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VOL. I.
VJCTOHIA,
T TT "Fl
"EVENING TELEGRAPH,"
WfeMMIW
Everv   Eveniag at  4   O'clock,
(.Saturday and Sunday evenings excepted.)
ALSO SVKIIV
SUNDAY    MORNING !
TK.K.MS OF   Sl'llst KIITION l
IVr Ainnial, la advane-', l.y msil fl'l 00
Far sis months,     ti nn
1. r Wesfc, nsjal.le lo I'arrior        2.',
II | • d Aott        10
For terms of Advertisement apply at the
Office. Lanttley Street
New Advertisements.
The Legend of Rabbi  Hen Levi.
Il.iiuii Bus Levi, nn tbe Sabbath, rend
A volume of the Law, in which it said,
"No man shall look  upon my face and live."
And aB  ho read, be  prayed tbat God would
give
His faithful servant grace wilh mortal eye
To look upon His face and yet not die.
Thon fell a sudden shadow on the page,
And lifting Up bio eyes, grown dim with ngc,
He saw the Angel of Heath before him Stand,
Holding a naked sword in his rtghl baud.
Rabbi Ben Levi was a righteous man,
Yet through his veins a chill uf terror ran,
Wilh   trembling  voice   ho  said, ' What wilt
thou hero?
The Angel  answered, " Lo ! the time draws
near
Wben  thou  must  die ;   yet first,   hy  God's
decree,
Whatc'cr thou nskest shall be granted iliee."
Hi plied the Rabbi, " Let these living eyes
First look upon my place in Paradise."
Thon  said the  Angel, "Come wilh me and
look."
Rabbi Hen Levi closed the sacred book,
•  And rising, and uplifting his gray head,
" (live me thy sword," lie to the Angel snid,
" Lest thou suould'st fall  upou mo by the
way."
The Angel smiled and hastened to obey,
Then led him forth to the t elcstial Town,
And set him on the wail, whence ga/.ing down,
Rabbi Hen Levi, witli his living eye-,
Might look upon his plnce iu I'nradise.
Then straight into the city nf the Lord
The   Italihi   leaped  wilh   the  Death Angel's
sword,
And through the streets there swept a sudden
breath
<Jf something there unknown, which men call
death.
Meanwhile  the   Angel   stayed   without,   and
cried,
" Come hack I "    To which the Rabbi's voice
replied,
" No I in tho name of (lod, whom I adore,
I swear that hence I will depart no more I "
Then all the Angels cried, " 0 Holy One,
Sec what the son of Levi here has done I
Thc kingdom of Heaven he takes hy violence,
Aud in thy name reftisoi to go hence !"
The Lord replied, " My Angels, be not wroth ;
Did e'er tbo sou of Levi break his oath?
Let him remain ; for he with mortal eye
Shall look upou my face and yet not die."
Reyond tho outer wall thc Angel of Death
Heard the great voice, and said, wilh panting
breath,
" Give back  tho  sword, nnd  let me  go  my
way."
Whereat thc  Rabbi   pulsed  and  nnswercd,
" Nay I
Anguish enough already has it caused
Ainunir tho sous   of men I"    And  while he
paused,
He heard the awful mandate of the Lord
Resounding through the air, " Give back the
sword I"
The Rabbi bowed his head in silent prayer ;
Then said he to the dreadful Angel, " Hwe.ir.
No human eye shall look on it again ;
Hut when thou takest away the souls of men,
Thyself unseen and with an unseen sword
Thou wilt perform the bidding of the Lord."
The Angel took the swor.l   again, and swore,
And walks on enrth unscon for evermore.
An Irish preacher wub considerably
annoyed (ns many before mnl since Imve
likewise been) by person! getting up und
leaving the church during his sermon.
His patience being exhausted, he stopped
his discourse, nnd in a rowdy way exclaimed—' Go on, my lud, I've seen tho
top of your head, Unit's enough !'—'I'll
see you again, bir.' You had better see
me now,' replied tho preacher, 'for wben
I am in the pulpit I light for the Lord,
but wheu I'm out of it I light foi myself.'
A sailor, thc other day, in describing
his first efforts to becomo nautical, said
that just at the close of a dark night be
was sent aloft to sec if he could see a
light. After a short timo he wns hailed
from the deck with—' Mast head, ahoy !'
—'Ay, ny, sir,' was tho answer. 'Do you
see a light V—'Yca, Bir.1 'What light ?'
—'Daylight, sir.' The lookout was
ordered down with a run.
OS    TUB    BANKRUPTCY    OF   A    PBR80N      SAMEO
IIOHI'.K.
That Homer should a bankrupt be,
Is not so very Odd-dye-see;
If it be true, as I'm instructed,
So Ill-he-had his books conducted.
ON' A TALKATIVE PEEK.
They sny he has no heart; but I deny it:
He bos a heart—and gets his speeches by it.
' Father,' suid a roguish boy, ' I hope
you won't buy any more gunpowder ten
lor mother.'—'Why not?'—'Because
every time she drinks it she blows us up!'
—'Go to bed sir, immediately.'
For Sale Ex Camden,
Hosteller, Ilothrr, and Aiigo-(ura;illl(rrs,
Oregon rhlrr in bills, and cues,
l lan i In ra-k-, half-rusks and rasei,
Saiilcrnc mid «nlifornla White Wine,
French  tlcohal HI) 0.1*.,
Kui;. I liipiiit, Mmum and llollcngcr'Chnm-
pngue,
And  In  store an   nn«ni■imriii   of  flrandy
and 1.!quni■* -tillable for tbe Trade.
&&• Depot of Havana Cigars.
THI!
New Ailvi■rtisi-iiirrits.
EVENING TELEGRAPH
a u 0
EUGENE THOMAS,
Tates street.
The Colonial Market.
JOHNSON   STREET,
(niTosin:    oniEXTAL   ai.i.ky,)
Will be li'-iipi'iied on
Saturday,    August     4th,
The market will be constantly supi'lied
Willi the lust quality of articles required for
the family table. Fresh supplies received
daily.
an 1 N. V. LANOE.
WARM WEATHER!
ICE!   ICE!   ICE!
»     LUXURY   WITHIN THK   KRACII   OF
il nil, supplied by
\LEX.    r»IIII..TJ,ir>!S,
FORT STREET,
To sny nolhiiifr about dinger Beer, Lemonade,
or Soda Water with it.
Jfctf The way to keep cool. au 3
"ROUND TIIE CORNER"
IS TIIK NA.MIC OF TIIE
USTEW     SALOON
JEST OPENED I.V
Lnii',;ley   Street,   round   the
corner from Yates si net,
In the building formerly  occupied   by   the
Saloon of Kiieiiiiaiiot's HoTBL.
The Saloon lias been tastefully refitted,
and will bt supplied with tlio
F I It S T   Q U A L I T Y   0 F
Wines   and  Liquors.
The proprietor respectfully invites tho public, to call "HOUND THE CORNER" and
judge for themselves.
QOTSUKBKNT  BTBBBI    I'N'TUANCr. — NKXT
door in ihe Telagraph Office.
jyj9       jii'iiB  iir.itKniKit.
Oriental Restaurant,
TATES   STREET,
In connection with the Oriental Hotel.
T
IMS  ESTABLISHMENT   IS  OPEN AT
ALL mints OF THU DAT OR NIGHT
THB    TABLE
Will be fnrir 'icd with tho best tho market
affords.
Breakfast,
Dinner,
Supper
At moderate prices,
Oysters   in   every   Style.
Private Rooms for small or largo parties.
Call aud judge for yourselves.        jy 30-Im
NOTICE !        NOTICE !!
I
jlROM THIS HATH THE UNDERSIGNED
has concluded to reduce his price ONE-
HALF ; and hcrcaflcr tho
FINEST WINES AND LIQUORS,
ALE,   BEER,  kc, kc,
Will be served at the
" METROPOLITAN"
At TWELVE AND A HALF CENTS
per sample.
Tlie public will please call and sample, and
sa'isly themselves Ihat the very best is to be
had at tin; above price.
T. J. BURN'S,
Metropolitan Saloon, Store street.
^ 20
THEATRE
Photographic Gallery
(UP  STAIRS).
'pus  OALLERT,  LONG  AND  PAVOR-
1 ably known to \'i« ii.ri.ni-i and imagers,
has facilities in the way of light, (enteral-.
Ac., and tbe experience of the proprietor i n-
allies him to furnish dries de Visile. Anbro.
types, and photographic work ol
anish unequalled byaoy other house in i wt,
and at as low PilCM as othkii k-taiii.i«ii-
ments chargo for common and Inferior
pictures—in fact at prices to suit tho times
Cartes de Visits
$5 per Doz
GENERAL
Job   Printing
ESTABLISHMENT
Langley Street,, Victoria,
The   Printing   Office
OF  THE
EVENING
TELEGRAPH
Office is replete with every appliance
and variety of Material for the
Execution of
LETTER PRESS   PRINTING!
In all its branches, whether
Plain or Ornamental
Out door work nltonddl to  nt short notice,
and oa the molt reu.-uinnble terms*
GEORGE   ROBINSON,
an 6 Proprietors
RED LION HOTEL,
GOVERNMENT  STREET.
'I'lIE  ABOVE-NAMED   HOTEL  HAVING
A   been opened hy
JOE      B13E3ST,
lie will be  happy lo  meet his   friends  on all
occasion?, an    will furnish them with
the best of
Wine?, Liquors, Ale, Porter, &c..
and Cigars-
BOARD AND LODGING 1'ER DAY, $1.
fifty" Bagatelle and Skittle*.
Call and SCO the establishment.     JOE presides and keeps order. an lu
THE GREAT   REMEDY  OF  THE
A til..
HOLLOWAY'S OINTMENT.
The   effect   uf   tUe    Ointment   on    the
"j ■friii.
To the t. ry co * m<| ren'tt o' nil life* ntee
which effect tli- human hortjr, thii refuarfceble
preparation peaetrate . Ii dieappeari M4af
ibe friction oi the beadi, ee ^it dt**i<|H*»rs
ivh'-n robbed n^on v-..;. Tbi ungnriitper-
form tU healing eei ■>, refeljr, HHd
wtthooi pelts p: ;! ■ ri up .'■'■.■ open oreii
Irnrd ttirniK , tn ffliuin « ( \ flopni. ni- of nil
kinds, eheei iei, cum •■■ -. old e eaaee* nn*l, in
.ii*, %*y%tj ipect'l of iill iTiiiiutiton :<nd «:ip-
po ration, whether iti tteikta, the fleeb   tlm
BAR I"- .TPIteb
in iti dettraotlve ooute, nod p'-rnuinently
i a red wlthou! -! logei by i nbblng m ibli loee-
timithle Ointment.
