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VOL. I.
VICTORIA,   VAIVCOUVEK  ISLAND,   FEIDAY  EVENING,  JULY  20.   1866.
M. 16.
THE
''EV^INGTELJSGRAPH,"
Pl'Bl.I.lllID
Everv   Eveniag at  4  O'clock,
(Stlurday snd Sunday evenings excepted.)
ALSO IV1BT
SUNDAY   MORNING!
TKKJMH OK  SUBSCRIPTION I
Per Aaunt, In advance, by mall, ,
Fa* six  months	
Per K-ak, payable to Carrier,	
«*>()■, Upas	
..sioeo
..eon
*»
10
For term, of Advertisement apply at tba
Office. Langley Street*
Municipal
By.uw to Regrulate  tbe Saul,
tary Condition of the City.
BY-LAW.
We, the Mayor and Councillors in Council
invetjed. by virtue of the power and authority
_te<l in us by Aa Art to Incorporate the
ly of Victor!*, passed the second day of
Iguei, A.D. _86_, in the Tt enty-sixth year
__'itbt reign «f Her Ma_t ( racious Majesty
Qusen Victoria, entituloa, ""1'ho Victoria Incorporation Act, 1862," her by enact aa follow! :—
I. No person or persona occupying any Messuage, Shop, Building or other Brecraou, or
any Land or oi her Premises within the city,
rr 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 tbe Oity, shall have or
Sennit or suffer to be in oron his, her or their
[estuage, Shop, Building or Erection, or any
Land or other Premises aa aforesaid, any
ditch, gutter, drain, privy or ash-pit emitting
noxious or offensive effluvium or smell, or
constructed so •• to be a nuiiance to or Injurious to the health of any person or poisons,
or any iwinatkapt to ai to be a -jmisaaoe or
offensive by reason of the sieneh thereof, or
any dung, manure, refuse, offal, ashes, filth,
or other natty  or  thing emitting noxious
t,«r a^nW*M»Wviti«l 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 offen-
live effluvium or smell,  or permit or suffer
.' #by Meaauagn Dwelling House, Shop, Erec-
tiua or Bulling whatsoever within the said
Oity to lie in a filthy state or infected with any
kind of vermin or dirt or emitting noxious or
offeaiive effluvium or smell ; Provided, however, that no per oc or persons shall be liable
to any penalty for the infraction of this Bylaw until be, she or they shall have received
notice from tbe Mayor and Council in manner
hereinafter mentioned, and until he, she or
they shall have neglected by the space pr time
therein mentioned to abate or remove Abe' oft*
fensive 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 inch notice*
And whereat it ia expedient for the good
government of the City that a Sanitary Com-
miaaion be appointed, and to enable ouch Commission lo inapect, order the removal and report all nuisances within the aaid City ol
victoria;
Therefore be it enacted by tbe Mayor and
Councillors of tie City of Victoria, with the
eonaent of Hit Excellency the Governor on
Her Majesty'a behalf:
II. From and after tbe passage of this Bylaw the Mayor and City Conncillors may from
time to time nominate three members of the
City Council to act as a Sanitary Commission
for the purpose of inspecting, ordering the
removal and reporting all nuisances and other
matters, tho continuance of which may be
deleterious to (he public health.
III. The Commission shall perform their
services gratuitously.
IV. The Commiaaion shall have power to
enter an/ Messuage, Dwelling Bouse, Shop,
Building or other Ereoti-oi or Land pr other
promises within tho City, and whether or not
the same be occupied oi the curtilage of any
of tbt samt, aod inspect the condition of tbe
sams between the hoars of tight in the morning and eight in tbe evening.
V. No person pr persona shall permit, tfter
due notice in that behalf given, any animal
•r vegetable matter in a decomposed or
putrifying condition to remain on the premises
occupied or owned by him or them.
VI. The Commission on behalf of the Mayor
and Council may notify any person or persons
on or occupying any messuage, dwelling
house,  shop, building, or other erection, or
Ajbe curtilage of any of the same or other land
or premises within the city, or if the same be
unoccupied, then tbe owner of any such messuage,, dwelling house, shop, buiding or other
erection, or the curtilage of any of the tame or
shop, building, or other erection, or the curtilage of aay of tbe same or of the land or
premises in tbe city, or by leaving the same
at hia, her, or their last known place of
abode, or by fixing the same or a copy thereof
on toaae conspicuous pact ef tht premises.
VII. In ths event of any Messuage, Shop,
Building or other erection, or any Und or other premises wilhia tbt Oity being unoccupied
and tbe owner or owners thereof neglecting or
refusing to abate or remove any matter, or
thing done, permitted or suffered, contrary to
the requirement! of tbia Bye-Law, either ab-
aoluteiy or in tbe tansa of any aach notice ta
aforesaid, duly strvtd as aforesaid, within tbe
time io 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, to do the act or acta,
matters er tbinga, required to be done or performed by aucb nonce at tbe coata end cbargea
of tbe owner or owners of aueh Messuage,
.■shop, Btildingor other erection or any land or
other premises, tbe said costa and charges
to bt recoverable by action aa work and labor
dttt aud money paid by them for the uae of
aucb owner or owners tt if done at bis, her or
their actual request, or in such other form as is
proper in ltw.
80HEDULB A.
To the Owner
NOTICE la hereby given tbat you are required within days from the date hereof to                        , and in default of so doing
you will be proceeded   against under the pro-
viaiona of the Municipal Bye-Lav,- to regulate
the sanitary condition of tbe City, 18(16
L0MLBY FRANKLIN,
.Mayor of tbe Gity-of Victoria.
-This truth day ef July,. 1666.
Willi* 11 Ltiflii,  Town Clerk.      jy 10-7t
New Advertisements.
Sporborg & Bueff,
COMMISSION   MERCHANTS,
Importers and Wholesale Dealers in
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS,
Boots and Shoes,
Wbarf street, Victoria, V. 1.       *. ir 2
J.    SPENCER,
HOUSE 'iftb SHIP
J? LUM _B E *_R ,
Gas fitter and Bell-hanger,
Corner Yates and Government streets
All branches of the above business practically done witb neatness and despatch, at
charges to correspond with the times.
WILLIAM   LYONS,
SIHXFFXCTG-
— AND—
Commission      Agent,
On tbe Corner of
Wharf and Johnson Streets.
jy 3-1 m
Mrs.   Hein
K
ERPS   CONSTANTLY
lateal fashions In
ON  HAND  THK
ISA I Xj Xj 13XT E RY,
—AT—
Prices to Suit the Times,
OOVKRNMBNT    STR    T
Between Fort tnd Bronghton.  "°^ Jy fl
New Advertisements.
The "Grotto,"
OPPOSITE THE TELEGRAPH OFFICE.
For a glass of choice liquor go to tbe
" Grotto,"
There " noni but ihi best '' you  will
find is tbe motto.
Mint Jnleps, Sherry Cobblers—everything
cooling ;
Come ye tbat do thirst, you will find its,
no fooling.
hi
othtr land or premises within the city on
which any matter or thing niay be done, per-
mitted, or suffered, contrary to tbe intention
pf (hit by-law (acceding to tht form of
schedule A annexed) to remove such nuis-
aace as before mentioned, or o close up, purify, cover, or cle-inse any well, cesspool,
drain, privy, ditch, ot gutter, or otherwise to
abate or remove the matter oi thing noticed in
such notice as in their judgment shall teem
mett' by giving notice in writing, (as per
schedule aforesaid) signed by two or more of
'- tka Commission on behalf of the Mayor and
Council, specifying the act to be done and ihe
' time in -which the same is required to be done,
aueh notice may _• given to the occupier or
•Mtttr ef aucb WMtutge, dwelling house,
TOIARCO PLANT
AKRIVAL OF ANOTHER CARGO FROM
Virginia & Cuba,
VIA 'ASPINWALL,
Of the lest   (>lrbrated__rand.
TOBACCO  &  SEGARS
EVER IMPORTED
Samples can be had at tbe " ADF.LPH!,"
earner Yates and Government streets.
I also carry on tht business at my OLD
STAND on JOHNSON STREET and WAD-
DISOTON ALLBT.
F. CAMPBELL,
jyj .ADELPHI SEGAR STORE.
TIKI-]
EVENING TELEGRAPH
SAN FRANCISCO CIGAR STORE.
«" If you Want the Finest t*
HAVANA  CIGAR
ON  THE  PACIFIC  COAST,
, CA.ll Off
Augustus  F.   Keyser,
Government street, adjoining  tbe San
Francisco Baths.
A FIVE  NEW STOCK JUST EECEIVED.
 jy 2
$50   REWARD.
THE ABOVE REWARD WILL BE PAID
to any person recovering the money and
Deposit Receipt for $900 on the Bank  of
British North America, stolen from the Ooal
Pit at Nanaimo on Wednesday, July 4th.
GEORGE WALSH,
jy8s3ir» Nanaimo
EX  FIDELITER
A Choice Lot of Bacon
.Just    Arrive*!*
For Sale by
iy 3
I    (xilligan,
STORE STREET.
EXPRESS LINE STAGES.
THE  COACHES   OF   THIS   LINE   Wi\.L
now run regularly, leaving   Tale,  li. C
on
IfloiMlavN,
Wednesday*,
And Fridays,
AT 7, A. IL,
FOR    SAVANA'S     FERBY
fBi? Bend Ronte), until tba completion of the
read, when they will go to Savana's Kerry.
The Ooach for Cariboo will leave Yale on
Monday.
jy 2 P. J. BARN .RD.
