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VOL. I.
VICTORIA,   VANCOUVER   ISLAND,   '1UESDAY   EVENING,   OCTOBER   9    18H6
NO. 85.
TUB
"EVENING TELEGRAPH,"
nmKnii
Everv   Evening at  4   O'Clock,
(Saturday and Sunday evenings excepted.)
1LSO IVIKT
SUNDAY    MORNING !
TERMS OV  SUBSCRIPTION I
t>r Annum, In advenee, by mail, ,$10 00
For six   mouths, i-" »    6 00
ier W"«k, payalMtn tfcrritr, ,      21
tngl*>Lu\ les /...,        J0
For terms of Advertisement apply at the
 Office, ten ;ley Street
HERMAN   SHULTZ,
—AI—
His Well Known and Old Established
Stand
The Government st. Boot Store,
lias just received  per steamer
A   FIXE   ASSORTMENT   OP
Ladies' and   Children's   Shoes,
Which he offers ut a very low price.
Receives by each steamer from  England and
San  Francisco
BOOTS     Sc    SHOES
or nut
FINEST   AND  BEST QUALITY,
FRENCH   LEATHER,
SHOE     FINDINGS,
At prices to correspond with the times.
te 12
NOTICE .
ILL PERSONS HAVING 0LAJJIH
.A against the undersigned aro requested to
present ihetn within 30 days Irom dale.
All persons indebted to tli" undersigned nre
requested (0 settle tlieir accounts within 80
days euher by note or otherwise, or they will
be given lo my Attorney for collection, as I
intend to leave for Europe
se 16-lm J. W. KEYSER.
FOR     SALE
TWO GROVE R& BAKER SEWING
MACHINES, for heavy work; ono
Singer's Machine, No. 2, for fine and heavy
work.
All the goods pertaining to the business,
including cotton goods, ticking, pulu, and
other goods too numerous-ton mention.
Tho above will be sold for less than cost
within 30 days.
Terms—Cash or approved Notes.
—A.LSO-
The eatire slock of Crockery, Hardware,
Furniture, Fancy Goods, ic,, on tho same
terms ne above.
All goads unsold after 30 days will bo sold
at auction.
ee 16-lm J. W.  KEYSER.
TJJSTI VEPtSITY
—or—
WASHINGTON TERRITORY
r|iHIS INSTITUTION WILL REOPEN ON
X the 17th inst. Pupils of both sexes received, who will be expected to lurnish their
own rooms, which are provided in separate
buildings, free of charge.
The   Expense   ol   Boarding   and  Tuition,
wiihout incidentals, will  not exceed $30 per
quarter of 11 weeks, payable in advance.
For further information address
REV. GEO. F. VVHITWORTH,
President.
Seattle, W. T., Sept. 1st, 1866. se 11
LIST OF ARRIVALS
At the Mount Ararat Hotel during the months
of June, July, and August, 1866.
June—His Excellency Governor Kennedy, Mr
William A G Young, Mr. Beuj W
Pearse.
July—Messrs Jas Wilcox, F Dupray, Jas Reed
Macadam, John Dand, Louis Philpot,
F W Alwood, J R Ford, E S Hatch, Sir
Jas Douglas, O Fraser, E S Whitiing-
ham.
August—H E Seelye, W E Stronach, J
Robenson Stewart, Thos Lstt .Stal-
schinid , Robt Burnaby; John Nicho1-
son, JI tt Titus, F W Green, Benj W
Pearse, Acting Surveyor General, R
Homl'riiy, H O Tiedematin ; James Mc-
Cutchan; Wm D-nny, Wm Wilson,
Joseph Hilton, R D aid J; Kenneth \lc-
Keniie, Jr, Wm B McKensie, David B
Blair, Ubas Redfern, Chse Kent.
n t Im
New Advertisements.
LINCOLN   HOUSE!
Cor. Washington and Front sts,
PORTLAND, OEEGON.
IV. C. MATTHIEH'SE.Y,
Of  tbe  St.   Nicholas   Hotel,   Victoria,
HAVING TAKEN" THE ABOVE HOUSE,
wishes to announce to tbe public that he
is BOW piepared to accomodate guests in a
satisfactory munn-r. Nothing will be left undone, which is in the power of the proprietor
to do, to render guests comfortable.
.    Portland, August 24th, 1866 ee 14
123.2'.
EVENING TELEGRAPH
Mittcellaaeons.
NOUVEAUTES
de  L'autom.ne  et D'hiver.
J. H. TURNER ET CIE.,
Ont l'honueur d'informer leurs
amies et lo public quil viennes de
recevnir un rtssortiment do Nuuve-
lutes de Medea doa Meilleurs Muis-
ous de Paris,
MAISOX  DE LOXDItES.
Scpterabre, 1800. se23
TIIE GREAT   REMEDY   OF  THE
AGK.
HOLLOWAY'S OINTMENT.
The   effect   ot   (he   Ointment   on    the
Hystein
To the T'-ry co o find ren're of al] dia a?es
which affect tlie human body, this remarkable
pftparftliOQ penetrates. U disappears uHer
the friction of the hands, aa salt disappears
when rubbed u,ion meat. The unguent perform!'its healing errand rapidly, safely, aad
without pain. Simple eruptions, open sores
hard tumors, BCrOfUioai developments of all
kinds, ahcesses, cancers, old wounes. and, in
fact, every species of inflammation and suppuration, whether in -tbe akin, tbe flesh, the
glandl, or among the muscles, can be arrest«b
in ita destructive course, and permanently
cured wittJuut dnngor by rubbing in this inestimable Ointment.
Bad    Logs,  Bad   fin nuts,     Sorei.   anil
fleet*.
In many Hospitals in Europe this celebrated
remedy is now used for the cure of old wounds.
Sores, and ulcers ; fn Spain and Portugal, nnd
in many parts of Italy, the first Physicians ro-
rcgul.irly prescribe its use. It is a Bovt.eigr
remedy for bud breasts and bad legs; and like*
wise for nil skin diseases. It is to be found in
the chest of nearly every sailor, soldier, anv
emigrant.
IinpriKlcnnlcs   of   Ynutlr; —Sore*   and
Ulcer*.
The ahove class o*' complnintfl ia surely re-
ooved by nightly fomenting the parts witt
, iMt water, and then by most effectunlly rub
oing in this Ointment. Persons su fitting fron
ihese direful complaint! should lose not a mo
nienl in arresting their progress. It should bi
a* derstood tbat it is not sufficient merely to
smear the Ointment on the affected parts, bu)
it must be well rubbed in for some considerable
time tw • or three times a day, that it may bo
taken into the system, whence it will remov.
only hidden sore or would as effectually ft.
though it were palpable to the eye. Urcad and
water poultices, alter the rubbing in o) tt
Ointment, wid do great service. This is tb*
only proper treatment for females in OMM ci
cancer i:i the stomach, or for those who lUfilf
from a general bearing don n.
Plies, FUtnlaft, Ntrfetnrtft.
Blotches, analso swellings, cun with certain);!
be radically cured if the Ointment, be usee"
freely, and the Pills be taken night and mom.
ing as recommended in the printed inst nil tiions
When treated In any otherway these complaint,
inly dry up in one place io break out in an*
ithnr; whereas this Ointment will remove th*
manor from the system, and leave the patien
i vigorous aud healthy being. It will requiri
.ime, aided by tiie use of tne Pills, to ensure
aBting cure.
DlptherJa,   Brorxhltli,   Bote   Throats,
Any of the above class of diseases may be
-ured by well rubbing the Ointment three
„imca a day upon the skin covering the throat,
chest, and neck ot the patient. The unguent
will soon penetrate tbe pores and give immediate relief. To allay the fever and lessen tin
InflRtnatldn, eight or ten Pills should be taken
night and morning. The Ointment will pio-
duce perspiration, which is so essential for
remo-ing fevers, sore throats, and those op-
cessions of the chest which arise from
ABthna, Bronchitis, and other causes.
Both the  Ointment and   i'ills   should
iiu  used   in thu  following  Casei i
GENERAL
Job   Printing
ESTABLISHMENT
Langley Street, Victoria,
The  Printing    Office
or THS
EVENING
TELEGRAPH
Office is replete with every applia nee
and variety of Material for tho
Execution of
LETTER PRESS   PSINTINd!
Iu all its branches, whether
Plain or Ornamental
RED LION HOTEL,
GOVERNMENT BTEEET.
FOR     SALE,
frft
'THE   ABOVE-NAMED   HOTEL   HAVING
1   I., en opeued bv
JOE      EDE3ST,
He will be  h*ppy io  meet bis  friends  on all
occasion!, an    wi 1 furnish tbem with
lh» best of
) Winer, Liquors, A'c, Porter, &c-.
and Cigars.
HOARD AXD LODGING PEH DAY $1.
t£B* Bapiitelle earl Ski't'e".
Cull and see thn establishment.     JOE presides and keeps order. se 111
4   GOO^ MARE (IN FOAL), WITH TEaK-
A.   ling colt   by   her   side.    Will work in
•ingle or double harness.
Apply a', the
Office of the Evening Telegraph,
LANGLEY  STREET. le »
For Sale Ex Camden,
rUin OFFICE AIMS at securing
suet apeedj Exooutton of orders ns is
consistent wilh correct aud elegant Workmanship.
Orders received for Printing
Rooks, Business Cards,
Pamphlets Invoices,,
Catalogues Bill Heads,
Sermons, Trade Forms,
Reports Circulars, (Plain
Rentals, Coloured,)
Leases, Hand   Bills. (Plain oi
Law Forms of every Coloured,)
description,
For Prices,   apply   at the  Office
Langley street,
ilart l.*itn
K I'I  lli'CI -tl
Bttrat
Bunion*
Bill-i>l \]o,cli. I'M
anil Saud-Fliei
oco-bay
lno3t.-fe>ot
Jhilblnlitu
hupi't-d Hands
'orn« (Cirns)
Cancers
C atfuted
Sti -' .loini*
ileplmntiaiia
KinlulM
(i'llt
illanlnlar    Swell
llnp«
I. innsgn.
I'ilw
Kh.'nmatium
Itealitu
Ic
and 8'iie Nlpplca
r« Tlirnut
Skin dtwai'
inrvy
ire hendt
Cimor.
Utcer.
Wound.
Yaw.
Sold at I e Estihli«hmi.|it ol PitoFBMOR Hotlowa
.'14, -tr.ud, rear Tcm|il' Bai), Lund.in ; also by a
e^iectablr Ortlifalsla t-nrt Pullers In Mc.liclti.'s Ihroupli
nit ti.e civilized worid, at tlie follmvinK price., la. Had
i M, is 6d.. lis., X9., ami 83s., each Pot.
... Tnare ■ a considerable saving by'-aking- tho Iarfcti
lie*.
KB,—n^*»t(oni for tha fipldanoa of Pa;_Ur.tB !n erst
ilier-Je. art affixed te each Pot.
General News Agent
J. Stratman.
EMPIRE NEWS DEPOT
| Cor. Washington A Sansome sts.
Han. Francisco.
THR ADYl.UTlSERis prepared to supply
willi punctuality and celerity the annexed
newspapers and periodicals upon the following
terms All orders, to receive immediate attention, must he accompanied by cash reniitiancf,
and handed in previous to the 4th, 14th, und
24th of each month.
