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VICTORIA,   VANCOUVER   ISLAND,   WEDNESDAY   EVENING,   SEPTEMBER  12.   1866.
NO. 62.
THE
:/ENING TELEGRAPH,"
I'L'Bl.lSIIHII
Eveniag at   4   O'Clock,
i lirday and Sunday evenings excepted.)
also i:vr.HY
STDAY    MORNING !
TERMS OF   si HM it ii- t |(.\ ,
um, lo advance, by mall, 11(1 IK)
months,      ,,   ,,
sk, payable to Carrier,        2SI
"pl»" ".        10"
jrins of Advertisement apply at the
Office. Langley Street-
SlIscellaneouN.
MKETINO OF Al'llICAV KxPl,ORKRS.—
Baker,  in hU  book   " The   Albert
it»,'' than ilescribeM Ills meeting witli
t. aud Spcke, nft'T finding ttie (treat
source of tlio Nile :—"When 1 first
them  tliey were   walking  along the
of tbe river towards my boats.    At
lance of about a hundred yards I re-
ized my old fiicnd Speke, and with a
, beating witb joy I took oiF my cap
gave a welcome hurrah 1 aa I   ran
rdu him.    For  tho  moment bo  did
recoyuize me ; ten years' growth of
1   and   moustache   bad   worked   a
ge ; and as I *ns totally unexpected,
Hidden  appearance in   tbe centre of
cs appeared   to  him  Incredible.    I
ly  required  an introduction  to lu.s
janion, as we felt already acquainted,
after  tbe transports of this   happy
ling we walked together to my blab
• uiy men suiroumling us with smoke
noise by keeping up an unreinilling
of musketry tbo  whole way.   We
j   ghortly seated on  deck  under the
ing, and sucb rough fare as could be
Lily~pfBpared was set before these two
red, cnrewoin  specimens  of African
el, whom I looked upon witb feelings
• iride as my own counirymey. A" a
d ship arrives iu lmrbor, battered und
i by a long  and  stormy voyuge, yet
• nd in her frame and sea worthy to the
; ,, bo both tbese galWut travellers ar-
: id in Qondokoro. Speke appeared the
: re worn of the two ; be was excessively
: n, but iu renlity he was in good lough
! idiiion ; he had walked the whole wuy
1 U Zanzibar, never having once ridden
:  ting that weary march.    Grant was in
lor ible rags, Imb bare knees projecting
• ough the remnants o! trousers that
; re an exhibition of rough industry in
lor's work. He wus looking tired and
trial), but both men had a lire iu tho
j tbat showed the spirit thut had led
im through.1'
Gallant Rescue.—During the sirocco
it prevailed at Suez last mouth, when,
use the expression of an eye  witness,
1 the Band  in  tbe  desert seemed to be
shinp to the sea,. Mr. I ceil Westbrook,
ief officer of II. M. S. Victoria, ofethe
Diiibny Marine, espied  a  boat drilting
pidly under the   stern  of the ship, but
ch was tbe fierceness of tbe wind  And
inding of the sand that to lower a boat
as    impracticable.      Mr.    Westbrook
'omp'ly offered a   templing   reward   lo
tch of the native crew wbo would swim
am the ship and endeavour to save the
itt and crew.   Accordingly four expert
rimmers were overboard in an  instant,
id in a few moments out of sight in the
ind storm, making bravely for the boat.
hen followed a period of anxious  sus-
ense.   At   last  the four swimmers up-
eared, they had gained   the   bout* and
'ere pulling with a steady stroke towards
le ship.    She  proved  to be a boat be-
inging to ft French frigate tbat had  got
drift  in   the   storm,   with three of tbe
'rench crew, who roust   inevitably   have
erished bat for the quick eye and prompt
id of the officer of tbe Victoria and his
nen.   The next morning an officer from
he French frigate came  on   board   the
Victoria to tender   thanks for the succor
io opportunely rendered.
The cutter yacht Alert, 38 tons, built
by Rfttsey, of Cowes, Isle of Wight,
England, for Mr. William Walker, the
Commodore of the Royal Sydney Yacht
Squadron, made the voyage out,to Sydney
Irom the English Channel in 108 days.
Oa the 30th of May, the Alert entered
Portsmouth harbor on the completion of
her return voyage to England, ihe sea
time being 115 days. The voyages to
Sydney and back to England has neces
sarily been made under jury rig. The
Alert is manned by a crew of seven, all
hands told, who describe her as being nn
excellent sea boat. Since entering the
English Channel she has called in at Falmouth and Plymouth.
Why is a beefsteak like a locomotive
engine ?—Because it's of little use without it's tender.
Now   Advertisement*.
CARRIAiE   PAINTING
IN ALL ITS BRANCHES,
Yates Street.
Between Deluge Engine House
and tbe International Hotel.
Work   solicited,  and   done   on  the molt
reasonable tenua by
W. M. KKOHAN.
Be 2-lm
SDorborg  & Rueff,
COMMISSION  MERCHANTS,
Importers nnd Wholesale Den!e-s In
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS,
Boots and. WlioeN,
Wharf street, Victoria, V. 1. se 8
NOTICE.
Mn. W»l. WILSON HOLDS A 1'OWRlt
of Attorney from and will attend to thc
business of J. II. Tiirimr k Co. during my
absence from Victoria.
J. II. TURNER,
au 27 Victoria, August 21. 1866.
EEMOVAL.
DR. POWKLL HAS REMOVED HIS
Surgery nnd Residence to thc corner of
DOUGLAS AND BUOUUIITON STREETS
(ni'iir Fort).
Omen Unites—9 A. M.  to   12  II., and  8
I\ M. to 10 P. M.
August 23. au 26
HE-OFElsriiTGr
—0»  THE—
QBffl CG8GERT ROOM
I Mrt.lt THE HlYl4ii;il!-.\r OF SMS. Ql MILKS,
THIS MOST FAVO
■*■     ahlo  place  of t\
CHUTE AND FASIIIOV-
ainusemeut having bften
entirely re-decorateil will re-open This Evening nt 9 o'clock. Mr. Ned Heed, the famous
Banjo IMayor will bo. in attendance to amuse
visitors with his minstrel Songs. At the Bar
the best of case Liquors and Havana Cigars
will be dispensed.
Open every  Evening at 9 o'clock, admission
free. au24
FASHION   HOTEL
Concert  Room.
The only Place of Amusement in
Town!
rpIIK  UNDERSIGNED HAVING LEASED
L   these  well  known establishment!) bcg9
leave to announce that they will be
Re-opened on Saturday, July 28.
The former lliUinril Hall has been converted
into a Concert Room, where may nlways be
founil attentive anil obliging attendants.
Rest qualities  of Wines, Liquors, and Cigars served by the proprietor in person.
CHAS. 11ROOKS.
Admission 1'hbk. mi 26
NEW   WESTMINSTER
GAME   DEPOT,
-'ST.A.TES   ST.,
Next door to the comer of Government,
opposite Zelner's Drug Store.
THE SUBSCRIBER HAVING MADE AR-
rangements to receive from different
parties the produ- e of the Island and country
will be prepared to turnish
Game,
Fish,
Fruits,
Poultry,
Eggs   and    Vegetables,
Each and all iu their season, at tho lowest
. prices.
JAMES   ALLEl\.
au 31-lm	
Oriental Restaurant,
YATES   STREET,
In connection with the Oriental Hotel.
IH1S  ESTABLISHMENT   IS   OPEN    I
ALL HOURS 0E THE DAY OR NIGH
THE    TABLE
Will be furnished with the best the market
affords.
Breakfast,
Dinner,
Snpper
At moderate prices,
Oysters   in   every   Stylte.
Private Rooms for small or large parties.
Call and judge for yourselves.       an 30-lm
New Advertisements.
T
"ROUND THE CORNER"
IS THE NAME OF THE
NEW    &ATL.OOJST
JUST OPENED IN
Lnngley   Street,   round  the
corner from Yates street,
In the building formerly occupied   by   the
Satoou of Eiiukiiaiuit's Hotkl.
Thc Saloon has been tastefully refitted,
and will be supplied with the
FIRST    QUALITY   OF
Wines  and Liquors.
The proprietor respectfully invites thc public to call "ROUND THE CORNER" and
judge for themselves.
UOVEI'.SEENT   ITRBft    KNTHAXCE — NEXT
door lo the Telegraph Office.
au29        J.1COB   HERKIMER.
Ihe Only Sure Way to Save the
Country!
IS TO PATRONIZE
CAMERON'S  ISLAND   PRODUCE
IWT.ATZ.lZ.FsT,
No.  18   Fort   street,   opposite   Mrs.   llcal'a
Hoarding-house.
IpAMILIES AND HOTKL KEBPBBS WILL
Iind  always  un hand fresh,   cheap, and
good
Island Vegetables and Fruit,
Inland Fish and Oame of all sorts,
Island Eggs and Butter,
Island Venison cut to order,
Island Poultry, ke., kc, ke.
N. B.—I hereby make known to the public
that, having made arrangements with certain
island farmers to sell their produce, I am
from this date prepared to sell cheaper than
any Chinaman petlillcr that ever ate rice—
" So walk on, Jolyi!''
August t7th, 18(111. nu 17-lm
J.   NAGLE,
Shipping Ms ster and Commission
Agent-
pREWS SUPPLIED AT THE SHORTEST
\J Notice—Goods entered and cleared at
the Custom House; Manifests, Charter Parties,
and Hi Is of Sale made out. Vessels bought
or sold,
jt^r Several small Vessels for sale or
charter.
OfllO*—Bastion street, near the Police
Barracks. nail
HERMAN  SHULTZ,
—AT—
His Well Known and Old Established
Stand
The Government st. Boot Store,
Hns 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     <Ss    SHOES
or Tin
FINEST   AND BEST QUALITY,
FRENCH   LEATHER,
—AND—
SHOE     FINDINGS,
At prices to correspond with tho times,
au 12
Victoria Turn Verein.
ALL MEMBERS OF THE ABOVE IN-
stitution who wish to attend regular
practice, are requested to bo present on the
first Monday in September, when classes will
be formed commencing with thc simplest ex
erciBes, and going through the whole course
CHARLES DKCHENT,
an23 Turnwarl.
USTOTIOIE.
DURING   MY   TEMPORARY  ABSENCE
at San Francisco,  my   brother,   Peter
Matthiessen, holds my Power of Attorney.
Dated Hotel St. Nicholas, Government street,
Victoria, llth August, 186C.    __,___„„
aul5 N. C. MATTHIESSEN.
THIS
EVENING TELEGRAPH
GENERAL
Job   Printing
ESTABLISHMENT
Langley Street, Victoria,
Miscellaneous.
EX  FIDELITER
A Choice Lot of Bacon
.lust   Arrived.
Por-We by
an 2
P.  Gilligan,
STOKE 8TKKKT.
