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VOL. I.
VICTORIA,   VANCOUVER   ISLAND,   FRIDAY  EVENING,   AUGUST  3,   1866.
NO. 28.
THE
"EVENING TELEGRAPH,"
1TBLISHEI)
Everv   Eveaiag at  4   O'Clock,
(Saturday and Suaday evening! excepted.)
ILbO XVBKT
SUNDAY    MORNING»
TKHMS OP  8VBRCRIPTIOK I
P.r Annnir, in advance, hy mall, 110 00
fnr "Ix  mftntli.    fl Mi
T«r W'.k, pMyable lo CrrWr        Iti
ibf 1. Loyrnt        JO
For terms of Advertisement apply at the
Office. Langley  Street-
Wit -.ami  Humor.
A committee ciilli-d upon a flourishing
licensed victunllcr to solicit a subscription
for the support of a clergyman. 'Can't
do it, gentlemen,' was his reply. 'I gave
fire pounds to the Rev. Mr. V. yesterday.' After much persuasion, however,
they succeeded in getting him to put
down a like amount for the Re?. Mr. It,
ond departed with thanks ; but a miunlo
afterwards he wns overheard giving the
following direction! to nn assistant :
'Drawofffivn pounds worth of liquor,
nnd "ill up wilh wiiter. Take it out of
the row of casks next to those that you
watered yesterday   lor  the   Rev. Mr. 1'.'
That was an excellent reply of Tousor's
when he had cut a customer on ihe chin.
He smelt of whiskey, and the customer
indignantly said, 'That horrid drink J'
'Yes, sir,' paid Tnnsor, 'it does (ntkt
some faces dreadful tender.'
Mrs. Partington, henr.nu thnt. a young
mnn hud set up for himself, Said, 'Pour
fellow I Has lie DO fi'i.'iiii that "ill .-el
np for him part of tlie time!' And she
sighed to be young again.
False is olten rocked hy truth, hut she
soon outgrown her cradle, und diicurdl
her nurse.
A gentleman complaining of the income tax says he cannot put on Ins boots
in the morning without n stamp.
What is the difference between a brewi r
nnd a flea ? The one buyi hops und the
other mukei them.
Cupid's arrows are not shot to much
advantage from it how leg.
Truth irritates those only whom it
enlightens, but docs not convert.
Tlie way to escape a full is to fear
one's  own weakness, and no*, go too fist.
A bud cold makes a man supercilious—
he sneezes at everything.
They tell of a singular series of coin
cideneesiu the lives of two women, named
Cusseron nnd Dcliiiiuny, who died recently
at Lagorb, near La Rochelle. They were
born on the same day, made their first
communion on tlie same day, were betrothed on the sumo day, gave birth to
the first child (a daughter) ou the same
day and almost at the same hour ; and
now they have completed this st range
series by dying ihe same day and being
buried on the sumo day.
" Belle Boyd/ or Mrs. Belle Boyd
Hardinge, plays poorly, according to the
T'evg of the Manchester, England,
theatre-goers.
The St. Joseph Herald sayg that the
Btreets of that city are filled by women
with cigars in their months,
A
"WAIST TE ID
YOUNU  GIRL FOR LIGHT H0UBE-
work, nnd to wait on tabic.
Apply to
MRS. ZINKE,
Yates tt., between Government and Broad.
 \ jy n
Dissolution  of Partnership.
THE PARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE Existing between James GraliamslaW and
Thomas G. Morris, Contractors and Builders,
bus been dissolved by mutual consent, Mr.
Morris having retired from the business, which
will be carried on by Mr. GrnhtcmsUw,
All pe-sons indebted t'i the tirtn are requested to pay tho same to James Grahamslaw,
aud claims against the fi in mast ba presented
within fourteen days Irom tbis date.
Victoria, V. I., July UDth, I860.        jy25
EX   FIDELITER
A Choice Lot of Bacon
Just   Arrived.
For Sale by
ao %
P.   Gilligan,
STORE STREET.
Municipal
Hy-Kau  to Regulate  the Sanitary Condition of the City.
BY-LAV.
We, the Major and Councillors in Council
convened, by virtu** of the power and authority
vt'-tt-d in ns by Au Act to Incorporate tbe
City of Victoria, pissed the set-onU day of
August, ilt0. UM, in tlie Tw Bty-ttxtfa year
of tbe rt: go of Her Most Graciuud Majesty
QutOO Victoria, entitulud, " Tbe Victoria Incorporation Act, 1802," hereby eunct as follows :—
I. No pei son or persons occupying any Mes-
IBftgt, Shop, Uuilding or other Erection, or
nny I,-nd or oilier Premises within the city,
or if there shall be no occupier thereof, no
owuer or owners of any Messuage, Shop,
Building or other Erection, or any Land or
other Premises within tbe City, ^liu.11 have or
permit or suffer to be in oron bis, her or their
Messuage, Shop. Building or Erection, or any
Land or other Premises as aforesaid, any
ditch, gutter, drain, privy or ash-pit emitting
noxious or offsuslvt diluvium or smell, or
constructed so as to be a nuisance to or inju-
rluttl U) the health of any person or pt-rsons,
or any swine kept so as to lie a nuisance or
oileii.-ive by reason of tbe stench thereof,-or
any dung, manure, refuse, offal, ashes, filth,
or other matter or thing emitting noxious
Or i'(1'rii-ive diluvium or smell, or any animal,
vegetable or mineral matter or thing alone or
together witb other matters or things in a
state of fermentation, putrefaction, decomposition or decay, or emitting noxious or often*
live effluvium or smell, or permit or suffer
nny Messuage, Dwelling House, Shop. Erection or Huilili'ig whatsoever within the said
City to be in n filthy state or infected with any
kind of vermin or dirt or emitting noxious or
offensive efflurlum or smell ; Provided, however, ihnt DO per ot or persons shall be H ible
to any penalty for the Infraction of this Bylaw until he, |bfl or they shall have received
notice from the Mayor and Council in manner
hereinafter mentioned, nnd until he, she or
they fthall have neglected by tbe space or time
thortlo mentioned to ulmte or remove the of-
fen.-i.e matter or thing noticed in such notice
and therein complained of, or to do the act,
matter or thing required of him, her or tbem
by such notice wiLhin tbe spice of time limited
by such notice.
And whereas it is expedient for the good
government Of the Oity tbat a Sanitary Commission be appointed, and to enable such Commission to inspect, order the removal and report ail nuisances within tbe said Ciiy ot
Victoria;
Therefore be it enacted by tbe Mayor nnd
Councillors of t c City of Victoria, with the
consent of His Excellency the Governor on
Her Majesty's behalf:
II. Prom and after the passage of thii Bylaw (lie Mayor and City Councillors may from
time t'i time nominate Mime members of tbe
(My Council to act as a Sanitary Commission
for the purpose of Inspecting, ordering the
removal mid reporting all nuisances and other
matters, the continuance of which may be
deleterious to the public health.
III. Tbe Commission shall perform their
services gratuitously.
IV. The Commission shall havo power to
ent' r any Messuage, Dwelling House, Shop,
Building or other Erection or Land or other
premises within the t ity, and whether or not
tbe same be occupied or the curtilage of any
of tbe same, and inspect the condition of tbe
Eumc between tlie h ion of eight in the morning and eight in the evening.'
V. No person or persons shall permit, after
due notice in that behalf given, any animal
or vegetublc matter in a dt composed or
putrlfylng condition to remain on thepmnises
occupied or owned by him or them.
VI. The Commission on behalf oftheMayor
and Council mny notify any person or persons
ou or occupying any messuage, dwelling
bouse, shop, building, or other erection, or
the curtilage of any of ihe same or other land
or premises within the city, or if the same bo
unoccupied, then tbe owner of any such messuage, dwelling house, ."hop, buiding or other
erection, or the curtilage of any of the same or
other land or premises within the city on
wbich auy matter or thing may be done, per*
initted, or suffered, contrary to the intention
of tins by-law (according to the form of
schedule A annexed) to remove such nuisance us before mentioned, or to close up, purify, cover, or cle<nse any Well, oesspoot,
drain, privy, ditch, or gutter, or otherwise to
abate or remove the matter or thing noticed in
Hticb n-itice as in their judgment shall seem
meet by giving no'ice in writing, (as per
schedule afuinsaid) signed by two or more of
the Commission on behalf of the Mayor and
Council, specifying tbe act to be done and the
time in which the same is required to be done,
such notice may be given to the occupier or
ownei of such messuage, dwelling house,
shop, building, or other erection, or tbe curtilage of any of tho same or of the land or
premises in the city, or by leaving the same
at his, her, or their last known place of
abode, or by fixing tbe same or a copy thereof
on some conspicuous part of the premises.
VII. In the event of any Messuage, khop,
Building or other erection, or any Und or other premises within tbe City being unoccupied
and tho owner or owners thereof neglecting or
refusing to abate or remove any matter, or
thing done, permitted or suffered, contrary to
the requirements of this Bye-Law, either absolutely or in tbe terms of any such notice as
aforesaid, duly served as aforesaid, within the
time in that behalf specified, it shall be lawful
for two or more of the Commission, on behalf
of the Mayor and Council, or their servants or
agents in that behalf, to do the oct or acta,
matters or things, required to be done or performed by such notice at the costs aud charges
of the owner or owners of such Messuage,
.■"bop, Ruildingorother erection or any land or
other premises, the said costs and charges
to he recoverable by action as work and labor
done and money paid by them for the use of
such owner or owuers as if done at his, her or
their actual request, or in such other form as is
proper in law.
SCHEDULE A.
lo th Owner
NOTICE la  hereby giren tbat you are required within days from the date hereof lo                        , and io default of io doing
you will be proceeded   against under tbe provisions of the Municipal Uye«Law to regulate
the sanitary condition of tlie City, 1806.
LCMLEY FRANKLIN,
Miyor of tbe City of Victoria.
This tenth day of July, 18CC.
W ilium Leigh, Town  Clerk.
New Advertisements.
