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VOL. I.
VICTORIA,   VANCOUVER   ISLAND,   MONDAY   EVENING,   SEPTEMBER   17,   1866.
NO. 66.
Ttifi
EVENING TELEGRAPH,"
rcut.:.-HEi>
orv   Eveniug at   4   O'clock,
ialurday aod Sunday evenings excepted.)
ALIO IVIBT
JNDAf    MORNING- !
TKHMS OF  KUIISCHII'TIO* ■
Annum, In advance, by mall, 110 UO
t\x monthi    e OO
W ek, payable to Carrlar,        gs
UCut'ltii        JO
r termt of AdvertiRem"nt apply at the
Office, laxfrltf Street.
IHUcellaneou*.
Jobanniseero. — Accorilinj; to the
ris press the lovers of Johannisberg
ie bate remarkably little chaoee of re-
ving a fresh supply this year ; and the
ince de Metternich, ambassador though
be, will To considerably out of pocket.
b old castle has often been subject to
9 vicissitudes of war. In 1100 it was
old convent. A margrtve of Bran-
nburg burnt it dome centuries later.
1*20 the Abbot of Fold* purchased
i! estate and built a castle, lining a
ly friar, it struck linn it would be
iiisant to make his own wine ; and ac-
rdingly he planted vines in all direc-
iiib, and presently sold 1,350 bottles at
frnncs per bottle (ill Is. Id.) In
m William, King of Holland, bought
e cattle. Napoleon 1. appropriated it,
d presented it to tho Duke di Vulmy,
1805. The father of its present pro-
ietor, the mighty diplomatist Prince de
etlernich, bought it Irota Kdlcrmuiin
1813, and left it to his ton, the present
ustrian ambassador to tbe Tuilcrles,
In Sweetwater, Tennessee, there is a
ganltc girl, five yenrs old, that weighs
ie hundred and thirty-five pounds. Iler
itne ii Alice Leroy Leath, nnd she is
(scribed as " blue-eyed," dark-haired,
sy-cheeked, quick-spoken, and of a
inutiful    cnuntenanoo."       She     in     tho
iughter of a  Union  soldier who   was
lied at Resaca.
Leprosy is s:iid lo bo developing Itself
various parts of the World, with all its
iciint repulsive characteristics. It pre-
iiIs at the present time in the West
idics and in Norway, two widely sepa-
it.cd countries, according to recently
jblished statistics, there being uo less
inn two thousand lepers in the latter
jontry.
Speaking of a young man who is in
ie habit of serenading the young ladies
f that city, the f'cluia Messenger says :
For having heard him declare in tuneful
rains, to each of six young ladies in
oe evening that *he was ' all the world
) him,' we can safely indorse him as the
lost' harmonious lyre ' of our acquaint-
uce."
The penny postage sy«tem in England
as increased the making of sleel pi ns In
4 yearn 100 tons of sleel iniule into 200,-
00,000 pens was thought to be enormous.
low there are a number of houses wliicli
Hike 20,000,000, 30,000,000 and over
0,000,000 pens a year, at such cheep
ites that a gross may be bought for four-
ence.
At the suggestion of the Crown Prince
if Prussia, tbe schools aud families of
bat country are tearing up paper into
ery small bits, to make pillows to lay
rounded limbs upon. The paper is put
nto a linen case end then into a covering
if thin leather, and is aaid to be cooler
ban an ordinary pillow.
v
A Unit and Grand Epoch in Mkdicink !—
)r. Maggiel la the foundi. ot a new Medical
ystem. The quantitations, whose vast inter-
al doses enfeeble the stomach and paralyze
he bowels, must give precedence to the man
rho restores health and appetite, with from
ne to  two of his  extraordinary Pills, and
,res tbe most virulent sores with a box or ao
■ bis wonderful and all healing Salve. These
wo great specifics of the Doctors are fast su-
< erioding all the stereotyped nostrums of the
I'y. Extraordinary cures by Maggiel's Pills
ind Salve have opened the eyes of the public
the inefficiency of the (po called) remedies
others, and upon which people have so long
i'i .Indly depended.    Maggiel's Pills are no ol
.   lis class that are swallowed by the dozen, and
>l' rfbich every box fall taken creates an ab-
'•ilute necessity for another.    One or two of
' Maggiel 8 Pills suffices  to place the bowels in
< erfect order, tone tbe stomach, create au ap-
•: etlte, and render the spirits light and buoy-
■ .nt I   There is nn griping, and no reaction in
ll   is form  of constipation.    If the liver is af-
4) ■ cted, its functions are restored ; and it tb*
"i   aro us system is feeble,  it  is invigorated.
1-his last quality makes the medicines very
» ''tstrable for tbe wants of delicate femiules.
. Plcerous and eraptivt diseases are literally
i extinguished   by tf.e diainfectast   power of
I Maggiel's Salve.   In fact, it is kere announced
I hat lHagfflel'8 III Ioiin. Dy«|>cptlr
»nd   Diarrhea   Pills   cure   where   all
Hhers  fail.   Wbile for Bums, Scalds,  Cbil
alains,  Guts and  all  abrasions of the skin
Maggiel's Salve is infallible.   Sold by
I. Maooiil, 11 Pine »tree>, New York, and all
JrnggistS, at 16 cts. par box.
New   Advertisements.
LIST OF AllIUVALS
At the Mount Ararat Hotel during the months
of June, July, aud August, 18(16.
June—Mis Excellency Governor Kennedy, Mr
William   A  O   Yuuug, Mr.   Bci'ij    W
Pearse.
JUly—Messrs Jas Wilcox, F Dupray, Jns Reed
Macadam, John Diuid, Louis Pliilpo'.
F W Alwood, J R Ford, E 8 Batch, Hit
Jas Douglas, D Fraser, E S Whitting-
liuin.
August— II E Seelye, W E Stronach, J
Robermon Stewart, Thos Lett .stnl-
schmid', Robt Burnaby j John Nicholson, M M Titua, F W (ircen, lienj W
Pearsej Acting Surveyor General, R
Hoinfray, II 0 Tiedeinann ; James Mc-
Cutchan; Win Denny, Win Wilson,
Joseph Hilton. It 0 and J; Kenneth \lc-
Kcime, Jr, Wm B McKcnzie, David B
Illnir, Chas Redlern, Ch is Kent.
se 4-lm
Now Advert isements.
Alhambra
BILLIARD SALOON,
cohkeh louiuvm u tvu mi* srs.
Entrance on Yates Street.
se 3-lra
ARRIVAL OF ANOTHER CARGO FROM
Virginia & Cuba,
VIA 'ASP1NWAIX,
Of the Idest   Celebrated Braridi of
TOBACCO   &   SEGARS
EVER IMPORTED
Ramplcs  un   be   hud   at   tlie '• 4IIELPH!,"
corner Yates and Government streets.
Arrival of a few more Plants
by the " California."
t&* Office of C. F.  Green's Victoria
and Hsquimalt Express.
r. CjMPBEI.Ii,
se 2 ADELPHI HEOAR STORK.
Snorborg &  Rueff,
COMMISSION   MERCHANTS,
Importers and Wholesalo Deale~s in
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS,
Boots and  Shoes,
Wharf street, Victoria, V. i. se 8
—or ths—
EUREKA CONCERT ROOM
UHDEJt THK MMAIiOEXT OF BBS. <J1 Alll.KS,
'THIS MOST FAVORITE AND FASHION-
•* aide place of amusement having been
entirely re-doiornted will reopen Tbia Evening nt 0 o'clock. Mr. Ned Reed, the fuinous
Banjo Player will be in attendance to amuse
visitors with his minstrel Songs. At the liar
the best of case Liquors nnd llavauu Cigars
will be dispensed.
Open every Evening at 9 o'clock, admission
free. au24
FASHION   HOTEL
ABD
Concert   Room.
The only Place of Amusement in
Town!
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVING LEASED
these  well   known establishments, begs
leave to announce that tbey will be
Re-opened on Saturday, July 28.
Tbe former Billiard HjH has been converted
Into a Concert Room, where may always be
found attentive and obliging attendants.
Best qualities  of Wines, Liquors, and Cigars served by the proprietor in person.
CHAS. BROOKS.
tar Adbisbiob Fbbb. au 26
REMOVAL.
Da. POWELL HAS REMOVED HIS
Surgery and Residence to the corner of
DOUGLAS AND BROUGHTON STREETS
(near Fort).
Office Hours—9 A. Jl. to  12  M,, and  8
P, II. to 10 P. M.
August 23. au 26
NEW    WESTMINSTER
GAME   DEPOT,
YATES   ST.,
Next door to  Ihe corner of Government,
opposite Zelner's Drujj Store.
THK SUBSCRIBER HAVING MADE AR-
raiigemi-nts to receive from different
parties the produ c of the Island and country
will be prepared to lurnish
Game,
Pish,
Fruits,
Poultry,
Eggs    and    Vegetables,
Each  and  all in  tlieir IHIOQ, at the lowest
prices.
JAMB*   AMJ21T.
au 31-lm
Oriental Restaurant,
YATES   STREET,
In connection with tba Oriental Hotel.
THIS   ESTABLISHMENT   IS   OPEN AT
ALL HOURS OF THE DAY OR NIGHT.
T-EIE    TABLE
Will bo furnished with the best the market
alfords.
Breakfast,
Dinner,
Sapper
At moderate prices.
Oysters   in   every   Style.
Private Rooms for small or large pnrtlcs.
Call and judge for yourselves.        au 30-lm
"ROUND THE CORNER"
IS THE NAME OF THE
nXTE-W    SALOON
JUST OPENED IN
Lnnsley   Street,   round   the
corner frotn Yates street,
In the  building formerly  occupied   by   the
Saloon of Kbkuiurdt's Hotel.
The Saloon hns been tastefully refitted,
and will be supplied with the
FIRST   QUALITY   OF
V/ines   and  Liquors.
The proprietor respectfully invites the public to cull "ROUND THE CORNER" and
judge fot themselves,
UOVBIINRENT   8TIIKR    BXTBAX01 — KMT
door to tho Telegraph Office.
nu29        .IMOII    IIEHKIMKR.
Ihe Only Sure Way to Save the
Country!
IS TO PATRONIZE
cameron's island produce
i^af^is:ft,
No.   18   Fort   street,   opposite   Mrs.   Hoal's
Hoarding-house.
■UMILIES AND HOTEL-KEEPERS AV1LL
1^
good
find  always on  hand fresh,  cbeup, and
1
Island Vegetables nnd Fruit,
Island Fish nnd Game of all sorts,
Island Eggs and Mutter,
Island Venison cut to order,
Island Poultry! kc, kc, kc.
