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VOL. I.
VICTORIA,   VAJVCOuVeH   ISLAND,   TUESDAY   EVENING,  SBPTBMBBR   18    18«6
NO. G7.
THE
"EVENING TELEGRAPH,"
muwio
Ererv   Evening at  4   O'Clock,
(Sat.rday and Sunday evenings eicepted.)
ALSO EVERY
SUNDAY    MORNING !
■ri'.it Ms OF stii-nt II'Tio% i
I'erAnaum.ln advance, by mall, ..$10 00
ftr »il   in.mtli.     a 00
Her W-ek, payable lo Carrier        %o
IDfl" Copies, •       '"
For terms of Advertisement apply at the
Oflice. Lan?ley Street-
New   Advertisement*.
lMlMcellancotiH.
Lakb Dwki.mngs IV Bwitzbblabd.—
The first discosery, as generally happens
in sucb cases, wus accidental. The remains of piles must bare lii't'n often observed in the winter when the water is at
its lowest; but tliey were, probably, dismissed from consideration nR old fi*hiii^
takes. However, in the winter of 18o.'l-
K, the waters of the luke of Zurich sank
to an unusual level—14 incites below tlie
stone guage at Stafa—wliicli had not appeared since 1674 Largo tracts of saml
aod pebbles were brought to light. It
struck the thrilty Swiss that Ihey might
atilise tbese for cultivation ; and nceord-
ingly, by Meilen, iu the northwest corner
of the lake, excuvations were begun with
a riew of throwing np a permanent dam.
A layer of silt, from 1 to 2 feet deep, wus
thrown ont, uncovering a layer of peat-
like soil two and a half feet deep. In
this were found a great quantity of vari-
ons articles—wood, straw, rushes, tree-
branches, strangely formed stones nml
heaps of bones, and, what was most
reinarknble, a number of evenly distributed piles slicking in the earth, so rotten
that tbey could easily be broken with a
spade. This revelation excited the itten-
tion otf Dr. Ferdinand Keller, President -of tbe Antiquarian Society of
Zurich, whose intelligent explorations
entitle him to be considered es the
principal discoverer of the luke dwellings.
Cariosity was naturully powerfully excited, and before long the sumo phenomena
were found to belong to the hikes of Cou-
stance, Hienne, Neucbtitcl, Geneva, and
a host of Bmallcr one*, so that iu about
ten years more than two hundred pile villages have been identified, and to a certain extent explored. Tbey were at once
connected with the CrnnnoKos, or palisade
islands, discovered in Ireland in 185G ;
and fresh light was thrown on them by
similar observotions elsewhere, in Savoy ;
in Italy, in the Siarnberger sen of Bava-
ris, in the Moravian lakes, toe Jutland
moon and the island of Liiplni d. Such
buildings have also been observed suspended between trees in savage countries.
Humboldt saw them on the Orinoco ;
and they have been found iu Kcundor ;
nor do the pahs of New Zealand greatly
differ from tbem iu character—Gentle-
nan's Magazine. •
The following is from the pen of a fan
who " loved not wisely, hut too well,"
anij (fOt married : '" The way to judge of
(woman's character at lirst sight is lo
ascertain the color of her petticoat. A
black petticoat indicates low spirits, u
hatred of washtubs and activity, nnd a
taste for dyspeptic literature ami qtiio
lode. A latly who wears a black petticoat could no more read and understand
this paragraph than she could suck up the
Atlantic with a three-cent cyringo. A
white petticoat shows nclinrncier just the
opposite—an unsullied iiiitid, nnd a tnsle
'or romance. A woman who tukes naturally to white petticoats, and never wears
aay other, is an institution to which young
Rontletnen of connubial proclivities should
lose no time in paying due attention. The
•*d petticoat, however, is something of
which mankind should beware ; it is the
insignia of Xantippes—a style of females
*bo cot their toe-nails with " their husband's razors.'1
A Prussian hospital was recently fitted
°P for two in tbe present war, io which
•II the modern improvements of surgery
•re employed. A circular saw, driven by
team, is one of these, and it is said to
wosed in milking amputation : the speed
*ith which it does the work being an
™»ioas advantage. The old ' sawbones '
•nrgeons will no doubt be astonished by it,
•nd with a saw that makes three thoisand
revolutions a minute, the unlucky patient,
""der influence of ether, can bave a leg
w »rm taken off so quickly that he may
not know either how or when it was
•lone.
I Among tbe fashionable arrivals that are
frequent in Paris, of late, are Englishmen,
"ringing their own row-boats by rail, for
'heir amusement on the Seine, or to compete at the numerous contests which are
opened by Paris clube.fl
LI8I OF ARRIVALS
At the Mount Ararat Hotel during the months
of June, July, nud August, 18111.
June—His Kxccllenev Governor Kennedy, Mr
William   A  ti   Vuuug, Mr.   Ueiij    \V
Pearse.
July—Messrs Jns Wilciij, F Dupray, Jns Reed
Mueadnin, Julio Hand. Louis Phflpot,
t \V Alwood,J II Ford, B S Hatch, Sir
Jas Djuglns, D Fraser, Ii S Whitting-
ham.
August—II K Seelye, W E Stronach, J
Itobenson Slowsrt, Tlios Lett Stal-
schtnid', Hoht Ilurnnliy ; John Nicholson, U M Titu-i, F If Clreen, llenj \V
Pearse, Acting Surveyor General, K
llomfVay, II (1 Tiedemann ; James Me
Cutehun ; Wm Denny, Win Wilson,
Joseph Hilton. II II anil J; Kenneth Mc-
Ki-nzie, Jr, Wm B McKenzie, David 11
Blair, Chas Redl'ern, Cb-iS Kent,
sc 4-lni
Alhambra
Now Advancements.
RE-OPENING
EUREKA CONCERT ROOM
I'lfDEK THK itnOERVT OK ffftS. QtUttLB.
^TJIIsS MOST PAVORITH AND PASHIOX-
■** able piact: of amusement li iviog Ween
entirely re-decorated will re-open Thii Evening at !J o'clock. Mr. Xcri Heed, the famous
Banjo Player will ba In attendance to amuse
visitors with his minstrel riongs. At lbe Bur
the best of case Liquors and Iluvuna Cigars
will be dispensed.
Open every  livening at 9 o'clock, admission
free. au24
FASHION   HOTEL
Concert   Room,
THT!
EVENING TELEGRAPH
BILLIARD    S A L 0 0 N i The only Place of Amusement in
Town I
COltlVHl (iOVEUVJIF.1T AMI wns srs.
UP-STAIRS.
Entrance on Yates Street.
se 3-lm
Snorbora^ & Kueff,
COMMISSION  MERCHANTS,
Importers and Wholesale Dcale-s in
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS,
Boots jind   SlmcN,
Wlnirf street, Victoria, V. 1. se 2
•HAVANA-CIGARS
LEWIS' &  ANTHONY,
TOBACCONISTS,
47 Yates St., Brick Store
Next lo Corner of Government St.,
BEG TO INFORM THEIR FRIENDS AND
tne pnblic in general Ihnt ihey will con-
stuntly receive by every simmer a pood assortment ut ftpniilnc navaim t iirai-s
and Ihe Itcsl Ida mis Of Tobacco,
imported direct for this market, so thai they
nre able to .ompr-te with any hrnse on this
Island, either Wholesale or Retail.
N.   II-—.Special   attention  will  be paid   to
Countrv  nrdf-rs.
1IE1MAN  LEWIN.     |     LOUIS ANTHONY,
se 2
Jesse  Cowper,
1^
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
BOUTS km SHOES,
LEATHER,
—AND—
SHOE    FINDINGS,
YATES    STREET,
OPPOSITE WELLS, FAROO <!k ft"
At tlio old stund of Webster & Co., H
lirepnrcd to supply the tvunls of tlio
public in bis line.
The Latest Stvles
Received by every arrival from Engltl d
ami San Kriineiseo. se 'i
In the Court of Batnkruptcy tf the
Colony of Vancouver Island
Saturday, thc 1st day of Sept., A.D. 180B.
TV'HEREAS, A PETITION FOR ADJUDI-
t V cation of Bankruptcy, bearing date Ihe
31st day of August inst., has been duly filed
by Paris Carter, of Fort street, in the City of
Victoria, Collector uf debts, and he having
been declared a Haukrupt, is hereby required
to surrender himself to His Honor Joseph
Needham, Chief Justice of tiie Supreme Court
of llankruptey aforesaid, on Wednesday Ihe
lllth aay of September next, at 11 o'clock in
the lorenoon, precisely, at the Court House,
James Bav, Victoria, and make a full discovery and disclosure ol his estate and effects,
wben and where, the creditors arc to come
prepared to prove their debts, and at tbe first
sitting to choose asgigness and commence thc
examination ot the Bankrupt, and nt thc la9t
sitting the Bankrupt is to finish his last examination.
All persons indebted to thc snid Bankrupt,
or who have any of his effects, are not to pay
the same hut to Mr. W. R. H. Adamson of
Government street, the Official Assignee appointed, and give noiice to
JOHN COPLAND,
Solicitor, Bastion street, Victoria.
se Md
rplli:  UNDERSIGNED HAVING LEASED
JL   these  well   known  establishments, begs
leave to announce that tliey will be
Ee-opened on Saturday, July 28.
The former Billiard Hall has been converted
into n Concert Room, where may always bo
fouud attentive and obliging attendants.
Best qualities  of Wines, Liquors, aud Cigars served by the proprietor in person.
CHAS. BROOKS.
gtttf" ADMISSION   FllKK. all  26
EEMOVAL.
DR. POWELL HAS REMOVED HIS
Surgery and Residence to the corner of
DOUGLAS AND BROUGHTON STREETS
(near Fort).
OttlOl Hoons—9 A. M.   to   12  M-, and  8
P. M. to 10 P. M.
August 23. au 26
NEW    WESTMINSTER
GAME   DEPOT,
YATES   ST.,
Next door to  the corner of Government,
opposite Zelner's Drug Store.
rpHB SUBSCRIBER HAVING MADE AR-
X rungements to receive from different
parties lbe produ-e of the Islund and country
will be prepared to lurnisb
Game,
Fish,
Fruits,   •
Poultry,
Eggs   and    Vegetables,
Each  and all in  their season, at thc lowest
nu ,'il-lm
prices.
JAMES   ALLE\.
Oriental Restaurant,
YATES   STREET,
In connection wilh the Oriental ITotel.
THIS   ESTABLISHMENT   IS   OPEN     T
ALL HOURS OF THE DAY OR NIGHT.
TJHHB    TABLE
Will bo furnished wilh the best tho murk -i
affords.
Breakfast,
Dinner,
Supper
At moderate prices.
Oysters   in   every   Style
Private Rooms for smnll or large parties.
Cull and judge for yourselves.        au 30-lm
"ROUND THE CORNER"
IS THE NAME OF TIIE
NEW    SALOON
JUST OPENED IN
Lanslry   Street,   round   Ihe
corner from Yates street,
In  the building formerly  occupied   by   the
Saloon of Ebeuiiardt's Hotel.
. _____
Thc Saloon lias been tastefully refuted,
and will be supplied witb the
FIRST    QUALITY   OF
Wines   and  Liquors.
Tbe proprietor respectfully invites the public to call "ROUND THE' CORNER" and
judge for themselves.
GOVEII.NEKNT   STREET    ENTRANCE — NEXT
door lo the Telegraph Office,
au 29        JACOB   HGUKIMEK.