[{tut     L*C««   llinl    Mnns»s
Uleei*.
Voru,   and
A
YOUNG  GIRL  FOR LIGHT IIOUSE-
work, and to wait on table.
Apply to
MRS. ZINKB,
i'ntcs St., between Government and llrnnd.
jy «
EX   FIDELITER
A Choice Lot of Bacon
Jumt  .A.rrive<l.
For Sa'c by
P.   Gilligan,
8TORB STREET.
Miscellaneous.
rpiIE OFFICE AIMS at securing
JL such speedy Execution of orders as is
consistent with correct and elegant Work-
manship.
Orders received for Printing
Hooks, Business Cards,
Pamphlets Invoices,!
Catalogues Bill Heads,
Sermons, Trade Forms,
Reports Circulars, (Pkin
Rentals, Coloured,)
Lenses, Hand   Bills.  (Plain or
Law Forms of every        Coloured,)
description,
For Prices,   apply   at the  Office.
Langley street,
EXPRESS LINE STAGES,
qpHB COACHES  OF  THIS   LINE  WTuij
X.   now ruu  regularly, leaving   Yule,   l>. C
on
AloiMla^M,
Wednesday^
Aud Fridays,
AT 7, A. Wl,*
VOn    S A V A N A' S    FEHBV
(Hip: Henjl Route), until the coiijplftion of the
road, when they will jro to Savann'i l-frry.
The Coach for Cariboo will leave Vale on
Mumlny.
jy 2 P. J. BAUN'VRD.
In nnny Hotpltfttl in Kuropc thll fplrhrated
remedy ii now need for the core ol old voondij
loreii ood oloeri: Id .spun nnd PorUifrtlj and
in m:iny petti of Italy, tl i Rnl Pbyiicleoi re*
rejrntftrly prescribe Ite oie, li li a eoverelirv
rnmedy for bed breMU hihJ )• "t i<^.«: ami likewise for all skin licensee, i! ii \>> be foond in
tbe ebeet of oeertj eferj lallor, solilier, and
tmigrunt.
ImpradonefM  of  ITmtli;   Boroe  »«ii
I    H'I'I'N.
The above cIbhu oT eonplettttl is lurtlj re-
noved  by  olgbtly fomeoti^g the  p;irtn witt
viiiiu WAter, nml then by moil ''li'iTtitnlly rub
otng in this (.liniment. Perconi itifletlng ftoa
tbeie direful cost plaint! shoui'l loee not a mo
ment in arresting their progreee. Ii should h«
n^deratood that it ia nut lofflclent merely to
smear the Ointment on the affected parti, bul
it must be Well rubbed in lor some considerable
time tvv.^or throe times a day, that it may be
taki-n into the system, whence it will remov.
only bidden sore or won id ns eflvctonlly a.
though it were palpable to the eye. Bread and
water poultice?, after the tabbing in ot th.
Ointment, will do great pcrviee. This tl tbi
only proper treatment for female? in Ca*N of
cancer In the stomach, or for those who sul1<<
from n general bearingdov.n.
PUea, Fistula*, Sljiilnnn.
Btotcbei,asalio iwelllngc, can with certalntj
be radically cured if the Ointment be Died
freely, aud the Pills be taken niybt and morn.
ing as recommended In the printed InitrociUooe
Wben treated In any otberwey these cumplaint.
Duly dry up in one place to break cut in an-
ither ; whereas this Ointment will remove thr
humor from the system, and leave the patten
X vigorous and healthy being.    It will reijtiiri
.inie, .tided by the use of the PilU, to ensure
asting cure,
DI]Hli<-rin,   ItiorehKin,   Bote   Throat*,
Any of the above clan of dfeeatei may be
"urad by well rubbing the Ointment three
Jraei a day upon tbe ikin covering tlie throat)
chest, and neck ot the patient. The unguent
tvill pooh penetrate the porei and give iuinied*
late relief. To alJfcy the lever and toieen ti. 3
Inflamatton, eight or tea Pilli ifaoald be take!
nigbt and morning. The Ointment will pto«
duce pcigpiretion, which is so essential for
removing fevers, sore throats, and those oppressions of the chest which ariso Irom
A.-llima, Uroncliitis, and other causes.
iJudi ihe CMntment and  I'liin  Ktmulit
h*i o-rii  lit tlie tniiowiiift ijaeoe 1
Sftdtegl
Ba 1 Breaiti
Baron
!tiiiii<int
[Jitu .1! M01       •  ■
nntl Sninl-Fliei
oci   a»
ii..   ,     t
DhllbUhw
ii.:,. 1 d ETandi
r*orn« (Cjrns) Itli*-iiniittitm
OUMfl I   '■
<; ntrtcted      end Son Ni"pl--«
rttitl.l -mn < reThrOtt
1.: .t*i3 Skin  MnOtM
:■ lalaUl -ru-rr
Rnot -  Imda
dlMHtuUr   8weh l.ini'T"
lingi
tntogOt W i-iiudi
PUrt V"»*i
General News Agent
J. Stratman.
EMPIRE NEWS DEPOT
Cor. Washington & Sansome sif-
Han Francisco,
THB ADVKRTI9ER ll ]irepared to supply
with punctuality and celerity the annexed
newspapers and periodicals upon the following
terms All orders, to receive immediate attention, must he accompanied by cash remittance,
and handed in previous to the 4th, 14th, and
24th of each month.
Loudon Daily Times $14 00
"       The Field  14 00
"     iiinitntK'itTimes..  too
('      Weekl* Timi'B       "00
"        BsU'HLlfB i" London 14 00
•     Weekly Dispatch 14 oc
"       111. Ni'wiofllie World  14 00
*      ruhlic Opinion....  ' 50
<     Index [Frw Ir.idv) lioo
"      III. Bportlng News  8 00
"      Spertnti.r 1100
«        Review    14 00
»      Saturday Revt«w 14 00
Onbli" Nation.... 1HO0
LondouUlusttatod Nbwi ..14 00
Allans Monllil; :j Oit
Blackwood's Msgntiue :t oo
Bhtrpor'a Mafattn* , :\ oo
Sixpenny MugUtne 3 on
Knirkerliocker , M Wf
Pacific V. >utMy   30o
Godtjr*aL«d)ea Book.,.*   3 oo
Uotioal Hon 3 00
r-mtinciitn! Magastn*.., 3 00
Hadam Detnorest'a rtonthly :: oft
V. U'elie'* new Vnniiy Hajlttm   300
Chambers' (Winburgh onrnel 1 tn)
Monthly   pftf*n, Onoea   Week ."i iki
•' "       AlltlieYeiir Round BOO
Tlnckerav's Coniliill Ma^nzine DOC
Ignition Cancel fi oo
S. A. Bala's T. innlc Bar 600
i. ii. '.•■]■■ socii'iv \( tgulne c oo
St, James Uagtitnfl n 00
Edinburgh Hrrivw ioo«)
lAtaflOQ    Htuiew 10 00
North British I >v iew i o oo
<fet*tminuter Re»iew 10 00
I <»ndi>n Ail  Jrurnul liiHI
ItintnjA Smalt ins Uag..( WOO
Bold
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it t e E tabIUdim»ot ol  Paoranni Rotunrjt
iripil. hear Jempif Bu), Londmi ; »i>o by »
tebta Druggllti fchtl malenlit Mu«IIcIqm iliroafli
i- cinltstd world, at t>i*- fini »in« [, (et*   l«. l M
I- - '..il ■ Pi t.
TVr*> ■ a ooailderablenviDg bj^aklnf Ihi lar^fct
-hirerli-no f r ilie riild'inrn of Pftilfnu   in   o\m
dlMH It nr* itl'urd  lo fueh fui
(SEWING MACHINES,^!
1   III!
nW
"6e'7 Street, San'f^
MoTT'i.-Th. cin.^r M i. Iiiiim i. ll>^ ni.lv y\, In-., ibtt
w.11 m nil k,nd. V.loU with ull km.. <,l ikn.*
msr i.vnoo-isa
MACHINES   SOLD   IN TWO   YEARS
The almost Incredible Increase In iho snle of
tlie Singer Machine iluriiiK the pnlttwo ytnrs
la oivinir to the popularity of the LETTER A
raANSVBPSB SHDTTLB Pamllv Machine,
which wnp introduced in IfeRo. since which
time it l,n* earned and eitabllshed a repuin.
tiun for llimily usee equal to the celebrated
nifinnfactiirini: machines Ol tliis Firm, which
nre generally acknowledged, r\v:i by dealers
in other dewing Machines, to be nnequaUed
for Buch purposes.
t&iT'so OTHER Family Sewing tlachiDa
hns Bach perfect aad improved applianca for
Ruffling, Hemming, Binding, Felling, Tucking,
Gathering, Guoging, Braldia . or ng, Q u-
ing. etc,
g!jy All persons requiring nlorin.inc*
about onrSewlngMachines,their < ir.es, Prices,
Working Capacities, and ihe he-t metliod of
purchai ir. ■ ,can obtain ii by seudiog lor a copy
of the
SINGER    MANUFACTniUNr,    0OMPAKT8
II.I.l-STHATKI)   1'AMIMII.kT,
Which is entirely devoted  to ihe  suhject     It
will he sent gratis, wilh specimens,of work.
Local Agents vanted in every Toicn.
WILLIAMPUICK
Gencrnl Ajienttor the Singet Mnnrg Co.
h* (gbmiitg    (telegraph.
s"cx:isrr>Arz- HEinow.
BCSOAT MORNING. ALiil'ST 1», I860.
Nakiiow E-' ai'K ruoM Daowstla —A hunt
was captised on Tuesday last aboat half-way
across the struits lietweeu Discovery and S.,ri
Juan Islands, and la three occupants thrown
into Ihe water. The sloop Ocean (Jueeu fnr-
tuuately happened to be in sight, uud Capt.
Smith at onco stood up for them iind rescued
them from their dangerous position, lighting
the hoat and starting them again on thell
journey. The bunt left Cudhoru Bay on
Tuesday last, and was seemingly upBct
through the carelessness or awkwardness of
the crew.           	