J. P. DAVIES & CO.,
AUCTIONEERS cV  COMMISSION   MEM
CH__VT_.      btUearoom,    Fireproof   Stone
Building, tVnarf Street, near Yates.
$tW Cash    Advantss   on   Merchandise   for
Sale. -«     * jy J
JUST  RECEIVED
Nautical tunanaej for I860,
Blc»r|thsen A Hannj•>» Royal do., do.,
Late admiralty Caaat Charts,
Wbalman'i Drawing Taper,
Endless and Houoted Drawing do.,
Peony's Metallic Tlimirandunn,
Iflathrniadral Instruments,
Copying Presses
Brb
Blotting Paper,
Perforated Beard
Thane and Wrapping Papers,
Writing Desks and Folios,
Artist's Material",
Photographic Albums,
General Stationery, Staple and Fancy.
Jy*
HIBBRV Jt ClRSWIrUU
MERCHANTS'
Mutual Marine
INSURANCE COMPANY
OF SAN FRANCISCO.
OFflOE.—N. E: Cor. Front * California Sts
Capital, *#."5©O,O©0_
AHEBATE FROM RATES OF PREMIUM
charged, will hereafter be made by this
company, aa large aa allowed by any responsible Company or Agency doing business iu
this City.
This Company is engaged Exclusively n
Marine Insurance.
WARR'SKSTAKKN.
Al losses paid . romptly in United States
Gold Coin.
JAMES P. FLINT,
si I Prtsidtnt.
CENTRAL
Job  Printing
ESTABLISHMENT
Langley Street, Victoria,
The Printing Office
or thi
EVENING
TE_E6RJ.PI
Office is replete with every appliance
and variety of material for the
Execution of
LETTER PRESS  PRINTING!
Id all iu branches, whether
Plain or Ornamental
Mi...i lli-ucous.
THE OFFICE ATMS at securing
anct Ispeedy Execution of orders as is
consistent with correct and elegant Work.
dianthlp.
Orders received for Printing
Books,
Pamphlets
Catalogues
Sermons,
Reports
Rentals,
Leases,
Law Forms ef erery
description,
Business Cards,
Invoice a, |
Bill Htadt,
Trade Forms,
Circulars, (Plain   or
Coloured,)
Band   Bills. (Plain or
Coloured,)
For Prices,  apply   at the Office.
Langley street,
CHARLES    BERNARD,
Manufacturer and Dealer ia
FAMILY CHARTRES COFFEE.
And Splcea of all kind*,
No. 707, Sansome street, comer Gold,
Between Jackson and Pacific.
First Premium awarded by the Mechanic*' Institute, for th* best Coffee and Spite*.
The proprietor having introduced Steam
Power in bia Manufactory, ha now increased
facilities to tupply the trade aod tbt public is
general. All articles from bit Katablisbmtnt
are guaranteed to be pu<e and unadulterated.
Tbe public are respectfully incited to call and
convince themselves Country orders promptly
attended to. jyl
^tt*6W«lAN»MCr»%^'(
(sewing machines,)
BBMOVAL.    -
TF. SWANWIOK k CO. HAVE RE-
i moved to Wharf street, opposite the
Auction Rooms of J. P. Daviej k Co., where
tbey will conduct a General Commiaaion
business, in connection with the
Shipping; Office, as   heretofore.
ISLAND AND OTHER PRODUCE
Will be regularly received, and
O  *_NT      S  A.  L B I
At tbeir store. jy3
—T_s Sinter MbcUm ia th** only MscMm Lbs* '
will N. sll kinds of cloth wits sll __*s. oft-Mad.
*ar -..vooo-w.
MACHINES SOLD IN TWO TEARS
The almost incredible increase in the a t'
the Singer Machine during the past two year-
is owing to tbe popularity of the LETTER A
TRANSVERSE SHUTTLE Family Machine,
which was introduced in 1860, aince which
time it Las earned and established a reputation for family uses equal to the celebrated
manufacturing machines ol this Firm, which
are generally acknowledged, even by dealers
in otter Sewing Machines, to be unequalled
for such purposes.
JR_F- NO OTHER Family Sewing Machine
haa such perfect and improved appliances for
Ruffling, Hemming, Binding, Felling, Tucking,
Gathering, Guaging, Braidia., * er ng, Q li"
ing, etc.
t&r All persons requiring nfortaatioa
about onrSewingMachines,tbeir • lies. Prices,
Working Capacities, and tbe beat method of
purchasing, can obtain it by sending for • copy
of the
SINGER   MANUFACTURING   COMPANY S
ILL0STRATID  FAUPB-IT,
Which ia entirely devoted to the subject.   It
will be sent gratis, with specimens of work.
Local Agents wanted in every Teum.
WILLIAM BRODRICK
General Agent for the Singer Manf g Co.
 h*__
General News Agent
J. Stratmaii.
EMPIRE NEWS DEPOT
Cor. Washington & Sansome sou
Han Franeiico.
THEADV-RTISERis prepared to supply
with punctuality and celerity the annexed
newspapers and periodicals upon tbe following
terms All orders, to receive immediate attea-
tion, must be accompanied by caah remittance,
and banded in previoua to the 4th, 14th, and
24th of each month.
London Dillr Tlmos $14 00
••      Tli* Field — '««>
"       Illii.lr-t'd Times _  7 00
• '      Vsekl/Timrs ~        7 00
u       Bull's Lile in London 14 00
'      Werklj Dlslutch 14 00
•■       !.  Nriii.'fi:.,. World  1400
"      Public Opinion  "60
■      Index {Frrelraie) 14 00
•«       111.  Bporlios Sews  8 00
'•      Specutur  1«0«
•«      R>-i.w  1400
"       Sal'lull" Ki-vi.h 14 00
nobll-N-tii.n....... IjOO
Lond_.i llluslraU'd News 14 00
Allnct'c Monlhi; » on
BI-c_»ond's MsgMlne 3 00
_Strp..r's Htfaatn joo
SUp-uny MsguiOf m SOU
Knickerbocker J^
Ptcidc M int'.lj. ••■' J 00
Godey's Ladies Book a 00
Mulic-l Host '00
CVwllneiita! Maga-ine  o 00
Madam Hsmoreet's i onlhly 3 04
F. Leslie's new family Mafailne  3 00
Chambers' Edinburgh   on ma! 4 00
Monthly   papirs, Onoee  Week 6 00
."     '    ■■       All th. Tear Round SO*
Th«keray'aCorlhillMaKa_ln* 6 0C
London Lancet 8 OS
S A. Sala's Temple Bar 6 0»
London Society Magaalne SO*
St. James Magallne « 00
Edinburgh KeTiew 10 00
London   Review 10 00
North BrittshKeview 10 00
(trutmiosUrRclew.... 10 Ot
Iondon Art Journal 1*00
Mining Si  Sroslliog Mag 10 Ot
Cheap and Easy Washing.
THE  EXPEDITION,   EASE,   AND ECONOMY  with   which the '■ Family Wash
may be accomplished, by using
HARPKK   TWKLVETIUSBS'
eisYGKBIHK SOA? rQWDMt,
is truly surprising I Scarcely any rubbing
required, and a little child may use, it.
Sold by all Storekeepers in Penny Packet",
and wholesale bv Harper Twelvetrees' BrcDS-
ley-by-Bow, London. Wholesale Agentt lor
Vancouver Island,
S. JANION.GREEN, A RHODE8.
ti* 4
a
denting   &t\t%w$\.
FRIDAY   EVENING, JULY 20, 1866.
tkoi iii.i;m in te.wessee.
It would appear by our telegrams today, tbat the political troubles  io Ten
Detsee are about to culminate in violence.
The members of tbe Legislature cannot
be got together in sufficient numbers to
form a quorum, and tbe public business is
io oontequence brought lo a stand-still.
Tbe Qoveruor is the redoubtable Parson
Brownlow, a rather violent specimen of
tbe church militant, but one wbo is endeavoring very strenuously to enforce tbe
anti-slavery doctrines of the Government
of tbe United States.  Tennessee,however,
is not a very slavery-bating   state,   ia
ratber inclioed   to  oppose   tbe   general
policy   of tbe   North,   end   hence   tbe
Governor's difficulty in getting along with
tbe Legislature.   Like many other men
placed in authority, however, Brownlow
eannot brook opposition, and so in a mo.
ment of imprudence be applies to General
Thomas, tbe officer ia command of tbe
Federal troops, for assistance in carry it g
out bis policy.   Tbe General telegraphs
to Grant,  and is very   decidedly   told
through Stanton, Secretary at War, tbat
no   military   interference   must be  attempted between tbe political authorities
of tbe State.   Tbe Governor is therefore
placed in a dilemma.   He can only govern
tho State through the Legislature,  and
tbat body refusing to atteud to business
virtually brings matters to a stand-still.
A  more prudent   Governor  wonld,   no
doubt, have escaped tbe perplexity ; bnt
men who bare got so much determination
as Brownlow, and so little control of their
owe passions, would create trouble among
tbe most easy-going population.   We find
bim,   therefore,   arresting some of   tbe
members ,and sending officers after others
wbo bare " bolted " from their legislative
duties.   This brings   him into collision
witb the Courts of law, and a  writ of
habeas corpus is  granted for the delivery
of a member named Williams,  held in
prison by bis order.   Tbe majority of the
Legislature who can be got to attend are,
it wonld appear, in favor of the Governor's
policy, and deny the right of tbe Courts
tit interfere in logi-latiro   matters, and 80
the diipote stands, Brownlow expressing
hit determination to keep Williams—who
refuses to accept parole—and to bave a
quorum in tbe Legislature.
