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VOL. I.
VICTORIA,   VANCOUVER   ISLAND,   WEDNESDAY   EVENING,   OCTOBER  3,   1866.
■ ■
NO. 80.
THE
f EVENING TELEGRAPH,"
PURI.ISHEII
fcverv   Eveniiig at   4   O'clock,
(Saturday and Sunday evenings excepted.)
also traar
feUNDAY    MORNING !
TBIIMS OV  aUHSCUIPTIUIf I
..J10U0
..    • OO
..    M
10
•r Annum, In advance, by  in.II, ,
■>r  'i*  Bjauilis	
,.r Wcetc.payaMe to Carrier	
'or terms of Advertisement apply at the
Office. Langley Street
New Advertisements.
LINCOLN   HOUSE!
[Cor Washington and Front sts,
TORTLAXD, OREGON.
Tt. €. n\ i i imi:v*i:\,
lOf   the   St.   Nicholas   Hotel,   Victoria,
ITTAVING TAKEN THE ABOVE HOCSE,
111 wishes to announce lo the public thai he
lis now pieparcd to nccoraoilntc guests in n
itittfnctory manner. Nothing will he left undone, which is in the power of the proprietor
to do, to render guests comfortable.
Portland, August 24th, Isiiii it U
XJJSIIVERSITY
—or—
WASHINGTON TERRITORY
'IMH3 INSTITUTION WILL REOPEN ON
1 the 17th inst. Pupils of both sexes received, who will be expected to lurnish their
own rooms, which are provided in separate
buildings, free of charge.
The   Expense   ot   Hoarding   and  Tuition,
without incidentals, will   not exceed $'.') per
•luarter of 11 weeks, payable in advance.
For further informatiou address
REV. GEO. F.  WllITWORTIt,
President.
Seattle, W. T., Sept. 1st, 180(1. se 11
Queen Charlotte Coal Mining Co.
(LIMITED.)
Notice   of   Assessment
AT A MEETING OF DIRECTORS OF TIIE
above Company held this day the following resolution was passed : —
" That an Assessment of Sixpence sterling
per Share on A shares lie now maile, payable
to the .Secretary at thc olllce of thc Company,
1 on or before Ihe 2'Jth inst.. between the hours
| of 11 A. JI. audi P.M. daily."
J. B. WILLIS,
Corner ilroad and Trounce sts. \
September 6th, 18'IU.        <j
Miscellaneous.
RED LION HOTEL,
GOVERNMENT STIIEET.
Secretary.
Md
T
^^^^^^ HOTEL   HAVING
been opened bv
JOE      EDEN,
lie wilt be happy to   meet his  friends on all
occasions, nn   wiil furnish them with
the best of
Wine?, Jiquors, Ale, Porter, &c-.
and Liirr.rs.
BOARD AND LOOGING PER DAV, $1.
tfSy- Bngntelle and 8kitt'cs.
Call nnd sec the establishment.     JOE presides and keeps order. se 10
THE GREAT   KEMEDY   01'  THE
AGE.
HOLLOWAY'S OINTMENT.
Relief   for   the   Afflicted.
THE INTRODUCTION OF
Perry     Dn-vis'
Vegetable Pain Killer
To the Suffering  Humani'y of this Arc
hits relieved more p'li", und caused more
rcul joy than any other one thing thnt can
be named.
IT  IS  AX
Invaluable   Remedy.
Onr first Physiciaris   use it,  nml   recommend
its   use ;   the   Apothecary finds   it   first
among thc meiliriues called for, and
the wholesale Druggist consid»rs
it  a  leading article of his
trade.     All the dealers
iu medicine speuk
alike  in its favor; nnd its
reputation as a medicine of great
merit aud virtue is fully nnd permanently  established,  und  it is  the great
New   Advertisement*.
Everett's Exchange,
STORE  STREET,   V. I.
'I'HE PROPRIETOR RESPECTFULLY IN-
1 forms his friends and the public that he
has opened his old stand in Store street, where
he mil keep as before the finest qualitv ot
W INKS, LIQUORS, und CIGARS.
Come nnd see.
se3-lin        PAT. EVERETT, Proprietor.
WILLIAM   LYONS,
sHiiiPiPiisro-
- AND —
Commission      Agent,
On tho Corner of
Wharf and Johnson Streets.
se 3-2m
THII
EVENING TELEGRAPH
GENERAL
Job   Print in?
ESTABLISHMENT
Langley Street, Victoria,
Ayer's Pills
ritiil   ot  the   Ointment
Sy.i'in
the
K
Iffrs.   Hein
EEPS   CONSTANTLY  ON   HAND   Till-,
latest fashions in
ISA I JL* 3L. 11ST E IR, Y,
—AT—
Prices to  Suit the Times,
GOVERNMENT    STREET
Between Fort and Rronghton. se ft
For Sale Esc Camden,
tlontettrr, Barker, noil Angoitira Bitters,
Oregon CMw h fcfch. «m cases,
Claret la casks, half-easks am* cases,
iMtcrac snd California White Wine,
FrcDck eirchol »0 0,r.,
Gog. (liquet, *l»wm and ■•Header Cham,
pepie,
tnd la  More an  asaerisnrat or Brandy
and Mquors suitable for Ihe Trade.
•9* Depot of Havana Cigars.
EUGENE THOMAS,
sc K . Yates street.
To the very co e and centre of all disrates
which att'ect the human body, Ibis remarkable
preparation penetrates. It dieappears un'ler
the friction of tbe hands, as salt disappears
wheu rulilii'it ujon meitt. The unguent performs its healing errand rapidly, safely, and
without pair.. Simple eruptions, open sores,
hard tumors, .crotuious Developments of all
ktnde, ul.o.'Sses, cneoie, old aiiante. nnU, Iti
lact, every speci>-i of- inflammation nnd Blip,
puralion, wheiber iu tL'e skin, the tlesh, the
glands, or among the muscles, can be arrestrb
in its destructive course, and permnnei.ily
cured wiihnut danger by rubbing to this inestimable Ointment.
SIm-cS     I..'U«
lll.lt      ll,,H-l«.
l'!ec
Soree,   unit
In ninny Hospitals in Kuiope this celebrated
remedy is now used for the cure ol old wounds,
sores, aud ulcers ; in .Spain mid Portugal, and
in many parts of Itnly, the lirst Physicians re-
regularly prescribe ita use. It is a sovecigr
remedy for bad breasts and'bad legs; and like*
wise for nil skin diseases. It is to be found in
the chest of ueurly every sailor, soldier, an'
emigrant.
Iiiil»nul.'ii, l.i*
or   Y.iiiiii; •
i in
-Sorca   iiB'l
LIST OF ARRIVALS
At tbe Mount Ararat Hotel during the months
of June, July, and August, 18HG, i
June—His Kxcellcncv Governor Kennedv, Mr |
William A G Young, Mr. Benj W j
Pearse.
July—Messrs Jns Wilcox, F Duprny, .Fas Heed
Macadam, John Hand, Louis I'hilpot.
F W Alwood, J It Ford, K S Hatch, Sir
Jas Douglas, D Kruscr, K S Whitting-
ham.
Augnst—H   B   Seclye,   W   K   Stronach,   J
Robertson  Stewart,   Thos  Lett stal-
schmid'. Robt Rurnaby ; John Nicholson, M  M Titus, F \V Green, licnj W
Pearse,   Acting Surveyor   General, It
Houifray, H 0 Ticderaann ; .lames Mc-
Cutch.an;   Wm   Denny,   Wm   Wilson, ,
Joseph Hilton, R 0 and J; Kenneth Mc- |
Kentie, Jr, Wm II McKenzio, David B
Blair, Ohns Redlern, Ch is Kent.
se 4-ltw
IFOR     SALE,
The above class o'' complniuls is surety  re
Cloved   by   nigblly fomenting tho   parts witl
.nrni water, and then by mosl effectually rub
oing iu this Ointment.    Personssud'ciing fron.
these direful complaints should lose not a mn
ment in arresting their progress.    It should hi
understood that it is not  sufficient merely to
smear the Ointment on the affected parts, but
it must be well rubbed In fur some considcrnblt
time two or three limes a day, Ihat  il may bt
taken into the system, whence it will remov.
only hidden sore or would  ns  effectually   a.
though il were palpable to tbe eye.    Bread and
water poultices, after  the   rubbing   in ol it
Ointment, wi,l do great service.   This is  thi
only proper treatment for lemnles  in cases cl
cancer in Ihe stomach, or for those who sulli;
Irom a general bearing down.
Piles, Klstwlus, Strictures.
Blotches, ssalso swellings, can with r rtaintj
be radically  cured   if ihe Oiniment be  user
freely, and thr I'ills bc taken night and morning asrccnmineudcd in the printed itiblttii tnous
When treated in any otherwny these complaint*
Dnly dry up in one place lo break cut in an-
iiher ; whereas tbis Ointment will remove thr
'minor from the system, and leave the palien
i vigorous and healthy being,    ll will rei[iiir»
.iine, aided by '.be use ol tue Pills, lo ensure    I
asting cure.
Dlptlterla,   Bi-or.chltU,  Hole   Throats,
Any  of the ahove. class of diseases may be /
j "ured by well   rubbing   Ihe   Ointment   three !
; .lines a dny upon Ihe skin covering the throat,
j chest, and neck of the patient.    The  unguent
j will soon penetrate the pores and give immediate relief.    To allay   ihe lever and lessen th3
inflnmalion, eight or ten Pills should be taken
night and morning.    Tho Ointment will   pin-
duce perspiration, which is   so   essential   for
remo-ing   fevers,  sore throats, and those oppressions   of  Ihe    chest   whieh   arise   from
Asthma, Bronchitis, and otlier causes.
Family MediciDe   of tho Age.
Kvcry Volunteer should have a bottle, in case
of sudden attacks of Disease.
Tuken Internally, cures
Sudilen Colds, Coughs, ic,
Weak Stomach,
General Dehility,
Nnrilng Sore Month, Canker,
Livtr ('omplaiiil.
Dyspepsia or Indigestion,
Crump and pain in thc Stomach,
Jinwel Complnint,
Painter*' Colic,
Asiatic Cholera,
Ditirhtca und Dysentery.
Taken externally cures
FelonH, Boils, ond Old Sores,
Severe Barnk and Scalds,
Cuts, Bruises nnd Sprains,
Swelling of the Joints,
. Ringworm nnd Tetter,
Broken Un-asts,
Frosted Feet and Chilblain*,
Toothache,
1'iiin iu the Face,
.Vnrulgiu and Rheumatism.
2?    A.T1ST   IKILIjEIR,
Taken internally, should he nilrltrrntrd I
with milk or water, and sweetened with
sugar, il desired, or made into n i-yrup
wilh inolusses. For a COUUIl nud
Bronchitis, u few drops on Sugar, oaten,
will lie tinne I'lVectiv-j than anything else.
For SOKE THROAT, gnrglo the lliroiu
with a mixture of I'uin Killer nnd water,
and the relief is immediate and cure positive.
tUtJ* It  should   not  be forgotten that
the    I'.iiu   Killer   i»   equally us tood to
lake   internnlly   ns   to   use   extcrnnlly.
Koch hot tie is wrapped  with    till   direc-
| lions for its use.
j Prices 2f> cents, f>0 cents ,fc $1 per bottle.
EX   FIDELITER
Aro particularly adapted to
derangement! of tho digestif*
ftplMtrntuH, and ili--us.'n aria-
lug  from   impurity   of  tho
bluoil.  A Urfce part nf all tha
complaint* that afflict mankind originate tn one of thaw,
and coiia«quently thew Pilu
aro found to euro many vari-
—        —    etliia of dlaoaao.
