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VOL. I.
THE
<c
EVENING TELEGRAPH,"
ITM.IMIKIi
Everv   Eveniag at  4   O'Clock,
(Saturday and Sunday evenings excepted.)
ALSO IVKltV
.SUNDAY    MORNING !
TERNS UP  SUBMUUIPTIOIf I
or Annum, tn advance, by mail, $10 UO
For nix  raonthi    6 00
1 cr W".ck, payable to Carrier,        26
lnglnOupea,        10
For terms of Advertisement apply at the
Office. Langley Street-
^
HERMAN   GHULTZ,
__ it—
His Well Known uud Old Established
Stand
The Government st. Boot Store,
Haa just received per steamer
A   FINE   ASSORTMENT   OP
Ladies'  and   Children's   Shoes,
Wbich be offers at a very low price.
Receives by each steamer From  England and
San  Francisco
BOOTS     <Sc    SHOES
FINEST   AN0 BEST QUALITY,
FRENCH   LEATHER,
—AND—
8HOE     FINDINGS,
At prices to correspond with the times.
se 12
NOTICE .
ILL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS
. \ against the undersigned are requested to
present ihetn within MO days from date.
All persons Indebted to the undersigned are
requested to settlo their accounts within HO
<iayB e'ther by note or otherwise, or they will
be given to my Attorney for collection, as i
intend to leave for Etilopc
se 16-lm J. W. KEYSER.
FOR     SALE
TWO OROVER k BAKER SKWINO
MACHINES, lor heavy work ; one
dinger's Machine, Ne. 2, for fine and heavy
work.
All the goods pcrtnininu to the business,
including cotton goods, ticking, pulu, aud
other goods too numerous loo mention.
The above will be sold for less tban cost
within M days.
Ttrmi—Cash or approved Notes.
-ALSO-
The entire stock of Crockery, Hardware,
Furniture, Fancy Goods, ke,, on tbe same
terms ai above.
All goods unsold after 30 days will be sold
•t auction.
se l«-lra J. W.   KEYSER.
TT-NI VEPtSIT Y
—or—
WASHINGTON TERRITORY
'pHIS INSTITUTION WILL REOPEN ON
A tbe 17th inst. Pupils of both sexes received, wbo will be expected to lurnish their
own rooms, which are provided in separate
buildings, free of charge.
The   Expense   ol   Boarding   and  Tuiiion.
without incidentals, will  not exceed $50 per
quarter of 11 weeks, payable in advance.
For further information address
REV. UEO. F. WHITWORTH,
President.
Seattle, W. T., Sept. 1st, 1866. sell
LIST OF ARRIVALS
At the Mount Ararat Hotel during the months
of June, July, and August, 1866.
June—His Bxcelleney Governor Kennedy, Mr
William A G Young, Mr. Benj W
Pearse.
Jaly—Messrs Jas Wilcox, F Dupray, Jas Reed
Macadam, John Dand, Louis Philpot.
F W Alwood, J R Ford, E S Hatch, Sir
Jas Douglas, D Fraser, E S Whiitiug-
ham.
•August—H E 8eelye, W B Stronach, J
Robertson Stewart, Thos Lett Stal-
achtnid , Robt Burnaby; John Nicholson, M M Titus, F VV Green, Benj W
Pearse, Acting Surveyor General, R
Homfray, H O Tiedemann ; James Mc-
Cutchan; Wm Denny, Wm Wilson,
Joseph Hilton, R D and J; Kenneth Mc-
Kenxie, Jr, Wm B McKenzie, David B
Blair, Chaa Redfern, Chil Kent.
tatelta
VICTORIA,   VANCOUVER   ISLAND,   THURSDAY   EVENING,    OCTOBER   11    1866
NO. 87.
New Advertisements.
LINCOLN   HOUSE!
Cor- Washington and Front sts,
PORTLAND, OREGON.
It. C. HATTHIBflEtV,
Of   the   St.   Nicholas   Hotel,   Victoria,
HAVING TAKEN THE AllOVB IlnUSIC,
wishes to anuuuuce lo tie public that he
ll now piepared to accomodate guests in a
satisfactory tnannT. Nothing will ba left undone, which is iu the power of the proprietor
to do, to render guesis comfortable.
Portland, August 24tb, 1866 se 14
NEW BUTCHER   SHOP.
Wm. B. Townsend
BEOS TO   INFORM THE PUBLIC THAT
on
SATURDAY   NEXT
He will re-open tho
Eureka.     Market,
GOVERNMENT   STREET,
Adjoining the Masonic   IIuudino,
Where he hopes,  by keeping a good article
and   by  strict   attention   to business, to
merit a share of tbe public patronage.
se 26-lm
I'HE GREAT   REMEDY   Ol?   THE
.AGE.
HOLLOWAY'S OINTMENT.
Tlie   effect   ot  (lie    Ointment   on    the
Byitem
To the Vr ry co e and centre ol all dis a es
which affect the human body, this remarkable
prejnirii ion penetrates. It disappears under
the friction ot the bauds, as salt disappears
when rubbe I u^on meat. The unguent perforins its healing errand rapidly, safely, aad
without pair.. Simple erupiions. open sores,
bard tumors, scroluiuii- iievelopments of all
kinds, abcesses, cancers, old wuunes. and, in
tact, every speci s of iutl imniation and suppuration, whether iu tbe skin, tbe flesh, the
glands, or among the muscles, can be arresteb
in its destructive course, und permanently
cared without danger by rubbing In tbis inestimable Ointment.
livftt,   Had   Hn-asta,
Sores,   and
In many Hospitals in Europe this celebrated
remedy is now used for tbe cure of old wounds,
sores, and ulcers ; in Spain and Portugal, and
iu many parts of Italy, the lirst Physicians re-
regularly prescribe its use. It is a Bovcreigr
remedy forbad breasts and bad legs; and likewise for all skin diseases. It. is lo be found in
tho chest of nearly every sailot, soldier, ane
emigrant.
liuiirudenrlel   of   Youth;—Sores   und
Ulcen.
The above class of complaints is surely re
ooved by nightly fomenting the parts witl
. inn water, aod then by most effectually rub
niug iu tli is Ointment. Persons sulfating fron
thpse direful complaints should lose not a mo
inetil in arresting their progress. It should tii
understood that it is not sufficient merely to
smear the Ointment on the affected parts, bul
it must be well rubbed In for some considerable
time tw.i or three times a day, that it may be
taken into the system, whence it will retnov.
only hidden sore or wou id as effectually a.
though it were palpable tu the eye. Bread and
water poultices, alter the rubbing in ol lb
Ointment, wi.l do great service. This is tbi
only proper treatment for females in cases cl
cancer in the stomach, or for those wbo sufli;
Irom a general bearing do* n.
Pile., FlntuliM, strictures.
Wolcbes,nsalsoswellings, can with ccrtnictj
be radically cured if the Ointment be usee
freely, and the Pills be taken night and morn,
ing as recommended in tbeprintedinstrmiiions
Wben treated in any otherway thece complaint,
jnly dry up in ene place to break out in an-
ither; whereas this Ointment will remove tht
'minor from the system, aid leave the patien
i vigorous and healthy being. It will requir.
ime, aided by the use of tue Pills, to ensure
asting cure.
DIpthcrlit,   ll-ni i liltl.,   Sole   Tliroalu,
Any of the above class of diseases may be
-ured by well rubbing tbe Ointment three
.imes a dsy upon Ihe skin covering the throat,
chest, and neck ot the patient. The unguent
will soon penetrate tho pores and give immediate relief. To allay the fever and lessen lbs
inSnmation, eight or ten Pills should be takes
night and morning. The Ointment will pio-
duce perspiration, which is so essential for
removing fevers, sore throats, and those oppressions of the chest which arise from
Asthma, Bronchitis, and other causes.
Both  the  Ointment and   Pills   should
be  used   ln the  following  Caeca t
Bail t*gt
Porn* (Cjrna)
Rheumatiira
Bid Breast*
Oncers
tjMda
Burns
C 'otracted       and
Sore Nipples
Bunion*
s&itiJofitfl
$ re Thro:it
Blt«o( Motchi-tnet
Kleptinntuitl
Skin diiteas'
and Sand-Fllei
Kliitulaii
SBOlVf
oco-bay
ShiefjD-ioot
Gout
S»re hcadi
<>Un<lular    Sweli-
Elinor*
Itngt
Horn
;bllblftinfl
l( rnb.igo.
Woundi
Chapped Hands
Pile*
Yaw*
gold f.t t e Establishment ol PnorminR ITollowa
.'44, Strand, near Tempi-- But), London ; alto tij a
respectable DruR-fjist* und [fetters In Medicines through
aut tht civilized world, at the Toll-wing prices In. lk<i
i. 9d.  4s C4L Hi., 22., and 83b,, each Pot.
%*  Tliere aaconifderAbleaavingbytakingthelarfrtk
Uea.
S I.—l>lrtetlo»a for ihepuidanca of Ptttont* tn «rM
dliortw are affixed io rich F«t
THD
EVENING TELEGRAPH
GENERAL
Job   Printing
ESTAItLIKIinEIVT
Langley Street, Victoria,
The  Printing    Office
OF  THE
EVENING
TELEGRAPH
Office is replete with every appliance
and variety of Material for tbs
Execution of
LETTER PRESS   PRINTING!
Id all iu brunches, whether
Plain or Ornamental
Miscellaneous.
'PHE   OFFICE   AIMS   at  securing
L    suet  speedy   Execution of orders as  is
consistent witb   correct and   elegant Work,
mauship.
Orders received for Printing
Books,
Business Cards,
Pamphlets
Invoices,,
Catalogues
Bill Heads,
Sermons,
Trade Forms,
Reports
Circulars, (PWia
Rentals,
Coloured,)
Leases,
Band   Bills. (Plata or
Law Forms of erery
Coloured,)
description,
For Prices,   apply   at the  Office
Langley street,
Qeneral News Agent
J. Stratman.
EMPIRE NEWS DEPOT
Cor. Washington & Sansome sif.
Nan Francisco.
THE ADVKRTISKR is prepared to supply
with punctuality and celerity the annexed
newspapers and periodicals upon the following
terms All orders, to receive immediate attention, must be accompanied by cash remittance,
anil handed in previons to the 4th, 14th, and
24th of each month.
Lontton Daily Times $14 00
"      Tht Field _  MOO
"      Illu.trat.-d Time*  7 00
•'      Weekly Timet       7 00
"       Bairn l.i To in I.»n<inn 14 00
'     Weeklv Ili-i'Mcl. HOC
"       III. New. of Il.e World 14 00
*       Tublic Opinion  7 60
1      Index (Free 1 rude) \loo
"        111.   B|>orting New*   8 00
"       Spectator  14 00
"       Rfiew   1400
11      Saturday Keview 14 00
DubM-Nation )S00
I.oii'li.   Illustrated New. 14 00
Atlstl'o Monthi; SOU
Black wood'- Maffjixiue 3 00
H«rp r*< Mairtzine 3 00
Sixpennv Mfieuine Son
Knickerbocker 31.
PaciSc V int'ily    ..-••• JOu
tinilev'.l..idie. Bpr.fc 8 00
Musical Host 3 00
Continental Magazine  3 00
M.'lnni Itemon-st'*    onthl.v 306
F. Leslie', pew Kamitr Magazine  3 00
Chsroberr K.linburirti   ournal 4 00
Montlilv   paper*, "nee a  Week 6 00
»■ "       Alllhf Tear Round 6 00
Thackeray's Cornhill Magazine 6 0C
[jondon Lancet 3 00
3. A Sala'aT-inpl-Bar (100
London Society  Ua-'nune loo
Bt James Maeaame .600
EHinhnrrh Review 10 00
Lonilun   Review 10 00
Noith British Review 10 00
tfoftminsur Review ,10 00
Tendon Art Jiumal '..1*110
Hinifjt  SmelliDf Mat 10 00
An Appeal   to   the  Citizens of
Victoria, V-1.
'THE    CONGREGATION-    KMANT-EL   OF
1  Victoria, V. I., in meeting assembled, tbis
dav, Saturday, Hept. 22d, 1866,
Resolved, That tbo aid of our Fellow Citizens of all Denominations be solicited through
the fallowing authorized uud duly appointed
t.'ommiiiee. And that Buch Committee endeavor, by every means iu their power, to
raise funds whereby part ofthe debt or mortgage on the Isruelitish Synagogue may be
cancelled. Knowing tbe liberal views and
generosity of the citizens of Victoria, the congregation has nol the slightest doubt (making
due tilluwance lor the dullness of the season)
that tlieir uppeal wiil meet with that response
which the exigency of tbe case requires.
A. JACOBS, President.
L. ANTHONY, Secretary.
II. M. COHEN,
LBWIH LEWIS,
D. SHIRPSER,
J. W. KEYSER,
se24 Commi'tee on Subscription.
AYER'S
CHERRY
PECTORAL,
FOR THE RAPID CURE OF
Colds, Coughs, und
llonrsenvss.
URTMnmi. Mash., 20th Doc, 18S5.
Dr. J.C. Atkr: 1 itu not heiiUW tu wy
the best remedy I have ever found fur
Coughs, HoarsunutMi, luflt.aiiza, ami the
concomitant njiiiptuiiisora Cold, Is your
Cherrt Pectoral. Itsconitaut use fa
my practice ami my family for the last
Inn years haa shown It to |>o*seM stipe-,
rior virtues for tho treatment of these
complaints.     HUH KNIQIIT, M D.
A. B. Ml >RTLKY, Esq., of Utica, N. Y , writes: " I have
ufed your Pkctohal myself and in my family ever since
you iuveutod It, and believe It the best muillclne for Its
purpose ever put out. With a bad old 1 should soonet
pay twenty-tl ve dollars for a bottle thaii do without it, at
Ukt- nny other remedy."
Croup, Whooping Cough, Iufluenxa.
fi-mit.Hi.i i', Mm., Feb. 7,1860.
Urother Atkr: I will cheerfully certify your PnCTORil
Is the best remedy we posaeiMi for tha cure of ttlttwpitig
Cough, Croup, aim the chest diseases of children. Wa of
your fraternity iu the South appreciate your skill, aud
commend your medicine to our people.
I11RAM CON KLIN, M.D.
AMOS LEE, Esq., Moxterev. Ia., writes, 3d Jan., 1856:
"I had a tedious luflueuza, which confined me in doora
six weeks; took many medicines without relief; finally
tried your Pectorai. hy the advice of our clergyman
The first dose relieved the soreness in my throat aud
lungs; less than oue half the bottle made me completely
well. Your medicinrs are the cheapest as well as the best
we can buy. aud we eateem you, Doctor, and your remedies, as the |H>or man's friend."
Asthma or Phthinic, and Bronchitli.
WEST Maxciooteb. Pa., Feb. 4, 18.V).
Sir: Your Cherrt Pectoral Is performing marvellous
cures lu this section. It has relieved several from alarming symptoms of consumption, find is now curing a man
who has labored under an aflW-tlon of the lungs for ths
last forty years. HENRY L. PARKS, Merchant.
A. A. RAMSEY, M. 1).. Albion, Mhxbor Co., Iowa,
writes, Sept. fl, lRftft: "During my practice of many years
I have found nothing equal to your Ciikrrt Psctoral for
giving ".i-" aud relief to consumptive patleutt, or curing
smh as ore curable."
We might add volutnea of evldenoe, but the most convincing proof of the virtues of this remedy is found in Its
effects upou trial.
Consumption*
Probably no on« remedy has ever been known which
oared so many and such dangerous cases as this. Some
no human ail ran reach; but even to those the CilRRl
Pectoral affords relief and comfort.
Astor HotiHi, New Yore Pitt. March H, 1BS8
Doctor Atkr, Lowell: 1 feel It a duty and a pleasure
to Inform you what your Cherrt Peitoral has done for
my wife. She had been five mouths lalwring under the
dangerous symptoms of Consumption, from which no «fd
we could procure pive her much relief. She wan steadily
failing, until Dr. Strong, of this city, where we have coma
for advir*. recommended a trial of your medicine. Ws
bless hiskindneas, tin we do yonr skill, for she bll recovered from that dny. She is not yet ns ItTOU tt "lie used
to be, but Is free from her counh. and calls humlf well.
