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VOL. I.
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VICTOIUA,   VANCOUVER   ISLAM),   THURSDAY   EVOINfi,'  AUGUST   i)    1866.
NO. 33.
THE
"EVENING TELEGRAPH,"
t'l 'lll.WIIF.ll
E/erv   Evcniug at  4   O'clock,
(Saturday Md 8u'nday ereuingi excepted.)
also ivntr
SUNDAY    MORNING !
TEILMg OP  8UBCCKIPTION I
I'.r Atiiitini, in advance, hy mall, f 1.0 00
Kor .ix  montbt     6 00
I'nr W-ek, tmjable to Carrier,       26
Ingle Lvytm        10
For terms of Advertisement apply at the
Office. Langley 8treet-
IHlscellancouN.
A   ''ROW1'   IN  ItljTTEN-ftOW.—A   tlicO
little scene has been eoacted in the
fashiotuible drivo of Hydo-park, betweon
two gallant colonels^ end tlio matter hits
just been brought before the magistrate at
.MarlboroagliNstreet police-court on cross
8timmouM8. AfeweTimings sinco Lieut,-
ColotieK Knox, of the Scots Fusilier
Guards, was ridingi^ Hyde- park, anil
on reaching Rotten row lie took the opportunity, qf an opening in a striug of
curriiig<frj;tj> «Qdtavor &) pft38 through,
but Colonel Hicks, of the Italian service,
who was driving a wagonette, in wliicli
were two Indies and a volunteer colonel,
drovo ffeliberntely' on to him. Colonel
knox held up his " wbip-hand " to check
the near horso attached to tlio wagonette,
whew Colonel Hints struck at him wilh a
whip, and gave hint several blows on tbe
back. This was Colonel Knox's version
of the affair. Colonel Hicks said that ho
did not strike Colonel Knox at all, but he
struck one blow on tho horse's tail, as
Colonel Knoic's horse had ennsed his
horses to plunge violently. Witnesses
were called on both sides. The magistrate
considered the balnnoa of. testitin-iiy was
in favor of £3 on Colonel Hicks, the
summons against Colonel Knox being
dismissed.
The MinuiAOE ok Princess Helena.
At Windsor Castlo tho workmen are
busily employed in preparing the group
of stato apartments on the north side of
the palace, in readiness for the festivities
whieh will take place upon the occasion of
the wedding of the Princess Helena and
Prince Christian. The ceremony takes
placo In tho private chapel of the Castle
adjoining tho noble apartment kuown as
St. George's Hall, where a temporary
chopal has been fitted for the use of the
Queen and royal family during the requisite alterations in the royal chapel, and
whero a temporary wooden gallery will be
erected, in order to afford increased accommodation for such members of the
Court, diplomatic corps, and aristocracy
as may be honored with invitations to attend the ceremony. Of necessity the invitations to tho marriage must be limited,
as the chapel is only a building of the
dimensions of a moderately-sized room,
originally built simply for the use of the
royal family, the suite and domestics of
the household.
New Advertisements.
"ROUND THE CORNER"
IS THE NAME OF THE
IKTE-W    SALOON
Jl'.HT OrKNKI) I.V
Langley   Street,   round  thn
corner from Yates street,   -
In the building formerly  occupied   liy   the
Saloon of Kiikuiiauiit's Hotbl.
The Saloon lias lieeu tastefully refuted,
and will be supplied with the
FIRST   QUALITY   OF
Wines   and  Liquors.
The proprietor respectfully invites the public to cull "HOUND TIIK COUNKIt" and
judge for themselves.
COVEKNEENT   STIIEET    ENTRANCE — NEXT
door lo tho Telegraph Office.
j}29 .IKOIt    IIEKKIMRR.
Oriental Restaurant,
YATES   STIIEET,
In connection with the Oriental Hotel.
THIS   ESTABLISH!! KNT   IS   OPEN AT
ALL nouns OF Tin; DAY ok niuht
THE    T-A.BX1E
Will bo furnished with the best tho market
affords.
Breakfast,
Dinner,
Supper
At moderate prices.
Oysters   in   every   Style.
Private Rooms for Imull or largo parties. *
Cnll and judge for yourselves. jy 30-lra
THII
EVENING TELEGRAPH
NOTICE !        NOTICE !!
I.J1R0M THIS DATE THE UNDERSIGNED
L has concluded to reduce his price ONE .
HALF ; and hereafter the
FINEST WINES AND LIQUORS,
ALE,   BEER,  Ac, &c,
Will be served at the
"METROPOLITAN"
At TWELVE 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 Saloon, Store street.
jy2C
GENERAL
Job   Printing
ESTABLISHMENT
Langley Street, Victoria,
The   Printing   Office
or THC
A War-office return states that in the
last four years 113,242 recruits have been
raised for thc army, 21,019 being enlisted
by recruiting parties of the line, und
11,623 by pensioners. In tho same
period, IdiO men wore discharged from
thc militia for the purpose of being enlisted for tbo regular army.
Paget mcceeded in adjusting the eye of
a flea so that, by thc use of the microscope, ho was enabled to see objects
through it. It multiplied and diminished
every object. Thus a soldier uppeared
like an army of pigmies.
Dukedoms in France—Louis Napoleon
has created seven dukedoms in the second
Empire, two of wbich have already become
oxtinct—those of Malakoff and DeMont-
raorot. Count Walewski is the last recipient of thn honor.
FASHION HOTEL
ADD
Concert  Room,
The only Place of Amusement in
Town I
rpHE  UNDERSIGNED HAVING LEASRI)
L   these  well known establishments, begs
leave to announce that they will bo
Re-opened on Saturday, July 28.
The former Billiard Hall has been converted
into a Concert Room, where may always be
found attentive aad obliging attendants.
Best qualities  of Wines, Liquors,
gars served bj^t'paipi-ietor in peron.
CHAS. BROOKS.
• Admimmm Fbkf:. jy JO
In the- Supreme Court of Civil Justice
Vancouver Island.
THE BANKRUPTCY ACT, 1831.
T RICHARD WOODS, BEING THE CHIEF
1, Registrar of the said Court, do hereby
certify that on the sixteenth day of July, instant, a cerlain deed or Instrument bearing
date the 2Gth day of Juno last (180U) and
made aod executed by nnd between George
Jay, James Chestney Bales and David Browne,
Copartners therein described, trrdlng under
thc style or firm of JAY *; COMPANY of the
one part and Thomas Lowe therein described,
trustee for hituBolf and the rest of the creditors of tbe said George Jay, James Chestney
Bales, and David Browne of tho other part,
being a deod or instrument purporting to convey all tho copartnership estate and effects of
the said George Jay, James Chestney Bales,
aud David Browne to be applied for the benefit of the creditors of them the said George
Jay, James Chestucy Bales, and David
Browne as if they had been from the date
thereof duly adjudged Bankrupt, was on the
said sixteenth day of July and at the hour of
10:30 in the forenoon of such day brought
into my otlice for registration, and was duly
registered pursuant to the provisions of tho
Bankruptcy Act, 1861.
Given under my hand and Seal nf the Supreme Court of Civil Justice at James Bay,
Victoria, V, I., this sixteenth day of July, A.
D., 1866.
RICHARD WOODS,
Chief Registrar.
Rohkrt Bisnop, SoLtciTon,
Langley street, Victoria. jyl6
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
USTOTTCE.
Ill tlie Supreme Court of Civil Justice
Vancouver Island.
I3ST   B AJXTKHXrii TC"5T,
In re Jav k Co.
4 LL PERSON'S HAVING CLAIMS ON THE
A. above Estate are requested forthwith to
send in thesamo to Mr. James Chestney Bales,
Seedsman, at the Nursery of Jay 4 Co., Victoria ; and nil persons indebted to the said
Estate are desired forthwith to pay the amount
of their respective debts to the said James
Chestney Bales, whom the Trustee has authorised to receive tho same on account of the
said Eitale. ,,,    ■
ROBERT BISHOP, Solicitor,
Langley Street, Victoria.
Dated 16th July, 1S66. jy!6
THE OFFICE AIMS at lecnmg
such speedy Execution of orders ns is
consistent with correct and elegant Woik.
manship.
Orders received for Printing
NOTICE
GO-PARTNERSHIP.
BfJNtiTKR
HAS THIS DAY
ENTERED INTO
Partnership
WITH ALL LOVERS OP
GOOD   ALE!
jy 17-lm
ustotioe.
IT HAVING BEEN CIRCULATED IN TIIE
Town that 1, Ihe undersigned, have made
a Deed or Assignment for the benefit of my
Creditors, I beg most positively to assure my
friends ond the public that such is not the
case, or is it likely to be so, and I am still
prepared to execute all commissions, collect
rents, debts, kc., with my usual promptness
and despatch.
PARIS CARTER,
Rent and Debt Colloctor, General Agent, Ac.
No. 1 Fort St., Victoria V. I.,
jy20* Opposite "Thc Hall."
Miscellaneous.
m   ^
(sewing machines^
Will MW "11 linda oT clotli wilk ill tlni/Vf lun.'t"
ear 7»,o©o-®a
MACHINES  SOLD IN TWO YEARS
The almost incredible increase in the sale of
tbe Sinper Machine during the past two years
is owing to the popularity of the LETTER A
TRANSVERSE SHUTTLE Family Machine,
which wns introduced in 18C0, since which
time it has earned and established a repnta.
tion for family uses equal to the celebrated
manufacturing machines ol this Firm, which
are generally acknowledged, even by dealers
in other Sewing Machines, to be unequalled
for such purposes.
|gr NO OTHER Family Sewing Machine
has such perfect and improved appliances for
Ruffling, Hemming, Binding, Felling, Tucking,
Gathering, (Juaging, llraidia , I or og, (J lt-
ing, etc,
Bffi" All persons requiring nformaticn
about our Sewing Machines, their* i7.es, Prices,
Working Capacities, and the best method of
purcliasing,can obtain it by sending for a copy
of tha
SINGER   MANUFACTURING   COMPANY S
ILLCSTItATKD  rAWI»HLKT,
Which is entirely devoted to tho  subject.   It
will be sent gratis, with specimens of work.
