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VOL. I.
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THE
"EVENING TELEGRAPH,"
ITI1I.ISIIEI)
Everv   Evening at   4   O'Clock,
(Saturday and Sunday crcnings excepted.)
ALSO KVKUV
SUNDAY    MORNING !
,_        TEUMS OK   Mllsl IlIPTIOV I
Per Annum, In tulvaure, by miiil, $10 011
Kor .ix  meotfil    fl Oil
l'er W-ek, payable to ll«rrliir,        SH
IDglniat'rii,      lo
For terms of Advertisement apply at the
Office. Langley Street
VICTORIA,   VAACDIJVKK   ISLAND,   TUESDAY  EVENING,   AUGUST   21    1866
NO. 43.
A Fatheii's Ahvici; to his Son.—
Bob, yon are nlmut leaving home for
strange parts. You aro goinj; lo throw
me out of tlie gume anil go it alone.
The odds are agin you, IJoii—remember
Unit industry and porsevernnco are the
winning curds, as tliey are tha 'bowers.'
Hook learning, ami all that sort of thing,
will do lo fill up with, like small trumps,
mid you must have Iho bowers to back
them or tbey ain't worth shucks. If luck
is agin you prctly Strong, don't cuvo uud
look like a sick chicken on a rainy duy,
but hold up your head and make believe
you tire flush of trump) ; they don't play
so hard agin you. I've lived and traveled around lome, Bob, and I've found
out that us soon ns folks thought yon held
u weak band, they'd buck ugiu you
strong. So, when you're sorter weak,
keep on a bold front ; but play cautious ;
be satislied with a p'int. Many's the
hand I've seen 'em Bliered cause they
{ilnyed for loo much Keep your eves
well skinned, Bob ; don't let 'em nig you;
recollect the game lays us much wilh ilie
hend as with the hands. Be temperate ;
never get drunk, for then no mutter how
good your hand, you won't know how to
play it; both bowers and the uce won't
nave you ; for there's surtiu to be a ' miss
<leal ' or something wrung. And another
thing, Bob, (this wns spoken in a low
tone) don't go too much on women ;
queens is kinder poor curds; iho more
you have of em the worse lor yon ; yon
might have three, Mid nary a tramp. 1
don't sny discard 'em all ; if you get hold
of one that is a trump, it's nil good, nud
there's sarlin to bo one out of four. And
above all, Hub, be honest ; never take a
man's trick wot don't belong to- you, nor
'slip' cards or 'nig,' for then you can't
look your men in the face, und when
that's the case, there's no fun iu the
game; it,s a regular 'cutthroat.' So
now. Bob, farewell ; remember wot I tell
you, and you'll lie sure to win ; and if
you don't, it i-nrvcs you right if you get
'skunked.'
A Fr.r.A Unhi-.ii a MtCROscOFli.—
When a Ilea is made to np itar us large
as an elephant, wc can see all the wonderful parts of its formation, nnd aro astonished to iind that it hus a coat of armor
much more complete than ever warrior
wore, and composed of strong polished
nlatcs, littcd over each other, each plate
covered like a tortoise-shell, nnd, where
they meet, hundreds of strong quills project liko those ou tbe back of lbe porcupine or hedge-hog. There arc the arched
neck, the bright eyes, the transparent
cases, pierces to puncturo tlie skin, a sucker to draw away the blood, six long
jointed legs, four of which nre folded nn
the breast, all ready at any moment to be
thrown out with tremendous force fir tbat
jump which bothers one when Ihey wnnt
lo catch bim, und, at the end of each leg,
hooked claws, to enable him to cling lo
whatever he alights upon. A flea cun
jump a hundred times his own length,
which is the same as if a mun jumped to
the height of seven hundred feet ; and he
can draw a load two hundred times his
own weight.
A gentleman presenting a lace collar
to the ohjeet ot his adoratiou, said to her
in a jocular way—
' Do not let any oue else rumple it.'
'No,  dear,' said the lady, 'I will lake
it off.'
New Advertisement*.
For Sale Ex Camden,
Matter, Ilockrr, ami An;'0.(urn;nitltni,
Oregon cider lu bbls. |.md cam,
llarct lo casks, hair-rusksjand ttsrt,
Saiileine and California Willie Wine,
French Alroliol 90 O.IN,
Eujr. (Ilqtiot, 'iiinini  and  Bollenger'Cham.
piigue,
And in More an  aniiirlinrnt uf Brandy
and l.ii;iiui> HdtaUl fur ihe Trade.   \
t&- Depot of Havana Cigars.
nu C
EUGENE Thomas,
Vati'H street.
The Colonial Market.
JOHN80N   STREET,
(OPPOSITE       OlIIKNTAI.     AI.I.KV,)
Will lie re-opened on
Saturday,    August     4th,
The market will lie constantly sup;.lied
with ilie belt quality of articles required for
Ilie family table. Fresh supplies received
dally.
nu l X. V. LAHOB.
WARM WEATHER!
ICEl   ICE!   ICE!
t     LUXURY  WITHIN TIIK  REACH   OF
il all, supplied by
VLlZiX.    l»IIII^TJ,ir»H,
FORT STREET,
To lay nothing uliout (linger llecr, Lemonade,
ur .Sudii Wilier with it.
SST The way lo keep cool. au 3
"ROUND THE CORNFr"
IS THE NAME OF THE
JSTE-W     SALOON
JUST OPENED I.V
Lnii':Icy   Btoeet,   round  the
coiner from Yates wlrrrt,
In tho building Formerly occupied hy the
Saloon of IviiKiiiiAiun's Qotil.
The Saloon has been taitefolly refuted,
and will lie supplied with the
F I 1! S T    Q UAL] T Y   0 F
Wines   and   Liquors.
The proprietor rcspcclfuily invites the public lo call "BOUND TIIK OOBSBB" and
judge f. • themselves.
QOVKBKKNT   STIlIKT     i:XTU\M-i: — NKXT
door lo tlio Telegraph Offlce,
Jy39        JACOB   HEAKUHBRi
3STOTIOE.
DURING   MY   TEMPORARY   ABSENCE
at San Francisco,   my   brother,   Peter
Mntthicssen, holds my Power of Attorney.
Dated Hotel St. Nicholas, Goverument street,
Victoria, 14th August, 186C.
au 15 N. C. J1ATTHIESSEN.
J.    SPENCER,
HOUSE AND SHIP
f m. xj :m: b e ir, ,
Gas-fitter and Bell-hanger,
Corner Yates and Government streets-
All branches of tho  aliovo  business  prnc-
tically douo  with  neatness  and despatch, at
charges tp correspond with the times.
aufi
Oriental Restaurant,
YATKS   BTRBBT,
In connection will) the Oriental Hotel.
THIS   ESTABLISHMENT   IS   OPKJ AT
ALL HOURS OP THE DAY (lit NIU1IT
THE    TABLE
Will bo furnished wilh the best the markol
affordi.
Breakfast,
Dinner,
Supper
At moderate prices,
Oysters   in   every   Style.
Private Rooms for sm ill or large parties.
Call and judge for yourselves. jy 30-lm
NOTICE !
NOTICE !!
,-tROM THIS DATE THE UNDERSIGNED
has concluded to reduce his price ONE-
HALF ; and hereafter tlie
FINEST WINES AND LIQUORS,
ALE,   HE Ell,  &c, kc,
Will be served at thc
"METROPOLITAN"
AtTWELYE AND A HALF CENTS
per sample.
The public will please call and sample, and
satisfy themselves that the very best is to be
had at the above price.
T. J. BURNS,
Metropolitan S.iloou, Store street.
jy 26
THT:
EVENING TELEGRAPH
GENERAL
Job   Printing
ESTABLISHMENT
Langley Street,, Victoria,
The   Printing   Offlce
OF  THK
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
New Advertisement*.
THEATEE
Photographic Gallery
(Ul'  STAIRS).
ri'HIS GALLERY, LONG AM) FAViu:
1 ably known to Victorians and strangers,
has facilities in the way ol light, materials,
kc., and the experience of the proprietor enables U1 in to furnish Carte.- de Visile, Ambro-
types, ami photographic work ol superior
in Mi unequalled by any other house iu tow n,
and at as low puces as otiieh ESTABLISH-
himti charge for common and Inferior
picture!—in fact at prices to suit the linns
Cartes de Visite, -  - $5 per Doz-
Out door work attended to at short notice,
and on the most reasonable terms.
GKORQB   U0I3INS0N,
au 0 Proprietor.
RED LION HOTEL,
GOVERNMENT STREET.
'1'UK   ABOVE-NAMED   HOTEL   HAVING
L  been opened by
joe    e u e :sr 3
He will he  happy lo  meet his  Iriendj  on all
occasions, Ail   mill furnish them with
the best of
Winc?j Liquors, Ale, Porter, &c,
and Cigars-
HOARD AND LODGING PER DAY $1.
/       Bagatelle and Skittles.
Call end sec the establishment.     JOB presides it,id keeps order. au 10
A
YOUNG   GIRL  FOR LIGHT H0U8E-
work, and to wait ou table.
Apply to
MRS. ZINKR,
fates St., between Government nnd lirond.
EX   FIDELITER
A Choice Lot of Bacon
•Jlist   AiTivetl.
For SiOe by
an 2
P.   Gilligan,
STORE STREET.
Miscellaneous.
'PHE OFFICE ALMS at securing
JL siicl. ipeedy Execution of orders as is
consistent with correct and elegant Work,
manship.
Orders received for Printing
Books, Bnsiness Cards,
Pamphlets Invoices,)
Catalogue! Bill Heads,
Sermons, Trade Forms,
Reports Circulars, (Pkin
Rentals, Coloured,)
Leases, Hand   Bills. (Plain or
Law Forms of every Coloured,)
description,
For Prices,   apply   at the   Office.
Lanijley street.
EXPRESS LINE STAGES.
'I-UK COACHES OF THIS LINT WILl,
JL now run regularly, leaving Yale, li. C
ou
DlOIHlilYN,
Wednesday*,
Aud Fridays.
AT 7, A. li.,
FOR    HAVANA'S     FEB It V
(Big Bend Route), until the  completion ol the
road, wben they will go to Salami's Kerry.
The Couch for Cariboo   will   leave Vale on
tlonday,
jy 2 F. J. BARNARD
General News Agent
J. Stratman.
EMPIRE NEWS DEPOT
Cor. Washington & Sansome st?.
S:in l<Vanc'isei>.
THB ADVKRTISBRil   prepared   to supply
wiili ptiseta&Utyand oeleritj the annexed
nt-wspapcrti rtiiii periodicals upon tlie following
terms All orders, to receive Immediate attention, must be accompanied by cash remittance,
and handed in previous to the 4th, 14th, and
24th of each month.
London Daily Tun"- $14 00
The Field  JI uo
•'       IUuotrati'd Times  7 00
t*       Wei-klv Timet        7 00
«       Bell's Lift- in London 14 00
>      Wealth Iji<|*alck 14 OC
M       m. Newt of t'.e WmW  1400
•*      ruMic Opinion  t jj
1     Indfx (FreeTrade) 14 00
"      111. Bportlttf Newt* S 00
"     Bpcoutor  1400
"       U»"-ii'w   1400
BattmUj EUvltw 14 oo
niibli"N.iti"H...; 12 00
Umdoil lUuslr»ua News 14 00
AtlftCtM Month 1; 3 Oi
Rlnckw«»niVi- Mngnr.ine 3 00
Harpi'r's Ma|?ar.ine » 3 00
Sixpenny Mn^uine »,«, 3 Oil
Knickerbocker Z\>~
r.H-iti.' V >n(My    ..•*•'..., 3 Oo
Cn.b-y's Ladles Book 3 00
Musical Host 3 00
Continental MafTMine 300
V;ulnin IVmorwt'n Monthly A (jft
t, l.cslii■'- now Kamily Ma^axiue  3 00
Ctnm\nT8' t:-linVirgh   ournal... 1 00
Monthly   pap«n, Diieea  Week 5 00
" "        All the Yenr Round it on
Tliu-krrav> OomhillMaguItH f.0C
1«intlon  Lancet B ot)
0, A   Gain's T.-inpi,; Bar ti 00
LmdOB Society  MiiRaiine 0VO
St. James Maguine f m
Y..\\r\h\\T-h ReVim 1	
London   Rerle    1000
Norib BrttinhKevtew 1000
^Teatminuter Keuen JOOO
lAndou Art Jr.11ru.1l 1200
Minir^ fc  BoelUaf Map 10 00
THE (iliKAT   HE.MI'.DY   01?  TBE
Mir..
HOLLOWAY'S OINTMENT.
The   i-fTt-it   "I  thr   Ointment   •■•    th*
Hyutem,
To the Tt^ry ro-e and ctn're of hIJ din n.ti
which nflVrt tbe boiSMI body, this irnnu knt   c
preparation penotratoa, h tU$a\*f**M*Mtt ii«4t-r
the friction ot t\ir bandf, ns palt dinippear:*
wheti rolihi-'l u^on ment. The unptin.t performs its healing errand rapidly, cafely, prtid
without pair.. Hlfnftle eruptions, open sorea,
hard tnmorfi fcroioiOB< dtrolopmrati of all
klodf, abceitei, csocera, old wonnes. nnd, In
facl, every speci'g of irffnnnmtion nnd pup-
poratlOD| whether in ttefkin, the fleph th«
glasdti or ainonff tlie (rtUlclM, con be r.rr> tttth
in its destructive eoovse, nnd permuiieD'lr
cured without dinger by rubbing in mia inoa-
tlmabU <>intmetjt.
Iind    I't-ffs  It ml   litfttstH,    SmrK,   nnd
I'k-di..
In many Hospitals in Kurope this celebrated
remedy i.-' now used for tbe cure of old wonndt,
sores, aud ulcers ; in Spain and Portugal, and
in many parts of Italy, the first Physicians r«-
regolarlr prescribe its uBe. It is a sovereipp
remedy for bad breasts and b«<i legs; nnd likewise for nil ikin diseases. It is to be found in
the cbest of nearly every sailor, soldier, nn^
emigrant
liuprudvnelea   of   Youth ; — Sore*   *i»'l
Ulcere*
The above clail of complnints ifl surely  re-
noved   by   nightly fomenting tbe   parts witt
tviTtn water, and then by mo-t etfeclunlly rob
Ding in this Ointment.    Persons suffering froia
tbese direful complahils nhould lose not a mo
ment in arresting their progreie.   It should h»
ardentood tbat it is not  sufficient merely to
smear the Ointment on the  affected parts, but
it must I)** well rubbed in for some considerable
time two or three times a day, thnt it mny be
taken inlo the system, whence it wil) remov    i
only hidden sorcorwonad   as  effectually   n,
though it were palpable to the eye.    Bread nnd
water poultices, after  the   rubbing   in o) th
Ointment, wiil do great service.   This  is  tb?.
only proper treatment for females  in  cases o|
cancer in the stomach, or for those who sulli^
Irom a general bearing dow n.
Piles, Fiatulua, Nfrlctare*.
Blotches, amUo swellings, can with certainty
be radically cured if the Ointment be usee*
freely, nnd the I'ills be taken night and morn.
tng as recommended in the printed instructions
When t rented in nny nth or way these com plaint,
jnly dry up in one place to break out in an-
itberj whereas this Ointment will remove thr
•juroor from the system, and leave tbe patien
i vigorous and healthy being. It will requir*
,ime, aided by '.he use of ine I'ills, to ensure
ustiug cure.
DijithcriH,   Bronchitis,  Boft   Thromts,
Any nf the above class of diseases may be
"ured by well rubbing the Ointment three
times a day upon the skin covering the throat,
chest, and neck of the patient. The unguent
will soon penetrate the pores and give immed.
mte relief. To allay the tever and lessen tt:3
iiifhuuation, eight or ten Pills should be takes
night and morning. The Ointment will pio*
duoe peispiration, which is so essential for
removing fevers, sore throats, and those oppressions of the chest whieh arise from
Asthma, Bronchitis4 and other causes.