Yours with gratitude and regard.
ORLANDO SHKUtY, or Pnn.niTn.iJ.
Omsumptieet, do not desjiair till you have tried Airr'r
Oiibrrt raoTOSits It is made by OM ti Uw it *l mtdlcttl
chamiiits in the world, and ilx i in<" ill nroiiml us U*|-eak
the high merits of Its virtues,— J'/nladelphtu ledger.
Ayer's Cathartic Pills,
THE sciences of Chemistry and Medicine ha*e l«sn
taxed their lllimwt to pndWM tin* l«-t. limit \*t*s\\\n
purgative which is known to itntii. CmHUMnbli proofs
are shown thnt three Pills have virtues whit h suriuws In
•ice I le i ne tha ordinary tuetlii iues. nml tbst lb' y win un
precedent rdly qnfl the MMMi "t "11 men, Th<v are iafe
and pleasant to take, but powerful U< cure. Tlm.r |NM
trating properties stimulate tbe vital activities of the bony,
remove the obstructions of its organs, purify the blood,
aud expel disease. They purge out ilof-n:] hum >rs which
breed and grow dlsN-nijM-r, stimulate sluggish or disordered organs intotheir natural action, and impart healthy
tone with strength to the whole system. Not only do
they euro the cvery-day complaints of every body, but
also formidable and dangerous diseases that have luiffled I
the l>est of human skill. While they produce powerful
effects, they are at the same time, in diminished doses, the
safest and best physic that can Ix- employed ft* rbibln-ri.
Being sugar-coated, they are pleasant to take; and lieing
puroly vegetable, are free from any risk of harm. Cures
have been made which surpass Mlef were they not substantiated by men of such exalted position ami character
as to forbid the suspicion of untruth. Many eminent
clergymen and physicians have lent their names to certify to the public the reliability of my remedies, while others have sent me the assurance of their convictiin that
my Preparations contribute immensely to the relief of my
afflicted, suffering fellow-men.
The Agent below named is pleased to furnish gratis my
American Almanac, containing directions fortheir use and
Wrtiflcates of their cures, of the following complaints: —
Costiveness. BtliMis Complaints. Rheumatism, Dropsy,
Heartburn, Headache arising from a fotrf Stomach, Nausea, lndig'»tion. Mt rbid Inaction of thc Bowels and Pain
arising therefrom, 1 Intulency, Ia<m of Apatite, all I'lcer
•us and Cutaneous Dt*e*wes which requini au evacnant
Medicine, Scrofula or King's Evil. They also, by purifying the blood nnd Ftiinulsting tbe sy.-tem, cure many
complaints which it would not l»e supposed they could
reach, such as Deafhess. Partial Blindness, Neuralgia and
Nervous Irrital-ility. Derangement* of the Liver and Kidneys, Gont, and otlier kindred complaints arising from a
low stats of the body or obstruction of its functions.
Do not be put off hy unprincipled dealers with some
other ptl) they make more profit on. Ask for Ater's
Pilu, and take nothing else. No other Ihey can give
yon compares with this in iu intrinsic tsIiic or curative
powers. The sick want the beet aid there It for them,
and they should hare it
Prepared by Dr. M. «-. ATER,
tractieal aud Analytical Chemist, Lowall,
**«■ fa\B Cts. pxr Box.   Fits Boxn tor %1.
*ot.n nv
FOR,     SALE,
$n
\ (100D MARE (IN FOAL), WITH TBAR-
A   Hog colt   bj   ber   aida.    Will work ia
jingle ur double bamesi.
Apply »t tbe
Office of the Evening Telegraph*
LANGLEY  STREET.
«■»
For Bale Ex Camden,
HoitrtlfT, Backer, um! Aogfontara BIU«rt,
Oregon Cider In bbls. and um,
(Inr. t In casks, half-casks and caset,
(anterne and California Wblte Win*,
French Ucohol 90 O.P.,
Eug. (Ilquol, iluniin and Bollenser Chaa.
pague,
ind In  ^lore an  assortment of Brandy
and Liquors »ul(ab!e for the frada.
tat* Depot of Havana Cigars.
EUGEXE TUOMAS,
8e 8 Yates street.
Relief  for   the   Afflicted.
THB INTRODUCTION Q.T
Ferry     Da-rim'
Vegetable Paiu Killer
To tlio Suffering  Huniani'y of tbis Aga
liaa relieved moro pain, and caused mor»
real joy tban any other one thing that o«a
be iiniiieil.
MOORE St, Co.,  Victoria,
AND ALL DRUGGISTS.
tell
IT  13  AH
Invaluable   Remedy,
Our lirst Physicians use it,  anil  reenmmea
its   use;   tbe   Apothecary linds   it   first
among the medinues called lor, aad
tbe wholesale Druggist considers
it a  leading article  of bis
trade.     All the dealers
in medicine speak
alike  in its I'n-
vurjand its
reputation as a medicine of great
merit and virtue is fully and [ierma-
ncntly  established,  and it is  the «re«t
Family MediciDo   of  the  Ar'j.
Every Volunteer should have a liotile, in case
of sudden attacks of Disease.
Taken Internally, curei
Sudden Colds, Coughs, kc,
Weuk Stonncli,
General Debility,
Kursinp Soro Month, Canker,
Liver Complaint,
Dyepepeia or 1 ndijrosiion.
Crump and pain iu the Stomach,
liowol Complaint,
Painter.-' Colic,
Aniatio Choi.Tit.
Diarhteit and Dysentery.
Taken exleinally curei
Felons, Boils, nnd Old Sores,
Severe Hums, and Srnlds,
Culs, Uruises nnd Sprains,
Swelling of the Joint*,
Ringworm and Tetter,
Broken llreasts,
Frosted Feet and Chilblains,
Toothache,
Pain in tlie Face,
Neur.iig u and Rlieuiiiati-m.
2?Ji.TJsT   KILLEE,
Taken internally, should be adulterated
wiih milk or water, and sweetened with
sugar, if desired, or made into a byrup
with molasses. For a CODGII and
Bronchitis, a few drops on Sugar, eaten,
will be more effective than anything else.
For SOKE THROAT, gargle the throai.
with a mixture of Paiu Killer and water,
nnd tbe relief is immediate and cure positive.
So." It should not be forgotten that
tbe .Pain Killer is equally as Rood to
tsko internally as to use externally.
Each bottle is wrapped wilh ull directions for its use.
j Prices 25 ceuts, 50 c«el£ k $1 per bottle. Miscellaneous.
Flogging Gaiibotti:rs —Tlie ilun-
cliesler Courier givei the following account
of tbe flogging of severul men who were
convicted at the late assiz-s of rohbery
with personal violence :—The prisoners
were stripped to the waist, their legs
fastened in a kind of box, and their arms
secured by strops at the wrist, leaving
their hands free lo clutch two rings to
which the straps are attached. The first
brought to the post was Michael Flaherty,
aged 18, who was to receive 18 lashes.
Tlie prisoner had forlifitd himself with a
piece of leather, which lie rolled in bi-
mouth, and at every fall of the 'cat'
compressed between his teeth. He writhed
and howled piteously, and nt the twelfth
stroke cried, ' Oh dear, oh dear, tell me
whether that is oleven or twelve.' 'I'lie
stolid and stalwart gaoler who handled
the whip vouchsafed no reply, l<nt repeit'.ed
his blows at the Bignal from the surgeon,
with about halt a minute's interval between ench infliction. The suspense between the strokes seemed :o add to ihe
agony of the torture, leaving time for the
dreaded apprehension of the renewal of
the stroke. On being released, the prisoner, who had howled so fearfully before,
turned round, and said, wiih the most
consummate impudence, ' Thank you,
gentlemen, my mother often gave me
worse with her npron strings.' The next
mounted was Peter Kelly, who wus u
youth of about 20 years, tell in stature
end muscular in frame. Ho had been
convicted of highway robbery with violence, and of on attempt, to ' choke and
strangle ' nn old man. He bore the first
three or four strokes with perfect composure, bnt throughout the rest of the
casligution groaned repeatedly at every
stroke. Once, turning round, he said,
' I'm innocent of this, gentlemen ;' and
when taken down he repeutcdly protested
his innocence of the offence for which he
had been condemned. Ho also received
18 lashes. He was brought into tbe yard
as Kelly was taken away, and turning
round, he saw the unsightly lacerations on
bis companion's back, and shuddered at
the anticipated pain of undergoing a similar disfigurement. Though he uttered no
cry or groan, every miscle and fibre of his
frame shook throughout the operation.
On being removed, ho also declared h s
titter innocence of the crime imputed to
him. A refractory youngster, who had
refused to work, was next hoisted. At
the first stroke he howled, danced, and
shrieked, and continued to do so throughout, protesting that he would do auy work
if allowed to go.
The Hbbcules—During the shott
interval which has elapsed since tbe keel
of this vessel wis laid down she has made
the most rapid progress, and although the
first piece of iron for her construction
was lowered into the dock so recently as
the 21st of June last, the vessel is now
almoBt entirely in frame, and a considerable portion of her doublo cellular-bottom
is already completed—a rate of progress,
it was remarked, wliicli was without a
parallel in iron ship building. The Her
cules is being built on the broadside principle, while iter designs, as produced by
Mr. Reed, show that she will surpass
every other vessel of her class in the ele
ments of strength and offensive and do
fensive powers. She is to be constructed
of 8in. of exterior armour plates, hid on
a backing of 12in. of teuk, behind which
will be worked plating of I Jin. in thickness over S!6io. of teuk and the ordinary
J n. inner iron skin. Borne idea of the
cuormous strength may be formed by a
comparison of the Hercules nnd the Warrior, the latter having a maximum weighi
of 4271b. per square foot; while the
weight of the former will be 737 lbs. per
square foot. It is intended that the
Hercules, which will probably bc thc lust
of that class of broadside ships the present
Admiralty will sanction tbe construction
of, shall be ready for sea within a couple
of years.
New   Advertisements.
New  Goods
EX   "ROYAL  TAR.'
THOS. WILSON & CO.,
Invilc attention to their
New Stock of WINTER
GOODS just arrived by
Royal Tar from London,
consisting  or
FLANXELS—Wfi.sh— Twilled Saxony
I'lniii uud fancy (Jolora
DITTO — Canton — White   and   Uo-
blcnchtd
BLANKETS—All sizes
BALMORAL SKIRTS
FRENCH  MERINOS—In all colors
Hoyles' Prints, Horrocksss' Long Cloths,
Linen and Cotton Ticks, Sheetings,
Quilts, Drugjet Squa es, Green Baize,
Hollands, American Leather Cloth,
—AND—
A General Assortment of Goods suitable for
the Autumn aad Winter.
Tho3.   Wilson &  Co.,
MASONIC BUILDING,
GOVERNMENT    STREET
se 20
FACTS vs. THEORIES.
"Give me a place to rest my lever on,'>
•ays Archimedes, "and I will move the
world." " Give me pure and unadulterated
drugs," says Medicus, of tho olden time,
" and I will euro disease."
In Jim sense, both of tbese learned pundits
were the veriest charlatans. They knew there
was no place to rest their lever on,'either to
move the world or euro disease. Mechanism
was in a backward state, aod the medical profession was but unothet name for sorcery,
and all the adjuncts of magic filters and
cbarms of tlie " evil eye," ke.
But these latter days havo borne unto us
something more than even superstition and
its crew ever dreamt of in tbeir maddest philosophy. In these days of practical science,
what was theory ot yesterday ir tact to-day,
and all tho old time notions become as bubbles
in the sun, and burst and break with every
breath we draw.
bet Archimedes shoulder his lever and we
will find a resting place for it to move the
world. Let mine ancient Medicus pant and
toil no more for the drugs he so sorely needs,
for we have them at our hand, ever ready to
serve them at his beck.
Refined in the laboratory of Dr. Magiiel,
the finest materials known ln the medical pro
fession are obtainable by any one. His
Billious, Dyspeptic, and Diarrhoea Pills stand
unrivalled, and his Salve operates with magical effect upon burns, scalds, and all sores aod
• leers ofthe skin.
In fact, we think Magoul's Pills and Salvn
are the Wonder of this century, and we are
Sappy in the thought that many others of our
brethren ofthe cralt agree with us. We would
earnestly counsel-.(hat all families provide
themselves with Dr. Maggiel's Prepaiations at
once, and keep them -eady at band, so as to
use them at the most opportune time and as
■ccofief. serves,— Valley Senlinel.
LTTIMiBEIR,
A
LARGE   ASSORTMENT   OF   ROUGH
and dressed Cor sale cheap,
J. ROBERTSON STEWART.
Victoria, V. I„ 20ih August, 1866. se 21
An Appeal   to   the Citizens of
Victoria, V-1-
'THE CONGREGATION EMANU-EL OF
1 Victoria, V. I., iu meeting assembled, this
day, Saturday, Sept. 22d, 1866,
Resolved, That the aid of our Fellow Citizens of nil Denominations be solicited through
the following authorized and duly appointed
Committee. And that such Committee endeavor, by every means in their power, to
raiBe funds whereby part ofthe debt or tuort-
gago on the Israelitish Synagogue may he
cancelled. Knowing the liberal views and
generosity ofthe citizens of Victoria, the congregation has not. the slightest doubt (making
due allowance for the dulli.css of the season)
that their appeal will meet with that response
which thc exigency ofthe cnBe requires.
A. JACOBS, President.
L. ANTHONY, Secretary.
II. II, COHEN,
LEWI* LEWIS,
D. >HIRPSEIl,
J. W. KEYSER,
se24 Committee on Subscription.
REMOVAL.
W,  IIEATHORN
If
BEGS LEAVE TO INFORM HIS
friends nnd the public that he has
removed his
Boot and Shoe Store
To Government stiiket, two dnors from the
"Colonist and Chronl le" Office, where be
will continue his Bout Making businoss.
BOOTS AND SHOES MADE TO ORDER
Of the best mnterials and workmanship.
N.B.—Repairing dono at shortest notice.
se 23
OLYMPIA OYSTERS
IN  EVERY  STYLE  AT
A.   W.   PIPER'S,
AND  THE
Best Welsh Rarebits
ON    THE    ISLAND.
se 19
TUB-OFJBJSTTlXat
EUREKA CONCERT ROOM
1 VDEIl THS JIUABEJIFAT OF .IMS. QlAIU.l.S.
HPHIS MOST FAVORITE AND FASHION-
able place of amusement having been
entirely re-decorated will re-open This Evening at 9 o'clock. Mr. Ned Reed, the famous
Banjo Player will be in attendance to amuse
vi-itors with his minstrel Songs. At the Bar
the best of case Liquors and Havana Cigars
will be dispensed.
Open every Evening at 9 o'clock, admission
free. ie 24
H   Turner & Co.
GOVERNMENT STREET,
VICTORIA, V. I.
LONDON   FIRM,
J- P- Tunstall & Co-
LONDON    HOUSE,
September, 18C6.
We hare received by "Pioyal Tar" and late Express arrivals a
great part of our Autumn and Winter Stock. It comprises as usual a
full assortment of Staple and Fancy Gauds.
Linens, Cottons, Prints, Damasks,
Blanki:ts, Flannkls. kc,
Dbesb Goods, Tiik Nkw Linskys, Skkoks, Merinos,
Poplinks, Plaids, kc.
.Shawls—Hich Brochc, Wool, Himalayan, kc,
Ladies' and Children's Underclothing,
Mantles, Furs, Hosikry, Embroideriks, Lace
Goods, kc.
Millinery Wreaths, Head Dresses, a beautiful selection
of Bonnets in tlie Lamballe, Pamela, and other new
shapes;   Hats in silk, velvet, and straw.
This department is now uiukr tlie direction of a First Class French
Milliner, who arrived by last steamer.
The above goods have been selected by our London partner with great
care, and will be sold on most favorable terms.
8C21
H.   Turner   *tc   Oo.,
Agents for Alexandre's Kid Gloves.
A   Triumph   ot    Science
—AKD—
THE  LIGHT   OP   THE   WORLD
DR. MAGGIEL'S
PILLS   & SALVE.
