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VOL. I.
VICTORIA,   VAfVCUUVKK   ISLAND,   WEDNESDAY   KVKNINfi.   AUGUST   15    1866.
NO. 38.
THE
"EVENING TELEGRAPH,"|
i-nn.iwiiKii
Everv   Evcniu? at  4   O'clock,
(3aturday aad Sunday eronings excepted.)
aijo tviltv
SUNDAY    MORNING !
TKIHK  OF   M  l!-(  i: | l> IK)\ ,
I'.-r Atmuin, in unvnnci-.by mail, fin at,
For .is m.ntli. ,     ,; j,n
l'i-r W-fk, p:iy/tlile to Currier,  ' "       •».,
lurl.Uiw,      Jo
For term* of Advertisement apply at the
Office. Lan?ley Street
Wit -.mil   Humor.
New A(tv(trtisotn«!tif.H.
II
Ti^n
Robbie, b well known clmracter in tlie
Highlands of Scotland, was inveterately
fond of venison nnd often indulged in a
little private deer stalking on iu own
account. One day catching sight of
what lie conceived to be a lame deer, and
thinking that 'a tamp deor might carry
as much whito on his brisket as a wild
ant, and inaylie a little inuir,' could not,
though dangerously near the house, resist
having a shot nt it. The shade of some
clumps afforded an easy approach to it,
and soon off went his old gun like a
twelve-pounder, knocking over thc 'deer,'
witli whieh Robbie nt once grappled.
The 'deer' lashed out in au uwkward stylo
for Robbie, who however stuck to him
till startled by the loud laughter of
Robert and Sandy, his two brothels, who
had been witnesses of the scene, when tho
'deer' started off with a lumbering, ungainly gullop, and set up a loud nnd
triumphant bray. Robbio arose us if
petrified, and, dashing his fist at his own
ear, exclaimed, 'Oh, Gosh bless me, a
cuddy 1'
Madame de Stael's daughter, the
Baroness de Broglie, was an extraordinary beauty. Her charms made sucb nu
impression on Prince Talleyrand tbat in
contemplating llicin he wns often deli-
cient in his utten'ions to her highly
gifted mother. One dny, being on a
party of 'pleasure on the water, she
endeavored lo confound him and put tlie
question :—'If onr vessel were to be
wrecked by a storm, which of us would
yon strivo to savo lirst, me or my daughter?'—'Madame,' instantly replied Talleyrand, ' With tho many talents and
acquirements you possess, it would be an
affront to you to suppose that you cannot
swim. I should therefore deem it my
duty to save tbe baroness first.'
In several of the villages of the Pyrenees the mountaineers are in the habit of
training animals for the purpose of exhi
bition. The prefect of Perpignan passed
through one of then) in company with nn
officer of gendarmes. The latter pointed
out to the magistrate a womun whose
husband—a bear trainer—had been devoured by his pupil at a moment when
iostmct got the better of education. 'I
have nothing left,' snid the woman; 'I
«m absolutely without a roof to shelter
mo and tho poor animal.'—'Animal !' exclaimed Iho astonished prefect ; 'j'ou
don't mean lo say that you keep thn bear
that devoured your husband V—'Alas !'
she replied, it is all that is left to ine of
tbe pour dear man.'
Thackeray used to relate with great
fflee the following humorous story :—An
Irish gentleman, well known in town, nnd
from whom the cliunicicr of iho Mulligan
was partly drawn, walking iu thc park
with a young friend, rocoivod n bow irom
Dean Stanhope, who wns panlng by, and
«iid to his friend, in a rich brogue,
'That's a dnue 1' 'Oh, no,' replied the
other, 'you'ro mistaken ; it's Mr. Stanhope, an Englishman.' Upon which the
offended Mulligan thundered forth, ' 'Tis
not a Dane of Sweden that I mane, Burr,
but a dane of tho Church.'
An ingenious person has discovered
thnt the three most forcible letters in our
alphabet are N it G ; that the two which
contain nothing are M T ; that four express great corpulence, O B C T ; thut
two are in a decline, D ii ; that four in
dicate exalted station, X L N C, and
three excite our leurs, yet, when pronounced together, are necoasnry to a
good understanding—L E G.
When the bravo Corporal Caithness
was asked, after tne battle of Waterloo,
if he was not afraid, he replied, 'Afraid I
why I was in a' the battles of the Peninsula!' And having it explained that the
question merely related to a fear of losing
the day, he said : ' Na, na ; I didna fear
that. I was only afrnid we should bo a'
killed before we had time to win it.'
A shoemaker in the provinces, who
says ho married a second wife under the
mistaken supposition that the first was
dead, wants to know what he is to do
about it, now that No. 1 has turned up.
—Answer; ' Let the cobbler stick to his
last'        ,wv Jal
ROUND TNE CORNER"
IS TIIK NAME OF TIIE
ISTE-W    SALOON
JUST OPKKKD IX
Lancjey   street,   round  the
corner from Yates street,
In  tho building formerly occupied   liy   the
Saloon of Edkiiiiaiiut'* Ilona.
Tba  Saloon  has  been   tastefully  refitted,
anil will be supplied with tbo
FIRST    QUALITY   OF
V/ines   and  Liquors.
The proprietor respectfully invites the public to call  "BOUND TIIK OOBNBE" and
judge for themselves.
GOVKHKEBNT  8TI1RKT    INTI'.ANG'K — KEXT
door to the Telegraph Office.
J/20        JACOB   iiDiihniiiit
EVENING TELEGRAPH
Oriental Restaurant,
YATES   STREET,
In connection with the Oriental Hotel.
THIS  ESTABLISHMENT   IS   Ol'llX AT
AU. HOUBS UI'' TIIK DAY OU NIUIIT
THE    T-A/BT-iE
Will he farullbed with tlio best tlio market
affords.
Breakfast,
Dinner,
Supper
At moderate prices.
Oysters   in   every   Style.
Private Rooms lor small or large parties.
Call ami judge fur yourselves. jy 30-lra
NOTICE !        NOTICE !!
I^BOH THIS DATE THK UNDERSIGNED
I?    has concluded to reduce his price ONK
HALF ; and hereafter the
FINEST WINES AND LIQUORS,
ALE,   11EER,   &c, &c,
Will be served nt the
"METROPOLITAN
rt
At TWELVE AXD A HALF OENXfl
per sample.
The public will please call and sample, nnd
satisfy themselves that the very best is to be
had at the above price.
T. J. BURNS,
Metropolitan Saloon, Store street.
jy &
Iu the- Supreme Court of Civil Justice
Vancouver Island.
THE BANKRUPTCY ACT, 1831-
T ItlCHAItD WOODS, BEING THB CHIEF
1, Registrar of tbo said Court, do hereby
certify that, on the sixteenth dny of July, instant, a certain deed or Instrument bearing
date the'Jlllli day of June last (lBliH) and
made and executed by and between George
Jay, James Chestney Hates and Dnvirl Browne,
Copartners therein described, trading under
the style or linn of JAY k COMPANY of the
oue part and Thomas Lowe thereto described,
trustee for himself aud the rest of the creditors of the said George Jay, James Chestney
Males, and David Browne of tbe other part,
being a deed or instrument purporting to convey all the copartnership estate and effects of
the said Ueorge Jay, James Chestney Hales,
and David Urowne to be applied for the bene-
lit of the creditors of them the said George
Jay, James Chestney Bales, and David
Browne us if they hail been from the date
thereof duly adjudged Bankrupt, was on the
said sixteenth day of July and at thc hour of
lOi.'Ul iu the forenoon of such day brought
into my office for registration, and was duly
registered pursuant to the provisions of the
Bankruptcy Act, lsoi.
Given under my hand and Seal of the 'Supremo Court of Civil Justice nt James Bay,
Victoria, V. I., this sixteenth day of July, A.
D., ltiljli.
RICHARD WOODS,
Chief Registrar.
Roiikut Bishop, Solicitor,
Lnngley street, Victoria. jyld
3STOTICE.
In thc Supreme Court of Civil Justice
Vancouver Island.
In re jay & Co.
4 LL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS ON THE
•'V abovo Estate are requested forthwith to
send in tbesnrr.e to Ml'.Jambs Chestney Bales,
Seedsman, at tho Nursery of Juy & Co., Victoria ; and nil persons indebted to the said
Estate are desired forthwith to pay the amount
of their respective debts to tho said James
(.'lirst.noy Bales, whom thc Trustee has authorised to receive the same ou account of thc
said Estale.
ROBERT BISHOP, Solicitor,
Langley Street, Victoria.
Dated 16th July, I860. jyltf
^
GENERAL
Job   Printing
ESTABLISHMENT
Langley Street   Victoria,
The   Printing   Office
OF THK
EVENING
TELEGRAPH
Office is replete witb every appliance
and variety of material for the
Execution of
LETTER PRESS   PRINTING!
In all it* branches, whether
Plain or Ornamental
T
HE OFFICE tIMS at securing
such speedy Kxceulion of orders as is
consistent with correct aud elegant Work,
manship.
Orders received for Printing
Books,
Business Cards,
Pamphlets
Invoices,]
Catalogues
Bill Heads,
Sermons,
Trade Forms,
Reports
Circulars, (Plain
Rentals,
Coloured,)
Leases,
Hand   Bills. (Plain or
Law Forms of
every
Coloured,)
description,
New Advertisements.
THEAIKE
Photographic Gallery
(UP STAIRS).
'iiiis asuwr, lojto ajtd favor-
I ably known to Victorian! and s'rnngers,
hns faeiliiies in the way of light, materials,
Ac,, nnd Ihe expeiiein e of the proprietor enables him to t'urui.-h Cartes de Visit*, imbro-
typo-, and photographic work ol superior
jnish unequalled by any other bouse in town,
and nt as LOW PBIOSS us OTHtl i-'Taiii.kii-
mksts charge for common and inferior
pictures—in fact at prices to suit Ihe times
Cartes de Visite, -  - $5 per Doz
Out door work attended to  at short notice,
nnd on the mo-t reasonable terms.
GKOItUE   ROBINSOX,
au 0 Proprietor.
THK UKKAT
NOTICE
—OF-
C0-PARTNE3SH
BIJNSTER
HAS THIS DAY
ENTERED INTO
Partners-hip
WITH ALL LOYEUS OF
GOOD    ALE!
jy 17-lm
EX  FIDELITER
A Choice Lot of Bacon
.Ju.*it   Arrived.