Both  the  Ointment and   rill,   ahonld
bu uaed  in i in   following Citaea t
Bad le^B
Bad Bratats
Hums
Buntont
i'ilr nt Mntcln t"CF
and Band-FHei
(U'.llillV
.rorns (Cjrns)
('incurs
Oontraeted
BUS Joints
Kle|>l]nntiaai£
PiataUu
^lnegc-fo'1t
:hilblatnn
Cbeppad Sands
Rheumatism
£ctidfl
Gout
iliui Inlar
llngi
ii mbago.
Piles
and Bora Vippki
iS' ro Throat
Sun ili^LMx
Isourvy
Sure licnd<
pwcll-'r.unor-
Dlcera
Wounds
Vawa
Pold nt t e Bstabllibment oi Puofimor ttoit.uw*
n-L ftrand. racav Tample lui), JmoAov ; alac bj a
raapaetabto Druntlsta and Pnilera in Medleloaa ibfncfli
aut the ftlvUlted worhl, ai tin* fMll.winir piice* li. l>».t
tint 4» u.i.. lta,t Wi.. ana 88a, eaeh Pol.
*,* Tti«re i u considerableuflnfbyUkfn^tht lar^*.
Isest
Nil. — Dirocliotm f-r the f«ld«nr« ef Patteotl   in   «vat
iltaordararaafllxrd tofnrh Pni
(sewing machines,^
i:iu
"On *.*.*■•*
tit***
Wvr*,— Tli^ Pintrr tt* hin. il lh» oi.lv MnchiM th*
will miw nil limit "Cloth vitli Hll l,nli of thr*.*.
s&r la.oootBs
MACHINES  SOLD  I.V TWO  YEARS
The almost incredible increase in the enle of
the Singer Machine during the past two years
Is owing lo the popnlanty of the LETTKR X
TRANSVERSE SHUTTLE Fninily Machine,
which wns introduced in 18(10, since which
time it La? earned nnd established a reputation for family uses equal to the celebrated
manafactnrtng machines ol this Firm, which
are generally acknowledged, even by dealers
in other Sewing Machines, to be unequalled
for such purposes.
Ifeay NO OTHBR Family Sewing Machine
lias such perfect and improved appliances for
Ruffling, Hemming, Binding, Felling, Tucking,
Gathering, Guaging, Braidii or ng, Q lt-
Ing, elf.
Efejy" All persons requiring nlormaticu
about ourSewiug Machines.their, izes, Prices,
Working Capacities, nnd the best method of
purchasing,can obtain it by sending for a copy
of ihe
BTKQBR   M ^NrKACTI'RiNU   COMPANY S
II.LC3TI1ATSI1  t'AMI'HLtT,
Whit h is entirely devoted   to the  subject-    It
' will be sent erntis, with specimens of work.
' Local Agent* wanted in every 7Vtrn.
WILLIAM BRODRICK
General Agent for the Singer Manf g Co.
hi Wit and Humor.
	
Miss Su«an Nipper, who lives in a
small icn?ment, a lone woman, was quite
'fluslrated1 the other morning liy an early
call from a bachelor neighbor.—'What do
you como here after '(' said Miss Kipper.
—'I came to borrow matches,' be meekly
replied. — ' Matches I '1 hat's a likely
atory. Why doti't you muke a match T
I kuow what you come for,' cried the exasperated old virgin as she backed tlie
bachelor into a corner. 'Yoa come here
to hug and kiss me almost to death !
But you shan't — without yon're tbe
strongest, and Lord knows you are I'
' Having in my youth,' says n celebrated Persian writer, ' notions of severe
piety, I used to rise in the night to
watch, pray, and read ihe Koran. One
night, whilst deeply engaged in these
exerciseB, my father, a man of practical
. virtue, awoke whilst I was reading.
'Behold (said I to him) Ihy other children are lost in irreligious slumber, whilst
I alone wnke to praise God.'—'Son of my
nml,' he answered, 'it is better to sleep
than wake to remark tbe faults of thy
brethren.'
Those two celebrated divines and
scholars, Drs. South and Sherlock, were
once disputing ou some religious subjects,
when the latter accused his opponent of
using his wit in ihe controversy. ' Well,'
said South, 'suppose that it hnd pleused
God to give you wit, what would you
have done ?'
A plain spoken woman lately visited a
married woman nnd said to her, ' How
do you contrive to amuse yourscH?'—
' Amuse,' snid the other, sturtiug.; ' do
you know I have my housework to do ?
—' Yes,' was the answer, ' I sec you have
it to do ; but as it is never done, I con-
cludeyou must bave some other way of
passing your time'
One day the philosopher Bias found
.himself in the same vessel with a crowd of
sorry scoundrels. A tempest came ou ;
jindl instantly tho whole band began to
invoke the succour of their gods. ' Be
..quiet, you wretches 1' said the suge ; 'if
the gods perceive that you are here we
are lost!'
A young mnn asked his governor for
some money, as he wanted lo go out of
town to recruit his health. 'Recrnit your
health I' exclaimed tho old captain ;
'well then, here's a shilling, thai is ull
we pay for recruiting in the army.'
During the rccout census nt Dundee,
bu ancient dame returned herself ns a
•'Congregational Decanter,' meauitig, iu
correct lauguage, 'dissenter.'
When does a barber treat certain
letters of the alphabet wilh severity?—
When he ties up queues (Q's) and puts
toupees (two l's) in irons.
1 When dues tho Mouse of Commons
present a most ludicrous spectacle ?—
When its ayes (eyes) are ou oue siJe, and
its uoes (nose) ou the other,
There is a man out West who ia so
aristocratic that he has cut his own acquaintance.
Woman, with all thy faults, I love thee
Mill,—as tho Quaker observed when he
muzzled the scold.
Truth, they sny, lies in a well. ' For
my part.'said a wit, 'I thought it the
jiropurty of truth to He nowhere.'
Why is a kiss given to the wrong
person like a guu 1—Because it is a
blunderbuss.
To discover how many idlo mon there
are in a place, all that is necessary is to
set two dogs a Sghting.
Why is Loudon milk like a Bank of
England note 1—Because it is not current
without the water-mark.
Why is the street-door like a barrel of
beer ?—Because it's frequently tapped.
What wonld bo likely to give the best
report of a firo ?—A powder magazine.
What flower most resembles a bull's
mwiih ?—A cowslip.
When does a man look like a cannon-
ball f—When he looks rouud.
New Advertisements.
ALICE   BROWN'S
FANCY   TWIST
SMOKING TOBACCO
Jl'ST RECEIVED AT
A.   SV   KEYHEll»H,
Pogether wilh some fine
HAVANA CIGARS D1KECT.
Also on hand
Wine Sap, Peach, Apricot, Mary's Own,
Light Pressed, Natural Leaf, Buffalo
Tongue, and Atlantic Cable
Tobacco-
JU3T RECEIVED  PEK BARK RIVAL
A Fine Assortment of
Meerschaum   Pipea.
Call and eiamine.
an (-lm
OTliTAl^LYONi,
SHIPPINO
— AUD—
Commission      Agent,
On the Corner of
Wharf and Johnson Streets.
au 3-2m
The "Grotto,"
OPPOSITU TIIE TELEGRAPH OFFICE.
For a glass of choice liquor go to the
" Grotto,"
There " noke but hie best '' yon  will
find is the motto.
Mint Juleps, Sherry Cobblers—everything
cooling ;
Come ye that do thirst, you will find its
no fooling.
anl
Alhambra
BILLIARD SALOON.
couhcr <;oYi;itYiii:\T \y\> mi s srs.
XJr-STAJCR.S.
Entrance on Yates
Street.
nu :i-lra
New Advertisements.
UNION HOTEL,
Corner Bastion and Langley sts-
The raoraieroB weapaoTrotLt w
forms tbe public,
MisHlaneoiis.
Unit I   is   nnw
Hoarders.
Terras :
open
that  the shove  nnuied
for   the   reception   of
Board and Lodging per week
Board without Lodging
The Hotel
$10 00
8,00
Is located in the molt central p»rt of the rily,
being in the immediate vlciuiiy of the principal Uusiness Homes, lbe Theatre snd oiber
places of amassment in tbt city.
The Table
Will be supplied with all the delicacies tbat
oar markets afford.
An early application II necessary as only a
limited number of boarders will he takes, it
being the inlention of lbe Proprietor to do all
in his power to promote the comtort of those
who may favor him wilh their patronage.
REFERENCE   REttUlIUD
T. H. Uo (.'ANN, Proprietor.
Victoria, V. I, July 30th. 1866.        jy 30
■ __ ■
Miscellaneous.
WILSON   &   MURRAY,
GKOCERS,
Provision, Wine * Bj-irit Merchant*.
BAKERS k CONFECTIONERS,
I-OUT ST., VICTORIA, V. I.
BillPPINO " SUPPLIED.
Miscellaneous.
Chains and Anchors.
TWENTYJ TONS CHAIN
Short Lin'.ted and proved from J to J
THE ZPIOUNTEEIR,
ICE CREAM,
—FltOM TIIE-
PACIFIC TELEGRAPH HOTEL,
IS AGAIN IN TIIE FIELD.
rpHE PROPRIETOR IS PREPARED TO
X supply, as usual, his customers, parties,
balls, etc., ut moderate rates.
PACIFIC TELEGRAPH HOTEL,
au 3 Store streot.
TOBACCO PLANT
ARRIVAL OF ANOTHER CARGO FROM
& Cuba,
Virginia
A Nkw *vt> Grahb Epoch is Mroicikr I—
Dr. Maggiel is Ihe fonmlu ot a new Medical
system. Tbe quautitariuus, whose vnst internal doses enfeeble the stomach and paralyse
the bowels, must 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 wonderful and all healing Salve. These
two great specifics of the Doctors are fast su«
perseding all tba stereotyped nostrums of the
day. Extraordinary cures by Maggiel's Pills
and Salve have opened the eyes of the public
to the inefficiency of the (so called) remedies
of others, nnd upon which people have so long
blindly depended. Maggiel's Pills are no ol
the class that nre swallowed by the dozen, and
of which every box full taken creates an absolute necessity for another. On% or two of
Maggiel's Pills suffices to placo the bowels in
perfect order, tone the stomach, create an appetite, and render the spirits light nnd buoyant! There is no griping, nnd no reaction in
the form of constipation. If the liver is affected, its functions nre restored ; and it tbe
nervous f jstein is feeble, it is invigorated.
This last quality makes the medicines very
desirable lor the wants of delicate females.
Ulcerous and eruptive diurases are literally
extinguished by tr.e disinfectant power of
Maggiel's Salve. In fact, it is hero announced
that Magsiel's liilioug, Dyspeptic
and Diarrhea Pills cure where all
others fail. While for Burns, Scalds, Chil
blaine Cuts and all abrasions of tho skin
Maggiel*** Salve ia infallible. Sold by
J. Magoiki,, 11 Pine street, New York, and all
Druggists, ftt 2D cts. per box.
VIA 'ASriSWAI.I,,
Of the Mast   Celebrated Brands of
TOBACCO   &   SEGARS
EVER IMPORTED
Samples can bo had at the » 4DELFH',"
corner Ynics and Government streets.
Arrival of a few more Plants
by the " California."
JST Office of O. P. Green's Victoria
and Esquimalt Express.
F. CAJIPBEIX,
ait 2 ADELPHI 8EQAR STORK.
Wanted to Borrow
S500     IDOTLsTLiA-TliS
ON FIRST-CLASS REAL ESTATE 8E-
curity producing $60 per month. The
money would be taken lor one year at 1J per
cent, per month.
For particulars apply to
A. F. MAIN,
au 2 Government street.
IP.    O'DWTTER
IMPORTER     AND    WHOLESALE
DEALER  IN
Oregon and California Flour.
Middlings, Bran. Grain, Butter,
Lard, Provisions, etc,, etc,
Families und the Trade supplied on the
most iTiiBonublc terms.
No. 40 Government street,
NEAR CORNER OP FORT.
AND
NCHOE
From 20 to 800 pounds.
s
jyW
For Sale by
PBTBB M'QIIADE,
Wharf street, Victoria.
A   Triumph    ot    Science
THE  LIGHT   OP   THE   WOULD
DR. MAGGIEL'S
PILLS   & SALVE.
These I/ife-giving remedies are now, flir the flr t
li«"i', fcivmi imbl-cly to tli- w r -1. K»r over ft <|UHi tor
< ( ;i ■ t id :iiy of private practice thn ingredients iu iht'ic
Life-Giving Pills
Hit* lir.n ti-fi with the irnnteM success. Tli' ir
m'-M-ii |i ii t on y to prevent - \*--t*'\ but to cure
They ->■ in b OU' tin various inaUdles by which the
pa Hunt in suffering, iml re.invigorates I'm alllnif
system. T • the axed ami infirm a tew doeui of theso
valuable TILLS will prove tube
A VERY FOUNTAIN OF YOUTH,
For in vvtry case t'ioy odd new life nnd vitality, and
lesttrfl the w nin'i{i"ii»/nie< to ihcir i-rlstine itate, T i
the jonng IU '  mi  <'l • > gfdi tiny   will  mfl m*»»l in
valtiitlu, a* a   i"i   y, spixMlh*   I >"'i' m:   mt'diciii".
i.tre Ik a ftr<-*iii realized, that P(inee«de>u80p ■■'■,,■ i,•
forthte» huudivd vrarn u^n, nnd Barer f itnd. Ha
li.uk. ti tor h fountain that would rcstoro the oid tu
Vigor and maku youth ever
An Eternal Npring !
It waa left for Ihii dny and hour to realize thn drenrn,
and show in one glorious fact the magic that u.ade
it fair.
THESE  FAMOUS  REMEDIES
Cannot stnv the flight of yearn, but they can force tank.
anc* hold nlo"f, diseases 'hat mirbtlri tnph over tlio
kg d and the young. Let n"ne hesitate thru, but
a«ize tho favorable opportunity that ofTers. When taken
u prescribed—
For Billious Disorders
Hothlng cAti be more productive of cure than theso
Pills.—Their almoat in-igic influence In felt at o*iO»J
and thu uxual cone >raltants of this most distressing
disease are removed. These ramidles are made from
the purest
VEGETABLE COMPOUNDS.
Thfy will not harm the most delicate female, and
caibu glfu with good effect iu prescribed denes to
the young*' t babe.
For Cutaneous Disorders
And all eru-'ll'-nsol the skill, <ht HALVE :fi nio«t in
valaable. It does n <\ heal trternally alone, bat pen*-
traiea with the naoit ic-archlng affecti to the vary root
of the evil.
DR. MAGGIEL'S PILLS
Invariably euro the following Diseases :
Anthma,
H"we| Complaint",
Cough*,
Cold*,
Cheat Di-eases,
CosUvuneBn,
Djtpepala,'1
Diarrhea,
Dropsy,
Debility,
lever and A(p \
Female Complaint",
Headache,
Indigestion,
llltl'MM ZA,
Inflammation,
Inward Weakness,
Ll-»*r Complaint,
Lowne«ft -ft Spirit*,
Kingworm,
Rheuinatlnin,
bait Uhenm,
Scald*,
Skin Diseases.
k\w\*r NOTICE.—Vonegenrine without the engraved
trade-mark "round e*ch pot or box, signed hy DR. J.
MAUGIbL, 43 Fulton streetj New Vork, to counterfe.t
which is felony,
tfST Sold hy all respectnble Dealers in Medicine*
throughout the United States and Canada— at '25 cmitn
per Vox or pot.
A. C. Langley & Co.,
Agents for Vancouver Island and British
Columbia.
L.    BETTMAN.
DEAI.KR IN nHY GOODS, GROCERIES,
BOOTS AND SHOES, k., kc, ke.
au 11 Olympia, W-T.
Jesse  Cowper,
PRIVATE   BOARD.
Board  'with  Comfortably
Furnished Bed-room,
Six Dollars per Week.
-5TA.T.-ES   ST.,
Next Door to the  Anglo-
American.       jj25
CHARLES    BERNARD,
Manufacturer and Dealer in
w
"Wholnsale and Retail Dealer in
BOOTS AND SHOES,
LEATHER,
—AND—
SHOE    FINDINGS,
■5TATES   STREET,
OPPOSITE WELLS, FARGO k C».