On the other hand, President Johnson,
it iisaid, does not wish for any meeting of
the Legislature—is indeed In favor of the
"bolttn," aud is opposed to the policy
of the liberal members, bringing himself
in conseqnence into collision with Governor
Brownlow. In tbis chaotic turmoil threats
are made of getting rid of the Legislature by violence, and everything portends serious trouble in Tennessee—all of
which is tbe natural result of President
Johnson's faulty scheme of reconstruction.
Any one with an ordinary judgment of
human nature could not hove fuiled to fore-
Bee that nothing short of anarchy would
arise from it. To make representative institutions in the South merely tentative, or
•t least depending on the people carrying
out a certain policy, is virtually ignoring
tbe right of tbe South to these institutions. There were but two logical courses
open—either to restore the Southern
8tates to their former powers without any
condition, or to compel them as conquered
territories to accept the policy of the
North before they could obtain self-government or admission to Congress. If
however, the first scheme had been
adopted the whole beneficial frnits of the
war would have been lost, and civil
troubles would have been always imminent.
The second was tbe only course that would
bave guaranteed the abolition of slavery
practically as well as nominally. It was
the only course that would have ensured
lasting peace ; for it would have compelled
the population to throw away the only
bone of contention in the country. It
was the safest policy for tbe North, the
wisest policy for the South, and the most
humane policy for the freedmen. It
would have been free from Johnson's
logical inconsistency of saying the people
had the right to govern themselves, yet in
the same breath telling them unless tbey
act as he thinks proper he will take away
that right. They would then havo come
ia to the onion prepared to abandon all
tbeir former privileges of making one class
of tbe population snbordinate to another
class, and would have entered on a career
of prosperity undisturbed by political
troubles, and free from the risks of politi
cal violence. Tbe otter failure of Johnson's policy will, we hope, force all classes
of the American people to onite on a
scheme of reconstruction that will take
away at once and forever the great cause
of internal discord and political animosity.
New Advertisements.
THE   ISRAELITES   OF VICTORIA  ARE
respectfully reminded of tbe m eting to
take place   iu   tbe   Synagogue on   Sunday
morning next at   10 o'clock, when their presence ia earnestly requested.
By order.
L. ANTHONY,
jy.O-.t Hon. Sec.
New Advertisements.
J.  NAGLE,
Shipping Mr ster and Commission
Agent-
pRBWS SUPPLIED AT THE SHORTEST
\J Notice—Gooda entered and cleared at
the Custom House; Manifests, Charter Parties,
and Bi la of Sale made out. Vessels bought
or sold.
toT Several small Vessels for sale or
charter.
Office—Bastion street, near the Police
Barracke. jyl 7
_R E _&£ O V A. I_.
NOTICE.
IT HAVING BEEN CIRCULATED IN THE
Town that I, tbe undersigned, bave made
a Deed or Assignment for the benefit of my
Creditora, I beg moat positively to aasure my
frienda and the public that sue' ia not tbe
case, or is it likely to be em, and I am still
prepared to execute all commissions, collect
rents, debts, Ac, with my usual promptness
and despatch.
I'AflKCARTER,
Rent and Debt CullSBr, General Agent, 4c,
No. 1 Fort St., Victoria V. ...
jy'.O* Opposite " The Hall."
•    A  Card.
To the  Volunteer  Rifle Corps*
MR. AND MRS. LUSCII BEG TO INVITE
Capt. Lang and the officers and men of
tbe Volunteer Rifle Corps to Free Lucch, at
the Park Hotel, every day between 11 and 3
o'clock, and between 9 and lip. m , during
their stay in camp at Beacon Hill.
Park Hotel, July 19, 1866. jyl9
Sea Baths!  Sea Baths!!
25 cents.        25 cents,
THE UNDERSIGNED   BEGS LEAVE TO
inform tbe public that he has established
a first-class
Salt-Water    Bath-House,
Moored just above Douglas Foundry.
N. B.—Bathers taken to the Bath-house free
of charge, by boats from the foot of Johnson
stroet.
IS?" Between the houra of 1 and 4 p.m. the
Bath-house will be open for Indies only.
jy 16 JOHN   KICID.
Chronicle copy
w-_aj>tt:e:d-
A   MAN FOR HOUSE WORK,
jy 18
Park Hotel,
Beacon Hill.
Tbe well knowa
JEWELRY ESTABLISHMENT.
—OF—
J. L. JUNGERMAN,
Has been removed to bis NEW STORE
IN  THE
Masonic   Buildings,
-OTERrlHEilT   STREET,
VICTORIA, T. i. jy 2
For San Francisco Direct
3ST O T I OE
—OF—
CO-PARTNERSHIP.
BUNSTER
HAS THIS DAY
ENTERED INTO
Partnership
WITH ALL LOVERS OP
GOOD   ALE!
jy 17-lm
I)
L.   BETTMAN,
EALER IN DRV GOODS,  GROCERIES,
BOOTS AND SHOES, 4., Ac, 4c.
Jyl.
Olympia, W* T.
Rifle Volunteer Corps.
GENERAL ORDERS.
rpHB CORPS WILL PARADE AT JAMES
a.     Bay on ThurBday, Hub i_stnntrat  0 p.
in. 8HARP, to inarch to Beacon Hill for camp
Bervice.
Full Uniform.
2. Attendance is compulsory,' but should
any Member be prevented by good and unavoidable cause from going' into Camp, be
must report accordingly to the Adjutant with
application for leave of absence.
3. At the Quartermaster's and Commissary b Offices on Government street Members
will see the orders as to camp equipage required, and receive all other information necessary.
By order of the Captain Commandant,
J. GORDON VINTBR,
_i_j^ Lieut, and Adjutant.
RED LION HOTEL,
GOVERNMENT STREET.
rrHE  ABOVE-NA'mEd" HOTEL   HAVWG
A been opened by
JOB     EDEN.
He will be happy to meet his friends  on all
occasions, aud will furnish them with
tbe best of
Wine., Liquors, Ale, Porter, &c,
and Cigars.
BOARD AND LODGING PER DAY, $1.
kW Bagatelle and Skittles.
,iH»ti8_<l8ee "V'ablishment.     JOE presides and keeps order. :. {"
PME NEW AND FAST SAILING SCH00N-
er
3i*_l:llSrE-EfV-A.,
To sail on or about the first of August.
For Freight or Passage, apply to
E. B. MARVIN,
jy!3 Wharf street.
In the Supreme Court of Civil Justice
Vancouver Island.
THE BANKRUPTCY  ACT, 1861.
T RICHARD WOODS, BEING THE CHIEF
1 , Registrar of tbe said Court, do hereby
certify that on the sixteenth day of July, instant, a certain deed or Instrument bearing
dale the 26th day of June last (1866) and
made and executed by and between George
Jay, James Chestney Dales and David Browne,
Copartners therein described, trading under
the style or firm of JAY 4 COMPANY of the
one fntrt and Thomas Lowe therein described,
trustee for himself and the rest of the creditors of tbe said George Jay, James Chestney
Bales, and David Browne of the other part,
being a deed or instrument purporting to convey all the copartnership estale and effects of
the said George Jay, James Chestney Bales,
and David Browne to be applied for the benefit of the creditors of them the said George
Jay, Janion Chestney Bales, 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 the hour of
10:30 in the forenoon of Buch day brought
into ray office for registration, and was duly
registered pursuant to the provisions of the
Bankruptcy Act, 1861.
. Given under my band 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.
Robkbt Bishop,  Solicitor,
Langley street, Victoria. jylC
HERMAN  SHULTZ,
—AT—
His Well Known and Old Established
Stand
The Government st. Boot Store,
Has just received per steamer
A  FINE   ASSORTMENT   OP
Ladies'  and   Children's   Shoes,
Which be offers at a very low price.
Receives by each steamer from England and
San Francisco
BOOTS     <Sc    SHOES
or Tin
FINEST   AND BEST QUALITY,
FRENCH LEATHER,
SHOE  FINDINGS,
At prices to correspond with the times.
jy 12
Queen Charlotte Coal Mining Co.
(LIMITED.)
Notice of Meeting.
TiHE THIRD ORDINARY MEETING OF
Shareholders of tbis Company will be held
in tbe office of the Company, corner Broad and
Trrunce streets, on Wednesday the 18th day
o! July instant, at 11 o'clock sharp, to receive
quarterly report and transact general business.
J. S. WILLIS, Secretary.
Corner Broad and Trounce _ts.,
July 8th, 1866. jy l_-td
NOTICE.
MARTIN   BROS.,
IMPORTERS OF
Groceries and Provisions,
FIREPROOF BUILDING,
LATELY OCCUPIED BY L'HOTELIER k Oo,
STREET.
jy«
REMOVAL!
Tho Business of
THOMAS WILSON k CO.
Re-commenced    on
MONDAY,    JUNE    19th
In their New and Commodious Store in
MASONIC     sH-AsLL,
GOVERNMENT     STREET,
(Opposite tbo Bank of British Columbia,)
WITH   THEIR   USUAL
WELL - ASSORTED    STOCK?
INCLUDIN G
Goods received by last steamer, and comprisinn; 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,
VICTORIA,    "V.   X.
mWMB   R.   THOMAS,
Proprietor.