LTJMBER/
A   LARGE   ASSORTMENT   OF  ROL'GH
and dressed for sale cheap,
J. ROBBBTSON STEWART.
Victoria, V. I., ISOiU August, 180C. au 21
EXPRESS LINE STAGES.
iphp   Printing    Office Tm coaches of this like w.yl
i ne   jrrinung    v» moe   ^ now run tega,HT,Ji 1(.BVi„g ya]ei n. o
on
or THK Rlondi
EVENING
TELEGRAPH
Office is replete with every appliance
and variety of Material for the
Execution of
LETTER PRESS  tiUKTMi!
In all its brunches, whether
Plain or Ornamental
THE OFFICE AIMS at securing
suet speedy Execution of orders as is
consistent with correct and elegant Workmanship.
Orders
received for Printing
Rooks,
Business Cards,
Pamphlets
Invoices,
Catalogues
Bill Heads,
Sermons,
Trade Forms,
Reports
Circulars, (Plain
Rentals,
Coloured,)
Leases,
Hand   BIHb. (Plain or
Law Forms of every
Coloured,)
description
For Friocs,   apply   at the  Office.
Langley street.
General News Agent
J. Stratman.
EMPIRE NEWS DEPOT
Cor. Washington & Sansome bh=.
San. F'rancisco.
THE AHVSRTISER is prepared to supply
with punctuality and celerity the annexed
newspapers and periodicals upon the following
terms All orders, to receive immediate attention, must be accompanied by cash remittance,
and banded in previons to the 4th, 14th, and
24th of each month.
London Daily Time* $14 00
"      Tilt KloM -i  H00
11      llluqtralt-d Times m  Too
"      Weekly Times       7 00
"       Bella Life In Lnnclon 1400
• Weekly m»|»tcli 14 OC
"       111. News ofll.e Wuild  1400
'*       Public Opinion  "60
* Iodox (Freulrade) 14 00
"      111.  Sporting News  8 00
"      Siwcwtor  1100
"      Review   .  1100
«      Saturday lleview 14 00
Dublin Nation 1* <X>
I,on<lo.i Illustrated News 1-1 00
Allntl'J MontM-    3»i
lHaekwood'aMagalliie S 00
II .\ip-i'* Mapatiiie   3 00
Sixpenny Magume 3 on
Knickerbocker 3o~
Pacific M inl'ily ••■•...,  3 Ou
(lodev'aUdtes Book..... , 3 00
Vn.iol Hoet 3 00
Continental Magazine I*. I»0
Madam Itetnom't'a Monthly ;l Oft
F. Leilie''' new Family Magaainc 3 OO
Clviio'i'-ru' Edinburgh  ournal 4 00
M"iillilv  pap«r», tlnce a  Week 5 00
•• "        Allthe Venr  Kound ft 00
T'.iackerov'. CornhillMagazino (i OC
London Lance! ....fi no
3. A   Sala'a Teinplo Bar 6 00
I, loo Society Manaime 6 00
St. J Miles Magazine G 00
Edinburgh Review 10 00
London   Reviow ..'.. 10 00
North BrillshRev lew 10 00
ifutminrur Reiiew 10 00
landon Art Journal 1200
Mining 6  Sonltin <:M»g.. 10 00
Monday**,
Wednesday*,
Aud Friday*,
AT 7, A. II.,
FOIt    SAVANA'S    FERRY
(Big Rend Route), until the completion ot th«
road, when they will (ro to Savana's Kerry,
The Coach for Cariboo will leave Vaie on
Monday.
jy 2 F. J. RARNVRI).
TIIE GREAT   KEMEDY   OF   THK
AUE.
HOLLOWAY'S OINTMENT.
The   effect   ol the   Ointment   an    the
Hystem
To the very co-e and centre of all diseases
which affect the human body, this remarkable
preparaiion penetrates. It disappears under
the friction ol the hands, ns salt disappears
when rubberl u,ion meat. The unguent performs its healing errnnd rapidly, safely, aad
without pair.. Simple erupiions. open sores,
hard tumors, jcrotuiom developments of all
kinds, ahceeeea, cancers, old wounes. and, in
fact, every species of inflammation and suppuration, whether in tie skin, the flesh, the
glands, or among the muscles, can be arresteb
in ill destructive course, and permanently
cared without danger by rubbing ln this inestimable Ointment.
Bad   Legs,  Dad  Breasts,* Bores,   and
Vleera.
In many Hospitals in Europe this celebrated
remedy is now used for tbe cure of old wounds,
sores, and ulcers ; io Spain and Portugal, and
in many parts of Italy, the first Physicians re-
regularly prescribe its use. It is a sovereign
remedy for bad breasts and bad legs; and likewise for all skin diseases. It is lo be found in
tbe chest of nearly every Bailor, soldier, and
emigrant.
lmpruileiielcs   of   Vonth ; —Sorea   and
Ulceea.
The above class of complaints ia surely re'
coved by nightly fomenting the parts with
virm water, and then by most ellectunlly rub
oing in tiiis Ointment. Persons sull'eiing {rota
these direful complaint! should lose not a mo
ment in arresting their progress. It Bhould n«
understood that it is not sufficient merely to
smear the Ointment on the affected parts, bul
il must lie well rubbed in for some considerable
time two or three limes a day, that it may b«
taken into the system, whence it will remov.
only hidden sore or would as effectually a,
though it were palpable lo the eye. Bread and
water poultices, alter the rubbing in ot It.
Ointment, will do great service. This is th|
only proper treatment for females in cases o|
cancer in the stomach, or for those who sufli*
Irom a general bearing do» n.
I'll.... Flitulua, Mrlclnrcn.
Blotches, nsalso swellings, can wilh certainty
he radically cured if the Oiniment be used
freely, and tbe Pills be laken night and morn,
ing as recommended in tbe printed instructions
Wben treated in any otherwey these complaint.
3nly dry np in one place to break cut in an-
ither; whereas this Ointment will removethf
humor from the system, and leave the paiien
i vigerous"and healthy being. It will rcquin
.ime, aided by '.he use of the Pills, to ensure
asting cure.
Dtptherla,   Bror.chills.   Sole   Throats,
Any of the above class of diseases may ba
"urcd by well rubbing the Ointment three
.imes a day upon the skin covering the throat,
chest, and neck ot the patient. The unguent
will soon penetrate the pores and give immediate relief. To allay the lever and lessen lbs
inllamation, eight or ten Pills should be laken
night and morning. Thc Ointment will produce perspitation, which is so essential for
remo"ing fevers, sore throats, and those oppressions of the chest which arise from
Aslbn.a, Bronchitis, and other causes.
Both the  (Unln.(nl nml  I'ills   ahonld
b« used  tn tlie following Cases 1
rtn>\ I ^jf8
Torn* (CornB)          Rheumatiim
u.i.. Uretuti
Cancers                    Urnliis
Burns
Contracted        nnd Sort Nipples
Bunionn
SUii Joints           >. r<* Thrnst
L'itctii Mntclit tneF
Rlt'plmntiaMS          Skin iHhuua
and Snml-Fliei
Finlulan                   |Scurvy
oco-ba?
(hn&t                         S»re W*d§
CbieK&-foot
iJUn-liilar     Swell-Hnmor*
ling*                 [l teen
StdlbtelM
I'* mbago.                 [Wound*
Chapi'L'd llanda
Piles                        Yaw*
Sold at V>e EutabUflhrneni ol Pro*rs»or Hollow*
^44, Strand, /wear Tempi" Bai), Londnn ; also bj a
respectable HrufrpiBt* tud l>aalern In Medicines through
out tlio civilised world, at the follnwing pi ices Is. lXd
2.6d. 4a 6d.,llsM22M and 53b., each Pot.
*»* There • a cootiderable saving hy taking the largai
lie*.
NB,— Direction* for the pnidance of Patients in ct«
disorder are affiled to each Put. ■■■■"   '
tibtniixQ   CtUgrapIj.
WEDNESDAY EVENING,  SEPT. 12, 18«u.
Colonial    I'riiirctioii.
New Advertisements.
TRADE   SALE
-OF-
Itt our diacouion or the prospect* of
tblt colony, we uiJ 1I10 only bopo—-ibo
only sulv.iii'jn of illy country—mat u
popular sysifin pf Goraromeat ""'I reciprocity wi'li tin; United StatM ; but ma
li.ive nlremly shown thnt the one thing is
just as (lillini'i I-i (ili'nin iis tlio oilier.
The history of British colonies forbids us
to hope thut her Mujosty'd Govomment,
unless under somo unusual iufiuence, will
respond iininediutely to our dmnanils.
Oa the very question of union with Brit,
iiih Columbi.i,' the dilly-dallying of the
Imperial authorities his placed the ques-
t on now in 11 uorse position than crer,
and has turned the niimls of the people
«f Vancouver Islam) nw'iy from the project. On the other band tho United
Stutes will not jrivc ns reciprocity. The
solution of our difficulty must therefore be
found in some s'lhouie thut will induce
Great Britain to grunt us power to select
our own form of rule, nnd If uc'essnry our
.protectors. This scheme is put forward
by uiuny just now in Ilie shape of uu
appeal to Her Majesty to allow this
colony to be annexed to the United
States. T.iiirc aro many difficulties in
the way, as there are indeed iu obtaining
any change of government by nn uppenl
to the ilomc authorities ; but these dilfi.,
■culties are by no means insuperable
Groat Britain has long looked upon the
■destiny or the North American colonies j -phe following goods, being balance ex
as'being bound up iu separation from  tb
LIQUORS J
P. M. Backus
lias receired instruction! from
HENRY NATHAN. ESQ.
TO SELL
A.T     SALESROOM,
wharf Street,
TOM ORROW,
Thursday, Sept. 13th,
At  ELEVUiV,   A.M.,
New Advertisement!
parent    stem.     Confederation    is    but
another name fnr independence; -and independence means the power to combine
with tho United   States   or   any   other
nation.   Indeed the doctrine ptft forivnrd
■by   all   tho   English   statesmen   of  the
present day,  is  that   so   soon   as   tbo
British colonies,   or   any   of them possessing  representative   institutions, wish
to  sever   tbeir    connection    from   the
mother  country, they should be allowed to do so.     There is  no  compulsory
■link, and it is years gono   by since the
■colonics were  looked  upon   as a special
source of profit to Giont Britain.    With
■regard  to Vancouver Llnud, we tiro nn
■expense, without affording any equivalent
to the mother country.     Lying fur awny
'from British traffic, there are no  British
interests lo protect.     Tiiere  has been in
consequence no effort  made  by England
to erect fortifications on our shores.    We
have hnd  abundant rumors during the
Just eight   years about   defences  being
erected,  but  tbey  have  nil  turned out
fanciful   creations,   nml   nothing   more.
