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VOL. I.
THE
"EVENING TELEGRAPH,"
I'lllLIsiitli
'Jverv   Eveniag at  4   O'Clock,
(Saturday and Sunday evenings excepted.)
ALSO RVKKY
SUNDAY    MORNING !
VICTORIA,   VANCOUVER   ISLAND,   SUNDAY   MORNING,   OCTOBER  21.   1866
L Jit'
TKIIMS  OF   MUM KII'IIIIN  ,
«r Annnir, In advsncR, bjr mail, flO 00
ICaa »ia months    0 1S1
it w ok, iiayabl. to lirrler        ih
tj i.gt.u>| l..,        10
For terms of Advertisement apply at the
Offlce, Ian ley Street
New Ailver.iseifients.
SAN   FRANCISCO
OYSTER  SAL"
i
Government   street,
Between 0-iis Keyser's and W.  Wilson's
THR UNDERSIGNED, 1NT VIEW OF TIIE
u Good tlm s" folks snid were coming,
bas OPENED the iiliov premises, nnd intends
to OPEN THE 11ESI' OYSTEUS tbe market
furuishi'S.    T ey will be
tt o ft a le <i
lrit il
Ntcwcd
In or Out of the Shell
tfir Open at all hours.
se 23-1 ra J   B. BUELL
The "Grotto,"
OPPOSITE TUE TELEGRAPH OFFICE.
For a glass  of choice  liquor go  to tlio
"Orotio,"
Tliere  " noni but tub best '' yon   will
find is tbe iiiui.tii.
Mint Julep?, Sherry CobWers—everything
cooling ;
Come ye thut do thirst, you will find its
no fooling.
ocl
NEW   WESTMINSTER
GAME   DEPOT,
YATES   ST.,
Next door to  tiie corner of Government,
opposite Zolner'i Drug Sinn'.
THE SUBSCRIBER HAVING MADE AR-
rangem-nts to receive Iro'ii different
parties the produ e of the Island and country
will be prepared to lurnish
Game,
Fish,
Fruits.
Poultry,
Eggs   and    Vegetables,
Each  and  all in their season, at the lowest
prices.
JAMBS   ALLEU.
ocl lm
HAVANA CIGARS.
LEWIK &  ANTHONY,
TO BACCONIST3,
47 Tates St., Brick Store
Next to Corner of Government St.,
BEG TO INFORM THEIR FRIENDS AND
L e pnhtic -in getirrul lb At tliey will con
Btttiuly receive by every steamer a good as
sortmentot Genuine aviimi i i".nrs
an<| tbe lied llr.inils uf I'ob.iciro,
imported direct for this market, so that tbey
are able to ;omnete with any hr use on this
Island, either Wholesale or Retail.
N.  B—Special   attention will  be paid to
<jountrv  orders.
HE1MAN   LEWIN.     |     LOUIS ANTHONY',
oc 2
LIST OF ARRIVALS
At ths Mount Ararat Hotel during tbe months
of iluue. July, and August, 18G6.
June—nis Eicellencv Governor Kennedy, Mr
William A G Yuuog, Mr. Beuj W
Pearse.
Jaly—Messrs Jas Wilcox, F Dtipray, Jas Reed
Mac.i lam. .lnim Da.-id. l/oais Philoot.
F W AT-.voml, .1 R Ford, E 3 Hitch, Sir
Jas D .Ujj.as, D Eraser, K S WhiUing-
kam.
Angnst—H E Seelye, W E Stronach, J
Rober'aon Stewart, Thos Lut SUl-
sclim'ul , Robt Burnaby ; John Nicho -
son, M M Titus, F W Green, Benj W
Peaf9«, Acting S trreyor General, R
Hotnfray, H 0 Tiederaann ; James Mc-
Cutchan ; Wm D nny, Wm Wilson,
Joseph Hilton, R D a id J; Kenneth Mc-
Keniie, Jr, Wm B McKeuzie, David B
Blair, Uhaa Rcdfern, Chil Kant.
Hill
NO. 95.
New   Advertisements.
LINCOLN   HOUSE!
Cor- Washington ani Front sts,
PORTLAND, OREGON.
IV. €. MA1TIIIE*SE.\,
Of  the  St.   Nicholas   Hotel,   Victoria,
HAVING TAKEN THE ABOVE HOUSE,
wishes to announce lo tie public tliat be
is n ,w piepared to accomodate guests in a
a.tisfactor.v mnnn r. No hlug will ba left undone, which is in the power of tba proprietor
to do. to render gu. III ■■ importable
Portland. Au/just 24tb, l«tj(i oc 14
NEW  BUTCHER  SHOP.
Wai. B. Townsend
THII
EVENING TELEGRAPH
hi
Mi icell&neons.
B
E'iS TO   INFORM THE PUBLIC THAT
ou
SATURDAY   NEXT
lie will re open tbo
E u. i' e It si     >1 a i' k e t,
GOVERNMENT    STREET,
Adjoining  tho   Masonic   Buildino,
Where be liope-i,   by  keeping  n  good art cle
ami  by  itrloi   Attention  t> basloeM, to
merit a share of the public |.utr.iiiage.
se 16-lm
I'llE UHEAT   REMEDY   OF   THE
AGE.
HOLLOWAY'S OINTMENT.
The   effect   of   the   Ointment   on    the
System
To the very co-e and cen're of nil die ftf-es
which affect the human hoily, thin ri*m*rklblfl
preparation penetrates, h disappears ucder
the friction of the hands, us salt disappears
wheu rubbed u^on im-nt. Tht unguent per-
lor.n^ its healing errand rapidly, antVly, nad
without pair.. simple erupiions. open lOrei
h>ird tumura, ?cro!uioiH iievelupnii'nis ot all
kinds, aticesses, cancers, old wounes. and, in
lact, every speci s of infi imnmtiou and suppuration whether iu tL'e skin, the lie-ai the
ghindi*, or among the muscles, can be fcfretteb
in iii destructive course, nud p'Tmauen'ly
curei without danger by rubbing in this inestimable i 'i ni in- in.
II ad    I*'"**,   Uud   flreauti,    Sores,   and
Ulcei».
In ninny Hospitals in Kurope this celebrated
remedy If HOW used for the cure of old woundf,
sori'S, and ulcers ; in Spain and Portugal, and
in many parts of Italy, the tirsl Physicians r«-
regutarly prescribe its use. It is a aovceigr
ri-medy for b.uj btVfttlf and bud Icjja; aud likewise for nil ilfUi (list-uses, il is lo be tound in
the chest of nearly evyry sailor, soldier, Rue
emigrant.
iiii|niii!rii< iiN   of   Youth;—Noreb   an<l
Ij Ice im.
The above dam o*' complaints is sureiy re
ooved by nightly fomenting rhe parts witl
f rni waier, and then by most effectually rub
olng in th'll Ointtaeof. Persons Itiffoi ing hoit
these direful ronipUinlfl should lose nol a mo
merit in arresting their progress. It should tu
u» d'-rstood that it is nol fflflfotunt merely lu
miicar the Ointment on the BffNHed par's, bui
a must be well rubbed in for some considerable
lime tw or three limes a day, tbat it may be
taktfl into lbe system, whence it will remov
onlv hidden gore or wou id ub effectual If «.
though it were palpnbh> to tin- eye. Ureud and
waier poultices, alter the rubbing in ol th
Ointment, wi:l do great service. This is th.
jnly proper treatment for f"maleB in ca-es ci
cancer iti the ItOtOtcb, or foi those who sulli;
Irom a general bearing do.. n.
I'lir-.,  Fistula*, StrlrtureM.
Blotches, analso swellings, can wiih fertaintj
be radically cured if the Oiniment be usef
freely, and (he Pills be laken uighl and morning as recorn mended in ilu1 prin ted instrunnuns
When treated in auy otherway these complaint,
jnly dry up in one place to break out in un-
nher ; whereas this Ointment will remove th'
*iuinor from the syRtem. and leave the paiien
l vigorous and healthy being. Il will requir.
,itue, aided by she use uf tne Pills, to ensure
asting cure
Dl|>thcrta,   Bronchitis,   Soie   ThroatR,
Any of the above class of diseases may be
•ured by well ruhbing the Ointment three
„inies a day upon ihe skin covering tlie throat,
chest, and neck nt the patient. The unguent
will soon penetrate the pores and give immediate relie'. To allay the (ever and lessen tha
Uflamution, eight or ten Pills should be takes
night aud m-'rung. The Ointment will pio-
duce peTsp:ratiun, which is so essential for
removing fevers, sore throats and those oppressions of the chest which arise from
Asth : a, Bronchitis, and othei  causes.
Both  the  Ointment nnrl  PI1U   ithoula
be   used   tn   the   following   Cases t
;in<l lesfB
It nl lit riHl
IVi'tl*
ifWieM
l»ii« nl \|nfcti t r*t
nnd Siiti'l-Fliei
nco'iAy
U'.exi, -ft nit
:hl!bUtnii
bapi>ed Hands
Ooihr (0-ins) Rh'-nnmiinn
C*nc*rs |l. csi't-
Stii .ii)int-* m nThtotat
.tepli'iatuiiH Skin .li-i-.i-
'l-luU* >cuivy
(1   lit "MM*   ll'Mids
Inn hilar    Swell- lamnrs
liii^i lTlcert
mi):ign. w.iiindi
Piles Vsw*
Sold st V'« KstiSIWhmPni of Profisbih Hoit.owa
^44, Strsnd, 'near Tempi' Bai), Lcmd-ai ; aleo by a
respectable Drupelets md PealerK in Meilfcinvs ihroiip'i
«ut tt<e civilised world, at the M\ -winj- pi ice* la. 1V:
3. Sd. is (Jd., lis., 22., and 33s., eaca Pot.
*»* Tlisre s a cooilderablo saving by taking tbe !ar^ti
Ilea.
N B.— Direatlana frtr theguldaucs ot Pittfeoti fn avn
dlimder art amied to ttth Pot.
GENERAL
Job   Printin?
c
ESTAHi>]Niiiu:vr
Langley Street, Victoria.
The   Printing    Offic
OF  THK
EVENING
TELE6RAPE
Office is replete with every appliance
and variety of material for tlie
Execution of
LETTER PRESS   PRINTING
In all its branches, whether
Plain or Ornamental
fan:   orriM:  AIMS at -"•■i.-;: t-
aucL   Bpei'dy   Kxecuuon of orden hi-   [fl
roiiMsti'iit   with   correct uud   tli-yini Wuii.
inanslilp.
Orders received for Printing
Hooks,
BusiuesB Cards,
Pamphlets
Invoices,.
Catalogues
Bill lleuds,
Sermons,
Trade Forms,
Reports
Circulars, (t'Uin
Rentald,
Coloured,)
Leases,
Hand   Hills. (Plain oi
Law Forms of e?er/        Coloured,}
description,
For Prioo«,   apply   at the   Office
Langley street,
General News Agent
J. Stratniau.
EMPIRE NEWS DEPOT
Cor. Washington & Sansome st."-
tSan Francinci).
rpHE ADV RTIsBR is prepared to supptj
J. wiih punrlualityand celerity theannexrd
newspapers and periodicals upon the following
terms All orders, to receive immediate attention, must be accompunied by cash remitiaiici,
and handed in previous to the 4th, 14th, and
24th ol each month.
LunJcju Daily Tlitum J14 0"
•i      Tlie Field  H OO
V      HKi.trat^d Times..  ..   Tim
"       WeeklvTime.        7 00
«      Beilv Life in London noo
•       Weekli l)i.|i»lcl. 140C
«      III. Newtofti.e Wo,Id 1400
••       Public Opinion  7 50
'      Index {Free 1 rude) II 00
«      III.  S|«irting News  8 00
il       SpeoLt'-r  1100
"       Ke-ii'w   HOU
»       Salllrd.y Kevl-W  14 00
Dnlili" Nmi"D I-'"1
I.011I,. i IMll'-tiated New. 14 00
AIIiii."o Mnnllil  3 0ii
Blnrk»'jed'-MHg.Jine ..3 HO
Barp.pl> H»iftsfiK 3 00
Sixi'enni   Mimizine     3 0H
Kolelwmelter 3i»
Paetfi* V ml' ly '•" .1 Oi.