"ALWAYS   ON   HAND."
jy a
	
• i
LONDON    HOUSE,
J_fa_/ 30./., 1866.     ■■
Our Importations for the present season are now
complete by arrivals per EXPRESS this morn.nfj';
and the extensive shipments now landing from' the
EASTERN CHIEF
Our DRESS, MANTLE. SILK, SHAWl, MILLINERY, LACE, HOSIERY, DRAPERY, FANCY
and UPHOLSTERY departments are now replete
with the newest and choicest goods. Either Wholesale or Retail customers will find this the best stock
we have yet offered.
LONDON FIRM,
■■
1'
hi
J. P. TunstaU Oo.
VICTOBIA, T. I.,
J. H. Turner A Oo.
For Sale Es: Camden,
Hostetter, Docker, and Angoitnra Bitter*,
Oregon Cider In bbl*. and Mica,
llarct In casks, hatf-raiks and eases,
Santera* and California White Wine,
French Alcohol 90 O.P.,
Eng. Cllqaot, Hun and Belleager Cham,
papne,
And In Store a One assortment of Brandy
and Manors suitable for the Trades
IO- Depot of Havana Cigars.
	
EUGENE THOMAS,
Yates street.
THEATRE
Photographic Gallery
(UP STAIRS).
'rHIS   GALLERY,  LONG  AND  FAVOR-1
I     ably known tu Victorians and strangers,
has facilities in tbe way of light, materials,
4c, and tho  experience of the proprietor en- j
ables him to furnish Cartes de Visite, Ambro-I
types,   and photographic work ot   superior j
finish unequalled by any other bouse in town,.
and at as low patois as othkb  establishments    charge    for    common.  and   inferior t
pictures—in fact at prices to suit the timet* r
Cartes de Visite. - - $5 per Dot
Oot door work attended to. at abort notice.
Md on the moat reasonable terms.
GEORGE   ROBINSON,
jy ( Propriet ati
COMMERCIAL
SHIHP1M.  UTKL-fUKKlt.
POUT Or TICT0K1A.  VANCOUVER   ISLAND.
TELEGRAPHIC
IHTIBID.
Jnly JO—Schr  Matilda,
aaimo.
CLSASID.
None
Greenwood,   Na
•t. Ann's 8chool--l.l*t of Prize*.
Tbe following la the list of prises awarded
at the examination of tbe Convent school, of
which we gave an account yesterday :
riasT   CLASS.
Politeness and general good conduct—First
premium ti xguo : Frances Mayer, Louisa
Uallev. Excellence—First premium Cecilia
McQuule. Religious Instruction F st pre-
miun : C. McQuade; second premiun , Emily
Head .r son ; third premium, Mary A n Murphy. English Oomposition—First premium :
C. McQuade, Matilda Allard; second premium,
M. A. Murphy. Literature—First premium :
C. McQuade, L. Galliy ; second premi >m, M.
A. Murpby, M Allard. History—First pre-
rui-m ; C. McQuade. M. Allard ; second premium, L Galley. Mathematical Geography
—First premium : 0. McQuade, M. A. Murphy.
Astronomy—C. McQuade, L. Galley. Arithmetic, first division—First premium, M. A.
Murpby.
ssceio   class.
Excellence—First premium, F. Mayer.
Gramnvir—First premium : Carrie Watkins ;
second premium, Mary Mclntce; third premium, F. Mayer, Anna McQuade. Geography—First premium: C. Watkins, F.
Mayer; second premium, Martha Laumeis-
ter, E. Henderson ; third premium, A McQuade. Modern History—First premium :
C. Watkins. Arithmeiic—second division—
first premium: A. McQuade, L. Galley.
Writing—first premium: C. Watkins ; second
premium: Baebel Manceat, Bertha Mayer.
Freach—first premium: C. McQuade, E.
Henderson, M. A. Murpby ; second premium :
M. Allard, R. Manceat. Fancy Work—first
premium: M. Ailard, A. McQuade; second
premium: Maggie Leighton, B Mayer. Instrumental Music—first premium, F. Mayer,
Teresa Lichtenstein ;   second   premium : M.
A. Murphy, Ella Lichtenstein ; third premium:
Jane Huston : fourth premium : Sarah Gardi-
ler, Lizette Norwood, Eliza Todd. Vocal
Music—first premlnm : C. McQuade. Drawing
—first premium : E. Henderson ; second premium : M. Leighton.
TBIBD   CLASS.
Politeness and Good Conduct—first premium : J Huston. Assiduity—first premium :
Paulina Laumeister. Excellence—first premium: Rebecca Solomon. Grammar—first
premium, T. Lichtenstein ; second premium :
Paulina Laumeister, Kate O'Dwyer; third
premium : Emily Ridley, Caroline Wren, M.
Lagrange, Sophia Cameron. Geography-
first premium : K. J.icbteustein ; second premium : Mary Derblm, Laura Heywfod ; third
premium : L. Norwood, E. Todd ; fourth premium, Kate Branks, Sarah Cohen. Common
Subjects—first pfemium : Rebecca Solomon ;
second premium ! Cecilia McCann ; third premium : Carrie Huston, Emma Marks. American History—first premium: Sarah Gardiner.
English History — first premium, Carrie
Huston, Rebecca Solomon ; second premium:
B. Lichtenstein, M. Lagrange; third premium : i. Huston. Arithmetic—Third Division
—First premium; T. Lichtenstein; second
premium, K. Marks, Adelaide Catman. Second Division—First preminm j I*. Norwood,
P. Laumeister. Reading—First premium ;
M. K. McCann, Mary Derbam, L. Heywood ;
Second premium, Sarah Cohen, Flora Wren,
Mary O'Dwyer. Writing—f irst premium; J.
Huston, T, Liechtenstein; second premium,
M. Laumeister, Sarah Gardiner; third premium, Kate Branks. Vocal Music—First preminm ; Annie Holden, Matilde Deslatre.
Work—First premium; Christine Charles,
L. Heywood.
rouBTu (LASS. «?•"*
Grammar—Firat premium ; Myria Holdsn ;
second premium; Marie Cbauvr, Mary J.
Hurray. Geography—First premium ; Eliza-
fcetk Front!,, H. Deslatre. Reading—First
Division—Firat premium ; Jane Neeiy, Adeline
Cook; second premium, Charlotte Ridley.
Bacoail Division—first premiun. ; Josephine
Howberger, Annie Tuite, Ella Brodrick, Naqcy
Coyan, Minnie Wallace, Hannah Walsh, Caroline rrontin, Julia Hamburg, Eliza Turner.
Third Dlvisioa—Jane Nelson, Dorothea Cam-
»ron, Jenny Cameron, Angelina Piaggio, Jane
Holden, A, O'Dwyer, Maggie Walsh. Fourth
Division—Bertha Humphrey, Kate Herkimer,
Virginia Campbell, Constance Campbell, Martha Ridley, Marie L. Tissett. Arithmetic—
Henrietta Cotsford. Elizabeth Frontio, Mary
E Coyan, Mathilda Deslatre. Writing -Chris-
line Charles.
To-day's    Despatches.
ireCliL TO THE E.E..UH! TEL_.G-._PB.
Troubles In Tennessee -•
Brownlow Imprisons Members of the Legislature--
Threats of Dissolving the
Legislature by Violence --
The President In favor of
the recusant Members and
opposed to the Governor.
Ths Cakf.—Ninety rank and file o: the 1st
and second Volunteer corps marched out to
Heaeon Hill yesterday evening, under command of Captain Lang, and pitched their
camp io an open space just this side Henly'a.
Some seventy remained all night, including
Captain Lang, Lieutenants Pierce, Wood and
Drummond, and Adjutant Vinter. The men
pronounce a life under canvaa, so far as the
firat aight'a experience goea, to be decidedly
"jolly." To-day the greater number returned
to town, but the full force will again camp
out to-night.
Wabhinoton, Jaly lltb—Tbe following
despatch was received to-tlay from Geu
Thomas :
Nashville, Jaly 14—To Lieut. Oen
Grant, Wabliington.—Some members of
the House of Representatives in general
assembly conduct themselves in a very refractory manner, absenting themselves to
prevent a quorum, tbns obstructing business. Tbe Governor cannot manage them
witb means at bis disposal, and has applied to me for military assistance. Shall
I furnish it ? [SignedJ Giokge H.
Thomas, Major General Commanding.
The following answer was immediately
given:
" General Grant will instruct General
Thomas tbat tbe facts as stated in the
telegram do not warrant tbe interference
of the military authorities in the administration of peace in Nashville. It belongs
properly to tie State authorities. The
duty nf tbe United States force is not to
interfero in any way in the controversy
between tbe political authorities of tbe
State. General Thomas will strictly abstain from any interference between them.
B. M. Stantom, Secretary of War."
New York, July It—Gold strong today in anticipation that the next news
from Europe will be less favorable to tbe
restoration of peace. Stock market irregular. Government securities steady
without much activity.
Chicago, July 18.—The Tennessee
House of Representatives passed resolutions in reference to tbe case of Williams,
of Castor county, in whose favor a writ
of habeas corpus was issued by Judge
Brozier. Tbe resolutions deny the jurisdiction of the Courts, and intimates to
Capt. Huyne, Sergeant-at-Arras, to present said answer as his return to the writ.
Gov. Brownlow has Willia ms under arrest
and expresses himself determined to stand
a suit, and also to bave a quorum and
pass tbe Constitutional Amendment.
Williams refuses to accept parole. Disloyalty is rampant. There are threats of
dispersing tbe legislature by violence.
Feverish excitement prevails throughout the city. Deputies were sent to arrest
Henry Brown, a bolter from Madison
county, bat tbey could not find bim.