-England will spend  no money on lintili-
cations on Vancouver Island;   from   1 lie
fact tbat  it   would   not  only be  money
thrown awny,   but    the   Island   is   nut
sufficiently important to England to justify
it.     Tho  only power that Great Britain
would  have   lo   fortify   herself  nguiust
on the Pacific Coast would be tho United
States, and no English statesman imagines
for a moment  that in war with such a
power   this   Island  could   be  held  for
twenty.fimr hours.    While our neighbors
have got an iron-clnd within a few days'
rteam of us, tbat could sink every wooden
man-of-war    on   tho   Pacific,    England
could not send us such an assistance under
five or six months.   The  fact is,  if war
evor did  take place,  we should be left
pretty much to look  after  ourselves, for
no later thnn  the  recent debate in the
House of   Commons,  on   the  Canadian
defences, it was distinctly enunciated (hat
places must be relinquished, iu order that
the greatest possible injury might bo inflicted on  tho enemy nt some particular
point—in other words, that geueral results
are  to be  aimed at rather than the defence of colonial territory.   Great Britain,
with   all   her   immense   power,   cannot
undertake   the defence of the Colonial
empire ; and this it is which  hus made
her so anxious to start  Canada and the
provinces on their own footing.    Stripped
of colonial responsibility England stands
invulnerable ; aud on  this ground alone
there is a desire for ratber than a repugnance lo colonial  independence.    In onr
particular case there are reasons so strong
why wt should be no  longer a burden on
the English people  that we would not be
surprised ir we were before long banded
over by  the British  Government to the
United States  whether  we  desired  the
connection or   not.   Those  reasous we
shall discuss in a future article.
do
shipment per Mohawk
7 hhds Jnmaica Rum, 35 0 P
5 Puncheons do   do    35   do
119  Red Cases   Gin,   15  bottles
J.D.KZ.
200 Green
7 quarter cas'.c
3 do do
13 do do
9    do       do
4 do       do
155 cases Hennessey
140   do   Mnrtell
each,
12     do       do
12     do       do
Snzcrac Brandy, fine
Hennessey   do
Mnrtell do
Jules Robin do
do
do
J. P. DAViES & CO.
Avottwnjtuna &. voattuaatoM .iikh
t ll.l.VT*.      MilnlHOlii,     riKliniiif     Slone
liiiilillng, WlmiTMinl, Miar Y»te«.
Cash Advances made on Consignments.
MORTGAGEE SALE.
THURSOM.
Steamer Cariboo
Real  Estate!
Ciiy Property, Brick
Dwelling !
CORNER     LOTS   !
HOMESTEAD LOTS!
J. P. Davies i   o,   ^Continued.
5 puncheons Swaine, Boord k Co's Olq
Tom
•100 eases
25    do
do
do
do        do        do
do Orange Bitters
1 hlid Tennant's Porter, in bulk
1 cask English Ale
TKI»IS AT SALE
so 13
SDorborg & Rueff,
COMMISSION  MERCHANTS,
Importers and Wholesale Dealers in
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS,
Hoots and. Shoes,
Wlmrf street, Victoria, V. 1. tc 9
NOTICE.
Thursday,   Sept.   13,
Wc arc instructed by the Mortgagee to sell
At  Salesroom,
WHARF STREET,
AT 12 O'CLOCK, NOON,
SIXTY
SIXTY-FOURTH    PARTS
■   —ot 'ME—
SIDE-WHEEL STEAMER
C.1RIB O O,
As she now lies off
DOUGALS    FOUNDRY,
LO I 2—Ai'joiiiiiii/lot on", subdivision
of 5 iicre hit X, having u frontage on
Mason anl Pamlorn llrettp etch of fifty-
Tour l "it) feet, by a depth of one hundred
und sixiy MfiOl feet.
LOT 3—Adjoining bi ■', nbdifwloo
of a acre lot X, witli froatSgM pa random anil U«(On slrei'tsiiflifiy-lhree (S8j
fi-et by a depth of one hundred and sixty
f!60> feet.
LOTS 1, 2 and 3 nre under a good
picket leiii'i', and will be suld to Slit purchasers.
Brick Dwelling House
ALL THAT certain piece or parcel of
land sitnnteon Pandora street, and known
on the Official Map of the town as lot four
(-1), adjoining lot 3, in subdivision of fi
acre lot X, with frontages on Pandora
und M.IS0H streets of fifty-three (5.3) feet
liy rt depth of one hundred nnd sixty (160)
feet, together with all the improvements
thereon, which consist of thc well built
two story modern Brick Dwelling House,
erected by Mr. Mason for n family residence, the int ei lor being finished with due
regard to durability us well as convenience
and elegance ; the ground floor has double
Parlors, with sliding doors, handsome
Pallor dales, large Hall, largo Diniiiif
Koum nnd Kitchen ; up stairs uro three
good sized Bedrooms, with the usuul
closets nn I handsome parlor grutes in each
room, The gr-uinds aro tastefully laid
out, with a Garden of choice Flowers ami
Frnlts, APPLE, l'KAlt, PLUM and
C11KKRY TUBES, IIKO, BLACK
and WHITE CURUANTS. Iu lire
rear of the building is a never-failing well
of pure spring ivutur, ulso tho usual outhouses .
New Advertisements.
TJJXTIVERSITY
— or—
WASHINGTON TERRITORY
-j-ins nrsTiTCnoi will beophto*
1 tin- lTili in.-t. Pupil* ol both seres received, who will he ta\miliat to lurninli tbeir
c.ini natal, whiih uro provided iu separate
building    I"i - • ■ of chaff*.
The-   Bxpcoil   ni   Boarding   nml  Tuition,
wbliuiit im iilMilal.t, will  pot  exceed $S0 per
quarter of 11 maakt, p;iy;ib!f in advance,
l'ur further Information address
11EV. GKO. F, WllITWORTH,
President,
Seattle, W. T.,Sept, 1st, 1800. >e 11
RED LION HOTEL,
GOVERNMENT STREET.
•I'lIK   ABOtt NAMED
I       Im III    0]
HOTEL   HAV1.NO
pencd hy
JOE      E U B KT ,
He will bo happy io meet his  triends on nil
occasions, u.i    will furnish thuro with
Ilie bent ,>r
Wine?, Liquors, Ale, Porter, &c.,
and Citrars.
BOARD AND Wllfll.lO PKH DAY $1,
8@r jUgatrlla and Skiit'o.".
Cull und 8C0 the establishment.     JOE presides and keeps order. le 10
FOB
SALE,
Together  with all
chinery, Rigging,
Board.
thc
Ma-
oa
Mlt. W.M. WILSON HOLDS A POWER
of Attorney from and will attend to the
business of J. H. Turner k Co. during my
absence from Victoria.
X. H. TURNER,
an 27 Victoria, Augnst J7. 1866.
CARRIAGE   PAINTING
IN ALL ITS BRANCHES,
Yates Street,
Between Deluge Engine House
and Ihe International Hotel.
Work   solicited,  and
reasonable terms by
done   on   tbe moBt
W. M. KE01IAN.
Tie who is not willing to fill a place he
is Btted for will find no place fitted for
Lini lo fill.
NEW    WESTMINSTER
GAME   DEPOT,
YATES   ST.,
Next door to  the corner of Government,
opposite Zelner's Drug Store.
THE SUBSCRIBER HA VINO MADE AR-
rnugeiuents to receive from different
parties the produ-e of the Island and country
will be prepared to lurnish
Game,
Fish,
Fruits,
Poultry,
Eggs    and    Vegetables,
Each  and all in  their season, at the lowest
prices.
JAMES   ALLEHJ.
au 31-lm
.DIMEJVSIOIVS :
Length 125 feet, more nr loss; breadth
of beam 22 feet, more or lesa ; depth
of hold, from tonnnjro deek, G feet ;
tonnage under tonnage dock 75 tons.
The steamer has recently been thoroughly overhauled and repaired.
For further particulars apply to
JOHNGLASSEY.
Officer in possession,
Or to   ROBERT BISHOP,
Solicitor to Morigugeo.
—ALSO-
A  FIRST-CLASS
HOMESTEAD PROPERTY,
Seven and a Quarter Acres,
Lots 58,  59, and  00, Victoria District,
with Dwelling House, etc.
TERMS AT SALE.
By Order of Mr. Geo.
Mason
Corner  Lot,
ALL THAT piece or parcel of Land,
situnto on the corner of Pandora and
Quadra streets, in the town of Victoria,
V.I., and known ou the Official Map of
the same as Lot 1 (I), being subdivision
of 5-acre lot X, having a frontage of
sixty.five (63) feet on Pandora street,
thenee one hundred and sixty (100) frontage on Quadra ; thence sixty-five (65)
feet on Mason street ; making three frontages on this desirable piece of first class
city property.
Corner Lot.
That well situated pieco or parcel of
hind on the corner of Miihon and Quudru
streets, having a frontuge ou Mnsou of
sixty-five (65) feet, by a depth of one
hnndrcd and twenty (120) feet on Quadra, being subdivision of 5 acre lot X,
und known ou the Town Mup as Lot
Twelve (12).
Lot 13, neljoiniug Lot 12, having a
rrontngo on Mason street of Ufty-eighl
(58) feet by a depth of ono hundred and
twenty (120) feet, together with the one
story building thereon, being subdivision
of 5 acre lot X.
Lot l-l, having a frontage of fifty-eight
(58) feet on Mason street, by a depth of
one hundred nnd twenty (UO)feet, being
subdivision of 5 acre lot X.
Lot 15, adjoining lot 14, having a frontage of fifty-eight (58J feet on Muson
street, by a depth of ono hundred nud
twenty (130) feet, together with ihe improvements thereon, which consist of the
Verandah four-roomed Cottage House,
handsomely papered, containing brick
chimneys nml grutes. The building is
surrounded with flower, fruit nnd vegeta
tile (jardeiis,and a most substantial picket
fence.
Lots  16,   17,  and  IS, same ns lot M,
under a good picket fence.
Lot 21, siinc as lot 11.
Corner lot.
Lot 22, having a frontage on Masou
street of (08) feel by a depth of ono hundred and twenty feet, facing the St. Louis
College, being subdivision of 5 acre Lot
X.
Maps of the properly can be seen at
our salesroom.
TERMS—25 per cent, to be paid at
thc full of the hummer; 35 per cent as
soon as the deeds nre ready ; the balunce
of the purchase money can remain on in-
tcre.-it nt 19 per cent per annum.
S&* The sale of this Property should
command the nttention of all who wish to
secure fine Homestead location?. Pan->
dora is the widest street in the Colony,
and the elevation secures perfect drainage.
The easy terms of the sale should be
taken advantage of by those who are inclined to make investments, which in a
few years no doubt will realize I'm tunes.
—ALSO—
A Block of four Lots, having a frontage ou Beacon Hill Patk, adjoining the
property of J. G. SHErHKRD, Esq.
ACTS OF SALE AT BUYERS' EXPENSE.
