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 VOL. I.
*9S*ma -
"EVENING TELEGRAPH,"
runi.irfiiKii
Everv   Evening at  4   O'clock,
(.i.ilurduy and Sunday evenings excepted.)
also nun
SUNDAY    MORNING !
VICTORIA,   VANCOUVER
TK.itMS of BUiisciiifriogr i
I'er Annum, In advance, by mall,        f 10 (10
rur sis  ineiithi    _# '"    0 ...
"it K Mk, payable loUtrrlw '.'.'.'.'.'" ±1,
piufi^L.,,.1™, ; ::....:.;.;   ™
For terms of Advertisemont applv at the
Office. Lanjley 8treet-
New Advertisements.
SAN   FRANCISCO
OYSTER  SALGQN !
Oovernment   street,
Between Gus Keysor's and W. Wilson's
THR UNDERSIGNED, I.V VIEW III' TIIE
" Good Times " folks said were cinniiif,',
hue OPENED the above premises, uml intends
to OPEN THE BEST OYSTERS thu market
furnishes.    Tliey will bo
Uoanteil
f'rin (1
Stewed
In or Out of the Shell
JJ®- Open at nil hours.
■ e 23-lra .1   1!. lll'KM.
The "
91
J
OPPOSITE THK TELEOBAPH OFFICIO.
For a  glass of choice  liquor go  to the
" Urotto,"
There " none but the best '' you  will
find in tbe motto.
Mint Juleps, Sherry Cobblers—everything
cooling; 	
Come yc that do thirst, you will find its
no fooling.
• oc2
NEW   WESTMINSTER
G ABIE   DEPO T,
YATES   ST.,
Next door to  the corner of Government,
opposite Zclner's Drug Store.
a IHE SUBSCItllSBU HAVING MADE AVt-
raugemeut8 to receive from dlfforont
parties the produce of thu Islnnd and country
will bo prepared to lurnish
Game,
Fish,
Fruits,
Poultry,
Eggs   and    Vegetables,
Each  and all iu  Iheir season, nt the lowcit
prices.
JAMES   AU.i:\.
ocl lm
HAVANA CIGARS.
1EWIN &  ANTHONY,
TOBACCONISTS.
47 Tates St., Brick Store
Next to Corner of Government St.,
BEG TO INFORM THEIR FRIENDS AND
the pnblic in general that they will con
etantly receive by every steamer a good as-
eortmontot Genuine Havana dlgai'N
and the Bent llranil* of Tobacco,
imported direct for this market, so that they
are able to compete with any hr.uso on this
Island, either Wholesale or Retail.
N.  B-—Special   attention will be paid  to
Country orders.
HEIMAN LEWIN.     |     LOUIS ANTHONY,
oc 2
LIST OF ARRIYALS
At the Mount Ararat Hotel during tho months
of Juno, July, and August, 186G.
Jane—His Excellency Governor Kennedy, Mr
William A Q Young, Mr. Benj W
Pearse.
July—Messrs Jas Wilcox, F Dupray, Jns Reed
Mai-ii linn, John   Dand, Louis Philpot.
F W Alwood, J R Ford, E S Hutch, Sir
m Jas Duuglas, D Fraser, E S WUitting-
li.iin.
August—H B Seelye, W R Stronach, J
Rnbensun Stewart, Tbos Lett Stal-
achiaidt, Uobt Burnaby; John Nichol-
jon, M M Titus, F W Green, Benj W
Pearse, Acting; Surveyor General, R
Hoinfray, H 0 Tii'ilemanu ; James Mc-
Cutchftn; Wm D.imy, Wm Wilson,
Joseph Hilton, R 1) and .1; Kenneth Mc-
Kcnzie, Jr, Wm 11 McKcnzin, David B
Blair, Uhas Rudfuru, CU is Kent,
se 4-lm
N'.'W   Ailvfi-liseniciits.
LINCOLN   HOUSE!
Cor- Washington and Front sts,
PORTLAND, OREGON.
ST. €. HATTaiBllElf,
Of  the  St.   Nicholas   Hotel,  Victoria,
HAVING takfn- Tin: ABOVE HO08B,
wishes to iiniiouuco to the publie tbat he
l« nam piep*red io accomodate gneati in -,
satisfactory manner. Nothing will be left undone, which ii in tbe power of the proprietor
to oo, 111 render gnesta comfortable.
Portland. August 24lh, 1800 oc 14
NEW BUTCHER  SHOP.
Wm. B. Townsend
T2T2'.
EVENING TELEGRAPH
J{
BBS TO  INFORM TIIE PUBLIC THAT
SATURDAY   NEXT
He will re-open tho
Euroka,     Market,
GOVERNMEHT   STREET,
Adjoining tho Masonic   I1cii.iii.vii,
Where lie hopes,   by  keeping  a  good article
and  by stiicl  attention   te business, to
merit a share of the public patronage.
•e 26-lm
THE QHEAT   KEMEDY   OF  THE
AGE.
HOLLOWAY'S OINTMENT.
The   effect   ot (He   Ointment   on   the
Bystem
To the very core nnd centre of all dlsinses
which aHect the human body, this remarkable
preparation penetrate*. It disappears under
tbe Irietiouot the hands, aa salt disappears
when rubbed 11,100 meat. The unguent performs its healing errand rapidly, safely, aad
without pain. Simple eruptions, open sores,
hard tumors, fcrolulom developments of all
kinds, aooessel,  cancers, old wounes. nnd, in
iftJr'itKSiP'wVA^HI te§Wffl»H8i M/tU'e
glands, or fimong the musdtM, can bc .\nrsleb
in ita destructive  con rat*, and   permanently
cored without danger by nibbing in tbis iuea-
titnAblu Ointment.
Had    VtOttt*  Iluil   11 ri umi>4,    Suns,   and
Clean.
Tn many Hospitals in Europe this celebrated
remedy is now used tor tbe cure ol old wounds,
lOrej, and ulcers ; in Spain and 1'ortugai, nnd
in many parts of Italy, tbe lirst Pliysicitma re-
nigularly presenile its use. It is a sovc.cigp
remedy l'ur bad breasts and bad legs; and likewise for all skin diseases. It is to be found in
the chest of nearly every sailor, soldier, fine
emigrant.
Impradenetei   **r  Vouth: -Horn  umi
llleart*
The above class of complaints is surely re-
•loved by uiglitly fomenting tbe parts witl
v^irm water, and tliou by most effectually rub
oing.in lliis Ointment 1 IVrnoiissiillViingfioa
tbe.se direful complaints should lose not a nn)
ment in arresting their progress, ll should bl
Understood that it is not lufficlwit merely to
BDSflM the Ointment on the allected pans, bin
it must be well rubbed in for some eonsiderabli
time two or three times a day, that it may be
taken into the system, wln-iire it will rcmuv.
only hidden Bore or would as i-HVetualiy m
though it were palpable to tho eye. Bread and
water poultices, after the rubbing in ol ll'
Ointment, will do great Berviee, This is thf.
only proper triMtintMil for females in cases c|
i-amrr \,\ the Itomaoh, nr for those who aulli(
Irutn a general beating dOH n.
PIUl,  PUtlllM, MlilrtiMiM,
Blotches, M&llOswelHngl. can with eertalntj
be radically cured il tlie Ointment be *\%\■<»
freely, and the I'ills be taken night and morn.
ingasrecDiiiineiideii in the printed instnn UlODI
When treated in auy other way these complaint,
jnly dry up iu one place to break cut iu mi*
>ther ; whereas this Ointment will remove the
humor from the system, and leave the patien
1 vigorous and healthy being. It will reqain
.ime, aided by \be use of the 1*1113,10 ensure
asting euro.
Dtp!In riii,   Bronchitis,   Soie   Throat*,
Any of the above class of diseases may be
"tired by well rubbing the Ointment three
..imes a day upon tbo skin covering tbe throat,
cheat, and neck ot tho patient. Tho unguent
will soon penetrate tbe pores and givo immediate relief. To allay the fever and lessen tbe
inflamation. eight or ten Pills should be takes
night and morning. The Ointment will pro.
duce perspiration, which is so essential for
removing fevers, sore throats, and those op-
pressiona of the chest which arise from
Asthma, Bronchitis, and other causes.
Both the Ointment nnd   Pills   should
bv  used   In  the  toUoivtng Cases t
Bad I.*£H
Rn) Breaxts
Burns
Bunions
Bit" nt MoBchetne*
and Sand-Flfei
octi-liar
Chiego-foot
Chilblains
Chapped  Hands
Com* (Coins) Rheumatism
Sanearii |£c»itU
C >n traded       and Sore Nipples
Sti il .Joints
KU'i'linntiaiis
POitutM
Oout
Ulandular
lines
mbago.
Piles
Swell
S< re Throat
Skin fllsoaa
Scurvy
Son bonds
XnaioT*
Views
Wounds
Yaws
Sold nt t^e EstshlNhment ot TitoFHssoR Hoixowa
.J44, Strand, 'near Tempi0 Bai), London ; also by a
respectable Drueclsts r.nU I*enler«i in Mutoluari through
mil the civilized world, at the following prices Is, l>.d
LDd. 4s rid.. Us., 22., and 33a.T each l'ot.
%*   Tlwre s a cooeidi'rablesuvinghy takiug tlio laryii
Ink
N B.—Direotiqos f»r (he jriiidanro of Patents in  ovm
disorder are aUlxvd lo each Pot.
GENERAL
Job   Printing
ESTABLISI|,T|E.\r
Langley Street, Victoria,
The  Printing    Office
OF  TUB j
EVENING
TELEGRAPH
Office is replete with every appliance
and variety of Material ibr tha
Execution of
LETTER PRESS  PRINTI^!
In all its brunches, whether
Plain or Ornamentjal
'pilE OI'lHi: AIMS at seen
X such speedy Kxncution of QMeN h
consiiilent wilh correct and clegani \V
diaoBhlp.
ing
i  is
irk-
u i
Orders reeeived for Printing
Books, BusintsB Cards,
Pniii|ililets Invoicus.j
Cutaloguej Bill Heads,
Sermons, Trade Forms,
Reports Circulars, (Plain    ,
Rentals, Coloured,)
Leases, Hand   Hills. (I'lain or
Law Forms of every Coloured,)
description,
For Prices,   apply   at the  Office
Langley street,
General News Agent
J. Stratman.
EMPIRE NEWS DEPOT
Cor. Washington & Sansome su.
San F"ra.ncisct>.
rpilR ADVERTISER Is prepared to supply
_l wiili puiH'tmiliiy mid celerity the annexed
newspapers and periodicals upon the following
terms All orders, to receive immediate niui.-
tion, must be nceompunied liy cash remittance,
and handed in previous to the 4th, 14th, nud
24th of each month.