Local Agents wanted in every Town.
WILLIAM       D  RICK
General Agent tor thc Singer Manf g Co.
ti*
THK GKEAT   KKM1.DY  OF   THE
AVE.
HOLLOWAY'S OINTMENT.
Th.   effect    ttt   the   Olnlinrnt   ■■    tli>
■r»tr«
To the very CO • ami rrntr* ot all  Ait •>•■
_n_j. .m ••'   *"%Btmtt*iB
preparation penetrate-, li disappmrs under
tbe friction of the hands, aa folt disappear!
when rubbed u^on meet. The ungueiit performs its healing errand rapidly, Stiffly, ami
without pair.. Simple erntninns open sorts, ■ ■ *
bard tumors, rcr.4u.oii. oevebipuienis of all
kinds, abcesses, cancer*, old woiines. and, iti
lact, every species of Jnflimniaiuin nnd sn|»-
puration, whether in tl e skin, tha llesh. thti
glands, or among the nuiclei, cmi lip .'.rrrsteb
in ill destructive course, nnd permanently
cured without danger by rubbing in this inei-
timable Ointment.
Bad    l>e£*.   Bad   Briautii.'   Kurt.,   and
I'Jt. ...
In many Hospitals in Europe this celebrated
remedy is now used for the cure o( old wounds,
sores, and ulcers ; in Spain and Portugal, and
io many parts of Italy, the first I'hysicinna irregularly prescribe its hbc. It is a lovemgr
remedy for bad breasts and bud legs; and like ,'W
wise for all skin diseases, il is to be feund in ■■ • r}ua
the chest of nearly every sailor, aoidier, uue
emigrant.
Imprndenofea   of   Vmii li : — Sore*   and
Liter..
The above class of complaints Is Surely re
coved   by   nightly fomenting the   parU witt
»arm water, aod then by most effectually rub
oing in this Ointment.   PeMonssuffering frot»
these direful complaints should lose not a mo
ment in arresting their progress.    Il should hi
understood that it is not  sullieient merely to
smear tbe Ointment on the  affected parts, bul
Il roust be well rubbed in for some considerable
time two or three times a day, that  it may ba
taken into the system, whence it will refnov.
only hidden sgre or would   as  effectually   a.
though it were palpable to the eye.    Bread and
water poultices, after the   rubbing  in oi tt
Ointment, will do great service.   This  is tht        SI
only proper treatment for females  in cases cl
cancer ln the stomach, or for those wbo (ufli^
from a general bearing down.
IMIe«, Kl.tulu., Stricture..
Blotches, analso swellings, can with certainty     ij4
be radically  cured   if the Ointment be  used
freely, and the Pills be taken night and morning as recommended in theprioted instructions        Q
When treated in atiyotberwny these complaint,
only dry up in one place to break out in an-
»iher: whereas tbia Ointment will remove tbe
humor from tne EyTtetn, aim icm.. iuv pun*..
\ vigorous and healthy beiug.    It will requir.
.ime, aided by the use of the Pills, to ensure
asling cure.
DtptherJa,   Bronchitis,  Bote   Throats.
Any of tbe above class of diseases may be
"ured by well rubbing the Ointment three
.nncs a day upon the skin covering the throat,
chest, and neck ot the patient. The unguent
will soon penetrate the pores and give immediate relief. To allny the fever and lessen iba
inflamation, eight or ten Pills should be taken
night and morning. Tbe Ointment will pio-
duce perspiration, wbich is so essential for
removing fevers, sore throats, nnd those oppressions of the chest which arise from
Asthma, Bronchitis, and othei  causes.
Both the   Ointment and   I'tllg   should
lie used   In the following Cases i
Rfi'l Irsrfl                 .fortif (Cjrns) Wimmntiani
Bad Broists             Cancers |:cslil.   .
Burns                      Cuatrscteit and.gum Ntpplei
Bunions                      Sll tt Joints >S. reTlinwt
Bitent MetehetoeBJKIeptinnti.ina .^kin riUou.
KlntuUh -curvy
I'mut - .1.' lu'.di
.lanilnlar    Swell llitmnr.
Um|
l.'imbiiuo.
I'ileg
Books,
Business Cards,
Pamphlets
Invoices,,
Catalogues
Bill Heads,
Sermons,
Trade Forms,
Reports
Circulars, (Plain   or
Rentals,
Coloured,)
Leases,
Hand   Bills. (Plain or
Law Forms of every        Coloured,)
description,
For Prices,   apply   at the  Office.
Langley street,
General News Agent
J. Stratman.
EMPIRE NEWS DEPOT
Cor. Washington & Sansome sip.
Han Francisco.
THS ADVERTISER ll prepared to lupply
wilh punctuality anil celerity the annexed
newspapers and periodicals upon the following
terms All orders, to receive immediate attention, must be accompanied by caBh remittance,
and handed in previous to the 4th, 14th, and
24th of each month.
London Daily Timffl $14 00
m       Th« Field....-  14 00
"       Ulmtrat«-d Time* „ 7 00
'<      Weekly Time*       7 00
u        Bell's Life in London 14 00
»       Weeklv Di«i'.uch 14 OC
"      IlLNew«oft).e World  1400
••       Public Opinion  T 50
•       Index (Freelrnde) .14 00
"       III.   Sporting News 8 00
"      Spectator  14 00
«'       R*»iew   J400
«       Saturday Review 14 00
Pnblr» Nation ♦.l'JOO
London llludiraifd News ,.14 00
Atlatt'c Monlhl; a 00
BlacVwoodVMnpazine +.. 8 00
*    frarperV Magazine u 3 00
Sixpenny Mag»ine .» 3 00
Knickerbocker « ,...**  .-'■■•'
Pacific M >ntMy. .- ..•"*.... 30o
GoderVUdle.»Rot.k..„ 3 00
Mniiral Hon 3 00
Continental Magazine. 3 00
Mudam iVmort'^t's Monthly y 00
F. I.i»fHe'*m*i»Kamily Magasinu ,3 00
Chambers' Edinburgh  oumal 4 00
Monthly   papcra, Ohoe a  Week, S 00
" "       AH tbe Year Round 5 00
Th^ckerat's CorahillMagaiine 60C
London Lancet t 6 00
3. A. SaVsTWpli: Bat tiOO
liomlon Society  Stagaxiiu- 6 in)
*t. James Mainline fi OO
MhtfcreghBerttfW 10 00
kon.lon   Bevtew 1000
forth British Re v*rw 10 00
yCeMnui-in Ke<M« 10 00
bnd'Mi am Journal lSQfi
MniP'i k   SiDtfluu^ Rag 10 00
iii Sand-Flies
pen-bay
ChicgG-foot
;ill!WVTH
Ch lipped Hands
Ulowf
Wounds
iVawB
Sold at t'-e EftablishmiMit ol Phopimor Honnwa
^44, strand, 1 M-nr TetMlk Bat), l^-nd^n ; also l.% a
/expectable Druggists uid Dealers in Medicinas ihn.iivii
out tbe ciriliied world, at tin- following puce* In. l),d
2. bd.   -1-  Oil.. II1*., t%i am! ?.;!►'., Otaji Put.
%*  There s a ooaitdlrablo saying by taklnpflif lar^**
lies.
N B.—Hirectfons f"r the guldnnre of pntienU   in  ev«
disordRr nre alllxed to ench Pot.
EXPRESS LINE STAGES.
*-|TIE OOACHKS OF THIS LIN'E Wlui.
X now run regularly, lanving Yule, L.i'.
on
MondiiTN,
WcdneftdnyN,
And liiilnys,
AT 7, A. M.,
FOU    S A V A N A ' S     FERIIV
(Wig Bend linutc), until the cotr.plc lion ol Ihe
roail, when lln'V will |_-o to SnvBnn'j hfrry.
The Coach lor Cariboo will leave Yale on
Monday.
jy 2 F. J. IUnWRD.
CHARLES    BERNARD,
Manufacturer and Dealer in
UL..
And Spices of all kiiul*.
No. 707, Sansome street, comer Gold,
Between Jackson nud 1'acific.
  J8fU
/'iri( Premium awarded by the Mechanics' In
stitute, for thc best Coffee and Sjiiccs.
Tho prop-ietor hivinj: introduced Steam
I Tower in his Mannfnctovy, hi :now inereniled ;
facilities to supply the trude «nd thc public ia
p"neral. All artic is Irom his Estnhlishment
are guaranteed to bv pure and unadulterated.
Tbe pnblic arersep?ct'ul!y hinted to call tm)
convince themselves Coun'n* orderspronjpl|j
attended to. j;-1 (gbriung    (L'Clcgoph.
THIRSDAY   EVENING,  AUGC8T 9, 186H.
COMMERCIAL.
MUPP1NU  1/K1 K i.l.l (,K\Ch..
KJHTUF VICTORIA. VANCOl'VKK    ISLAND.
mm>i
August !i—Sip Forest, Niokcrson, S«u Juuu
Sip Louisa, Cutler, Sau Juan
Nip Ocean Queen, Smith, San .loan
Sip Leouede, Smith,   Queen Charlotte   Island
Stmr Alexandra, Swauson,  New Westminster
CI.KARKIi.
August tf—Sip Forest, Nickerson, San Juau
Hclir Onsellr, (lollacer, Nanaimo
Hip Louisa, Cutler, Saauich
Stmr Alexandra, Swanson,  New Westmin-
Iter
Faox Quitis* (;eiaklottk.—Thu tluop Leo-
ncde, Capt. Hicks, came down from tho
Queen Charlotte Coal mine last niyh., bringing Mr. Brown aud six other miners aud Mr.