AGUOO MARE (IN' FOAL), WITH YEAR-
ling coll   by   her  side.    Will work in
single ur double harness.
Apply ut the
Office of the Evening1 Telegraph*
LANGLEY  STIIEET. so»
For Sale Ex Camden,
Hoatcttcr, Hoi-Kit, unit tn-ii.|iiia;illtlfrs
Oregon filler In bills, and eaies,
(larct In faults, half-caiks and rases,
Sauterue and California White Wine,
I'muli   tlrolml  91) O.I'.,
I'm;, fllquut, lliiniiii and Uollcnger Chan*,
papnr,
And In More an  attortiaent of flrnndf
and Liquors tnllnble for the Trade*
«• j- Depot of Havana Cigars,
Se 6
EUGENE THOMAS,
Yates streel.
JSTOTIOE,
MARTIN    BROS,
IMPORTERS  OF
Groceries and Provisions,
FIUEPROOF BUILDING,
LATELY OCCUPIED R Y L'HOTELIER 4 Co,
•WHA.R.F      STREET.
ae 6
UNANIMOUS
NOMINATION!
OP
Deluge Engine Company
FOR
Assistant Engineer,
T. J. BURNER
86 7
J. P. Davies
tic  Co.,
Auctioneers.
LIST OF ARRIVALS
At the Mount Ararat Hotel during tlie montbs
of June, July, and August, 1866.
June—His Excellency Governor Kennedy, Mr
William A ti Yuimg, Mr. Bcnj W
Pearse.
July—Messrs Jn? Wilcox, F Dupray, Jas Reeil
Macadam, John Hand, Louis Philpot,
F W Alwood, J R Ford, E S HaUb, Sir
Jas Douglas, D Fraser, E S Whittlog-
ham.
August—H E Seelye, W E Stronach, J
Robenson Stewart, Thos Lett Stftl-
schmidi, Robt Burnaby; John Nicholson, M M Titus, F W Green, BenJ W
Pearse, Acting Surveyor Oeneral, B
Homfray, H 0 Tiederannn j James Mc-
Cutchan; Wm Dennyi Wm Wilson,
Joseph Hilton, R D and J; Kenneth He-
Kemie, Jr, Win B McKeo/.ie, David B
Blair, Chas Redlern, Chas Kent,
se 4-lm
 .^  ~~'
REMOVAL.
DR. POWELL HAS REMOVED HlS
Surgery and Residence to the corner of
DOUGLAS AND BROUGHTON STREETS
(near Fort).
Orrica ilooas—9 A. M.  to  12  JI., aad »
P, M. to 10 P. M.
August 23. artt Winning   Ciltgrapfr.
WKHSKMiAY EVENING, SEPT. II,  1860.
COMMERCIAL
iicTioi ikin To-noiitowi
f. M. BACttiS will sell at Saleroom,
Wbarf Street, at 11 a.m., Jamaica Rum,
(Jin, Sazerac llrandy, Hennessey do., Kartell
do., Jules Robin do., Swuine, Boord k Co'f.
Old Tom, Oranjte lli'tdrs ; also, Teonint's
Porter and English Ale.
J. P. DAVIES k CO. Will sell at \i o'clock
at salesroom, Wharf street, by nr.br of the
Mortgagee, 60 Sixty-fourth parts of the sid -
Wheel steamer Cariboo, together with Rigging, Machinery, 4c. Also, first cla«s llonic-
ste id Property, Lots r.H, f,9, and 6U, Victoria
District, with Dwelling House, kc Also,
that piece of land on the corner of Pandora
and Quadra streets, comprising .1 Lots with
l-'ence ; a Uvo-6tury Brick Dwelling House on
Pandora street with a Garden of choice
Flowers and Fruit Trees | Lots 12, 13, It, Iii,
16, 17 and 18 under feuce, the property of Mr.
Oeorgo Mason.
1'AS.SIvM.KIl-i.
Per stmr ACTIVE from San Francisco—M
DeLong, J O Bealty, M Simon, T II Tye, J F
Blumbug, H Lewis, l)r S Palmer and wife,
Mrs Andrew W Piper and live children,
J Myer, M W T Drake, wile a id child, nnd
servant, Miss Bertram, J J Lai-.il.il-, Win L
Davis, Thoa A Williamson, J Schiller and
Wife, M Luddington, Win Waiit, James Kennedy, L Lewis and son, A Messsrsmitb, Mis
Geo Morrison, J II Turner and wife, W II
Oliver, J Koch, nud 22 others.
A Nkw Wbapon.-~A very extianrdiiiary
firearm is being exhibited in Bpgland. Il will,
say the admirers of the system, entirely supercede Colt's rcvolvi r, .Spencer's seven-shooters,
the needle ride, the Enfield, or any other old
or new invention. The principle of it is that
in pln«e of having the chambers of the revolver attached to the pistol or ride, the a m
is, as it were, a skeleton pistol, having barrel,
stock, and hammer, The cartridges aro inserted in a separate horizontal elongated steel
receptacle. When it is desired-to load the
pistol this thin elongated box containing tlie
cartridges in separate cells, is inserted in the
empty space left for it between tbe barrel and
stock, and then, as fast is the linger can draw
the trigger, it pusses through of itself, uiilil
nil tho enrtridges are lirod. Another can
then be inserted, and the firing continued at
uluiost any rapidity, and for as long a period
AS there nre receptacles of cartridges. A rifle
could in this manner lire sixty shots a minute.
A child could be reloading ihe empty cart*
ridge cells with pc feet safety. The principle
is al.-o applicable to big gnus. The Inventor
is Mr. James Gale, the blind gentleman who
invented the system of making powder 11011-
explosivc.
Selling Chilimikn tor Foisd.—There is
said to be terrible destitution in Hungary,
parents having to sell their children for bread,
Tho details arc truly heartrending. In tho
liiikoviun, especially, misery drives the inhabitants to the very Inst extremities, parents
offering to sell iheir children, that the little
ones might not die of hunger. A Sclavonic
journal slates that a few days since a resident
of the Faubourg de Posch, at Tchcrnoviu,
purchased from an unfortunate man three
children (two boys and a gnl.) After much
bargaining the father received nine llurins
The same day a peasant wuiiiau arrived iu the
Same town with her two dniiiihtcrs-—one 12
and the other 14 years of age. She offered
them to ft landed proprietor for ten florins
each, leaviii" the hitler free to choose. The
gentleman contented himself with civing alms
to the poor woman, without buying her
daughters. The mother and children had
beeu in the most complete destitution since
the death of the father, who bail expiicd of
hunger.
Nkw York Statistics.—Tho gol4 value of
the imports of f.ireign merchandize at New
York for the fiscal year, official to May I, ISllli,
and semi-ullicial since, aggregate $301,908,899
against 157,283,(48 for the previous fiscal
year, showing an increase for the past year of
$144,165361. The currency value of tin-
merchandise exports for the same period
ftinoiiius to $212,084,018, an tacicate of
$10 721,424 over the previous fiscal year.
The premium ou gold at the beginning of thc
ye«r was 39|c, and at tbe close 53jc. The
exports of gold aud silver for the same period
foot up $67,729,100, an increaso of $17,968,-
375 over the previous fiscal year. The receipts of gold from California for the fiscal
year np to June 21, were $29,142,677, an increase of $13,088,022 over the same lime
during the previous fiscal year. The tttstoms
receipts in gold at New York for iho fiscal
year were $133,818,484, and the gold interest
paid, $40,145,548. 	
CllAHPAaNB.---Statislics recently published
show that 30,000,000 bottles of champngne
are annually produced in France, and nre
thus apportioned I Africa, 100,000 ; Spain
and Portugal. 200,600 | Italy, 400,000 ; Belgium, 500,000 ; Holland, 500,000 ; Germany,
1,600.000; Russia, 2,000,000; France, 2,500,-
000 ; England, 5,000 000 ; India, 5,000,000 ;
North America, 10,000,000. This calculation
leaves 1,200,000 bottles unaccounted for, nnd
takes no note of the billions ol inferior wines
which are foisted on the unwary as veritable
champagne.
Sals or Suoab—The cargo of the schooner
Crosby, from Honolulu, was offered nt auction to-day, on Janion, Green k Rhodes'
Wharf. Sugars brought 5Jc to 7c, No. I
bringing tbo latter price. A very inferior
article went for 3 cents. Molasses brought
21} to 23J cents per gallon. The most of the
cargo was however withdrawn.
"STaocs Oil"—Some excitable individuals discovered an oil spring yesterdny behind
Messrs. Wm. Wilson ,t Co's. cl^hing stoic.
A hole which had been put down some two
feet gave strong evidences of an oleaginous
deposit, but whether from natural sources or
from some dilapidated oil can deponent saith
■ot.
si i»ri:i:::  COVBT.
[sirois in
Wl la • a iy, Sept, i -. 1366.
Baaati r t*
■ n ns Is ih    morning for I me tu files p-ii-
I ol I ■ iin- I'm; Council, in England, on be-
liii'f of iii ■ de ■ n■!■■•'! . i" - -..I. thejudg-
m ni re dered In t ivor ol the p. in-ill'.
Mr. Ring, wilh whom (Ml   Mr.   MoVreigllt,
iii-iriicied by Mr. Jackson, appeared on behalf ut   tli-  defendants,   snd    Mr.    I
Attorney, appi a • I foi ths nl ilntirf.
liis II mor, i eld Ihat, linking si tha circumstances am! Ill- ITlleS,   Ilu-   pluin'i:'   ■High!   to
bars I lii-iiy to appear hy Iii* Counsel lu opposition to the lev,- asked for. sod for tbat
purpose lbs oase irsi sdjonrnod till w*m irr »
at half-past elev-n, foi further argument,
when tlie Attorney General will appear fir
Mr. Ilunsler.    The case iippears ti, bs "ne uf
considerable   Imports ,   and   is   likely  to
ntfurd considerable employment to the gentlemen of the long robe.
Salmon IS tub CoitJKBli. — Tlie Astoria
Gazette says the Balmon season is now over,
and the fisherman will soon have the last of
their fish packed and oil' ilieir hands.    Over
11000 barrels, ill wholes and halves, have been
packed in that vicinity this year, and have
brought nearly $12 per barrel, on the average.
As Anskuink CaloULATob—The Chronicle
wnnts to know- lbe relative value of lbe goose
and the copies of the Tki.koiiai'U stolen by
John Hints. Any of its juvenile readers
co ild tell it iu n moment that the d.HWeuce
is precisely the same as between thc Clironiclc
aud the Tbliqraph.
Tub Stkasikh Arrivi: arrived this afternoon
at 4 o'clock, having left .Sau Praaclsco at
noon on Saturday. She brings 84 passengers,
among whom are Mr. and Mrs. Drake, Mr.
and Mrs. Turner, and Mrs. A. W. Piper ami
fi-.e children.