W
GENERAL
Job   Printing
ESTABLISHMENT
Langley Street, Victoria,
The  Printing    Office
OF THE
EVENING
TELEGRAPH
Office is replete with every appliance
and variety of Material for tbe
Execution of
LETTER PRESS   PRINTING!
Iu all its branches, whether
Plain or Ornamental
'THE OFFICE AIMS at securing
JL such Bpeedy Execution of orders as is
consistent with correct and elegant Workmanship.
Orders received for Printing
Books, Business Cards,
Pamphlets Invoices,
Catalogues Hill Heads,
Sermons, Trade Forms,
Reports . Circulars, (Plain
Rentals, Coloured,)
Leases, Hand   Rills   (Plain  or
Law Forms of every Coloured,)
description,
For Prices,   apply   at the   Offlce.
Langley street,
General News Agent
J. 8 tra t ma ii.
EMPIRE NEWS DEPOT
Cor. Washington & Sansome sif.
S:m Francisco.
rpilR ADV RTISKR is prepared to supply
_L with punctuality and celerity ihe annexed
newspapers and periodicals upon the following
terms All orders, to receive immediate alien-
lion, must he accompanied by cash remitiance,
and handed in previous to tho 4lh, 1-ith, and
2-lth ot ench month.
London Paily  Time JU 01
Tlit Fiel-1  11 <>0
"      lllu«traKilTime«..  TOO
"      Weekly Titnei       7 00
"       BeU'«i.ifein Unilon 14 IK1
•      Weekl) Dl»p»lek UM
"       III. Newiofll.e World  1400
«       Public Opinion  ' M)
'       Index    : Ind" 1100
"        111.   Spnrtillf New»  800
"      Spec-tutor  II 00
"       Review   I40U
"       Saturday K<vi«w 14 (10
Pnlill-i Nation I'iOO
Ura4u.i IUu'trmtad Kill 14 00
Allan!',: Uontbl; a on
IHnckwoo-IV MaRAzine 3110
H»rp"r»« KaftitM   J 00
Bbcponn Magtttoi 3 on
KnioktiMoker 8&
Pacific M mt'ily   SOU
Godfti'aLAdiM BooK...,   'no
Mmlcal Hon 3 00
Continental MaRa/ine  a(»0
Mndnm IVmorest'd    oiithlv ;l OU
V. lA-tiie'e now K*mily Mnrasmfl  3 00
Oh.nu'i^rp' K.linbnriili   oornal 4 00
M"iUlily   pap«rs,' luce a   Week .'i on
•' "        All 111* Yonr  lloiMid BOO
Tlvickorav'BCorHliillMajftiine 60C
London LuncK a 00
S. A. Sala'B Tempi.- Bu H 00
Loudon Society Manaimo r,,«)
St James Magaiinfl fi 00
F.linburgh Review 10 00
LoodOB    llo^irw 10 00
North BritiahHeview 10 00
^tploiinfler Renew 10 00
1 nn.lon Art   Journal IS 00
;li;.inj &  Smeiliog Mai; Vatt
Mibcallaoeoui.
EX   FIDELITER
A Choice lot of Bacon
Just   Arrived.
For Sn'e by
nu 2
P.   Gilligan,
STOKR  STREET.
LUMBEB
VLABOJ   ASSfiKTMKNT   OF   ROUGH
nnd dressed for sale cheap,
J. ROBERTSON STEWABT.
Victoria, V. I„ 'JOtb August, 18GG. au 22
EXPRESS LINE STA6ES,
'T'HR COACHKS OF TINS LINE Wilt.
JL now run regularly, leaving Yale, ti, C
on
MondajM,
WcdncNdayN,
And I'rldayn,
AT 7. A. M.,
FOR    SAVANA'8     rilllltV
(Ili)f liend Route), until the completion of the
road, when they will go to -Savana's Kerry,
The Coach for Cariboo will leave Yale on
Monday.
jy 1 F. J. BARN*RD.
TIIE GREAT   KEMEDY   OF   THB
AGE.
HOLLOWAY'S OINTMENT.
Thc   effect   ol  the   Ointment   on    th*
Syitein
To the v-ryco-e and centre of nl)  disrnsfi
which aft-ct the hiinnui body, this rpomrkable
prepRni'ion penetrates. It disappears under
thc Friction of the hands, as •alt dif>appearB
when robbtd u,>on meat. The unguent performs its healing errand rapidly, safely, aad
without pair.. Simple eruptions, open sores,
bard tumors, fcrofuiouj developments of all
kinds, ubecsses, cancers, old nounes. and, in
tact, every spec'h-s of inflammation and suppuration, whether in tie skin, the flesh, tba
glands, or among thc muscles, can be nrreateb
in ill destructive course, and permanently
cured wit' out danger by rubbing in this inestimable Ointment.
Had     l.i--,.   Ilail   Rreants,'
Sm.-,   nnd
Jn mnny Hospitals in Kurope this celebrated
remedy is now used for the cure of old wounds,
Bores, and ulcers ; in Spall) and Portugal, and
in many parts of Italy, the first Physicians ra-
regnlarlj prescribe its use. It is a sovc:cigt
remedy for^md brefttlfl and bad legs; and like*
wise for all skin diseases. It is to be found in
the chest of nearly every sailor, soldier, aud
emigrant.
liiipruflcnfles of 1 «ni*h : -Son ■ nnd
Llcera.
The above class ot complaints is surely r*>
noved by nighily fomenting ihe parts with
v-rni uuier. urid then by most effectually rub
iiing in thi* (liniment. PsriOOl suffrling front
,in i6 dlrefn) compUtnti nbonid Ion not » mo
oieni in arresting their progress. It should hi
a* 'I' rstood that it is not sufficient merely to
linear the ointment on tbi tflkeMd parts, bul
.I mufl tn-w< il ruhhed in for some coiiMderablt
time tw ortbrttUmti i day,th»t it may bt
tnken into the system, whence it will remov.
only hidden sore or won id as effectually a*
though it ware palpable Lo the eye. Hi cad and
wuier poultices, niter the rubbing in ol tt.
Oiniment, will do great nervice. This is tb(
jnly proper treatment for females in cases of
cancer in tho stomach, or for those who sufh^
Irom a general b--iiring do* n.
■■lit-*,  FUlulaN.  Slrlt litrr*.
Blotches,analsoswellings, Cl*n with oertaintj
be radically cured if the OlatlBtBl be i ne<j
freely, and ihe Pills be taken night and morn*
ing as recommended in the printed in strut tiiont
W hen treated in MJ other way thefe complaint,
inly dry up in one place to break out in an-
>ther; whereas this OlntmtBt will remove the
buinor from lbe lyRtetn, and leave tbe patien
\ vigorous and healthy being. It will requir*
.ime, aided by she use of tne Pills, to ensure
acting oure.
Di pi In if ii, Rror ehltU, Snie Th rosin.
Any of the above class of diseases raaj be
-ureil by well rubbing the Ointment three
.imes a day upon the skin covering the throat,
chest, and neck ol the patient. The unguent
will soon penetrate the pores nnd give immediate relief. To allay the lever and lessen tha
infliuuation, eight or ten Pills should be taken
night and morning. Tho Ointment will produce persp:ration, which is so essential for
remo-'ing fevers, sore throats, nnd those oppressions of the chest which arise from
Aethn a, Bronchitis, and otber causes.
lloih the Plnminu mitt  phi*  should
he   Used   In   Ihe   following   Caici :
itfltl T rffB
rnrn« (Corns)          Bhfiimatiam
Hii.l Hrttb>tl
Cancer?                     If tnWdt
BtttflR
C^otmcted        endiSort Nipplea
Riinioiw
Slit .lornt*           '--rcThroiit
t'ilcol Motehi tnes
Blepbanttisli         skin -list-as
ami Santl-Kliei
Ki«tula»                  WBerrj
'I"ut                           r%H betkdt
MO-bM
rhwfrcr-foot
.ilnn'lnlar    Pwt-li tr-iinord
liiiir*                      [n«er«
;M1blAinn
1. mb»p>.                 Wtninda
C'bapped IlandM
Piles                       'Vawt
1
Suit! fit t' e. EMsWi-htTifnt of Ptofupjor Houowa
iU, Utraod. 'near IViiij.l.' Hm), Loo<1(>n ; also b; a
.•e'poctflble Drugclsta tad Peaierfi In Medicines through
•tit the civilized world, at the foll'-winc prices la. 1X4
2. &d 4* tid.. 11a., 22, and 33s., enchP.it.
*„* the.rt t a coaniderable saving bj taking tbe tar&%v
itt-a.
N'P..—JJirectiona f^rihe rnM"nce of Patiinib; in  er«»
<itnii)Sl ..re ailiii J to t*th Pot. ;beiting   cDticgrapfj.
Irt'ESDAT EVENING, SEPT. 18, 1896.
COMMERCIAL.
PAKHUMiKll..
|p,r itmr ELIZA ANDERSON from Piiget
uunl—Mrs Abbott nud 2 children, M Piker,
hi Stuck, Ur Grc-i-n ami wife, M Shelten,
jtfe ana. daughter, llurd and Ron, Dr Tol-
l,Pi Theobald, Willi* and wife, Mrs tatty,
l Peterson, N Honea and wife, .Mrs I. II Dur-
Ln, Mrs Liviigslon and boy, .S l)..nlop, J«s
fealei, Warren, Mrs E J Dyer, John Krieraler,
lartleit and wife, Capt Perkins, Kate Hani.
la'ii, Mrs lliiblis, Ur Julia llurnard, Kitty
nd J It oolckmea.
Per itmr JO*tE McNEAU fm Puget Hound
-S Perkins, 11 C Hale, BIUl Oalliher, Mrs
balliher and 3 children, J W,<tson, K Cooke,
JH Manso.i, wife and 3 children, Asbcr Marten!, Mrs S»r«cnt, J H Ketlctt, Mrs Ketlctt,
Uri H Winsor, Mrs N Crosby, A J llrown,
Era G Kellogg, Mrs hhorey, Mrs Maddneks,
King, Miss Stewart, Mrs C U Terry, Dr G
llellogg, Mrs Butler, I I) Morris, W J Marks,
Krs G A Meigs, Mrs Pray, Mrs Boyd, Mrs
Campbell, Miss Knox, W U llurch, Miss Mhep-
,rd, II Harmond, N Adams, J Pugh, Mrs T M
,ed.
EXBEZZLEHEST   BV   AS    Exi'HESS   AOINT —A
San Francisco despatch of Sept. 12th, says :
—Peter D. Heady, for several years past
agent for Wells, Fargo k Oa.aA Gold Hill,
Nevada, ens arrested oo thc BserameiitO boat
yesterday afternoon, a few moments before
her departure, on tbe charge of embezzling
mho • j.'ijjinu uf the Company's fund
■ olli're.    The fact   of hi.  di-taleatiou   ,
totatatl some two  meatbt ago, when bt wat
Sllperi eile-l, and Upon the di-euvery of his
criminality lie made an attempt tu blow hi-
liraius nut, but wat ensue* Nsrol. Bind then
he ba. remained ia .Nevada liiu-l ul the time
and nn attempt, were mn-le t<> erresl bin 'hen
nlthnlijrh a elo-e watch was kept onilll lU"Ve-
inenls. tine of the III.ill:.|_'< i - uf Well , FafgO
aOo.'l i.! iii- le it i.e.I that lie WM ill llatjt-
ville, and steps were abuut being taken tu
arrest him there, when he BUM tu this city.