1 he*e Lfe-plviiift r-medl
i f.g v-i putii civ lo Ui M
f u • t.niury os (lri  at   practice theiiigredu mLs iii tU> to
i nr* nnvf, for the flf I
ti   «-,ir tt   putii civ lo th   w r -1     Kor over ftijuaifl'c
Life-Giving Pills
Jtiv* be-n useil with the frreitwt tnecaufi tntie
tni.-shn i» ii t on y io >r vent it *g', tmt tn ' "ire
Thtyn rch ou th varioH* mnl dli hy h ch thn
patient i* ftiilf«-rliiij, in,.! rn invigorate t « aHliw
syni«'in. T th« are'l mnl inflrin A lew iluso* of these
valu&iilfl PILLS Willi rove *<> bo
A VERY FOUNTAIN OF TOOTH,
F.»r In tverv cane t'iey a-M new life and vita'tty, nnd
tnt.ro the w.ni ge \ttgiti lo thoir ristiiie it..te. T.
tho >o g ani mi dl> iffinl thi'y uill pr-ve most in
vnlu He, a» a rat y, ipociflc ami ster Inx medicin".
ere i» a dream realized, that P«tiM«de*I/ton sough'
fur three hundred years ago, and never f nml. • e
looktd tort I tnaafii thai would restore the old to
'. igor and make f outh ever
An Eternal Hpringf!
U war left for thii dntr and hour ti realise the drenm,
mnl ch»w iu one gloinu fact the magic thai i.aiU
ii fair.
THESE  FAMOUS  REMEDIES
Cannot et iv thp flight of yean, hut tln'y can force back,
nn Bold iilool, diaeaMtB hat mi til In mptl ovei tint
ag '1 and the young. Let n-ne hesitate then,, but
u 17a, the favorable opportunity that offers. When taken
as prescribed—
For Blllious Disorders
Nothing can be more p-oducMee of cure than these
1'ilN—Their almost m g|j influence Is felt at o «• ;
nml ihe UHual ci nc miuuU uf thn on it dlsLresiinu
ilwniie tn removed. These rum. diet are made (runt
the purest
VEGETABLE COMPOUNDS.
Th^y will not harm the moat dolieate female, and
ca i bu k1 ii with good tfleet iu proscribed denes to
I lie youngest babe.
For Cutaneous Disorders
And all eru'Hon* or the skin, Min HALVE ii moat iu
vahuble.    It does n I lu-al  ■ x(e>Dtly Mm ■,  but pene
t.   iu. -, IlV.   il..   .   ....ti... ..tm  ... .   ._   ii..   -__r	
Cow Por Sale
\   COW (AND OALP SIX WEEKS OLD),
il  wurranlcd perfectly gentle.     I'ricc $55.
Also, a young Steer.
Apply to
•e20 G. NIAS, James Bay.
Dissolution   of Partnership.
NOTICE.
. HE PA11TNERSIIIP HERETOFORE EX-
I    iMinK between   Thomas   Napier   Hiblicn
and James Carswell  under tbe name or firm
of Hibben k Carswell, lias been  ilns dny dissolved by mutual consent.
The ousiness will in future  be  carried   on
by Mr. T. N   Hibben, who wll   pay   and   receive ull money due to or owing by the late
firm
Dated this 13tli day of September 1860.
THOMAS NAI'IER HIBBEN,
JAMKS  CARS WE 1,1..
Witness to tlio  signature of Thomas Napiei
liibhcn,
UEORflK   Pbarkes,
Solicitor, Victoria, V. T.
Witness to the Signature of James Carswell,
Honpar Hishop,
Solici'or, Victoria, V. I.
se 13-lm
BRITISH    PERIODICALS.
. ,ii■ i.i "■ ■. .. ■,■■•>• i. i 111 ■ i . \ i. ii i
tr ttt with the most a arching efl <
of ihe evil.
* lo the vary root
dr. mm His
Invariably cure the following Diseases :
Aithraa,
Bi»wel Cora plain ti,
Concha,
GoldM,
Chest Di eases,
CuitivrnePH,
I»    : pi J>1 h ,
Diarrh' a,
Drops v.
DcUlttjr,
,  „      , Fever and hgi *,
Female Complaint*,
Headache,
Indi? atlnn,
Indue, zt,
Inflamm .tlon,
inward Weakness,
Li-er Complaint,
Lowiie-^ofSiiirltB,
Klnirworm.
Bbtnuat'im,
Salt    hfnnh
Sualds,
Skin Dineasea.
tkaT VOTICR.— 'onegeirine wttnont the  eneraved
Iradfc.mark   round dub pot or boa, signed b\ DR, J.
iA(.Ql   l„ 43 Fulton street} New ■ ork, to countL-rfet
Whi. h is felony.
4^ Mold hv ill resnectnhle Dealers In Vfdicinei
throughout the United S-atos aud Can.da—at 25 cents
per V»x or pot.
A. C. Langley & Co.,
Agents for Vancouver Island and British
Columbia.
it 2
The London Quarterly Revew (Conservative).
The Edinbirgh Review (Whig)
The U estminster Review (Radical)
The Korth British Review (Free Church)
Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (Tory)
The foir Reviews re-puhlished by Messrs. ?roTT &
Co., or" ePin-ral y CO nide>ed an tuo (treat BefltWI,
atiii Blackwood lias ieen jisily placed in tb«aarae
mnk. Whoever dia;ien^«H wilh r (id.n^' pn licntinnt of
thin cla«l, whatever ma> lie hi* eil^ral i ..form itlnn,
«;ll Bonn lm ftltosrether d'ehind the time in whieh he
lives—iind in tlicse times a pe. ko i uvty lowi net vety
far bebtodi   Tbey may m *e»u and studleil with nn.
eanlaM* hy ihe people ol thin co uitry,  of every creed
and party.
1.^- IILVCKWOOD Is qnUltuUr Attractive at ihln
time t» Aiti'MiiaiiH, not on1yf>r Iti Rtrl I articles by
■lihtinmiifh'id writers ol tii-ii n, hut fnr he noouqnlof
ilie lat*- civil w r now hi'iiiR wililei ly Cl. Von
norke, a Ofm-ritioffiner, ebb f- T-j-talf to Gun. J. E. li.
.- tuart, of the Coufrilerate army.
TERMS   FOR   1866.
For an j nno of the Keview* f 1 per annum
For An) twooflbe RflvleWM  7 '*
For auy tbr»e of tbe i ovfewi 10 "
Forallfuur of tbe llevlewd 12       "
Kua Hlackwo-d's Ma   itii" 4 "
V'or Blackwood and   "lie Rovl w  7 ■'
For ll!:r Kw-.od and any two of the Reviews 10 "
For rl*ckw<nd and three of thu Hevle**s..l3 **
For HI *ckwood ami ihe four Keviows 15 "
CLUBS.
A dl*notint of twenty per cent, will be a'lowed lo clubs
cf four or more personK. Tnus, four c pies of
Hlarkwcod, or ofotif Review will he went to one address <>r AI2 80. Knur copies of the fuur Iteviewa and
Blackwood, for$48, and soon.
POSTAGE.
When sent by mail, tbe Postage to nny part of the
Unittd t tei wi 1 be i ut twent>-four ceutsa year for
" LACKwoot)," and but eiyht cents a year for each of
the Reviews.
Re "uced Prices for previous years.
S'll.Frrlbers may obtain the Repaint* immediately
preceding 1806, as foil, ws, viz.:
2Macfe«wod from S-ptem '-r. 18^4. to December, 1865
Inclusive, at the rate of $2 50 a year.
The ATor(ABrifi«Hfrnm.Iinuary. 1868, to Tleoemfcer
1>65, inehistye; the Edinburgh 'nd the Westminster trim
p il. 1864, to Decemic, 186'), inelu Ive. add the
Isondon Quarterly tor the year 18 6, at the rate of $1 60
a y.tr lor each or any   evi'W.
jW" A few copies yetrt-nnin ofoB Itofovr Revieios
for 1863 at * 1 a set, or tl 60 for any one.
LEONARD   SCOTT   &   CO.,
Publishers, 33  Walker Strut. N. T.
L. S, & Co., also publish tbe
FATUVEFDR'S C3-XJI3DE
By IllWRT PTiPmmi. «f Edinburgh, nnd tin l..ej. P.
.\oktos, ■ I Tlf <ill«r.. 2 >•"!>. Rojiti Oulavo, 1000
p;iL'C, iii ii numeiou.  KiiKravitiju-
Fcice |7 for tbs two rn'-jaw—bj lf.il, roit paid,
|B «t .» 33
TUE   ONK  TUIA'G   WAIsTED.
HOLLOWAY'S PILLS.
The Blood.
These fiimona pills are so composed tb*
tbey operate wholesomely on the sloniHch, if,.'
liver, Ihe bowils, anil oiher organs; by corree:-
ing any derangements In their functions
whereby a steady supply of pure materials tor
the renewal ol the llfood Is lurnishrd, nml a,
constaut abstraciiou of effete products is effected. This perfect circulation thus become*
the very fountain of health and life, and overcomes all form of disease wherever Us eitua^-
tion.
General Dlaordei-8 of Ihe  Mvc,
and  Momach.
All who ever indulge a* table, either in eat*
'nu or drinking, should take altoDt ten of thes-
tiiui.vii i pill') iii bed time, from which will reo
suit a clear head and good stomach the foil w~
ing morning. Thousands of Ladies sre always complaining of sick headaches, want o
appetite, wantof energy, and wantol jirenglh,
to cotrcct nil these evils, three or four ol these-
Pills should be taken twiee a week, when they
would give the invalid .oe health anil appelit*
of a ploughman.
Females of all Aftcs and <lUUMI
Obstruction.) ot any kind, either in young
or those between forty and fifty—th' most critical petiod of life—may be radically iemo.",<}
by using these Fills according to the printed,
directions whieh accumpaoy each box. YnunR
persons with sickly and tallow complexion?
may have tbe bloom of health restored by thi?
corrective, wl ich purifies the blood and expels nil grOBS and impure humorsfrum thefys-
lem. Beware then of tho critical nge fronr
forty to fifty, as it sends many tlmusunds t»
Ijremature grave,—these Pills should be titlm
it that period of lite two or three times p
teek
Want   uf Strength and Energy.
Persons of sedentary habits, or those troubled in mind, working in Factories or Coal
Pits, who cannot obtain thnt amount of fresJ,
air and exercise which nature requires, suffer
from weakness nnd delility, lowness of spirils
and want of appetite. All such should 'ftke-i
lose or two ol these Pills every three or fom
days, as they act gently and efft-cttwilly on the
system and impart vigor and energy to iho
body, which is nlwayB followed by a good
appetite, sound nnd refreshing sleep, and »
high flow of spirits.
For the Cure of Dropsy.
The cflicicy of Holloway's Pills in Dropsy
in extraordinary. Tliey act with such a peculiar effect upon the system, that the fluid'
causing this direlul complaint, nre peiceptibl
jarriei off ond prevented from nny furthci
accumulation. The sufferer regains a buoy-
ancy (if spirits end rejoices in a completely
I'ni'i: eil constitution. It is indispensably
necessary that the Ointment should be most
i HV.■iu illy rnbhed into the complaining par'ji
during the whole course of treatment.
Children and their Allmentr.
In no country in the world are more children
carried to an early grave than in Great Britain.
Coughs, Measles, Scarlatina, Fevers, and other
.iiscascs attack the little sufferers, and death,
hut too often, lollows at a rapid pace ; yet if
at the first stage ot these complaints, parents
were to hnve recourse to Holloway's Pills, all
danger woulc be avoided for the stomach
and bowels wonld oe gently bul effectually
cleansed by this mild nperient; the depraved
numors correctca ana me secret ions duiy regulated. A perfect cure would "oon be effected, and the '.'ttle patient restored to sons'*
health.
Holloway' PI. r ve ths best known remedy in lh
world fa the following diseases:
PoMatthe I sl*t>lifilimelit of Prnlennor H.illowny, 24 I
."Irnnd, (near Temnle Bar,) I. nilnn ; ols" by all respect
able DrugirlRt? anil Dealers in Ue icincst^roughool lbe
otvlllted world,at tlie lollowinp (cici-s— Is. if,., 5. Bd.,
4s. (id., lis., 22a., and 33s. each box.
Alius
Antbma
Billiouft Complaints
th
Femkle  Irregular
ill*!
Fever of all kiodi
Fits
I lost
Bead Aebe
Indigei-tios
lllllrlllllllUtilHl
Jaundice
l.i.cr CoinnlainU
Luni bayo
Piles
Rheumatism
Retention sf Urine
Blotrbes
l-kin
Bnwel complaints
Colics
Constipation of tbe
Bowl*
Consumttlon
Debilllj
Oropny
Uvientrr
(ryilpslpe
*.* Thero is s considerable saving by taking tbe
irger siMS.
Iiirectictis for tlie guidrnce of patients in every dl.iOr
iler arc alHxed to chcIi box.
Serofu'aorKIng a
Evil
-lore Throats
■-lime and Grave-
Seconilary tymp-
liims
iC'Doloreox
Tmiiors
Ulcers
Viu.crcal      aflec
lions
Worms    of   a
tln.l.
Weskoess     froin
whatever cause
Printkd and Published by McClcm k Co. at
the office, Langley Street. ffil*pa$|
VOL. I.
THE
"EVENING TELEGRAPH,"
ITHI.I.-.I1BII
Everv   Evening at  4   O'clock,
(Saturday and Sunday evenings excepted.)
ALSO IVIBY
SUNDAY    MORNING !
TERMS OF   MUBMCKIPTIOIV I
:>r Annum, It- advance, by miU, $10 00
for six  months    0 00
I ur W-.tk, pM/able lo Carrier, ,       25
Uigl«tul>JM, i        10
For terms of Advertisement apply at the
Office, Langley Street-
fet
HERMAN  SHULTZ,
—IT—
Els Well Known and Old Established
Stand
The Government st. Boot Store,
Has just received per steamer
A   FINE   ASSORTMENT   OP
ladies'  and   Children's   Shoes,
Wbich he offers at a very low price.
Receives by each steamer from England and
San  Francisco
BOOTS     Sc    SHOES
FINEST   AND  REST QUALITY,
FRENCH   LEATHER,
—AND—
SHOE     FINDINGS,
At prices to correspond with the times.
se 12 .
NOTICE .
4Lli PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS
A against the undersigned are requested to
present them within 'Ml days from date.
All persons indebted to the undersigned are
requested to Bettlo tlieir accounts within 30
dnys e'ther by note or otherwise, or they will
be given to my Attorney for collection, as 1
intend to leave for Europe
■e 16-lm J. W. KEYSER.
POR     S^.3LiE
TWO GROVER k BAKER SICWINO
MACHINES, for heavy work; one
Singer's Machine, No. 2, for fine and heavy
work.
All the goods pertaininc to the business,
including cotton goods, ticking, pulu, and
other goods too numerous loo mention.
The above will be sold for lea than cost
within Ht days.
Termi—Cash or approved Notes.
—A.L80-
The entire stock of Crockery, Hardware,
Furniture, Fancy Goods, ke,, un tho same
terms ns above.
All goods unsold after 30 duys will be sold
at auction.
se l«-lra J. W.   KEYSEU.
XJJSII VEPtSIT Y
—or—
WASHINGTON TERRITORY
'PHIS INSTITUTION WILL REOPEN ON
A the 17th inst. Pupils of both sexes received, who will be expected to lurnish their
own rooms, which are provided in separate
buildings, free of charge.
The   Expense   ol   Boarding   and  Tuilion.
wiihout incidentals, will  uot exceed S50 per
quarter of 11 weeks, payable in advance.
For further information address
REV. OEO. F. WHITWORTH,
President.
Seattle, W. T., Sept. 1st, 1866. se 11
LIST OF ARRIVALS
At the Mount Ararat Hotel during the months
of June, July, and August, 1866.
June—His Excellency Governor Kennedy, Mr
William A G Young, Mr. Benj W
Pearse.
July—Messrs Jas Wilcox, F Dupray, Jas Reed
Macadam, John Dand, Louis Philpot.
F W Alwood, J R Ford, E S Hatch, Sir
Jas Douglas, D Fraser, E S Whitting-
ham.