Foa QC1KN C'll.llll.oTTE Islamii.—The sloop
Eeonede will sail for the Queen Charlotte
Coal Company's mine to.mnrrow, taking up
four men who will at once be set to work
opening up the new scum of hard coal. We
are informed that as soon ns it is demonstrated that a well defined seam exists, ths
Company can procure uny requisite amount
of working capital from Han Francisco. The
I.ennede will vnrry a mail to the island.
FamwKLi. Discocasn.—Itev. Dr. Evans will
preach his fare*oil tcrtnon in the Wesleyun
church, Pandora street, this evening, commencing at hull-pa-1 six o'clock. We have
no denb". that a crowded congregation will
assemble to hear the parting discourse from
the esteemed gentleman. lie leaves for
Nanaimo on Tuesday morning.
Discuasoed.—J. Duscoinhe, the unfortunate man who appropriated a coat from the
door of a clothing storo on Fort street, last
Tuesday, was discharged to-day, the magistrate considering that lie was not at Ibe lime
accountable for his nclions.
Aiibivrd Ot.—The V. S. cutter Lincoln
arrived at New Westminster on Friday at B:30
p.m , having left this port at half-past 10
a.m. Thc Alexandra would doubtless beat
her up hy two hours.
Rkturk or the Scout.—Thu Emily Harris
left H. M. S. Scont, with His Excellency on
board, at Nanaimo, ou Friday. The Scout
was to visit Cowtckan on Saturday and will
probably arrive ia Esquimalt this morning.
FnoM Nnw WcsTMivsrun.—The steamer
Alexandra nrrived down last night at HilW
with 25 passengers and a cargo of salmon in
barrels. The Colombian eoutaias nothing
from tho upper country.
From Nanaimo.—the trteamer Emily Harris
nrrived down on Friday night with t»5 tons of
coal, which she discharged into the Saginaw
at Esquimalt.
Tub U. S. HlTIXUJD Ccrrsm Lincoln, with
tier party, nrrived at New Westminster on tlie
17th instant, at 8:30, all well, after a most
delightful trip.
A Funeiul Skiimon, on tlie death of tbe
Into Mrs. J. n. Todd, will he preached in tho
Wesleynu Methodist church, I'audora street,
this morning.
Tim Mail Stbambr.—By private telegram
we learn that the steamer Active left .Sun
Francisco yesterday afternoon, hour not
stated.
ArnivEi) Down.—Thc steamer Fideliter arrived in Portland on Thursday morning. She
will he due here to-morrow.
Thr steamer Enterprise will, we learn, be
placed on tiie route to New Westminster this
week.
TELEGRAPHIC-
smui. TO the Emiifl mrr.it umi.
To-day's    Despatches.
Vienna, August 14—Recent negotia
tions botwceii tlie Emperor and tlm Hungarian leaders is not permitted to be published. Tho Emperor has returned from
Pesth.
Berlin, August 14—Tbe Swiss troops
lately guarding the Italian frontier have
been disbanded.
Tbo Austrian headquarters in Tyrol
ore fixed at Bergo.
London, August 14—It is expected
tbat the Bank of England ruto of dis>
count will be reduced from 10 to 8 per
cent this week.
Loudon, 18 th—Evening.—Tbe following were the official quotations at close of
business to day : On London Stock Exchange—Consols, for Money, 87J ! U.S.
5.20's, 68.
Paris, 15th— The Emperor Napoleon
received the Prussian Embassadors today
at the Tnilleries, nnd the Minister delivered to His Majesty the reply of the King
of Prussia to the note demanding an extension of the frontier of Prance to the
Rhine. The State paper declares tho demand is (inadmissible; that Prussia will
not accede to it. The Emperor Napoleon
replies tbat he had made the demand in
order to satisfy public opinion in Prance
on the subject of the rectification of the
frontier line. He deemed it a just demand, but at tho same time acknowledged
the fairness of the argument used by the
Prussian cabinet in its reply of refusal.
He said the relations at present existing
between Franco aud Prussia should not
be disturbed ;   in nny ease, lie hoped that
Pras»ia would nut overstep tbe line.
IV.i:, i6th—1< i« officially aUted today that thu French Government ha n
ceded from its demands made mi Pruiiiia
fir tlio extenefam nf Iti frontier i« tbe
Shine. France doai this in tin; interest
of peace, wbich ibedeairei fur more than
territorial aggrandisement. Tlio hope is
alao expressed bj ibe official Journal, tbe
Mm.iii ur, Unit Prussia wiil not pru-s ber
project of annexation with German Stales
south of the Mam.
CulHorniR.
San Fi-.ascisco, August Is—Gold is
stead.ly advancing in New York to 152 ;
Sterling, 10TJ.
Arrived— Ship Fleetwood, 163 days
from New York ; ship Vistula, 160 duys
from Kew York ; ship Nicholas Riddle,
12 duys from Port Discovery; British
ship Oape Clear. 189 iluys from Liverpool;
British ship Empress of India, f>" days
from Manilla ; British hark Caroline, 50
days Irom Manilla ; bark Bern Ice, 28
days from Honolulu, with cargo of sugar.
Last Night's  Despatches.
European.
The Moii'teur, Minding lo the assertion
of tbe London Times, that it discovered
warlike intentions on the part of France,
in the pnrobaie of cavalry horses and
saltpetre, suys : The French Government
lias hastened the cavalry remount because
foreign governments have bought over
20(1(1 horses in France. France has a
full supply of gunpowder on hand. The
Moniteur goeB on to bIiow the pacific in
teiitions of tho Emperor. The best informed persons think to-day that the
treaty oi alliance which has been forwarded by Prussia to the German Governments, with which she is ou terms of
friendship, bus been signed liy a portion
of tbem, and that the instrument will lie
completed by the signature of the remainder within a few days. Arrangements for the contemplated annexation of
the new territory to Prussia nre progressing rapidly. A committee has been np-
poiuted in Berlin to report on the subject
of the Frankfort levy and contributions,
Fi.ouenci:, August 13—Gen. Munabron
has left the city for Germany. Ho is to
travel by way of Paris, and is intrusted
by the Italian Government with a mission
having for its object the conclusion of
pence on the basis of the armistice. The
armistice is to commence to day and to
terminate September 19th, one day's notice of its Intended termination to be
given on either side. Venice is to be declared free, and prisoners of war were to
be exchanged between Italy and Austria.
IliiKsciiiA, August 13—Garibaldi has
issued tin address to the Italian volunteers
in wliicli he expresses the hope that they
will respect the condition of tlie armistice.
It Is their interest to conform to the order
of the King's Government.
Padia, August 13—Commanders of
the Austrian fortresses in Venetia have
been directed to forward to Vienna ull
moveable war material remaining in the
Quadrilateral and other places before the,
•>o\h August. All citizens in the hands
of the police of Austria have been tits--
charged.
St. Pi'.'fiiiisnuiiB, August 15—Martial
law, which has been prevailing for some
timo in thirteen districts of the Empire,
bas been abolished.
Paiiis, August 13—The Constitutional
says : While t'rnucc has a right for compensation from Prussia, her true interest
is not Insignificant territorial aggrandizement, but a thorough organization ot
Germany for tho interest of Germany and
of Europe.
London, August 14—Advices received
from the Continent indicate tbe probable
renewal of war between tbe Prussians
and Bavarians upon the territory of the
hitter power, and great fears nre entertained of such an event.
Liverpool, August 13—There is no
change to report in tho cotton market ;
prices firm. To-day's sales wero 1000
bales.
London, Aug. 15.—It is announced today that plans for the Confederation of
the British Provinces of North America
have been definitely arranged by the
Government.
The statement is also made that terms
for a loan from the Government for tho
building of an intercolonial railroad from
Halifax to n point of connection with the
Canadian Grand Trunk railroad have been
settled.
Paris, Aug. 15—Noon—It is reported
to-day on good authority that the French
Government has abandoned tbe idea of
extending the frontier of France, by the
annexation of certain German proviuces
on tho Rhine.
Lonoon, Aug. 15—Evening—The following despatch has beeu received dated
Berlin. 15th: The Council of State is
holding sittings in this capital engaged iu
the consideration of the question on re-
annexation of the States of the Southern
German Confederation:
Consols for money, 87j.   5-20's, (18.
Liverpool, Aug. la—Eveuiug—Cotton
firm. Prices rather higher. Sales to-day,
1,300 bales.   Middling uplands at 24.
Bi ut, Aug. 14- General Bio itrbelsc
bas been spj ointed Governor General of
Hanorer. The King of Prnsa • has la-
formed the ijnicn of Hanover that her
latere residence in the Capital of tbe late
Kingdom would be attended with much
•in- nvenience. War against Bavaria may]
be reui'vi'd bjt Prussia after 11s*- expiration   of tbe  armistice,  should  no change
take plaoa in lha aspect of affairs    Herr
Von I'a'ow bas been appointed Chief of
Civil Affairs, on the part of Prussia bi
the Grand Dochy nf Nassau uud ihe CHJ
of Frankfort,
'Ihe Prussian Minister of Pittance
moved In the Upper House a bill of in
deiiiuity for Government, for nil financial
acts sincn 18C-2, in the seeming violation
of the budget laws; he also proposed to
appropriate 64,000,000 thalcrs for the
expense of the current year, accompanied
by a c-edit bill of 60,000,000 thalers. The
Prussian Government has abandoned the
idea of making a new loan as it finds the
issue of Treasury notes more expedient ;
more ample financial powers may, however, he required by the Government, as
pence has noi yet been concluded.
PniiTi.ANii, August 10—The Fideliter
arrived this morning,
California.
Pan FraNOISoo, August 15th—The
Steamship Sacra men to arrived at 2 p.m ,
having in tow tbe disabled Steamship
Golden Age, which broke her shaft on her
last downward trip.
The French population turned out to
day in force to do honor to ihe anniversary of the birth of Ihe j>reat Napoleon
the first. The service at Notre Dame and
lies Victories were exceedingly impressive.
They were witnessed liy a large concourse
of people
Tbe Moses Taylor sailed this morning
for San Juan del Sur. As she left the
wharf she appeared more than usually
crowded with passengers in every part of
the ship. In consequence of the America
having to undergo some repairs there will
be no further opportunity of going by
Nicaragua until the Moses Taylor returns,
which will be in about six weeks.