London Daily Timo* $14 iVi
11       Tht Field ,  MOO
"       IllintraU-d Tirops  7 00
'*       WeekPjTtmM        7 00
**       Bel!'i Life in London 14 00
I      Weekly Dispatch 14 00
41       III. Newiortlie Wuikl 1400
•'       Public Opinion  "00
*       Index  (Freulradf) H *K)
"       111.   Bportlnf New«  t* 00
"       Spectator 1-100
ti       Rf-it-w   14 00
"       Salurdav Hcvi"w 14 CO
Dabl*^ N»tmn..».  . isoo
Londu,i Illustrated News ..14 00
Atlarr'c  Monthl"   3 0n
B1ac)[wond'ii Magazine 3 oo
B*rp«r*N Mrtijazine „, 3 00
Sixpennv Maguine B Wl
Knickerbocker , X<>
Pacific V MitMj **•• .101*
GodevM^dittsBoi-k 3 IM)
Muii'ciil Hon .H 00
Continental Majcaiine ., U 00
Madam Pemnrest's     QntblV it 00
F. I-ealic^ new Family Maffaxine 3 00
ChaTnberK1 Edfnbntg''   «urnal 4 00
Monthly   paper*, once a   Week 5 00
•' "       All tlie Tear Round 6 00
Thiekerar'B CornhillMa^aiine »10C
London   Lancet. 6 00
3. A   Sala'fT-'iuploBar R Of>
London Society  Wn^aiuic li bd
fct, James Mauaxine tf 00
Edinburgh Review 10 00
London   Review ,. 10 Oft
North Brili^hHev'ew 10 00
^CBtmin^Kr Review looo
l-nndcc Art J^arpal ;.:,.'/
Kialrjdi  Sm*'::ict iiit.. 10 00
AYER'S
CHERRY
PECTORAL,
POR THB RAPID CUP.H OF
Colds Couglis,  and
I Ion rse u ess.
BiUMnrtB, M«S„ 20th Dec, 1865.
Db. J.0.ATBR1 I'l-'iiotliesittttetuwy
tho best remedy I have ever found for
CoughH, KoarMQaM, Intluonza, and tha
concomitant lymptomi of a Cold, ti your
Ciiebrt Pecto:;\l. Its con»ta»t uso in
my practice and my family for thi last
ten yearn ho* shown it to posuww mp»-.
rior virtues for tlio treatment of thoBft
complaints.    1BBN KNIUHT, M.D.
A. II. MORTLEV, E»y., of Utica. N. Y., wrltea: " I bar*
tiwd yonr PMT01UI myself and in my fumfly erer olnoa
you invented ft. and believe it tho l»ut tut-iicirm for ita
purpose ever put out. With a had cold I should aoouw
pay twenty-five dollars for a bottle tbau do without It, ot
tak" any other remedy."
Croup, Whooping Cough, Influenza*
81'Ri.fOFiELD, Miss., Feb. 7,1866.
Brothke Ater: I will cheerfully certify your Pkctoeal
ll tho best remedy wo pos«<tss for the cure of Wlioopina
Cough, Coup, and the chest diseaies of children. We of
your fraternity in the South appreciate your skill, and
commend your medicine to onr people.
HIRAM CONKLIN, M. D.
AMOS LEE. Esq., Mottbret. Ia., writes, 3d Jan., 1856:
"I had a tedloua Influenza, which confined me fn doors
•lx weeks; took many medicines without rellof; finally
tried your Pectoral Ly the advice of our clergyman
The first dose relieved the soreness in my throat and
lungs; less than ono half the bottl* made me completely
well. Your medicines are tho cheapest as well as the best
we can buy. and wo esteem you, Doctor, aud your remedies, as the poor nmn> frieud."
Asthma or l'hthmc, nnd Bronchitis*
Vfr.tr MANvur.aTER, Pa., Feb. 4,1856.
Sir: Yonr Cherry1 PmVOUL is performing marvellous
cures in this MCttoni It has relieved several frum alarming symptoms nf consumption, aud is now curing a man
who lias labored under au affection of the lungs for the
lam forty years. HENRY I.. PAHKH, Merchant.
A. A. RAMSEY, M.D., Albion, Movnoi Co., Iowa,
writes, Sept. 0,1^.if>: •• During mypractice of many years
I have found nothing equal to your ('iiERitr Pectoral for
giving ease and relief to consumptive patfonts, or curing
such as uro curable."
Wo might add vulumes of evidence, bnt the most con-
rlnclng proof nf tho virtues of this remedy ia found Id Ita
eribcts upon trial,
Consumption.
Probably no one rtntdy Ml ever been known which
cured so many and such dangerous cases as this. Some
no human aid can roach; but even to those the Cherrt
PlCTORAL afTords rolinf and comfort.
Ahtor Hoi «e, New YoKt CltT, March 6.1*56
Poctor Avir. lstrwtu.1 1 fee] it a duty and a pleasure
to inform you what yonr CnsRRT PlOfOBAl bas done for
aiy wifi!. She hud been five months laboring rnder tho
dangerous symptoms of fVmiuir.pti'in, from which no aid
wo could proenre cave her uiurh relief. Bbe was nttidfl£
failing, until Dr. ?trong. of this city, where we have como
for advW, recommended a trial of your medicine. We
blo^s hltkindoese, as wo do your skill, ftrt sbe bas rerov-
ered from tbat day. She Is not >>t ai strong u.i die used
to be. but is free from her cough, and calls krrself well.
Yours with gratitude anl regurd,
ORLANDO BHKtBv, or Snzi.Rmtu.
Obfiiwnjl^w, do not despair till you have triad Atef'b
Chirrt Pectoral. It is made by one of tho best medical
chemists in the world, and its curd all around us bespeak
the high merits of its virtues. — J'ltiluddphia Lr.dger.
Ayer's Cathartic Pills,
THE scienre* of Chemistry nnd  HfdfalM bm t'esr,
taxed their utnm-i i    | bast, malt ptfAot
purgative whiih in known to man. Iiiiiiinti"aVle proofs
are shown tbat then Pmj fam ffltnei whiih luiyass in
excellence the ordinary meln ini». and tliat fVy win un-
precedentedly upon the BrtMn Of ill men. Tliey art- safe
and pleasant to tul.-. hxA powerful to cure. Tb-ir paafr-
trating propM-tirs stlmnlata the rltal aotti Itias pf the bod/,
remove tho obstructions of ir* oririns. iMnr'y the blo-xl,
and expel dlseaJte. Th^y purge nut the foul humor* which
breed and grow tUstan^WT, ttinnilati' slngni-h or disordered organs Into QwlT natural action, and Impart healthy
tone with strength tO the whole system. Not only do
thoy euro tho ovcry-dav rmnplainte of every body, but
alio formidable and dancriHiH diSSMSI that have baffled
tlio best of human skill.   While they ptoduoa powerful
•Beets, they are at the same time, in diminixh'-d dom,thf
safest and best physic that can lie employed for children.
Being sugar-coated, th.y are pleasant to uke; and being
purely vegetable, are free fiom any risk of barm. Cures
havo been made which surpass belief were they not substantiated by men of such exalted position and character
as to forbid thc suspicion of untruth. Many eminent
clergymen and physicians have lent their names to certify to tho public tho reliability of my remedies, while others have iient me the assurance of their conviction that
my PrejKjrations contribute Immensely to the roliof of my
afflicted, Buttering lelluw-men.
Tho Agent below named is pleased to furnish gratis my
American Almanac, contain ing direct inns for their use aud
Mrtitirates of tin ir euro.-, of thf following complaints: —
Costiveness. Rilious Complaints, llhcnmatism. Dropsy,
Dtartbnrn, Headache arising from a fonl Stomach, Nausea. Indigestion, Morbid Inaction ofthe Bowels and Pain
arising therefrom, Plfttuli m etil . all Ulcer*
oiis and Cutaneous Diseases which H irari an ovacnant
Medicine, Sarofhla or King's Bril. Hiey also, by purifying the blood and  stimulating  the  system, cure nmny
complaint.' which it would nol be snp^OM they could
reach, such as Doafhess, Partial Blindness, Neuralgia and
Nervous Irritability, Dftrftngetsentfl of the Uver and Kidneys, Gout, and other kimiicd complaints arising from a
low state ofthe itody or obstruction of its functions.
Do not bo pot off by unprincipled dealers ■with somo
other pill they make more profit on. Ask for Ater'3
Pills, and take nothing else. Nn other they can give
yon compares witb this Id its intrinsic value or curative
powers. The sick want the beet aid thera is for thorn,
and they should have It.
Prepared by Dr. J. fc, AVER,
frtctical and Analytical Chemist, Lowell, Mas*
**«w 25 Crs. per BOE   Fitk Boxes roR $1.
BSOORS St, Co., Victoria,
AND ALL DRUGGISTS.
M-18
IIch'.i tier, Botkcr, aud hopot-tora Bftlen.
Orrpvn rider lo bbls. aad caiti,
Clan i In cask,, balf-caiks and caitt,
Sauternt and f nlirornla Wblte Vtaa,
French tlcobol 90 O.P.,
Ed;. Cllqnot, Huram ami  Collcnger Cham-
pepoe,
lod In  nwt an  n-vonmrnt of Srandf
and I Ii;ui.r> (Ullable for tbe frade.
t&- Depot of Havana Cigars.
so. 6
EUGENE THOMAS,
Vali'S ttreet.
Belief  for  the   Afflicted.
THE INTRODUCTION OF
Perry     Davis*
Vegetable Pain Killer
To tlie Suffering Humanity of this Ago
lias relieved more pii", nml caused more
reul joy than any other one tiling that can
tie mimed.
it is AN
Invaluable   Remedy.
0:ir first PlivrriciflDS use It,  and recommea
its   use;   tlie   Apothecary finrls   it   lirst
among the mcdi'ines called for, and
the wholesale Drugr-ist coitsld^ra
it a  leading article  of hia
trade.     All the dealers
in medicin*. ipeak
alike  in ils fn-
vorjund ils
reputation as a medicine of great
merit nnd virtue is fully and permanently  established, and it is the groat
Family Medicirc   of  the Age.
Every Volunteer sboiiM have n bottle, in can
of sudden attacks of Disease.
Taken Internally, cures
Sudden Colds, Coughs, <kc,
Weak Stomscli,
General Debility,
Nursing Sore Month, Canker,
Liver Complaint.
Dyspepsia or Indication,
Cramp and pain in tbe Stomach,
Bowel Complaint,
Painters' C i e,
Asialie Cholera,
Diaihifij anil Dysentery.
Taken externally cures
Felons, Boils, and Oid Sores,
Severe Burns and Scalds,
Cuts, Bruises and Sprains,
Bwelliug of tbe Joints,
Ringworm and Tetter,
Broken Breasts,
Frosted Feet and Cbilblaiaa)
Toothache,
Pain in the Faee,
Neuralgia und Rheumatism.
2?J±T1X   KILLER,
Taken Internally, should he ndclterateil
wiili milk or water, und sweetened with
sugar, if desired, or made into b »yrup
with molasses. For a COUGH "aud .
Bronchitis, a few drops on f-ugar, eaten,
will lie mure effectiv than anything else.
For SOKE THROAT, gargle the throai.
with a mixture of Pain Killer and water,
and the relief is immediate und cure positive.
KISS" It shonld not be forgotten that
the Fain Killer is equally as cood to
take internally as to use externally.
Each bottle is wrapped wilb nil directions for its use.
Prices 25 cents, 50 cents k s. per bcttla. sm.i'i ■
(Sharing   <£cltgr;ipb.
TCESDAY   EVENING,   OCTOBER   'J, 1860.
Our Future I.<fflMinture.
The charncter of the men who are
abont to take charge of the government
of the united colony of Vancouver Island
aod British Columbia is a matter of serious speculation just now. The head anl
front of the oligarchy is Governor Seymour, a man so childish, that because the
people ol Victoria did not feast him and
tike oil their huts every time he came
threading his way through our intricate
harbor in bis steam yacht (royalty's representative must of course ape royally];
and   becauso   tho   Victoria   newspapers
ciiy, it would not alter tilings one iota ■
tbe flunkey proportion would still be
maintain! d. And then the great question
of tbe capital, although for our part we
ihink it u most insit'iiifnant one, who
fancies for a moment it will be anywhere
I ut where Govern t Seymour says ?