Cretney, of Fort street. Mr. 11. Lichtenstein wbo went up in the sloop, furnishes
us with a summary of the voyage :—Tlie
Leoncde left Victoria on July 3d und hud
liead winds all tbe way up ; arrived at the
mines on tbe 23d and left again on the 27th
meeting with calms and light winds all the
way down. Saw the sU'inner Beaver 'Anchored
al Lone-tree Passage on the 31st ; lighted u
schnoecr tho same day supposed to he the
Carolcna bound down ; saw schooner Propeller anchored at So<|uash ; 12 miles below
epoke the Goldstrcam At anchor, bound down;
she reported the Red Rover at Fort Rupert;
saw the Fideliter yesterday morning going
into Plumper's Pass. The Lconede brought
down two tons of splendid anthracite coal
from the new seam struck some time ago but
only opened about two mouths since. The
workmen have taken out about 7 tons, and
are now engaged running a tunnel 700 feet
lower dowu to strike the seam at that level.
The seam is about four feet thick and is perfectly hard and solid, requiring to be blasted.
Our infnrinant visited No. 2 Company's location bat found no one at work aud nothing
done of any account. TrRde on the coast is
very dull, the Indians being busy fishing.
BunUI Court.—The court was occupied
nearly all day ia tho case of Bank British
Columbia vs. L. liOwenberg. This was an
action brought "by the bank against defendant
as surety for Sjrati k Kriemler, for a sum,
besides interest of $3000. Mr. McCreigbt,
instructed by Ur. Jackson, appeared for plaintiffs, nnd Mr. Ring, instructed by Mr. Green,
for defendants. The latter pleaded freedom
from liability by reason of subsequent sureties
having been accepted for the demand nnd that
the debt had been paid. Thc case was going
on when we went to press.
Victoria Rin« Conrs —Squid drill for recruits on Tncsday and Friday, at 7:30 p.m.,
at the Orderly Room, James Bay. Young men
wishing to Join the Corps will find this a good
opportunity do as to begin tbe drills with th*
new members.—Third class firi"en Wednesday, at 4 p.m.—Second «I"»s firing, Monday
nnd Thursday, at t p.m. By order, i. Cordon
Vintbb, Lieutenant and Adjutant. August
4th. lw*
Canon Ciikkk—Robert McClcese, ono of the
discoverers of these diggings, writes along
letter in the Columbian giving a very favorable account of this new mining district. His
company took out $20H from a small piece of
ground, and have decided to commence hy-
drauliciug. Another company got 20 cents.
to $1 to tho pan, and are building a fine
ditch. Gold bearing quartr. is found iu
abundance.	
A Savaoi Dog. -William Savage, n colored
man, complained Ih tho Police Court this
morning, that his child, a little boy of five or
six years, had been bitten by a dog belonging
to Mrs. Cox, of Bluiichurd street. Tho magistrate postponed the case one day, to give
the owner of the brute au opportunity to de-
stioy it, and make compensation to complainant.
L1M.001T Diaomas.—Tbe Columbian publishes encouraging news from tbe diggings on
tiUloott river, Douglas Portage. Bench
diggings paying a bit to the pan have been
struck, and thero is much excitement. The
chief constable has written to Mr. Brew corroborating the statements.
Liicn Rivrr.—The Government havo appointed Surveyor-General Pcarse, Mr. Horn-
fray, end Ur. Tiedeman a commission to
superintend tbe completion of tbe ditch at
Leech river. We trust thc work will he pushed
on with tbe greatest vigor, as there is no time
to be lost if it is to be finished this season.
Tu» MAtowANsm Oases.—The action of
Sproat k Oo. v*. Solomon was decided yesterday afternoon in favor of the defendant. The
two other cases against Solomon nre, we understand, abandoned, and tho other cases
arising out of the affair have been settled out
of Court In favor of defendants.
Trial or tub Ailkord Murdrrrrs.— A
special assize will be held next Monday to try
the Indians accused of the murder of Edmund
Urin, a commission having been issued to the
Chief Justice to that effect.
*]f Jj] L JJ Q. J^ Jfk^ T> JT T Q,    l.u«t   • liance  Co. £>u ozs.    Tlie Uudrock
llrnin Oo. are pushing uhend their works.
SPECIAL TO TIIK mil TKI II.HIPII.
To-day's    Despatches.
Tiny ure now within 13j feet of the ("nri
.no   ('■i.'.s   up|HT   bliaft, but uie hindered
liy having to blast through hard betirock.
'groc.ik CHKK.
Hew Advertuviueute.
Mrs.   Hein
California.	
Francuco,   Aug.   9 — LeadinK J creek, ns   also   Stout's  Gulch,   Conklin's
KK
Uiest fashions in
San
bankers quote  coin drafts on  Atlantic ' Uulcb, Aniler Creek, etc.
Niw Coal Company.—Wo understand that
the Governmeut have sold 12,000 acres of land
at one dollar an acre, cash, to a San Francisco
company, who propose to open a coal mine
near Ootnox, and to expend $300,000 on the
iireject.    _^	
Mr. J. B. McMillan, of the Columbian,
recently of this city, has been elected a councillor tn New Westminster.
Administrator Birch arrived at Quesnel-
month on Monday evening last, and proceeded
to Cariboo next morning.
Tai Customs Riciiptb at New Westminster
for the last week were $5,733 41. Number of
passengers entered, 47.
For Niw Westminster.—The steamer Al-
tisndra will sail to-morrow at 10 o'clock.
cities, 2i ; Telegraphic transfers 3(«;4 per
cent.   OolJ bars, $n t0O8 10.
Arrived—H.M. steamer Sparrowhawk,
fre in K-i|uiinult.
Sailed—Schooner Mary Ellon, l'ugct
Sound.
Europe.
New York, Aug. 8—Steamer Java
brings dates to July '-IHlb. There were
further disturbances in London. A meeting iu Ilydu l'nrk for the 30th wns
called, it is ullcgcd by the consent of
tbe Government, bul I lie Ministers declared that no such consent Was given,
and warned the Reform League against
holding a meeting, The League determined to held their meeting, and the
Government assented to its being held at
Primrose Hill, declaring that the Koyul
parks should not be used until the question
of right was settled.
The truce in Germany expired on tho
27th, but was prolonged to August 2nd.
A /our weeks' armistice, commencing ut
attcr date, was concluded. It is announced that peace preliminaries have
been signed, und have reached Vienna
for ratification by the Kraperor of Austria.
The minor German States were not included in the armistice. Hostilities between them und Prussia continues. The
Ilavurians were defeuted by the Prussians
neur VVurteinburg.
'Ihe suspension of hostilities between
Austria and Italy commenced on July 29.
The Evening Post says the news by the
Java throws considerable light on the
Sibylline utterances of the Atlantic cable.
It will be seen that altbongb Prussia bad
concluded an armistice with Austria, hostilities wilh the minor German States
were not suspended, consequently the
Prussians advanced into liavaria and
fought a battle at Wnrtemburg, in which
the Bavarians were defeated. Here the
cable comes again to onr relief, announcing that simultaneously with the occupation of Wurtcmburg tbe Bavarians had
been permitted to enter the Prussian city
of Mayence, one of tho most important of
the old Federal fortresses. It lies on the
bank of the Rhine, undoubtedly in that
part of the provinco which is to form part
of the Germnn Confederation ; it is at
tho north-eastern extremity of the new
Confederation. As it lies directly between
the Prussian forces in Bavaria aud the
Rhine province, its occupation is conclusive proof that, thu war is over, an J stupid
Bavaria bus consented to terms that
Prussia is henceforth omnipotent in south
as well as north Germany. T'.ie gravitation of the independent southern Catholic
states into northern Protestant powers is
only a question of time.
Tbo Times says : With Wnrlemburg
and portions of Batlcu and Bavaria in his
hands, the King of Prussia can nfford
calmly to await any overture the French
may have to make.
Tho change in the tone of public opinion
was very perceptible in Bavaria, Wurtcm»
burg and Baden. Most sensible people
begin to understand that Prussia being
backed by the good will of the whole
northern people was so unquestionably
stronger than the south that resistance
was useless.
CAIUUOO   \i:hs.
The Columbian has news from Cariboo
to August tith, from which we condense
the following :
Cauidoo, August 2d—John Loverton
alias Liverpool Jack had been imprisoued
for one week with hard labor.
Cariboo, August 0th—The election on
Friday resulted iu the return of the following as a Mining Board :—W. Hazel-
tine, John McLaren, Samuel Drake, Jas.
Anderson, C. Booth, J. Burdick, Angns
Hardie, J. S. Thompson, 11. R. Monroe,
J. B. Wilkinson, Dr. Foster, Henry
Conlter.
On the 3d inst. Mr. James Anderson's
house, Catnerontown, was robbed of $200
and a $300 gold watch. Six Chinamen
had been taken np on suspiciou but nothing
found on them. The cabin of Mr. A.
Monroe, of Catnerontown, was also broken
open.
A challenge has been given by George
Wilson, the Cariboo champion, to any
man in the colonics of British Columbia
or Vancouver's Island, to fight him for
$2000 a side.
WILLIAMS CRliEK.|
The Cornish Co. cleaned up on Saturday nbout 100 on. The Cariboo Co. for
week, 80 ozs.;   California Co. 43 ozs. ;
Many claims are doing  well on this  ^/3 I Xj Xj IZST E "R^Z" ,
—a 1 —
Euil the Times,
A Chinaman Drilling on Keiihley's
Creek had been lined §2.r) for mining
without a licence.
The Davis opposition stage got in on
Friday afternoon for the lir.»l lime.
A wagon load of fn sh 7egelubles raised
at Qnesiielmouth, arrived here yesterduy,
and were retailed at the following prices :
Potatoes, new, 40c per lb ; turnips, 20c ;
cabbage, 40c ; onions, 7oc ; beets, 35c ;
carrots, 50c per bnnch.
Qua^Kl 1., Angim Tib—Two Chinamen
entered the 13 mile house ou Saturday
Inst to buy some provisions, und seeing
some monev iu tho bunds of the proprietor, Mr. Wallace, one of the  rascals  re-
Prices   to
C.OVEIlN'MK> r     STK
ReiUf-n Kurt nnd Rro'ighlon.
nu^
Jn tin  Safin im- < 'ottri nf Cicil Jtot'ti t-,
Vancouver Isluml.
In  Bankruptcy.
Wednesday, tbe 1st of Anguit, 18S6.