Pouch Couu-i—Even lile products of this
usually jyell-ut;coded Institution to-day partook of the usual quietude, nut even a solitary " drunk" presenting himself in the
dock.
Leual Holiday.—ThO Chief Justice stated
to-day that be would endeavour to make
early airaiigeuients for a general holiday in
connection wiih the law courts.
TELEGRAPHIC
Eastern
Nkw York, Sept.. K—Seven oaees of
cholera were reported in tlio oity to-day,
but none fatal,
The Santiago do Cuba nrrived with
San Francisco passengers via Nicaragua.
Our Consul ut Liverpool writes to thu
State Department " that large quantities
of rugs uro hpitig exported from that
country to tho tlni oil States, nnd It seems
now to do admitted, at least in tills country, tliui ull clothing, &c., from persons
having cholera wbich became Int'eoled,
bus been sold for such purpoa and that
there is great danger in sp-endi'ng the iIib-
ease by such clothing, There is not only
a possibility but probability that Infected
runs ore to be mixed with those that are
new being sent, und it would bo well lor
tho belli th authorities ut rlill'ut'cnt ports to
look after these importations, iind wben
nny doubt, arises to tuke steps lo have
tbem destroyed.'
The   Fenians Again.
New Yoiik, S.'pt. 10—The Herald's
Troy, N. V., speciul says : Tbe Fenian
Congress adjourned tint die yesterday,
having been in session ull Saturday nigllt,
Roberts wus re-elected ; President Mu-
bony, President of tbe Senate, and Gen.
Sweeney was deposed Prom the position of
Secretary of War. No successor wus
named, His uccoanls uro satisfactory,
but lie wns believed lo lie incompetent.
(leu. O'Neill wus appointed Inspector
General of the Irish Republican army,
uud Col, JJiiley, Uh'ef Military Organizer. It wus Imped that Gall. Mwriilnn
would bo prevailed Upon to accept the
chief ooinmiinil. Another movement on
Canada will undoubtedly bo muilo during
the full if contributions arc plentiful.
European-
Nkw Yoiik, Sept. 10—Tbo follpwing
foreign items were received by tlie Ciiy
of Boston : Count Bismarck delivered it
most, significant speech in defence of the
German annexation policy, lie declares
that Prussia must lay bold on uinl keep
whut is offered hen that tbe Crown is
determined and able to defend its new
territorial acquisition. He believed the
consolidation of the power of the Prussian Crown strerigthehod German unity.
The French tfUIBTnander of the Camp
nt Clniions, iu dismissing the troops, addressed tbo soldiers by order of the Emperor, culling attention to the victories
by name in which Napoleon the First defeated Austrians, Russians and Prussians,
telling them to ever cherish the memories
of Vienna and tho Austiiiiiis. It is reported the insurgent Poles in Siberia
have defeated Russiivii regiments, and being joined by revolutionary Russians, huve
moved towards tbe ffentier.
The Upper House of the Prussiuu Dwt
has passed a bill lo indemnity the King
for acting without the assent of the Diet
in the mutter of the Budget mid army
supplies. The Chuniber of Deputies re~
jected the Government proposal for the
issue of sixty million treasury notes und
passed an amendment authorizing the
issue of thirty million payable iu one
year.
It is reported that the King of Saxony
hns decided to restgu iu favor of his son.
fc'T.    I'i    III!: I I      IS     Sttllj
the ti die-  ni   Ii . ii rolled
uguiust the a it boi .,. ol lbe t.'zur.
l-'i.o k-. e, Sept. i'i.-—The Conference
biiw-ieii the plenipotentiaries of Austria
tod Italy progresses slowly.
'I'ii-  Italian Government has issued a
deoi '■    which    disbands   18,000   men.
Austria has iuviled Italy to sewj plenl
poteuti-jries to meet others appointed by
[i-nt stlaktic csm.it.I
M.uu:i", Sept. 10.—Papers stnte that
ths n-i- nt risil nf t1 •■ Queen of Spain to
ugeuie was '.I a political nature.
Lonh'iv, Sept. in.-The directors of
the  British  California Bank are urged
to wind ui, the uflhi18 of the iiistiltili.in.
Lord Stanley is spoken of as n'lauetaor
to Lord Cowley, us British Ambassador
to France.
Austria, for the purpose of adopting
measures for the Improvement of telegraph und post communication between
the two countries.
Athins, Gukkck, Sept. 8 — The
Cretan* have rejected the terms offered by
the Turkish Government aod continue in
revolt,
Tim Rplratrs, inhabitants ofEpirns.
also claim tbeir freedom from Tin key und
hpve   nb.iin! d   their  habitations uud
tuken to the bills,
.lajian mnl China.
Reports Imve been received from Ilnko-
daili nl u collision between the Japanese
und Russians nt Sigbatien, in which
several of the latter were killed. It appears that n sledglOtf parly uf Jnpilncse
were carried by the elan ol their dugs into
a Rmsiun encampment. Tne troops began
to bent the intruders notwithstanding
'heir apologies, nnd Ihe latter drew their
swords ami killed live of their adversaries.
In Hmig Koii-j- live Chinamen were
convicted und sentenced to death foi
piracy und niunlcr, upon the crew of the
Danish bnrk Curl. Thn vessel wns boarded nnd robbed, und Captain Hizerberg
(tilled.
Central America,
New York, Aug 31—The steamer
Arizona brings Panama dates to A ug. 38:
Tne troubles in C.'iiriqui continue. Plus
rebels urn reported in possession of the
Central Department, Including ibe Capital.
Tbey have about 4 0(10 men under arms.
Tbo remainder of tbe State is in comparative quiet, thniieli efforts are making to
get up n revolt ill Panama.
Honduras has signed u treaty of peace,
amity, kc, with Spain,
The price of cidl'-e at Costa Rica wns
unfavorably affected by lute news from
Europe.
Mexico.
Onlvcston, Aug. 31—Mexican news
reports that a sipiud of Liberal cavalry
penetrated to within seven miles of Vera
Ornz, and afier burning touch property
and exchanging shots with the Imperial
horsemen, retired unpui'aucd.
Various attempts Imve been maile by
the Liberals to breed pestilence among
tln> French camps.
T«o hundred Indiana were enrolled
under the Juarez lianuer, a few days ago,
ull splendidly m im       J tq    u d.
New York, An.. b'| -The Ucrutftdispatches from Maiuinorus, August 17th,
says I
The cause of tbe revolution whieh displaced Calovnjiil and made Oanales
Municipal Governor, is traced to tbo
general dislike to the former manifested by
all the Mexicans in the city, which is
caused hy bis having besieged the city
formerly for near three months, and Ida
M. ixioun proclivities in having, during bis
recent command In Mutnmorus, gathered
around him a stuff of American t\ rebels.
It is now feared Conine/, will make uu
ni lack for the purpose of assuming command liim -elf over the city.
New   Advertisements,
i:lS.
FOR     SALE
rpil!'.   RIGHT,   TITI.i:.   AKD
JL   iu I,ami kniiWn nf   II VIII.   H ._". ijunm- j
irlian   Ii   I: u- ,   aud   II   fill.   H
HAVANA CIGARS
-. in al  sbool iu Ibe
1  nt.
tat !■ pply t->
JOBS GLAHBEY,
Bastion street,
■-lm Opposite SIm-i ill
LT3WIH
&   ANTHOIJ
Y,
TOBACCONISTS.
special H'otlccN.
Mn, '/.ms begs lo announce to the innnhit-
ants ol > ictnria that lie has lately received a
large assortment of Chihlrca's I'anhlges anil
('hairs, Pishing Muskets and Pishing Canes,
-mil a laro-K qnantlty uf Market ami 'I rave limr
Raskets, China Vases, Kaurr Oomls and Toys.
nil ef whieh have to he sold on or belore
February unit at, greatly reduced prices
Goods sold at wholesale lor cost piices.     *
RsitoVAIi.—Messrs. Solomon Dros. have removed to the two-story brick building on
(lovornuient street, opposite the St. Nicholas
Hotel. Tliey have received, ex ship Mohawk,
from London, a fine assortment of men's
clothing and underclothing, which tliey will
sell lower than any house In town. Give them
a call. *
AlSXASnns'a Gloves—Messrs. J. H. Tamer
& Co., London House, have received to-day,
by Express from Paris, a lull assortment of
Alexandre's famous kid glove-*, for which
they are the side ngenis ill Vancouver Island
and" liritish C. luinhia.
Mil. Dmliv Pai.mkii requests that orders for
teaching, playing and tuning I'iaiofortes, anil
for Instruction in Singing, may be left With
Messrs. Hibben & Carswell, Stationers and
Booksellers. Government street, or at his residence, near the 'op of Fort street. *
Actimn l-'vsnio.NS. — Press goods for
autumn, and hats lor Ilie autuma season, of
the latest style, wilh feathers to mate'-, have
just  been received   al   the   Loaoos   Hut he,
Government ttreet, hi 40 days from  Lon.iuii.
Queen Charlotte Coil Mining Cc.
(LIMITED.)
Notico   cf   Assessment
AT A BEBTTNG Ot DIRECTORS OP THE
nh'ive Company held litis duy the following resolution was passed : —
" Thai sn A  IPSSniSal of Sixpence sterling
per Shore nn A shares 11 aom nw4e, payable
tu Il.e .-'eercliu V nl l!;e office of Ilu- I'luujeinv.
on or befire the -jath inn., between the in.urs
of ll A. M. and 1 P.M. ilsUy."
J. S. WILLIS,
Corner lirnai! and TriuiiCe .-!-. i
.-   ptelllber 0th, M0G. /   r,etr'
se 7-'il
47 Yates £t., Brick Store
Nazi ' t St.,
BI 190
It II -v    „ III   CUll-
-I it'ilv  ' - i   :i   .',,,..1    :t-.
■ortmentot «;<imiIi:i   I ;n::u;i « Igara
it,—t  Brands of t,,i,:n«o.
BL s., thai ihey
en-ill.le   lu   utii.it.    wiiii   rn-, hf use on   lliia
nil.
X.    li'—S  i'"l     IllletK nil    Will    bg   ptlid    to
' ieta,
IIELMAN  LBWUT.    I    I.OI'IS AKTHOKT.
Mrs.   Hein
KEEPS   CiiNST.WTI.Y   i IV   HAND   till
latest tasuioas in
J^A ILLINERT,
Prices to  Suit thc  Tirrc3f
GOVERVMENT     STREET
lletwe"n Knrt nnd lln-'ighton. IS **
ALICE   BROWN'S
FANCY   TWIST
SMOKING TOBACCO
JL'.ST RBQHIYED AT
A.   F.   KEY^ER'S,
Fngcther with some fine
IIAVA.t V CHi\U% DIKEL'T.