August—H B Seelye, W B Stronach, J
Robertson Stewart, Thos Lett Stal-
achmid , Robt Burnaby ; John Nicholson, M M Titus, F W Green, Benj v7
Pearse, Acting Surveyor General, R
Homfray, H O Tiedemann ; James Mc-
Cutchan; Wm Denny, Wm Wilson,
Joseph Hilton, R D and J; Kenneth Ho-
Kensie,Jr, Wm B McKensie, David B
Blair, Chas Red fern, Chis Kent.
•s4 1«
VICTORIA,   VAJVCUUVKR   ISLAND,   UiURSDAY   EVENING,   OCTOBER   11,   1866.
NO. 87.
New Advertisements.
LINCOLN   HOUSE!
Cor- Washington and Front sts,
PORTLAND, OREGON.
ST. C. lHATTilIE<)3EX,
Of  the  St.   NicholuB   Hotel,   Victoria,
HAVING TAKEN THE ABOVE HOUSE,
wishes to announce Lo ti.e public tbat he
I* now piepared to accomodate guests in a
satisfactory mann-r. Noihing will be left undone, which is in the power ofthe proprietor
to do, to render guests comfortable.
Portland, August 24tb, 1866 se 14
NEW BUTCHER   SHOP^
n
Wm. B. Townsend
EC'S TO   INFORM THE PUBLIC THAT
on
SATURDAY   NEXT
He will re-open the
Eureka,     Market,
GOVERNMENT    STREET,
Adjoining the  Masonic   Buiidixo,
Where he hopes,   by keeping a good article
and  by strict attention  to business, to
merit a share of tbe public patronage.
se 26-lm
I'HE GREAT   REMEDY   OF  THE
-AGE.
HOLLOWAY'S OINTMENT.
Tlie   effect   ot   the    Ointment   on    the
Syatcm
To the v. ry co c and centre ol al) dis nes
which affect the human body, tbis remarkable
prepura ion penetrHies. Ii disappears under
the friction of the bauds, us salt disappears
when rubbfl u,jon mi-nt. The unguent perforins its healing errand rapidly, safely, aad
without pain, dimple erupiions. upen sores,
hard tumors, "croluiou- developments of all
kinds, abcesses, cancer*, old wounes. and, in
tact, every sped s of iull.iiunialion and suppuration, whether iu tbe skin, tbe flesh, the
glands, or among the muscles, can be arresteb
in its destructive course, and permanently
cured without danger by rubbing In this inestimable Ointment.
Bad    LogR,   Uml   llreasta,    Bores,   and
fivei..
In many Hospitals in Kurope this celebrated
remedy is now used for the cure or old wounds,
sores, and ulcers ; in Spain and Portugal, and
iu many parts of Italy, the first Physicians te-
regularly prescribe its use. It is a sovcreigr
remedy lor bud breasts and bad legs; and likewise lor nil skin diseases. It is to be found in
tho chest of nearly every sailor, soldier, ane'
emigrant.
liiipiuili in li*   of   Youth j — Son.   anil
Ulcer*.
The above class of complaints Is surely re
noved by uightly fomenting the parts witl
. arm water, and then by most effectually rub
oing in this Ointment. Persons suffeiing fron
Ibpse direful complaints should lose not a mn
ment tn arresting tlieir progress. It should tn
understood that it is not sufficient merely to
smear tho Ointment on the affected parts, bul
it must be well rubbed in for some considerable
time tw.ior three limes a day, that it may be
taken into the system, whence it will remov.
only hidden sore or wou id as effectually a.
though it were palpable lo the eye. Bread and
water poultices, alter the rubbing In ol tt
Ointment, wi,I do great service. This is thf
only proper treatment for females in cases cl
cancer to '.lie stomach, or for those who snlli;
from a general hearing don n.
Pile., Fistula., Mrlrtnrcn.
Rlotcbes, asalso swellings, can with ccrtnintj
be radically cured if the Ointment be usee
freely, and the Pills be taken night and morning as recommended in the printed instructions
When treated in any otherway these complaint.
Duly dry up in one place to break out in an-
ither ; whereas this Ointment will remove tin
"minor from the system, aud leave the patien
i vigorous and healthy being. It will requir.
■irae, aided by the use of tne Pills, to ensure
asling cure.
Dlptherfa,   Rmnchltls,   Sole   Throats,
Any of the above class of diseases may be
-uredbywell rubbing the Ointment three
•imes a day upon the skin covering the throat,
chest, and neck of the patient. The unguent
will soon penetrate the pores and give immediate relief. To allay the (ever and lessen ths
inBnmation, eight or ten Pills should be taken
night and uiorning. The Ointment will pio.
duce perspiration, which is so essential for
remo-iog fevers, sore throats, and those oppressions of the cheat which arise from
Asthma, Bronchitis, and other causes.
Both the Ointment and  Pills  should
be used  tn the  following Cases i
Bai l.egt
Corn* (CjrnB)
Kliftim.'UiBin
Bid Breasti
Cancers                    JLcaiiln
Bums
0 infracted        and Sore Niiipki
Bunions
Sti rt Joint*
S ro Throiit
Bite of M«»cTiftnei
KlephnntiaiiB
Skin dUeaa'
and S&nd-Fliei
liHtulm
Scurvy
oco-bay
Ch lego-foot
Gout
Sore henda
lilan-lular    Swell-
famars
lingi
I'lceri
;bllblalm
It mbsgo.
Wound a
Chapped Hands
Piles
Yawi
Bold at f e Establishment ol Profrsiob Rou.owa
ill, Strsnii, near Temp].. Bai), I/iiidm ; alio by a
,-especUble Drueclfits tud Healer,, hi Medicines through
DUltl.e civilized world, at the foil,,win* prices la. lkd
J. Sd.  4s «d.. 11a., 22., anil 83s., each Pot.
•,• Thare saconilderableaaviogbytakingthelartti
lasjs.
St.—Illreetlcai for thepuWacos of Filtrate lo «vm
Jiiorler are affiled to each Pet.
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An Appeal  to  the Citizens of
Victoria, V-1.
I'HE    CONGREGATION    EMANT-EL   OF
1   Victoria, V. I., in meeting assembled, this
dav, Saturday, Sept. 22d, 18IJ0,
Resolved, That the aid of our Fellow Citizens of till Denominations be solicited through
the following authorized and duly appointed
t.'ommiitee. And that such Committee endeavor, by every means in tbeir power, to
raise funds whereby part ofthe debt or mortgage on the Isruelitish Synagogue may be
cancelled. Knowing tbe liberal views and
generosity of tlie citizens of Victoria, the congregation has not the slirbtest donbt (making
due allowance lor the dullness of the season)
that their appeal will meet with that response
which the exigency ofthe case requires.
A. JACOBS, President.
L. ANTHONY, Secretary.
II. M. COHEN",
LEWIS LEWIS,
D. BHIEP8BR.
J. W. KEYSER,
se24 Committee on Subscription.
AYER'S
CHERRY
PECTORAL,
FOR THE RAPID CURE OF
Colds, Coughs,  und
llonrseiicsft.
ItRiMFin.ii. MiBl, 20th Dec., 1855.
Dr. J.C. Atkr: lilotiotlieiltate tunny
the beat remedy I bare ever l'uund tor
Coughs, Il'i.u■■■■■!, is. luflueiiza, and the
ruucuinitaiit -> m i-i- ■nn uf a Cold, li your
Cherrt I'ecturu. Its constant use in
my practice and my family fur the last
ten years haa shuwu It tu ixinaoati supe-.
riur virtues fur tlio treatment uf these
complaints.     EHHN KNIGHT, M.D.
A. B. MORTLEY, Esq.,or Utjca, N.Y., writes: "I lure
used your Pkctoiul myself and In my family ever sine*
you invented It, and believe It tlie best medicine fur Ita
purpose I'vi'i' put out. With a bad cold 1 should sountl
pay twenty-five dollars for a bottle tbnu do without It, at
take any other remedy,"
Croup, Whooping Congh, Influenza.
M'i:i*<:mki 1., Miss., Feb. 7,1850.
Brother Ater: I will cheerfully certify your Pectoral
Is the beat remedy we possess for the cure of i\ltoopinq
Cough, Croup, and the chest diseases of children, wa of
your fraternity In the South appreciate your skill, and
commeud your medicine to our people.
Ill HAM CONKLIN, M.D.
AMOS LEE, Esq., Monterey, Ia., writes, 3d Jan., 1866:
"I bad a tedious Iufluenza, which confined me In doora
sis weeks; took many medicines without relief; finally
tried your Pectoral by the advice of our clergyman
The first dose relieved the soreness in my throat aud
lungs; lt-ii than one half the bottle made me completely
wi-tl. Your me llrtnos are the cheapest as well as the belt
we can buy, and we«lwm vou, Doctor, and your remedies, as the poor man's friend."
Asthma or Phthioic, and Bronchitis*
West Manchester. Pa., Feb. 4,1850.
Sir: YourOmsRRr Pectoral is performing marvelloui
cares ln this section. It has relieved soveral from alarming symptoms of consumption, ami is nuw curing a man
who has labored under an affection of the lungs for tbt
last forty years. HENRY L. PARKS, Merchant.
A. A. RAMSEY, M.D.. Albion, Monroe Co., Iowa,
writes. Sept. fl, 1885: "During my practice of many years
I have found nothing o<jiial to yonr Cherrt Pectoral for
giving ease and relief to consumptive patients, or curing
•uch a* are curable."
Wo might add volumes of evidence, but tbe most con-
Tinting proof of the virtues of this remedy ii found Id ill
effects upon trial.
Consumption*
Probably no one remedy hits ever been known which
cur*.! so many ami such dangerous cases as this. Some
no human all inn reach ; bnt even to those the CflUUtr
Pectoral affords relief and comfort.
Astor Housi, New Yore Cm, March ft. 186(1
Doctor Ater, Lowell; 1 feel it a duty and a pleasure
to Inform you what your Cherry Pectoral hns done for
my wife. She had been five months tailoring under tbe
dangerous symptoms of Consumption, from which no Hid
we mubl procure gave her much relief. She was steadily
falling, until Dr. Strong, of this city, where wo have come
for advictt, recommended a trial of your medicine. We
bless hiskfndnesft, as we do your skill, for she bim recovered from that dnv. Pho in nut yet ns strung nn lbs used
to be, but is free from her cough, and calls horsulf well.
Yours with gratitude nml regard,
OKLANDO SHELBY, of PdrmraiJ.
Omsumptiret, do nnl iMptlr till ym have tried Aim's
OniRRY Pectoral. It in made ly OtMQftilt twfl inedival
chemists lu the world, and its oorM all around us Ix-siteak
the high merits uf Ita virtues.— I'hittidelpbut Isdipr.
Ayer's Cathartic Pills,
TU sciences Of Chemistry ami  MsdMlH ixttn bsSB
taxed their DtOMMt to produce tlm bat, not paftsl
purgative which is known to innu.    tnntUDWftblt proofs
are shown that UUSI Plttl havo virtues wiiii ti WpSM In
•icelleiiio the ordinary medicines, and that th- y win nn-
precede ntedly Ul«>n the est wm uf nil men. They are safe
and pleuaailt to tuke. but |»iwcrfnl lo BUfli Tlit-ir i»-ne-
trnting properties stimuhtie the vital activities of thi> kidy,
remove the obetructiuns of its organs, jiurify tlie blood,
aud eijtel disease. They pUfSOOl Qh Ami humors which
breed and grow dIsti<ui[M>r, Htimuiatf sluggish or disordered organs into their imtunil nrtioii. ami impart healthy
tone with strength to the whole system. N»t only do
tbey euro tbe evory-day complaints of every body, but j
also formidable and dangerous disease* that have Iwiffled |
the best of human skill. While they produce powerful
effects, they aro at the same time, in diminished duses, the
safest and best physic that can be empl'iyed fur rhildn>n.
Being sugar-coated, they nre pleasant to take; and twhip
purely vegetable, are free fnmi any risk ot harm. Cures
have been made which surpass bulief were tliey not substantiated by men of such exalted potfflon and character
as to forbid the suspicion of untruth. Many eminent
clergymen and physicians have lent their names to certify to the pnblic the reliability of my remedies, while others have sent me the assurance of their conviction that
my Prejianitions contribute Immensely to the relief of my
afflicted, suffering iellow-men.
The Agent below named is pleased tn furnish gratis my
American Almanac, conthlnf ng directions for their use and
lertificates of their cures, of the following complaints: —
CostfveneM. Bilious Complaints. Rheumatism, Dropsy,
Heartburn, Headache arising from a fonl Stomach, Nau-
aea, Imlig.*tion. tforbW Inaction of mc Rowels nnd Pain
arising therefrom. I'lntnl-ncy. 1a»# of Appetite, all Ulcerous and Cutaueons Diseases which require an evnenant
Medicine, Scrofula or King's Evil. They also, by purifying the blood and stimulating the system, cure many
complaints which it would not 1* supixwod they could
reach, such as Deafhess. Partial Blindness, Neuralgia and
Neirous Irritabilitv. Derangements of the Liver and Kidneys, liiiiii. and otlier kindred complaints arising from a
low state of the body or obstruction of its functions.
Do not be put off by unprincipled dealer* with some
other pill they make more profit on. Atk for Ayer's
Pills, and take nothing else. No other they can give
you compare* with this in Its intrinsic value or curative
powera. The rick want the beet aid there Is for them,
and they should have it.
Prepared by Dr. J. C AVER,
frtotieal and Analytical Chemist, Lowsll, Mass.
»*wi aa Cts. per Box.   Five Boxis roa )1.
MOORE St, Oo.,  Victoria,
FOR,     SALE,
M
\ GOOD MAKE (IN FOAL), WITH TEAR-
A   ling colt   by   ber   lida.    WU1 work i*
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Apply tt tb*
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Oregon Cider io bbls. and MM,
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tanterne and California Wlilte WUm,
French Ucobol 90 O.P.,
Eag. Cllquot, lluuim and Ilollenger Chaa.
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And ln  store an  assortment ot Rrandr
and Liquors suitable for the Trad*.
**St* Depot of Havana Cigars.
se 8
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Relief  for   the   Afflicted.
THE INTRODUCTION QF
Perry     DaT-!
Vegetable Paiu Killer
To the Suffering  Humani'y of tbis Aga
lias relieved more pain, and caused mor*
real joy tlau any other one thing that oia
be named.
AND ALL DRUGGISTS.
tell
Invaluable   Remedy.
Oiir lirst Phjsicians use it,  and  recommea
its   use;   tbe   Apothecary finds   it   lint
among the medicines called tor, aad
tbe wholesale Druggist considers
it  a  leading article  of bis
trade.     All the dealers
in medicine speak
alike  in its favor; and its
reputation as a medicine of greut
merit and virtue is fully and |ierma-
ntutly established,  and it ia  the «r»it
Family MediciDo   of  the  Ar-.
Every Volunteer should have a bottle, in cast
of sudden attacks of DlaiU*.
Taken Internally, curea
Sudden Colds, Coughs, &c,
U'eiik Stomich,
General Debility,
Nnrsinp; Sore Month, Cankor,
Liver Complaint,
Dvfpepsiaor lndiirestion,
Crump and pain iu the Stomach,
llowel Complaint,
Painters' O.'lir',
Asiatie Cholera,
Piarlia'u and Dysentery.
Taken externally eurea
Felons, I?oijs, nnd Old Sores,
Severe Burns nnd Scalds,
Cuts, Bruises nnd Sprains,
Swelling of the Joinis,
Ringworm and Tetter,
Broken Breasts,
Frosted Feet und Chilblains,
Toothache,
I'uin in tlie Face,
Xeuralgiu und Rheumatism.
2PA.TTSF   IKIiLI/ER,,
Taken interna]^-, should bo ndclttrated
wiih milk or water, and sweetened with
sugnr, if desired, or made into u syrup
with molasses. For a COUGH and
Bronchitis, a few drops on Sugar, eaten,
will lie more effective than anything else.
For SORE THROAT, gargle the throat,
with a mixture of Pain Killer nnd water,
and the relief is immediate and cure positive.
S&* It should not be forgotten that
tbe , Fain Killer is equally as tood to
take internally as to use externally.
Each bottle is wrapped with ull directions for its use.