HKREaH, A PETITION FOR ADJITD!-
cation of Bankruptcy, bearing dnle tha
3l«i day of July lusl, lias been duly tiled by
Willi.mi I'ariout .Si) word, Charles Kent, and
Kdwnri Wilson, against JOHS JOSEPH
MErRKTlY of View Mreet, Victorls, Curpen-
ler, nnd the said John Joseph Mecredy, having
w
turned and  ;reachcron-ly  assaulted  hiuu been duly declared and_ adjudica'ed a Bank.
1 rupt, is hereby required to  surrender  himsell
behind his back, giving him two sevejr>
blows ou the head with a hatchet... A
third blow having glanced, the vSllnin
drew a knife and followed up the nttuck,
when Wulluce, who hud been confoended
by the sudden attack, turned on him,
wrested tho knife from hint and plugged
it several times into his breast. Wallace
then left for Quesnel, but was mot /oy a
packer in a state of exhaustion and conveyed to town, where his skull win found
to be fractured. On proceeding to the
scene of assault the Chiuuman wi/s found
dead.
Iloi.i.ow»v'8 OlSTIIMT and Pills.—Effectual Aid.—In the snd time of sickness It is
cheering to know thnt a remedy does exist,
nnd ihat it can be procured at a little cost.
Holloway's Oiniment and Pills are invaluable
in relieving pain, reducing Inflammations,
and regulating disordt-red actions. They
never can be misapplied, nor can they under
any circumstnf.ces cause mi.-cbief. Taken in
appropriate doses, they arc a blessing to the
rich, when suffering from indigestion, gout,
■kin diseases, 4c , and a boon to the poor
when struck down by illness. Holloway's
medicine should be in the possession of all
soldiers, sailors and emigrants, who will then
be in a position to relieve pain and eure
disease when medical assistance cannot be
obtained.
Alexanubs's Gloves—Messrs. J. H. Turner
k Co., London House, have received to-day,
by Express from Paris, a full assortment of
Alexandre's famous kid gloves, for wbich
they are the sole agents in Vancouver Island
and British Columbia. *
New Advertisements.
Everett's Exchange,
STORE   BTKBMT,   V. I.
'I'UE PROPRIETOR RESPBOTFLLLl IX-
L forms his friends and the public that he
has opened his old stand in Store street, where
ho will keep as before thn finest quality of
WINES, LIQUORS, and CIUAR8.
Come and see.
au3-lm       PAT "EVERETT, Proprietor.
Wanted.
w
7-ANTED A FEMALE SERVANT.
Apply to
MRS. DAVIES,
au5 Fisguurd Street, n»nr Gov't.
ALICE   BROWN'S
FANCY   TWIST
SMOKING TOBACCO
JUST RECEIVED AT
A.   F.   KEYSEB'S,
Together with lome fine
HAVANA. CIGARS DIKECT.
AIbo on hnni
Wine Sap, Peach, Apricot Mary's Own,
Light Pressed, Natural leaf, Buffalo
Tongue, and Atlanta Cable
Tobacco.
au t-lm
J.    SPENCER,
HOUSE AND SHIP
F Xa XJ HJT. B S3 IR ,
Gas fitter and Bcll-hai','rr,
Corner Yates and Government streets.
AU branches of tho above business irar-
tically done with neatness and despatn, at
charges to correspond with the times.
ait
NOTICE.
to His Honor Joseph Needham, Chief Justice
of the Supreme Court ol Civil Justice aforesaid, on Wednesday the l&th day of August
current, at li of the clock in the foreeoon pre-
ciifdv, at tbe Court House, James bay, Victoria, and make a full discovery and disclosure of his estate aud effects, when and where
ihe creditors are to come prepared to prove
ihcir debts, and at the first silling to choose
Assignees an l commence thc examination of
the Ritnkrupt, and at the last silting, the
Uankrupt is lo finish bis Inst examination.
All persons indebted to the said Bankrupt,
or havo any of bis ell'ecls nre not to pay nr
deliver tlie same but to Mr. Daniel Lindsay of
Government street, the Ufficul Assignee appointed, and give notice to
JOHN    COPLAND,
Bastion street, Victoria, V. I.,
Solicitor to the Petitioning Creditors.
-td
THEATRE
Photographic Gallery
(UP  STAIRS).
'I'HIS GALLERY, LONG AND FAVOR-
1 ably known to Victorians and strangers,
hus facilities in the way of light, materials,
4c, and the experience of the proprietor enables bim to furnish Cartes de Visite, Ambro-
types, and photographic work ot superior
5nish unequalled by any other house in town,
and at as low paiccs as 0111 mi establishments charge for common and inferior
pictures—in fact at prices to suit the limes
Cartes de Visite i - - $5 per Doz.
Out door work attended to nt short notice,
and on the most reasonable terras.
GEORGE   ROBINSON,
au 0 Proprietor.
TOBACC! PLANT
JUUttV All   VJ   mmill—>   *A**nn  t'tkim
Virginia & Cubaf
via 'aspikwali.,
or Ihe Most   «>lebratrd Brands of
TOBACCO   &  SEOARS
EVER IMPORTED
Samples cun be  had  at tho " AIIKI.PH',"
corner Yates and Government streets.
Arrival of a few more Plants
by the " California."
86T Office of C. F.  Green's Victoria
and Ksquimalt Express.
F. CAMPBELL,
au2 ADELPHI SEOAR 8T0RB.
Wanted to Borrow
S500     DOLLARS
ON   FIRST-CLASS   REAL ESTATE   SB-
curity producing S<50 per month.     Thc
money would be taken for ono jear at 1} per
cent, per month.
For particulars apply to
A. F. MAIN,
an 2 Government street.
WILSON   &   MURRAY,
GKOCERS,
Provision, Wine & Spirit Merchants,
BAKERS & CONFECTIONERS,
FORT ST., VICTORIA, V. I.
SHIPPING     SUPPLIED.
* i 2
MARTIN    BROS.,
IJirORTERS  OF
Groceries and Provisions
FIREPROOF BUILDING,
LATELY OCCUPIED BY L'HOTELIER k Co
WHAEP      STIIEET.
au 6
Dissolution of Partnership.
rilHE PARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE EX-
_L isting between Robert IIfskt Stone and
H»kry Jerome as Hotel-keepers at " Thc Old
Flag Inn, Wanaimo, has this day been dissolved by mutual consent. Tbe business will
in future be carried on bj tha said Robert
Henry Stone alone, who will collect all outstanding accounts and pay all liabilities of
the late partnership.
Witnessi R. H. STOXK.
Jos. McCu-ke.        HENRY JEROME.
Nanaimo, August 3, 1866. au 5-lm
Sporborg  & Kueff,
COMMISSION   MERCHANTS,
Importers and Wholesale Dealers in
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS,
Boots and Shoes,
Wharf street, Victoria, V. i. nu'2
CARRIAGE   PAINTING
IN  ALL ITS BRANCHES,
Yates Street,
letween Deluge Engine House
and the International Hotel.
New Advertisements
I Relief   for   the   Afflicted.
THE OrrBODCCTMW OK
I* e »• r y     Davis'
Vegetable Pain Killer
To tlie  Suffering   Iliiniuniy of tbis  Agn
lias relieved  more |><i", nml ri»«Hi| mum
real joy tbuii any oilier one Ihiug that can
be naineiJ.
IT  is At
Invaluable   Remedy.
Our first Physicians  nse it,  and   recommend
its  use;   tbe   ApotheiRrr iinds   il   first
among the medinni-* <nl)«d for, and
the wholesale loug^i*! courid-re
it a  leading  nrlicle of his
trade.      All ihe dealers
io medit in*- Bpfak
alike  iu iti fn-
vor:iii'd its
reputation us a medi'-ineof grent
merit and virtue is fully aud permanently  established,   and  it  is  the great
Family Medicine   of 1h«*  Age-
Every Volunteer thoul I hare :i bot'le, in rase
of sudden attacks of Disease.
Tuken Internally, cures
Sudden Colds, Cough*, &c.,
Weak Stomach,
General Dehility,
Nursing Sore Month, Canker,
Liver Complaint.
Dyspepsia or ludiL'rstion,
Cramp and pain in the Stuiuncli,
Dowel Complaint,
Painters' Colic,
Asiatic Cholera,
Diarhcca aud Dysentery.
Taken externally enrea
Felons, Boils, and Old Sores,
Severe Burns and Scalds,
Cuts, BruiBes and Sprains,
Swelling of the Join's,
Ringworm and Tetter,
Broken Ureasts,
Frosted Feet and Chilblaius,
Toothache,
Pain in the Face,
Neuralgia and Rheumatism.
PAIN "kILIjEII,
Taken internally, should   be   a di: Iterated
with  milk  or water, and sweetened with
sagar, if desired, or made   into  a   syrup
with   molasses.    For   a   COUGH   and
Bronchitis, a few drops on Sugar,  eaten,
will be more effeotire than anything else
For SORE THROAT, gargle the throat
with a mixture of Pain Killer and water,
and the relief is immediate and cure posi-
ll<e. '
*&" It should not be forgotten that
the Pain Killer is equally as eood to
take internally as to use externally.
Each bottle is wrapped with full directions for its use.
Prices 25 cents, 50 cents k $1 per bottle.
ICE CREAM,
—FUOM THE-
PACIFIC TELEGRAPH HOTEL,
IS AGAIN IN THE FIELD.
'PHE PROPRIETOR IS PREPARED TO
1. supply, as usual, his customers, parties,
balls, etc., at moderate rates.
PACIFIC TELEGRAPH HOTEL,
au 3
Store street.
l    YO0HG  GIRL  FOR LIGHT HOUSE-
X work, and to wait on tabic.
Apply to
MRS. ZINKE,
Yates St., between Government and Broad.
Dissolution   of  Partnership.
THE PARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE Existing between .lames Grnhnmslmv and
Thomas O. Morris, t'onireetors and  Ituildera, ■
lias  been  dissolved   by mutual  consent, Mr.
