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OL.
I.
THE
VISING TELEGRAPH,"
ri.i:i.,-,.EIi
rv   Eveniu? at   4   O'Clock, I
I
turd a j uud Sundaj tftologl excepted.)    |
ALSO BVKIIY
NDAY    MORNING!
VICTORIA,   VANCOUVER   ISLAND,   THURSDAY   EVENING,   AUGUST   23    1866
 j—°—,
DAY   EVENING,   AUGUST  23    IHC6 . NO. 45.
New Advertisements,
Tor Sale Ex Camden,
TRIIHI   OF    M   ll-(   llll'l ION   ,
nine, In »dr.i]";, l.y mill 110 00
> muntli.    n (hi
■»k, |i.jr.blff lo Varrltt       'ih
t-"|i«^       10
Jerms of Advertisement apply at the
Office. Langley Street
llo.lrllrr, llotki r, ani! *n?o*lur»;Bltltr«,
Oregon Oder In bbls. |nnd caiei,
tiara in ttySu, hstf^MkQni tnei,
Sniilfrnc nnd Callfornlii While Mint,
Frenrh Alrohnl SO O.P.,
I ii,'. UWjuit, iliinni and lliillcn?cr'fham.
oaav,
ind In  Hari an   aixorlrarnl of (Irmdj
and l.lquon Milluble for the Tradr.
Vliii i;il   AnuciloU-H.
eitisnti, tlie pianist, owini; to liis in-
*  study,   beenmc no  ulment  rniiidei)
various  iinrotnfortitlile  seeiien nrose
his misfortune.    Atone time, while
rinit to the Birl of Pembroke, at his
at Wilton, he wns accompanied  hy
,dell, '.he tiolincellilt, who, to lest his
rnctedness,     plajtA    the    lolloivinjf
lk :  Afier bathing one sultry evening,
ulell retired to the drewing^-roon on
margin of the hike, leaving Clement!
recreating  himself in the wntcr, nnd
etely   inking the   hitter's  shirt, eon.
■d   it into   ihe  house,  und  apprised
d Peiubroko of the juke.    At ilie ex-
.tiuri of half nn hour, Clementi return-
perfectly dressed, ns  he  believed, nnd
iu he was expatiating largely on the
•Mini he hud experienced liy his ininicr-
'. :i gentleman and lady (friends of the
f) nrrived on an evening visit.    Afier
usual introduction   had   taken place,
lady e»pressed a  desire lo heur Cle-
iti piny one of his own so1 alas ou the
,io foric, to which he reudily assented,
ying  taken  his seal,  and  fidgeted a
iu iu his  peculiar   wa;, he  played the
t movement of one of his most difficult
ut and nas ubout to begin the adagio,
en, being oppressed   wilh heat, lie un-
Mciously unbuttoned  nearly the whole
his   wuistcout,   and   was   proceeding,
en the lady,   greatly surprised,  hastily
ii-d >o the   lurllie-t end of Ihe  room,
.ilc Lord   Pembroke, almost convulsed
ih laughter, apprised Clementi of ids
■lainui, who, staring  wildly, darted nut
the room,   uud could   not   l,y auy en—
mtie.s   be   prevailed   on   to   rejoin the
yiy.
'I'lie Abbe Olivet has described nn
Misement of Pelisson dur.ng his confine-
•ut in the Bastile, which nonitated iu
irliug a spider, wliicli he had discovered
uiitig its web iu the corner of a small
ndow. For some time lie placed his
is nl the edfio, while his valet, who
<s villi him, played on a bngpipe ; little
■ liltle the spider nsvd il sell' lo (lis-
iguish the sound of the Instrument, und
uud from its hide lo run and catch its
1jr. Thus, cnlling it always liy the
lie sound, nnd placing the flics ut a
II greater distance lie succeeded, after
feral months, in drilling; the spider, liy
fuhir exercise, so that, nt length, it
jrer failed appearing nt the first round,
| seize on the fly provided for it, even j
tthe knees of the prisoner.
Joseph Unrtli, n celebrated singer, died
Vienna in Ihe month of May. A very
(cresting; anecdote is told nbout him.
* called once on BoetllOven, when the
■eat composer was just going to burn n
»ce of music. " What are you doing ? '
wed Hurth. " I nm going to burn this
Jnsensc," the composer replied, '' Let
i first hear that nonsense," U.irth re.
3ncd, and he took il frorj the composer,
fluesting him to sit down and accompany
*). Bnrtb then snug the song so beau-
Jully thnt Beethoven jumped up und enlaced him. There w.8 nothing further
lid about burning the song, which was
I other than " Adelaide "
«6r Depot of Havana Cigars.
nu 6
EUGENE THOMAS,
Yates street.
The Colonial Market.
JOHNSON   STREET,
(ol'I'OSITi:       OltltiXTAI,     AI.I.KV,)
Will lie re-opened on
Saturday,    August     4th.
The market will lie constantly supplied
with the belt quality uf articles required for
thr family table. Fresh (applies received
dnily.
uu 1 X. V. LANOE.
WARM WEATHER!
ICE!   IC3!   ICE!
i     LUXURY   WITHIN TIIE   REACH   OF
A all, supplied hy
\LEX.    PHILLIP*,
FORT STREET,
To say nothing nho.it (linger Ueer, Lemonade,
or Soda Water with it.
flfijy The way to keep cool. an 3
il
ROUND THE CORNER"
13 THE NAME OF THE
^STEW    SALOON
JUST OPENED I.V
L;in:l«'y   street,   round  the
corner from Yates timet,
In tho building formerly occupied  by  the
Saloon of Eiikiiiiaiuit's Hotsl.
The Saloon has been tastefully rclilteil,
and will he supplied wilh Ihe
F I R S T    Q UAL1 T Y   0 V
Wines   and  Liquors.
The proprietor respectfully invites the pub-
lie, io call "HOUND THE COIINER" and
judge for themselves.
OOVEIIXEENT   STUICET     K8TIWN0E — NEXT
door lo the Tolograph Ullice.
JyJ9 .IK Oil    IIHItKIMGR.
{'Mother, can't I go and have ray
igoerreolype taken ?' 'No ; I guess ii
Ft worth while.' 'Well, tbeu, you
igbl let me go and have a tooth pulled;
never go anywhere I'
LLXOE   BROWN'S
FANCY   TWIST
SMOKING TOBACCO
JUST RECEIVED AT
L.   F.   KEYSER'S,
fogetber wilh some fine
[AVANA. CIGARS DIKECT.
Also on hand
ino Sap, Peach, Apricot, Mary's Own,
Light Pressed, Natural Leaf, Buffalo
Tongue, and Atlantic Cable
Tobacco-
UST RECEIVED   PER  BARK RIVAL
A Fine Assortment of
eerschaum   Pipes.
■nil aud examine.
au 5-lm
Oriental Restaurant,
YATES   STREET,
In connection with tlio Oriental Hotel.
THIS   ESTABLISHMENT   IS   OPEN AT
ALL HOURS OF THE DAY OR NIGHT
T-EIE    TABLE
Will be furnished with the best the markol
affords.
Breakfast,
Dinner,
Supper
At moderate prices.
Oysters   in   every   Style.
Private Rooms for sm ill or large parties.
Call and judge for yourselves. jy 30-lm
NOTICE !        NOTICE !!
1.1R0M THIS DATE THE UNDERSIGNED
.      lias concluded to reduce his price ONE-
HALF ; nnd hereafter the
FINEST WINES AND LIQUORS,
ALE,   BEER,  kc, kc,
Will be served at tho
"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.
jy 26
THF.
EVENING TELEGRAPH
New Advertisements.
TIIK GREAT
KEMKDY
AUK.
OV   THB
GENERAL
Job   Printing
ESTABLISHMENT
Langley Street, Victoria,
The   Printing    Office
or nn
EVENING
TELEGRAPH
Office is replete with every appliance
and variety of Material for .the
Execution of
LETTER PRESS   PRINTING!
Ia nil its brunches, whether
Plain or Ornamental
. types, noil photographic work ol superior
anish nnoquuiied by any other house in town,
tnul at ah low i'imceh as 0TH1B RtTABLUU-
Mltffi churge for common nnd inferior
pictures—in fact at prices to suit the limes
Cartes de Visite, - - $5 per Doz-
Out door work attended to  at short notice,
and un the most reasonable terms.
GEORGE
an G
KOBIXSOX,
Proprietor.
RED LION HOTEL,
GOVERNMENT STREET.
'THE   ABOVE-NAMEP    HOTEL   HAVING
J.   been opened by
JOE     EDEIST,
He will be happy 10 meet his  Irlends on all
occasions, a.i   will furnish tbem with
the best of
Wine?j Liquors, Ale, Porter, &c,
and Cigars.
BOARD AND LODGING PER DAT, Si.
Ji®~ Bagatelle and Skittles.
Call iiml see the establishment.     JOE presides tind keeps order. au lo
A  YOUNG   GIRL   FOR LIGHT H0U8E-
wurlc, und to wait ou table.
Apply to
MRS. ZINKE,
Yates St., between Government nnd llroad.
jy 27
EX   FIDELITER
HOLLOWAY'S OINTMENT.
••   •*•
THEATRE
Photographic Gallery
(UP  STAIRS).
'I HIS   GALLEUY,   LOXO   AND   PAVOK-
I     ably known t-i Victorian* and strunpers,
bas facilitie« in   tbo   way ol light, materials,
&c, aud the  experience of the proprietor en-.*
ables him to furnish Cartes de Visile.* Ambro-f '°,r'n? i,s I»*hI'»« •rrand   rapidly, M&J/, «4
(vitbout puif.. Kiinple prtiptfonf cpfn nortg,
hurii turaorrt, 'crufninii iMTatupmttt$ ui nil
kind*, nbeesse?, uocrrfi old uijuiiui. anJ, ia
'act, every species nt iullttnoiatioii nnd suppuration, whether in II * ffcin, the ll'-tb tht
Klandfi, or among the nui-i• 11*>•, can be *.rrc»ub
in id destructive eoarfp, nnd p**rniitntsijy
careil without danger by ntblilog m tbii inci-
(iuicble Uintraent.
'I'll*-    ttTnl    ut   thr    oiritd..ni
tiynta-i.t
To the T' ry co e nml i en'rt* nt n)|  J if >\ttt
which affect the buiimn  bn<ly. i hiw triunrkabl*
prepara'ion pm^trulf^, Ii dirMppears und»r
tbe friction of the bands, at *a|t di,»|>p*«ri
when rubbe''  u,>ou  iiukI.    Tbf   uu|fnrnt ptr*
Hail     !**■%**
Uud    Ibuuu,
Vltrnt-a
SOIIB,     lk»d
A
Choice lot pf Bacon
•Jurnt   Arrived.
run  <
such
OFFICE   AIMS   at  securing
speedy   Execution of orders as   is
consistent  with   correct and   elegtut Work,
manshlp.
Orders received for Printing
Hooks,
Pamphlets
Catalogue!
Sermons,
Reports
Rentals,
Leases,
Law Forms of every
description,
Business Cards,
Invoices,]
Bill Heads,
Trade Forms,
Circulars, (PItio
Coloured,)
Hand   Bills. (Plain or
Coloured,)
For Prices,   apply   at the
Langley street,
Offlce.
For Sn'e by
P.   Gilligan,
an 2 STORE  STRKKT.
Miscellaneous.
exSTm stages,
'•TMIR COACHES OF THIS LIVE Wi^i.
-L now run -regularly, leaving Yule, u.i
on
MoiuiarN,
WediiCNdnjN,
jtml Frlflayx.
AT 7, A. M.,
FOR   S.A V A N A» S    FERRY
(liig Demi Route), until the completion ot the
road, when tliey will go to Savana'l Kerry.
The Conch for Carihoo will leave Yale on
Monday.
jy 2 F. J. BARNARD,
General News Agent
J. iStratnian.
EMPIRE NEWS DEPOT
Cor. Washington & Sansome st?.
San Francisco.
THE ADVi.UTISEU is prepared to itipply
with punctuality nnd celerity the nnnrxed
newspapers and periodicals upon the following
terras All orders, to receive immediate attention, must be accompanied hy cash remittance,
and handed in previons to the 4th, 14th, and
24tb nt each month.