A warrant was taken out yesterday aud placed
in the hands of Capt. Lees, who, iu company
with detective Johnson, emplnyed by Well.,
Fargo k Co., proceeded tu the iNierameuin
boat nnd took him into custody immediately
after be went onboard. Deadly made a lull
runtessinn of his guilt. A preliminary investigation will be hail in the police court at
oue o'clock to-inurrow afternoon.
tinsitiiiiiM.
Per stmr JOSIE McNEAIt rm Puget Sound
-Carson k Co, Hutchinson k Co, J Cooke,
[ Winsor.
IMPORTS.
Per Btmr JOSIE McNEAIl fm  Puget Sound
-U hd cattle, 70  bd Bheep,  2   hogs, 21 lid
tattle, r-0 hd sneep, 200  lbs tomatoes, TB doz
eggs, '40 lbs butter, 200 Iba timothy seed, 2
del chickens.
■ HIPPINU IBTBLMUlBHCIt.
POBTOFVICTOUIA, VANCOUVER   ISLAND.
MTIMPt
Sept 18—Stmr Josio McNear, Winsor, Port
lAofiloi
Bimr Eliza Anderson, Finch, Port Angelos
CLKABED.
Sept 18—Sip Louisa, Cutler, Salt Spring
Stmr Fideliter, Erskine, Astotia
Stmr Eliza Anderson, Finch, Port Angelos
SchrElisa, Middleton, Saauich
Schr Discovery, llidlin, New Westminster
III Luoa.—Mr. Anthony,   of   the   firm  ot
l.ewin k Anthony, recently received a  letter
I from relations in Germany, making  Inquiries
j for his cousin    Anthony,   who   has   for
somo time been a hand-carter in this city.
Jt appears that the latter's . ,-.ter, residing in
Minnesota, has -recently lost her husband,
who left her a Urge farm and property worth
$50,000, and she writes for her brother to
come and Bhare her good fortune Not knowing his address, however, she wroto to liis
friends in Germany, who in turn wroto out
here, but unfortunately neglected to send the
Minnesota address, bo that Mr. Anthony will
hsve to write to Germany for thc address,
before he can communicate with his sister.
Govsasou oc Jamaica.—Sir John P. Grant,
thc new governor of Jamaica, came out tu hi.
government on the Inst trip of the West India
mail steamer Shannon. Sir John is represented as a proud stern man, who will be
likely to rule with a rod of iron. The Times
Bays that, in reply to a deputation of the
Anti-Slavery Society who wailed on him in
London, and suggested a policy of guvern-
ment, he told them tbey had belter use their
inllucnce with the negroes to make them refrain from any attempts at insurrection, M
they would be punished in tho most exemplary manner.
Pi.kasas'T. —Eighty passengers, more than
half of whom were ladies, arrived from the
Sound this morning, nud our retail drapers
and clothiers were unusually busy in consequence.
Salb of PiKAL Estate.—Pattrick's brick
building, corner of Government and Store
Streets, was sold yesterday to Mr. Rhodes for
$2,100. The lot is subject to $80 per month
ground rent.
Bt.Mtoi.ARV.—Tho house of Mr. Bcncker,
Fisgard street, was entered lust night while
the occupants slept, and $3u worth of clothing
carried off.
Fiibnch MiLLiNtav—The millinery department at London Ilou.e is now under the management nf a lady who arrived by last steamer from Paris.—J. If. Torn Kit it Co.        *
Thanks.—Wc are indebted lo .Mr. Morrison, mate of the Anderson, and Purser
Crosby, of tlic McNear, for favors courteously
rendered.
LioaiL Pbocebbisqs on the Sounb.—The
■tilt of Nick Adams against the Clallm
County Vigilnnco Committee came off on
Friday last at Port Towuseud. Plaintiff
claimed $25,000 damages for being unjustly
expelled by the Vigilantes in 1864. The jury
after being locked up 24 hours returned a
verdict for $2,000. The suit oMIigjins
against Captain Gray, of the U.S. garrison
•n San Juan, who expelled him from the
Island, wns also decided in lavor of the
plaintiff, who obtained a verdict for $5,000.
Pcost Sound Items.—Tho Tribune says the
rival steamers put the fare down on last
weeks trip to $2 50 to Victoria. Tom Lafont,
Dan Watson k Co. are performing in Olympia. Mr. Wm. Huntiugton has been re-appointed marshal of Washington Territory.
Two men were seriously injured at tho Port
Madison mills on tho 8th inst. One had both
legs broken, and the other one leg broken
and was otherwise seriously injured.
Citt Council.—This body met last night.
D. Edwnrdr was ordered to be summoned
before the Mayor, for putting up a Verandah
on Yates street, corner of Douglas, without
leave from the Council. The propriety of
raising revenue by enforcing the by-law of
1863, was discuasod, Messrs. Lewis, (Jowen,
and llebbaril speaking in favor of It. The
subject was deferred till next meeting.
Temperance Meetinu. — Rev. A. C.
UcDougall will deliver his second lecture on
Temperanco In the basement of the Wesleyan
church, to-night. Those who listened to thc
lecture on Saturday night, and to the preaching in th* theatre on Sunday afternoon, speak
very highly of his ability ns an orator.
From Puoet Sound.—The Bteamer Eliza
Anderson arrived at — o'clock this morning,
with 38 passengers. Tho steamer Josie
McNear arrived at 10:30 a.m., with 42 passengers, 26 of whom were ladies. She also
brought 40 head of cattle, 70 sheep, and a
quantity of produce.
'/Treasure Shipments. — The following
treasure was Bhipped by tho Active on
Baturday :—Bank of British North America,
$87,112 17; Bank of British Columbia,
$23,215 56 ; Wells, Fargo k Co., $21,971 88
—Total, $132,299 61.
Oue Mails in San Francisco—A telegram
in the Oreeonian says tho steamer Colorado
arrived from Panama on tho 12th, bringing
New York dates to August 21st. Wc should
receive by the Sparrowhawk English dates of
August 10th.
Towid m—Two lighter-loads of telegraph
wire were brought in from the ship Royal
Tar to-day, and the ship will be towed in by
the Fideliter this evening.
Port ok San Francisco—Thos. Gray has
been appointed by the President Naval Officer
uf San Francisco, vice Noah Brooks, removed.
Arrived DOWN,—II. M. S. Sparrowhawk
arrived at San Francisco this morning, having taken 4^ days to make the run duwn.
War aoain in Europe.—A telegram to-day
stat-e that a renewal of the war is fminiuent
iu Central Europe.
Da. Tolmie returned by the Anderson this
moruing.
TELEGRAPHIC
aothorising tbe King to mulce a loan tor
the liquidation of the late war nptOMt,
it \. us announced 0:1 what is considered
good authority, tbat should the lull lie
rejected the I'liumlier of Deputies will be
dissolved by royal decree.
1/iNi'uN, Sept. 14—Soon— Tlic money
market is Unaltered. Consols 01><• 11 r"(I it'
Mi; fnr mou v. Market for American
securities is firmer.
Eastern.
ITUPUDOn 1111: OOVEWmtHT.
Nl A'   V -Ilk, Sf|it.   I l.-'I'ln-  /V  '
tlmt one of lilt must ItuptndOM liniitU uii
the   (loveriiinerit   that litis  ever   Mat lu
light, bas been dlsoorered in Brooklyn.
it involves a contract tor supplies al a
very low Md. Hie contractors having previously entered into an igTWOMt wilb
lioverntnent officials in tbe Nnvy Yard
to superintend lbe delivery of goods by
wliicli tbey would get receipts for three
or four times the amount delivered, end
not pay   for them.    In  this wnv, during
Hit- p.i.-t four years, (lovcrnm- n   has 1 11
defrauded out ol a million dollar* The
Information was given by om of the par.
lies implicated, wlio lur ed m-i 1 eti-
deuce. The cue Is undergoing Investigation.
JICW  7,1
New Zealand dale* . ■ \], nf July.
The fourth Pailiamentc . Zealand was
formally one ed by His Ei ellancj tbe Governor, at Wellington, on tbe -so of July.
The laying of tbs submarine cable to con-
ncc tbe northern and middle Islands of Hew
Zealand wns to be commenced in a few days.
The cable bad arrived out safe in lbe clipper
siiip Weyinuiiili. Borne dreadful murden bad
taken phu-e iu the Middle Islands, per^Btrtted
by a gang of miscreants familiar with the
prisons of Australia, nnd whu have mure re-
eently been iBfesdng the west roast gold
fields, and systematically murdering diggers
for tlieir money.
Four vessels loaded with coals fnr the P.N.
Z. k A.M. Oo., tn route, to Wellington, were
wrecked during tbe late heavy galea on the
Austr ilnsinn coast, viz: the Bsk, near Sydney) Harricks Midas, Win. Wilson, aud Krata.
The cargoes of all were Inst, but the crews,
with the exception of Ihe Wilson's, were
saved.
There is peace everywhere in the North Island, except at Wanganul, where wc hear of
four hundred rebel [Maories, entrenched in a
pass along the line nf Hen. Chutes' iniirch.
Major McDonnell, of the eolnnial force, is
raising a fui-Ce of 400 men to attack ihem.
'Ihe telegrams which have been received
from the various colonies announre the depressing inllucnce which the recent European
news has In commercial circles. There is an
indisposition to transact business. Severe
storms have r&ged all along the Australasias
const, cimsing everywhere great damage to
shipping. The Victoria Parliament had been
further prorogued to the 21st of August.
South America. I
By Ihe way of Panama we have Valparaiso
dates of Aug. 3d, and Callap of Aug 14. The
Chilian ninn-o'-war Henrietta had arrived at
Valparaiso from England. She experienced
much bud weather during thc Voyage, which
BSUSed considerable detention. Tlie defeats
in the Spanish Cnrtez in relation to the bombardment of Oallso, bad caused nn little
amusement throughout Chili. Admiral Tucker has at length gut euminand of the Peruvian
fleet. Senor Mantero's conduct in this matter has given very general dissatisfaction,
Senor Garcia Mora had been recognized by
the Government of Chili ns Minister Plenipotentiary from the Republic of FciiHilor. There
Is but little of Importance to communicate
from Peru during tlie past fortnight.
New Advertisements.
New Advertisements
Dissolution   of Partnership.
TVOT'ICIS.
j UK  PABTXKR8HIP IlKUr.TOFDi'.i: EX-
1    i*iing hei-.ve.-i; Ipiar   Hibben
and .lie.' 1 Carsn ell u it t the nam*,
of Hibben A 1 14 been  this day dis-
lolved by mutual con
The • : 111 l-itiire   be   ear-
by Mr. T. N  HlblM n  who
eene all money due   In   ur  u«,i.
linu
Dated tbia 1 Itt lay el
THOMAS S M'IKU III".
J.lM   S  CARSWELL.
Witness  tu  tbs  signature of Thomas Kapler
Blbbea,
Oeoaoe Peaetss,
Solicitor, Vlcto ia, V I,
Witness to lbe Bi m at in- of James Canwell,
Bobrst Bianoe,
Sulicrur, Victoria. V. I.
■e 13-lm
RED LION HOTEL,
GOVKKNMKNT STI1KKT.
HOTEL  HAYING
Europe.
Liverpool, Sept 12.—Cunard stenni-
eis Europa and Turifu sailed this nfter-
uoon for Quebec direct, with a regiment
of Hussars for Canada.
Losdou, Sept. 12—Evening—The St.
Le|rer race was won by the favorite Lord
[<yons, Seven Oaks being second, and
Kiiiirbt of the (Jrespent tbn'tj,
Pahis, Sept. 13—The Moniteu.' nf today publishes a convention which 'vas
signed in the Oity of Mexico .Inly 30, b,
which Maximilian transfers to the Freoob
agents onii-half of the receipts from the
Customs throughout the Empire, lor the
purpose of paying the debts of Mexico to
France. The Convention goes into operation October 1st.
