was on his knees before me, insisted
upon my going down into the shop and
having my hair done with blue bugles.
When I returned to the apartment the
yoaug man had fled.' 'But he came
•gain, of course ?' Alas 1 he did not—
be married another.' ' Every great cuuse,
maiden, has its martyrs,' 1 said by way
ef eooiolation. • And I,' she replied,
* am a martyr in tbu great, and, I trust,
good caue of the Hairdressers' Academy.'— AU the Year Round.
Not long since, s specimen Yankee,
freih from bis roral home, look a trip to
New York. Aa he wai passing down
Broadway, he saw s card in a window,
on which waa printed, 'Soda, ten centa a
.fljMt.' Jonathan thought he would iry
some of 'that tody, wbich he'd heern tell
os.' Entering tbe store and culling f r
tbe cooling beverage, he was stun led
almost ost of his boots as the druggist I
turned tbe faucet. Rush I fix ! wbisli |
went the escaping gas and water. The
Yankee jumped backward' with an indig-
nant and startled look, exclaiming : 'No
•ir! no, sir-eel Yon can't play that oil
me! When I drink bilin' hot soap suds
I hope to be darned I'
For gala Xbc Camden,
■attetler, Betkcr, s-ui iogoMnro Bitters,
•rcgea CMer In fcbh. *u taut,
tlartt It tasks, balf-eaiks and cam,
I CaSfornU WhKe Wine,
M O.P,,
erChaa.
'*Skm*M Mete a toe assorts*nt      RranSy
•at Utmrt inltaklt for  h i TraSe.
Mr Depot of Havana Cigars.
FACTS w THEORIES.
"Give me a place to rest my lever on,"
lays Archimedes, "and I will move the
world." " Give me pure and unadulterated
drugs," says Medicos, of the olden time,
"and I will cure disease."
In one lease, both of these learned pandits
were the veriest charlatans. They knew there
was no place to reit tbeir lever on, either to
move the world or cure disease. Mechanism
was in a backward ttate, and tbe medical profession was but anotbei name for sorcery,
and all tbe adjuncts of magic filters aad
cbarmi of tbo " evil eye," ke.
Bat theio latter daya have borne onto ns
something more tban evoa superstition and
IU crew ever dreamt of ia tbeir maddest phi.
loiophy. In these dayi of practical science,
what was theory of yeiterday it fact to-day,
and all tht old timo notions become at babble!
in tbe tun, aad bunt aod break with ertry
breath wt draw.
Let Archimedes tbonlder hit Itver and wt
will find a retting place for it to movt the
world. Let mine ancient Medicui pant and
toil no more for tho drugt he to torely needt,
far we havo tbem at our band, ever ready to
terve them at bit beck.
Refiaed in tbe laboratory of Dr. Magtiel,
the finest materials known la tbe medical pro
fusion are obtainable by any one. His
Billions, Dyspeptic, and Diarrhoea Pillt stand
unrivalled, and bit Salve operate! with magical effect npon burns, scalds, and all lores and
ulcers of tbe skin.
In fact, we think Maooisl's Pilli and Salve
are the wonder of this century, and we are
nappy in the thought that many others of our
brethren of tbe oralt agree with us. We would
earnestly counsel that all families provide
themselves with Dr Maggiel's Prepatationi at
once, and keep them ready at bond, to at to
use them at the most opportune time and as
occasion serve.'.— Valley Sentinel.
New Advertisements.
New Advertisements
Alhambra
BILLIARD SALOON.
COXRZR COVEKTim im T1TES srs.
TJP-STAIBS.
Entrance on Yates Street.
jv3-lm
J. P. DAVIES & 00.,
AI l TIOM-.F.ItS Si   COMMISSION    MICH
(■HANTS.     Snli«roi>iii,    Fireproof   atone
Building, Wharf Street, near Yates.