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 peddler that eter ate rice—
" So walk on, John I"
August I'tli, ISCil. au 17-lm
J.  NAGLE,
Shipping Hester and Commission
Agent-
CHEWS SUPPLIED AT THE SHORTEST
Notice—Goods entered and cleared at
the Custom House; Manifests, Charter Parties,
and Bi Is of Sale made out. Vessels bought
or sold.
S&-  Several small Vessels  for  sals  or
cbarter.
Ornos—Bastion   street,   near   ths Police
Barracks. aul7
3STOTIOB.
DURING   MY   TEMPORARY   ABSENCE
at San Franc.sen,  my   brother,   Peter
Matthlessen, holds my Power of -Utorney.
Dated Hotel St. Nicholas, Government street,
Victoria, 14th August, 186C.
au 15 N. C. MATTHIESSEN.
TUT!
EVENING TELEGRAPH
GENERAL
Job   Printing
ESTABLISHMENT
Langley Street, Victoria,
The  Printing   Office
or THK
EVENING
TELEGRAPH
Offlce is replete with every appliance
and variety of Material for tbe
Execution of
LETTER PRESS  PRIHTINli!
In all its branches, whether
Plain or Ornamental
Miscellaneous.
THE OFFICE AIMS at securing
such speedy Execution of orders as is
consistent with correct aud elegant Work-
oianahlp.
Orders received for Printing
Books,
Business Cards,
Pamphlets
Invoices,
Catalogues
Bill Heads,
Sermons,
Trade Forms,
Reports
Circulars, (Plain
Rentals,
Coloured,)
Leases,
Hand   Bills. (Plain or
Law Forms of every Coloured,)
description,
Tor Prices,   apply   at the  Office.
Langley street.
General News Agent
J. Stratman.
EMPIRE NEWS DEPOT
Cor. Washington *% Sansome su*.
Son FrancilOOi
THE ADV RTISBlt Is prepared to supply
wilh punctuality and celerity tbennnrxed
newspapers ami periodicals upon the following
terms All orders, to receive Immediate attention, must be accompanied by Cash remittance,
and banded in previous to the 4th, 14th, and
24th of each month.
London Daily Time I $14 00
"       The FisM -  MOO
"       Illu,tral»d Times ....„  7 00
"       WeeklyTimes       7 00
«      Bull'* Life tn I^imlon ,...14 00
'       Weekly Dispatch 1100
"       111. New«ofllie Woild 1400
a       Public Opinion  7 60
'      Indox (Free Trade) lino
"       III.  Rportinj New«....,..,,,,,.. 800
"      Spectator , ii, It 00
"      Review  1400
<•       Saturday Keri«w..,.. 14 00
bllblH Ration < ..IS 00
Ixindu.i Illustrated News 14 00
Atlacfc llonllil." 3 01
Black wood's Mwzine .,..., 8 00
itvp-r*. M:i?;i7ine ». .i  ..i 3 00
Sixpennr MngtiEtne M 3 nu
Knickerbocker  ,,,,., t.*Af
Pacific M mt'ily •'•• 3 00
(ioiley'sladies Book....   ..,...,i ,...3 00
Mulioal HoFi.it. ,...3 00
Continental Mafaxine 3 00
Madam Pemorest'a    onthly................3 OS
F. l«tlle> new t-'amtly Masraiiue...........  3 00
Chamber a' K'linburgh  oumal.i..,,.,,.,... 4 00
Monthly   papart, Onoaa   Week ,...600
" "       All tbe Tear Round 5 00
Tlnckeray 't Corhhill Magazine fi OC
London Lancet fi 00
IS. A. Sala'i Temple Bar ....0 00
Loudon .Society Mafaiiao fi te)
St. James Majraxiue fi 00
Edinburgh Review ..10 04
London   Hevle* ,.10 00
North BritishItevlew 10 00
^•stmioster Re«iew 10 no
London AH Journal..... , 1200
MiniPXft  gmsltlif Mag 10 00
EX   FIDELITER
A Choice lot of Bacon
.Iii.-st   Arrived.
For Sa'e by
ao 2
P.   G-illigaH,
STOUE 8TRKET.
LTTIMIIBEiR,
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF ROUGH
/V    and dressed for sale cheap,
J. ROBEItT.SO* STEWART.
Victoria, V. I., 20ih August, ISCtl. au 22
EXPRESS LINE STAGES.
qnilB COACHES OF THIS LINfi W... I,
X now ruo regularly, leaving Yale, o. V
on
DIondayN,
Wednesday*,
And Frldayg,
AT 7, A. II.,
FOR    HAVANA'S    FERRY
(Big Bend Route), until the completion ot th*
road, when they will go lo Havana's Kerry.
The Coach for Cariboo will leave Yals on
Monday.
jy 'i F. J. BARNARD
THE GHEAT   KEMEDY   OF   THB
AGE.
HOLLOWAY'S OINTMENT.
The   ,(TK t    of  Ihe   Olnllmnt   on    tha
Syitem
To the very coe and centre of nil dllrasea
which affect tbe human body, this remarkable
preparation penetrates. It disappears under
the friction ol the hands, as salt disappears
when rubbed u^on meat. Tbe utiguent per*
forms its healing errand rapidly, safely, aad
without paint Simple eruptions, open sores,
bard tumors, scrofulous developments of all
kinds, abcesses, cancers, old wounes. and, in
(act, every species of inflammation nnd suppuration, whether ih tbe skin, tbe flesh, tba
glands, or ntnong thc muscles, Can be arresteb
in ill destructive course, and permanently
cured without danger by rubbiug in tbia Ihes'
titnablc Ointment.
Had
Lega,   Bad   flreasta,     Korea,   aad
llcera.
In waiiy Hospitals in Europe this celebrated
remedy is now used for the cure of old wounds,
sores, and ulcers; in Spain and Portugal, and
in tnnnt parts of Italy, the first I'hysicians r»-
regularly prescribe its use. It is a sovereign
remedy for bad breasts and bnd legs; and like-
wise for all skin diseases. It is to be found in
the chest of nearly every sailor, soldier, and ■
emigrant.
liuiirudenclea   nf   Youth ; — Horea   and
I leers.
The above class of complaints la surely r»«
uoved   by   nightly fomenting tbe   parts witb
vitrin water, and then by most ell'ecttially rub
oihg in this Ointment. Persons sniffling froth
these direful complaints should lose not a mn
ment in arresting their progress. It should hi
ordetstood thnt it is not sufficient merely tb
smear the Ointment on thc nlfccted parts, bul
it must be well rubbed ih for somo considerable
time two or tbree times a day, that it may bs
taken into the system, whence It will rcmor.
only hiddeu sore or would as eOectuellv st
though il were palpable to tbe eye. Brerd aud
water poultices, alter the rubbing in ol ll:.
Ointment, Will do great service. This is th(
only proper treatment for females in cases ol
cancer in (he stomach, or for those who suflt j;
Irom a general bearing doun.
■Mica, Fiatulaa, MiUlarea.
Rlotches, as al -n swellings, can with certainty
be radically cured if the Ointment be used
freely, and tbe Pills be taken uigbt and morn,
ing iib recommended in the printed ihstrot-tliobi
When treated in any olherway these complaint.
jnly dry up in one plnce to break out in an-
itber ; whereas this Ointment will remove ths
humor from the system, and leave the jmiieh
i vigorous and healthy being. It will requin
.imc, aided by the use of tuc Pills, to ensure
asting cure.
Dlpthei lu.   Ilrorelittla,   Sole   Throata,
Any of the above class of diseases may ba
-uredbywell rubbing the Ointment threa
.inies a day upon the skin covering the throat,
chest, and neck ot tbo patient. The ungnent
will soon penetrate tbe pores und give imroed*
late relief. To allay the fever and lessen th*
inflamation, eight or ten Pills should be take a
night and morning. The Ointment will produce petspfralion, wbich is so essential for
retno-lng fevers, sore throats, and thnse oppressions of the chest which arise from
Asthoa, Bronchitis, and other causes.
Both the  Ointment and   t'llla   should
be used   tn  the  following  Cases I
Bad I ?%*
Cornn (Corns)
Rhonmatlim
Rnri BrPA.sli
Cuncef-S                    ItcnlU*
Burns
Contracted       and Sure Klppkt
Bunion*
SU tl Joinu
Si re Thront
Biicot MAkchttoci
Klephntitiaiii
Skin dineM
■nd Srtiid-Fliei
FisLuUi
.Scurvy
OCtt-bAJ
Gout
Sir» btttit
CblBgo-foot
(iUndnltr    B*eli-
rtjinom
liogi
Ulcers
.*hi1W.iin*
if mbago.
Wounds
Cbipjt'd Hlinda
Piles
Y»w»
Sold nt V e KutibiiBhrncnt ftl Profimor FlnriowA
lit. Stmnil, 'hear Temple Bu), London ; alsn by 4
.-oPpecUble Druffptsts tnd Pealern in Medicines thmojh
tot tliC civilized world, at the r&ll»winft prices li. l>td
2. Cd, 4t> dd.. lis., 22., and 33s., each Pot.
*tj* There i a considerable saving by taking ths larin
lies.
N B,— Directions for the ruld«nce of Putf^nti in  tt*M
disorder art affiled tt eaeb Pol; bmhbmmb"""
(fcbtning   ^tUgrapb.
NO.N'UAY EVENING, BKPT. 17, 1868.
New Advertisements.
TIIK Hit 11, sll OOUDMBIAH
The ehction of members to serve in the
Legislative Council   of British Columbia
will aoon take place.     In  the me-intinn-
we have the u.-uul iiiflntlo to tlio moment
ou8  occasion.     Addresses from political
•ttspiruniK appear iu   the   public journals,
and   the   usual personal   warfurc pors on
■between the candidates.    When we look
ut tbe precticul   aide  of the situation we
must confess  thut  the   little iptmodU
spurt of public  interest on  tbe   Lower
J-Vascr, and especially in NewWeitniinster,
presents nothing moro  important to our
gize than a very small tempest in a very
small teapot.    We do not wish to under*
rite the importnnt fuuciion on the part of
the people  of selecting a  representative
for the Legislature ; nor are we disposed
to  treat  lightly  such   selection   ou  the
ground of the paucity of the iiambor   to
be represented; but an election In Uritisli
Columbia is, if we mny be purdoued lbe
Hibernianism, no election  at  all.    The
whole nuttier rests iu the  end  with the
'Governor—rests  with him   wliclhcr  the
people's nominee shall take bis sent or not.