At tlie old stand-of Webster & Co., it
prepared to supply tbe w»nti of tli*
public in bis line.
The Latest Stvles
Received by every arrival from Englar-d
and Si\n Frani'isco. au'2
Mrs.   Hein
KKI'.PH   CONSTANTLY  ON   HAND   THB
lutcst fashions in
ISA IL. L13ST E R"5r ,
—AT—
Prices to  Suit the Times,
GOVERNMENT    STREET
Ritwcn Port iind Brongliton. tal
~TUE  ONE  THING   WANTED.
HOLLOWAY'S PILLS.
And Splcei* of all kindM,
No. 707, Sansome xtrcet, corner Gold,
Between Jnckiion rtnil Pncific.
First Premium awarded by tlie Mechanics' Institute, for thi best Coffee nnd Spices.
Tliu proprietor linvinK inirotliiteil Stentn
Power in bll Manufactory, hn now increaaDtl
facilitice to supply the trade and Ihe public in
Koncral. All articles from his Establishment
am guaranteed to Im pine anil unadulterated.
The public are respectlnlly invited to call and
convince themselves Country orders promptly
ailcnded to. au 2
BRITISH    PERIODICALS.
The London Quarterly Keview (Conservative).
The Edinburgh Review (Whig)
The Westminster Review (Radical)
The Horth British Review (Free Church)
Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (Tory)
Tlio foal RptIcWi Te-piihlinhrHl hy Mpitn. ?cott &
Co., Hr»> eenethhy POi ililnrnl iiu tnfl <irent Ri-Tiftwn,
min Hlarkwood luw Wvn justly placed in tlm same
rank. Whoever dtapomoi* with ruidtntt pu1 Hcatiinii of
this oln^a, wh*t«vf r mny »*■* hi-* M-nt-ral i i.formation,
w'il soon 1*" HltoifJlhor itchitnl tlm titnu in Whieh hr
lives—dad In ihe«* tinifs u ptrwtmtkj soon get vpry
fnr t).*hiri'l. Tb"y msy be read mid studied with ad-
vnntiu'fl by the people of this conitry, of eytry cret'd
and p*ttr,
t^e- DLACKWOOn is nniisiinllv nttrftr.tivo at thb
Linn- to Anifiicaos, not only f>r \it sort I articlei hy
dihtlnmiibhrd writi-raof tw-ii <n. but for \\\t aocounlof
ihe lata civil wr. now botog wrlttflQ by C>I. Von
i: tI ■. •> <:■ ■ Ni'.n.iHif .-, ^'n. t", ''   t: ii  lotien. i. E. B.
imiri, of thu Confederate nriny.
TERM8   FOR   I860.
For any on» of thc Urn-tew* $1 per annum
For aii> two of tbt Ret tews 7       "
For any time of the Itfvlewi 10      *'
For all four of the Reviews 12       '*
Foa BUekwood'i Hagtala* 4 "
F«r Blackwood and «mc Rertvr 7 '*
For  ilUtkwuxi and any two of tlio Reviews 10 "
For Plackwood and three of thft Ufvte«H..13 '   "
For 111 i«;kwo< il and ihe four Reviews 15 "
CLUBS.
A discount of ttaenty per cent, will be a'lnwed lo eluhs
of four or more persons, Thus, fnur c pies of
Rlnfkwnd.nr of one i evlvw nil! he went tn one oaI-
dress or 412 R0. Four copies of the four Reviews ami
Blackwood, for$48, and noon.
POSTAGE.
When sont by mail, the 1'osTAnii to nny part of tho
United t tes will be ' ut twentv-i'our cent-* a year for
11 ucKwoon," and but eight cents a year for each of
the lltviews.
Reduced Prices for previous years.
Subscribers may obtain 'he Repaints imtneulately
preceding J866, aa folh-ws, vie. I
Blttckaood from Suptrm'-er, 1864, to December, J865
inclusive, at tlio rate of $2 50 a year.
ThO AorJA British from J-inuary. 1B6A loPerembcr
1S65, inclusive ; the JZlinburuh »inl the Westminster lr«in
Ap il, 1804, to l).■■■■■mi <", l'f..\ Inclu-iw. and the
Lontlon Quarterly for the year 18L6, ut the rate of $1 .10
a yaw for each or any   eti-w.
j83* A few copies yet rem'in afall Vie four Ktrriews
for 1863 at $4 a set, or (1 U) for any one.
IJ-:<)\.tKI>    SCOTT   &   CO.,
Publishers, 38 Walker Street, JV.  Y.
L. P, & Co., also piildish the
FABMPR'S Q-XJI3DE
ByliEiBY grpom; if Edinburgh, anil ilie ln.e J. V.
Nohtiis, .'f Y»le oUttn, 2 Mil*. UojaiOolavo, 1C00
pnKes, und numetoiH  1'nur.i. luce-
l'rirc $7 for tlie two volume,.—by Mail, p<,8t nalrt.
»8 00. JJ.J3
Tlie niood.
These rumoiis |nlls are so composer! tin
they openuo u'holeaomely on the Btoinnch, the
liver, Ilie howils, nnil other orglll; by correet-
tnK   miy   ■'■'' :-'nici'in    in   their   iunctions,
whereby u stetuly supply of pure DMtlirtftll lor
the renewal ot the lllooil is lurnished, flnd ft
eonstnul ivbstraeiiou ol effete products is ef-
tiTieil. This perfect eircuintion thus bicotnta
the \ery fo'tntiiin of health nnd life, and over*
comes all form of disease wherever its situation.
(.ciieial IHsonlciK of Ibe  J.lior
and  Miimiiih.
All who ever Indulge a' '.iihlu, either in oa.1-
v,\t or drinking, should take about ten of l^ia-.
himous pills at bed lime, from which willrou
soli a clear head and good stomach tbe Mliw-
log morning. Tiiousauds of Ladies are aU
ways complaining of iiiek headacheSf anuL o
nppetite, want of ener|;v,nnd want of eirenglh,
to correct all theso evilti, three or four ol theso
I'ills should be taken twiee a week, wbea they
would give the invalid .he health ami appetila
of a ploughman.
Tcmalcs of all Ape* aud ClatiNe*
Obstructions ol any kind, either in young
or those between forty and lifty—the molt critical pel inil of life —may bo radically remo.'od
hy using these Pills according to the printed
directions which accompany each box. Younn
persons with sickly and sallow compleiiona
may have the bloom of health restored by thlr
corrective, which purifies the blood and ex.
pels all gross nnd impure humors Irom Ihesys-
tern. Beware then of tbe critical age Iron
forty to fifty, as it sends many thousands to
premature grave,—these Pills should be takei
it that period of lile two or tbree times a
\eek
Want uf Strength nnd '.Energy-
Persons of sedentary habits, or Ihose troll,
bled in mind, working in Factories or Coal
Pits, who cannot obtain that amount ol fresh
air and exercise which natnro requires, miller
from weakness and delility, lowneSB of spiri.a
and want of appetite. All such should take »
Jose or two of these Pills every throe or fom
days, as they net gently and effectually on tha
system and impart vigor nnd energy to tho
body, which is always followed by a good
appetite, sound nud refreshing sleep, and a
high How of spirits.
For tlie Cure or Dropir.
The efficacy of Holloway's Pills in Dropsy
is extraordinary. They act with such a peculiar effect upon tho system, that the fluid'
causing this direful complaint, are peieeptibl
carried off and prevented from nny furthel
accumulation. Tlm sufferer regains a buoyancy of spirits and rejoices in a completely
renovated constitution. It is Indispeutably
necessary thnt the Ointment should he most
effectually rubbed into the complaining pari*
during thc whol.e course of treatment.
Children and their Allmentc,
In no country in the world nre more children
carried to an early grave than in Great Britain.
Coughs, Measles, Scarlatina, Fevers, and other
diseases attack the littlo sufferers, and death,
hut too often, follows at a rapid pace; yet if
at the first stage ot these complaints, parent,
were to have recourse to Holloway's Pills, all
danger woulii be avoided for the stomach
and bowels would ne gently but effectually
cleanserl bv this milu aperient; the depraved
tnimors correctea ana tne secretions dniy regulated. A perfect cure would ".oon be effected, and tbe little patient restored to soum'
health.
Holloway' Pi. t itt the best known remedy in thi
world f.t tbe following diseases:
PoM at the Kpt.tbllshraent of I'rolessor Holloway, 241
.^IMinti, (near Teninle Bnr.) I. lelon ; al»~ by all renpoct
able Ilrupiris'3 anil DralPrs in Mn icinea throughout th.
civilizc'l world, at the lollowinn prlcwa— le. 1#.,& 04,
|.. lid., 111., 22r., anil 33s. ench box.
Ame Female Irregular-Pcrnfu'aorKlaj i
Aftthmn
Itta
Evil
Billious Coiaplaint*
Fever nf all kind*
-*ore Throats
Fltl
-'timo and Grave
Klntchot   ou   the
flout
Secondary Symp
Skin
llia<l . wl if-
toms
Bowel complaints
Incligestioa
Tic-Doloroux
OoUm
Iiiilnmmatlon
Tnmara
Constipation of the
Jiiumlicn
Ulcers
Bowl*
Liver Complaints
Venereal     affW'
Consiitnition
Lumbago
tlona
DebiiilT
Tiles
Worms    of  a
Dropsy
Khcumatlsm
kinds
Dvsentr?
Retention ef Urine
Weakness     frvtt
Erysipelas
whatever enxi**
***   There is   a
consul cm tilo   saviu
g by taking tb*
ir-ier slzoa.
I>irt*ctt"ti< for th
jruitlmce of patit
its in every d-s»r
iler are ulllxi'd to '■."
ch box.
Printib and Published by McCldhi k Co.,"' |
thc office, Langley Street. dbtning "&c"lcgrapfc.|teleigraphic:
nsu to thi: tnam muura,
To-day's    Despatches.
"toispatbvmiuio, AUUUSTSI.UM.
COMMERCIAL.
PASSIMiKKS.
Per stmr JOSIE McNEAIt —James Brown,
Dr Walker, D B A, Mrs l.ihby, Itev Ur Bcott,
>l,, Frui, Packchan, (' 1' Luther, W Williams,
U p Miller, W II I'urguson, tiaorft Lalar,
Miss Uiscoek, 11 I' Hannah, Nolan, Ham Alex-
ander, J 11 Munaou, Mrs U Crosby, E S Dyer.
uivsu.\i:i>.
Par stmr JOSIK McNEAIt, from Paget
Sound—I. DodgMOD, John Murray, L Ensign,
Anderson k Co,0 Cro«by.
l.lll'OUTs.
Per star JOSIK McNEAIt, from Puget
Sound—24 head cattle, 10 do calves, 48 do
■beep, 6 pgs mdsc—Value, $!ili<J 50.
KXPOKTX.
Per schr MINKHVA to Honolulu—477 pkgs
mdse, 11781) ft lumber, 10 M shingles, 3H pes
deck plank, 191 bblf salmon', 8 pkgl dry goodi,
150^1'gin, 10 pkgB champagne, 10 cs looking
glasses, 4 cs sardines, 20 cs cognac, 3-1 es
fruit.—Value, $10,000.
VESSELS DP-SOUND.
ADDITIONAL  AT   POM  1IAWS0S.
Bark Icoiiiiun, for San Francisco
Ship Uoquimho, fur San Francisco
I'OIIT  LUDLOW.
Bark Huntsville, fot San Francisco
lirig Orient, for San Francisco
Brig Crimen, for Sau Francisco
IBABICK.
Hark Live Yankee, for San Francisco
Bark Mill* Boggs, lor San Francisco
POUT GAMII1.K.
Bark Monakea, for Honolulu
Bark Constitution, for Honolulu
Murk Kutusoff, for San Francisco
Mark Torrent, for Snu Francisco
Miiri'i-w; INVtatsttWatHOH.
port of victoria, vancouvku island
imhd!
Ang 24—Stmr Josie McNear, Crosley, Pott
Angelos
*&B»M|K1 Coi'itT.— After hearing the argument of csanficl in Court yesterday in tlie
cue of manager of thu Bank of British
Columbia vs. Lowenberg, His Honor decided
that defendant was liable for the claim of
$J000, without interest, for which he Iind
toecomo security for Spratt k Krieralcr, hut
that the Bank must give defendant a proportionate share of the ecturity subsequently
obtained by them from the debtors.
HoiiSK or Asrkmiii.y.—This body met tu day
shortly after three o'clock. Present: The
Speaker, Messrs. De Cosmos, Pidwell, Cochr
ranc, Dickson, M'Clurc, and Young. Mr.
Yoang gave notice to rescind the original
Union resolutions, and to-morrow was fixed
for tho debate on thc Confederation question.
All members should be present.
City Council..—This body met last evening.
Reports from the committees on Bridges,
Finance, and Sanitary matters were received.
The last-named commission stated that they
had issued fto notices to remove, nuisances.
The Finance committee reported the city
indebtedness np to thc 30th June 18GG.
Puoet Sound Officials—The Pacific Tribune Btatcs Ihat Mr. (1. F. WhltWONh has resigned the post of Deputy Collector of Customs, and will become principal of the Territorial University at Seattle nice Mr. \V. K.
Barnard, who takes Mr. AVhitworth'a place in
the Customs.
Fbom Puckt BoCHD,—The steamer Josie
McNear arrived Ibis morning, at half-past!)
o'clock, with 18 passengers and a small
freight of cattle and sheep. The McXcnr is
Improving much in her running, having made
tbe distance from l'ort Townsend to this city,
this morning, in 3.J hours.
Tun Eobopean WAn.—We havo received
W. H. Russell's account of thu great battle
between tho Prussians ami Austrians in Bo.
hernia, published in thc London Times ol
June 30th, 11 days later than dates received
by last mail, and will publish  it to-morrow.
Foa New Wsstminstiii.—Tlio steamer Enterprise sailed nt 11 a.m., with somo 10 or 12
passengers and nbout 10 tons freight. The
Enterprise has been beautifully repainted,
carpeted nnd furnished, and is n credit to her
owners.
!;• • a a-i i;:"| t on to the (rm;r:il rule of Wes  I
:   but ih it > Ol        lathe !
fait that Victoria was the only place, from its i
central p
could :
igemeat '
• f the church   lo tin i/irit-
lly and BoaaciAlly.   Tbi leman j
4 a:lini ui.l ■:,,.. uniioiMi kind.
San   FuxciiOO,  Aug,   » tadmethta
v had received irom his *
Harris is holding au nnpiest in lbe police difli-
foiii-t tins afternoon, on tli- bodf of Join '• i!1' "'"
,       , ", ,
Lioht Calendar.—Only a solitary "drunk"
put in a woe-begone appoaranco at the police
court this morning, and was let off with the
osual light penalty. The occupation of
policeman Ie becoming almost a sinecure,
Tbb Fideliter.—A private tolegrara received here this morning announces that the
Fideliter sailed for Victoria yesterday, at 5:
20 p.m. She will therefore be duo hero tomorrow morning, about 10 o'clock.
On the Way Back.—Our special despatch,
received this morning, states ihat H. tt. S.
Sparrowhawk left Sau Francisco for Victoria
yesterday, the 20th.
Haw Trial -The argument for a new trial
in the case of Bunster vs. Joseph Bros, was
being heard to-day.
Fob Honolulu.—Thc flue new schooner
Minerva sailed for tho Sandwich Islands this
evening with a full freight valued at $10,000.
Stock for Sale.—J. P. Davies k Co. will
sell on Thursday next a splendid American
stallion and some other horses and cattle.
Brewtier, vbo ra killed Ly the falling of
Sumner Street  lldOM     Tba verdict w.ll
apply to ull victims of said ill-aster.
About three o'cloek tbli morning u
serious iiilVuy occurred nt tha uoraerof
Ynllejo and Dopant atresia, in winch .lav
Miller, Mut. Brady, tad a man namod
Rogers were cut and aeriouily injured,
Tliu statement of tba injured partita, with
tlm exception of Hitler, who is unable to
tell Ins >tnry, is us follows :—Dr. Boyle,
Brad j, und Rogers »era pa-sing tlie corner when tliey observed Miller wus liuv-
ing un altercation with somo Italians.