Morris having retired from the business, whicb •
will be carried on by Mr. Gr.ihum.-Unv,
All persons indebted to the firm aro rr.';
quested to pay thc same to .lames Grahamslaw,
and claims against the liim must be presented .
within fourteen days Irom this date.
Victoria, V. I., July ^Slh, ltjiitl.        jv2r»
L.    BETTMAN.
DEALER IN DRY GOODS,   GROCERIES,
BOOTS AND SHOES, k., ke., ke.
jy H Olympia, W- T.
For Sale Ex Camden,
IVork   solicited,   and
resonable terms by
• 11-lm
done   on   tbe most
W. |L KEOHAN.
Hostetlcr, Docker, and Angostura Hitters,
Oregon rider in bbls, and cues,
Claret In casks, ball-casks and rases,
gauterne and California White Wine,
French Alcohol 90 O.P.,
Fng, cilqnnt, liumiu and Bollcnger^fhaih
pngnr,
And In Store a fine assortmen       Brandy
and Liquors suitable lor   h   Trade.
*&• Depot of Havana Cig-arB.
nta
au 6
EUGENE THOMAS, .
y»lis ilrceu ^*nnm
(gbtning   ftthgrapb.
•
I
j
x.
THURSDAY   EVENING, Al'GbBT It,   lBtKt.
THE   COLONY   AKD  THE   m-
i'i:ui4i. govekxmewt.
We have, wo think, clearly enough
ihoirn, what no person acquainted with
our population could for a moment doubt,
that the people of these colonies are eminently iUfd to govern themselves. The
question that now nrises is—Would the
country be benefitted by iho assumption
of such power f The svalluees of our
population is, as we huve ulrcatly shown,
tbe great bat fallacious argument against
it. But what, might we ask tho worship-
pen of gubernatorial dictatorship, hus
made our population  small but bad and
irresponsible government ? and what will
vuuiiuue   to Keep It buihii uut tare   --
inevitable cause ? This is no blind theory;
tbt history of nearly every British colony
attests its truth ; for whatever slothful-
neai marked their early progress, so soon as
responsible government was grinted they
advanced almost with magic strides.
Wherever the people are kept out of the
circle of Executive power, the country
shows s feebleness and want of enter
priae, and outside populations avoid it.
No one thinks of emigrating to a despotically governed country, no mutter what
allurements nature puis forth ; for the
very good reason that in this advanced
age ibe enlightened citizen is not only
unwilling to submit to any trammels but
those of his own creating, but he knows
that progress is bnt the development of
man's individuality, and tbat any system
«f government that does not givo that
individuality tbe utmost scope tends in
proportion to destroy tbe energy and the
enterprise of the inhabitants. We hare
living facts before onr eyes. The most
prosperous countries in the world are
those io which the inhabitants have most
to cay in the Government, and the most
retrograde are those in wbich they have
least participation iu public affairs. If
there be exceptions to this rule, they are
exceedingly rare. Under no circumstances, however, can we Gnd a country
retrograding tbat has a popular form of
Government—showing olearly enough that
freedom is the great cause of prosperity,
And despotism or irresponsible power the
great "cause"of stagnation or retrogression.   Wo cannot shut our eyes to these
truths nor escape tbeir inevitable results.
We may go on finding new gold fields, or
new coal seams, unfolding additions to
our already large stores  of undeveloped
wealth, but they will be almost unproductive on our hands ; we shall get little
or no influx to our population, and those
who do visit our shores rill become disgusted with our lawsand our institutionf,
as   they have   been  in   the past,   and
will   leave   a   country    w/iero   nature
tempted   them    to   stay    but    where
irresponsible    government   had    placed
a    worse   than    primeval    curse.     It
il   sheer   twaddle   to   talk   of putting
"shoulders to the" wheel,'' to develop this
thing and to help   that j   our  exertions
will be as fruitless uuder our present system of government, ns if they   were   expended on staying the tow  of tbe tide.
The great blunder is wasting our energies
on small things.   One-ha.f tho  vigor we
have displayed in matters of minor importance would have got us a  united colony
with a popular government   long   since.
The sentiment of   British   Columbia was
•nd ii all but unanimous in our favor, and
yet we have allowed Seymour to  distort
tha baling of the neighbouring colony to
onr serious detriment.   Let us fling away
local, differences   and   unite   witb   tbe
people of the mainland to securo the same
form of government   which   has   raised
every other British colony to a position of
prosperity  and  importance.   Let us do
this   at   once   and    obtain    fiom    Her
Majesty's Government a distinct declaration   whether   tbese  colonies   ere to be
ruined by appointees of Downing street,
or governed  by tbe   people   who   have
given them what vitality   they   possicss.
If tbis response proves unfavorable let us
adopt the dernier rtttort and petition H?r
Majesty to allow us to make  terms  with
tho Government   at   Washington.   The
last petition may   fare   no   better   than
the first, but it will show  to the world
that the Pacific colonies of Great Britain
art io discontented with the role  which
tbt mother country bas forced upon them
that tbty are willing to sever  British
connection and become part and parcel of
the American Republic.   The mere announcement of each a thing would create
a great deal more interest io our welfare
than Her Majesty's Ministers feci nt prfea
ent iu> lined tu beslow, aud would be a
fitting retaliation for the worse than neg"
lect with which we have been treated.
Every ooe knows, aud none better than
the men who guide the destinies of Great
Britain, that it is sentiment, uot interest,
which makes us cling to—British rule ;
that did we fotm au integral part of tlio
Repabiic to-morrow, every industry that
the country is capable of maintaining
would come into play, every scum of coal
would be worked by energet'o cupitul-
ists, immigration would Immediately How
into tbe country, our streets would be
crowded with people, reul estate would
rise beyond computation, and instead of
business being listless and stagnant, tbe
trade of the country would become endued
with bustling activity as if touched
by the magician's wand.    There would
turning away the man who was willing to
invest in productive enterprise with the
cry tbat the Crown lands question was
still unsettled, no redundant official element eating up the hard earnings of the
population, no outrageous extravagance
in the Government of tbe country, no
irresponsibility in the manogement of
public affairs—and last not lenst, no customs duties to meet onr coal and other
productions when they attempt to enter
United States territory. These are briefly
some of tho advantages which would
result from onr connexion with tho Republic—they nre advantages known hy
our Downing street rnlers ns well as by
ourselves, and yet we have shown a disposition hitherto to sacrifice our material
interests for tbat thread of sentiment
which connects us so intimately with the
mother country. It is a thread, however,
which will not bear much further strain,
and it may be just as well to tell Her
Majesty's Government of the fact, in order
to prevent any more serious blunders in
our colonial rule
New Advertisements.
For Portland Direct.
THE FINE SCBEW STEAMER
CAPT. M. C. ERSKINE,
Wiil  sail from Iirodrfck's  WJmrf, for the
abovo port, on
Mnn
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M,
carrying freight and passengers.
For particulars apply on bnnrd, or to
J. P. COUCH, Agent,
au 9-td Wharf street.
FOR     SALE
THE   RIGHT,   TITLE,   AND   INTEREST
in Land known as  R VIII.  S 20, Quain-
icliim IMstrie , and R VIII, Somenos District,
in at about 100 acres, situate in the Cowichan
Settlement.
For particulars npplv to
JOHN GLASSY,
llnstion street,
au 0-lm Opposite Sheriff's Office.
Anniversary  Festival
GERHilli'sTlG HEREIN.
THE FIFTH   ANNIVERSARY FESTIVAL
of tho above Societv will  ho  held next
SUNDAY, August 12th »'t Oak Bay.
Tickets enn bo hnd of tho Committee, J.
SHil, H. Rudolph, H. Hnbermchl, Wm. Loliso,
John Backer, A. W. Pfcifcr. nuU-td
TxroTiaE.
Hard Bread i Hard Bread!
JJP.Davies&Co.
ti'cr*u:nts t\& foau«:o\ mkuuiivts.
Silrsroom. rtrt'.tronf tinr Riilldlni.',
U'karf M., n*nr >:it.-.
Thursday. August KS,
CIIY & ESQUIMALT
PROPERTY.
Wo art instructed by the Mortgagee to Mil
BV PUBLIC AUCTION,
A.T 'SALESBOOM
'VtfAltF STREET.
THURSDAY, AUGUST 16,
AT 14.O'CLOCK MJUn,
FORT m im StREET 1'HOPEIITY,
All those, certain pieeci or parcels of
Lend in the City of Victoria, V. I., and
known on tin Official Map of the same
as Town Lot< Nos. 72 and 04 in Block
J3, sitnate on Fort and Kane streets between Douglas end lllnnehnid, having a
frontage on Fo/t street of Sixty (00) feet,
running back Tvo Hundred und Forty
(240) feet, front.ug on Kuii3 street Sixty
(On) feet, less the easterly half of Wilcox
street, being a strip of Ten (10) feet from
Fort to Kane, enhancing the value of the
property by huv^ug tlireo frontages, (the
buyer having the right to close the ten
feet at hi« pleasure) together with all the
improvements thereon, which comprise iu
part the firstcluss two story Brick Build'
ing on Fort street known as Wilcox's
Hotel, containing on the upper story 1
good size rooms, the ground Boor hus 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 lias 4 rooms and kitchen,
tho other having only 3 rooms. The
whole to be sold in one lot.
\, ..    Advi riisi'iiiriils.
■p.   O'idwy-BR
(Ml'OBtER    AXD   WHOLESALE
DEALER IN
Oregon ^nd C?.lifornix Flo; r.
Middlings, Bran, Grain, Enter
Lard, Provisions, etc,, elfi-
Familiis und the Trudu supplied ou the
most reasonable terms.
No. 40 Government street,
NKAR CORNER OF FOKT.
ti**
Sea Baths^  Sea Baths!!
25 cents. 23  cents,
rpIIB UNIIKIISICNBI) BKM I.KAVF. I'll
1 inf..nn the public tbat be has established
a firBt-cluss
Salt-Water    Bath-House,
Moored just aboro PooKlns Foundry.
N. II— Bathers taken lo the Biith-hniisc free
Of charge, by bouts I'ruin the foot of Julniscm
street.