Lornlou Dnily Times « $14 On
"      The Fiel'l  11 00
i*      IlluUnUtMl Times  " 00
*4      Weekir Timet        7 00
'■       Bell's Life i» I^ndon 14 00
'       Weeklv DWpatch 14 00
"       III. NfWioflhe World   14 00
,l       1'ublic Opinion   7 60
'       lmlex  (Freelrade) ,14 (K)
u       111.   Spnitiiiy New.«  8 00
"       SpcPtnti.r  1100
>'       lU»ieW    1400
"       S;itiifd»y Ktvi«w 14 00
nnliM*> Kati'-n 1'joo
IsOntioA Illustrated Newtt ..14 00
AtliiLt'c Month Ir SOU
Black wood's M»g« 7.iue ..3 00
Warper's MajriirJn* 3 00
Sixpenny Miigisme .! no
Knickerbocker   .„ 3 ■'
Pacific M ml'ily   30u
ttodevM-idie.* Book..,, 3 00
Muticttl Hon 3 00
CiiiJiiifiil.nl M.i/.'i'/iiH'  3 00
Ifadam Peinotvut'rt VI on tb If :t 00
K. LeitieV new KamUjMng«ttue .3 00
Chan ber*' Kdin burgh  oiirnnl...t 4 00
Monthly   papers, Once »  Week ii 00
•' n       AlltheYcir Round 50(1
Th«keray't Cornhill Magazine fi OC
London  Lancet R 00
3. A 8a!a'e Temple Bar HOO
London Society  Slagaiinc ti (^>
St. Jatuea Magazine .(, 00
Edinburgh Review , 10 Oo
London "lleview 10 00
North BritUhllevtew moo
tfeatminMe r Rei lew hi 00
I nnd^n Art Jr.uroal liOO
KllltP| A   Swelling Mi.g IJ 00
In many Hospitati in Kurope rbl« celebrated
remedy is now used for the cun* ttfotti wonndf,
Bores, and ulcers ; in Bpnla nod fortiiKHl, and
In many parts of Italy, the firs* Plivsitftm* r»*
regularly prescribe its use. It n a OoverMfP
remedy for bad breasts and bud lejfi; and li)r«*
wiae for ail skin diseafrs. It if lo he found in
the chest of nearly every rfttilor, ioldier, aut*
emigrant.
liuprntlcnclca   oT   Vonlh ; —More*   a«4
Ulcurs.
The above class o*" cotuplnintu is ««nrpiy re-
noved by niphtly fomenting thc parti witt
turn water, aud then by most tllfctually rub
Ding in this Ointment. Persons suffering from
these direful complaints should lo?e not a mo
ment in arresting their pro^r**!>s. It should hi
understood that it is not sufficient merely to
smear the Ointment on the averted parts, bul
it must he well rubbed in for some considerable
time tw" or tbree limes a day, that it may b«
tnken into the system, whence it will reraor.
only bidden sore or woujd as effectually w.
though it were palpable to the eye. liread and
water poultices, after the rubbine in ol tt.
Ointment, wiil do great service, Thii is tht
only proper treatment for females iu ca.-e* cf
cancer in the stomach, or for those wbo sufli t
from a general bearing do* n.
Ptlei, Fiatulu*, Stricture*.
Blotches, asalso swellings, can with certaintj
be radically  cured   if the  Ointment  lie  uied
I freely, and tlie Pills be taken olgbt and morn.
I ing as recommended in the printed t nit rut tiioni
When treated in any other way these complaint,
only dry up in ene place lo break cut in MM
itbcr ; whereas this Ointment will remove the
humor from the system, nnd leave the patiea
\ vigorous and healthy being. It will require
.ime, aided by Ull u*e of the I'ilU, to ensure
asting cure.
Hi plli* tht,   nronchltla,   Soir    Tli rout a.
Any of the above clasB of diseases may be
"tired by well rubbing the Ointment three
.tmes a day upon Ihe skin covering the throat,
chest, nnd neck ol the patient. The unguent
will soon penetrate the pores and give immed*
iate relief. To allay the fever aud le-seri tl:*
inftaniation, eight or ten Piils should be tak»a
nlgbt and meriting. The Oiniment will pio-
duce persp:ralion, which is so essential for
rerao-ing fevers, sore throats, and thoie oppressions of the chest which arise from
Aethn a, Bronchitis, and other   causes.
Hiitli the  Ointment nml   l*i|l«   -hi.iild
b«   nml   lu   tlie   follotvlitg   I'hici i
Bad les-rn
Mortis (Corns)          Rh*ntuatiim
Cancers                       [trald*
itil'.   ll:W-ll
Hums
Qoatnieted      aBdlSnt Mi'pl'i
Banioni
Stiti Joints          \t\ re Throat
Plteot \!n»ehttne»
'■ .""liMit ;j»i-              Skin  'li.«a.
and Sand-Fliei
KiHiulas                iSeurry
nco-luv
ftiiut                           f\rtt tieadi
Cliicgo-font
Glandular     ?\vell'r.nnnr«
linga                        I. I»:rr<
;hilblRinn
1. inbiigo.                   VVinmdi
ObtppeQ Ilanils
Pilua                           ttttt
Sold at V e BlUhltahmwl ot   Pnoneenii iionow*
^4, ft rand, 'aear Temple Bat), London ; aim by *
.'uipectHtik Driiifttl.^t* cud ppnli'm in Jlcdir|o« i|jro«|b
Mil ti.e civilized world, at tba foll<>winir prtoaa la, l \j
2. Id.   Al  lid.. Uh.,22., ami -lis., aarh Put.
* ■   Timi i' laooaildynbteaaviiiybj •. <•■ ■■', n:* inrj«,
ln-i.
N H.—Hiroctionii f'T the fuldenre ot PaiMiU in avaa
diiitrlrr nre Bfltred IamicIi K-t
^WM^KTu^i
(,
SEWING MACHINES^
tP+1
BMVO.-.^Th* Piiww Mnrhin* i. tli. n.,lf MnrhiM lh«
w.11 n* all Imd. of .loth «ith .11 L.tU. ■■! e,r—i
MACHINES  BOLD  IX TWO  YEARS
The almost Incredible iiu-ri'KPe in tlie faI« of
theSinpcr Machine ilurinu the |i»si iwo ftalt
is otvinjj to the popularity of the LETTER A
TRANSVEPSE SHUTTLE Family Mnchinr,
which wns Introduced in IMfl.finr* which
time it Lftfl enrncd ami pstablifhed a reputn.
tion for t'iitnily uses equal to tli** celelTntetl
mannfacturinj; nmchines ol lliis Firm, which
are generally acknowledged, even hy denlpri
in other Sevvini» Machine.-, lo he iiiiii|iialled
for such purposes.
BgT NO OTHER Family Scwintf Mnchinn
has such perfect and improved applinnres for
Rufflinp, Hemminir, Binding, Felling, Tucking,
Gathering, Guuging, Uruidin or ng, Q II-
ing, etc,
B®* All persons requiring nlnrioaMci
about ourSewitif; Machines,their . izes, Pricei,
Working Capacities, And thc he«-i method of
piltThasinp,can obtain it by seodiug lor a copy
of tho
SINGER   MANTIFACTITRtNO    COMPANY S
ILLCSTRlTUn   rAMl'HI.V.T,
Which is entirely devoted   to Ihe   suhj»ct     It
will be sent gratis, with specimens ot work.
Local Agents wanted in every ^swa.
WILLIAM BRODUICK
General Agent for the Singer Mant'g to.
h t VOL. I.
VICTORIA,   VANCOUVER   ISLAND,   THURSDAY   EVENING,   AUGUST   23    IMG,'
flilegrayfji
DAY   EVENING,   AUGUST   23    W&% NO. 45.
THE
EVENING TELEGRAPH,"
iTi:i..-i,EH
verv   Evening at   4   O'Clock,
^Saturday aud Sunday evenings excepted.)
ALSO RVKIIY
SUNDAY    MORNING |
N*;tv Advertisements.
For Sale Ex Camden,
tkiisis of acBaoniFTioM ■
.r Annme, tn adraiini, by mail,...,
■j.   rm.iilli.	
w W -aa, payable in Carrier,	
fir Cu, lea,	
...110 oo I
...    il no I
!M
10
'or terms of Advertisement applv at the ]
Offlce. Langley Street
Hosteller, Ilockcr, and Angoitura*Bltleri,
Oregon (liter In bbls. |and cases,
Ilant In casks, half-taiks'and cases,
Snuternc nnd California While II hie,
French Alcohol 90 0.1'.,
I ii,'. tliqtint, tliini-n and  llollcnjcr.'Cbam.
pagne,
And In  ttore an   assortment of Rrandjr
and Liquors iiltahle for the fradr.
TKLT!.
New Advertisements.
EVENING TELEGRAPH
THEATRE
Photographic Gallery
(UP  STAIRS).
TIIK OKKAT
KEMKIIY
AUK.
OV  TUB
I
HIS GALLERY, LONO AND FAVOK-
nbly known tn Victorians and strangers,
bas facilities in tbo way ol light, material*.
4c, aud the  experience of the proprietor cn-
>liis r;il   A ne Clio I I'M.
Cor Depot of Havana Cigars,
'lementi, tlio pianist, owinir to his in-
rflte study, becumn no nlisent minded
.'.nit various uniomfortnble todies nrose
from his misfortune. Atone time, while
on a visit io tho Kirl of Pembroke, nt his
snat ut Wilton, he wns accompanied hy
Crosdell, '.he floliiicollilt, who, to lost his
uluiraotednoss, plnjcd the following
prank : After bathing one sultry evening, I
Crosdell retired io the dressing-room on I
the margin of the hike, leaving Uleitienti j
still recreating bimself in the water, und
privately luking the lutter's shirt, con.
teyed it into the house, und apprised
Lord Pembroke of the juke. At tho expiration of half un hour, Clement) returned perfectly dressed, us ho believed, nnd
while lie wns  expatiating  largely on the
pleasure he hud experienced by his it cr-
siou, a gentleman ami ludy (friends of the
peer) nrrived on an evening visit. After
the usual introduction had taken place,
the ludy expressed a desire to hoar Clementi piny one of his own soi ntus on the
piano forte, to which he readily ussetlted.
Huvirig taken his sent, and fidgeted a
little in his peculiar wa/, he played the
lirst movement of one of his most dillicult
pieces and was about to begin the adagio,
when, being oppressed Willi heat, he unconsciously unbuttoned nearly the whole
of his waistcoat, and was proceeding,
when the lady, greatly surprised, hastily
relii'd to the fnrllio-t end of Ihe room,
while Lord Pembroke, almost convulsed
with lnughter, apprised Clementi of his
i.ituation, who, staring wildly, darted out
ot the room, and could not by any entreaties be prevailed on to rejoin the
parly.
Tue Abbe Olivet lias described nn
omiisemetit of I'elisson diiriig his confinement in tho IJustile, which consisted In
feeding b spider, which he bad discovered
forming its web iu the comer of a small
window. For some time ho placed his
flics nl the edge, while his valet, who
was v - it li him, played on a bagpipe ; little
by little the spider tistnl itself to distinguish the sound of the instrument, und
ii.stiud from its hole to run and catch its
prey. Thus, calling it always by the
same sound, nnd placing the flics at a
still greater distance he succeeded, after
wjrtfral months, in drilling the spider, by
regular exercise, so that, at length, it
never failed appearing at, tho first comitl,
'to seize on the fly provided for it, even
on the knees of the prisoner.
.Vsepb liurtli, a celebrated singer, died
in Vienna In Ihe mouth of Mny. A very
interesting anecdote is told nbout him.
He culled once on Beethoven, when the
great composer wns just going to burn a
piece of music. " What are you doing V
asked Burth. " I am going to burn this
nonsense," the composer replied, •' Let
me first hear tint nonsense," Il.irtli rejoined, and he took it from the composer,
requesting him to sit down and accompany
him. Bortli then sung the song so beautifully that Beethoven jumped up und embraced hint. There ws nothing further
said about burning the song, which wus
no other than "Adelaide"
nu 6
KUIJKNK THOMAS,
Yates street.
The Colonial Market
JOHNSON*   STREET,
(oFFOUTE      OMENTAL     ALLEY,)
Will he re-opencd on
Saturday,    August     4th.
The market will lie constantly supj.licil
with the bi'St quality of articles required for
the family table. Fresh supplies received
daily.
,,u l N. V. LANOE.
WARM  WEATHER!
ICE!   XCZ!   ICE!
» LUXURY WITHIN THE REACH OF
xl all, supplied by
\LEX.    PHILLIPS,
FORT STREET,
To say nothing about Ginger lieer, Lcmonndc,
or Soda Water with it.
types, anil photographic work ol superior
inislt nucquiiiled by any other house in town.
and at as low pricks a9 urm.it kstaiimsh-
mknts charge for common und inferior
pictures—in fact at prices to suit the limes
Cartes de Visite, -  • $5 per Doz.
Out door work attended to  at short notice,
and on the most reasonable terms.
8>5y- The way to keep cool.
au rt
u
GENERAL
Job   Printing
ESTABLISHMENT
Langley Street, Victoria,
The   Printing    Office
or THS
GEORGE
au G
ROBINSON,
Proprietor.