They stepped acroaa to Fee what was go
ing on, nud us soon ns they reached tlie
street Miller and the Ilulium ennio to
blows, when they inter!, nil. The Italian)
drew revolvers und used tbem freely, und
baring wounded ull but Dr. Boj le, Qed
from thc scene. Miller wee stabbed In
Ihe shoul ler by n knife, which glancing
downwind enteied the lungs, iuflictlng a
wound which it is feared may prove fatal.
He is now lying at the county hospital in
a low condition, Brady wns stabbed in
the abdomen, neck nud arm, Ilia (rounds
nre not of a serious character, Rogers
was cut in the face nml severely beaten
uud bruised about tho head. Brady is a
member of Washington Hose Company,
of which Rogera is also a member. Who
the Italians were nml what wus the origin
of the difficulty between them nnd Miller
is not known. The police huve no elue
to the assassins
Private telegrams quote gold in New
York on Saturday at 149.
Arrived—Ship Amethyst, II days from
Belllnghum Bay; British bnrk Brazil, 170
duys from Cardiff ; Alnmlia, h days from
l'ort Mtulisou ; Mary, 1 dnys from Bel-
lingham Buy.
Sailed— II.BM. steamer Sparrowhawk,
Victoria ; British ship Explorer, Liverpool ; bulk Oakllill, L'uget Sound ;
Leonard, Puget Souud ; Comet, Honolulu;
steamer Del Norte, Crescent City ; bark
Harvest Queen, Humboldt.
Ii l by '-Lini
b - Brownlog, I
Rev. Mr. pun by
tetor lot as aa s lor, bnl as  be   mat
• ni. be would, as a i although of a
diffen oi   den eil ken of
■. l.i-ir li'uve t .-.iy a Jam  vordi.    lie
■ i. with the rest of them
parture ef Dr. Bran ■   Ba I U ■ Boon
bad,   like   Un : ers,  received
...ii. 1.1 there audience   that
;hey little  knew   the dllSculty of getting up
after another, aod <<f
ihe help which, on sereral occasions when
... ible to  attend  lo  bit  duties   io
la, lie bad rai rived from tbe  Ws
ministers.   As   a  clergyman,   hewoul4ask
tbem   to   strengthen   the  hands  of th<-ii
mini-t'-r,   to    WO 1.    with    hiin     In    every
why ;   for  be   was  a  false  christian who
.li.i not assist or aodeavor to assist tbe pastor
in the discharge of religious duties    as was
glad i . :.i was ill Iti
church management akin to Presbyterlanism;
in tbe Latter body no more then tbe l'uriner
could tba mini il r ma .e bis own selection.
Bverythlog ws . to the good of ihe
.li h.    As a cl Izen ..I  Victoria   he (Mr.
Somervlllo) could safely lay one of the pil ars
nl ihe eity was going away.   l)r. Kvans was
..   man—a  firm, rtrong-minded
clous man   ai I no i   nmunity  could  well
afford :-. lose inch > member,
Mr. Jessop tbi u rose : nd alluded fi i
tn tbe departure of llr. Evans, ti '■ elng fl loss
which Victoria as well as the We leyi
gregation would deeplyfeel. Thelossof Hiss
livnni .1! .1 be considered almost Irreparable
.is a Su 111 lay school teacher and as org mist for
tbe choir—a position she had filled from the
commencement gratuitously.
Mr Sparrow then In a few appropriate remarks, presented an address to Miss Evans
nnd with it a silver bosketand knife. He
spoke of the punctuality, earnestness, and
unwavering kindness Miss Rvenii had shown
in l,er religious and other duties connected
wilh the church.
Mr, Spencer as loader of the cbolr, also be*
stowed n eulogy oa the lady, when Dr. Evans
feelingly replied.
The business ol thc meeting being then
over, the large assemblage after n benediction
from Dr. Evans, dispersed,
lioiiii.l tlit; Island.
distance of ISO miles through tbe lohnatoaa
rain ia IS hours, arriving
in Tribune li y. Hornby bland, at H o'clock.
On the lOth ^i B .lurk a.m., we anchored
in Port Augusta, C .''.'ix. Bli Excellency land-
111^ to vi-i tba natives and tbe
17th—Weighed at 4:30 a.m. aud anchored
at Kaaaimo.    Hi.- Bxcelleney landi I and the
needed.
In ibe < .ek the dram
I for ni^'ht quart* -• and ibree rounds
find from 1 .nil gun ; it « '.; •' "
the tin-:. ! ap il.e
trbole  ship i-m :■- moneni only, while  the
pound rolling   'ti Ws
: thun ler.   Un the
isili weighed at t 10from Saoaimo,anchored
al li  am.  1 1  I   ■■ leban and r
Sunday, the IBth.    Ills Excellency laoded on
lbe l»ib aod 1 lien •
20lb—Weighed at t am. aad proceeded to
Suit i-priii;;. Hi" Excellency landed for an
hour te visit tbe lettlers, am! at B wepro-
reads 1 ..ii for Bs inlmalt arriving at ;i:::o. His
Excellency landed under a salute ol 17 (juns.
yards maaned. aod tbe voyage was Bolabed.
New Advertisements.
Everett's Exchange,
hTOBB  STREET,  V. I.
lit     : I .ui-t.K .1 1 IrlrNTi —I'J.HKV I) V. Is.     VaVUAM* l'-*l.\
Kiu.ui—The (irctt'.tttt rimily MaAletM of tba Aft—
l.n ■ ft :n'-'li:i]ly,   i.   can f   111   JtQ Co'At, cot, • ■
wiak  at'-imcli, fftOO&l liability,   nurierv  tttt i..uuili.
canli'T, iivT conpUInt, tljripeiMli or Indlgeitteo,
nrunp  in tl pala tn Hi itoniuh, b«w«l MinplAlnt,
|ntiriU:-fc'colic, As.utic <:fio!er», dianiuiM, and &y**tat*
torf* Au'Liku KM'KR>Aiiv, r'urct fetoni, boiti »nd old
§ott)P, watett burn* tnd icaldi, ^ut#, bral«u ind
i;r:i:n-. swelled jo'tnti, ringworm and tetter, brokra
rrMtod fttt and cbUMatni, toothitbt, pato In
aba raca, nanralgbk and rhaumntfam. It u aauta
ttvatiXy tor Agne and CbtlU nnJ Ferar.
II■■tro'.v.w'.i 0;\tmi:nt snu PlLIA—Oougba and colds
.- dalraaal'.g to the patient and annoying to
thoaa  ;d Wm*  "'h* mode of euro i< atmpb*t inno
cant, and tir ctivo. Hollowajr'a Olnim nl aboold ba
I ;. v rubbid int) tli** abaat »nd batwaon  tha
Llada watt twlca i ■■■ | wl " the blood U undergoing
]i ir Qc itlon by appro Tiaia do«ei of bis f»lis. a double
remit in tli n ■■■ un ■ -tha air tuboi nn relieved of
irouronUte I [>l lag u and the lupga an* rmet) from kd
■ 1.1 u'a'inii.    Thaia ravarlnicoondltlt'Oa remova
tlm eaoae an<* u  b oa no*.    Ry th*> aune manna
nud wilh nj*iftl facility, tbo iroatnu-nt hy Hollowa/'a
Ineetltuable ramedlu will ■ veraonia ulaeinti d and *t»re
Uirii.it-, diptbarltti broncbttfi, pteurliy, and uthnatlcal
ami I'linii.iiiiiry aongaatlva ecuplaJitta.
'i'HR PROPBHETOR RESPBOTTULLY IV-
I (urn* bia tri«adfOnd the public ti nt lie
Iihi open U Ins ulJ >'aiiil in Store street, where
he "ill   I tforfl   tb*   liin'it tjuulitv of
ALVEfi - anl CIOAB8.
('urn" Had     '
;u» .:-l»i       PAT. BVERSTT, Propristor.
W^
London*
tor money,
in regard
thnt nil ia going Wfl
Liverpool, Aug
sales  for  ihe   WL't-l
prices have
upUutls- are
stuiVs. Bruinr
European.
Aug. 17—Noon—Consols, SS;
5-20's. 68j. 'I'liere is nothing
to peace negotiations, except
IT—Noon.—Cotton
were 66,000 bales ;
improved |u.f and middling
quoted at is. l|d.   Bread*'
W^tcjan  8*1 < s<ii1utloit.
The prsseatatlon by iho Wcsleyuu congregation t» Eev. Dr. Brans on his^leaving for
Kanaimo took pluce latl evening tn the Wes-
leyan cliurch Ln tlie presence of ft large number of people, Including members of nil denominations. Tbo chair wns filled by tbe
liuv. Mr. Browning, wbo gave a short summary (if the career of tbe Rev. gentleman who
was about to leave, sulegi: ing his Intellectual
capacity and goneral ntefulness, and stating
tbat bad hi turned his attention t>i any other
walk In lite that led to worldly emiuen.'e   he
would have reached almost tbo Itlghoii pinna*
ole. Dfi Bvans bad worked ai few other men
could havo worked for ihe Interests of Ilie
church, but tbors wai s broad catholicity of
spirit   in  his  disposition   that  led him at all
times to merge ^m Uonal feeling In tbo jjroat
desire to ses Christian cburchei ol every ds-
do mi nation progress. Outsids tho church he
hud, both In Canada and Vancouver Island,
taken a groat interest tu the material welfare
of tbe people. He had always identified himself with thc friends ot civil and religious
liberty, and hud, indeed, In Canada been one
of the foremost in obtaining for the people
some of thc most valued privileges which they
now possess.
Dr. Dickson, M.L.A., being called on by the
chairman, came forward, und in a pathetic
manner, alluding to ihe kind and Wise counsels
Which he bud always received from Dr. Kvans,
introduced the address, which was highly
eulogistic, and wbich was accompanied by a
silver tea-set.
The Rev. Dr. Kvans felt exceedingly thankful that his services should have beeu so highly
prized by his congregation) but they must
excuse bim for saying that lie merited neiilur
thc eulogy ot the chairman uor that contaiued
in the address He bad simply endeavored lo
do his duty. He felt BO try, as every person
possessed of human feeling must do, at sundering the ties ot deep and enduring friendship ; but there wns one feature about Wes-
leyanisai that made it so potent, and that was
this very itinerancy,which brought forth that
self-denial and self-sacrifice so essential to
Christian ministrations—which made the feelings, thu life of thc pastor subservient to thc
church. So far as he was cone rned, he bad
never asked, iu his whole ministerial carepr,
to be sent to any particular place or to preside ovcrnuv particular congregation. It wts
enough lor bim to know ihat the Conference
In Canada desired bim to &o to this place or
to that.   His long residence  iu  Victoria had
We have been favored with tbe following
memoranda of the recent voyage of II.M.S.
Scout round this Island:
II. tt. S. BOOUT, August 20th.
To tiik Editorov tiik Evknino Tklkoraph.
Sir.—We lefi Esquimau at 10 p.m., with i'<ov-
ernor Kennedy, accompanied by Lieutenant
Benkln, on the night of tbe Btb of August,
having a thick fog through the straits and
right up to the entrance of Barclay Sound.
We ootored Barclay Bound at noon on the
0th, picking up at the entrance an Indian interpreter who had been in wattiuji for us, re-
joleing in tbe English name of Friday.   He
bad been in tl Berate" with .Mr. Haul.in,
;iii l amused us much by bia \ ocal attainn
singing " Dixie's Land" and other popular
songs. Several othei natives went with U8
as far aa Stamp harbor, Alberni Inlet, where
wn arrived at 5 p.m., and anchored for the
night. His Excellency visited tbe sawmills,
but the sound of tt     rill hammer  baa
ceased, Tlw Governor als i •: ited tbe Indians in t'i" >li :'i''t. "n the mornli g of tho
LOth we pr iceeded on for Uchu :kle*it harbor,
anchoring in Green Cove at7 a.m.. His Excellency landing and visiting the natives. Ai 5
u q anchor* I In Island harbor, Intending to
visit the lishlng itatton off Village Island, bul
ihe weather waa too misty, August llth, at
4:30, we weighed anchor and proceeded to
V illage Island, where wo stopped*a few cables
off and landed the Governor, rather astir Ish-
ing tin* residents by rousing them up at that
early hour. Two wlilttf men are her.' employed procuring fish frajn tho Indians, sailing
and packing tin-; i : the supply is always
equal to tbe demand. At 10 a.m. we entered
Olayoquot Sound, aod anchored off Ahousat
village. His Bxcelleney landed and visit tt
the place, and ihe ship was surrounded by
Ahousat natives in thur canoes, brill':-
thing ol value, however, t *> barter for. At
2,20 we left and steamed raund Flores Island,
passing through the Rocky Vass , Itwn ,
ever, su very rainy ami mlltythnl the
here so grand, was quite losl Ln ths olouds
above. The ship passed outal Sydney Inlet,
and unchored for the night in Kesqnlot Bay
for the want ofa bettor. On the L!2ih, at 5
a.m., proceeded on for Nootka Sound, and
am bored al Frh ndly Harbor (at its ent
i'clock. Hi Bxcelleney landed ttereana
vl Ited the natives, who came off iii their
cs oe highly gratified apparently al our disturbing tbfi monotony of their dally life  The
nat V6S hen   were no) encumbered  with much
clothing, blankets b-dirr In grunt request, At
OiSfi we proceeded on nnd steamed round
Nootka Island, passing through Hecate Nat-
rows* This was a very line day, and the
scenery was remarkably grand; the usual
wooded land, bnt very high, and the water in
the narrows themselves reflecting the green
on their surface, was pleasing to the artistic
eye. At oue p. m. we anchored in Queen's
Cove, a very pretty little harbor ju^t tulli-
cieutly large to swing one ship at single anchor, tho mountains clothed in summer grandeur rising to a. very  high altitude all round.
K'.lh AUgUSt—Al '.' we left this really snug
retreat and proceeded through Esperanza Inlet for Quatsino Sound, the must northern
inlet on the Wesl Coast, and after a rapid run
of nearly 10 knots an hour anchored for the
night oil' Robson Island, Forward Inlet,
QnatBimo Sound. At 4 on tbe 1 -Ith we pro-
ceeded on with 4 boilers round Cape Scott
and over NabWitti Bar for Beaver Cove (Fort
Rupert), aud anchored nt L o'clock p m. His
Excellency landed under a salute of 17 guns
and tbe yards manned. Tbis is the port the
11 Clio" some time back bad occasion to visit.
in a different spirit however to the present.
On landing unmistakable evidence of a warlike character were to be seen in tbe shape of
Armstrong shot aud shell ga bered in heaps
in the different houses. The natives badan
insane idea we were come o pay for the damage done '
On the 15th we left Beaver Cove and ran a
HERMAN  SHULTZ,
—AT—
His Well Known a..l Old Established
Btmid
The Government st. Boot Stcrr,
Btl just recefrtd   per fitMincr
A   FINE   ASSORTMENT   OK
Ladies'  and   Children's   Shoes,
Which he offers ut n very low price.
The Only Sure Way to Save the
Country !
IS Tit PATEOKIZB
CAMERON'S   ISLAND   PRODUCE
N'o.   18   Kurt   street,   opposite   Jlrs.   Hcal's
Boftrdlog.houso.
rUMILIRS AND HOTEL-KEEPERS WILL
L li nil nhviiys on hand fresh, cheap, ami
good
[sland Vegetablei and Fruit,
Island Flab and Game of all sorts,
Island Eggs and Butter,
Island Veniron cut to order,
Island Poultry, tc, ke., ke.
S. 11.—I  hereby ntnke known to the public
that, having made arrangements with certain
island fanners  to sell  their produce,   1   am
from this date prepared to  sell   cheaper thou
any Chinaman  peddler  that ever nte rice—
Ho walk on, .lohn !'