Bkiu.in, Sept. 13—Tbo Prussian Chamber of Deputies bas voted uu electoral
law and parliament fo/ Saxony. Negotiations between Pliissia and Saxony progress slowly. It is suiii the King of
Prussia demands of the King the oath of
allegiance to himself, iho payment of ten
million tinders, nml thu right to garrison
tl'O fortress of Konigsburg and cities of
Dresden and Leipsic with Prussian
troops.
Livisi'.pooi., Sept. M—The Arago, from
Now York, nrrived this morning, and
after landing her Lontlon and Liverpool
passengers proceeded to Havre.
Pauis, Sept. U—In an article published in to-day's Moniteur, it is stated
tbat Maximilian has named Gen. Osgood
as Minister of War of tlie Empire of
Mexico to reside in Mexico, liis military
duty to his own country being incompatible with the proper discharge of the
duties of the new position thus offered
him. Tho Emperor .Napoleon has refused
to grant the necessary authorities to Gen.
Osgood to accept the appointment.
Flouunck, Sept.. M—It is aunounccd
tbat the plenipotentiaries of Austria and
Italy have agreed on all points but the
amount of indemnity, and they will soon
arrive at a satisfactory adjustment on
this score, when the treaty of peace will
be officially signed by the high coutrnct-
iug parties aud proclaimed through the
two countries.
Bebi.in, Sept. 14—Some doubt having
beeu expressed of tba passage of a Bill
V
1. bocn opened 'jv
JOE      EUB^T,
He will be  hippy Is meet bis  Iriends on nil
oGCAslons, au   wi I rurnlsh tbem with
the best of
Wine?, Liquors, Ale, Porter, &o--
and Clears-
BOARD AND LODGING PEIt DAV Si.
tfH* Bagatelle and .Skittles.
Cull und nee tbs establishment.     JOE presides and keeps order. se 10
Queen Charlotte Coal Mining Co,
(LIMITED.)
Notice   of   Assessment.
AT A MEgrnia t'?  DIB] THB
tbnvi Conpasj bald this day the follow-
d :—
" That an A 'erling'
per Minn !iu» mat*, payable
■ v at tbe nfliee of Um I'ntnpHny,
Oi ur before lbs I9tb lex . between the Lours
ul  II A. M. nnd I P.M. dally."
J. 8. WILMS,
Corntr Bread and Trr-oneests. 1 ,.      , „
.-September Stb, lswi.        / hc'tr<,UrJ-
se 7-td
UNANIMOUS
NOMINATION!
OP
Deluge Engine Company
IFOR,
Assistant Engineer,
T. J. BURNER
The greatest " wire-puller " of modern
times—Cyrus W. Field.
Special iV'otlccN.
Removal.—Messrs. Solomon Bros, have re-
ruuved to tho twu-story brick building on
(xoveniiiient street, opposi'e Ihe St. Nicholas
Hotel. They have received, ex sliii> Mohawk,
from London*, a line assortment of men's
clothing and anderolotbtng,'wbich tbsj will
sell lower than any liuuie iu town. Give thorn
a call. *
AbBXASOBS's (Kovsi—Messrs. .1. II. Turner
k Co., London Honse, have received to-day,
by Bxpreil from Paris, a lull assortment nf
Alexandre's lamniis kid glovei, fur whieh
tliey are the suit agentl iu Vaucuuver Island
aud British 0i lumhia.         *
Mn. Dmnv PltiHSR reqnsstl that orders fur
ttaeblng, playing and tuning Pin lofortes, and
fur Instruction In Singing, may bs led with
M, Hibben   k  (farewell,  Stationers and
Booksellers, Government street, ur al bit residence, near the IOp of Furl Street,
Bouowiv'i 1'iiiK.—niu-iiiL-.i   in Bowel I
—Thi-ie laainuieii ive ever present, « *'       '■'      t
lemk I  frequently  tei-mliaue  f • ■ I .   I
evi'rywhie  ktioMtl  Unit l-mtirl. i    di
pend on the preeenee of some  nod nceln
the item eli or bowels, or en      ib ne  In
the bioe-l, mid llmi.   Hollowi ' I either
with o**o unil expedition     ' - N "lr
liruins AtgttApafttjiot, » Ins nnS
■tMBItbtalng sunlltle»,   ■■ reverjln-
teriml or.:an llie wholewn tl-ene  lo
necessary U* enMoltlg exi  I " thehumsi
fri\n>«. Hollewsj'e modlelne mi] be edvantnseonel|
lakan ns a mewl nf keeping the Wood pure end the
boily cool—the only practirai-le pinn of mniutaimnn
health in ynuih, manhood, end old age.
Mn. Ztxsbegl to announce to the inhabitants ot V ietorin Hint be has lately received a
larpe assortment of Children's Carriages and
Chairs, Fishing Baskets and Fishing Canes,
and a large i|U-intity of .Market and Truve liiiL'
Baskets, China Vases, Fancy Goods aud Toys,
all ot whieh hav-- tn be sold on or belore
Februarv next at ure.aly reduced prices
Goods si'ld nt whn''"u'1e b.r eosl  prices.     *
FOB     SALE,
i   GOOD MARK (IN FOAb), WITH YEAR.
A   ling colt   by   her   side.   Will work m
single or double harness.
Apply at tho
Office of the Evening Telegraph,
LANGLEY STREET. se 9
For Sale Ex Camden,
Hosteller, linckrr, and ir.L'ii-tiinCliilicis
OiTL'oii.fii'i-r In bbls. and rases,
t Ian t in rusks, lialf-catks and < ;i-rs,
Sauternc and California While Wine,
French Ueebol 110 O.P.,
rnir. <lli|tint, 'liinim and  Bnllcngcr «'!:am-
pagne,
And In siorc an  asuorlmrnt of lirandy
and Liquors eiillnblc lor Ihe Trade.
Mrs.   Hein
CONSTANTLY  ON   HAND   THK
BPS
latest lashions in
3^1 I Is IL 11ST E R. ^t? ,
 Al —
Suit the
Prices to  Suit the Tares,
OOVBUXMBNt    STREET
Betwees Fort nnd Bronghton. se 6
Relief   for   the   Afflicted.
jo"- Depot of Havana Cigars.
BUGBNH THOMAS,
Yates street.
JSTOTIGE,
MARTIN    BROS.,
IMPORTERS  OF
Groceries and Provisions,
FIREPROOF BUILDING,
LATELY OCCUPIED HY L'HOTELIER 4 Co,
"WHAKP       STREET.
sc fi
ustotioe
In the Supreme Court of Civil Justi
Vancouver Island.
In Bankruptcy.
idy,
In tlie matter of John Joseph Meor
Bankrupt.
VMl'.l-.TINII   OF   ORBDITOES   OF THE
nbnvi bnnknipl will be held al the offiee
of Mr. -lolin Copland, Solicitor, Bastion sti ■ el.
Victoria, nn Tuesday the  18th day of September proximo, at 4 o'clock p, m.. to resolve
that the offer made In Conrt of this dote for
the winding Up of tbs estate under arrangement nf composition shall bo carried oat, mid
alsu thut application be made to Iho Court to
stay proceedings i" bankruptcy.
Daiod this lOtbday of tnga't, A.lb 18G0.
JOHN COPLAND,
Solicitor i" Creditors' l ssig ieoe,
au'id il - nun ,~treet.
Notice of Pos'poncmcn't-
The  al
pulled I"
s   iinavuidably  popt-
IKtll    illstlillt, M    Ihe
nve meeting
Tuesday,   the
-nine pine and iiiuir.
.ions OOPLATO,
Solicitor to Creditors   1
so o ihiMiuii itreel
lu the Supreme Court of Civil Jjlltict.
Vanoouvi r Island.
In Bankruptcy.
Wedaeedey, the 1st of Augnst, 18G8.
■irrllEREAS, A PETITION FOR AP.II'III-
\\ cation of Bankruptcy, bearing date the
31«t day of July last, has been duly filed by
William Parsons Sayward, Charles Kent, und
Edward Wilson, against JOHN JOSRPH
MECREDY ol View street, Victoria, Carpenter, nnd the said John Jo=eph Mecredy,
having liccn duly declared nnd adjudicated a
Bankrupt, is hereby required to surrender
himself to His Honor Joseph Necdhara, Chief
Justice nf the Supreme Court of Civil Justice
aforesaid, nn Wednesday the 19th day of September current, at 11 of the cloek in the forenoon precisely, at the Court House, James
Hay, Victoria, and make a full discovery
and disclosure of his estate and effects, when
and where the creditors are In come prepared
to prove then- debts, and nt the first sittin-r to
choose Assignees and commence the examination of the Bankrupt, and at the lust sitting,
the Bankrupt is to finish his last examination.
All persons indebted io the said Bankrupt,
or having any of tis effects are not to pay or
deliver the same but to Mr. Daniel Lindsay of
Government street, the Official Assignee appointed, and give notice to
JOHN    COPLAND,
Bastion street, Yiotoiia, V. I.,
Solicitor to the Petitioning Creditors.
au 29-td
THE INTRODUCTION OF
Perry     Davis'
Vegetable Pain Killer
To tlic PufTCTin^ Humanity of tbis Age
bus relieved more puin, und caused more
rcul joy tban any other one thing tbat can
bc mimed.
I
■
It   IS AS
Invaluable   Remedy.
Our first Physicians use it,  and recommend
its  use;   tlie   Apothecary finds   it   first
among the medicines called fnr, and
the wholesale Druggist considers
it n leading article of his
trade.     All the dealers
in medicine ppeuk
alike iu its favor: audits
reputation as a medicine of great
merit and virtue is fully and permanently  established,  and  it  is  the great
Family MediciDe   of  the Age«
Every Volunteer should have n bottle, In csn
of sudden attacks of Disease.
Taken Internally, cures
Suibleii Colds, Coughs, kc,
VVcuk Stomach,
Uenernl Debility,
Nursing Snre Month, Canker,
Liv<-r Complaint,
Dyipepsie or Indigestion,
Crump nml pain in the iSloiuuuli,
Bowel Complaint,
Painters' Colic,
Asiatic Cholera,
Ditrhceft und l)y.«cntcry.
Taken externa! y cures
Felons, Bolls, end Old Sores,
Severe Borni and Scalds,
Cms, Braises aod S|iniins,
Swelling of ilie Joints,
Ringworm nml Teller,
Broken Ureuts,
Frosted Feet and Chilblains,
Toothache,
Pain in tlie Face,
Neuralgia nud Hlietnimtisiu.
Taken Internally, slioultl be ndcltcrnted
wiib milk or water, and sweetened with
sugar, it desired, or made into a syrup
with molasses. For n. COUGH and
Bronchitis, a few drops on Sugar, eaten,
will lie more effective tlinn anything else.
For SORF. THROAT, gurgle the tliroa*
witb a mixture of Pain Killer and water,
and the relief is iniiueiliiite and cure positive.
B®- It should not be forgotten that
tbe Pain Killer is equally as good to
lake internally as to use externally.
Each bottle is wrapped with ull directions for its use.
Prices 25 eents, 50 cents & $1 pcrbottlt. —
<£bnung   ©cUgnrpjj.
TUUDAY EVENING, BKPf.  18, 186H.