Jf au  opponent to the Government   be
elected  nnd allowed to sit, ho is  merely
tolerated on account of his harnilessness.
Tho affair from boginning to end is no-
thing moro  nor less tban a mischievous
burlesque ; for it tends to throw ritliculo
<on the most valued privilege of freemen.
There  is not iv candidate who bas come
forward   but   knows   thnt   ho   will   bo
just   as   much  use   in   the   Council  as
the proverbial " lifth wheel of a couch.''
He can make no impress on  Iho Legislature ; he can inaugurate no policy ; protect no interest.   To bear   Messrs.  Robson and Black, tho candidates for  New
Westminster, talk about what tliey wiil
■do  when   they got   elected—how   they
will   insist   on  retrenchment,   and   tbe
thousand and one other  grand   reforms
necessary for the country's salvation, is
something so essentially fanciful ihat we
believe no people bat the  inhabitants of
New   Wcstmiustor   could   listen  to the
promises without laughing outright.    We
do not expect to see fire auti-governmcii t
members elected—indeed, present appear
ances would show that  there  is but one
candidate, Mr. Wallare,  of Yule, who is
at all inclined to battle against the powers
that be for popular light.   So Tur, we
have not ho.ird ot the mining candidates,
but we havo no doubt they will bo equally
Opposed   to the Executive.   Supposing,
however, tho fivo members elected  went
into the Council with the firm determination to cut down  salaries,   bow arc they
going to effect it?   Arithmetic, which is
• science a little more perfect ond a lit tin
more potent than politics, is ugainst them.
Fivo   men   can   never hope to become
greater numerically than ten, and  when
we have self-interest and position on the
side of the ten, against lukewarm   advo"
■cacy at the best op the side  of tbe five,
of all   impossibilities   in tho   world  thc
presumption   of the   minority    ruling,
or  of   even    affecting    the    rule,    is
about the greatest.   No good can como
oat of any such Legislature, and no good
can come out of any such election as that
which is now about  lo tnko plane.    A
thousand times hotter would it be, as has
been suggested by a writer In  tbo Colum
lion, for the Governor to  havo the whole
responsibility thnn for tbis paltry tmtke-
sbift to be carried on—a  thing  without
responsibility and  without  use.   If the
people in British Columbia did what wns
right they  would  treat Mr. Birch's proclamation with the scorn it merits, instead
of going through so outrageous a farce as
that of nominating men to sit liko helpless
mummies in the Official  Council.   Uudei-
such circumstances we cannot look  with
sny degreo of interest on the present contest.   Whether Mr. Robson, who Is essen
tially a New Westminster candidate, whose
labors and advocacy have  been all New
Westminsterian, meets, as might naturally
under the circumstances be expected, with
the New We6tmiuster Bupport, or whether
his less energetic opponent obtains  tbe
majority, will  not we  believe affect  the
prospects  ot Ilriiish  Columbia or New
Westminster any   more  than a   pebble
would  affect  the course of the Fraser.
Aud we BBy this without casting any reflection on the abilities of either  candidate ; for  the result would be the same
if tbey bad tbe powers of Gladstone himself.
3STOTIOE.
I   HEREBY   GIVE   NOTICE   THAT   TIIE
partnsrsblp beretofors Misting between
Moses Hemy Pike, J <hu Tilcmili. and Ihe
iirolfrHgiicd, all of Victoria. In tne vkaleboal
kn.,« n as the Pilots' 11 nt, as also the white-
hall boat known as tbe Pilots' Boat, is hereby dissolved.
Wiliie-s, W.  GARDNER.
Jons OoreurD, Solicitor.
Victoria V. I., 17lh September, I8r,B.
se li-'lt
NOTICE.
ILL PERSONS BAVIN'1. CLAIMS
.\ against the undersigned are requested to
present them within JO days from dale.
All persons indebted to ths undersigned are
requested to settle their accounts witli iu-'to
days cither by note or otherwise, or they will
be given in my Attorney for collection, as I
intend to leave for Europe.
bc 10 lm J. W. KEVKER.
FOR     SALE
TWO C, no VERA BAKER HEWING
MACHINES, for heavy ivork; one
Singer's Machine, No. 2, for lino and heavy
work.
All tli» goods pertaining lo the business,
including cotton goods, ticking, pulu, and
other goiuls too numerous too mention,
The above will bo sold for less tban cost
within 30 days.
Tcims—Cash or approved Notes.
—ALSO-
Tho entire stock of t'rockory, Hardware,
Furniture, Fancy Guods, kc,, on the samo
terms ns above.
All goods unsold after 30 days will be sold
at atictiou.
so 16-lut J. tt.  KEVSER.
LCE~CjpAM~
DURING TIIK CONTINUANCE OF
TUB WARM WKA'IHER
IOE    GKEAM
WILL BE SEI1VEDBY
A. W. Piper,
Government street, opposite Theatre,
sc 1.1 1-m
Queen Charlotte Coal
Mining Company (Lim.)
AUCTION.!J. P, DAVIES & CO.
N'l'lV    AllviTtist'llHIltS.
A>
Notice   cf   Meeting.
N EXTRAORDINARY GHNKRAF, MKET-
intf of Shareholders of this Compauy will
be. held in tbe oftito of ihe Company, City
Council Chambers, on Friday the H8th of
September, 18i>g, at one o'clock.
IJ'ifinoss To confirm the special resolutions passed at a meeting held August 28th,
I80t>, and oilier bu-iness whith may tome
legitimately before tbo said meeting.
J. S. WILLIS,
«c!3 Secretary.
HERMAN  SHULTZ,
—AT—
Eis Wei! Known and Old Established
Stund
The Government st. Boot Store,
Hits just received per steamer
A   FINE   ASSORTMENT   OP
Ladies' and   Children's   Shoes,
Which he offers at a very loir price.
TOMORROW,
Tuesday, Sept.   18th,
AT 11   O'CLOCK, A. H.»
<>;j THE PREMISES
llou*c situated on Douglng
bet. Kane and Rue ■<(.
FURNITURE
-Ol' —
J. An MoOrea
Retiring from Housekeeping
Mr. P. Iff. BACKUS> Auctioneer,
Hus kindly consented to conduct tho stilo.
Tiro furniture is  neatly   new  ond well
kept, und consists in part as fo lows :
till OMXRS AM) COBUISSiOl  UKUtHlSTS.
Saleroom, Hrc;>roof -ton* building,
Wharf M.. war latcfc.
Cash Alliances made  on Consiynments.
THURSDAY.
Thursday, Sopt. 20th,
A.T     SALESROOM,
wlmrf Street,
At   ELEVEN,    A.M.,
TO BE SOLD BY
PUBLIC   AUCTION,
By order of the late Directors of the
PHILHARMONIC SOCIETY,
m
SUPERIOR
VIOL AM FLAGEOLET.
Receives by each steamer from  Kngland and
Sail   Francisco
BOOTS     Sc    SHOES
FINEST   AND  BEST-QUALITY,
FRENCH   LEATHER,
—AND—
SHOE     FINDINGS,
At prices to correspond with the times,
sc 12
1 Steinwny & Pons Piano in rosewood
case. This is acknowledged to be the
best on the Island, those gentlemen having taken the prize at the World's Fail-
in London.   Cost $050.
One rosewood Stereseope Stund, with
2 Bets eye pieces, containing about U00
views of the most beautiful description.
Cost $150
A complete sot of Parlor Furnitoro,
Sofas, Tubles, Chairs, &e.
One fine rosewood Centre Table, dark
marble top
What-Not, Side Tables, Cabinets, Ac
1 largo black walnut Extension  Table
1 large mahogany Side board, marble
top
2 Very largo gilt, frame mirrors
A largo and beautiful assortment of
paintings aud engravings
Mne Brussels carpet nearly now
2 Inrgo  con! oil  Chandeliers, 2 lamps
■wh
Up-stoirs— One fine rosewood Bedroom
set
Mahogany Bedstead with spring mattress, Tables, Chairs, &c
—ALSO"
Kitchen and Dining-room utensils
Crockery and Glnssware
Plates, Knives, Fork*, Spoons, &c
All of which will be fully described in
Catalogue aud on view, on Monday llth
instant. so 13
An extensive and well selected CollfC
tiort of Operatic, Vocal, Oiehestrnl, and
Dance Music, Glees, Chorusscs, kc, kty.
Lot   Household
FURNITURE !
8 Cooking and 0 Parlor Stoves
liedstead<, Straw ai.d Pulu MuttrasaeS
Ciine nnd wood seat chairs
Hocking and Arm chairs
A variety of Tables
Chiffonier, Wardrobe, Bureau
Bedroom Mirrors, Lotingo
Pictures, Coal Oil Lamp, Matting
Grindstone!  fenders, Crockery
Bar Room, Saloon, and Parlor Clocks
ALSO, TO PAY STORAGE
2 Trunks and contents
1 Portmanteau, 9 lots books
ALSO,
miW SEIZURE FOR LICEXST
3 ean"s Gin
1 cage Brandy
1 do   Champagne
1 do   Old Tom
.All   the   Fixtures  and
Furniture of
BARBE* SHOP !
TT-NIVERSITY
—0*—
WASHINGTON TERRITORY
TEHMS CASH,
J. P. Davies   &> Oo.,
so 16 Auctioneers.
HOUSE!
,\T   THE    ST,   NICHOLAS   HOTEL,    J
il CHAMBERMAID.
Apply at the Office of the Hotel.
sc IB
rpHIS INSTITUTION WILL REOPEN ON
A tlie 17th inst. Pupils ol both sexes received, who will bc eipected to lurnish their
own rooms, which are provided in separate
buildings, free of charge.
The   Kirpenso   ol   Boarding   and  Tuition,
without incidentals, will  not exceed §50 per
quarter of 11 weeks, payable in advance.
For further information address
REV. GEO, F.tvHITWORTH,
Seattle, W, T., Sept. 1st, 1866,
President,
se II
LTTIMZZBIEIR,
A   LARGE   ASSORTMENT   OF   ROUGH
and dressed for sale cheap,
J. ROBERTSON STEWART.
Victoria, V. I„ 20th August, 1806, au 22
For Portland Direct.
THE FINE SCREW STEAMER
"PIDBLITEE,"
CAPT. M. C, ERSKINE,
Wiil sail from Brodrick's  Wharf,  for the
above port,  on
Wednesday, September 19,
AT 8 O'CLOCK A. M.
carrying freight and passengers.
For particulars apply on board, or to
J. P. COUCH, Agent,
't 18 Wharf sireet,
LINCOLN
Cor Washington and Front sts,
PORTLAND, OREGON.