For Sn'e by
au 2
P.  Gilligan,
STORE STREET.
Mibeellaneous.
For Trices,   apply   at the
Langley street,
Office.
EXPRESS LINE STAGES,
q-UIR COACHES OF THIS LINE VTiLl
A now run regularly, leaving Vale, jj. c
on
Monday*,
Wednesdays,
And Friday*,
AT 7, A. M.,
for   sunvs    F B K It V
(Dig Bend Iloute), until the completion ol the
rond, wheu tbey will go to Snvnna's terry.
The Coach lor Cariboo will leave Yale on
Monday.
Jy 2  F. J. BARNARD.
General News Agent
J. Stratman.
EMPIRE NEWS DEPOT
Cor. Washington & Sansome sip-
Han Franciuco,
THE ADVKUTlsEU II prepared to supply
witb puuctiulity and celerity thc iinnrxtd
newspapers and periodical! upon the following
terms All orders, to receive immediate attea-
tion, must do iiccmnpnuied by cash remiuunce,
rind handed in previous to the 4th, 14th, aud
2-Uh of each mouth.
1.. ■ n«inn Daily   I ::>!'■■ $14 •<•
Tlie Field  Uw
"       Hlii'lrau-dTIum..  7 00
11       WeelclT Tlm**        7 00
u       KHi's (..ic in London 11 00
• WeekU Diaptteh 14 oc
"       III. NewHoftl.e World 14 00
"      I'uii'.io Opinion  wo
* Index (Frw Trade) 1 ( ml
"      ill. Sporting New* 8 00
41       Spectator 14 00
"        lleview    14 00
"     Baturitty KeVfaw u oo
PtiblW Natmn %. 1300
I/mduu hlHRtrnHfl News ..14 00
AUncf* Monlhl- , 3 0H
Bim: k wood'* Mneftrlue 3 00
Harper's Magazine ,. 3 00
Sixpenny MAgUIhe ^ a no
Knli^ev'hockt'r ( M 31,'-
Pacitie .V iiiihly •■"•.-.* 3 (hi
tlmlfv'sLidies Bnr.k...,    3 00
.Miisi«"sl Host 3 00
Continental Ma^naine  3 oq
Hadan PamonBt'i Vontbly :joo
V. l,i'»liu> nniv Faintly Magrtiine  3 00
Chamber*' Edinburgh   ournal 1 00
Monthly   p»p«r», Once a   Week t..ft00
•* *"       AU tbt Year Hound ft 00
Tlitrkorav'a CorahiM Ma limine R.QC
Iiondon lj*ncw fi 00
B. A. Snla'B T>mpLi Bur 0 00
I/juiicn Society  Maykttnb 6 w
S!. James Maiiaiina a 00
Edinburgh Rcvi«w 10 0'i
Ison<Min   H-virtt- 10i>o
North Briii«liHovew 10 (4)
tCts'ininntr Ro*ten In QQ
I ..n.l-n Ail   .l-tiinat 12 00
Jlnni'j i BnMtrti; »<g 1000
HBHEDY
MiK.
UK   THK
HOLLOWAY'S 0IMTMENT.
1 'In     • n« 1 1     ut    ■ hi      4 Mil fin nil    un     III*
My m( rm.
To the rery co>e mihI rcfiire of All dis-a**!
which affect the huiiuin I,<■<!*. thU reiuHikiihln
pr<pnrai'in pi-netrntr.-. Ii difappMri under
'he frictloool tlie band*, al iftll dUitppv&rt
when ruh'ied u/nn um;ii. Th# ijii^init jier-
fofau |U helling orrtmd rupidl/, Mfdy, mid
witb out pair.. .":ri.pi' er ij iom, * peu iore><
hird iiiniorK, Htotaiou* r**relopmeJlli ol all
Itiddi) ahce^see, cnucii.-. old U'OQtMl, ;tihl, iu
:M-r, i-vciy spei-n e of hifl»min»tion and iup*
piirntinn, whether In il"*in'. id'* Belb. tin)
^Irtii'Ig, or anions the niUlcleJ, can he .'.riesii b ■
In iti dfsiniciivf ooaree, uj
Cttrod without danger by roW
riin«ble i'liitiiHrjt.
nt     ji-TCi.ini'.'i'ly
: in ih'i: ines-
Uiiii    Lfgi|
IlUtl     l!i 1 :i  -I -,
VUttt..
Surca,   and
In mahy Hospitals in Kurope thU eelebrated
remedy id uow used 1'or tin cufe o| old wounda.
eores, and ulcers ; in Spain nnd Portugal, and
in many parts of Italy, the fir.-t I'hysicinns re-
rejrulnrly prefer the its upe. It is a soverei^p
remedy Ibr had breaill und bud legi; arid Iiko*
wise for all skin diseases. It \* to he found in
the chest of nearly every builur, buidier, and
emigrant.
11.1 jn int< 11. ii •,   nf   \ 1111 Hi ; — Sorea   and
Ulcers.
The above class or complaints is surely re*
noted by nightly fomenting the parts with
tnttn water, and then by mo?t etfeclunlly rub
olog in tbis Ointment. Percooiiufleiing froa
these direful complaints nhould \ti?e not a rao
ment tn arresting their progress. It should bt
understood that it ts not suttinent merely to
smear the Ointment on tbe aHl-ded parts, bul
»t must be well rubbed in for some considerable
time twa or three times a tiny, that it may ba
laken into the system, whence it will retnov.
only bidden sore or wotnd as effectually a.
though it were palpable to the eye. Bread and
water poultices, after the robbing iu ol th.
Ointment, will do great service. This Is th?
.inly proper treatment for females in cases cf
cancer 1*1 the stomach, or for thuse who suflif.
from a general bearing dow n.
Pile*, FintuiuB, StiltturiH.
Blotches,asalsoswellings. can witli certainty
he radically cured if the Ointment be used
freely, and the Tills be taken nitrlit and morn,
ing as recommended in theprinledinstnu liionB
Wheu treated in any otherway these complaint,
atily dry up in one place to break cut in an-
itberj wliereus this Ointment will remove thr
humor from the system, and leave the patien
1 vigorous and healthy beiug. It will requiri
.imp, aided by '.he use of thc PlHl, to ensuri*
a.-ting cure.
Hi j'Mi. 1 in,   Bronchitis,  Sotv   't'iinmi.s,
A'ny of the above class of diseases may be
"urcd by well rubbing the (liniment three
-imes a day upon the skin covering the throat,
chest, and neck of the patient. The unguent
will soon penetrate the pores and give immediate relief. To allay the lever and lessen ths
iuflamation, eight or ten Fills should be takea
night and morning. Thc Ointment will pio-
duce perspiration, which is so essential for
remo*'ing fevers, sore throats, aud those oppressions of the chest which arise from
Asthma, Hronchitis, and other causes.
Until   ilu-   Ointment and   I'ills   alinuld
lie   11  1 <l   In thn  Killi'uiii);   in-.-, 1
itud I *"pit                fonxn (Corns)
niifumntitm
Mil BrMitl             ^inci-rs
'; ealdn
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aod Snrc Nipple*
fiunionfl                1  Sti ti Joint!
- re Throat
I'Hf.ii Moietn (..(■(. .'-lie,: .in:.,»,:s
J.Skln disrai
and Siiml Fliei     l-i-tn :i-
-curvy
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Chieirt, Cpot             i;ian<liilar    Pweli 'Tumor*
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fh*|»|'«-tl Hands    JPiloa
t IH'I
1
Sold «l t'e Establishnn*nl ol Pc-rKsti'iK HnLinw*
«4, Straod, fri-ar Tempi* Ilai), Lpndnn ; .■>;.,. by t
io»p«table DruKttlati tmi t^alern In MfttteraN IbrtWfb
aut tie civilized world, at the t',»n. »■ .•■.- ;>,.,■.■■.    U, \ -,,\
J. ;>.l    *U (Id., lis., iW., and 33*., each tot.
*0*   Tliero ■ aeooiiderablcaavinn by taking tht larj,*.
lx«a.
N H.—iiirectWi* f. f Iho niidirce of Puii'iiU   In   tvet
dliorUr are afllxrd to mneb V*\
^S^WANUfACr^^]
SEWING MACHINES,
l^fe,      '"*      <*W
) ^J^tttt****'*1*    1
Hot... -Th. Ktatt Slinl.it— 1. lh^ ..i.l. Mi. >i.mi lb—
will ww .11 sttt* ot'l'Ah wilh .11 k.nd. <>rtlir.ti.
SG>- T5,000*Q|
Machines sotti is two vkaks
The almosl incrrrlihlf InCKtlM In tbt snl« of
IheSmcir Miuliin.' ilnrinR ihe I'usi mo yrara
If owiqg to the popularity uftbe I.KTTKIl A
tRAlfSVEKSE SHOTT'liB rumily Mnclnni'.
which wns introiliiced in 1 S(lo, since wliicli
time it Lu* earned dud established t- re|.uln.
tion for family Uses equal tn tin- eelebritfa
mBnulftctiirinc maebines ol tbis Finn, wliicli
are generally acknowledged, even by dealers
in otr.er Sewing Machines, to le unequalled
for sucb pnrpof.cp.
Sttf Nil (iTlU:it Family Sewinn M.icbine
has .sucb perfect and improved appliances for
1 i 11 ffl i: i ;_r. Ilimuiine-, Binding, Felling, Tucling,
Oatbering, tluaging, Braidii ot ng, (j u-
ing, etc,
BsSr- All persons requiring nlnrin.i'ioi
tibont our Sowing Macbines.their i i7.ep, Trices,
Working rapacities, nnd the best method of
purcbasir.g.can obAun it by sending lor a copy
of the
SI.NGKR    MANUFACTURING    COMPANY S
ILLCSTRATKO  I'AMI'III.K r,
Which is entirely devoted  to ihe  subject.   It
will be sent gratis, with specimens of work.
Local Agents vanled in every Town.
WILLIAM       P RICK
General Agent lor the Sing r Manf£ to.
hi ^btiuitg   ^tlcgraplj.
WKDNK8DAY EVENING, AUGUST 1.0,1860
COMMERCIAL.
il'CTIO!    SALE   TO-MORROW.