Prices 2a ceuts, 50 ctnts k $1 pet bottle. New Advertisements.
(Ebruing   GDdtgrapJj.
THUR8PAV   KVK.MNCi,   OCT.   11, 186C.
Tbo    It.«on!   of   a   Cliarliitan-
It may seem rather a superfluous task
to expose tbe inconsistency, oontrsdictlon,
falsehood  and  toadyism  of our morning
contemporary,   the   Victoria   Chronicle.
There are iustances, however, where if no
instruction can he gleaned, if no startling
facte <can be produced, a little amusement
can at least be faruished, and amusement
just uow is rather desirable than other.,
wise.    In  this  morning's   Chronicle we
•re accused of  " Governorphobia";   of
bating, ' good   Sir James   Douglas,' of
calling upon the people to throw rotteu
eggs at Governor Seymour; and of denouncing  tho attempt to givo Governor
Kennedy a dinner on his departure.   All
of Which we siihply say ia  untrue.   The
editor of this journal never hated Governor Douglas, Jiowever much   ho  might
have   censured   bis political policij; we
never even hinted at  receiving Governor
Seymour with rotten eggs—thu only allusion   to  these unsavory articles   having
been made by the Chronicle itself—and we
never denounced   the attempt to  give
Governor Kennedy a farewell dinner; our
.protest being levelled at the design of
making the banqnet assume, what nobody
'but-tbe Chronicle 8unkcy and a fow others
of his class would attempt to make  it
assume,   a political endorsation of His
Excellency's administration.   Ou personal
■ grounds we hove never opposed any public
man; we may have  been  bitter in  our
onimadversioiMi on Goreruor Kennedy, as
wo have been on others occupying public
positions to the public detriment ; but uo
one can   accuse as of descending into
thoso gross aud vulgar personalities which
form the stock in trade  of tho Chronicle
and   which   wonld   disgrace   it   in  tbe
eyes of every person   in the community,
if it had  not long since lost all character
and position, and sunk to thc level of the
San Francisco Varieties.
So much for our contemporary's falsehoods ; now to his consistency and independence. Tho "good Sir James Douglas;" whom it lias of late been lauding
ia the most irrclevent manner, and disgusting no one more by its sycophancy
than the ox-Governor himself, it not very
long ago condemned in no measured language. Governor Seymour, whom it now
desires should be tlie demi-god before
-whom ail its fellow toadies should fall
down fn worship, was only a few weeks
ago c monster, a drunkard, a liar—every
thing in fact that a coarsely indignant
mind could suggest. Governor Kennedy,
who is now also a star of tlio first magnitude—wo cannot soy whether a fow government advertisements have caused the
change—was a little while ago a deBpot,
who was seeking to override tlio people,
to force unpopular men into high offices,
and to sink tho colony under ruinous
taxation. And lastly this " loyal'' paper
not long uinco was threatening this saino
Governor with annexation to the United
States, if liis Excellency did uot at onco
bow to the public voice. Wo have
already published tbe fact that it is ouly
within the last few weoks, the Chronicle
conductor agreed with tbo principle of
annexation if he thought it would succeed. Tho following ie an extract from
his paper last year showing that owing
to Imperial neglect and His Excellency's
misgovcrnincflt annexation had takoa a
firm  hold of the public mind :
" Almost the first words Ilia Excollency
beard on landing here from the foremost man
In tbo Legislative Assembly shonld bare
uwakencd him—as they certainly hnve others
-to tbo possibility thnt the Sentiment of
loyalty waa in danger first, from neglect by
the Imperial Government, secondly, from a
contiguity to the Republic of America. It
might perhaps bc information to the Kxccu-
tive to bear that this alarm which was given
from the Assembly a year ago is moro than
echoed by the slate of public sentiment
to-day. It has been a year in which thc
ideas of all men havo traveled fast, and if
ours as well as others havo moved toward
free institutions it must bo in no small degree
attributed to the double inllucnce of attraction and repulsion which have impelled at
the same time in the saino direction."
We do not wish to say that thero is
anything wrong in this statement ; ou
the contrary it is quite true ; but tho
man whocculd publish such an acknowledgement as tbis, who could warn Governor Kennedy against the increasing
and justifiable auucxatiou sentiment, and
then cat tbo words of his own paper,
denounce all men who viewed things
- in a similar light ns " disloyal'
flagellate in fact himself, is snrdiy
bolow tho notico of the people,
and as much lit to conduct a public jour*
nal as h Bill Bjkes is to proside over a
I'liilaiithropical Society. And then in
denouncing the urbitrary conduct of Gov.
ernor Kennedy, hu states that Governor
Douglas with all liis personal popularity
did not " consult thoso over whom he
was placed."
"II a governor," sayi the Chronicle "at
ttO >, nu old resident with all the influence of
obi iir-siicintioiiB, persooal popularity, and I
reputation of having dune very unich tat mi-
Colon/, could have his position shaken for
neglecting to consult those over whom lie whs
placed, how much more should a strangor at
abuut four times the salary avoid even the appearance of arbitrariness? Ilia Excellency
ought to have known tbat men from Great
Britain would not put up here with less nf
tbeir rights tban they bave at home, and he
might have known that the Eastern colonists
wbo have shown their loyalty by kicking
some half dozen petty gubernatorial tyrants
out ofthe proposed confoileration in order to
keep British institutions from being disgraced
aid driven out iustiad, would not quietly
submit to have tho provocation repeated."
Wc will not repeat at this time the
coarso vituperation with which our respectable and fastidious contemporary not
very long ago assailed Governor Kennedy.
As for Governor Seymour, whom it now
worships with a kind of Eastern adoration, wo give tho following choice oxtract
from its columns of September 7. After
charging the Jlritisli Columbian with
" maudlin sycophancy''—a rather dangerous expression for the glasshouse Chronicle to throw—iu supporting Governor
Seymour, it says :
"Out of the six nowspapen published in
the two colonioa but one is found willing to
toady the aulhor of theso libels because he
happens to be a Govornor,"
The Columbian can now safely soy tho
number has been increased to two, and
that Mr. Seymour, who only recently had
''nefarious designs" against Victoria, who
according to tho Chronide " would not he
acceptable to Iho .people of eithor colony," is now just the man to push things
ahead and make Victoria tho capital.
About a month ago the Chronicle said :
".Mr. Seymour appears to possess neither
policy nor principle., and a greater misfortune
could not have befallen Vancouver Islnnd than
to have such a man sent to rule over us. With
a Governor naturally prejudiced against ua as
a people, and Interested in the real estate and
town iota of tho sister colony, our natural advantages will bo ignored nud our well-grounded complaints disregarded."
And this man who possesses neither
policy nor principle, whose interests in
New Westminster town lots and whose
hostility to Victoria mtiko him ruinous to
the latter place is now to bo transformed
into a Bogucioiis man who will take off
taxes because the colony cannot benr them
und who "dare not, if he would, inaugurate a system of hostile legislation. '
Surely tho person who could utter such
contradictory sentiments as tbe above,
who asserts one day tliat vinegar is sweet,
and another day that it is sour, is better
fitted for an idiotic asylum than for the
management of a public newspaper.
New Advertisement*
REMOVAL.
C*rT~S "l!- BABNABD HA8 REMOVED
fcfr yarn his Otllcc io Itotiglai street, Rril
^ilHXI-X bouse ou tlie ii.;!it tide, south of
Fort street. Ur. II. is conversant with all
Iks modem Dental improvement*, und uses
none but the l.c i naitarlalt in bll pre
Teeth mounted on Gold Plats or the Vulcanite Base in the neatest and mosl MtltUo
maimer.
Chloroform administered and Teeth extracted without p.iin     Advice renderod giatU.
(iflice hours from 9 a. ni. to 5 p. m.
Victoria, Uctober Bill, I8IJ1;. oo 8-lm
New Advertisements.
Notice  to   Contractors.
rpKNDKRS aro required lor cleaning out
L and repairing the culverts crossing 8torc,
Government Uroad and Douglas streets.
SpeoUeatlons to bo Been at thc City Council Chambers, Broad street, between tho
hours of   10 a. ra. and 4 p, in.
Tenders must bo sent in before Saturday,
tho 2t)tb iustan., at 1 p. m., and endorsed
" Tenders for Culverts."
Tho Mayor and City Council do not bind
themselves to accept tho lowest or any
Tender.
By order of the Mayor and Council,
WM. LKIOn.
Town Clerk.
October llth, 18CC.
orll td
3STOTICE-
rpIIE PARTNERSHIP HITHERTO 8UB-
X aisting between thc undersigned Henry
Waller, William Crooks, and Augustus
Couves, ns Hotel and Saloon keepers at the
"Grolto," situata Government street and corner of Trounco Alley, Victoria, is this day
dissolved liy mutual consent, so far ns relntea
to me, William Crooka. The husincss will in
future bo conducted by the continuing partners, Henry Waller and Augustus CouVea',
who will discharge all debts and receive the
account* due to tbo firm.
I1KSUV WALLER,
WM. CROOKS,
A. UOOVHfl.
Witness,  Robert Bishop, Solicitor, Victuria,
Dated this 10th October, 186(5.
RED LION HOTEL,
GOVERNMENT STREET.
tjiHR   AI10VE-NAMED    HOTEL   HAVING
L  been opened by
JOE      B 13 E 1ST ,
He will bo happy to  meet his  Irienda  on all
occasions, an    will furnish them witb
t     the best of
Wine?, Liquors, Ale, Porter, &c-,
and Clears.
HOARD AND LODGING PER DAY, $1.
BO* Bagatelle and Skittles.
Call and see theesUbliobuie.nl.     JOil pre-
tder. :,,; |o
ALICE   BROWN'S
FANCY   TWIST
SMOKING TOBACCO
JUST RECEIVED AT
A.   F.   KEYSEB'S,
Together with iiome fine
HAVANA. CJGABS U11EUCT.
Also ou hand
Wine 8'ip, Peach, Apricot, Mary's Own,
Light Pressed, Natural Leal', Buifalo
Tongiio, and Atlantic Cable
Tobacco-
JUST RECEIVED  I'M It  BARK  RIVAL
A Fine Assortment of
Meerschaum   Pipes.
Call and e.xamino.
oc .1-1 m
JxroTiaE,
MARTIN    BROS.,
importers os-
Groceries and Provisions,
FJUErROOF BUILDING,
LATELY OCCUPIED RYL'HOTELIERi Co,
WHABF       STREET.
ocO
Mrs.   Heln
KEEPS   CONSTANTLY ON  HAND  THE
latest fashions in
MILLINERY,
 AT—
Prices to  Suit the Times,
GOVERNMENT    STREET
Retween Fort and Broughton. se 5
ii
11
By Steamship Active.
TOBACCO   &  SEGARS
FOR   TIIE   MILLIONI
F.   CAMPBELL,
line received  the most celebrated VIRGINIA. MIANDS by express from
New York City,
Twists, Railroad,  May Flower,
ADELPHI   GOLD   BAR,
Manufactured expressly for him,
ATLANTIC AM PACIFIC CABLE TWIST
and other Tobaccos too numerous to
Qeii tion.
Meerschaum, Bnar Root,
—AND—
ALL KINDS  OF PIPES,
Playing Curds, Matches—all
varieties.
Havana   Cigars
By the Cargo or Sample
J©- Oflko of 0. P.  Green's  Vicloria
and Esijuimalt Express.
f. CUIPBEI.L,
oc 4 ADELPHI SEBAR STORE.
Queen Charlotte Coal
Mining Company (Lim.)
Notice   of   Meeting.
AN EXTRA! iRIHXAKY GENERAL MRET-
ing of Slmrelioldcrs of tliis Company will
bo held in Uio office of the Company, Citv
Council Chambers, on THURSDAY, the 12th
day of October, inst., at one n't lock p.m,, for
the purpose of electing lliroctors ; as some
donUs have arisen as to the legality of the
election of the present Board,
Tho I'ourtli Ordinary lieeUng of the Company will be held M the same hour anil place
on Wednesday the 17th day of October inst.
for receiving Quarterly Report and general
business.
Cor. Rrnad and Tronncc sts., 1
October 3, IStRI. }
'"■ 'J. B. WILLIS, tiocrw.ilv
iUhambra
BILLIARD SALOON.
corker «.ow:imi;vr a\i» vitks si>.
XTF-STAJEtS.
Entrance on Yates Street.
OU   ■'■ ■ I HI
NOTICE.
FROM AND AFTER THIS DATE I WILL
accept
Bank Bills for Eents
Or for any other payments to bo made to me.
ii.  !•:. sjiEMi:.
Victoria, V. I., Oct. 8, 1186, oc 3
CARRIAGE  PAINTING
IN ALL ITS BRANCHES,
Yates Street
Between Deluge Engine  House
and the International Hotel.
Work   solicited,  and   dono   on   tho most
reasonable terms by
W. It. KEOHAN.
oc 2-lm
New Advertisements.
Jesse  Cowper,
Ik.  ****
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
BOOTS t\m SHOES,
LEATHER,
—AND—
SHOE    FINDINGS,
"5TATES    STREET,
OPPOSITE WELLS, FARGO & Co
At the old stand of Wobster & Co., it
prepared to supply the wants of tho
public in his line.
The Latest Stvles
Received by every arrival from Englai c*
and San Francisco. oc '2
The "Grotto,"
OPPOSITE THE TELEGRAPH OFFICE.
For a glass of choice liquor go to tlic
" Grotto,"
There " .none but the best '' you  will
find is thc motto.
Mint Julep?, Shorry Cobblers—overytbing
cooling ;
Come ye that do thirst, you will find its
no fooling.
ocl
CHAMPAGNE!
NAPOLEON'S CABINET
BOUOHE.
WE  HAVE  APPOINTED MESSRS.
UllRM.KY  &   FITERRE, of Victoria,
SOLE    AGENT8
—FOB—
Vancouver   Island and   British
Columbia.
Of our above-named Wines.
Douche  JTils &  Co.,
at Mareuil-sur-Ay,
so 19 Champagne, France.
Snorborg & Rueff,
COMMISSION   MERCHANTS,
Importers and Wholesale Dealers in
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS,
Boots and. tSlioes,
Wlnirf street, Victoria, V. 1. oc 2
A. & W. WILSON,
House and Ship Plumbers
CASFSTTERS,
BELL-HANGERS & TINSMITHS
FORT   STREET.
All orders i>i oiiipUy attended lo
FASHION MUSIC HALL,
AIJJOIXINU  WKLLS, FARGO k COS,
Yates    tStreet.
rpiIM PROPRIETOR T\KK-i (illEAT
L plMIUf In nnnoinidng the arrival of llio
celebrated
P1UMA DON'NA & PIANI8TB,
Madam Josephine Berndt,
Who will every evening entertain Iho visitor*
with selections from thc most favorite
OPERAS,
And tho iniiai
POPULAR BALLADS,
In English,   French,   Italian, German,
Hungarian, Spanish, etc., etc-, etc-,
Ileing one of Ihe most accomplished
Linguists and Vocalists of the
Day-
In addition to the talented Mndnm Hermit
On; lervtcti of the following galaxy Of bounty
bave bees engaged to unit upon customers:
MISS   MILROY,       MISS   SWEET.
"     DEVBIES, "     WALSH,
MADAM  GEEHIEE.
Open every evening at lU p.m.
ADMISSION      IFREE-
C.     BROOKS,
oc 1 Proprietor.
Chroniclo   copy
Ayer's Pills
Aro particularly arinpti'tl to
(IcraiiRctnttDUoftbAriigttHUrtt
apponitun, nml (IMciiMii arising from impurity of tho
UknL A hi-:1'- part "I nil Uio
complaints that afflict mankind "i h:iii,i t u one uf these,
ami coiiMtf|ii«utlytheiie Pilu*
am found I > euro mauy rari-
ctiea of UIhoqbo,
Subjoined arc tho statement* from some eminent pbjnt>
clouu, of tht lr L'tt'i'.trt lu their practice.
As a Family Physic.
From Dr. B. W. CartwriglH, of New Orleans. J
"YourPiUi aro tho nrlnco of purges. Their excellent
fjnalitlcb surpass nny i-nthartic wo poaatfc Tlioy nro mild,
but very certain and effectual in Iheir action on (he Iwwols,
whieh mtkM ilium invaluable to ui lu tho dully troatmont
of disease."