Subjoined art thr ■tetctoanta from soma eminent phyai-
Clana, of their effects la their pnu-tico.
Ai a Family PnTsic.
From Dr. K. \T. Uorttcriakt, sf Jfmte Orleans.
" Yonr 1'iu.i are tha prince of purfjea. Thafr axCfllanl
qualities aurpasa any cathartic we poanesi. Tliey are mild,
but rery certain and effectual In thotr action un the bowela,
which inaki-a them iuvalu&tHe to ut lu tba daily treatment
uf di>eaae."
Foil Jaundice and all Liter Complaints.
From Dr. Tneodore Jjetl, of Act* York Citv.
"Not only are your I'illv admirably adapted to thalr
purpose aa an aperient, but I And their bftieAclal effect*
| upon thn Liver very marked Indeed.   Tbey have In my
practice proved more etTectunl for the cure of bilious com*
jrfainfj llifii  any one remedy I can mention.   I alncerely
j  rejoice that we have at lannih a purgative which la worthy
I the aoutidunco of the probation and the people/'
Dtbfrpsu — Indiohbtion.
From Dr. Hsnry J. Knox, of A. Lottis.
"The Pilu you witu kind enouxh to aeod me h»Te been
all n-fil in inv practice, and have aatiaded me tbat they an
j truly an extraordinary medicine.   80 peculiarly are they
j adapted to tho ri'meaaoa of the human ayatem, that tbey aewm
I ^"Sk„.,!r?..!.'!,^,"!'....1 ^."Mirm^mMv.
! other remedlea we commonly use. Indeed I havo i-xpori-
mentally found them to In effectual In olmoat all tht complaint! for which yon recommend them."
DlftENTP-nT — DiAIUlHtIA — RELAX.
From Dr. J. O. Oretn, of Chicago.
" Tour Pilu have had a long ti ml In my practice, aod f
hold tbem in eateem aa one of the txnt aperlenta I have ever
found.   Their alterative effect upon the liver mnkea them
an excellent remedy, when tzirvu in email doaca, for bilunu
dyutttery and diarrhaa.   Thuir Bug&rcoaUQg makea them
very acceptable aod convenient for the uie of women aud
children."
Internal OnrmtTCTiON—Worms—Suppress ion.
Fiom Mr*, fi. Stmart, trJto pm-finr, tu a. Phftietan and Midamfu
in Boston.
" t find one or two large doaea of your Pilu, taken at the
proper time, are excellent promotive* of the natural aecre*
tlon when wholly or partially •upprrmed, and alao very nf.
fet-tual to clennae the atomach and expel worms. They are
ao much tlio bwat physic we havo that 11
to my patlauta."
Constipation — Costiveness.
From Dr. J. 1*. I'attfthn, Montreal. Gataada.
"Too murh cannot he aaltl of your Pilm for the enre ot
wstirrnr-t. If otliera of our fraternity havo found them
as efficacious at I havn, they should join me in proclaiming
It for the benefit of thn multitude! who auffer from that
complaint, which, although hnd enough In itaelf, is the progenitor of othera that are worse. 1 holleve cojftreneu to
eriginato in thn liver, but your I'ills affect that organ and
cure the diseatc."
iMPt'RITITS OF THE Bl,OOD — RCEOPULA — EltT-
BtrKi.As — Salt Rhkim — Tetter — Tumor*
— Rheumatism*- Gout — Necraloia.
From Dr. F.tekiel Hall, Philadelphia.
1 Y(ti ware richt, Doctor, In aayitig tliat your Vm* purify
the blood. They do that, 1 hnve uard them of late yeara In
ray practice, anil agree with your statement* of their efficacy.
Tliev aliinulatn the exeretnriea, and carry off the impuritlet
that ttAKniito In the blood, engendering disease. Tliey
•tlmulatn the organa of digestion, and iitfuse vitality and
Tlgor fnttt the system.
f>urh remedies oa you prepare art a national btneflt, and
J"'rtWm" ^^^^^^^B
The  Printing    Office
or TMK
I NcutumoDdDoottwr
EVENING
TELEGRAPH
Office is replete with erery appliance
and variety of Material for tba
Execution of
LETTER PRESS   PRINTING!
iu ..11 sm uruncbes, whether
Plain or Ornamental
'piIE   OFFICE   AIMS  at  securing
X suet speedy Execution of orders as is
consistent wilb correct and elegant Workmanship,
Orders received for Printing
1
I Hooks,
Pamphlets
Catalogue*
Sermons,
Reports
Rentals,
Leases,
Law Korros ot erery
description,
Business Cards,
InToicrs,]
Bill Heads,
Trade Forms,
Circulars, (Plain
Coloured,)
Hnnd   Bills. (Plain ot
Coloured,)
ro" ilMerve ftml credit tot........
Fob HfAinriit —Sick Hiuuriir.— Fori. Stov.
ACH—Pll.KS—UUOI'SY—rLBTHOUA—PilULTtl*
—Fits —Ac.
*tvm Dr. FAu-ord /Wl, tltltimtr..
"DlAR IlR. Attn: t (••hnnt miiwi-r TOU tcAat SBMlaMS
I h«Tf eurerl wilh your I'll I . U ltt-r tli'nn lo n.\ all thot tt*
t^r treat witl, ,i ^ii^p.iliir mrttteine. 1 filiire jhhaI ,lr|ifiiit>
•nrann mi rlV-tnnl Rthnrtn- In my -UU? coht^it with dl».
«AH.Rj|d l>nll«vlhp iu t do liiat your I'ilij Rffonl m the boil
we hattsi 1 otceaiss velue iliem IiIkiiIj "
MtT Mi.i BC the I'iIIi In mnrket conUln Morrurv. whlrh,
eltliLiiu-li a TAlualile remodjr In eltllfiil hmide. In dangerou*
tn a public |illl, fnini tho dreeilful ronMH|tienneii Hint ft''-
quently fullnw He tn.-euti<Hin uie. TIhiii oouteln uo tnrivu-
tj or mineral eubetauco whatoTer.
For Prieea,   apply   at the
Langley rtreet.
Offiee.
Choice Lot of Bacon
,lu*t  Arrived-
General News Agent
J. Ntratman.
EMPIRE NEWS DEPOT
Cor. Washington it, Sansome bu>.
f*a.n Francisco.
AWOl^ fihPTTV PfitltOral rWMAWraTI8Bl» prepsred to supply
iiyerb UllOliy »WW10l | J_ WU|, pmn-ttjulity -md celerity the annexed
Hm long been mannfartiire,! by a practical cltettiiit. and j f^saiftaaasftt and perredicnls upon the following
""rIX'r:r 'St'r^Mru^^dVu^m^ I terms All orders, to recive itnmrdia.e nt.en-
IT^i" md'conVaqSaUy can be relied o„ as sennlne, j tion, must M Hccompnnied liy cnnh remittance,
wub.iut adulteration. II luppllea the aurent remedy Ihe , anj, handed in previous to the 4th, 14th, and
world be, e,.r known for the euro of all P"jnionary; com- ^ rf f^ „,„„„,_
Doth Ihe  Ointment nnd   I'llla   ahnialA
lie   uaclt   In   III.'   lolloivlng   taiii l
fes
A GOO^ MARE (IN FOAL), WITH VEAU-
liog colt   by   her   sido.    Will work, in
single or double harness.
Apply at the
Office of the Evening Telegraph*
LANGLEY STREET. te 9
Pml fog*
knd SATi<1Kliei
ncn-'wtv
Chtegtt-toot
fnrnit (Cjrns) Rht-tiiniitlim
Otictrs ItcaWn
jO'nlrtctfd *nd('Sr>re Nlpplfi
:   Sti tl Joint* .S-rc Tliro-t
Kli*phntiti*iil 'Skin Aittcn.*
Kixtiilas
[<«nnt
.Ian I'll
linyi
i. mh»go
I'iiet
inr
curvy
\Syre bend*
Swell- r.ifn»*rit
I'kfri
[W..midt
| Yaw*
I
IU, sir»«(1, tt.tttr Ti*ri|'1f B»i), t^mdon ; klto liv n
/^#peci)iMc Th-iiinrlKfK i-i»l mien In McdirlnM ihrmtf h
anl tlit cmliwri worM, tt tli€ foll-'WiPjE pnee*    In. IM
I fd.   a* tii.. lin., «., Md 33p., each Vol.
%•   Thir« i»cofliid*rab:oMviDgby*.a»iingiheUrKt.
lT«f.
y n.—Pifeettffla f<-r tbe tn-itnee nf PuitmU  in  cv«
diaoiJei .itt- j.'Oifii lof«cli Pot.
For Srt'e by
au
P.  Gilligan,
STOKE 8TRKKT.
EXPRESS LINE STAGES.
THB  COACIIKS   OF   THIS   LINE   W;.i.
now run   regularly, leaving    Yule,  d. t'
on
Monday*.
Wcdncsdnjs,
And Frldajx.
AT ?, A. M.,
FOR    HAVANA'S     FEKRT1
(Big Bend Itonte), until the completion ot the
road, when tliey will go to Snvana's ferry.
The Coach for Cariboo  will   leave Yaie on
Monday,
jy 3 F. J. BAiiXMlD.     '
world liaa ever Known io. iu. v...v ... _.. _
plaint.; lor Cocr.ns, Cotba. IlOABPt^tas, Ahtrma, Crolt.
Wroopiso Cocon. naoscniTis, IscirusT Covai'iirtioN, and
fur the retief of roh.umnUTe patleuta in advanced .tagei of
the dtseaac. As tiinj makes the.e facts wider and twttjr
known, tht* medicine haa cr.iilunlly become the best reliance of tha afflicted, from Iho log cabin of the American1
liearant to the palaces of Kuroi>ean kings. Throughout
this entire country, in every state aud city, and indeed almost every hamlet It contains. Cniaar 1'ktoral is known
aa the best of all remedlea fur diseases of the throat and'
lung*. In many foreign countries it is extensively used by
their most intelligent physicians. If there is any dependence on what men of every station certify it has dono for
them; if wecan trnstonrown senseawhen we see thadan-
gerons affections of the lungs yield to it; If wc can depend
on the aaewrancc of Intelligent physicians, whose business
Is to know; in short, If there ie any reliance upon any |
thing, then is it irrefutably proven that tbis medicine doea
cure the class of diseases it is dostgnod for, beyond any and
all other remedies known to mnnkinil. Nothing but ita in- i
trinttc virtoes, and tho unmistakable benefit conferred on
thousands of sufferers, could originate and maintain the
reputation It enjoys. While many inforior remedies bave
keen thrust upon tho community, havo failed, and been
discarded, tbia bas gained friends by every trial, conferred
benefit, on the afflicted they can never forget, and produced
cures too numerous and remarkable to bo forgotten.
Prepared by Dr. S. C. AVEIt,
PRACTICAL AND ANALYTICAL CHEMIST,
•       LOWELL,  MASS.
AXD SOLD BT
MOORE Sc, Co., Victoria,
AXD ALL mUQGISlS.
24'rh ed ench monih.