J.    SPENCER,
HOUSE AND SHIP
IP Ut XT HJT. B E IR ,
Gas-fitter and Bell-hanger,
Corner Yates and  Government streets.
All branches of the above business practically done with miitn'SS and despatch, at
charges tu correspond with tbe times.
JJ6
THT!
In tlw- Supreme Court of Civil Justice
Vancouver Island.
THE BANKRUPTCY ACT, 1881-
r RICHARD WOODS, BEING THE CHIEF
1, Registrar of the said Court, do hereby
certify that on the sixteenth day of July, instant, a certain deed or Instrument hearing
date the 20th day of June last (I80ti) and
made and executed by and between George
Jay, Jutncs Chestney Hales and David Browne,
Copartners theiein described, 'railing under
the style or firm of JAY k COMPANY of the
one part nnd Thomas Lowe therein described,
trustee fur himself and the rest of the creditors of the said George Jay, James Chestney
Hales, and David Browne of tho other part,
being a deed or instrument purporting to convey all the copartnership estate and effects of
the snid George Jay, James Chestney Bales,
and David Browne to be applied for the benefit of the creditors of them the said George
Jny, James Chestney Bales, and David
Browne as if ihey had been from the date
thereof duly adjudged Bankrupt, was on the
said sixteenth day of July and at tbe hour of
111:30 in tho forenoon of such day brought
into my oflico for registration, and was duly
registered pursuant to the provisions of the
Bankruptcy AC, 18(11.
Given under my hand and Seal of tho Supreme Court of Civil Justice at James Bay,
Victoria, V. I., tbis sixteenth day of July, A.
D., 18(16.
RICHARD WOODS,
Chief Registrar.
Robert Bishop,  Solicitor,
Langley street, Victoria. jylG
ISTOTICE.
Iii the Supreme Court of Civil Justice
Vancouver Island.
In re Jav k Co.
4 Lti PERRONS HAVINT. CLAIMS ON THE
.\ abuve E.tatc are requested forthwith to
send in the same to Mr. James Chestney Bales,
S'ed-inan, at the Nursery of Jay & Co., Victoria ; and all persons indebted to the said
Estate are desired forthwith to pay the amount
of their respective debts 'o the said James
Chestney Bales, whom the Trustee has authorised lo receive the eamo on account of the
said Ejtate.
ROBERT BISHOP, Solicitor,
Langley Street, Victoria.
Dated ICth July, 1800. jylO.
TUB FIOnSTEEE,
ICE CREAM,
—FROM THE—
PACIFIC TELEGRAPH HOTEL,
IS AGAIN IN TIIE FIELD.
'IMIE   PROPRIETOR   IS   PREPARED   TO
1     supply, as usual, his customers, parties,
balls, etc., at moderate rates.
PACIFIC TELEGRAPH HOTEL,
jy3 Store street
NOTICE
—OF—
CO-PARTNERSHIP.
BUNSTER
HAS THIS DAY
ENTERED INTO
Partnership
WITH ALL LOVERS OF
GOOD   ALE!
jy 17-lm
EVENING TELEGRAPH
CENERAL
Job   Printing
c
ESTABLISHMENT
Langley Street, Victoria,
The  Printing  Office
OF TUX
EVENING
TELEGRAPH
Office ia replete with every appliance
and variety of Material for the
Execution of
LETTER PRESS  PRINTING!
In all its branches, whether
Plain or Ornamental
Miscellaneous.
'PIIE OFFICE AIMS at securing
_L suet speedy Execution of orders as is
consistent wilh correct and elcg.mi Work-
maushlp.
Orders received for Printing
Books,
Business Cards,
Pamphlet!
Invoice!, (
Catalogue!
Bill Head!,
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,
3STOTIOE
Ship Mohawk, Capt- Davies, from Ion don
EITHER  THE   CAPTAIN   NOR
the undersigned will be responsible for any debts that may be contracted by the crew of the above ship.
jyl5    " HENRY NATHAN.
Agent for the vessel.
$50   REWARD.
THE ABOVE REWARD TVILL  BB PAID
to any person recovering the money and
Deposit   Receipt for $900 on tbe  Bank   ol
British North America, stolen from   the Goal
Pit at Nanaimo on Wednesday, .lifly 4th.
GEORGE WALSH,
jy9 3w* Nanaimo
EXPRESS LINE STAGES.
q'HE COACHES OF THIS LINE W Lu
L now run regularly, leaving Yale, t>. C
on
MondnjM,
Wcdnexdayi,
And Friday*,
AT 7, A. M.,
FOR    SAVANA'S    FEBBT
(Big Bend Route), until the  completion ot th*
road, wben they will go to Savanu'i Ferry.
The Coach for Cariboo  will   leave Yale on
Monday.
jy a
F. J. BARNARD.
CHARLES    BERNARD,
Manufacturer and Dealer in
FAMM CHARTRE COFFEE.
And Spleen of all klndi.
No. 707, Sansome street, corner Cold,
Between Jackson and Pacific.
First Premium awarded by the  Mechanics' Institute, for the best Coffee and Spices.
The proprietor bnvinc introduced Steam
Power in bis Manufactii'y, ha now increased
facilities to supply the trade tl I till public in
general. All articles from his i; hlishment
are guaranteed to be pine and unadulterated.
The public are respectlully invited to call and
convince themselves Country orders promptly
attended to. h t
&>^-^-  -£
(SEWING MACHINES,)
\**t        i:jo
)       **»•* Street, ****
et***\
Mono—Th* Sinctr Maihiu ii tha nrAy MkcUm ihrt
will warn all k.nJi of cloth witb all k,„d< of ttuwd.
BfejT IB.OOOIsn*
MACHINES  SOLD  IN TWO  YEARS
The almost incredible increase in the sale of
the Singer Machine during the pnst two yrar.J
is owing to the popularity of the LETTER A
TRANSVEUSE .SHUTTLE Family Machine,
which was introduced in 1860, since which
time it has earned and established a reputation for family uses equal to the celebrated
manufacturing machines ol ibis Firm, which
are generally acknowledged, even by dealers
in otner Sewing Muchines, to be unequalled
for such purposes.
Sgy* NO OTHER Family Sewing Machine
ha9 Mich perfect and improved appliances for
Unfiling, Hemming, Binding, Felling, Tucking,
Gathering, Uunging, Braidia:, i or ng, (j II-
ing. cic.
E£jf All persons requiring nformation
about our Sewing Machines, their - i7.es, Prices,
Working Capacities, nnd the best method of
purchasing,can obtain it by send.. „ for a copy
of the
SINGER   MANUFACTURING    COMPANY S
ILLUSTRATED   I'AUI'IILKT,
Which is entirely devoted   to the  subject.    Il
will be sent gratis, with specimens ot work.
Local Agents wanted in every Town.
WILLIAM        PRICK
General Agent tor the Singer Manfg Co.
hi
General News Agent
J. Stratman.
EMPIRE NEWS DEPOT
Cor. Washington & Sansome str.
Han Francisco.
THE ADVlUTlSKUis prepared to supply
with punctuality und celerity tbeannrxtd
newspfipers and periodicals upon the following
terms AH orders, to receive immediate Attention, must he accompanied by cash remittance,
and handed iu previous to the 4th, 14th, and
'J4th of each month.
London Dnilv Tim<v< $M 00
TI.e  Field  M 00
"        Illu«tmtfd Times „ 7 00
'*      Weeklf Times     7 00
«        JMl's Life* in London 14 00
'      Weekh Dispatch 1400
»        III. Newsoftl.o Wurld 1400
•'        Tutilic Opinion  7 ftO
<       Index  (Kri-e 1rnde) 14 no
"       111.  Spoiling New»  S 00
**      Spectator 1400
«       R**i«w   J40O
"       SiUunlav Review 14 00'
nnbl*" NaiifU...; Vi00
londo.i Iliuptv»K\l News 1400
AtlaU'-s  Monihl- 3 Oil
Blackwood'* Magazine. r 8 00
H-arpT's Magazine »*.. 3 00
Sixpenny Magtzmc M S 00
Knickerbocker , « 3V
Pacific v nt'ily i ..•••• 5©o
Uo.H'v1!* ».«■■' - Boblt...,. 3 00
Musical HoPt SCO
Continental Magazine, u 3 00
Madnm Pernon-st's Monthly 3 00
F. Lethe'" new Family HagmtUe 3 00
Chamber*' Edinburgh   ournal 4 no
Monthly   p&pera, Once a  Week 6 00
• ' '*       Ailthe Year Hound 5 00
Thackeray's Comhill Magazine oot
London Lancet 6 00
ti. A   Sala'sTomple Bar 6 on
London S<ici«'ty   Magazine Sini
St. James Mngazfne .000
Edinburgh Review v 10 00
Londoji   Hi-view 10 00
NoithBrili-diKvview io 00
^estinin^ter Re«tew JO Of
London Art Journal  .1*00
Mining A   Smutting Mag 10 00
|
I
! 11
■1
III
<£b tiring   (ttlrcjrnplj.
FRIDAY   EVE.M.SU, AUGUST 3, 1886.
TIIE   I'.WOX   qiESTIOV.
It is a pleasant di lusion to fancy tbat
we belong to a nation whose watchful
care over her children is something akin
to tlio maternal solicitude which a mother
exhibits towards ber offspring ; bul it is a
delusion which sooner or later gets scattered to the winds. Scarcely a colony of
Great Britain but has at one time or other
been obliged in self respect and self,
defence to violate all Glial obligations
•nd rise in rebellion against the mother
country ; and yet withal it would seem
that the men who guide the destinies of
the nation today are no whit wiser than
thoso who, nearly a century ago, lost to
the Crown the finest portion of the
British empire. There is the same stolid
indifference to the welfare of the colonies
—tbe same supercilious selfishness, aud
the same snobbery, (we cannot use a
mora appropriate or less disngrcable
term) thut forced ihe American colonies
into revolt. In another column will be
found a copy of the bill for uniting Vancouver Islund with British Columbia.