HOLLOWAY'S OJNTAIEM.
lit*
Tin     riff* I     ol    thr     •MnlMi.nl
Dj at rut
To the r< ry CO e nnd rtn*n ol m!I di* mt*H
trhlcb affect tlie liumno Unit, thin irmnrUlilt
orrpitrit'ion p*9*tmlf. Ii >\ita\\j[tvnrs under
ihe friction ol tli*- h*fl4l, »■ -wit (li»ii|>j>»-«rf
when rubltfit  u,*ou mihhI.    Tlit   UB0*Ml titr-
ROUND THE CORNER"
13 TIIE NAME OF THE
ISTEW     SALOON
JtTST OPENED I.V
lAOt'Aey   street,   round   the
corner from Yates slri'et,
In the building formerly  occupied   by   the
Saloon of Eiikiiiiaiuit's IIoi'EL.
Thc  Saloon  has  been   tastefully rcfilted,
and will be supplied with the
A L I T Y   0 P
FIRST
Wines
QU
and
Liquors.
'Mother, can't I go nnd have ray
daguerreotype taken ?' 'No; I gness il
isn't worth while.' 'Well, theu, yon
might let me go and have a tooth bulled;
I nefer go anywhere !'
ALICE   3ROWN'S
FANCY   TWIST
SMOKING TOBACCO
JUST RECEIVED AT
A.   F.   KLEYNER.'SS,
Together wilh some fine
HAVANA CIGARS DIKECT.
Also on hand
Wine Sap, Peach, Apricot, Mary's Own,
light Pressed, Natural Leaf, Buffalo
Tongue, and Atlantic Cable
Tobacco-
JUST RECEIVED   PEIl  BARK RIVAL
A Fine Assortment of
Meerschaum   Pipes.
Call and eiaminc.
au 5-lm
The proprietor respectfully invites the public to call "ROUND TIIE CORNER" and
judge for themselves.
i;OVEHXF.ENT   STIIKF.T     KNTHASCK— NEXT
door to the Telegraph Office,
jyjo       .rteon  in: it k in nre.
EVENING
TELEGRAPH
Office is replete with every appliance
and variety of Material for the
ablet bim to furnish Cartes de Visitc.-Ambro.'   lorn., lis healing  cim.mI   rapidly, «Wj, ..4
fVlthoUt ptlC.       Muiple eruptions   open .Oft*.
hard tumor*, *crotn.>'U< aesttSoptn*ttlt ti all
kinds, abcesses, eaacert, old a-nines, and, !■
■act, every apecb s nt inll ttiinmiion nnd suppuration, whether |p il e akin, the fleab tho
elands, or among the uuiioles, can be '.rrrsteb
in itf destructive voorfe, ..nil permanently
cured without danger by rubbing in thii inestimable i iintiio ni.
Bail    l.-s-,   U>d   Itunala,    lull,   ■•<
Vital:
In many Hospitals in Europe this celebrated
remedy is now used lor lbs cure ot old wounds,
lores, ond ulcers ; in Spain and Portugal, ant
in many parts of Italy, the first Physician* ra-
reguUrly prescribe its use. It is a wrmbf
remedy "for bad breasts and bud legs; and like-
wise for all skin diseases. It is to be found in
the rhest of nearly every sailor, soldier, au/
emigrant.
linurudcnelea   of   Yonlh ; —9ore»   p*4
Ulcers.
The above class or couiplniota is "nrely ra-
tioved by nightly fomenii"g the parts wltt
.arm water, and then by most illeclually rub
oing in this Oiniment. Persons suffering Iron
these direful complaints should lose not a mo
ment in arresting their progress. It should b«
understood that it is not sufficient merely to
smear tlie Oiniment on the aHected parts, bul
it must be well rubbed in for some cousiderablf
time twnor three times a day, thai it may ba
laken into the system, whence it will remov.
only hidden sore or wouad as effectually a*
though it were palpable to the eye. llread and
water poultices, after the rubbing in ol tt.
Ointment, wi',1 do great service. This ii thi
I only proper treatment for females iu ca»ei cl
j cancer ia tho stomach, or for those who suflcc
j from a general bearing dovi n.
Piles, Fistulas, Strictures.
Blotches, asnlso swellings, can with certainly
be radically cured if the Ointment b» used
freely, and the Pills be taken niiihl and morn.
j ing as recommended in theprintedinitrueiiiunl
When treated in anyotherway these complaint.
Duly dry up in one place to break out in an-
ithcr ; whereas this Oiniment will remove lh»
'junior from the system, and leave the pulitn
i vigorous and healthy being. It will requir.
.ime, aided by '.he use of tbe Pills, io ensure
asting cure.
Dlpthcrln, Bronchitis, Sole Throats,
Any of tho above class of diseases may ba
-ured'by well rubbing the Oiniment ihrea
.imcs a day upon the skin covering the throat,
chest, nnd neck ol the patient. The unguent
will soon penetrate tbe pores and give ioimed.
mte relief. To nllny the lever and le-sen tl:a
Inflamatlon, eight or ten Pills should be takea
night nnd morning. The Ointment will pio.
duce persp:ration, which is so esseniial for
rcrao'ing fevers, sore throats, and those oppressions of the chest which arise Irom
Aflhn a, Bronchitis, and othei   causes.
Id.Hi   the   Ointment nml   Pills   should
It.i  used   In  the  following  Cases I
RED LION HOTEL,
GOVERNMENT  STREET.
'pHE   ABOVE-NAMED    HOTEL   HAVING
1.   been opened by
JOE      EDEN,
He will be  happy to  meet his   friends  on all
occasions, an   will furnish them with
the best of
Wine?j Liquors, Ale, Porter, &c.
and Cigars.
BOARD AXD LODGING PER DAT $1.
Jjtgy- Bagatelle and Hkitttes.
Call and sec the establishment.     JOE presides and keeps order. au 10
A   YOUNG   GIRL  FOR LIGHT HOl'SE-
work, und to Walt on table.
Apply to
MRS. ZINKE,
fates St., between Government and Broad.
ti ••*'
A
EX   FIDELITER
Choice Lot of Bacon
J«wt   Arrived.
For Sn'e by
P.   Gilligan,
STOKE STREET.
Miscellaneous.
Execution of
Oriental Restaurant,
YATES   STREET,
In connection with the Oriental Hotel.
THIS   ESTABLISHMENT   IS   OPEN AT
ALL HOURS OP THE DAY OR NIGHT
THE    TABLE
Will be furnished with the best the markot
affords.
Breakfast,
Dinner,
Supper
At moderate prices,
Oysters   in   every   Style.
Private Rooms for sm ill or large parties.
Call aad judge for yourselves. jy 30-lra
LETTER PRESS  PRINTING!
In all its brunches, whether
Plain or Ornamental
EXPRESS LINE STAGES,
l
MIR   COACHES   OF   THIS   LIVE   Wiwii
now run regularly, leaving   Yule, ti. i
Monday*,
Wednesdays,
And Fridays
AT 7. A. M.,
FOR    S A V ANA'S     FBBBV
(Hip Bend Route), until tbe  completion ot the
road, when tliey will po to Bnvana'- '
The Couch for Cariboo
Kerry,
leave Yule on
and I.*tt"
ft i ■; 'li .Mil
Hunirt
Bunion*
Pit** ot Mo»rtn toes
»tul Sand-Flie*
nco-'ay
Ctiicsto-foot
;hllblnim
Cbtpptd lUndx
Torn* (Corns)
Cttiicera
C 'ntracted
Stitl Joint*
Klpphantusis
Kixiulai
Onnt
tllandiilar    8
lin*i
I. DWfO<
PiloH
Rh»nm*tiim
ICcftliU
nnd Sme Nti'plM
s r« Throat
Skin iUmh
.scurry
Sur« livadt
nii'»r«
CkWM
Wotindf
Ya«*
rll
UondAy i
jy2
will
F. J. RARK\RD
NOTICE !        NOTICE !!
I.^ROJl THIS DATE THS UNDERSIGNED
Ij has concluded to reduce his price ONE-
HALF ; and hereafter the
FINEST WINES AND LIQUORS,
ALE,   BEER,   kc, kc,
Will be served nt tlio
'METROPOLITAN"
At TWELVE AND A HALF CENTS
per sample.
The public will please call and sample, and
satisfy ili-inselves that the very best is to be
hail nt the above price.
T. J. BURNS,
Metropolitan S.iloou, Slore street,
jy 26
inll    OFFICE   AIMS   at  securing
suet  speedy   Execution of orders as  is
consistent with   correct and   elegiut Work,
manship.
T1
Orders received for Printing
Hooks,
Business Cards,
Pamphlets
Invoices,]
Catalogue)
Bill Heads,
Sermons,
Trade Forms,
Reports
Circulars, (PUin
Rentals,
Coloured,)
Leases,
Hand   Bills. (Plain or
Law Forms of erery
Coloured,)
description.
For Prices,   apply   at the
Langley street,
Office.
General News Agent
J. Stratman.
EMPIRE NEWS DEPOT
Cor. Washington & Sansome nf.
S»a,n Francisco.
THE ADVERTISER is prepared to supply
with punctuality and celerity ihe annexed
newspapers and periodicals upon the following
terms All orders, to receive immediate attention, mi'.st be accompanied by cash remittance,
and handed in previous to the 4th, 14th, and
:!4th ot each month.
I...n.Inn Daily Time» - JH 00
•'       Tin FieM  1100
w       Illmlinlt'it Tiraeu  7 00
'<       WeeklrTimei        7 00
14       lli-il . i.ifr in London 14 00
• Weekly nW'iilck 14 00
"        III. Neinnfllie World   14 00
.'        l'ulilic Opinion  7 50
• Index (Free 1 rude) 1100
'•       III.  Spnitiny New."  8 OO
"       8|Kcutiir  H 00
»       ttr'iew   I100
«'       S-Oiirdny KeVUw 14 00
nnlil'-1 K«li"n 1^00
l.nivlu.1 IlliKlrnli'.' N«»« 14 00
Allin-I'^  Monlhl; 300
Bl»ck*oo<l'« MHgaziue 3 00
H-»rp'*rV HagaKine 3 00
8ixpenny MiigiSmc 3 Oil
Knickerbocker   3'ir
Paciflc M mt'ily   3 00
(toder'nl-idle* Book 3 00
Minimi Hott 3 OO
Continental Magazine  3 00
Madron Deinorvai'a uonlblv 3 00
Y. Leilie'* new Family Hagmine  3 00
Chartibfrs' K-dinburgh   ournal.... 4 00
Monllilv   paptra, Once*  Week :....5 00
.' "       All tbe Year Round 600
Thackeray'• Cornhill Masatine fl OC
London Lancet 6 00
C. A  Sala'sTciunlc Bar tiOO
London Society Magazine Hi-}
St. Jaroea Muasloe , 6 00
Edinburgh Rvvii-w 10 Oo
London ~Krview 10 00
North Britiabllcview 10 OO
ifertmln'ter Bel leu I'lOO
I ond^n Art  .Ir.urnal IsQO
Mini1** *  SfDellin^ il.e 1J°0
Hd «l t' t Kslalillibmenl ol PaoFSUna lloiinwa
III, Strand, raear Tetni* Bai), Londnn ; aim by a
.-aipvctatile Druirtrlata tud Iipnlcru In Mclicluna lbroa|b
aui tbe elvihied world, at (lie follnwint pileea la. 1 '.4
2. id. 4» M,lla.,tt,ualOa,*aahtat.
... Tliare a a nnnildiirable Having b., '.nklng tli* lartt.
Izta.
N II — tiirocti"n« fnr Ibe fnldi-nea of Pall.-nt.  in avit
.lla.irlpr ar» alllled lo neli Y-\
(sewing machines,)
\N
1 BO
"•iy Street, Sa»
tt*+*
^■l
Nmi - Tl.. Sinf» M^hiiw la UM n'.W Mn'-hia« lli«
w.11 mw all kinda ot iloth «ilh nil Uadl rfthmA
ft^- TS. OOO-VM
MACHINES SOLI) IN TWO YEARS
Thc almost Incredible Increara in the rnla of
the Singer Machine dorlng the pail two years
is owing to tha popularity of the I.UTTER A
TRANSVERSE SHUTTLE Family Machine,
which was Introduced In I8M, liar, which
time it has earned ami established a reputn.
tion for family uses equal to Ihe celebrated
manufacturing machines ol this Firm, which
are genernlly acknowledged, even by dealers
in other Sowing Machines, to be unequalled
for such purposed.
Qcg- NO OTHER Family Sewing Mnchine
has such perfect and improved applinnres for
Ruffling, Hemming, Binding, Felling, Tucking,
Gathering, Guuging, Urnidii or ng, ti
ing, etc.