FACTS vs THEORIES-
Central  America,
The Sacramento brings Central American dates lo July 30th. The press of
Bogota is opposed lo the course of the
President Mosquern, especially to the
proclamation he issued relative to the
studied opposition shown by the minority
of Congress. The State of Mngdalenu is
reported as being Iratiquil. The commerce
of that part of the country is daily becoming worse, as only by the port of Santa
Martha are any Importation! of note or
specific value made, most of these being
destined for the interior of the Republic.
There Is but little left for local trade.
Thc Eiigineeriti-Chief of the Republic
has reported to the government the ex.
istence of rich extensive bituminous coal
miues near Rio Halba.
.'Among the latest announcements of
English publishers is a sort of Spurgeon
Jest Book, with tbe title ' Anvcdotes and
Stories of the Rev. C. H. Spurgeon, now
first collected nnd arranged. The London
Review says of it;—This must not take to
itself the credit of being the earliest
clerical budget of wit. There wns a
' Sterne's Convivial Jester, or That's
Your Sort;' and a very favorite volume
with our forefathers was ' Ecclesiastical
Transaction:-, or a Collection of Reverend
Jokes."'
One of the supplemental chromolithographs of the London Illustrated News,
' The Children in the Wood,' familiar to
most people here from its exhibition in
the shop windows, was pirated, a plate
being engraved in Germany, and many
copies sold in England, The proprietors
of the Newt, who owned the copyright of
the picture, obtained nn injunction against
the house who circulated tha pirated
print, who were ordered to deliver all the
unsold copies to be cancelled, to pay over
the profits on those already sold, und to
pay the costs of the suit.
DIED.
In this city, at the Royal Hospital, yesterday, August IStli, from a sudden attack of
hemorrhage of the lungs, Isai Gcroux, a
French Canadian.
Special Notice*.
Ths PsoPta's Pkmwd—Pbbry D ivib' Vriktaulk Pain
Killkr —The Croatest family Meilicmu of the Age—
Taken internally, it carta Itlddeaooldl, cough*, etc.,
weak atomacli, gencril debility, nurpery enre mouth,
canker, liver complaint, dyspepsia or indignation,
cramp and pain in tlio stomach, bowel complaint:
painters' colic, Asiatic cholera, diarrhoci, and dysentery. Api'Likii Kxmi.VAU.Y, curt's felons, boi la and old
soiefl, severe burns and scalds, cuts, bruises and
sprains, swelled joints, ringworm and tetter, broken
breasts, froetod feci and chilblains, toothache, pain in
.he face, neuraigia and rheumatism. It is a sure
remedy for Ague and Chills and Fover.
IIoliowAt's Ointment and Pills.— Coughs and colds
are alike distressing to the patient and annoying to
those around htm- The mode of cure is simple, inno
cent, and effective. Holloway's Ointment should be
thoroughly rubbid into the chest and between tho
Hade Irenes twice a day, while the blood is undergoing
purification by appropriate doses of his Pills. A double
result ia thus secured—tha air tubes are relieved of
accumulated phlegm and the lungs are freed from au
impure circulation. These favoring conditions remove
the cause and the cough ceasos. Ry the sime me.ms,
and with iq'ial facility, .ao treatment b^ Hollowoy-s
inestimable reinedif.. will CTSreoL '. ulcerated and sore
throats, diptheria. broncbil s, pinnr.} , and asthmatleal
and pulmonary congestive cc. plaints.
"Qireme a plaeetorest ttj Urer •»,"
gays  A- "aod   I   will   inuve  the
world."    •• tlive me  pure utnl unadulterated
lays  }ledicu«,   of   the   olden  time.
-j.ro.'
In bns sen-e. botb "I* liii'-e !• urnfil pundit-
were lbs -v l'i'*le
mat i"  place to rest tbeii lureron, either to
move tlie world or curt- disease.    Mi' hun.-ui
and tbe medical profession srju  but nnotbei name t>»r lorcery,
ami   nil   the   adjuncts   of im.gic   liltelB   nnd
.' the " evil eve
llui ihe c  I 'ie- days   li've   leirno unto  us
■omRtbing snort  than aaa,  laperttlilou and
.V i   : <• un' "I  in th- ir run !!'- ■•  pl.i-
ln t i- •<■ leal -• ionoo,
what was theory id ysterduy if lact to-day,
and all the old time notionsbeeofllf al bubbles
in tlie sun, and burgt aud break with e\try
breath we draw.
Let Archimedes shoulder his lever nnd we
will find a resting place for it to move the
'.vm 1. I.*t mine ancient Medicus punt nnd
mil no men- lur the drugs he so sorely needs,
tor we have them at our haiid, ever ready to
serve them nt hia beck.
Refined in Ihe laboratory of Dr. Mngiicl,
the Bneit material! frnown in the n.edienl pro
fssiloq ure obtainable by nny one. Bil
Billions, Dyspeptic, nnd Dlarrhasa Pilli stand
iinrivubed, and his Salve operates witli longi-
e«l effect upon bums, scalds, and all sores und
ulcers of Ilie shin.
In fact, we think IIagOIIL'I I'ills nnd S'llv-
are I tie wonder of this century, nnd we nre
bappy in ihe ihotight thai many othen of our
brethren of tlie crult agree with BI. We would
earnestly counsel that all Inmilies provide
themselves with Dr. Maggiel's Prepuiations at
once, nnd keep them ready at hand, so as to
use them nl tlie must opportune time and as
occasiou server—Valley Sentinel.
Hkmovai..—Messrs. Solomon Bros, have removed to the two-story brick building on
Government street, opposite the St. Nicholas
Hotel. Tbey have received, ex ship Mohawk,
from London, a line assortment of men's
olotbing and underclothing, which they will
sell lower tban any house iu town. Give Ihem
a call. *
Nev Advertisement*.
Tin: Fashion Hotkl nnd Music Hall will
be opened this evening at tl o'clock, when
Cii.iui.Hs BnooKs hopes his friends will not
fail to give him a call and sample his line
Wines, Liquors nnd Signrs. Every attention
shown to guests by the new attendants.     "
Mn. Freeman requests us to state that he
is about to remove his Variety store from
Waddington Alley and corner of Government
und Cormorant streets to the large store on
Johnson street known as the "Queen
.Saloon." *
Mb. D. Linusav, Accountant nnd Official
Assignee in Bankruptcy, ic, 4c, requests
us to intimate that he will remove his Office
to Captain Stamp's New Building, Government Street, on Monday, 30th July. *
Mr. Dianv Palmer requests thnt orders for
teaching, playing and tuning Pianofortes, and
for instruction in Singing, may be left with
Messrs. Hibben k Carswell, Stationers and
Booksellers, Government street, or at his residence, near the lop of Fort street. *
Alexasdre's Gloves—Messrs. .I.H. Turner
Ic Co., London House, have received to-day,
by Express from Paris, a full assortment of
Alexandre's famous kid gloves, for which
they arc thc sole agents iu Vancouver Island
aad British Columbia.
New   Advertisements.
TOBACCU PLANT
ARBIVAT, OF ANOTHER CARGO FROM
& Cuba,
Virginia
VIA 'A8P1NWALL,
Of the Host   Celebrated Brands of
TOBACCO   &   SEGARS
EVER IMPORTED
Samples can bo   had  at  the '< AI1ELPIII,"
corner Vates and Government streets.
Arrival of a fewmore Plants
by the " California."
- asaf Office of C. F. Green's Victoria
nnd Esquimalt Express,
F. CWPBEIX,
nu2 APELPHI SEGAP. STORE.
Dissolution   of  Partnership.
rpilE PARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE KJC-
J_ isting between James Grahamsluw and
Thomas G. Morris, Contractor! and Builders,
hus been dissolved liy mutual consent, Mr.
Mnrris having retired from the business, which
will be carried on by Mr. Grnhamslaw,
All persons indebted tu the firm are requested to pay the same to James Grahamslaw,
and claims against, tlie linn must In* presented
within fourteen days from this date
Victoria, V. I., July 96th, 1861!.        jy2S
FASHION   HOTEL
AND
Concert   Room,
The only Place of Amusement in
Town!
THE  UNDERSIGNED HAVING LEASED
these  well   known establishments, begs
leave to announce that they will be
Re-opened on Saturday, July 28.
The former Billiard Hall has been converted
into a Concert Rtfom, where may always be
found attentive and obliging attendants.
Best qualities  cf Wines, Liquors, and Cigars served by the proprietor in person.
CHAS. BROOKS.
AnMissios Fbee. jy 26
CARRIAGE   PAINTING
IN   ALL  ITS BKANCHES,
Yates Street.
Between Eeluge Engine Houm
and the International Hotel.
Work   soliriled.  and   done   on   tbe  inott
rt-asoiintile terms  by
W. M. KKtiHAN
au 2-1 in
HERMAN  SHULTZ.
—AT —
His Well Known unj Old K.tiiblinbeJ
ISluiiti
The Government Bt. Boot Store,
lias just received   per steamer
A   FIXE   ASSORTMENT   OF
Ladies'  and   Children's   Shoes,
Which he offers at n very low price.
Mrs.   Hein
KEEPS   CONSTANTLY  ON  HAND  THK
latest fashions in
 AT—
Prices to Suit the Times,
GOVERNMENT    STREET
Between Fort and Broughton. au5
Receives by each steam.-r from   England and
San   Francisco
BOOTS     <Sc    SHOES
FINEST   AND  BEST QCALITY,
FRENCH   LEATHER,
— AND—
SHOE     FINDINGS
At prices to correspond with the timei.
an 12
Relief  for   the   Afflicted.
THE INTRODUCTION OF
Perry     Davis'
Vegetable Paiu Killer
To tlie Suffering Humanity of thii Age
lues relieved more pain, and caused mors
real joy tban any other oue thing that can
be named.
Invaluable   Remedy.
Onr first Physicians  use it,   and   recommend
its  use;   the   Apothecary finds  it   first
among the medicines called far, and
the wholesale Druggist considers
it  a  leading article  of his
trade.     All thc denies
iu medicine speak
alike  in its fa*
vor; audits
reputation as a medicine of great
merit iind virtue is fully and permanently  established,  and  it is  the great
Family Medicine   of  the Age-
Every Volunteer should have a bottle, in casa
of sudden attacks of Disease.