This measure is in response to the demands of the people of both colonics
—in response to cries against over-
burthened taxation, official influence nti.1
Executive extravagance ; and what docs
it purport to do? to give to the United
colony an official element in the Legislature of at least ten to thirteen ! It hus
beeu said thu resolutions of our own
House of Assembly produced this result.
The statement is incorrect. Tlio first resolutions of the Assembly, in order thut
there might be no difficulties thrown iu
the way of union, left the whole matter in
the hands of the Imperial Government.
That Government, however, did nothing
in the premises. The following session
the House of Assembly passed another
series of resolutions intimating that no
union would bo desirable that did not
give the people full representative institutions ; and the tenor of every subsequent
address to Iler Majesty's Government
was to the same effect. What, then, do
wo find is tbe conduct of the Imperial
authorities? Two years after the passage
of the first union resolutions it brings in
the Union bill ; aud after the subsequent
resolutions had been received desiring
representative and even responsible government, it coolly offers to both colonies a
system of government hy which it would
be next to impossible to got a popular
majority !
We have no idea that ihe bill as printed
will pass the House of Commons ;  we
learn ipdeed that the Secretary  for  the
Cplonies had reconsidered the mcusnro nt
the instigation  oi some friends of   the
colony in London, and intended muking
■omeohange in its provisions ; he that ns
it may, however, we havo the broad fact
staring us in tlie fane, that in this ycar'6C,
wo had   a  British   Ministry willing   to
sacrifice the interests of these two colonies
on the bare and unsupported assertions of
their respective Governors, and in direct
antagonism to tbo views of the people.
No wonder we hear the cry of annexation
to-day resounding throughout the city—
do wonder British rule is becoming more
and more a subject of contempt.    What
Englishman with any   portion   of  self-
reipect can talk of loyalty and allegianco,
wben he is held in so low an estimation
by hit own national Government as to be
placed,   or   at   least   threatened  to   be
placed, under the rule of a number of simpering officials win, from Governor Seymour down should never have  left  their
mothers' apron-strings.   The union bill is
a virtual abrogation of self-government;
for while  it   leaves Vancouver  Island
ostensibly with a representation of eight
out of a Council of twenty-three members
it leaves also the power iu the hands of
Governor  Seymour  to   appoint   thoBe
eight.    We  might,   therefore   have a
Council  composed   entirely   of   officiels
and nominees.   We feel almost disgraced
at belonging to a power that could pu,
forward so silly   and so insulting a pro
position to any class of its  own   people.
Bat   what,   it  might be asked, has our
own Governor been doing all this while-
has he been advocating Vancouver Island
interests ?   We will not charge him with
the bare-fsced falsehoods, which   it   now
appears  from   tbe despatches, Governor
Seymour bas been pouring into the ears
of Her Majesty's Government; but wt
do lay he has  beeu  assisting  Governor
Seymour iu every possible way   to  injure
our representative capacity in the eyes of
the Home Government.    He first gays in
a despatch that "the population of each
colony will long continue to be too   small
for  healtly   political   action.1'    Then he
attempts to make little  of onr House ol
Assembly in the following manner :—
The form of Government nt present existirg
in thii color j, namely, an Elective Assembly
of fifteen member* and a Nominative Coudi il
does not, and in my opinion nev.rean. work
Ullsftrtortly. There it no medium «r tOn-
ii i tlat link between the Governor and Ilu-
Assembly, and the time of the l.i'gi-1 •iiu-
I'liiimil (wlrcli coapriws ibe principal ttte*
uIiv,• nfli.e.-b) is mainly Occupied in the
cornelian of mittakes, at undoing the crude
legislation of the Loner House, who have not
and cannot be erpeeted to hare the praetiral er-
perience or avaitabls time necessary for the
successful conduct if public affairs. On financial
subjects they are attcays greatly at fault.
This is assisting the colony with a von-
gennrc. Governor Seymour advises a
nominative Council, and Governor Kennedy says virtually the people know nothing : His Excellency then continues :
" I would, therefore, recommend (should
Ihe opportunity for remodelling the form of
Government occur) ihit I here should tie one
Chamber only, composed of elective members
as at present with the addition of nom'nees
of the Crown, iu the proportion of one-third,
with pmver to resnlve itself Into two separate
Chambers when the state of the population
would justify or render it necessary, a contingency which if, I think, far dismnt."
That this colony would accept such o
hill is implying that tlie people have forgotten English history and have lo-t their
manhood. Tho lime is fust approaching
—it lias now nrrived—when every perscn
in the country must conm boldly forward
nnd declarn not only to the miserable
apology for a Government we have
here, but to the stolid magnates of Downing street, that the colony will pay no
more taxation until it shall have a system
of Government under whieh a man can
live »ilhout feeling ho is on the steady
road to ruin, ns well as lo degradation.
New Advertisements.
Now Advertisements.
Everett's Exchange,
STORE   STREET,   V. T.
'ihe proprietor respectfully in-
1 ("inn his friends end the public tint be
lifts opened bis old stand in Store street, where
he will keep as before the fineU quality of
WINKS, LIQUORS, and CIGARS.
Come and see.
au 3-lra       PAT. EVERETT, Proprietor.
BAKED
PORK   AND   BEANS
EVERY SUNDAY MORNING,
25 Cents a Pot,
—AT—
A.   W.  PIPER'S
BAKERY,
GOVERNMENT    STREET,
OPPOSITE THE THEA'lRE.
nil 3-2t
Wanted to Borrow
S500     DOLLARS
SE
The
ON   FIRST-CLASS   REAL ESTATE
curity producing $150 per month,
money would ho taken lor one year at 1} per
cent, per mouth.
For particulars apply to
A. F. IHO,
au 2 Government street.
THE C. uTa; M. 8. N. (Ju.vli'ANY'5
STEAMSHIP
CALIFORNIA,"
JOSEPH   WILLIAMS,  Commander,
u
will sail roa
SAN FRANCISCO DIEEGT,
— 0» —
Monday,   6th August
At 0 p. in.
For freight or passage, apply on board or to
JOHN  P. COUCH,
Agent C.  0. * M. 8. N. Co.
WILSON   &  MURRAY,
GKOCERS,
Provision, Wine k Spirit Merchants,
BAKERS  & CONFECTIONERS,
FORT ST., VICTORIA, V. I.
shipping" supplied.
•ii 2
SAN FRANC!SCQ_C]GAR STORE.
«r If you Want the Finest -®»
HAVANA   C!CAR
ON  TIIE   PACIFIC   COAST,
Augustus  F.   Keyser,
Government   street,  adjoining   the  San
Francisco Baths.
New  Advertisements.
IP.    O'lDlAT'YER
IMPORTER    AND    WHOLESALE
DEALER  IN
Oregon and California Flour,
Middlings, Bran. Grain, Eulter
Lard, Provisions, etc, etc.
Families und the Trade supplied ou the
most reusonable terms.
No. 40 Government street.
NEAR CORN HI. OF FORT.
jy 29
Sea Baths?   Sea Baths"
25 cents. 25 cents,
•WA3STTED
TIIHEF, HOARDERS  AT $8 PRR IBS.
The best the market ean afford placed
ou the uhle.    Apply et the
BEE 1HVE   HOTEL,
jy 30 Foit street.
TOBACCO PLANT
ARRIVAL OF ANOTHER 0ARO0 FROM
Virginia & Cuba,
VIA 'ASPINWAU.,
Of (be .Host   Celebrated Brands *>t
TOBACCO   &   SEGARS
EVER IMPORTED
Samples can be  had  at tbe >< 1DU.PH1,"
corner Vines and Government Btreeii.
I aljo carry on the business at my OLD
STAND on JOHNSON STREET and WADDINGTON ALLEY.
F. CMPBELL,
au2 ADELPHI SEOAR STORE.
ST-   LOUIS    COLLEGE.
A  FINE   MEW   STOCK
JUST EECEIVED.
au2
HAVANACIGAB&
LEWIN  &   ANTHONY,
TOBACCONISTS.
47 Tates St., Brick Store
Next to Corner of Government St.,
BEG TO INFORM THEIR FRIENDS AND
tne pnblic in general thut they will con
stantly receive hy every steamer ft good aa-
sorimcntot Genuine II :n nun < lira in
and the Best ISiamis of Tob.iceo,
imported direct for this market. Bo thai they
are uhle to •.■omoete with unyhruseon this
Island, either Wholesale or R tail.
N.   B-—Special   attent'on  will  be paid  to
Oniintrv orders.
HEIMAN  LEWIN.     |     LOUIS ANTHONY
au 2
THE  UNDERSIGNED   B^GS  LEAVE TO
inform the public that he has established
a fust-class
Salt-Water    Bath.House,
Moored just above Douglas Foundry.
N. B.—Bfttlnrs taken to the Bath-house free
of charge, by boats from the foot of Johnson
itrcet.
BSy* Between the hours of 1 and 4 p.m. the
Bath-house will be open for Indies only.
jy 18 JOII\   BGID.
Jesse  Cowper,
In the Supreme Court of Civil Justice,
Vancouver Island.
In  Bankruptcy.
In the matter of the estate of John  Copland,
a  Bankrupt.
The first day of August, 18G8.
UPON HEARING JOHN COPLAND, AND
upon reading the Resolutions filed in
this Honorable Court on the eighteenth day
of July last, nnd Iho affidavit of the said
John Copland filed on thi* first dny of August
now current, nnd under clause 142 of the
Bankruptcy Act, 1862, it is ordered thnt the
adjudication in Bankruptcy be annulled and
tbe same is hereby annulled.
{L.S.}
JOSEPH NEEDHAM, C. J.
au 2
A. & W. WILSON,
Hou3e and Ship Plumbers
GASFITTERS,
BELL-HANGERS & TINSMITHS
FORT   STREET.    .
All orders promptly attended to
au 2
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
BOOTS AND SHOES,
LEATHER,
—AND—
SHOE     FINDINGS,
YATES    STREET,
OPPOSITE WELLS, FARGO & Co
At the old stand of Webster & Co., ii
prepared to supply the wants of tlio
public in his line.