Jgf~ All persons requiring niorio.i'ic"!
about ourSewing Machines,their • iff. Prices,
Working Capacities, nnd tlie best method of
piirchiising.ciin obtain it by sending tor a copy
of the
SINGER    MANUFACTURER    COMPANY S
IM.C8TBATKD  PAMIHI.V.T,
Which is entirely devoted   to the   suhjert     It
will be sent gratis, with specimens ol work.
Local Agent* icanted in every Town.
WILLIAM BRODRICK
General Agent for the Singer Mant'g Co.
h *
ii- A Down Kant Juryman.
["Ethan Spike" contributes to thc
Portland Traincri/it a sketch of his experience us a jurjnmu. Ihe first cases
hu was called upon to try wero capital
ones—the criniiuiiU were a Uermati and
a ' nigfr«r' respectively.
' llev yon formed any opinion for or
agin the prisoner* V said the judge.
'Not particular agin the jaru.in,' says
I, ' but 1 hate niggers as a general principle, aud shall go for hanging this old
white woolcd cus», whether he killed Mr.
Cooper or not,' suys I.
' Do you know the nature of au oath?'
tbe cleik axed me.
'Iorter' says I, 'I've used enough of
'em. I beguu to swear when I was only
about—'
"Ibat'll do,' says the clark. ' Yoo kin
go hum,'says he, 'you won't be wauled
in tbi* ere case,' mys tbe dark, says he.
'Whul!' says I, 'aiut 1 to try this
aiggtr at all?'
' No' says the clark.
"But I'm a jowrymnn,' says I, ' and
you can't hang '.be nigger onless I sot on
bim,' says j.
'Pass'on,' says the claik, speaking
rather cross.
' But,'says I, 'you mister, you don't
mean as you sny ; I'm b regular jnrynmn,
you know. Drnwed eout of tlio box by
tho teelick man,' says I. ' I've oilers had
a hunkcriug to liniig a ni;<ger, and no*',
when a merciful dispensatory seems to
have provided ono for me, you say 1
shan't sit on him! Ar this your free institutions ? Is this the nineteenth centry?
And is this our boasted—'
Here somebody hollered 'Silence in
Court.'
'The Court bo d—!' I didn't fi.iisb
tbe remark fore n couple of coustab'cs
hud hold of me, und in the twinkling of a
bed post 1 wus basiled down stairs into
the street.
' Naow, Mr. Editor, let mo ask, what
nre wo cotnin' to, when jewrymen—legal,
lawful, jewrymen, kin be tossed about iu
•this way? Talk about cancers, Mormons,
spiritualism, free love and panics—whut
are they in comparison ? Here's a priii-
. ciple npsot. As an Individual, perbapi,
I'm of no great account ; tan't fur tne to
say; but when us an enlightened Jewry-
man I was tuk nud carried down stairs
by profane hands just fur asserting my
.right to sit ou a nigger—wy it seems to
me the pillows of society were shook; that
iu my sacred person the hull slate itself
was, figgeratively sptukin', kicked down
stairs 1 Jf that's law in the land I'll
havo this case brought under a writ
.of babcus corpus or iekscy bickset.'
'Grammatical   queries.
"What are the regular parts of speech ?
"The tongue, palate, and lips.
To what branch of grammar do Excise
duties ou intoxicating liquors belong ?—
.Sin-tax.
What is a Love Loiter ?—An indefinite
-article.
A Creditor's Letter ?—A definite
article. i
Marriago ?—A conjunction uniting two
passive verbs with active significations, iu
the optative mood.
Divorce ?—A disjunctive conjunction.
A Fool ?—Imperfect tense, passive.
A Wise Man—Perfect tense, active.
A hard Taskmaster 'I — Imperative
mood.
A prodigal ?—Dtitivo case.
A Boy inlbiniing against his Companion?
—Accusative case.
Tlie Compahiou whipped ?—Vocative
caso.
The Master whipping ?—An active
verb, governing both Ihe accusative and
vocative.
A Creditor?—Present tense active.
A Debtor ?—Future tense passive.
• A rejected Lover ?—A declension with
out the dative.
Au accepted i.ovcr ?—A conjugation
with the participles.
A Policeman separating two in a light ?
—Auinterjection displacing a conjunction?
' A Dochelor 7—A personal pronoun
without thc plural.
Why is a bridegroom worth more than
a bride ? Because she is given away and
he is bold.
New Advertisements.
New   Advertisements.
ALICE   BROWN'S
FANCY   TWIST
SMOKING TOBACCO
JUST RKCEIVKI) AT
A.   F.   KEYSEU'S,
Together with some line
HAVANA CIGARS DIRECT.
Also on hand
Wine Sap, Peach, Apricot, Mary's Own,
Light Pressed, Natural Leaf, Buffalo
Tongue, and Atlantic Cable
Tobacco-
JUST RECEIVED  PER BARK RIVAL
A Fine Assortment of
Meerschaum   Pipes.
Call and examine.
an 5-lm
WILLIAM   LYONS,
SKiiPiPiisro
— AND—
Commission      Agent,
On tho Corner of
Wharf and Johnson Streets.
nu 3-2m
The "Grotto,"
0PP081TH TIIE TELEGRAPH OFFICE.
hoice liquor go  to tbe
yon  will
For n  gluss  of
" Grotto,"
TYierc " none but the best
find is the motto.
Mint Julep?, Sherry Cobblers—everything
cooling ;
Come ) e that do thirst, you will find its
no Moling.
Alhambra
BILLIARD SALOON,
tmiv.it WRMBbTO 4sd nn» srs.
Entrance on Yatss Street.
au 3-1 ra
UNIO^ HOTEL,
Corner Bastion and langley sts.
Miscllaix
RF.SPROTFULLT IN'
ei
utiiv' open   for   the   reception   of
IHE PROPRIETOR
.  forms the public, tlmt the abort  named
Hotel
Hoarders
Terms :
Board and Loderins; per week
Board without Lodging
$10 00
8,00
The Kotel
Is locnted in Ihe uiuSt central part nf the city,
being in lbe immediate vicinity ol the principal Husincss Houses, the Thealre and other
places of amusement in the citr>
The Table
Will he supplied with all the delicacies that
our markets afTord.
An early application i« necessary as only a
limit«<! number of boarders will be takee.it
being the intention of the Proprietor tn do all
in his power to promoto the comfort of those
who mny favor him with their patronnge.
BEFERENCE   REQUIKLD-
T. II. Uo IU.N1T, Proprietor.
Victoria, V. I., July 30th. 1866,        jy 30
Miscellaneous.
W1LS0M  &  MURRAY,
GKOOBRS,
Provision, Wiuo & S^iri! Merchants,
BAKERS & confectioners,
lOIIT ST., VICTORIA, V. I.
BIXIPPIKQ    SUPPLIED.
Chains and Anchors.
TWENTY  TONS  CHAIN
Short Liu'teil and proved from J to ^
Mi-cillaneous.
Je.sse   Cowper,
A.
h m
WCHORS
From 20 to 800 pounds.
For Sale by
PETER M">r.UlE,
Wharf ttreet, Victoria.
L.    BETTMAN.
DEALER IN BUY (IOODS
IIOOTd AXO .SHOES, k., k
GROCERIES,
tc.
THE IPIOISTI'SEIR,
ICECKEAM,
—FROM THE—
PACIFIC TELEGRAPH HOTEL,
IS AGAIN IN THE FIELD.
HIE   PROPRIETOR   IS   PREPARED   TO
supply, ns usuai, his customers, parties,
balls, etc., nl moderate rates.
PACIFIC TELEGRAPH HOTEL,
au 3 Stoic street.
T
A Nkw and Grand Keocit ix Mepiciki!—
Dr. Maggiel is ihe foundt. ot a new Medical
system. The qunnt.itariuus, whose vnst internal doses entcebte the stomach and paralyse
the bowels, must give precedence to the man
who restores health and nppetile, with from
one to two of his extraordinary Pills, and
cures the most virulent sores wilh a box or no
ol his wonderlul aud all healing Salvo. These
two great specifics of the Doctors are fast su.
perseding all thc stereotyped nostrums of thc
day. Extraordinary cures by Maggiel's Pills
nnd Salve have opened the eyes of the public
to the inefficiency of the (so called) remedies
of others, and upon which people huve so long
blindly depended. Maggiel's Pills nre no ot
tbe claps that are swallowed hy the dor.cn, and
of which every box full tnken creates an absolute necessity for another. One or two of
Mnpgiels Pills suffices to place the bowels in
perfect order, tone the stomach, create an appetite, and render the spirits light and buoyant! There is no griping, and no reaction in
the form of constipation. If the liver is affected, its functions arc restored ; and it the
nervous system is feeble, it is invigorated.
This last quality makes the medicines very
desirable lor the wants of delicate females.
Ulcerous and eruptive diseases are literally
extinguished by tt.c disinfectant power of
Maggiel's S:i!w. In fact, it is Iiere announced
thnt HagrglcI'M Hilton*. Dy*|>«ptl<:
and Uini'i licit I'ill* cure where all
others fail. While for Burns, Scalds, Chil
blains, Cuts and all abrasions of tbe skin
Manglel** Salve is infallible. Sold by
J. Haogiil, II Pine "tree', Now York, and all
Druggists, at 25 cts. per box.
TOBACCO PLANT
ARRIVAL 0]T ANOTHER CARGO FROM
Virginia & Cuba,
VIA   ASl'INWAU.,
Of (he (Hast   Celebrated llr.iuds of
TOBACCO   &   SEGARS
EVER IMPORTED
Samples can bo  had  at  the M VKIXPII',"
corner Vales and Government streets.
Arrival of a few more Plants
by the "California."
Stay* Office of C. F.  Green's Victoria
and Esquitntilt ExpreM,
F. &U1FBEI.L,
an2 ADELPHI SEGAR STORE.
Wanted to Borrow
S500    DOLLARS
ON FIRST-CLASS HEAL ESTATE SE-
curity producing $60 per month. The
money would bo laken for ono year at 11 per
cent, per month.
For particulars apply to
A. F. MUN,
au 2 Government street.
IMl'ORTEK    AND
DEALER
WHOLESALE
IN
Oregon and California Flour,
Middlings, Bran. Grain* Butter,
Lard, Provisions, etc,, etc.
Families tnd the Trade supplied on tbe
most reasonable terras.
No. 40 Government street,
NEAR CORNER OF FORT.
ti**
A   Triumph    oi    Science
TUE  LIGHT  OF   THE   WORLD
DR. MAGGIEL'S
PILLS   & SALVE.
Theae I/fo-iflving remedies tire now, fir tlie fir t
tii'-e, irvci pul)i cly to tli ■ w -r d. Kor over aquaitsr
i f u itntui-y ofprWate practice tho ioyrodUiU *li th»io
Life-Giving Pills
Hit" bopn lined with tbe Rrentont success. Tli^ir
miKibn ii n t on y to i rrvent ■ in. fi -. but to cure
Tliey wrcli 0t|* (no variiMt mil-idles by ffhleh the
patjBDt in suffer ii.;, ami re-invigorate** tha ailiii;
sy»iem. T ■ the n:;cd and inhrin a lew duees of tlu-nu
valuable pills will] rove to be
A YERT FOUNTAIN OF YOUTH,
F»r in every case tSey a'id new life anil vilaMty, and
■eaters the w«nlng mio/gle^ to Lhely i rUtine natwi T>
ill''   ml'll;:   ::li .     IMI    ill ■   ■ !'<■.!     ||>. y     Mil     J I1   l\ '     HI" ■ I     I li
v»lu lie, a« a ret y, spoeillc and eierin^ madloioo.
1 ere iu a ilrcam realised,that Hunca«fte*LM>B bou^Ii*
for three hundred yearn ago, and never f nud. lit?
lookid tor u f nu l ai ii that would restoro the old t<*
\igor and make « outh ever
A.U Eternal Spring !
It wrb left for thii dny nnd hnnr to realize thn drenm,
nlid ili-.vv m oneglorioas (kflt the magic that u.nde
ii fair.
THESE  FAMOUS   REMEDIES
Cannot stiv th- flight of yum*, hut they ciin force back
ant' hold aloof, diieaaei i liat mir.tiri inph over tin
ag «i mxl the young.   Let ii'-ue beattata  then, bm
Bein tho favorable "; poi ininty thnt oCbra* When Ukui
aa pxeiorihed—
For Billious Disorders
Nollitne can  he   mnr« producttee nf cure tlmn theM
pills.—linir almoet in «i: influanee la felt at o •> ;
nml tho   UKual  cuiio iiuitants  of this im Bt  diatKHlnf)
■ !■■■ :i;-i' tfl removed.   Tliflre remedies  aro made irom
tlie ptiPtlf
vegetabll; compounds.
i'!i y will not bat'm LIir moat delicate female, Anil
ca i li" .:i ui with j; nul ell'eot iu prvduribed denoH to
tlie youngest babe.