The Last Act or the i;vetullyc
The Executivo of Vancouver Iiland is
determined to die as it lias lived— perpetrating injustice, its last act is worthy
of its rrputatioti. Is lust appeul to thu
people is Ihrongh its favorite medium the
Sheriff. We cannot object to lbe I lovru-
ment eollecling taxes that uru due, nor
-Can we reasonably oppose thu manner iu
which sucb taxes are required to he paid;
for tbe law of the country, however oppressive just now, warrants both courses;
but under present circumstances, when the
Executivo cannot legally spend the money
it is attempting to collect, the harshness
nnd cruelty of forcing unfortunate people
in some cases to sell tlieir property, and
in others to deprive themselves of ordinary
sustenance, iu order that tho money, of
which they are thns called npon to deprive themselves, may be locked up in the
Treasury, is something that savors so
much of the inhuman Shylock that wc are
compelled in spite of ourselves lo regard
the EtecHtive of Vancouver Island as a
monstrosity. " The extreme of law,"
says the old Latin proverb, " is tlie extreme of injustice." To barrnss a suffering population with the tnxgnther, and
for a littlo and unavoidable delay in the
payment of the taxes lo force tbem Into
the polico court, or in other wards to
make them pay in many instances forty
per cent, over the sum for which they arc
assessed is surely the extreme of the law
which is aptly termed injustice. The
Government, however, goes even farther.!
When tha Treasury was not. so flourishing
as the Executive dosirpd, the tradesmen
and others of the public to whom the
Government were indebted wero studiously
kept ont-of their money, while tlie officials,
as we have previously shown, appropriated
all the funds in the Exchequer, lu many
•cases the non-payment on the part of the
Government of these bills has precluded
tho tradesman from paying his tuxes ;
yet in tbe face of this the Executivo puts
the collection of these same taxes in the
hands of ihe sheriff, wilh all tlie cost, und
will make no allowance for the Government debt to Ihe individual. In vain the
tradesmou pleads he has a mnch larger
account againBt tho Government than the
Governmont has against him—the money
roust bo paid, and he must go ou Indefinitely without bis dues. Wo have no
hesitation in saying that such an injustice
as this, when we take the whole circumstances i>{ the case into consideration,
was never before perpetrated liy ncivilized
Government. To say that ihe law authorizes the Executive to do what it litis
done—to compel tho public, to whom it
owes 'largely, to pay tlieir taxes without
admitting their various offsets, can in no
instance palliate the injustice ; and the
fact that tho monoy so mercilessly forced
from thc population can not be expended
on any current operations aggravates tlie
•evil a thousand fold. The act lias, Indeed,
all the oppcaraneo of malignancy, and
would soem to bo the final effort in carry.
ing cut that spirit of retaliation which
has recently entered into nearly every
measure the Executivo has adopted.
New Advertisements.
NOTICE
GB-PARTNERSH!P.
BUNSTER
HAS THIS DAY
ENTERED INTO
Partnership
WITH ALL LOVERS OE
GOOD    ALE!
se 17-lm
J;  NAGLE,
Shipping Mr tier and Commission
Agent.
Si?,*
pEBWS SUPPLIED AT THB SHORTEST
\J Notice—Goods entered aud denied ut
thn Custom House; .Muuifesis, Charter Parties,
ami Hi Is of Sale made out. Vessels bought
or raid.
JQf* Several small Vessels for sale or
charter.
Qrrtoi—Bastion street, near th» Police
llarracks. so 17
Ihe Only Sure Way to Save the
Country !
IS TO PATRONIZE
CAMERON'S   ISLAND "PRODUCE
MARKET,
No.  18  -Tort   street,   opposite   Mrs.   HoaJ'l
Hoarding-house.
-piAMILIKS AND BOTE I,-KEEPERS WILL
1   find  always on hand fresh,  cheap, anil
good
Island Vegetables and Fruit,
Island Pish nnd Game of all sorts,
Island Eggs and Butter,
Island Vt-ni-ou cut to order,
Island Poultry, 4c, Sec.-, ke.
N. B.—I hereby make known to the public
that, having mado arrangements Iv'tli certain
island farmers to sell their preilitee, I am
from tliis date prepared to sell cheaper than
any Chinaman peddler that ever nte ricu—
" So walk ou, John !"
August 17th, 1866. sc 17-lm
New Advertisements.
For  Portland Direct.
5NII5 FINE SCBEW STEAMER
" :f i r> e ii, i t e ir,"
CAPT, M. C. ERSKINE,
Wiil  anil from Brodrick'e Wharf, for the
above port,  on
Wednesday, September 19,
AT 8 O'CLOCK A. M.
carrying freight and passengers.
For particulars apply on board, or to
J. P. COUCH, Agent,
se ,16 Wharf street.
LINCOLN   HOUSE!
Cor- Washington and Front sts-,
PORTLAND, OREGON.
IV. €. MATTSIIESSniV,
Of  the   St.   Nicholas   Hold,   Victoria,
HAVING TAKEN TIIE ABOVE HOI'SE,
wishes to announce to the public iluii ho
is now prepared to accomodate guests in u
satisfactory manner. Noiiiing will he left undone, which is in the power of tho proprietor
to do, to render gupsts comfortable.
Portland, August 24th, 1806 so U
untotige.
I HEREBY GHVB NOTICE THAT THE
partnership heretofore existii g between
Moses Henry Pike, John Titcunib. nml the
undersigned, i\\ ol Victoria, in tlio whulclioat
kn.iwn as tlio Pilots' I! int, as also the white-
hall boat known aa tlio Pilots' Boat, is hereby dissolved.
Witness,                                W.   GARDNER.
John Cupi.ano, Solicitor.
Victoria V. I., 17th September, 1800.
 Be 17-3t
NOTICE.
t-LL PERSONS HAVING CM1MS
A against the undersigned ure requested to
present Ihem within 30 days from dale.
All persons Indebted to the undersigned nre
Tcqucstcd to settle their accounts within 30
days either by note or otherwise, or llicy will
he given lo my Attorney for collection, as I
intend to leave for Europe.
sc 16 lm J. W. KEYSER.
WANTED
\T    THE    ST.   NICHOLAS   HOTEL,    A
A CHAMBERMAID.
Apply at the Office of the Hotel,
so IS
ICE CREAM.
DURING TIIE CONTINUANCE OE
THE WARM WEATHER
ice   oi<.EA.^d:
WILT, BE SliltVEDDY
A. W. Piper,
Government street, opposite Tbeatre,
sc 13 l-m
XJJ^T IVERSITY
— OF—
WASHINGTON TERRITORY
Now    I :■    tiitetuenU.
FOR     SALE
Two   i; i:.• v » II I BAKER 8RWIKO
jl.'.i work;    •'"'■
Biairtr'i ■ baarj
work.
All i1
ticking, a
... 111. I.I 1,111.
The   abort   » ill   he   ."id   fl '
uithii i I)
Tonus-- t'.'
—AL-mi-
'I'Ih- , ,,r Oroekary.  DaMwart
l-'i.rnitm■-.   Iiinii Uoodl, .*>,.   uu   the  »nme
lel-iin  HI ilium-.
All I I* unsold niter  ;',» lays will be »old
at iiiiclinii.
N l.i-l in J- W.   KKY.sr.K.
Queen Charlotte Coal
Mining Company (Lim j
Notice  cf   Meeting.
AX EXTRAORDINARY GENERAL MEET-
ing of -Shareholders of this I'liiiipnnv will
i-e held Iii the oflie* of tha Company, CKi
, ni -:| nhamberi, on Friday tin- 38tb of
.September, lBtltl, ..t one b'clock.
Business Te confirm ths special resole,
tlons passed al o meeting held August 38th,
1866, and other bu-losu wlijeh may cuiue
legitimately before the said meeting,
J. S.  WILLIS,
sol3 .Secretary.
AYER'S
'pHIS INSTITUTION WILL REOPEN ON
X. the 17th inst. Pupils of both bcxcs received, who will bo expected to lurnish their
own ruoms, which are provided in separate
buildings, free of charge.
The   Expense   ol   Boardinj   and  Tuition,
without incidentals, will   not exceed $50 per
quarter of 11 weeks, payable in advance.
For further Information address
REV. GEO. F.  WHITWORTH,
President.
Seattle, W. T., Sept. 1st, 1800. so 11
A      LARCH   ASSORTMENT   OF   ROUGH
LA.    and dressed fm-sale cheap
J. ROBERTSON STEWART.
Victoria, V. I„ 20 h August, 1800. au 22
CHERRY
PECTORAL,
FDB IHB rapid emu: OF
Colds, Coughs  and
Honisoiioss.
Brimfielh, Maw., 20th Dec, 1S55.
Dlt.J.C. Aykr: ItkiiKJt littitltutt* toMJ
tin' tn'st remedy 1 Lavo uvor found for
Couglfo Hoanenen, hilln^n/.u, ami tliu
roii'tiniitaiii lymptomsofq Cudl,i«y<mr
CilF.unv I'ncT'HUL. Its mnstnut lino hi
my pmotlcfl and my family tot tho liwt
ton yean has shown it to iioimcsh supo-
□of virtues fur llic treatment of these
compluiiitd.     BBKN KNliillT. M.D.
A. B. MOBTLBYi K8y.,ofDTiCA,N.Y., writes: "I liars
nwil your I'tCToiiAi, mjMi'lf ami in my family t-vor shire
you liiviMitctl it, ami fonHnvo It the best nit'ilichic fur its
(iui'|»(*t' ever put out. With a bad cold I should sooner
pny twuiiiy-flvi) dollars for a bottle thuu <U> without It, oi
UlU<- any utln-r renieiiy."
Croup, Whooping Cough, Influenza.
Si'iuNtiFir.i.1', Mihm., Feb. 7,1858.
llROTiip.H Ater: I will cheerfully icitifyyonr Pectoral
Is tbo blMt ri'int'dy vrt posMiw for tho 'curt of tVJimping
Oough* Croup, ami ihe client tifHoasea of children. We of
your fraternity in the South apprrciato your skill, and
cominuud your medicine to our people.
I11KAM CONK LIN, M.D.
AMOS LBE, Kbq.,MoifTMitr, IA., writes, 8d Jan., 1856:
**I hud a tedious Inllui-nza, which confined ino hi doors
six weeks; took many medicines without relief; finally
"tried your PftCToii.u. hy the ndvlce of our clergyman
The lirst dosn relieved the sourness in my throat and
In huh; Ism than one half the bottle made ine completely
well. Your iiti'diclnes uro the cheapo»t tu well aa the beat
wc can buy, ami we esteem ymi, Doctor, and your remo*
dies, ii" the poor man's frii'iul."
Aethma or ThthiHic, and Bronchitis.
Wkbt Manchester. Pa., Feb. 4,1850.
Put: Your Cherry Pectoral is performing manrellonf
cures in this section. It has relieved sevenil from alarm-
iir' Mrmptomi of consumption, nml is now curing a man
who has labored under an uflect-ion of tho lungs for tits
last forty years. IlKNBY L. PAHKS, Merchant.
A. A. RAMBHT, M.D., Albion, Monroe Co., Iowa,
writew. Sept. 0, \%?>: "During my practice of many years
•1 h*.yt found nothing equal to your Chkhry Pectoral for
giving ease and relief to consumptive patients, or curing
such as are curable."
We might, add volumes of ovldenco, but tho most convincing proof of the virtues of this remedy is found lu its
> iT.'i't.i upon trial.
Consumption.
Trobubly no ono remedy bas over boon known which
cure* so many and such dangerous cases as this. Borne
no human aid can reach; but even to those the Cherri
Vbctoral affords relief and comfort.