The Latest Stvles
Received liy every arrival from Enulni i
and Sun Francisco. nuV
The Colonial Market.
JOHNSON   STREET,
(opposite     omental   alley,)
Will be re-opened on
Saturday,    August     4th,
The market will be constantly supplied
with the best quality of articles required for
the family table. Fresh supplies received
daily.
au 1 N. V. LANOE.
j. p. davies & go;
AUCTIONEERS Si COMMISSION SI Kit
CHANTS. balearoom, Fireproof Stout
Building, Wharf Street, near Yule*.
t&" Cash
Advances
Sals.
on
Merchandise   for
hi
NEW   WESTMINSTER
GAME   DEPOT,
YATES   ST.,
Next door to  the corner of Government,
opposite Zelner's Drug Store.
THE SUBSCRIBER. HAVING MADE AR-
rangements to receive from different
parties tho produ e of tbe Island and country
will be prepared to turnisb
nr Game,
Tish,
Fruits,
Poultry,
Eggs    and    Vegetables,
Each and all in their season, at the lowest
prices.
Bfiy* Fraser River Salmon by each steamer.
JAMES   ALUS*.
jy 31-lm
J;   NAG-LB,
Shipping Mf ster and Commission
Agent.
pREWS SUPPLIED AT TIIE SHORTEST
\J Notice—Goods entered and cleared at
the Custom House; .Manifests, Charter Parties,
nnd Bi Is of Sale made out. Vessels bought
or sold.
t£jy~ Several small Vessels for sale or
charter.
Office—Bastion 6trect, near the Police
Barracks. jy 17
IN ANSWER TO CERTAIN INQUIRIES
made hy fathers and mothers uf families,
we have the honor to in'orm the public that
St. Louis College will be kept open on tbe
same footing as during the previous years,
mid every possible care will be taken not only
to adorn the minds of the pupils with all the
knowledge which a good education lequires,
hut also to inibuc them with sound principles
of honesty and morality.
The course of studies will comprise History,
Oe. gr.iphy, Arithmetic ancient and modern
languages, English, French and German, in
short all the departments ot a complete
course of instruction.
The College will bo conducted under tbe
patronage of the Right Rev. Bishop Demers,
by tho Very Rev. J. A!. Mendurt. Superintendent, Rev. Chas. Seghers, Rev. W. Moloney,
Rev  L. Iluupts and Richard Louis Pearce.
jy2C lw J. M. MANDART, V. G.
For San Francisco Direct
THE NEW AND FAST SAILING SCHOON-
er
To sail on or about tbe first of August.
For Freight or Passage, apply lo
E. B. MARVIN,
jy!3 Wharf street.
REMOVAL!
Tho Business of
THOMAS WILSON I CO.
Re-commenced    on
MONDAY,    JUNE    19th
In their New and Commodious Store in
IMZ-A-SOIN-IC!     HALL,
GOVERNMENT      STREET,
(Opposite tho Bank of British Columbia,)
WITH   THEIR   USUAL    ;-   '
WELL-ASSORTED    STOCK*
INCLUDING     i
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, Eeps, Chintzes,
Gents', Ladies'and Children's
Hosiery and Gloves;
Trimmings, &c. jy 3
LONDON    HOUSE,
May mh, 1866.
Our Importations for the present season are now
complete by arrivals per EXPRESS this morning,
and the extensive shipments now landing from the
EASTERN CHIEF
Our DRESS, MANTLE, SILK, SHAWL, MILLINERY, LACE, HOSIERY, DRAPERY, FANCY
and UPHOLSTERY departments are now replete
with the newest and choicest goods. Either Wholesale or Retail customers will find this the best stock
we have yet offered.
hi.
LONDON FIRM,
J. P. Tunstall Oo.
VICTORIA V. I.,
J. H. Turner & Oo. (Binning   (kckgraplj.
^FRIDAY EVENINO,  AUGUSTS, 1866.
COMMERCIAL.
■HIPP1HQ 1.1ITK1.1.1UICBIC11..
FOOT Of VICTORIA. VA.NCOUVBK   ISLAND.
UTiain.
Aag3—None
OLIAIID.
An* 3—81p Harnet, Dwyer, San Jnan
mill ii.
In thii eity, this morning, August 3d, the
wife of Mr. E. U. Holden, of a daughter.
to San Francisco, July 1 Kill, tbe wife of
Job* C.t'o'qnhoan, of a son.
BiNa or BuiTisH Noam Ahirica.— The
DaUg News gives a report of the annual general meeting of the Shareholders of this bank
held in London on June 5th. Thi f Mowing
paragraph from the speeeh of the Chairman
will be ol interest to our readers: "He had
informed them at a former meeting that the
directors intended to send out Mr. I'aton, the
general manager, to inspect the branches on
the PuciQc coast. Mr. Paton had performed
tbat duty with an intelligence Hnd leal that
entitled him to the highest cr. dit. He had
made a most able report upon the whole of
the business transacted at those cstitdish-
ments, and that report made alter the most
minute examination, fully justified the diversion of » portion of the capital of tho ha k
from the East, where they were crippled hy a
false legislation, to tho West, where their
capital had free scope."
Hooss of Assshblv.—In the House to-day
Mr. Pidwell's bill to change the constitution
was lost by 5 to i, Mr. .McClure giving ns his
reason for voting against it, tho Union bill
and the derogatory remarks of His Ex ellency
on the members of the House, as seen in the
union despatches just placed before the members, and for these reasons also he moved lor
suspension of rules to allow the want of confidence resolutions to he transmitted. This
required a two-thirds vote, and ns the vote
atood but 5 to 3 in favor, the Speaker declared
it hist. The House went into Committee and
passed Dr. Ash's amendments to the llaibor
Dues Act and also pushed through the abolition of Imprisonment for Debt, when It adjourned till 1 o'clock on Monday.
Thc Cvclonk—The report in the Chronicle
this morning to the effect that the Cyclone,
whieh left here in December Inst, had been
lost in Bass straits, is altogether incorrect.
A private letter from the consignees in Adelaide to J. Robertson Stewart, Esq., of this
city, states that the Cyclone had arrived at
Adelaide, but hnd met with severe weather,
having had her bulwarks swept away. The
Southern Cross, which left here shortly after
thc departure of the Cyclone, had nut arrived
at Adelaide, but was daily eipccted.
Cost ok TsLitoaAi'iiiso to Ecaopt—Thc
telegraph operator in this city gives ns the
following information : From any telegraph
statien in America to any station in Great
Britain or Ireland, twenty words, Including
da'e, address lynd signature, not exceeding iu
all one hundred letters, will cost one hundred
dollars. For every additional five letters or
fraction thereof the charge will be five dollars.
Figures, including date, must be written out
and letters counted.
Tna Austiiaman Dikhcultt.—News received by last mail announces that the Mc-
Culloeh Government has returned to office.
The tariff bill has again been introduced, and
after a conference it was amended and passed
through both houses. The appropriation bill
has also been passed. Governor Darling proceeds te England next mouth. Considerable
excitement followed the news of bis recall.
It is reported that Parliament will vote him
£25,000.	
Madam Ansa Bishop.—A letter has been
received in Snn Francisco from Madam Anna
Bishop dated Mariana Islands, May 7th, announcing the safe arrival there of herself and
party after their shipwreck on Wake Island
on March 5th. The party, 21 in number,
sailed 1400 miles in nn open boat, and suffered
Tery much.    They intend going to Manilla.
Tbi MtmnsB Cash—Songish Jim, and Jim
from New Westminster, the two Indians
charged with tho murder of Edmund Urin,
were brought up in the police court to-day
and remanded t 11 Monday, in order to allow
the police time to procure further evidence.
Coloimi. Mam«t.—This old and well-
known place of business has been re-openod
by Mr. N. V. Langc, who will supply Ihe public with every seasonable commodity at tbe
lowest market rates.
A Welcomi AaaivAL—It is stated as a fact
that n gentleman representing a capital of
$350,000 arrived by the steamer yesterday
with the intention of investing in tbis colony.
Jaiiis Allin, cook of the Lsbouchero at
the time of her loss, has opened a fish and
game depot on Yates street, opposite the Al-
hambra.
Mr. A. D. Hsu., well known in connection
with the press of this city, is now engaged on
the staff of the San Francisco Bulletin.
f Alrxandrr'b Gloves—Messrs. J. H. Turner
4 Co., London House, have received to-day,
by Express from Paris, a full assortment of
Alexandre's famous kid glove', for which
they are the sole agents in Vancouver Island
and British Columbia. *
Mr. Freeman requests us to state tbat he
Is about to remove his Variety store fiom
Waddington Alley and corner of Government
nod Cormorant streets to the large store on
So .nion street known as the "Queen
Jaloon." »
TELEGRAPHIC
mmtni to ns Etna. immums
To-day's    Despatches.
First Despatches over the
Atlantic Cable-
News from London to Victoria in
two days!—Great I'iots in
Hyde Park the day before yesterday.— Reform meeting of
300,000 people.—Peace certain
in Europe —Prussia to obtain
all her demands.— cholera increasing in New York.
New Youk, Atij». I.—An offer wn»
made to dny liy private parties to supply
the Stock ICxcliange and tfold room with
London quotations nt $1,000   per month.
Fifteen eases of cholera and six ilea'lis
in the ciiy, nnd eighteen cases nnd five
ilentlis in Brooklyn, cc'iired to-day.
Three deaths anion; the troops on
Governor's Island occurred last night, including Lieutenant Wright.
New Yohk, August 1.-The Herald
has the/ullowing : London, August 1—
A great meeting wns held to-dav ; three
hundred thousand people were present.
Resolutions wore adopted declaring thry
hid no faith in the Government. Petitions
were rend which are to lie presented to
Parliament, demanding an inquiry into
the conduct of Sir Richard Mtiyne, Chief
of Police. The procession wns immerse ;
several hands of music were in attendance
and everything passed off quietly.
The Tribune has a special dispatch
which says: Peace was believed to he
certain at Berlin on Saturday. Ijismark
and the King would return this week.