Oodej'.UdlwBooS..,    ..'. 3 no
Mn.i'Ml Ho.t 30O
r^iiliiieiilal Mapiaine  SOO
Mmlmi. nBrnOWet'.    ot'll'K nno
F. I^the'. new Kanilli Maeuxine  .100
Chan»beri' F^Hnbiirirh   nllrnal 4 00
Moiilbly   |ia|tem, nncet   Week ft 00
•' "        All tbe Yenr Round SOO
Tbnckerav'sCornliillMaaeiine fiOC
I,..ivli'ii  Lmieel 6 00
3. A   Sain'. Temple Bur fl Of.
Louden Society   IfagailBS Sod
Si. J.Miie. Mairfliine li 00
K-inl'iii'iili Review 10 Of'
London   Keview 10 00
Noith BritUli lleview 10 00
^•elniiu.ler Renew 10 00
london An Jrjirpal e. UOfl
Vinintt  Sm.rtinj lite 1000
MuiuelUtieoiu
An Appeal   to   the  Citizens of
Vic'orii, V I.
'I TIF.    CONfJRKOATION    KVANL-EL   OF
I   Viclorii, V. I., in ii ling .i.-seiubled, this
■ i u v, Batardaj. Sept. lid,
Iles'nlieii, 'Ihnt the aid of our Fellow  l.'iti- '
11 .Iciiotiiiiiiitiiiii.s lie -olioited through .
the following authorized and du y  appoloted
('iiiiiniiiti'e.    An-l   that   such Committee en- '
dtatiir. bl every m".'n!i in   their   power,   to I
rlli^e fuDOJ mbaratry part ofthe debt or mort-!
gnjje   on   the   l>"..e!itisli   Ryaagogflt may be '
cancelled.    Knowing   the   liberal   views nnd
generosity ofthe citizens of Victoria, ihe con-:
gregatlon has no' the s libtest doubt (making
due nlluwance lor the dull  ess of the   season) I
that thei   appeal wilt meet with that te jiu'i c
which Iiu: exigency of I lie case requires.
A. JACOB.-, President.
L. A.NTliUN'y, secretary.
II   M. CO'IEST.
LEWI- LEWIS.
D. i-HISPSBR.
J   W. KEV-F.K,
se24 Comnii'tee on .Subscription.
Dissolution   of PartnersaJj
NOTICE.
AYER'S
CHERRY
PECTORAL,
FOR THB RAPID CUKB OF
Colds Coughs,  and
Hoarse iic'nm.
BrimfielI), Hiaiq 201!) Vvc, 1855.
Dr. J. 0. Ater: I <lo nut h<»itatu tomy
tbt bail liiiifly 1 h.ivf .'vci I'l-iiml fur
Cutmlm. ffOiflilHW, InllntMi/ji, ami tlie
concomitant symptoms of a Oold, i8 your
CheiuiT PlOTWAl. lis coiwtanl DMlB
my practice and my family for the last
tell  V'ltn ll.li HhliWIl   it   to [)OSW!SH -ll|K'-_
rior rirtiit'S for the treatment of these
complaints.     KIIKN KMUIIT, M.D.
A. B. M-HtTLKY, Kug..of Utica.N.Y.,writes: "Iha«
o«eil your PutOMI inyni'tf and in my family erer linct
yon invfiited it, and lieliere it the hettl medicinu for iti
purpose ever put out. With n bad Cold I should soonet
DM twiiity-ftve dollars tot a bottlo than do without it, oi
take any other remedy."
Croup, Whooping Cough, Influenza.
BPllHOntU), Miss., fab. 7, TH56.
Bitf>THHR Ater: I will rbe-rfully rertifyyour PnffOUt
hi the bttri nfaieay wa \m I tor the cure of Wlio-ping
Ct'itoh.*C'"itp. tnd tba cneil rtjiawea ..f cblldno. Wm of
your fraternity in the South appreciatu your ■kill, md
commend your nudldna to our pMplt,
1MHAM 00NKUN, M.D.
AMOS LEK, Esq., MoNtrRET. I a., writes. N .Inn., 1866:
"I had a tedious InfliiHii/u, Watch COoJBdm BU in dottra
■ix weeks; t<x>k many UMidnfl Without relief; fnintly
triad »oqi Piotoui by tba adrica of onr otngjiiuui
The first dowi relievetl tlie hoi>-ii>-h* In my tlmxit and
lungs; hfiB than one half the bottla Utada na completely
well. Stmt mi'ditHneH are the eboapaat Biwall iw tluibeat
we can buy, and wo tmteeni you, Doctor, aud your rem*
dies, as tba pOOT man's frieu i."
Asthma or Phthisic, and Rronchitie.
\\'\t*T Ma\  Hi.'TKR. IV, Feb. 4. ISM.
Bnt: VonrOnrnnv PMTOtAl is paribrmlog marvdloua
onm hi fb.it Mctloo.   lt iia^ raUavvd Hvarai thun alnrm*
Ing mnptom of consniuptiin, and ii DOW curing a mnu
wbo naa Iftborad under an affection of ihe langa forth*
lail forty years. IIKNRY L. PAUK8, MuMiiin:.
A. A. RAMSBYi M.D.. Ai.ri^m. Moxroe Co., Iowa,
writei. B#pt B, tu&i ■■ Daring tnypractloe of many yean
I have fimnd nothing eijuai to ytmrOotaai PaototAi br
glrlngaaaaand rallaf to Lyuhumptive paticnu, or cuting
null a« arecnritlile."
We miglit add volumes of evidence, but the most cote
Ttndng proof of the virtues of tills remedy is found In Ita
tW'f'.rt ujKiu trial.
Consumption.
Probably no ona rami ly bu arar i^een known which
cured so m.my and 8ti:ii dttnjpMT'Us oaaai as this.    Some
no hum it n aid can reach: but even to those the Cherry
Pictoral affordl relief and comfort.
Ahtor 11 H -k. NX* York Cm, March 5. l^M
Dottor Aviu  Lownt: 1 feel it a duty and a ph-Hsura
tn Inform yon what yonr Oantni Pionmu has donafbr
jiy wife. Biie had bean live monthi laboring nndar ihe
dangarooa symptom! of Cowtunptlonj froto wmcb no aid
we oonld priK'un nvt bar Dittcb relief. Bba waa rteadOy
failine. until Dr, Btrong. ofthhclty, whara wabai
for advire, reioiiiui'-liiled   n   tri»! of \ m,r i It- iti.-      U e
bli-- Ins kii<'iN< --. nt «■ ■ -I ' '. 'in -kill, inr ilu   i •- !■"■"?•
eie.l iMini Unit dny.    ."-In- is not fal M toUU    M
to bu, but |l Im'k from hei OOOfh, and calls herwdl w-11.
Yours with mtitodr and regard,
ORLANDO IKIlBY, nr Inutmut.
Ommmptiret, do nut ibspsir till fO\\ hnvi- triad  ATtt*!
CiiEiinr di i'.i'ii..   It linnda by onaofthi  boat
ehanlati In tbi ■ rid, in   ■•  i •" - Ul m. md u baapanb
the hijjh uiruUoflU \Ultfa.~*- /'i.uitd. ■'}■■■■• I-
Ayer's Cathartic Pills,
alllK i'liiires of I'lieiu s:r>  nnd   M.-,hrii,e   luu"  l«Nir.
taind Ih^lr utnnwt ti pMhM  thb (
pur)[a(lv« nliiih ii kn<>u n to  man.    Itniuni' i-l ;
are ahowti that titttt \'u.i* htXtt mi tun wblofa -ur] m in
ttoaUanoa tbe ordinary uadli ne t. and that tbey Ma hd-
pn ii'iiti-diy 'i|i"ii the eetoan of all nan.  Tb* y are safe
and pleasant to take, but  powerful tn cure.    Tie
tratiiiK pnipaitlei sttmulate tbe vital aetMtlM of tba body,
remove the QbetftKtbnu ot iis organa, pnrify the bkarf,
nnd exjad disease. They purire out tli-ton I buoiora «l h
hrt*r*tl and prow distem|H-r. «tiiiiiilate llu^lab or disordered oiffans Into their nut urat iKlimi. and Imparl bealtby
tone with MnngUi to the wboh lyHan,    Y>t only do
they cure th« every-^lay coniplaiiifi of erery body, hut
aim fomiidable and dancerons diseiwes that have baffled
the best of human skill. While Ibty produce powarM
effects, they are at the same tipiai iu diminished doaai, the
safest and best phycic that can be employed for children.
Being sugar-coated, they are pleasant to take; and l">iiiK
purely vegetable, are free from any riik of harm. Cures
have l»e*u made which surpass belief were they not substantiated by men of such exalted position and character
aa to furbid thc suspicion of untruth. Many eminent
clergymen and physicians have lent their names to certify to the public the reliability of my remedlea, while others have sent me the assurance of their convict Ion that
my Preparations contribute imm«melj to the relief of my
afflicted. RiflVrinfi fellow-men.
The Agent Mow named i- pleased to furnish gratis my
Ameriran Almanac, containing directions for their use and
rertiflcates of their cures, of the following Complaints: —
Costiveness, Bilious Complaints. lUiemnatism, Dnwy,
Heartburn, Headache aritiing from n f.rj Btomach. >;n.-
■ou. Indigestion, Morbid Inaction ofthe Bowell and Pain
nrWtUJ Werefrom. Flatulency. Losa of AntOtltOi all Ulcerous and Cntatieotn DIsmiih which fnpun an encnairt
Medicine. Scrofula or Kimr's Kvil. They uNo, by purify*
Ing the Mood and stimulating the system, cure niiiiiy
complaint* whieh it wonld nol be rappoeea they could
reach, such us Deafn ss. Partial Htindiicss, Netimlgia and
Nervous Iiritability, l^erangementa ofthe Uw and Kidneys, (tout, and other kindred complaint* arising from a
low state of the body or otMtructfou ol its functions.
Do not lie put off by unprincipled dealers with some
other pill they make more profit ou.    A*k for Avi.r'3
Pills, and take nothing else.   No other they can give   i
you compares with (his in its intrinsic value or curative   ;
powers.   The sick want the best aid there is for them,   j
and they should have it.
Prepared by Dr. J. «;. AVER,
Practical and Analytical Chemiat, Lowell, Mas a
*■«* 30 Cts. per hoz.   tttt Boms por $1.
MCORE &. Co., Victoria,
AXD ALL DEUGG1SIS.
M-II
'! HE PAKTNKIlSHIP HERRTOFOI: i
i i.iiuu'lii't^c-u riioi:i;i- Najiitir 11.
ami J.iiiii.. Ctriwitl under the u»mo hi
'il'Hilibi'n 4 i.'ur^ivell, has beeu this da
soli i'ii by mutual cuuae .t.
Tbe onilnen will iu future be carrLi
by Mr. T. N   Blbbra   who wll  pay   ai d
win ull money ilue to  or owinf; by the lata
linn
Dated tbis 13th day of September 1666.
THOMAS NAPIER. IIIBI1EN,
JAMhS  CARSWELL.
Witness  to the  signature of Tbouiai Xapin:
bibbto,
GtoHoi:  Pkarkes,
Solicitor, Victoria, V. I.
Witness to the Si cum ure of James Cmrsweli,
KijBMIT lllSHOP,
Solici'or, Victoria, V. I.
»e 13-lm
i     LARGE   ASSORTMENT   OF   ROUGH
.V    and dresneil for tale clicup,
J   ROliEl'.TSO.V STEWART.
Victoria, V. I., 20 b AugUEt, I860. se 2J
Relief  for   the   Afflicted.
THE INTRODUCTION OF
Perry     Davis*
Vegetable Paiu Killer
To tlie Suffering  Iliimnni'y of this Ag»
hits relieved more pain, uml earned more
inil joy ii,i.n any oilier ono llnug tbal cau
be named.
II  IS  AN'
Invaluable   Remedy.
Onr first Physicians   use il,  and  recommei
its   use |   the   Apothecary finds   it   Cr«t
aiii'ing the medicines called for, nud
the wholesale Druggist consider*
it  a leading article of hit
trade.     All the dealers
in medicine spi-ik
alike in iis fa-
viii; ni.d its
reputation its a mr!icina of great
merit and vinno is fully uul |,ermi-
neutly   ettablltbtd,  and  il is  tLe grtal
Family Medicire   of  the Age-
Every Volunteer shnuld have a botile.Ia mm
of sudden attacks of Diseast.
Tuki'ii Internally, curei
Smlilen Culils, Congbs, &c,
VVi'nk Slum icli,
General Daiiilftjr,
Nnriing Sure Month, Cuaker,
Liver C mplaint,
Dyipepaia nr Lndijeitton,
Crump and pain iti ilie Utouinoh,
Rowel Complaint,
Painters' Onlic,
Asiatic Cholera,
l)iaihu;a and Dysentery.