DGajT Between the hours of 1 and 1 p.m. the
Iluth-bousc will be open for Indies only.
jy is
.ioii\   iti:in.
TO
TERMS EASY.
—ALSO —
BE SOLD FOR CASH
J.   NAGLE,
Shipping Mf ster and Commission
Agent-
M
pBBWS 8WPPMED AT THE SHORTEST
\J Notice—Goods entered and cleared at
the Cnstotn House; Manifests, Charter Parties,
and Hi Is of Sale made out. Ycssels bonglit
or sold.
|gy- Several small Vessels for sale or
chorter.
iHnii;—Bastion street, near thu Police
Barracks. jyl 7
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 per box do.    .
Butter at 9c per lb.
Soda at 9c per lb.
Wm.   Moncks,
au 8   Proprietor.
RESOLUTIONS.
AT A SPECIAL MEETING HELD AT
Deluge Engine House, No. 1, August G, 1866,
the following resolutions were unanimously
adopted :
1—That a resolution of condolence on behalf or Deluge Engine Co. No. 1 ho offered to
ihe Widow and Friends of Mr. John Wriggles-
worth, late n member of this Company, on
their recent melancholy bereavement, viz.
Resolved— That it is with feelings of the
deepest regret that wo pay this tributo of our
regard in testifying our loss, aid to express
our sorrow to his widow and friends at the
demise of Mr. John Wrigglesworth, who has
been suddenly taken away in the full vigor of
life and manhood, feeling sure that we, in his
decease have lost a good and efficient member,
and the community a good citizen.
2nd—That a copy of the above resolutions
be forwarded to his Widow.
3rd—That the Deluge Engine Honse be
draped in mourning for tho space of Thirty
days. '
4th—Thnt the thanks of this Company bt
tendered to the Tiger, Union Hook and Ladder)
Companies, for their attendance on this occasion.
Edward It. Thomas 1 ,,
Geouce Noams,      j t-uniuntlc*.
ESQUIMALT PROPERTY!
ALL THOSE certain pieces or parcels
of Land situate on Wharf Street, Esquimalt, adjoining tha Boyal Hotel und
known on the map of tha <*>wn as lots 33
and 37, having a froutnga on Wharf
Street of tliirty-five (35J teet, running
back two hundred and forty feet into tho
bay, having first class water froutage to
lot 37. Each lot has a small Cottage
House thereon.
— aijjo—
ALL THAT piece or parcel of land,
situate and known on the Town Map as
Lot No. forty (40), on Hospital street,
Ksquinialt, having a frontage of thirty
feet, running bank to au alley way in the
rear.
—ALSO—
Water Lots I Water Lots'
POSITIVE SALE.
We have received instructions from the
owners to sell on the nbovo (lute.
All those pieces or parcels of land,
situate on Wharf street, Esquimalt,
having a frontage of 35 feet on Wharf
street, by a depth of 100 feot, and known
on the Town Maps as Lot sixteen (16),
together with all tho improvements
thcreou. i
-rALSO—
Royal Hotel Property
All those pieces or pnreols of land
situate in tho town of E.squiniult, und
known on the naps thereof as Lots Nos
34, 35, and 36, having a frontage each
on Wharf Btreolof thirty (30) feet, thenco
running Jwi-i-ihto deep water (with all
the privifegos thereof), together with tho
improvements thereon, comprising the
Royal Hotel, Restaurant aid Bowling
Alley, ^ith all the premises necessary for
carrying on tho hotel business. The
wholeis now rented at the low rental of
Fifty flollars per mouth. This valuable
property will be sold either as a whole or
in separate lots, to suit tbe wishes of intending purchasers
Mps of the property can be seen at
our oII'k o.
TERMS—Twenty-firo per cent, ou the
fell of the hammer, twenty-live per cent
U soon as the deeds  nro  ready.    The
balance can remain for one year at one
jper cent,   per   month   interest,   with
/mortgage on the property.
/N. B.—This is one of the best opportunities that Una occurred since 1858 for
pteatment.   The fact of the contemplated
graving dock and  Government  buildings
{commencing)   will   necessarily  enhauce
this and all properties   at   Esquimalt at
least from 300 to  500  per cent., within
three months from the date thereof.
The   Anctioners   invite   all parties to
view the property prior to tbe sule.
ACTS OF SALE AT BUYERS' EXPENSE.
J.1*. DAVIES, It f 0.,
au " Auctioneers.
NEW    WESTMINSTER
GAME   DEPOT,
YATES   ST.,
Next door to  t lie corner of I lovernment,
opposite Z'.'lncr's J>rntr Sturi'.
'IM1K SUBSOIUBBB Mavivi; tAOt AH-
I       tnttfpnu ul.   Ut   n-crive   (Vim    different
pari ei ilu- j.r-.xlit ■ "f Hie Utteti und loiiDiry
«ill Ue prepared io tumijii
Game,
Fish,
fruits,
Poultry,
Eggs    and    Vegetables,
tmndk   and  ull in   their season, at the lowtil
prices.
Ddy twist I'.ivrr Salmon byeocli steamer.
JAMES    AI.U:\.
jy 31-1m
IIAVANACIGAR&"
LEWIN  &   ANTHONY,
TOBACCONISTS,
47 Tates St., Brick 8tore
Next to Corner of Government St.,
BI'.O TO 1NFOIIM THEIIt FRIENDS AND
tne public in general thnt tbey will con-
■tantly reoelvt hy every steamer a good as-
-'irinieni.il (.en ii I nt- ll;i v;iim rifiaix
and the ilcxt Brand* of Tobacco,
lmpoftt<] dlroat lor this market, io that they
nre able to "ompete with any hrnse on thiv
Island, either Wholesale or Rt.'tnil.
N.   It—Special   attention  will bo paid  to
Country orderj.
1IEI.MAN  LEWIN.     |     LOUIS ANTHONY,
an 2
A.&w.wrar
House and Ship Plumbers
CASFITTERS,
BELL-HANGERS & TINSMITHS
FORT   STREET.
All order* promptly attended l»
REMOVAL!
The Business of
THOMAS WILSON ft CO.
Re-commenced    on
MONDAY,    JUNE    19th
■
In tlirir New anil Commodious Store in
iycA.soisria   hall,
GOVERNMENT     STREET,
(Opposite tie Bank of British Columbia,)
WITH   TIIEIll   USUAL
WELL - ASSORTED    STOCK,
INCLUDING
Goods received by last steamer,and comprising Silks, Shawls, Printed
Cambrics and Dress Materials of every description;   Long
Cloths, Sheetings and Quilts;   Velvets, Tweeds,
Lace Curtains, Damasks, Reps, Chintzes,
Gents', Ladies' and Children's
Hosiery and Gloves;
Trimmings, &c. jy 3
.a.i ■
....
LONDON    HOUSE,
May Mh, 1866.
Our Importations for thepresent 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.
Al
h*
LONDON FIRM,
J. P-. Tunatall Oo.
VICTORIA; V. I.,
J. H. Turner & Oo. 1
§    t
A   Facetious   View   ol   Victor
Hugo'* Novel.
The Pall Mall Gazette makes fun of
gome paaaagei iu Victor Hugo's " Toilers
of tbe Sea."
In all tlie great/ccncs of the book tin;
effectiveness is obtuini'd by the sublime
stepping into tbe province cf tbe ludicrous
without beiii;: awure of it, no thut wc got
the double enjoyment, of beiug excited by
the scene unci laughing ut thu author. 11
be bad been conscious of the ibmrdity.
there would bave been, so to speal;, ihat
chemical union of iho sublimely ridiculous
which produces humor, instead of iho
mere oiecliniiicul admixture of them. It
ii quite obvious from thc way iu which
tbe story is told, that the author himself
tells it ull in good faith, and without the
least apparent consciousness of thc ficl
that there is any possibility of laughing
at it. lie never seems to suspect that the
whole business bas a ludicrous side, but
goes on wilh his pienvret, forges, and
other properties us coolly us if he were
describing something winch if it did not
happen, might huve happened, wilbout
soy violation or suspension of the ordinary
constitution of nature. Hardly an Englishman could bave done this. When Mr.
Keade, for instance, who has a good deal
of the Frenchman in him makes his
strong hero throw a a cricket ball he says,
, >not that he threw it over tho moon, but
' that he threw it 101 yards. On other
.-occasions M r. Rende is not quite so moderate, still " Hard Cash," which is a little
like some parts of Mr. Hugo'o book, cou»
'tains no downright miracles, at most not
more than one or perhaps two, and our
great writers in this Hue might swear to
the truth of their stories. Robinson
Crusoe, if you look closely into the matter,
worked miracles, but they were miracles
of moral vigor and persevercucc only. The
particular things ho did any one might
have done ns far as more physical trouble
went.
The melodrama of the story mny be
.compared to the Qoggec, but there is a
good deal of prencheo into the bargain.
Indeed, there is all but an intolerable
■quantity of it on every sort of subject. It
gives one, on tbe whole, nu impression
that if M. Hugo bad to edit " Brflilsliaw,''
be would do it in dithyrambs. One can
imagine, for instance, the curt and almost
brutal announcement: " Brighton 1 ex.
8.45, London Bridge arr. 9.55,*' being
replaced by some such phraseology as this :
" Brighton, London Itrldge.
" Iu theso words what a poem I
" Brighton, bubble of tha railways, as
Venus of the seal
" Loudon,tbe Incommensurable—the Abyss I
"From tbe one to thc other the express
train.
ridiculoua.
"8.45-9.55.
"Between theso lies tbe Infinite : for where
is it not?
Of course it io impossible to parody
roal brilliancy ; but a man who is always
flashing a looking glass (rather cracked)
in one's eye, is more of a boro than anything else. After reading pages of it
yon get no idea beyond that of nn immense tumble-tumble, in which I'lnfini,
la Nikit, let Ombres, and a variety of other
melodramatic properties are playing at
leap frog in VAlbino. The oddest part
of the whole is that which is ascribed to
" Dieai" who >8 constantly bronght in in a
manner which is too unmeaning to be profane. The whole effect is that of a cross
between Ossian's poems and Astloy's
amphitheatre, with just a suspicion of Mr.