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"      Tin Field  1100
"'       Illustrated Times „  7 00
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WeeWli Dispalcl. 14 00
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"'      Public Opinion  "M
'      Index (Free trade) 14 00
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*      Spectator  1100
*>      Re-tew   1400
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Ths Dfsurt   or   Sauaiia —The liis-
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disprltd ninny nf the popular notinna concerning the  great  desert of  Sahara     It
useil to   hu ili'-rribeil as  a   nearly  lerrl,
Miidy pluin.    This plain, it is now ascer-
Uiued, do-8 not exist, except at its eastern and western extremities.    The central
portions n«c, in  the  form of terraces, to
900 or 1.200 feet a'love the ralleys of tbe
Atlas and Soudan.   They are interspersed
with  rarines   and granite  bills.    Bur h
speaks of  mountains 4,000  or  5,(100 feet
high.    In general, however, tbe surface of
the desert  is flat or si ghtlj undulating ;
iii some pliicea covered with a  thick bed
of snid, in others bard and flinty.   Kvery
aspect confirms the opinion of Humboldt,
that the desert in thu belt of a former tat,
elevated by a geoligi-al convulsion.   The
travelrr, alumst at every siep, meets with
mounds of fossil shell and otlier dehris of
marine animals.    Tliere are   immense deposits of rock suit, in some places as pure
as murlile, and so comp >ct as to serve in
the  c>iib<riit'ticn uf houses     Sciiduii derives salt irom this source.    Tie eft- rves
cence of nitre or saltpeter ie almost every
where apparent.    Lions, tigers und other
ferocious  animals with  winch  the desen
has, in Imagination, breu peopled, are met
with only in the forest or the oasis, where
alone tliey MB find  food  or water    The
lion is km; of the desert only in poetry.
Man is   lbe true wild   animal with whom
tbe   traveler dreads an  encounter, and
bandi'H  infest every caravau route In ihe
8abarft".    The Sahara is not always 'desti
tnte of water.   In passing between the
tropics  the sun carries with him heavily-
laden nimbus clomls,  which not meeting
witb any tno.mtaiua high enough to condense their moisture end cnuse it to In I at
{a^ervals, descend  occasionally  by their
own   'gravity and  drop their  water treu
surcs n. gushing torrent" which fill every
raviue.    J' i« tt delugo w.'iich lasts but for
a moment,   the water  disappears  in the
permeable soil  as fast  at it  came, and
forme extensive sheets of water a short
distance below the surface.    This fact has
been revealed by   numerous   soundings.
Already excellent arte»iun wells, sunk by
French engineers, have created   verdant
oases in  places  where every  vestige of
ivegetation appeared to be eternally buried
beneath the sand.   From time immemorial
the Arabs  hare Bunk in tlie open deserts
wells several hundred feet deep, till tliey
met witb the watery  bed,  which tbey
called the subterranean sea.
Ekolish Noblemen on a Hcntisq
Expedition.—A couple of yoong English
lords have been in this city for soveral
days, outlining themselves for a hunting
expedi'.ion on the p'ains. Both are
yoong men, but one has had great experience as a hunter, having traveled all over
the world, lie has hunted with Lord
Gordon Onmiiling, recently deceased, iu
the jungles of India, penetrated the remotest depths of Africa and travelled tho
deserts of Arabia. Tho lands of tho
Celestials aud tiie snows of ihe Bussiaus
are as familiar to him as his native heath.
Last fall nml winter be left St I'aul and
banted ou the Red river of the north,
where he was very successful, being accompanied by a disti iguished Frenchman,
the Count de Lugranne. A few weeks
ago he was joined by a young companion
from England, and they started thi,
morning with a maun ficenl turnout, in
clud ng the finest mules to a lighi wagon,
with the choicest ot provisions and liquoi
to enable them to live sumptuously for
three months for a buffalo bunt on the
Republican and along the Smoky hill
route. They have also the best of saddle
horses, the finest trained dogs and ti.e
most approved lire arms. They return in
November and proceed to Texas, where
tbey proposo te spend the winter, leaving
Sn the spr<ng for a trip through New Mux
ico and Arizona to the Pacific coast.
After having travelled two years more in
this country tiny will return to England,
—St. Louis Hepuldican.
Fxcitino KoBltB.—An innno man,
named John 15 Sherwood, entered a bar
ber shop in Albany, recently, and requested the proprietor to cut his head off, und
then braid his hair with diamonds, He
wanted lo light a duel with uny mau
present, using razors for weapons—the
first one who lost his bowels to have the
other one's pocket-book He also aurced
to eat an ox und iilow Hail Columbia on
th6 horns while swallowinir him, provided
ore of the barbers would cut the looking-
glass. All these offers were very politely
declined. Sherwood then drew a revol
ver aud offered to 'shoot barbers at 20
cents a string.' As the shop was full of
customers, the drawing of the revolver
created u first class panic uinomr the occupants, who scattered iu all directions.
He fired the pistol, wheu one of the,.
barbere rushed in and secured the maniac.
Mr. S. ie reported to bc a man of wealth
and character, aud resides at Fort Edward.
I—     . *S*S*SBSSBS***S
New AilvcrtiM'iiH'iiN.
PRIME
Yorkshire   Bacon!
Ex Royal Tar,
*e2t
For isle by
FELL k CO.,
Yates itraet.
LTJIMIIBEIR,
ALAROE   ASSOSTKIST   OF   noUGH
and dressL',1  l'ur pale cheap,
J. KOIlKtT.SUN STEWART.
Victoria, V. I., 20.b Auguat, I860. >o 22
1LYMP1A  OYSTERS
IN  EVERY  STYLE  AT
A.   W*   PIPER'S,
AND   TBE
Best Welsh Rarebits
ON    IHE    ISLAND.
se 19
CHAMPAGNE!
NAPOLEON'S CABINET
BOUCHE.
TT7E   HAVE   APPOINTED   MESSRS.
VV  GRELLEY k  FITBBBE, of Victoria,
SOLE    AGENT8
—ton—
Vancouver   Island and   Iritish
Columbia-
Of our above-named Wines.
Bouche J*ils & Oo.,
at Jlnrpitil-Riir-Aj',
ee 19 Chaiupiigtic, Franco.
NQTICE.
ill PEI190NS HAVING OLUMS
.\ against tbe undersigned tire requested tu
present ihom within 30 day-t from dale.
All persons indebted to the undersigned ar«
tequested to settle their accounts within 'SO
days either hy note or otherwise, or tliey will
h« g vea to my Attorney for collection, as I
int«nd to leave fur Europe.  .
e,\ 16 lm J. W. KEYSER.
NOTICE
A.  BULER  &  Co.
BUY AND SELL LADIES' AND GENT'S
cast-off clothing.
Clothes cleaned and repaired at the shortest
notice.
GOVERNMENT   STREET,
Nearly opposite the St. Nicholas Hotel.
ie 2o-'m
JFO"R.     SALE
TWO GROV.ER k BAKER SEWING
MACHINES, fur heavy work; one
Singer's Machine, No. 2, Cor fino and heavy
work.
All the goods pertaining to the business,
including cotton goods, ticking, pulu, and
other goods too numerous ion mention.  •
The above will be sold for less than cost
within 30 days.
Teiuit—Cash or approved Nutes.
—ALSO-
The entire j'ock of Crockery, Hardware,
FLrniltire, Fancy G'tods, ke,, on the same
terms us above.
All goods unsold after 30 days will bo sold
at auction.
se 10-lm J. W.  KEYSER.
Dissolution   of  Partnership.
NOTICE.
I HE  PARTNERSHIP  HERETOFORE EX-
I    i.-iiug batwei-n   Thomas   Napier   Hililicn
and Junes Oitriwell  ti'idcr tbo name or lirm
nf Hibben ft Cursive'I, has been ibis day dissolved by mutual conso t.
The nusinesH will in future  bo  carried   on
hy Mr. T. N   Hibben, who w II  pay   mid   receive all money duo to  or owiug'by tho late
firm
Uated this 13th day of September 186G.
THOMAS NAPIER WBH3N,
.IAM..S  CARSWELL.
Witness  to tho signature of Thomas Napioi
Hibben,
Gtottim  Pearkes,
Solicitor, Victoria, V. I.
Witness to the Signnturc of James Carswell,
Kiiiium Histiop,
Solici'or, Victoria, V. I.
se 13-lm
ALICE   BROWN'S
FANCY   TWIST
SMOKING TOBACCO
JUST RECEIVED AT
A.   F.   KEYSER >S,
Together wiih some fine
HAVANA CIGARS DIRECT
Also on hand
Wine Sap, 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.
sc 5-1m
Miscellaneous.
ISTOTIOB,
MARTIN    BROS.,
IMPORTERS  OF
Groceries and Provisions,
FJRRPROOI BUILDING,
LATELY OCCCPIEU BYL'HOTELIER* Co,
■WHARF      STTtEET.
Ml
Alhambra
BILLIARD SALOON,
COBKER MMCRVIbVr   IYII YiriS  STS.
UP-STAIRS.
intranet on Yates Street.
se 3-lm
A   Triunph    of    Science
—4KD—
THE  LIGfT.OF   TIIK    WOULD
DR. B
LU   & SALVE.
I be«e L fe-elv
tt f,gv- [mt)l
"f«   entury of pi
g remodies nr* now, for the flr t
v lo lh* w,r i) Fur over 1 quitter
at   piaclice thciiigreili   His iu th*io
Life.Giving Pills
H,»' I'B'O men with thn urMtont tureen*. Th'ir
inlmlin i> n tnfy i„ prevent ■ Ii-an-. but tn rurc
Tliey »• rch ,rj n,. varitim mtlldlu by hich Inpatient l« mlHnK, ai.rt re.iuvlK«mle« t'.e nil I n '
.ty.t.'in. T lb'/»:t'il and inllnn a lew di.ios of there
Villi, aide I'll. 1.8 till, r.ivo tube
A V1RY fODNTAIN OF YOUTH,
rest In «TeFt et, t'.ejald now life and vlta'lty, a"il
e«t,r"thew n]'i[..i.rlfie. lolhoir rlitina ei ,'t«. T
the <,miiiran ii dl fad lln'y »lll pr ve mini in
Vain l-le,a. a *i y, •pncilli' nml iter iiu niedlelne.
trv- \» a dr»ail realized, tint Pinco-de-t,i.c,n «(nigli
fur Ihreu hinid|d yearn nun. and never f imi.I. e
look, il fori, f i lain thai would reilore Ihe old tu
l ig»r aud make jouth ever
A.n Eternal Hpring-!
It wni left fur t.li diy and hour tu realize the dream,
and .In.w in «ieglorious f.,ct the inagio that u.ade
iv fair.
THESE FAMOUS REMEDIES
Cannot »t\\ th'1 litfht of year*, but Dirt can force buck,
•<   bold .ili.iii. dM-iit*. b   lmt  mi  I.I in   rnpti  ovei   Uie
ue   ii". i *!'■   then,   bill
<*g a  and   tbe   vun,'.     l,"t
«fiz- ilu' i':tv..r;ibti oj.ptiituDitj Ibat oirurs. When Ukeii
aa preicilbed—
For Blllious Disorders
NotbititrcAti he n»r» [roiluuliee of curf than theBO
Pill—rhaii al:ni-i in gi •■ influence In felt at o t< ;
■■ii'l ill- iiNiitl cm' mitaiili "film hi. «r diatrPSdlnx
>lr».-M«i iu-.' i-i'ino.al. Tbese reiiiidie* aro made from
the i>t.re»(
VEGETABLE COMPOUNDS.
Thfj will not liitm Iho mml ddicato fern alp, and
ca i bu 1:1 fn witb good tfftct in proauribed cl»---.•, to
tlie youilfeat bdbe.
For Cutaneous Disorders
And all erir'ti-nnoMhe Hklu, tbii SALVE la  mo"l In-
vuiu.ti.h-.   It do« a t Ii.-hI ' ximnnliy iloo ,  but pt-ne-
tr 'vt wilb Uie uiu,i h riiMiiii ; mi (;i» tu tbe  vort root
of ili« evil.
DR. MAGGIEL'S PUS
Invariably cure the following  Diseases \
A^tlimt,
Butnl Oomplitlnt^
Coiinhn,
QoHt.