They met his brother, Milton Brown,
President of tbe Mobile and Ohio Railroad, who told them that Henry would
not go if they did find him, that President
Johnson did not want a quorum in the
Legislature, and that said Presideut was
opposed to their whole proceedings, and
would soon pat a stop to them.
California.
San Fbanoisco, July 19.—The Golden
Age left this morning with 350 passengers.
The steamship Sierra Nevada arrived
this forenoon.
The auction sale of Hawaiian sugar
tbis morning showed a slight decline on
medium grades.
Arrived—Brig Orient, 7 days from Port
Ludlow ; ship  Favorite, 135 days from
New York ; Parisian, 7 days from Port
Ludlow.
Sailed—British ship Day Dawn, Sydney.
The steamships Oriflamme and Montana are advertised for Portland on Saturday.
BY-LAW.
; Wc, the Mayor and Councillors in Council
bnvened, by virtue of the power and authority
Ha. Zisn begs to announce to the inhabitants ot Victoria that be ha** lately received a*
Urge assortment of Children's Carriages and'
Chairs, Fishing Baaketa and Fishing Canes,
and a large quantity of Market and Travelling
Baskets, China Vases, Fancy Goods and Toys,
al of whieh have to be sold on or before
February next at greatly reduced prices
Goods sold at wholesale for cost prices.    *
Kimova-—Mr. Hibben requests us to state
tbat he is now removing his bookstore from
the old stand, corner of Yates and Lane-ley
streets, to the fine new premises In the Masonic Buildings, Government street, when he will
•pes la a day tt two *
Last Night's Despatches.
European.
Yienna, July 6—Marshal Benedek ad
dressed tbe following despatch to tbe Emperor yesterday at 3 o'clock a. m.: "After
a brilliant contest of five boars' duration
before Eceniggratz, with our centre at
Lippa, the enemy favored by rain, succeeded in establishing himself at Schlu-
metz. Oar lines being broken tbroagh
we were compelled to recede." A retreat
was effected ; loss not known, but considerable.
Biblin, July 5—The victory of Sndoa
produced great enthusiasm. The army
under tha Prince Royal, although distant
from tbe field of battle, succeeded by
great effort in arriving is time to direct
the attack against the right wing of tbe
Austrians, which act decided the victory.
Tbe King decorated tbe Prince on the
leld witb tbe Order of Military Merit.
California.
San Fuamcisco, July 18—Tbe steamer
Moses Taylor which left San Joan del
Sar on tbe 5th, where she connected witb
the Santiago De Cuba, arrived to-day.
Tbis morning a fire broke oat in tbe
rear of a brick building, No«. 415 and
411 Washington street, opros te the Post
Office. White it Ii .u.r, stationers, were
damaged $y*">00 ; H. Aye", dealer in
stoves and tinware, $1000; John Roach,
optician, $21100. Haynes A Lawton
bad in the building a large quantity of
fancy glassware and clocks ; tbeir loss is
estimated at $15,000 ; Barclay & Graves
dealers io petroleum stores, $1000. A
room in tbe corner of Barclay & Graves'
had been used by a party making chemical
experiments, and there it is supposed tbe
lire originated. Haynes A Law ton's portion of the building was completely born-
ed out. Ayres' store was very badly
horned. White & Bauer's lots was en
lirely from water.   Whol - loss, $30,000.
Licenalng C aurt.
[ Ilel'ore the Stipendiary  Me -istrate  and His
Worship the Ms or]
TSANSrSR.
The license of the Fashion
ferred from J. C. Keenan to
'otel vu trans-
'liarlea Brooks.
EVCaSTt's  IXCHAN'II.
The application of A. J. Welch for a license
for Everett's Exchange, Store street, was
taken up. Mr. King appeared for Mr. Welch,
and presented a petitiea from residents in the
neighborhood favoring his applicatioa ; he
also urged tbe amount of capital his client had
expended in the country as a reason for granting bis license. It had been stated that Mr.
Welch had sold to whisky-sellers, but his license was to sell whisky, it did not matter to
whom.
The Bench asked what was the preaent
character of tbe bouae?
Inspector Welch aaid it was a disorderly
house, and he had cautioned Mr. Welch several times of it.
."ergt. Farrell swore that the house was very
disorderly, and was the resort of convicted
thieves and whisky-sellers. He had seen six
of them seated round a table at one time ia
tbe house, and had seen wh>sky delivered to
an Indian in a passage on the premiies.
Officer Taylor corroborated the above ; the
bouse was on his beat.
A. J. Welch swore that there had never
been any disorderly conduct in the house ;
be himself bad given the information against
the bad characters alluded to. The passage
where whisky had been given to Indians was
not on bis premises.
G. C. Wigbam, of Hproat k Co., testified
that the house was an intolerable nuisance to
the neighbors. Norris and Valentine, two
other neighbors, testified to the disorderly
character of the house.
After hearing some further evidence and
consulting on the case the Bench decided to
refuse the license to Mr. Welch.
Mr. Everett, the owner of tbe bouse, then
applied to have the license given back to him,
as its loss would ruin his house.
Mr. Welch also applied for some time in
bich  to get rid of bis stock.
Tbe Bench allowed the matter to stand
over till to-morrow to allow some bona fide
arrangement to be made, but stated to Mr.
Welch that they would not grant a license for
any new bouse.
The application of Peter Walch for a country
license for the Bridge Tavern, Saanich road,
was approved.
"Billy the Bottli."—This individual,
who was remanded from Wednesday last
on a charge by Wm. Lyons of compounding
a felony, was discharged by the Police Magistrate this morning, there b .ing no case against
him. "Tbe Battle" smiled, thanked his
Worship, aud departed rejoicing. Lyons
asked that the $1. he had given the prisoner
might be returned to himself, but the Magistrate said he hud nothing to do with it,
Lyons must proceod to recover by law. "The
Bottle" grinned hugely, thinking he was to
keep tbe money, but the Magistrate ordered it
to be retained by the police, pending further
evidence in the matter.
Mb. Dtonv Palhsb requests that orders for
teaching, playing and tuning Pia.ofortes,and
for instruction in Singing, may be left witb
Messrs. Hibben k Carswell, Stationers and
Booksellers, Government sueet, or at his residence, near tbe top of Fort street. *
Pat Tooa Ltosssis.—To- norrow ia the iast
day for paying the qua. tc Iy instalment on
liquor licenses, and unlet < parties present
tbeir Treaaury receipta at t e police court tomorrow they will not obts a their licenses,
and will be liable to the pi  alties of the act.
Pic-Ntc.—Tbe annual pic ic of the Sunday
school connected with o Presbyterian
church will be held on Frid next; the spot
chosen will probably be Anderson's grovel
adjoining Jay k Co.'s nursery gardens, Spring
Ridge.	
Waobb Case.—Tbe claim of Whear against
Turgoose, for $8, was dismissed in the Police Court to-day, tbe Magistrate allowing it
tc be settled out of Court by the payment of
$5 for tbe amount claimed.
Dar/Mi and Ieoapabli.—John Gaffney was
mulcted in the usual sum of $i 25 for being
drunk and disorderly. Officer McAdam made
the arrest.
The Pistol Oase.—The charge against
Wm. Lyons for feloniously obtaining possession of a revolver was dismissed to-day. Mr.
Ring appeared for Lyons.
The Leviatiah sailed this aftarnoon for
New Westminster witb some of the ladies of
tbe ••varnor's family.
Til Pic-Nic or tie Seasos.—Yesterday
I. sera. Wilson (of Wilson k Murray) and
Reynolds gave a pionic to eome fifty ladies
and gentlemen, who enjoyet) themselves to
their hearts' content wilh music, dancing,
varioua games, rowing parties, etc., refreshed
by a most abundant anpply of lae very beat
refreshments.
The Novelti-S in the Bilk trade tbia season
are tbe beautiful Gros de Sues, Qroa de
Loodree, and Gros de Pekio. A choice lot of
these are for sale at the Loidoi Bocss ; also
a splendid stock of Black Gros Grains and
Glares, from three-quarters to a yard and a
quarter wide, bought before tbe advance in
the cilk market. *
F.beata.—In oar notice yesterday of tbe
examination of St. Ann's School, wc inadvertently omitted among tbe pictures on exhibition a dog and puppies, bv Miss F. Mayer.
The 'boy and lamb ' was executed by Miss C.
Huston.
Areiveo.—A special telegram received here
to-day announcea that the Fideliter arrived at
Portland this morning, at t o'clock, thus
making the run down in 44 hours.
Gee. Hallux and staff arrived at Steila-
coom to-day from Port Townsead, and will
proceed to Olympia to-morrow.
Tbs Aleiaeoea.—By apecial telegram we
iearn tbat the Alexandra will not arrive here
till to-morrow evening.
Dr. Johnson  used  to  say, ' He wbo
waits to do a great deal of good at once
will never do any.'
A New and Grand Epoch is Mediciee I—
Dr. Maggiel ia the foundu of a new Medical
system. The quantitariaua, whose vast internal doses enfeeble the stomach and paralyze
tbe bowels, mnat give precedence to the man
wbo restores health and appetite, with from
one to two of his extraordinary Pills, and
cures the most virulent sores with a box or so
ol his wonderfnl and all healing Salve. These
two great specifies of tbe Doctors are fast superseding all tbe stereotyped nostrums of tbe
day. Extraordinary cures by Maggiel's Pills
and Salve have opened the eyea of the public
to tbe inefficiency of tbe (ao called) remediea
of othera, and upon which people have ao long
blindly depended. Maggiel's Pills are no ol
the class tbat are swallowed by the dozen, and
of which every box full taken creates an absolute necesaity for another. One or two of
Maggiel'a Pills suffices to place the bowels in
perfect order, tone tbe atomacb, create an appetite, and render the spirits light and buoyant 1 There ia no griping, and no reaction in
the form of conatipation. If the liver ia affected, its functions are restored ; and it tbe
nervous ayatem is feeble, it la invigorated.