Prussia carries nil her points
The Hyde l'ark riots nnd tbe move,
ments to formnn exclusive Reform league
have imperilled the Derby Government.
Chicago, August 1—The President today presented to General Sherman his
commission as Lieutenant General of the
armies of the United States. Gen. Grunt
wns present wheu the commission was
signed mud delivered.
General Kckert, assistant Secretary of
War, appointed und confirmed lust week,
sent in his resignation, to accept the position of general tuperlatandont of telegraph
lines from Norfolk, Virginia, through
New England to ihe end of the Atlantic
cable on this continent.
Ni:w YoiiK, July 31—Business messages ate being transmitted over the cable
to Europe, Four thousand words were
transmitted through the cable in twelve
hours on the 28th inst.
New York, Aurust 2—Since the 22tl
tilt, there have been 30 cases and 21
deaths from cholera on Black Well Island. Prom 29 h to 31st ult. there were
«2 cases and 2G deaths on Wurd's Island.
In the city yesterday there were 21 cases
and 9 deaths ; also on Governor's Inland,
yesterdiy, several new cases and 5 deaths.
The epidemic is on the Increase iu Brooklyn.
California.
San Fhaxcisco, August 2—Guslavns
and t'harles DeYoung, publishers of the
Dramatic Chronicle, have been arretted
for publishing au alleged libellous article
in regard to the burning of the United
States Court building, in which it is loll
mated tbat the fire was the work of an
incendiary who desired lo burn tho Metropolitan Theatre, and that tho incendiary
was probably the parties most interested
in its destruction. The article was generally understood to refer lo Mr. Mnguire
ol the Opera House and Academy of
Music, who preferred the comp'uint.
Gold in New York yesterday 148J.
Sterling Exchange 108JJ, dull. Legul
Tenders 71.
i anadn.
DATES   TO  JULY  3.
The budget of the Cannijian Finance
Minister shows that expenditures for the
b-st tear were (12,0011,000, and that the
Fenian raid has cost the province not less
than $1,100,000. $50,000 huve been
heretofore asked for militia expenses ; but
now $1,500,000 nre plnci'd iu the Canadian war estimates. Since the cessation
of Reciprocity, the decline of revenue is
$1,000,000, against which there is a
specified increase of dnties, which go into
effect at once. Mr. Gait further proposes
to raiso $5,000,000 by issuing legal tender
notes.
'Iho Hamilton, C. W., correspondent
of Ihe Toromo Globe fttya :
Spite of all the paragraph.) which appear  in   tbe
Feninnism is a fizzle, that it is ' played
'out,' and that there will be no more
I'Viiian Invasions of Canada, 1 can vouch
for it th.it the popular mind —here in
Hani lion at nil events—does not see it in
lb it light. The prevailing belief if thut
the 1 <-i11ui.- will ' come again.' Ciuudians
returned from various places on the other
side bring accounts which   should   make
our uuihoriiies think twice are slacking
their vigiluncc. Some who have been in
Buffalo lately declare that there are in
fiat city ut least 1,000 t'enitins, engaged
at what work tiny can get, but watching
the chances, aud ready read/ to move at
a day's notice. Just assure as the sun
shines, it is said, and if the Niagara
frontier be left unguarded, they will be
over It is threatened that the next lime
they try it they will be in such force us
will put it out of thc power of the United
.Stales government lo blame its own officers for not stopping them. By ull uicmiiiU
the Western cities cities nre the hotbeds
of FVnianism Chicago is to turn out a
Fenian urmy and nuvy together. In
Cleveland there ure suid to be some thou
sands of Fenians working to support
themselves, but waiting the word to move.
It is alleged thut they have iu tl at port,
or belonging to it, i-even vessels subject
to their order whenever wanted.
The Union Bill.
EDiron Evsnino Tei.eoraph—Sin :— The
till for uniting llritioli Columbia and Vancouver Inland, or rather for annexing the latter to the former, is highly suggestive ; it
(jives such evident proof that we do not require to be told that Governor Seymour has
been exerting ull his elforts to obtain every
possible advantage for the colony he governs,
and let his action piocecd from no mutter
what motive, it bears the outward impress of
laudable paternal solii-itude for the welfare of
those over whose destinies he presides. We
are as a natural consequence led to enquire
what has our Governor done towards the protection or promotion ol the interests of Vancouver Island in the proposed union ; we have
neilhci jeen or heard of anything having
been done by him in the premises, and it is
time I think that we lea:ut what his views on
the subject are, and what efforts, if any, he
has made on our behalf, for 1 do not remember to have heard any public expression of
His Excellency on the subject of union, and
therefore for aught we know he may be hostile to what is considered by many a panacea
for all our ailments.
It cannot be denied that the question of
union was introduced into the House of Assembly in a most questionable and imprudent
manner; positively resigning ull right to
have any say whatever us to the conditions
under which we should be united ; but even
this is not a sufficient justification for the
Executive to cease to advocate the interests
of a colony whoso welfare and happiicsi he
is bound in honor and duty to use every endeavor to promote. I am very much afraid
when the truth shall have beeu ascertained,
it will be tound that if His Excellency has
advocated union ut all (whieh I doubt) it has
been in the most lukewarm maimer, and that
so far Irom contending for any advantages for
this colony, he has cheerfully availed himself
of the imprudent vote of the House of Assembly, which he detests, to leave the conditions and the fute of the eolony entirely at
the mercy of the Imperial Government. For
the purpose of carrying out a certain project
we arc told " it does not signify who we bave
for governor ;" persons who aro of that opinion labor under a very great error, for the
very nppointmeut of a governor by tlie Imperial Government is prima facie evidence
Unit he enjoys its coufidence, and therefor- if
we were angels mid reported as devils by Aim,
his report would command attention, while
individuals and even legislatures are required
to give the strongest documentary proof in
iny couipl ints they mny havo to make before
they can be entertained.
If such a uniou bill were to pass, the inevitable elfect would be to conline the colony of
British Columbia to its actual limits and to
swell the dimensions of the already very
large estate of our Uncle Samuel, leigbbor,
by the addition of Vancouver Island.
Vakooovimhsis.
Hou.owav's I'll,La ash Ointment.—Dangerous Diurrhir.—The causes of this weakening disease being so various, and tho nature
of its attacks so changeable, tally account
for thc enormous number of its victims.
Under Holloway's treatment the source of
this complaint may lie in obseur ty and the
succissful issue be still the same whether thc
Stomach, liver, large or small intestines be
the seat of malady, lor his Pills, judiciously
taken, and his Oiniment, briskly rubbed on
the abdominal walls, restrain the excited
vessels and regulate each erring function, let
it spring whence it may. Both medicaments
address themselves directly to reproduce the
exact balance between Bensibility ond irritability, between morbid and healthy secretion,
between Datura] and exce-sivo excretion.
Mb. Zinn begs to announce to the inhabitants ol V ictoria that he ha* lately received a
largo assortment of Children's Can iages and
Chairs, Fishing Baskets nnd Fishing Canes,
*nd a Inrge quantity of Market and Trave ling
Baskets, China Vases, Fancy Goods and Toys,
»1 of which have to be sold on or belore
February next at greatly reduced prices
Goods sold nt wholesale lor cost prices.     *
Ths Novblths in the Silk trade this seaons
are the beautiful Gros de Sues, Gros de
l.ondros, and Gros de Pekin. A choice lot of
these are for sale at the Lonoon Hocsb ; also
n splendid stock of Black Gros Grains and
Glaces, from three-quarters to a yard and a
quarter wide, bought before the advance in
the silk market. *
New Advertisements
Oriental Restaurant,
YATES   STREET,
In connection with the Oriental Hotel.
THIS   ESTAIIU.-IIMKNT    H   OPES AT
ALL HOURS OF THE DAY 01'. BltjllT!
THB    TABLE
Will be furnished with the belt the mirket
affords.
Breakfast,
Dinner,
Supper
At moderate prices.
Oysters   in   every   Style.
Private Rooms for smill or Urge parties.
Call and judge for yourselves. jy 30-lra
" rounTW^qrner "
IS THE NA.ME OF THE
3STE-W    SALOON
JUST OPENED IX
Lnnvlry   Sfrcet,   round   the
coiner from Yates street,
In  the  building formerly  occupied   by   the
Saloon of Ebeiihaiidt's Hotel.
The Saloon has been tastefully refitted,
aud will be supplied witb the
FIRST    QUALITY   OF
Wines   and  Liquors.
The proprietor respectfully invites the public to call "ROUND THE CORNER" and
judge for themselves.
jy-29 JtCOB   HERKIMER.
FASHION   HOTEL
AUD
Concert   Room,
The only Place of Amusement in
Town!
rpHE   UNDERSIGNED HAVING LEASED
i.   theso   well   known  establishments, begs
leave to anuouueo that they wi.lbe
Re-opened on Saturday, July 28.
The former billiard Hall has been converted
into a Concert Room, where may always be
found attentive and obliging attendants.
Best qualities of Wines, Liquors, and Cigars served hy the proprietor in person.
CHAS. BROOKS.
JJgy* Admission Fine*, jy 20
UNION HOTEL,
Corner Bastion and Langley sts.
rTHJE PROPRIETOR  RESPECTFULLY IN-
".   forms the public,  thnt  the above   named
Hotel   is   new   open    for   the   reception   of
Boarders.
Terms :
Board and Lodging per week $10 00
Hoard without Lodging 8,00
The Hotel
la locnted in the mu?t centrn) part of tlie city,
being in the immediate vicinity of ihe principal Business House?, the Theatre and other
places of amusement in tbe city.
The Table
Will bo supplied with all the delicacies that
our markets afford.
Au early application is necessary as only a
limited number (if boarders will bo taker, it
being the intention of the Proprietor tn do oil
in his power to promote the comfort of those
who may favor him with their patronage.
REFERENCE   REQUIRED-
T. II.  tfc (MNN, Proprietor.
Victoria, V. L, July 30th. 18C6.        jy 30
NOTICE !        NOTICE !!