FOB JAl'NniCE  AMD ALL LlYEIt COMPLAINTS.
From Dr. Theodore Bell, of Kcw York City,
"Not ouly aro your PlUI admirnbly mlnpli-d to their
(mcpoH u Mi aperient, but r Qud tbur beneficial eifccU
u]H)n tho Liver ttry marked IndeeJL  They huve io my
practice proved inure effectual fur Uio cum of bilious com-
pliitnlt (ban any ono ranted? 1 run mention.   I sincerely
rejoice that wi- have at length a punrntlvo which is worthy
tho u >[i ;'■:.'in-. ■ ofthe profusion mid the pooplo."
Dyspepsia — Ixmokhtion.
From Dr. Henry ,t. Enor, of St. Losdi.
"Tho I'i 1X8 you were bind enniij.'h t>> pent! mo havo heen
all DJ»d lu my" practice, and have nati»fied me Unit they aro
truly an extraordinary medlcise. 8*> peculiarly are they
adapted to the dleeaaea untie human system, Unit thoyseam
t» work upon them itloue. I havo citfed some cases ot dyspepsia nnd itvligestiah with tliwiu, which had ruaisM iho
otlier remedies wo commonly use. Indeed I havo experimentally bund them to hu aneccnal In almost all the cuu»-
plaluts ibr which you recommend them."
DySEHTEKY — DlAllUJtfKA — Kelax.
' From Dr. J, O. On en. of Chicago,
« Your Pn.!J» have had a long trial In my prnctloo, and I
hold tbem in aetaem a* one of the Iwtrt npn leuta I huvo over
found.   Their alterative effect upon the Hver makes them
an excellent remedy, when given in small dost*, for Irilumt
dysentery and diarrhea.   Their HUgar-cualfnt? makes thorn
very aeoeptabla and convenient for thu use of wumeu uml
children.'*
Internal Obstruction—Woums—SuppiiEssioy.
Fiom Mr*. E. Stuart, who pracriset as a Phyaician und Mtdwifo
in B'tston.
"I find one or two large drownf your Pn-tJ", taken at tbe
proper time, nre excellent promotives of the natural soaro-
tlr.ii when wholly or partially sup^-ewed, and also very ut*
bitual I'M-leatiHCthe Klemach aud expel worms. They aro
■o much the beat phyalc we have that I rucuniiiu-inlnuotlier
tu uiy patients."
Constipation — Costiveness.
fVoni Dr. J. P- Vnnflhrt, Montreal, Canada,
"Too much cannot bo nM of yuur Piu-s for tho euro of
codietntti. If other* of our fraternity have *mnd thorn
as efficacious n« 1 have, they should Join me In proclaiming
it for tho benefit of the multitudes who suffer from that
oomplnlnt which, although bud puougK in Itself, is the pro
gDtfltor of other* that aro worse. I hellevo cottirmest to
originate Iq tho liver, but yuur l'nu affect that organ aud
cure tiie riitensu."
Imphuties of tiie "Blood — Schotula —Erysipelas — Salt Rheum — Tetter — Tumor*
— Rheumatism — Gout — Necraloia.
From lh. EtckM /tall, Philadelphia,
"Ynn were rik'ht.l'"ctor. In waving that yonr Pills purify
the l.h**l.   Tiny do that.   I huve used i hem of lata yeare Itt
my practice, and a-re<' with your statements of their eflienry.
Thry ittmulate tbe axeratonaa, and nun off the impuritloa
that stiiKimiti in Die blood, engendering dlsenao. They
dtimulate tlm organi of dlg«lion, und lufuso vitality aud
Tlgur Into the system.
-Sin li retnedm as you prepare aro a national bonont, and
you doservo grout credit for ttuim."
For Headache —Sick Hbadachb—Foul Stomach— I'iles—Dropsy—Plethora—Pa RALYitii
—Fits —&c.
From Dr. Rdicard iJofrf, BaWmow.
"DrAR Dn. Arm: I cannot answer you what compWnte
I have cured with your Pilm better than to any all that wt
trer treat with a purgative, medicim\ I plflco great depend-
•nee on un effectual cathartic in my daily contest with dla-
laae, and believing as I do that yonr Pilu afford na the belt
we hare, I of courne vnluo them highly."
W Most of the Pills in market contain Mercury, which,
although a valuable remedy In skilful hands, is dnngerooa
iua public pill, from the dreadful cooscipiencea that fro*
qucntly follow Ita Incautious nno. Theso contain no mere©*
ry or mineral substance whatever.
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
linn Ioiir boon manufacture-! by a practical cliemiftt, and
QTCTTOnnce of It uniler hliown eye, with invariable acctt.
i.i, v' ml era. H is irnlod "n-1 prstedad by law from coun-
terfeits, ond csnHqaently cun bo rell.-d on ag Renulno,
»itlioiit o.luUerullon. It npplM tlio MircFt remedy tlio
woilil Inw ever known for the euro of nil pulmonary com-
phdnts] f-'r Couoili, Couw, IIoABSsnEaa, Ahthha, Croup,
Wboofi.vo Couon, Bronchitis, Inch-ikut CosaUMpnox, and
for tbo relief of consumptive pftlictits in advanced stages of
tho dlsoaso. As timo makes these facts wider and hotter
known, this medicine haa grodually bocomo the best roll'
anco of the aflllftod, from tbo log cabin of the American
peasant to tbo palaces of European kings. Throughout
tbis entire country, in cvory state and city, and indeed almost every hamlet It contains, Cherry riwoRAl Is known
ns tbe best of all remedies for diseasea of the throat and
lungs. In many 'foreign countries It is extensively used by
their most Intelligent physicians. If there is any dependence on what men of erery station certify It has done for
tbem; If wo can truat our own senses when wo sec the dangerous affections of the lungs yiold to Ui If we can dopeud
on tbo nssaranco of Intelligent physicians, whoso business
is to know | in short, If thero is any reliance upon any
thing then is it irrefutably proven that this medicine dona
euro the class of diseases it la designed for. beyond nny and
nil --ther remedies known to mankind. Nothing but its intrinsic virtues, and tho unmiatakablo benollt conferred on
thousands of sufferers, could originate and maintain tbo
reputation it onjoya. While many Inferior remedies havo
been thrust upon the community, hare failed, and been
dls-ir-lrd, this haa gained ftlentla by overy trial, conferred
benefits on tbo afflicted they cun never forget, anil produced
cUrea too numerous and romarkablo to bo forgotten.
Prepared by Dr. J. C. AYEB,
FUACTICAL AND ANALYTICAL CHEMIST,
8>       LOWELL,  :M_A.eS-
A2VD SOLD BT
Moore   &   Co.,     Victria
AND ALT, nUUQCrlSTS. —
(Btfciring   CcUgrapb.
THURSDAY  EVENING,  OCT. II, IMS.
COMMERCIAL.
MIIPI'INU IHTKIddllKltlk.
POKTOKVICTIIKIA, VANUlUVKIt   ISI.AMI
■ KTKllkli.
Oct 11—Schr Loui.a Downs, Sullivan, l'ort
Angelos
Slror Enterprise, Swanson, New- Westminster
Sip Ocean Queen, Smith, San Junn
tump,
Oct  11—Stmr Enterprise,  Bwanson, New
Westminster
Schr (!en Harney, fllll, Port Angelos
Mcminn it Hkavsii Pass, Cariboo. -The
Sentinel of October 1st contains the account
of an inquest held hy Judge Cox on tlio body
of a man found in a hole near thc old trail
about balf-a-milo below Edward's ranch.
Ofthe body nothing remained but a mere
skeleton, the clothes siill undisturbed; on the
back part of tho skull wns observed a bullet
holo, but no corresponding perforation could
bo noticed on any oilier portion of it, thus
showing conclusively that Ihe shot pail huve
como from behind ; the teeth were perfect in
both jaws; hut the lower and Upper teeth appeared to bo filled with gold, The clothes
consisted of a black doiible-hreastud vest,
blue seigo pauls, with drawers, a grey undershirt, and a heavy greyish-brown oV'-ishirt. a
t-i in it 11 whitc-iieckercliief, a pair of heavy
nailed Wellington bouts (No. H's), a belt wns
lying by his side with a brass book and eye,
no hat oould be fouud. The following articles
were found in the pockets nf his clothing, and
taken charge of by Mr. l-'itzgerahl: A silver
bun ting case watt-li, maker's numo John Tohins,
Liverpool ; a Bilver  pencil  case,   bearing mi
the seal the initials C. M. H. ;
ing   oil]),   with   the   naiue
KLrrTi'js 1*ti:i.i.ii;i:nck—Th'- V.ilr '.'
understands that Sir. Robert Smith, ol the
firm of Smith k Ladner, has been requested
by the miners rf liig Bead IO coin*- !
as a candidate for meietwr nf the Iiiglll '-v.
Oouaeil for tbe district, We hope that Mr.
Smith will oonaeat, is he would make i t .in-
able reiire-ent Hire. A |irlville letter received
in lave, fron rrenrh t'rri-k, state! that:
" Mr. Holbrook has laked l.i li» put in nomination, but   llli-n- is   no  Dee   iu  doing so,   as
neither u tarn ffeelielietw umu uoi one who
In     uny   interests   there   would   staud   any
chance here."
A Masiac—Paris Carter, who was imprisoned ns a irui'dub-nt debtor the othei
day, became crazy yesterday, and stripping
off all his clothes rushed round tho prison
yard demanding tube let out, as his creditors,
he said, bad all given their consent, lie bas
since somewhat recovered.
Kiiicaitm—Iu our article yesterday on tho
Indian famine the "Presidency of Calcutta"
was inadvertently Inserted instead of the
" Presidency of llcngal"—tho capital city instead of the Presidency.
II.M.S. Scout has not yet sailed for San
Frum-isco, having been recalled by a gun this
morning at !i o'clock, after she bad anchored
outside.
Special notice*.
Removal.-  ia Bree. hare re
stored I
Oorernment sin- i
Ratal.   They bate weired, tt ship V
•-ullliH'Ilt    Ol
.ii I underi lothlnr, arliieh Ihey will
sell lowei iliun any houeeie town, flu- them
a tall. *
Mil. Dtoer Palm
b -. playtag ai -! Uinli,- Pia lofortei,aad
f,,r in 11 im turn iii Hinging, may be left with
Messrs. Hihben i Oartwall, Stutinnen nnd
Ilooksellors, Uorernmeat street, or at his resi-
deaee, "ear the lop of Fort street. *
Ai.kxhniiiik's Olotm—Messrs. J. II. Turner
k Co., London House, bate reoelved to-day,
by Express from Paris, a lull Assortment of
Alexandre'! famaai kid gloves, for which
Ihey arc the sole aginls in Vancouver Island
and' ltritisb Columbia. *
Fbbncii Mn-ustav—The millinery depurt-
nicut at London Houso is now under tho management of a lady who arrived by last steamer from Paris.—J. II. Tubber k Co.        *
New Adve ti ementfl.
a new tin driuk-
C. M. Illessiug
scratched ou the bottum ; a shcath-Unife wns
found at his feet, ou the handle of which was
carved the initials C. M. It., iu one of the
pockets tliere wns a small clasp purse containing n lew grains uf fine gold wrapped up
in a piece often paper. One of the pockets
of his punis was turned inside out. The
Coroner's jury returned a verdict of wilful
murder ng-iiust some person or persons unknown. The Yale Tribune of the fth states
that a man named James Barry, a passenger
on the down stage on Thursday but, was
arrested on thc charge of the murder, in cimi-
HL-qui'iiiie of a telegram to that effect from the
magistrate at Qtiesnelle. Tlic Trihuns adds 1
Hurry is an Iris-hninn by birth, has been several years in this country, in well known 111
New Westminster and Ciu-iliou, and so fnr as
we can learn bears au lrreproaobablo character. He hns been in Cariboo three or four
aeasons, but s-i far has heon unlucky. At tbe
timo of his arrest he had not a dollar in his
pocket, aad a friend had paid his pnssago on
the stage. Several parties who know Harry
well camo down with him front Ques-
nelinoutli, and thoy all believe in his entire
innoceuce.
Sauk or Ukal Estate—At Messrs. J. P.
Davies k Co's. snlo to-day Kdgnr's house on
J-'ort street was knocked down for $2100, to
Mr. Thomas Lowe ; tho lot behind, on View
street, with cottage atiii fruit g rden, for $300
to tbo same purchaser; two lots on Fort
street below tho house for (13$ each, to Mr.
John linker, and the line lot corner of John-
eon and Quadra streets for $255.
Hoard of Delkuates— At a uicc!;ng of the
Hoard last night tho returns of tlio recent
eleotion of Chief and Assistant Engineers
were audited; the suroiies ofthe Tre.isuror,
Mr. J. Glassey, wore approved ; Mr. .1. A.
McCrea was appointed Trustee of the Fire
Department fund for thrco years. Tho Fire
Insurance Companies havo beeu informed
Hint -the Department must be disbanded if assistance is not given.
Contented Election.—A tolegrnni received
here elates that Mr. Walkcui will contest thc
oleeiion of er-Mayor Harris for Cariboo. Mr.
Harris Toceived 023 votes ami Mr. Walkcui
1119, being a majority of four for tlic former.
Walkmu had a majority nt all the polling
places except at Harkorvilln, whero the voles
polled were Harris 223, Walkem 118, and at
Cedar Creek, whore tho votes stood Harris 38,
Walkem JO.
From New Westhinbtkb.—Tho steamer
BnterprUe arrived down last night, at 0
o'clock, with 101 passengers.
Outside —A large bnrk, supposed to be thc
Mackay from Loudon, was reported in Royal
Koadsjust before wo went to press.
The Next Mail Steamer.—The Active will
leave San Francisco for Victoria on Monday
next, at 12 o'clock.
Police Cocrt.- There was a blunk calendar to-day.
Tub Carey petition has now 400 signatures.
KootciiiiV  lliiits.
Btrasub Proceeding—Wo are informed by
reliable parties that Inconvenience is felt by
merchants end others paying customs duties
at New Westminster, by the officials refusing
to take notes of tho Hank of Ilriiish North
America in payment, and demanding, instead
gold or notes of tbo Bank of British Columbia I—Yale Tribune.
Tub Recist Collision in the Stbaits.—A
private telegram from Sau Francisco states
that the vessel witb which the ship Belmont
recently camo into collision off Sooke was the
bark Harvest Queen, lumber laden fi-pni the
Sound for San Francisco. The bark sustained trifling damage.
SaIs at Government Hoosb—The Furniture, kc., at Government Bouse will bc sold
by auction by Mr. P. M. Backus next Thursday by order of Governor Kennedy. The
articles will bo on view the day before the
sale and free omnibusses will run to Government House on tho morning of the sale.
[From tho Vnlo Tribune.]
Two treiitleint'ii arrived here yesterday
from Kootenay, which tliey left three
weeks ugo. They report that there nre
about 1(10 white men and S00 Chinamen
on Wild Horso Creek. The former uro
tearing duily, the Celestials purchasing
Iheir interests in the elniius. One cluiui,
three pharos, sold to a Chineso company
for $-1(100. The machinery in the shall
below the Canon wus at work pumping
out the water, and it wus expected tliui
tlio claim would soon be prospected.
Messrs. 0|ipcnlieiuier's trains were met
nt Fort Sheppard goiny to Kootenay.
The Uluckioot Indiana bad heon making
u raid upon a band of cattle belonging to
Chinamen) near the camp. Out of 109
tbey drove olT 00 hend.
BLACKFOOT.
Georgo Hendricks aud several old
Cnrihooites bad arrived at Kootenay from
Blackfoot, much disappointed with tlieir
trip. The Blackfoot mines wero being
fast depopulated, and it is now un established fact Ihat the report of the extent
and richness of the mines in Molilalia
wero greatly exaggerated. There wero
some good claims on the several gulches,
but the mining ground was monopolized
by those who fot in early, and who made
mining laws lo ou.l tbooseleei.
8ASKA1CIIKWAN.
Sovernl parties of whito men bad left
Kootenay for the Saskatchewan. It was
reported that there were rocker diggings
noar Fort Edmonton that would pay
moderate wages, but nothing 'big' bad
been struck in that direction.