Tbia last quality makes the medicines very
desirable for the wants of delicate females.
Ulcerous and eraptire diseases are literally
extinguished by tbe disinfectant power of
Maggiel's Salve. In fact, it ia here announced
tbat Maggiel'a UIIIoim, Dynpeptic
and Diarrhea PI lis cure where all
others fail. While for Burns, Scalds, Cbil
blains, Cuts and all abrasions of the skin
Mas-Kiel'* Salve ia infallible. Sold by
J. Maoqiel, 11 Pine ■tree', New York, and all
Druggists, at 2. eta. per box.
New Advertisements.
3STOTTOE
Ship Mohawk, Capt* Da vies, from London
VTEITHER  THE   CAPTAIN   NOR
il    the 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.
Jesse Cowper,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
BOOTS AND SHOES,
LEATHER,
—AND—
SHOE    FINDINGS,
"V-A-TES    STREET,
OPPOSITE WELLS, FARGO _. Co.
At the old stand of Webster & Co., is
prepared to supply the wants of tbe
public io his line.
The Latest Stvles
Received by erery arrival from Englac.
and San Francisco. tyil
Sporborg & Bueff,
COMMISSION   MERCHANTS,
Importers and Wholesale Dealers in
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS,
Boots and Shoes,
Wharf street, Victoria, V. 1. jy 3
J.    SPENCER,
HOUSE AND SHIP
PLUMBER,
Gas-fitter and Bell-hanger,
Corner Yates and  Government streets
All branches of tbe above business practically done with nearness and despatch, at
charges to correspond with the times.
New Advertisements.
WARM WEATHER!
ICE!   ICE!   ICE!"
A   LUXURY  WITHIN TUB  BEACH   OF
all, supplied by
ALEX.    PHILLIPS,
FORT STREET,
To say nothing about Ginger Beer, Lemonade,
or Soda Water witb it.
■The way to keep cool.
if
•TSTOTICE.
In the Supreme Court of Civil Justice
Vancouver Island.
nsr   BANKRUPTCTY,
In re Jay k Co.
\LL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS ON TH*
above Estate are requested forthwith to
send io 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 to tbe said James
Chestney Dales, whom the Trustee has authorised to receive the same on account of tbe
said Estate.
ROBERT BISHOP, Solicitor,
Laogley Street, Victoria.
Dated 16th July, 1B.6. jyl6
WILSON & MULOAY,
GKOCERS,
Provision, Wine & Spirit Merchants,
BAKERS  & CONFECTION
tOftl 8T., VICTORIA, V. I.
SITIPPIKG     SUPPLIED.
it*
A. & W. WILSON,
House and Ship Plumbers
CASFITTERS,
BELL-HANGERS J. TINSMITHS
FORT   STREET.
All order* promptly attended to
if
CARRIAGE   PAINTING
IN ALL ITS BRANCHES,
Yates Street,
Between Deluge Engine House
and tbe International Hotel.
Work   solicited,  and   done   on   the moat
reaaonable terms by
W. M. KEOHAN.
jy 11-lm
Alhambra
BILLIARD SALOON.
CORKER «OrCR!tKE_T AID YATES SI..
UP-STAIRS.
Entrance  on Yates Street
jv 3-lm
HAVAMCIGARS.
LEWIN k  ANTHONY,
TOBACCONISTS,
47 Tates St., Brlok Store
Next to Comer of Government St.,
BEG TO INFORM THEIR FRIENDS AND
tne pnblic in general that tbey will constantly receire by every steamer a good as-
sortmentot Genuine I'avsma « U»r«
and tbe Bent llramls of Tobacco,
imported direct for this market, so that they
are able to compete witb any hr use on tbia
Island, either Wholesale or R- tail.
N".   II—Special   attention will be paid  to
Country orders.
HEIMAN LEWIN.     |     LOUIS ANTHONY.
jy2
THE PIONEER
ICE CKEAM,
—FROM THE—
PACIFIC TELEGRAPH HOTEL,
IS AGAIN IN THE FIELD.
THE   PROPRIETOR  IS   PREPARED   TO
supply, as usual, h,is customers, partiea,
balls, etc., at moderate rates.
PACIFIC TELEGRAPH HOTEL,
jy3 Store alec* Tlie
J ;
.y
Absence  of Rowdyism
Germany.
In
One of the most -delightful features of
Meat job. find it ia tbe streets, oo tbe
public squires, in tbe railway stations and
ioill great gatherings _of people, is tbe
absence of rowdjriam. Tbat tendency toward the "swell" style of dressing,
towards a coarse swaggering bearing,
towards a Bowe y manner of replying .0
questions, is conspicuously absent here.
-I have during the past year seen but a
angle Oerman wbo could be called at all
rowdy " ia bis dress or bearing. The
nation is one of the most civil, law-loving
and custom-following ones in the world ;
Wit and Humor.
Red noses are like lighthouses to warn
voyagers on the sea of life off tbe coast
of Malaga, Jamaica, Santa Cruz aod Holland.
Tbe widow of a celebrated musician
bad inscribed upon bis monument:—" tie
has gone where bis music can only be excelled.'' Tbe widow of a pyrotechnist
saw this, and had inscribed upou ber bus-
band's tomb:—"He is gone where bis
fireworks can only be excelled."
Jerrold was in Fiance, and with a
Frenchman who was eutbusiastic on tbe
subject of the Anglo-French alliance.
Ho said that he was proud to see the
New Advertisements.
ICE CREAM
STBAWB_KEi.S~.dID .SEAM.
Miscellaneous.
All the
Delicacies
Season
ot  the
it is one of those least given to what is   English such good friends at Inst.    "Tut!
Dizarre or extravagant.    There is no wild ' ,-     "     ~~~~~~"     "
mirth riven among the children, and even
tbe plays are ruled down to a strict and
almost new Tiolated decorom.*   There
is true politeness among the Germans;
you n.rer enter a shop to buy even the
smallest thing without being saluted, you
never leave ore without a parting word.
The common   expression in  meeting   is
' good morning," or "good day;" that
In parting is "I commend myself most
obediently."   It is the custom' in some
parts of Germany to say •' your servant,"
at both meeting and parting, just as we
o«ed to write in tbe subscription of letters.
Thero is in truth no absolute uniformity
jo the salutations. Tho woman who
brings bread every day before breakfast,
swings a great basket from her shoulder
saying "fine good morning," and the
milk woman who appears a little later,
always makes her conge with the words
" adieu, may you live well." Witb tbe
French this is mere outside polish, with
tbe (ieruiaus it is innate breeding, the
expression of humble deference, the language of kindliness and of genuine interest
Ode in another.- English Tourist.
, On Litebart Ladies.—Mr. Kingsley,
in responding to the toast—' Historical
Literature,' said that of history he knew
nothing, for he was professor of history,
arid bad therefore long since discovered
the   difference   between   profession   and
Sractice. As for imaginative literature,
e really thought it wns hard io these
days to ask a gebtleman to gel up and
respond to such a toast as the present.
If the world continue to go on as fast as
it was proceeding now, ladies must be
called up to fulfil this duty. Until Mr.
Algernon Swinburne appeared where, be
should be glad ,0 learn, would they find
among men su.h poets 48 Mis. Rocetti,
Mrs. Jean Ingelow, or Miss A. Proctor ?
Or who could write such works of prose
fiction as tbe authors of ' John Halifax'
or ' Romola ?' Was there any man tbat
could beat these works ? No ; tbe Amazons Imd invaded tbis time not Athens,
but Parnassus itself. What the losser
lights were to do be knew riot. He
thought it was both creditable to the ladies and to literature tha't this change had
taken place. In former times men alone
dealt with literature ; but the more delicate the weapon became, the more delicate were the hands which wielded it. In
conclusion, be would remark that if he
could give any advice to young men how
they might encape ihe trials and troubles
that might beset their path in the liter-
are profession—bow esoape Whitecross
street prison and the workhouse, it would
be by marrying a literary lady'and setting
himself down to Ihe humble and chivalrous duty of. reviewing his wife's books.'
3-Froto a tale speech of Cliarles Kings-
by-	
But Land—Horace Greeley . urges
everybody to 'buy land.' He'siys:
1' Land .is amazingly cheap in most purta
of our country, and is not destined to
remain 10. Immigration is very heavy ;
we are all sick of war ; and our population increases at a rate which will double
it every twenty years. Tbe dbmmoa potion that we st II have an enormous area
pf arable soil unappropriated is a mistake.
West of Knnsa 1 and Nebraska—I hat is,
over tnree hundred miles west of the Missouri—there is little good laud, 'Ibe
central table lards of onr continent lie so
high as to be cold and frosty, and in summer ore parched by persistent, pitiless
drought. Even were not the lack pf tim
ber a serious obstacle to settlement, not
one acre in fifty could be rendered productive without irrigation and artesian
wells, arid these ore Very costly.'