LjiROS THIS DATE TIIE UNDERSIGNED
I      has concluded to reduce his price ONE
HALF ; and hereafter tho
FINEST-WINES AND LIQUORS,
ALE,   BEER,   <ke, kc,
Will be served at the
"METROPOLITAN"
At TWELVE AND A HALF CENTS
per sample.
The public tvill please call and sample, nnd
satisfy themselves that the very best is to be
had at the above price.
T. J.  HfRNS,
Metropolitan Saloon, Store street.
ti"**
The Fashion Hotel and Music Hall will
be opened this evening at 9 o'elick, when
Ciiaiii.es BnooKS hopes his friends will not
fad to give him a call and sample his fine
Wines, L quors and Signrs. Every atiention
shown to guests by the new attendants.     *
Ma. Diobt Palmer requests thnt orders for
teaching, playing and tuning Piaiofortes, and
for instruction in Singing, may be left wilh
Messrs. Hibben k Carswell, Stationers and
Booksellers, Government street, or at his residence, near the top of Fort street. *
Ma. D.  Lixdsat,  Accountant  and  Official
Assignee in   Bankruptcy,   ke.,   kc., request.-
us to   intimate that he will remove his  Office
to Captain Stamp's New Building, Govern-
papers   assuring   OS   that | ment Street, on Monday, 30th July. *
PRIVATE   BOARD.
Board   with  Comfortably
Furnished Bed-room,
Six Dollars per Week.
■"ST-A.T.-ES   ST.,
Next  Door  to  the   Anglo-
American.        jy25
New Advertisements.
The "Grotto,"
OPPOSITE THE TELEGRAPH OFFICE.
For *  class  of choice  liquor go to th«
" (irotto."
There  "none but the best'' you   will
find is the motto.
Mint Jnlej>«, Sherry Cobblers—everything
cooling ; '
Gome ye that do tbirst, you will Gnd iti
do fooling.
»»2
WANTED
A    MAN FOR HOU E WORK,
jyl8
Park Ho«el.
Beacon Hill.
TO   LET.
THE BRICK STORE, CORNER OF FORT
and Wharf stieet, TO LET.
Inquire of      THOMAS GULDEN',
jy Tl Fort street.
Chains and Anchors.
TWENTY. TONS  CHAIN
Short LiD'.ted and proved from J to J
AND
A. iJST c n o :r s ,
From 20 to 800 pounds.
jy:'3
For Sale by
PETER M'QUADE,
Wharf street, Victoria.
THB QKEAT   REMEDY   Ol?  THB
.AUK.
HOLLOWAY'S OINTMENT.
The   effect   ot  the   Ointment   on   the
Syatcm.
To the vi ry co'c and centre of all dis-nsei
which atfect tbe litiiiimi body, this remarkable
preparation penetrates. It disappears uuder
Ihe friction ot the hands, as salt disappears
when rubbed u,ion meat. The unguent performs its healing errand rapidly, safely, aad
without pair.. Simple eruptions, open soree,
hard tumors, fcroluious developments of all
kinds, abcesses, cancers, old wounes. and, in
tact, every specb s of ir.fl immation and gap-
puratior, whether in tfe skin, the flesh, tbe
glands, or among the muscles, can be arrefiteb
in ill destructive cuurse, nnd permanently
cured wilhoul danger by rubbing iu this inestimable Ointment.
Bad    Leas,   Unit   Itnusfs,'   Sores,   nnd
I He...
In many Hospitals in Europe this celebrated
remedy is now used for the cure of old wounds,
sores, and ulcers ; in Spain and Portugal, nnd
in many parts of Italy, the lirst Physicians re-
regularly prescribe its use. Il is a sovereign
remedy lor bud breads and bad legs; and likewise for all skin diseases, it is to be found in
the chest of nearly every sailor, soldier, null
emigrant.
liiipruiteiu-le.   or    Vniilli;- Sore,    nnd
Ulcrin.
The above class of complnints is surelv re
iiovcd by nightly fomenii"g Ihe parts'witt
oirtn water, and then by most effectually rub
oing in this Oiniment. Personssulfciing froa
these direful complaints should lose not a mo
ment in arresting their progress. It should hi
u'derstood that it is not sufficient merely to
smear the Ointment on the nflec'ed parts, but
it must be well rubbed in lor some considerablt
timo two or Ihree times a day, that it may be
taken into the system, whence it will remov.
only hidden sore or wou id as effectually ».
though il were palpable lo the eye. Bread and
water poultices, niter the rubbing in ol It.
Ointment, wi.l do great service. This is ih(f
only proper treatment fur tenuiles in cases ct
cancer in the stomach, or fur lliose who sullic
from a general bearing uui n.
l'llt», Pl.lula., Milemru.
Blotches, nsalso swellings, cm wilh certainty
he radically cured if ihe Ointment be -used
Ireely, and the Pills be laken uiglu und morn.
ing us recommended in th,. printed iii.-tnu tiioni
When trotted in any utherwiy these conipluinu
Jnly dry up in one place to break oat in an-
ithcr ; whereas this Ointment will remove the
humor from the system, aod leave the paiieu
i vigorous und healihy being. It will reiiuin
.ime, aided by '.he use of tne Pills, io eusuro
noting cure
Dlptherln,   Iloreliltli,   Snid   Thronta.
Any of the nbnve class of diseases may he
-ured by well rubbing the Oiniment three
.imes a day upon the skin covering the throat,
ilii'st, and neck ot the patient. The unguent
will soon penetrate Ihe pores und give immediate relief. To iillnj the lever nnd lessen tha
inflamation, eight or ten Pills should bo laken
night and morning. The Ointment will pio-
duce peispiration, which is so essential for
remo-ing fevers, sore throats, nnd those oppressions of the chest which arise from
Asthn n, Bronchitis, and other causes.
Both the Ointment and 1'ilU .honld
be  used   tn the  following Caiu i
Ami !(■;■«
Il..i H. 0...1I
Wn-ns
Bmiiunfl
Pil.Mil Mnscln t^e»
.nd Smi.l-Klipi
OCO-tHi_V
^hiego-foot
:iiill>i.iin«
Chapped llandu
'"nrn« (Corns)
Dineen
G attracted
stin.ioints
Klrl'hnntutis
KMulan
OnW
llilnnilular
li°S'
I- mown.
Pllu
Rli^nmalUra
Jltaio.
and gore Mpplre
P* ro TIipmi
Skm tbten*
|-S!urvy
[Sure lie.d.
Swell 'rumor.
iUlcen
Wound.
V.M.
L.    BBTTMAN,
DEALER IN PHY GOODS,   GROCERIES,
BOOTS AND SHOES, &., ic, ke.
iy IT OJympii, W- T.
fold at t' e EBtaWl!»hm«jt ot Pv^FBsinn n<mow»
244, Strand, (»*ar Tempi* li«0, tout!-* ; |)„, \T %
/especUtile Drujrfclsti und Idlers in Mciltcinw lltrrurfc
»nt tlie civilurd world, at the folli-winfi price* 1„ 1 jld
2. fid,  Iti tid.. Un., £!., and S.U, each Pot.
*m* Tliere * a considerable lavingbv takinj the lartfc*
izee.
K P.— .pirectione forthc guidance of P»H»Mv  'd c\«
disorJar ire atBxed to each Pot.
1 r
TUG   UNION  BILL.
hM
.
'II
TIjo following is the copy of (he bill
alluded to in our Uiae of yesterday, for
uniiini? Vaacourer Island and British
Columbia.
Bo it enacted by tbe Queen's Most
Excellent Majeety, by and with the ad-
viae aud eomeut of the Lords Spiritual
and Temporal, and Commons, in this
present rarliuiiieiit assembled, and by tbo
uiittiority of the same, as follows :
1. Tbis Act may be cited ui Tho
British Columbia Act, 1866.
2. Iu this Act the term Governor
means any Officer for the time being lawfully administering the Government.
3. The Governor of British Columbia
after receiving an Address from the
Legislative.Council of British Columbia
requesting lliut this Act should be proclaimed by him, and after having been
officially informed that Addresses to the
same effect have been adopted by the
Legislative Council and Legislative As*
scrably of Vancouvet Island, shall proclaim thc sama accordingly.
4. From and immediately alter Ihe
Proclamation of this Act by the Governor
of UritUb Columbia, the Colony of Vancouver Island shall be and the same is
hereby united with the Colony of British
Columbiu, and thenceforth those two
Colouies shall form and be one Colony,
with the name of British Columbia (which
Union is, iu this Act referred to as the
Union )
5. On tho Union taking effect, the
form of Government existing in Vancouver
Island as a separate Colony shall cease,
nml the power and authority of tbe Executive Government aud of tbe Legislature existing in British Columbia, shall
extend to and over Vancouver Island ;
but in order that provision may be made
for the representation of Vancouver Island
in the Legislature of British Columbia
after the Union, the maximum number
of Councillors in the Legislative Council
of British Columbia after the Union, shall,
until it is otherwise provided by lawful
nulhority, bo twenty-three instead of
til teen.
6. After and notwithstanding the
Union, the laws in force in tho separate
ColonieB of British Columbia and Vancouver Island, respectively, nt the time of
the Union taking effect, shall until it is
otherwise provided by laivful authority,
remain in force as il tbis Act had not
been passed or proclaimed ; save only
thnt the laws relative to the Revenue of
Customs in force in British Columbia at
tbe time of thc Union taking effect, shall,
until it is otherwise provided by lawful
authority, extend and apply to Vancouver
Island ; and, until it is othe wise provided by lawful authority, the Governor of
British Columbia shall have, in relation
to the territory for the time being under
his Government, all the powers und
authorities for the time being vested, in
relation to the United Kingdom iu the
Commissioners of Her Majesty's Treasury
or in the Commissioners of Customs, with
respect to tho appointment of warehousing ports, nnd the apptoval and appointment of warehouses or places of su-urity
in such ports, nnd everything consequent
thereon or relative thereto.