Taken externally etirca
i
Felons, Ilnils, nml Old Sores,
Severe Burn.', und Scalds,
Cuts, Braises und Sprains,
Sweliiinr of I lie Jninls,
Ringworm and Teller,
Broken Breasts,
Frosted Feet and Cliilblaius,
Toothache,
I'uin in the Pace,
Neuralgia aud Rheumatism.
IP-A-IIST   EILLEB,
Taken internally, sliould   be   adulterated
wiih  milk  or water, and sweetened with
.-ii^nr, il desired, or made   into  a   syrup
wiih   niulii-si's.    l'or  a   COCGH   and
lipn chilis, a few drops on tupiir,  eaten,
will lie mine effectiv- than unytliing ehe.
| For SOKE THROAT, Kargle Ihe tliroak
j with a mixture of Pain Killer and waier,
i nnd the relief is immediate and cure jiosi-
! live.
{&• It slionld   not  he forgotten that
j tbe   Pain   Killer   ia   equally as i:ood to
| lake   internally   as   lo   use   externally,
i Each bottle is wrapped with    ull   directions for its use.
j Prices 25 cents, 50 cents k $1 per bottle. <£& tiring   (j^tltgraplj.
SUNDAY   EDIXIOlsr.
Sl'MlAY   HORNING,   OCT.   21,  18CC.
I'opulur Agitation  In   England.
Tin great event in Englind, according
to tbe recent papers, has been the minister
meeting ut Birmingham of working men
from ull parts, to do honor to Mr. Bright.
It is computed that hut little short of
300,000 persons were present. Mr.
Bright has become the hero of the day,
and the immense influence he is now
wielding with the masses, is making its
effects felt among tbe higher classes, and
even in the columns of his great adversary the London Timet, wliicli has become suddenly courteous to an eminent degree, to this great "political demagogue."
Iu one of Mr. Uright's speeches in Birmingham, the political condition of the
British people was ably reviewed and
their status contrasted with that of thc
people of other civilized countries. Alluding to the anti-Reform policy he says,
"What is this Derby principle ? It is the
shutting out of more than three-fourths,
five-sixths, and even moro thuu five-sixths
of the people from the exercise of constitutional rights. If one of you tuke a ship
and go to Canada he will find the Derby
principle utterly repudiated ; but in
Canada there is no uprooting of institutions, no destruction of property, nnd no
absence of order nud loyalty. If yon go
to Australia you will find there that this
Derby principle is unknown, yat there
reigns order as it is in this country ; contentment wiih the institutions of the
colonies, and regard for law and for property. If you g» to those great and
glorious colonies of this couutry in the
United States of America, there you will
find tho people exhibiting nil the virtues
which belong to the greutest nations on
tbe face of the earth ; there you will find
& people passing through a tremendous
war, a tremendoas revolution, with a
conduct, with a success, with u generosity
and with a magnanimity which have
roused und attracted the admiration of
the world. As you come to Europe, you
will find in tho republic of Swilzerlacd.
iu the kingdom of Holland, in Belgium,
in Norway, in Sweden, in Prance, and
now you are about to witness in Germany
also a wide-spread exercise of the franchise hitherto in our timo unknown in
this country—and neither Emperor, nor
King, nor noble, believes that bis authority,
his interest, his greatness, or the happiness of any one of his countrymen will be
jeopardized by Uio free admission of tbe
poople to their constitutional privileges.
In Germany a vote is to he given to
every man of twenty-five years of ago
aud upward, so tbat if we were to
propose a measure that wonld give a vote
to every man of twenty five years of age
and upward in this country, we should'
not be in advance of the great country of
Northern Germany, which is now being
established. What is it that we tire come
to in this country 1 That whut is being
rapidly conceded in all parts of the
world is being persistently and obstinately refused here in England—the homo of
freedom, the mother of Parliaments ?"
The Liverpool Timet declares that (he
Trades' Unions are forming a gigantic
combination for compelling the Government to grant the most unrestricted suffrage.   Tbo day is gone by, it says, when
aueh a Reform Bill  as  that which was
recently  defeated will  bo  acceptable  to
the masses.   Nothing,  now, it  declares
will satisfy  the indignant populace, but
manhood suffrage and  vote  by   ballot ;
and it believes the Government will  be
compelled, through  the great power of
the  new combinations, to  succumb.   It
also, like tho majority of English journals,
alludes to the recent political progress in
the various countries in Europe ; and in
doing so it expresses the same sentiments
in  almost the  same language which  we
adopted in a recent editorial that brought
out the spurious "loyalty,'' of our morning
contemporary. "Everywhere,1' it says, tbe
*• position of the people has been bettered
and their voice in  the formation of the
laws   which   govern    them    has     been
acknowledged.    And whut have we been
doing   in   England   while   these  grand
historic: scenes have been passing under
our eyes ?    Simply squabbling about the
reduction of a pound or two in tbe rental
of a house to confer a vote ; and, while
universal  suffrage elsewhere  is general,
betraying towards the great mass of  our
fellow conntrymeu an attitude of dislike
aud suspicion, as if they were aliens  aud
intruders in their native land.''
The Londou Times foreshadowing tbe
great and coming change in the political
coudition of the people is opening iis
columns to tbe masses ; and carpenters
and others are now speaking through its
columns iu language tbat would not have
been tolerated for a moment by the
Thunderer twelve short months ago.
One of these correspondents lays down
the following hold but feasible programme. " There are two courses," he says,
" open to us, the first of which may he
effective—the other cuiuot fail. The
lirst is to proclaim manhood suffrage and
the ballot, and to rtfuse auy other
platform; to hold mass meetings on Saturday afternoons and on winters' nights,
sometimes in-doors and sometimes outside, ench bringing Iii* own light, and to
present monster petilions to Queen and
I'arliument. The second course would
be to plau a three or four years' campaign, and to work zealously bnt quietly,
by means of safe meu iu every organisation of which workiug men form a part:
thus without starting any new society, or
altering a eingle rule cf the existing ones,
we can so leaven the whole lump as to be
prepared at any time with the most extensive and efficient organisation without
commanding, but which, I admit, might
be rather dangerous, for an accident
might change it from being a suppliuul
to a master, which God forbid ; or we
could fill tho Town.councils with our
delegates, and thus have a legal standpoint from which we could levy taxes and
expend tbem, und tuke churgo of the
police-force." When such a scheme as
this can be put forward in correspoudenco
to the London Timet, it shows more
powerfully than words can oxpresd the
rapidly increasing influence of tho artisan
population, and foreshadows a great
and wo believe immediate popular victory.
New Advertisements.
THE   MAIL   STEAMER
ACTIVE,
JOSEPH   WILLIAMS,  Commander,
WILL   SAIL   FOB
SAN FRANCISCO DIRECT,
From Rrodrick's Wharf, on
Tuesday,     October    23d,
At 4 p. m.
For freight, or passage, apply on board or to
CHAS. W. WALLACE, Agent,
oc 21
Wbarf struct.
New Advertisements
New Advertisements.
NOTICE
AsslB'nm*'nt   Deed.
Date of Deed K.th Oi tuber, 18(50.
Date of execution loth October, IMA,
Pibtih — MOSES   BPORBOBO   *  JULBS
Klttt,   trmliii|r uii'lei   tlic   inline
and Btylc at taotttanj <v Stuff, at
\\ liarl ttreet, VUlorU, Vancouver
Islnnd.
T«c«TM.-DAVII)   l.E\E\ TE, 1   . v,       .
.IIUIN WII.KIE,        ,      >l(-t0"*
Assignment of the wlioleof the piirlinr-liiii
property ixeeptlai the futiiitum mi,l pciaon.il
effects of Moses Sporlmrg.
Itrgistered this day »t  11:15 a.m.
lath of October, ISM.
KICll-iltli WOODS,
oclH lm Acting Registrar.
NOTICE.
ScMtrr'l Orrics, 1
Victoria, V. I., October l'th, 180(1. j
rpilE LISTS OF AHUEAliS OF HEAL
X Estate Tax, fur the year ending Jane 30,
IS05, have been placed in the Shcrill's hands,
with instructions to levy the same according
to tlic provisions of the Heal Estate Tax
Amendment Act, IHO'2, all eufli arrears which
shull mil have been paid to thc Sheriff ut hu
"tin . within live days from this date, will be
levied accordingly.
W. H. H. ADAMSON,
oc)7 Sheriff.
IRE-- OPENING
— OF—
CLEM'S
Restaurant,
DINING ROOMS
And Coffee  Saloon.
'PHE PROPRIETOR IN THANKING THB
I public for tho very liberal rapport with
which they have favored him in the past, has
much pleasure in announcing that having
rebuilt, embellished anil rendered the above
establishment unequalled in the city, he will
reopen it to-morrow (SATURDAY, October
20tb, 18C6.
The   Culinary Department
Peing perfect in all its arrangements and
under the management of a first class Cook,
fiverything will bo supplied in superior style
and with the utmost promptitude.
I> t'i.V.at. feels that in recommencing business he can with confidence
solicit a renewal of public patronage, as with
the increased accommodation and improved
facilities for carrying on the business which
he now possesses he can guarantee entire satisfaction to all and place the attractions of
the establishment above competition.
THE   UP-STAIRS
DINING KOOM
Which has been handsomely furnished
is in style, comfort flnd economy superior to
any similar establishment in town.
3STOTIOE.
In tlie- Supreme Court of Civil Justice
Vancouver Island.
In  Iankruptcy.
W'UEREAS A PETITION FOR ADJUDI-
cation of Bankruptcy, bearing date the
17th day of October Instant, has been duly
filed by William Henry Huskinson, of the
Citv of Victoria, Merchant, Miner and Trader,
and be having been declared a Haukrupt, is
hereby required to surrender himself to His
Honor Joseph Ncedhara, Chief Justice of the
Supreme I'ourt of Civil Justice of Vancouver
Island, aforesaid, on Wednesday, the Hist day
of October inst., at 11 o'clock in the fnrciiiiun,
precisely, at the Court House, James Hay,
Victoria, and muke a full discovery and disclosure of his estate and effects, when aud
whero the creditors nro to come prepared to
prove their debts anil at the lirst sitting to
choose Assignees and commence the exauii-
iinliiiii of the Haukrupt, and ut the last sitting
the iiniikriipt is to finis ii his lust examination.
All persous indebted to the said l!ai,krupt,
Or who have any of bis effects, are not to pay
or deliver the same but to David Lind-say, of
(iiiveinnient sireet, tbe Official ABsiguee appointed, and give notice to
ROBERT BISHOP, Solicitor,
oc 17-td Hastion street, Victoria.
To the Smoking Public!
T   HAVE   JUST   RE-OPENED   THE   OLD
X   Tobacco Store, Johnson Street,
(Two Doors Above Waddinoton Alley,)
Recently occupied by Frank Campbell, where
I will keep
TUB    BEST    BR-AJSTIDS
—OK—
CIGARS, TOBACCO, &c.
ALL  KINDS OP  FRUIT!
My old Friends and thc Public generally
arc requested lo give me a cull.
ocH " I'llllTKil'USE   JOE."
In the Supreme Court of Civil Justice
Vancouver Island.
rNT   BA.KJ-KRTTI'TCrsr,
In re Charles Duponil, a Haukrupt.
NOTICE IS IIEHEHV (I I VEX THAT
application is iiitclnlid tu bu made at
the court to be holden on Wednesday the 21th
day of October instant, at 11 o'clock ln the
forenoon, to His Honor the Chief Justice,
Joseph Needham, Esq., to annul the Bankruptcy adjudicated on the bankrupt's petition
herein.
Dated this 12th day of October, 18(10.
ROBERT  BISHOP, Solicitor,
oc 10 llastiou Mrcet, Victoiiul
«w
HERMAN   SHULTZ,
—AT—
His Well Known end Old Established
Stand
The Government st. Boot Store,
Has just roceived per steamer
A  FINE   ASSORTMENT  OF
Ladies' and   Children's   Shoes,
Which he offers at a very low price.
Mrs.   Hein
KEEPS   CONSTANTLY ON  HAND  THK
Utc.ii fmhioni in
IM IH. Iu I IN" E RY.
—AT—
Prices to  Suit the Times,
OOVERNMRNr     STREET
Iletween Fort aol Broughton. oc5
"VIRGINIA"
By Steamship Active.
TOBACCO   &  SEGARS
FOR   TUE   MILLION!
F    CAMPBELL,
Has reeeived   iho most celebrated VIR
GIXIA BRANDS by express from
New York City,
Twists, Railroad, May Flower*
AND Till-)
ADELPHI   COLD   BAR,
Manufactured eipressly for him,
ATLANTIC Al PACIFIC CABLE TWIST
and other Tobaccos too numerons to
mention.