J. P. DAVIES k CO. will tell at salesroom, "Wharf street, at 12 o'clock noon, Fort
• nd Kane street property; also Esquimalt
properly, including Water Lots, ic, al
Royal Hotel Property.
■ MIPPINU   UiKMIUKHI K.
TELEGRAPHIC
SPECIAL T» 'I III.  I.W.MVt TKI.EdHlPH.
rOBIOr VICTORIA. VANCOUVER   IBI.ASU
Ang  15—Str   Alexandra,   Swnnson,   New
Westminster.
Sip Louisa, Cutler, Sannich.
Blp Alexis, Odin, New Westminster.
Sip Letitla, Adams, Port Angelos.
Str Alexandra, Swiuk.hi, New Westminster,
Str ji*n*V*eVeit, Crosby, Port Angelos.
Tn Muiiiiin Cass.—From the present appearance, uf things it seems us if the recent
atrocious murder near Pandora street is likely
to remain undiscovered and unpunished—a
result fraught with the most sUrtlin? import
to the community. If a man can be deliberately murdered in a thickly populated part of
tha city, his body dragged along one of the
main thoroughfares, robbed and maltreated,
and so- little pains taken to conceal it that it
is found by the first passer-by still warm and
flexible ; if, notwithstanding the undeniable
proof that certain parties are cognizant of the
murder, having the plunder in their possession,
no successful attempt is made to secure nnd
punish those who are at. least particeps crim.
inis, a feeling of insecurity and dread will
pervade every breast, and tbe citizens bud
better resort to the pistol nnd bowie-knife for
their protection against midnight assassins.
We hear it publicly stated thut every Indian
in thc community knows something of the
murder, and that some in the employment of
citizens have actually stated that Ihey can
lay their hands at any time on the real
murderer. If this be the case, why is not the
matter inquired into? It is high time that
a clean sweep should be made of the heads
•of police when such atrocious criminals cuu
walk the streets without fear of arrest.
Ei.opimknt.—It is reported that the wifo of
a Mr. P , an oul-door employee at a distinguished mansion in the suburbs of this
city, was yesterday spirited away on thc
steamer Fideliter, to the grief and rage of her
liege lord, who, accompanied by a policeman,
closely searched tho steamer, but without discovering the raunaway. The other party to
the elopement, who is a gentleman of mature
years and appearance, and a daily aud well-
known loaitgier ou<Ioverument street, did not
»ccomf»ny the erring woman, but will it is
said go over on thc Josie McNear this afternoon and join her in Portland. The woman is
a comely young matron of five and twenty,
and, we understand, has not long been
married..
Mbkti.no of Faiimiiiis.—A meeting of the
Agricultural interest wns held this afternoon,
to which we can only briefly allude. K.
McKcnzio, Esq;, was ia the chair. Resolutions were passed affirming tbe necessity of
keeping in the country th/) tbousnnds of
•dollars annually expended for articles which
might be produced in the colony, and of
throwing open the public lands to immediate
settlement; also for all information in regard
to tbe public lands. A resolution was also
passed asking the Governor to again biing iu
the Assembly's bill to protect home produce,
thrown out by thc Council this session.
Bold Thk»t.—Vcsterdny afternoon a man
well-known in tbis city as having started a
Parcels Delivery Company here, took a coal
from the door of Messrs. Wm. Wilson k Co.,
clothiers, nnd walked off with it. He was
followed nnd the garment taken from him, information nt the same time being conveyed to
the police, by whom ho was shortly afterwards arrested. Me was brought up this
noraing, bat as he seemed almost in a state
«f delirium from drink, he was remanded for
three days.
Fiwi» Sin Prahcuco.—Tho bark Rival,
Captain Blair, arrived from San Francisco
this morning in twenty days, with a full cargo
consigned to Messrs. Pickett k Co. She will
commence discharging to-morrow morning nt
the H. B. C. Wharf. 	
Fuxrraj..— The funeral of thc late Mrs.
Todd took place to-day at a quarter to three
•'clack. Tke Wesleyan school children and
a long procession of ladies and citizens, followed tbe hearse to the cemetery.
SuraaHi Court—J. i. McCredy came up
for his first examination in bankruptcy to-day.
The assignees obtained leave lo move for aa
issue with the son of the bankrupt, who holds
a bill of sale of the furniture, ke.
Tn Revenue Cutter Lincoln arrived from
Puget Bound tbis afternoon. She will, we
understand, convey Capt. Franklin of the U.
S. Saginaw on a visit to Sound ports.
Oohidb.—The bark Jeddo, from San Francisco for Burrard's Inlet, arrived outside this
morning, and after sending ia for a pilot proceeded on her voyage.
House or Asszudlt.—The House met today and finally passed the Supply Hill and the
amendment to the Road Act.
Ham Over—Wc are compelled to hold over
the communication signed " Audax" till to-
aorrow.
For Pustr Sound.—The Josie McNear will
•ail for Olympia this afternoon at 5 o'clock.
To-day's    Despatches.
European.
St. Petkhsduhg, Aug. 12.—The U.S.
navul officers made their official entree
into llie city yestenluy, mid met with a
grand reception. 50,000 people turned
out to witness their entrance. They were
welcomed hy a magnificent oration of
music do its and display of flags, and
thonsauus of handkerchiefs were waving
all directions. The greatest enthusiasm
prevailed. Hon. C. Al. C'luy, Minister lo
the Court of 8t. 1'etersbtirg, gave a
brilliant entertainment at his hotel tn the
diplomatic corps, heads of departments
and distinguished citizens in honor of the
naval officers. A bull and supper were
given by the Yucht Club, which were attended by all iho beauty and grace of the
city. All the public and government
buildings were dressed in union colors
and brilliantly illuminated, which, with the
fireworks tended lo produce a very lively
sensation. Altogether the affair was a
splendid tribute tJ America.
LOSS  Ot    THK   FAIRLIOHT.
Sax Fhascisco, Aug. 14—A dispatch
wus published yesterday announcing the
loss ol ihe British ship Fuirlight in the
China sea. The Fuirlight cleared from
this port on November 15th, 1865 for
Hong Kong, and waB ou her way buck,
having sailed from Shanghai May 29th.
She had a cargo nf 600 ions Chinese
merchandise, and 227 Chinese and four
European passengers. She is supposed
to havi; gone down with all her freight
and passengers.
THK  TIIKATV   WITH  JAPAN.
At Jeddo, on the 27th June, was held
a copvention, in which America, Japan,
England, France and Holland pnrtici
pitted. The revised import aud export
tariff was adopted. The articles adopted
by the convention are of great importance
to the commercial community.
CHINA.
The conduct of thc British authorities
in connection with the recent expedition
against the jiirjites of tho north-west coast
is severely commented npou by the Hong
Kong press.
A veenel with 436 Chinese emigrants
recently sailed for Java. This is an important event, as the Dutch Government
has hitherto resisted the introduction of
Chinese coolies to that Island.
An accident involving groat loss of life
occurred ut King Po, iu connection wilh
religious ceremonies, by which 03 fanatical Chinese miserably perished.
The Futai in Shantung hns been reduced
io third official rank on account of his
failure to exterminate thc rebels as rapidly
as the Emperor desired.
rrlec ol Gold.
Telegrams from New York today quote
an advance in gold ;  sales made at 14'.t.l
Last Night's Despatches.
European.
Bkiii.in, August 8.—General Man-
teufi'el, having attended a military council,
und hud n l.i nimble audience with the
King, left yesterday on a special mission
lo St. Petersburg.
A semi official journal says that Russia
by her position as a great power, also ou
account of her numerous family alliuuces
wilh German conns, taktsu lively inter
est in thc German question, nnd the rclas
lions subsisting between them nnd Ku-sia.
Prussia ought to suggest to Russia the
expediency ut making a confidential communication lo the cabinet iu Berlin, in
relation to thu views eutertained by the
Cza+'a government upon the recent steps
adopted by Prussia. Any apprehensions
respecting the attitude attributed to Russia by certain Germau journals, will probably speedily prove lo bo groundless.
The same jourual hopes the Prussian
Legislative Chambers, by passing a bill
of indemnity, will end the conflict witb
the Government. Yesterday, in the Upper House of the Legislature, a letter was
read from tho Count of Westphalia, declaring on oath his alliance with the King
of Prussia, aud that his duty as Federal
Prince was no longer binding ou him, since
his Majesty had withdrawn from the German Confederation.
Florence, August 8th—Terms of suspension of hostilities have been prolonged.
Peace negotiations between Austria aud
Italy will take place at Prague Couut
Bairal and Geueral Monalu will be the
Italian plenipotentiaries.
There was a severe storm in the Adriatic yesterday by which several vessels of
the Italian fleet were damaged. The
Italian ram Atfondatore suuk iu pert, off
Aucoua.    Crew saved.
Paris, August 10th—The Empress of
Mexico arrived  at St.  Nazaire to day.
Au Itujicr.ul steamer is goiug tu meet h. r '
tomorrow.
Livkbi'ool, Aug. 13—Evening—Cotton market closed firm, with sales today
of I2,u00 bales ; middling uud uplands
at l«|.
London, Aug. 13—Evening—Consols
8T| ; U.S. 5-20's 6*4.
Brums, Aug. 12—Prussia has informed Austria that she (Pronia) will muiu-
ta 11 Ihe right of Italy to Venetia. Ibe
lime official organ (the Zaluny) my*
that Napolt-ou's absurd demand has rui-i-d
hopes in France which it is impossible for
'iermanj lo fulfil. Tbe changes that
have taken place in Germany are national
and German, und not of an iuternutioual
character; they convey do danger or
menace to France.
Yilnna, Aug. 11—Tlie Austrian Minister of France [Finance) has resigned.
The Austrion Ambassador to Rome has
arrived at that city.
Bin shi.ls, Aug. 12—News received
in this city from Vienna says that great
excitement exists there ; 482 men were
to be tried on charges of high treason.
Crowds of people in the streets have received Emperor Frnucif Joseph witb
shouts of " Abdicate ! Abdicate I''
Florence, Aug. 12—An armistice between Austria and Prussia has been
signed. It will continue in force after the
expiration of that lime unless notice of
cessation is duly given by either power.
The line of demarcation between Austria
and I1 nly has been agreed upon, and the
Venetians who have been compelled lo
emigrate from Venetiu, as part of the
Austrian Empire, can now return to Veuetia.
Eaalern.