Taken Internally, cures
Sudden Colds, Coughs, kc,
Wenk Stomach,
General Debility,
Nursing Sore Mouth, Canker,
Liver Complaint,
Dyspepsia or Indigestion
Cramp and pain in the Stomach,
llowol Complaint,
I'aintcru  Colic,
Asiatic Cholera,
Dinrhii'it and Dysentery.
Taken externally cures
Felons, I5ni!s, and Old Sores,
Severe Uiirns nnd Senilis,
Cuts, Hruises and Sprains,
Swelling of the Joints,
ltiugworm nnd Tetter,
Broken Breasts,
Frosted Feet and Chilblains,
Toothache,
Fain in the Face,
Neuralgia and Rheumatism.
FATJST   KILLER,
Taken internally, should be ndclterated
wilh milk or water, and sweetened with
sugar, it desired, or made into n syrup
with molasses. For a COOGH and
Bronchitis, a few drops on Sugur, eaten,
will be more effective than anything else.
For SORE THROAT, gargle the throat
with a mixture of Pain Killer and water,
and the relief is immediate and cure poti- ■
tive.
$&• It should not be forgotten that
tbe Pain Killer i» equally as good to
take internally as lo use externally.
Each bottle is wrapped wilh full directions (or its use.
Prices 35 cents, 50 cents k $1 per bottle. <£ fretting   &elegntpjj.
BTTTSTDArS'   EDITION.
SUNDAY MORNING, AUGUST 19, 1866.
f\o i in a » ii ii-11 it o\ (oti..
A little while ago we drew our readers'
attention to the great value of our coal
beams. To_day w* give the views of a
recent scientific writer on coal, its history
and its character. Few other suhjeetj
are more important to those who have
faith iu tlie progress of this colony ; end ,,f gome coal the gases mast havo had
wc believe, with alt our mishaps, that fuitli   t|„. opportunity of freely escapiug,  for in
continued iu coal long after it bad been
deposited and covered over with strata
thousands of feet in thickness ; and
indeed, it mny still be progressing. Oo
listening near a newly cut face of coal in
a pit, tbe gas may frequently be beard
to escape with a peculiar singing Bound ;
but occasionally on the blow of the pick
a Budden and enormous eruption of gns
has been known to occur, filling nil
the workings in the course of a few
minutes, and so endangering the life of
every collier underground. It should
be   s'ated   that   during    the   formntion
is deeply rooted in the mind of every per.
aon who has the slightest idea of what the
Island is capable, under enlightened and
liberal   government,   of   accomplishing.
Everywhere over the country's length and
breadth, coul or its  iadicntions  may he
found ; and not only coal but those other
valuable adjuncts which help to build up
* gre.it manufacturing country.    It  may
seem to  some   pf mir  renders  a   rnilier
superfluous labor to go inio u description
of the various kinds of coal   nnd  their
origin, but in a country like our own every
person  should  know  something   of   die
principal product of the Island ; uud be
sides, us tlie scientific writer to which me
havo  just   referred  very  properly  snys,
" notwithstanding the boasted enlighten.
ment of the present uge, it is rcully itston..
ishing how defective is  the  in formation
even  of ninny highly  educated  persons
concern ing such n fuiuiliiir object as coal.''
To epitomise the writers'  treatise and
eliminate from it ns much as possible those
scientific and   technical terms, which   are
more difficult for  the unscientific to comprehend,  will be onr  aim iu the  present
article.    First then we approach the most
Important element in coal—carbon.   This
is found in three conditions :—crystallized
in tho  cubical system, when it  is   called
tho diamond ; crystallized in the rlmuibo
hedrnl system, when it is culled- graphite
or black lead ; end without any particular form, or in tho amorphous stale, when
it is callod charcoal.    In this latter condition  it   is  much easier of combustion
thou in either of the former.    Carbon is
one of tho chief components of tho minerals which  constitute  tlio crust  of the
earth.     Limestone,  marble,    and  chalk
consist essentially  of carbonic  acid and
lime, or in the language of chemists, carbonate of lime.    It  is found  besides in
great quantities in  tho immense stratified
deposits below the crust of the earth, and in
such cases forms the principal constituent
of coal.   Coal  is simply the   product of
vegetable decay, and in proportion to the
degree of that decay it partakes more of
carbon, and is more highly valned.   Thus
anthracite,  the final stage in the variety
of coal, coutains 90 per cent of carbon,
and brings thc highest price, This class of
coal is found largely in Pennsylvania and
in South Wales; and through the enterprise of some of oar citizens has been
brought to light   ou Queen Charlotte's
Island.   Its  principal characteristics are
difficulty   of   ignition,   burning   without
smoke, and producing much greater heat
than any other kind of coal.   To reach
this   anthracite   stage,   coal   must   go
through nil the gradations of decay, from
lignite   which is the first  condition in
which  it is used as fuel.   Au illustration
of this  gradual change is presented by a
peat bog, where moss, which in Europe
is the source of peat, may be seen growing
at the top and gradually passing into peat
underneath ;   and at the bottom decay
may   have  so  far  advanced  tis to have
yielded  black  peat free from nil appearance of vegetable structure.    What takes
place  in this transformation of moss into
peat is  precisely similar in kind to what
tikes place in the conversion of vegetable
matter into coal.    The difference between
the two  cases  is  simply one  of degree.
Jost in proportion as  decay progresses in
moss, will tho proportion of carbon in the
product relatively increase.    During this
decny carbon is evolved in two states of
corabiuation. namely, with oxygeu as car-
bouic acid nnd with hydrogen as marsh-
gas or lire-damp ; and water i3 also sep»
arnted.  Every person must have remarked
that on  plunging a stick into the muddy
bottom   of a pool  bubbles  of gas  have
immediately escaped.   This gas is com-
l»osed  of the  two gases just mentioned,
carbonic  acid  nnd marsh-gas,   mid proceeds  from  the  decay of the vegetable
matter in the mud. It may be shown that
tbe formation of every one of the. numerous varieties of coal may be explained by
the elimination  from vegetable-matter of
carbonic acid,  marsh-gas, and  water, in
various proportions.    This change has
certain collieries fire-damp is unkuown.
This is thc case at Nanaimo ; but in tbe
Helliughnm Bay and Mount Diablo coal
mines, much inconvenience is, we believe,
occasionally experienced from the emission of gases. Coul wonld seem to be
porous, nnd in consequence to huve the
power of absorbing and retaining gas,
just liko wood-charconl ; and when it is
freshly cut, un interchange speedily takes
pluco between the atmospheric air to
which it is exposed and tho gns con*
deused in its pores. Some varieties of
coal yield gas for a considerable time
after they have left the pit, ns is proved
by the explosions which have occurred in
vessels carrying cargoes of coal.
We have alluded to lignite, or what is
sometimes culled brown coul, as Ihe first
stage of coal's existence. This coal varies
greatly, both in appearance and composition, sometimes closely resembling wood,
and being at other times like tho most
characteristic carboniferous coal. It contains invariably, however, a great deal
more moisture tliiin any other coal, and
has nothing like the heat-giving power of
the carboniferous. Being of much more
recent date than (lie latter it is found in
strata above what are called the coal measures. Of tho other descriptions of coal,
according to their gradation, we will
treat, iu a future issue.
IB .Au IKED
PORK   AND   BEANS
EVEKY SUNDAY MORNING,
25 Cents a Poi,
— AT—
A.   W.   PIPER'S
D A K K H Y,
i.oviiuvMiivr   mtEET,
OPPOSITE THB THKA'lBB.
au 17-lt
rpHRBH BOASDIM AT ?« PEK WEEK.
L The bent tlie market can iill'ord placed
on the table.    Apply nt the
DEE HIVE   HOTEL,
jy 30 Fort street.
REAL  ESTATE
-HY
rpiIE   RIG
JL   in bane
FOR    SA.T-.~B
IIT,   TITLE,   AND   INTEREST
id known ns   It VIII.   S 20, Quam-
ieliiin   Distrie ,   and   U  VIII,   3   1, Somciios
District, in al' nbout 100 acres, situate in tbe
Uowielitin Settlement.
Fur particulars apply to
JOHN OLASSKV,
Bastion street,
au n-1 m Opposite Sheriff's office.
Wanted   Immediately
rilWENTY   coal   MIXERS    FOR   BEL-
1     LINOHAM BAY.    Wages $4 per day.
Men with families preferred.
Apply to ALLEN FRANCIS,
nu 10-lw U. S. Consul.
AUCTION
I*.   M.  UACJIvIJS
is instructed to sell at liii Salesroom,  Wbarf
Street, on
Tuesday,  28th   Inst.,
At 12 o'clock, noon,
The beautiful and  commodious   Residence of
J AMI*    « illNWELf.    i;»«j.,
.11    I.   A., known ns
*t
HOSE  VILLA,"
NOTICE
New Advertisements.
Trade Licences Assessment Boll*
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
Copies of the Trade Licences Revised
Assessment Roll for the Yenr ending 30th June,
1807, and for the Hnlfyear commencing 1st
July and ending .list December, lHliS, have
been posted up at the following places :
1. Post Office,
2. Sheriff's tlfticc,
.'1. Police Buildings,
4. House of Assembly,
B. Court House,
6. Land Office.
CHARLES G. WVLLY,
Assessor's Office, |_ Assessor.
18th August, 18G6. | aultl-lw
Ihe Only Sure Way to Save the
Country!
IS TO PATRONIZE
CAMERON'S   ISLAND    PRODUCE
BfJNSTER
HAS THIS DAY
ENTERED INTO
Partnership
WITH ALL LOVERS OF
GOOD    ALE!
nu 17-lm
NOTICE.
UMN'G   MY   TEMPORARY   ABSENCE
at Sun Francisco,  my   brother,   Peter
Matthiessen, holds my Power of Attorney.
Dated Hotel St. Nicholas, Government street,
Victoria, 14th August, 186C.
au 15 N. C. MATTHIESSEN.
And at present  occupied by  A. J. Langley,
Esquire.
THB   GROUNDS
Comprising two acres, have been improved nt considerable outlay. There
nre ou the property a Porter's Lodge,
Stable und Outhouses, a Kitchen
Garden, and a never-failing well of
good water. The gronnd rent and
taxes arc $4 per month, and the
property realises at present $00 per
month, and has a term tc run.