Also On hand
W,ino Sip, Peach, Apricot, Mary's Own,
Light Piesscd, Natural Leal', Buffalo
Tongue, and Atlantic Cable
Tobacco-
JflSl RK('KIVEI)  Pint BABK RIVAL
A  Tine Aesortment of
MeeiBchaum   Pipes.
^       Jm
Wbalesals and Retail Dealer in
BOOTS AND SHOES,
LEATHER,
—AMI-
SHOE    F.TZJDINGS,
TATE3    STHEET,
0PPO81TB WELLS, FAROO k Co.
At the old stand of U\ lister k Co., it
prepared   t»   supply  lbs wants of  the
public iu his line.
The Latest Stales
Received i>y efcrj arrival from Bnglsrd
ami Smii Francisco. se 'i
In ihe Supri ■■'   ' '""el of Civil Justice, ■
Vancouver Island.
Call and examine.
se 5-1 in
A lb. am bra ■
BILLIARD SALOON,
COltKEK WfEttJttEtT AM) VATES SfS.
UP-STAIRS.
Mn. TnEEMils requests us to state thai he
is about to reffloVS his Variety store from
Waddington Alley nnd corner of Government
nnd Cormorant streets to ihe large store on
Johnson slreet kuown as the " Queen
iialoou." »
Entrance on Yates Street
se .';-1 m
WILLIAM   LYONiS,
— ANII—
Commission      Agent,
On the Corner of
Wharf and Johnson Streets.
se .1-2m
Everett's Exchange,
STORK   8TREET,   V. I.
HE PBOPRlETOfl i:i;si'F:'"!i'n.i.v iv-
rms Ins fneti'ls nnd ihe publlo mat he
lifts ojieniil his old stand in tflori' slrert, where
he wilt keep as litifnre the Rnett quality of
WINES, LIQUORS, and 0IGAR8.
t'ome and see.
is 3-lm      HAT. EVERETT, Proprietor.
-im-;
1    foi
The "Grotto,"
OPPOSITE TIIK TELEGRAPH OFFICE.
For a ({lass  of choice liquor go  to the
" Grotto,"
There  "none Bltt tiie nr.sr '' vou   will
find is the motto.
Mint Juleps, Sherry Gobblers—evcrythinjj
cooling ;
Come ye that do thirst,'you will fiuil its
no fooling.
TOBACCO PLANT
ARRIVAL OF ANOTHER CARGO FH'JM
Virginia & Cuba,
VIA 'ASl'lNWAI.I.,
Of the Jlnst   t«lchratrd Brands of
TOBACCO   &   SEGARS
EVElt IHPORTED
Snmples cun be  had  ftt the tf AllELPH!,"
comer Yates and Government streets.
Arrival of a few more Plants
fcy tHe ccCalifornia.J,
flgf- Office of C. F.  Green's  Victoria
ami Esquimalt Express.
F. CUlPBEIXt
ae 2 ADELl'HI SEGAR STORE.
In  Bankruptcy.
VfftdheidRy, thfl Ul of August, 18C6.
TTTBEREAS, A PETITIOK FOR AfeJtlOti
V\ cation of Bankrnptoy, bearing data the
3l«t Any of Jnly last, bai b««n dnly filed hy
Williuin LJareoni baywardj Cbnrlca Kent, and
Bdward Wilson, against JOHN JOSBPH
MECREDY ofView street, Victoria, dafpefi-
ter, and thr* paid Joint Joseph Mirn'ily,
baviog-beea dnly declared nnd mjjmlicnted a
Bankrupt, Is bcreby required to surrender
bimself to U Is Honor Joseph Necdbam, Chief
Justice "I tbe Supreme ■ ouri of Civil Justice
aforesaid, on \V< dnesday the 19th day cf Sftp*
tember cum pt, at 11 of the cluck In the fore*
noon precisely, nt the Court House, J ernes
Bay, Vi toria, ond mike n ftill discovery
and disclosure of bis estate nnd effects j wben
and where the creditors nn toe me prepared
to prove tbeir debts, aud .it the first sitting to
choose Assigi bes and commence tbe exnmin-
ntli ii of the Bankrupt, and at tbe hist sitting,
tin' Bankrupt is to finish bis lasl examination.
All persons indebted io Lbe said Bankrupt,
or having any of bis effects ore not to pay or
deliver the Batne bui to Mr. Daniel Mnasny Of
Covcrnmeni Btreet, the Official Assignee ap-
pdlnted, atid give notice to
JOHN   COPLAND,
"    t'on   treet, Victoria, V. I..
LtOr to t'.v  PeLiti mlng Creditors,
nu 29-td
NOTICE
In the Supreme Cm rt of Civil Justice
Vancouvi r Island.
In  Eankrnptcy.
In tin- iiniliti- of .litlin JoHeph Meci-i-dy, ii
Bankrupt.
4    MBKTING   nl-'  ( RKDITOKS  OF Tlltf
;\  above I        apt will be held At the office
of Mr. John Copland, I ; istlon slreet,
on  Tu---.! iy  th ■   18th  <!uy bf Stp-
tember proximo, at '  rclock p. in. i-- reititlve
ilniiilu- offer made In Gourtofthle datefor
the winding up of the estate  uink-i- &l*range-
mi-iit nt' composition shall ho carried ottt, dnd
also that Application he made to ths Court to
siiiv proceedings In bankraptcy.
Dated this 29th day ol tufnst, A.l>. 1866.
.lu'.I.N COPLAND,
8ollcttor to Creditors' AeslgtiMK,
nu.'fi lliistion street.
Kolice of Fos'.poncmcnt-
The above meeting i.j unavoidably po."t-
poiK-il to Tiiisilav, the. IHlh inatunl, at the
same \>\ ice and hour.
JOHN  ri'i'LANP.
Solicitor 16 CredllbrB1 Assi^ni rs.
fe !i lliistion street.
In Hie  Cottrt  of BankrupU'i/ aft ihe
Colon,/ of Vancouver Mam,
Sntiivdii}-, the 1st il.iyof Sept., A.D. ISWt.
li;llF.RI',AS, A PETITION Full AlUUDI-
\\ r.ition of lttuilirupicy. bearing datftthe
31ife day-of August Inst*, has been duly pled
by Paris Darter, ol' Fort street, in the City of
Victoria, Oolleotor of debts, and he huviufx
been deolared a Bankrupt, i* hereby re'iuired
tn purreii'l-r himself to Hi* llonur Jufeph
NeedhatB, Obtsf Justice ol the Supreme Court
of Bankruptcy m'oresaid, on W-edhesday the
10th aay of September next, ot ll o'clock in
the.toreinHin. precisely, nl tlie Cumt House,
.Tiinn-s Bav, Victoria, and make.afuUrdis-
i-ovi-ry nml tiisclosure o: hid c.-l.iieainl effects,
when mnl wln-rc the creditors nre to como
prepSged ti> prove iheir dsbts, and at tbe lirst
sitting to choose nssigness and cuinincnco Iho
exiiiiiiniiiion of the Bankrupt, nmi at the last
sitting the Bankrupt is to finish his last ex-
Hiniiuition.
All persons Indebted to the snid Bankrupt,
or who have any of his effects, nre not to pay
ilie snne hut to Mr. W. It. H. Adamson of
Government street, the Official Assignee ap->
pointed  and give noii .- ta
JOHN COPLAND,
Solicitor, Bastion street, Victoria,
sc Md TJio   Great   Octopod   or   Dei II
Fish.
One rf the terrible inhabitant* pf Ilie
Pcuinsu'ii <>r (iulf of California waters, is
sni.l to be thai -.riLfuiitu; deOOOiaa   murine
wretch, the Poulpe, nr the Jifcht legged
Cephitlapod, ni'uily allied to the family
Sepia, culliil tlie oimit Hjiiiil by whnle-
men, inn! of which tbt-y ullirin nxta mir..
▼elloui thing-* nml sta'e tliey ure foood
fiotnetimiM ns big u a 74-^un frigate, ami
the dire eueniv of the sperm arbale of
the Central Pacific waters. When these
two marine Titimn meet, then coiii<-* tilling of salt wuler sparring and Caterwauling. In 1800 there appeared In Harptr'i
Monthly a very clever illustrated article
on this Devil Fish, or Diabolut linn ulna
of the ancient navigators. The legs or
arms of one of them, some thirty feet long
and a foot iu dyitueter, is credibly ussert-
rd to have been found by an American
whaling captain not many years ago in
the stomach of a sperm wliule ; and well
uttested accounts are recorded on the
mast of Africa and in the Molucca and
Arabian Seas of their having fastened on
to big ships nnd junks, and not only devoured unhappy Chinamen nnd Malavs,
bnt stopped the sailing of the vessels.
Numerous Siii'iiuli in accounts exist in
the Maluyan Archipelago of their having
snapped up and made away with swimmers by enfolding them iu their Immense
arms, or as Bailors term them, feelers,
and then leisurely tearing thpm to pieces
witb tlieir beaks, which are the exact
models of those of the great Macaw pni\>
rot. This animal is said to be the same
as that which is the terror of the pearl-
divers of the California Gulf; but this is
iiot yet ascertained as a scientific verity,
so far as we know. This cuttle tish or
•octapod tribe, and indeed all thc family,
are frequenters of weedy, rocky, murine
waters; but the only part of them pertaining to molusca is the beak, if ivory
bills affiliate v/ith shell of molluscs.—
■Corr, S. F. Alta.
New Advertisements.
Faces of Lite it a Ry Women.—Very
intellectual women, we find by observe
tiou, are seldom beautiful. The formation of their features, und particularly
•their forehead, is more or less masculine.
Miss Lundoii was rather pretty and
lemiuine in the face, but Miss Sedgwick,
Miss Pardoe, Miss L.slie, and the celebrated lute Anna Maria and Jane Porter,
the contrary. Ono of the Misses Porter
had a forehead as high as that of an intellectual man. We never knew n very
talented man who was admired for his
personal beauty. Popo was awful ugly ;
Dr. Johnson was no better ; and Mira-
bcau was the ugliest man in all France,
Bud yet be was the greatest favorite with
the ladies. Women more frequently prize
men for their sterling qualities of the
mind, than mou do women. Dr. Johnson
chose a woman who hud scarcely un idea
above an oyster, He thought her the
loveliest creature in existence, if we may
judge by the inscription ho left ou her
tombs toue.
The Abyssinian Caitivks— These unfortunate captives have at last been released. The following is the list of the
prisoners released by the King at the
request of Mr. Kassam, which has been
forwarded from the Foreign Office :—Mr
C D. Catnenn, her Britannic Majesty's
Consul ; Mr. Ij. Reruns, late secretary of
Mr. C. D. Cameron ; R. M'Elvey, late
servant of Mr. Cameron; D. Petro. late
servant of Mr. Cameron ; J. Markere,
servant of Mr. Cameron ; A. Bardel, formerly in service of Mr. Cameron ; Rev.