Philadelphia, August 10—Although
the National Convention will assemble on
Tues.lay it will probably adjourn until the
following day, as thc wigwam will not be
entirely completed until then. It will be
the largest structure ever erected in the
United Slates for political purposes.
Seats have been provided for 180 journalists in front of the speakers' stand, the
National Union State Central Committee
of this State have agreed upon a full list
of delegates, including Edgar Cown, Wm.
F. Johnston, J. R. Flauigan, and W. II.
Tracy, are delegates at large. At least
three thousand delegates will be present
from all sections of the country.
Washington, August K'th.—Queeu
Emma, of the Sandwich Islands, arrived
this evening.
Mexico.
Advices from the City of Alexico to
the 80th July say there is no doubt thnt
Maximilian and his dependants will leave
this continent at au early day.
A Gunpowder Plot  Fifty Year*
ago.
To Tin; EniTon or the Evkniso TiaionAru.
Sir,—Reading in your paper last evening tbe
telegram Hunouncing tbe attempt to blow up
tbe Houses of Parliament reminds me of old
times. In tho summer of 1814 I passed some
time in tlie city of Amsterdam, and during
Hint time I was in tbe Exchange daily. One
day 1 was surprised at seeing in tbe Exchange
a great many boys, probably one hundred and
lifiy if not more, playing ball and amusing
themselves. On enquiring what it mennt, 1
was informed that very many years before {the
Exchange being built on an arch with a large
cellar below) some boys playing there had
discovered a quantity of gunpowder, ke.,
placed thcro no doubt with the intention of
blowing up the building and nil the merchants
in it, which but for the discovery by the boys
would doubtless havo been the case. From
that time to the time of my being there on the
anniversary of that day, an ordinance had
been in force.giving the boys of the city the
privilege of playing in the Exchange.
An Octooknamax.
Special Notice*.
Tin: I'tnm's Vmtsv—Yv.H*\ Ilu in' ViiaTAini I'M*
K11.LIK —The UreAlrtl I'trollf Medicine oftiie Af* —
'Ukrn iiitiinmllv, 11 run* iii>l.i-n clili, rmijh.. t-In ,
woitk •tiimioh, peneritl debllltf, nntttty sort moult),
i;ank«r, llvtr ' .-uil'Uiiil, il)H),<l"la ur In.llgoitlon,
orantp ftinl pain Id 11 . »toniach, bowel complaint,
palnten' colic. Aimlle cbulera, iliir rlin 1 and dyMMt-
tery. Ai-i 1 ifii KxncnxAUT, curre Mops, bolla i>nd old
ante i, never* burnt and aea'da, eula, brulfei and
apraina, iwelled joint*, ringworm and teller, broken
breast*, Treated fetl and cbllblalua, toolberbo, pain In
.he face, neuralgia and rhesmallam. It la a aure
remedj lor Ague and Chill* and r'eeer.
Holuwat'm OtKTME<T Aftn Pi ma —Cough■ and cold*
are alike distressing to the patient and annoying to
Ihos* around hint' The mode of cur* Is simple, inno
cent, and effective. Holloway's Ointment should bs
thoroughly rubbid Into the eheit and between tbe
blade bones twice a d*jr, while the blood u undergoing
piiridciition by appropriate doses of his Pills. A double
result is thus secured—the atr tubes ore relieved of
accumulated phlegm and the lungs are freed from sn
impure circulation. These favoring eondili.-ns remove
Ihe eause and the congh ceaies. Py the same means.
and with (qiftl facility, thc treatment by Holloway**
inestimable remedies will overcome nleerated and aore
throats, dlptherla, bronchit s, pleurisy, and asthmatienl
and pulmonary congestive complaint*.
Mb. Zmn begs to announce to the indabit-
ants ot Victoria that he ban lately received a
large assortment of Children's Carriages and
Chairs, Fishing Baskets and Fishing Canes,
and a large quantity uf Market and Travelling
DusKets, China Vases, Fancy Goods and Toys,
all ef which have to be sold on or before
February next at greatly reduced prices
Goods sold nt wholesale for cost piices.     *
Removal.—Messrs. Solomon Bros, have removed to the two-story brick building on
Government street, opposite the St. Nicholas
Hotel. They have received, ex ship Mohawk,
from London, a tine assortment of men's
clothing and underclothing, which they will
sell lower tban any house in town. Give them
a call. *
J.P.Davies&Co.
UcrOIEEKS AtD COBBISSiOV   SKKfBlITS.
gaktraaa, tartnraatMoor BalWiur,
Mhirf Nt., war latct.
Thursday, August 10,
CITY & ESQUIMALT
PROPERTY.
We are instructed by the Mortgagee to sell
BY PUBLIC  AUCTION',
A.T    SAL E S BOO T&
WHARF STRUCT.
THURSDAY, AUGUST 16,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON.
FORT AXD KINE STIIEET PROPERTY,
All those certain pieces or parcels of
Land in the City of Victoria, V. 1., ami
known oo the Official Map of the same
ns Town Lots Nos. 72 and 64 in Block
23, situate on.Fort and Kane streets between Dooglas and Blauchard, having a
frontage on Fort street of Sixty (60) feet,
running back Two Hundred and Forty
(240) feet, fronting on Kane street Sixty
(60) feet, less tbe easterly half of Wilcox
street, being a strip of Ten (10) feet from
Fort to Kaoc, enhancing the value of the
property by having three frontages, (the
buyer having the right to close the ten
feet at bis pleasure) together witb all the
improvements thereon, which comprise in
part the first-class two story Brick Building on Fort street known as Wilcox's
Hotel, containing on the npper story 7
good size rooms, tbe ground floor has a
Large Store, Parlor, Dining Room and
Kitchen. On the roof of the closets is a
large cistern holding 1500 gallons water,
together with the Two Cottages on Wilcox street, one bas 4 rooms and kitchen,
the other having only 3 rooms. The
whole to be sold in one lot.
TERMS EASY.
—ALSO —
TO  BE SOLD FOR CASH
ESQUIMALT PROPERTY!
ALL THOSE certain pieces or parcels
of Land situate on Whnrf Street, Ksqui-
inult, adjoining tbe Royal Hotel and
known on the map of the town as lots 'i.'l
and 37, having a frontage on Wharf
Street of thirty-five 135) teet, miming
back two hundred and forty feet into the
bay, having first class water frontage lo
lot 87i Each lot has a small Cottage
House thereon.
ALL THAT piece or parcel of land,
situate and known on the Town Mnp'as
Lot No. forty (40), ou Hospital street,
Esquimau, having a Irontuge of thirty
feet, running bask to an alley way in the
rear.
—ALSO—
Water Lots! Water Lots'
POSITIVE SALE.
We have received instructions from the
owners to sell on the above date.
All those pieces or parcels of land
situate on Wharf street, Esquimalt
hnving a frontnge of 3i feet on Wharf
street, by a depth of 100 feet, and known
on the Town Maps as Lot sixteen (Iti),
together with all the improvements
thereon.
—a I jo—
Royal Hotel Property
All those pieces or pnrcels of land
situate in tbe town of Esquimalt, aud
known on the maps thereof as Lots Nos
34, 85, nnd 36, having a frontage each
ou Wharf street of thirty (W) feet, thence
runniog back into deep water (with all
the privileges thereof), together with the
improvements thereon, comprising thc
Royal Hotel, Restaurant aad llowliug
Alley, with all the premises necessary for
carrying on the hotel business. Tbe
whole is now rented at the low rental of
Fifty Dollars per month. This valuable
property will be sold either as a whole or
in separate lots, to suit the wishes of intending purchasers
Maps of tbe   property can be seen at
onr office.
TERMS—Twenty-five per cent, on the
fall of tbe hammer, twenty-five per cent
as soon as the deeds  are  ready.   The
balance can remain for one year at one
per cent,   per   mouth   interest,   with
mortgage on the property.
N. B.—This is one of the best opportunities tbat baa occurred since 1858 for
investment. The fact of tbe contemplated
graving dock and Government buildings
(commencing) will necessarily enhance
this and all properties at Esqoinialt at
least from 300 to 500 per cent., within
three months from the date thereof.
The   Anctioncrs   invite   all parties to
view the property prior to the sale.
ACTS OF SALE AT BUYERS' EXPENSE.
J. r. DAT1ES, & ro.,
an 9 Auctioneers.
HERMAN  SHULTZ,
—AT—
His Well Known and Old Established
•Stund
Th? Government st. Boot Store,
lint just received  per steamer
A   FINE   ASKORTMKNT   OF
Ladies' and   Children's   Shoes,
Wliicli lie offers at » wfjf low i>ri< e.
Receives by curb  steamer from   Kuglanti and
Sau   Kruiici»co
BOOTS     Sc    SHOES
FlXEfcT  AM) BUT QUALITY,
FRENCH   LEATHER,
SHOE     FINDINGS,
At prices to correspond witb lbs times,
au 12
Li tlie Supreme Court of Civil Justice,
Vancouver Island.
In Bankruptcy.
Wednesday, the l«t ol Anaust, lSOC.
Tl/HEREAS, A PETITION FOR AD.IUDI-
Vv cailon of Bankruptcy, bearing dale ilia
31st day of July lust, has b'-cn duly filed by
William Parsons Saywttrd, Charles Kent, and
Edwarl Wilson, againat JOUV JOfiBPH
MECREDY of View Mrcet, Victoria, Carpenter, and tbe said John Joseph Mecredy, baving
been diily declared and adjudicu'ed a Bankrupt, is hereby required tn surrender himself
to His Honor Joseph Needliam, Chiel Jugtico
of the Supreme Court of Civil Justice alure-
snid, on Wednesday the ljlh day of Aujuat
carrent, at 11 of the clock iu the foreeoou precisely, nt the Court House, James ti:»y, Victoria, and make a full discovery and disclosure of his estate and effects, when and where
the creditors are to come prepared to prove
their debts, and at the first sitting to choose
Assignee:, and commence tbe examination of
the bankrupt, and at the last sitting, tlio
Haukrupt is to finish bis last examination.
All persons indebted lo the said Bankrupt,
or have any of his effects are not to pay or
deliver tbe same but lo Mr. Daniel Lindsay of
Covernni>-nt slreet, tbe Official Assignee appointed, aud gire notice to
JOHN    COPLAND,
Bast'on street, Victoria, V. I.,
Solicitor to tbe Petitioning Creditors,
au 5-td
Belief  for   the   Afflicted.