Aud is His Excellency going to stultify
himself in the eyes nf iho Coloniul
Officii by mnkiiiK bis capital in the
very town whoso harbor is not wide
enough or deep enough, according to his
despatch, to admit the Leviathan ? Hns
ho carried ont his own, Colonel Moody's
and other gentlemen's schemes to increase
the vulue of properly in New Wosimiii-
ster only to undo what he lias done, to
d"ceive his friend", expose himself, aud
make his abode among a people whom he
has  belied, ai.d who cannot therefore be
New A'ivri'tist'iiii'iits
REMOVAL.
were  insolent   enough   to   criticise   hi
heaven-born   statesmanship, was   deter-   supposed  to entertain for Lira any very
mined  to wreak  his vengeance  on the
DIt. BAKNARD HAS REMOVED
his Ulli.-e tu Donglai itr« t. Iii ll
bouse on the right tide, louth of
Fort stieet. Dr. t. li coorarsaa! with -di
the modern Dentnl improvements, Md U •
none but thc best materials in his prol
Teeth mounted on Gold Plate or tin Vol-
eanite Base iu the ueaieat uud mosl a tUllc
Banner.
1 bloroform   administered   nnd    Teeth   ''<-
tracied wnlmm pun     Advice reodtftd gratis.
Office hours from 0 it. in. to j p. m.
Victori;., OctoLcr o'.li, IMS. oc H-lin
people of iho island, even if he had to
deport from the path of truthfulness.
Thanks to the supreme contempt which
those intellectual and putiiolic giants of
the English Colonial Office have for the
British colonist, the word of Seymour
stood against tbe colony, and we were
obliterated. It is to this man, guided by
so erratic a mind, moved by snch ungenerous and pueiilo impulses, wc are to look
for a policy to slay the present exodus
and to allure an immigration to our
shores I And who are to be his assistants
in this great project? Thirteen salaried
■ officials, who ure as destitute of legislative ability as they are of colonial experience—who have about as much idea of
the wants of a new country as u Flathead
Indian has of astronomy—and whose
great aim is to put their hand as deep
into the public pocket as it can go, and to
perform as little other labor as ;hey possibly can. They are the very essence oi
that "haw-haw" class which Punch has
so immortalized, and which form the ludicrous side of English national character.
Give them a pair of kid gloves, a little
brandy aud a few cigars, and they will
while away the tediousness of their len
to four office hours, with the ah' of martyrs. Talk to them about Ashing, yon
know, and shooting, you know, and they
will grow " H" less eloquent; but bore
them with business, bring their enlarged
minds down to the transactions of ordinary public affairs, and they will show
yon by their grimaces and their actions,
that the people were made for them, you
know, not they for tho people.
Does any reasonnblo man expect wisdom from such a quarter as this 1 Does
ho expect thut liheral und enlightened
measures, if ihey be brought forward by
tho people's representatives, will meei
with official support ? Wc hove had a
sample of official liberality and intelligence
already in the Legislative Councils of
both colonies—we huve seeu how similar
wero the instincts which guided toil)
bodies—how tlieir selfishness wns only
equalled by theii narrow-mindedness, and
how the great aim was to thwart public
opinion rather than support it. Can the
leopard change his spots? Can these
men become in the twinkling of an eye
edacious men, prudent men, liberal men '
Snrely reason is against the hypothesis.
And what have we to hope for ? Are the
nine or ten popular members by a new
process of legerdemain to outvote the
majority; or are thu officials desirous of
■o reconstituting thc Cornell that the
people will be tlieir masters, not they the
people's ?—that their salaries and positions
will cease to be under their own or the Governor's control ? This would certainly
be a phase in the official character as
novel us it would be refreshing. We are
afraid, however, that thoso who depend
on so extraordinary a phenomenon will
be disappointed, end that the constitution
of tbo united colony will long remain in
its repulsive form.
Let us direct our attention to even the
popnlor element, and what do we expect
frcm it ?     Does not past experience  iu
the British  Colombian Council teach  us
that it is next to impossible to get independence in an  officiul chamber?    How
many of   the  elected members  will  be
found bold enough to  advocate measures
for the public welfare, if those  measures
as they are most likely to do, trench upoi
the powers or emoluments of ihe officials
We are  afruid ihey  will  be very  few.
The  official  influence  over  the  popular
members will be greater than the  influence of thc  consliluencies, and we arc
qnite prepared lo see a majority of the
members elected throw themselvtg on the
tide of the Executive.   If all the rcpre-
etntativH   were   taken    from   Victoria
t
trre.it respect. It is evident ei.ough that
Governor Seymour is not a philosopher,
but wc can scarcely imagine a man who
has shown so much method In his antipathy to this place and in his friendship for
Sew Westminster, reversing his whole
policy, turning suddenly round, and laying
his ill-gotten trophies, for which he has
fought so strenuously, al the feet of *,he
hated, the despised, and the vanquished.
A large proportion of the children of
the working classes in England now being
christened are named 'Gladstone.'
New Advertisements.
3STOTIOE.
WHEREAS J. MimiEE. OF TAtiB,
merchant, did on the 10th inst. forward
to me lor acceptance, a book account of
sixty-four dollars and twelve cents, by Uar-
nanis express; nnd whereas I. the undersigned W. H. Boolhroyd, accepted the same
a the said 10th of Sept. Just., nnd whereat
n tbe dny following, to wit the llth day
of Sept. inst., and during my absence from
the housi, another order for thc same book
account debt of sixty-four dollars end twelve
cents was presented to my brother George, by
one Sulro, and whereas my brother George
id accept for said Sutro, for said amount,
payable the 151b Nov. next, now I tho undersigned do hereby notify tho holder of said
promis-ory no'c, so made by my brother
George, (he being at the lime ho made it
ignorant of the fact that I settled thc same up
the day previous) that it has been obtained
fraudulently from htm, my said brother
George, and that it will not be houorod' or recognized by us.
W. H. BOOTHROVD k CO.,
Sept. '24, 18GU. Forest House, B. C.
ALICE   BROWN'S
FANCY   TWIST
SMOKING TOBACCO
JUST RECEIVED AT
A..   F.   KEYSER'S,
Together with some fine
HAVANA. CIGARS DISJECT.
Also on hand
Wine Sap, Peach, Apricot, Mary's Own,
Light Fiessed, Natural Leaf, Bufl'ilo
Tongue, and Atlantic Cable
Tobacco-
JUST RECEIVED  PER  HARK  RIVAL
A Fine Assortment of
Meerschaum   Pipes.
Call and examine.
oc 5-ltn
JSTOTIOE,
A   Card.
O.V BOARD THE JOSIE HO'NBAB, OCT.
8, 1866 We, the undersigned passengers on board the Josie McN'ear, have -inceie
pleasure in expres-ing our nppreciailon ..I
thc gentlemanly conduct of t Vpt. Winsor and
the Hirers of the boat, and of their end. a-
tours io promote t'e comfort and happiness
of all on board, in which endeavours they are
adrairai'ly successful. Tbe boat ncci.innioda-
tions fnr passengers are all that could be de-
-ired, mid under the skilful superintendence
ol a good steward the tab'e is bountifully
supplied nilh excellc t viands.
Wo cheerfully commend Capt. Winsor and
his boat to the patronage of the travelling
public.
I' A Montgomery
Geo I" Butler
ll F Fargo
S T Be ver
Anlbony .Simpson
N Harmon
T il Reed
George Campbell
George Egau
David Sheridan
Richard Holt
Mm lieny
B Pilcher
A Houlso
J D Spurlock
Union is accomplished and
Producers Proteoted.
Tho country only can  bo saved by
Patronising
CAMERON'S   ISL\ND   PRODUCE
MARZBT,
No.  18   Fort   street,   opposite   Mrs.   Henl's
Hoarding-house.
CMN'CE WE ARE TO HAVE A TARIFF,
i ) uii.ud Produco will be in demand and to
supply iho increase of orders it has been
:n cessnry to make arrangements with several
more banters mid fishetmen ; also Producers
will always bc abb* to find a market for their
vegetables and other produce, at reasonable
rates ; whilst consumers can have their demands supplied free of duty. The market
will henceforth be supplied with the finest
Venison, Fish and Game of every description.
C'lims nnd Oysters from the newly discovered beds at Chemainus.
Since preparing the above we learn that a
special Telegram hns arrived from the Home
(lovernmcnt stating that Chinamen pedlars
are to he taxed $30 per head, per month, and
knowing it to be a fatal shock to them, the
"Original" will go in mourning for the space
of one month, in respect to their memory.
ON   Y  PA1SLH   CHI.HOOK.
oc 7
MARTIN    BROS.,
IMPORTERS  OF
Groceries and Provisions,
FlllEPHOOF BUILDING,
LATELY OCCUPIED BV L'HOTELIER k Co,
•WHARF      STREET.
oc 6
Mrs.   He in
J7-EEPS   CONSTANTLY  ON  HAND   THK
IV    latest fashions in
MILLINERY.
—AT—
Prices to Suit the Times,
GOVERNMENT    STREET
Between Fort nnd Broughton. so 5
(si
»1
NOUVEAUTES
D'automne et  D'hiver.
J. H. TURNER ET CIE.,
Ont l'honueur d'informer leurs
amis et le public quil viennent de
recovoir un assortment de Nouve-
autes de Modes des Meilleures Mais-
ona de Paris.
MAI30N DE LONDRES.
Scplembre, 1866. Be23
By Steamship Active,
TOBACCO   &  SSGARS
FOR   THE'MILLION!
F.    CAMPBELL,
Has reeeived  ilie most celebrated VIRGINIA BRANDS bv express from
New York Ciiy,
Twists, Rai'roEid,  May F ower,
AND THE
ADELPHI   COLD   BAR,
Manufactured cipressly for liim,
ATLANTIC AND PACIFIC CABLE TWIST
and other Tobucioi loo numerous to
inei ti hi.
Meerschaum, Bnar Root.
—AND—
ALL KINDS  OF PIPES,
I
Playing; Cards. Mutches--all
varieties.
Havana   Cigars
By the Cargo or Sample.
SkW Office of C. F. Green's Victoria
and Esquimalt Express.
F. CAHPBEIX,
oc 4 ADELPHI SEllAB STORE.
Queen Charlotte Coal
Mining Company (Lim.)
Notice  of  Sleeting.
AN EXTRAORDIN*ARY GENERAL MEET-
ing of .-hareboldcrs of this Company will
be held in the office of the Company, Citv
Council Chambers, on THUHSDAY, the llth
day of October, inst., at one. o'clock p.m., for
the purpose of electing Directors ; as some
doubts have arisen as to tbe legality of the
election of the pr. sent Board.
The Fourth Ordinary Meeting nf the Company will be held at the same hour and place
on W'dnesday the 17th dny of October inst.,
for receiviBg Quarterly Report and general
business.
Cor. Broad and Trounce sts., 1
October 3, 18G0. /
oe J. S. WILLIS, Secretary.
New Advertisements.
Alhambra
BILLIJMO SALOON,
tou.vu MWMI t\o WttS srs.
TJP-STAIRS.
Entrance on Yates Street
oc H-lm
NOTICE.
TJIBOM AND AFTER THIS PATE I WILL
accept
Bank Bills for Eents
Or for any other payui uts to he made lo me.
ii.  i    *r:Li.vi:.
Victoria, V. I., Oct. 3, 1884, oe 3
CARRIAGE   PAINTING
IX  ALL ITS BUANCUES,
Yates Street,
3etween Teln^e Engine House
and the International Hotel.