Spurgeon. We agree with Mr. Lewis in
not admiring those passages considered
as descriptions. They are not the least
picturesque or true to nature. Can any
one, for instance, who knows what the
phosphorescence of the sea is really like,
conjure up a sufficient degree of belief iu
the scene in which its light wakes up
Gilliat who is lying asleep in a boat, to
care at all about it ?
Ono small matter is just worth noticing.
M. Hugo shares thut curious incapacity
for getting his English right which appears to beset all his countrymen. To
turn "Frith of Forth" into premier au
quotritme, nr.d to illustrate u profound
theory by it is bad enough ; but systematically to convert "bagpipe" into
" bagpipe'1 is so error which one would
have supposed thc printer's devil ought to
hare set right. If it had been a misprint
it would have been amusing enough to
notice ; but when the words " Lo Bug-
pipe" stand by themselves as a title to a
new chapter on an otherwise virgin page
we feel that there ia a divinity which
rough hews our ends, polish them as we
will. In one point, perhaps, the mistake
is useful. Nothing but a bugpipe could
convert ' llonnio Dundee' into a melancholy tune. Certainly, an instrument
played by a sentimental Giicrnseyman
who had taken lessons from a Scotch
piper would be very likely to produce, as
a result, tho tune that thc cow died of,
A New and Cka.sd Kcocii in HlMOinl—
Dr. Maggi-I is ihe foundi. ot a new Medical
system. The qtiHutitariaua, whose vast internal doses eoleeble tha stomach and paralyze
the bowels, must j;ive precedence to tbe man
who restores health aud appetite, with from
one to two of his extraordinary Pills, and
etirpg the most virulent sores wilh a box or so
ot his wonderful and all healing Salve. These
two great specifics of the Doctors ure last superseding all the stereotyped nostrums of tbe
day. Extraordinary cures by II icgiel's Pills
and Halve have opened the eyes of the public
to the inefficiency uf the (so called) remedies
of others, and upon which people hare so lung
blindly depended. Maggiel's Pills are no ol
ihe cluss that are swallowed by the dotcB, and
of which every box lull taken creates nn ab-
-.■liiti' necessity f°' another. One or two uf
Maggiel's IMls suffices to place tlio bowels in
prrltcl order, tone the stomach, create aa appetite, and rer.de! tbe spirits light and buoyant I There is no griping, and no reaction in
the form of constipation. If the liver is affected, its functions are restored; and it the
nervous system is feeble, it Is invigorated.
This last quality makes tbe medicines very
desirable tor the wants of delicate females.
Ulcerous and eraptive diseases are literally
oxtingnished by tte disinfectant power of
Maggiel's Salve.   In fact, it is here announced
that Alngglcl'i union*. Dyspeptic
and Diarrhea I'llls cure whore nil
others fail. While for Burns, Scalds, Chilblains, Cuts and all abrasions of the skin
Maggiel's Salve is infallible. Sold by
I. kUeoiSL, 11 Pino «treei, Now York, and all
Druggists, at 25 cts. per box.
New Advertisements.
The Colonial Market
JOHNSON   STREET,
(1.1ITOSITK       OlilKNTAL     AM.EY,)
Will be rc-opened on
Saturday,    August     4th,
The market will he constantly supplied
with thc best quality of articles required for
thc family table. Fresh supplies received
daily.
nu 1 N. V. LANGE.
WARM WEATHER!
ICE!   ICE!   ICE!
a    LUXUItV  WITHIN TUB  REACH   OF
XI all, supplied by
\LEX.    r»HIJL,LIIr»H,
FORT STREET,
To say nothing about Ginger Boor, Lemonade,
or Soda Water with it.
' The way to keep cool.
jy3
The "Grotto,"
OPPOSITE THE TELEGRAPn OFFICE.
For ft glass  of choice  liquor go  to tho
"Grotto,"
There " none but the best '' you  will
find is the motto.
Mint Juleps, Sherry Cobblers—everything
cooling ;
Come ye that do thirst, you will find its
no fooling.
an 2
Alhambra
BILLIARD SALOON,
cokner goveimmiot ami iates srs.
tTP-STAIRS.
Entrance on Yates
Chains and Anchors.
Street.
nu ll-lm
TWENTY, TONS CHAIN
Short Linked aud proved from J to I
AND
a. isr a kc o :r s 9
From 20 to 800 pounds.
For Sale by
PETER M'QUADE,
Wharf street, Victoria.
Misii-Iiiilit'iiIlF.
LYONrf,
WILLIAM
SRCIlPiPIiN-Q-
— AUD —
Commission      Agent,
On the Corner of
Wharf and Johnson Streets.
an 3- i in
RED LION HOTEL,
GOVERN M ENT STREET.
'I'llE   AliliVK-XAMKH    HOTEL   HAVING
1   Wen ojioued by
JOE     EDEN",
lie will he happy to meet his  friends on all
occasions, an   will furnish them with
the best of
Wine?i Liquors, Ale, Porter, &c-
v and Cigars.
BOARD A»D^.LONGING PER DAY
JQT Bagatelle nnd Hkitttes.
Gall and sec tho establishment.
sides and keeps order.
..$1.
JOE prc-
jy 10
Ml.i' 'Until-.  IIS.
"W-AJNTTED
rpilREB ROkhbWtS AT $8 PER V.T.KK.
I. The best tlie 1'iirliti can afford ylaced
on the iM*.    Apply i I Ol*
;- HKE HIVE   HOTEL,
foil -11 ■ 11.
J.v
M
PRIVATE   BOARD.
Board   with  Comfortably
Furnished Bed-room,
Six Dollars per Week.
YATES   ST.,
Next Door  to  the   Anglo-
American.        jyw!5
~EX  FIDELITER
jy M
On the 9th, the General Assembly of
the Irish Presbyterian Church discussed
the education question, nnd adopted, almost unanimously, a series of resolutions
renewing its adherence to the principles
of unilcd national education, as opposed
to the denominational system, and calling
on the Government, nnd Legislature to
withhold their smiclion from the proposed
new rule which has been adopted by the
commissioners. A deputation was appointed lo bring tlio subject before the
attention of the Government utifl members
ef Parliament.
UNION HOTEL,
Corner Bastion and Langley sts.
	
THE PROPRIETOR RESPECTFULLY IN-
forms thc public, that tho abovo named
Hotel is now open for the reception of
Hoarder?.
A   Triumph    of    Science
THE  LIGHT   OP   TIIE   WOULD
DR. MAGGIEL'S
PILLS   &  SALVE.
The mi Life-diving remedies are now, for Iho flrt
time, g'V«'t imli! "'ii in ih- w>r!«1. Kor nv«r A quit tor
of b -en tut j of prlv»U practice theingrciiuHU iu thi-io
Life-Giving Pills
Unv\ hem u«B'l with tho grett*it aiiacen*. Thrir
tniMtan ft ti"tony tn prevent <iiitai". Imt to cure
They su tcIi tvr \d, varit'Hi initt.nli.'* by which the
patinnt In Buffering, and rMuvlgomtes tl<« aflln*
tffffVU T • the aired uid Infirm • lew doiei of theso
raluelile TILLS vUIpTOM to be
A VERY FOUNTAIN OF YOUTH,
For in evervnane t^ey add new life aQ'1 vltftHty, and
lenlore tne w,nui»(. ,.*«*<- -. ■ :_ .. «-.i_. ..-.- t„
the vomiff unt ml-dl' *tf"<1 they will pr^ve mmt In
valu bin ft* a rtn y> tpociflc and iterling medicine.
itereif a dream realized, that Tonce-de-lion tough'
inrtnren multireel yearn ago, and never f.,nnd. tie
looked for a f unlain that would restore the old to
\igor and make youth ever
An .1 £i,<'rn: i.I Spring !
It wni left for llili dny nll'l hour tn realise the dream,
and ihuw ln one glorious foot the magic that made
il fair.
THESE FAMOUS  REMEDIES
Caonnt. »ttv tli" (light of yearn, hut they enn force hack,
nn-' hold iii'.ui, diM'iis.'F i )iM mi/l.i. iri .ni[ili over the
ag d and the v"ung. I<et u< ne he«itate then, but
•else the favnranle opportunity that offer*. Wheu taken
aa prescribed—
For Billious Disorders
Nothing can he moro prod tin tic* of cure than t)iesr>
Pill* —Their' alniOKi m-'gio uilhieiiue i.i felt at o ice ;
nnd the lifliial cunmialtanti oi thU unit ilistn»#inj.:
disease am removed. Theta nnudlea aro made from
thu purest       ' /
i
VEGETABLE COMPOUNDS.
Thry will not harm th/mont delicate female, and
ca.i be Ki.-enwith good/fleet In prescribed d«»en to
the youngeHt babe.        /
For Cutaneous Disorders
Audall eruptions of ilienkln, Iho HALVE'Is most "in-
valuable. It does nlheal externally alonr, hut pens*
traits with the mon/hearchlug elects lo the very root
of ihe evil.
Dfy KIEL'S PILLS
Invariably euro the following Diseases :
Aithma,'
iluws Complaint.,
K«Kh«,
7 Coldi,
/     Cheat DtKeaic,
/ Coltiv«nes.,
/ DjpfKpBla.^
^^^ Diarrh"a,
Tortus :
$10 00
8,00
Board and Lodging per week
Board without Lodging
The Hotel
la loented in the moat central part of the city,
being in the immediate vicinity of tho principal llusiness Houses, the Theatre and other
places of amusement in the city.
The Table
Will he supplied with all the delicacies that
our markets afford.
An early application is necessary as only a
limited number of boarders will be taken, it
haiiiR tho intention of the Proprietor to do nil
In his power to promote tho comfort of thoso
who may favor him with their patronage.
REFERENCE   REQUIRED.
T. II. Mo OANW, Proprietor.
Victoria, V. I., July JOth, 18UG.        jy Ju
Dropsy.
Debility,
 ^B Fsver anil Agffl.