August iTtli, I860. an 17-lm
Dissolution of Partnership.
rpHB PARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE EX-
t feting between RoBinf lltsnv Srosi; and
Hbnuv JaitoMB aa Hotel-keepers at -: The <Md
Flag Inn, Nanaimo, has this day been dis-
solved by mutual consent. The business will
ln future bo carried ou by the said Robert
Henry .Stone alone, who will collect all outstanding accounts and pay all liabilities of
tho late partnership.
Witness,! R  II. STONE,     .
Jos. Moduli*.      HENRY JEROME.
Nanaimo, August 3, 18GG, au S-ltn
Suorborg  & Eueffi
COMMISSION  MERCHANTS,
Importers and Wliolesnlc Dealers in
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS,
Boots and SSlioes,
Wh trf street, Victoria, V. 1. au9
Dissolution   of  Partnership.
rpiIE PARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE EX-
JL istiug between .lames (irahamslaw nnd
Thomas (,. .Morris, Contractors and Builders,
has boon dissolved by mutual consent,.Mr.
Monis having retired irom tho business, which
will be carried on by Mr. Grahamslaw,
All persons Indebted to the firm arc re.
quested to pay the same to James Grahamslaw,
and claims against the li m musl bs presented
within fourteen t\:*yt Irom this date
Victoria, V. I., July 20th, 1866.        }fl8
FASHION   HOTEL
,t.s:i
Concert   Roomu
The only Place of Amusement in
Town!
1-pHB UNDERSIGNED HAVING LEASED
L   these  well  known  establishments, begs
leave to announce that they will bo
Re-opened on Saturday, July 28.
Tbo former Billiard Hall has been converted
into a Concert Room, where may always be
found attentive aud obliging attendants.
llest qualities of Wines, Liquors, and Cigars served by the proprietor iu person.
C1IAS. BROOKS.
gSg*r Aomissiox FttKn. jy 20
CARRIAGE   PAINTING
IN   ALL ITS BRANCHES,
Yates Street,
Between Deluge Engine House
and the International Hotel.
Work solicited, aud done on thu most
reasonable terms bv
W. M. KEOHAN.
au 2-lm i
Receives by each steamer from   Kui/liuid and
JSan   Francisco
BOOTS     Sc    SHOES
FINEST   AND BEST QUAMTT,
FRENCH   LEATHER,
— ASM) —
SHOE     FINDINGS,
At prices to correspond with the limes,
au 12
Relief  for   the   Afflicted.
THE INTRODUCTION OF
Perry     Davis!
Vegetable Pain Killer
To the Suffering  Humanity of this Ago
litis relieved morn pain, nnd caused more
real joy than any other one thing that cau
be named.
IT   IS AN
Invaluable   Remedy
Oar first Physicians  vise it,   and  recommend
Its   use ;   the   Apothecary  finds   it   first
among the medicines called for, and
the wholesale Druggist considers
it  a  leading  article  of his
trade.     All the dealers
in medicine speak
alike  in its favor: and its
reputation as a medicine of great
merit and virtue is fully and permanently   established,  and it  is   the great
Family "Medicine   of thi Age.
Every Volunteer should have a bottle, in case
of sudden attacks of Disease.
Taken Internally, cures
Sudden Colds, Coughs, kc,
Weak Stomach,
General Debility,
.Nursing Sore Mouth, Canker,
Liver Complaint,
Dyspepsia or Indigestion,
Cramp and pain in the Stomach,
Bowel Complaint,
Painters' Colic,
Asiatic Cholera,
Diarhma and Dysentery.
Taken extcnia'ly cures
FclotiH, Boils, nml Old Sores,
Severe Bums and Scalds,
Cuts, Brui8es and Sprains,
Swelling of tlio Joints,
Ringworm nnd Tetter,
Broken Hnoists,
Frosted Feet and Chilblains,
Toothache,
Bain in the Face,
Neuralgia and Rheumatism.
Taken internally, should he mlclterntetl
will) milk or water, and sweetened with
sugar, it desired, or made into a syrup
with molasses. For ;\ COOQH and
Bronchitis, a lew drops on Sugar, eaten,
will he mote effective than anything else.
For SOKE THROAT j gargle the throat
with a mixture uf I'ain Killer nnd water,
and the relief is immediate und cute positive.
t/mf H should not be forgotten that
the Bain Killer ia equally as good to
lake internally as lo use externally.
Each liotLle. is wrapped wilh till directions [or its use.
Prices 25 cents, uO cents & $1 per bottle. (ginning   fttltgrapb.
TUESDAY EVENING, ADO DOT Jl, lbtis.
Confederation  or   Annexation.
New Advtilisciii -His.
J.P.Davies&Co.
Now A.dverti«emenU.
In twelve days the House of Assembly
will expire hy cllluxion of time. Very
little time cau therefore bo devoted to
public busiueKK, and yet before tlie dissolution comes a tfuve work has got to be
jterformed. Our relations with thc mainland, and with Her BaJMty'l (jovern-
raent, will have lo be clearly and unequivocally put forward. The Ilouae will have
to declare that it cannot consent to any
union that .gives to tho pco| le less power
than they already possess— that when the
Assembly left the form of constitution in
the hands of the Imperial authorities, it
bad confidence in the good faith as well
mm wisdom of these authorities, and never
for a MtnetM supposed that the Sicretary
of SfUVe lor the Culonies would have ul-
lowed himself to be misled by (he malice
and puerilities of the gubernatorial ni.i-
compoop wi»a glories in the aristocratic
name of Seyuxiur. It expected, as it wus
really bound to do, that Iler Majesty's
Government would deal justly in the
matter-that although autlioriiy was given
them lo frame a constitution according
to their o.vn idene of colonial wants, it
was never for a moment presumed that
advantage would bo taken -of the circumstance to deprive the people of even the
smull modicum of power which tbey already possessed ; and least of all was it
expected that the subsequent resolutions
.of the House, showing a desire for not
.only representative but responsible government would havo beeu disregarded.
if he question that now arises is, what is
ithe Assembly to do ? We said curtly in
.our yesterday's issue that but two courses
present themselves—to become part und
.parcfllof the Ilriiish North American Confederation, or to pray to Her Majesty lor
annexation to tbe United States 'Ihe
first course, we will at once admit, if our
.recent telegrams aro correct, is much tho
most speedy and most practical way of
getting rid of oar littleness, our misgovern-
imeut, and our dead weight of officialdom.
It is now announced that the Confederation
scheme is on the eve cf being carried out
—that tho Imperial Government has
framed thc basis which is to be immc-
idiately built upon by the colonies. This
alters our case materially, alters our union
question, and, in fact, our entire colonial
aspect. If wc can become nt once a member of the Confederation, our destiny is
one of which we might well be hopeful
ond well feel proud. No more an isolated,
neglected part of the colonial empire, ive
shall be brought into instant rapport with
our colonial brethren cast of tlm Rocky
Mountaius, and become u healthy member
of a vigorous body—no more the rccep-
tuclo for the " ne'er-do-well's'' of the
mother country who are foisted ou us for
support, wo shall be governed iu such a
inauner, and by such persons as the people
themselves shall declare.
The annexation to tbo United States is,
ns wc have already said, a question fraught
with many difficulties, but it is a question
which, now that it has laken hold  of the
public miud, should not ho allowed to die
away.    If wo can show to Iler Majesty's
Government how  much  the British connection is costing ns, what Immense material advantages would open out to us by
becoming a member of the  neighboring
Republic, w« striko in thc breast of Her
Majesty's  Ministers  the very responsive
chord of self-interctv,  nnd Irom that moment banish  from   their   dealings  with
us    that    almost   cynical    indifference
with    which    wo    havn    been   treated,
nnd    which    has    loll,  us   a   prey   to
the official wolves of both colonics.     At
ull events we shall  never get anything
from the  British   Government  by syco*
phantic and spurious loyalty ; the history
of every colony  shows  thnt our political
parent has  to  bo stirred  np  by sundry
goads before she deigns to bestow a passing
thought upon us.    We have our own destiny in our hands if wc know how to use
onr strength.    Confederation  lies clearly
and immediately   before  ns, if we  adopt
Ihe proper tactics.    Lot us only go about
the matter in a businesslike, sensible way;
let ns pass a series of  resolutions whieh
will meet with the  views of the people of
both colonies,  and transmit them to the
Imperial  Government, as  well as  to the
various authorities iu  the Eastern provinces, and we  believe we  shall   bave to
wait but a very short period before cheap
nnd efficient government, with the thousand collateral  advantages arising from
being members of a young, progressive,
and incipient nationality,  will  be within
our grasp.
uti omkrs aid cennnsiox hiitumi-.
salt -ronni. »It rprool 'lour Building,
11 hurl SI., io ar talc*.
Cash Advances made   on Consignments.
AUCTION
Thursday. August 9S,
AT 11  O'CLOCK, A. M.,
A.T    SALBSBOOM
WHARF STRUCT,
Horses,
Bull and Cow
Wagon and
Harness,
Ono N'ew ExpreBs Wagon
Three good work Horses,   either for saddle or harness
Three sets of Harness
One Bull
One Cow
—ALSO—
One American Bay Stallion 15jj hands
high, a splendid animal, and took the
prize at the last Agricultural Fair.
—also—
A small Lot of Furniture
TERMS  CASH.
J. P. II.WIV.S, It to.,
Auctioneers.
■v-(I TICK   is
1\  Copies uf the
•ISmVi
Trade Licences Assessment Rol).
IlElii'tiY GIVES Til AT
pu i ui tut Tnul- LIcMer* Revised
neul Hull for the YearcndlogSOibJuBe,
.,,11,1   the   Half ytmt  loiunu-nrinii 1*1
J u u lad tadlat  SI*  Di " • b*vf
beta postiil up it the followinu |>tacn :
1. Post Office,
I, Sheriff's Offlce,
3. Police ttiiilding*,
4. House of Assembly,
:>. Court Honae,
ii. Land Offlce.
CHAHLKS (1. WYI.l.Y,
Assessor's Oflea, i Assessor.
18th August, 18CI. j uul'J-lw
J.  NAGLE,
Shipping Mr ster and Commission
Agent.
REAL ESTATE
-Br—
pREWS sI'I'I'I.lED AT THB SHORTEST
\\j Notice—Hoods enkreil ami cleared at
the Custom Honu; Manifests, Charter Parties,
anil Hi Is of Sale made out. Vessels bought
or sold.
ge#- Several small VessclB for sale or
charter.
Omen—Bastion street, near thc Police
llarraeks. au!7
Queen Charlotte Coal Mining Co.
(LIMITED.)
Notice of General Meeting.
AX EXTRAORDINARY 51 KE TING OF
Shareholder!of tbll Company will he held
in thc office of the Company on Friday the
24tli instant at 11 o'clock A.M., in accordance with ft requisition of the Shareholders,
ivnieh may bo seen at tho Company's Office,
anil to obtain thc authority of the Company
lo issue the C shares.
.1. B. WILLIS,
Corner Broad and Trounce sts. 1  h„-„,„_
August 11th, 180C.        / bccrclary'
an 15-til
-W-AJNTTEID
IN A SMALL FAMILY, A YOUNG WO-
A man to tuko caro of a child, and make
herself useful iu the house.
Apply  to EUO. THOMAS,
au 17 9 Yates Street.
AUCTION
1"».   M. HACKUH
Is instructed lo sell at his Salesroom,  Wharf
Street, on
Tuesday,  28th  Inst.,
At 12 o'clock, noon,
The benutiful nnd commodious   Residence of
JA>n:s   CAHSWBIsti   i'Xi ,
AI.   1.   A., known as
"ROSE  Y1TIA,"
And at present occupied hy  A. J. Langley,
Biqnlre.
THE   GROUNDS
Comprising two acres, linvo been improved ut considerable outlay. There
nro on tho property a I'ortcr's Lodge,
Stable and Outhouses, a Kitchen
Garden, and a never-failing well of
good water. Thc ground rent and
taxes are $4 per month, aud thc
property realises ut present $f>0 per
mouth, and has a term to run.
For further particulars apply to thc
Auctioneer or to tho proprietor.       mil7
NEW    WESTMINSTER
GAME   DEPOT,
YATES   ST.,
Next door to  t tic corner of flovcrutnent,
0|ipntile /.I'lner'a Drwr Store.
ri'llE  BUDSCltlBEB HAYING MALIK AK-
1      raagemeatl  to receive   from   different
pari N lbe preda e of the Island uud country
will be prepared to turnish . ...
Game,
Fish,
Fruits,
Poultry,
Eggs    and    Vegetables,
Ench  nml  nil in their season, at the lowest
prices.
Jfci?" Fraser Itivir .Salmon by each steamer.
JAMES   ALLE*.
jy 31-1 in
nu21
B AJFLOrA-TSSl S-
GEXTLEMAN LEAYING TIIK COLONY
MA-
which
A  will   sell   a   handsome   SEWIN
CHINE in Mabopiny case, never used
cost $125, for $00, CASH.
— ALSO—
One $100 share in the Sf ring  Ridge Water
Works Co., very cheap.
Apply at thc
EVENING TELEGRAPH OFFICE.
iiii21 lw
^W-A-HNTTIBID
THREE BOARDERS  AT $8 PER WEEK.
The hest the market can afford placed
oa the tabic    Apply at the
BEE HIVE   HOTEL,
jy 30 Fort street.
HAYANACI6ABSL
LEWIK &  ANTHONY,
TOBACCONISTS.
47 Tates St., Brick Store
Next to Corner of Government St.,
rllXl TO INFORM THEIR FlllKKDS AND
) tne public in general that tbey will con-
Bluntly receive by every Bteamcr a good ae-
sortraentol dienulne Havana < Iviiih
nnd the ItcNt IlranilN or Tobacco,
Imported direct for this market, so that they
nre able to •.■omnete with any hruse ou this
Island, either Wholesale or Retail.
N.  11— Special  attention will bo paid  to
Oountrv orders.
11 El MAN  LEWIN.     |     LOUIS ANTHONY.
an 2
A. & ¥. WILSON,
House and Ship Plumbers
CASFITTERS,
B£LLH&NGERS & TINSMITHS
FORT   STREET.
All <>! tiers promptly attended lo
uu 2
REMOVAL!
rpi
HE   BIGHT,   TITLE,   AND   INTEREST
in Land known as   It VIII.   S 20, Quam-
ichan  Dlltrio |   and  R  VIII,  S   1, Somenos
District, In all about 100 acres, situate in the
Cowichan Settlement.
For particulars apply to
JOHN GLASSEY,
Bastion street,
au fl-lm Opposite Sheriffs Office.
LEATHER,   HARNESS,
AND
Trunk Manufactory.
WM. DALBY & CO.
WE TAKE THE PBBSRNT OPPORTUN-
ity to thank our miiucioim nuRtoiners for
the liberal paironage besiowed upon un, and
lo Inform them and the public in general that
wo are now carrying on, in coinection with
our LEATHER STOUE, ihe manufacture of
HARNESS ol all descriptions, also TRUNKS
snd VALISES. Wo havo constantly on hand
a large assortment of ISLAND TANNED KIP,
C.U.F, HARNESS, Stll.K, WELT, STRING
and GRAIN I.EATHEK; also a general assortment Of SlIOEMAKKH's FINDINGS.
Parlies requiring anything in our liue
should give us a (rial, as wo will supply them
cheaper than any house north of San Francisco.  -
BELTING   MADK  TO   ORDER.
Terms   C'a.tsli.
Wm.   Dalby   &,  Oo.,
Yales street, Victoria, V. I.
August 2 th, 1866. au 20
Wanted   Immediately
WENTY    COAL    MINERS     FOR    BEL-
LINGIIAM  BAY.    Wages $1 per day.
Men with families preferred.
Apply to ALLEN FRANCIS,
au 10-1 w I'. Bt Consul.
'I
3STOTIOE.
THE OWNERS OF T<YO HORSES THAT
have strayed into thc premises of the
undersigned can have the same by calling and
paying expense's. One horse is a roau, witb
a scar on the left side ot the head ; and thc
other is a dark pony, with long tail and three
of its feet white.
THOMAS CARTER,
au 20-lw Hillside Farm.
Sea Baths!
25 cents.
Sea Baths'!