For Cutaneous Disorders
An4 »ll .m'tlnlli ot ilu. .kli'.Mi" SAI.VK'ii inn.l in-
v.lu.l'l.. k <lne. n >t liual i-xletnalljr nlnnc, bul pt'n--
ir.itfn wilh Uie ma.t nt.rclilnp eirccl. Uj tlm vcvi nwi
uf.lmcvil.
DR. MAGGIEL'S PILLS
Iuvariably cure tho followiug Diseases
Asthma,
lluwel Complaintn,
Coughn,
Coldn,
Chest Diveaaeit,
CoBliveneHM,
Djfpepsia,1
Uiarrhra,
Dropsy,
Debility,
Fever and Agi >-..
female Complaintn,
Headache,
Indication,
Inflnei za,
loflamni it'on,
Inward Wcakucsn,
Li-iT Complaint,
LowriOtft of Spirits,
Ringworm,
Itbeuinatintn,
bait Kheutn,
Scald?,
Skin Diseases.
fiS" NOTICE.— Vonegenrinn without the rnjmved
traile-mark iro'ind im«'!i pot or box, signet) by DR. >T.
MAbdlbl'i 4S Fulton street} N aw lork, io couutt;rfe:t
whieh is lelouy.
&f Hold hy all  respoctnble Dl-aIrts in  Medicines
th  I..  ;i iV-' Unite.I Slatee and Canniia— al 25 ceun
perbux or jiot.
A. C. Langley & Co.,
Agents for Vancouver Island nnd British
Columbia.
jf 2
uu 11
Olymiiia, W-T.
PRIVATE   BOARD.
Board   with   Comfortably
Furnished Bed-room,
Six Dollars per Week.
YATES   ST.,
Next
Door  to  the
American.
Anglo-
jy36
Wbol<Mi*lfl ami K.'tail Dealer in
BOOTS AMD SHOES,
LEATHER,
—AND—
SHOE     FINDINGS,
"STATES    STREET,
OPPOSITE WBLL8, FARGO & Co
At tlie did stuiiil of Webster k Co., it
prepared   to  nu|>|>ly the wauti of tb«
puh.ic in hi.i line.
The Latest Stvles
Eleoeired by every urrival from Englsr.d
ami San Franriwo. auii
Mrs.   He in
KEEPS   CONSTANTLY  ON   HAND  THK
Ulcst lasiiions in
MILLINERY,
 A)	
Prices to  Suit the Times,
GOVEBSMBNf    STUEBr
llrlwdn Fort nml Hroiighlon. a*A
"TulToNE  TULNU   WANTED.
CHARLES    BERNARD,
Manufacturer and Dealer in
MM CHARTRES COFFEE
And Spleen of all Minis.
No. 707, Sansome street, corner Gold,
Between Jnckyon nml Pacific,
First Premium awarded by the  Mechanics1 Institute, for the best Coffee and Spices.
The proprietor having  Introduced  Hteam
I'ower in his Munulhctory, hu inOW InorCUOd
facHltiei to supply the trade and the public in
general. All nrticles from his Bltablilbmenl
are guaranteed to be pme nnd unndulu'iati'd.
The public nre respectfully invited to call nnd
convince themselves Country orders promptly
attended to. au '2
BRITISH    PERIODICALS.
The London Quarterly Rev ew (Conservative).
The Edinburgh Review (Whig)
The Vi/ estminster Review (Radical)
Tho North British Review (Free Church)
— AS D—
Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (Tory)
Tho tear Rertcwi r«-published hy M<••■»!•«. t.itt &
t'o.. ntn aeneTtVy co ptdorcd u (he final Rertewr,
mui BUrkwood hiw been justly placed in the nine
r.uik. U'lio: ver ilispemi's Willi r MlUff pn'iUeattoiis of
thin clans. wh*terer maj he hU enwrnl luformitlon,
«rfft aoon bo altofethar hehlncj the timo in which be
liven—aad tn tlioi* tlmwa pareotraa; >'»oii get ttry
ttt bohtnd. Thf.v ni'v he tmI nnd siudiei) witli an*
rantajie by ihe people of this country, oi ersr/Oreed
and party*
s^r- BLA0KW00T) is enninallf attrtotlve et Uile
lime to Amertsanii, oot only fur It-i seri i articles by
dlstttifulihed wrlteri nf n.-ii n, but fnr <hti M4<mntOf
th.- late civil wr now bviitg written by CO. Von
Bnrk*, aOeimanoflleor, clii'-f- C-ettd toOen- J.B.B.
Liart, of ihe OoofadfTatl nriny.
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Fur an> two uf iho HcvU-ws  7 "
For nny llirro of Ihe licviewa 10 "
Foiallf.uir of tbeBevleW 12 '*
Foa I'.lackWiiiid's Ma^niin* 4 "
For HIack wood and oiiu Itovi w  7 "
For lH:t kw-.oil nnd any two of tho Re-
vi»ws 10 "
For RlackWO .d and three of tlm BaTlani.JS *
For Dl-ickwond and ihe four  RerlfWI 15 "
CLUBS.
A dUeotmt of tft-nti/ pnr Otnt wi'I he a'lowetl to clubs
of four or more persons. Tnux, four »■ plW ef
Ulackwend, nr nfoitp \ cvlew will he Kent la DM 0&-
dress nr»12 K0. l'onrc.ii<ii s of tlm fuor lieviewn and
Hiaokwood, for $4S, and ko ou.
POSTAGE.
When sent by mail, the I'oitaui  tnsny|inrt of the
United   t toe wlH baiuttwenu-four otnUa year for
"   LAOCWtxni," and but  Light cents a  year  for each of
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loeluetvei M the rate of 93 50 a year.
The North British from Jinnary, 18fi3, to December.
1^65, Ineluslvei tlie fitfnbwyA nnd the yertiwfaMfef firm
^p ii. isr4, to December, 1S6.'>, InttuUve, end   th*
London Quarterly lor tho ye»r IS' 6,  ut the rate of $1 .00
a yoar for each or any    ovi-w.
Mr A few copies yet nm-t iii of all the four Rcviem
for J8(i3at $4 a set, or £l 50 for any oue.
LEONARD   SCOTT   &   CO.,
Publishers, 38  Waiter Street* X. T.
tt* & St Co., alio pOhBth the
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*8 0ft j)"--
:
HOLLOWAY'S PILLS.   ■
The mood
These fnnioiis  pills   nre  bo  composed  tl
tliey operate frboleiomtlj on the slomnch, I
liver, the bowels, nnd oilier orpnns; by correi
iiiff   nny  'ii'' iinL'einei'iK     in   their   function;
whereby 11 sternly supply of pnre mntemll I |
the renewal ol the lllood   is Inrnlshed, and '
eoii.ili'.nl nhsiriivtioii  ol effete  products  is «i
lei led.    Thii perfect circulation thug bteom
tlie very fonatnin of heulih nnd life, And ov
comes ull form of disease wherever its >itn
tlon.
General Dlnordci-N of (lie Mvi
illlll   MollllM li.
All who ever indulire n* '.able, either In es
nif or drillklafr, should take nbout ten of lh»
Ininous piths at bed time, tioui wliich will r
tnilt a cienr head nnd good slomnch the fcdl-ii
[tig morninp. Tlionsands of Ladies are I
ways complaining of sick bendnchea, want
appeliu:, want ol enery>, nnd want of strong)
in conect all these evils, three or four ot tbi
I'ill.t should be taken twice a week, when tb
would pive the invalid .he health anil appeli
of a ploupliman.
Females ol° nil ijres nnd t'lnsse*
Olistruciiond ol nny kind, either in youn
or those between forty nnd fitly—thn most el !
leal pflllod of life— tuny be radically remo'.
by Oling those  Pills according  to 111 e prin I
directlODl which iicconipany each box.   Tou
persons with sickly  and   sallow  eomplexic
may have the bloom of healih restored by tl
roneetive,   wLicb  purifies  thc blood  Dnd
pels all groil and impure humors from thee
tem.    lleware  then   of the critical  age Ir
forty to filty, as it sends  many thousands I
premature grave,— these Tills should be tal
u that period of lite two or three tlnei
leek
tVnnt of Strength nnd ;i:ner
Persons of sedentary habits, or those t
bled in mind, workinc iu Knctnri
Pltli Who cannot obtain that amount ot fi
air and e.iereise which niuure requires, stf
from weahness and delility, lowness of top
and waut of appetite. All such should tat(
Jose or two ot these Pills every three or Is
dnys, as they net gently nnd ellectunlly on J
system ond impart, vigor nnd energy to >
body, which is always followed by- a gj
appetite, sound nnd jefreshing sleep, an(
high flow of spirits. ?
I or the < nre of l)iopny. I
The ellie.ey ol Holloway's Tills In Drel
is extraordinary. They mt with such a p<
liar etfect upon the system, that thn llr
causing this direful complaint, nre percept)
carried olf and prevented from any lurt
nccumu'iition. Tho sufferer regaius a bu)
nncy of spirits and rejoices in a comple>
renovated cuustitulion. it is indispeusli
necessary thut the Ointment should be nl
efl'eclually rubbed into the complaining p|
during the whole course of treatrasnt. j
Children mid their illment
In no country in the world are more chili
carried to an early grave than in GreatBril
Doughs, Measles, Scarlatina, Fevers, and
jisenses nllnck Ihe little sufferers, and d
but loo often, follows at a rapid pace ; ji
m the first stage ol these complaints, par;
were to have recourse to Holloway's Pill*
danger would bo avoided for the stoni
nnd bowels would oe gently bnt effect^
eleanseH by tbli mild aperient; the depri
nuinors correctea nna tne secretions duly rf
laled. A perfect cure would *.oon bm
fected, and the "Ule patient restored to td
health. {
	
Holloway' Fi. r vte the best known remedy li
world h- ths following diseasss: s
Folil a* tlie l-pi^btlshmeiit of I'mlemmr Holloway)
.stnuiil, [ne^r Temple B.ir,) I, n-lnn ; *L" by sll nt)
alile Pni^7is'« ami Dealer* tn Me jeinefl tliroturhoi
civilized worltl, ut tlie following prlcea—la. \)f).
K 6<l., lta., 22s., nml 33*. eaeh box.
A-aip .Female Irregular-Serofo'aorK
A«tlimn Ulti Kvll
BtllifmsOMaptalnta
Kits
IlIntrliCB     oi.     thc liout
kin Head .\cho
Bowel compViint?    liiilij.*e,,tioi
Opliea iiiii.atlon
Cnn^ttpatton ofthtyanodltw
Fever of ill kindr **ore Throatl
Stone nnd
Secondary
tomt
lie Do!oreuj
Tumors
Boit'li
0ons*fn\| lion
DoU iiv
f>ropiy
Dyscntrv
Bryslptlaa
***   There b
ties,
i- for tlio fruidrnce of patients in every
.!•■! nr'1 ■t.'.y.xi il to '-ncli box
llajverComolalBtt
.Lumbago
thettmatlM
-Ueicniion «f Urine
Ulcers
Venereal
tiona
Worms    01
kind*
Weakness
wbntever
considerable  i*viujj by takloj
Pointed and Published by McGlcbi & C
thc office, L^ii^ley Street. TIH'lUillAY  KVK.MXii.  A 'OIISI   23,188*
COMMERCIAL
MKHIIK vMJ.i.
Per stmr FtDZLITBR, from Portland—Left
Portland Aug. 'J", al l.io p.m. Arrived al
Astoria Aug. 31, at 4:38 a.m.; Left Aatoria
at 'i:30 a.m., was detained three hour- by tbe
fogs below Astoria; crossed the Columbia
River Bar at to a.m.; first eight hours b>d
strung N W winds : neit eighteen hours, light
air and thick log.
i' imbhmscr*.
Per stmr FIDELITER, from Portland -C
Kituuu, Win Sim lair, James Bell, wife, child
nndsi-ter, Mr Itussell, John Watkins, Wm
Kohl end wife, Mrs J P Couch. II Bradford,
I) M Whitchlll, E .1 Welch, Mr Hloiidin, J
Lenaoi, J McKml md, W V Irate, Won Hang,
(I Manscll, A J Botter, John Hell, Mr, W II
Gray, Mrs McDonald, Mr licorge Abcruetliy,
Mr Hardy, Bill Phillip-, Kphe L«ivis aud oue
t.'hiuuinnn.
. MIII'I'IM.   HVTKL.MUKNCh.
PORT OK VICTOIIIA, VAHCOOTBH   ISLAND,
.*      . . KSTKIIKII.
Aug 2:1—Str Fideliter, Brskine, Astoria.