BRUBX or Emiohanis to Tmxand.—
The Cork Examiner states thut within a
short period four vessels which run bo-
twecn Qnccnstown and New York have
brought buck about 200 passengers euch,
the majority of whom wero Irish. Tho
Irish 'immigration' is chiefly artizans of
tbo lower grades and laborers who have
not succeeded in finding in America thc
well-paid employment thoy cxpeotod.
Thoy state that if wages ore higher in
the United States tho price of provisions
has much increased as compared with the
period proccding the civil wor, and that
their position would consequently not
have been improved hy remaining there
Emigrants are still leaving Cork, however, in considerable numbers.
Whehk Could he Have Put it.—The
Timet records a 'snicide' as follows: The
headless body of a man wns found lying
in stnto on his own bed. A letter was
found in the hands of the victim which
ran thus:   'I have put an end to my own
life I was tired of existence  in  this ui-
grateful land—nnd I left it of my own
free will. There is money in my drawer
to pay my fuueral expenses. As to my
name, try not lo discover it. To prevout
identiGeation, I luivi hidden my own liead
where you will never find it.'
HeUOWAT'l 1'u.ta—lil*J!lit*» nu 1 Ifawul CompUlnta.
—ThstS milefltf   are everpreiieiit,  m.d   if   lull llnat
tended frefnestlj  Isnabutc foully,  it  .im.i-i he
.-V'-rjwh-Mi   known tb'it both clinli-ra bii-I dUiil-i \ -1 ■■
peed oe the peesenee of some aadliested §ui-
tbe itottaflb of boveii or »"in" deleteriaw ma'ter In
tho ljloo-1, anil lliat   BoBoWef'1   Pilli nan r*pel either
         ndexptdltton.   Tliey ooaoautfate InesQr
prising degreepurifying, alternative, regnlgtlni an-l
ling -n -lit:,--, -ml lime  <--t,-rt  OTtr ifl      -
.11..• 1 y   eontrollln - Infl MOM in
nteeMary t.r subduing eutatlve aciii-;
Ir tpw.   Holloway*! medltlM may   lie  lulvtin'.
taken na   a  mean* of Soaping thobl odpen
ti,-ly tool—.the on'y prtottesMo plan of ui-niitniiiin-.'
Ii.-ii-tli ill youth, UUHhood, a"'! "1<1 age.
A New ANIi UBAXD KI'OCII IN HlDIOtlll—
Or. Haggle! is ihe lutiudo. ol a new Itedical
system. The quantltariaiis, whose vast Internal doses enfeeble tho stomach and paralyse
the bowel?, timet jgtve precedence lo the mnn
who restored health and appetite, with from
one to two oi' hi-i extraordinary Pllll, and
cures the most virulent sores wiih a box or so
ol his wonderful nnd all healing Salve. These
two great specifics of the Doctors arc fast su-
persedlog an the stereotyped noetromq of the
day, Extraordinary curcj by M.iggiiTn I'ills
nml ri.ilve have opened the eye^ of the public
to the Inefficiency ut' the (?o called) remedied
ofothers,and upon winch people bave go long
blindly depended. Maggiel's Pills are no ol
the ctass thut nre swallowed by the dozen, and
nl which every box lull tnken creates an absolute tie<-i--°ity tor another. One or two of
Hagglel'd Pills suliices to place the bowels in
perfect order, tone Iho stomach, create an appetite, and render the spirit? liffht and buoyant I There is no griping, and no reaction iu
the form of constipation. If tho liver is affected, Iti fn notions are restored; and il tho
nervous system is feeble, it is invigorated.
This last quality makes tho medicines very
deilrabte tor the wants of delicate females.
Ulcerous ond eruptive diseases are literally
extinguished by the disinfectant power of
Uagglel'l Salve. In fHCt, it is here announced
thatMagfffal'l Ul lituN, I))n|)C|)(1c
led lUiiii lieu I'i-ls cun- where nil
Others fail. While for Hums, Scalds, Chilblains, Cuts and all abrasions of the skin
Maggiel'* Salve is infallible. Sold by
J. Maiioiki., 11 Pine "tree", Now York, and all
Drnggiite, at 25 cts. per box.
Union is accomplished and
Producers  Protected.
The country only can   be  saved  by
l'airoiiizing
CAMERON'S  ISLAND   PRODtTCH
No.   18   Pert   el reel,   opposite   Mrs.   Hears
lloardiii^-bou.-i-.
Swat wt auk fo iiwn A TAIUFK,
IsIbii-I Produce will be in demand and to
supply tin- Inereaee oi  orders  it had  baau
iry to make arrangements with  levefll
i,liters mid fishermen j   also Producers
will always hi able to And* market tat their
vegi tables and other produce, at reasonable
rales ; whilst consumer; can have their demands supplied free of duty. Tho market
will henceforth be supplied with the fiuest
Venison, Fish end Game of every description.
Claras and Oysters from the uewly discovered bids at ChctnainuB.
Since preparing the above wo learn that a
special Telegram has arrived from tho Home
UOTernmenl stming that Chinamen pedlars
are to be taxed |80 per bead, per month, nnd
knowing ll io be a ratal shock to them, the
"Ol i;::ii-il will go in nioiirniiic fur the space
ol one month, in respect to tlieir memory.
ON  V   PARLE   CHINOOK.
oc7
N< w   A-i
NKW    WESTMINSTER
GAME   DEPOT,
YATES   ST.,
Next door to  the corner of < ioverntoent,
o|>posile Zoluer'n Drug Store.
(TIKI SI'BHCHIUEK IIAVINU MADK Alt-
L    Mtijn-ui.-'ii- I-- reoeivd  ftmat  atk%taa%
parties the produ e of Hu- Isluud und country
will be prepared to lurnish
Game,
Fish,
Fruits,
Poultry,
Eggs    and    Vegetables,
Each  and  all io   their season, at tho lowest
prices.
JAMES   ALLEN.
ocl lm
THE PARK HOTEL
'I HUS   WI'U,   KNOWN
I   hilly   iltuated   llo'el
th-- molt luxurious
Priviile
style
rooms
AM)   BBAUTI-
is now lilted up in
for boarders and
can   be   had   for
BANK   OF   BRITISH    COLUMBIA.
___^_       i
I.osoon, 3d Augngt, 18C«.
tjiltti.M AlfD AFTKIt 25tii BBPTBHBBll,
1866, JIu. DAVID Mausiiam. I.ano will
cense to be Udnager of this Hunk in these
Colonics, and He. Wn. Ci-inis Wabd is
authorised to perform the dulled of Principal
Ollicer of the Hunk in these Colonies, signing
all documents us Acting Manager.
Hy order of the Court of Directors,
JAS. U. VVAI.KEIl,
so 20-lm In pector.
lodgere.
parlies.
A TABLE   D'HOTE
WILL    HE   LAID    EVERY    AFTEUVIOX
at  5 o'clock.
Every description nf amusement,  including
music, Id provided tor tbo «uests.
Ladled and gentlemen can Iind in the Park
Hotel a comfortable and luxurious homo.
The best of wines and llqqpcd kept on band.
Ladled can have frco use ot a phaeton for
town drive.
Boarding by the week at low prices to suit
tbo   times. °c ^
NOUVEAUTES
D'automnk  BT   D'hiveh.
J. II. TURNER Er CIE.,
Out l'lioniionr d'informer leurs
amiw et lo public quil vionnont do
reccvuir un ussoitiincnt Jo Noitvo-
autea do Modes dos Moillcuros Mais-
cms do PnviJ.
MAISON DE LONDRE3.
Septembre, 1806. ie28
Oriental Restaurant,
STATBS   STIUOET,
In connection with thc Oriental Hotel.
THIS
AL
BSTABLISHMBNT   IH   OPBB AT
I. Hun;,-, ul  THK DAVOUMUHT.
THE    T^-BHiE
Will bo furnished with the best tho market
ullurds.
Breakfast,
Dinner,
Supper
At moderate prices,
Oysters   in   every   Style.
Private Room* fir flinnll or largo pnrtics.
Call und jud^c for yourselves.        sc ito-lra
DR.   POWELL   HAH  REMOVED HIS
Surgery and
DOUGLAS
i iii-iii- l'ort).
Orrice HoOBI-
P, ,\l. to 10 P. M.
August 28.
Residooce to ibe corner of
AND   IIKUUOUTON   STREETS
■3 A. M.  to  12  M., aiW  g
au 2G
3STOTIOE.
E m
Wharf
Street,
HAS BBDU0BD ITS PRICES TO SUIT
tho times, and clean comfortable led-
can be Obtained forJB cents per nightor$i b)
per week.    Hoard ?1 per day.
S. HILL,  Proprietress.
N. B —The Hotel is (Ire-proof. eo 1
iRJElMIOV-AJO.
Tnu Fidbliteb—The timo of sailing of this
steamer has uot yet been fixed, as she is waiting for tho arrival of the Diana fiom Stoila-
coom with a company of U. S. soldiers en
route to Portland.
Tub Jewish Sikagooue sale has been postponed till two days after the arrival of thc
next California steamer.
UoiiiTiON—Mr. Uarr bas presented $10 to
the Firo Department in recognition of their
services at thc rcccut fire.
A letter from Franklin, published in
tho Salt Lake Teleijniph, says: Millions
of grasshoppers have mado tbeir appearance in this settlement, aud are busy lay*
ing their eggs. They came from the
north. Through the flay the nir wns
thick with them. They aro moving south,
and some of the most experienced citizeus
apprehend another grasshopper war equal
to 1855.
W.  HEATH0EN
»*|IIE(1S  LEAVE  TO  INFORM  HIS
fmJ   Wendl and tho public  that be hus
^^ removed his
Boot and Shoe Store
To OorgBiritEHI RTltEET, two doors from the
"Colonist and Chronicle" Office, whero ho
will continue his Boot Making business.
BOOTS AND SHOES MADE TO 0RDEK
Of thc best materials and workmanship.
N.U.—Repairing done at shortest notice.
IN  EVERY  STYLE AT
A.   We   PIPER'S,
AND   THK
Best Welsh Rarebits
ON    THE    ISLAND.
so 19
TTJtt IVERSITY
—or—
WASHINGTON TERRITORY
'I MUN INSTITUTION WILL REOPEN ON
1 the 17th inst. Pupils ol both seios received, who will bc expected to lurnish iheir
own rooms, which are provided in separate
buildings, free of charge.
The   Expense   ol   Hoarding   and Tuition,
wiihout incidentals, will   not exceed $50 per
quarter of ll weeks, payable in advance.
For further information address
REV.  OEO. F.  WU1TWORTII,
President.
Seattlo, W. T., Kept. 1st, 1861. se 11
NOTICE
.V
Tho mallets with which King Charles
played croquet, or something like it, on
I'ull Mull, aro still exhibited iu tho tower j hkiman LEWIN.
of London.
HAVANACI6AB&
LEWIN &  ANTHONY,
TOBACCONISTS,
47 Yates St„ Brick Store
Next io Corner of Government St.,
BEG TO INFORM THEIR FRIENDS AND
the pnblic in general tbat they will constantly receive by every steamer a (rood as-
sortmbntot (jeuiiine Havana Clfari
und the llcist HlHn«l» ol 1 olm< « o
imported direct for this market, so that tliey
nre able to compete wilh any hrtiso on this
Island, cither Wholesale or Retail.
K.  R-—Special   attention will be paid  to
Country orders.
1     LOUIS ANTHONY.
oe -
LL   PERSONS   H.VVINO   CLAIMS
against the undersigned are requested to
present Ihem within .10 dnys from date.
All persons indebted to the undersigned are
requested to 6ettlo their accounts within 30
days either bj note or otherwise, or tliey will
be given to my Attorney for collection, as I
intend to leave for Europe.
sc IG-lm J- W. KKYSF.R.
:fo:r.    sale
TWO G R 0 V ER k li A K E R SEWING
MACHINES, for heavy work; one
Singer's Machine, No. 2, for lino aud heavy
work.
All the goods pertaining to the business,
including cotton goods, ticking, pulu, and
other goods too numerous too mention.
The nbovc will be sold for less than cost
within 30 days.
Terms—Cash or approved Notes.
—ALSO-
Tho entire stock of Crockery, Hardware,
Furniture, Fancy Goods, ke., on the same
terms as above.
Ail goods unsold after 30 days will bc sold
at auction.
so ld-lm J- W.   KEYSER.
PRIME
Yorkshire   Bacon!
Ex Royal Tar,
For sale by
FELL k CO.,
so28 Yates ttreet.
"ROUND THE CORNER"
IS TIIE NAME OF fftE
3STE"Wr     SALOON
JUST OPENED IN
Langley   Street,   round  the
corner from Yates street,
In tho building  formerly  occupied   by   tbe
Saloon of EuiiiuiAiiiii's IIotbl.
The Saloor  hns been   taslefolfy refitted,
and will bo supplied with the
FIR8T
Wines
QUALITY   OF
and  Liqnors.
The proprietor respectfully invites thc public to call "ROUND THE CORNER" and
judge for themselves.
UOVBIIXEENT   8TIIKKT    UfTMJTOl — »BIf
door lo the Telegraph Offlce.
win       j iron   IIERKIIMGR-
NOTICE
A.  BULER  &  Co.
BfY AND SELL LADIES' AND GENT'3
cast-nlf dotblng.
Clothes cleaned aud repaired nt the shortest
notice.
GOVERNMENT   STREET,
Nearly opposite the St. Nicholas Hotel.
sc 25-tm
ALAROR   ASSORTMENT   OF   ROUGH
and dressed for Bale cheap,
J. ROBERTSON STEWART.
Victoria, V. I., 20<h August, lsnt;. se 22
SAN   FRANCISCO
OYSTER  SALOON
t
Government   street,
Dctween Gns Keyser's and W. Wilson's
rpiIE UNDBESIGNBD, IN VIEW OF THE
_L " Good Times " folks said were coming,
hns OPENED ll»' above premises, nud intends
to OPEN THE BEST OYSTERS tho market
furnishes.    Tliey will be
Roasted
Fried
Stewed
In or Out of tlie Shell
egf- Open at all hjurs.
*7>.lin -i- B. BUELL.
MM
	 From Montana.
IXDIAN TllllLBLES ON THE PLAINS.
The following is from the Helena
Gazette:
From parties just arrived over the
Powder river road, we leern still further
of Indian barbarities and practices this
season, and tbe abuses put on tbe immigration by the sham treaties of Government Cooimissioners and commandants at
Laramie, Reno and Pbil. Kearney.
On completion of tbe treaty at Laramie
with a few of lbe squaws and papooses of
the Sioux and Cbeyetuies, abou; thu 15th
of July, the war commenced—the Sioux
taking all their women, children and
stolen stock to the Republican river, and
qu ckly returning to tbe rouds to massacre
and destroy whenever opportunity offered.
Id tbe neigdberhood of Brown's
Springs, ubout the 21st ot July, were
ruptured and killed three men from near
Poor in. III, named Charles Keating,
Josiuh It. While nod Raymond. At the
same place, the 23d, Phillips' traiu from
Leavenworth was attacked by about 150
Indians, Philips losing two or three team
sters ; the Indians pursuing and attacking
for fo-ir days. On the 22d of July, Kir-
kendall's train was attacked and a stampede of stock attempted while lying on
Powder river, opposite Fort ifetio, and
same date Lieut. N. H. Daniels, in command of a small party of soldiers, was
killed on Cru^y Woman's Fork, receiving
twenty-two arrows iu bis body, losing the
whole crown of his head, his fingers end
toes cut off and other indiguities practised which would pale a Spanish inquisition.
Between Clear Fork of Powder and
Crazy Woman, on the 24th of July, Kirk-
ei.dttil's train, in company wilb Tootle k
Leech's, was attacked at noon, nud wagon
master Dillon killed. On the 23d of
July, throe miles from Fort Phil. Kearny,
French Pete and party, six in number,
were messucred, and news cume to the
Fort of the massacre of two immigrant
trains—numbering in all some eighteen
men and six or eight children, the women
being held in captivity—between Wind
Creek and Antelope Springs. During
the mouths of July and August, Cupt.
llnrtou, I letups; i-mi, David demon, Oeo.