Tbavbllehs along tbe sea shore of
New Zealand have to wear veils toVo-
tect their faces and eyes from si .fine
metalic sand which rises with every1 puff
of wind. This sand proves upon analysis
It0 .»,• 'J* purest ore of iron known.' Its
composition is, peroxide of iron, 3_<.5 *
oxide of titapinb with slices, 11.43 • ios_
12. Experiment shows that tb. ore-i
yields m the furnaeo 75 per cent. 61 the
best quality of steel. The .meltioi was
done in a little furnace with a Hearth
•eventten inehes diameter and 10 nches
deep. A ton of fuel (coke) made 'a ton
of metal titaniferous, which, added in
the proportion of fivo per cent, td ordi-
*t*J ,Btee[. transforms it to first qnalifcy.
For those who worship an ideal,wick-',
edness, opprobrium is glory. Itj is a
height from which they can look itawn -
a snpeHority it least of some kmd ; a
pre-eminence in which they can display
iJHttOT-elvM royally A gallows standing
*>«>.VgVn the-gaze, of!all to. worldfis not
the beet thing I know  between France
and Euglund is—the sea,"said Jorrold.
" There he goes again," said Mrs.
Partington in the Legislature, us a member stood up for the iiftb time to speak
on tbe same question. ' There he goes
like a soda fouutain aud just as fluid as
water. Now, Isaac, mind him and see if
you can't become a speaker of the house
of reprehensibles some lime. I declare !''
continued she, as a new burst of eloquence
reached her ear, " it does seem as if the
maotlepiece of Daniel Webster bad fell
on to bim, he's so bright.''
Tho London Owl says the conduct o
tbe United States Government in relation
to tbe recent Fenian agitation in Ireland
has been most satisfactory and bas strongly
evinced their sense of justice aud tbeir
good will towards this conntry. Several
American citizens were taken up on the
suspension of tbe habeas corpus act, but
the only remark which this elicited from
Mr. Adams, who has shown throughout
tbe greatest tact and kindness of feeling,
was the expression of a hope that unless
there was some real evidence to implicate
them they would not be long detained-
Tbe Irish executive responded by liberating several ot tbem on the sole condition
tbat tbey should at ouce leave the country.
A Blessing.—' May tbe bleesings of
God await thee, and tbe sun of glory
shine round thy bed ; and may the gate
of plenty, honor and happiness ever be
open to thee ; may no sorrow distress thy
davs, no grief disturb thy nights; may the
pillow of peace kiss thy cheek, and the
pleasures of imagination attend thy
dreams. And when length of years makes
thee tired of earthly joys, and the curtain
of death gently closes around thy last
sleep of human existence, may tbe Angel
of God attend thy bed, and take care that
the expiring lamp of life shall not receive
one. rude blast to hasten on its extinction.'
To Embitter Domestic Life.—Maintain your opinion ou small matters at the
point of the bayonet.
A. W. PIPER'S,
GOVERNMENT    STREET,
OPPOSITE TUG THEA'iRE.
ST.    LOUIS    COLLEGE
WULL    BB-OPEN
On Monday, 6th August*
ty 6-1 m
Miscellaneous.
ROYAL
INSURANCE
FIRE   <3c X__LF_B_
Capital,
Ten Million Dollari
A   Triumph   of    Science
—A_D-~
THE LIGHT  OF   THE   WORLD
DR. MAGGIEL'S
......
PILLS   & SALVE.
B8BRVE   TO     J-C-BBT    L08S_.6
five Million Dollars!
?_.
FACTS vs* THEORIES*
" Give mo a place to rest my lever on,"
aaya Arcliiiuit'le.i, "'aud I will move the
world." " Giveine pure and unadulterated
drugs," aays Medicus, of tbe olden time,
"and I will cure disease."
In one sense, both of these learned pundits
were the Veriest charlatans. Tbey knew there
Wits no place to rest their lever on, either to
moVe the world or cure disease. Mechanism
wits in a backward state, and the medical profession ■was but'anothei name for sorcery,
and all the adjuncts of magic filters and
charms of the ",evil eye," flee.
tliui th}.*' latici'days huve borne unto us
sometaing nldre than even' shperatlW.n add
its crew ever dreamt of in tbeir maddest phi.
losophy.' i In'th.se'days of practical science,
what was theory ot yesterday ir fact to-day,
and all tbe old time notions become ae bubbles
ia the ana, and burst aad break witb every
breath we draw.
Let Arcbitu.des shoulder his lever and we
will find a retting place for it to move the
world. Let mino iino'tcnt Medicus pant land
(oil ho mor* for tie drugs he bo sorely needs,
for we bave them at our hand, ever ready to
serve them nt his heck.
t Refined in the laboratory of Dr. Magklei,
tbe finest materials known In tbe medical pro
fession are obtainable by' any one. ' His
Billious, Dyspeptic, and Diarrhoea Pills stand
unrivalled, add his Salve operates with magical effect upon burns, scald., and all sores and
ulcers df the s_in.: ■' • ■'
. In fact, wo think .Uaoui/s Pills and Salve
are tbe wonder of'tbis century, and we _.re
bappy in the thought1 .hat'tnart'y others of our
brethren of the cralt agree with us. WiefW
earnestly counsel that all
themselves Willi Dr.
These Life-giving remedies are now, for tbe Art
time, % ve'i pubi civ to tli - w *r <i. For over a quai ter
ut* century of private practice the Ingredients In three
Life-Giving Pills
Hit* ..*<■_. imert with the greatest luecesi. Tli'ir
m-Hii hi ii n<>t on t lo >T vent ■ i_':w\ but to cure
They h« rdi q'J ih ■ varloits iiml uil.'i by which the
fMtifnt i« tu.fer.ng, and re-invlgorates th« alllnu.
sytiem. T the aged and inflrin a lew doios nf Uichh
valuable I'lLi.H will prove to be
iym mmm of tooth,
For tn evert-oa» tSty add new life and vita'lfy, and
e*toro ths w.iii'.gm.,,^..., u> their i-rittian iiHte, T ■
ibe j "wig fin I mi <ili i-ged tiny will pr*ve moitfn
v-ilu Me, a* a ret j, tpoctfW and iter in; medicine.
•re it. a iln'atn HMttlSed, tlut I'.»iicn-d«--Xeoa tough'
Tor three hundred yens ago, and never fund. He
lookm1 for a f uotain that would reatore the old to
vigor and make routh ever
An External Spring !
■
It waa left for (hit day and hour tn realise the dream,
and  .how in aoaglorioui fk«t the magic that mad-
it fair.
DOVE, MAJVAOEH.
Thi" Company haa now the lirgcit Income for fire
aod Life Premium, of any Company in tbe world.
The undersigned, Afeati.br Vancouver Inland aod
Brltiih Columbia, retura their particular thank* to tba
pnblicfor their patronage of tbo KoyaJ ainco the open
lag of the agency, and aim to the Victoria Fire Com'
P_.-_.ch for their valuable nervleen.
Tlie Fire Branch,
Of this agency In 18(4 wis nearly -mibls tbat oUMt—
the risk in VUtorla aline amounted U, |110U,000.
The business of the
Life Branch.
Has also largely Increase,  since th*   Director, reduced
theiataato the English atandard.
Anderson *LOo
Store* Street.
A.eats for Vanooaver Island and British  Columbia
re*.
U ^Capital,  Two Millions Sterling.
Maneheater Ex.h_.Kga Street.
London   10. I ornhlll.
Liverpool T, Water "treat.
eiaegew 4, Sou lb Hanover street.
BlrmlaKh-.nl Tbe Euhanfr.
Bristol ".O.Ilroail Street.
HAVING BKEN APPOINTED A0RNT8
for the above Company, we are now prepared le take riaks at ratea aa moderate aa
these of any other reaponaible (lotnpany.
WKJHSK.NBUIlfiKIt k SUHLOESSBB,
Vancouver laland Agenoy.
Jr»
THE GREAT
REMEDY
-AGE.
OP  THE
HOLLOWAY'S OINTMENT.
The  effect   ol the   Ointment   on   th*
System.
To the very coie and centre of all dlaeaaea
wblcb affect tbe human body, this remarkable
preparation penetrates. It disappears under
the friction of the hands, al salt diaappeara
when rubbed u. on meat. Tbe unguept performs its healing errand rapidly, safely, aad
without paic. (simple erupiiona, open sores,
hard tumors, scrofulous developments of all
kinds, abcesses, cancers, old wounes. and, In
fact, every species of inflammation and suppuration, whether in tbe akin, the flesh, the
glands, or among the muacles, can be arreatab
tn itl destructive course, and permanently
cared without danger by rubbing In tbia inee-
timable Ointment.
NCTIOB-
Big   Bend,   British    Columbia;
DURING THE MINING SEASON, THE
undersigned will be prepared to execute
surveys, and transact a general agency buai-
n»aa at Big Bead.
JOHN   MORRIS,
jy 2 Civil Engineer.
THE  ONE THING   WANTED.
HOLLOWAY'S PILLS.
Bail   Lege, Bad  Breasta,.  Bona,
Ulcere.
and
THESE FAMOUS  REMEDIES
an* bold .oof, disease., hat mi.-btlrl mph over tne
t',. ."J"1, 1 _?""'• Lel """« hesitate tben, but
"**.' '*™M'> opportttnitv that offer.. When taken
a. prescilbrd—
For Billious Disorders    i
N'nLhinrr eeQ be mora productlee of cure tban these
PilN—Thfsir nlmunt m -)fir infl-i«tion Is Colt at «'<"<'
•lid theoflMP e*.nt; naitam* nf thin nitet <li*ti
dleeaae are removed. Tin
Ihe pureet
heae re mid lei aro made from
VEGETABLE COMPOUNDS.