Work   eoliciied,   and   done   on   the  mosl
reasonable uruis by
W. M. KEOHAN
oc 2-1ra
Jesse  Cowper,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
BOOTS m SHOES,
LEATHER,
—AND—
SHOE    FINDINGS,
YATES    STREET,
OPPOSITE WELLS, FA.ROO k Co
At the old stand of Webster k Co., ii
prepared to supply the wauts of tl.e
public in his line.
The Latest Stvles
Received by every arrival from Kn^lm C.
and San   I- raneiseo. oc 2
ii
11
J
OPPOSITE THE TELEGRAPH OFFICE.
For a glass  of choice  liquor go  to the
"Grotto,"
Tliere  " none but the best '' you   will
find is the motto.
Mint Juleps, Sherry Cobblers—everything
cooling ;
Come ye that do thirst, you will find its
no fooling.
oc2
CHAMPAGNE!
NAPOLEON'S CABINET
BOUCHE.
\XTE   ITAVE   APPOINTED  MESSRS.
VV   GRELLEY  k   FITEUHE, of Victoria,
SOLE    AGENTS
Vancouver   Island and   Eritish
Columbia. _
Of our above-named Wines.
B uohe  jFils & Co.,
at Mar. uil-stir-Ay.
se 19 Champagne, France.
S'Dorborg  & Eueff,
COMMISSION   MERCHANTS,
Importers and Wholesale Denies in *
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS,
Hoots and Sliot'is,
Wharf street, Victoria, V. 1. oc 2
A. & W. WILSON,
Houie and Ship Plumbers
CASHTTERS,
BELL-HANGERS & TIMTHE
FORT   STREET.
AH orders promptly attended to
se 2
New A<lvi nis< iiu-nts.
FASHION MUSIC HALL,
AD.'OJ.TNU WELLS, FARGO * CO'S,
Yate«    (Street.
THE   PROPRIETOR   T\KES GREAT
pleasure ia anuuuuciug Ihe arrival uf tha
celcbruieil
PRIMA DOXVA k PIAXISTE,
Madam Josephine Berndt,
Who will every evening entertain the visitor*
witli seleetions I'ruui lbe mosl favorite
O 1» F R, A. S ,
And the most
POPULAR BALLADS,
In English,   French,   Italian, German,
Hungarian, Spanish, etc., etc, etc-,
lieing one of the most accomplished
Linguis'3 and Vocalists of tho
Day-
In ad'lition to the talented Madam Berndt
the scrvic-s ofthe following galaxy of beauty
have beeu engaged lo wait upon cuslonu-rs:
MISS   MILROY,       MISS   SWEET,
"      IJEVRIES, *'     WALSH,
MADAM  GKENIER.
Open every evening nt 8J p.ra.f
-ADMISSION      FREE.
C.       BROOKS,
oc 1 Proprietor.
Chronicle   copy
Ayer's Pills
Arc imrtlcularly Jtdapted to
df r*n iieniet) U of tbe digest! ftp-
njipiirrttiiH, nml dlseasea arif
ing fnmi Impurity of tba
blood. A large part nf all lh*
niini'laiiitH tliat iftlllct mat*
kind origluate in mii of tbeae,
and i'"n ■■-' | il ni iy tberte Pilu
are found to cure many varieties of disuoae.
PnbJolnM are tbo Mateinenti from aome eminent phyit-
ciaus, ot tbeir effecta in tbulr practice.
As a Family Pjzybic.
From Dr. E. W. Carturight, of New Orleans,
"Yonr Viil. aro tbe pi in© of purees. Tlieir excellont
quill it iew tuirpnsH nny rntliartiu we po**es«. Tbey are mild*
but very certain nnd effectual in tbclr action on the bowclf,
which niakiB ilium invaluable to m iu tbo daily treatment
ofdlwut/1
For Jaundice and all Liveii Complaints.
From, Dr. Theodore Hell, of yeto York Citf/.
"Not only nr« your PlLM idJBtlftbjv ndfipte.l to their
pnrpow tu nn aperient, but I tlml ilwir 1 pneflrial effect*
upon tbo Liver very marked thdeed* Tbey have in my
practlco provfd mora effectual for tlic cure of bdiou* exm**
pUittiti Hutu uiiy otto remedy I can mnntlon. 1 alncently
njoiiv tlmt we have ut lobfftli a ptrgative which ia worthy
Uio d'JiilW i>:i' Of the praflMHOO uml thu poople."
Dybpwsia — Indigestion.
From Dr. Jtrnrt/ J. Knox, of St. Louis.
"Th<' Plttl jroo mn l-iml enough to send me havo beeu
all uKutl in tny practico, ami haTeaatjtlloil me that tliey era
truly an uUruonUnttry medBelm. fed (wmllarif are they
adapted to the dtnMM of thu hitman system, that theyaeem
to work upon tbem alono. I huv« cuj-ed aome casea otdyt-
ptptKt ami indintditn with tbem, which had reaiated th*
other remedies we commonly uae. Indeed I have experimentally touml tbem to he aflhotual in utmost all tbe con>
plain;* lor which yuu ivcoimnend thum."
DY8ENTKUY — DlAKKlKKA — RELAX.
rVuffi Dr. ,T. O. Ottcn, of Chicago.
•■ Yonr Piub hnvo bud a Iour trial iii my practice, and I
hold lh.in in eatoem at one of tht* best ii[ffli'ieirta I havo ever
found. Their alterative effect upon ihe liver nnikea them
an oxeelfeUI i'*nii'lv. when _'iv> n in tntOI diwea. for Mitttt
dyttnttry ttul iHttrrhtea, their augar-coiitiug makes them
vei v aroeptaWu and convenient for thu use of women and
rliiilb.'ll."
Im'KUKAL Olt".Tltt'CTION—TVoitMS—SUPPIlEflBION.
From Ur,. F.. Stuart, tcAo prnrlitrt as a F/t*tsician unit MidaifO
in attttti
" I Ond one or two hirjru doeee of your PILLS, taken at the
prouef tittle, trt ttoatleut pttnnutivot ot tbe natural aecre-
tion when wholly or partially fU|yet>ed» nnd alaoveryef-
h.tunl to ideauae the stomach and expel worma. They uro
io much tlie boat pby»lc wc hint; Unit I ri/conuufud co other
to my jiatlcnts."
CONSTIPATION — COSTIVBNESS.
From Dr. J. V. Visitant, Montreal, Canada.
" Too much i annot b" s.ilil oi yonr I'liu for the euro of
It othora of our 'niteniity havo found them
hn ■!:.■.' iIh I have, thi>y iUould Join mo In proclaiming
it for lbe btnqflfl of U»e iHuitiMidoR wbo sutler from tliat
complaint, whieh allhniifih hud tfnongli in Itself, in the pro*
gDUftor of othera Ihat nm wm-fi1. I Iwliovo omtiremiss to
originate in the !iver, but your I'ills attect thut organ and
cure the dhseusc."
Imim'kitie.s of Tnr. Blood — Scrofula — Env-
HIIM'.LAK — S\I.T   Rnr/.-M— TP.TTEU — TlfMOBB
— lliu;uMvnsM — Gout — Neukaloxa.
from Dr. Rstlhl Bait, Philadelphia,
"Yon were riclit.Dicior. in naylng that your Pillspurify
the i'-notl. They do tliat. 1 hnve nsi-d them oriate year* in
my pnirtirctiml»>ire.< with your fttntementa of their efficacy.
They Htluiulnte the exrrulnn'M, und nury-olT the impnrltlei
that itugneta In the Mood, imirendfering dlseaao. They
Htluiulitto iho un:an* of (UgMtlOD, tad iufuao vitality and
vijior Into Hi- nyiitim.
>• latfi reiuttdiea as you pr-paro nre a national benefit, and
you dt'.nivo gttttt crauft for ihi-m."
For Hiadaohb—8ick HlADAOBS— Foul Stom*
ACII— 1'U.KS—DUOI'HY— l'LEl'UOUA—FaUALTSU
— Tvis-Xc.
Fit'.ii th: Bttn*e**t4 Bt*jm\ lisdtimore.
»'DrAti Dr. Aymi: 1 t-antmt answer yuu what cnmplalnte
I hnve rmrd wiih yow MttU IwUflT than to aaj all that tot
tver t.-fti unit a nul .1 place ureal depeud-
euea on an t(fc*tua! cithartip iu my daily eoutoat with dia-
eAae.and believing ai I do that your I'ilu afford ua the beat
we have, 1 of comae value them highly."
jgf Moat of tbo Tills in market contain Mercury, which,
although a valuable remedy iu skillul baud*, ia dangerous
In a public, pill, from tho droadfnl coneeqiicncet that frequently follow itrf lucauttoui use. These amttun uo mercury or mineral aubataucu wlmtcvcr.
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
Haa long been mannfa-tun'd by a practical chemist, and
every ounce of ft under ble own eye, with Invariable accu-
rary "and iare. It is aealeit and pi-otected by law from counterfeits and eoniieguentiy con he relied on as genutue,
without adulteration. It puppliei tho purest remedy tho
world haa ever known for tbo cure cf all pulmonary complaints; for Coughs Corns IIuAEsENiaa, Autiima, Caour,
Wuoopi.vo Cough. Bboschitis, Ikcihest CoNBUMpnoK, and
for the relief of consumptive patients In advanced stagea of
tbo dlwwao. Ar time makes these facte wider aud better
known, this medicine baa gradually become .the .best rolI-
anee of tho afflicted, from tbe log cabin of tbe American
peasant to the palaces of European fclngs. Throughout
this entire country, iu every state and citft aod indeed almost every hamlet it contains Crebrt TEOTORiL Is known
tgrtU'2 best of all remedies for dtsea3ea of the throat and
lungs. In many Ibretgn countries It is extensively used by
their most Intelligent phyaicSana. If there Is any dependence on what men of every station certify it bas done for
them; If we oan trust our own sennet wheu we see tbe dan-
gerona affoctions of the lungs yield to tt; if we can depend
on tho assurance of intelligent physicians whoee bustneea
ts to know; in abort, if there is any reliance upon any
thing, then ia it irrefutably proven that this medicine does
cure the class of diseases it is designed for, beyond any and
all other remedies known to mankind. Nothing but its intrinsic virtues, and tbo unmistakable benefit conferred ou
thousands of sutfcrers, could originate and maintain tho
reputation it enjoys. While many inferior roraedhf how
been thrust upon tho community, have failed, and bean
discarded, tbia haa gained friends by every trial, conferred
benefits on the afflicted they can never forget, and produce^
cures too numeroue and remarkable to be forgotten.
Prepared by Dp. J. C. AYEBf
PRACTICAL AND ANALYTICAL CHEMIST,
•        LOWELL,   MASS.
MW SOLD BT
Moore   &   Co.,   Victoria,
AND ALL DRUGGISTS. ■■
(Kbcntng   (Ldcgrapb.
TUESDAY   EVENING,   OOTOBKB  9,  1666.
"commercial.
Ill PORTS
To tlie Port nf Vi toria for   the   month
ending September 'Mh, 1866
From Califo'oia S 41 IH
BngUod   M,0OI
Oregon    i.i'.it
Fu_..t Sound      7 737
Hritl-h Columbia  31,212
Sandwich  Islands   15,487
ToUl f 1G!J,705
MEMORANDA.
Per stmr FIDELI rI-:11. from Portland—Left
Portland Oct. 0, nt 5;30 p.m. ; arrived nt Astoria, Oct. 7, at 10:30 a.m. ; let nt 12 m. ;
crossed Columbia Uivcr bur »t 2:30 p.m. ; hud
fresh breezes from .S tu S W ; arrived at Victoria Oct. 8 at 0 p.m.
l'ANSI M.l.lt-,.