US' Cash    Advances    on    Merchandise   for
Sale, f^a jy 2
WILLIAM   LYONS,
SHIPPING-
— AND—
Commission     Agent,
On the Oorner of
Wharf and Johnson Streets.
jy3-lm
CARRIAGE   PAINTING
IN ALL ITS BRANCHES,
Yates Street,
Between Deluge Engine House
and the International Hotel.
Work   solicited, and
reasonable terma by
jy 11-1 m
dnnt   on   tht molt
W. M. KEOHAN
WARM WEATHER!
ICE l   ICE!   ICE!
RED LION HOTEL,
GOVERNMENT STREET.
ABOVE-NAMED    HOTEL   HAVING
T
'HE
been opened by
JOE     EDEN,
He will bo happy lo  meet bit   triends  on all
occasions, an   will furnish tbem with
tbe belt of
Wine?, Liquors, Ale, Porter, &c
and tlgars
BOARD AND LODOINQ PKR DAY $1.
gsjg- Bagatelle aad Skittles.
Call aod let tbt establishment.     JOB presides aod keept order. jj 11
ST.   LOUIS    COLLEGE
■WILL   plE-OPEN
On Monday. 6th August.
iy 5-1 m
Miscellaneous.
A   Triumph    oi    Science
THE  LIGHT   OP   THE   WORLD
DR. MAGGIEL'S
PILLS   & SALVE.
The** I/fe-rlving rftm*d|*« nre now, for tbe Art
tline,f ▼« • puiii'dv to Hi ■ w r 4. Knr over &<juaiter
of « . tntury ol privatv practice the inf redicnU Id tkt-*e
Life-Giving Pills
Hit1 l>e»n used with the greatest laoee**, ThHr
mtftiim ia ■ t on j lo i rewnt < ii tae, but to cure
They ne rch ou th* varioNn tnaUdiea by h ch thu
patient In ■ufTertng, n.d re invtgorfttea t • allitu
ajralem. T ■ the a/«d aod infirm a >ew doaei of thrio
valuable PILlS will i row to be
A VERY FOUNTAIN OF YOUTH,
t'*t In erery oaae t'<ey »<M new life and rlta'lty, and
entire the w ,nl<gn lorgw to their < riatiee ti.te. Tt
tha )onng anl mi di- >ged they will pme mn»t in
valu lie, a* a ret y, ipcclflc and iter int mcjir.ni->.
> ere U a dream rualixed, lint P >nce.de-L«on tough
for three hundred yean ago, end uttvtsr fund. < e
louktd fora I untaln that would rettore the old tu
\ igor and make f outb crer
All Eternal Spring:
It waa If ft for this diy nnd hour tn realise tho dream,
and ibow in one glorious fact the magic that u.adv
iv fair.
THESE  FAMOUS   REMEDIES
Miscellaneous.
MARTIN    BROS.,
IMPOKTERS Of
Groceries and Provisions,
FJREPKOOF BUILDING,
LATBLY OCCUPIED BY L'HOTELIEB * Cee,
WHARF      STREET.
H B :&£ O V A 3L..
The well knows
JEWELRY ESTABLISHMENT
—of—
J. L. JUNGERMAN,
Has been remored to his NEW STORE
IN   THE
Masonic   Buildings,
(iOTIRHHEJT    STEEET,
VICTORIA, t.t- jy g
Sporborg &  Hueff,
COMMISSION  MERCHANTS,
Importers and Wholesale Dealers ia
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS,
Boots and. Shoes,
Wharf street, Victoria, V. 1. jy a
, hat thet can force back.
' hold mIouI, dlaeanei'hat mi  ht in  in pit
Cannot atiy the flight nf year
'   ove* the
Let   n'-ne   healtal*   then,  bin
importunity thitoffere. When taken
ai preierlbed—
ag d and  the   voung.
i*-ls« the favrable uppc
Jesse Cowper,
Miscellaneous.
IsTOTIOE.