ClieitDi toft,
Coanvnf 8,
ttin,
Diarrh>a,
Dtopijt
DtjL.ility,
Fever aad Ari
Pemale^nmplaioi.j
lleailaclie,
Indif sllun,
lllfl'IP   tn,
luflaam tion, \
Inward \\>ak«*«,
Ll-er (Jumnliint,
Lowr.e<-Jf3|!irita,
Ringworm,
Rl*umat Bm,
Halt i Iifirn,
Bo&lda,
Skin DiFcaxeR,
W NOTICE.—Vonege-Vlnn without the nmrtl
tratle-mark To-ind c^t-h p* ar box, pignerl b» DR. J.
At.OI I., 43 Fulton atroelj New \ork, to counterfe t
which ia fi'lony.
*y Bold by nil reapeclnbte Doalera in Mediclnea
throuirb'Ut the United Statu and Canida— at 26 centa
per box or pot,
A. C. Langley & Co.,
Agents for Vancouver Island and British
Columbia.
Mi--ccHaiieous.
Ihe Only Sure Way to Save the
Country!
IS TO PATRONIZE
CAMERON'S   I8L4ND   l'RODUCE
Ts&A2l2Z21'r,
No.  18   Fort  street,   oppoaite   Hra.   Heal'a
lluarding-liouse.
TjiAMILIKS AND HOTKI. KERPERS WILL
I find always uu huml ln;,lj, cheap, uml
good
Isl'ind VepelnbloR nnd Fruit,
I  I in.I Fieli and (lame oT all sorta,
Island Bffgl and Butter,
l.sland Veni'On cut to order,
Island Poultry, Ac, Ac, Ac
X. B.—I licrc'iy make known to the puldic
that, having made arrangements with certain
island fanners to sell their produce, I am
from tliiB date prepared to sell cheaper than
any ' 'liin.iiiian peddler that ever ate rice—
'• »So walk nn, John I"
August i VUi,  1866. ie 17-lm
tf^
HERMAN  SHULTZ,
—AT—
His Wi-U Known and Old Established
Stand
The Government st. Boot Store,
Has just received  per steamer
A   FINE   ASSORTMENT   OFt
Ladlat' and   Children's   tihoes.
Which he offers at a very low price.
Receives by each steamer from   England and
Kan   Francisco
BOOTS     Sc    SHOES
OK    THI
FINEST   AND  BEST QUALITY,
FRENCH   LEATHER,
SHOE     FINDIXVGS,
At prices to correspond with the times,
se 12
BRITxSH   periodicals.
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The iLdinbu'gh Eeview (Whig)
The w estminster Keview (Radical)
The .North British Keview (Free Church)
— AND—
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Misri'IIaneous.
The fair Hcvipwi  rcpni.liRhed  by ftfwn, Rootff *
Co., nre fi iHTiil y <:o sid-- in nn the tirent Rfyiowt,
and niackwonci ii.i- lieen j mtlv i I ■■■ <■<! in ilu- ■aine
rank. Whorvttr (Itipenf-en with r iidni-- pu licntl'Mis of
thti olaw», wh tMVfr wnj '*hi* «n-r*l i t.forrn tlion,
w'it *onn bo altotretlmr lielilnd th« tlnm in whirh lie
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far behinJ. Th'-y m«y '"■ fad nnd itudk-il wnh ui-
vnntAL-e by th« people of thin co mtry, ol' uvery creed
and |Mil.y.
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L. 3. ft Co., alio pubiish the
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By Hbsby PTKrflRSB, of Edinburgh, nnd ttie la.e J. P.
NOBTOH, ol Tale ollege. 2 vnli. Boy.i Oclarn, 1600
pa^ea. and numerous Eugravinira'
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«8 M. >u23
A. & W. WILSON,
Home and Ship Plumbers
GASFITTER8,
BELL-H4NGERS & TINSMITHS
FoitT muff.
411 nrderN promptly attended lo
se 2 ^	
CHARLES    BERNARD.
Manufacturer and Dealer in
FAMILY CHARTRES COFFEE.
And SplceN of all kind*,
No. 707, Sansome street, corner Gold,
Between Jucknon hoi! Pacific.
First Pretntum awarded by the Mechanics' Institute, for tht best Cojfet and Spices.
Tin proprietor li a v i n ir introduced Steum
Power iu Iiih Mnniihii'iiMY, hn .now increased
liuiliiii'. to supply thc triidc and the public ia
Item nil. All article!" from his Emnlillslimenl
ure guaranteed lo bo pueund unadulterated.
The public ure rcspoclliillv invited to call and
convince themselves Country orders promptly
attended to. - ■.■*'!
TUB  ONE  THING   WAMKD.
HOLLOWAY'S TILLS.
Tlie mood.
Tbftlfl fumons pills Rre ao romtinped thn
tin*/ Optra la whoIaiomAl/OD the siomach, the
liver, ili** bowcli, au<) otherorgaoj; by eorriyv
iutr tot] dvraoffeniODti in their funitiotia
wiierch; a steady »uppl; of pure mnteriula tor
the renewal ol the Blood is furni^hfd, and a
OonitAot abitrsctlou o( effete products is ef-
fected. This perfect circulation thus become*
the very fo'iwtnin ol health nnd life, nnd overcomes ull form of disease wherever its miuiu-
tion.
General PlNorilcrs of flie Llvei
and  Momacli.
All who ever indulge a* table, either in eat-
•ng or drinking, should take ahout ten of t!:cs-
famous pills at. bed time, from which nil) ree
suit u clear hend and good stoninch the full w-
ing morning. Thoiisur.ds of Ladies are always complaining of sick headache*, want o
appetite, wnnt of energy, and want of sirnngth,
lo correct all these evils, three or fuur of these
PUll should be taken twice a week, when ihey
w mid give ihe invulid ,ue ht-alth uu<l ajipctito
uf a ploughman.
Females of all A0M and Classen
Obstructions of any kind, either in young
nr those belween forty and fifty—th< most critical pet 104 of life--may be radically remo.-vJ
by using theso Pills according to the printed
directions which accompany each box. Voung
persons with sickly and sallow complexions
may have the bloom of health restored by thi?
corrective, wl ich purifies the blood and expels all gross and Impure humors from the system. Beware t!ien of the critical age fron
forty to filly, as it sends ninny thousands to
premature grave,—these I'ills should be takev
it that period of life two or three  times   »
teek
Want   ol   Strength and  Energy.
Persons of sedentary habits, or ihoie troubled in mind, working in Factories or Coal
fits, who cannot obtain ihat amount of fresfc
air and exercise which nature requires, suffer
from weakness aud delility, lowncss of spirila
and want of appetite. All sucb should lake »
lose or two ot these Pills every three or foui
days, as they act gently and effectually on tbe
system and impart vigor nnd energy to the
body, which is always followed by a good
appetite, sound and refreshing sleep, aod •
high flow of spirits.
For the (nre of fliiopiy<
The efflccy of Holloway's Pills In Oropaj
is extraordinary. Tbey act with such a peculiar effect upon the system, thnt thn fluid?
causing tlm direful cn.iplnint, are peiccptibl
parried off and pre»enlod from any furtfaei
accumulation. The I offers I r-gains n buoyancy of spirits and rejoices la a completely
renovated constitution. It la indispensably
necessary thnt the Ointment should he moat
effectually rubbed into the cumplaining parifl
daring the whole course of treatment.
Children and their Allmentc.
In no country in the world are more children
carried to an early grave tban in Great L'ritaiu.
Coughs, Measles, Scarlatina, Kevert-, and other
jiseases attack tbe little sufferers, nrd death,
but too often, follows at, a rapid ikicc ; pet if
at the first stage ot these complaints, parents
were to have recourse to Holloway's Pills, all
d»nger woulc be a\oideri for the stomach
and bowels would oe gently but effectually
cleanRerl by tbis ni ilu aperient ; the depruved
numors corrected ano tnesecretions duiy rfgu-
lated. A perfpet cure would "oon bi effected, and tbe l*ttle pattern restored te soon*1
health.
Holloway' Pi. r tie the best known remedy in th
world f\t the foliow.ng discaeas*
cnbl nttlie i Rirituifihment of Proieimor Htillowty,S4l
.■ctrAnil, (ne»r Temple Bar.) 1. n«lon ; aln" by all respect
b'-!i- nniL-rr!-' ■ iin-i ii< nWrn In Mo lefnesthrnufrliout th«
civilized world, At the ollnninft piicf»~lB. l}£.,b. Od,,
4r. 6*1., Hi., 22s., atxl 33h. tauh box.
A. tic
Asthma
BilUouhCoc plftlntt
Blotches    oi*   th'
t-kin
Bowel comp la in te
Co!ie»
Constipation of thc
Bowl*
Con»'tni[ tion
Debility
Dropsy
Dyientry
Erv»i I'«■!»■
Female   Irregular-
hiei
F»ver of all kind-
Fit!
(?OQt
H> ii'l Ache
Inili^'c-'idF
Inflnmmatlon
Jaundice
Liver Complaints
Lnm ba^o
Piles
RbeumatiRm
Kci.t'ni iun of ITrtne
?crofn'»orKinr i
Evil
<«ra Throats
.-tone and Grart
Secondary Symp-
t'imi
Tic Doloreux
Tumors
Ulcers
Vei.ereal     afAt
tions
Worms    of   a
kinds
Waakneaa     fron
whatever ciuie
«** Thare is a considerable saving by taking tba
inerriaaa.
Pir«iti«iii« for the guidrnee of patieuts In avary dlser
der are affixed to ench hox.
Printed and Published by McCmnit k Ce. at
the office, Langley Street. /
(^trrniug   tbtit$xi\$]$*
WEHNESKAY EVENING,UCTOBEIll, 186'-.
Tilt:   AV\L\4TIOV   «{l t.VMO.V
A gooj cauee is neVcr more cure nf
NICUM* than when it u oppusud Li) lUu
vioXed mnl Hid faflili'-uindcil. 'J'lie character of the liieii, who Bt ihe meeting ol I significant
Sitiunla; night ami sinee hare been puf_ ) ronlly loyal men on'Vancouavr Maml io
• ing theniaelree for#«rd m patagoniao) to I <le*lr« a change that, would keep the Urit-
Die public Jrlth  olVancouver InIuiiU hus   ish population iu the country— and it ia
tiiuu that class in our miil.-t who have
hceu mouthing cheap loyally fur ilie la»t
few duy.i. liriiisli stutirm-nt would, iu
fact, lie better for lbe change ; fur in the
fireacut wretched condition of things the
Uritlsll    Mjlijeet   i8   ohlitjetl   10   loBIU    lile
country for the  American Republic,  and
in    ii ost    instances   Bud*    it   dctJrulilc
to  trni.is er  hit  ullcgiain-c.     It   is  thi."
fact    which     induces     ihe
New Advertisements.
made lliecame, which iui-1 with the aliuu.-t
unanimous acceptance at the Theatre, triumphant throughout the colony. Krnni
every quarter there comes but one shout
—good and cheap (juveriinieut, under
liritish rule ifposjibbt, under Uie American
Hcpiiblic-jf ,lt cannot be otherwise oh*
iniiied. It is not tlmt the - inbabitniiia
love lfrUi-h conned inn less, but that tliey
love freedom and prosperity more. They
MM that tliey will all hnve to leave unless
this colony bus every political nud commercial nilvantiigi) enjoyed by the contiguous American Territory. In ull ths
lliere is no disparagement of British rule ;-
it is simply the lai.guugc of necessity,
which points out the otter hopelessness of
colonizing n country like Vancouver Island
under a system ofgov eminent thut has more
affinity with Kussiu than with England.