London Daily Tlroei $14 00
"       The Field —. 11 00
"      lll,i.irated Timed  "00
"       Weekly Time.        ">0
"      Beil's i.i Te in London 1400
'      Weekly Dispatch 14 00
"       III. New.oftlio World 14 00
»'     Public Opinion  "60
'      Index (Free Trndii) MOO
"       III.   Spoitinj News  8 00
"      Spectator  Hl'O
"       Re»iew    1400
»      Saturday Keview 14 00
Dnlilli Nation 1800
Lnn.lu.i Illustraled News  .14 00
Allai."c Monthi;- 3 0"-
Plackwood'sMaccnzine 3 00
Hurp.'r'n Mafa'zine 3 00
SUl'enny Ma«szine 3 ml
Knickerhocker 3l,
PaciHc .V mt'ily "" 3 00
Hodey'aUdleiBook...,    8 00
Jlml'cal Ho.t 3 00
Continental Magazine .,  3 00
Madam Oemorest's 'onthlv :J00
F. U'llle'a new Family Ma?.mne  3 00
ChamVr*' Bdtnbarglj  ooraal 4 00
Monthly   papers, "lice a   Week 6 00
" '»       AHlhe Year. Kound 6 00
Thackeray's OormhlllMagastne O 0C
London Lance I 6 00
G. A. Sala's Temple liar 1 oil
Loudon Society  MaRaaino ti oo
St. James Mamiine 0 00
Edinburgh lleview 10110
London    Hevlew 10 00
NoitlillrilisliHeviiny 10 00
iMtmlnrttt Rei iew 1 o no
I onilon Art Journal 1|00
Minioi ti  Smelling V.f 1000
I. ANTHONY,
An Appeal   to   the  Citizens of
t Victorn, V-1.
'IHK   CONGREGATION   BMANU-Bt  OF
I   Victoria, v. i.. in meating ., lembled, this
ilni. Saturday, Sept. 2M. i ■ j,
l!es,,lv,-,|, Thut ihe uiil oT our   Fellow   Citi-
1 ■       ill Denomlnatloni ba ollcltad through
the iiillwwiii(; aathorized and duly appointed
Committee.   And   tbat   »ucb Commitl
deavor, by everj maani In   their   power,   to
: ,: ■ ' rhi      ■ nun of tbe debt ur mort-
n tbe I ■ .i littah Synagogue muy he
'-.iiu-rllioi. Knotvlng tba liberal flews and
u.i oi tl '■ citizens ,,f Victoria, tbe eon-
V peg ition baa not lbe - Ighteal doubt (making
due allowance for tbe dulli ei - of tbe
tbal tbeir npp al will nn 11 with that reepome
wblcb the exigency of tbe caae requiraa.
A, JACOBS, President.
Secretary.
ll! W. COHEN,
I.KWl- LEWIS,
D. KHIRP8KR,
J. W. KBYSBB,
»e24 Committee on Bubicrlptlon.
AYER'S
CHERRY
PECTORAL,
r0A THE UAl'lI) CUKE OF
Colds,  <oio;;h*.   and
Iloui'srnrsN.
TlniMnn i«. M\-i-*„ 90th Deo^ 1SS5.
Du..!.(.'. A Yi:it: I iIn ii", httitttBtOUy
tlm twrtt n-iiii:Jy I |iavt< '-ver fotnitl tot
Oonghi) Qowmhom, iniiu.'ii/ii, mnl tho
eptacnmltant Rjnnptomsof a •''■hi, in yuur
Ciikuiit Pi-i'Toiivi,. Itoooutant dm In
my pnetiea aod tnyfaroiljfor tba but
(■ ii yean bai ihown ii to pi—nM mpn
rior virtiit-rt (be tbi treatmant of ilifno
complaftita.     BBBM KNIOHT. M.D.
A. B. UOItTLBT, 1'.Htj..on;TRv.N.Y.. writes: "1 Iibto
nae.] ymir PfOTOUt mv—II" and In mv familv -ver nhicii
ymi inviMiti'ii it, nml 1>< li.'V.- it tlic b**i»t rn»-<li<-iit** fur its
jmrp'-ii'i'V<r put .nit. With a lnt.l culd I hIiuuH MODM
juy twenty-five dollan (bra bottlo thuu do without it, ot
tak" any other remedy."
Croup, W hotipiiiEr Con^h, InflncnzR.
Hl'Bl.fOFIEI.D, Mlflfl., tab. 7. 1%6».
UnoTitER Atth: T will cheerrally Otttlf/yoar PfOKMUl
i^ Ou in-i renrady tn mmbmi br tba enrt of trTwrntttg
Otntgh, Croup, and the cbeit dlieaaM "f children, w- ol
yuiir fraternity In the South appreciate yonr BkUl, and
commend your medicine to our people.
HIKAM CONKLTN, M.D.
AMOS LEE. Esq.,Momteret. Ia., writ.tt, Bd Jan.,I860]
UI had a tedlotu Jnfltunza* which confined ma Indoora
n\x weeki; look many mealchiel wllbout relief; finally
trifil yonr Pxotobal by thn advice of our clergyman
The firat doae rellared tbe eoreneai in my throat and
lungK; leu tban one half Uu bottle made me completely
wlf. Your medldnei me the ohtepeat ai «"ii ai thai eat
■or., t-t.n int v. an.] wt I'.ti.'iii TOOj lioct'jr, and your rcuio-
Asthma or mi.*^-'''!-"
W£HT5lSWii.Ji»««l -Wrrt»trt,iti«.
Sib: Yctir CiniRRr Pectoral i« porfbrmlogniarreuoni
curoB fn thin MOtfon. It hai ralleTM eevaral I'nin ui.tnii-
lm; nrmptoma o| oqninmption, and in now curing a man
wbo hai laborod nuder an afroctlon nr tlm lungi (br tho
laat forty yean. HKNKY L I'AKK?, Merchant
A. A. RAMSEY. M.H.. AuuOIf, Monroe Ph.. Iowa,
wrii i'h. St-pt. >'•. 1-'>.'.: " linriTiic tny pnn lire nf many yean
J Iihvp fnimd nothing eqnal to yonr Qftajun Pectoral lor
gtrlngeaae and rellei tu cooanmptive ponontij or wring
such iih aro curable."
We might add TOltUDM of cvidonco, lint thn most con-
viin'im; proof of thu virtues uf this remedy is fouud lu its
effects ujion trial.
Con sumption a
Protmlily no om> remedy Ul Vttt Iwen known which
cnr*>d so many mnl lUCb damreroiiH oaaM as this. Soma
DO human aid can reach I but even to those the CiifiJif
Px'.tokal affbrdi rellei and oofaiftn '-■
■Aitor Ilocur.. Nkw Yohk Citt, ^Inrch fi. 1RA0
pncToti Avm. Lowitlt! 1 feel it a duty nud a pleninra
lo i iii. -nn you what yonr Chbrrt PKCToaat baa done for
ou wife.   She had been five months laborli    under tha
- lymptomei roirammption, from whldi no aid
M'< nld prnenre aave bar much ttjUtt   She irai eteadlly
fUUngi '"iiil Ur. Mrun-,of tlili ciiy. where we aKtt coma
t'i idrlce, recommendod a trial of your medicine, ^o
b mi iii- Itlndnou, ai wa ia youi Bklfi, (bi abi hai reco*
in ' from ih .t dair. Bhe ii nol yel ni ttrou% u she need
[o i..'. bul is free from her conflh*aod culls hci-if well.
v. un wiih gratitude and n . inh
nKI.AMli) MIL'.IIV. Off BEttLHTILU.
Omsumptirr*. do n il despair UU you b we tried Arm'i
CutHitv PicToftAL. It in iiuuli'hy nneofthe baal mi Meal
ehomlata in the world,end itt cures all around w iM-*|>eok
tlic ln,,li merits uf Its \irtms,—JVii/«i«.-//i/ii(i Isd.jrr.
Ayer's Cathartic Pills.
I'm: »,|. nro. of nn'inium- ti I m bon
t.in. .1 tii. i, utmott ''' !"' '"' ' thii
put     r* which if kii.wn te man,   Fannmnnilil. pmolk
I  Uttl tlHM I'll i ll ii    i Hn
r\   i:.      ■'.     Unw)       i i.i      ■. 4iii uii-
| |.    i  III. i ■ .:■      .IK
-I, trot po' ir |n i,,^
■ pi ,-i   .'in.. '
IUIII,    .,      ll, .    .    ■    I   . I.
Hint ■ \| ;      i >■   'ih ■ i i,i|.i.-.iii iii-'ii.nllinn i
lirwil mi! i;r,i\i  .li.tiiiii]. t. Mi.iriliil'i .!i'.:i.|i 11.  .I1...1-
Uiuo Willi i-tnii|;tli In tin- wholo ..v-i-iii. \..l .-'.i\ .In
thflj 1 in.  thi eTorj -I iv ■■ 'i'i Iftlntl .;*■■
lldablo um! -lnli :  ' 1' it  hnve Imtllnl
tin'   I.-I  nt liiini.ui  skill.    Wliil.' tiiry j.rinini.'imwi lini
elTi'iiB. tli,iy un' ut tin- mini" inn", io diminished d       tlie
bafi'Ht uml l«t |,h>>i, iii,:   u I    ■ **\ilq   llbl
II, ini; »ni,'ur-i.',iuti I. tin,1 mi' |iiii|iJiuit !<• Ilk": uml ti^inR
pnn'ly vi'u.it.ilili'. nn f.i'In 1:1 in:;  rifk it liniii.   Cutvn
liuv,' beph nniili' which snipan belief star, *ii y not mil>-
.tiititMiiil liy linn ofmtch exalted ;■ ■ iti.'i, >ml chnneter
u to forbid tho mipldon of niiinitti. Mnuy eminent
clercymoii uml phjstdaiu h*Te 1,'iit tlii'ir nupea to cortl*
fy tu the public tha niitiliilitj nf my remedies, while oth«
ers bnvo Bimt.nio tlio imsnrmice of llnii uvirtlnn that
my Prei'aratiiniH contiibiite Immensely to tli.- relief „r my
afflictt'd, sufibring follnw-lnoo.
Tlm AROitt In-low nnmcl is plru?od tn Attntsh irriitl. my
AmoririMi Almn line, contuinilipili rtTt inns fort ln-irusi1 nnd
tertificutes of thi-ir cnriiH. of tbo followinp complaints: —
Coalivenosp. Bilious Complnints, Hhi-nmntimii, Drprajr,
Hoarttnirii. Headache nrlntlg from a font Stotnach, Nun-
sou, Indigestion, Morbid Inaction ofthe Bowels and 1'uin
arii-in^: liii'rofnun. Flutnloniy. boss of Appi'lito, nil Uloor-
ons nnd Ct'tniicons DtsshAM Which liipiiro nu ovncntnit
Moilioino. Scrofula or Kind's Kvil.   Tiny nlso. by purity-
Inir tho mats} nml stimulating tbo system, cuts nany
complnints Mbirh it would not bs suppupoil they COUM
reach, snob as Ilo.afucss. l'urtial llliiniiii ss, Neuralgia nnd
NoiM.iis 1 nitability, Doningemenls ofthe I.ivor and Kiil-
noys. Gout, and othor klliilrod rolnpliiints nrisilip from a
low stftto of tlio body or oli.tructii'1, "fits lumtions.
Do not be put olT by utiprinciphsl dealers with somo
other pill thoy make more profit on. Ask for Ater's
Tills, nnd take nothing Slse, No otlu-r they cun piro
you oompuros with this iu itn intrinsic vnluo or rurntivo
powers. Tlm sirk wuut the boat aid Umro is for them,
and tliey abould have it.