IT HAVING BERN CIRCULATED IK THE
Town tbat I, tht undersigned, bave made
a Deed or Assignment lor tbe hem-fit of my
Creditori, I beg moat positively to aisure my
friends and tbe public tbat such io not Ibe
cue, or la it likely to be ao, ind I am still
prepared to execute all commission,, collect
reoti, debts, Jtc.withmy usual promptnei*
and deipatch.
PARIS CARTER,
Bent and Debt Collector, General Agent, kc.r
No. 1 Fort St., Victoria V. I.,
jy20» Opposite "Tbo Hall."
THEATRE
Photographic Gallery
(UP  STAIRS).
'THIS SALtERT, LOIW> AUD FAVOR-
I ably known to Victorians and strangers,
baa facilities in the way of light, materials,
ic., and tbe experience of tbe proprietor enables him to furnish (Juries tie Visile, Ambro-
types, and photographic work ot superior
inish ttucqoalled by any other house in town,
and at as low vbices as other kitablibu-
he.its charge for common and inferior
picinrei—in fact at prices to suit ihe liinei.
Cartes de Visiter - - $5 per Boz-
Out doot work attended to at abort notice,
and oa the most reasonable terms.
GEORGE   ROBINSON,
jy 6 Proprietor.
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
BOOTS AND SHOES,
LEATHER,
—AND—
SHOE    FINDINGS,
-5T-A.TES    STREET,
OPPOSITE WELLS, FARGO k Co
At the old stand of Webster & Co., i <
prepared to Bupply the wants of tho
public in bis line.
The Latest Stvles
Received hy every urrival from Enj?lai i
and San Francisco. \\'S
BRITISH    PERIODICALS.
The London Quarterly Review (Conger
vative)-
The Edinburgh Review (Whig)
The Westminster Review (Radical)
The Rorth British Review (Free Chnroh)
— AND—
Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (Tory)
LUXtTRT  WITHIN THB RKACH  OF
all, supplied by
A
\LEX.    PHILLIPS,
FORT 8TREET,
To lay nothing about Oinger Bear, Lemonade,
or Soda Waler with it.
' The way to keep cool.
hi
A. & W. WILSON,
Hoine and Ship Plumbers
GA8FITTER8,
BELL-HANGERS 1 TINSMITHS
TORT  STRRET,
All orders promptly attended to
h*
EUGENE THOMAS,
Yatei street.
"WVAJSTTED
THREE BOARDERS  AT $8 PER WEEK.
The belt the market can afford placed
•a tha table.    Applv »t the
BEE HIVE  HOTEL,
jy M Fort itreet.
Mrs.   Hein
KEEPS   CONSTANTLY ON  HAND  THK
litest .'ashioni in
*A I Xj X.11STE IRY,
—AT—
Prices to Suit the Times,
GOVERNMEN T    STR    T
Between Fort and Bronghton. jy 5
L.   BBTTMAN.
DEALER IN DUY GOODS,  GROCERIES,
BOOTS AND SHOES, *., ke., ke.
jyH
Olympia, W. T.
For BilliouB Disorders
Nothtnr can be mort p-uductlre of can thtn thtle
PHI*.— Tbeir klmoHt m ffio iufl ienc« U ftll at o • • ;
■ nil Iho umal «>no mltanU 't tbf^ m it di.ln-nli'K
UUvaitf an) removed. Th,nr»raidle, are mado from
the i'i.reit
VEGETABLE COMPOUNDS.
Tb-j will oet barm tho mott dolieata IrmtW, and
•a ■ bo al ra with good tfftet ia prescribed doui to
tbo yoongMl babe.
Tot Cutaneous Disorders
Aadell tra ti'<eiof tbankln,<be SALT! li moat In
ralaablo. ttdoMatb>al 1 nernall; aloe , bit penult im with Ibo uo«t fe areblnf aff.ou to tbt verj loot
ofiba t*il.
DR. MAGGIEL'S PILLS
Invariably care the following Diseases :
Asthma,
B»wf 1 Corap1tl*ti,
VCoiijtbn, ,
aids,
Cbtit DI MM,
DUnVt.