Per stmr FIDELITER. from Portland—C
Chielovich and wife, T ramcron, Dr Cobra,
S Skidmore, Geo Felker, V Lai try, Hall, llou-
Ion
Per Btmr ELIZA ANDERSON fiom Pant
Bound—F Moody, Dr Willard, 3 0 Mixeu, J
Stewart, L Holms., W Hengel, Dr Walker,
Mrs Sloan aud daughter, R It Haines, wife
and baby, J McKlroy, Q Miller, It Woodhouse,
F Allen, J duller, P Hinklcy and wifr, Mill
E Ordwar, 0 Wilson aud wife, Mrs Arey, S
Benson, Ur Sickle, Mr Thompson, R Carr,
Mrs ll intu i ii. Miss llimnau, Mrs llariunn, Mrs
Holbrook and child, R Jones, Mrs S Wilson,
A Pinkham, John Ching
Per stmr JOStF. McNEAR fin Puget Sound
—Hon T M Rei-d, Rev Mr Himpson, It Holt, Y
Hulse, D Shorade, N Harmon, O T Berry, I!
T Fargo, C A Montgomery, W Berry, L Lucas
Miss Wallace, Miss Smiih, Miss Crosby, Miss
Cope, one natire
< i>\sii.m :.s.
Per brig FRANKLIN ADAMS from Ban
Francisco—A Bunstcr, J Leiti, Loewi k Cc,
II II Co. Fellows k Roscoe, Orelley k Flterre,
Dickson, Campbell k Co, Moore k Co, Kwong
Lee k Co, H Nathan k To, C Bossi, A 0as»a-
mayoo, T Hodgee, Caire 4 Granciui, B Der-
ham, Langley k Co, Wo On k Co, Tai Sooug
A Co, S Nssbitt
Per stmr JO>IE McNEAIl fm Puget Sound
—Reynold* k Co, Hutchinson, R Winsor
Ul PORTS.
Per stmr FIDELITER from Portland—A A
Q, M, Fort Steilacoom, 7 pgs indsc; J F, 0
pgs ; P O'D, 830 pas ; 0 P, i.3 ; Sal' m Mills,
•400 qr scks (lour; J G, 545 pgi; St Nicholas,
5 pes ; Salem Mill-, 200 or scks (lour ; Magnolia Mills, 000 qr scks Hour ; M, 15 pgs; A
Francis, 2 pgs; L & Bros, 103 pus; T Cameron, 5 pgs; W Is, 35 bus ; J M k Co, 56 pgi;
C, 9 pgs ; A F, 31 bxs ; H R. 4 jigs ; G S, 3
pgs ;  f S, 10 pgs ; V P. 10 pgs
Per stmr JOSIE McNEAR fts Puget Sound
—17 hd cattle, 60 sheep, 2 cps chickens, 9
turkeys, 10 bxs apples
Per stmr ELIZA ANDER-'ON from Puget
Sound—JO bbls Hour, to R Brudrick
siiii'i'iM. tft t i.i.i.io^yt H,-
POHTOFVJCTUI'.IA. VANCOOTOt    ISLAND
KNTEIIED.
Ocl 9—Brig Frauklyu Adims, Burr, San
Francisco
Stmr Josie McNear, Winsor, Port Angelos
Stmr Fideliter, Brsklne, 1'oriland
Sip Alexis, ndiu, New Westminster
Stmr Eliza An.ler on, Finch,   Port Angelos
Schr Uluck Diamond, McCulloch, Nanaimo
Schr Matilda, Greenwood, Nanaimo
CI.KAIltll.
Oct 9—Sip Alexis, Oden, New Westminster
Stmr Eliza Anderson, Finch, Port Angelos
Stmr Josio McNear, Win-or, Hurt Angelos
Sip Evans, McLachlnn, San Juan
Schr Eliza, Middleion, Saanicli
Fiat.—A fire broke out this morniug.
about eleven o'clock, in a hou-e at tbe head
of View ►treet, recently tbe properly of Mr.
J. McCredy, and occupied by the families of
Mr. Chas. Knit, hardware merchant, und Mr.
Sbain, builder. The alarm was speedily cou-
veyed to town and the fire comnnnies, the
Deluge leading, closely followed by lbe
Timers, rapidly made their way to the spot.
Meanwhile the occupant! of thu burning
dwelling, assisted by tbe neighbors, began
to carry out the liirnilup-, lbe grealcr poitioa
of u iii.li, as wel: ns that from the bottM O
Mr. Mala, dnine immediately adjoin ng, was
saved, although somewhat damaged in uio v ing'
When the engines arrived the roof of th*
bouse, a two-siory one, wai all in 11 nies; tbe
liremen, however, at oucu went to work, and
In a few minutes hid two streams of matat
playing on the fire, with fair prospects of
speedily drowning tt out. Hut the supply of
water began to fail, and Hiring the delay of
moving the enuines lo fresh wells tba fire
gain, d headway, and it became evident that
the 'mil ling could not be saved The Hook k
Ladder Co now came into requisition, and a
portion of tbe burning structure was pulled
down ; a fresh su;.ply of waler being procured the e'igines lesumed playing, aud so<<n
obtained a wns'ery over the flames. The
bonis w.,8 a pomplele wreck, but the small
dwelling adjoining was saved by ilie efforts of
the firemen. At the commencement of thc
fire a little son of Mr. Shain, aged 19 years,
while running home from school, fell down
and broke his collar-bone. The firemen behaved admirably, and hud ihe supply of water
ai first been sufficient, they would without
doubt have saved the building It would bc
invidious to particularize when all did so well,
but we may g've especial credit io the new
chief nnd assistant engineers, who mounted
the roof amid flame and smoke and directed
the efforts of tbe firemen. They were ably
seconded by lbe foreman and assistants of the
difl'erent companies, as well as by individual
firemen nnd many citizens. The department
generally deserves the hearty thanks of both
the sufferers by the fire, and the citizens for
their laborious, dangerous and self-denying
efforts. The house was insured in the North
British and Mercantile Insurance Co. for S
We are sorry to learn thai none of the occupants had a'.y insurance ou their property.
Mr Neustadt a lodger in Mr. Miain's lost
everything he had iu the house. The fire is
supposed to have originated from a defective
flue.
H«AVY   BllEAOn    Of    PlIOMISE   SlJlT   IN SiN
Faancisco.—A despatch in the Oregonian
says: General II. M. Nuglee htts fi'ed his
answer in the breach of promise suit brought
against him by Mnry L. Schell, to recover
$100,000-damages. Ho denies that he ever
promised to marry her, and avers that her
conduct has been unchasto and immoral since
the (ime of such supposed promise of marriage ; that her character and reputation are
. bad, und that the fuels uf her bud reputation
were not known to him until the time of the
supposed promise of marriage.
Tnn RoBso-AuKiticAN TnLKORAPir—A despatch published in the Oregonian says : A
letter fiom thc Western Union Telegraph
party, dated nt St. Michel's, North Wet
Coast, Aug. 2nd, say the ships from San
Francisco had not arrived, but were expected
dally. The telegraph employees Had bad no
direct news from tlie outer world for more
lhan a year. Colonel Kennicott, Icadei of
tho St. Michel's party, died suddenly nt
Milato Bay lust May. The rcmninder of the
party were well. Stores were plenty and the
Russian officials had treated the party with
great kindness nnd hospitality.
AmioN Irom Wouks.—A rumor had got
around thai this establishment wns about to
be closed, but we nre glad to learn that the
trustees bav3 determined to continue it as
heretofore untie. iU» management nf Messrs.
Kpralt und Kriemier.
RirLE Shooting.—In the monthly rifle
match by No. 2 Company last*Saturday,
Scrgt. Woolacott won the cup for the second
time tbis season, scoring 27 points. Private
Brown won lbe second prize with 20   points.
Cosiox Otsteiis—At Buell's oyster stall
to-day we saw the largest and finest oysters
we havo yet seen in the colouy. Buell hus
received SO sacks of tbem per sloop, und we
would advise lovers of the bivalve to try
them.
patch las' ii ({lit slinnlti n*.til : l.ow'ojn, C h
—By the lieuy between Italy Md
Austria, tlie furim r ncquires tlie lerritory
uf Veln-lia us it existed while Wider the
dominion uf Austria, and the debt of Vi-
neiiii, umoutitiiip to 35,000,000 fiorins is
attained hj tlm Italian QofcranKnt.
[This correction appeared in oof tele-
graph c ihwm (f yesterday.—Ed. Tel.]
Thiisii;, Octobtf 7—Tiie in-urrec-
lionury movement mnoug ( r.-tuns, is
spreading  rap Tic   eabioetof tilt
Pi rte talk ol ceadog relations with
Qrtace altogether.
Beaux, rt. b r 7— Thi' patent taking iios.nrs-.ioii of ih'i recent kingdom of
Hanover wns promulgated l.y ilie Qovefa-
ui. nt yeaterday. The loyalty of the people in ull cases is demanded.
India.
Reports of tiie famine in India ure con
finned, and especially in regard to Calcutta.
( lllD.1.
China dales to July I3th sny that the
rebels in tlm province of Yong Chow urn
liiucli more formidable than bail been sup
posed, eviry lender sent to oppose tbem,
except one. baving met with defeat in one
batllo. Tbe younger brother of the
Viceroy lost :i()(J Enfield riflea, nnd oui of
1000 cavalry engaged, only 100 escuped.
The state of tlie Infantry was believed to
have been  no  better.
Canada.
Ottawa, C. W., October 3.—The Executive Council sat for ntveral hours lust
night. It is reported that important dispatches relative to the Fenians were received.
The Board of Trade passed a resolution that American and British silver will
be taken hereafter at 4 per cent, discount.
Special \oilccm.
RtsioviL.—Messrs. .Solomon Bros, have removed to the two-story brick building on
liovcrnment street, opposite the St. Nicholas
Hotel. They bave received, ex ibip Mohawk,
from London, a fine assortment of men's
clothing and underclothing, wbich they will
sell lower than any house in town. Give ihera
a call.   *
Mr. Digrv Palmer requests tbat orders for
teaching, playing and tuning Pianofortes, and
for instruction in Singing, may bo left with
Messrs. Hibben k Carswell, Stationers and
Booksellers, Government street, or at bis residence, near the top of Fori street. *
Ai.EXASniiE's Gloves—Messrs. J. H. Turner
k Co., London House, have received to-day,
by Express from Paris, a lull assortment of
ilexandre'l famous kid glove, for which
they are thc sole agents in Vancouver Islaud
and British Ci lumbia. *
Now Advertisements.
Thirty Persons were drowned on iho Uili
Septemb r, at Iloot river, in Minnesota,
twenty miles west of ba Crosse, hy the sudden
rise in the river. Twelve of the bodies had
been recovered. The Chicago Times states
that Boot river is one ofthe most remarkable^
streams of tho Northwest. Inclosed iu a
narrow valley, by upright hills, its waters
have been known to rise to a height of thirty
feet in a single night, and to subside as
suddenly.
From Pdoet Sound.—ihe steamer Eliza
Anderson arrived last night at 11 o'clock
with 3G passengers and a small freight. The
Josie McNear arrived this morning wilh passengers and freight as per nianifust published
elsewhere.
From Portland.—Tho steamer Fideliter
arrived last night at 7 o'clock with nine passengers and a good freight, flour, grain and
fruit. Captain Erskine has our thanks for
files of Portland papers.
Cariboo Election.—A piivate telegram
from Coriboo states that Mr. Walkem, the
late member, has a majority at Quesnello and
Soda Creek, and is probably elected by this
time.
Ths Sib James Douglas broke her piston
rod yesterday, and will therefore not go to
Nanaimo till Friday.
Tbi Acnva arrived down at 4 p. m., yesterday just after we went to press.
Beware ov Fire.—Professor Daly says thc
only way to prevent fires is to have your chimneys properly "excoriated" '•* nod is as
good as a wink, ke."