Prepared by Dr. A. tt. AVER,
Vradical and Analytical Chemist, Lowell, Mass.
"*kx liB Cts. i'kii Pox.   Five Poxss for $1.
a, ,1.11 nv
MOORS Sc Co., Victoria,
AMJ ALL DRUGGISTS
se-lii
Dissolution   of  Partnership.
NOTICE.
'I'HE   PABTTOBSHIP  HF.HRTOFORK EX-
1   Istiug in!.'.,, n   Tbomu   Naplar  Iliblieu
nml Jamet Onrnrdl, under the nam* or firm
<il llililii'ti i Curswell, has b(aa  this day dii-
lol. ml hv lillltlllll roii-'i-iil.
Tlio mi :n'■-■•■ 11 ill in future  be  carried   on
liy Mr. T. .V   Hibben, who Will   pay   and   re-
1 ■    '   ill inumy duo  to  or owing by tbo Int*
firm
Uuted this 13th dny of September 1886.
THOMAS XAPIER HIBRE.V,
JAUta  C'AIISWKLL.
Witness  to  tlic  signature of Thomas XauUr
Bibben,
QlOROI Peaiikes.
Solicitor, Victoria, V. I.
Witness to the Si^nnttirc of James Cunwell,
Roiikiit Bmhop,
Solicitor, Victoria, V. I.
se 13-lm
Relief   for   the   Afflicted.
THE INTIIOIH.TTHI.V UF
Perry     Davis'
Vegetable Paiu Killer
To tlie Suflerinij  Iliimani'y of this Age
litis relieved more pain, und caused morn
real joy tban any other one thing tbat can
bc named.
Our first Physicians  use it,   nnd  rccommen
its use;   tho  Apothecary finds  it   first
among tho mediclnea culled for, aud
tbe wholesale Drugo-i.st considers
it  ii  tending article  of bis
trade.     All the dealers
iu medicine speak
nlike in its favor; and its
reputation ns a in-'^icitie of great
merit and virtue is fully and permanently established,  and  it is  the grant
Taniily MediciDe   of  the Age.
livery Volnnti, r should hnve a bottle. In case
of sudden attacka of Disease.
Taken Internally, cures
Sudden Colds, Contois, &c.,
Weak Stomach,
Qeneral Debility,
Nui^ini,' Sore Mouth, Canker^
Liver Complaint,
Dyspepsia nr Indigestion
Cramp nnd pain In lbe Stuuiach,
liiiunl Complaint,
Painters t! ilio,
Asiatic Cholera,
Dlarhoea and Dysentery.
Taken externally curei
Felons, Bolls, nml Old Sores,
Severe Burns and Scalds,
Cuts, Bruises ami Sprains,
Swelling of the Joints,
Ringworm and Tetter,
Broken llrensts,
Frosted Feet and Chilblains,
Toothache,
l'aiu in the Filec,
Neuralgia uud Rheumatism.
2?AT2sT   KILLBE,
Tnken internally, sliould be ndnlterated
widi milk or water, and sweetened with
sue;tir, if desiretl, or made into a Byrup
witb molasses. For a COUGH and
Bronchitis, a few drops on Sugar, eaten,
will be more effective than anything else.
For SORE TEIROAT, gargle the ihroat,
with a mixture of Pain Killer and water,
and the relief is immediate and cure positive.
Sgy» It should not be forgotten tbat
the Pain Killer i» equally as aood to
take internally ns to use externally.
Knell bottlo is wrapped wiih ull directions for its use.
I Price* 25 cents, JO ct.uia & $1 per bottle. 6fjnring   Cdtgraplj.
TUESDAY   EVENING, OCT.  28,   186U.
gi  _ . . .    „l
The  0«*i»ui'ure of Governor
Kennedy.
His Excellency Governor Kennedy
leaves our shores to-day. Two years and
u half ago lie came to the colony amid
the booming or cannon aud tlio shouts nf
a juyott multitude ; to day ho leaves us
with uo wore demonstration of regret
than can he squeezed out of a few uiifoi-
tunate or obsequious men. In vain has
every effort been made to " drum up " a
I ielirymo.se crowd; nil that can be mustered
to do " doty " on the occasion aro a few
volunteers and the flunkeys from I'eter
Knnk down to the Chronicle Jenkins.
What a commentary ou His Excellency's
administration I The people hailed him on
his advent as the mun who was, according
to hisspeeehes at the time, tocarry out their
wish ; the nun who was to assist them iu
cutting down the expenses of the Govern-
•M«nr nnd in inaugurating a policy that
would bring our tesotirces into play, and
make the British subject proud of British
rule. What, however, hus been his conduct ? Instead of diminishing the people's burdens he has increased them beyond precedent. Instead of carrying
out tlie public wish, ho has trampled upon
every popular aspiration, aud thwarted
every effort to introduce laws to promote
thu settlement of the country. Instead
of nourishing ai:d fostering a Ilriiish sentiment, and causing British inst iint inns to
be respected, he lias, iu conjunction no
doubt with tho noodles of Downing street,
driven the people to petition Her Majesty
for annexation to tho Uuited States, uml
reduced tho status of a British subject
down to a Mexican level. He has done
even more. He has used his position of
Governor to!foster the growth of those
reptiles.which infest every youthful British colony—which aro the excrescences of
English life—we mean the "snobs."
Hostile to every independent man—to
every person who presumed to differ from
himself—nnd overpowering in his attentions and favors to those who were willing
to bend the knee that "thrift might follow fawning,'' be lias encouraged the
growth of tho most despicable of all
classes of the human species—ihe creatures
S& to'ffie"sl&"rff«$ W&rW* ffltiii of
the hand, the sociul condescension of socao
fellow-worm a little better off than themselves. This is the only thing His Excellency has promoted—the only class of
population his administration has increased. The industrious and independent
men, the only element that can ever save
a country from ruin, he has been driving
gradually away; tho very steomer, lo
fact, which takes him from our shores,
carries away the men aud their families who fondly hoped to make a home
for themselves under tho British flng in
this beautiful island of the Pacific, but
who are now forced into the great lie
public to get that livelihood which Imbecility und superciliousness have denied
them here. Further comment is useless.
His Excellency has only to look around
him on the steamer Active to see the
fruits of his administration
Wo do not wish to embitter the departure of Governor Kennedy ; but we
would be untrue to ourselses and tho public, to remain silent while thc adulation of
sycophants is ulttinpting to falsify the
true feeling of tho people of Vancouver
Lland on His Excellency's lenve-tuking
We nro ready to beur tribute to Uov.
Kennedy's good personal qualities, and
the amiability of his family ; but all
the BOcial excellences in the world can
never counteract the mischievous tendencies of his political rule. We believe in calling things by their
right names, and in criticising n
Governor as we would nny otlier public
man. We are not of opinion that cocked
hats and go'd spurs give immunity to any
perBon. and when we find their wearers
dangerous to the country, cither through
their ignorance, or through their antipathy to the popular voice, we believe in
deuouncing them, even though tbey may
be taking their departure from amongst
os. No person, but the veriest flunkey,
can be sorry at His Excellency leaving
thccolony; but our worst wish for Governor Kennedy is, that his experience on
Vancouver Island may be beneficial to bim
and that if- he obtains another Governorship, he will surround himself wjth fewer
parasites, and be guided more by the
popular voice.
New Advertisements.
New Advertisements
SAN   FRANCISCO
OYSTER  SALGON !
Government   street,
Between Gus Keyser's and W. Wilson'*
rpnP. UKDBRSIQnD, IN VIEW OF THE
A " (iuii'1 Time* " tulks said were coming,
li.,- OPENED tin* above premises, ami intpmls
tu Ol'EN THE Bfifll OYSTBBS tho market
furoishe*.   Tliey will be
Koasled
Fried
H te wed
In or Out of the Shell-     %
ties' Open at all hours.
oc23-lm J   B. BUKLL
EBMOVAL.
W.   HEATHOO
BEGS  LEAVE   TO  INFORM  III3
Iriei.ils  and tbo  public  tbat  be  bas
removed bis
Boot and Shoe Store
To Government btbeit, two doors from tb*
" f.'oloDist anil Gbroni'le " Ollicej where bo
will eontinuo his Boot Muking busiucss.
BOOTS AND SHOES HADE TO ORDER
Of the best materials and workmanship.
N.B.—Repairing done flt shortest notice.
oc 23
NOUVEAUTES
D'automne et  D'hiveb.
J. H. TURNER EI1 CIE.,
Out l'lionneur d'informer leurs
amis et lo public quil viennent de
recevoir uu assortment do Nouve-
autes do Modes ties Moilleures Mais:
ons de Paris.
MAISON DE LONDRES.
Septembre, 1866. oc23
LTXMIIBIEIR,
A   LARGE   ASSORTMENT   OF   ROUGH
ant] dressed for sale cheap,
J. ROIIEIITSON STEWART.
Victoria, V. I., 20ih August, 186C. oc 22
iRE--o:FEisn3xra-
CLEU'S
Restaurant,
r> IIV I JVC* ROOMS
An|  Coffee  Saloon.
rjpHE PROPRIETOR IN THANKING THE
I. public for the very liberal support with
which they have favored bim in the past, has
much pleasure in announcing that having
rebuilt, embellished and rendered the above
establishment unequalled in the city, he will
re open it to-morrow (SATURDAY'; October
20tli, 1800.
The   Culinary Department
Being perfect ia all its arrangements and
under the management of a lir.-t class Cook,
(verytbiug will be supplied in superior atyle
and with the utmost promptitude.
O. < l.i: IB. feels thnt in recommencing business be can with confidence
solicit a renewal of public patronage, as with
the increased uccouiuiodatiim and improved
facilities for currying on tho business which
be now possesses be can guarantee entire satisfaction to nil uud placo the attractions of
tbe establishment above competition.
THB   UP-STAIRB
DINING ROOM
Which bas been handsomely ' furnishfid
is in style, comfort ond economy superior to
any similar establishment in towo.
HOARD PER WEEK    -   -   -   $G and $T.
Meals at all hours   -   -   -   25c to 50c.
Oolleo per cup with Rolls    -   12Jc.
Hot and Cold Joints always on band.
N. 1).—Tho bskery business will ho carried
on and bread of the best quality delivered
throughout the town. oc!9
To Milkmen and Others
THREE OR FOUR FIRST-CLASS COWS
for sale.    Good  milkers aud warranted
perfectly gentle.
Apply to
G. NIAS,
oc 19 James Bay.
3STOTIOE.
THE ROYAL HOTEL,
Wharf   Street,
HAS REDUCED ITS PRICES TO MEET
tlie times, and clean comfortable beds
can beobtained.fpr 25.^1)16 per nightor $1 50
per week.   Board $1 per day.
S. HILL,  Proprietress.
N. B —The Hotel is fire-proof. cc I
NOTICE
Assignment   Deed.
Date of Deed 10th October, 1886.
Date of execution 16th October, ISM.
Partus — MOSES BPOBBORG k JII.RS
RI'EI'T', Irftdlbg mill'i tin- nun,-
ami style of Sporborg k Itiuir, of
Wlmri htri'i-t, Vicloriu, Vancouver
Isl.iiid.
TuiSTKS-DAVID   I.EXEVI-E,)   . .,        .