THE INTRODUCTION OP
i
Pe^ry     Davis'
Vegetable Pain Killer
To the Suffering  Humanity of this Age
has relieved more pain, and caused more
real joy than any other one tiling that can
be named.
IT   13  AN
Invaluable   Remedy.
Onr first Physicians   use it,  and  recommend
its   use;   tbe   Apothecary finds   it   first
among Ihe medicines culled fur, and
tbe wholesale Druggist considers
It  a leading  article  of his
trade.     All the dealers
in medicine speak
alike   in its favor; und its
reputation as a medicine of great
merit und virtue is fully and permanently  established,   aud  it  is  the great
Family Medicine   of tho Age.
Every Volunteer should have a bottle, in case
of sudden ultucks of Disease.
Tnkcn Internally, cures
Sudden Colds, Coughs, ic,
Weak Stomach,
General Debility,
Nursing Sore Month, Canker,
Liver Complaint,
Dyspepsia or Indigestion,
Crnmp ami pain m the Stomach,
Bowel Complaint,
I'aintors Colic,
Asiatic Cboli'ra,
Diarhuia and Dysentery.
Taken externally curoa
Felons, Boils, anil Old Sores,
Severe lluriis, nnd Scalds,
Cuts, Bruises und Sprains,
Swelling of the .loints,
Ringworm and Tetter,
Broken breasts.
Frosted Feet und Chilblains,
Toothache,
Pain iu the Face,
Neuralgia and Klieiimali.-ui.
Taken internally, should bo ndclterated
with milk or water, and sweetened with
sugar, il desired, or made into a syrup
with molasses. For n COUGH and
Bronchitis, a few drops on fcugur, eaten,
will be more effective than anything else.
For SOHE THROAT, gurgle the throat
with a mixture of Puiu Killer and water,
and the relief is immediate and cure positive.
St&~ It .slionld not be forgotten that
ihe . Tain Killer is equally as tood lo
take internally ns to use externally.
Each bottle is wrapped wilh fell' directions for its use.
Prices 25 ceuts, 50 cents k $1 per bottle. ********
mt
«■■■
(gbtning   Crltgnqjjj.
WEDNESDAY EVENING, AUGUST 15,1866.
I hi:   political   situation
IK i:,m;i.imi.
Tlie present or ratW the Into session
of tho English Parfianfent (for onr recent telegrams miiiouuciJ its prorogation)
will he remarkable for tire introduction of
iircasnirs that arc bound in the course of
time to-chw«ge tbe whole character ot the
Constitution ef Great Britawi. 11 ie first
great blow at the hereditary influence
ihut Ipteipawi itself Vtwern the people
and their hainpinesa was nimed by the
leaders -of the lteform party. TIks «(lbrt
failed ; \nt tlie results of the Tail-ore will
be mere potent than would huve keen
the tW.is tf {'..rliamentary sneeess. We
already tee *e marshalling tf the
maases; tlw assembling ef three hundred
thousand men in the metropolis clamoring ihreateumgly for ,politicul power.
The Tory ■GOTumuieut, in trepidation,
attempt to arrest the .inor-emeiit-and issue
proclamations against assembling in the
public parks. Tbe people do assemble, in
spite of Ibe proclamations, and 'tho telegram briefly informs lis that riots ensued,
This is but the beginning tf the struggle
ithat is now imminent in the 'mother
country—a struggle betwoen helpless,
neglected, starving humanity on the one
side, and powerful, callous, luxurious humanity on the other—between'tbe'masses
of th« British people and those wbo have
■been ruling England, not for the benefit
•of the many, but for the aggrandisement
of the few. The men who have ignited the
spark of rabid discontent—who have
aroosed revolutionary feelings in the
breasts of the hungry millions, are not
those who, like Bright, Gladstone end
Mill, warned the ruling classes of the
danger thut lay in ignoring the legitimate
demands of the people, but those who,'
blinded hy rank and vonily, showed themselves not •' wise in time," and refused
tlie small modicBtn tf power 86ked for.
It has been  the min  of dynasties, of
oligarchies, of every •description of human
iwwer, the not knowing when aad bow to
yield.  History is one continued repetition
tf uncompromising rulers and revolution
It ie sometimes the temporary insanity of
those in high places not to see that when
a collision takes' place between the governing and the governed, thc former must
give way.   There is more truth than most
people are ready to admit in the enunciation of the Russian despot thut there are
bnt two systems of rule—absolutism and
democracy.   The rule of one man or the
rule of the multitude.    When a political
crisis occurs in any country bringing the
government nnd   the people into collision,
tbe question that has really to be decided
is whether it is democracy or absolutism
that is to have its way. All Governments
must assume  for convenience sake more
ur less tbo form of absolutism, but when
nny great principle is at stake  the Government in  a country calling  itself free
must come down to pnblic opinion for its
guide.   If it does not—if on the contrary
it arrays itself against that opinion there
is but one result—revolution.   Thn great
intelligent feature of the British aristocracy  has   been  the   relinquishment   of
power when there wns dunger of its being
demanded by the people.    Hence  when
other aristocracies of Europe have been
subjected  lo occasional   humiliation and
violence, tho aristocracy of Great Britain
has been able to maintain  its equilibrium
during popular commotion.   Bit by bit tbe
hereditary assumption of political  power
must  cense in every country that hns
within it the germ of progress, and wise is
it for that class wbich takes its stand on
privileges granted iu the dark days of the
world, to yield in proportion to the pressure that is brought against it.   In England, fortunately perhaps for all  classes,
tho pressure can   be  regulated,  and  an
undue strain on the constitution prevented,
by paying attention to the political safety-
Talve.     When  popular indignation increases in intensity, the only thing thut
ciin prevent an explosion is a proper vent
for   the  dangerous   element ;   and  this
Gladstone   and   his   political   brethren
wished to provide.   The aristocratic phalanx, however, thought otherwise.   They
were of the opinion that the more  the
steam was compressed the safer it was for
the   boiler,   and   they   have found   the
result   of   their   policy  in   riotous   assemblages    and     gunpowder    plots.—
So   much   for   their   wisdom.     In   a
little   while   tbey   will   be   obliged   to
grant through fear what they refused on
petition ; and in  all probability a great
deal more tban was originally asked for.
Wbile we are compelled on general principles aud for the sake of law and order
to denounce tbe nse or threat of physical
force in tbe agitation for political power,
there are, it must be admitted, instances
where something more than merely moral
suasion is necessary to accomplish the
object. At all events it is gratifying to
see the English people show sneb vitality
on tbe Important question of tbeir political
rights.
The Liiiiil quretlon-
EuiToa or thi Kvmiko TtLr.oKAi'ii.—Sia:
Although "E.G. A." in the Chronicle hat
modestly a>sumed the position of instructor
and guide, he has told as nothing that has not
hecn more ably told for the last eight years
on tbe Island. There are besides some very
exceptional points in his scheme. He desires
to throw open all tbe lands in the colony to
pre-emption and purchase.
Now, if purchase without occupation and
-cultivation is allowed, the choice spots will
be picked out by speculators, in hope of finding some one to make a prey of.
If purchase is allowed without occupation,
tire best class of pre-emptors will not come in,
'because they want neighbors and a community
established where they settle, and purchased
lands may never give tbem either.
Supposing a purchaser to buy with a bona
fide intent/ion to cultivate and occupy, he may
die, aud bis ultra sacred landed estate descend
to a Te'lative in India, Atrica or Australia, and
tbe land lie waste ad infinitum.
Yours, Ctn.oMST.
New Advertisement*
New Advertiser 3nts.
Notic3 to Consignees
vjTIK BARK RIVAL, BLAIR, MASTER,
1 from San Francisco, will commence discharging to-morrow morning at the Hudson
Bay Company's wharf. Consignees are requested to call at the office of tbe agents of
the vessel, pay freight, and receive orders for
their goods.
All goods left on the wharf after five
o'clock will be stored at the risk and expense
of the owners.
au«5 PifCKETT * CO., Consignees.
Queen Charlotte Coal Mining Co.
{LIMITED.)
Notice cf General Meeting.
AN EXTRAORDINARY MEETING OF
MiareholdcN of this Company will be heW
in tho office of the Company on Friday the
21th instant at 11 o'clock A.M., in accordance with a requisition of the Shareholders,
Which may be seen at the Company's Office,
and to obtain the authority of the Company
to issue the 0 shares.
J. S. WILLIS,
Corner Broad and TronnccsU. 1   „
August 14th, 1866.        / »ec«'«y-
au 15-ta
2STOTIOE.
DURING   MY   TEMPORARY   ABSENCE
at San  Francisco,  my   brother,   Peter
Matthiesscn, holds my Power of Attorney.
Dated Hotel St. Nicholas, Government street,
Victoria, 14th August, 188C.
au 15 N. C. MATTHIESSEN.
Wanted   Immediately
'WENTY    COAL   MINERS     FOR   BEL-
LINUIIAM BAY.    Wages $4 per day,
with families preferred.
Apply to ALLEN FRANCIS,
»u 10-lw U. S. Consul.
1
Men
PIANO   RAFFLE.
A SPLENDID SQUARE PIANO WILL BE
Rallied for next Thursday, August 16th,
at the Alhambra Saloon, corner of Government and Yates street, at 8 o'clock in tbe
evening.
Tickets $2—Can be had at the Saloon, or
at Mr. Sandrlo's store, Government street,
au 12-td
RED LION HOTEL,
GOVERNMENT STREET.
'THE   ABOVE-NAMED   HOTEL   HAVING
JL  been opened by
JOE
He will be happy to meet his  friends on all
occasions, an   will furnish tbem with
the best of
Wine?, Liquors, Ale, Porter, &e,
and Cigars.
BOARD AND LODGING PER DAY, $1,
t®~ Bagatelle and Skittles.
Call and see tbe establishment.     JOE presides and keeps order. au 10
A  YOUNG   GIRL FOR LIGHT HOUSE-
work, and to wait on table.
Apply to
MRS. ZINKE,
Yates st., between Government and Broad.
hit
FASHION   HOTEL
MP
Concert   Room.
The only Place of Amusement in
Town!
rpHE   UNDERSlOJfBD HAVING LEASED
L   these  well  known efUblii-lnneuu, beg*
leave to announce tbat they will be
Be-opened on Saturday, July 23.