Ahtor IIoubv., New York City, March 5,1868
Doctor Avi.r. Lowell: I feel it a duty and a pleiiHUre
to inform you what your Chkrry Pectoral has done for
jny wife. -She had been flvo months laboring under the
dangerous symptoms of Consumption, from which no aid
we could procure gave her much relief. Sho wiw steadily
failing, until Dr. Strong, of this city, where we have come
for advice, reci.mmeiided a trial of yonr medicine. Wo
bless his kindurfh, as wu do your skill, for shu lm* recovered from"thut duy. She In not yet ns strong as who used
to be, hut Is free from her cough, and calls herself well.
Yours with ^ratitmb* and regard,
UllhANDO BHKLBY, OP SllKUlTVILLK.
Omsimptives, do mot despair till you hnve tried Ayer'b
Cheiuiy PncTORAI,. It Is made by one of tilt best medical
chemlltl in the world, ami its cures all around us hebpeak
the high merits uf its virtues.— Philadelphia ledger.
Ayer's Cathartic Pills,
ri^HK sciences of Chemistry and Medicine havo been
X taxed their utmost to "produce this best. n*Ot% perfect
purgative which is known to man. Innumerable proofs
are shown tbat theso PlLLfi have itttbei which surpass In
excellence the ordinary medicines, und that they win un-
|irecedeiited)y upon the ostcoia of all men. Tbey uro ttafe
and pleimant to take, bnt powerful to cure. Tbeir penetrating properties stimulate the vital activities of tbe body,
remove tbe obstructions of its organs, purify the Mood,
and expel disease. They purge out the foul humors which
breed and grow dlntetn)ier, stimulate slngglrdi or disordered organs Into their nut ural act Ion. nud Imparl heal'hy
tone with strength to the whole system. Not only dn
they cure the every-day complaints of every body, hut
also foriuMable ami dangorous diseases that have battled
tho best of human skill. While they produce powerful
effect*, they are at the fBime time, in diminished doNcs.tho
safest und best phytic tlmt enn be employed tor children,
Being sugar-coated, they aro pleasant to take ; nml being
purely vegetable, aro free from nny risk nf harm. Cures
havo been made which snrpnss belief were tliey not suli-
atautinted liy men of ench exalted position and character
as to forbid tho suspicion of untruth. Many eminent
clergymen and physicians hnve lent their names lo certify to tho public the reliability of my remedies, whllo others havo sent mo tho assurance or their conviction thnt
my Prepnmtions contribute immensely to tiie relief of my
afflicted, suffering fellow-nwn.
The Agent below named iB pleased to furnish gratis my
American Almanac, containiugdirectionnforthciruso and
certificates of their cures, of the following complaints:-—
Costlveuess, Dillons Complaints, Rheumatism, Dropsy,
Heartburn, Headache arising from a foul Stomach, Nausea, Indigestion, Morbid Inaction of tho Bowell und Pain
arising therefrom, Flatulency, Loss of Appetite, all Ulcerous and Cutaneous Diseases which require an evacuant
Medicine, Scrofula or King's Evil, They also, by purifying the hlo'twi and stimulating thc Ryetein. euro many
complaints which it would not be supposed they could
reach, mich as Deafness. Partial BUndnese, Neuralgia and
Nervous Irritability. Derangements oi the Uvor tad Kid-
n'-ys, (hmt, nud other kindred punplahite arising from a
low state of the body or obstruetKin nf ilu ftmfiatmtf.
Do not be put off by unprincipled dealers with some
othor pill they make more protit on. Ask for Ayer'b
Tills, nnd take nothing else. No other thoy can givo
you compares with this in its Intrinsic vnhie or curative
powers. Tho eidf wnnj tho best aid tliere Is for them,
and they should have it.
Prepared by l>r. .¥. «;. AVER,
Practical and Analytical Chemist, Lowell, Mass.
Price.JJ5 Cts. per Rox.   I'iyk Bosks for (1.
SOU BY
MOOHI3 & Co., Victoria,
J. P. DAVIES & GO.
Mil IIMltKS AVI) CMtlSSiOt   HtUI UAVTS.
SnlrrroMn, llreproof vloiif Bulldlu;,
Uhi.rf td n»«r latei.
Cash Adeonert made on Consignments.
THURSDAY.
Thursdayy Sept. 80th,
AT     SALESROOM,
tStnatUt Street,
At i:i.i-vi:v,  A.m.,
TO BE SOLD UY
PUBLIC   AUCTION,
By or.ler of tlio Into Directors of the
PHILHARMONIC SOCIETY,
SUPERIOR
BASS VIOL AM) FLAGEOLET.
An extensive and well selected eollec
tlon of Operatic, Vociil, Oioli.'Btrnl, and
Dance Music, Glees, CliorusseB, &c., ko.
—A 1.80—
Lot   Household
FURNITURE !
3 Cooking and 5 Parlor Stoves
Bedstead-, Straw a:.d i'ulu Mattrasses
Cune and wood scat chairs
Hocking and Arm eliairs
A variety of Tallies
Chiffonier,  W irdrohe, Buieau
lledroom Mirrom, Loiingo
Pictures, Coal Od Lamp, Matting
Grindstone,  Fenders, Crockery
Bar Room, Saloon, and Parlor Clocks
ALSO, TO PAY STORAGE
3 Trunks and contents
1 Portmanteau, 9 lots books
ALSO,
C.\DER SEIZURE FOR LICENSE
3 cases Gin
1 case Brandy
1 do    Champagne
1 do   Old Tom
.Sll   the   Fixtures   and
Furniture of
A BASM1 SHOP !
TERMS  CASH.
J. P. Davies  &  Co.,
se 1(1' Auctioneers.
N'lw Advertisement!.
AND ALL DRUGGISTS.
sc-18
(2V
HERMAN  SHULTZ,
—AT—
His Well Known and Old Established
Stand
The Government st. Boot Store,
Hus just received per steamer
A   FINE   ASSORTMENT   OF
Ladies' and   Children's   Shoes,
Which he offers at a very low price.
Receives by each strainer from  Eagland anil
San   Francisco
BOOTS     Sc    SHOES
OF    TH»
FINEST   AN9  BUST QUALITV,
FRENCH   LEATHER,
—AXD—
SHOE     FIND1W GS,
At prices to correspond witb tho times,
se U
THURSDAY
REAL  ESTATE
SALE OF
FIRST-CLASS
CITY  PROPERTY 1
Sales   Fositive - Titles
Guaranteed.
J.P.Davies&Co.
Are instructed by the Mortgagees
TO si:ll at PUBLIC AUCTION
At   Salesr o om,
WIIAllF STREET,
Thursday, Sept. 27tb,
AT 12 O'CLOCK, SHARP,
ALL THOSE pieces or parcels of
land in Ihe town of Victoria, V. I.,
situate on Fort street, and bounded as
follows : Boginunlna at a point ou tlm
northerly side of Fort street, 180 feet
east from the corner of Blanclmrd and
Port htreets ; thenco northwardly at right
angles 120 feet ; thence westwardly 30
feet ; thenco southwardly 120 feet; thence
eastwardly to the place of beginning,
being the easterly half of town lot (^86)
two hundred and eighty-six, together
with all improvements thereon, comprising the double I. outage store,
twenty-two feet front, together with the
five roomed Dwelling House, lathed and
plastered throughout nnd papered orcr
plaster ; large kitchen 25 by 14 feet; fine
fruit and vegetable garden in the rear,
ami large Gate Entrance on Fort street.
This property was lately rented as a piui.o
store lo Mr. Bagnnl nt the low rental of
Twenty Dollars pur month. For further
particular* apply to JOHN COPLAND,
st) , Atlorneyat law, Bastion street.
ALSO, FOR SAME ACCOUNT
JAMES BAY BREWERY
—AND—
PLANT.
ALL THOSE pieces or parcels of land
in the town of Victoria, V I., Bituate and
known ou the official map of the same as
Town Lots Nos. 1733 and 1734, having
a frontage of 00 feet each on Michigan
street, James Bay, by a depth of 165
feet, the two lots nfaking half an acre ;
together with all improvements thereon,
which comprise tho four roomed Cottage
residence, three stall Stable and Coooh-
housc, flne Frait and Vegetable Garden,
and one of the best brick Wells in tbo
colony, 7s feet deep, with lurge force
pump, tho well bringing in a rental of
TEN DOLLARS PER MONTH.
The Itrcwcry Comprises
Browhouse, lar^e Copper, resting on brick
nreh, Mash and Malt Tubs, Underbade
Cooler, Brick Cellar, Malt Room, with
work round, Mult House, with brick floor,
Brick Malt Kiln, with flues complete, also
large Bottling House.
sea-Michigan street is one of the best
macadamised streets on the Island.
8@*The Brewery and Plant are qpm-
pleti iu every respect and capable of Bap-
plying both colonies.
This properly is well worthy the atten<
tion of inteuding buyers.
ACTS OF SALE AT BUYERS' EXPENSE.
se 17
J. P. DAVIES, & CO.,
Auctioneers.
FOIt     SALB
nPHE RIGHT, TITLE, AND INTEREST
A in Land known as R VIII. S 20, Qoain-
ichan Distric , and R VIII, S 1, Somenos
District, in al about 100 acres, situate in tbe
Cowichan Settlement.
Fur particulars apply to
JOHN GLASSEY,
Bastion street,
seO-lm Opposite Sheriff's Office. Facta and  .scrap*.
Rer. Dr. Gregg, of Dublin, wbo has
published memoirs upon the scriptural
prophecies of tbe locomotive and the
irouclad, sends to tbe Tribune an original translation of the prayer of Unlink
kuk, iu which he says he finds u prophecy
of the Atlantic Telegraph. Ho renders
the ninth verse of the third chapter of
Habakkuk thus :
'9. Thon didst make thy bow quite
naked ; seven rods each, spoke Selab.
Thou didst cleave tho earth wilh Mowing-.'
The explanation ts as follows :
'Here tho cable is 'the bow'—composed
of seven compart uionts, or seren may
stand for <t sufficiency. The oracle is
marvellous in its accuracy.'
Dr. (iregg's cleveventh verso reads
thus :
11. Tbe stfti and the moon stood still
io their habitation ; for enlightenment
thine arrows went ; for illumination thc
lightening of thy spear.'
His comment ou this is :
'Through telegraphic rapidity the element of time seems eliminated — as
though heavenly bodies were stationary.'
An oyster dealer in Baltimore has made
so much money in buying and selling the
bivalvular luxury, thut ho has purchased
a large island iu Chesnpeuke Bay, and is
putting up a residenco thereon thut will
cost half a million of dollars. Who would
ever suppose, at gazing at such a soft and
stupid-looking creature ns the oyster,
that it could ever create a colossal fortune or tempt one to ensile himself in
dignified retirement, us a Duke de Mollusc, or Sir Marmaduko Saddlerotik ?
Verily, life is a mystery.
The last descendant of the great reformer, Martin Luther, has expired at
Mariahilf, a small (Jeraiun village, well
known as a favorite resort for pilgrims to
the shrine of the Virgin. Catharine
Luther was a Catholic, her father having
been the first of the family who abjured
the tenets of his great ancestor. That
the raoe of Martin Luther should expire
a Roman Catholic is indeed peculiar.
A bill has been introdnccd in Parliament, at the request of Mrs. Henry
"Wo$d, protecting the authors of bonks
egjlist those dramatists who use their
plots, and even their language, in com-
; posing plays. She has suffered from the
production of East Lynne, with offensive
vulgarisms, the lessee of the theatre where
te appeared, meantime, refusing her any
share of the profits.