JOHN  WII.KIB,        /or Victoria
Assignment of the a hole of tbe partnership
property excepting thi- furniture and pcrsonn]
effects of Moses Sporborg.
Registered tiii day st 11:15 a.m.
18th of October, I860.
RICHARD WOODS,
ocl8 lm Acting Registrar.
2STOTICE.
RHItirr'l Omen, 1
Victoria, V. I., October 17th, I860. \
rpiIE LISTS OF ARREARS OF REAL
X Estate Tax, f.ir the year ending June 30,
1865, have been placed in the Sheriff's hands,
with instructions to levy tbe same according
to the provisions of the Real Estate Tax
Amendment Act, 18C2, nil such arrears which
shull not have been paid to Hie Sheriff at bis
otlce. within live days from this date, will bc
levied accordingly.
W. K. II. ADAMSON,
ocl 7 Sheriff.
UNTOTIOIE.
In the Supreme Court of Civil Justice
Vancouver Island.
In  lankruptcy.
WHEREAS A PETITION FOR ADJUDI-
cation of Bankruptcy, bearing date the
17th day of October instant, has been du y
filed by William Henry lluskinson, of the
Citv of Victoria, Merchant, Miner and Trader,
and he having been declared a Bankrupt, is
hereby required to surrender himself lo His
Honor Joseph Needlnim, Chief Justice of the
Supreme Court of Civil Justice of Vancouver
Island, nforesnid.'on Wednesday, the 31st day
of October inst., nt 11 o'clock iu the forenoon,
precisely, nt the Court House, James Bay,
Victoria, and make a full discovery and disclosure of bis estate and effects, when nnd
where the creditors are to come prepared 10
prove their debts and at the first sitting to
choose Assignees aud commence the examination of the Bankrupt, nnd nt the last sitting
the Bankrupt is to finish his last examination.
All persons indebted to the said Bankrupt,
or wl*o have any of his effects, are not to pay
or deliver the'same but to David Lindsay,'of
Government street, tbe Official Assignee appointed, and give notice to
ROBERT IIISHOP,  Solicitor,
oo|17-td Bastion street, Victoria.
To the Smoking Public!
[
rtAVE   JUST   RE-OPENED   THE   OLD
'I'ohiicco Store, Johnson Street,
0 1/uim- « „„„,, w «n-uNOTOW in «-,>• 1
Rcc( ntly occupied by Frank Campbell, where
I wi li ,„„r
1 HB    BEST   BRANDS
—OF—
CIGARS, TOBACCO, &c.
—A L80—
ALL  KINDS OP  FRUIT!
Mfy old Friends and  the Public  generally
are requested to give me a call.
ocl# •' I'OltTI 4,1 ;:si.   JOE."
In the Supreme Court of Civil Justice
Vancouver Island.
\
nsr BA.3srK:KX7BTa"v,
In re Charles Dupond, n Bankrupt.
NOTICE IS HEUEHV GIVEN.THAT
application is i tend d 11 be made at
tne court to bc holden on Wednesday the 24lh
day of October Instant, at 11 o'clock in tho
forenoon, lo His Ho or tbe Chief Ju-tice,
Joseph Noedham, Esq., to annul the Bink-
ruptcy adjudicated un the bankrupt's petition
herein.
Dated tbis 12th day of Oc'oher, 1806.
ROBERT   IIISHOP, Solicitor,
oc 16 Dubtion Street, Victoria!
UV
HERMAN  SHULTZ,
—AT~
His Well Known and Old Established
Stand
The Government st. Boot Store,
Has just received per steamer
A   FINE   ASSORTMENT   OF
Ladies' and   Children's   Shoes,
Which he offers at a very low price.
Receives by each steamer from England and
San  Francisco
BOOTS     <Sc    SHOES
or  THI
FINEST   AND BEST QUALITY,
FRENCH   LEATHER,
—AND—
SHOE     FINDINGS,
At prices to correspond witb tbe times
oc 12
New Advertisements.
Mrs.   Hein
KEEPS   CONSTANTLY  ON   HAND  Til*.
latest fashions in
MILLINERY,
—AT—
Prices  to  Suit the Times,
UOVEKN'MKM'     KTUEEr
Between Fort and Broughton. oc 8
U
VIRGINIA
J»
By Steamship Active.
TOBACCO   &   SEG-ARS
FOR   TUE   MILLION!
F.   CAMPBELL,
Hns received   the most celebrated VIRGINIA BRANDS by express from
New York City,
Twists, Railroad,  May Flower?
AND TIIK
ADELPHI   COLD   BAR,
Manufactured expressly for bim,
ATLAMIC AND PACIFIC UM TWIST
and other Tobnccoi too numerous to
mention.
Meerschaum, Briar Eoot,
 AND	
ALL KINDS  OF PIPES,
Playing Cord*. Matches- -all
variolic*.
Havana   Cigars
By the Cargo or Sample.
US?* Office of C. F.  Greeu'i  Victoria
uud KmjuiuiuIi Express.
i. c.oipbell,
0(4 APELPUI .SUGAR STOKE.
ALICE   BROWN'S
FANCY   TWIST
SMOKING TOBACCO
JUST RECEIVED AT
A..   F.   KEYSER'S,
HAVANA 01GAB4 DIRECT.
Also on hand
Wine Sip, Peach, Apricot, Mary's Own,
Light Press, d, Natural Leaf, Buffalo
Tongue, and Atlantic Cable
Tobacco.
JUST RECEIVED  PER BARK RIVAL
A Fine Assortment of
Meerschaum   Pipes.
Call and examine.
oc B-lm
EBMOVAL.
=», DR. BARNARD HAR REMOVED
his Olliee to Douglas street, first
house on the right side, south of
Fort street. Dr. B. is conversant with all
the modern Dental improvements, nnd uses
none hut tho hest materials in his profession.
Teeth mounted on Gold Plate or the Vulcanite Base in the neatest and most artistic
tn miner.
Chloroform  ndmliii. tered  and   Teeth   ex-
traiii'l without pulu     Advice rendered gratis.
Oflice hours from I) a. in. to 5 p. m.
Vicloriu, Outoher 8th, 180U. oo fi-lm
JSTOTICE.
MARTIN    BROS.,
IMPORTERS  OF
Groceries and Provisions,
FIREPROOF BUILDING,
LATELY OCCUPIED RYL'HOTELIER A Co,
WHAEP       STREET.
oc 6
New Advertiseimnts.
Alhambra
BILLIARD SALOON.
cokiizr <.ovi:mw:\ r a\i> tates firs.
TTP-ST-AJmS-
^ntrance on Yates Street.
oc ."I -1 in
NOTICE.
FROM AND AFTER THI3 DATE I WILL
accept
Bank Bills for Bents
Or for any other payments to be made to me.
H.   E.   SUELYE.
Victoria, V.I., Oct. 3, 1866. oc 3
FASHION MUSIC HALL,
ADJOINING WELLS, FARGO 4 CO'S,
Yates    Htreet.
riMIE   PRI1PRI ETOR   TAKES GREAT
1    pleasure iu announcing the »rnv»l of tha
ccloliMllcil
PRIMA DOXNA & PIAXISTE,
Madam Josephine Berndt,
Who will every evening entertain tht riiitarf
with selections from the most farorit*
OPERAS,
And Iho most
POPULAR BALLADS,
In English,   French,   Italian, German,
Hungarian, Spani'.h, etc., etc, etc-,
Being one of the most accomplished
Linguists and Vocalists of the
Day-
In addition to the talented Madam Berndt
thc scrvics of the following galaxy of beauty
have been engiiged to wait upon customers:
KISS   MILROY,       MISS  SWEET.
"      DEVRIES, "     WALSH,
MADAM     KENIE
Open every evening at St p.m.
rjiviissioisr    free.
C.     BROOKS,
oc 1 Proprietor.
Chronicle   copy
Ayer's Pills
Are particularly adapt*] to
derail gemeiiUof thedlgestlvo
apparatus, and disease* erio-
► fug tf tu impurity of tho
blood. A large port of all th*
complaints that afflict mtta-
ki id originate lu one of theae,
and consequently tli cm PtUbO
are found to cure many vut-
^^^^^^^^^^^^^ Ctiea of dtsouse.
Ful'joitjp'I are tin' statements from some eminentphy^
cf&ua, of their tIIrets in tlieir practice
As a Family Phtsic.
From Dr. E. If*. Cartitrriaht, of iVtno ih-kttmr.
"Tour I'n.i.s in*- the prince of purges. Tlieir excellent
qnalltiee surptvtM miv rattnulfa we ikmm'ks. They are mild,
but mtv (trliiin un'l cff'-ctuiil in thoir action on the bowels,
wlii. li mtkttt ili-'in iuvuluublu to us in the dally treatment
flCdlNIM."
Foh Jaundice and all Liter Comflaikib.
From Dr. Theodore /lelt, of Xev Tort City.
"Not only nut vour I'ii.lh ndiiiirahly adapted to thifr
piirj-.-nc it ■ an itpi'iifiit. hut I tlti'l their beneficial effect*
upon the LivtT vtry nmrked Indeed. They hare In tny
practice proved more effect unt for the cure of bilious otm~
jtlainti than anyone reniody I etm mention. I sincerely
rejoice tlmt lire imvu at b-in'i li A purgative which It worthy
tho eoulideuco of the proftsMOfl und the people."
BlfSI'EPSIA — Indioestiox.
From Dr. /lenru J. A'««x, of St. Lonim.
"Thn Piuj yuu won kind enoqgti t<i nod mehew btw
all ic I in my prnrtico, and faaveuatlHttoil me Ihat they arw
truly an extraordinary incditiii''. 80 peculiarly are they
adapted to the riiscHne* or the human syntem. that they eeeia
to work pom tliein alone. I have cufod some cast* otdyt-
ptptia ami indigfttinn with them, which had resisted thw
other remedies we comnmnly am. Indeed I hare experimentally found them to be unettiil in u I most all Che mtstw
plaint* for which you rucommcud them."
Dysentkby —rJiA«ui».KA — Relat.
From Dr. J. O. Green, afChit*eioo.
" Your Pir.t.s hnve had t» leiii; trint in my practice, Md I
hold them In MtAHB an ono of the btflt apoi'jeute I have ever
fuund. Their lltnvtlvi effect Ul»n I lie liter mnttee them
an oxo'll-nt ruincily. whin L'ivi-n in kuiuII denes, for Idliour
dysentery md diurrliati. ThHr eugftr-ttwtiiig makes them
very imvpulik) uud ojuvoniuut for thu use'of women aud
children."
InTBUNALOhSTKCCTIOX—WoitMS-^VPPREMIOW.
" I find one or two large doses of yonr I'ills, taken at th*
proper time, are excellent |»rotnollfM of tho natural secretion when wholly or partially tupprwd, and aUovoryef-
fei-tint) lo I'letmie the etonnuli nnd expel worms. Tliey an*
so much tho tit-t phj.se we havo that I ncommcodnoolQer
to ui" pttiiontd."
Cpnhtipation — Costiveness.
From Dr. J. /'. \'a\tohn, Montreal, Gmada.