The former Milliard Hal bas bwa i unveiled
into a Concert Iti-om, where may always Ik
found attentive and obliging aite/idaats.
Best qualities  of Wines, Liquors, and Cigars served by the proprietor in person.
okas, noon
|gj- Anmsalo* Pan. jy -''■
New   Advertise mtiiis.
J.   NAGLE,
Shipping Mi ster and Commission
Agent*
/-iREWS SUPPLIED AT THE SHORTEST
\J Notice—Goods ru!ter»<l and cleared at
the Custom House; Manifcais, Charter Parties,
aod Bi Is of Sale made out. Vessels bought
or sold. *
(68~ Several small Vessels far sale or
charter.
Ovucs—Bastion strpct, near tbe Police
Barracks. jy!7
CARRIAGE   PAIBTTING
IN  ALL ITS BRANCHES,
Yates Street,
Between Deluge Engine House
and the International Hotel.
Work solicited, and done on tbe most
reasonable terms by
W. M. KEOHAN.
au 2-1 tn
J.    SPENCER,
HOUSE AND SHIP
PLUMBEB,
Gas fitter and Bell-hanger,
Corner Tates and Government streets
AH branches of the above business practically don* with neatness and despatch, nt
charges to correspond with thc times.
nu6
ISTOTIOE,
MARTIN    BROS.,
IMPORTERS  OF
Groceries and Provisions,
FIUEPUOOP BUILDING,
LATELY OCCUPIED BY L'HOTELIER k Co,
WHABP
STREET,
au S
Dissolution of Partnership.
rpHH PARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE EX-
JL isting between Rubbbt Hbniiy Stonk and
IISNiiv .ItliHMi: as Hotel-keepers at " Thc Old
Flag Inn, Nanaimo, has this day been dissolved by mutual content. The business will
in luture be carried on by tho sad Robert
Henry Stone aloae, wbo will collect all outstanding accounts and pay all liabilities of
the late partnership.
Witness,! R. II. STONE,
Jos. McCtuau.       HENRY JEROME.
Nannimo, August 3, 1866. au 5-lm
Mrs.   Hein
KEEPS   CONSTANTLY  ON  HAND   THh
latest fashions ln
IM I Tu Tu 13ST E IR Y ,
—AT—
Prices  to  Suit the  Times,
GOVERNMENT    STREET
Between Port and Ilroughton. auT
L.    BETTMAN.
DEALER IN DRY GOODS,  GROCERIES,
BOOTS AND SHOES, A., Ac, ke.
ti It Olympia, W. T.
IFOR.    SALE
THE   RIGHT,   TITLE,   AND   INTEREST
in Land known as R VIII.  8 20, Qunm-
ichan  Distric,  and R VIII,  S  1, Somenos
District, iu all about 100 acres, situate ln the
Cowicban Settlement.
For particulars apply to
JOHN GLASSEY,
Bastion street,
tu 9-lm Opposite Sheriff^ Office.
Wanted.
WANTED A FEMALE SERVANT.
Apply to
MRS. DAVIES,
aub Fisguard Street, near Gov't.
Everett's Exchange,
STORE  STREET,   V. I,
'THE PROPRIETOR RESPECTFULLY IN-
1 forms his friends and the public that he
has opened bis old stand in Store street, where
he will keep' as before the finest quality of
WINES, LIQUORS, ain« CIGARS.
Come and see.
au 3-lm       PAT. EVERETT, Proprietor.
TOBACCO PLANT
ARRIVAL OF ANOTHER CARGO FROM
Virginia & Cuba,
VIA 'ASPlNWAI.r.,
Or the Hast   Celebrate J Brands or
TOBACOO   &   SEGARS
EVER IMPORTED
Samples can be had at the "ADELFH!,"
corner Yates and Government streets.
Arrival of a fewmore Plants
by the " California."
1&- Office of C. P. Green's Victoria
and Esquimau Express.
' r, ciJiPBKti,
auz ADELPHI SEGAR STORE.
NOTICE.
HardlBread * Hard Bread!
STORE  ST.  CRACKER   15AKERV.
Best Quality of Fi'ot Bread at 6  I-2c
per lb., or $5 per box delivered.
Navy st 5c per lb., or $4 per box do.
Butter at 9o per lb-
Soda at 8c per lb.
Wm.   Moncks,
au K Proprietor.
IP-    O'lDWYEIR
IMPORTER    AXD    WHOLESALE
DEALER  IX
Oregon and California Flour,
Middlings, Bran. Grain, Eutter,
Lard, Provisions, etc,, etc.
Families und the Trade supplied on thc
most reason ublo terms.
No. 40 Government street,
XEAR CORNER OP FORT.
ti '-9
Sea Baths ?  Sea Baths!!
25 cents. 25 cents,
THE  UNDERSIGNED   BROS  LEAVK TO
inform tbe public that he has established
a first-class
Salt-Water    Bath-House,
Jtoored just above Douglas Foundry.
Tf. B.—Bathrrs taken to the Ilath-lintise freo
of charge, by boats from tho foot of Johnson
street.
jUj?" Between the hours of 1 nnd 4 p.m. the
Bath-house will b« open for ladies only.
jy is
JOHN    RE1D.
NEW   WESTMINSTER
GAME   DEPOT,
75TA.TES   ST.,
Next door to the oomer of Onrcrnmeot,
opposite Zelner'i Drag Store.
riMlE BUB8CR1BR HAVIXd MADE AR-
1      riiiigemeuts  to  receive   from   different
parties the produ e of the Island and country
will be prepared to lurnisb „  t
Game,
Fish,
Fruits,
Poultry,
Eggs   and    Vegetables,
fatt  ami  ull in their senson, at the lowest
prices.
JttjjT Fraser River Salmon by each steamer.
JAMES   ALLE*.
h 3I-Im
IIAVANACfGART
LEWIS' &   ANTHONY,
TOBACCONISTS.
47 Tates St., Brick Store
Next to Corner of Government St.,
BEO TO INFORM THEIR FRIEND9 A1W
tne pnblic In general that they will constantly rereive by every steamer a good as-
sorimi-iiini Genuine Havana Cigar*
and the neat Brands of Tobacco,
imported direct for this market, so that they
arc able to .omnete with any hruse ou this
Island, either Wholesale or Retail.
N.   B—Special   attention will ba paid  to
Counlrv orders.
HUMAN LEWIN.     |    LOUIS ANTHOWT.
as 2
A. & W. WILSON,
Hou3e and Ship Plumbers
CAS FITTERS,
BELL-HANGERS & TINSMITHS
FORT   STREET.
All orders promptly attended to
so 2
REMOVAL!
The Business of
THOMAS  WILSON k GO.
Re-commenced    on
MONDAY,    JUNE    19th
In their New and Commodious Store in
ik/r^soirsria   h: .a. L i*,
GOVERNMENT      STREET,
(Opposite the Bank of British Columbia,)
WITH   THEIR   USUAL
WELL - ASSORT ED    STOCK,
INCLUDING
Goods received by last steamer,and comprising Silks, Shawls, Printed
Cambrics and Dress Materials of every description;   Long
Cloths, Sheetings and Quilts;   Velvets, Tweeds,
Lace Curtains, Damasks, Reps,Chintzes,
Gents', Ladies'and Children's
Hosiery and Gloves;
Trimmings, &c. jy 3
LONDON     HOUSE,
May 30M, 1866.
Our Importations for the present season are now
complete by arrivals per EXPRESS this morning,
and the extensive shipments now landing from the
EASTERN CHIEF
Our DRESS, MANTLE, SILK, SHAWL, MILLINERY, LACE, HOSIERY, DRAPERY, FANCY
and UPHOLSTERY departments are now replete
with the newest and choicest goods. Either Wholesale or Retail customers will find this the best stock
we have yet offered.
LONDON FIRM,
J. P. Tunstall Oo.
VICTORIA}T. I.,
J. H. Tnrner|& Oo. The Marriage of an Ea»t India
I'rlnce.
The Gnlcowar of Baroda lias recently
taken nuto himself a second wife. A correspondent of tlie Bombay Gazette, tli—
Kcribiog the marriage ceremonial says : —
His Highness wm got up in the highest style of Eastern fashion, and all in
yellow, Ihat being the correct color for
the occasion, A perfectly tight-fitting
jacket and continuations, together with a
quaint head-dress, of a shn|»e between u
mitre aud a beehive, gave a brilliancy to
bll appearance which was absolutely tliiz-
tling ; and the occasion and the glowing
yellow reminded the devout beholder ol
the "sun, which coinelh forih n» u iirnle-
grooiu out of his chnmber.'' Mis High-
neis mounted a remarkably line homo,
apparently of a bay color; I tu »|'-
parently, for he wus so hidileu under this
finery that Im wus uliuost invisible. Thc
suddle cloth was especially gorgeous, of
brocade, and kiltlun), or cloth of gold
The Uuh'ownr, having settled himself
down in bis scut, led the wuy, followed
by the Rnglisli gentlemen ou elephants,
and ull Ilie nobles of thc court und retainers. The streets Here of course lined
wilh iron >s—ihe Highlander*, the Khaki
Regiment und the IMIrs ; uIski the cavalry. The latter find that the elephants
somewhat discompose their runks in the
narrow street, for the horses are not partial to thesfi big plncid looting puchy-
derms. The procession passed on its wny
winding through the ciiy like a green
nnd gilded serpent, at leust to ihe highly
imaginative and poetic eye, till it arrived
at the britlnl abode, which wjs very
tastefully ornamented and fated op.
Close by this little pulace, the English
gentlemen letired to a house where refreshments were provided lor them—a
<vtry needful measure, as the heat, dust
and odor inseparable from a Baroda profession in the month of April, were most
oppressive. After a little while they
were summoned to the presence, and now
vfor tho first time appeared the bride,
.modestly and tliickly veiled, silting on a
•basket. Thc bunds played, the guns
'thundered a royal salute, the soldiers Hied
a feu de joie. I am not yet sufficiently
acquainted with the meaning ot the peculiar ceremony which was then enacted to
be able to give you a proper account of it.
It was very curious, 'ihe bride, as I
have said, sat on a basket, and her royal
lover sat iE front of her, apparently holding her feet. Fine cords were then wound
round tbe two contracting parties, which
I conclude to be symbolical of the indissoluble nature of the bond between them.