IV. C.  .Tl AT Mil ■•>>» l-VV,
Of  the   St,   Nicholas   Hotel,   Victoria,
HAVING TAKRN THE ABOVE HOUSE,
wishes to announce to Iho public that he
is now piepared to accomodate guests in ft
s itisfactory mann'r. Nothing will be left undone, which is iu the power of the proprietor
to do, to render guests comfortable
Portland, August 24th, 18C6, se 14
Dissolution   of  Partnership.
NOTICE.
'I'HE PARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE EX-
1 Istlng between Thomas Napier Hibben
and Jumes Carswell. under the namo or firm
of Hibben & Carswell, has been this day dissolved hy mutual consent.
The otisiness will in future he carried on
by Mr. T. N Hibben, who will pay and receive all money duo to or owing by the late
firm
Dated this 13th dny of September 1866.
THOMAS NAPIER HIBRKN,
JAMES  CARSWELL.
Witness to the signature of Thomas Napier
Hibben,
Ghohoe Pk/.rkes,
Solicitor, Victoria, V, L
Witness to the Signature of James Carswell,
Until.UT  BlSltOP,
Solicitor, Victoria, V. I,
se 13-lm
THURSDAY
REAL  ESTATE
SALE OP
FIRST-CLASS
OITY PROPERTY!
Sales   Positive ~- Titles
Guaranteed.
J.P.Davies & Co*
Are instructed hy the Mortgagees
TO  S! LL   AT l'UIL IC   AUCTION
At   Salesroom,
WHARF STREET,
Thursday, Sept. 27th,
AT 12 O'CLOCK, SHARP!
ALL THOSE pieces or purcels of
land in Ihe town of Victoria, V. I.,
situate on Fort street, and hounded ns
follows i Bcginnhing nt u point on the
northerly side of Fort street, ISO feet
east from the corner of Blanehard nnd
Fort streets ; thence northwardly at right
Hiiglus 120 feet j ihetiee westwardljr 30
feet ; thence southwardly 120 feet; thence
onstwardly to tho place of beginning,
being the easterly half of town lot (J280)
two hundred aud eighty-six, together
with all improvements thereon, com-'
piising the double ft outage store,
twenty-two feet front, together with the
five roomed Dwelling House, lathed and
plastered throughout and papered onr
plaster ; large kitchen 2'> ly 14 feet ', Ine
fruit iind vvguablo garden in the reir,
and lurge Giite Entrance on Fort street.
This property was lately rented as a piano
store to Mr. Buguul at the low rental of
Twenty Dollars ppr month. For further
particulars upply to JOHN COPLAND,
. sq , Attorney-at law, Bastion street.
ALSO, FOR SAME At COUNT
JAMES BAY BREWERY
—AND—
ALL THOSE pieces or parcels of Und
in the town of Victoria, V I., situate slid
known on tho oOTicial map of the same bs
Town Lots Nos. 1731) and 1734, having
it frontage of CO feet each on Michigan
street, James Bay, by a depth of 165
feet, thu two lots making half an acre j
togothor with all improvements thereon,
which comprise tho four roomed Cottage
fasidonce, throe stall Stable and Conch-
house, fine Fruit and Vegetable Garden,
und one of the best brick Wells In tbe
colony, 78 feet deep, with large force
pump, tbo well bringing In a rental of
TEN HOLLARS PER MONTH.
The Brewery Comprise*
Brewhouse, large Copper, resting on brick
arch, Mash and Malt Tubs, Underbid:
Cooler, Brick Cellar, Mult Room, witb
Work round, Malt House, With brick floor,
Brick Mult Kiln, with flues complete, also
large Bottling House.
B®»Michigan street is one of the best
macadamised strcels on tbe Island.
J6?*Tlie Brewery and Plant are com-
p!et3 in every respect and capable of supplying both colonies.
This property is well worthy the atUn*
tion of intending buyers.
ACTS OF SALB AT BUYERS' EXPENSE.
se 17
J. P. DAT1E8, A fO.
Auctioneer!
POR SALB
rpHE RIGHT, TITLE, AND INTEREST
A in Land known as R Till. S 20, Qua»-
ichan Distric , and R VIII, S l,Somet»»
District, in al about 100 acres, situate in tb»
Cowichan Settlement.
For particulars apply lo
JOHN GLASSEY,
Bastion street,
«e 9-Im Opposite Sheriffs Office. Gtotiung   (Telegraph.
MONDAY  EVENING. SEPT.   17.   1866.
COMMERCIAL.
«OfcYI<M   RILE   TO-ntlKHOW.
P. If. HACKi'S Will sail ut 11 o'eUekj a.
hi., on the premise*, one Piano in roaawood
case, one Stereoscope Stand, set PaNor Furniture, Caalre and Side Tallies, Mirror*,
Painting* and Engravings, Cafpei, Chaada-
Uers, one Bedroom set, Bedstead, Chairs
Crockery, GhiBswiiri!, Plates, Kolvai, Porks,
Spoons, Ac , being Furniture ol Mr. J. A.
lfcCrea, retiring from hoiiHekecpiug.
ami'HiNU ivri..i.i,n.i..\i,i...
I'JRT OK VICTORIA, VANCOUVKK   ISI.ANn.
ISTKIltl).
Sept 17—Schr Eliza, Midillcton, Saaolch
Stiur Enterprise,   Swanson, New Wesluiin-
ater
CI.BiREO.
Sept 17—Sip Ocean Qua«A, Smith, San
Juan
Mmr Enterprise, Sfranton, New Westminster
l'reNhylei'iun ( liunli.
Rr.v. Ma. Si!mkiivm,i.l yesterday preached
bis lirst sermon in the new church of Hi. Andrew's, Broughton street. The building,
Which has been rocenily lilted up fur the occasion was filled. The text iu the foi-enouu
Was from Acts xx., v. 86: "It is more
blcS.,cd to give than to receive;" and in tlie
evening, from Isaiah .xxi and 11:" Watclnu ui,
What of the night V At the cud of thc service thc reverend gentleman read a statement
explanatory of his position in leaving the
cburch on Pandora street. He said the more
he pondered over tho step  he had taken, the
hiore he was convinced of its nsOSSltty. He
believed it would redound  to  the benefit  of
Mie IVes'iy'.i-rinu church iu this colony, nml
Iiu tailed upon his congreg lion to assist him
in the work in which he was engaged, namely,
in building up a strung aad enduring church,
Connected with tbo Church of Scotland, ll
was necessary in establishing a church to
bave unity and harmony among its members,
•Md lie believed that the good old Church of
Scotland, which kept up step hy step with
lbe liberality nnd progrCBS of the age, wou'd
moBt conduce to this result. All classes
of Presbyterians Qonld unite under ils banner
nnd make it a great and lasting good to thc
colony. So far as he was concerned, he intended to dnvntc himself almost exclusively
lo tho spiritual work of the church. The
temporal nltairs the congregation would have
in then- own hnnds, and arrangements would
be shortly made fnr the election uf managers.
Thc services on both occasions were listened
to with great interest.
Bov. D. Dulf, nf New Westminster, preached
yesterday morning in the First Presbyterian
Church, Pundora street, on the text, " due
aowelh anil another reapeth." In the eveniug
the Bcv. B. Jamieson, of Nanaimo, preached,
choosing lor a text, thc words of St. Paul to
the christians of Pbllllppl—" Only let your
C'invcr-atiiiu bc as becuinetli ihe gospel of
Christ." The rev. gentleman addressed the
Congregation wiih special reference to their
present painlul Circumstances, in a very earnest nnd Impressive manner. He feelingly alluded to (ba first evening he himself set foot
in iho colony, some four and a half years ago,
When he heard Itev. Mr Hall address his Hock
on ihe text, "But our God turned the curse
Into a blessing," and he sincerely trusted ihat
the tnisfortuno or calamity which had now
fallen upou the church would ultimately be
overruled for their nood.
At the conclusion of the morning service,
Ilev. Mr. Jnmieson read from the pulpit the
following statement:
Dkau Hrktuukv : We take this firHt opportunity of expressing our sympathy with you
as a congregation, in the circumstances in
which you are now placed. We have cheerfully complied with the request of yonr Committee to give you our advice, nud whatever
assistance may be in our power. It is our
deliberate conviction that Mr, Somervillc hns
acted most irregularly in the manner in
which he has left this congregation, There
ia no straightforward resignation iu any scire,
mnch less a r signation iu accordance with
the constitution of our Church. Iu an inter
tlow which we have hail with Mr. Somervillc,
he acknowledged thnt the Colonial I'nnimitlee,
to whom he Is responsible, had not yet received or sanctioned his resignation, bul tlmt
" he is determined to run nil risks." Iu these
Circumstances, then, there is plainly a desertion of his pastoral charge, the duties of
Which he undertook in the most solemn manner possible. Not only so, but there is a
betrayal of the trust repose I iu hi u when he
accepted your call to i>e your minister. He
then pledged himself to carry on th ■ work of
a congregation, embracing all sections of our
church from every quarter. Mr. Somerville
bas now broken that pledge, by seeking to
have a congregation in connection with one
particular section and country : and that, too,
before ha is properly released from ths
charge, or has obtained the sanction of any
church to organize a mission station iu opposition to this congregation. We pronounce
no opinion upon the merits of past different.'S
and difficulties iu this congregation since Mr.
Boinerville's arrival, We simply refer to Ihe
sojcalled resignation, and to tho commencement of a sectional mission station, of Which
Mr, Somerville is thc yet unrecognized, and
therefore irresponsible and voluntary minister.
Wc believe that no real friend of onr
church ought to countenance this second effort
of the same parties to divide us, and hinder
our work in these Colonies. You are aware
that a congregation of the same name, aud in
the same-connection as the uew mission station, was commenced in this city about two
years ng >, bnt was soon and wisely given up
by the Rov. Mr. Nimmo [ though nt that time
it was organized in a regular constitutional
way, and when tbe population wus larger,
nnd the prospects of the place much more
favorable. ■
It will be very strange, indeed, nnd quite
unprecedented, if the Colonial Commit ee
sanction the proceedings which have taken
place in such an ill-advised manner : especially when they receive the communications which have been sent to them yesterday.
We reluctantly discharge what we conceive
to be a very painful duty in making this
eutement. We cannot, however, as Ministers
engaged and committed to the cause of Chfls-
lim unity and progress in oouuectloo wllfa
our Church, hmk upon ihe wp   ',<. io wantonly
mnde .if ilu- nnl.le work inaiignr:i!i d nnd car-
rled ou in -m I, ■ Christian spirit, nnd in -uch
a leit-dcin ing and laborious way bjr o
teemed brother, Mr. Hall, without tonrlrma-
log It, ud exhorting yuii tu hear patiently
I trial and disappointment ih the bone
that   it may be overruled   for  goml   by   the
Great iie.d ut the Church.