Str Enterprise, Kwaiisuu, X. Westminster.
, - >   . CI.KAI1K1I.
Aug.211—.Str Kntrrpi'ise. BwftlllOn, X.   W.
Sail .Surprise, Spring, X. W. Ooait.
«-.l'-	
A Woitii to Oi:u MB&0HANT8.—The l'ort-
InnJ Oregiinian complains that the merchants
of Victoria cannot or do not, (ill the orders
sent frouf Oregon. It pays : " Wc know that
certain of our Importers prefer doing business
with Victoria, but they nre iu many rases de
terred from acting upon these preferences because of thc fact that they nre often disappointed iu having theirordi rs filled. Victoria
merchants have many privileges, nnd the inducements are sufficient, one would suppose,
to enable them to keep constantly on hand
stocks from which selections can be made by
the trader not only of t'alifnriiiu, but Oregon,
Vet'in several eases orders wliicli have gone
from this city have been ictnrned without
being filled. If there ever wns a time when
thc people of Victoria should taken deep interest,in all matters connected with the irade
of Oregon, it is now, while they enjoy with
us thc abundant facilities for speedy transportation offered by ths Fideliter, and the
merchant there should be prepared to fill the
orders he receives, of whatever amount, with
dispatch. There is nothing now in the way
of preventing a trnllic of c insidei-able piugni-
tude irom springing into a permuneiit existence, between the two places, in COS0 the
efforts to obtain it arc united, and based upon
ibcr.it grounds."
iMPOnTANT   TO   SlIlI'l'Kits. —The 5, /'.   UltUf-
lin of the 16th ssys : "The new tariff law imposes ii duty on charges connected with shipments .of merchandise as well as on tho
articles  themselves.   On  many cheap  hut
bulky articles the package and transportation
charges to port of shipment arc very large,
and being hitherto free of duty have been
omitted frjm invoices sent to this port.
Under the present tariff the penalty is HO per
cent, on the appraised value here, including
both goods nud charges, whhh Is equal to
double duties, lu many cases tho penalty
when inflicted will entail n heavy loss on
shippers, and it behooves theiu 10 see that
charges arc made prior to the entry* of goods
ut the Custom-house. A case in point occurred yesterday, where an invoice of empty
bottles from Viciona, V. I., was entered at
$42, on which the charges $41 07, were
added by ihe Appraiser and ill) per cent, additional on both inflicted as penalty*"
Skuious Assault—A man named Win.
Ilonaldson wns brought up in the police court
to-day, charged wi.h assaulting one Charles
Ridley by striking him in the face with his
list, seriously damaging his jaw. Complaints
against the prisoner were also preferred by
Wm. Perkins for assault, and J. Seely for
damaging a door. Mr. Courtuey defended
thc prisoner, nud the magistrate allowed tho
matter to bo settled outside, which was done
by the pnyment of $5 to oach. Shortly after
Donaldson wns dismissed a man named Menie
arrived at thc police court nnd coinpleined
that he also hnd been assaulted ly the same
man, who had bit off a piece of his ear, Menie
producing   the   piece   wrapped   in a piece of
paper.   The police went after Donaldson, but
had not found him when wc went to press.
Tuonans ok a Social Uki'ormkii.—A delayed dispatch dated San Frnncisco, Aug. 17,
says : The. case of Dr. DcWolf, arrested lor
assault and battery, was this morning dismissed hy Judge ltix, in the police court.
After dismissal, Dr. DeW'olf and wife paraded
through thc streets to the Post-oflice, followed
by a large train of men, whose curiosity to
see the woman's costume seems to have got
the better of their judgment.
California Fiiuit.—The S. F. Bulletin
snys fine fruits arc very plentiful nnd cheap
in that city. Peaches nre from :tc. to 5c. per
lb by the pneknge, grapes 5 t« 8 cents, nnd
plums 3 to !> cents. Vegetables of nil kinds
are also abundant and very cheap.
Borrosso KKAiirt i. Bnipwasca.—Xc» York .
■■  of -lily  (3d  says :—•■ Onr
latest Intelligence from Europe Lsofacbarac-
i firm ilie i. in of ihe ! i  ■ of ihe em -
grant  ihip  Monarch     Thi    veocl left f,ir«r- i
pool on lb- 1 >lh ol   March, a ivieig  on   board
789 soul . of whom about J00 woieemlgi inf.
She ":i- bound to this port, but hopes hud |
been entertained that wc should yet hear of
her having put back, nnd reached some European poit That hope is now vanished, for
the English papers tell us that piece ol wreck
have been for some sroekd Boailng ashore on
Some pans of the const of Ireirnd, and that
not long -iine a whale boat, quite similar   to
one carried by the missing ship, had floated
ashore near Dingle, together with several
bodies, There bud been also picked upatnoug
ilu-  wreckage on the* shore, a small wooden
label, similar to those used by emigrants on
(heir trunks, and bearing the initial of a pus-
scnger known to have been ou board of the
Mounreh. The English owners of the ship
have given her up.
Row os TB8 CaRIOOO—A di-turbanee took
place ou the steamer Cariboo this morning
about 0 o'clock, between two men placed iu
charge ot the vessel by the mortgagee, nnd
Thomas Dougal, the reputed owner. W'oolu-
cott, one nf the men, had gone to breakfast,
and I'egilon, the other, had stepped oil' the
Steamer to get, a drink of water, when DoUgAl
made a rush for thc steamer. Pegdofl seeing
tlie move ran back ns quickly as possible,
reaching the ladder just before bim. Dougal,
however, drugged him down nnd got up first,
and on reaching the deck burled down a heavy
club nt Pegdon, just grazing his '.land.
If' then let loose a large and savage dog on
the deck, nnd dared the man to come nn board.
Information being conveyed to Mr. Qlaisey,
agent for the mortgagee, he procured a warrant, and had Dongnl laken i.i'o custody
I'hn case will come up in the Police Court tomorrow.
A Fixe RsBIDBKCe.—Hose Villa, the property of Jas. Cnr^wcll, Esq., one of the
plensantes^ nini most picturesque residences
in the vicinity, is to be sold by auction on
Tin,ibiy next. The properly comprises over
five acres of ground, and has a porters lodge
nud every requisite convenience. The sale
will afford an opportunity for socuring an
admirable homestead such as has rarely before been offered to thc public.
Gymnastics,—Now that the evenings are
becoming cool the gymnasium on View street
is assuming its usual well attended meetings
for practice, and classes will shortly be
formed for systematic instruction in muscular
development, under the management of the
skillful and popular teacher, Mr. Charles
Dechent. Wy believe it is contemplated to
practise for n public exhibition, to come off
during the winter.
Passmen ni> tiik Pooh Law Boa«i>.—Oa-j
tii  !,!■■ Hardy is the man who defeated  <■
lor tii" CTutverslty of «>•.: rdatl i last
ele tlon. He has not distinguished himself
hitherto,bnt his friends pi il things
ofhiiu. j
Piasr I.oiui or thu Aiimiiialtv.—SlrJoba
I'ukinjLtoU, au able mall and a warm c.itUusi-
asi iu educational matter-. He opposed free
trade, showed 'oosidi-rable acijuaiiitanee wilh .
commerce and tariflb, and Sir Robert I' el. in !
spilt* of their political ililfetcucvj, offered him ;
u barooetey.   He held the sane office in 'ts- \
B as in this Ministry, ii ii -j attracted sosbs at
tentlon by bis boast that he would "iccuu
struct the navy.'
I. oi II  I.I I I   I EMM' or   I let: I. A Ml.   - Lord   .lob n I
Manners, tbe hero vl DI raeli'   uuvci, "Cita*
was the leader of whlte-walstcoatcd
Young England pmty, but has turind out a
political failure. Hi- appointment as Viceroy
of Ireland is considered the weakest Lord
Derby bus made.
SeCRSTlSY nm India—Lord l.'rnnbourn,
sou of thu Marquis of Salisbury, held subordinate offices iu one of Lord Derby's former
Cabinets. He Is a fair speaker, aad has raised
himself intu considerable prominence during
the lute debates,
Sfcuktaiiv loll Waii—(Ji u. Peel has occupied the same posi ion before, lie is the
youngest sou of ihe   first Sir Hubert Peel nnd |
lllli'le of tin- pie-eat II nonet.     He is slow e.nd
prejudiced, and carries no weight in I'urlin-
ineut bctond what his name und social rank
give bim,
Louii IIioii Ciiam:i:i.loi:—Lo:d Chelmsford!
the "elegant The-i r r," the most" popular
pleader at ihe English bar, was raised to the
peerage in 1858. nnd held the Great Sial iu
1868-8,    He is 72 years of age,
PniStDSST or i in: Coi:m.'il—Duke of Cue k-
Inghuui and ,h nidus, was iu the last Tory
Cabinet n? a Lord Commissioner of the Treasury. He is distinguished not only tor the historical Instrc of hi- i.mily, hut for his noble
sell-.-aeiiliee in giving up his life interest in
lbe II'ickiughum estates to meet his father's
liabilities.
I'llK.-llll.ST   111'   Tin:    IIoaiiii   III'   TllAIlK —Sir
Stafford Northcote, Hint., was once private
secretary to Gladstone \ wus financial Secretary ot the Treasury with the Tories in 1858.
He is a lawyer by pinlession, and a man of
great ability, and looks forward some day to
be Conservative Chancellor of the Exchequer.
New Advertisements.
New   Advertisements.
Wiiiskv Sillixii—Wm. Taylor to-day
pleaded guilty to the charge of selling whisky
to Indians, and was remanded tor two days to
give him time to rid the country of his presence.
Tup. Housi: ok ASSEMBLY met this afternoon,
hut adjourned on account of the Indisposition
of the Speaker.
Lord Ocrfoyand his Cabinet.
From Portland.—Thc steamer Fideliter
arrived this morning, at one o'clock, with
passengers and freight as published elsewhere. She sails ngain for Portland on
Sunday morning, nt 8 o'clock.
Mrs. Colqiihoun nnd family were among
the pnsseugers wdio arrived iu San Fraucisco
last Thursday by the steamship America,
from the Mexican coast.
Thi; stonmer Active was about entering thr
harbor wheu we went to press.
Thc following ISaccrroct list of the new
English Ministry under Lord Derby, that pub-
1 ished by our contemporary yesterday morning
being wrong in many Important particulars.
Lord Derby has formed his Ministry entirely
from the ranks of the Tory parly, and out of
fourteen Cabinet oll'ces, nine are filled by men
who held office in the Derby government of
18.-8-0.
l'UKMiKu—Earl of Derby. This nobleman
is G7 years of age, and entered Parliament ns
Mr. Stanley in 1821. lie made his maiden
speech iu 1824 and won high encomiums, and
was a few months afterwards recognised ns
. one of the ulilesi debaters in the House of
I Commons, lie was inducted into office ns
Under decretory for the Colonics iu 182G in
Qoorgo Canning's Ministry. Iu 18:14 his grandfather died, and his father succeeding to the
Earldom, the lion. Mr. Stanley became by
courtesy Lord Stanley. In 1844, he was raised
to t|ie peerage by being created Huron Stanley
of liickcrslall'e. lu 1851 his father died, und
he became Earl of Derby, and possessor of-the
vast auc-slrnl estates*     ,
ClIANCKI.LOIl    OK     TIIK     ExOHIt)t!BR.— Eight
Hon. II. Disraeli, author and politician, entered Parliament in I8M7. He hnd previously
sought lo lie elected lor Wycombe, nnd O'Cun-
urll, who was interested in the canvass, iu a
public ultercntion wilh Disraeli, retorted :
" For uught I know the present Disraeli is
the true heir at law* of the impenitent thief
who died on the cross.'* Disraeli made his
reputation us a debater by attacking Sir ltobt.
Peel's defection from the Conservative ranks,
and conversion to free trade principles, la
L840,he wns recognised leader of tne Tories in
tlie Commons. In 18o2 he was Chancellor of
the Exchequer, and holds thc position now for
the fourth time.
FoRKins Skcrktahv—Lord Stanley, son
and heir of the Premier, entered Parliament
in 1818, and was made Cnder-Secretary for
Foreign Affairs in his father's ministry iu
1852. Be lias travelled in Canada, the United
States, and the East and West Indies. He
has always taken a deep interest in the welfare aud intellectual improvement of the
working classes, and Io his humane exertions
for their benefit may be attributed much ot
his popularity, lie is a liberal Conservative.
Iu the last Tory .Ministry he was Secretary for
India.
Secretaiiv for thb Colonies—Lord Carnarvon. His father having died while he was
young, he entered the House of Peers on attaining his majority. He bears a high character for his social qualities, but does not obtain
credit for much ability. lie was Under-
Colonial Secretary in Ihe last Tory Ministry.