Meerschaum, Bnar Root,
—AND—
ALL KINDS  OF PIPES,
Plnyiug Cards, Matches- -all
varieties!
Havana   Cigars
By the Car^o or Sample.
SStf Office of C. F.  Green's  Victoria
aud Knquiuiult Express.
i.«uirmxi.,
oe 4 ADELPHI SEGAR STORE.
ALICE   BROWN'S
FANCY   TWIST
SMOKING TOBACCO
JUST RECEIVED AT
A.   F.   KEYSER'S,
Together with some fine
HAVANA CIGARS DIRECT.
Also on hand
Wine Sap, Peach, Apricot, Mary's Own,
Light Pressed, Natural Leaf, Buffalo
Tongue, and Atlantio Cable
Tobacco-
JUST RECEIVED  PER BARK RIVAL
A Fine Assortment of
Meerschaum   Pipes.
New Advertisements.
Cull and examine.
oe, 5-lm
REMOVAL.
DR. BARNAIfl) HAS REMOVED
his Offloa to DiiiiRlas street, lirst
house on the right side, south of
Fort stroet. Dr. II. is conversant with all
the modern Dental improvements, anil uses
Hour luit tlio host materials in his prulesnion.
Teeth mounted on Hold Plat* or the Vulcanite Base iu  thc  neatest and most artistic
EllillllllT.
Chloroform  administered and   Teeth   extruded without pain     Advice rendered gratis.
Ulllco hours liuui I) a. m. to 0 p. in.
Victoria, October nth, I860, oc H-lm
JSTOTIOE,
MARTIN    BROS.,
IMPORTERS OF
Groceries and Provisions,
FIREPROOF BUILDING,
LATELY OCCUPIED RY L'HOTELlER k Co,
•WHABP
STREET,
oc G
BOARD PER WEEK   -   -   -   $6 and $*t.
Meals at all hours   -   -   -   25c to 50c.
Coffee per cup with Rolls   -   12}c.
Hot and Cold Joints always on hand.
JJ. B.—The bnkery business will be carried
on and bread of the best quality delivered
throughout the town. oc!9
To Milkmen and Others
THREE OR FOUR FIRST-CLASS COWS
for sale.    Good  milkers  aud warranted
perfectly gentle.
OC 19
Apply to
Q. NIAS,
James Bay.
Receives by each steamer from England and
San  Francisco
BOOTS     Sc    SHOES
or   TUB
FINEST   AND  BEST QUALITY,
FRENCH   LEATHER,
—AND—
SHOE     FINDINGS,
At prices to correspond with the times
oc 12
Albambra
BILLIARD SALOON.
corner <;ovi:itx.ui;vr and vmtes srs.
■OP-STAIES.
Entrance on Yates Street.
oc 3-lm
F
NOTICE.
ROM AND AFTER THIS DATE I WILL
accept
Bank Bills for Eents
Or for any other payments to Le made to me.
11.   E.   SEEJLYE.
Victoria, V. I., Oct. 3, 18GB. oc 3
FASHION MUSIC HALL,
ADJOINING WK1.I.S, FARCO k CO'S,
Yates    Wtreet.
riillE   PBOPBIBTOB  TAKES (IREAT
I    flemt* iii announcing the arrival of lbs
celebrated
PRIMA DONNA k PIANI8TB,
Madam Josephine Berndt,
Whu will rviTv eveiiiii;. entertain tho visitor*
wilh mleitiolii from the mottt favoril*
O I* IS It A S ,
And the innst
POPULAR BALLADS,
In English,   French,   Italian, Qennan,
Hungarian, Spanish, etc., etc-, etc-,
He ing one of the most accomplished
Linguists aud Vocalists of the
Day-
In addition to the talented Madam Berndt
the services ofthe following galaxy of beauty
have been engaged to wait upou customers:
MISS   MILK0Y,       MISS   SWEET,
"     DEVRIES, "     WALSH,
MADAM    KENIE
Open every evening at 8J p.m.
DMISSION     FREE.
O.     BROOKS,
oc 1 Proprietor.
Chronicle   copy
Ayer's Pills
Are particularly adapted try
dcraiiKr Bieijtiut Uiedlgeftlvr
apparatus, and dlisases nritr
inif Worn impurity of thw
blood. A lai^f part nf all tb*
complaJuU that afflict mankind originate In one oftheier
and consequently these Pilu
aro found to cure many varieties of dlneiise.
Subjoined am tlio statements from some eminent physicians, of tin ir eflucts ln their practice.
As a Family Physic.
From Dr. K. IV. Carttrripht, of *V*rw OrUams.
"Yiuir I'lLLi aro tlio prince of purees.   Their turellent
qnalith'8 surpiiF* nny cathartic wo possess.   Thoy tiro mild,
Lin vim v i < riain uinl effectual lu their action on the bowels,
which makua thcui luvuluable to us lu the dally treatment
(if ill-   IW."
Fou Jai-ndicb and all Liter CoytrtAivn.
From Dr. Theodore Hell, of .Vmo York City.
"Not only am your 1'it.W tiiluilniMy ufiptad to thHr
purpoen iik uu k|n-i*ii'iil, hut I And thitlr beneficial effect*
npon thu Liver ttty nuukud Indued. They have In my
pmciii'o proved mora effectual fur tlio cure of bilious com-
ptauit.t thin anyone roni"dj T ran mention. T sincerely
r»ju|iv that we nave nt IcmrMi a } uivntivi- whtoh is worthy
Uio aonlidtncu of iho prufrstlori and the poople.*1
Dyiphnia — Indigestion.
From Dr. /learn J. Knor, of i'(. Louis.
"Tli" TiM-s you wi'iu kind enough to Mend me have been
all uaed in my pfWtlce, and havo Mtlsftfd me thnt tlmy ere
trulv mii BXtrfturdlnary medicine. Bo i-.rullarly are they
udapM tn the dilPlSM or tho huniitn *rMi >n, that theyaseiD
lo work npon Qiwn alone. I tune cujed some cases of dyt-
pepsta and fiMfl^eatton with them, which had resists! the
other mnadlH W0 n'lnnwmly uso. Indeed I hove eipsii-
mentallv (bond tht>ui to )•■ vtr <. mi il in nlinost all the com*
plaium for which you rocoimuuml them."
J)T8KNTFHY — DlARlUKBA. — RELAX.
From Dr. J. Q. ffreem, ofChictn/o.
" Your Pn.i., huvo hud a lotitf trial In inv practice, and I
hold tlium in eateein »•* one of tne bt-st up"! Suits I havo ever
found. Their alterative effect upon the liver makes them
nn oxn-llent remedy, when irlven In Fiimll iIohob, ft* otiiout
dvrentertf and diarrtttra. Thoir sugar-coating makes them
verv ucooptable ami cuureuleut fur the use of women aud
rhlidPii."
Internal OnsTBrcnox—"WoitMft—SirpntMBioir.
Fiom Mr*. R. Stuart, who jiraetiies as a I'hudcwii and Mului/t
m Hotion.
" I find one or two large doses of your 1*111/, taken Bt tho
proper time, arc HOelleiH promotives of tho nnturnl swore*
timi when whollv or partially mipprwsi'd, ami rImi very uf*
fn i mil to eloanae the itomacfi and expel worms. Thoy are
■o much the bent physic uo hove thnt I recommend uu other
to uiy ,»atlents."
CONKTIPATION — COBTIVENEBS.
From Dr. J. /', I'attghn, Montreal, Ctmada,
" Too much cannot lm said of your 1'it.ui for the core of
ODttirenr.'i. if others or our fraternity have found them
an oflloacloQI nn 1 have, thoy should join mc In proclaiming
It fm the l" m-fii of the inultltud.'s who puffer from that
complaint, which, although bad enough in Itwlf, la the progenitor "f othem that nro worw. I Mian eottirenrst tn
originate in th» liver, hut your Pjlu affect that organ aud
euro tho disease."
IlfFU&lTXM op Titrc Blood — Schopdla —Ery-
ISPBLAI — Salt Bhbum — Tf.ttkr — Tumor*
— Kinnn-ihM — floi'T — NlMRALOIA.
From Dr. Ertkiel /tall, Philadelphia.
"You were ri-'bt. DootoC,In wiying that your PlU8 fntrify
the Matt. They (Id that. 1 Imve im.ii Hum of late yearn In
my ptartice.andiiifreo with your statements of their eltloacy.
They stlumlate the ejumtorles, and carry off the Impurltlsa
Ihnt -Mi'iMi.' in tliv blood, engendering disease. They
stimulate thn organs of digestion, aud Infuse vitality and
vigor Into (lie M>l"tn,
**. bitch itmwHt as you proparn are a national benefit, aod
)i ti deserve great credit for tliem."
ton Hrmmchk—Sick IIbapachi— Fori Stom-
ACH—PlLKft—Dropsy—I'luthora—Faiuiyuis
— Fim — Ac.
From Dr. Edward floyd, IladHmon.
"Dun I>". Aviu: I Lsnnot iiniwcr you ic'iuf comrilalnta
I hive cured nltli ymir Pillt* bettar than to say aU that tot
ever treat with a pi'iyitiee. mrd.ttnr. I plaee grvat NMfr
(um on an efferiiml catliarl ie in mv dally rontest with dla-
aaaa. and believing as I do tlmt your Pills afford oa Ihe beat
we have, 1 or course value thvm highly."
ttf Mo* ('t tho I'ills in market contain Mercury, which,
although a valuable remedy In skiltat hands, la dangeroue
In it public pill, from the dreadful consequences that frequently follow Its Incautious use. Theie ountaln no mercury or mineral substanco whatever.
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
Km long liepn nuiniifnctured by a practical cbemlit, and
every ounce of it untler bis own tye, with Invnri.lilo acc»-
racy and care. It l» sealinl unil protoclcd by law from counterfeit., and oonseqnently can l» relied on as genuine,
wltbout adulteration. It supplies tbo surest ramedy th.
world has ever known for tbo cure of all pulmonary coni-
plalnts; for Cooons, CoiM, noA«sl»a», Asihha, ClOIIf.
Whoopiko Couon, Brokcbiih, iKnmiiT CoiuuMmon, and
fur tho relief of consumptive patients Io advanced stages of
the dlseiuw. As tim. makes these facts wider and better
known, this medicine has gradually become tbe best reliance of the afflicted, from the log cabin of tlie American
peasant to the palaces of European kings. Throughout
this entire country, ln every stato aud city, and indeed almost every hamlet It contains, Cherbi Pectoku Is known
as the best of all remedies for diseases of tbe throat and
lungs In many foreign countries it is extensively used by
tbeir most intelligent physicians. If thsro Is any dependence on what men of every station certify it baa done for
them; if we can trust our own senses when we see the dangerous affections of the lungs yield to It; If we can depend
on tho assurance of Intelligent physicians, whoso bnsinsaa
Is to know; in dbort, if there Is any reliance upon any
tiling thon Is It irrefutably proven that this medltine doe.
cure the class of diseases It is designed for, beyond any and
all other remedies known to mankind. Nothing bnt its Intrinsic virtues, and the unmistakable benefit conferred on
thousands of sufferers, could originate aud maintain tb.
reputation It enjoys. Whllo many Inferior remedies hav.
been thrust upon the community, have failed, and tam
discarded, this has gained friends by every trial, ennftrred
bonofits on tho afflicted they can never forget, and produMq
euros too numerous and remarkable to be forgotten.
Prepared l»y Dr. J. C. AYEB,
PRACTICAL AND ANALYTICAL CHEMIST,
S       LOWBlii,  MASS.
UiVJ) SOLD Br
Moore   &   Co.,    Victoria
AND ALL DRUGGISTS. <£btiriitg   Ctltgrapb.
sx7TC-r>A~sr edition.
8UNDAY  MollNINO, 00T.   II,   ISM.
COMMERCIAL.
MEMORANDA.
Per steamship ACTIVK, Joseph Willinina,
Communiler—Left .San ttaaaiaaa Oct. l.'illi,
11:30 p.m.; lame night at 1:10 p.m. met
steamship Pacific ; encountered tttoagt.tt.
winds at Point Heyes laslinir until we ,-iitcrcd
the .Straits : arrived at V um 7 a.m.
I'H.I.M.KII..
Per steamship ACTIVE from San Francisco
—Mill Emma, 8 H Atkin, Mrs Zelzi-r and 2
children, D M Crane, Cyrus Walker, D M
Lang, J Murks, II .Smallmun, Y Smalltnan, O
It Trentiguii, A J Brown, V Jtoscowitz, Miss
A Cored, M (ireeucbuiim, 3 Murks, T Ward,
J (lyte, wife and 2 children, Mrs Boyd, Il
Turner, W F * Co'i Messenger, Indian boy
•nd 42 others.
idnsk;\i.f-.s.