25 cents,
BEGS LEAVE TO
m tho public that ho has established
a first-class
TIIE  UNDERSIGNED
infort
Salt-Water    Bath-House,
Moored just above Douglas Foundry.
N. B.—Bathers taken to the Bath-house free
of charge, hy boats from the foot of Johnson
street.
B£g~ Between thc hours of 1 and 4 p.m. tho
Bath-house will be open for ladies only.
au IS JOHN   REID.
NOTICE
—OF—
CO-PARTNERSHIP.
B1INSTER
HAS THIS DAY
ENTERED INTO
Partnership
WITH ALL LOVERS OP
GOOD    ALE!
au 17-lm
The Business of
THOMAS WILSON k €0,
lte-commenced    on
MONDAY,    JUNE
In their New and Coinn
MASOITIG
GOVERNMENT
19th
imodious Store in
STREET,
(Opposite tho Bunk of British Columbia,)
WITH   THEIR   USUAL
WELL-ASSORTED
INCLUDING
STOCK
Goods received by last steamer,and ooinpri&ini^ Silks, Shawls, Printed
Cambrics and Dress Materials of every description;   Long
Cloths, Sheetings anii Quilts;   Velvets, Tweeds,
Laco Curtains, Damasks, Ueps, Chintzes,
Gents', Ladies' ami Children's
Hosiery and Gloves;
rriininiii'''s, &c. au 3
JSTOTIOE,
MARTIN    BROS.,
IMPORTERS OF
Groceries and Provisions,
FIREPROOF BUILDING,
LATELY OCCUPIED BY L'HOTELIER 4 Co,
WHAEF       STREET.
an 6
TXTOTICE.
Hard Bread! Hard Bread!
STORE ST. CRACKER BAKERY.
Best Quality of Pilot Bread at 6 l-2c
per lb., or $5 per box delivered.
Navy at 5c per lb., or $4 psr box do.
Butter at 9c per lb-
Soda at 9c per lb.
Wm.   Moncks,
»u 8 I'rojiri':tor.
LONDON    HOUSE,
May oOth, 1866.
Our Importations for the present season are now
complete by arrivals per EXPRESS this morning,
and the extensive shipments now landing from tho
EASTERN CHIEF
Onr DRESS, MANTLE, SILK, SHAWL, MILLINERY, LACE, HOSIERY, 91UPERY, 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,
J. P. Tunstall Oo.
VICTORIA V. I.,
J. H.Turner & Co. I
A Puna East Jut'}man.
["Ethan Spike" coutributes to tba
Portlaud Transcript a sketch of his experience as a jurjmau. Ihe first cases
ho was called upon to try were capital
oaes—the criminals were a Geroiau and
a ' nipper' respectively.
' Ilev yon formed any opinion for or
ugiu the prisoner* ?' said the judge.
'Not particular agiu tho jarmin,' says
I, ' but 1 hata niggers as a general principle, aud shall go for hanging this old
white woolcd cusr., whether he killed Mr.
Cooper or not,' says I.
' Do yoo know the naturo of ao oath?'
tbe cleik axed me.
' I orter' says 1, ' I've used enough of
'em. I begau to swear when I was only
•bout—'
'That'll do,' says the dark.    ' You kin
go hum,'says he,  ' jua won't be wanted
in this ere case,' snys the dark, says he.
'What!'   says I,   "ami 1 to  try this
Bigger at ull V
' No' says the dark.
'Hut I'm a jowrymnn,' says I, 'and
you can't hang '.he nigger onless 1 t;ot on
Liui, says 1.
'Pass'on,' says the claik, speaking
rather cross.
' llut,'says I, 'you mister, you don't
mean as you say ; I'm a regular juryman,
you know. Drawed eout of tho box by
tho Melfck man,' says I. ' I've oilers hud
a hankering to hung a ni';<ger, ami now,
wheu a merciful dispensatoiy seems to
have provided one for rue, you suy 1
shan't »it on him! Ar tlii.s your free institutions ? Is this the nineteenth cenlry?
And is this our boasted—'
Here somebody hollered ' Silence in
Court.'
'Tbo Court bo d—!' I didn't fi.iish
the remark fore a couple of coiibtab.'cs
hud hold of me, und in the twinkling of a
bed post I was hustled down stairs iulo
the street.
' Naow, Mr. Editor, let me ask, what
nre wo comiu' to, when jewrymeu—legal,
lawful, jcwiymen, kin be tossed about iu
• this way? Talk about cuncers, Mormons,
spiritualism, free love and panics—what
are tliey in comparison ? Here's a priu-
. ciplc npsot. As an individual, perhaps,
I'm of no great account ; tnu't fur me to
say; but when us an enlightened jewry-
man I was Ink nud carried down stairs
by profano hands just for asserting my
.right to sit ou a nigger—wy it seems to
me the pillows of society were shook; that
in my sacred person Ihe hull stutc itself
was, figgerutively speukiu', kicked down
stairs I If tliar's law in tbe hind I'll
have this case brought under a writ
.of habcus corpus or loksey bicksct.'
'Grammatical   «{ii<ii<>s.
What are the regular parts of speech ?
The tongue, palate, and lips.
To what branch of grnmmar do Excise
duties ou intoxicating liquors belong 1—
.Sin-tax.
What is a Love Lei ter ?—An iudefiuite
■article.
A Creditor's Letter 1—A definite
article. i -
Marriago 1—A conjunction uniting two
passive verbs with active significations, iu
the optative mood.
Divorce ?—A disjunctive conjunction.
A Fool?—Imperfect tense, passive.
A Wise Man—Perfect tense, active.
A hard Taskmaster ? — Imperative
mood.
A prodigal ?—Dolivo case.
A lioy inloi niing against his Companion?
—Accusative case.
The Compahiou whipped ?—Vocative
MM.
The Master whipping ?—An active
verb, governing both the uccusative and
Toealivc.
A Crediior?—Present tense active.
A Dcbioi?—Put ire tense passive.
A rejected Lover ?—A declension with
out the dative,
Au accepted I.over ?—A conjugation
with the participles.
A Policeman separating two in a fight f
—Aii interjection displacing a conjunction?
' A Bachelor ?—A personal pronoun
without tho plural.
Why is a bridegroom worth more than
a bride ? Hccause she is given away and
he is bold.
New Advertisements.
ALICE   BROWN'S
FANCY   TWIST
SMOKING TOBACCO
JXJ8T UCBIVKD AT
A..   F.   KEYHEH'H,
Together wilh some fine
HAVANA CIGARS DIUECT.
Alio on hand
Wine 8ap, Peach, Apricot, Mary's Own,
Light Pressed, Natural Leaf, Buffalo
Tongue, and Atlantic Cable
Tobicco.
JUST RECEIVED  1'EIl BAIIK  RIVAL
A Fine Assortment of
Meerschaum   Pipes.
New   Advertisements.
Call anil examine.
an 5-lm
WILLIAM   LYONS,
SHIPPING-
— A.VD—
Commission     Agent,
On the Corner of
Wharf and Johnson Streets.
au 3-2m
The "Grotto,"
OPPOSITE THB TELEGHAPII OFFICE.
For n glass  of choice liquor go  to tho
" Grotio,"
T.'ierc " none but ihe best '' yon  will
find is the motto.
Mint Julep?, Sherry Cobblers—everything
c.loliug ;
Come ye thut do thirst, you will find its
no 1 ••loling.
mi2
Alhambra
BILLIARD SALOON.
fOmi.lt GOVEItVnE'T 4S» WTES SH.
Entrance on Yatss Street.
aa 3-1 IB
TDHGE IPIOINriL'SIER
ICE CEEAM,
—FROM THE-
PACIFIC TELEGRAPH HOTEL,
IS AGA1X IN THE FIELD.
'PHE PROPRIETOR IS PREPARED TO
X supply, as usual, his customers, parties,
bulls, etc., ut moderate rates.
PACIFIC TELEGRAPH HOTEL,
au 3 Store street.
A Nkw aud Ghaxd Epoch m Mnoicmal—
Pr. Maggiel is ihe foundi. ol a new Medical
system. The qunntitariaiiH, wliosc vast internal doses enfeeble tho stomach and paralyze
the bowels, must pii'o precedence- to thc man
who restores health and nppetiie, with from
one to two of his extraordinary Pills, and
cures the most virulent gores with a box or so
ol his wonderful aud all healing Salvo. These
two great specifics of the Doctors are fast superseding all thc stereoiyped nostrums of the
day. Extraordinary cures by Maggiel's Pills
nnd Salve have opened the eyes of the public
to the inefficiency of the (so called) remedies
of others, and upon which people have so long
blindly depended. Maggiel's Pills nre no ol
the claps that are Bwallowed hy the do7.en, and
of which every box full taken creates an absolute necessity for another. One or two of
Maggiel's Pills suffices to place thc howols in
perfect order, tone the stomach, create an appetite, and render the spirits light and buoyant I There is no griping, and no reaction in
the form of couslipntion. If the liver is affected, ils functions arc restored; audit the
oervons system is feeble, it is invigorated.
This last quality makes the medicines very
desirable lor the warns of delicate females.
Ulcerous and eruptive diseases are literally
extinguished by tr.e disinfectant power of
M;iggiel'> Salve. In fact, it is Iiere announced
that Magglel'M Itillniig, Dyspeptic
and IMillillill I'ills cure where all
others Ian. While for Bums, Scalds, Chil
Mains, Cuts nnd all aWTOons of the skin
Mattel's Salve is infallible. Sold by
J. Maqoiil, 11 Pine "tree', New York, and all
Druggists, at 25 cts. per box.
TOBACCO PLANT
ARRIVAL OF ANOTHER CARGO FROM
Virginia & Cuba,
VIA   ASIMKWAI.I.,
or the Most Celebrated iiramii of
TOBACCO   &   SEGARS
BVBB IMPORTED
Samples can  be   had at  the » AIIELPII1,"
corner Vales and Government streets.
Arrival of a few more Plants
by the "California."
S&* OQiec of C. F. Green's Victoria
and Bfqalm&U SiptSM.
F. C.UIPDG1X,
mi 1 ADKLPHI SEGAR STORK.
Wanted to Borrow
SSOO     DOLLAES
ON FIRST-CLASS REAL ESTATE SE-
curity producing $60 per month. The
money would bo taken lor ono year at 1} per
cent, per month.
For particulars apply to
A. F. MAIN,
an 2 Government street.
IF.    O'lD^VYZEIR,
IMPORTER    AND   WHOLESALE
DEALER IX
Oregon and California Flour,
Middlings, Bran, Grain, Butter,
Lard, Provisions, etc,, etc,
UNION HOTEL,
Corner Bastion and langley sts-
Miscellaneous.
Families and the Trade supplied on the
most reasonable terras.
No. 40 Government street,
NEAR CORNER OF FORT.
ti -n
The roorontfOB txramoTMiLX in'
forms Ihe public,  thai   the abora   M I
Until   is   new   open    for   the   rrctption   of
Hoarders.
Terms :
Board and Lodf?inq; per week $10 00
Board without lodging o,UU
The Hotel
Is located in Ihe mult central part of the city,
bring in lbe immediate vicinity of the principal lluiiuess llousci, the Theatre and other
places of amusement in ths city.
Tbe Table
Will be supplied with all the delicacies that
oar markets afford.
An early application is necessary as only a
limit"d number of boarders will be taker, it
being the inlention of the Proprietor to do all
in his power to promote the comfort of those
who mny favor him with their patronage.
REFERENCE   REQUIRLD-
T. II. Kc CANN, Proprietor.
Victoria, V. I., July 80th, 1S66.        jy 30
Miscellaneous.
A   Triumph    oi    Science
—AND—
THE  LIGHT   OF   THE   WOULD
DR. MAGGIEL'S
PILLS   & SALVE.
Tliese Lfe-Klviift rnincdien fir* now, fir   the   fir t
time, (Tvi"i pui»l ciy to Hi ■ w <v <i.   For over aquaitar
i f u itntury ul pri.ati-practicu thciiigrcdiutis in (b«lO
Life-Giving Pills
li-ir
Hit" be^n used with the preitoBt biiccrds. Tl
mfKthn ii n tony to i revent ■ isi hs ■, but to n..D
Tht'y weTch o'i (fin varum* mihdlfia hy ahich tho
patient i>i laffulnf, arid re-invigorate*) t1 tt allinx
syNlem. T • thu irred and infirm a lew iluaos of IhuKU
valuable TILLS will j rt've tu he
A YtRY FOUNTAIN OF YOUTH,
F'T in every ca«e fiey ndd new life and vitality, and
leHtire the w inliffmto/ifle* to their i rUtine aute. Ti
ihojontiffnnl mi dljiK«d tln-y will pi-nvc most in
Vftlu lie, a» a rut y, aponflle and eterini? medicine,
i ere It a dream realized, tiiat Pdnce«de*Leoa sought
fur three hundred yearn ago. and never f nml. He
look* d lor it f u nt at n ili.ti. would rt-bluru the old to
'. tgur uud make y outh ever
An Eternal Spring* I
It wan left fur this dny and honr tn realize thn drenm,
alid vhuw in oneglonuns feet the magic thai u.ade
it fair.
TUKSE  FAMOUS  REMEDIES
Cannot utiv th- flight of yearn, hut they can forre back,
am'hold nloui, diseam-a'hat nil tit tri tuph over the
ag 'd and the y011114. ''"' ii"iut he^ititu tlien, hut
Bfl/.u thu lavnrahle ufpultuuity that olfurn. When lakuii
aa prescribed—
For Billious Disorders
NoHifnc ran \<Q mor« productlee of cure than thesn
1'ilN.—1'ln-ir alnKMl m.igic inllnenee in felt at o bi ;
and tho iiMiiil emu;.initaiili of thii nn ti dtitreHinii
dllMH IM removed, 'i'lu^e l-emtdifn nru madu irom
ihe funic
VEGETADLE COMPOUNDS.
Th^y will not harm the most delicate female, and
ea 1 be ui ■ n with tt^ud t-ifdct iu prescribed d«.,i;.-- i-p
the youngem babe.
For Cutaneous Disorders
An* *U .th 11 nun!' Hi" '-tiiv, 1 If s.M.VK'ii mod in-
valuald*. It ii'ii-i n t li. .-I t-xtHinally alone, but pew--
tra'ei «iih Uid mo^t nt arching eifccnto thu very mot
of Jim evil.
DR. MAGGIEL'S PILLS
Iuvariably cure tho following Diseases :
Asthma,
Wowel Complaints, .
Coughs,
Cold a,
Chest Dheaaea,
CoativeneM,
Djtpepsia,'1
JJiarrhea,
Dropsy,
Dlhilitr,
Fever and Ajji rt.
Female nomptaintfi,
Ueatlache,
indication,
luiliM'i za,
Inflamnt <tion,
Inward WtaknonH,
Xji"er Cumplaint,
Lowi.e^ of Spirits,
Ringworm,
Kheutnatmm,
talt hhcurn,
Scaldx,
Skin DineaseH.
j9S" NOTICB.—Vonegenrino without the engraved
trade-mark iround 0«eh P»t or box, signed hy PH. J.
HAGGlbL, 43 Fnlion Itreetj New u>rk, to counterfeit
which 11 h'K.uy.
g&- .Sold by nil respoctnhle DtialcTB in Medirines
throuiL-h'Ut the United Statea and Canada—at 2i> oeutf
per box or poti
A. C. Langley & Co.,
Agents for Vancouver Island and British
Columbia,
ti*
WILSON   &   MURRAY,
GEOCEES,
Provision, Wiuo <t 8i>iril Uerclianu,
BAKER* & cokfectio::er3,
IOUT ST., VH'TI'UIA, V. I.
SHIPPING    PUPPLIBD.
	
Chains and Anchors.
TWENTY  TONS  CHAIN
Short Linked and proved from J to J
AND
ANCHOES,
From 20 to S00 pounds.
For .Sale by
PETEB M'QUADB,
jy '2?, Wbarf Itrevt, Victoria.
Miscellaneous.
L.    BETTMAN,
BALKfi IN TielY GOODS, GROCnRIKS,
HOOTS A.NU tiHOEd, &., kc, ke.
null Olympia, W. T.