We-calltie more succeed in drawing pop*
illation to our shores under such a state of
things, and when our Jiext door neighbors
present so many more allurements lo tho
immigrant, than'«•« can succeed in suspending tho laws of gravitation, No sane man,
und we Oo not want lbe other class; baving
il good supply of them already, will ever
think of'Coining te a country, where there
is do industry, where tbe working man hus
no employment, where the scCtler is
met by every conceivable obstacle, uud
where thc people have a little less to suy
in file government tlnm the Turit in the
management of Turkey- Tho fact that
it is a British colony—that thc British
flag floats over it—cn'n never recompense
a man for fruitless toil and ultimate ruin.
Matt npw a   days do not want to  be
treated   like   Hindoos,  under  any   Dig.
'Oive them liberty ana ma,o.i„i , r...i,,,,
and they will get on very well if no hing
more attractive waves from the Government buildings than a common pocket
bandkei'cbief. The most loyal British
subject—even tbe Vancouver Island
'government official— will much prefer the
United States "gold eagle" to the English
"sovereign''—not becimse ho has teny preference for President Johnson, or any less
love for Queen Victoria, but because with
•the one coin ho will be twice us well off
as with the oilier. If he can mulce more
money, aud enjoy more happiness under
tbe Stars and Stripes than under tbe'Union
Jack, he-will go under the flag -Of the
Kepublic, wbero bo can be just as much
an Englishman It be chooses, as the citizen of the United States iu a Britisb
country can be a staunch supporter of the
American Union.
The people of Vancouver Island are a
luw-abiding people. The changes they
desire they edek to bring about by legitimate not revolutionary moans. Tbey ask,
ns they bare an undoubted right lo ask,
'that Her Majesty would be gruciously
iplcasid, if other tbingsnecessary for their
prosperity foil, to nHow thin colony to be
annexed lo the United States. They
have as nmch tight to ask lor this as they
have a right to ask for anything that
would better tbeir condition, and Her
Majesty has au (epiul right to refuso to
grunt the prayer, if alio feels so disposed.
.Looking ut the annexation question, however, in its worst light, what is there in
it to hurt the feelings of an intelligent
Englishman ? It is simply praying that
a colony which, under its present Government, is going rnpidly to ruin, should be
made prosperous and happy by being
.placed under different rnle, but that rule
.direotod hy ibe same class of people as
.ourselves. It is not liko asking to be
put under the doaiiuion of o different
face, speaking a different luugunt'e, but
juerely to bave the Government of one
■portion of the Anglo-Saxon family which
cannot .make a good nse of the country
Iraiuferrcd to another portion which can.
'/'here is besides no necessity for any
Erglishm.aij in the place changing his
nationality. He can be just as iirnily at-
tuched to Great Britain, as we havo np
doubt every British subject wonld under
the condition of iilfnirs alluded to, ns tbe
niosf devoted adherent of the Crown.
•'■There are just as good British subjects
in California to day as there ure in uny
portion of the  Empire—certainly bettor
this fact which makes the resolution of
the meeting on Suturday acceptable to
nine out of every ten men in the community. In fact the only opponent) of the
scheme who have conic up to the .surface,
arc a few government ofiii-inls, a few hungry men looking for oflice, and tlm rickcl y
instilntiou known ns lbe Colonist ami
Chrt.nii'/e, which m tlie last stage of its
existence, seeks lo prolong iis miserable
career by toadying in the most abject
manner to the Government.
New Advertisements.
F
N O TJt C E.
ROM AND AFTBB THIS DATE I WIMi
accept
Bank Bills for Eents
Ur for any other payia' ii is to bc mmlc to mo.
ii.  i.. mii.vi:.
Victoria, V. I., Oct. 3, 186a. oc 3
Queen Charlotte Coal
Mining Company (Lim)
Notice  cf   Meeting.
AX EXTRAORDINARY GENERAL MEET-
ing of Hiareliolders of this Company will
Im hold in the office of iho Company, Cite
Council Chambers, on THURSDAY, tlio llth
day of October, inst., at ono o'clock p.in., for
the purpo.-c of electing Diriu-loi-s : ns some
doubts huve arisen as to the legality of tire
election of the priscnt Hoard.
The Fourth Ordinary Masting of thc Company Will bo hold at thc same hour and place
m Wednesday tin- 17th dny of Ocloher inst.,
for receiving Quarterly Report and general
business.
Cor. Rioad and Trounce sts., 1
October 3, 18G0. ,/
oc 3 J. S. WILLIS, Secretary.
TOBAGGil PLANT
ABEIVAT, OF ANOTHER CARGO FROM
Virginia & Cuba,
WA 'ASriXWAllI,,
01° tlie flout   Celebrated Brands of
TOBACCO  &   SEGARS
KVKIl IMPORTED
Humpies can -bs had at the •> flHIXI'll','
•corner Vales and Government streets.
Arrival of a fewmore Plants
by the " California."
tay* Oflice of C. P.   Green's  Victoria
and lOsijuimult Express.
r. a.iiPBnx,
•ei ADELPHI KEOAR STORK.
Jesse  Cowper,
Wholesale and Iti'tiid Dealer in
BOOTS AND SHOES,
LEATHER,
—AND—
SHOE    FINDINGS,
YATB3    STREET,
0PP081TE WELLS, KAlKiO & On
At the old Stand of Webster k Co., ii
prepared io supply the wauls of the
public in his lino.
The Latest Stvhs
Received Ly every nrrival from Englni ('
and San   Francisco. oc X
FASHION MUSIC HALL,
ADJOINING WELLS, FAEOO k CO'S,
Yates    Wtrcet.
rtMlF, PROPRIETOR TAKES GREAT
1 pleasure In announcing the arrival of the
celebrated
PRIMA DONNA & PIANISTE,
Madam Josephine Berndt,
Who will every evening entertain Ihe visitors
with selections from the most fivvonto
o x* E R. A. s,
Aud the most
POPULAR BALLADS,
In English,   French,  Italian, German,
Hungarian, Spanish, etc., etc., etc-,
Being one of the most accomplished
I ingusts and Vocalists of the Day
In addilion tn tho talented Madam Hermit
the services of the following (>nlaxy of beauty
U-.V. ***» «ne«n«,l to wait upon customers:
MISS   MILROY,       MISS   SWEET,
"     DEVRIES, "     WALSH,
MADAM GRENIER.
Open every evening at 8} p.m.
^DMISSIOIN"      FREE.
C.     BROOKS,
New Advertisements.
IIAVANACfGARa
LEWIS &   AKTHONY,
TOBACCONISTS.
47 Yates St., Brick Store!
Next io Comer of fiovcrnmcnt St.,
BEG TO IXl'OltM TlIi;iU KKIESDS AND I
l e public in general   Ihnt ihey  will eon   I
stint ly receive  by every  Mrutner n guild  ns- !
• orlmaiilui tienililMt Havmiil « l^tii-N
ami ib« llt.t   llramlN nl' I iilniii u,
iiuporttd direct  for tins market, so ttiat iht-y
iire able  lo .-oiniit'io  witb  nay bruse on  tbis
ll'iiid. oil tier Wbolifalo or Kciail.
\.  B-—Special   attention will bo paid to
Country oid'-rs.
HHIJIAX  LKWJ.V.     |     LOUIS ANTUONV.
oc 3
New -Advertisements
SAN   PRANCISOO
OYSTER  SALGON !
Government   street,
Uelw'Cii Gns Keyser's nnd W. Wilnon'i
NEW    WKST.MINSTKR
GAME   DEPOT,
YATES   ST.,
Next door to  the corner of Government,
opposite Zelner's Drii^ Store.
'-plIE SaBflOBIBBB IIAVI.VO MADE AR-
L rnngomi-nts to receive from different
parties tlio produ c of the Island and couniry
will bo prepared to lurnish
Game,
Fish,
fruits.
Poul'ry,
Eggs    and    Vegetables,
Each and  all in  their season, nt thc lowest
prices.
JAMES   ALLE*.
ocl lm
Tiie r.vni:risioN-i:n. i.v view op the
'•Hood Timet " folk* snid were ruining,
bis ul'KNKI! iIih above premise, ««d Intonde
to (ll'i;\ THE BEST OVSTEBS th* market
furnishes.   Tl iy will be
Koanlnl
Fried
8 te wed
In or Out of Iho Shell-
Hay Ojicu at all houri.
»• «-lm .1. B. WMJ,.
oc 1
Chrouiula   copy
Proprietor.
NOTICE.
The "Grotto,"
OPPOSITE THE TEI.EOIIAPH OFFICE.
For n (tlnss of choiuo  li(|tior go to thn
"Urotto,"
Thcro  " xo.s't but HUB hest '' yon   will
find is the uratlo.
Mint .Tnlcpi, Slieny<;olil)lers—everything
cooling -
Come ye that do ihirnt, you will find its
uo foolkig.
■oc2
THE C. 0. & M. S. N. COMPANY'S
STEAMSHIP
££9Efe
ACTIVE,
JOSEPH   WILUAMS,  Commander,
WIH 8AII,   FOB
SAN FRANCISCO DIRECT,
From Brodiick's Wharf, on
Wednesday,   October 3d,
At 4 p. m.
For frciebt or passsgo, npplv on hoiiTd or to
CHAS.  tt. WALLACB, Agent,
oc 1 Wlinrf street.
THE ROYAL HOTEL,
Wharf   Street,
HAS REDUCED ITS PRICES TO MEET
tlie times, nnd clean comfortable beds
can be obtained for 25 aenti per night or $1 50
per week.    Hoard SI per day.
S. HIM..,   Proprietress.
>>'. II —The Hotel is lire-proof. oc 1
BANK   OF   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.
Ijonuon, .Id August, 186H.
JjlROM AXD AFTER 25th f-'EPTEMIlER,
1880, Mil. David Maiisiiai.i, Lano will
cease tn be Almingcr of this Hank in those
Colonic*, and .\W. Wu. Cciitis U'aiiii is
authoriiofl to pdKRirm ihe duties of Principal
Ollicei of tho Hunk in those Cnlnnles, signing
all ddcuments as Aciing Maringer.
liy order of tho Court of Uirecmrs,
JAS. 1). U'AI.KER,
«e 20-1 m Inspector.
Oriental Restaurant,
YATES   STRKET,
In connection with the Oriental Hotel.
rpill.S  ESTABLISHMENT   IS   OPEN' AT
J.   ALL HOURS OF THE DAV OR NItillT.
Will bo furnished with thc best the market
nll'ords.
Breakfast,
Dinner,
Supper
At moilcrnto prices,
Oysters   in   every   Style.
Private Rooms for sm»ll or large parties.
Call nnd judge for yourselves.        sc 30-lm
DR.   POWELL  HAS REMOVED HIS
Surgery and   Residence to tlic corner of
DOUGLAS   AND   I1ROU0HT0X   STREETS
(near Furt).
Orrici Uncus—9 A. M.  to 12  II., and  8
P. M. tn 10  P. M.
August tt-, bu 20
Dissolution   of  Partnership.
IVOT'IC'JE.
"ROUND THE COM"
IS THE NAME OF THE
2STE-W"    SALOON
JUST OPENED IN
Limglcy   Street,   romifl  the
corner from Yates street,
Iu the building formerly  occupied   by   the
Saloon of EiiKiiiiAitnT's Hotel.
The Saloon has  been   tastefully  reliited,
aud will be supplied with the
FIRST    QUALITY   OF
Wines   and  Liquors.
Tlie proprietor respectfully invites the public lo call   "HOUND THE CORNER"  and
judge fur themselves.
GOVBIINBENT   STItKKT    KKTRAKCK — NEST
door lo tho Tele(rrn|>h Office,
so 20        .1 iron   IlEllKIMIsn.