M-ixiY Found.—Yesterday, between the
Police office and Whurf street, a sum of money
in gold.—Apply to the Superintendent of
Police. *
The Carev Petition.—This petition was
tnken round to-day by the American Consul
and .Mr. Adams and was signed in thc course
of a few hours by over two hundred citizens.
From San Francisco.—The brig Franklin
Adams arrived lust evening in 16 days from
s im Francisco with a full cargo consigned lo
Pickett 4 Co.
The Mails.—The steamer Golden City nrrived at Sau Francisco last Wednesday with
an English mail.
TELEGRAPHIC-
last Night's  Despatches.
California.
San Francisco, Oct. 7—A telegram
received yesterday by Messrs. Aldrich,
Merrill k Co., states that the new steamer
Idaho bad made her trial trip .Successfully,
and, having returned lo Bath, Maine, left
on Friday Inst for California. The Idaho
is to run in the Anchor Line between this
ciiy und Portland, alternately with the
Montana. The Idaho is a larger and
more roomy vessel than the Mon'ana, nnd
has betier passenger accommodations than
tht vessel.
Arrived, Oct 6-Steamer Orifkmrae,
73 hours from Columnia river ; British
bark Cavalier, 190 days from Glasgow
with merchandise ; bark Harvest Queen,
19 days from Port Biakely, with lumber ;
steamer Moutanu, from Portland.
Europe.
London, Oct. 6—Consols 891; 5-20's,
tOJ.
New York, Oct. 7—The cable detu
Fiiencii Millinery—The millinery department nt London Hou'C is now under the management of a lady who arrived by last steamer from Paris.-J. II. Tuhneii k Co. *
Holloway's Pilu.—DUirlien un.1 Unite', Ccmpluiuti.
—I'h -ie mnliMlles are ever present, at.tt if letl mint
tended frequently terraiiiAtt) foully. It hlioiild bv
everywh ie known that bothelioleraand dialrhceid"-
pei.d .oi the preien ifl of seme uiitTg'-Med aabsliince in
the atom eh ur bo.velw.er ■"tne deleterious matter In
tt ebtoo.1. and Ihat llollowai'a PIUlnan expel either
wilb ease and expedition. Tliey concntiMo inaaur
prUInC degree Purifying, nliarnatlve, regala'lni? and
atrSDftheiiing ualltlea, end tboa ex»-rt oyer every Internal or.an the v'olo otneh- controlling iiill.iii'^ so
neoBSiary fbr subduing exeeaslve aoifon in the human
Tr ip.->. tndlow.iy'a nio.iioiiii' may be ailvautaire. nsty
taken na a mean* l'ke.|.iinl the blood pure and the
body eool—the only'prtotloable plan of m lintainmg
health tn.ytmtb, manhood, and old nee.
A New and tiRAND ispocii in Medicine!—
Dr. Maggiel is the lotindi.. ot a new Medical
jyatera. The qu.intltarlaus, whoso vast internal doses enfeeble Ihe stomach and paralyze
the bowels, must give precedence to the man
who restores health rffid nppe.lle, with from
one to two of his extraordinary Pills, and
cureB Ihe most virulent sores with a box or bo
ol his wontlcrlul and nil healing Salve. These
two great spec Iks of Ihe Doctors arc fast sn-
pefseding a tbe stereotyped nostrums of the
day. Extraordinary oaresby Maggiel's Pills
and Snlve have opened tlie eyes of the public
lo the inefficiency of the (so called) remedies
pf Others, and upon wh ch people have so long
blindly depended. Maggiel's Pills are no ol
the cla.'S that are swallowed by the dozen, and
of which every box full tnken creates an absolute necessity for another. Cm. or two ni
Maggiel h Pills lu(Hc»l to place the bowels in
perlect order, tone the stomach, create an appetite, and render the spirits light and buoyant I There is no griping, and no reaction in
lbe form of constipation, If the liver is al-
fected, its functions are restored; and il the
nervous system is feeble, it ll Invigorated.
This lust quality makes tbo medicines very
di-irable for the wants of delicate females,
libelous and jrsptlve dlirasea are literally
extinguished by u.e disinfectant power ol
Maggiel's Salve.   In fact, it is llere announced
tiiat Haggiei'N til lous, Dynpeptlc
and Ulltn ll 'il 1*1 lH cure where all
others fail. Wuile for Burns, Scalds, Chil
blains, Cuts and all abrasions of the skin
Magglel'M SalVe is infallible Hold by
j. MAOOIIL, 11 Piuc siree', New York, and all
Druggists, at 25 cts per box.
BANK   OF   BlUTISH   COLUMBIA.
London, 3d August, 186t>.
FROM AND AFTER 25tii SEPTEMBER,
186G, Ma. David Marshall Lang will
cease to be Manager of this Bank in these
Colonies, and Ms. Wm. Curtis Ward , is
authorised to pcrf >rrn lbe duties of Principal
Officer of the Bank in these Colonies, signing
all documents as Acting Manager.
By order of the Court of Directors,
JAS. D. WALKER,
gc 26-lm  Inspector.
nsroTioE.
THE RBYAL HOTEL,
"Wharf   Street,
HAS REDUCED ITS PRICES TO MEET
tlio times, and clean comfortable beds
can bc obtained for 25 cents per night or $1 50
per week.   Board 51 per day.
S. HILL, Proprietress.
K. B.—The Hotel is fire-proof. oc 1
THE PARK HOTEL
'pnis well nrowi  and  beacti-
1  iullv  ntnaud  li i ei . up in
i:.e moit luxur oui   style   for   boarders   and
lodk-ers.     Private   rojmi   can   be   Lad   for
paniei.
A TABLE  ID'HOTE
WILL   BE   LAID   ttttt    AFTEIt.VOOX
IT   i  OCLOCS.
Every description of amusement, including
DBllc, ll provided for ibe gueati.
I.adiei and gentlemen can nod iu lbe Park
Hotel a c*imf..rtable and luxur on. houie.
I he (.est of wines an 1 liquor-Kepi on hand.
Ladies can bave free use of a phaeton for
towu drive.
Boarding by tbe week at low prices to suit
tli..   times. oc 5
HATANACIGARS
LEWIS &  ANTHONY,
TOBACCONISTS.
47 Yates St., Brick Store
Next lo Comer of Government St.,
|)EG TO I.NFOP.M THEIR FRIENDS AXD
1/ t-e pnblic it, general  ihat tbt-y  will con
stantly receive   by every  steamer a good  as-
lortmentof Gen nine Havana fcffan
and the {text  Brands of Tobacco,
imported direct for this market, so that they
nre able lo /ottmeie with anybruseou thu
Island, either Wholesale or Betatl.
N.   B-—Special   altent on will  be paid  to
Countrv orders.
IIEIMAN'  LEWIX.     |    LOUIS ANTH0N7.
oc 2
Advt-rlis'.-uiei.ts.
~~ •        —
.NEW    \\ LaTAlINisTER
GAME   DEPOT,
YATE3   ST.,
.Vext door to  the corner of Government,
opposite Znlow a Drug Store.
THE - ;..''. HAVINO MADE AR-
rangemulj Is r. ...■..; tram different
part cj tbt proOa e ..! tlj■- i>Uod aad coontry
Will be prepared lu U1-..0
Game,
Pish,
rruiu,
Poultry.
Eggs    and    Vegetables,
Each  and ail in  tbeir season, at liie lowest
price..
JAMCS   ALLE*.
ocl lm
3LYMPIA OYSTERS
IS   EVERY  STYLE  AT
A.   \Y.   PIPER'S,
AXD  TUE
Best Welsh Rarebits
O IS    THE    ISLAND.
se 19
TRJBIS&OVATj.
\Y.   HEATIIOIU
BEGS LEAVE TO IXFOHM HIS
Iricnds nnd the public that be has
removed his
Boot and Shoe Storo
To Government street, two dcors from the
"Colonist and Chronicle" Olliee, where he
will con.inue bis Boot .Muting business.
BOOTS AKD SHOES MADE TO ORDER
Of the best materials and workmanship.
N.B.—Repairing done at shortest notice.
«• ::i
NEW BUTCHER   SHOP.
Wm. B. Townsend
Oriental Restaurant,
YATES   STREET,
In connection wilb the Oriental Hotel.
THIS  ESTABLISHMENT   IS  OPEN AT
ALL nOURS OF TIIE DAY OR XIUHT.
THE    TABLE
Will be furnished witb the best the market
affords.
Breakfast,
Dinner,
Supper
At moderate prices,
Oysters   in   every   Style.
Private Rooms tot sm-il! or large parties.
Call andjudge for yourselves.        se 30-lm
EEltOVAL.
DR. POWELL HAS REMOVED HIS
Surgery and Residence to the corner of
DOUGLAS AND BKOUUHTO.N" STREET3
(near Fort).
Office linens—9 A. M.  to  12  M., and  a
P. M. to 10 P. It.
August 23. au 26
Yorkshire   Bacon!
Ex Royal Tar,
B
ECS TO   INFORM THE PL'BLIC THAT
SATURDAY   NEXT
He will re open tho
E nr e k a    WL a. r ket,
GOVERNMENT    STREET,
Adjoining Iho  Masonic   Bcii.ni.vo,
Where he hope-f,   bv  keeping  a   good art'cle
and   by   strict   attention   to business, to
merit a share of the public patronage,
se 26-lm
/In Appeal   to   the  Citizens of
Victorii, V. I-
■I'HE   C0NQRKGATI0N    I'.'dAN;
1   Victoria, V. I., in meeting asiembl
day, Saturday, Sept, Hd, 1  B :.
Resolved, i'hat the aid of our Fellow  OKI-
?.e;,sofall llenoiniiintioiiri he -elicited llirouglt
tlir following authorised an 1 '!" y 1 | ■
Committee. And that iu< ii Commit
deevor, by every ni-ans in their power, to
raise funds Whereby |.jrt of tin- debl 01 rat 11-
gn^e on the Israelltisb Synagogue may be
cancelled. Snowing the liberal views and
generosity of the cili/.ein> of Victoria, the eon-
gregatlon bas no: the * i^im-st doubt (making
due allowance for the dullness of the Beason)
that their appeal will meet with tlmt response
which ihe exigency ofthe case requires.
A. JA00BS, President.
L. ANTHONY, Secretary.
H. M. COHEN,
LEWI- LEWIS,
D. MilRl'SER,
.1. W. KEYSEB,
se24 Committee on Subscription.
T
FOB     SALE
WO GROVER k BAKER SEWING
MACHINES, for heavy work; ono
SUger's Machine, Xo. 2, for, tine and heavy
work.
AH the goods pertaining to the business,
including cotton p;oods, ticking, pulu, and
other goods too numerous 100 mention.
The above will be sold for loss thun cost
within 30 days.
Terms—Cash or approved Notes.
—ALSO-
The entire stock of Crockery, Hardware,
Furniture, Fancy Goods, ic,, on the same
terms as above.
A!l goods unsold after 30 days will be sold
at auction.
ee 16-lm J. W.  KEYSER.
For sale by
FELL & CO.,
Yates street.
"ROUND THE CORNER"
IS THE NAME OF THE
ISTZE^W    SALOON
JUST OPENED IN
Langley   Street,   round  the
corner from Yates street,
In  the  building formerly  occupied   by   ths
Saloon of. Edbrharot'i Hotm.
The Saloon has been tastefully refitted,
and will bc supplied witli tlie
FIRST    QUAL1 T Y   O F
Wines  and Liquors.
The proprietor re pi ifnlly invites the public to call "KOOND TiiK CORNBB" and
judge for themselves.
GOVK11NBKNT   S1UFFT     ENTRANCE — NKXT
door lo tlio Telegraph Uffice.
so 20       JftCOf!   HERKIMteR.
1ST O T I C E
A.   BUi.BR   &   Co.
BUY AMI SELL LADIES' AND GENT'S
cast-off clothing.