I)
PRIVATE   BOARD.
Board   -with  Comfortably
Furnished Bed-room,
Six Dollars per Week.
YATES   ST.,
Next  Door  to  the   Anglo-
American.       jy-J5
CHARLES    BERNARD,
Manufacturer and Dealer in
And Spices of nil Kinds,
No, 707, Sansome street, corner Gold,
Between Jncksmn ami Pacific
First Premium awarded by the Mechanics* Institute, for the best Coffee and Spices.
Thc proprietor hitvinff introduced Steam
Power in his Manufactory, ha now increased
facilities to supply the trade nnd the public in
Kent-nil. All articles from his Establishment
are guaranteed to he pure and unadulterated.
Tlie public are respectfully invited to call and
convince themselves Country orderspromplly
attended to. au 2
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.^p il, 18(i4, to Decemhc!, 186ft, inelu.ive. end the
Limilon Quarterly lor tho yenr 1 Ht 6, ut the rate of $1 .00
a year for each or any   ovi-w.
A3* A few copies yetnmiin nf all Utefvur Reviews
for 1803 at $4 a .set, nr $1 £0 for any one.
M:0\AKU   SCOTT   tie   coM
Publishers, 38   Walker Street, If.  Y.
h. S. &Co., alto publish the
:f-A.h:m:f:r'S o-xjids
Ry IIkmiv S'tki'iibxs, nf Edinburgh, and tlie la»e J. P.
Nuiton, .i Tale ■ "lif','", Sttile. IloyalOotovo, ltioo
padres, end uuineious   Kugraviu^s'
Fiiee $7 for  thc  two vuluaio:—by Mail, post  paid,
i8 00. fya
Jesse  Cowper,
Wbolcnalt ami Detail Dealer in
SOTS fi^iD SHOES,
LEATHER,
—AXD—
SHOE    FINDINGS,
YATES    STREET,
OPPOSITE WBLL8, f'ARGO & Co
At tlie olil aland of Webster k Co., it
prepared to Hupply the wants of tbe
public in his line.
The Latest Stvles
Received liy every urrivul from Englatd
anil Sun Knuieiseo. au 'i
Mrs.   Hein
KEEPS   CONSTANTLY ON HAND THK
Idlest 'usiiions in
—Al —
Prices to  Suit the Times,
GOVERNMENT     STIlEBr
liplwfn Port nml llrovighton. »bS
'1JIK   O.NK  TUIXU   WAKTEU.
nOLLOWATf'S PILLS.
Tlie Itlood.
These fjimous pills nre bo composed Ibn
they operate wliolcsomely on the stomach, tho
liver, thu bowtll,ftnd other orpanflj bj correct-
\htr any iiciHiiffeinenn in their funetiomp
wbenby it sternly Itipply of pure materials tor
the renewal of ihe lilood ia lurnisbed, and a
constant ubsiroctiou ui elfete prodncta is ef*
ic ii.'d. Thii perfect circulation thus brcomei
the very fo'iwtuin ot health and life, and overcomes ail form of disease whererer its situation.
<.eii(E-al OlNordcrR of (lie IJv*i
:bimI  Moiiinclie
All who ever Indulge a* tabic, either in eat*
n^ or ih inkin;/, should take about ten of thss-
famnus pills at bed time, from which will ree
suit, a clear head and good stomach the fcllow-
inp morning, Thousands of Ladies are always complaining of sick bcadnchee, want o
appetite, want of energy, and want of strnogtb,
to correct all these evils, three or fourot these
Pilla should he taken twice a week, when tbey
would give the invalid .he health anil appettU
of a ploughman.
IVmalvs of all Aprcs andCIassoa
Obstruction^ ol any kind, either in young
or those between forty and fifty—tho moet eflt-
iciil period of life—may he radieally rerooVM)
hy usinp these Pills according to ihe printed
directions whieh accompany each box. Younj
persons with sirhly and sallow complexioni
may have thc bloom of health restored by tbi?
corrective, wLicn purifies tbe blood and expels ali gross and impure humors from I he system. Beware then of tho critical nge Iron
forty to filty, as it sends many thousands to
premature grave,—these Pills should be takei
n thut period ot lite two or three times »
\ eek
Want of Strength and (Energy
Persons of sedentary habits, or those trou-
bled in mind, working in Knctories or Coal
Pits, ffho emmot obtain that amount oi fresl
air and exercise Which nature requires, sufle!
from weakness and delilitj*, lowtfess of spiri:i
and want of appetite. All such should take»
iose or two ot these Pills every three or fout
days, ns they act gently and ctlectnally on tbt
system and Impart vigor and energy to tht
body, which is always followed by- a good
appetite, sound nnd refreshing sleep, and >
high flow of spirits.
Tor the < mc of Dropsy.
The offlcncy of Holloway's Pills In Dropsy
is extraordinary. They act with such n peon
liar ell'act upon the system, thnt tha fluid!
causing tbi J direful complaint, are poreeptibl
carried olF and prevented from any furthil
accumuhttion. The suflcrer regains a buoy
ancy of spirits and rejoices in a completely
renovated constitution. It is indispeusably
ueoessury thtit the Ointment should be moil
effectually rubbed into the complaining parts
during tho whole course of treatment.
Children and their Aliment*
In no country in the world are more childres
carried lo an early grave than in Great Britain
Dooghfl, Measles, Scarlatina, Fevers, and othtr
jiseases attack Iho little sufferers, apd death,
but too often, follows at a rapid pace ; yet if
at tlie first stage ot these complaints, parent*
were to have recourse to Holloway'a Pills, all
danger would be a\aided, for tbe stomeeb
und bowels would oe gently bnt effectually
cleansed hv this mikt aperient; the depraveil
numors corrected ana tne secretions duly regfl*
lated. A perfect cure would *.oon toe effected, and the IHtle patient restored to soub'
health.
Holloway' Pi. t sre the best known remedy in tkt|
world M the following diseases J
Sold at. the I si ■hiir-hin.'ni of I'ri>leB«or Holloway, *H*\
.-=(raiul, (nt'rtr Tfiiinle Bar,) L ndon ; aU« by all reipM* I
;i'-i'' I'm. ",'\-'.i imi'I l»c;ili'ir. in Mc i.'incit i liron^rhout tk»l
civilizeil world, nt the (allowing prices—li. 1^., & 9*\tf
in. CO. ,11s., -J.-.. amlS3H. enrh box.
Aaue Female Irrcguhr-Scrofu'aorKiof*|
hie:
AKthmn
Uilliou.". Coraplnhit*
Pita
nlntrbea   oi>   thc iiout
Hkin Bead ,\eho
Bnw-i'l cotnpl.tints   liiilij-'eHtio*
tallies iiiilluinination
Constipation oftbc J.ttmdi
Pever qf all kind* SurB Throats
Stone and Gr*T»|
Secondary Sj8>Pl
tnma
Tio-Do!oreuz
Tumors
Ulcers
'„
Liver Complaints
Lumbago
flea
Minima Hum
'UuicntioD ef Urine
Bowla
Oanatfmi tion
DebiHt.i
Dropsy
(l>pi'iilrv
Er\aijiela8
V   Tltero
:r;cr slzna.
fflreetlntjN far tlio guidrnee of patieuta In every dl3*
dpr ii-" "iiixcl to mob box
Evil
Venereal     tfl* I
tiona
Worms    o f
kinds
Wuakiien    f**l
whatever en**
onsiderablo  saviug by taking **^
Puintko and Published by McCldbb A C(>..*|
the office, Langley Street. A Domu i:ait  Jurjuiun.
["Elian Spike" coutributes to the
Portland Trameript ft sketch of his experience us a juryman. Ihe Bnt <'»scs
hu wns culled upon to try wero capital
ones—the crimiuuls were u Uermau und
a ' nipper' respectively.
1 Hev you formed any opinion for or
agin (he prii-onert V said the judge.
'Hot particular apin the juniiin,' says
I, ' but 1 Imt« niggers as a general principle, aud shall go for hanging (his old
white woolcd cuss, whether he killed Mr.
Cooper or not,' says I.
1 l)o you know the nature of au oath?'
tbo clerk axed me.
' I urltr' says I, ' I've used enough of
'em. I begau to swear wheu 1 was only
•boat—'
'That'll do,' says the dark. ' You kin
go hum,'says he, 'you won't be wanted
in this ere case,' snys tbe dark, »uys he.
'Whul!' says 1, "81111 1 to try this
Bigger at allr
' No' says thc elurk.
'lint I'm a jewrymnn,' says I, ' and
you can't hung '.he nigger onlesi 1 sot on
bim,' says 1.
' Pate on,' suys tho claik, speaking
rather cross.
' Hut,' says I, 'you mi.ster, you don't
mean as you say ; I'm a regular juryman,
you know. Drawed eoot of tho box by
tho Melick man,' says I. ' I've olh-ishad
a bunkering to bug a ni,'<ger, ond now,
when a merciful dispensatory stems to
have provided one for ine, you say 1
shan't »it 00 bim! Ar this your free institutions ? is this the nineteenth ccniry?
And i.s this onr boused—'
Here somebody hollered 'Sileuco iu
Court.'
'Tbo Court bo d—!' I didn't fi.'isli
tbo remark fore a couplo of coiistab.'cs
hud hold of me, and in the twinkling of fl
bed post 1 wus hustled down stairs into
the street.
' .Naow, Mr. Editor, let  mo ask, whut
.-nre wo coniiu' to, when jewrymen—legal,
lawful, jewrymen, kin be tcssed about iu
:tbis wu}?   Talk uhout cancers, Mormons,
spiritualism, free love and panics—whut
are they in comparison ?    Here's  a principle uptot.    As an Individual, psruapi,
I'm of no great account ;   tnu't fur me to
nay;   but when  us au enlightened jewry-
inuti I was tuk nnd  curried  down stairs
by profano  bunds just for asserting my
.right to sit ou a nigger—wy it seems to
me the pillows of society were shook; that
,in my sacred person the hull  state itself
was, figgerativcly  ipeakln', kicked  down
stairs I     If thar's law in  tbe hind  I'll
havo  this case   brought  under   a   writ
•ot babeus corpus or icksey bickset.'
(.1:1 in mat let I   ({ucricN.
"What are the regular parts of speech ?
Tbe tongue, palate, and lips.
To what branch of grammar do Excise
duties ou intoxicating liquors belong ?—
.Sin-tax.
What is a Love Loiter ?—An indefinite
■article.
A Creditor's Letter ?—A defiuito
article. i
Marriage ?—A conjunction uniting two
passive verbs with active significations, iu
the optative mood.
Divorce ?—A disjunctive conjunction.
A Fool ?—Imperfect lenie, passive.
A Wise Man—Perfect leuso, active.
A hard Taskmaster ? — Imperative
mood.
A prodigal ?—Pulivo enso.
A Hoy inhuming against his Companion?
—Accusative case.
Tlie Compahiou whipped ?—Vocative
coso.
Thc Master whipping ?—An active
verb, governing both the accusative and
Toealive.
A Creditor?—Present tense active.
A Debtor?—Future tense passive.
A rejected Lover ?—A declension with
out thu dativo,
Au accepted J.over ?—A conjugation
with the partieiplos.
A Policeman separating two in n fight ?
—An interject ion displacing a conjunction?
' A Hachelor ?— A. personal pronoun
without the plural.
Why Is n bridegroom worth more than
a bride ? Because she is given away and
he is bold.
New Advertisements.
ALICE   BROWN'S
FANCY   TWIST
SMOKING TOBACCO
Jl'ST UCJUTgD AT
A-.   W.   KEYHEH'S,
Together wilb aome line
Havana cigabi SIBBOI,
A\so on hand
Wine 8ap, Peach, Apricot, Mary's Own,
Light Pressed, Natural Leaf, Buffalo
Tongue, and Atlantic Cable
Tob-icco-
JUST RECEIVED  I'EK IIAIIK RIVAL
A Fine Assortment of
Meerschaum   Pipes.
Call and examine.
an 5-lm
New   Advertisements.
WILLIAM   LYONS,
SKcii'P'izsro
— AND—
Commission      Agent,
On tho Corner of
Wharf and Johnson Streets.
au :i-2m
The "Grotto,"
OPPOSITE THE TELEGRAPH OFFICE.
For a  glass of choice liquor go  to tlio
" (J roll o,"
There "none but hie best'' yon   will
find is the motto.
Mint Julep?, Sherry Cobblers—everything
c.wling ;
Come ye thut do thirst, you will find its
no fooling.
anl
Alhambra
BILLIARD SALOON.
comer MfHMU&VI aid una srs.
I7P-staj:rs.
Entrance on Yatss
Street.
.'in .'!-]m
THE PIONBER
ICE CllEAM,
—FROM THE-
PACIFIC TELEGRAPH HOTEL,
IS ACAIX IX TIIK FIELD.
MIE   PROPBIBTOR  IS   PREPARED  TO
lupply, as URiiul, his customers, parties,
halls, etc., ut moderate rates.
PACIFIC TELEGRAPH HOTEL,
au II Stoic street.
T
ARRIVAL OF ANOTHER CARGO FROM
Virginia & Cuba,
VIA   ASl'INWAI.r.,
Of IheHost   t'rlrbrali'tl llramli of
TOBACCO   &   SEGARS
EVER IMPORTED
Sample! can bo  had  at  tho »« AIIM.I'Hy<
corner Vales and Govcnimcni streets.
Arrival of a fewmore Plants
by the " California."
J©» Office of C. F. Green's Victoria
and IC.-ijiiiiuall Kxpreas.
p. cuipbeix,
an 2 ADEI.PHI SUGAR STORE.
UNION HOTEL,
Corner Bastion and langley sts.
THE PROPRIETOR KKSI'KCTFT'l.l.Y IV
forms the public,  that   the above   Ml I
Hotel   ia   now   upta    for   tlie   reception   of
Hoarders.
Miscellaneous.
A Nkw aud Ghakd Epoch is Mkmcine!—
Or. Maggiel is ihe foiindc. ot a new Medical
system. The quantitariautt, wIkim- vnst internal doses eufeeblo the stomach and paralyse
the bowels, must Rieo precedence u> the man
who restores health and appetite, with from
one to two of his cttraordinary fills, and
cores tho most virulent sores wilh a hox or so
of his wondcrlul and all healing Salvo. These
two great specifics of the Doctors arc fast superseding all the stereotyped im-orit.iig of the
day. Extraordinary cures by Magptcl's Pills
and Salve have opened the eyes of the public
to the inefficiency of Ihe (so called) remedies
of others, and upon which people have so long
blinJIy depended. Maggiel'* Pills are no ol
the class that are swallowed hy thc dor.cn, and
of which every box full taken creates an absolute necessity for another. One or two nf
Maggiel's Pills suffices to place the bowels in
perfect order, tone the stomach, create an appetite, nnd render the spirits light and buoyant I There is no griping, nnd no reaction in
the form nf constipation. If the liver is affected, its functions are restored ; and il the
nervous system is feeble, it is invigorated.
This last quality mitkes the medicines very
desirable lor tho wants of delicate females.
Ulcerous and eruptive diseases are literally
extinguished by tne disinfectant power of
Maggiel's Salve. In fact, it is liere announced
that IffagKlel'S itilloiis. Dyspeptic
anil Uiiin hen I'ills cure where all
others tail. Wliile fur Burns, Scalds, Chil
blain?, Cuts nnd all nbrnsions of the skin
Maggiel's Salve is infallible. Sold by
J. Maooisl, 11 Pine »tree', Ne* York, and all
Druggists, at 25 cts. per hex.
Terms:
Board and Lod^in? per week
Board without Lodging
The Hotel
$10 00
8,00
Is located in the must central nan of the ciiy,
btllig in Ihe immediate vicinity ol the principal Builuell Houses, the Theatre and olher
places of amusement in ths city.
The Table
Will be inpplied with all thc delicacies that
our markets afford.
Au tatlj applirnlion is necessary as only a
limited number ot boarders will be taker, it
being the intention of tbe Proprietor to do all
iu his power to promoto the comlort of those
who mny fuvor bim with their patronage.