H. A. Stern, missionary ; II. Rosenthal,
missionary ; Mrs. 13. Rosenthal ; J. M.
Flad, missionary ; Mrs. P. Flad ; A.
Flad, F. Find and P. Find, children of
tbe above Mr. and Mrs. Flad ; W. Staig-
er, missionary ; T. Urandeis, missionary ;
K. Schiller and J. Kssler, natural history
collectors. The latest date from Mr.
Rassam is April 9, 1S6G.— English paper.
Experiments have shown that nitroglycerine may be rcndeied lion-explosive
by mixing it withtnethylic alcohol ('spirit
of wood'), its explosive qnality being
restored by adding water, which absorbs
tbe spirit. This is evidently a valuable
discovery.
NOTICE !        NOTICE !!
Isnou Tins hat:: tiik DHDBMlolfBD
bai concluded lo redoes his price OM
HAM' ; and lleieiifler the
FINEST WINES MD LIQUORS,
ALE,   liEKU, ke., kc,
Will be served at the
"METROPOLITAN"
At'iWiaVE AND A HALF CEJITd
per sample.
The public will plensc call and sample, and
satisfy themselves that the very best is tu he
bad at the above price.
T. J. BURNE3,
Metropolitan Saloon, Store street,
an 26
A. & W. WILSON,
Home and Ship Plumbers
GASHTTERS,
BELL-HANGERS & TINSMITHS
FORT   STREET.
AH orders promptly attended to
se 2
Chains and Anchors.
TWENTY  TONS  CHAIN
Short Linked and proved from \ to \
AND
A. IsT O K O ZR, S ,
From 20 to 800 pouDds.
For Sale by
PETER M'QUADE,
au S3 Wharf street, Victoria. ,
Relief  for  the   Afflicted.
THE INTRODUCTION OF
Perry     Davis'
Vegetable Pain Killer
To the Suffering  Humanity of tliis Age
lias relieved more pain, and cuused more
real joy tlau auy other one thing that can
be named.
A N.w and Grand Epoch in Medicine !—
Dr. Maggiel is the foundu of a new Medical
•jstem. The quimtitariauu, whose vast internal doses enfeeble the stomach and paralyze
the bowels, must give precedence to the man
who restores health and appetite, with from
one to two of his extraordinary Pills, and
eures the most virulent sores with a box or so
ol his wonderful and all healing Salve. These
two great specifics of tbe Doctors arc fast superseding al) the stereotyped nostrums of Ihe
day. Extraordinary cures by Maggiel's Pills
and Salve bave opened the eyes of lbe public
to the inefficiency of the (so called) remedies
of others, and upon which people have so long
blindly depended. Maggiel's Pills are uo ol
the class that arc swallowed by the doz&n,.nnd
of which every box full taken creates an absolute necessity for another. One or two of
Maggiel's Pills suffices to place the bowels in
perfect order, tone the stomach, create an appetite, and render the spirits light and buoyant I There is no griping, nnd no rgaction in
tbe form of constipation. If the liver is affected, its functions are restored; and if the
nervous system is feeble, it is invigorated.
This last quality makes the medicines very
desirable tor the wants of delicate females.
Ulcerous and eruptive diseases aro literally
extinguished by tbe disinfectant power of
Maggiel's Salve. In fact, it is aere announced
that Maggiel's Ul Ions, DynpepUc
and Diarrhea I'ills cure where all
others fail. While for Burn*, Scalds, Olu'l
blaine, Cuts nnd all abrasions of the skin
Maggiel's Salve is infallible. Sold by
J. Magoiel, 11 Pine otree', Xew York, and all
Druggist!.', at 23 Cts per box.
Miscellaneous.
IT  IS AN
Invaluable   Remedy,
Our first Physicians  use it, and recommend
its use;   the   Apothecary finds   it   firat
among the medicines culled for, nud
thc wholesale Druggist considers
It  a  leading article of his
trade.     All the denlers
in medicine speak
alike  in ils favor: and its
reputation as a medicine of great
merit and virlue is fully and permanently  established^ and it is  the great
Family MediciDe   of the Age.
livery Volunteer should have a bottle, in case
of sudden attacks of Disease.
Taken Internally, cures
Sadden Colds, Coughs, &c.,
Weak Stomich,
General Debility,
Nursing Sore Mouth, Canker,
Liver Complaint,
Dyspepsia or Indigestion,
Cramp and pain in tbe Stomach,
llowel Complaint,
Painters' Colic,
Asiatic Cholera,
Diarhcea aud Dysentery.
Taken externally cares
Felons, Boils, and Old Sores,
Severe Burns and Scalds,
Cuts, Bruises and Sprains,
Swelling of the Joints,
Ringworm and Tetter,
Broken IJrensts,
Frosted Feet aud Chilblains,
Toothache,
Pain in tho Face,
Neuralgia and Rheumatism.
FAIDST   KILLER,
Taken internally, should be adulterated
with milk or water, and sweetened with
sugar, if desired, or made into a syrup
with molasses. For a COUGH and
Bronchitis, a few drops on Sugar, eaten,
will be more effective than anything else.
For SORB THROAT, gargle the throat
with a mixture of Pain Killer and water,
and the relief is immediate und cure positive.
SSf* It should not be forgotten that
the Pain Killer ia equally as yood to
take internnlly as lo use externally.
Ench bottle is wrapped with ull directions for its use.
ISTOTICE.
In the Supreme Court of Civil Justice
Vancouver Island.
nST   B AJSTKR-CTP TCT3T,
Friday the 24th day of August, A.D. I860.
VXTHEKEAS A PKTITIOX FOIt ADJUDI-
VV cation oi liiilkriplcv, bearing date the
2-lth day of August iiihtmit, ba* been du'y
lileil by ('liarh'd Diipnlid, of Cmllmro Bay
Itoad, Victoria District, farmer, and be baftag
been declared a bankrupt, is hereby Nqilrw
to surrender himself to His Bono? Joseph
Neeham, Chief Justice of tlio Supreme
t'ourt of Civil Justice of Vancntiver Island,
aforesaid, ou Wednesday, the 5th d»y of
September next, at 11 o'clock in the forenoon,
precisely, at ihe Court House, James Bay,
Victoria, and make a full discovery and disclosure of bis estate and effects, when aud
where the creditors are to come prepared io
prove their debts and at the first sitting to
choose Assignees and commence the examination of the Bankrupt, and at the last sitting
tbe Bankrupt is to finish his last examination
All persons indebted to tbe said Bankrupt
or who have any of his effects, are not to pay
or deliver the same but to David Lindsay, of
Government s'reet, thc Official Assignee np.
pointed, and give notice to
KOBERT BISHOP, Solicitor,
au20 Bastion Street, Victoria.
A   Triumph   of    Science
—AND—
THB  LIGHT  OF   THE   WORLD
DR. MAGGIEL'S
PILLS   & SALVE.
Thee* L'fe-arlvlng remedied nr* now, for the flr t
llmr.f v■■ puhl civ to tli w r »1. For over u.(uaiter
of a lenluryol prlvat-practice the ingredients in th. n.
Life-Giving Pills
H'V^ hftrn ,,Hr.i  with thn frreUoat   iflBMIf.    Th-ir
tnifd'Ti  U   n  tony  io  ir*vent  ' llfim1, but  tn rure
Tutyt-t rch om    ffi<  v«rio*» mahdiei  hv   i hich   tho
alllM
these
...—...    ..     ._     ..     ,....,,      , ,,     ,   ,   -,.im in-  m'-.   |H||      |.(|    (■
They .. rch ou ift. vnriimn mahdiei by .hioh
liatient in tntferinK, unit r'- iiiviH.,un... t\, „i
mitm. T ■ th« a led aud iDflrui a lew iluioi oft
valuable PILLS willprovo lo bo
Prices 2a ceuts, 50 cents k $1 per bottle.
A YilRY FODNTAIN OF YODTH,
K»r In everr ca-c t'<ejr add new life and vila'tty, and
■e«l>re the w .ninwtmt$it* to their i ripline ilnte. Ti
ihewnjnifani mi dl* *>MftA th<-y uill \,r>xe m<»»t In
v»!u tie, a* a rei y, «p»t:illc and iU-Mntc medicin*.'.
•re U a tin-am realized, that Fince-dp-L^m loughi
fur three hundred veirs ago, and never f nml. tic
lookfd lorn f in.lain that would reiture the old to
vigor and make ; outh ever
An Eternal Spring*!
It was left fnr this diy iind ^°"r trt realise thn drenm,
and tlto'.v in one glorious fact the magic that n,ade
il fair.
THESE  FAMOUS  REMEDIES
Cannot »ttv th-* Hlifht of.yeaiR. but they can force back,
an- hold nlgnlidlwfl>l lint inthtlri mph over tin1
Hg d and the TOlUlf, l.-i ii"iie hesitate then, but
!■<-1/.- tho favorable opportunity that mi.-t,.. When taken
as prescribed—
For Blllious Disorders
Miscellaneous.
Nnthimrcan be mora prodnctleo of cure thnn theso
l'ilk—rhuir nhnoxt m>gk influence in felt at o ou|
nnd the umial cone lultants uf ihil in-si th n- .. -n ■■
disease ar>t removed. There run* dk» aro made from
tlie i't.rc8t
VEGETABLE COJirOUNDS.
Thy will not harm the m o«t delicate female, and
ca i bt* Kl-'uwilh good t-lfocl in proscribed dvnea to
the youngest babe.
For Cutaneous Disorders
And all ermtWift of tho skin, tho HALVE fi most In
valuable. It doee n t heal externally alone, but pone-
tniM with lbe most to.arching effccit to tbe very root
of ih* evil.
DR. MAGGIEL'S PILLS
Invariably cure the following Diseases
Asthma,
Buwel Complaint",
Coughn,
Colds,
Cheat Pi'eaiefl,
Costivei»ePH,
Dj hpL-pBia,"1
Diarrh'-a,
Dtoxfy.
DellUtr,
Fever and Agi t\
Female Complaints,
Headache,
Indie-stinn,
Infl-iei Ka,
Inflamimtion,
Inward Weakness,
l.i  er Complaint,
Lowfaess of Spirits,
Kinffworm,
Rheumat sm,
bait  o lieum,
tjcalds,
Skin Diseases,
A3* NOTICR.—Nonegem'lne wfLtmut th; enzrared
trade-mark ^ro>md Crtch pot or hox, signed bv DR. J,
MACGlcl., 43 Fnlion street} l\ew \ ork, tu counterfeit
which ll felony.
par ttold by all resnectnble Dnaien in Mediclnea
throughout the United Siawa aud Canada—-at 25 ceuts
per box or pot,
A. C. Langley & Co.,
Agents for Vancouver Island ond British
Columbia.
it*
CHAS. F. BARNARD, M.D.