Drof»tT.
D*uiHt7,
Ftfsr sod A fi \
P*ma1« Horn plaiot",
bawlMh*,
Iniiif ttlon,
It flf  la,
loflsmm titm,
ln«ard Weakn»u.
Li t Complaint,
Lowt.««> of Spirits,
■MMNi
Rbtumat>«m,
Salt i-laniw
Scalds,
Skin Di- rants.
$pT NOTICE.—Nonefanrlne without tba enjrraTcrt
trade-mark "m*ind e*rh pot or box, aigned tn PR J.
MAi-GIr.!., 48 Fuiion street) Niv \ ork, lo ooanWrfa.t
which la teUmy.
SOT Hold by all resneetnble Dealora tn Medlcinaa
tbrouthoot Um United S.atea aod Canada—at 2i eenti
par "»x or pot.
A. O. Langley & Co.,
Agents for Vancouver Island aud British
Columbia.
hi
The fo'Jr B«Tlewi re-puMished by Mmii-*. rcoTT k
Co., ar- general J (O ftldeitd nn the droit Reviews,
anu Blnrkwotm hus <<rcn jusily ilstfJ in ihe same
rink. Whofver iHst»on>c-i with readmit po' Mention* of
this ela**, whatever tna\ •><• Im "eti«ral f i.formitlnn,
w'il 100 > be altogether behind the time in whieh he
>lves—*Md in tl>esa timet a petto*<majr soon get very
far beMn 1. They m»y be *cad and studied with s<i-
vantai>e by tbo people of tlita ooantry, ef every era ed
aod parly.
ur BI.lCKWOOP li unasitallr attractive at thin
linn- to AmericatiN, not only fir It" sari I articles by
<ll»tintuith»d writers of rtcil. n. bul for ihe aeemnt of
ihe lata civil w-r bow being written \>y C I. Von
Borke, a Gr'man officer, ehlef. .f-stafl to Gen. J. E.U.
tuart, tf tba Confederate army.
TERMS   FOK   1866.
Por anyone of the Reviews $1 par annum
For an> two of the Reviews „  7 "
Tor any three of tbt havlewt 10 "
Porallf.mr of tbo Reviews IS "
Foa niaekwo-d't Uagann- 4 "
Far Blackwaod and unt Ravi w  7 «
For BU-kwMK) and auy two tf tho Rt-
views 10 "
For rUckwo-d and three of tba Reviews..IS "
For Blackwood and tba four Ktview U "
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Rlarkwrod.or of one i erlaw will be ttnt toons address or »12 80. Fonrtoplee tf tht fuur Reviews and
Blackwood, for $48, and ao on.
POSTAGE.
Wh.a Mat bj mall, th, Poitaoi to t ny part of tb.
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I'M, Inrlu'l.. ; tb. EdintmryA aa IM Westminster tr.m
'P 11. 1S64, to D.cfmi.', IW\ ia.lu In, ,1111 iii.
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Prtw $7 for lb. two folum.,—by Mill, pwt paid,
•» «t JyJS
THE  ONE THING   WANTED.
HOLLOWAY'S PILLS.
Tlie Blood.
These famous ptlla are ao compoaed thn
they operate wholesomely on the stomach, ths
liter, the bowels, anil other organs; by correcting any deranfcetoepla in their functions,
whereby a steady supply of pure ranlerinls lor
the renewal ot the Blood is lurnifhed, and a
constant abstraction ol effete products is effected. This perfect circulation thua become!
the very toaataln of health nnd life, and overcomes all form of disease wherever its situation.
General DlRorders of the Liver
and Stomach.
All who ever indulge a* '.able, r-ltuer in cat-
ng or drinking, should take about ten of thes-
tniiious pill.Ht bed time, from which willree
suit, a clear head and good stomach the fill >w-
ing morning. Thousands of Ladies are always complaining of alck headache*, want 0
appetite, want of energy, ond want of strength,
to correct all these evils, three or lour ol these
Pills should be taken twice a week, when ihey
wiiulil give the invalid .lie health anil appelil.
of a ploughman.