(Signed) Kciimit Jahisho*,
II.  Hi-it.
A»SAii.T  o«  I!oa:<ii Sine.—Capt. Mark, of
thi tblp Koyal Tiir, entered B  charge   SfslOSi
John McKay, 'me of his crew, tot attempting
lo strike him w'lh a holystone, ivhile etiaa«
ing the dc ks. The captain slated that he
had put the in.a in irons fur the olfence but
afterwards partly forgave him and let him
out, wheu the man went up thc shrouds and
endeavored lo >ignal the navy with his shift,
('apt. Mark then sent bis first mate to In ing
bim down, and again pu. him in irons. Mr:
Bi3hop appeared for the accused, and stated
that he had counter charges to make against
the captain. Tlie man wished to leave the
ship and join the navy. After some cross-
examination by Mr. Bishop, Capt Mark said
he hnd uo objection, if the man really wished
to join the navy, to withdraw the charge sad
pay his wages. Mr. Bishop agreed Iind undertook to fee that McKay would join the
navy ; he wns accordingly remanded one day
to allow the matter to bc settled.
beard n great distance nnd nearly all tlie
window! iu tbt vicinity were broken.
N umbers of persons were stank witb
fragments of tlu budding. Loss $20,000.
New Vo'k, Sept. 18—Twoofflctfiof
'he Danish Government nre in tbis mob*
try superintending thn settlement ol eight
thousand Scandinavian   emigrant*,  who
are to arrive by the new line of steamers
between this city uinl the llultie ports.
€ a Hilda.
Ths Herald s despatch says : fnnndinns
nre again excited lor four nl snother Fenian mill nml are demanding tlmt England
shall declare war uguiiist the United
States if the Fctiiin orguriizitioti be not
■oppressed
Washington Territory.*
Moxticki.i.o, Sepl. 15—The steamei"
lle-cile sunk   While uu her way from here
to Portland,yesterday, in tha Willamette
slough. Shu struck a snag. No litres
lust.
An "Om> IIako."—Bon Marlin ngain rp-
peared In tho police court this morning,
Obarged with lighting with an Indian. Ben
repudiated the charge, and said the Blwaib
could not speak Chinook grammatically, or so
as to be understood, and that the Indian was
tempting him to buy whisky for him—a
temptation ho resisted by tbratbldg the
tempter. Inspector Welsh gave Hen a very
bad name, and the magistrate ordered him to
find bondl of $5(1 to keep the peace or go to
jail 14 dnys ; also $|lt liueor two months' imprisonment for assaulting the officer.
A San Francisco DlBOTAItts.—Tbe S. F.
Alia, of ,v'ept. 3, says : A young ludy of great
musical promise will debut this evening in
Italian opera, under the kind auspices of
Signor Blanch], Miss K, C, Ilr.nn,.rn, tht
niece of our well known millionaire and
pioneer citizen, Samuel Hriinnnii, Rsq«, essays
the role of Anlouina in " Bellaarlo." Miss
Briiunan, for some years, has confined ber
anistic efforts to church music. She is gifted
by nature with a full, clear, and sympathetic
soprano voice-, which has received a thorough
scientific training, nnd judging from her
efforts In pub!to and at rehearsals, we shall
be much disappointed if the young lady doea
not achieve lUi cess.
Don't Blow Down Lamp Chimneys.—It is
a very general custom among those who use
kerosene for illuminating purposes to extinguish their lights hy blowing down the
chimney. This is a very dangCruiis practice,
and almost inevitably results in an explosion if
tliere is nny delect in the wick or burner. A
case of thc kind occurred in Boston a few
evenings slilce, nnd came near resulting in a
Serious conflagration.
Si'ivasii Bows—John Anthony, a colored
man, complained that a rascally looking Indian, who appeared in the dock-with his head
tied up, had sma le d the windows of a house
belonging to him iu Fisgard street. After inquiring into ihe matter the   magistrate   lined
the siwn-li £20 or two months' Imprisonment,
also $10 or one month for fighting iu the
streets.
A Piiivatk LSTTSR from San Francisco last
mail says : " Poor old Ocnnes came down here
recently from Big Bend, a pitiable object ;
sonic Victorian fri'lids raised money SdOagjh
to send bim home to England under the care
of Or. Brown."
Music ma Sai.b—The music belonging lo
the Philharmonic Society, to be sold nt auction hy Messrs. J. I'. Dnvies * Co. on Thiirs-
diy will be on view at the salesroom to-morrow, from 10 a.m. till 2 p.m.
Kaa China.—The ship Kedania, lumber
laden fur Amoy, China, anchored off Albert
Head yesterday illuming, for two additional
hands.
Tim Pilots.—Pilots Pike, Gardner aud
Titcomb have dissolved partnership, and arc
going in each on his own hook.
TELEGRAPHIC
Eaptera.
New York, Sept, I'i—A deputation of
about 91 Southern Unionists from the
Philadelphia Convention are here en route
to visit Lincoln's grave. They had on
enthusiastic meeting in a church last
evening, and will hold meetings nt ull the
prominent places along tho roOto.
Cincinnati, Sept. 19—The President
and party arrived here nt S n.m , and
were received by tbe Committee of Reception, which went down the river on
boats to meet the excursionists. The reception took place on landing, a welcome
address being delivered by W. S Groes-
batdt, Democrat. The President responded in a speech of three quarters of an
hour, and thc party then started in carriages for a drive through the suburbs.
A large crowd assembled on the levee ;
there was littlo enthusiasm, the reception
was quiet and well conducted. Grant
came over from Covington, Kentucky,
nud participated. Secretary Seward was
quite ill nud remained ou tbo boat.
Albant, N. Y., Sept. 12—A terrific
explosion occurred hero this evening.
The saw mill and planing factory of S.
nnd G. Sook blew up, killing ten or
twelve persons and seriously injuring sev-
eu or eight others. The cau»e is unknown.   Tbe uoiso of tho explosion was
i rm
New Alv.TliS'
New A(lvcrti-r!ti?nfp.
Queen Charlotte Coal Mining Co.
(LIMITED.)
Notice   of  Assessment
AT A MKETINO nl' DIUBCTORfl ''I' TBE
above Comp Lfly I,'' ! : ;:   daj tiie fellow-
lag resolution was passed :—
" That ah Assessment of Blspanee
per "-hare ou A shares bs Aam iiim';--. pajalsl*
i', the -ei ninry ai the office "f tba Company,
oo or befire ilie tttb in-i.. between tlie hours
of 11 A. M. und I  P.M. tally."
J. S. WILLIS,
Corner Broad and Trounce sts. 1   ,.       ,
September 0th, lBOti.        / "•"•"T-
se 7-td
The Uli-Ke of H CB.
Wben men in puw'r stoop to folly,
Persist ill what they know is wrung,
For a time tbey may " feel jolly,"
But their career cannot last long.
Tor there's a pow'r they can't control,
(Which hurls down despots with a nod)
Of liberty the life and soul—
" The people's voice, the voice of God I1'
How silly, then, fur one vain mnn
To think that he alone can rule
Men that arc free ; .to hope he can
He must he mad or else a focd.
To goad them ou in vain he tries:
They can't be driv'n, they might be led.
We know wherein his weakness lies,
Both in thc heart and in the head.
He neither feels nor knows en ,. .,
To govern men by nets of    ive j
lie's made of too despotic stuff
Por people's wrongs his heart to move.
All sacred rights he disregards,
His w rd 's the only law he knows j
Menu slaves from him receive towards,
l''rceineu he treats as bitter Iocs.
He grinds the poor down to the dust ;
There's no such word with him as ' can't;'
Their cash or goods obtain he must,
Resist his iron lule they shan't !
He ha° no heart nor soul lo feel
Of poverty th' Imploring cry;
lie fattens on the cemmon weal,
The rest for him may starve and die.
But the day dinws near nnd the hour
When oue proud despot's rcigu will cease,
He couldn't resist the people's pow'r,
Who bid him now ' depart in peace 1'
IIiilluwav's Tli-Ls.—Piaiili(«a un.l ilouel Ceiriplainti.
—These nialnnie* aro ever present, ai.d if left mnit-
teudtnl [nquanlly terminate filally. It should be
overywh-ie Known thii both cholera niirt diiirlmia de-
pend nn the presen -e of mime andigemeil snlviatice in
tho Itoanoh ot bowels, or some dulctorinui tiia'ter in
lli« blodd, and that Hollnwav'i Pilli can expel either
villi o-He anil expedition. Tliey conciliate in a nor-
pruinj decree piirifyinff, alternativu, reRtilatlne anil
Htreinrlhening qualifier, uiui tlias exert over OVtTjr in-
terniilor-'&n tlie wholetometv controlling infliiinc ' ■»
neoepHnry f^r snbiiiiiii^ exc.gslve action In the hu-nan
fruru. Holloway's msdlolao may lie advantageously
laken as a unions . f kcrpfnir the bl aid pure ami tile
body cool—the only practicable plan of mdiituininn
lien tli ill youlli, in tuhneil. and old nge.
Ma. Zinn begs to announce to the inualnt-
ants ol Victoria that he has lately received a
large assortment of Children's Carriages and
Chairs, Fishing basket/ and Plehing Canes,
and a lar^e quantity of .Market and 'Irive line
Baskets, China Vases, t'anrv Goods and Toys,
ell id which have to be sold on or bctoro
February next at greatly reduced prices
floods sold at wholesale for cost prices.     *
New Advertisements.
RED 'LION HOTEL,
GOVE UN M E N T STR E ET.
'I'MK   ABOVK-NA.MBO    UOTKTj   BATING
1   been opened bv
JOE      BUBNj
He will bu  happy lo  meet his   Mends  on all
occasion^, aa    will fiiriiisli them with
the best of
Wine?5 Liquors, Ale, Porter, &c .
and Clears-
BQABD AND LODGING TEH DAY $1.
JlOf Bagatelle aod Skittles.
Call and see the establishment.     JOE presides and keeps order. se 10
For Sale Ex Camden,
Hosteller, Becker, and Angostura Hitlers,
Oregon flder in bbls. and cares,
tlarct bi casks, balf-cnsks and cases,
Suiitrriie and California While Wine,
French tlcohol 00 O.P.,
Cng. tlkpiot, Jlunini and  Bollcngcr Champagne,
And In  store an  assortmrni  of Brandy
and liquors suitable for the Trade.
s®" Depot of Havana Cigars.