'I HE PARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE EX-
I isting between Thomas Napier Hibben
nnd .lames Carswell, under the name or rlrm
nf Hibben k Carawell, has been Ihis day dissolved by mutual consout.
Tbe DUllneil will in future bo carried on
by Mr. T. N Ilibbun, who tfijl pay and receive all money due to or owing by the late
firm
Dated this l:ith day of September 1800.
THOMAS NAPIER HIBHEN,
JAMES  CARSWELL.
Witness  to the signature of Thomas Napier
liihhen,
(iKllllllH   Pkaiikks,
Solicitor, Victoria, V. I.
Witness to tho Signature of James Carswell,
Uoiikiit Hisiiop,
Solici-or, Victoria, V. I,
so I3-lm
OLYMPIA OYSTERS
IN  EVERY  STYLE AT
A.   We   PIPER'S,
AND   TIIK
Best Welsh Rarebits
ON    THE    ISLAND.
no 19
LTTIMIIBEIR,
A      I.ARC.E   ASSORTMENT   OF   ROUGn
IX    and dressed for sale cheep,
.1. ROBERTSON STEWART.
Victoria, V. I., 20lh August, 18CU. se 23
CHAMPAGNE!
NAPOLEON'S CABINET
—AND —
BOUCHIJ.
-IITB   HAVE   APPOIKTKD  MESSRS.
VV   GRELI.EV  k   FITERRE, of Victoria,
SOLE   ACENT8
Vancouver   Island and  British
Columbia-
Of our abovc-uained Wines.
Bouohe  FUb & Co.,
at Marouil-inr-Ay,
Ohampagnc, France.
se 10
NOTICE
A1
against the undersigned are requested to
present ihcm within Jo days from date.
All persons indebted to the undersigned are
requested to settle thoir accounts within 30
days e'lher by note or otherwise, or they will
be given to my Attorney for collection, as 1
intend to leave for Europe.
se 16lm J. W. KEYSER.
J- H- Turner & Co,
GOVERNMENT STftEBT,
VICTORIA, V. I.
LONDON   FIRM,
J- P- Tunstall & Cj.
LONDON    HOUSE,
September, 1806.
We have received by " Jloyal Tar" and late Express arrivals a
s-jreat part of our Autumn and Winter Stock. It comprises as usual a
full assortment of Staple and Fancy Goods.
Linens, Cottons, Prints, Damasks,
Blankets, Flannels, so.,
Dress Goods, The New Linsevs, Seroes, Merinos,
Poplines, Plaids, &c.
(Shawls—Rich Broche, Wool, Himalayan, &c,
Ladies' and Children's Underclothing,
Mantles, Furs, Hosiery, Embroideries, Lace
Goods, kc.
Millinery— Wreaths, Head Dresses, a beautiful selection
of Bonnets in the Lamballe, Pamela, and other new
shapes;   Hats in silk, velvet, and straw.
This department is now under the direction of a First Class French
Milliner, who arrived by last steamer.
The above, goods have been selected by our London partner with great
care, and will be sold on most favorable terms.
J.   H.   Turner   Jfc   Oo.,
bc 21 Agents for Alexandre's Kid Gloves. <£bnuit0   (Lclcgnipb.!
WEDNESDAY EVENING, (I'TOilER ::. f8M.
COMMERCIAL
I'I'OICM.UI..
P«r stmr JOSIE McNKAR, from Paget
Sound—Capt Seely. J I. Ifyeri, Chai Katon,
II Tntirall, W I'uiiell, J 11 Hunt, A J tTiiiin-
l^ors, Geo Hague, Mrs Hogue, Airs l-'r.iuk,
Doiigl.K, Mlis O'llriea, Hill Hsrmoat, ilri
Oalf, A J Truowortliy, Dr G G Turner, h J
Gladwiu, E I' Chase, A Alkiiu, II D.inuay, V
I.ivera, T Gibhoe, ¥ Castillo, Nichols, tf II
Fisher, J ¥ Oldenburg, J N Gale, Mrs.S Goorgo
and cliild, It Trueworihjr.
nifuwra.
Por stmr JOSlB McXEAR, from Pugit
S"iind-17U heiul sti''t'|», 12 liend ca'lle, 10 UXI
iipple-, 1 tun Hour, 1 coup chickeus, ilu bxs
bread.
lu.iMiiii.i:..
Per   stmr JOSIE   .McNKAR,   from   Puget
Suuud—Carson, Reynolds k Co, II tViusor
KIIII'I'IM.   IVIKI.MOICMi;*..
poRTorricToiiiA. vancouveh isi.ami.
Oct 3—Str Active, Williams,   Now   Wcst-
mlasur
Sip Forest, Dielterson, San Juan.       ^
Sip Fnihibu, Cosletto, Port Angelos.
CLlAltD.
Oct 3—Str Active,  Williums,   San   Francisco.
Sip Forest, Dickcrson, San J-ian.
Sip Fashion, Cosletto, Port Angelo?.
DKPAitTcaR or run Activs. — Tlic steamship Active will carry away this afternoon
some S)5 passengers Among whom arc Captains Maxwell and Parker, U. N. Mr. D. M.
Lang, Mr. W. II. Oliver, Mrs- McMicking and
f imily, of New Westminster, who go home to
Canada, Mr. Solomon and family, Mr. Giim-
bitx, Mr. Moody, and many other Victorians.
A good many Chinamen arc also leaving.
She will also cirry a full freight, comprising
75 Ions coal, a number of file-proof safes, a
i|iiantlty of nil, hides nnd genera! merchandise, consisting of 85 casks oil, 20 large fireproof safes, 2110 salt hides, 1U0 dry do, JO
bales deerskins, ISO tons coal.
Fmkmkn's Fkstitiiiks.—We regret having
been prevented from accepting thc courteous
iavitition of thc Ciiief and Assistant Engineers
elect to attend thc social meeting of last night.
Thc liepartinent was present in full force, cx-
Chief Driinnnond occupying the chair, and
President Kelly the vice-chair. Tho u-ual
toasts were drank, nnd the utmost hilarity and
good feeling prevailed among the firemen aad
their guests.
Tus Mass Mektixo. — Wc havo been
wholcly unable to supply the demand for our
edition of Sunday morning, containing thc
report of Saturday night's meeting. Besides
our regular edition, whieh now exceeds tbat
<if any o'her journal iu these colonies, we
hnve had demands fur ut least HID more for
meiling, and consequently have been obliged
to disappoint many of our friends.
Fkom Nkw \Vt:srui.v.sri:ii.—The steamship
Active arrived down last night at I'i o'clock
bringing ill) passcngors, 19 of whom arc (or
Sac Frnciseo and 11 for Victoria. She also
brought $20,807 78 iu treasure for tho Hank
of Rritish Columbia. Purser Ed. Thome informs us that the Cariboo express had nrrived
down, but was not got ready in lime to conic
down by the Active.
Goviin.voR Skymokh—Tlic Government
organ iu this city is rcsponsiblcfor tiie following paragraph : A telegram has been received
from Govoraor Seymour requesting that a
man-ef-war meet him at San Francisco to convey him to Victoria. The Sparrowhawk will
probably be detailed for the lervice.
CnicanT av Coi.woon.—Our crirketcrs sustained another drubbing at (,'ulwond, yesterday, the Naval eleven beating them with one
wicket to spare The Victoria Club scored,
1st Innings, 44—2nd do. 07; total, 101 ; tho
fleet, 1st innings, 28—2nd do, 74 ; total, 102.
Treasure Shipments.— The Rink of British Columbia sent down $105,H94 88 ; and
Wells, Fargo, A Co., 18,005 01 ; total $188,
600 86.
Police Court— There was a blank calendar
at tho court this morning.
Tbe U. S. cutter Lincoln   arrived   in   port
this afternoon, witb mails for the Active.
II. M. S. Scoct will sail  for thc southern
coast on Monday next.
TELEGRAPHIC-
The   Csiblc.
St. Joujj N. B. Sept 29—Telegrams
from Onpe Breton nnd New found I and
state that tho gale of Sept. 23rd and
24th, was of unusual severity, sweeping
over the ivhole Island of Newfoundland
nnd prostrating the telegraph for miles.
C. W Field nrrived here to-day from
Shediae, having left the Medway und
Terrible in the Straits of Northumberland, laying the new cable between New
Brunswick aud Prince Edward's Island.
Eastern.
Chicago, Sept 30.—A Washington
special says, an onnsnally protracted session yesterday has been the cause of no
little speculation. The knowing ones
Bay  that the  now important subject of
Mexican airairs was dtKUMed. Rumor
even god io fir ns to declare that Information has re idled the (iovi-riiiiu-nt lint
Maximilian intends   tn  abandon   Mexico
by December,   Tfteadflitniatrition i< i ■
nidi-ring how best lo net In restoring the
liberal iJnvcniuieiit to power.
Europe.
Chuah.i.   Sep:,   au.—The   following
items are t ki-u Irom   the steamer   moil,
A Paris letter tajt the British Oororn-
ment h'js i/H'jiiii His Holiness an uaylum
on the Island nf Malta in case lie should
feel Inclined to leave the eternal city, but
luter accounts I'rinn Florence inform DI
that n much better understanding between
tho King of Italy and the Sorer, i.'ii
I'niitilf now existf, und there is every probability of un amicable solution ol the
long minding Ii.nlian dHDcalty,
Cholcru has lonppenrtd on the French
nml Italian sealioiinls ut Marseilles, Nice,
(jeiiuit nml Naples. In Marseilles tliere
was nu alarming increase of cases of late;
more than 60 deaths occurring daily (cut-
tared orer tbe whole ciiy without di-,-
liiiciioii of district*.
A  Committee  of  Deputies from tin-
Greek isle of Crete have forwarded u
petition lo President Johnson, asking Ihe
interference of the United States iu he-
hulf nf the Christians who wish to be
delivered from tbe yoke of thu Sultan,
London, Sept 2S.—A meeting of
Stockholders of the Atlantic Telegraph
Company, resolved to increase Ihe capital
of the company, and it was promised thnt
tolls for messages should be shortly reduced.
A trcuty of pence between Italy and
Austria will be signed in u day or two.
Who ai-o Tliey ?
To tlie Editor of tin Evening Telejrufh:
Sir—It may be lliterei'lng to know who
I lie individuals ure who on Saturday night
attempted to disturb the people's meeting
for annexation. First uud foremost Is
the Kegjgtrar General of Vancouver
Island—a man who wus thrust upon this
colony, whoso oflice was niaile for him. iu
order that he might get a livelihood,
which he could not otherwise make.