Per steamship ACTIVK from Sun Frantisco
—McKimion, I ll .Stewart, Sprout k Co, Cros-
shii. llrelley k Fittorre, Locwi k Co, ll Brod-
rlck, F Noltemeicr, Kwong Lee k Co, Kugenc
Thomas, (J Promts, Wm Lohsc, J Cowper, J
Miller, Fellows k Koscoe, Julius Seilz, 11 Su-
tro k Co, J Hanks k Co, C Bossi, Cussama-
you, Edgar Marvin, Mooio k Co, P O'Dwyer,
Langley k Co, Lewin & Anthony, I) C H
Rothschild, Cairo k Orancini, S linker, Jas
Ourry, T»i Soong, J W Waitt, J A MoCrea,
Wells, Fargo k Co, Lowe Bros, ftoldstonu
Bros, Howell Stuart k Co, IV Edwards, S
Braverman, L'Qotclier, P McQuade, Mrs Mo-
riarty.
Ul PORTS.
Per steamship ACTIVK from San Francisco
—113 cs hardware, 3 cs millinery, 480 cs
flour, candles, ir, 77 cs champagne, 200 cs
olive oil, 07 cs soap, 36 cs shot, caps, ke, 187
cl boots and shoes, 40 cs oil, 5 cs alcohol, 77
Cl starch and butter, 1255 sks flour, 20 C8
hardware, 37 cs tobacco, 23 cs cigars, 1 cs
Tarnish, 25 cs brandy, 130 cs tea, 10 cs butter, 1 cs ikins, 4 cs whisky, 150 cs oil. 20 <s
Slitters, Ac, 17 cs Florida water, 2 cs snuff, 7
cs glassware, 9 ex nails, 1204 cs rice, 49 cs
mustard, cheese, etc, IG cs express maiter,
123 cs spirits, 3 cs hops, 0 cs drugs, 40 cs
cheese, provisions, etc, 100 cs coal oil, 05 cs
coffee, 180 cs sugar, 25 cs oil, 15 cs preserves,
25 cs starch, 10 cs mnccarotii, 10 cs olives, L
cs cloth, ii cu prunes, 4 cs palls, 110 cs claret,
111 cs ubsinthe, 5 cs cider, 1 cs coloring, 3 cs
apparel.    Value $50,281.
Boat Rack.— Th.- -lulling race betwen JhIiii
Harmon and Joe Edi'iuame off yesterday ;
stakes  %l*et alia, Utlui
to Jam * liny bi idga, * Hula en t t»-i mllei :
IMi-ii hud tin- .I",in- of boat! 'I'- scullers
got a good start, Harm m Inking the li:i-l nml
iiiug it ull the way down, winning
tin- rn.- by two minutes or nboui 160 > ir-l-.
Ilnriuon looked quite Iresli  whin  ba   I
the winning pott, while Bdea seemed rubor
distressed, although be pnlltd " gnim-" lo
tbe last.   Joe frankly ownod bis defeat, bat
compluined Ihat his boat steered badly, n
lact which many know who have pulled In it.
its it heirs heavily ou the left hand. Tho
times was H minutes.
il tit mi;».
In Spraguc, New London Co., Connecticut,
TJ. S., Aug 20th, Mr. Richard R. Stark, formerly of this city, to Mi9s Frances H. Hough.
An IvntisTKions Ki.ei'Tomaniac—The Chron-
ft dele of yesterday finds fault  with us  because
we don't follow its lend iu  stealing or manufacturing news items, -and  accuses us of a
lack of industry in Friday  evening's  piper.
To indulge in 'ear contemporary's favorite tu
qttoque style of argument, let ai glance at the
industry ofthe " Lokalitums" of the Chroni-
ele—tliere is a pair of them—aa displayed in
the last issue or two of tbat deleclablo sheet-
To begin with  yesterday's   issue:   on  the
second page wc find a "lender," clipped from
the Timo, anil therefore   moro readable  than
tha usual rubbish which graces that column ;
besides, there are two selections which have
beeu going the rounds of tho press for thc
last   three   months,   ono of    them    having
already  been  published   in   the Tkikchuni
On tbe third page we find three items stolen
from the Nanaimo Tribune,  (without credit),
■ si/ from Ilie Tii.K'.n.M'ii,     about the  ball,
written before the writer went, one contradicting ft paragraph of the day before, eight
advertising pulls, and eight three-line items,
half of which arc bogus 1 There are also four
selections from other papers, three of which
have already appeared in the Tm.euiiai'ii
within the last month. Cn Wednesday last
the local column of the Chronicle contained
just seven items, three of which were copied
from this paper, and oue had to be contradicted in their next issue, which of course
gave them another item. Supposing thut
this pair of beauties got up nt 11 o'clock nud
worked till 10, they thus wroto two items
each In eleven hours '.' Thu worthies evidently have a keen appreciation of thu dolce far
nients.
A Oabihooitk Auok-n tub TuilVSS.— Tlio
Bulletin mentions tbo arrest of three well-
known thieves in San Francisco, oa the
charge of having robbed Louis llideau, a
Cariboo miner, of $1,400 in gold coin.
Bideau fell in with the men, and went around
among the low dens of Pacific street in tboir
company, having $1,501) in nis pocket. He
finally became obfuscated wilh bad whisky.
Oilman had $220 in his pockets when arrested, and subsequently confessed that the
women robbed the miner and he shared in the
proceeds.
MoKDEit.—Ou Friday night last about 11
o'clock the body of an Indian boy wns found
In an alley adjoining Cormorant street, with
the head badly crushed, as if from blows with
the butt-end of a musket. Tbe boy was well
known in the city, having worked for Sir
James Douglas, and recently for Mr. Leneveu.
The cause of the murder is supposed to have
been to obtain money which the poor fellow
was known to be possessed of. Three Bella-
Coola Indians were arrested yesterday on
suspicion, and the police are actively invest-
gating the affair. An inquest will be held on
the body to-morrow.
Notice.—Mis. Digby Palmer bogs to inform
her pupils and the public that she iutends
holding her Dancing Class twice a week,
Wednesday and Saturday evenings, from 8 to
11 o'clock, commencing on the 1st November
next, at the Sing-Verein Hall, Exchange
Buildings, Government street. *
Discharged.—Thos. J Hopkins, imprisoned a few days ago as a maniac, was discharged yesterday.
11 Jsnkihs " at thc Ball.—" Jenkins " of
the Chronicle, in an ilem about tbe ball written
before he went lo it, says, us be predicted the
ball was a great success, the arrangements
were perfect, and everybody MOtMd I" injoy
themselves to the utino-t A.-tonisbiiig prediction of the erudite .Ic kins ! Like his
brother prophets, bowi-vi r, he has unfortunately no honor in bis own country. In oid*-r
to earn bis complimentary ticket, Jenkins
promises '-full particulars in our next," to
look out for a brilliant description from that
facile pen of the gathering of '■ beauty an I
fashion," comprising th. " elite of onr eily,"
the noble array of otlicials, ke., ke., the
magnificeuce of the ladies' toilets, the recherche supper and the excellence of the
wines, etc., etc.    Poor Jenkins I
Clkal's wns perfectly resplendent last night
with blazing gas-lights, aud all manner of
enticing edibles got up in the way that Cleal
knows so well how to do. Streams ol guests
were pouring in and out, and attracted by
tho smiling appearance of the jovial old host,
who shone in all the glories of n '• Idled "
Bhirt and snow-white vest, we went in an,}
' smiled' in sympathy. Tbe dining rooms are
well worthy the inspection and patronage of
every lover of the beautiful and every lion
vivant in the city, and the enterprising proprietor deserves the most substantial support.
Rii'le Siiooti.vo at Nkw Wkstmissteb.—
The Annual Prise Meeting of the Rifle Volunteers came off at New Westminster on Thursday, between ten each of No. 1. Company,
Homo Guards, and tho Seymour Artillery.
Tho ranges were 150, 200, 250, and 300
yards, at which No. 1 made 404 points, the
Guards 309, and iho Artillery 312. Bugler
Butler, No. 1, made the highest score, 54
points. The dny was very rainy. Preparations were being made to receive the Victoria
marksmen next Tuesday.
Dkatu op a Victorian.—The S' I'. Alia
records the sudden death at tho country
hospital of a man recently from Victoria. It
says ■: t( Inquiries made by the Coroner
elicited thc facts that deceased was an
Knglishmau or Irishman, named James Wood
or James Wilson, who came but a few days
since from Victoria, wbwru ho bad been in
the Hospital. His age wus about 30 years,
and his disease pneumonia.
Suiciiiks is San Francisco.—Last Friday
week three persons committed suicide in
San Francisco. They wero 0. Ihmels, a
native of Hamburg, Germany, formerly a
meuibci ofthe Lady Ailmiis Company, Saora-
mento, and at the time of bis death a member
of the firm of J. II. I'oghill k Co. ; ft mnn
named Ballinger, one of the proprietors ofthe
Kintracht Saloon, on California ttreet, and
Henry Pforr, u German.
B. C. Items.—From tho Columbian we cull
the following items i The final remit of the
New Wesiminster election was, Hlm-k ll'-l,
Uobson 210. Tho Kanaka votes were allowed (!!) A bear  weighing WW Ilu. mi
shot last week  ill   the   woods   behind   New
Westminster. Anderson k Co.  bad B sheep
killed by dogs, on Friday, on Brown's ranch
opposite the city The total Custom receipts and dues lust week were 14,848.
American Chaaiimiinsiiii'.—The fight for
iho American championship camo oil'iu Cho-
teau Island, Illinois, on Iho 19th Sept.. Thc
contestants were Me Coul and Davis, both
Irishmen, the In un-r stood lilt iiu,, uinl
weighed Km lbs., uml tin billet -li I lin.. and
wiiglied 1 7i) lbs. The Igbl lu-u-il thirty four
minutes, and at the end ol tbi tbiity tilth
round Mc Cool was doolortd lin- vii-tor.
TELEGRAPHIC
minimi  «onmhii.
I.vii'iN,   Oct.   ix.—Weather   clear,
wiliily lll.'l l"l(ll.
SoOi 0«KS. Ocl. Is-Snowi'■/, l.ul
not likely lu I 1st. A mini r Irnin Kiiin-
foopO hus Minn- r.i-li i|i|il"/. si i-i-iim-iis
picked Up "'l  H"' ''I'-'" nl   'hat   lake.
Horn, i *i't.  18—Cloudy, appearance
uf ihiii.    Tli'Mitiuiiictcr 43.
Sunn' limn during laet night tbs etora
nf James Curry was broken imo uml a
small Safe c iii'uiniiig $'i KM wus sluleii
ami carried of ; no clue to the robbers.
Clinton, Oct. 18.—Weather cloudy.
Thermometer 32.
Yale,   Oct.   18—Heavy fog ami generally disagreeable.    Theriiioiiitter 50.
Wa*liliii;ion Territory.
SEATTLE, October 19.—Judge Darwin,
to-iluy, sentenced William I'uwell, who
was lounfl guilty of murdering his wife,
to be hanged liy the neck until he in dead,
mi 21st of December next. James McKay, found guilty of murder in the 2d
degree, to lifti-eu years' coiifiui'incnt ind
hard lubor. Mr. Bridge, found guilty of
buying uud receiving stolen goods, to one
yeur's confinement und hurd lubor.
California
Sav PitANcisco, October 19—Tlie
Eastern lino U still down beyond Fort
Laramie.
The Telegraph- Agent nt Suit Lake,
antler date October 18, siys : "Tliere bas
been ii very heavy storm from here down
the Platte, nnd the line is badly broken
Snow is visible io ull directions.
The Paeilic mail steamer (io'den City
sailed for Panama with -17!) paoWDgeri
and $600,755 iu specie. Among tbe passengers who left for the east was Edwin
Forrest.
The following attachment suits have
been commenced against Meiggs and
Gawley, lumber merchants, who failed a
lew days since; Wm. B. Boune, $33,73-1
07 ; J no. Sime <fc Co,, $7,013 57 ; aud
AdolpTi <i ormuii, $400.
'1 he market fur flour continues firm,
with un advance of 25 ceuts per barrel on
all grades.
Legal Tenders are very slow at 69
buying, and 70 selling.
Anived—British ship Mallard, Cork;
Br. brig Crown, Sydney.
Olympic  llais  Ball Club.
Saturday, Uct. 20th, 18C
Fowlis (Captain)
Plartn.