" ' rn) much cannot be snid of your Piujt for the cure of
coftivenrst. tt othara of our fraternity have foand then
as efficacious m I have, thiy should Join me In proclaiming
It lor the benefit of Dm multitudes wbo nrffer from that
complaint, which, ftltliou^h bul enough In Uwif. is the progenitor of othen that oi-o worr-e. 1 'bellevtt cmdirenesi tea
•riffnttfl in the liver, but your Pauialftct tbat organ and
euro the <u ■ i- ■-.'
iMFUBlTni of the Blood — Sctiopula * -T,bt-
IIPRLA1 — Salt RhbHH — Tettek — Tumol*
— HlIEUMATIflM — Got T — NeI'HALOXA.
from Di. F.iekb-I Unit, /'hilndelpkio,
" Ynii wore rtyht, Doctor, in Myinc that yoor PllW purify}
the btood. Tbey do thnt. I bin 0 n- ■! them of late yean ia
my prwtice.amf sgreo with Tonraritiomenbinf rtielrefflcaeyi
They stimulate tho txcretorie*. tind enrry off the impuritlco
thnt stngiinto in the blood, eugumlerlng dltmse. They
atlmulatd tho ort-'unn uf dl^ekliua, and lufuse TiUUity and
vigor Into the lymft.
wSnch reniedm as you prepare are a national benefit, and
you dewrve preit cn'illt for tbem."
Fob Uk.\]>aciii;—Sick Headache— Fo^'lStomach— I'i i.rs—Dhopsy—I'LiiTHaiu—Paiuiysi*
— Fits —Ac.
From Di: F.dttnrd ttovd, Baltimore.
" Drst I" Ami I esnnof answer you what rnrnplalnto
I bave cured with your i'ill> bettor I linn to uv all that im
ot t.-itt with n fiiir.iuh.e mrttidne, I place grsat depend-
eio-e on nu cFTo'tuui cathartic In my daily contest with Aits*
vase, and hclluvlng as 1 do thnr your Pillu afford us the beet
w« have, I uf course vMue tbem highly."
M»~ Most of the I'ills In mnrket rontnln Mercury, wbtchv
slili iiiuli a valuable remedy In skilful hands, Ii dangornue
lu a pnhlh' pill, from the dreadful coosm|uoncea that ttftf*
qii'Mitly follow its incautious use. Theae contain uo memory or uiinoral eubsluuce whatever.
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
Hns long been manufactured by a practical chemist, and
every ounce of It under Ma own eye, with Invariable accuracy and care. It ik ttealed und protected by taw from coqd*
teitViiH, and cotiwqucBtly can be relied on aa genuine^
witbtint adulteration. It suppllea tlm surest remedy tho
world baa ever known for the cure of all pulmonary complaints ; for Coughs, Coum, Hoarseness, Asthma, Crouf,
M'uoopino Couob, BnoncniTis, Incipiknt Comi'Hpnott, and
fur tbe relief of cousuuiptive patieuta in advanced stages of
the disease. Aa time makes these facts wider and better
known, this medicine has gradually become the best roll-
auce of the afflicted, from tbe log cabin of the Am*rlean
peasant to the palaces of European kings. Throughout
tbis entire country, in every state and city, and Indeed almost etery bamlet It contains, Cherkt Pectoral Is known
as the best of all remedies for diseases of tbe throat and
lungs. In many foreign countries It ts extensively used by
their most intelligent physicians. If there Is any dependence on what men of every station certify ft hah done fhr
tbem; If we can trust oar own senses when we see tbe dan>
gerous affections of the lungs yield to lt; If we can depend
on the assurance of Intelligent physicians, whose baslnaoo
is to kuow; in short, If there is any reliance npon any
thing, then Is It Irrefutably proTCn tbat this medicine doea
cure tbe class of diseases it is designed for, beyond any and
all other remedies known to mftukiml. Nothing but iti Intrinsic virtues, and the unmistakable benefit conferred on
thousands of sufferers, conld originate and maintain tho
reputation It enjoys. While many inferior remedlea hero
been thrust upon the community, have failed, and been
discarded, this bos gained friends by every trial, conferred
benefits on the afflicted they can never foi^et, and produced
cures too numerous and remarkable to be forgotten.
Prepared by Dr. J. C. AVER,
PRACTICAL AND ANALYTICAL CHEMIST,
•       LOWELL, MAES.
JJFD SOLD BT
Moore   &   Co.,    Victoria
AND ALL DRUGGISTS. (girtniitg   Cdfgrapjr.
TUESDAY  EVENING,   OCT.  23,  1866.
A Nkw .Stab.—Misa Alice Kingsbury, a
yoang And beautiful "star" wbo has recently
■risen in tbe theatrical firmament of Sun
Francisco, bas turned tbe beads of all playgoers in the Bay city. The young lady is
from tbe Western States, and has not appeared in any of thc metropolitan theatres.
Tbe Bulletin says : Miss Alice Kingsbury was
greeted by a (ine bouse ou her second appearance, last evening. Sim coufirmed the favorable impression of the night before, and established beyond dispute her claim to the distinction, if not of a great, of a very clever
■rtist. While she ia not free froid faults of
style, she is so sprightly and naive, has such
a fresh, joyouB face, such a sweet voice and
such grace of manner that she disarms criticism. We are content to sit and enjoy, without stopping to inquire if she is always
scrupulously artistic. Of her singing we
cannot speak so flatteringly, iler voice seems
to lack the true lyric qu ility, and while I"
pleases it does not satisfy us,
Iiimiiiuation to Cakada— The number of
immigrants arriving at tbe Port of Quebec
from tbe opening of navigation till August
21st, was, according to official returns, 25,-
210, an Increase of 9,560 over that during the
corresponding period last year. Of tbis
number Norway contributed a little more
than one half, England one fifth or 5,041,
Germany 3,330, Ireland 1,040, Scotland 1,875
and Belgium 117. The immigration from tbe
United Kingdom was 2,304 less than last
year, while the other countries showed an increase, that from Norwuy being 9,825.
A Modest Haao.—Though favors are fulling
fast on Angus Cameron, the winner of the
Queen's prize—even, as the Inverness pnpers
state, he was presented by some ladies with a
bouquet of flowers on " descending" from a
railway carriage—lie bears his honors with
meekness and modesty. He Iibb resumed his
position behind the counter of his brother, a
grocer, at Kingussie, and goes about his duties
as if nothing particular bud happened.
Inquest.—The inquiry into the rircum-
etanci-a causing the death of the Indian boy
Charley was resumed to-day. Dr. Davie,
sen'r. having made a post mortem examination
of the body, deposed that death had been
caused by a blow on the back of bin bead
causing the fracture of the skull and extravasation of blood on the brain. A verdict of
■wilful murder wns then brought iu against
the Bel a Bella Indian, who was shown to
have made an attack on deceased.
Hbavt Failure i» Glasgow—Messrs. Ed-
ington k Sons, Kngineers and ironfounders,
Glasgow, have failed, Mr. David Law, sole
partner in the firm, having suspended payment. Tbe liabilities are reported at £243,-
748, and the assets at £121,504. Mr. Law is
a creditor to the amount of £73,000, of the
estate of Messrs. McEwen k Brysou, suspended.
ItovAt. Ixsuuancs COMPANY—The annual
report of this company announces increased
business and continued prosperity. Notwithstanding fire losses, which are above thc
average, £G,543 has been added to Unit reserve, and £103,146 to the life and annuity
funds. The usual dividends have been declared.
change of feeling towards liim, and he
wns assured that fair play should lie
shown. The buttle lasted thirty-three
minutes, during which twenty-seven
rounds were fought, when the heavy, killing l.'nly blows which McCool planted.
rand "Iter round, on Jennings, rendered
him unable to respond to the call, and for
tin- second time Mac wus hailed the
winner.
Davis's first appearance in the fistic
arena was with a mun named Pearson, iu
California, whom he defeated. On the
•'Hit or May, 1802, he fought Torn Duly
at Port Wine, California, for f 1,000,
winning Ihe buttle after a rattling good
liyht in fifty four rounds, which occupied
fortvseven minutes. On the 14tti of June,
18(14, he met and defeated Patscy Daley
at Virginia City, N. T., in eight rounds.
Ho theu went to New York city to look
for a job of hundiwo'k, when he found a
customer in James Dunn, of Brooklyn.
They fought on the 16th of May lust iu
Pike county, Pa , and ufter a very stub
born uud hard fought buttle, which lasted
one hour and six minutes, during which
time forty-three rounds were contested.
Davis had to lower his colors. Not feeling satisfied with his defeat, he agaiu
cha'leiiged Dunn, but the latter declining,
Klliott was substituted for Dunn, and a
mutch was made between them for $1,000
a side, to light in Schoharie, N. Y., ou
the 21st December, 1HG5. The Albany
police interfered, and tho fight did not
come off. Davis then issued a challenge
to " any living man," which was accepted by John Woods. The fight, however,
did not come off, and so Davis has borne
the tille of Champion of America for the
past two years, siiflply for  the lack of a
Nsw Dry Docs.—A San Francisco telegram of Saturday last says, Ihe contract has
been signed for the construction of a stone
dry dock at Hunter's Point nbout four miles
■oath of San Francisco, which Is to be thc
largest stone dry dock in the world, to cost
13,500,000.
Cam to ais Muck-a-muck.—Jim, the Indian imprisoned for robbing the dead b idy of
Edmund 1'rin, and who recently tried to
Starve himself In the gaol, has given up that
pleasing idea, and now takes his muck-amuck like a christian.
Aora ax» Ma8Tsrmas's Bask.—Th» creditors of this institution, who number in,nun
•nd represent claims of £7,500,000, nre
shortly to receive a dividend of 5s. in the
pound. The Vttili/ News says nn active movement il on foot for the resuscitation of thc
bank.
Tbi present population of Rome is 210,701.
Tills is an increase of 30,000 since 1861, and
of 3,300 during the past year. The increase
has been partly natural and partly owing to
the concentration of emigrants from other
parts ot Italy frttn political motives.
Last Trip ov the Active.—Next trip of
tbe Active to New Westminster will bc tho
last under the present arrangement. It is to
be hoped that the foolish and uselessly expensive system of a double subsidy for oue
purpose will be abandoned hereafter.
Sailiko or tbs Steamer.—Tho steamei
Active sailed to-day at half-past three o'clock
carrying His Excellency Governor Kennedy
aad family, Mr. D. M. Lang and family, Mr.
W. B. Smith and family and a full list of
passengers.
Foa Nasaiiio.—The steamer Sir James
Douglas did not sail for Nanaimo this morning, owing to a slight accident to her boiler.
She will go up to-morrow morning at the
usual hour.
Citt Couxoil—This body to-day presented
• complimentary address to His Excellency
the Governor.
TELEGRAPHIC
Ea»lern.
New Yoiik, Oct. 16—Tho Pott's
niouey article says the price of gold has
gone dowu, but closed with uu upward
teudeucy.
Europe.