Hume Secretary—The Ul. Hon. Spencer
Wulpolc holds the seals of the Home Office.
He is a m mi of grcnt nbility, nnd is a great
grandson of the famous Sir KobcrtWulpjl e,
first Earl of Oxford.
Everett's Exchange,
bTOEB   BTRBET,   V. I.
'IDE   I'ltnI'lilETi'l: IfESI'Ei"! FILLY   IV-
I    furiiK   1,1%   li  ends end   Ihe   pabllc I-   ■'  he
ll is oje-o. d bis old lland in Si ore Str***, wb*Tt
lie will   beep   nt   brtlme   tin-   tine.t qltalitv "f
HIKES, LIQDUR8, and i 10 IM
runic ntoi see
,.. : l.n       I'AT. i:vi:i;!i''    ■
FOR     SALE
'I'lli:   Kli.MT.   TII'l.I',.    \Mi   IXTEtlEST
1   iu L.i' H kuo« a a-  i: vim.  s .'■
Ittian   Di.tne ,   and   11   VIII,   S   1,   ■
District, in al  aboul 108   i i te in the
1 lowlchan Settlement.
I'm particulars npph to
Ji'flN 0LA88BT,
BaatiOB street.
nu 9-lni Oppoiitc Sheriff's tiffin'.
J.   NAGLE,
£ hipping Mr Bter nnd Commission
Agent-
fa*{t\%
i 'HEWS sri'l'LIED AT THE SHORTEST
\J Notice—floods entered nnd cleared nl
the Custom House; Manifests, Charter Parties,
and Hi Is uf Sale made out. Vessels bought
or sold.
Brif Several small Vessels for sale or
charter.
OFVICB—linstion street, near the Police
Ilarraeks. uul7
Queen Charlotte Coal Mining Co.
(LIMITED.)
Notice cf General Meeting.
AX EXTRAORDINARY MEETING OF
Slinri.'hoblers of this Company " ill be held
ill the oflice of the Company on Friday the
34th Instant at 11 o'clock'A.M., in accordance with a requisition of the Shareholder-,
wnicll may be seen ut the Company's Olliee,
nnd to obtain the authority of the Company
to issue the C shares.
J. S.  WILLIS,
f.'orner Email and TrouncostS. )   ^.
August Mth, 180U. / *<-'"'-'""':>••
au lj-td
,4      LAICF   ASSORTMENT   OF   ROUGH
iV    nnd dressed  for sale cheap,
.1. ROBERTSON STEWART.
Victoria, V. I., 2Qlh August, 18'iii nu 22
Trade Licences Assessment RolJ-
NOT'ICE IS IIE1IEIIV CIVEX THAT
Copies of the Trade Licences Revlsei
Assessment Roll for the Tear ending 30lh Juno
18H7, nnd fnr the Half year commencing 1st
July nnd ending 3lst December, I81I1J, have
been posted up at the following places :
1. Post Ollico,
2. Sheriff's Hffiee,
.1. Police Huildings,
4. House of A-scinbly,
Ti. Court House,
fi. Land Oflice.
CHARLES (1. WVLI.Y,
Assessor's COirc, ) Assessor.
18th August, 18811. I niiio-l w
OSrOTIOE.
rpiIE OWN'EKS (IK T>VO HOUSES THAT
X have strayed into (he premises of the
undersigned can have the same by calling and
paying expenses. One horse is a roan, with
a scar on the left side ot the head : and the
other is a dark pony, with long tail and three
of its feet white.
THOMAS CARTER,
nu 20-lw Hillside Farm.
NEW    WESTMINSTER
GAME   DEPOT,
YATES   ST.,
Next door to  liic corner of Government,
opposite Zeloer's Ding Store.
rIMIE SUBSCRIBER HAVING MADE All-
X rilngcments to receive from different
parties the produce of the Island and country
will be prepared to furnish
Game,
Fish,
Fruits,
Poultry.
Eggs    and    Vegetables,
Each  and  all in   their season, al the lowvst
prices.
EsSy* Eraser r.iver Salmon by each steamer.
JAMES   AIXE!\'.
jy 31-1m
Wanted   Immediately
'I'WEN'TV    COAt    MIN'EKS     lull    KEI.-
1    linciiam HAV.   Wag,..- Si per day,
Men wilh families preferred.
Apply to ALLEN  FMASI'IS.
nu 10-1 w I . il   Consul.
]XT O T I C IE
CG-PARTNE3SHEP.
BfTNSTER
has this dav
ENTERED INTO
Partnership
WITH ALL LOVKKS OF
GOOD    ALE!
uu 17-1 in
NOTICE,
New Advertisements.
LEATHER,   HARNESS,
AND
Trunk Manufactory.
WM. DALBY * CO.
U'K  TAKK THK  I'llKSKNT ol'FURTry.
ilv te    '   '■'   0111   iniluci'i- .'fisliiinr , for
■ 11 ■ I 1 bestowed snoa  a*, *nd
in int'itm ilicii mid lbe pnblic in fraatal  Ihat
a  ,  Iflfing     ir.    i'i    e   iiMiliuo   with
iMir I.K.U libit ftTUlUC,    I   e     mninhMur,    of
Ilit U>E.»Nuf all descriptions, nlon I UI'MJ.s
nnd V'AI.IHCS. We !■ rr 1 ' ml ) 011 hand
a leiye ssmrtniein at IsL.wn T iVNK ' K'll',
I'.M.F,    IlAdNKSf,   Snl.l .    Wiil,',   MTRINll
and  UI1AIN   l.l-.A II11-;v;.  . ■• > t**t\*a\**\.
surlnient of SlfllKM-VKl it's  II VI). M ,-.
l'ariies r'ipiiriiiy asirlbing In '"ir line
ibould j^ivc us u iri .1. a* we H ill supplj them
1 beeper titan any house liorih ni' rtnn Yrnti-
clito.
BELTIKU  M.M)i: TO  oi!l).-;n.
Wm.  Dalfcy  &.  Co.,
Viti'i sircc'., Vu'iii.ni, X  I.
Aagast - tb. I80tl, an 'in
i OESTLEMAS I.L.WINi; TIIK 1 OLtl.SY
/\ will sell a handsome NBWIMO MA-
GHiNE in Kabogaaj case, never nsesl, which
.      fl :   |M   I'A'II.
— AI>o —
1 $100 'bare in ihe .J| ring   llidge Water
Works Co , very clicuji.
Apply at the
KVKNINC, TF.LKDItAIMI OFFICE.
Htl? 1    lw
NOTICE.
Hard Bread I Hard Bread!
STORE ST. CRACKER HAKKRY.
Best Quality of Pi ot Bread at 0 l-2c
per lb., or $5 per box thlivered-
Navj at 5o per ,b., or $4 per box do.
Butter at 9c per lb-
Soda at 9c per lb.
Wm.   Moncks,
MARTIN    BROS.,
IMPORTERS til'
Groceries and Provisions,
P1UEPU00F BUILDING,
LATELY OCCUPIED HVL'IIOTELlEBACo,
au 8
Proprietor.
WL
WHAEF
STREET.
Ihe Only Sure Way to Save the
Country !
IS TO PATllOSrZB
CAMEKOXS   ISLAND   rRODUCB
-WLA-Ftm-ET.
Xo.   18   Fnrt   street,   opposite   Mrs.   Heal's
Boarding-house.
1 i.VMU.H'S AND IIHTKL KKCI'FUS WILL
1 Iind ulways oil hand fresh, cheap, and
food
Islnnd Vegetables and Fruit.
Island Fish und fianie of all sott.-,
Island Eggs and Butter,
Island Venison cut to order,
Island Poultry, te., ke., ke.
X. II,—I hereby umke known to the public
that, having made arrangements with certain
island farmers to sell their produce, I am
f'riiin this date prepared to sell cheaper than
any Chinaman peddler that ever ale rice—
" So walk tui. John 1'
August 17th, IHiid. nu 17-im
Dissolution of Partnership.
'PHE PARTNERSHIP IIERETOFOR8 KX-
1 Isilng between Robsbt Hbnht Stunk and
Hbnhv Jkiu'Mi' a- Hotel-keepers at ■• Ihe (lid
Ping Inn, Xanaiuin, has this day been dissolved by mutual client. The business will
in luture be carried on by ihe -a d ltobcrt
Henry Stone nloue, who will collect all outstanding accounts and p iy all liabilities of
the late partnership.
Witness! It   II. STONE,
Jos. MoCteu.      BENRY JEROME.
X.iuuinio, August 3,1866, uu 5-lm
Snorborg & Hueff,
COMMISSION   MERCHANTS,
Importers nml wholesale DiNtle-s in
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS,
J3«>ots and ^Sll<>^.'^*,
Wliarf street, Victoria, V. 1. nn\!
NOTICE.
DITRIXG   MV   TEMPORARY   ABSfiSCE
nt   Snn   Francisco,   my   brother,   I'cter
Matthlcssen, holds my Power of attorney.
Dated lintel St. Nicholas,Government street,
Victoria. Nth August, 18i5C.
nu IS N. C. 1IATTHIKSSEN.
CARRIAGE   PAINTING
INT   ALL  ITS UPvANCIlES,
Yales Street,
Between Deluge Engine  House
and the International Hote'.
Work    solicited,   and    done    on    the   most
reasonable terms by
W.  M. KEOHAN
au 2«1m
HERMAN   8HULTZ,
—AT—
His Well Known and Old Kstublisheil
•Stund
Thc Government st. Boot Store,
Has just received  per steamer
K   FINK   ASSORTMENT   OF
Ladies'  and   Children's   Shoes,
"Which he offers nt a tery low price.
Reoeifel by each  steamer from   England uud
Sun   Francisco
BOOTS     <Sc    SHOES
OK    THS
FIXKST   AXD  BEST QUALITY,
FRENCH   LEATHER,
SHOE     FINDINGS,
At prices la ccrruf>pi>ml with 'he  limoe.
J.    SPENCSR,
HOUSE AND Sllll'
PLUMBER,
Gns fitter and Bell-hanger,
Corner Yates and  Govenmcnt ttreeti.
AH beanches of the above business ptae-
to ally done   with   neatU*-8S   and despatch, at
charge? to correspond with the times.
au)
Wanted to Sorrow
S500     DOLLARS
OX   FIRST-CLASS   !!F VI, KSTAIK   SK-
curilr producing $tIQ per month*     The
money would be taken lor cue year at 1J per
cent, per month.
For particular; apply tn
A. F.  MUX,
nu 2 Government street.
FASHION   HOTEL
AMI
Concert   Room,
The only Place cf Amusement in
Town!
'pill-   DNDEUSlGXED IIAV1.W, I.KASKD
JI    these   Mill   Known  establishmcuts, begs
lrnvc to announce that they wi i be
Rc-opened on Saturday, July 28.
The former Billiard Ha'l has been convcrtod
i'ltn a Concert Room, where may always be
found attentive nnd obliging attendants.
!'...-t ijn.ilitie.s  of Wines, Liquors, and  Cigars served bv thc proprietor in person.
CIIAS. BROOKS.
HtltT' AomtaUst Fiikk. jj 21. (Bbnung   (Eckgntph.
THURSDAY EVENING, AI'Oi ST B, 1866.
I in:  FI1VAL   *i Hi «.«.l.i> iv
ULRMAJVY.
Of tlie deapersflni of tlio German cnm-
paij.'ii wc mo only now receiving Kiiglisli
_iie\i.s|iii|icr nci'Diiiits. It nppcnrs from the
London Times tlitit tlie iViistriims during
five (In; j lighting iii Bohemia, nnd before
the linul Utile of Siidowu, loxt 40,000
tueji, lo.OOU of whom wero prisoners.
" \yiiolo bsltallons," it Hys, " hare bwn
aiiniliiliiti'd ; wholo Cmp—ilin Chun
(Jailm, tl io Qnblcti7. nud ilu- Saxon Corps,
no less limn ilie Knlick Hrigmle—ore so
utterly broken up lis to be minl>le tn re-
appear in uetion for snnio tiinn. Jiene-
link'a armv bus fallen lim-lt bebiiid the
ICIbo, Inking lip its position between the
fortresses of Jo«S)di>Udt und Koulggrstz
grcn'ly dbliesrtened ami dlsorgaulzed,
muordiiig to the nccounts of Aiistrinii
officers, ptisnnnrs in l'rii«.-iuii linnds. Tbi'
desertion of Italian soldiers from lbe
Austrian ranks is on the increaw." Tlie
l'fWuians followed up their victories, uud
tlie Iriiit groat Aiistiitui sinml was made
on t<ie bunks of tlio Kibn between {ths
celebrated (oriti'Kses just mentioned.—
Three days hud elapsed lictwcen the bat*
lies wliktli ended in tlm A11stri11.11 retreat
nwoss the Kibe and this Inst struggle.