Second, the Colonial Treasurer, who is
almost in the same bunt, The otlier
ollicials wero I ke them simply screiuuiiig
!or their breud and butter. Next we
cine to lIk- propnulors of the Chronicle,
Who is Ulggiiis that he had a right to
disturb the mooting ? It licit British
subjoin ' I trow not; and yet this fellow
after doing everything to injure Ihe coun-
iry, politically a, d otherwise, ftjet about
as il he was the sole defender of the
Faith and the Majesty of I'.'iiglaiid. Lei
any one try him wilb $2 50 uud
see the result. And who ,s Harries
of the Chroniclef Tlie Individual who
if he had any principles hclii one set in
the Colonist, and then changed them when
tiie amalgamation took pla-je- who either
never had any principles or ideas in Ins
life, or wns content lo be the jackal I ol
bll lion (lying) partner. Anl. who is
Long? 'Jim youth who turned " informer'1 on the Church Fence business
This is a nice trio to jabber about pn'ilie
right—fellows that hnve been striving to
seo who could sloop the lowest to Uov-
eroor Kennedy nnd his myrmidons, And
who is that lumpy volunteer Nbfril, coming on  to tlie stage liko a frightened
lob'olliboj ?    showing  what,  loyalty  and
Dutch courage nan be screwed out of two
bits worth of Indian whiskey '/ And who
is that other worthy member uf the corps,
Mallandalnef who looked on the stugc
like Ihe redoubtable Bob Acres—his
valor oozing OUt at his linger ends. For-
tiinale it is for Vancouver island to have
two such defenders — a broken down
huckster and u used-up pi'dagogu", whose
knowledge of English is nliuost eijiiiil to
his knowledge of French ?    And who Ill'U
the oilier eipntlly ridiculous plrsonugw in
the "Loyal Drama?'1 Is there an iaiul-
ligent man among them 1 Is there n man
of the slightest, weight in ihe community
iu iheir midst'! Feed Ihcm on cheap
lunches, and they will shout for tlie
Queen of Bngland or the President of the
united Statis in eternity. Heaven help
Hiiii-h rule on Vancouver Island if ii Iind
to depend on tho mongrel crowd 1 have
been sketching.
A Looker-ox.
Special IVotlcci.
Mn. Cial I't't* lu announce tn the iuii'ilnt-
ftlits ot victoria tliat bo Im« lalely  reeeiwd a
larye assortment "' CMldrso*s Oarrlagss aod
Chairs, Fishing basket" and Fishing Canes,
•mil a lar.-e quantity "I Market und Inv,- Uny
lUsktts, Chios V '-«'», taatf Ooodi sad Toy*.
► II ,'t which baas to be told on or before
February next at ttr*ii\y p-ducd priesi
':•  U   dd ai wholesale lor co l piises.    *
I. Solomon 1 >i-• >h . have re-
i.i'ivil in tiie two-sioiy brick building on
ttorsronwot strset, opposits tbt 8t Kicbolas
Hotel. Ta»y have rec ived, ex -lli|i Mohawk,
lii.in Loii'luu, a flue assortment uf men's
Clothing and underclothing, which tliey will
sell lower than any house iu town, tlive ihein
a call.  *
Al.KXASlint's Iriovti—-Messrs. J. II. Tamer
.t Co.. London Home, bare received to-day,
Ijy Rxprcsi from Paris, a lull assortment of
Alexandra's famous kid glove., for which
they in'1 thn bole ageu'.s iu Vancouver Island
nnd Ilriiish Columbia. *
Mn. DlQSY I'.u.mkii request! Unit orders for
t"uching, I'lnyiiig and tuning I'ia lulorles, and
far instruction in Sinzing, may be left Willi
Uessrs. Uibbcn k Carswell, .Stationers and
Booksellers, Government street, or at his residence, near tlie mp of Fori street. *
Now Advertisement*.
IPIR/IIMIIE
FjiKNCH .MiM.ixFiiv—Tin* millinery department ;it Loudon llou-e Is new uuiU-r ilie iiniji-
ogerosiit i»f n Imly wlio nrrived by hist ite&m-
e? from Parll.—/. H, Tlhxku k  Co.
HllLLUVTAY's    I*IUS.—HiuiluHl   Pli-1   UoWtl CrinplailitB.
— lli m- ttitl:ifi!e-t urt nvorproMuti mil 11' Itftuimt
KMitk-il ttrHttutif leiniinalii fiinlli. It kIioiiM b-
fv-i'j « li iff kiumn tint Imtli eholtn mnl dUtrllflH He-
|iei-tl nn tiie pqwnu of innia nnd'^wiad lulMUtnes in
tho ito'o i«-u ur bowvU,nr mini d«IetiA6tfi inft'ttr In
thv b'fid 1, ;ni'l that Il(illovra>'| Mill rati i xjnl citlit-r
wiili etHSUd ''X|H*iliifv|].    Thty com- titr»l«   ina-nir
I'riiing drgrMpnrifyinf, JQlrFiiitlr», rtfiit•'!•!( am!
■(ranyillSHtiig -.uilitli-n, nn.t tbtll exert iiV*r tvery in
ttfpii"! nr.-au tlm wliulwfOiiiely unntrnlliiu' inllUKii ■-" |u
uteeiAtry f..? •8Mnh)rf*fal»WtV« nctloti in Ihehu-nan
rr.uro. Hrlltw y't MOr'iuinb imv lie nilmitnfOAiiRlj:
lakon ns h iiit'iiii-t iifkoi'ptna tli-i>i ml puio urn] Hie
hody tOol—tlm oii'y practicaMe plan nt m intiiiiiinj,'
liL'u'th In youili, in mli'ioil. .tu! old age.
The Emperor of Brazil has appoin'ed n
u Board of lleilth" to Lnveitlyiita and decide
wlnit proprietury r -medi'S slitmld la* nduiittud
into tlie country and whut excluded. Afier
some months Iffllon they have reported condemning them nil except Dr. J. 0. Aver A; Co'8
preparatioufi* Thrcu of those they rcobm-
inended the Bmperor to admit for the henefit
uf the public health, while they hold the
fourth, Cherry Pedum!, under advisement for
further information respecting one nf its In*
gredi uts — mor[diiae, wliicli while so cx-
lenstvety employevl and sn highly esteemed as
a reined;/ in this country. Ifl nnroily knnwn
in that. t)f all the othr medicines before
them, ihe Imperial commission say, " ao one
of tlti-m merilri uny favor wfautever, or pro-
tectiun fr m this Guveinrneit, as tliey contain
aothing new nor any specific virtues! not fully
known and used by our own physicians.''
The Imperinl Government has accordingly
prohibited them all from i.dmtssion through
t^ie custom house, except the remedies of oiir
distinguished countrymen above mentioned—
ft, discrimination hy llndr learned men very
lilte I lint to which experience has led the
American people.— Boston Herald.
A   NTK\Y   AND   GkaNI) KpOCII   I.V   JfRDICINR! —
Dr. MH^I*'1 i-i 'he foiindi* ot a new Medicfll
cyst em. The quantltRriniiKi whose vast internal doses entftttblfl the. stomach nnd pnralyz."
the bowels, must give precedence to ihe man
who restores health nnd nppethe, with from
one to two of bis extraordinary Pills, and
cures the most virulent sores wiih a box or so
ul his wonderful and ad healing Salve. Thcsr
two (Treat specific*! of the Doctors arc fast su-
persetlioff Hi' the stereotyped nostrums ot ihe
•lay. Bxtfuordinary cures by KI>tf?jtiel's Pills
and Silve bave opened tbe eyes of the public
to tin* inefficiency of ihe (so called) remedies
of others, and upon which people have so lonp
blindly depended. Mapplel's Pill'' arc nn ot
the Q-laes that are swallowed by the do/,vn, nnd
of wnlcll every box tull taken creates an lib-
nduto nece-sitV for Another.    One or two i f
Hiagglel e Pills in (Bees to place the bowels in
perfect order, tout' the stomach, create an appetite, and render tlie spirits litflit and buoyant!    Tliere is  no Rflplng, and no reaction in
the form of eonatlpatloo, If the liver la Directed, its fn notions are restored ; and if the
nervous sistem is feeble, it is invigorated.
Thi* last quality makes the medicines very
desirable tor the wants of delicate females.
Ill serous and eraptive disuses nro liieiiil'v
fxungui-'bed by tf.e di-iinlenant power el
Maggiel's fl t\vt.   In fi'ct, it is Iftre iriftnbneeil
tbat Mngirlol'M ni lous« Df«i»eptl<
and    Ulai'i ll"«    1*1.1«    cure   where   all
nilier-i   l";iil.    Wniiefor  Klirni, Scftldr,  OHil
blaiitP,   Cnti   and   all   abrn.siniis   of the   iktl
RtnVfflDl'ii lOlVts is In fail ble    Sold  0)
J. Mauoikl, 11 Pint* «irec\ N'«w Vork, nnd all
Drogftittt, at 'Iftdt per box.
OUTIIAOBS   AGAINST   THK   Jk.WS — Bll"
clmrest wns recently the eoeiie of the
most dlsgracelttl riots aod oturnttee. The
Legislature hiivuijj; passed Article 6 of the
Constitution, which frrnnted to the Jews
political ami civil rjffhta, a fanatical crowd
on that day fnvodeil the Ohnmbcr, ami
hy intimidation obtained the repeal of the
obnoxious article. N'ot satisfied with
this victory, the popnlaca threw itself
upon thc newly erected temple, a fine
building", which is quito an ornament to
thc city, pillaged it. and stripped it of nil
its contents. Tlie rioters then marched
to the synagogue, where the sacred scrolls
of the law were profaned, and everything
in it demolished. The tumult lusted the
whole night, during which the terrified
Jews had to remain in their houses iu
order to escape the violence of tlic fanatical mob. When tho authorities at last
interposed thc woik of desecration and
pillage had been uecompPsherl. The
Kussian consul was most activo in his
humane exertions lo protect those Jews
who claimed Russian nationality. Thc
other eonsu's suggested tu ^10 terror
stricken Jewish population officially to
claim tlieir protection ; but the hiniaue
offer has, from prudential considerations,
been declined.—Jewish Chronicle.
CATtRIAiE   PAINTIN.
IN'   ALL  ITS  IU1ANCI1ES,
Yates Street,
Between Deluge  Engine  House
and Ihe International Hotel.
Work   solicited,  and   done   on   the mosl
reasonable terms by
W. M. KKOHA.N
FCDTR.     SALE
TW O « R 0 V ER .t BAKER KF.WJXO
MAOHIKE3, for hciivy work; one
Siiiffer's Machine, No. 2, for line mid henvy
work.
All 1 ho pooilg ]iert.iininsr to thc business,
including cotton jrooils. lirkinp, pulu, nnd
other goods too numerous loo mention.
The nbovo will be sold for less thun cost
within 30 duys.
Terms—Cash or approved votcs.
—AJiSO-
The entire stork of Crockery, nardtrmc
Furniture, Fancy Goods, &c., on the same
term* as nbove.
All goods unsold after 00 days will bc sold
nt auction.
se lS-ltu J. W.   KEVSEH,
Xi'W  Adrcrtwements.
NEW   BUTCHER   8HOP.
Yorkshire    Baoon!     Wm. B. Townscnd
Ex Royal Tar,
1 lit by
i'KI.L k CO.,
Yale* ftrcrt.
i)i: :a t-j ini-oum tub PC8U0 that
SATURDAY   NEXT
RE-OFEnsriisrcs-
— Ill'   TIIK- -
Ilu will re open lbe
F ii p «• It a     Market,
EUREKA. CONCERT ROOM
ism:ii in : 7mi5::j!i:u or nts. gmtirs,
npms most iwvonm: an'd i'asiiiuv-
*■ ii'de place uf aiaux.iiiciit llnvtag bea
entirely rt-Be'-nrnted v-'ill re H|iBll This Kven-
l({ ai 9 o'clock. Mr. Ni'l liuud, the lain,ms
Banjo Plnycr will b" In nt'endsnee to nmusi
vi-itni-i wiii bis min |r»l .Sonjrf. AtUieJinr
th-' lii-iot in.,- Liquors and Havana Cigars
will be dispensed.