For  further  particulars  apply  to the
Auctioneer or to the proprietor.        aul7
NEW    WESTMINSTER
GAME   DEPOT,
YATES   ST.,
Next door to  t"ne corner of Government,
opposite Zelner's Druir Store.
rpnR SfllS'lMliKI: IIAVISi;   MADE AR-
1      riin^eiiHiiU  tii  receive   from   different
purlin the produ e of tlie Isluud aud country
will be [ui i^.ired tu luriiifb mtmai
Game,
Fish,
Fruits,
Poultry,
Eggs    and    Vegetable*,
Kuril   and  all iu   their season, al the lowed
prices,
gfcj" Prairr Kiver Salmon by each steamer.
JAMES   ALLEU.
jy 31-Im
HAVANACIGAB&
LEWIN & ANTHONY,
TOBACCONISTS,
47 Tates St., Brlok Store
Next to Corner of Government St.,
BEG TO INFORM THEIR FRIENDS AND
tne pnblic in general  that they  will constantly leceive  hy every  steamer a jfood  m-
lortmentol f.'eniiine Havana Cigar*
nml the Hext  Uraiidn <>! Tobacco,
imporlid direct for this market, so that tbey
are utile to vomiiete with any hrnse on thii
l.-lnnil. eittier Wholesale or Retail.
N.   B'—Special   attention will  be paid  to
Onnntrv orders.
1IEI.MAN  LEWIN.     |     LOUIS ANTHONT.
nu 2
A. & W. WILSON,
House and Ship Plumbers
CASFITTER8,
BELL-HANGERS & TINSMITHS
FOItT   STREET.
All orclcrM promptly attended to
nu 2
REMOVAL!
Dl
No.   18   Fort   street,   opposite
BoardiDg-house.
Mrs.  Heel's
pUMIMUS A.VD HOTEL-KEEPERS WILL
F find always on hand fresh, cheap, and
good
Island Vegetables nnd Fruit,
Island Fish and (iume of all sorts,
Island Eggs nnd Ilutter,
Island Venifon cut lo order.
Island Poultry, to., ke., kc.
N. B.—I hereby make known to the public
that, having mado arrangements with certain
island farmers to sell their produce, I am
from this date prepared to sell cheaper than
any Chinaman peddler that over ate rice—
" So walk on, .John I"
August 17th, I860. au 17-lm
IN  A   SMALL  FAMILY,   A   YOUNG WO-
man  to   take  cure  of a child, and make
herself useful in the house.
Apply  to  EUG. THOMAS,
9  Yates  Street.
Queen Charlotte Coal Mining Co.
(LIMITED.)
Notice cf General Meeting.
AX EXTRAORDINARY MEETING OF
fhareholdersof this Company will be held
in the office of the Company on Friday the.
24th instant at 11 o'clock A.M., in accordance with a requisition of the Shareholders,
wnich may be seen at the Company's Office,
and to obtain the authority of the Company
to issue the C shares.
.1. S. WILLIS,
Corner Rrond and Trounce sts. 1
August 14th, 1800.
an 15-td
- Secretnry.
Snorborg  &  Rueff,
CO MMISSI0 N   MERCII AN TS,
Importers nnd Wholesale Deale-3 in
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS,
6oots and. Shoes,
Wharf street, Victoria, V. i. au2
NOTICE,
MARTIN    BROS.,
IMPORTERS  OF
Groceries and Provisions,
FIREPROOF BUILDING,
LATELY OCCUPIED BV L'HOTELIERA Co,
WH-AuItlF       STREET.
nu 6
Dissolution of Partnership.
rpHE PARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE EX-
L istiiift between Robert IIkniiy Stomi and
Heniiy Jerome as Hotel-keepers at " The Old
Flap Inn, Xnnainio, has this day been dissolved hy mutual consent. The business will
iu latum bo enrried on by tlie said Robert
Henry Stone alone, who will collect all outstanding accounts and piiy all liabilities of
thc late partnership.
Witness,! R. II. STONE,
Jos. McCluiib.       HENRY JEROME.
Nanaimo, August 3, 1866. nu 5-lm
J.    SPENCER,
HOUSE AND SHIP
PLTJMBEB,
Gas'fitter and Bell-hanger,
Comer Yates and Government streets-
All branches of the abovo business practically doac with neatness and despatch, nt
charges to correspond with tbe times.
an 6
Everett's Exchange,
STORE   STREET,   V. I.
rI'IIE PROPRIETOR RESPECTFULLY IN-
L forms his friends ond Ihe public that he
hns opened his old stand in Store street, where
he will keep ns before the linest, quality of
WINES, LIQUORS, and CIGARS.
Come and see.
nu3-lra       PAT. EVERETT, Proprietor.
TSTOTIOB.
Hard Bread' Hard Bread!
STORE  ST.  CRACKER  BAKERY.
Best Quality of Pilot Bread at 6 l-2c
per lb., or $5 per box delivered-
Navj at 5o per ,b., or $4 per box do.
Butter at 9c per lb-
Soda at 9c per lb.
Wm.   Moncks,
uu !'' Proprietor.
The Business of
THOMAS WILSON k 60.
Re-commenced    on
MONDAY,    JUNE    19th
In their New and Commodious Store in
MASONIC     HALL,
GOVERNMENT      STREET,
(Opposite the Bank of British Culumbin,)
WITH   THEIR   USUAL
WELL - ASSORT ED    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' aud Children's
Hosiery and Gloves;
Trimmings, &c. (iu 3
LONDON     HOUSE,
May mh, 18G6.J
Our Importations for tho present season are now
complete by arrivals per EXPRESS this morning,
and the extensive shipments now landing from the
EASTERN CHIEF
•- Onr DRESS, MANTLE, SILK, SHAWL, MILLINERY, LACE, HOSIERY, DRAPERY, FANCY
and UPHOLSTERY departments are now replete
with the newest and choicest goods. Either Wholesale or Retail customers will find this the best stock
we have vet offered.
LONDON FIRM,
J. P. Tunstall Oo.
VICTORIA V. I.,
J. H. Turner & Oo. «.< . Ill.lll     M Ills.
If w» lool; into any history of Europe,
the driest si Lool epitome e»en, wliicli only
gives facts ami no  philosophy of liiswry
to ilislract one, we slmll IN liow fur from
a quiet country lias  been this Uerinuuy,
which,  without wlmt  aro called natural
boundaries, has isolated by race and language the  whole centre of Europe, from
the North Sen ut Hcmborg to die Modi-
terraiiean nt Trieste, and from  A bare to
Poland.      U'nrs    nnd    lighting!    were
throughout  the   land  wben   the   Khine
castles wero built ; they fell to ruin, nnd
corn and tlie vineyards of the smith ipraad
o»er tbe country till  arraiee nun" ml" ii
ogaiiL    "'Hie first buttle of Lcipsie; was
iu lliSI,"  says  tho   lesson-book.    " l'be
Palatinate," Ihe land we now knowns the
(irand Duchy  of linden, "was  Tutagad.
by Tilly " 'Ihere was the "Thirty Years'
War,-' and the " Seven Vcirs' War," and
just iibout a lmi.dred years ago 'he great
Frederick, nfier the peace of 17(53, counted up Ihe towns  destroyed and   the men
killed, nnd set himself as linivcly lo face
and redress public and private wrongs as
be had ever faced any enemy.    Wo read
of it all   as history ; but let  us  try and
divest oorselves of Ibis telescopic habit of
lookiug,  nnd  coino  close  and  see what
happened in  cour.lries where armies,-aud
those   foreign   armies,    " marched    und
counter-marched,'' or  " halted" awhile
to  rest.    Soldiers do  not  always march
even  so regularly as when   wo  now and
then see them coining home from n review,
hot and kirking up iv dust, and twitching
off a few Uowers' heuds  us they go  by u
garden.    Anyone who has lived in a garrison town will  recollect changes of regiments as Molting a lew days of not very
serious but not very pleasant disorder.   It
Is within our recollection that soldiers on
the move iu England   would couio  into a
yard und loud oil' a  wagon and team for
the day's march, and it was lawful so to
■do ; but they wero in their own country,
where they spoke the language, at. least, of
the people Ihey disturbed ; if they  were
ever to "jolly"  und  riotous, ull rcasou-
jiljle people would  nllow for some irregu-
Jsrity when men rest Irom a long march.
Wc remember u testy commodore replying
to a clergyman  who  remonstrated  with
him on  the behavior of sailors  allowed
leave ashore when the ship came into harbor.    " Pd like to know, sir, if you'd expect two hundred  nnd  forty  parsons to
ikeep order if they came into a port after
a cniisq.''   But if soldiers and sailors (nnd
" even parsons'')  aro  likely not to koep
up tho strictest discipline when they are
on tbo move in their own country, what
is likely to lumpen In a foreign netitrul, if
not hostile place,  when  regiment  after
regiment,   cannon   after   cannon,   come
through ; regiments that struggle through
hedges  and  over fields, cannon   whose
drivers  no   more  respect gardens than
Peter tbo Great did Mr. Evelyn's yews ;
over the yoong corn in spring, among the
tempting apple  orchards in  the summer,
through, straight through,   the  tangled
vineyards   iu   the   autumn.      Villagers
frightened leave their houses to the strangers ; tho rich think it wiser to open their
gates and dispense unwillingly hospitality
to  guests   who  receive  and  repay it in
kind, and tbe work  and Ihe pleasure of
years  in annihilated " all for a famous
victoiy."    All   this,   and   over and  over
again, Germany has  suffered  within 100
years of this timo.    Fiom this it bus recovered to be the prosperous laud we see.
—Cornhill Magazine,
New Advertisements.
Sea Baths t
25 cents.
Sea Baths! I
25  cents.
rpllE  UNDERSIGNED. BROS  LEAVE TO
1    inform tbe public Unit lie has established
S lirsl-duss
Salt-Water    Bath.House,
Moored just above Douglas Foniuln-.
N. II.—Bathers taken In the Bath-houtt free
nf charge, by bunts from tlie foot of Johnson
.-tlTI't.
B±-g~ Between the hours of 1 nml 4 p.m. the
Bath-house will be open for ladies only.
jy 18 JOIMf    BEIP.
IF.    O'lD^WYEIR
IMPORTER    AND    WHOLESALE
DEALER IN
Oregon and California Flour,
Middlings, Bran, Grain, BuUer,
Lard, Provisions, etc, etc.
Families and the Trade supplied on the
most reusonuble terms.