Jamiesox  (Captain |
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l'i.«i-l.   Isl 11  I
Joe I) ■ rial, s 1...2
Karwi:     ■   I
Miller,  .:   I	
	
Clark, p  3
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Klckoli,	
Mjrm  5  0
New Advertisement*.
EED LION HOTEL,
IIOVHINMI'.WT BTRBET.
ABOI UOTSL  IIAVIXU
i
IHE
1
JOE      EDEN,
Tottlg  17 -14        Totah  '-'7 21
INSlVIv
Clcbs.... lftJ2d|M4tEj)tfa|0tli|7tfi mi,
0    3     3     2     8    13      2
l.-t Vint. 6
2d   N'inc. 7
0    0   4     1     12
F. Htltutir, Btoitr.
Jos. Davies, Fowled and Barnett made one
home run MCD<
Xpeciul H'otlccM.
Mn. Zikn begs io announce to the Inhabitants ol Victoria thnt hi* lm* lately lereived it
ljuyi aflfiri'nent of Children's ('nrriagps and
''haira, Pithing lJn^ketrf nnd Fishing CftBkl,
tnd a laiyt' quaatlt/ of Market and Trave Hns
BatJUtl, f'liifi.i V.ik'3, FttiM i (iO')ds an«l Toys,
all cf wliicli Iihvk to he soli on or helore
February next at trr*»aily reduced prices
Gouds sold at wholesale tor cost piices>     *
Rbmoval.—Messrs. Solomon Bros, have removed to the two-story brick building on
tJoverninent street, opposite the St. .Nicholas
Hotel. Thoy have received, ox iMp Mohawk,
from London, a fine assortment of Dta'l
dlotbing and nnderclotbfng, which they will
fell Invvur than ui;y house in town. Give them
ft cull. *
HoUDWAT'a 1'n.ia—lUwrt.u.-* nud Bjwu! Ccmplaiiitr
—Th"»e nialmiie*   are ever present, aLd   if    iefi ant
tiii'liil   fn-n ifciiily   terminal"   fit illy.   It   should   b
H'"r;.nli"ie  known tliat both cholera ami tliatrhn*a di
pend i-i-lh''|ni'*«'ii'e of some   B&diywted fiibMtui.ee Id
th" ■tomicli or Iiuwl'Ih, or tome  dehturinui ma ter In
the blwd, and that    Hollnway'i   Will ran exne] t&tbtr
wfih niHi' and flxpeitl'fon.   They conc-niraiu in amir
pruinf detenu |iuriMnf,  alternative, r«'ir-iIn11:itr and
HtrenfrthiMihig t)Uiilli:e"( and thui exert over every in
t.i" il iiriHii in" whoUioniely    controlling mil i-n -r n
nee.et.atry Li mbthdrtg excetfive ncllnn   in  th>- liutnan
fi ni'v.    'I. lin x ,\'» nt.;.! im,.-   may   he  advantn^eougly
taken   na   a   inean-i nf keeping  the blun.l pure nnd (lie
body coul—(he only t practicable   plan   of   nnliiulnint;
heaith in youth, mm hood  and old nge.
lie will bt   1: -|i;tv . >  in-■< X bil   Iritadl  ou *li
.,    wi 1 \ iiu.ii. t..'-m with
thu I
WIae?i Liquor*, Ale, Porter, &e,
and (.tears-
BAOATILLI, BZiTTlKn. A.VD  BOXOTO
OLO v *■:*.
ffaT Joe and Tom will be happy to giro
Pel fate Lessonu in the noble art of " Self-
Ueluiiiji-." oclO
A. & W. WILSON,
Home and Ship Plumbers
GASFITTERS,
BELL-HIHGERS & TINSMTHS
FORT   STKKBT.
.ill orders promptly attended to
SOMETHING NEW
UNDER   THB   SUN.
A EW ERA IN MEDICINE!
Ukmiivai..—Mr. Iii^iiv Palmar lias ramovad
to Kiuic street, tlii'tu dootl lieloir Mr.
Fuweett's rtsiilenci', wlu-re he will CODtloafl
giving instruction on tlm Piano Foi'tc, nnd
singing. Evening put'ties utteiidt'diinil Plftnoi
tuned and repaired. *
Death op a Prohine.it Odd Fellow.—The
S. F. Bulletin records the death of Grand
Representative W. M. Allen, who attended
the Grand Lodge at Philadelphia from California. Deceased was elected Grand Master
ofthe State in 18G0.
Julia Gould Collins Hall.—In the suit
of this ladyuj. bark Emily Banning, an action
brought in San Francisco to recover $2,500
from damages to plaintiffs wardrobe, the
jury reiurned a verdict for $350 in favor of
plaintiff.
From New Westminster.—The steamer
Enterprise arrived down last evening at five
o'clock with 59 passengers among whom were
Mr. A. R. Robertson, and several other Cari-
booites, who left Williams Creek last Friday
week. 	
Married.—The many friends of Mr. Stark
in this community will be glad to hear of his
marriage in his native State, and also.that he
is about to return with his bride to this country-      	
Jonathan Bego.—A private letter from
San Francisco says: " Begg has not yet
raised tho Labouchere, but hopes to make a
raise in some other way."
Later From Australia,
[From the S. F. Bulletin.]
The Britiiili bark Sea Nymth arrived
last evening, 63 days from Newcastle, N.
S. W. B| her we bave 1J) days later
ne*s fronrtViiBtralla.
The ship Golden City was wrecked
July 13th, on Lady Elliott'* Island. She
had been criguue-l loading guano at tho
inland, having nome SOO ions oo bourd
when she went ashore All bunds were
suved.
Wildman, tlie Secrclary for Crown
Lands at Adelaide, was unking, ami defalcations lo the amount of over £1,200
tnul beta di covered in hia account*. A
warrant bad been iwned fur Wh arrest,
and thc police bad tracked bim h far aa
Blaocbeiown. His securities were effected in the Guarantee Office.
A Court of Inquiry had baen held to
examine into ihe circumstances attending
'l.e lo.-s of tlio aleauialiip Cuwuna, near
Newcastle.
At Melbourne, August 1st, the pilot-
boat schooner Proserpine, beating aboni
ontsido tm' Heads, was ran into by tha
schooner Lady Don/outward bound. The
Proserpina bad her starboard boats
Miiiisbed, davits rirried away, iron stanchions broken, about 20 feet of her bill-
narks destroyed, covering hoard started
and a large hole made in her side. The
Ludy Don loat hsr bowsprit and Itfl bar
li tf u 11'-'" ad on bourd the pilot schooner
Fortunately no lives were lost.
KmiKiiroiiB wero plenty in the vieinilv
ul Himier river. A steamer from tbat
place brought to Sydney tba carcases of
83 full grjuii animals, which had bean
killed in n week's hunt by two persons at
Jervis Buy.
Mining at Forbes'* wns being successfully prosecnted On Thompson's lead,
gold in large quantities had been already
obtained iu Mjvernl claims, and prospects
of from '2 to 1 ounces to the nail can were
reported as quite common. Miners were
daily arnviug from all parts of the colony,
and"bitter complaints were being made
respecting the rights of miners under the
new regulations. The monthly escort
which left on tbe 30lh July, took 1,198
ounces gold.
The new steamer Camberoona had been
snagged and sunk oo her first voyage
from Melbourne to Ecliuca. Bishop &
Co., ironmongers of Uallarat, had suspended payment. Tbe weather was remarkably cold, and suow had fallen al
Ballarat.
Thomas .Wright, corn merchant at Melbourne, had suspended payment August
Oth; liabilities, £20,000. This failure
had made the corn market dull.
Newcastle, N. S. W-, was soon to be
lighted with gas.
SIX MK.V,  FOR A SAW MILL ON PUGET
Sound.   Canadians   accustomed   to   mill
work preferr«d. Apply to
MOOKE k CO.,
oc 18 Yates street.
BAHK  OF  BRITISH   COLUMBIA.
London, 3d August, 1SU1.
FROM A.VR  AFTER   25th  SEPTEMBER.
laee, m». Datid Kabihall La.vu will
cease to be Mmiager of this Bauk in these
Colonics, and Ut, Wm. Ociitis Ward is
authorised to perform ihe duties of Principal
Officer of the Bnuk in these Colonies, signing
all documents as Acting Manager.
By order of the Court of Directors,
JAS. 1J. UAI.KER,
so 20-lm Inspector.
| Let the suffering and diseased re»d
the following.
tjfctf- Let nil who have been riven up by
doctors, and spoken of us incurable, read tho
follov.-ing.
Ji-l)'* Let all who can believe fuels nnd c»u
have faith in evidence, rend the following :
Kii'ite nil men by these presents, Thnt on this,
the Twentieth day of Jane, in ihe year of our
Lord, line Thousand Eight Hundred and
Sixty-Six, personally came Joseph Haydock
to me, known as snob, and being duly sworn,
deposed as follows: That he is the sole
general agent Inr the 1'iiUid Slates and ^dependencies thereof for preparations or medicines kuown as Maggiel's I'ills and Salve,
and that thc following certificates are verbatim copies to best of his knowledge and
belief.
JAMI'S SMEITRB,
Notary Public,
Wall street, New York.
Jesse Cowper,
ilc and Rt'lnil Denier In
(,,1
LEATHER,
-AND—
SHOE    FINDINGS,
YATES    STREET,
OPPOSITE WKIXS, FARiiO k Cu
At tha "Id stand of Webster k Co., in
prepared  to  supply the wauls ol  tlo
public in his line.
The Latest Stvles
Reoeived by every arrival from Englai i'
uml Sun Francisco. oc ~z
;LYMPIA OYSTERS
IN   EVERY  STYLE AT
A.   W.   PIPER'S,
AND  THE
Best Welsh Rarebits
ON    THE    ISLAND.
se 19 .
From San Frascisco.—Tho mail steamer
Active arrived yesterday morning a little after
7 o'clock, with passengers and a cargo of
general merchandize valued at $50,1181. She
went up to New Westminster this morning,
and will sail tor San Francisco on Tuesday at
3 p.m. ■
REMOVAL.
A.   BULER  &   Co.
HAVE   REMOVED
TO THE STORE ADJOINING TIIE
MASONIC BUILDING,
Next door to T. N. Hibben k Co., where they
UT AND SELL LADIES' AND GENT'S
June 1st, 18G9.
Dr. JIaogiel -\ lake my pea to write you
of tny great relief and that the awful pain in
my .~iile has left me at lust—thanks to your
medicine. Ob, Doctor, how thankful I am
that 1 enti get some sleep. I can never write
il i-niiuiili. I thank you again and again, and
am sure that you nre really the friend of all
sud'erers. I could not help writing to you,
and hope von will nol take it amiss.
" JA.MES MYERS, II') Avenue D.
This ll to certify Hint I was discharged from
the army wiili Chronic DiarrbOM, mid havo
been cared by Dr. Maggiel's Tills.
wii.miN HABVBT,
New York, April 7. 1B06.        2", Pitt street.
The following li an Interesting case of a
man employed In an Ir.m Foundry, who, ia
pouring melted iron nno a Beak thai was
uiiiii|i and wet, caused sn esploeli n. Tho
mi Iti I Iron  raa -nil and on him in
n        ; I i- was burn! dreadfully.
The following  ■■ ■ fl tan '•■ me by
him, about ilghl v> •      tftei lbs incident,
\ iw Fork, Jan. 11, IW6.
My nnmr it Jacob Hard} ; I am an Iron
Pounder; 1 wai badly burnt by hot bon in
November last; i.v burns bes ed, bul I had a
running sore rn D ■ I1 - Ibel WO old not hnal;
1 tried Uaggii I Salve, and Ii eared me in »
(am w.'k>. Tbli li all ime, and anybody
can now see uu- atJaokson'i Iron Works, 2d
Avenue, J.HARDY,
110 lioeriik street.
EXTRACTS   I'lU'M   FAMOUS   LKTTBHS.
11 1 had no appetite ; .Maggiel's Tills gave
ni'- ;i hearty onr."
'•Vour Tills nre marvellous."
" I 11 ml fur another boi, and keep them in
the house."
Dr. Mng.-iel has cured my headache that
wns chronic.11
■■ I l'iivc half ofoneofyourr-ills to my babo
for cholera morbus. 1 he dear little thiug got
well in a dny. '
" My nausi-n of n morning Is now cured."
" Your box of Maggiel's Snlve cured me of
noises in the head. 1 rubbed sonic of your
salve behind my ears, and the noise left."
" Send me two boxes; I wnnt one for a poor
family."
" I enclose n Dollar; your price is t'i rents;
but the medicine to me is worth a dollar."
" Send mc five boxes of your Piils."
" Let me have three boxes of your Salvo by
return mail."