Clothes cleaned and repaired at the shortest
notice.
GOVERNMENT   STREET,
Nearly opposite thc St. Nicholas Hotel,
se 25-hn
SAN   FRANCISCO
Tl
?
Grovernment  street,
Between Gns Keyser's and W. Wilson's
rriRE UNDERSIGNED, IN VIEW OF THE
_L u Good 'limes " folks said were coming,
his OPENED tlie above premises, and intends
to OPEN THE BEST OYSTERS the market
furnishes.    Tbey will be
Roasted
Fried
Stewed
In or Out cf the Shell-
Open at all heurs.
3-lm J. B. BUELL. 9H*cellaneouii.
New   Advertisements.
■■na*
Purity of Charactfh.—Henry Won1
Bcecher draws the following beautiful
parallels:—' Over the beati'y of the plum
and npricot there grows a I.loom nud
beutily more exquisite tlinti the fruit itself
—n soft delicate flush that overspreads its
blushing cheek. Now if you strike your
tuuid over that, and it is ouce pone, il is
gone forever, for it never grows but once.
The flower lliat hangs in the morning impended with dew— arrayed with jewels—
once shake it, so tbat the beads rolls off,
and you may sprinkle water over it as
you plense, yet it can never be made
again what it was when tbo dew fell
slightly upon it from heaven I On a frosiy
morning you may see the panes of glass
covered with landscapes, mountains, luke?
and trees, blended in a beautiful fantastic
picture. Now lay your hand upon the
glass, and by a scratch of your Gnger, or
by the warmth ofthe palm, all the delicate
tracery will bo obliterated. So there is
in youth a beauty nnd purity of character,
which, wheu onco touched anil defiled, can
Dever be restored ; a fringe more delicate
than frost work, nnd which, when torn
and broken, will never be ro-cmbroidered.
A man who bus spotted end 6oiled his
garmenls in youth, though he may seek
to make them white again, can never
wholly do it, even if he were to wafli them
with tears. When a young man leaves
his father's house, with tho blessing of his
mother's tears still wet upon his forehead,
if bo at onco lose thut early purity of
character, it is a loss that ho can never
make whole again. Such is tho consequence of crime. Its effects can can never
be eradicated , it can only be forgiven."
The Atlantic Cable Taiuff.—The
lariff of charges for the Atlantic Cable
is beginning to excite considerable inquiry end discussion abroad as well ns at
borne. A letter to the London Neat
states that the French Government has
been in commnnication with t lie directors
conccrnnig the tariff, nnd the prospect
now is that the demand for tho service of
this li.ie will daily Increase, Many of
tho leading firms in London and New
York have used it daily since it came into
operation, and in one case upward of
JB800 was paid for a single dispatch.
At tho present rate of working nud at
tbe rates now demanded, the Cable would
earn £l,500,0u0 per annum. It is not
probable that one or even half n dozen
cables will meet the demand for telegraphing between Ihe old and new world.
There are twenty or more linos between
London and Liverpool, and often during
the day those get 'blocked' witb messages. It is now contemplated to charge
the messages by the Cable according to a
graduated scale — first-class messages,
having the immediate priority, charged
tbe highest, second and third cln-'s, guarantied to be delivered in a certain time,
to be at a lower rate, but nothing of this
kind has been decided upon. No rales
lower than the present will be established,
however, and the probability is that llit-y
will be higher-
The Atlantic Cabi.k—At a recent
meeting of the French Acndeiny of Sciences, M. Babinet suggosted that it wonld
be well to take advantage ofthe Atlantic
telegraph to dotcrmino with precision the
longitude of tho American terminus.
There was reason to make haste, be said,
because tliere wore very few chances of
the transmissions lasting long. As &
reason for bis opinion, M. Babinet produced a piece of heavy telegraph cable
which had been fivo years at the bottom
of tho British Channel. Tlio exterior
metallic covering wus completely eaten
off by the salt water, which had also
commenced to affect the central twist.
Afier stating the differences iu the sizes
of the cable exhibited nnd Ihe Atlantic
Cable, which is smaller, and ay ei ring
that the sea water destroys fully a millimetre ('ubout 1-25th part of an inch) of
the metallic covering every year, M. Babinet reiterated biu belief that the success
of this cable would be of only ephemeral
duration.
FACTS vs. THKOIUES.
New  Goods
EX   "ROYAL   TAR."
THOS. WILSON & CO,,
Invite attention to their
IfiDW Stock of WINTER
GOODS just arrived bv
Royal Tar from London,
consisting  of
FLANNELS—Wrr-sH—Twilled Saxony
1'lain and Fancy Colors
DITTO — Canton — White   and   Un-
blcuchtd
BLANK KTS--All sizes
BALMORAL SKIRTS
FRENCH MERINOS—In oil colors
—ALSO —
Hoyles' Prints> Horrockses' Long Cloths,
Linen and Cotton Ticks, Sheetings,
Quilts, Drugget Squa es, Green Baize>
Hollands, American Leather Cloth,
—AND—
A General Assortment of Goods suitable for
the Autumn aud Winter.
Tho.:.  Wilson &  Co.,
MASONIC BUILDING,
GOVERNMENT
se 20
STREET
REMOVAL.
ff.   IIEATHORN
m.
BUGS LEAVE TO INFORM HIS
friends uml tho public that he has
removed his
Boot and Shoe Store
To Govkrnment STREET, two d'lOrs from the
"Colonist and Chroniile" Olliee, where he
will continue bis limit. Mailing business.
BOOTS AND SHOES MADE TO ORDER
Of the best materials and workmanship.
N.B.—Repairing done at shortest notice.
se 23
LUMBER
V   LARGE   ASSORTMENT   OF   ROUGH
and dressed for Bale cheap,
J. ROBERTSON STEWART.
Victoria, V. I„ 20th August, 18611. se 22
NEW  BUTCHER   SHOP.
Wm. B. Townsend
BEGS TO   INFORM THE PUBLIC THAT
on
SATURDAY   NEXT
Ho will re-open the
Eureka    Market,
GOVERNMENT   STREET,
Adjoining tho  Masonic   Bcildikc,
Where ho hopes,  by keeping a good articU
and  hy strict attention  to business, to
merit u share of the public patronage,
se 26-lm
I
" Give me a place to rost my lever on,"
lays Archimedes, "aud I will move the
world." " Give me pure and unadulterated
drugs," says Medicus, of the olden time,
" nnd I will cure disease."
In one sense, both of these learned pundits
were the veriest charlatans. They knew there
was no place to rest their lever on, either to
move the world or cure disease. Mechanism
was in a backward state, and the medical profession was but unothet name for sorcery.
and all thc adjuncts of magic filters und
charms ot the " evil eye," ke.
But these latter days have homo unto u.»
something more than even superstition nnd
Its crew ever dreamt of in their maddest philosophy. In these days of practical science,
what was theory of yesterday ir fact to-day,
and all the old time notions become as bubbles
in the sun, and burst and break with every
breath we draw.
Let Archimedes shoulder his lever and we
will find a resting place for it to move tbe
world. Let mine ancient Medicus pant and
toil no more for tho drugs he so sorely needs,
for we have them at our hand, ever ready to
serve them at his beck.
Refined in tho laboratory of I)r. Magwol,
tha finest materials known In the medical pro
fession are obtainable by any one. His
Billious. Dyspeptic, and Diarrhoea Pill3 stand
unrivalled,"and his Salve operates with magical effect upon burns, scalds, and all sores and
■leers ofthe skin.
In fact, we think Maoqibi/s Pills and Salve
are the wonder of this centnry, nnd we are
happy in the thought that many others of our
brethren of the cralt agree with us. We would
earnestly connsel thnt all families provide
themselves with Dr. Maggiel's Prepainiions at
amaa, and kuep them ready at band, eo as to
osetbemai ibe most opportune time and as
cttasion serve?.— Volley Sentinel.
An Appeal  to  the Citizens of
Victoria, V-1-
tHD    CONGREGATION    EMANU-EL   OF
Victoria, V. I., in meeting iisscraBled, this
dav, Saturday, Sept. 22d, 1866,
Resolved, That the aid of our Fellow Citizens of all Denominations be solicited through
the following authorized and duly appointed
Committee, And that such Committee endeavor, by every means in their power, to
raise funds whereby part of the debt or mortgage on tlie l8rt.eliti.sh Synagogue may he
cancelled. Knowing thc liberal views and
generosity ofthe citizens of Victoria, the congregation has noi the sii'htest doubt (making
due allowance for tlie dulh.ess of tho season)
that their appeal will meet with that response
which the exigency ofthe case requires.
A. JACOBS, President.
L. ANTHONY, Secretary.
H. M. COHEN,
LEWIS LEWIS,
D. SHIRPSEIf,
J. W. KEYSER,
sc24 Committee on Subscription.
J. H- Turner & Co.
GOVERNMENT STREET,
VICTORIA, V.I.
LONDON   FIRM,
J- P- Tunstall & Co-
LONDON    HOUSE,
September, 18GC.
We have received by " Royal Tar" and late Express arrivals a
great part of our Autumn and Winter Stork. It comprises as usual a
full assortment of Staple and Fancy Goods.
Linens, Cottons, Prints, Damasks,
Blankets, Flannels, kc.
Dress Goods, The New Lin.skys, Serges, Merinos,
Poplines, Plaids, kc
Shawls—Rich Broche, Wool, Himalayan, Sic,
Ladies' and Children's Underclothing,
Mantles, Furs, Hosiery, Embroideries, Lace
Goods, kc
Millinery Wreaths, Hfad Dresses, a beautiful selection
of Bonnets in the Lainballe, Pamela, and other new
shapes;  Hats in silk, velvet, and straw.
This department is now under the direction of a First Class French
Milliner, wlto arrived by lust steamer.
The atiove goods leave been selected by our London partner with great
care, and will be sold on most favorable terms.
86 21
J.   H.   Turner   &.   Co.,
Agents for Alexandre's Kid Gloves.
A   Triumph    of    Science
THE  LIGHT   OP   THB   WOULD
DR. MAGGIEL'S
PILLS   & SALVE.
These U-to-giving rpmedi"* nr* now, for the Art
ti"'*, g v puhl ciy to tli- w r <1. For over aijiiaitar
tf a i tn t'ii y ofprtvtU practice the Ingredient* iutbvau
Life-Giving Pills
H«T" be«n need with the greatest sii<*ee«t«. Their
mfief m ii ii tony to r ttttt ■ is'SS'. hut to rure
Thoy no rch o-j th UlioM BMhdfel hy "hich the
patient U suffering, end re invigorate t e ifllAf
system. T th'-- Med mid intirm a ieW dusoa of these
valuable PILt.S will j rove lo he
A YtRY FOUNTAIN CF YODTH,
Frr in ever* ca«e fiey a-ld ne* life and vita tty, a d
est*re tha Winl-<g0'i')fjf[fi to thoir rlsiin« «. .tt. T.
iho >o gan> mi dl g«'d Uny nil] pr \e most to
v*lu tie, a* a rei y, npi-i-iilc .md itrr Ins medicine,
are is a drum nmIibo tint p ne*»d**Ltoii sough-
for three hundred yttttt ago, and nt*4f fond, p,e
look<d font i ui tain tli»: would rt-storo the old to
'. igor and make; out h ever
An Eternal Hpring-J
It was left for this day nnd hour tn r«ftlli* ti.o J.e.im,
nnd show in oneKlunmis f ol the magic that n.ade
It fair.