A lady appeared recently at the concert in the Champs Elysees, in a black
and white muslin dress (the Prussian
colors) embroidered all over with needle-
guns, and with Prussian soldiers mowing
down Austsians witb tbo murderous
weapon ; and tho little cockade which
now serves as a substitute for a bonnet
was trimmed with aguillettcs of the
needle-gun pattern.
The Danrag Gazelle says that thcro is
a soldier now iu that town who was engaged in tho battle of Langensalzu, where
he received eight shots, none of which
did him any injury. Three of theso
passed through his coal-tails, one knocked
off his epaulette, another his cap, another
.made a hole in his trousers, und oue
.knocked off a piece of nail.
An Irishman having accidentally broken
a pane of glass in a window, was making
the best of his way to get out of sight,
*but the proprietor stole a march on him,
•and having seized him by the collar, exclaimed : ' You broke my window, fellow,
■did you not ?' ' To be sure I dill,' said
Pat, ' and did'nt you see me running home
ifor the money to pay lor it 1"
Jefferson Davis is said to bo gradually
going down to the grave in a deep decline.
A writer in a Memphis journal observes:
" Mark my prediction! The only trite that
Mr. Davis will ever hnve will bo nt the
bar of Eternal Juslis.' Then Iho cqnily of
his conviction or acquittal will bo iudisput-
*ble.
Du Chaillu, it seems, has bad a hard
time during bis last visit to Africa. He
was confined to one place for five months
with small-pox, aud waB aficrwards twice
wounded with poisoned arrows by the natives-
A Saw and tiitAxu Ei'ocn in Medicine!—
Vi. Maggiel ia ihe foundu ot a new Medieal
system. The qunntitariaim, whose vast internal doses enfeeble the stomach and paralyze
tbe bowels, must give precedence to the man
who restores health and appetite, with from
one to two of his extraordinary Pills, and
cares the most virulent sores with a box or so
ol his wonderful and all healing Salve. These
two great specifics of the Doctors are fast superseding all the stereotyped nostrums of the
day. Extraordinary cures by Maggiel's Pills
and Salvo have opened the eyes of the public
to the inefficiency of the (so called) remedies
of others, and upon which people have so long
blindly depended. Maggiel's Pills are no ul
the class that are swallowed by the dozen, and
of which every box full taken creates an absolute necessity for another. Oat. or two of
Maggiel's Pills suffices to place tho bowels in
perfect order, tono the stomach, create an appetite, and render the spirits light and buoyant I There is no griping, and no reaction in
the form of eonstipation. If the liver is affected, itt functions are restored; and if tlie
nervous system is feeble, it is invigorated.
This last quality makes the medicines very
desirable for the wants of delicate females.
Ulcerous and ernptive diseases arc literally
extinguished by the disinfectant power of
Maggiel's Salve. In fact, it is liere announced
that Magglel'N Hi lotis, Dywpeptlf:
and Diarrhea I'ills cure where all
others fail. While for Buroi, Scalds, Chilblains, Gats and all abrasions of the skin
Maggiel's Salve is Infallible, Sold by
J. Maooiil, 11 Pine street, New York, and sll
Druggists, at 25 cts. por box.
New Advertisement*.
ALICE   BROWN'S
FANCY   TWIST
SMOKING TOBACCO
tOSt RKCEIVED AT
A.   F.  KBYIEB'I,
Together wilh some In.
Havana CIOAM Diitixrr.
Also on h.iii.l
Wine Sap, Peach, Apricot, Mary's Own,
Light Pressed, Natural Leaf, Buffalo
Tongue, and Atlantic Cable
Tobacco-
JUST RECEIVED   PER   BARK IUVAL
A Fine Assortment of
Meerschaum   Pipes.
Call aud examine.
se 5-lm
WILLIAM   LYONS,
SHIPPING
-AND—
Commission      Agent,
On the Corner of
Wharf and Johnson Streets.
se 3-2m
Everett's Exchange,
STORE   STREET,   V. I.
'run proprietor respectfully irt-
l   forms  his frion.ls nnd   the public tbat he
lias opened his old aland in Store street, where
lie will   keep  as  before   the  finest quality of
WINES, LIQUORS, and CIGARS.
Como and see.
se 3-lm       PAT. EVERETT, Proprietor.
CARRIAGE   PAINTING
IN  ALL ITS  BRAXCUES,
Yates Street,
Between Eeluge Engine House
and the International Hotel.
Work   solicited, and   done   on   the most
reasonable u-rms hy
W. M. KEOHAN.
se 2-1m
The "Grotto,"
OPPOSITE THE TELEGRAPH OFFICE.
For a glass of cboice  liquor go  to tlie
" Grotto,"
Tbcre " none but ine best '' you  will
find is tbe motto.
Mint Juleps, Sherry Cobblors—everything
cooling ;
Come ye that, do thirst, you will find its
no fooling.
sc2
A. & W. WILSON,
House and Ship Plumbers
CASFITTERS,
BELL-HANGERS k TINSMITHS
FORT   STRUCT.
All orders promptly attended lo
NOTICE !        NOTICE !!
|^HOM THIS DATE THE UNIIEHSKINED
1      has ci)ucliid''il to reduce hie price ONE
HALE ; and hereafter tho
FINEST WINES AND LIQUORS,
ALE,   DEER,  kc, kc,
Will bo served at tho
'METROPOLITAN"
At TWELVE AND A HALF CENTS
per sample.
The public will plenso call and sample, and
satisfy themselves that tho very best is to be
had at the above price.
T. J. BURNES,
Metropolitan Saloon, Store street,
au 26
Chains and Anchors.
TWENTY  TONS  CHAIN
Short Linked and proved from J to ^
AND
ANCHOES,
From 20 to S00 pounds.
For Sale by
PETER M'QUADE,
au 23 Wharf street, Victoria.
Victoria Turn Verein.
ALL MEMBERS OF THE ABOVE IN-
stitution who wish to attend regular
practice, are requested to be present on thc
first Monday in September, when classes will
be formed commencing with the simplest exercises, and going through the wb.de course.
CHARLES DECHENT,
111123 Turnwart.
Miscellaneous.
3STOTICE.
In tlie Supreme Court of Civil Justice
Vancouver Island.
IN    BAJSTKRUTTCY,
Friday the J lib dny ol August, A.D. 18fl(i.
tTTBHIAl A PETITION FOR ADJUDI-
\I ration ol Bankruptcy, bearing dale Ihe
241b day of August instant, bus MM duy
died I.v Charles Diipun.l, of Cndlioro III iy
Ruud, Victoria District, fanner, nml blbavfOg
bun declared a Bankrupt, is hereby required
to surrender hini-'.-ll to His Honor Joseph
Ni. ham, Chief Justice of Ihe Supreme
. ourt uf Civil Justice of Vancouver Island,
aforesaid, ou Wednesday, the 5th day of
September next, at 11 o'clock in the forenoon,
precisely, at the Court House, James Bay,
Victoria, and make a full discover) and disclosure of his estate and effects, when and
where the creditors are to come prepared io
prove their debts and at the first sitting to
choose Assignees and commence the emtuii-
natiou nf the Bankrupt, and at the last silting
thi' Bankrupt is to finish bis last examination
All persons indebted to lbe said Bankrupt
or who have nny of his effect-", are not to pay
or deliver Ihe same but to David Lindsay, of
Government street, il.e ' 'IHm.iI Assignee appointed, aud give notice to
ROBERT BISHOP, Solicitor,
au2(l Uaetion Street, Victoria.
A   Triumph    of    Science
—AND—
THE  LIGHT   OP   TIIE   WOULD
DR. MAGGIEL'S
PILLS   & SALVE.
These Life-giving remodies are now, for the fir t
time, f v.. i pgbl'ely to th »tl. For over an,uaitcr
nf a century ol prh ate practice the ingredients iuibeiu
Life.Giving Pills
H'V* be'n utfri with the (rreit««t ItlWtll, Tlieir
minim i» n tony lo i r*-v«nt ■ li"i«-. hut to cure
Tiny -i' rch om th • various mafidl-t by h.eh tho
patient in mfforlnjj, ami r« -invigorate* t'« ullim
tytitm, T ■ thu a/ed ami infirm k lew di.ios of thoao
valuable 1MLL8 will | rove to be
A VERY FOUNTAIN OF YOUTH,
Fr In ever case r.,.v„ 1,1 ne» life ami vitality,»"d
entire Ilie w.ni f.<i;rvlp. io Iheir risline ti ae. I
■ lie iniiiuran ml ,11. ge.l they uill pr.vo nv.il in-
nig lie, a. a ret y, spoeille mul eterin* medicine,
ere Im a dream realized tint I'mcn.de-l.enn sough'
fnr llnee hundred years ago. anil Refer f nnd. >io
looked fort I nMain that would restore the old to
tiljnr and make ynith ever
An Eternal Spring' I
It was left fnr lliit diy nnd hour to realize tho dresm,
and .how in ono glorious fact the magic that made
it fair.
THESE FAMOUS  REMEDIES
Cannot itty th- flight of yeari, hut they finn force back
mi   lipid aloof*die*mm bai mi btlrl mpfa vttt tin
ui[ '1 and tlie tOUDf, Let ir-ne h« ■ i --* i - - tlifti, bu
■rtaa tin- fnvnrable opportunity that offer*. When take*
M i>re<ciibi'd—
Fcr Billious Disorders
No tb ine can be mora p»niltict [<•« of cure than thesti
Till-—llimr almost m -gic Influence Ih fait at o
nnd iho i.Mini teso tuttuiit* of UU* unit di»ln>«hitf
dltfMH in" icmovi'd. Thur-e n uu die* aro made from
the purett
VEGETABLE COMPOUNDS.
Thy will not harm Hip matt di'licate frmah*, and
ra i b.t Ki . ii with guod vlUvt in pruacrlbud deaeH t>
tlm )ounn«fit babe.
For Cutaneous Disorders
And all ermtbinflof 'lie akin, Mi" PAI.VE li mo»t In
valuable It <1<>ea u t Iwal ■ xUnnally ai.m-, b«tmt-
in'Mwiih (lie mo-it. n arching rj),i:u lu tli" very root
of iha evil.
DR. MAGGIEL'S PILLS
Invariably euro the following Diseases :
A-tlmi.i.
Uuwel Complaints,
Ooqghi,
Cold a,
Chettpi eaipnt
Coinreoen,
Djhpepsii,*
Diarrh"a,
Dropiy,
D.uility,
,  „      . , Fever and \gi K
Female Oomplaint",
Ueailacbe,
ludiic atiun,
lnibiPTBa,
Iuflawm ition,
Inward UVnkne**,
Li- it (.'I'ui.ilitii t,
LowtmR* of Sptrlti,
liingworm,
Rheumat nm,
bait    ' t-i ci,
Scalds,
Skin Dieeaae*.
tS~ VOTICE.—Nonegenrine without tbe enirrarfd
tratic-mark iro'ind each pot or  hoi, ligneH b> DR .f
'Ai.QI   1., 43 Fulton itreet; New i ork, to counter fa t
whit li it felnny.
flfj- Hold by nil respectnble Dealers in Mediclnea
throuichi'iit tha United Siatua and Can ^a—at 25 cent*
per box or pot,
A. C. Langley & Co,,
Agents for Vancouver Island ond British
Colombia.
Miscellaneous.
CHAS, F. BARNARD, Ml,
SURGICAL &*MECIIANICAL
IDIEMSTTIST
Fort street, one door eaut of Government,
Victwrio, V.I.