I have over 200 such Testimonials
As this, but wont of space compels me to
conclude. S. MAGGI1-X, M.D.
MAGGIEL'S PILLS A\D  SALTS
Arc sold by
A. C. LANGLEY & Co.,
VICTORIA,  V. I.,
SOLE AGENTS.
JiS* NOTICE—None genuine wiihout the
engrared trademark around each,pot or boi,
B'
cast-off clothing
Clothes cleaned and repaired at the shortest
notice,
se 25-lm
sigred by Dr. J. Maogikl, 11 Pine street, Kcw
York, to counterfeit which is felony.
Sold by all respect.iele Dealers in Medicines
throughout tbe I'uited States and Canudas, at
2b cents per box or pot. Wit and Humor.
Artemns Wunl was out lute one nlgbl
recently Here is bis in fount of his re.
turn ioinc : 'It was lute wl en I ir t
iiome. The children mnl my wife wire
all nbcil. But a cimiHc—a candle innde
from tlie taller of our own raisin'—
Breamed in lSe'ay's room ; it glriiny-d fur
I.   All wus still.   Tbe siveet silver moon
was ii sliinin' blight, uml the liiiiiiitl'ul
stars wus up to iheir usual doiu's. I felt
ascntymenul mood gtill so penllv ore uie
stouliu', und 1 puwsed before Betsy's winder, and simp in a kind of op'rutic voice,
as Toilers, impromptoo, to wit:
Wake, Betsy, wake,
My BWSet gulloot;
1! .-i- up, fair lady,
While 1 touch my lute.
Tbe winder—I regret to say that the
winder went up with a vi'lent craeb, and
a I'm in iu spotless wlii'e exclaimed: 'Come
into tho house, you old fool.' To-morrer
you'll be poiu' round roiupluiniu' ubout
your liver I"
A cocsiN of mine visited Charleston,
South Citrolinu, recently, and seeinp u
iiepro Iniiiipiiip on a bale of cotton, uc-
costed him, saying:
' Well, Uncle, I suppose, you arc
enjoying your freedom V
' Yes, berry much.'
' Whut are yon doing now ?'
' Nothing at de present lime.'
' But' nothing' won't feed you long.'
He replied, with great deliberation :
* I um not speaking for long ; I am speaking for de present lime !'
Railway official — You'd better not
smoke, sir.
Traveler—That's what my friends say.
ltuilway ollieial — But you Jmusn'l
smoke, sir.
Traveler—So my doctor tells me.
Hail way official (indignantly) — But
you shan't smoke, sir.
Traveler—Ah I just what my wife
says.
A  CONJUGAL  SPAT.
Loud brayed an ass.   Quoth Kate, " My dear,
(To spouse, with scornful curriuge,)
One of your relailres I hear."
" Yes, love," said he, " by marriage."
•Terrible weather th's,' said Quilp,
wiping bis brow. ' Never saw any weather
too hot for me,' was the derisive reply.
' Good fur you,'said Quilp. ' I congratulate you on being prepared for your ultimate destiny.'
The people live uncommon lonp in
Vermont. There are two men there, so
old that they have quite forgotten who
they are, and there is n-ibody alive who
can remember it for them.
The Bisbop of Carlisle recently asked
a youthful scholar if he hud read tiie
thirty nine articles. 'No,' said the boy,
'but 1 have read the Forty Thieves'
'Yon stand down, sir,' said the B.sliop.
We need to be jostled now and then, or
we should full asleep, and die of our proprieties and sanctities.
The more true merit n person has, the
more be applauds it in others.
New  Advertisements.
FACTS vs- THEUKIES-
" Give me a place to rest my lever on,"
•ays Archimedes, "and I will move, the
world." '' Give mo pure and unadulterated
drugH," says Medicus, of the olden lime,
" aud I will cure disease."
Ia ono sense, both of these learned pundits
were tho veriest charlatans. Tliey knew there
was no place to rest their lever on, either to
move the world or euro disease. Mcch-uiisiu
was io a backward state, and the medit-til profession was but anothci name for sorcery,
and all the adjuncts ot magic filters and
charms o' the " evil eye," ke.
But these latter days bave borne unto us
something more tbau even superstition and
ils crew ever droamt nf in their maddest philosophy. In these days of practical science,
what wac theory of yesterday ir lact to-day,
and all tho old it mo notions become us IniliMin
in the sun, and burst and brcuk with every
breath we draw.
Let Archimedes shoulder his lever and we
will find a resting place for It to move the
world. I.«t iiiiun ancient Medicus pant and
toll no moro for the drugs he so sorely needs,
for we have tbem at our hand, ever rtady to
iervo them at his beck.
Refined in the laboratory of Dr. Yagi.lel,
tho finest materials known tn the medical pro
fession are obtainable by any one. Hist
Billious. Dyspeptic, and Diarrhoea Pills staid
Unrivalled, and his Halve operates with magical effect upon hums, scalds, and all sores and
■leers of the skin.
In fact, we think Magoifi/s I'ills and Salv ■
are the wonder of tbis centnry, nnd we are
Happy in the thought that many others ol our
brethren of the cralt agree with us. We would
earnestly counsel that all families provide
themselves with Dr .Maggiel's Prepataiions at
Once, and knep ihem ready al baud, so as to
■ss them at the most opportune time and as
•eeaslo" serves.— Valley Sentinel.
ISTOTIOJE.
THE ROYAL HOTEL,
Wharf   Street,
HAS REDUCED ITS PRICES TO MEET
the times, and clean comfortable beds
can be obtained for 25 <\cnts per night or $1 50
per week.    Board $1 per dny.
S. HILL,  Proprietress.
\. B —Tbe Hotel is fire-proof. oc 1
"ROUND THE COMER"
is the name of tiie
3St:e~w   saloon
JUST OPENED I.V
Liuiglry   Nlrcct,   round   Uie
corner from Yates direct,
Iu tho building formerly occupied   by   lh«
Saloon of Kiikiiiiauiu's IIoiil.
The Saloon has been tastefully refilled,
and will bo supplied with tho
FIRST   QUALITY   OF
V/ines   and Liquors.
The proprietor respectfully invites the public lo call "ROUND THE CORNER" aud
judge for themselves.
UOVEIINEENT   STItKET    ENTRANCE — NEXT
door lo the Telegraph Ufficc.
se29       J icon   iii:iiKiiir,u
:p:r,i::vi::e
Yorkshire   Bacon!
Ex Royal Tar,
__For sale by
FELL & CO.,
seie, Yates street.
For Sale Ex Camden,
Hosteller, Bockrr, and Angostura Bitters,
Oregon Cider ln bbls. and ea-cs,
l Inn l ln casks, half-casks and cases, '
Saulerne and California While \l Ine,
French 4lcohol 90 O.P.,
Fug. i llqtiot, lliiinm and Bollenger Cham,
pngue,
And In   More nn  assortment of Rrnndy
and l.iijuiirs mll.iblt lor the funic.
c-jy Depot of Havana Cigars.
EUGENE THOMAS,
oc6 YuteB street.
REMOVAL.
W.   IIEATHOM
m
BEOS LEAVE TO INFORM BIS
triunds aud thc public that he has
removed his
Boot and Shoe Store
To Government stueet, two dnors from the
"Colonist and Cbronli le " Olliee, where he
will continue liis lloul, MaUing business.
BOOTS AND SHOES MADE TO OEDER
Of the best materials anil workmanship.
N.B.—Repairing done at shortest notice.
'  sc23
NOUVEAUTES
D'automne ex  D'hiveu.
J. H. TURNER ET CIE.,
Out l'lionneur d'informer lutirs
amis et le public quil viennent do
reeevnir un ussiirtiinent de Noiivi;-
autei ilu .Mndes dea Meilleurea liaisons do Paris.
MAISOV DE LONDRES.
Septembre, 1860. *u2!l
Union is accomplished and
Producers Protected.
Tbe country only cau  ho eared   hy
Patronizing
CAMERON'S   ISLAND   PRODUCE
IvH-A-IRKIET,
No.  18   Fort   street,   opposito   Mrs.   llonl's
Boarding-house.
SINCE   WE   ABB  TO   HAVE A TARIFT,
Islnnd Produce will ba In demand and to
supply the increase'ol' orders il has been
necessary to make arrangements with several
more hunters nnd lishemn-n ; also Producers
will always be abl • to find a market for their
vegetables and other produce, at reasonable
rales ; whilst consumers can have their demands supplied free of duty. The market
will henceforth be supplied with tbe finest
Venison, Fish and Game of every description.
Clams nnd Oysters from the newly discovered beds at ChcmuifiuB.
Since preparing the above wc learn that a
special Telegram hns arrived from the Home
(lovernment statinj; that Chinamen p-dlnrs
are to be taxed $30 per head, per month, nnd
knowing it to be a lata! shock to them, the
"Originil" will go In mourning for the space
of one month, in respect to their memory.
ON  y   PAiSLE   CHINOOK.
oc 7
—0* THB—
EUREKA CONCERT ROOM
HDEK THE B«5.l«E MK\T-OF MRS. QllltlES.
'THIS MOST FAVORITE AND FASIIIOV-
able place of amusement having been
entirely re-decorated will re-open This Evening nt!) o'clock. Mr. Ned Reed, the famous
Banjo Player will be in attendance to amuse
visitors with his minstrel Songs. At the Bar
the best of case Liquors and Havana Cigars
will be dispensed.
Open every  Evening at 3 o'clock, admission
tr*i. te 24
J. H- Turner & Co.
GOVERNMENT STIIEET,
VICTORIA, V. I.
LONDON   FIRM,
J. P. Tunstall & Oo-
LONDON    HOUSE,
September, 18C6.
We hare received by " ftoyal Tar" and late Express arrivals a
great part of our Autumn and Winter Stock. ll comprises as usual a
full assortment of Staple and Fancy Goods.
Linkns, Cottons, Prints, Damasks,
Blankets, Flannm.s, kc,
Di:i:ss OooDS, Tin; New Li.vskys, Skkohs, Mkuinos,
Popi.ines, Plaids, kc
Shawls—Hich Proclie, Wool, Himalayan, kc,
Ladies' and 0im.i)ni-:\'s Undi;i;i:lothino,
Mantles, Flks, BosUEJtY, Emjiuoideiuks, Lack
(jouD.s, bo.
Millinery Wreaths, Head Dresses, a beautiful selection
of Bonnets in tlie Laiulialle, Pamela, and other new
shapes;   Hats in silk, velvet, and straw.
This department is now under the direction cfa First Class French
Milliner, who arrived by last steamer.
Tlie altove goods Itave been scleded by our London partner with great
care, and will be sold on most favorable terms.
se21
II.   Turner   &   Co.,
Agents for Alexandre's Kid Gloves.
A   Triumph    oi    Science
TUE  LIGHT   OP   THE   WORLD
DR. MAGGIEL'S
PILLS   &  SALVE.
Tlieup L fe-iriv;iig n-medi •* ar» oavt fir tlie flr t
ti i, ir v puM cu lo t-i w r 1 For over ji (u li tdr
f ti mutiny in prl  at   practice tin- higreiluiilB in ih ic
Life-Giving Pills
II'V-   bo«q nse<t  with th*» irrcte't
mlnjti n  is n tony io    r vent    is sn . but  to
n!i i'i    rfi    vi'-.hi tin1 4! -  by     li ch  tl
lh
|i..lii'nt
iK  Biiif.Tinff    nod  ft' ■n\fK«raii»*   t  e     n'lui;
I'   th   -i ra ' add infirm a ww doioa of LIiuho
le I'll,   (Will   rove tube
A VERY FOUNTAIN OF YODTH,
V r in everv ca«e t'<ey add new life and vitality, and
e-t>ri'thew in g n ■ imit*. to their rlstine llaW. T.)
the jo g an mi <Jl ■ ged thfy will pmvB most in
trail) Me, a< a mi >, ipeoldc and ster intr medicine.
fre Is a ilri'Hin realized, tint Pono«»de-lrfon sought
TOT i In en hundred rrtttt ngo, ond n»v«r r iiBdi Me
inukd for h I U'lniri thai would restore the old to
'. ijM-r iiin! niiik'1 ; outh tftUC
Au Eternal Spring-!
It um left f«ir llili -Vty nn<1 lintir tn realize tlio ilrenm.
nml ihim 111 tilie^liiriiiua Ikol the :hii;ic. LIihL ii «ilu
H fair.