No. 40 Government street,
NEAR CORNER OF FORT.
 ti™
ALICE   BROWN'S
FANCY   TWIST
SMOKING TOBACCO
JUST RECEIVED AT
A.   F.   KEYHEB'S,
Together with some fine
HAVANA. CIGARS DIKECT.
Also on hand
Wine S*p, Peach, Apricot, Mary's Own,
Light Pressed, Natural Leaf, Buffalo
Tongue, and Atlantic Cable
Tobacco-
JUST RECEIVED  PER BARK RIVAL
A Fine Assortment of
Meerschaum   Pipes.
Cull and examine.
au 5-lm
New Advertiserai nis.
UNiOri HOT
Ccrncr Eastion anl langley sts.
The raorareroR mspkctfulm ix-
fonni tin- publii-, thai Ik* ***>*, umtd
Moid   is   u»vr   opin    for   Ihe   miptiun   of
Boarders.
Miscellaneous.
Miscellaneous.
Terms :
$10 00
e.oo
Board nnd Lodging per week
Board without lodging
The Hotel
Is looited in the muft central p»n pf the I'lljr,
beiu(t in Hie iiniiiediAte vicinii,' of tbe principal UollnUI Houses, the Thesire »nd other
places of amusement in the ciiy.
The Table
Will be supplied with all Ihe delicaciei that
our markets afford.
An isrly application Is necessary as only a
limit"il number of boaulers will be token, it
being the intention of the Proprietor to do all
in bis power to promote the comlort of those
who nmy favor bim wilb their pnironoge.
REFERENCE   REQUIRED-
T. II.  Ue OAStH, Proprietor.
Victoria, V. r„ July 80th. 1H66.        jy 30
Miscellaneous.
A   Triumph    oi    Science
—AND—
THE  LIGHT   OF   TIIE   WORLD
DR. MAGGIEL'S
PILLS   &  SALVE.
Wanted to Eonovf
SoOO     DOLLARS
ON FIRST-CLASS SEAL ESTATE BE-
cui-itv producing |80 per month. Ths
m >:i'v irod d bs taken lor one year at 11 par
cent, per month.
tot piirtituhirs apply to
A.  V. If AIM,
au 'J flovr'rniin-nt -irei-l.
WILSON   &   MURRAY"
GKOCERS,
Provision, Wine k Sjiirit. Moiuluintn,
BAKERS &. CONFECTIONERS.
MJRT ST., VICTtlRIA, V. I.
shipping" supplied.
wi '1
Puorborg1 & Eueff,
COMMISSION  MEBCHANTS,
Importers nnd Wholesale Deiilcs in
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS,
JEtoota a-iul Klio«'H,
Wharf street, Victoria, V. 1. nn'-i
'Tom Bkown ' jia a BozXBi—Of Mr.
Hughes, M.P. for Luiiilieth, better known
as ' Tom Brown,' the following story is
told :—Mr. Hughes wns ono of the
founders of tho Working Men's College in
Oreat Orniond-slreet, uud he hus always
taken care that there should be u judicious
mixture of piny with their work, liy this
means n gymnasium was litted up, a
crickotcJnb got up, mid a boxiug-cluse established. And those! who huve attained
any skill witli thu gloves will agree with
us that sparring is excellent oxorcise, and
that it may ho taken anywhere. One
evening when Mr. Hnglics wus at tbo
college he looked in upon this clnss: an
experienced linnd was on tlio door, and
instead of treiitiiig the tyros with consideration, he was knocking them about
protty considerably, until at lust they declined, one and all, going on with Mich u
oue-fiided game- Sir. Hughes hud been
looking on very quietly, saying nothing;
hot ho now stepped forward. ' 1 should
like lo have a turn, if yoa don't mind,' he
said, in his quiet way. ' Very hnppy,'
said the other ; ' huve you ever hud tho
gloves on before?' 'Oh, yes two or
three times.' They soon stood face to face,
nnd before his antagonist could say ' Jack
llobinson '—if ho hud any wish to do so
—Mr. riughes sent him sprnwlmg on the
floor. He got up angry, but "lorn
llrown ' wns cool, and punished him lo
his heart's content, und then told him that
be hoped that tho next lime he had to
spar with beginners he would remember
thut evening und be tender to ilium.
WILLIAM   LYONS,
,— J.KD—
Commission      Agent,
On the Corner of
Wharf and Johnson Streets.
au 3>2in
a.
11
OITOSITE THE TELEGliAI'II OFFICE.
For a glass  of clioico liquor go vto the
•"Grotto,"
There  " none BUT thr BKSX '' you  will
Iind is the motto.
Mint Julep?, Sherry Cobblers—everything
cooling ;
Come ye that do thirst, you will find its
no fooling.
nu 2
BILLIARD SALOON,
coukeb <;(>vi:k.Yfli;.vr ami tates srs.
UP-STAIRS.
Entrance on Yates Street.
au 3-lm
Mrs. Somcrville, now in her eightv-
seventh year, has just completed a vast
work, embodv ing till the latest results of
science in relation to the ultimata particles of mutter. Those who havo seen
the manuscript are assured that when the
book appears this summer it wiil be found
t« surpass, father than full short of thc
'Physical Geography,' and 'Connection
of the Sciences,' rhicli, half a century
ago") gars her the first rank among intellectual women.
THE IFIOXsTEEIR
ICE CltEAM,
—FROM THE—
PACIFIC TELEGRAPH HOTEL,
IS AGAIN IN THE FIELD.
rJUIE PIIOI'RIETOR IS PREPARED TO
I supply, ns usual, his customers, parties,
luills, etc., at moderate rates.
PACIFIC TELEGRAPH HOTEL,
au 3 Store street.
J.   NAGLB,
Shipping Mr eter and Commission
Agent.
f HEWS SUPPLIED AT TIIE SHORTEST
\J Notice—dnnds entered and deun-il nt
tho Custom lluuse; .Manifests, Charter Parties,
and Bi Is of Sale made out. Vessels bought
nr mid.
Several small V>8sels  for   sale   or
charter.
Office—Bastion   street,   near   the  Police
Barracks. jyl7
TIwrp t.irn-trlvlnp; rnmoiiie. nr* nrer, far tlie fir t
tl*ite,|r vo i public!,- to tie- w r n, Kur over Aqaftltor
fn i tntiiry of private prMtlottholngrediuRti in tiniu
Life-Giving Pills
H;ir« bern unci with tlm Rre^ttest sueceflr. Th"lr
miwchn   Is  n t on y  in  i r»vctit i-tfaH'*, hut  to 'lire
Tbeywroh'ouj ih* rsftou pwUdtM hy «hich iho
pattOnt i» snflTering, »&<! re*iqTlgoratei t''« ailinr
Bjmtem,    T • thi* ttoA ami iiiHnn a itW do»u« of then'j
'. :il-.;il-li! PILLS Will | rut" tu bu
A VERY FOUNTAIN OF YOUTH,
Fur In evpry cane t'-ey a-M new life n;vl  vitality, nnil
-estiri! tin- w iaIiiB*B>io/glen lo their ■ 11 ■ mute. T>
the jonnsrnnl mLidla Kgod tlii'y *vill pr«v6 tnr»*t in'
vulu'Me, ft-* a rev y, ipOOlQc »l|d atel'iini? medicinu.
■ tc- is a ilrt'Hin runlizt'd. tint PoUoeaao-LflOD bou^U'
ft»r linen   hnmlred  Veirt ii^'o. nnd   never f nnd.    Mr
looknl for* f iintftiii tliui would ration the old t(i
', Igoi and make - oath ever
An Eternal Spring-1
It wns lift fnr Mils diy nnd liour to realize tho drenm
nnd fhuw in one glunuua fact thu magic that n.adi
it fair.
THESE  FAMOUS  REMEDIES
G'nmol bIiv th- Bight uf yearn, hut. tlipy c»n force hack,
au' liuld iil'inl, dift-4M'-ft hat mi lit in mph over tin>
ay d and the ypODg. Lot ii'iie Ii'i-ntate then, but
ki-ik« tin' favorable upportunlt^ that oOfcri. When taken
as prescribed—
Fcr Billious Disorders
Nothimr can ho moro p-odtictlee of cure than thtM
IM!*.—riictr almorit iu<Kic iulluenue la hit at o oej
nud tilu unual ci in: ruitauts «■( thi-i ni« st dUtreutng
■ l.i-.- an removudi Ther-ereiiKdios aro made fn»n
the punit
VEGETABLE COMPOUNDS.
Th y will not harm the mont dolicate female, and
ra i b>t ,:i in with goud elfeot in prcricribi.'d <\—<-. to
I he yott&gttt b.ibe.
For Cutaneous Disorders
' nttll »ru -ii..in of Hi"-til'. Mi" RAI.VElli mn-t In-
vilublt. U'!"". n i h.-.il .'xtmnallj at.im-, but pi-no-
Int... .. nil lh<* iuimI i- arching "II, i;i. u, lliu vorj root
ul .11. (Til.
DR. MAGGIEL'S PILLS
Iiivuriably cure the following Diseases
Asthma,
buwel Complaints.
Coul1i«,
ti-ldK,
Chest Di'enseit,
OjBtiveness,
l>pl^p^p8ia,,
Diarrhea,
Droppy
Debility,
Kevcr and Agi ^.
Female nomplatnto,
Ueint.iche,
Indig-Btlon,
Infl'lPI Zl,
Inllamni ition,
Inward WeakneHB,
Li-er Complaint,
fcowriOta uf Spirits,
Ringworm,
Klieiiiuatimti,
bait I'lenm,
tiv.'aldrt,
Skin Dipcasea
JkW NOTICK.—\one?enrlne without the engnred
tradc-niark around Ouch pot or box, signed hy PR. J,
MA^ttlKL, 43 Fulton street; hew \ ork, lo counterfeit
whii'h IB telniiy.
93" Sold  hy nil   resp«ctnhle D.-aloni  in   M«tKotft«n
throui'li.-ut thtf United Slates and Can ida—at ^& c«Ota
per box or pot.
A. O. Langley & Co.,
Agents for Vancouver Island and British
Columbia.
hi
Chains and Anchors.
TWENTY; TOMS CHAIN
SLorl Lid'aciI ond provcil from \ to \
AND
A. XT O "MS. O IR, S 3
From 20 to S00 pounds.
ti'*'*
For Sale by
PBTBR JI'QITADB,
Wharf ttreet, Victoria.