THESE FAMOUS  REMEDIES
Cannot ativ thi* flight of year*,.hut tliey can force back,
aii' iiold ;ili»ni, ditu'its-'i hat mi lit tn mpli ove* the
ag •! und the }nuii{, Let ti'*ne herniate turn, but
et-iz-) the favorable opportunity that offers. Wheu taken
as prescribed—
For Blllious Disorders
Nothing can he mom productlec of cura than these
PilU — riu-ir utmost in fit influence Ih felt at o ■• .
nnd tho iiHual OonO luitants of thin im.it distressing
di.euse ar<t removed. These reuudics are in ad e from
the purest
VEGETABLE COMPOUNDS.
Th"y wilt not harm tho most delicate female, and
ca i be Ri <-n with good effect in prescribed d*«e* to
the youngest babe.
For Cutaneous Disorders
Andalleru-ltonnnf U"> "kill,'h* HALVE j( ,,,, t hi
valuable, It does n t heal ■ xi •• ii li ,i :il n , but prne-
tr i« with the moit i> arching etr.cih to the vary root
of iha evil.
DR. MAGGIEL'S PILLS
Invariably cure the following Diseases
Atthma,
Bowel Complaint*,
Cough*,
Colds,
Chest Pi-eaaea,
I'lJBtiveii.w.,
Djupepnia."
Diarrh<*i
RE-OFEnsrnsro-
EUREKA COiCERT ROOM
1 SitKtt THS .TIAY\6E!!E.\T OF JIIIS. QIMRM'.S.
noma MOST favorite and fashiox-
* able place of amusement having been
entirely re-decorated will re-open This Evening nt!) o'clock. Mr. Ned Reed, the famous
Banjo Player will be in attendance to amuse
visitors with his minstrel Songs. At the Bar
the best of cane Liquors and Havana Cigars
will be dispensed.
Open every Evening at 9 o'clock, admission
free. te 24
Dropiy.
DtUIltr,
Fever and Agi e.
Cow For Sale
A COW (AND CALF SIX WEEKS OLD),
warranted perfectly gentle.     Price $55.
Also, a young Steer,
Apply to
ee20 O. NIAS, James Bay.
Dissolution   of Partnership.
NOTICE.
'I HE PARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE EX-
l iflting between Thomas Napier Hibben
and James Carnwell. under the name or firm
of Hibben k Carswell, has been this day dissolved by mutual consent.
The utisincss will in future be carried on
by Mr. T. N Hibben, who will pay nnd receive all money due to or owing by thc lato
firm
Dated this 13th dny of September 1866.
THOMAS NAPIICH IIIBREN,
JAMKS  pABSWELL.
Witness to the signature of Thomas Napici
Hibben,
Gkoroe Peabkes,
Solicitor, Victoria, V. I.
Witness to the Signature of James Carswell,
HontnT Bishop,
Solicitor, Victoria, V. I.
se 13-lm
THE  ONE THING   WANTED.
HOLLOWAY'S PILLS.
BRITISH    PERIODICALS.
The London Quarterly Bev:ew (Conservative)-
The Edinburgh Eeview (Whig)
The Vk estminster Review (Radical)
The North British Review (Free Church)
B'ackwcod's Edinburgh Magazine (Tory)
The Tour Rpviewi re-piiMiihed by Mpgir*. PcoTT tt
Co., nre irenprill y co HidiMed im tlm (Jrest Ri-vinw.,
anil DUi'kwnod tin. 1'een jnitly placed io the samp
rank. Whoi'ver ilisi)on?ea with r ndilL' pn liciLtictim of
till. cltifS, wh .ti.ver tiaj tie tu. eni<ral I i.fnrm uion,
will soon be altogether behind the timo in wlueh he
ives—and in tbeie timet a pp.Mvitnuy rood get very
Tar heliin.l. They in ■>■ be read and eludieil wilh atl-
vantave by ihe popple of Ihl* Co miry, of every creed
and pArty. ^
fcjr III. M.'K wiiilli li iiiiti.nn!!■■ attractive at till,
tint.* to AmeiicaiiH, not onlyf.r it. seri I artn'lei by
IMiiiL-iiuhi'il writera nf tirli n, but for he arcunt. nf
the late civil w r now being wilttoi by C I. Von
KtU, alle-manomcer, Qhlef* r- tult   to Gen. J. E. b.
t'ii.rt, of the Confederate army.
TERMS   FOR   1880.
Por anyone of the llevlewa tl per annum
Fnr an. two of iho RovU'Wh  7 "
For any three of tbe I eviewi 10 "
For all four of the Keview 12      "
Foa illackwo'd'a Mawim-  4 M
Fnr Blackwood and  > ne Rovi w  7 "
For Ilia' kwnod and any two of tbo  Re-
vl»wa 10 "
For l Uckwoid auiltlireeoriheltevleiis..l3 "
For UI.ci.wond and the four l.eviewa 16 "
CLUBS.
A M*connt of tieenty per cetU. wi'l be a'lnwed lo •lubf
of toor or mor*- i*erionn Tnus, f«.ur 0 pint of
Hlwkwi'tid. or ofon» tvitm »IU be upnt in nnt address or*12 80. KonreupiPief Uie fuur ftevitWIAOtl
Uiaukwootl, for 948, and nuou.
POSTAGE.
When lent by mall, the PosTAOB to nny part of the
Unllnd t tea wi'l be ' ut ttrel)t>-toiir cenUa year for
" lackwoop," and but eight ceuu a year for each of
theKeviewa.
TJm Blood.
These famous pills are so composed tils
they operate wholesomely on tbe stomach, tho-
liver, the bowtls, and other organs; by correot-
inp; any derangemeDU in their functions'
whereby a steady supply of pure materials tor
tbe renewal ol the Blood is furnished, and' a
constant abstraction of effete products is effected. This perfect circulation thus become!
the very fountain of health and life, and overcomes all form of disease wherever its situu*.
tlon.
General Dlnordera of tbe E.iv»i
and Mniiiaili.
All who ever indulge a* tahle, either in ent«
Ing or drinking, should take nbout ten of t'.:ea-
lamons pills at bed time, from wbich will ri-a
suit o clear head and good stomach the fell >vr-
jng morning. Thousands of Ladies are always complaining of sick headaches, want o
appetite, want of energy, and want ol strength .
to coircct all these evils, ihree or four ot these
PilU should be taken twice a week, when the/
would give the invalid ilie health am) appetit*
of a ploughman.
FemaleN or all A pros and < lasso*
Obstructions of any kind, either in young
or those between forty and fifty—the most critical peiiod of life—may be radically removed
by using these Pills according to the printed
directions whieh accompany enoh box. Voung
j.".-.'mt> with sickly and sallow complexions
mny have the bloom of health restored by thi?
corrective, which purifies the blood and expels nil gioss and impure humors from ihesys-
lem. liewnre then of the critical age Irore
forty to fttty, as it sends many thousands to
premature grave,—these Pills Bhould be Mkei
tl that period ol lile two or tbree time* »
?eek
Want  or Strength and Energy.
Persons of sedentary habits, or those troubled in mind, working in Factories or Coa)
Pits, who cannot obtain that amount ol fresi
air and exercise which nature requires, sulftf
from weakness and delility, lowness of spirits
and want of appetite. All such should take *
lose or two of theso Pills every three or fom
days, as they act gently and ill. dually on tb*
system and impart vigor and energy to th*
body, which is always followed by a good
appetite, Bound and refreshing sleep, and •
I'ngh How of spirits.
For the Cure or Dropsy.
The cfficicy of Holloway's Pills in Dropsy
is extraordinary. They act with such a peculiar effect upon the Bystem, that the fiiidr
causing this direful complaint, are pereeptibl
carried off and prevented from any lurthel
accumulation. The sufferer rigains a bioy-
ancy of spirits and rejoices in a completely
renovated constitution. It la indispensably
necessary tlmt the Ointment should he most
effectunlly rubbed into the complaining par'-fl
during the w hole course of treatment.
Children and their Allmentr.
In no country in the world ore more children
carried to an early grave tban in Great Erilaiu.
Coughs, Measles, Scnrlalinn, Fevers, and other
lisi-nsi's attack the little sufferers, apd foath,
but too often, follows at a rapid pace; yet if
at the first stage ot ll.ese complaints, jiirenU
were to have recourse to Holloway's Pills, all
danger woult? be avoided, for the stomach
and bowels would oe gently but el'ectually
cleansed hv this milu aperient; the d*pruved
niimors correctea anu ine secretions duly regulated. A perfect cure would «.oon be effected, and tbe I'ttle patient restored to soun"*
health.
Female Complaint.,
bead:»che,
Indication,
Infloei bi,
liiBammttton,
Inward Weakne"*,
Ll-er Complaint,
Lowi.e.* of Splrlu,
Rinjrworm,
Rheuinat'am,
.•-all i lientn,
Scald*,
Skin Direasea.
tg- VOTICE.—Voneffeot'lno without the enirraved
trauc-mark >ro'ind each pot or boa, signed bv DR. J.
iAI.GIMl., 43 Fallon street; New lork, lo cminlerfe I
which is lelony.
n,J- Sold hy all respectnble Dealers ln Medicines
throuuhnut tho United States aud Car. ida—at 36 cenl*
per'xjx or pot,
A. O. Langley & Co.,
Agents for Vancouver Island and British
Columbia.
st2
Reduced Prices for previous years-
Siibitorlbfrs may obtain ihe Rcpi'int* immediately
preceding 48e6, is foll<-wi, viz. :
Blachoood from 3''jitem'.pr. I8P4. to December, 4865
locluilve, at the rate of $2 60 a year.
Tlie eXnrlh Briliih from Jtmtnrj- 18R3, to Tiefember,
1*G6, iBOlUtytt tht Etlinburgh nr\ too Westminster trim
Ap il. 1864, to Decemler, 186), inel'i-Ive, and Hip
London Quarterly \vr theyenr 18'6, at the rate of $1.10
a year for each or any   evi-w.
jp^ A few coplen yetrimtin of all the four Rerieiet
for i863nt $4 nset, or (1 60 for any one.
LEONARD   SCOTT   &   CO.,
Publishers, 38  Walker Street, j\Y. T.
L S. fc Co., nli,) pohlith the
F-A.TllvIFE,»S O-XJIDE
By Hkipt .ci»pqrs«, if Edinburgh, nnd the hue J. P.
Nomtos, ■ ' T Ir <<\\erte.r 3 vols. Royai OotaTO, 1CO0
paent. and DaraeioiH  Engravings*
Pdce $7 for th* two To\araes—by Mail, pott paid,
*» » aa t$
Holloway1 Pi. t ue tho beat known remedy in ik
world fr* the following diseaiei:
Roll! at the Ffltabiishment of Profesnor Holloway, 941,
fltrand, {near Temi'le Bar.) I, n«1on ; aln« by all reijwci'
able Dnigirifl'3 anil DealPrs in Mr icineathroughout tba
civilized woritl, at the 'ollnwjng p: ice»—!», \j(,, 5, 0d.t
t". M., lis., 22s., and 33p. each bqx.
Ague
Aflthmn
Bi II ioutt Complaint'
Blotclios   oti   tho
.^kin
Bowel complaints
Colic«
Constipation ofthe
Bowl*
Consumption
Debility
Dropsy"
Dyientry
Erysipelat
Ffinale  Irregular
lilos
Fever of all kind*
Fits
limit
Head Ache
lndlge*tio*
Inflammation
Jaundice
Liver Complaints
Lumbago
Piles
RheoroatimR
Retention of Urine
Pcrnfii'aorKinf •
Evil
•'ore Throats
stone and lirava
^eeoudary Symptoms
ic-Doloreux
Tuition
Ulswe
VciuTral      tttto
tlona
Worms    of   i
kinds
Weakness     from
whatever rauso
*»* Thero is a considerable saving by taking tht
arger sizes.
Direction* for thegnidrnee of pallets in every djor
der are affixed to each box.
I'RtxTiD and Publifhed by McCLtat k Oo. »t
tbe office, LaogUy Street.

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