The steamer 8cotia brings the following
news :—A Fljr, nee disputcl! says the
following are the principal conditions of
the treuty of peace between Aunliia mnl
Italy : Tbe frontiers to be added to July
ure those which constituted the frontier
of Venetiu, while under the Austriau
rule. The atuouut of debt assuiu.-d by
Italy is thirty-five million florins, which
is payuble iu eleven installments iu 24
uiuutlis. Venetia is transferred to Italy
with its assets and liabilities ; its assets
3,500,000 ; its liabilities 63,000,000
florins. Venetians residing in Austriu
ure to have the right of preserving their
Austrian nutiotiality if they desire ; all
objects of url as well as archives belonging to Venetia will be restored. The iron
crown of Lombard* will also be given up
to Italy, treaties which formerly existed
between Austria and Sardinia will ■gain
come into force for a year, during
which period fresh arrangements can
be concluded. Private property belonging to political prisoners which had been
sequestered by the Austrian government
ia to he restored with reserves of rights
of state for ouctliird- A complete amnesty will be accorded by Loth Austria
und Italy to all persons condemned lor
politic il offences, to deserters from either
urmy, and to persons compromised by
their political conduct.
The   American   t liaiupionslitp.
Io a previous issue we gave a shor
summary of tho fight for the Americui
championship, 'Ihe following in connection with American pugilism, from tin
New York Herald, may uot be ultogelhe
uninteresting:
Fighting in the prize ring was inuiigur
ated iu Great Britain about a centur
und a hull ago, and the first champion
were Figg, Mack und Broughton. Sine
that time, un'il a year ago, England ba
hud her champions in regular succession
lint by the retirement of Tom King, whr.
ill't.iti'd lleeuaii, and the repeaied fall
tires of fi'.'h'S to come off, Englaud is uow
I radically without a c ampioii,
Prize lighiiig was introduced introduced into the United Stales by the ad
vent of George Keusett, au i njlislimnii
a lii'le over forty yenrs aj-o He louglii
Ned Hammond at Coney 1-laud, N. Y.
After a severe s ruggle Hammond wns
declared tbe victor, after receiving u foul
blow from Keusett. A number of aspir
ants quickly sprung  up for fistic honors
The title of champion of America was
first given to Tom Hyer after his dt-feul
of • Yankee Sullivan ; hut as be did nol
make fighting u profession he relinquished
the title to Morrissey after ihu latter de.
feated Heenan. Monks y's refusal io
meet Heenan u second lime lost him thn
championship, und Heeuan carried tin
honors to the field of Furusburoiigh
where he strove to unite them with ihosi
of England Ho failed, however, and noi
returning to maintain bis title in tbia
country Coburn and MeCocI fought foi
the championship. Coburn won the renown, but, uot caring to hold the honor?
by fighting, he resigned the title to give
others a chance to win it iu t'le magic
arena ; and hence the present fight.
Since that time Coburn's fias o witl:
Mace, in Ireland—in which, probably,
both were partly to blame—has become
matter of fistic history, but no great fight
has come off in AmerVa since Coburn and
McCools's contest. Davis, one of Ihe
present combatants, was matched to fight
Jim Klliott, but the uffair ended iu smoke,
the men never coming together.
Michael McCool is un Irishman by
birth, and an American by citizenship.
Horn in 1 Hit", he is consequently twenty-
uiue years old, or loir year.i younger than
ni* opponent. His lit-st nppeuraiice iu
ihe ring was wilh Win liluko, known as
" Dublin Tricks," of St. Louis, McOool
ut that lime hailing from Louisville, Ky„
where ho was euguged in Ihe business of
a steam outiuan. Tho match was for
$v!0U a-side, and came off nt Twelve Mile
Island, nenr Louisville, June 27, 1859,
McCool winning in thirty-one minutes
aud twenty nine rounds. In this fijlit he
showed that, although a hurd hitter und
gume man, he possessed no science. His
uvociition of river boatmun currying him
frequently to New Orleans, he there met
Tom Jennings, who had just returned
from an unsuccessful visit lo New York to
getou a match either with Price or Aaion
Jones. Several gentlemen, aware of Mac's
abilities as a boxer, aud anxious to test
Jecning's boasted powers, induced the
former to conclude a match with Jeuuiugs
for $300 a-side. They met up the river,
near New Orleans, May 2. 1800, McCool,
while en route for the place designated,
having narrowly escaped arrest iu consequence of the authorities taking possession
of the steamboat he and his friends had
engaged. Ue was compelled to walk a
distance of eighteen miles to reach the
place of fighting, and even then had uo
one to secoud him. Entering the ring,
which was surrounded by Jennings' partisans, he fouud himself almost alone and
without  friends ; but on his publicly a|i-
pealiug to  the crowd to give him a fair  boi> C00i_Ul, onij pr.ctie.bie Piu or nuiataimag
show, which was all be required, caused a t*»:tii n jouti, manhood, ,tt di ***.
New Advertisement*.
XJJSTIV IESI1Y
— or—
WASHINGTON TERRITORY
-■l'HIS INSTITUTION WILL REOPEN Ot
1 the 17tb itint. Pupil) of both eeiet reeeived, wbo will be eipectei to lurnish their
own rooms, wi ich ure provided in separate
building-*, free of charge.
The   Expense   ot   Boarding   and   Tuition,
wi-.hout incidentals, »ill   not  exceed $10 per
quarter of 11 weeks, payable in advance.
For further information address
REV. GEO. F.   WllITWORTH,
President.
Seattle, W. T., Sept. 1st, 1866. ocll
OLYMPIA OYSTERS
IX   EVEKY  STYLE AT
A.   \V>   PIPER'S,
ind i Hi-
Best Welsh Rarebits
On    THE    ISLAND.
H It
A. & W. WILSON,
House and Ship Plumbers
CASFITTERS,
B-LL-HARGSRS & TINSMITH;.
FOItT   STREET.
411 order* promptly attended fo
oc 2
Jesse  Cowper,
Ik,
EEMOVAL.
A.  BULER  &   Co
HAVE    REMOVED
TO THE STOKE ADJOINING TIIE
MASONIC BUILDING,
Next door to T. V. Hibben k Co., where the;
BUY AND SELL LADIES' AXD GENT'S
cast-olf clothing.
Clothes cleaned aud repaired at the sbortes
notice.
Be 25-tm
Wholesale and Retail Dealor in
I BOOTS AND SHO
LEATHER,
—AND—
SHOE    FINDINGS,
YATES   STIIEET,
)PPOSlTE WELLS, FAROO & Cc
At the olil stand of Webster & Co., is
ri'pnred   to   supply  the  wantB  of  thi
public in his line.
The Latest Ptvl°s
Reci'iveil by every urrival from  Einflni i
und Sim   Francisco, oc li
REMOVAL.
DR. POWELL HAS REMOVED HIS
.Surgery aud Kc-.-ideOM to the corner cl
DOUGLAS AND BROUGHTON STBBBTt
(ni-iir Fort).
Office Hocns—9 A. M. to  12 51., and  t
P, M. to 10 P. M.
August 22. ft :o
SOMETHING NEW
UNDER   THE   SUN.
A HEW ERA IN KIDICfflE!
For Sale Ex Camden,
Hosteller, Boeker, and Angostura Illiiei-.
Oregon elder In bbls. and rates,
< inrit in casks, half-casks and eases,
Sauterne and California While H'lne,
French  tlrnhiil DO O.I'.,
I ul'. I llquot, tliinim and Bollenger I ham.
pafMj
And In  More an  assortment  of llr.-nidj
and Liquors suitable for the Trade.
t*tr Depot of Havana Cigars.
EUQEJSE THOMAS,
oc 6 Yutea street.
Ix Gaol.—Tha number of prisoners now in
the eity prison is 28, insane 4, for safekeeping
J. necessary witnesses 5 ; total 40.
.special  \<>li<'«'».
Mn. ZtM begs to announce to the irinnl.it-
ants ot Victoria that he hn« lately rerelvcd a
largo assortment of Children's t.'an iages and
Chuirs, Fishing lliiskels uml Fishing Canes,
and a large quantity of .Market and 'lrnve line
llasKets, China V.tses, Fit"' , Goods and Toys,
all ot which have to be sold on or belore
Feliruiiry next at greatly reduced prices
Goods sold at wholesale lor cost prices.     *
Removal.—Messrs. Solomon Bros, have removed to the two-story brick building on
Government street, opposite the tit- Nicholas
Hotel. They have received, ex ship Mohawk,
from London, a fine assortment of men's
clothing nnd underclothing, which they will
sell lower than any house iu town. Give them
a call.   *
Notice.—Mrs. Digby Palmer begs to inform
her pupils anil the public that she intends
holding her Dancing Class twice a week,
Wednesday and .Saturday evenings, from 8 to
11 o'clock, commencing on the 1st November
next, at the Sing-Verein Hall, Exchange
Buildings, Government street.
French MiLLiyBRY—The millinery department at London House is uow under the management of a lady who arrived by last steamer from Paris. -J. H. Turner * Co. *
RED LION HOTEL,
GOVERNMENT STREET.
I'HE   ABOVE-NAMED   HOTEL   HAVING
J.  been opeued by
JOE     BUEN3
He will be  happy to  meet his  friends  on all
occasions, H.i   will furnish tbern wife
the best of
Winofj Liquors, Ale, Porter, &c
and Ci?ars-
BAGATELLE,   .SKITTLES,   AND   BOXING
GLii VKS.
gjejy* Joe  and
Private  lutoni
Difeuce."
Tom will he  bappv to give
iu  the noble art ot " ftelf-
ocio
Hiillomt's I'ills. — lliajrboea nud IJoitel Complaint!
—Th-ie nulnole. are ever present, mil if lefl unat
tended frffnently terminate fnallj. It should be
everj-wb-ie known that both cboleraand diairhrea depend on the pteten.-e of some undigenied aubsi anee in
tlie Horn ch or bowels, or aome deleteriuui ma ter In
the bloo-1, and that llullowaj's nils can expel either
with eiae and eipediiion. They conc-ntrata in a «ur
pniinf degree purif}inr, alternative, regulating and
ureiiglln'Uiog qualities, and thus exert oyer every internal or-ian the wliote'oinely controlling influence §■
necessary Ll subduing exceaslve action in thc human
fraira. H.dlowij'a medicine may be advantageously
uikeit   "S   a   means <f keeping the blgod pure and the
Yorkshire   Bacon!
Ex Royal Tar,
se26
For sale by
b'ELL k CO.,
Yates street.
BANK OF  BRITISH   COLUMBIA.
Losnox, 3d Augnst, 186S.
FROM AND AFTER 25th 1-EPTEMBlCR,
1866, Ma. David Marshall Laxo will
cease to bc Munager of this Bank in those
Colonies, and Ms. Wm. C'irtis Ward is
authorised to perform the duties o' Principal
Officer of the Bank in these Colonies, signing
all documents as Acting Manager.
By order of the Court of Directors.
JAS. D. WALKER,
se 26-lm Inspector.
SIX MEN,  FOR A PAW MILL ON* PDGET
Son nl.   Canadians   accustomed   to  mill
work preferred. Apply to
MOOSE ii CO.,
oe 18 Yates ;;.-eet.
flssy* Lot the suffering and diseased read
the following.
jjpsj)1- Let nil who hRve been given up by
doctors, aod spokeu of as incurable, read the
following.