Yates street.
sc 6
ISTOTICE,
MARTirT   BROS.,
IMPORTERS OF
Groceries and Provisions,
FIUEPUOOF BUILDINO,
LATELY OCCUPIED BY L'HOTKLIER k Co,
UNANIMOUS
NOxMINATION!
OF
Deluge Engine Company
;fou
Assistant Engineer,
T. J. BURNER
se 7
HAVANA CIGARS
IXWJH  &  AI-TTHOKY,
TOBACCONISTS.
47 "Sates St., Brick Store
Next to Corner of (iorcrument St.,
BBd TO IXI'i.KM TtSZttt rillE.VDS AXD
tnt public la |ri.c.r'ra!   that they   will con-
stunilr l t/tarj   -'• amer n  good   as-
i ■ Seanlne OaXwrnm** rianrn
and Ihe 111 vl l!raill)» l»| Tobiltf o,
Imported direct fur this market, so that they
are eblc lo omueie with anvhrusehu tbis
Island, either Wholesale nr lii-mll.
X,   B—Special   tttent on  Bill  bo paid  to
t'o'inirv   orders.
IIKIMAN   LKWi.V.     |     LOflS ANTHONY.
NOTICE
In tlie Supreme Court of Civil Justice
Vanwuver Island.
In  Bankruptcy.
In the matter of John Joseph Mecredy, a
Bankrupt.
A   MEETING   OF   CIlEDITOItS   OF THB
above bankrupt Will be held at the office
of Mr. John Copland, .Solicitor, Bastion street,
Victoria,   on   Tuesday  the   lSlh   day of September proximo] at •! o'clock p. m., to resolve
that till; offer made in  Court of tbiS date tor
the winding up of the  estate  under arrangement of composition shall be carried out, and
also that application be made to the Court to
stay proceedings in bankruptcy.
Daied this 2»th day of August, A.D. 18C6.
JOHN COPLAND,
Solicitor to Creditors' Assignees,
au20 Bastion street.
Kotice of Postponement-
Tile above   meeting is  unavoidably postponed to  Tuesday,  thc 18lh   Instant, at  the
same place and huur.
JOHN  COPLAND,
Solicitor to Creditors' Assignees,
st 9 Bastion street.
In the  Court of Bankruptcy of the
Colony of' Vancouver Island
Saturday, the 1st day of Sept., A.D. 18G6.
TV'HEREAS, A PETITION FOIt ADJCDI-
\V cation of Bankruptcy, bearing date tbfl
illst day uf August inst., has been duly filed
by Paris Carter, of Fort street, in the City of
Victoria; Collector of debts, nnd he having
been declared a Bankrupt) is hereby required
to surrender himself to His Honor Joseph
Ntedlnim, Chief Justice of the Supreme Court
of Bankruptcy aforesaid, on Wednesday the
Inth nay of September next, at 11 o'clock iu
tho lorenoon, precisely, at tho Court House,
Jiinies .Buv, Victoria, and make a full discovery and disclosure ol his estate and effects,
wben uud where the creditors are to come
prepared to prove their debts, and at the flrll
sitting to choose assignees and commence the
examination ol the Bankrupt, and at the Ian
sitting the Bankrupt is to finish his Lit examination.
All persons indebted to tbs said Bankrupt,
or who have any of his effects, arc not to pu>
the earns but to Mr. W. It. II. Adam-!,a of
Government street, tiie Oiiicai Assignee appointed, and give noiice to
JOHN cni';.AND,
Solicitor, Bastion street, Victoria,
se !!-td
■WHAEP
STREET.
se 6
lu tin Supreme Court of Civil Justice,
Vancouver Island.
In  Bankruptcy.
Wednesday, the 1st of August. l->;'\
li;HEUEAS, A PETITION FOI1 .WUI'IM-
W ration of Bankruptcy, bearing date tbi
Slst day of Jnly last, has been duly tiled by
William Parsons Sayward, Charles Kent, and
Edward Wilson, ngainsi JOHN JnSEi'H
MECREDY of View street, Victoria, Carpenter, and the said John Jo oph M credy,
having been duly declared and adjudicatedS
Bankrupt, is hereby required to surrender
himself to His Honor Joseph Needhnrtl, Chief
Justice of the Supreme I i tin of Civil Justice
aforesaid, on Wednesday the 19th day of September current, at 11 of Ihe clock in ihe fore-
nooinirecisely, at the Court House, Jstnes
Bay, Victoria, and mike a full discovery
and disclosure of his estate und effects, when
aid where the creditors are to come prepared
to prove their debts, and at the first sit'ing to
choose Assignees and commence thc 'examination of the Bankrupt, and at the last sitting,
the Bankrupt is to finish his last examination.
All persons indebted to the said Bankrupl,
or having any of his effects are not to pay or
deliver the same but lo Mr. Daniel Lindsay of
Government street, the Official Assignee-appointed, and give notice to
JOHN    COPLAND,
Bastion streetj Victoria, V. I.,
Solicitor to the Petitioning Creditors,
au 59-td      '
Mrs.   Hein
yEEPS   CONSTANTLY  ON  HAND  THE
IV   latest fashions in
A\d I Is Tu T 1ST E DFl Y,
—AT—
Prices  to  Suit the Times,
GOVERNMENT    STREET
Between Fort and Broughton. sc 5
Jesse  Cowper,
Wholesale nnd Retail Dealer in
B03TS AND SHOES,
LEATHER,
—AND—
SHOE    FINDINGS,
"YATES    STREE^j
OPPOSITE WELLS, FARGO k Ctt.
At the obi stand nf Webster k Co., it
prepared to supply the wants of tfaa
public in his line.
The Latest Stvles
Received by every arrival from Englai d
und Sun Francisco. se 2
Relief   for   the   Afflictedt
THE INTRODUCTION OF
Perry     Davis'
Vegetable Pain Killer
To the SufTcrinc; Ilunmni'y of this Age
has relieved more pain, nnd caused mora
real joy than any other one thing that cat!
, be nn med,
rr id am
Invaluable   Remedy,
Our first I'hvMeians U6e il,  and recommend
its   use ;   tho   Apothecary finds   it   first
among tbe medicinal called for, and
the wholesale Drqgffist considers
it   a   lending article  of his
trade.     All tlie dealers
io medicine Bpwk
alike  in its favor: nnd its
reputation bi a medicine of great
merit nud virtue is fully nnd permanently  established, and it is thu grcal
Family  Medicine   of  Iho Age-
Kvery Volnntcrr iboUld have a bottle; In caiS
of sudden attacks uf Disease.
Tuketi Internally, cures
Sadden Oplds, Oooghs, Ac,
Weak Sumi'ieii,
Central Debility,
Nursing Sure Mouth, Canker,
Lifer Complaint,
Dyspepsia or Indigestion
Crump and pain in tho Stomach,
Jiouel Complaint,
Painters Oojio,
Asiatic Cholera,
Diuihoca and Dysentery,
Tnken exleinnlly cures
Felons, Boils, snd Old Sores,
Severe Burns and Scalds,
Cuts, Bruises and SprainSi
Swelling of the Joints,
Ringworm nud Tetter,
Broken breasts,
Frosled Feet aud Chilblains,
Toothache,
Pain in the Face,
Neuralgia nii(l Rheumatistdi
FATIX   KILLBEi
Taken infernally, should be .idclterated
with milk or water, and sweetened witb
sugar, if desired, or niude into a syrup
with molasses. Fof a COUGH and
Bronchitis, a few drops on Sugar, eaten;
will be more effectiv; than anything eilse.
For SORF THROAT, gargle the throat,
with a mixture of Pain Killer and water;
und thc relief is immediate and cure positive.
j®- It should not be forgotten (hat
the Pain Killer is eijuallj as pood to
take internally as to use externally.
Each bottle is wrapped with ull directions for its use.
Prices 25 eents, 50 cents k $1 per boW#j
—
am Ocean Telegraphing—Recover-
Ibe  Old (able.
The London   Tin t' corre«pondent on
thn west coast   of Ireland  describes  the
means sdopted   to  rec »er Ihe old cable.
He writes .—A« soon as the flreat Rnst-
«tii has  completed her  wotk that vessel,
witb the Terrible,  Albany, anil Medway.
will ut once and with sll  speed, working
light and day,   pr ceed   lo   fill   up  with
fuel.   Tbe  Terrible  and  Albany will be
coaled first, snd start directly afterward
for  tho  exact latitude and longitude iu
which the cable of last ye ir was  broken,
When this  precise  spot  is   MOeitaloed,
'marked  buoys,'wilh which  boh  shi,
are provided, will be mooieu for guidance
iu grappling.     The  Great K stern  and
Medway will  folh w  these ships, bnt  in
ease of thoir not joining their  consorts
t-oon after the 'mntkcl bu iys' are placed,
the Albany will p ncecd  to grapple  for
the cable,    'I his vessel, wilh all the other
ships  -f the  s'pindron,   is equipped   with
the moat perfect  hauling in ami paying
out machinery,  with  au  ample  store  of
buoys, 'marked  buoys,'  wire   grappling
ropes, and dynomelers lo show the strain
on all parts of the  ropes uud  apparatus
Used.     After  the  buoys are placed, the
Albany will at  once proceed to  ' sweep '
for the end of the cable of 1865.     This
somewhat anxious and laborious process is
effected by the ships in search cf the wiro
carefully lowering lhe:r grapnels till  the
bottom is ascertained with certainty, and
then slowly steuuiiitg at right angles across
tbe line along which tbe cable has beeu laid
ten miles each way to the north and south
of ii.  On the north side they would huve to
go more than 20 miles lo reach the defunct
wire of 1858, and at least 30 miles to the
south of the  proper routo to jeopardize
that which it is  believed   here hus just
been laid.    As,   h'wover, nil   the vcs.-els
sweeping for tlie wire are strictly limited
to a distance of ten miles uorth or south
of its ascertained position, iherc  is little
fear of their catching anything but whut
they are  in search of; ibr,  even  in the
densest foj, the dead  icckoning of the
ship and speed of engines would show the
distance run.   In case the Albany grap.