'ihe thermometer of civilization hus not
reached divorce points iu Ouictw^rce yet,
jis far its I can learn, but I hopo some
■day to be able to give you a full, true
and particular account of the forms nnd
obligations of a Maruthi marriage. Presents were liberally distributed by His
Highness. The Nineteenth N, I. received
sweetmeat money, and the detachment of
artillery were feasted, after wbich dancing took place in one of the barrack-
rooms fitted up for tbe purpose.
A Family Fahtv—During the short
conversation of which this wns the substance, Germanicus had moved slowly up
tbe gravel walk ;  and Paulns of course
attended him, listening nnd answering, not
sorry besides to put some spaco between
himself and the unpleasant Jewish group.
By the time they had finished  speaking
they bad arrived opposite the couch where
Tiberius, Antonia,  and  Agrippina were
seated, witb Germanicus's child, Caligula,
as we have  described, occupying u low
stool in front of his mother Aggrippiun.
Close by, leaning against a pillar, stood a
joutta in the uniform of a centurion, who
had a most determined, thoughtful countenance.   On the approach of Germanicus, he briskly quitted his lounging attitude to salute  his commander.    ' Young
knight,'  said Germanicus to Paulus, ' let
me make you acquainted with ns bravo n
youth, I think, as can be found in all the
Roman legions ; this is Cassius Cliicrias.'
'Who, father,'   nsked  the  child  Cali-
Iftila, ' Is the brnvo youth, do yon say ?'
' Cassius Chrcrias.'   ' Are you so brave V
persisted tbe impudent child, shoving up
his bandage impatiently, and disclosing a
truly disfigured and malicious little face.
' 1 can't ice you, or what you  nro like.
But I think I could make ynn afraid if I
wns   the   emperor.'   The man   destined
hereafter to deliver mankind  from  the
boundless profligacy, the wicked oppression,  and the  insane, raging, Incredible
cruelties of which il was daily the miserable victim by killing Caligula the emperor,  looked steadily  at   Caligula  the
child, nnd snid not a word.    • I  should
liko  to feel your sword,   whether it is
heavy,' pursued the child.    ' Give it me,'
und he started to his feet.    ' Silence, pert
baby,'said Germanicus, pushing him buck
into his place.    'It  seems to  mo,'snid
Augustus, looking round, and  there was
nn instantaneous hush of generul conversation ns  he did so ; ' that  ve  have represented around us Europe, Asia, nnd
Africa.    Young  Herod and  his friends
may connt for Am.—Dion and thc Hgbils,
by Miles Gerald Kerni,
The politeness of Charles II. was remarkable, and he could convey u rebuke
in ihu 8iyle of a wit and a geutlcniun.
When William Penn stood before him
with his hat on, the king put off his.
' Friend Charles,' said Penn, ' why dost
thou not keep on thy hat ?' ' "Tis the
custom of this place,' replied the monarch
' that only one person bliould be covered
at a time.'
New Advertisements.
THIE] IFIOISTEEIR,
ICE CEEAM,
—FROM THE—
PACIFIC TELEGRAPH HOTEL,
13 AGAIN IN TIIE FIEI.P.
T
'HE   PROPRIETOR   la    PBIPABKD   TO
supply, AS ii.suitl, bis cuaiuiiHT*, purlici,
balls, etc.,nt moderate rates.
PACIFIC TBLEtiltAPn HOTEL,
nu 3 Sioi c street.
For Sale Ex Camden,
Hii-lelUr, llorker, and An^o-turVBItlrr",
Orrgou lidcr In bfcls. and tain,
1 lartl In ta»ks, half-tasks and tascs,
SaaCerne and California lllille Wine,
I Kuril Alrohol  90 O.P.,
Eng. Cllqnot, 'liiimii and  llollrngrr Chant-
pngnr,
And In '-tore an  assortment of llr.indy
and l.lqnors suitable for the trade.
«©- Depot of Havana Cigars.
nu 0
EUOKNE THOMAS,
Yates street.
The Colonial Market
JOHNSON'   STREET,
'(orrosirn    ouikxtal    am.kv,)
Will bo rc-opencd on
Saturday,    August     4th.
The market will be constantly supplied
with the best quality of articles required for
the family table. fresh supplies received
daily.
an 1 N. V. LANGE.
WARM WEATHER!
ICE!  ICE!   ICE!
*     UIUimY  WITHIN THE  REACH  of
t\ nil, supplied by
\lex.  piiir^L.ii't";,
FORT STREET,
To say nothing about Ginger Beer, Lemonade,
or Soda Water with it.
The way to keep cool.
an 3
The "Grotto,"
OPPOSITE THE TELEGRAPH OFFICE.
For a glass of choice liquor go to the
"Grotto,"
There " soke hut the best '' you  will
find ia the motto.
Mint Julep", Sherry Cobblero—everything
cooling ;
Come ye that do thirst, you will find its
no fooling.
&u 2
Alhambra
BILLIARD SALOON.
coitSER i;«vi:ii\ni:\T jwd yates srs.
UP-STAIRS.
New Advertisement!*.
UNION HOTEL,
Corner Bastion and Langley sta-
Miscellaneous.
THE rooPBRTM pi:si'i:i:tkii.i.v Informs Ibe public,  tlint   the Hbo»c   named
Hotel   is   new   upi-o    for   the   rrteplion   of
Hoarders.
Terms :
Board and Lod^in? per week    $10 00
Board without Lodging o,W
The Hotel
Is loaned in the in„st central purl of the eiiy,
being in ihe immediate vitioiiy of lilt, principal limitless linuses, ihe Theatre und other
places of amusement in the ci t r-
The Table
Will he supplied with all the delicacies Ihnt
our markets afford.
An early application is necessary a« only n
limited number of Imnnleri will he taker, it
being Ihe intention of Ihe Proprietor to do all
in his power to promolo the coralort of those
who tony favor hi in with their pntruuage.
REFERENCE  KEttUIREB
T. II.  Ve I'AN'.V, Proprietor.
Victoria, V. I., July 30lh. 1BU6. jy .10
Miscellaneous.
A   Triumph   ot    Science
—AND—
TIIE  LIGHT   OF   TIIE   WOULD
DR. MAGGIEL'S
PILLS   & SALVE.
Thf«« L'tn-ttWittir rftmfttlej nr* now, fnr thn flr t
tlmr, if vi i pnlil «ly to tli • *v r d.   Kor ottt n<|uaiter
<U itnlury ofprl. ate practice tlio iugre.iiuiin iuilnse
Life-Giving Pills
n.i?" >*<n u«d  with tlio jrreitent   success.
'iiH-i <ii   ii  n t on y   in   invent  iis"»
Ttu
<ni"i 'ii li n t on y in irt-vent «-||"»m", but to cure
Tliey ►e.ircli ou lAi nriortl dmI*4Im by which lli«
patient in suffering, and ^-invigorates V «< ailing
tyttlHsa, T i tilt* u/ed nn*\ infirm a iow doses of these
valuable I'ILl,8 will, rove to bu
A V£RY FOUNTAIN OF YOUTH,
K'T in vvrry ca«e they add new life nu-i vitality, ami
est in* the w ii.r'c «'n ,fK\v . to their r rivtiue suite. Ti
the \onng hii I mfidl * ; ged tbi-y uili prne most in
vain He, a* a  rei y, specific ami sterling nii-dlcin<'.
i «re it h dream   n-ahzt.il. ill tt 1' -t!• ■ !."• >n   snn^lr
for thren hundred yearn a^o, and never fund, hp
look'tl Torn l ut'taiii that Wuuld re«turu th« old to
Vigor and make youth evex
An Eternal Spring-!
It wni left for ihld d-iy nnd hour tn realise tho drenm,
and phtfV in one glorumi fact the magic that u ade
it fair.
TUESE FAMOUS  REMEDIES
Cannot iliv the (lipht «ryeai«, hut they can force back,
aii''hold nloof, dineaHei ilint tn[;titlri inpli over thn
itt,' <1 and the ynuu{. l<et w no hu«itato then, but
avtka Iho fav..ruble u|fpotiitnlt^ that uflbris Wfien taken
as preieilb'-d—
For Billious Disorders
NothinLTAii he tnnrt> jKoiluctiee of cure than theso
1'iHi.— rin'ir atmoMt in .(fie influence In felt at o<w;
and tint iimuI CtiK- luitanti of thi* un it <li*l rciiinif
dUttM aro ninoVfd* "I'lif-t: ii imilii'* aro made irom
the i>oreit
vegetable: compounds.
Entrance on Yates Street.
nu 3-lm
WILLIAM   LYONS,
- AKIl—
Commission     Agent,
On tlio Corner of
Wharf and Johnson Sheets.
nu 3-2in
ALICE   BROWN'S
FANCY   TWIST
SMOKING TOBACCO
JUST RKOEIVEI) AT
Together wilh somo fine
HAVANA. CIGARS DIKECT.
Also oo hand
Wine Sip, Peach, Apricot, Mary's Own,
Light Pressed, Natural Leaf, Buffalo
Tongue, and Atlantic Cable
Tobacco.
 .____ an H-lm
Dissolution  of Partnership.
'PHK PARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE EX-
A ietlng between Jnmes Grahamslaw and
Thomas U. Morris, Coniractors and Iluil<l<-rs,
has been dissolved by mutual ron.wiu, Mr!
Morris having retired from tho business, which
will bo carried on by Mr. Grahamslaw,
All persons indebted to tho firm lire ro.
quested to pay the same to James Grahamslaw
nnd claims against the firm must bp presented
"illiiu fourteen days from this date:
Victoria, V. I., July v;,^ iiM_        jv_,-
Th )• will unt  h
u i be  . i
ill not harm Iho rnufll delicate female, and
I • li Willi gnoil elltict in preacrlbwl dene* tu
text ImIil'.
Wanted to Borrow
StiOO    UO!L>I-,A.-FLiS
Os rntsr-otAflfl ibal estate bb-
curili'producing $ii't per montli. The
money would be taken lur OM year nt 1 \ per
rent, per month.
Kor puPlieularJ oiiplr lo
A.  P. MA IX.
ni 2 Govi l lilu-iit ttm tt.
WILSON  &  MURRAY,
GKOCERS,
ProvUon, Wino k Spirit Murclmnts,
BAKERS  & CONFECTIONERS.
MM ST., VICTORIA, V. I.
SHIPPING    SUPPLIED.