Jdfcy" Let all who can believe facts and can
have faith iu evidence, read the following :
Know oil men ly these presents. That on this,
thc Twentieth day of June, in ihe year of our
Lord, One Thousand Eigi.t lluudred and
Sixty-Six, personally came Joseph Haydock
to me, known ns such, and being duly sworn,
d* posed as follows: That he is tbe solo
general aeent for the Dnltld Slates and dependencies thereof fur preparations or medicines knowu as Maggiel's Pills and Salve,
and that the following certificates are verbatim copies to best of his knowledge and
belief.
^-, JAMES SMEITItE,
f T  ^ ) Notary Public,
\ L"b' / Wall street, New l'ork.
June 1st, 1866.
Dr. Maggiel —I take my pen to write yo»
of my great relief and that the awful pain in
try side has left me at last—(hanks to your
medicine. Oh, Doctor, bow thankful I um
that I cun get seme steep. I can never write
it enough. I thank you again and again, and
am sure tbat you are really the friend of all
sufferers. 1 could not help writing to you,
and hope you will not take it amiss.
JAMEi MVER.S, HUAveuueD.
This is to certify that 1 was discharged from
the army wiih Chronic Diari'lnen, and bave
been cured by Dr. Maggiel s Pills.
WILSON HARVEY,
New York, April 7, 1888.        27 Pitt street.
The following is an interesting case of a
man employed in an Iron Foundry, who, la
pouring melted iron in(o a llask that was
■lamp and wet, caused im explosion. Tha
melted iron was thrown around and on him in
a perfect shower, and he wa> burnt dreadfully.
THe following certificate was giveo lo me hj
him, ubout eight weeks after the accident.
New York, Jan. 11, 1888.
My name is Jacob Hardy; 1 am an Iron
Founder; I was badly burnt by hot iron iu
November lust; my burns hen ed, hut I had a
running sore on my 1-g thai would net heal ;
1 iricd .Mnagiil's Salve, and it cured rue in a
lew week*. This is nil true, anil anybody
can now see me atJacksou'a Iron Works, Hd
Avenue. J. Ill BUY,
1 r.i Qoarlck street.
EXTRACTS FROM VARIOUS LETTERS
" I had no appetite : Maggiel's I'ills gnv»
me n hearty one."
'•Your Pills are marvellous."
" I send for another box, and keep them in
the hovae."
Dr. Mng.-iol has cured my headache ihat
was chronic."
" I trave half of one ofyourpllls to my babe
for cholera morbus. 1 he dear little thing got
well in a day.''
11 My nausea of a morning is now cured."
" Your box of Mnggiel'8 Salve cured me of
noises in the head. 1 robbed some of your
salve behind my ears, and the noise left."
" Send me two boxes ; I want one for a poor
family.''
" I enclose a Dollar; your price is 25 cents
but tbe mediciue to me is worth a dollar."
" Send me five boxes of your Pills."
" Let mc have three boxes of your Salve by
return mail."
I have over 200 such Testimonials
As this, but want of space compels me to
conclude. S. MAGGIEL, M.D.
>11«.<.I1.I.'S rilaU  A\D  SALVE
Are sold by
A. C. LANGLEY & Co.,
VICTORIA,   V.  1..
SOLE AGENTS
f*^ NOTICE—None genuine wiihout tbo
engraved trademark around each pot or box,
sigrcd by Dr. J, Maggiel, 11 Pine sireet, Sew
York, to counterfeit which is felony.
Sold by all respectacle Dealers in Medicines
throughout the United States and Can.idss, at
25 cents per box or pot. I
Is
—
New Advertisements.
Jesse  Cowper,
Wholosalo and Retail Dealer in
BOOTS ANO SHOES,
LEATHER,
—AND—
SHOE    FINDINGS,
TATES    STREET,
OPPOSITE WELLS, FARGO & Co.
At the old stand of Webster & Co., ii
prepared to supply the wants of tbo
public iu bis line.
The latest Stvlss
Reoeived hy every arrival from EStutfai i*
and San Francisco. oc 'i
^T-AJJSTTuElXJ
SIX MEN, FOR A SAW MILL ON PUCKT
Souod.   Canadians   accustomed   to  mill
work preferred. Apply to
MOORE ft CO.,
oc 18 Yates strct.t.
Niw Advertisements.
BABK  OF  BRITISH   COLUMBIA.
London, 3d August, 1446.
FROM AND AFTEK 25Tn SEI'TK.MI'.KOJ
186G, Mu. David Marshall Land will
cease to be Mannger of this Bank in those
Colonies, and Ms. Wm. Outis Ward is
authorised to perform the duties o' Principal
Ollicer of tho Bank iu tiiese Colonics, signing
all documents as Acting Manager.
By order of tho Court of Directors,
JAS. D. WALKER,
se 26-lm Inspector.
IFOiR     SALE
1ft
\ GOOD MAKE (IN FOAL), WITH YEAR-
^1   ling colt  by   her  side.   Will work in
single or double harness.
Apply at the
Office of the Evening Telegraph?
LANGLEY STREET. oc 9
DR. POWELL HAS REMOVED HIS
Surgery and Residence to thc corner ot
DOUGLAS AND BROUGIITON STREETS
(near Fort).
Owiob Hours—9 A. M. to 12 M., aud 8
P. If. to 10 P. M.
August 23. so 26
TJ3XTIVEESITY
— OF—
WASHINGTON TERKITOia
"ROUND THE CORNER"
IS TIIE NAME OF THE
IDTE-W    S-A.X.002ST
JUST OPENED IN
Lnngley   Street,   round  tlic
corner from Yates street,
In  tho building formerly  ni-ciipii'd   by   the
Saloon of Euckiiauut's Jluria.
The Saloon has been tastefully refitted,
and will be supplied with tbo
FIRST   QUALITY   OF
Wines  and Liquors.
The proprietor respectfully invites the public to call "KOt'.VD THE CORNER" and
judge for themselves.
UOVEH.NEENT   STHKET    BHTBASOB — N15XT
door to tho Telegraph Uflice.
so 29 JACOB    IlEHKMIER.
For Sale Ex Camden,
Hosteller, Docker, ant! Angostura Killers,
Oregon fitter In bbls. and eases,
(laret In casks, half-rusks and cases,
Santcrne and California While H'lnc,
French Ucohol (ill O.P.,
Eng. (ilqnot, Milium and Bollcngcr Champagne,
And In  More an  assortment of Itriindy
and Liquors tollable lor the Trade.
«sr Depot of Havana Cigars.
oi-1;
EUGENE THOMAS,
Yates street.
REMOVAL.
W.  HEATHOES
BEGS LEAVE TO INFORM HIS
Iriends and the public that be hus
removed his
rpHIS INSTITUTION WILL REOPEN ON
A the 17th inst. Pupils of both Bexes received, who will he'expected to lurnish their
own rooms, which aro providod in sepnrato
buildings, free of charge.
The   Exponsc   ot  lioarding  and  Tuition,
-without incidentals, will not exceed If50 per
quarter of 11 weeks, payable in advance.
For further information address
REV. GEO. P. WI1ITWORTH,
President.
Seattle, W. T., Sept. 1st, I860. oc 11
T&wTwikonT
Hou3e and Ship Plumbers
CASFITTERS,
BELL-HANGERS & TINSMITHS
FORT   STREET.
All orders promptly attended lo
oc 2
Boot and Shoe Store
To Government btiieet, two doors from tin
"Colonist find Chronicle" Olliee, whore hi
will continue his Boot Jinking business.
BOOTS AND SHOES MADE TO ORDE!
Of the best materials and workmanship.
N.1L—Repairing done at shortest notice.
RED LION HOTEL,
GOVERNMENT STREET.
THE   ABOVE-NAMED   HOTEL   HAVING
been opeoed by
JOE     JBIDEUST,
He will bo happy to meet his Iriends on all
occasions, nn   will furnish them witu
tbe best of
Wine?j Liquors, Ale, Porter, &c
and Cigars.
BAGATELLE,  SKITTLES,  AND   BOXINO
GLOVES.
ttW Joe nod Tom will be happy to give
Private Lessons in the noble art ot "Self-
Defonce." oclO
NOUVEAUTES
D'automne ex  D'hiver.
J. II. TURNER Er CIE.,
Oat l'lionneur d'informer leure
amis et lo public quil vienneiit tit
recevoir un assortiment do Nouve
uutes de Modes des Moilleurea Mais
cms de Paris.
MAISON DE LONlfttES.
Septembro, 1866. su'23
Union is accomplished and
Producers Protected.
Tbo country only cun  be saved  by
Patronizing
CAMERON'S  ISLAND   PRODUCE
No. 18  Fort  street,  opposito  Mrs.  neal'a
Boarding-house.
SINCE WE ARE TO HAVE A TARIFF,
'Island Prodneo will be in di'innnd and to
supply the Incronso of orders it hns been
necesBury to make arrangements with several
mole huutors and lisheinien ; also Producers
will always bo able to f,nil a market for their
vegetables and other produce, at reasonable
rates ; whilst consumers can have their demands supplied freo of duty. Tbo market
will henceforth bo supplied witb the finest
Venison, Fish and Game of every description.
Oliinis and Oysters from tho nowly discovered beds nt Ohemainus.
Sinceprcpnrin? tli.' above w(s learn that n
special Telegram has arrived from the Home
Government stating thut Chinamen pedlars
arc to be taxed $110 per bead, per month, and
knowing il to be a total shock to them, the
"Original" will go in mourning for the space
of one month, in respect to their memory.
ON  Y  PARLE  CHINOOK.
oc 7
J. H    Turner & Co.
(IHVKRNMKNT KTIIKKT,
VICTORIA, V. I.
LONDON   FIRM,
J. P. Tunstall & Oo-
LONDON    HOUSE,
September, 1806.
We have received by " Loyal Tar " and late Express arrivals a
great pari of our Auluinii and Winter Stock, ll comprises as usual a
full assortment of Staple and Fancy Goods.
Linens, Cottons, Prints, Damasks,
Blankkts, Flannki.s. kc.
Dress (ionns, Tin-: New Linskvs, SeboES, .Mi.iiinos,
I'oi'i,i.ni.;s, Plaids, At.
Shawls—Rich Brocbe, Wool,Himalayan, ke,.,
Ladies' and Children's Underclothing,
Mantles, Furs, Hosikkv, Embroideries, Lack
Goods, kc.
Millinery — Wreaths, Head Dresses, a beautiful selection
of Bonnets in the Luiiibitlle, Pamela, und other new
shapes;   Hats in silk, velvet, and straw.
'This department it now under the direction tf a First Class French
Milliner, who arrived, by last simmer.
Tie above goods Imve Urn selected by onr London partner with great
tare, and will be sold ou most fuvoruUe terms.
A   Triumph    of    Science
TIIE   T.IOTTT   OP1    TI7R    WniJTT)
PRIME
Yorkshire   Bacon!
E^ Royal Tar,
For sale by
FELL & CO.,
«eIS - Yates street.
[RE OIPEl^I^STG
—OF TIIE—
fflfffi CONCERT ROOM
i'XDER THE BAXAeEBEKt OF MRS. Qt.IRI.ES,
'THIS MOST FAVORITE AND FASIIION-
nble place of amusement having been
entirely re-decorated will re-open This Evening nt 9 o'clock. Mn Nod Reed, tho famous
Banjo Player will be in attendance to amuse
visitors with his minstrel Songs. At the Bnr
the best of enso Liijuors and Havana Cigars
ivill bo dispensed.