7. Nothing in tbis Act shall take away
or restrict tbo authority of tbe Governor
of British Columbia, with the advice und
consent of the Legislative Council thereof, to make laws fcr thc peace, order and
good government of British Columbia
•itber before or after the Union ; nor
■ball anything in tbis Act interfere with
the exercise of nny power that would
have been exereiseuble by Her Majesty
in Council if tins Act had not beeu passed.
8 Until the Union, British Columbia
shall comprise all sucb Territories within
the Dominions of Her Majesty as are
bonnded to tbe Sooth by tbe Territories
of the United Stntes of America, to the
West by the Pacific Ocean and the
Frontier of iho Kussian Territories in
North America, to the North by the
Sixiieth l'uriillel of North Laiitude, and
to the East from the Boundary of the
United States Northwards by the Rocky
Mountains, and the One Hundred nnd
Twentieth Meridiun of West Longitude,
and shall include Queen Charlotte's Island and all other Islands adjacent to tbe
said Territories, except Vancouver Islaud
and the Islands adjacent thereto.
9. After the Union British Columbia
shall include nil the Territories and Islands aforesaid, inclusive of Vancouver
Island and the Islands adjacent thereto.
The Acts described in the Schedule to
this Act are hereby rereal»d ; but this
Repeal shall not invalidate any Order in
Council or other Instrument issued under
the authority of those Acts or either of
them, or nny Act done or Right or Title
acquired by virtue of those Acts or of
either of them or of any such Order or
Instrument.
Schedule— Acts Repealed—An Act to
provide for tho Government of British
Columbia ; An Act to define the Boundaries of the Colony of British Columbia,
and to continue au Act to provide for the
Government of the said Colony.
Brass.—By laying a piece of charcoal
on a burn the pain subsides immediately.
£y leaving the charcoal on one hour the
wound is healed, as has been' demonstrated on several occasions. The remedy
is cheap and simple, and certainly de
serves a trial.
A cat exhitiiion is under consideration
in Loudon
A NlW AKD Geahd'Bpoch im MidicimI—
Dr. Maggiel ii ibe foundL. ol a new Medical
system. Tbe quantitariaus, whose vast internal doses eoteeble the stomach and paralyze
the bowels, must give precedence to the man
who restores health and appetite, with from
one to two of his extraordinary Pills, and
cores the moBt virulent sores with a box or so
ol his wonderful and all healing Salve. These
two great ipeciBci of the Doctors aro fast superseding all the stereotyped nostrums of the
day. Eitraordioary cures by Maggiel's Pilli
and Salve have opened the eyes of the public
to the inefficiency of tbe (so called) remedies
of others, and upon which people have so long
blindly depended. Maggiel's Pilli are no ol
tbe clan tbat are swallowed by the doien, and
of which every box full taken creates an ab-
lolute necessity for another. One or two of
Maggiel! Pills'suffices to place the bowels in
perfect order, tone the stomach, create an appetite, and render the spirits light and buoyant I There ii no griping, and no reaction io
ihe form of conitipation. If the liver is affected, its functions are restored ; and it the
nervom system is feeble, it is invigorated.
This lost quality makes tbe medicines very
desirable tor the wants of delicate females.
Ulceroui and erapiive direases are literally
extinguished by the disinfectant power of
Maggiel's Salve. Ia fact, it il sere innounced
tbat Maggiel's unions. IM-I"|illi
and Diarrhea Pills cure where all
othen fail. Wnile for Burns, Scalds, Chil
blnins, Cuts and all abrasions of (he skin
Maggiel'* Salve is infallible. Sold by
J. Maiiuiil, 11 Pine «trce', New York, and all
Druggists, at 25 cts. per box.
New Advertisements.
New Advertisements
Alhambra
BILLIARD SALOON,
CORKER COVERY1IEJT MD YATES STS.
mP-ST-AIRS.
Entrance on Yates
Street.
jv 3-lm
J. P. DAVIES & GO,,
avi'thiskkiis St commission  nkii
CHANT*,     halearooin,    Fireproof   Stone
Building, Wharf Street, near Yates.
J6J" Cash    Advances    on    Merchandise    for
Sale, -©a jy 2
WILLIAM   LYONS.
— AUD—
Commission      Agent,
On tbe Corner of
Wharf and Johnson Streets.
jy3-lm
CARRIAGE   PAINTING
IN ALL ITS BRANCHES,
Yates Street,
Between Deluge Engine House
and the International Hotel.
Work   solicited,   and
reasonable terms by
jy 11-lm
done   on   the most
W. M. KEOHAN.
RED LION HOTEL,
GOVERNMENT STREET.
riillE   ABOVE-NAMED    HOTEL   HAVING
X  been opeoed by
JOE    Bi^Eisr,
ne will be happy to  meet his  Iriends  on all
occasions, an    will furniih them with
tbe best of
Wine?s Liquors, Ale, Porter, &c.
and Cigars-
BOARD AND LODGING PKIl DAY $1.
JQr Bagatelle and Skittles.
Call and see the establishment.    JOE presides and keeps order. jy 10
ST.   LOUIS    COLLEGE
"WIXXi     KE-OPEN
On Monday. 6th August,
iy 6-1 in
Miscellaneous.
Miscellaneous.
ustotioe,
MARTIN    BROS.,
WPORTKBS OF
Groceries and Provisions,
FIREPROOF  BUILDING,
LATELY OCCUPIED BY L'HOTELIER k Co,
STREET.
jy 6
Sporborg  & Rueff,
COMMISSION   MERCHANTS,
Importers and Wholesale Dealers in
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS,
Boots and. Klioes,
Wbarf street, Victoria, V. 1. jy 2
WARM WEATHER!
ICE!   ICE!   ICE!
A   LUXURY   WITHIN THE  REACH   OF
all, supplied by
ALEX.    PHILLIPS,
FORT STREET,
To eay nothing about Ginger Beer, Lemonade,
or Soda Water with it.
A   Triumph    of    Science
THE  LIGHT   OF   TIIE   WORLD
DR. MAGGIEL'S
PILLS   & SALVE.
Thene Life-giving remedies nre now, for tlio fir t
tfrne, (T vou pub! dv to Hi" w r '1. For ovur aquaitr-r
cf a century of prhati- practice tkeingrcdicHts iu tbt Be
Life-Giving Pills
Unr* betn uned with the grentcBt piiccps*. Th'ir
miftaion i» n tony io crevuit ■ is %*»', i.ut to Lure
They *etrch OU' th' varions ntftlidici by \t taich tho
patient Ih suffering, and re.invigoiateu t e ;.M-.nr
syntem. T ■ Ihe atreei and infirm a lew doses of theso
valuable PILLS will prove to be
A YtRY FOUNTAIN OF YOUTH,
For In every caw t^iey add new life and vitality, and
' cut-in) the winhigmii/ifieH lo ihcir Nriitine auto. T>
tho )onnganl mi.ill* uged they will pr.no mast In-
valu ble, ii- a rev y, apeclllc and ateriimr mcdlciim.
litre ta a dream realized, thit P-'iiwude-Leon sough*
for tbree hundred years ago. and never fund, "e
looktd fora f untam that would restore the old to
vigor and make youth ever
An Eternal Npring;!
It waa left for (Ills diy and hour tn realize tho drenm,
and chow in one glorious fact the ma^lc that u.ade
ii fair.
THESE  FAMOUS  REMEDIES
Cannot st iv the filgbi nf years, but tbey can force l)ack,
tmf, hold ulinii, di-ciisL's hat ml ft) tin mpll over tne
ag d and the youu<;. Let ivne healUte tiien, but
■ <■>/■■■ the favorable opportunity that oilers. When Ukon
as prescribed—
For Blllious Disorders
Nothlnjrcan be mora product!ee of cur* than these
Pilli,—riieir fclmOlt m<glc inflience id felt at o OtiC)
and the u*ma) OufiO tuitanU uf thM ui-st dUireeaiiitf
disease ari removed. Thuue rttutdies are made from
the purest
VEGETABLE COMPOUNDS.
They will not harm the most delicate female, and
ca.ibe ci mi with 8<>od effect iu proscribed deaea to
the youngest babe.
For Cutaneous Disorders
Mrs.   Hein
KEEPS   CONSTANTLY Otf  HAND   THK
Uie.it fashions ill
 AT—
Prices to  Suit the Times,
GOVERNMENT    STR    T
Between Fort anil Brougliton. jy fi
HERMAN  SHULTZ,
His Well Known and Old Established
Stand
The Government st. Boot Store,
Has just received per steamer
A   FINE   ASSORTMENT   OP
Ladies' and   Children's   Shoes,
Wliicli I19 offers nt a very low price.
Miscellaneous.
NOTICE.
JT nAVINO BEEN CIKCCLATID'IH THE
Town that I, tbe undersigotA, bim mad*
a Deed or Assignment lor the bswefit of my
Creditor!, I beg most positively id assure my
fiiends and the public tbat tucb i» not tkt
Mas, orb it likely to be so, and I-am still
prtparad to execute all commissions, collect
rents, debts, ke., witb my usual promptness
and despatch.
PARIS CARTER,
Kent and Debt Collector, General Agent, St.,
Ho. 1 Fort St., Victoria V^4.,
jy-U* Opposite
aria v. i.,
' The mil.'
THEATRE
Photographic Gallery
(UP  STAIRS).
I
1fsg~ The way to keep cool.
jya
For Sale Ex Camden,
Bostctter, Boeker, and Angostura Bitten,
Oregon Oder In bbla. and tates,
Claret In ranks, half-casks and rases,
Sante. ne and California White Wine,
French Alcohol 00 O.P.,
Eug. t liquid, nnmra and Bollenger Cham.
Wat,
And In Store a fine assortment      Brand;
and Liquors tollable for  hi Trade.
Depot of Havana Cigars.
EUGENE THOMAS,
h * Yates street.
Chains and Anchors.
twenty; tons chain
Short LtDlted and proved from J to j
AND
ANOHOBS,
From 20 to 800 pounds.
For Sale by
. JETER M'QUADB,
1J H Wbarf street, Victoria.