Open evL-rv Brening at D o'clock, admission
I;  r se-M
t Borborj  &  Hueff,
COMMISSION   MEUCHANTS,
Iiii|!nriijisuinl Wholesale Deal»"« in
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS,
Hoots a.ltd  Slioeis,
Wh.irf itreut, Victoria, V. I. oc 5
CRA'fcUSMlj.vr   BTJUUtr,
Adjuiuiug  ilie   Mashmc   Hlilui-,0,
W'li>-r«- be bope«,   bv  keepiu^  n  (rood urticle
and   liy  .tricl mention   li bu.iueii. lo
merit n -bare uf tbe public pulrunaye.
r.e 2,j-lm
Ayer's Pills
/.n Appeal   to  tbo  Citizens of
Vic'orii, VI.
rI*nK CONGPKGATIUS EMA.S'L'-EL OF
J Victoria, V. I., iu mcMtng ud<uiobI«d, this
dm . SiitmMuy. .Sept. *J2il, \%3$.
Resolved, Thnt the aid of our Follow Citi-
z-'isol ;ill Uenoiiiiiiiitioiis Uf i-oliriu-d through
Lite fulluwiug RtlUlorlMd mid duy appointed
Commtttto. And that puch Committee eu-
denvor, bf every ttMBI iu their jiovver, to
ralia fuaai whereiiy 1'iirL ol" ihe debt or wort-
gnxi: nn Uie Isruelitish Hjr&ftgegM mny bo
(.Miicelhil. KoovlQg the liberal views and
feoorutlt/ of the citizens of Victoria, the con-
gregntloa bus not the I ijrhtest doubt (making
due 'll'juntne for the duIttCfl of the season)
thai their fippeal will meet with thutre^pouiu
which the exigency of the ease requires.
A. JACUIKS, l'reiidenl.
L. ANTHONY, BMrotftnr*
If. M. COIIKV,     *
LBWIH LKWIrf,
U. HHIRP8BH,
J. W. KKVSFU.
se24 Couniiittee on Subscription.
Are jiartlciiliirly mlniitcd to
drraii^^niontsnf tbodi^'Btlva
/"- a|iparntii!it nml <JI-en«'i nri*-
V- in^ from impurity of tho
blood. A ItrRt* pnrt of all the
roiiijihilntfl tliat aflllct mini-
kilnl u|i^iii:iU' in tiiit".rth"Ht',
ami nntM^antj^f thcKo I'ilu
arc l'uuii-1 to cure many varieties OflUWJIBi
Ftiljoitierl arc tin- ptfttcmenu from some eminent pbysi*
citui, of tht-ir ffft-i'ts in their pnu-tiiv.
Ai A Famif.y Phyric.
From Dr. F.. W. VartttHght. of JfetO Orteant.
"Yonr l'n.i.B aro thu prince ofpitRtt* Their axrcllent
qualities suipafs any rat bin li'J #o potVH, Tliey are mild,
hut very certain nml effecWnl iu their ttctlnn on the IhuvcI*,
wbicli liiaktu tiiL-m iuvaluiUibf to \\> in the duily treatment
of o1miim.m
For JAt'NDici: and h.%1 Livr.it CoMri..HNTS.
From Dr. Theodore J*etl, of'lXtnjl Yurk City,
"Not only arc vour I'ills admirably mlnpt") to  their
purposn us an Aperient, but T   QllJ thoir lieuclicial vifecUt
Upon  tho Liver very nmrkeit UutewL   Tbey liave In my
piartice proved inure effectual tor the c nre nf hit tout com*
plttint* than any ono remedy I can mention.   I nincerely
rejoice that Wt  hnvti at lOUKtll a ptirgatlTd wliicli is worthy
the aonlideuce Of tlie proAtSMOQ and the poople.''
PttPHWfA — IXDIOKSTIOX.
From Dr. Henry J. Knox, of St. Louis.
"Tli" Hills yon wopt kind ebongb t<> send me have been
all used in my profll«, iuul have natinticd me that they are
truly au extni'M'rtimiry medlrlne. S«> pocullarly aro tbey
ntUpted tu tho lUNRMaaf tho hnnnm system.tbat tbey Mta
t,i work upm them aline. I have cureii some mm ofdyi*
peptta nml tn&tytthm. wilh them, which had minted tho
other reme'liep wo eininmnly iw. Indeed I bave experimentally fonttd them t-> be ei'f.vtunl in almoet all the com*
plaiuta for which von recommend them."
DYtsENTr.UY — PlAKHIirTA — Hklax.
From De. J. O. Green, nj'Ckiragv.
" Yonr PiLi.y have had a lODO trhil in my prartlce, and I
hold them in esti-ein as one of ihe beat aperients I have ever
found. Their ultenitiTi'ufTeet up^n the liver makes tbem
nn BSttUent reinetly. when L'ivcn In nmall dnWA, for biliout
thi nettle ry and ilitn'rhtrn. Tbeir .*ujrtir-conlfii(j mtiken tbem
virv acivptahlo aud cuiivoniout for thu use of women ami
children."
INTKIIN-AL OlISTUrCTIOX—WOKMS—SlTI'IltSSION.
From Mrs. X. Sluurl, who practitei tt» a 1'h'nician anil Midutfo
in J Soil on.
"I find one or twu larp; dpsa of your Tills, taken at tho
proper time, nre excellent promotives of the nuturul ttctt*
tion whan wholly nr purtWlymtppHMMOil, and also very ef-
foi tual ti) elennne the nomncll ami ox pel worms. They aro
m much the best phynlc we have that I recommend uo other
tu tny patienti."
CovRTirATioN* — Comrnrm*
From Dr. tf. I'.  Vaiitjhti, Montrenl, Canaila,
« Too much cannot be snid of your I'ili.s for thn cum of
BwfifWUUfc If ntliT.t of our traternity have found them
m eflloactotM ns 1 have, ibev ihoulU join me in proclaiming
it for the beni'fit of tha mnlHtndas who pulfer fr-mi that
ctnnptniut. whieh,'nllli'.ui;li b:id enooofa in Itself, i< tho pro-
reniior nf ethers that nre worm, t Mlovs aattietnets to
•riglnati In the liver, but your I'ilu affect tbat organ and
cnrn the disease*11
iMT'rniTtr.s nr Tim "Rloop — Pctiofvi.a — Euy-
UPBLAfl — Salt Uiiium — Tfttbii — Timous
—Ehbumatism—Godt —Kkdiulou,
From lh. fttsfeM 0**% Philadelphia.
"You were rfuht, Docb.r. in saying tlmt your Plus purify
the btotd.    'Ibev do that.    1 have |isi<l thetii of late years in
my practice, anil nj;reo witli vunr statements of their aflleaejr.
TJiry atlmulato tbo Mtcrsturles, and carw off the impurities
thnt' Hln^UHtu In the blood, eiitjeildenna dwaa*, They
stimulate fho orftani ot dlgoltloo, und Infuse vitality nnd
vigor intu tli-- s\*tem.
" Surh r.'ihHilk* as you prepare nre a national benefit, and
ymi des»rve preM creiiit fur tln-tn."
Fon HiADAOini—Sick H«a»ach»-Fwii Btox-
ACH—PtI.CI—DkuI'SV—l'LKTllOHA—PaKALYMI
—Pn»—fto.
From Dr. Ftlwnrd Bowl, Baddmort.
" DiAn Pr. Armi l eannotansweryoo what complaints
lb*\ocured with yoor ^iuj better than lusa.v all that im
ever treat i (th d purgutirt mtditine. I plne» peat dejwnd*
enco on nn efflrtual "atltartlO in my daily mutest with dis-
fase.and bsllsring si l ito that ynur Pntl alfonl us the l>cst
wc have,. ofwores value tbem inthiy."
s\X*w Most of Ibe I'ills in market contain Mercury, whlrh,
although a valuable remedy in skilful bands, b dangerous
In a public, pill, from tho dreadful COOSSquSBMS that fre-
quintly Wlow Its ineautious \\ttt Theso ojutaiu uo mercury or mineral subatanco whatever.
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
Has long been mannfcetured by a practical chemist, and
every ounce of It under h(s «tm rye. with invariable accuracy and cure. It is sealed and protected by law fiom coou-
terfeits, and consequently can be relieit on as genuine,
without adultfratinn. It supplies tlm surest remedy tbe
world lias ever known for tho euro of all imlmonnry complaints ; for COCOAS, Ou>s, HOABaKSKS, AfcTHJ'A, CROUP,
WuoopiNO Col'oii, Ilr.o.veiiiTis, iMinrxT Conbumi>tios, and
f,ir the relief of consumptive patients in advanced stspes of
the disease. As time makes these facts wider and better
known, this medicine has prmhinlly become the bent reliance of the afflicted, from iho log cabin of the American
peasant to tbo palaces of Kuropean kines. Throughout
this entire country, in every state and city, ami indeed almost ©very hamlet it contains, Curnr.T I'rCToniL ii known
aa the beat of all remedies for diseases of tho throat and
lungs. In many foivign countries it is extensively used by
their most intelligent physicians. If there is auy dependence on what men of every station certify it has done for
them; if ttt can trust our own tenses when wc see the dangerous affections of the lungs yield to it: ir weean depend
on the assuranco of intelligent physicians, whose business
Is to know: in short, if there is any rellanco upon any
thing, then is it irrefutably proven that this medicine does
cure the class of diseases it is designed for, beyond any and
nil other remedies known to mankind. Nothing but ita intrinsic virtues, and tbo unmistakablo benefit conferred on
thousands of sufferers, cnuU originate and maintain the
reputation tt enjoys. While many inferior remedies have
been thrust upon (ho community, have failed, aud been
discarded, this has gained friends by every trial, conferred
bouofita on tho afflicted they can never forget, and produced
cures too numerous and lomarkablo to be forgotten.
Prepared by Dr. J. C. AYEB,
PrvACTICAL AND ANALYTICAL CHEMIST,
ft        LOWELL,   X.6ZAa.Bf3.
AXD SOLD BT
MOOBE 8* Co.j Victoria,
ANL) ALL DRUGGISTS
H-18
NOUVEAUTES
DE   L'.U XOMXK   BI  D'HIVER.
J. II. TURNER ET CIE.,
Out HioDiieur d'informer leuru
amies ut lo public quil viennes de
ruoevoir un wwortiment de Xouve-
uutes de .Modes del Muilleurs Mais-
ons de Paris.
MAISON DE LON'DRKS.
Septembro, 186(1. «e23
mEls/EOVA-X,.
W.  HEATHORN
BUGS  LEAVE  TO  INFORM   HIS
trier.Jn  itutl  the  public   thai  he  hui
rt'iuuvi d his
Boot and Shoe Store
To GorKiiNMKST ITRKIT, two dnors from the
11 Culootst nnd Clironii Ic " Office, wheic he
will continue his Boot Mulling business.
BOOTS AND SHOES MADE TO ORDER
Of thn best mnterinls nml workmanship.
N.B.—Repairing ilone at shortest notice.
ew  Goods
EX   "ROYAL   TAR.'
THOS. WILSON & CO,,
Invito attention to their
New Stork of WINTER
ti OOIM just arrived by
Koyal    Tar    from   London,
consisting or
I'LANXELS—Wrt sn—Twilled Saxony
1'luin uml Kiiucy Colors
DITTO — Canton — White   and   Uo-
lilciiclud
BLANKETS—All sizes
BALMORAL SKIRTS
LRKNCII MERIX08—In oil colorg
Koyles' Prints, Horrocks;s' Long Cloths,
Linen and Cotton Tcks, Sheetings,
Quilts, Drugget Squa es, Green Baize,
Hollands, American Leather Cloth,
-AXD-
A General Awnrtmcnt of Goods suitable for
■the Autumn and Winter.
Tho-.   Wilson &  Co.,
MASONIC BUILDING,
GOVKKNlMCftT   STREET
se 20
Cow For Sale
4   ru\V (AND CALF SIX WEEK« OU>\
l\  warranled perfccllv gentle.     Price $55.
Also, a voun; tHeer.
Appl.r I"
SC20 '   G. XIAS, Jimei Biy.

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