Females of all Agrei* and Clagge*
Obstructions of any kind, either in young
or those between forty and fifty—the moat critical petiod of life—may bo radically remo. "4
hy using tbese Pills according to the printed
directions which accompany each box. Young
persons with sickly and sallow complexion*
may have the bloom of health restored by tbi?
corrective, wlich purifies the blood and expels all gross and impure humors from the system. Beware then of the critical age fron
forty to fifty, as it sends many thousands to
premature grove,—these Pills should be take,
it that period of life two or three limes >
teek
IVant  of Strength and :i'nori;.v
Persrm of sedentary habits, or those troubled in mind, working in Factories or Coal
Pits, who cannot obtain that amount ot Im:.
air and exercise which nature requires, su Iler
from weaknesi aud delility, town-ess of iplri.l
and want of appetite. All such should take 1
lose or two of these Pilli every three or fom
days, aa they act gently and effectually on the
system and impart vigor and energy to the
body, wbich h always followed by a good
appetite, sound and refreshing Bleep, and
high flow of spirits.
For the Cure of Dropsy.
Tba efficacy of Holloway'a Pills in Dropsy
ia extraordinary. Tbey act with sucb a peculiar effect upon tbe system, tbat tha fluid;
causing this direful complaint, are peroeplibl
-•arried off and prevented from nny furlbel
accumulation. The sufferer regains a buoyancy of spirits and rejoices in a completely
renovated constitution. It ia indispensably
necessary tbat the Ointment should be most
effectually rubbed inlo the complaining par'j
daring tha whole courae of treatment.
Children wad their Aiim, nir.
In no country in the world are more children
carried to an early grave than in Great Briiaiu.
Coughs, Measles, Scarlatina, Fevers, and other
iiscases attack the little sufferers, apd death,
but too often, follows at a rapid pace ; yet if
at the firat stage ot these eomplaints, parents
were to have recourse to Holloway'a Pills, all
danger would be avoided, for the stomach
and bowels would ae gently but effectually
cleanaert by this mllu aperient; tbe depraved
nuniors correcteo ana tne secretions duly regulated. A perfect cure would *.oon be ef- J
fected, and the IHtle patient restored to sonn'
health..
Holloway' Pi. r tra ths best known remedy in tbi
world f« ths follow,ng diseases:
Fold at th, Fm.bllshm.Dl of Prot'eanor Hullow»y, til,
-trend, (near Temple Bar,) I. nilon ; al," by .11 respect
,bl. Drug.I,*s and Dealers In Me ielm-fl t lirouphou! tht
civilized world, at the   following  prices— Il Iff., b. ti-:
Is. to., lb., 22*., and 83.. «acb box.
4,0. Fem.1. Irregular
Itlti
Fever of all kind'
Fits
oat
(lead Aeba
Indige.tio.
Inflammation
Jaundice
Liver Complaints
Lumbago
Kile,
Rheumatlnn
Retention of Urine
Aathrna
Billions Complaint,
th-
fcrtifa'aorKinf ■
Evil
-lore Throats
-ton. and (irtva I
Secondary eyrop-1
torn.
Tic-Doloreux
Tuinor,
Ulcer.
Veuereal     affte |
liona
Worm.    0 f
kinds
Weakueaa    frvia I
whatever Cf 0* J
oonnderabl.  aavlgg by taking H" [
niotche,
ekla
Bowal complaints
Colic,
Constipation of tbe
Bow-la
'-^onxirnv tlon
Oebillly
dropsy"
tyaentry
sfy.ipHai
•»•   There is
r^enlzea.
Hireetn-n* tot the gnldi noe of patients la every d-"'
'-r arc aOlaeil to each box.
Phiktso and Published by McCmai k Co-.»' |
the office, Langley Street.

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