Th-jr will noj hatm th» nost deBcate female, and
"ihe itt mwlth good effect iu prescribed de.es to
the loungest babe. r        '■  *  *   *."]
For Cutaneous Disorders
families provide
______ Maggiel's Prepataiions at
once, add knop them ready at hand, eo as  to
»"« lh"™ "• *' opportune time and as
use them at tho most .rl,.„,i, i
occasion serve*.— Valley Sentinel.
New Advertifiements
M
«i
withoot gome analogy with a .Krone.
be eiposed is at least to be
studied.—■Victor Hugo.
To
seen aud
Jesse €owpep,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
BOOTS AND SHOES
1 '  I l'
LE4THEK,
—AND-
SHOE    FINDINGS,
-STATES   STREET,
OPPOSITE WELLS, FARGO k Co. |
At the old stand of Webster & Co., tl
prepared 'to supply the wants of ibt>
pnblic iD his llrre.
'.VO.H   9ti).
'     ■
^___r
And all eru'tlona or th»iilt_i,»b* SAI.VB'js most In-
valu»-|B It doe» n t heal externally alone, but pene-
tr tea with tha WH e.irchlh, eS.tl, to the- vet/root
HI. | ,    • [•"■"
oFihaavil,
DR. MAGGIEL'S PELLS ,
i
IfiTaritibly dure the following Di.ea.ei.-
Asthraa,
Bowel OompUlntL
1 anl ,Oon(th«,
Colds,
'   Cbelt Dt-eas*.,
Coltireness,
D.tpe.Bla/
■;'■'< i Diarrhea,
Dropsy,
' ■■' ».-tlHy,
Female OampuiM, ifaver and _ _ue.
"itraMMtha, '
ta<H»'stlon,
I»«i(fi_,;
■ ; ftjejamstloa,
IiMra Weikn*,,,
'.'lUsarOaniplsrtnt,
In many Hospitals in Europe this celebrated
remedy is now used for the cure of old wonnda.
sores, and ulcers ; in Spain and Portugal, and
in many parts of Italy, tbe firat Physicians re-
regularly prescribe itd use. It is a soveroigr
remedy for bad breasts and bad legs; and likewise for all skin'diseases. It la to be found in
the chest of nearly every sailor, soldier, and
emigrant.
lmprudenctea of Youth | —Sorea a md
Ulcere.
The above class of complaints Is surely re
uoved by nightly fomenting the parte wltl
»arm ws,ter, and then by most effectually rub
oing in this Ointment. Pursoim suffering from
theso direful complaints should lose net a mo
ment in arresting their progress. ' It should bi
understood that it is not sufficient merely to
smear tn. Ointment on the affected parts, bbf
it must be well rubbed in for some considerable
time two or tbree times a day, that it taiy be
taken into the »y6tem, whence it will romov
only hidden sore or wound as effectually a,
though it Were palpable to the eye. Bread arid'
•water poultices, after the rubbing in of th
Ointment, will do great eervice. This ia th.
only proper treatment for females in eases oi
cancer in the stomach, or for those who suffrr
from a general bearing don n.
Files, Fistulas, gtrletarce.
Blotches, aa also swellings, can with certointj
be radically cared if the Ointment be use.
freely, and the Pills be taken night and morn,
ipg as recommended in theprinted instructions
When treated in any other way these complaint.
Duly dry up in one place to break out in an-
tther; whereas tbis Ointment will remove the
humor from tho system, and leave the patien
i vigorous and healthy being. It will requir,
.ime, aided by the nee of the Pills, to ensure
asting euro,
Dipt her In,   Bronchitis,   Sols,   Throats.
Any of the above class of diseases may be
'tired by well nibbing tb* Ointment three
•.imes a day upon the skin covering tho throat,
cheat, and neck ot the patient. The unguent
will soon penetrate the pores and give immediate relief. To allay the lever and l«Ssen its
Inflamation, eight or ten Pills should be taken
night ond morning. Tho Ointment will pio-
| duco perspiration, which is so essential for
remo-ing fevers, sore throats, and those oppressions of the chest which arise from.
Asthma, Bronchitis, and other causes. 1,
Both the  Ointment and  Pitta   ah
be uaed In the following Catss
__a—__ Utters,
Kheumatlatn,
HalV hhenm,
-----------------B! Scalds,
, SUaD-seuaa
tr«8t-S!_^t?__^aW^ wittefefr* '.mrrand
MM.0™ _!__j_5_ °*ch •*' f b<Ui*itn*a »>)' DB* J-
thrf_!sl__,_?t_.n,l,.:'.*2*<!t,'b,» n*1^" 'a Madi'etaOa
The Latest
iol
Received by every arrival from Engl
nnrl fio« leWss-S—
and San Francisco.
iya
■* :!:
A. C. Laxigley * Oov
Aa.biav?nfiw9r^
and British
*JJ»
BadLega    ;
fM Breuta
*i_rni
rflntnions
Bitsot MeschPtoea
; an< Sand-Files
ooe-ba*
The Blood.
These famous pills are so composed tba
they operate wholesomely on the stomach, the
liver, the bowcla, and other organs; by correcting any derangements in their functions,
whereby a steady supply of pure materials tor
tbe renewal of the Blood is furnished, and a
constant abstraction of effete products is effected. This perfect circulation thus becomes
the very fountain of health and life, and over-
comas all form of disease wherever its situation.
General Dliorders of tbe Liver
and Stomach.
All who ever indulge a* table, either In eating or drinking, should take shout ten of t!es-
lamoua pills at bed time, from whieh will ree
rjlt a clear head and good stomach the following morning. Thousands of Ladies are always complaining of sick headaches, want of
appetite, wantof energy,and wantof strength,
to correct all these evils, three or four of tbese
Pills should be taken twice a week, when they
would give tbe Invalid the health ami appetite
of a ploughman.
FenoalcH of all Aces apd ClaNN*-*
Obstructions of any kind, either in young
or those between forty and fifty—th** most critical petiod of life—may be radically remov.d
by using these Pills according to the printed
directions whieh accompany each box. Yonng
persons with sickly and sallow complexion!
may hare tbe bloom of health restored by this
corrective, wLich purifies the blood and expels all gross and Impure humors from the system. Beware then of tbe critical age fron.
forty to fifty, as it sends many thousands to
premature grave,—tbese Pills should be takes
tt that period of lile two or three times a
teek
Want   or Stren_rth and .Energy.
Persons of sedentary habits, or those troubled in mind, working in Faotories or Coal
Pits, who cannot obtain tbat amount of fresb
air and exercise which nature renuiren, suffer
from weakness and delility, lowness of spiri:.
and want of appetite. All such should take I
iose or two of these Pills every three pr foul
days, as they act gently end effectually on tbe
system and impart vigor and energy to the
body, which is always followed by a good
appetite, sound and refreshing sleep, { and a
high flow of spirits.,
For the Cure of Dropay.
The cfficncy pf Hollo way's Pills in Dropsy
is extraordinary. They act with, such a peculiar effect upon the system, that the fluid'
causing this direful complaint, are perceptibl
carried off and prevented from any further
accumulation. The sufferer regains a' buoyancy of spirits, and rejoices in a completely
renovated constitution. It is indispensably
neceaaarr that the Ointment Should, he most
effectually rubbed into the complaining parts
during tbe whole course of treatment.
Children and their Alimonta.
In no country In tbe world are more children
carried to an early grave than iq Great BrUom.
Congha, Measles, 8c«rlatjna, Fevers, and other
-ieeaeee attack the little sufferers, apd death,
but too often, follows at a rapid pace; yet if
at the first Stage ot these complaints, parents
were to have recourse to Hollo way's .Pills, all
danger wonld be avoided, for tbe stomncb
and bowels would ne gently but effectuallv
cleansed by this mild aperient; the depraved
humors correcteo ana tne secretions duly regulated. A perfect cure .would toon be effected, and the Uttle patient restored,to soun'
health.."
TTnllnwa*1
' ■_J!-H__t__jr£,i,rDec___-".*ta ""I
__— OWftf, 241,1
Photographic aalfc,',n.,|
___Bg_-foot
J.llMalni
Chapped Banda
.Corns (Corns)
[Cancers
fcs.ntracted   ,
Sti It Joints
elephantiasis
fistulas
Gout
Ulamlular
lings
mbsjro.
Pllea
Rheumatism
"calds v
Sore Nipples
K 're Throat
kin dlseas
scurvy ■
Sore heads
Swell- Tamers
'Dicer.
Wounds
Tawa
Sold at fie Establishment ol .kovisior Hollow*
1*14, Strand, fnear Temple Bai), London ; also by a
reeiwcta-le. Drnunlets and. Healers In Mediclnea ihrou.h
rt the clvlllaed wbrld, at the*folluwiBlr prices   fl. l]id
Sd. I «* «*_. UK, S3, and 83ai, each Pot.
■ **•   There; a a oooalderahle saving bj tailns ska krjii
.teea. ■ 'i , .        ,
K b.—I'lrectlons _>r the (rnli-no* of PallenU In evaa
disorder are affixed to eaoh rot.
m
aaua
Astbma
BiUions Complaints
tbe
Ffinalfi  Irregutnr-'
llles
Fever of all kinds
Flta
iiont
Bead ache
Indigestion
Inflammation
l-aoodlce
Liver Complaints
Lumbago
Piles
Rheumatism
Retention af Urine
I*., HAi
lSorot_'norKI__<|
1   Evil '
Sora.Throata
.stone and Gravl I
Idecoailarr ..mp-
'   toma
Tlc-Dolorenx
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