I)
L.    BETTMAN.
BALHB IN I)HY OOODB, OEO0BBIBB,
HOOTS AND SHOES, k., kc, kc.
Olympia, W. T.
au n
PRIVATE   BOARD.
Board  -with  Comfortably
Furnished Bed-room,
Six Dollars per Week.
YATES   ST.,
Next Door  to  the  Anglo-
American.       Jya5
BRITISH    TEEI0DICALS.
Jesse  Cowper,
Wbolrtale ud I*. l*\H Dealer in
BOOTS AND SHOES,
LEATHER,
—AND—
SHOE    FINDINGS,
YATES    STIIEET,
OPPOSITE WRLLS, FARGO k C».
At tlie old stiuul of Webster <fc Co., fi
prepared to supply tho wants of tho
public in Ilia line.
The Latest £tvles
Received by every arrival from Baglatd
ami Sun Kriinrisro. au '1
For San Francisco Direct
The London Quarterly Review (Conservative).
The Edinburgh Review (Whig)
The Westminster Review (Radical)
The Uorth British Review (Free Church)
— AND—
Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (Tory)
Tli" fo ir Rerlewi rt'fiubtlthed by llnivrt. Pcorf *;
Co.. ni'i' iri'Mi-riil y co ifdered u llio Orrat B*tIbwi,
tnd   BUeKffoud   1dm 'Ten j-iftlv   plnced  In  the tame
r.ii.k.   Whorrar dlipant•■ with reading pnbliMMoi)*of
tbUcliW, wluti'Vrr min Nf lii-i 'Hii-r.ii I i.f.»? mil inn t
tv'il bijou bo iiltoifether liebiii't thetlnw* in wnifli hfl
liven—'iRti in iIicbp times a perm* tnaj nuon yet vw
far behind. They imy be read uud Btudietl iviih I -
vniitii,!' by the people of tbia oountry, o:' erefj creed
and party*
l^i~ ULACKWOOD la tmiiMmlh' attractive it UiU
ti  tn Aiiii'iicaiis, not   only for   Iti «nvt I artirlPB by
dUttnftriihed wrttert of netl in, but for he- aeei unt of
the lat« civil nr*r.no* being written l.y ci. Von
Borke, a German officer, chtef* LrUfl loOen. J. E. u.
. tuart, of tint Cunfeileratu aniiy.
TERMS   FOR   1860.
Por anyone of tht Barlewi '..ft per annum
Koranj two of ilu- Review*  7 "
For any three of the RerleWi 10 ■
Kor all four of (be Review IS '*
Fi» Blackwoi'dU MaRm'n'  4 "
For Blackwood and  ono Rovi.w  7 "
For   Hla<kwi.od nnd any two of tlio   Ho-
Vl"WB 10 "
For PllOkWOid nnd three of thB Kt'Vle»«i..l3       "
>'ur UUckwoi d and tin- four lieviewi 15       "
CLUBS.
A di*Cnitnt of twenty ptrotmt will be t'loWtd lo clubs
of fniir or more pereonc. Tims, four o |tfei of
BlaokwcotUor ofonp nevlew will be vunt tooM <"'■
itn.'x or H12 SO.   Konr obptei of the font lie vie wb and
BUckwoodt i n $4i, iind bo on.
POSTAGE.
When sent by mnil, the POlfTACtt to unv pnrt <>f ll:c
Ullitid t ti-8 will be ut tH'fiitx-iour niit-. n. year I'm
" i.AcKwnnn," and but eight ceuta a year for each or
the Ituviews. \
Reduced Prices for previous years-
SutucriberB may obtain 'he Heju-hitt immeaifitely
preceding 18(6, us loll, wt, viz. :
Bhvlit-KHl from S-ptiin■ *t. 1S >4. to December, I8fl8
inrlualve, at the rate ol" S*2 -r'0 a v.ur.
Tho X„rth Rriti*h .from Jinunry. 1K»13, to 1'ieretnber.
l'-GS, ini'iufive; tlie JBjfntMtyA 'nd the (TetfntftuferIrrta
Jpil. 1864, to Dooemb^r, JWft, Welo»i?«, mid lh(=
letmdm Quarterly for tho year 18i.5, ut the rate of $1 .ri0
;i yi at for each or any   evl■■«'.
eS" A feweoptn jeirenata ofoQ thi four fifcfcau
for i863.it H a Met, or ^1 (.0 for any oue.
M:<)\ Mill   SCOTT   &   CO.,
Publishers, 08   Walker Street. iV.  Y.
I.. B, kCo.,at« pabllah the
Djr IIkmiy STitni'ass, nf Edinbnrfh. rn.ri tTic la.pj. p.
N.n.M>,   i  V.,le    .!.■-_   B vrat.   Hum Octavo,   1G00
■ il liulimnnii   Ki.L,r». nul'
1'ricc $7 fur tbe  two Volume:—to Mail, poit  paid.
TUB Ni:\V AND FAST SAILING SCHOON-
Jsr±Xl<T-B-R'^7-A.,
To Puil on or ulioiit the first of August.
tot J;ix'iglit or 1'ivgsugc, ui'pljr to
K. II.  MAKV'IS,
jj-lil Whnrf street.
~'111K  ONE  T1ILNO   WAMliD.
HOLLOWAY'S PILLS.
The BSIood.
TbfilO famous pills ntf so compo?efl thn
they operate wholuOIMly on tlie slomnch, the
liviT, Ihe bowels, nml othor organs; by cttrrocl-
i«K any dctanjjtMnenls in their functions,
whereby a steady supply of pure materials tor
tho renewal of the Hloorf is lurnished, and ft
coiiftKnt iibairnctiou o( clTete products is effected. This perfect circulation thus becomes
the very fDORtlUn of healih and life, nnd overcomes all form of uiscase wherever its bUuk.<
tlon.
General DlMordorM of (ltc Liver
and Moiiiiicli,
All who ever Indulffe a* table, either in eat-
lng ur drlnkloff) ibould take about tea of the*-
lauious pilU ul bed time, from which will r^o
suit u clear bead and good stomach the Ml >w-
Ing mornirip. TfaoaiAodl of Erftdiei nre always cotnplaiuitig of sick headarhcii, wntil o
npin'tiic, want of energy, and want ol strength,
lo cotrect all thene evils, three or four ol these
Pills should be laken twice a week, when they
would give the invalid .no health nml appetite
of a ploughman.
Female* of all ApCM nn<] C'laNwe*
ObltrtlCtlotH ot any kind: either in younjr
or tho.^e liftwcen forty and Iifty--the most crit-
icnl peilod of lifo—may be radically remo,':d
bV using tbetfl 1'ills according to the printed
directions which accompany each box. Younft
persons with ilckly and sallow eomjdexions
nay bava tbe bloom of hcnltli restored by thi?
correotivet wLloh purities the blood and expels all gross and ImparS humors from tht* system. Beware t!:eu of tbe critical ago Iron
Jorly to fitty, as it sends mnny thousands to
premature grave,—these Pills should be tftke»
it that period of lile two or three tin:os »
tcek
Want   <*r St rents li and [Energy.
Persons of sedentary habits, or those troubled in mind, working iu Factories or Con)
Pits, Wbo cannot obtain tbat amount of fresh
air and exercise which nature requires, sufl'cr
from weakness and delility, lowness of spirits
snd Wafll of appetite. All ench should take t
lose,or (Wool tbese Pills every three or foiu
days, as they net gently and effectually on the
lystsm and impart vigor nnd energy to tbo
body, which is always followed by a good
nppetite, sound and refreshing sleep, nnd o
high How of spirits.
For I lie t nre or Dropsy.
The cftic.icy ol Hnlloway's Pills in Dropsy
is extraordinary* They act with such a pecu-
linr effect upon the system, that tho fluid?
Causing this direful complaint, are poreeptibl
Barrled <>lf and prevented from any lurthei
accumulation. The sufferer regains a buoy-
aney of spirits and rejoices in a completely
renovated constitution. It is indispensably
Dpcoisarv tbat the Ointment should be roost
elFectually rubbed into the complaining parU
during thu whole course of treatment.
Children and their Allmente*
Iu no country in the world arc more children
carried to an early grave than in Great Britain,
Onupbs, Measles, .Scarlatina, Fevers, and olber
lieeases attack tbe little sufferers, and death,
bnt too Often, follows at a rapid pace ; yet if
attbeflral stago ot these complaints, v&reota
were to have recourse to Holloway's Pills, all
danger would be avoided, for the stomach
and bowels would rjo gently but effectually
elaanped by this milu aperient; the dppruved
immors correctea nna tne secret ions duiy regulated. A perfect cure would ".oon b* effected, and the I'ttle patient restored to sonn*1
health.
Holloway* Pi. r ve tha best known remedy in thi
worM f-" ths following diseases:
Pnhln'ttie f-Ki,fbilshnient of Pml«Mor H.tllowny, 241
i*tnnd, (ne« Temple B.-ir.J I. odon ; aN" by all retpect
aiile Dnigfls** anil Dealert in Me icinestlironphout the
otvtUscd worldt «t the following prices—Is, 1^., 5. 9d,
1". 00.,Hi., UK, and 89f. inch box.
Femelt
lil.
hgee
\stlim.i
nutouftOnsplahiti
Kite
r>lntr)iGi    ou    the ■ ip'it
>'kin Henri Arlio
V»t\\.-\ corrplainlR    hnli™e-iioe
Ooltox hiHiiinnatlon
0MMtl|hltlAn of the .Utmdice
rregular- Pcrofu'aorKiog ■
Evil
Bowell
Cnnsum) tinn
DaU Uv
frojuy
Dytsatn
Eiysii>alaS
il.ivtr Complaints
Lumbil^O
ll'Uee
iRheumattfna
Kcicntion ef Trine
I
Fever of all kindu Sore Tliroats
stone and (Jrave
Secondary, i-'ymp.
tome
ic-Do!oreux
Tomore
atTee*
Ulcere
Venereal
tionn
W'-rmfl     of   ■
kinds
Weakness     from
whatever cense
***   There i»   a  considerable   saving by  taking the
r ■   r ntXOS.
I'lrectieii- for the t;nidrnce of patients in eeerj dljor
1   :   I  ■    ,■■ -.".I tOPKCh bOX.
Pkintko and Published by McClure k Co.,a*
the office, Langley Street.

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