Tho l'russiuns numbered eight arniy
corps, oi)« portion cninmntided by Prince
Frederick Cliaili'S and the other by tlie
Crow« I'rince—tbccoiiiliined fortes being
under the immediate command of the
King. . Marshal Benedek, with five nrmy
corps, issued from Koniggrutz nnd occupied a.strong position. The buttle field
extended over u very extensive tract of
country, embracing Horsilz, Sadowa and
Koniggruti!, snd tho fight wliicli lasted
twelve hours is 4.1ms suuimiii'il}' described.
For six hours lite Austrians defended a
strong position tliey had chosen behind
the Bistritt, bet it was laken hy storm
toward two o'clock, uud by seven o'clock
in the evening the defeat of the Austrians
was complete, 'tbe earliest Prussian
bulletins of the sumo evening, nt eight
aad eleven o'clock,.claimed a victory, and
tipOke of their army us close ia pursuit of
tbeir routed enemies, hy later accounts,
dated July 1, we are told that three
flags end thirty-four guns were taken by
three of the victorious regiments, aivd no
less than 10,000 Austrian prisoners had
already been brought m. The trophies
by wbich oilier corps signalized their victory, and the total number of their prisoners, bad not yet been ascertained } but
tbe Twelfth Prussian Hussars are said to
have broken two Austrian square*. By
their own admission, the l'rus6ians purchased their triumph at a very heavy
price; nearly all their corps were
brought into action, and all suffered severely. Nothing, however, can exceed
Ihe extent of the Austrian disaster. As
telegram alter telegram cnine in, every
fresh detail confirmed tie conviction
that the Imperi"! anny, already exhausted
by a series of defeats, in which no less
than 20,000 prisoners hud fallen into the
enemy's hands, dispirited by the consciousness of the fearful odds.ugn.iiist which
it had to eontenil, owing to llial fatal
needle gun whieU experience proved to be
almost irresistible, went into the field
bent on a supreme effort, not so much in
defence of the monnncby as in support of
its ancient military renown, and fought
not so much to conquer as to sell the victory at the highest possiblo rate. The
most illustrious najnes in lbe empire are
nmt.iig tho deud anil wounded Count
Tun and Colonel Pinder, both in high
command, arc among the former ; amoiu;
the latter, three Archdukes and General
Festetics. Prince Lichonstein uml Prince
Windischgralz were taken prisoners. We
bare no accounts ou the Austrian side—a
melancholy proof Unit tliey have no good
tidings with which lo mitigate the cruel
in'elligoiiee, or that tlie disorder In thoir
camp was too great for ilicni to think of
telegraphic or written despatches—but the
Procslao bulletins statu that their enemies were fulling back upon Kuniggratz
in a completii routi;, strewing their arm;
nnd bngiragc wide along the road. The
iirst insiinct of self preservation drove the
fugitive multitude to their fortress, but
either they did not feel safe even nt Ko
nignniiz, or Marshal Benedek wns tic.
tua'.ed by strategic reasons to a movement
still further to tlie rear, for we are told
the Austrians were abandoning their all-
important position at the great railway
junction at Pardnbitz. Willi the exception of a Lw fortresses, of no  more avail
in modern wnrfure to slay tho triumphant
progress of a triumphant army than
JosepliMadt and KoniffgratZ have proved
lo be, Benedek has nothing in his rear
bnt an open country ; nothing between
bim and the Capital but a vast,
smooth battle-field, where tlie cannon, the cavalry, tbe dread needle-
cuti of the Prussian! will have frtc play"
Such was the character nf the final
struggle. The Austrians made no further
stun 1 of nny moment, and the terms of
peace which we have already published
were agreed upon. Events bear out thc
idea that it was not to superior arms only,
thnt Austria siici-iinilu'il ; the diversity ol
race and heterogenous chaructcr of her
army, already alluded to by us, were
potent workers of iuelliciepcy and wnnt
of vigor in Bene lek's troops. The London
Daily Xeirs, on this matter, snys : •' From
his huudquurlcrs ut Bohm Trubuiir, half
way between Obntitz and Koniirgrntz,
Mnraliqj Benedek lias issued an address
to his soldiers, which reveals some of the
deficiencies and impediments which arise
out of the miscfillaneons composition of
bis nrmy. These men—Germans, Bohemians, Poles, Hungarians,Crouts, Italians.
—nre not lo talk about "religion, birth,
nationality, OF politics "—the very things
which fire the blood of men who aie not
mere machines. The soldiers are told that
tliey make but 'one army,' and they nre
to take cure of their Jiealth for the sake of
the Emperor's services, and light well to
show themselves worthy of his trust and
love. This is n strange kind of religion to
be preaching these latter days. It is
a straugo description of sentiment—to
think that men under a rigid despotism
should be anxious to rush into I he cannon's
mouth to show llicin^elrcs ' worthy of
the trust and love' not of their fellow
countrymen, but of their despotic ruler.
New Advertisements.
New Advertisements.
AUCTION.
Tuesday,   Aug.   28th
BANK BRITISH COLUMBIA
vs.
JAS. McKEE & WM. E.
Stronach.
ON  THE  PUEMISES, STORE ST.,
Alt Eleven o1 clock, A. M.,
By OEDEE OF
Wm. Brooke Naylor, Esq,
SHERIFF,
ALL THK STOCK IX TRADE, OFFICE FURNITURE, Ac, &c, ON
THE PUEMISES, Store Street,
—COMPRISING   IN   AU.   ABOUT —
500,000 FEET,
More or less, of Assorted Lumber, among
which will be found
PLANK, SCANTLING, JOINTS,
PICKETS, SURFACED BOARDS.
DECK PLANKS, REDWOOD SIDING, ROUGH k PLANED SID.
ING,TONGUED AND GROOVED
FLOORING,
—A.LSO-7
Venetian Shutters, Doors, assorted.
Sashes, Moulding, &c,
ALSO,
The Office Furniture.
TEEMS,-CASH.
J. P. Davies  &  Co.,
au 23 Auctioneers.
Victoria Turn Verein.
ALL MKMIIEItS OP THB AI10VK Institution who wish to attend regular
practice, are requested to be present ou the
first Monday in .September, when elasses will
lie formed commencing with the simplest exercises, and going through the whole course.
CHAHLES DKl'IIKNT,
au-3 Tnrinv.irt.
J.P.Davies & Co.
in i n\i:i:us uu r(muissio\ nuUITIi
Sail -riinm. Flrftiriiiif "lour RlllldlllJ,
IVharl SI., mar lairs.
Cinh Adt'iinces made  on  Consignments.
REAL  EST ATI:
AUCTION.
Friday,  August  24,
AT 11   O'CLOCK, A. It,,
A.T    SALESROOM
WHARF STIIEET,
Horses,
Bull and Cow
Wagon and
Harness
5
One New Express Wagon
Three good work Horses,   eitber for sad*
die or harness
Three sets of Harness
One Bull
One Cow
—AI.Sll—
4 Cows in calf
4   do    with calves at foot
—ALSO—
One American Ray Stallion 15J hands
high, a splendid animal, and took the
prize at thc last Agricultural Fair.
—also—
4 first class Mules
—also—
A small Lot of Furniture
TERMS  CASH.
an 22
J. I', iiims, t. ro.,
Auctioneers.
VICTORIA THEATRE
A.n   Amateur
— Assisted by —
Miss Jenny Ainot and Mr. R- G.
Marsh,
Who have kindly volunteered their
selvices,
Under the distinguished pntronugc of
His   Excellency   Governor
Kennedy, C. B.,
AXU
REAR-ADMIRAL  THE HON. JOSEPH
DENMAN
Ind tbe Oilliiis of the Fleet,
Will be (,'iven on
TUESDAY   EVENING,   28th   Instant,
In aid of thc Funds of the
"Victoria    Cricket   Club.
The performance  will commence with   the
lavorito Comedietta In two nets, by Chns.
Sclby, Ksq., entitled
The Ut finished Gentleman,
To   coucludo  with   tho   tragically   startling
burlesque of
LORD LOVEL AND LADY NANCY BELL
Tickets—ParqiietU) nnd Dress Circle, $).
Pit, 00 cents.
Fifty cents extra will be charged for seals
on the first tinee rows in the Drcsfe Circle.
The Box Office will he 0|icn ou Monday and
Tuesday mornings from 11 to 2, when seats
can be secured.
Doors open at half-past 1. Performance
to hegiu at 8. nu '23
2STOTIOE
Save  Your Rags |
IiIIE UNDERSIGNED IS rilEPARED TO
pay the highest, price in cash for Linen
and Cotton Rags, nnd will call in the course
of two weeks, W[it'll he will be prepared to
purchase nny quantity—small or large—of
Rags, feemp and cotton rope, gunuy bags, etc.
W. CLINK,
Pacific Telegraph Hotel, Store st., Victoria,
au 23-21
WALTZED
IN  A  SMALL  FAMILY,   A   YOUNG WO-
man  to  take  care  of a child, aud make
herself useful In the house.
Apply  to  BOO. THOMAS,
nu 17 0   Xntes  Street.
-IIV—
Nov Advertisement*.
CMS. F, BARNARD, M.D.,
  SSURi.'ICAL k MECHANICAL
IDE.1TTIST
_-   ___   _    _^   _T        Fort street, one door eust of Oorernment,
AUCTION. Victory V.I.
Dr. I!, hrri'liv tenders bi« grateful acknow-
ledgmenti i" Iba eitltepi of Victoria for ibeir
liberal paininnge thus far, ami Impel by gen-
ili'mai'ly rumliii't aud strict application to
business to merit a further continuanca of
I'avora,
Win n di'siriil will visit parties professionally at their irsiilrnces. All branches of tha
profession Attended to. Terms reasonable.—
Office hours from 8 a.m. to i\ p.m.
tan lm*
I».   JVf.  UA.<JIvUS
If instructed to sell nt Iih Salesroom,  Wlnirf
Htrret, on
Tuesday,  S8th   lust.,
At 1'J o'clock, noon,
The beautiful nnd commodious IN'^idi ine of
.1 ill IS   (AHSWIXr,    i;*q.,
91.   L.  A., known ns
"ROSE   VILLA,"
And at present  occupied by   A. J. Langley,
Eiqulrt.
THB   GROUNDS
Comprising two nercs, linvo been improved nt considernblc otitliiy. There
nre on the property a Porter's Lodge,
Stable and OulliouscB, a Kitchen
Gurden, and n nevcrdiiling well of
good water. The ground rent nnd
taxes nre $4 per month, and the
property realises nt present $ti() per
month, and hus a Icrni tc run.
For   further  particulnrs  apply to the
Auctioneer or lo the proprietor.       nul7
IIAVAMCIGARS.
LEWIN &  ANTH0NT,
TOBACCONISTS.
47 Yates St., Brick Store
Next to Co_nor of Government St.,
UE(] Ttl INFORM THEIR FRIENDS A5D
ti e pnblic in general that tbey will con-
stanily receive by every steamer a good »■-
.-orlineiilnl l.i IlllIlM' Ulllllinl I l|mrs
nml the licxl Itrauil* ol I'oliiiiio,
Imported direct for this market, so that tliey
are able tn nmnete with any hmse on tbii
Inland, enher Wholemle or Retail.
N.   II-—Speiial   attention  will  be paid   to
(Iniintrv  orders.
IIEI.MAN   LEWIN.     |     LOUIS ANTHONY.
an 3
A. & W. WILSON,
House and Ship Plumbers
CASFITTERS,
BELL-HANGERS & TINSMITHS
FOIIT   STIIKET.
All orders proitiptly attended le
REMOVAL!
The Business of
THOMAS WILSON k Ci.
Re-commenced    on
MONDAY,    JUNE    19th
In tin ir New and Commodious Store in
MASOUIC     HALL
GOVERNMENT      STREET,
(Opposite the Bunk of British Columbia,)
WITH   TIII'IR   USUAL
WELL - ASSORTED    STOCK.
INCLUDING
Goods received by last steamer,and comprisin ,r 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 antl Gloves; .
Trimmings, kc. au 3
",
LONDON     HOUSE,
May 'iOth, 1SG6.
Our Importations for tlio present season are no\-
eomplcto by arrivals per EXPRESS this morning,
tied the extensive shipments now landing from the
EASTERN CHIEF
Our DRESS, MANTLE, SrLK, SHAWL, MILLINERY, LA.OE, HOSIERY, MRAPERY, FANCY
and UPHOLSTERY department* are now replete
with the newest and choicest, goods. Either Wholesale or Retail customers will find this tlie best stock
we have yet offered.
LONDON FIRM, VICTORIA V. I.,
J. P. Tunstall Co. J. H. Turner & Co.
;■» & M

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