REFERENCE  REQUIRED.
T. H. Mo OAX.V, Proprietor.
Victoria, V. I., July 80tb. lWi6.        jy 30
Wanted to Borrow
S500    DOLLABS
ON FIRST-GLASS REAL ESTATE SE-
curity producing $60 per month. The
money would bo laken lor one year nt lj per
cent, per month.
For particulars apply to
A. F. MAIN,
au 2 Government street.
IMPORTER    AND    WHOLESALE
DEALER IN
Oregon and California Flour,
Middlings, Bran. Grain, Butter,
Lard, Provisions, etc,, etc.
Miscellaneous.
A   Triumph    oi    Science
tuk Liairr of the  would
DR. MAGGIEL'S
PILLS   & SALVE.
WILSON   &   MURRAY,
GI'-OOERS,
Provision, Wiuo A Sfiril Merchant*
BAKERS  & MECTKKIRS,
I OUT ST., VM'TullU, V. I.
SiriPPINO    SUPPLIED.
H'l   I
Chains and Anchors.
TWENTY  TONS CHAIN
Short Lin-toil and proved from | to \
AND
ANCHORS,
From aO to S00 pounds.
For Sale liy
PETBB M'QUADB,
jy 113 Wharf street, Victoria.
Fniniliis and the Trade supplied on tbe
most reasonable terms.
No. 40 Government street,
NEAR CORNER OP FORT.
jy 29
These Ii'fo-irU'iii(j ri'inodii'B nre now, for tlio flr t
ilttif, jf vi"i |inl)l cly to Hi • w r A, Kor over ft quit Mr
f ii. tntury ol (irKKti-pructicutlif injieiUtHiB in ihvss
Life-Giving Pills
Hit" bocn used with the greatest tnncttn. Their
mi itt hit ii n t on y to i reveut nlsttse. but to cure
Tliey ee-'rch OU' (In varies imWdlsi by tthich tint
pntfunt in tntferlnit, and re-invltforateN tlr» ftfllttl
sjHlcm, T ■ lh«' ii:;«r| ami infirm a lew down of UMBO
valuuiflc I'll.! s will | rove to be
A VERY FOUNTAIN OF YOUTH,
K«rin every case  tSey n<M new life arnl  vitality, ami
imlnro tlie w*nlig»no/tfI«i io tbeir i rlitiaa iut(t< T>
tba ><iiinfTiinl miidh >-gfd they will pravo m'i«t in
vwlii lie, a* a rui y, ipealflc and »tt-r Inif medlelno,
(■trail • droitm rulfivd, tbat Ponoa*dB*Leon bouhIi'
for thr te hundred yt-arn ngi». and never f nnd. He
looktd for a i iinlftiii tbat. would i i.ime the oid t<>
\igur uud make; on th ever
An Eternal Spring-1
It wn» left for Hits dny and boor tn realize thn drenm,
alid . h"U in one glorious fwct ihu innate that mnir
il Pair.
TUKSE FAMOUS  REMEDIES
C'iiiinol »tiv th- flight of yearn, hut they can force back,
an-' hold ■! ■■ ■. di .-.!-. i< h,ii mi l,t tri myth over Hie
Ag d nnd the young, l.'-i ii'-ne lioxitato tlitn, but
di-lzu tlm favorable oi'poi-tuuity that oBtrt. When taken
na jtrorfcribid—
¥or Billious Disorders
No thin? ran bo moro pmdnctiee of cure than these
l'illH.—riu-ir almoat magle luAuenoe in felt at o <• :
mid the ii-iiiii lii.iic uii'aiiiH of tlih n>< st dietreullifl
diet'UHL' am removed. T!n:.-u reintdiita are made irom
the i'i.re»t
YEGETADLE COMPOUNDS.
They will not harm thc moal delicate female, nnd
ca i bti ui fO With H'loii eflvol iu prtMcriUed desert tu
the younKONt babe.
For Cutaneous Disorders
And all eruttinuaof the nkln, >ho lALYIjJi mo>l in-
v»lu«i l«*. It doet n l i*• nl *-xiei nally aliine, bul pone*
ICWtl with tins UOIt fctarchiuj edtcia to the vorj ruoi
Of ihu .Mi .
DR. MAGGIEL'S PILLS
Invariably cure tho following Diseases :
Asthma,
lluvte] Complaint*,
Oouihi,
Cold it,
Chest Di.'-easea,
OOltfvtoUM,
JJiarrhea,
Dropsy,
Debility,
Fever and t\gx A,
Female Complaint*,
headache,
Indig'itfon,
Inflni'i za.
Inflammation,
Inward VVeakneiif,
Li'er Complaint,
Low no ^ nf Spirits,
Rintrworm,
Hheutnaliftm,
bait hlieum,
Scalds,
Skin Pi-";i -iv-.
AS" NOTICE.— Vonegeni'lno without the nn^rnved
trade-mark nrnand 0<tOh pot or box, signed by UR J.
.MAl.tili'.L, 43 Fulton etreutj JSew mrk, to counterfeit
which is tflouy.
JLMf Sold hy nil respcctnble D^alets in Medicines
thi-oinrh'-iit the United States and Uainila—at 26 cents
per box or jiot,
A. C. Langley & Co.,
Agents for Vancouver Island and British
Columbia,
jy 2
I)
L.    BETTMAN.
BALER IS PHY COODS, OEO0EBIE8,
BOOTS AND SHOES, &., ic, ic
Olympia, W. T.
Mi-ci llniieous.
au n
PRIVATE   BOARD.
Boaid   -with  Comfoxtably
Furnished Bed-room,
Six Dollars per Week.
YATES   ST.,
Next  Door  to  the   Anglo-
American.        jy-;5
CHARLES    BERNARD,
Manufacturer and Dealer in
And SpIccN Of nil  Minis.
No. 707, Sansome street, corner Gold,
Between Jncli?nn nnd Paoffio*
First Premium awarded by the Mechanics1 Institute, for the best Coffee and Spicet.
Tho proprietor having Introduced Htenm
Power in his Mtintilhctoiy, Im ,now increane<]
faoilitlei to supply thc trade nnd the public in
general* All articles from hia Bstamlsbineni
nre guaranteed to he puns and unailulieruted.
Tlie public are respectfully Invited to call and
convince themselves Country orders promptly
Attended to. au 'I
BRITISH    PERIODICALS.
The London Q-iarterly Rev ew (Conservative).
The Edinburgh Review (Whig)
The Westminster Review (Radical)
Tho Horth British Review (Free Church)
— AND—
Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (Tory)
The fo ir Review's reimMiflieil liy Jlce^rn. POOTT fi
Co., iu-" freoerAl'T ro lldorft) at the fl rent Rovion'9,
ana BlncKWood nan been juatly i*inre*t in the wine
rank. Whotverdlipenfea wnlir nduu pnhUoatlon«of
thii olwi, whitevf r mny t'" hit renaral i uforroitlon,
trill loon l>» altoir»jthi'r i i-iiiini the time In vrbleh he
live«—tnd In thoie timet a perBoimny enon get very
fnr boh tnd.   They may be tetd nud itndted with nd-
vnriNi.e hy tlit- people of tbll toiiitry,   ol' erery creed
and pjttXy,
t^r iti,\cicwoon is nnninally ettraotlve at this
tine ti> American)), nol only for It-^ serl I articles by
dUUnjuUhed wrlteri of Motion, but for \h* aaooaatof
the  Itttf   civil   wr, now  being  written   by Cd.   Von
Bnrke, aGetmaooOteer, ehlef. <.?tnti ioOl-h. J. E. h.
tuart, of the Confederate artny.
TERMS   FOR   1866.     '
For (inyon« of tlio BflvJewi fl per miimm
Koran) ttrooflbo UuvIi-wh  7      "
For nny three of tho Keviewi 10       *•
Kor all four of tbeRevtewi 12 "
Kt»a BlaekWonil'i Manfiiax*  4 "
Fur Hlnckwmid find  DIM Jtovl w  7 •*
For Blackwood and nny two of Ihu Re-
vb'WB 10 "
Kor Rlaokwo id aad three of tbe Rbviews.JA       "
Kor BltekWOOd and ihe four BorteWI 15       "
CLUBS.
a dheoant of twenty per ent. will tie a'lowed to club*
of four or more [leroonH. Tuns, f.mr o plea ol
lllackweod.nr of one Itevlew will be tent to one tut-
dreu or tl>i fiO. Ktvireoplci of the four Reviews and
Diuokwood, fur $48, and soon.
POSTAGE.
When sent hy mail, thc 1'osTjKib to nnr part of the
tJuitrd t tot Will he 1 ut tiV'T'tv-iotir v.enl* a" year lor
" UCKWOOP," and but uightccmaa year for ouch of
the Iti'Vietvg.
Reduced Prices for previous years.
Sdbaorlberi may obtain the BOfVlntt immeaiately
preceding 18tiC, as follows, viz. :
Btaeh-ieoml from September, 18f!4, to December, I8G5
incluaive, at the rate of $2 50 a year.
The North British from Jtnuary, 1803, to Deremhcr.
l^GO, iiiolusive; the Etlinlturijh -Mid tbe Westminster tn m
Ap 11. 18fi4, to Deeotnliar, 186.% InelUblve,  and   the
London Quarterly lor tlw year 18(6, at the ratu of $1.00
a year lor each or any   ovi-w.
«3" A few copie« yet rinnin nfall thefuur Reviews
for J803 ut $4 a set, or $1 60 for anyone.
JLEOIVARD   SCOTT   &   CO.,
Publishers, 38   Walker Street, If.  Y.
Jesse  Cowper,
L. B. & Co., also pubUib the
FA.H3VEPE,'S C3-XJUD23
liy IIksiiv Pto'iik.vs, nf Edinburgh, nml Ilie ln.e J. P.
Nulrtox, of T.I Ilrw,   2 ml., Hojai OoWto,   160O
pairi.'8,iind Dulneiom  Enjfraviny.'
Pi-ico $7 for the two volume':—by Hail, pest paid,
WboliMutla ami detail Dealer ia
BOOTS Ml, SHOES,
LEATHER,
—AND—
SHOE     FINDINGS,
YATES    STREET,
OPPOSITE WKl.l.S, FARGO & Co
At the old aland of Webster k Co., it
prepared t<> Hupply ilie waDta of tb*
public in bit line.
The latest Stvles
Received  by every iirrivul from England
ami Sun Franriaco, att'i
Mrs.   Hein
KEEP8   CoXSTAXTLy  ON  HAND  THB
r.l 11- L :H8I||UII8 ill
MILLINERY,
—Al —
Prices to  Suit the Times,
GOTBBKMBNf    .STIIEBr
i:itwi"ii Port and llrougliton. aa.1!
'I UK   UN JO   JuIn'U   WANTED.
HOLLOWAY'S PILLS.
The ISlood.
Theso famous pills nre bo composed th*
they operate Wbpleeoiseljon the stomach, tbe
liver, tbe bowt-ls, nml other orpnns; by correct-
log any deratigemopti In their function*,
wberoby a Steady supply of pure materials tor
tbe renew*! ot the Blood is furnished, an J a
constant abstraction of effete prodncte is ef-
li't led. Thin perfect circuiution thus btcomei
tho very fountain of health nnd life, and over*
comes uil form uf discuse wherever its situation.
General UfNordcrN of (lie IJv«r
:an<l Stomach.
All who ever Indulge a* tftbltt, either in eat-
n^ or drinkiapf should take about ten of thss-
hiriHius pttleBI bed time, from which will ree
suit il clear iic.id and good slomnch the fill»
Idg morolng, Thousunds of Ladies are al-
wuys complaining of sick headaches, want o
appetite, want of energti ^"d wnnt of strangtb,
to coirect nil theso evils, three or fourot these
I'ills should he taken twice a week, when ther
Would pive the invalid .he hc-allh ami nppetiu
of a ploughman.
Pemnles of all ApreN an«l Classen
Olisti'uetions of any kind, either in younK
or those between forty nnd fifty—thn most eflt-
loal peilod Of life—may he radically reroo.rJ
br Uling these Pills according to lbe printed
directions wbleb accompttiy each box.  Youni
persons With sickly  and   sallow  eoroplexlooi
may have tho Moom of health restored by thi?
correotive,  wLich purifies the blood ond ex*
pels all t;rotiS and impure humors from Ihesys*
tern.    iJeware   theu   of tbe critical  nge Iron
forty to fitly, ns it sends  many thousands to
premature grave,—these Pills should bo take! |
n that period uf lite two or three  tines
tick
Want of filrenytb and ;Knernry.|
Persons of sedentary bnhits, or those trou-f
bled in mind, warkintr in Knctnries or Coal)
Pitf, who oaonot obtain t',llt ninountof frestl
air and exercise which nature requires, sufi'efl
from weakness an 1 delility, lowness of sptri.il
and want of appetite. All lOfffa should take 11
Jose or two of theao Pills every three or foul [
days, ns they net gently and effectually on th*B
system and impart vigor nnd energy to th*I
hoily, which is always followed by- a goodl
appetite, .-1, nul nnd Refreshing sleep, and »|
high How of spirits.
Tor Hie 4 nre of OropNj.
The efhecy of Holloway's Pills in Drops;!
is extraordinary. They act with such a pecifT
liar effact Upon the system, tbat thn fluid;]
Causing this direful complaint, nre pcrftepttbl [
carried off nud prevented from any furtbstl
nccumuhuiou. Thc sntlcrer regaius a bnoy*[
ancy of spirits nnd rejoices in a completeljl
renovated ooustltuUon. It is indispeusabl/l
neoeisarv that the Ointment should be moils
elfecluiilly rubbed into the complaining pnr-l
dnrir.g tho whole course of treatment.
< lilldion a ml Ilielr Allmente*
In no country in the world are more child nul
tarried to an early grave than in Great £ritaiu.[
t'oughs, Measles, Scarlatina, Fevers, and othoj
Jiseases attack tho little sufferers, opd dead),!
hut too often, follows at a rapid pace; yet if I
at tho first stapo ot these complaints, paresUl
were to have recourse to Holloway's Pills, sill
danger would bo avoided, for the storatcbl
and bowels wouK ne gently but effectual)'I
cleansed by this mild aperient; the depravtJl
numors correctea ana me secretions dniy rega*|
lated* A perfect cure would -oon be eK
fected, and tbe IHtle patient restored to soun'p|
health.
Holloway' Pi. r ire the best known remedy in U> I
world f*\** tbe following diseases:
Pold a*, tlie [■ publishment of Professor Holloway, Mt I
strand, (near Temple Bar,) L n-lun ; »lsrt by all reipM> L
nMr 11mi:_"/is'.» mnl Pral'MR in Mi- icinea tlironnhoui t*'!
civilized world, at the following pricea—la. \%..*\ 0*rP
t». Bil., IU., 22a., ami 33h. each box.
Female  Irregular
ttle
A    _
Anthmn
Uilli'iu^ConipliilntP . _
Fits
Plotrhea    oi»   tboUout
skin Hl'h'I Acho
Bowi'I complaints   iliuUgctioii
Colic* ;liiitatiimutlon
OoDsttpatlon oftheiJaHftdtci
Scrofa'aorKini'l
Evil
Fever oT all kindr Sore Throata
Stone and GrtVl
Secondary 8yt»r|
tana
lic-Polorem
TuiEon
Bowp]
Cnnsnmi lion
DebllU.t
Dropsy
Dyeentry
Bryiipelas
I.iver (Vmi)laiiits
j Lumbago
jl'ilea
lliliiMitnntffim
•Ueicution at' Urine
Ulcere
Venereal     afl**|
tlona
Worm a    o f
kinds
Weakneii    fn^l
whatever «»«•■
%*  There Is  a couoiderable  gaviug by taking H>*|
ir;iTNiZ09. j.^t.1
lilreetfuifl for tliegnidrrico ef patituta in every oJ«l
ilpr Ori> ndixitl to 'iicli box.
tmatm—«ww»i iiuij»MJ»i«.iwuw*i^—1^—W^^Sl
Printed and Published by McCtuna ACo-t»^
the office, Liui^ley Street.

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