PemafHomplalnU,
Huaebe,
ndig'stion,
InMiiei /,■),
Inflnmraation,
Inward Weakness,
Liver Com plaint,
Lowt.esA of Spirits,
Ringworm,
Bheuroatism,
Salt Itheum,
Scalds,
Skin Disease*.
NOTICK.— Nonegenrino without the engrnved
Ldc-mark nroond each pot or box, signed hv Hit. J.
\<:(;IKI., 43 Fulton street; New York, to counterfeit
;ilch is fehmy.
ttJT Sold hy all  reinectnble Dealers in Mediclnea
riiiurhmit the Unitetl 3.albn ;imi Can ids—at '2b cent^
ir'jox or pot.
A. C. Langley & Co.,
A pouts for Vancouver Island and Un'tisl)
Columbia.
Mi cetlaticom.
Jesse  Cowper,
A Choice Lot of Bacon
•Jumt   Arrived.
For Sft'o by
au 2
P.   Gilligan,
STOliB STRKKT.
HERMAN  SHULTZ,
—AT—
His Well Known and Old Established
Stand
The Government st. Boot Store,
Has just received per steamer
A   FINK   ASSORTMENT   OF
Ladies'  and   Children's   Shoes,
Which he olTcis at a very low price.
Wl.uli'balo anil B la 1 Dealer In
BOOTS AND SHOES,
LEATHER,
—AMD—
SHOE    FINDINGS,
"STATES    STREET,
OITOSITE WELLS, FARUO &Co.
At the old stand of Webster k Co., ii
prepared to supply tbo wants of tbo
public iu his line.
The latest Stvles
Rooeived by every arrival from Englarc1.
and Sun Fi'iini'isco. au'l
For San Francisco Direct
Receives by each Bteiuiier from  England and
Sail  Francisco
BOOTS     eSc    SHOES
FINEST   AND  BKHT QUALITY,
FRENCH   LEATHER,
—AND—
SHOE     FINDINGS,
At prices to correspond with the times.
BRITISH    PERIODICALS.
The London Quarterly Review (Conservative).
The Edinburgh Review (Whig)
The Westminster Review (Radical)
The North British Review (Free Church)
— AND—
Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (Tory)
Tlio To:ir RtvItWI   re-pnMipheil  by Mpgsni. POoOT &
Co., nn* generally cp-.ildw«d m tno (iront Review,
ami Itlarkwnod nun been jnatlv plnced in the siiuit;
rank. Whoever (linpcmua wilh ruiiliiiir pnlillciitiwris of
thfifilaw,  whatever may ho hi* fftnural  i nfurmftHon,
will ftirm he .; ii...: ■•' i "■ i  behind  tho :i ■  in  which lie
livff—nnd in tlitBe tiiiH'i a p<*rnm nuty iooo got very
fnr hchin'l. Tb''y may bo read nnd ittldled wilh fttf-
vantai;* by the ]ieu|)ie of tbiH co'mtry, of every creed
and [urly.
1^- BLA0KWO0P Is nnugimlly attractive at thi*
time to AmericaoH, not only for its sorl >i artir.i«» by
dlKtinfcuitlifd writcraof ttotfoD,but for the ieeountof
the late civil w-r. now l*eiti(j written hy 0**. Von
llorke, ftGsrtninqmeor, chief. .f-Htnlf to Gen. J. E. U.
.-tuart, of the Confederate army.
TERMS   FOIl   1860.
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For any twu of the Jtariawn ,  7 "
For nny thre« of the fioviewi 10 *'
For all Tour or the RcvIpwh 12 "
F.i:i ]llackwo<>dfa Magnaine  4 "
Fer Blnckwond and ono Revlow  7 '*
For Hlif kwi-od and any two of the Re-
vl-wi , 10 "
For riackwood Andtlixeeof the Reviews..IS "
For DUckwood aod the four Rcvtowi..,...!& *■
CLUBS.
A discount nf tn-,,t?n j. ■■>■ •-, nt, will he aMowed to eluhit
of four or more jmtsoih. Thua, four poplDfi of
Rlackwrod, or of ono Hevlew will he sent lo one address <or >l- 80. Koureopiei of the four Review* and
Illaokwood, for $48, and soon.
POSTAGE.
Whan rant hjr mail, tha 1'o.itmi  lo nny part of Ihe
1'ititrd .-t ■■'■ will ha l-uttprentj-iiiur ccut»»  year f.ir
TiCKwooD," and but eight centi a year for each of
the Heviewa.
Reduced Prices for previous years-
Snbi.ribi.ra may obtain  ihe   RotKlota  immediately
preceding 1866, aa followi, viz. :
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nicluaive, at the rate of $2 SO a year.
,™e-Verfft flri/«i frnm January, 1803, to lloeember.
1KIB, Inrlnalro ; the KlinlmrrA nnd the \M.m-instvr Iran
*l> il. 1801, tn Ueceml.cr, 186 >, ineluiive, and Ihe
Isiminn quarterly lor tlio year 1866, at the rate of (1 /id
» year lor oacli or any lcv|.'W.
.*^„A   fjycopiea yet rim.in of nil the four Revieim
for I8ti3at $4 a set, or 51 DO for any oub.
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t. P. & Co., alio pobllah the
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p:iin'i«T nnd iliilliciou^'   Rn^raviir^*
l'iice§7 for the  two voUiiuu — by Mail, poet  paW.
THK NEW AND FAST HAILING SCIJOON-
*    er
To f»il on or about tbe first of August.
For Freight or Passage, upplv lo
E. C. MARVIN,
jy!3 Wbarf street.
THE   ONE  THING   WANTED.
HOLLOWAY'S PILLS.
Tlio Itlood.
These famous pills are so composed tha
they operate wholesomely on the slomach, tho
liver, tbe bowils, anil other organs; by correcting any derangement^ in their functions,
whereby a steady supply of pure materials tor
thc renewal ol the Blood is furnished, and a,
constaut abstraction of effete prodnctB is effected. This perfect circulation thus become*
the very fountain of health and life, and overcomes ull form of disease wherever its situation.
Cienerul Disorders of (lie l.i ver
and Stomach.
All who ever indulge a* table, either in cat-
'ng or drinking, should take about ten of t.,;e.i-
famous pills at bed time, from which will reo
suit a clear head and good stomach the following morning. Thousands of Ladies are al-
wuys complaining of sick headaches, want o
nppetite, want of energy, and want of etrnnirln
to oorfffct all thesfo erfls, thfptf or four ol these
Pills otiould be taken twice a week, when they
would give tu> invalid Ihe health anil appetit'
of a ploughman.
Females of all Apes and < lasses
Obstructions of any kind, cither in young
or those between forty and fifty—the most critical poiiod of life—may be radically rerao,"!'l
by using these Pills according to the printed
directions which accompany each box. Young
persons wilh sickly and sallow complexions
may have the bloom of henlih restored by thi?
corrective, which purifies the blood and expels all gross and impure humors from Ihe system, liewaro then of tbo critical ago fron
forty to fifty, as it sends many thousands to
premature grave,—these Pills should be take»
it that period of life two or three tiir.es »
teek
iViinl of Strength and ^Energy.
Persons of sedentary habits, or those troubled in mind, working in Factories or Coal
Pits, who cannot obtain that amount of frcsk
air and exercise which nc.turo requires, suffer
from weakness and dclilily, iowness of spirits
nnd want of appetite. All such should take »
dose or two of those Pills every three or foui
days, as they act gently and effectually on.the
system aud impart vigor and energy to tho
body, which is always followed by a good
appetite, sound and refreshing sleep, and a
high How of spirits.
For the (lire of Dropsy.
Thc cflicncy of Holloway's Pills in Dropsy
is extraordinary. They act with such a peculiar effoct upon tho system, thnt the fluid/
causing this direful complaint, arc pcrcoptihl
carried off and prevented from nny further
accuinu'ation. Tho sufferer regains a buoyancy of spirits, and rejoices in a completely
renovated constitution. It is indispensably
necessary that the Ointment should be most
effectunlly rubbed into the complaining partn
during Iho whole course of treatment.
Children and their Allmvnte*
In no country in the world are more children
carried to an early grave than in Great Britain,
(loughs, Measles, Scarlatina, Fevers, and other
iiseases attack the liltlo sufferers, and death,
but too ofton, follows nt a rapid pace; yet if
at fho first stage of these complaints, parentu
were to have recourse to Holloway's Pills, all
danger would bo avoided; for the stomach
nnd bowels would oe gently but effectually
cleansed by this mild aperient; the depraved
nuniors correctea ana me secretions duly regulated. A perfect cure would '.oon bo effected, and tbe 1'ttle patient restored to souni*
health.
Holloway' Pi. t «re tbe best known remedy in tne
world fit the following diseases:
Sold at the KslnbllBhment of Pnnessor Holloway, 241
Strand, (near Temple Bar,) h ndon ; als" by all respect
able Hrujf.risl.a and Dealer, in Modicineathroughuot tha
civilized world, at the lollowinp prices—le. 1%., 5. Od,,
4«. Gil., lit., 'lis., and 33s. each box.
Asnie
Asthma
Blllious Complnlntt
the
ntotchea
atin
llnwel complaints
Colica
Constipation of (he
Bowels
Constimi-Uon
Oeliilli,
llropsy
Dysentr.
Eryiipclaa
ISM.
Female  Irregular
ltlol-
Fever of all kindf
Fits
(lout
Head Ache
Indigestion
Intlanimallon
Jaundice
liver Complaints
Lumbago
I'llea ■   '
Rheumatism
|R»tcntion of Urine
Rcroru'aorKine a
Ivll
Sore Throats
Stone and Crave
Secondary Siymp.
IlnlnlTIU
Tnmon
Ulcers ,,
Venereal     alW
„.Uo°"      ,
Worms    of  a
kinds
WttMM   Irom
^^^^^^^^^f wbaleverceuao
a  eonsid'Table   larlng by talcing tha
lilrectwiH for the gnid* nee of patients in every d^mr
der are allixed to eseh box.
PdiNTiin and Published hy McCll'rb k Co.,a*
the office, Langley Street.
etWk

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