pled the end of -the  lust year's rope, sue
is gently to lilt it as .lir an possible, aud
as far as is consistent without at all approaching   the   breaking  strain.     Tlie
grapnel rope is  then to be moored to an
immense buoy, and then secured.   She is
again to grapple for the wire further to
the east or Kuglish side till she succc , a
iu again lifting it. 'inns, again and l     it,
'her labors will be continued till a Lef'es
•of '' bights" are brought near to the   ir-
face of the ocean, so that on the arrival
of the Great  Eus ern any  one  of the
loops may be at once and  t r.sily raised
and the splice made.    Moie than enough
of thc cable will then  remain to enable
her to continue, or rather, we should say,
complete, the work of carrying tbe second
wire to Newfoundland.    If, however, the
Great Eustern and Medway arrive before
the end of *he cable is found by the Albany, all throe ships will at once take up
tlieir positions and commence " sweeping
with iheir grapnels."   The Medway is to
be to tbe extreme west with the greatest
lifting strain ; tbo Great  Eastern in the
middle, with a smaller lifting power; and
the Albany three miles to the east of the
Great E.  tern,  with   the   least   lifting
power of all.    So, if the cable  is broktn
by the Medway, the wire hal.'-way up will
be held by the grapnels of the  Gieut
Eastern, and  tho strain on the rope  reduced by its being partially supported by
the Medway.   It is not intended to try
to raise  tho actual  end of   the cable
broken lost year, as this is hampered with
the heavy grapnels and heavier wire ropes
which were used in  vain lo  recover it
last autumn, and which,   if  anything   is
known with certainty of deep sen soundings, is believed to be lying in a massive
tangle  over  the   end   of  the  rope—a
weight which nothing could raise.   Directly, therefore, that  the   Albany   has
succeeded in g.:tiing ber end of the line,
nnd the Great Eastern and Medway huve
secured   thoir  portions,  the Albany will
steam ahead at full speed, so as tu break
the portion of tbe line she has grappled,
and leave tho end free l<> como up unfettered by the obstacles heaped upon it in
tbe efforts to recover it.   She   will   then
return, and   keep  inside  the   Medway,
taking from the latter vessel her grip of
the   wire,   and   holding on by it till the
Great Enstern has spliced, if possible, her
end.    The Terrible in ull cases will assist
in carrying messages from ship   to   ship.
She   will   also   keep ahead of the Gr at
Eastern, and   direct   her   to   alter   her
course, by firing one gun for a port helm,
and two   guns   for   helm   a   starboard
Three guns are to signify danger ahead,
either in case of ships   or   ice.   Ore gun
from the Great Eastern is the signal   to
bring all her consorts around her immediately.
The Avranchin states that in a commune near Avrauehes, France, an owl
has taken terirble vengeance for the lo. ■
of her young, w hich hud been killed by a
farmer's lad. For four days the owl was
on the watch for. the destroyer, aud on
tbe fifth, upon the boy leaving the farmhouse, the injured bird, which had been
perched npon a tree, pounced down upon
him, and with one stroke of its claws tore
out bis left eye, tbe sight of which is per.
manently destroyed.
Why is a happy husband like the Atlantic cable ? Because he is spl c«d to
his Heart's Content.
New  Advertisements.
ALICE   BROWN'S
FANCY   TWIST
SMOKING TOBACCO
JUST RECEIVED AT
A.   F.   KEYSEU'S,
Together with some (Ins
NA VAN I UIGAR** DIRECT.
Also on hand
Wine Sip, Peach, Apricot, Mary's Own,
Light Pressed, Natural Leaf, Buffalo
Tongue,  and Atlantic Cable
Tobacco-
JUST RECEIVED  PER  BARK RIVAL
A Fine Assortment of
Meerschaum   Pipes.
Call and examine.
se 5-lm
WILLIAM   LYONS,
SHIPPING-
— AND—
Commission      Agent,
On the Corner of
Wharf and Johnson Streets*
se 3-2m
Everett's Exchange,
STORE  STREET,  V. I.
'I'HE PROPRIETOR RESPECTFULLY IN-
1 forms his friends and the public that he
has openi'd his old stand in Store street, where
he will keep ns hofore the finest quulitv of
WINES, LIQUORS, and CIGARS.
Como and see.
se 3-lra        PAT. EVERETT, Piomidor.
CARRIAGE   PAINTING
IN ALL ITS BRANCHES,
Tates Street,
Between Deluge Engine House
and the International Hotel.
Work   solicited,  and   dnno   on   the mOBl
reasonable terms by
W. M. KEOHAN.
se I-lm
The "Grotto,"
OPPOSITE THE TELEGRAPH OFFICE.
For a glass of choice liquor go to the
" Grotto,"
There " none but the best •' yon  will
find is the motto.
Mint Juleps, Sherry Cobblers—everything
cooling ;
Come ye that do thirst, you will find its
no fooling.
se2
A. & W. WILSON,
House and Ship Plumbers
CASFITTERS,
BELL-HANGERS & TINSMITHS
FORT   STREET.
All orders promptly attended to
ps 2
NOTICE !        NOTICE !!
I^ROSI THIS DATE TIIE UNDERSIGNED
I has concluded to reduce his prico ONE-
HALF ; and hereafter the
FINEST WINES AND LIQUORS,
ALB,   BEER,  kc, kc,
Will be served at tho
' METROPOLITAN''
At TWELVE AND A HALF CENTS
per sample.
The public will pleose call and sample, and
satisfy themselves that the very best is to be
had at the above price.
T. J. BURNES,
Metropolitan Saloon, Store street,
au 26
Miscellaneous.
3STOTICE.
Chains and Anchors.
TWENTY TONS CHAIN
Short Linked and proved from J to I
AND
ANCHORS,
From 20 to 800 pounds.
For Sale by
PETER M'QUADE,
Wharf street, Victoria.
an 23
Victoria Turn Verein.
ALL MEMBERS OF THE ABOVE IN-
stitntion who wish to attend regular
practice, are requested to be present on the
first Monday in September, when classes will
be formed commencing with the simplest exercises, and going through the whole course.
CHARLES DECHENT,
»»23 Turnwart.
In the Supreme Court of Civil Justice
Vancouver Island.
lasr  BAJSTJCBfu-PTcrsr,
Friday the Mil dn.v of August, A.D. lBiiO.
-IT'IIKIIEAS A PETITION FOIt ADJUDI-
\ V ration oi Bankruptcy, bearing ilale thu
24th day of Augnst in tiint, has been ilu'y
filed by Charles Dopond, of Cndboni II.iy
lload, Victoria District, farmer, nnd he limine
been declared h Haukrupt, is hereby required
tn surrender himself to IIU Honor Joseph
Nerhani, Chief Justice of tho .Supreme
t'oiirt of Civil Justice of Vancouver Island,
aforesaid, ou Wednesday, the 5lh dny of
September next, at 11 o'cloc' in the fo.ennon.
precisely, al tbe Con, I House, James Bay,
Victoria, and rauke a fall discover- npd u's-
closure of his estate and effects, iv en and
where the creditors are to come n snared 'o
prove tlieir debts and at the first si ..iny to
choose Assignees and commence Ihe examination of the Bankrupt, and at the last sitli '
thc Bankrupt is tn finish bin last examination
All persons indebted to the snid Bankrupt
or who have any of his effect , are not to pny
or deliver the same but to David Lindsay, of
Government street, tbe official Assignee appointed, and give notice to
ROBERT BISHOP, Solicitor,
niiSr, Bastion .Street, Victoria.
Miscellaneous.
A   Triumph    ot    Science
—AKD--
THE  LFOIIT   OP   TIIE   WOULD
DR. MAGGIEL'S
PILLS   & SALVE.
Thp*ft L fa-giving nntdlfl nr* now, for the fir t
tf»'!*, if v<t.i pub I ely to tli- w «r d. For ovur a<|uaitor
cf a vtUmtXty oiprlmti- practice the ingredients in tlit-*e
Life-Giving Pills
Hn¥n hen tiM'l with the greite«t me cm*. -Their
mirfebn ie n tony lo pr-wiit < i|pi*>, but to cure
They rw *cfa o»j' tin various maUriiea by • hich the
pulicnt in •ufTerlng, and re<invigorareii f e ailing
syntera. T thf a*ed and infirm a lew doios oftheso
valuable PILLR will i rove to he
A VERY FOUNTAIN OF YOUTH,
F<>r i-i evrrv cuae they add new life and vlta'lty, and
•ext.ro the wmi.'gei.iritle* to iheir --rtttlau iiaie. T.
th« \onnjrani ml ill- *%*6 liny will p*ve moit in-
v.ihi tie, a* a ret y, ipodftc and Merlin? mud lei n».
'■rt- i- it (ln*am realized, that P mce-de-i^on tough
for thi eo hundred vfirs ago, and never fund, He
looktd fora t u»Min that would feilore the old to
vigor and make youth ever
An Eternal- Spring I
It was left for ilils d-iy Mid hmlr tn realize tho dreiim,
and show in one glorious f.ct the magic that made
it fa'r.
THESE FAMOUS  REMEDIES
Cannot utiv tin' flljrht of yearn, hul they cun force back,
au- hold nl'Mil, dixeHHtt hat mi M Iri inpfa over tut!
ug <1 and the voiii)*. l,?i. tc-nn tie* it ale then, bin
ut-tzi tlm f'avnriilil': opportunity that olTei», When tnken
as preic ibed—
Fcr Billious Disorders
Nothing can lie more ptiducllee of cure than theen
l'ilk—Dioir almoKt tmgic influence ii felt at o v.*.;
mnl Ui.' UHual eoBfl miUiiU „f tlitn m.it dlntreiiing
dJti'Hiid ur" ri-inuvod. There r« undid are made from
the I'urett
VEGETABLE COMPOUNDS.
Th' y will not harm thc t -1 delicate female,  and
ca i bu ui >-n with g'Hxi effect in pruacrlbwl  deee* to
the youngest babe.
For Cutaneous Disorders
AnJell eru >tWinor the*kln,»hn SALVE'!• moit in-
valuable. U doui n t hual txteinally al.>u->, but pene-
ir-ttu* with the must b.arching etfiota to the very toot
of ike evil.
DR. MAGGIEL'S PILLS
Invariably core the following Diseases :
Asthma,
ituwfl Complaints,
Coughft,
Colds,
Chest Pl-easoit,
CostivenpFR,
DjFpL'pain,"
Diarrhea,
Dropsy.
Dobilit*
Fever and kp *\
Female Oomplaint",
Headache.
lndi? ellon,
lull i'" za,
1 nil am m  tlon,
Inward Weakness,
Li-er Complaint,
Lowne-c of Spirits,
Rlnjrworm,
Rheumatism,
Salt i.lienm,
&alds,
Skin Diseases.
$0* NOTICR—Tonegenrlne without the enjrrared
trade-mark uro'ind each pot er box, signed bv DR. J.