Pr. It. hereby tendere hi* grntefiW ncknow-
taJftDIQtJ to ttu* oHiMM of Vielurin foff ilieir
I.I.. i.tl pittrouii^e ilius fur, uinl liupco hy gentlemanly ruii'lm t and strict applicaiiuu lu
huuimis to merit » further euiilinuuiica ol
fill "i |,
Wli» a desired will visit parties profeision-
ally at their reaidencefi. All branches of thc
profession Attended to. Terms reasonable.—
Office Lours from ti a.in. to 5} p.m.
au23 lm*
TOBACCO PLANT
ARRIVAL OF ANOTHER CARGO FROM
Virginia & Cuba,
VIA 'A8P1NW.AU.,
Of Ihe Most   Celebrated Drandi of
TOBACCO   &   SEGARS
EVEK IMPOBTBD
Rumples can he had  Bt tho «ADELPII',"
corner Vittes aud Guvermnent Btreets.
Arrival of a few more Plants
by the «' California."
JB©* Office of C. F.  Green's  Victoria
Mini Esquiuiult Express.
F. CUIPBEIX,
ie 2 ADELI'HI RBOAB .STdRE.
CHARLES    BERNARD,
Manufacturer and Dealer in
MM CHARTRES COFFEE.
And Splcc* of all klndm,
No. 707, Sansome street, corner Gold,
Between Jnckfon ami Pncific.
First Premium awarded by the Mechanics' Institute, for ths best Coffee and Spices.
The proprietor tmvinn introduced Steam
Power in hie Manufactory, ha ;now increased
facilities to supply the trude and thc public in
general.. All articles from his Estalili.shment
are guaranteed to be pu'ennd unadulterated.
The public are respecllnlly invited to call and
convince themselves Country orders promptly
attended to. se 2
BRITISH    PERIODICALS.
Tlie London Quarterly Review (Conservative).
The Edinburgh Review (Whig)
The Westminster Review (Radical)
The North British Review (Free Church)
Blackwood's Edinburgh magazine (Tory)
Tho (o.ir Rpvlewi rc-imbliiheil hy Mrnm. Pc»tt <\
Co., nr" iri>m<rii)ty CO Hldmcd na the Orrat BttMtWt.
nnu HUrkwood han been justly plin'ril iu th« tmne
rank, w'li'-' vi".■ .hi;.CM■■("* wnh rmdni.' fmi-licittnnq of
thi» olii*l, what<>vrr iiinv du hit ftntrftl i nformntinn,
»*;il i-.-u ti" itltnir-lli'T l.eliili'l thi' liiiii* in which he
liveH—and in tbeie timi^ a ptrwinty »non pet very
fur ''Hun 1. They miy b*. tend utid ntudletl wiih t\>\-
vimin f hy ihfl peo|)le of thin countryt of vtvry creed
und p<irty.
U~ III.ACKWOQI) li nnniiinllv «ttraotive it thin
tliiif to AmtrlCfttn,DOt onlyf>r lit seri I artirlei hy
-li im -Mi-h'-il wrilfri nf Hdhn, bul for ihe nrni>unt of
ihe Int" civil w-r. now being written hy C >1. Von
Durki', n (if-minofflciT, chh-f- .*-«talT loOun. J. E. H.
Stuart, of ili»* ConfiMlerfttenriny.
TKRMS   FOR   1886.
For unjoin' of tlie Rtftowi • S4 per iBDum
l'-r tn\ two ofthe llnvtewn  7 •♦
for anjr three of the llevlewi 10 "
For til four of the Review 12 M
Foe Itlackwo'd** Menmin* 4 •■
For Hleckwood and  one Kevt w  7 '*
For  Hlii' kwi-od end nny two of Iho  He.
tfttm io     "
For RtMkWAbd end three of Iho Review*..13       u
For HUckwotid nml ihe four Hovicwi 15      **
CLUBS.
A *ll«rount of twenty per rent, will he a'lmved lo clabii
pf four or Wire p*nons< Tnni, four a plM of
BtftOktrmd. Of ofono evlew will be MPnt In one address nr*12M). i-'our ci"|ii"« of Hit; luur Eeviews and
Rhiokwood, for$48, and noon.
POSTAGE.
When «ent hy mail, the I'oiTinR to nny part of the
I'uii-'l t toe will •-■ ■■! i *"in ii ,r .-.■ni . ;i year for
" UOKWOOB," and but eight cents a year for each of
the lioTiewi.
Miscellaneous.
Reduced Prices for previous years-
BabMrlben may obtnin ttie Rqvintn immediutely
preefding- *6i"6, as folh-wi, viz. :
flfacfctcfwl from 8"|itpmher. 1834. to December, 1805
inclusive, at the rate of $2 60 a y.-ur.
The. Xnrth Hritish from Jinuttry. 1853, to December.
lR66, inrliiRive; the Edinburgh •nd the \Vestminsterr Irom
P il. 18C4, to December, 1P6">, inelu>iv««. mid the
London Qitartrrhj foi theyyu 18' 5, nl the rato of $1 .00
a year for each or any    cvl»w.
t&* A few oopiei yet rein tin ofafl the four lUvieiat
for JbtJ3 ut ti a set, or il 60 for any one.
LEONARD   SCOTT   &   CO.,
Publishers, 38  Walker Streel} N.  Y.
L. & & Co., alio puhliih the
FAEMFE'S O-XJIIDE
By Bfimf PTrniRSH, .t Edinburgh, nnd ilie lii.e J P
NDKTOV, . 1 Ylf ollrBf. 3*nl«. Roj»i OotMO, 1000
pnirea. mid mimerou.  Ensruvini;!.
I'lico |7 for Ihe two mlumc!—by Mill, iwit paid,
»8 00. au 23
LEATHER,   HARNESS,
AND
Trunk Manufactory.
WHl. DALBY & CO.
WE TAKK THK  I'llK^KNT OPPORTnN--
iiv to Ihiitik our uumerxin nuitomert for
•li. l.H. r il pirnirni .Mi Im-■(.n-fil upon   or.  nnd
In latent th nml tht pgblle iu genttnl thnt
we art now roirjring on, in enDtiection with
Mr LMATIIIilt UTORK, i>.e uiiiiiiihuiurt of
llAK.SK>SofHllilf»cri|itiori8, also TUUNKa
mnl VAI.1SRS. We h»ve constKiitlj- oa hand
a larire asuortment of ISLAND TA.NNKI- KIP,
CALK, BABNB88, SOLE, WBLT. STHINO
and (1IIAIN I.KATIIKK; alio a KeD«ral u-
sortr.ipiii of SHIIrlMAKKIt'S F1NDINUS.
Purtios rcquiiinK nnrthinK in oiir lin.
should pM us a tri.il, ua we will supply tbetn
(liiupir than nnjr house north of San Fr»»-
Cisco.
BELTING   MADE  TO   ORDER.
Terms   Oash.
Wm,   Dalliy   Sc- Co.,
Yates Mreet, Victoria, V. I.
August 2 th, 18C1. au 20
TUE  ONE  THING   WANTED.
HOLLOWAY'S PILLS.
The Blood.
These famous pills nre so composed thn
they opernte wholesomely on the stomach, the
liver, the bowtls, uinl other orffBnsj by correcting any derangemenli in their functions
whereby a steady supply of pore material* tor
the renewal nt the lllootl is furnished, and a
constant obstruction of effete products ia effected. This perfect circulation thus beoomei
the very fountain of healih nnd4ife, and overcomes all form of disease wherever its »itua.-
tion.
General DlNorderN of Ihe  Liver
and Stomach.
All who ever indulge a' '.able, either is eating or drinking, should take nbout ten of tiss-
famouB pills at bed time, from which will rea
suit 11 clear head and good stomach the fell w-
ing morning. Thousands of Ladies art always complaining of sick beadnchej, wast o
appetite, want of energy, and want of strength,,
to correct all theso evils, three or four ol tiles*
fills should be taken twioe a week, whenthey
would give the invalid .ne health anil appatita
of a ploughman.
Female* of all Hyfll ami (Hague*
Obstructions of any kind, either in young
or those between forty and fifty—thn most erit-
icnlpeiiod of life—may be radically remo.-Mj-
by using these Pills according to the priated
directions which accompany each box. Young
persons wilh sickly and sallow compleiionf
may have the bloom ol health restored by thi?
corrective, wLich purifies the blood and'expels all gmss nnd impnre humors from tbesys-
tem. Beware then of the critical age Iron.
forty to filly, ns it sends many thousands to
premature grave,—these Pills'should bo takei
it that period of lile two or three times .
teek
Haul   of strength and Energy.
Persons of sedentary habits, or those troubled in roind, working in Factories or Coal
Pits, who cannot obtnin that amount of frest
nir and exercise wbich nature requires, suffer
from weakness and delility, lowness of spiriis
and want of nppetite. All such should take t
Jose or two of these Pills every three or fouL
days, as they act gently ond effectually on tb*
system and impart vigor and energy to the
body, which is always followed by a good
appetite, sound nnd refreshing Bleep, and »
high flow of spirits.
Cor the «'nre or Dropsy.
The efflccy of Hnllowny's Pills in Dropsy
is extraordinary. They act with sucb a peculiar effect upon the system, that the lloid*
causing this direful complaint, nre pereepttbl
carried off and prevented from any furibei
acenmu'ation. The sufferer regains a buoyancy of spirits and rejoice* in a completely
renovated coustitulion. It is indispensably
necessary thnt the Ointment should be raoic
effectually rubbed into the complaining partn
during the whole course uf treatment.
Children and their Allnu nfr.
In no country in the world are more children'
carried lo an early grave than in Great Brilaui.
Coughs, Measles, Scarlutinn, Fevers, and qlher
Jiseases attack the little sufferers, apd death,
hut too often, follows at a rapid pace ; yet if
nt the first stage or tHese complaints,'parents
were to bare recourse to Holloway's Pills, all
danger would be aioided for the stomach
and bowels would ae genily bul effectually
cleansed bv this milu aperient; the depraved
numors correctea ana tnesecretions duiy regulated. A perfect cure wonld -oon bi effected, and tbe "ttle patient restored to un'
health.
Holloway' Pi. t ve the best known remedy in Ik
world t-i the following diseases:
Fold »t ttle Sstiibllslinieiit of Pmfeiwor Holloway, ttt
.ctr»nd, (n.Br Temi'le Bar.) I. ndon : sis" by all respect
.lile Dnigeln'* and Dealers In Mo ieinpsthroughout the
civilised world,st the following p:lces— li. lu ft. ftx
is. IM., III., 21is., and 33a. each box.
Abo.
Asthma
BilliounComplnlnts
Blotchea   oh   th<
Pkt»
Bowel complaints
Colics
Constipation of tbe
Bow-Is
Consumption
Debility
Dropsy
Dysentry
Erysipelas
Female Irregular
idea
Fever of all kladi
Fit!
ilont
Head Ache
lndigestiol
InHainmatlon
Jaundice
I.lver Complaints
I.uti bayo
riles
Rheumatism
Retention ef Crine
Scp.ru'sorKinr ■
Evil
Sore Throats
stone and tireve
Secondary Symp.
tonil
Tlc-Doloreua
Tfcmori
Ulcere
Veuereal    -efleoi
tiona
Worms    of  a
kinds
Weakness     from
whatever csuse
*.* There is a considerable laving by taking the
irgeraizoa.
f-irectinns for the gutdr nee of patients In every dleor
iler are alllxed toesch Lex        ,
Pbintud and Published by llcCujBB A Co..at
tbe office, Langley Street.

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