THESE  FAMOUS  REMEDIES
Cannol stir thf flight of yeAM. but they can forco bick,
nn lioUl ilm.l, diseami hat nil bi trt lrt|fh rn'.-, Hit
ul; 'I and lbe youiij. ]»«*l ii'-iie be- t*lf Uttt, but
-. l|- thi- lnvoruble u,.portuuity that offers. When Ukeu
as prescubed—
For Billious Disorders
Nothinir rdli lie Mor* jrodurllre of cun than Ihem'
Plils—fb«tf Kimortt ni ai.: ixtttttntt la i-'.i nt o :
nnd the .-iul ci-nu rulUlits of till< in st ili»tr. ttiiiK
ili»"iise an reuiuvod. The he reun die. are nude irum
tbe purest
VEGETABLE COMPOUNDS.
They will nol barm thn imwl dollcato fcinal**, and
ra i bi ui -n with K"i)d t-1lt'i;l III j-r> rili-'I d« v- t<>
the )uungast Uibe.
For Cutaneous Disorders
And all era tt-'iin oT h<. sun1, Mi > s.vi.VK It nio*t In
VkltuMn It dofi n t heftl alei Hilly al.iii , bul pin"-
tr '«# with the uiu-ii h arcliliijf til i.i» lo tlie vory root
of ibe evil.
DR. MAGGIEL'S PILLS
Invariably cure ihe following Diseases
Asthma,
Buwel Complaints,
CuilRllfl,
CoIdH,
Cbtfet Dieases,
Costiveness,
DjHp^psia,"
Diarrh"a,
Dropsy,
Dainty,
Fever and Aei «,
PemaleCompIaints,
Headache,
Indiif itlnn,
Inll'i'-  zs,
Ibflamm tmn,
Inward Wealtnena,
Ll.ur Complaint,
Lowi.B-- o'Spirits,
Kinffwnrm,
Rheumatism,
Ht.it i >ei«n,
Scalds,
kin nWea*«*>
a*tW fTOTICB.— "nnpffiB,rfnn without the enrraved
trade-mark   ronnd o^ch p«.it or hot, Mgt)4»l b   DK. J.
'Ai.GI   1,, 43 P«lion street} Kew i ork. to co'interfe;t
wlii   li ig |,-l .ny.
*y Sold hy Til respeetnble D'al^rs in "edlt'lnea
thromrh-rt the United Slates aud Oabi;M—at 2ft enqu
per\»K or j>ot.
A. C. Langley & Co.,
Agents for Vancouver Island aad British
Colombia.
THE PARK HOTEL
TiJBLE   D'HOTE
fflHIS trail KNOWN AND IlEAUTI-
X fully situiiteil Uo cl is now fi leil up in
tho must luxiirom style for boarders nnd
lodgers. Privule roums can be hud for
parlies.
A
WILL   BE   LAID   EVKllY    AFTERNOON
AT    5   O'CLOCK.
Every description of amusement, including
music, :s provided for the guests.
I,allies and gentlemen can find in the Park
IIoli-l a c mf-iriiihle and luxurious home.
ihe best of wines nnd lii|iiors kept on hand.
I.nijit's van buvu free use of a phaetou for
town drive.
Boarding by the week nt low prices to suit
the  tim.-s. oc 5
JDorborg & Eueffi
COMMISSION'   MERCHANTS,
Imporiersniid Wholesale Dcale-s in
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS,
15<>ots; and Shoes,
Wharf street, Victoria, V. 1. oc 2
BRITISH    PERIODICALS.
The London Quarterly Rev:ew (Conservative).
The Edinbtr gh Review (Whig)
The >estminsterReviuW (Radical)
The North Britiah Review (Free Church)
Blackwood's Edinbur2h iiagazine (Tory)
Tlm fo'ir R»vi*»w« re-i'ii'dialied by Mi»a<rt P00Tt ft
Oft,, nv it**t\frt\ y hi Kidctd im td** Omit Roviewa,
mi.j HMi'kwiHit, nu veti j m'ly i i.t- -<i in the tt}me
rink.   Whi v^r lfiptH*ffl  wnlir itdjir pn li«*ali»*iiH of
tJiitclii"*,   wh  (ivtr SIIJ  "•»M)I    oii'iral  i i'T'im illun,
h-MI nki   bu uit<K"!ilnT ii'l.iiiil the time   in wblefa he
Jve»—nnd mi ti cif titiu'B ii petto ■ tiuiv ttttt get very
'iu iic'-jni.    Tli •> in y ii''   i-ivi uml   itudied  wnh  ad-
I'nti'ji e hy ihl in "i'ii- o' ihi. I'Niiiu'., oi every oreiMl
illll  [UtlV.
ur BLvOKVOOf) li umKunll lUrtatiM tt thii
tun- t" A»n"ii An-., not only t r It. son i ■rtifl^n tiy
lUtlDfttUh-td Tittrtoi  mil n hut fur   bl Mfinuot «il
■be Ui- civil w r now being wititi*) iy Ul, ton
B'rk', idr nni.i.m.-i',-, olil I- '--ttul iu Uuii. J. E. i>.
•tuart, of tlm Oonfiuicr*i« nitnv.
TKUMri    KOR   1886.
Fur aujr mif or tht H«vt«WI $1 ptf tinmm
C.rnn md fit tht Bttiettt  7 **
for tny tlineof lbs    MflWI 10 *'
Km all f.mr of lbe Hnviewn 12 "
Km lllackwo d'v Muni!     4 "
Kxrlllnckwood and  < no Hnvl  w  7 "
For Kin kwi-od nnd Any two of tlio R«-
vl-wi 10 "
For HUckwo .dauil three off Ui« H«-vmn...lH '•
Fur III iiikwiji.d md ihe four tioviuwi 15 "
CLUBS.
A discount of twenty percent, will he t'iowed to clubs
of fuur or more |>erso'iH Tuns, fuur c pies of
Blankwrod, or ofon« evtpw will be Ment tu one ad*
dress or 412 80. Four eupics of the four Reviews and
Btiiokwood, fur $48, and ho on.
POSTAGE.
When tent by mnll, the Postaok to ^ny p»rt of the
United t tSffwll be uttwMiil -lour cent-a year for
11 lackwood," aud but eight centa a year foi each of
the Review!.
Reduced Prices for previous years-
Snbdcrlbirs may obtain he Bepiinti imuaeaiately
preofdiog 481 6, as 'oil w*, viz. :
Illaekwood from S pl.in -i*. 1814. to December, J8G5
iochnlve, at tht- ratt'ot $2 60 a year.
Tlie yorth British from J«nunry. 18R8, to BflCember,
1K65, iiichiKivf the Edinlmrah nd the Westminstertrnm
•p 11 18F4, t" D*t#mf«-H IM\ inehuive, nnd tbe
London Quarterly <-r theyeur 18.6, atth« rate of $1 50
a yi;ir mr each or nny    evl w.
4W A f**«flpiis yti r-m in of all the four Revisits
for iSCS  t *4 - vet, ur >.l to for any one.
"-    LEONARD   8COTT    &   CO.,
Publishers, 38  Walker Street. N. Y-
l, 9. &Co.,a1co publiih the
:f.a.:r:m:f:r'S o-xjiide
Bj Hobt Pnntim. nt EiUnbiirjh. nnii Hie la.e J. P.
Nohtuv, I T le olleir.. 2 t.iIi. Eoy»i OcUvo, 1800
p&tzei, and nuiDeroUi Eagravlngl-
V/jec »T fw Vu, two wtamei— bj Hill, pn«t paid,
1* **■ ii Tt
TUE  O.NE  THING   WANTED.
IIOLLOAVAY'S PILLS.
Tlio Blood.
These famous tnlls nre io composed tin
they operate wholesomely on the sioiiisoh, the
liver, the bowds, nii'l other ort'ims, by corrcet-
iuiT any dermiceinenis in ttn-ir I'unclioiia
wherehy a stendj -up|ily of pure mutcriitlB tor
the renewal ol Ihe lllooil is mi ni-linl, nml a
constant HbBlrneiinii ot i-lfete products is ef-
ti-i-i,--l. This pi'i'lii'l circulation thus become!
the very fouutnin of health nnd lile, Hnd overcomes all form ot disease wherever Us skua.'
tion.
Ueneral niMordem of Ihe Live,
and  Momach.
All who ever indiilirc a' '.able, either In eal-
•ng or drinkinp, should take about ten of t!:es-
tuiiiiius |iill»ni bed time, from which »illre»
suit a clear head and pood Btomach ihe fi.II w-
ing morninj!. Thousands of l.adics are always complaining of sick headaches, wnnt o
appelite, want of enrrm, and want ol strength,
to correct all these evils, three or four ol thes«
I'ilU should be taken twioe a week, when they
wml I give the invalid .ae Ik..i1i1i ami uppetiU
of a p'ouphman.
Females or all Apes and Classen
Olistruriloiid of any kind, either in yonnff
or those between forty and lifty—the most critical peiiod of life—niay be radically removed
by using these Fills according to the printed
directions which accompany each box. Younft
persons with sickly and sallow complexions
may have the bloom ot liealih reatored by thi?
corrective, wi ich purifies the blood and es.
pels all gross and impure humors from thesys-
tem. Heware Iliea of the critical age Iron
lorty to lilty, aa it sends ninny thousands to
premature grave,—these Pills should bo take*
it that period ol lile two or three tin.es ■"
teek
IVant  of Strength and Energy.
Persons of sedentary habits, or those troubled in mind, working in Factories or 0o»l
I'ils, who cannot obtain that amount ol freak
nir and exercise which nature requires, suffer
from weakness and delility, lowness of ipir;:s
and wnnt of appetite. All such should 'akn • ,
lose or two ol theii Pills every Ihree ur fom
days, ns they act gently and eltectuully on th«
system and impart vigor and energy to lbs
body, which is always lollowrd by a go.id
appetile, sound and refreshing Bleep, and »
high llotr of spirits.
For (he run' ot Dropsy^
The cdlo cy of Ilollnway'i Pills In Dropsy
is extraordinary. Th"y act with Biieh a peeu-
linr i-tli-i't upon Ihe system, tbat the fluids
causing llli.i iliii-inl complaint, nre peiceplihl
•a lied off and priivenlid from any furthel
acciiinulalion. The sullorei r gains a buoy-
iiiu-y nl |p|l ils nnd n-joifes in a completely
renovated DOUSlllullon. It is IniilBpeusably
nece.-snry thnt the (liniment should be most
i-lfi'ciii illy ruhlii-d iniu the cninplalning par'ji
during ihe whole course ol treatment.
Children and their Allmeittr.
In no country in the world nre more children
curried to an early grave than in Great Britain.
Coughs, Measles, Soirlntinn, Fevers, and other
diseases attack the little sufferers, apd death,
but too often, follows nt a rapid pace j yet if
nl the first stage ol tbese complaints, parents
were to have recourse to Holloway's Pills, all
danger woulc be avoided, for the stomach
nnd bowels would ue gently but effectually
cleansed bv this milu aperient; the depraved
numors corrected ana ineBecreiions doiy regn-
lated. A perfect cure would «oon bo effected, and the I'ttle patient restored to sonn>'
health.
Holloway' Pi. t ue the best known remedy la U
world fi« the following diseases:
Sold at tht ipi^tiilslmKiii of I'rn ts-nr Iloli.iwjiy, S41
strand, (near Tenu-le B»r.) I n-tnu ; aln-- h.\ all retpecl
able Drupa-ia'9 anil Dealei" l" Me iciin.--■ l-iminliniil th«
civilised worlit.at lot lollnwlag pticea— Usl.jj|.,ll. 04.
is. lid. lis., 22b., and 33s. cai-b Imx.
Afiue
Female  lrreguliir
Scrnfu'a orKloy a
Anthnia
ltl«*
Evil
BilliouB Co ujplalnti
Fever of all kind-
-nra Throati
Flu
-tone and <;rave
Blotches    ou    tb>
I'Ollt
iseeoadary tymp-
PWn
Head Ache
t<'Q]«
Bowel complaints
tnd|n*tioi
iit Doloreoz
CollOH
hiriiiiiiiii.tMiin
Tuuiori
Ct)Ds*.ipAtion ofthe
.)auudii:u
Ulcere
Bowln
Liver Complaints
\fi.iTcal     aflet
Consami-tion
Lumbu^o
tlonn
Dobilltv
hlea
Worms    of   a
DropHy
Rheumatlnm
knnda
Dyieutry
Hoicuiiou ef Urine
U fakness     from
EryiipelAS
whatever cause
*** Tliere [<* a considerable saving by taking th*
nrffpr sizes.
Dlrectuma for the guldr nee of patttuts lo every dljor
der aro alllxcd to iwcli box.
Printbd and Publiphed by McGldm & Oo. »t
1    the offlct, Langley Street.

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