■ I Ai;(Jl ],, 43 Fulton street; New Vork, to counterfeit
which ts felony.
j|9" Sold hy sll resnectnhle Dealers in Mfditlnes
throughout the United Slates and Canada— at 25 ceuts
per box or pot.
A. C. Langley & Co.,
Agents for Vancouver Island and British
Columbia.
CHAS. F. BARNARD, Ml,
SURGICAL & MECHANICAL
ZDZEIsTTIST
Fort street, one door east of Government,
Victoria, V.I.
Dr. B. hereby tenders his (rrutiful nckiiow-
leilgmeiita to the eltliMI of VittoMa for iheir
liberal patronage thus far, and hopes hy gentlemanly condni-t and strict applicn-ion to
bus ness to merit a further lomi'iuauie ot
favors.
When desired will rijlt parties professionally at tlieir residences. All branches of the
profession attended to. Terms reasonable.—
Oflice hours from 8 a.m. to 5} p.m.
aii'ilt lm*
NOTICE
—or—
CO-PARTNERSHIP.
BtJNSTER
HAS THIS DAY
ENTERED INTO
Partnership
WITH ALL LOVERS OF
GOOD    ALE!
au 17-lm
CHARLES    BERNARD,
Manufacturer and Dealer in
FAMILY CHARTRES COFFEE.
And Spices of all kinds.
No. 707, Sansome street, corner Gold,
Between Jackson and Pacific.
First Premium awarded bu the Mechanics' Institute, for tht best Coffee and Spices.
The proprietor having introduced Steam
Power In his Manufactory, ha mow increased
facilities to supply the trade and the public in
general. All articles from his Establishment
are guaranteed lo he punt anil unadulterated.
Tbe public are respectlnlly invited to call and
convince themselves Country orders promptly
attended to. se 2
BRITISH    PERIODICALS.
The London Quarterly Review (Conservative).
The Edinburgh Beview (Whig)
The Westminster Review (Radical)
The Morth British Review (Free Church)
— AND—
Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (Tory)
Tho fn-.ir Review. re-ptlMi.tierl by Mei.r* Pcott k
Co., .re trener.l y im sidered as tlio Ureal Re.iew.,
.mi  lllitrkwood   nnn l>ern justly  placed In  Ihe lame
r.ink.    Whniver dl«|,enies   wilh r ndiri.' 1.11  lirul - nl
this elam, whatever may lie hU general ti.forimtlon,
will ■()»<■ be nllntrellier liehind the time la whieh he
Uvea—and 111 ttieie tlrflea a perno*, mny soon get very
farbelilnl. They miy lie read mid studied with n«l-
vania-e by the people oflhls eo intry, of every creed
and party.
iriny,
TERMS   FOR   1800.
Foranjone of the Reviews f 1 per tunum
Porta) tw» of the Rflvlrws  7 "
for sny ihn-oof the Kevlews 10 "
Portllfo'ir of the Rerlnws .......18 rt
Yo\ BlMfcWOMfl MfttMln* 4 «
K«r Mack wood and  uiio Revl w  7 ••
For Hln' kw.otl nnd any two of the  Ke-
vl-ws * 10 "
For Plaekwood end three of thc HevlewH..13 •
Fur III u;k* odd and the four Hoviews 16 *'
CLUBS.
A dl*Aount of twenty per cent wtU he a'lowed tn ctobs
cf four or mare persons. Thun, four c pies of
Blackwrod, or ofon« ■ evlev will be went iooise a*l-
dress nrSl2 80. Four copies of tbe fuur Kevtews and
Blackwood, for $48, and soon.
POSTAGE.
When sent by mail, the Tostaoi lo sny part of the
United I les will be ' ut tsreUt>.iour cent< a year tor
" ucswoon," Alia but eight cents a year for each of
the Kcviews.
Re:need Prices for previous years-
Subscribers may obtain ih» Repilnts Immediately
preceding 18C6, aa follows, vla.::
BUKkvmrl from 8.'pleml er. 1864, to December, I8C5
inclusive, al the rate of 12 50 a year.
The North British from January. 1803, to Tleoember.
1*611, Inclusive ; the EilinburgA .nd the Westminster Item
\p ll. 1864, to Decemler, 1S«\ inelihiv'e. and lbs
London quarterly lor thc year 18' ft, at tha rate of %l SO
a year for each or any   evl-w.
<^* A few copies yetrimiin of all the four Sevietos
for 18111 at M a set, ot tl Ml for a*y one.
LEONARD   SCOTT   &   CO..
Publishers, 38  Walher Street, If. T.
I.. S. » Co., also publish the
F-A.H]VCFIl'S o-xjiide
By IIi.nbt Strpurvs, nf Edinburgh, and the la.e J. P.
N'oaitis, ef Ttle    olle^e#   2 vols.   Rovai Octavo,   1600
paRes, and numerous EngravlDga*
Prlee |7 for the two ro'umee— by Mail, post paid,
(S oa «. »
Mi cellaneous.
LEATHER,   HARNE88r
AXD
Trunk Manufactory.
WM. D ALBY & CO.
W'B TAKK TIIK I'HE-KNT OPPORT0X--
ilv to thank our numerous eiiHioiuers for'
the liberal psironairt bestowed upon as, tod)
lo Inform IBM himI tlie public in general that
we ure now carrying on, in ctanertion with
our LKATHKK MTOIIE, tie manufatture of
HAHNEl-H of all descriptions, also TRUNKS
■ ml VALISES. We hnve constant!/ on hand'
a large assortment of ISLAND TANNED KIP,.
CALF, HARNESS, SOLE, WELT, STRING
and GRAIN LEATHER; also a gentral assortment of SHOiCMAKKIt'S FINDINGS.
Parties requiring anything io our Un*
should give us a tri>tl, as we will snpply them
clienper than any house north of San Fran'
elsco.
BELTING   MADE  TO   ORDER,
Term**   <Ja.sh.
Wm.  Dalby  St.  Co.,
Yates street, Victoria, V. I.
August 2 th, 18CH. an 20
THE  ONE THING   WANTED..
HOLLOWAY'S PILLS.
'The Blood.
Those famous pills are so composed tha
fbey opemte wholesomely on tb* stomach, the"
Hrer, the ftowtls, »n<l other orgnirsv by correet^
ing nny derangement* l« their ftrorftons1
whereby a steady supply of pairs materials tat
tha renewal of the Illood is lurnishrd, and »
constant ahstrnciioii of effete products is tf'
faded. Thic pertect circulation thus become*
the very fountain of health and life, and orer •
comes a)) form of disease wbsrertr ils situax
tlm.
General Dlnorder» of (lie Liver
and Stomacb.
All who ever indulge a* '.able, either In eat-*
ing or drlnkhtf, should lake abont ten, of thss-
fiimmis pill.H »i bed time, from which will rea
suit a clear bead and good stomach the foil .string morning. Thousands of Ladies are always complaining of sick hendaclve, want o
appetite, want of energi,and want of strength,
to correct nil these evils, three or fosr nf these
Pills should be taken twice a week, when they
would give tbe invalid .off health anil appelit'
of a ploughman.
Female* ol all Amen aad CluxHcm
Obstructions of sny kind, either In young
or those between forty and fifty—th* most critical peilod of life "-may be rniMcally removal
by using these Pills according l« the printed
directions which Accompany en«h box. Yonnn
persons wilh sickly nnd sallow complexions
■my have tbe bloom of health restored by Ihi?
corrective, wLicb pnriUcs the blond and ax-
pels all gross and impure humors from thefya-
tem. Beware then of tbe critical age (son
forty lo fifty, as it sends many thousands to
premature grave,—these Pilis should be takei
it thnt period of life two ot three iin.es a
leek
Want   of Strength and Energy.
Persons of sedentary habits, or tliols troubled in mind, working in Factories or Coal
Pits, who cannot obtain that amount ot frest
nir and exerciBe which nature requires, suffer
from weakness nud drlilily, lowness of spirit
and want of appetite. All such should take s
iose or two of these Pills every tbree or fouv
days, as they act gently and effectually on lb*
system and impart vigor and energy to ih«
body, wbich is always followed by a go.rf
appetite, sound and refreshing sleep, and *
high flow of spirits.
For the Cure or Dropiy.
The clBc.icy of Holloway's Pills In Dropsy
is extraordinary. IVy act witb sucb a peculiar effect upon the system, that tha fluid;
causing this direful complaint, are peieepiibl
carried off and prevented from any furtbel
accumulation. The sufferer regains a buoyancy of spirits and rejoices in a completely
renovated constitution. It Is indispensably
necessary tbat tbe Ointment should bs most
effectually rubbed into lbe complaining parts
during the whole course of treatment.
Children and their Allmentt.
In no country in the world are more ehildrsn
carried to an early grave than In Great Britain.
Coughs, Measles, Scarlatina, Fevers, and other
diseases attack the little sufferers, apd deatli,
but too often, follows nt a rapid pace; yet if
at the first Btage ot these complaints, parent,
were to have recourse to Holloway's Pills, all
danger wonld be avoided for the stomach
and bowels wouH ae gently but effeotually
cleansed by this mild Bperient; the depraved
numors correctea ana tne secretions duly regulated. A perfect cure would soon be effected, and tbe I'ttlc patient restored to soum*
health.
Holloway' Pi. r ve the best known remedy ia ti
world fiT tbo following diseasss:
Pold at tht P.etabliabmenl of IWmieor Holloway, Nl
strand, (near Temple Bar,) 1. mien ; als- by all respect
able llrnptm's and Dealers in Me icinesthroughout tb*
civilized world,at the mllowlng pilcea— Is. l>f., 5. ti-,
Is. 6.1., Us., 22s., and S3>. each box.
Ann. Female  Irregular. Scrnh'aorKing s
Idas
Fever of all klnd>
Fits
Notches    ou    the i.otlt
Skin Head Aeha
Bowel complaints    Indigextio*
Colics inflammation
Asthma
Billioua Complaint*
the
Constipation of tbe Jaundice
Bow-la Liver I'owplainta
Consqmitlon LambogO
Debility Piles
Dropsy Rheumatism
Dyeentry Reicnlion »f Urine
Eryai|ifllaa
...  Th.ro ia   a .onsiderabl.  aatlng by taking tis
irger sites. i_ ._
Iilreetions for tb. gnidi nee of patients la every dx*r
der are alllzed to each lioi.
Evil
-ite Throats
stone and Grave
.-secondary 8ymp*
terns
tc-DoIoreux
Touiort
Clcert
Venereal     *t**
linns
Worms    of  a
kinds
Weakness     D»»
whatever eaos.
PaiHTiD and Published by McClBai *Co..*l
the office, Langley Street.

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