SUHOICAL k MECHANICAL
DENTIST
Fort street, one door east of Government,
Victoria, V.I.
Dr. B. licroliy tenders his prateful ncknow-
leHgmcntH to tlie citizenit of Victoria for their
lilienil fjattenagt thus fur, ami Unpen by geu-
ilennii'le couduct and Htrk-t applies ion lo
lnisiii'18 to merit a further continuance ol
favors.
When desired will visit parties profestion-
allv at tlieir residences. All branches of the
profession attended to. Terras reasonable.—
Office hours from 8 a.m. to S} p.m.
aiii.'l lm*
IT O T I O E
CC-PARTNERSHiP.
BUNSTKR
HAS THIS DAY
ENTERED INTO
Partnership
WITH ALL LOVERS OP
GOOD    ALB!
nu 17-lm
Mi cellaneous.
LEATHER,   HARNESS,
CHARLES    BERNARD,
Manufacturer and Dealer in
FAULT CHARTRES COFFEE.
And Spleen or all hinds,
No. 707, Sansome street, corner Cold,
Between Jackson and Pacific.
First Premium awarded by the Mechanics' Institute, for the best Coffee and Spices.
The proprietor having introduced .Steam
Power in his Manufactory, ha now Increased
frr;iitie6 to supply the trade and the puhlic in
general. All articles from bis Establishment
nre guaranteed to be puieand unadulterated.
The public arerespectlnlly invited to call and
convince themselves Country orders promptly
attended to. se 2
BRITISH    PERIODICALS.
The London Quarterly Review (Conservative).
The Edinburgh Eeview (Whig)
The Westminster Review (Radical)
The North British Review (Free Church)
— AND—
Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (Tory)
Tbe four R*viewi re-pnbli»lie<l by Mwr*. Fcott ti
Co.. HP' Cfner»liy DO Hliti-red n* Uu- Ureal BtfloWf)
ami Hl.tikwuiKi h.n iiecn j<ntly rlan-.l in the miitu
rank. Whoever iliajwunja wilh radian |m''liontit»im of
thii pla«i, whatever nmv ba hin /einral I nfnrmitfnn,
M'Mt won he tltoftlher i < imi.1 the tiim* in whifh he
IIvbk—and In iticn.' timen a p«i fo*i Qtj p<>oii fret ver;
fur bcliinl. Thuy m»y Ihi reail nnd itudh'tl with in*
van »»■-•« hy 1 lie |H!0|>le of thin cotniry, of i*very creed
and parly.
i^r iti.ACKWoon <■  ananull.v attrtotiva »t lhl«
tlmt- to Amt'ritattH, not only f >r it. seel I artirlci hy
(lUtiunuirhi-d v, ritcu nf Hrl|.,n, bul fur ilia arcoutit of
<he Uit- olvil w r. now being wriiten i-y C>l. Vnn
Borkf, alifl-manoflleiT, chief, -f-"tall loOin. J. E. U.
.-itiart, of the Confuderale army.
TERMS   FOR   18«0.
Pnranjonfl  01' the Ileviewt $1 per annum
F»r an) two of tho lUviewa „  7 "
For any three of the Kc»lewa 10 *'
For all fnur  of the Revlewn 12       '«
Foa Hlackwo-tl'i Mayailn' 4 "
Fur Blackwood and ooe Rev) w 7 *%
For Bla< kw-od and any two of the Re-
vlewi ,...10 M
For Rlackwood and three of the Kevlen»..13 *
For BUckwond and the four RtrttWI 15 "
CLUBS.
A rtlwwtnt of Xtoeidy per rent will be a'lnwed to cluhfl
of four or more persona. Thus, four c pica of
ltlnrknfntl.tr of one I evlew will be went to one. address or M'i 80. Foiircnpiea of th« fuur UeviewH and
Blackwood, for$4ti, and bo on.
POSTAGE.
When sent by mail, thc Poktaoi io nny part of the
United t tea will he 1 ut t a-eiii. -ibuf cents a year for
" UOXWOOO^" and but eight cents a year for each of
the Jiuviews.
Reduced Prices for previous years.
Subscribe™ may obtain the Rfu.luU immediately
preceding 4S»'6, ua folh'wi, viz. :
Mttektoood from S-ptpmi.er. 1814, lo December, 4805
inclusive, at the rate of (2 ">0 a yeitr.
The fVnrth Ilriiish from Jinnnry, 1803. to fieeemb^r
I'-tt, inciuoive; Die Edinburgh and the Westminster Inm
>pil. WfA. t'> Deccmher, |fi6'>, hiefutK*, and the
London Quarterly for the year 18*5, at the rato of $1 .M)
a yenr for each or any    evl-w.
AST A few copies yet renn in of all the four Reviews
Tor i*ii» nt H a .set, or %l LO for any one.     '
LEONARD   SCOTT   &   CO.,
Publishers, 38  Walker Street. JV.  T.
L. S. ft Co., (tlio publish the
PAPvMFE'S C3-XJIUB
By riKXRT STEPiiiffA, ef Edinburgh, nnd the la.e J. P.
Nostos, ef Y*le cillet'e, Ji-ila. fioyai Octavo, 1600
pages, and numerous  Engravings*
ANli
Trunk Manufactory,
WM. DALBY & CO.
WB TAKK THB PRS.4BHT OPPORTD.V-
ity to tlmnk our numeroui customer! for
tin- lili'-rnl puironairc licslowetl upon us, nnd
lo Inform tlium .nil tlio pabtlo in general that
wo am now carrying on, in connection with
nor LBATHKB 8T0BB, tt-o manufactur. of
IIAI1M->S of nil descriptions, also TRUNKS
ami VAMSKH. Wc h ivo constantly on hand
a large assortment of ISl/ANO TANNED KIP,
OAI.K, HARNESS, SOI.K, WELT, 8TRINQ
and GRAIN I.KATIIKU; also a gen.ral a*.
sortinent of SHOiJM AKER'S FINDINGS.
Parties requiring anything in our line
should give us a trial, as we will supply then,
cheaper than any house north of San Fran'
Cisco.
BELTING   MADE  TO   ORDER,
Terms   Cash.
Wm.  Dalty  St, Co.,
Yates street, Victoria, V. I.
August 2 th, 1806. nu 20
Price 97 for thc two to'uia.i-
$8 00.
•by Hail, po«t  paiil,
»u IU
THE  ONE THING   WANTED.
HOLLOWAY'S PILLS.
Tlic Blood.
These famous pills ere so composed tha
they operate wholesomely on the stomach, th.
liver, the bowi Is, and other organs; by correcting any derangements in their function*
whereby a steady supply of pure materials tor
the renewal of the Blood is furnished, and it
constant abstraction ot effete products is effected. This perfect circulation thus become,
the very fountain of health and life, nnd overcomes all form of disease wherever ils situate
tlon.
General Disorders of Ibe Liver
and Stomach.
All who ever indulge a' '.able, either In ent»
ng or drinking, should take about ten of thss-
famous pills at bed time, from which will reft
suit a clear head and good stunach the full living morning. Thousands of Ladies are always complaining of sick headaches, want o
appetite, want of energy, and wnnt of strength,
to coirect all tbese evils, three or four ot these
Pills should be tnken twioc a week, when (her
would give the invalid .ne health awl appetita
of n ploughman.
I .inn I. s or all Apes and Classes
Obstructions ot any kind, either in yonnff
or those between forty and fifty—th" most critical peiiod of life—may bo radically ieino.-'l
by using these Pills according to the printed
directions which accunipauy each boi. Younn
persons with sickly nud sallow complexion,
may have tbe bloom of health restored by tbi?
corrective, wl ich purifies the blood and expels all gross and impure humors from thesys-
tem. Beware then of the critical nge troii
forty to titty, as it sends many thousands to
premnture grave,—these Pills'should be take*
it that period of lile two or three times *
\eek
Want of Strength and Energy-
Persons of sedentary habits, or those tron-
bled in mind, working in Factories or Coal
Pits, who cannot obtain that amount ol fresl
air and exercise which nature requires, Buffer
from weakness and delility, lowness of spiri.s
and want of appetite. All such should take »
lose or two ot these Pills every three or foul
days, as they act gently and eHectnally on tb.
system and impart vigor and energy to ih.
body, vrhich is always followed by a good
appetite, sound and refreshing sleep, and *
high flow of spirits.
For the Cure of Dropsy.
The cfflc.icy of Holloway's Pills in Dropsy
is cxlrnordinary. Tbey net with snch a peculiar effect upon the system, tbat the fluids
causing this direful complaint, nre perc.eptibl
:arrled off and prevented from any turiliel
accumulation. The suRcrei regains a buoyancy of spirits and rejoices in a completely
renovated coustitution. It is indispensably
necessary tbat tbe Ointment should be most
effectually rubbed into the complaining part,
daring the whole course of treatment.
Children and their Allmentc.
In no country in the world are more cliiidrsn
carried to an eariy grave than in Great Britain.
Coughs, Measles, Scarlatina, Fevers, and other
liscases attack the little sufferers, and death,
but too often, follows nt a rapid pace ; yet if
nt the first stage ot these complaints, parent,
were to have recourse to Holloway's Pills, all
danger would be avoided, for the stomach
nnd bowels would se gently but effectually
cleansed bv this mild aperient; the depraved
numors correctea ana tne secretions dnly regulated. A perfect cure would -oon be effected, and the 1'ttle patient restored to loan''
health.
Holloway' Pi. t ve ths bsst known remedy is th
world ft* ths following diseases:
Fold at the KsLbllshmeiit of Proreisor H.iltowsy, 941
strand, (near T.raple Bar,) I. n-lon ; Mm" by .11 respect
ihle Pnifreial. and Denlers In Mi- icincs Ilirnuarhout Iho
civilized world, at tlie following |>:lcea— li. ljf., 5. 04,
Is. lid., Hi., 22s., and 83s. each box.
Aene Ft-malo  Irregular-Pcrnfu'aorKInf ■
Aftthmn
MM
Evil
Billloua Complaint*
Fever Of all  kinil-
Hora Tliroata
Fltl
•'tone and Grav*
Blotcbei   ob    tli'
Uout
Secondary Symp
i-kin
ii- nl Ache
toms
Bowel complaints
lmligettioi
Tic-Do!oredx
Collcn
Intiiimmatfon
Tumors
Constipation of the
Jaundice  .
Ulcers
Bowls
Liver Complaint*
Venereal      affef
Cmniimi tion
Lumbago
lion*
UebilitT
Piles
Worms    of   a
Dropsy
Kheamatlum
kinds
Dyientry A
Erfiipelu*
Retention sf Urine
Weakness     frnr*
whatever cans'
V Tbero is a aonRiderable saving by taking th«
trgrr sites.
Direction* for tlie gutdi nee of patients in erery dinar
der are affiled to rach box.
Printbd and Published by McGlusji k C©-<»'
the office, Langley Street.

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