And nil eru tt"iH of the skill, Mi* SALVE J* mo»t In-
valuable. It doua u t Ut.il externally aluu-', but pene-
trttf* wlih the mcMt btarolilug elfcoii to tha very loot
of the evil.
DR. MAGGIEL'S PILLS
Invariably cure the following Diseases :
Aithma,
BfWfl Complaints,
IConghn,
GuUlfl,
Cheat Dl-eueii,
CosiivtiDess,
Djfpepala,''
Diarrhea,
Dropsy,
Dtbility,
Fever and Agi •*,
Female Complaint*,
Headache,
Indication,
llifl-ii'i zi,
Inflammation,
Inward Wcakneftft,
Llrer Complaint,
Lowi.e-'sorSoirlU,
Ringworm,
Rheumatflin,
bait i.Vomn,
Scalds,
Skin Poetises.
W NOTICE.— Nonegenrine without the engraved
trade-mark nro'ind etch pot or box, signed by DR. J.
MAiiGIt-.I., 43 Fulton street; New York, to counterfeit
which is felony,
ifg- Sold by all respoctnble Dealers In Medicines
throughout th<!'United States and Canada— at 25 cents
per box or pot,
A. C. Langley & Co.,
Agents for Vancourer Island and British
Columbia.
hi
Receives by each steamer from  England and
Man   Francisco
BOOTS     <Sc    SHOES
FIXKST   AND  BUST QUALITY,
FRENCH   LEATHER,
—AND-
SHOE     FINDINGS,
At prices to correspond with the  times.
ti'*
HIS GALLERY, LONG AND FAYOK-
ulily knowD tu Victorians and tiroigari,
bas facilities in the way of light, materials,
ic, and the experience of tbe proprietor enables bim to furnish (Juries du Visile, Ambro-
types, and photographic work ot superior
anish unequalled by any other bouse in town,
and at is low ruicss as other kstaimih-
MKNiri charge for common and inferior
pictures—in fact at prices to suit the times.
Cartes de Visite, - - $5 per Dos-
Out door work attended to  at short notice,
and ou the most reasonable terms.
GEORGE   ROBINSON,
jy 0 Proprietor.
BRITISH    PERIODICALS.
The London Quarterly Review (Conservative).
The Edinburgh Review (Whig)
The "Westminster Review (Radical)
The North Eritish Review (Free Church)
— AND—
Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (Tory)
Tim fo.ir H<*Tiew8 re-puMiplicrl by Mpbts. ccott &
Co., ore Kcneral'y to ftldbrtd tu Ihfl Grout RerJeWf,
miii Ulirkwdt d hag heen j-istly rlactnl In the Mnifl
rank* Wtin*¥flf 'Maiiei-un Willi fcadiQi piahtioAtlon4 of
thfi ohvtg wh.it**ver mm bft bit ■•eii'irat iufbrtn^ttnn,
wMl iodn beult<)if«tli«r li«1iinri tho time In whieh he
lives—and in tlitiBe timrsa pt>ipon mny piioii get very
fnr bohinJ. Th«y m^>y be *vna find Btudied *ith ml-
vantd'je by thu people of thin cuuutry, ot" every creetl
aud party.
fcar DLACKWOOD ia unusually attractive nt thi I
tfma to Americans, not only t<r IU seri.I articles by
dirtlin?uUhed writers («r BOtloO, bill for the nre unt of
the lat« civil w r. now being written by C-l. Von
Borke, a He- man officer, chii-f. T-htaff  to Oeu. J. B. B.
Luart, of the Uonfi-derate army.
TERMS   FOR   1806.
For any one of the It«view* $1 per anuwm
Koran) two of tho Jlovtcwn  7 "
For sny three of the llevlews 10 *'
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Foa niar.kwo<>d'» M.i ;>,■ n-  4 "
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For ill i i.wiori mid any twu of tho Reviews 10 "
For PUckwo.id and three of tho HevleWH..13 u
For Blackwood and ihe four Reviews 15 "
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of fnur or more person*. Tnus, four c >piea of
Hlarkwrod.or ofon** i eview will Im Ment to one address or *12 60. Four copies of tho fuur He viows aud
Blackwood, for §48, aod su on.
POSTAGE.
When sent by mail, the Postage to sny part of the
1 nil' tl t tea wi 1 be ' ut twentj-four cents a yeur for
" ucKwoon," aud but eight cents a year for each of
the Reviews.
Reduced Prices for previous years-
Suhoeribprs may obt»in ihe Rcpi'lnt* immeolately
preceding J8C6, as foll-ws, via.:
Blackwood from S*-ptem er. 18^4. to Deaember, 1865
inchiBive, at the rate of $2 GO a year.
Tho North British from Xmunry, 1883, to TVrembor.
V-6A, iiiRltiRive; the Hdinburyh -nd the Westminster in m
*p il. 18C4, to Uecetnier, 166>, inelu.ive, und the
London Quarterly lor the ye«r 18t5, at the rate of fl 50
a year ior each or any   evi-w.
flS" A few copies yet renviln ofaK the four Reviews
for j803 itt $4 a set, or il &0 for any one.
LEONARD
Publishers.
SCOTT   &   CO.,
38  Walker Street. JV.
r.
L, B. & Oo.) also publish the
FARMER'S GTJIIDB
By Hknut STn'nBNS. nf Edinburgh, find tlie liue J. P.
N'obtiis, of Y„lc i ciIIcrc, 2 mli. RojaiOclavo. il!00
p.iKei,nnd numeiom  Ellgravin^8•■
Price $7 for the  two volume—by Mail, polt  paid,
$8 00. "°   j^jj
TUE  ONE THING   WANTED.
HOLLOWAY'S PILLS.
The Blood.
Tbese famous pills are so composed tha
they operate wholesomely on the stomach, the
liver, Ibe bowels, and other organs; by correcting any dernngemepti in their functions,
whereby a steady supply of pure materials tor
the renewal ol the lllood is Inrnished, and a
constant abstraciiou of effete products is effected. This perfect circulation thus becomes
the very fountain of health and life, and ovet-
COtntl ull form of disease wherever its situation.
General Dlgordcrg of Ihe Liver
iiini Stomach.
All who ever indulge a' '.able, either ia eat-
'ng or drinking, should take about ten of lliei-
funious pills at bed time, from which willree
suit a Blear head and good stomach the foil »w-
lug morning. Tbousiinds of Ladies are always complaining of sick headachei, want o
appetite, want of energ>, and want of strength,
to collect nil these evils, three or four ol these
1'ilU should be taken twioe a week, when they
would give the invalid .ne health anil appetit.
of a ploughman.
Females of all Ages and Ciaaaeft
Obstructions of any kind, either in jotng
or thoBe between forty and fifty—th*" most trit-
icul pciind of life—may be radically remo. -4
hy using these Pills according to the printed
diiTclions which accompany each box. Young
persons wilh sickly and sallow complexions
Hiuy have the bloom of health restored by thi:
rnrrective, wLicb puriKes thc blood and expels ull gross and impure humors from thesys-
tem. Beware tlica of the critical age Iron
forty to fifty, as it sends many thousands lo
premature grave,—these Pills should be taket
it thut period of lile two or three tin.es »
\eek
H'itiil   of Strength and lEnergy.
Persons of sedentary habits, or those troubled in mind, working in Factories or Coal
Pits, who cannot obtnin that amount ot fresh
nir and exercise which nature requires, suffer
from weakness aud delility, lowt>ess of spiri.i
und want of appetite. All such should take i
lose or two ot these Fills every three or foni
days, ns they act gently and effectually on the
system and impart vigor and energy to the
body, which is always followed by a good
appetite, sound nnd refreshing sleep, and »
high flow of spirits.
For the Cure of Dropsy.
The cfiiency of Holloway's Pills In Dropsy
is extraordinary. They act witb such a peculiar elfec' upon the system, that the fluid'
causing thij direful complaint, nre perceptibl
jsrrled off and prevented from any lurtbei
accumulation. The sufferer regains a buoy,
ancy of spirits and rejoices in a completely
renovated destitution. It Is indispensably
necessary that the Ointment should he most
effectually rubbed into the complaining part*
during the whole course of treatment.
Children and their Allmeatc.
In no country in the world are more children
carried to an early grave than in Great Britain.
Coughs, Measles, Scarlatina, Fevers, and olber
diseases attack the little sufferers, apd death,
but too often, follows at a rapid pace; ret if
at the first stage ol these complaints, parent,
were to have recourse to Holloway's Pills, all
danger would be avoided, for the stomach
and bowels would oe gently bat effectually
cleansed by (his mild aperient; the depruved
nuniors correctea ana tne secretions duiy regulated. A perfect cure would #oon be effected, and the i'ttle patient restored to soun'
health..
Holloway' Pi. r ve the best known remedy la thi
world fiv the following diseases:
Fold at the VRUbllshment of Proresaor Holloway, Wlj
sir;ind, (near Tenude Bar,) I. nilon ; alan by al) reipect
able Drugnrls's and Dealer* tn We icinea throughout lh»
olvlllzod world, at the following pdces— le. l_jjf., 6, W.,
Ik. (id. Hi., 22a., and 33v. eacb box.
ague
Anthma..
Billious Complalntr
the
Female Irregular-
tile!
Fever of all kind.
Flta
(lout
Head Actio
Indlgextioe
Inflammation
Jnuudice
I.iver Complaints
Lumbago
Piles
Rheumatlam
Rotenliou ef Urino
Blotches
Fkin
Bowel complaints
Colic.
Constipation of tbe
Bowda
Consumi tlon
Debility
Drop.y'
Dyientry
Erysipelas
*,«   There is
irger dlzoe.
Directum* for tlie guldr.noe of patients ia
der aro alllxed to each box.
Scrofu'aorKlaf I
Evil
■'ere Throats
Stone and Grava
Secondary Symptoms
Tic-Doloreiix
Tumon
Ulcers
Venereal •%***
tlon.
Worms   ef a
kind.
Weakness     from
whatever causa
considerable  saviug by taking tha
ttsei
Printed and Published by McClcri k Oo.,a'
the office, Langley Street.

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