Sporborg  & Rueff,
COMMISSION  MEB0HANT8,
Importiirs nnd Wholesale Pcnlc"s in
GKOCEKIES, PROVISIONS,
Boot! and Slioi'N,
Wlmrf strent, Vidoiin, V. 1. nrri
Chains and Anchors.
TWENTY, TONS CHAIN
Short Linltcd and proved from J to \
AND
ANCHORS,
From 20 to 800 pounds.
thn yoOBf
For Cutaneous Disorders
Ami all .nr ti.il.nl Ihe akll'. Mm SAI.VK I. mnat In-
rtltnUe. Il l.i.i n t li..«l ..lamally almii', bul |»'lir-
lr>la. wilh ih.- inii.i . arclnnif ill ... la Uui ui i ruot
n.'ihe evil.
DR. MAGGIEL'S PILLS
luviiriably cure the following Discuses
Aelliina,
UhwbI Cniniilaintt.
JOoiiJthii
Obtdit,
Clirit Di-enaex,
CoutiVfiitgn,
D;f-pipsi«.*
Diirrhf*.
Dropijr,
Ilfbililj-,
.  „ Fever ami Art *\,
Wtfi'lnolie,
Indtf t*Unn«
InBii'frift^
Iiillnnimrffion,
Inward \V>nkne««,
Li-r-r Cinn(ilaint,
Lowi.ei» of ."ii'iritu,
lUogvoris,
R!ieum*t'siii,
tiait (>)>eum,
Scaltl.%
Skin Pi-t'.i^pB,
*VB" NOTICE.— Von^fcenrinn withnnt the Rnirriirert
trade-mark »round o.uh pot or box, signed b> Tift. J,
MAt.Clfc]„ 4:i Fiiiton Btrt't-tj New Vork, to counterfeit
irhirh 11 tel-uy.
IKS- SeM by all reipectnble IValprs in Medicinpi
thiuuirh"iil the United SiAteH aud Camda—at £> ceutn
per *x)i or jiot.
A. C. Langley & Co.,
Agents for Vancouver Island oud British
C'olnniljia.
hi
h W
For Sale by
PHTBE M'QlTADE,
Wlinrf street, Victoria.
spvAJsrrr^iJD
rplIRKK H0ARDKR3  AT $S PBIt WKMK.
J.     Thc best the murket can nil  jiluccd
on the tuble.    Applj nt the
UKE HIVE   HOTEL,
jy 30 Foit street.
Miscellaneous.
PRIVATE   BOARD.
Board  'with  Comfortably
Furnished Bed-room,
Six Dollars per Week.
YATES   ST.,
Next Door to  the  Anglo-
American.       jy-'.r>
BRITISH    PERIODICALS.
Jesse  Covrper,
AVIiuli'siilu und Retail Dealer in
BOOTS AND SHOES,
LEATHER,
—AND—
SHOE    FINDINGS,
"STA.TES    STREET,
OPPOSITE WILLS, FARGO A Co.
At the old stand of Webster <fc Co., il
prepared to supply tbe wanta of tlio
public in hia line.
The Latest Stvles
Received hy every arrival from Englnrc1
iiml Ban FniiK-isfo.       . twxi'J
The London Quarterly Review (Conservative).
The Edinburgh lleview (Whig)
The Westminster Review (Radical)
The North British Review (Free Church)
— AND—
Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (Tory)
Th« Toir RtVleVI  re-f'uWinliril  by U«t«rt, FCOTT it
Co., art' nnerall* to fldtred m tba Oiwt H-vimvi,
anil Ithirkwood hiu decn jntily ptatii-d In thr eauie
rank. Whoever tllcpftnM'H Willi r* tiding piiMfciitloriH of
(Jii« cl.-fH,. Wlinhu'f r II1HV tin b|4 '"ii.t.iI i hI'm hi , l ui'i,
w'<i\ toon Ito altoif<!tln'r heliind tli'-tiim* in whieh lie
liven—iHd in tlimtf times a pmrtoonty loon !."-i Vtry
far bohlqJ, Tlu'y ni»y he rt-a-1 and studleil with a !-
vantnue hy the pet>|»lo oi* 1 In-- eo<i>liry, of every creed
and party.
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tin- Jatu civil Waft, DOW l-i'iiij; wiltleii hy i}.\. Von
Hurlce, ftOoimtnoBeor, chief, ^tnd toGvn. J. fi. If.
I tuart, of thti Confoderate ariny,
TKItMS   FOlt   I860.
For any mi"  of the RtfltWf fl per annum
Kor (tut two of l lie Itev le Wit    7 "
F'»r nny Ihref of Ibt l<e?lewi 10 ''
Kor all four of Ifcff BffUWl 13 "
F«a ltlankwn"d'i Maifmln* 4 "
Tor MMfeMOl ond vM ll»vl.w  7 *'
Kor  Mho kw< u.i and any Iwo of tho   U<-
vl«w 10 "
Kor Itlarkwo.d and three of th« ltevle»>..18 "
for IllickHood and the four linviewi 16 "
CLUIl S.
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nf fnur or BWrt pW»ii«. Tims, f.nir C'ploa of
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Illackwood, l'ur$48, and noon.
POSTAGE.
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u lackwooh," and but eiyht centi a year for each of
the ilcviewa.
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Ine Xorth Brilish ttotn January, 18'Vl, to Pocemher,
1^15, inclusive; the fjtinburtjh mi>! the Westminster Iron
-p H, lsi.4, to Doeembor, 1896, inelu»iv«, and the
Ltrndan Qwrterip fox tin'year 18^5, at the rate of $1 60
a «Mr tor eacli or any i cvl"W.
US" A few noptea yetri'iniin ofo'I the four Reviews
Tor J863 at f4 n set, or fcl 60 for any one.
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Publishers, 38  Walker Street. A".  Ti
I., a &Co.,nlio publish the
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er
To pnil on or iitinut tbe first of August.
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K. «. MAUV1N,
jj'13 Wharf street.
THE  ONii  THING   WAM'EU.
HOLLOWAY'S PILLS,
The Blood.
These famous pills are so composed tBii
thej 0|iernte wholesomely on the slonwcli, the
liver, the bovrtls, and other organs; by correcting any derangements in their fnnctions,
whereby a steady supply of pure materials lor
the renewal ol the Wood is furnished, md a
constant abstraction of effete products is effected. This perfect circulation thus becomes
Ibe very fountain of health nnd life, and overcomes all form of disease wherever its situation.
dicneral Difto rderg of Ilie lUver
and  Moitiuclt.
All who ever indulge a' table, cither in cat-
ng or drinking, should take nhout ten of t!:»s*
famous pills at bed time, from which will ree
suit a clear head and good stomach Ihe fell 'W-
ing morning. Thousands of Ladies nre al-
ways complaining of sick headaches, want o
appelito, want of energy,and want of strength,
lo cotrect all these evils, three or four ot theso
Pills should be taken twice a week, wben Ihey
would give the invalid .ne health ami appclita
of a ploughman.
Female* ol' all Apes and Ciasae*
Obstructions ol any kind, either in young
or those between forty and filiy--tho most critical peiiod of life—mny bo radically remold
by using these Pills according to the prime*
directions wbioh accompany each boi. Young
persons wilh sickly and Bnllnw complem'ons
may havo ihe bloom of bcnlth restored by taie
collective, wi.ich purifies the blood and expels all gross nnd impure humors from thejys-
lem. Beware then of Ibe ciliicBl age from
forty to lilly, as it sends many thousands to
premature grave,—these Pills should be taker
ii that period of lile two or three tin.es   i'
icek
Haul   uf Strength and  l.suiny.
Persons of sedentary habits, or iboso troubled in mind, working In Factories or Coal
Pits, who cannot obtain that amount of freak
air und exercise which nature requires, suffer
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and want nf appetite. All such should take •
dose or two of tbeso Pills every three or fom
days, as ihey act gently and effeclnnlly on tho
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npputito, sound and refreshing sleep, nnd »
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Tho clliccy of Holloway's Pills in Dropsy
is extraordinary. They act with such a pocu-
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can ing this direful complaint, are per«eptibl
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accumulation. The suHorer regains a buoy,
iincy of spirits and reloices in a completely
renovated constitution. It Is indispensably
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effectually rubbed into the complaining par'j
during the whole course of treatment.
Children and their Allinentc.
In un country in the world nre more chlldrsn
carried tn an early grave than in Great Crliaiu.
Coughs, Measles, Scarlatina, Fevers, and other
jiscases attack the little sufferers, and death,
but ton often, follows at n rapid pare ; yet if
at the lirsl stage ot these complaints, parent*
acre to have recourse to Holloway's Pills, all
danger would bo avoided, for the stomach
nnd bowels woul'i oe gently bul effectually
cleansed bv this mild aperient; ihe depraved
nuniors correctea nnn tne secretions duly regulated. A perfect cure would toon ba effected, and the I'ttle patient restored to soun>>
health.
Holloway' Pi. t ve the best known remedy in thi
world fit tho following diseases:
Pol'l at tlie I KUbilshnient of Professor Holloway, 241
Strand, (near Temnle Bar,) I. nilon ; als" by all reaped
able llrugeiata and Dealers In Hc'dcinea throughout ths
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Aeue
Feiimlo  Irregular
Scroru.'aorKinff •
AKllimn
ities
Kvil
UillioiiaCoTnplalntti
Fever of all kindf
Sore Throatt
Fit*
Stone and Grave
Matches   ou   the
Cout
-enomlnry  Symp.
rWn
Hcml Actio
toms
Bowul complaints
Indigeatiot
Tio-Doloroux
Colics
Inflammation
Tumor*
Constipation of the
l.i ii in In ■<■
Uleers
flow* 18
Liver Complaints
Venereal      afl'Mi
Coi isii motion
Lumbago
tiona
Debilitv
I'iles
Wi .nn h     0 f   a
UropHy
Ithrumntlsm
ktnda
Dysentrv
Kit in i ion ef Urine
Weakness     from
Erysipelas
whatever crum
V*   Tlierc is   a
u on hi durable   savu
$  by   taking tlio
irirt'r niZ'iu.
Direotinns for tli
ffnidtiicu of patle
uti in every djior
dor an.1 afllxeit to <'i
eh box.
P'u.n iKD mid Published hy McClurk & Co.,a*
the oDicc, Langley Street.

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