Open every Evening at 9 o'clock, admission
free. b< 24
VEGETABLE COMPOUNDS.
They will not harm Lbe idumL delicate female, and
can bs ffl.cn with good effect iu prescribed d«nes to
tbu youiijfOst babe.
For Cutaneous Disorders
And all enriti'iiM or tlio «kfu, Mm SALVE li moM In
valuable. It dot* n d Ii«fc1 < xiemally hIium-, but yene-
tr.U'iwitb tht) wont hiarchmg l|ftO[| Lu tlm v017 toot
ni 1 br, evil.
DR. MAGGIEL'S PfLLS
Iuvariably euro the following Diseases
Asthma,
Buwel Complaint*,
Co uk lis,
CobH,
Chest HI enspH,
CuBtiveneFK,
, D^pi-psia,"1
Diarrhea,
Dropey,
Utility,
Fever and Agi «.
bc 21
II.   Turner   &.   C7 o.,
Agents for Alexandre's Kid Gloves.
THE PARK HOTEL
ffUIIS AVE!,!, KNOWS AXT) REAUTI-
X fully situated Hold is now lilted up iu
he most luxurious style Ibr boarder! nnd
ndgers. Private rooms cun be hud for
mriics.
A TABLE   D'HOTE
VILL   BE    LAID    EVKKV    AFTKKMHf.V
AT   5  O'CLOCK.
Every description of amusement, Including
nuic, is provided Cor thc gncstH.
Lii'lies and gentlemen can find in the Park
lotel u opmfortable find luxurious home.
The best of wines nnd liquors kept on hand.
Ladies can have freo use of a pl.iictuu for
nvn drite.
Hoarding by tho week ut low prices to suit
ie   times. oc 5
Female "omplaintii,
lie middle,
Jmlls-Btiori,
Influpi 7fi,
luliamm itloji,
Inward WeaknenH,
Liver Complaint,
Lowne-M nf Spirits,
P. in g worm,
Rheumatism,
t        Salt Hhetim,
Sea I tin,
rkin Diseases.
jsrjj- \OTICR.—VonpRenvina without Ihe engraved
trade-mark nronnd oich poi or box, Bigned by DR. J.
MAi.r.lH,, 43 Fulton atroet) fcew iork, Lo counierfeit
which is felony.
t,ff Sold by all rospoctnble Doalers in Mediclnea
throughout the United Stales and Canada—a I 26 oexiti
per box or pot.
A. C. Langley & Co.,
Agents for Vancouver Island and British
Columbia.
=o 3
Snorborg1 & Kueffi
COMMISSION   MERCHANTS,
Importers and Wholesale Dealers in
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS,
ISoots and  Shoes,
Wharf street, Victoria, V. 1. oc 2
EKITISH    PERIODICALS.
The London Quarterly Review (Conservative)-
The Edinburgh Keview (Whig)
The Westminster Review (Radical)
The Worth British Review (Free Church)
Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (Tory)
Tho fo:ir'Reviews re-jmbllRhed by MoMtfll SroTr At
To., are jienerally co stdureri nn Lbo Oreaf Ri-vicwB,
itnti HI:nk\\'oiid tian been just I.v placed In Uie tame
rank. Whoever dtupenren wilh radin? pii'tllcatiormof
thfiOl(WB,   wb.tt'wr may lie hi-* VAOem] f nf'iriii.ilion,
u-lfl ii  be nltoifetlii'r lieliind th" time- in whieh he
lives—ind in these times a' jltargQ* mnv rhou net very
far behind. Tnaynwy be read und etudied with ml.
vnntaue by ihe people of thin country, of every creed
and parly.
t**r- ULACKWOOI) Is unusually attractive ot th|j
linn- to AnieneaiiH, not only fir iti sort I articles by
ilUtiui^uiiliiil wiiieis of tit'll.in. bm for ihe account of
Ihe lute civil wir, now being written by (J .1. Von
Borkf, a(ii"inaii ollicer, chi-f-.f-«talf to Gen. J. E. li.
oLuari, of thu Couft>derate army.
TERMS   FOR   18CG.
For anyone of Lbe Kevlews $1 per annum
For an j two ofthe Reviews  7 "
For any Lhreo of Ihe Kevlews 10 "
For all four of the RovlewH,,.., VI **
Foa Ulackwood,i Mavnxin'1  4 "
For III nek wood and oftt Rnviw,  7 ''
For Rbokwood und any two of Ihn  Re-
vb'Wi..., 10 "
For niackwd.danil tbree of lbe Revb»«s..i:( •
For nUckwood aud the four Koviews 16 "
CLUBS.
A discount of twenty percent, wi'l be a'lowed lo clubs
?f four or tltore perhoim. Thus, four o ,pien of
Hlarkwi-od. or ofono Keview will be Hent to ancad-
tlrrss or fl; 12 80. Four cupieB of Lho four Review* and
lllackwood, i'or$4tj, und ho on.
POSTAGE.
When scut by mail, the I'nrr.uiK  to nny part of the
Utiihd   t les wl!l hi t-itt tifenu-four oeutan year lor
"   uimw'oiiii," aud but eight cenli a year for each of
the Reviews.
Reduced Prices for previous years.
Subscriber* may obtain ihe Repaint* immediately
preceding 4S(i6, as follow*, viz. :
Dlackwoml from Seplember, 1864, to December, 1865
Inclusive, at Ihe rate of $2 50 a year.
The North British from January, 1803, to Deeembor,
1868, Inclusive: the Edinburgh mid the WetttnitoSteT frem
ap il, 1804, to December, J865, ineli^ivv, and i)i-
l/yndon Quarterly for the year 18ii6, at the rate of $1.00
a year fur each or any   evl"W.
43- A few copies yet remain ofaB tlie four Reviews
for 1803 at $4 a set, or $1 60 for any one.
LEONARD   SCOTT   &   CO.,
Publishers. 38   Walker Street. N.  Y*
L. S. it Co., also publish the
2*J±2Xls/LJS2Z.'& G-TJIIDE
By Hksht RTKi-nEsn, nf Edinburgh, nml Hie hie J. P.
Nobtu.v, rt Yale , lUlwa. 2 vols. Boyai Octavo, looo
I'ltriiK, and llulnerous  EllKravlnKi" '   '
Price $7 for the two To'.miiw—liy Mall, poit paid,
»8 <* au 23
TUE  ONE THING   WANTED.
HOLLOWAY'S PILLS.
The Itlooil.
These famous pills lire so compoaed tba
they opernte wliuli comely on the stomach, tho
liver, ilu' liowil9,Hinl other orRnns; hy correot-
ing liny (lerunReniepti in their functions
whereby a sternly supply of pure materials tor
the renewal of the Illood ii lurnlshed, and n
constiint iilislriiction of etfete products is effected. Tliw pcrfi'i't circulation thus becomes
the very fuuatain of health and life, and overcomes ull liji-iii of disease wherever ils skua^
tion.
Uenera! DlMordem of (lie I.Ivor
anil  Momacli.
All who ever indulge B* '.able, either in eat«
'tig or drinking, should take about ten of lis«-
tamoos pills at bed time, from which will ree
suit, a clear bead and good stomach tbefcHiw-
ing morning. Tliousatids of Ladies are always complaining of sick headaches, want o
appetite, want of energy, and want of strength,
to correct nil these evils, three or four ol these
I'ills should be taken twice a week, when they
would give the invalid ino health anil appetha
of a ploughman.
Female* or all Afro* and Glasses
Obstructions ol any kind, either in young
or those between forty and fifty—the most critu
ical peiiod of life—may he radically remo'.'?d
by using these Pills according to the printed
directions which accompany each box. Young
persons wilh sickly and sallow complexions
may have the bloom of health restored by tht?
corrective, which purifies the blood and expels all gross and impure humors from tbe system. Beware then of the critical age Iron
forty to fitly, ns it sends many thousands to
premature grave,—these Pills should be take*
it that period ol lile two or three times ,
\eek
Want  uf Strength and Energy.
Persons of sedentary habits, or Ihose troubled in mind, working in Factories or Coal
Pits, who cannot obtain that amount ol fresl
air and exercise which nntnre requires, suffer
liniu weakness nnd delility, lowness of spiri.a
and want of appetite. All such should take t
dose or two of these Pills every three or few
days, as they act gently and effectually on the
system and impart vigor and ehergy te tbe
body, which is always followed by. a good
appetite, sound and refreshing sleep, and •
high flow of spirits.
For the Cure ol' Dropsy.
The cllicicy of Holloway's Pills In Dropsy
is extraordinary. They act with sucb a peculiar effect upon the system, that the fluid?
causing Ihij direlul complaint, are perr.pptin
carried off and prevented from any furthef
acciimu'ation. The snrlerer regains a buoy-
nncy of spirits and rejoices in a completely
renovated constitution. It is indispensably
necessary that the Ultument should he mosl
ellccliuilty I'uhbi'd intu the complaining parla
during tlio whole course of treatment.
Children und their Allim-ntr,,
In no country in the world are more children
carried to an early grave than in Great Britain.
Coughs, Measles, Scarlatina, Fevers, and other
diseases attack the little sufferers, and death,
but too often, follows at e, rapid pace ; yet if
at the first stage 01 these complaints, parents
wore to have recourse to Holloway's Pills, all
danger would be avoided, for the stomach
and bowels would ne gently but effectually
cleansed bv this milu aperient; tbe depraved
nunnirs corredtco. ana me secretionB duiy regulated. A perfect cure would "oon he effected, and the i'ttle patient restored to soun'1
health.
Holloway' PI. t are tbe best known remedy ia th
world fi* the following diseases:
Pold al the Kmnblishmelil of Prolensor IIoIIowhv, 241
.itmnd, (near Temple Bar,) I. niton ; al»'* by alt riiflpcot1
able Druggists and Dealcro in Mi' icineaLliroughoiit the
civilized world, at tlie following |nleea—la. 1^., 6, 8iL,
is. 6d., lit., 22.1., and 33b. each box.
Anne   i Female Irregular* Scrorn'aorKing- i
Asthma
iiif.
Evil
HiiHounComplainU
Fever of all bind*
■*nra Throats
Kit*
Sione and Orave
niotehea   oi.   th<
[font
Kucomlary Symp
skin*
ff*ad Ache
tom* ' '1
Bowel complaints
Imligestjot
iic-Doloreux
Colics'
Inflammation
Tumors
Coiis'.jpatioD ofthe
liiiiiullce
Ulcera
Howls
liivtT Complaints
Vciirrcdl      affec>
Ci -i i sn ni | tion
I.il'iiblt&O
r^*\    .
Hebi'ilv
riltt
Worms    of  a
Dropsy
Uli.'tm utism       •  -
VUftli
Dyiontr?
Reientfoo ef L'rine
WeaJilMH     ttttt
Rrjsipelas
whatever eaui*
Tliere is   a eonKiderable   iaviug by  taking tha
ir-iir siX''9.
1'iiecii'iiiH for the ^uidrnce of |»atieijt» In every dloor
it ii:i' alllxcl to i well box.
Printed and Published by McCluui &Co. at
the offlce, Langley Street.
J£&.

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