F. Provost, Samuel Tiermun, Tere. Fuir-
cbild, Wm. Thompson, Captain Floyd,
and eight men, names unknown, were
killed between Brown's Springs and Phil.
Kearny. Two trains are now corralled
at Wind Creek, and one at Big Horn,
enable to continue their jouruey ; their
stork having been run off in tbe mountains.
This side of Big Horn, immigrants and
freighters have not been troubled a great
deal, and we only learn of three persons
having been killed—the Rev. W. R.
Thomas, Charles K. Thomas, end Joseph
Shultz, the two former from Illinois, aud
the latter from Canado. They were kil -
led ou ihe Yellowstone, fifteen miles he-
low the ferry, on the 24ih of August.
To the present dote, 79 persons are
known to havo been murdered on tbe
Powder river road, by the Indians, aud
tbe story is not probably half told.
The Necdle Gun a Huddersfieli)
Invention.—It has been stated that ihe
pribciplo of firing a gnu by means of a
needle snddenly pen6truting an explosive
substance fixed iu the cartridge, was invented by Mr. Hanson, of Folly Hall Lead
Works, Huddcrsfield, who completed bis
invention by constructing a breech-loader
for his own amusement and service in rook
shooting. Mr Hanson had a friend, a
gunsmith—Mr. Golden, of Huddersfield—
to whom he guru his invention, which was
actually patented by him iu the year 1843,
in tbe nuntn ol Golden and Hanson—five
years before il wus made public by lbe
Prussian Government. Mr. Golden, at
tbe command of tbe King of Prussia,
forwarded two of Mr. Hanson's guns to
tbat monarch so far back as 1840, two
years before it became public.—Halifax
Guardian.
New   Advertisements.
New  Goods
EX   "ROYAL  TAR."
THOS. WILSON & CO.,
Invite attention to their
New Stock of WINTER
GOODS just arrived by
Koyal Tar Irom London,
consisting  of*
FLANNELS—Welsh—Twilled Saxony
Plaiu and Fancy Colors
DITTO — Canton — White   and   Ud-
bleachtd
BLANKETS—All sizes
BALMORAL SKIRTS
FRENCH  MERINOS-In all colon
Hqyles' Prints, Horrocksss' Long Cloths,
Linen and Cotton Ticks, Sheetings,
Quilts, Drugget Squares.iGreen Baize,
Hollands, American Leather Cloth,
—AND—
A General Assortment of Goods suitable for
the Autumn and Winter.
Thos.   Wilson &  Co.,
MASONIC BUILDING,
GOVERNMENT   STREET
se 20
LUMBER
A   LA RO E   ASSORTMENT   OF  (ROUGH
and dressed for aule cheap,
J. ROBERTSON STEKART.
Victoria, V. I., 20ih August, 1866. se 2]
HAVAMCIGARS.
LEWIN &   ANTHONY,
TOB-A.CC03STISTS.
47 Tates St., Brick Store
Next to Corner of Government St.,
BEG TO INFORM THEIR FRIENDS AND
the pnblic in general   tlmt tbey  will con
stantly receive  liy every  Bteamer a gontl   ns
■uirimeiitiit Genuine Havana cigars
nnd the nest  Brandt* of Tobacco,
imported direct for this market, so that they
are Hble to t'ompete with any bruse ou this
Island, either Wholesale or Ri-iuil.
N.   B'—Special   attention will be paid  to
Countrv orders.
HEIUAN  LEWIN.     |     LOUIS ANTHONY,
oc 2
REMOVAL.
J. H   Turner & Co.
GOVERNMENT STREET,
VICTORIA, V. I.
LONDON   FIRM,
J. P. Tunstall & Oj.
LONDON    HOUSE,
September, 1806.
We have received by " Pioyal Tar" and late Express arrivals a
great part of our Autumn and Winter Stork. It comprises as usual a
full assortment of Staple and Fancy Goods.
Linkns, Cottons, Prints, Damasks,
Blankkts, Flannkls. kc,
Dress Goods, The New LuTSKTB, Serges, Merinos,
Poi'Links, Plaids, &c.
Shawls—Rich Broche, Wool, Himalayan, kc,
Ladies' and Children's Underclothing,
Mantles, Furs, Hosikry, Embuoideiues, Lack
Goods, &c.
Millinery - Wreaths, Head Dresses, a beautiful selection
of Bonnets in the Lamballe, Pamela, and other new
shapes;   Hats in silk, velvet, and straw.
Thu department is now under tlie direction if a First Class French
Milliner, who arrived by last steamer.
The above goods have been selected by our London partner with great
care, and will be sold on most favorable terms.
so 21
H.   Turner   *$c   C? o.,
Agents for Alexandre's Kid Gloves.
A   Triumph    of    Science
THE  LIQnT   OF   THE   WORLD
W.  HEATH OM
BEOS LEAVE TO INFORM HIS
Iriends and tho public that ha has
removed his
FACTS vs- THEORIES.
" Give mo a place to rest my lever on,"
•ays Archimedes, "and I will move the
world." " Give me pure and unadulterated
drugs," says Medicus, of the olden time,
"and I will cure disease."
Iu one sense, both of these learned pundits
were the veriest charlatans. They knew there
was no place to rest their lever on, either to
move the world or cure disease. Mechanism
was in a backward state, and the medical profession vtas bnt another name for sorcery,
and all thc adjuncts of magic filters and
charms of tha " evil eye," ke.
But these latter days have borne unto us
something moro than even superstition nnd
ita crew ever dreamt of iu their maddest philosophy. In these days of practical science,
what waa theory of yesterday ie fact to-day,
and all the old time notions become as bubbles
in the sun, and burst and break with every
breath we draw.
Let Archimedes shoulder his lever and we
will find a resting place for it to move the
world. Let mine ancient Medicus pant and
toil no more for the drugs be so sorely needs,
(or we have them at our hand, ever ready to
terve them nt his beck.
Befined in the laboratory of Dr. Magiiel,
tba finest materials known In the medical pro
fession are obtainable by any one. His
Billious, Dyspeptic, and Diarrhoea Pills stand
unrivalled, and his Salve operates with magical effect upon burns, scalds, and all sores and
■leers ofthe skin.
In fact, we think Haosiil'b Pills and Salve
•re tbe wonder of tbw century, and we are
Sappy in the thought that many others of our
brethren of the cralt agree with us. We would
earnestly counsel that all families provide
themselves with Dr. Maggiel's Prepaiations at
ouce, and keep them ready at band, ao as to
as* tbem at the most opportune tine and aa
«.;casion serves.— Vell't Sentinel.
Boot and Shoe Store
To GovuntuiitriT btreut, two doors from the
"Colonist and Chronicle" Office, where ha
will coutinuc his Boot Making business.
BOOTS AND SHOES MADE TO ORDER
Of tbo best materials and workmanship.
N.B.—Repairing done at shortest notice.
Be 23
OLYMPIA OYSTERS
IN  EVERY STYLE AT
A.   W.   PIPER'S,
AND  IHE
Best Welsh Rarebits
OJN    THE    ISLAND.
86 19
IRE- OFEnxrnxrQ-
EUREH CONCERT ROOM
EKDER THE 1UKAGKHEVT OF MRS. ({I AIU.KS,
HPHIS MOST FAVORITE AND FASHION-
-*• able place of amusement having been
entirely re-decorated will re-open This Evening nt 9 o'clock. Mr. Ned Reed, tbe 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  9 o'clock, admission
free. a* 14
DR. MAGGIEL'S
PILLS   & SALVE.
Tlieie Mfe-irk'iijj remedied nre now, for the fir t
thnc,* rtu publ clv to tli ■ w r >i Kor over aquai trr
uf a century ui prh atf practice tlm ingreditH la In tln-su
Life.Giving Pills
H;it» be*n unerf with the greitest tnccenv. Their
infNBbn il ii t mi j to if vent fi ■»■>, but to «i.re
The/ "-e rch o*j' Mi raricmn mnl <i! •* by h.ch tlio
patient 1» siiirorltifc, and re.invigorate* \\% H[]ln;
synt'-ni. T th« **e<l and Infirm « iew doaon of Hioho
valual'le HI,|.8 will i rove to be
A VERY FOUNTAIN OF YODTH,
For in ever' cane thoy add new Ufa and vita'lty, a**d
<e«t-->re the w mint «>ltlflff«< U> thoir rlttiae siate. T>
ihe jojf anl mi til- gf-d they wiil pr-ve mmt in
v.ilu lie, a* a rei y, specific and mi-r in.r medicine,
ere in ii ilri'.tiu r.-iili/.i'd. Lli.tt. 1*'in:t;-d<- I,""ii tough'
for three hundred years ago, and never f nnd* e
look d for a 1 m.tain thai would rtsturo the old to
\ \gox andir.ake > outlt ever
Au Eternal Npring-1
It tott left, for this dny end hour to realise the dream,
and »bow in one glorious t'..ci the ma^ic that ii.adu
it fair.
THESE  FAMOUS  REMEDIES
Cannot, ativ the flight of yets*, but th«>y can force back,
air hold nl.tot, ilii-i'.wti hat mi lit In ni|ih ovet tnu
ag >1 and the young. Lei n'-ne Imitate then, but
■» iv..- tho favorable opportunity that otter,. When taken
aa preicilbed—
For Billious Disorders
Nothinccan '"' more p-oductlee of cure thnn these
Pilli.—Their ahnoHt m<gin influence is felt at 9 ct j
and the unub! cone tnitants of this tn< at distressing
disease are removed. These remtdies are made from
the puxeai
VEGETABLE COMPOUNDS.
They wilt not harm the mont delicate female, and
eaibe Ki en with guod effect in prescribed denes to
tha youngent babe.
For Cutaneous Disorders
Andalleru'tlonaof the skip, the JMI.VR it most tn*
vhIuhMp. It doei n t Uea! 1 xtemaliy nl<nii<, but pene-
ir u* wnh the most k.arching «lT.x(k lo the very root
of ihe evil.
DR. MAGGIEL'S PILLS
Invariably cure the following Diseases :
Asthma,
.iti'wvl Complaints,
Cough a,
Cold*,
Cheat Diseases,
Coitivenesa,
Dj t-pepala,'
Diarrh»a,
Dropsy.
Detdllty,
Fe ve r and A fi e.
Female Complaints,
headache,
Indif'itlon,
Inflnerta,
Iuflammttion,
Inward Weakness,
Lirer Complaint,
Lowne-t* of Spirits,
Ringworm,
Rheumatism,
bait i-heum,
Scalds,
Skin Diseases,
*9es\r NOTICB.—NooBKenplne without the encrraved
trade-mark nround o*ch pot er box, signed b\ DR, J.
MAtiOlKI., 43 Fulton atreetj New iork, to counter fe t
which is felony.
tOT Sold by all reapectnble Dealer* In Medldnfi
throughout the United S^tea aud Camda—at 26 cents
per box or pot.
A. C. Langley & Co.,
Agents for Vancouver Island and British
Columbia.
Ml
Cow For Sale
A COW (AND CAI.F SIX WEEKS OLD),
warranted perfectly gentle.     Price $55.
Also, a young Steer,
Apply to
ic20 0. MAS, James Bay.
Dissolution   of  Partnership.
NOTICE.
| HE PAKT.VKKSHIP HERETOFORE EX-
t i- tins.- between Thomas Napier llililien
and Jumes Carswell, under the natrin or firm
of Hibben k Carswell, has been tins day dissolved by mutual consent.
The Business will in future be carried on
by Mr. T. N Hibben, who will pay and receive all money due to or owing by the lato
firm
Dated tbis 13th dny of September 18CG.
THOMAS NAPIEIl flIBBBN,
JA.MKS  CARSWELL.
Witness to the  signature of Thomas Napier
Hibben,
Geoh'ir Pkaiikrr,
Solicitor, Victoria, V. I.
WitnesB to tho Signature of James Carswell,
RonciiT Bishop,
Solicitor, Victoria, V. I.
«e 13-lm
BEITISH    PERIODICALS.
The London Quarterly Kev ew (Conservative).
The Edinburgh Review (Whig)
The W estminster Review (Radical)
The North British Review (Free Church)
Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (Tory)
Tho Tour R*\*iews re-published by Mwrn. Prorr &
Co., are generally CO iidpred aa tlie <Jreat Rcfiewi,
and IH.d■kwtind baa been just Iy placed in lbe same
muk. Whoever dispense* witli r adtnj pn'-licatlntin of
t)ii« clii"B, wh-ttevf r mat 'te hi* eu«ral i i.form itimi,
iv'll iooi. he altogether behind the time in whieh he
liven—and in tlieie timei a hjorttnrtty ino'i got very
far I'l'Mn i, Yli--y m ".■ be 'ead und itudietl with ml-
vnnta'jc by the people of thin co intrv, oi erery creed
and iurty, *
t„s- BLACKWOOD Is linun'iatl.- attractive at thin
tinif to American*, not onlyf>r its sen I artirles by
diwtin^uished write™ *tf ttcllin, but for 'he account of
the late civil w r now being written i>y C>1. Von
Burke, a (Je< man officer, c 1j i -r_ '-■ tnif to Gen. J. K. 1),
Stuart, of thu Confederate army.
TERMS   FOR   1886.
For anyone of the Kevlew-i $1 per annum
Koran; two of tho KovIpwr  7 "
For any three of the Ceviewi ,. 10 ,l
For all fuur of the Revlewtt 12 "
Foa Blackwood'! Maitaiin*  4 "
For Blackwood and one Rev I w  7 "
For Bla< kw<>od and any two of tho Re*
viewt 10 "
For Hlackwond aud three of the Reviews..13 b
For Bldckwood and the four Hevlewi 16 '•
CLUBS.
A discount of twenty percent, will be a'lowed to eluba
of four or more persons. Tims, four c piea of
Blarkwrod, or of onn Keview will be aent to one address nr ft!2 80. Four copies of the fuur Beviewaand
II nek wood, for $48, and so on.
POSTAGE.
When sent by mall, the Postage to nny part of the
United t tes wi'l he • nt ttrenU-fonr cent* a year for
" laokwood," aud but eight cents a year for each of
theHevlews.
Reduced Prices for previous years.
Subscribers may obtain 'he Reprints immediately
preceding 48fi6, as follows, viz. :
BUuktoood from S'ptemi.er. 18^4, to December, 1865
inclusive, at tbe rate of $2 50 a year.
The North British from January, 1853, to December,
1*65, inclusive t the sEttinburgh -tnd the Westminster Inn
*P il. 1864, to December, 188% lneln>ive, and the
Zondon Quarterly fur the year 18' 6, at the rate of $1 50
a year for each or any   evi--w.
i^ A few copies yetremiln of all the four Reviewt
for 1803 at $4 a set, or $1 60 for any one.
LEONARD   SCOTT   &   CO.,
Publishers, 38  Walker Street. N. 7.
I>. S. &Go., also publish the
2PA2X1>A.2523.'13 O-TJXDE
By Hsjiit Snrai<m, »f Edinburgh, anil (he l.i.i- J. P.
No»to», rt T«lf nllt,.^ 2 mil. Koj«iOol«vo, 1600
pnitei, und numerous  Eugravinei-
»{l«c $7 for tht two rolimc<—by Stall, noit paid,
t*- « «» M
THB   ONE  THING   WANTED.
HOLLOWAY'S PILLS.
The Blood.
These famous pills are so compost* tbn
they operute wholesomely on tbe stomach, ther
liver, thc bowtls, ftnd otlier orffftns; by correcting nny dermiRemepti in their functions
whereby a steady supply of piirematerinlt tor
the renewal of the Blood is furnished, and c
constant nbslrncliiiu of effete products is effected. This perfect circulation thus becomes
the very fountain of health and life, and overcomes all form of disease wherever its sltua.-
tlon.
«;cncrnl IllRordero of tbe Llvei
and Stomach.
All who ever indulge a' '.able, either in eating or d i-iiikinj;, should take about ten ol t!i»s-
Ihiii.iiis pills at bed time, from which will ree
suit a clear head and good stomach the fc-ll -w-
ing morning. Thousands of Ladies are always complaining of sick headaches, want o
appetite, want of energy, and want of strength,
to correct all these evils, Ihree or fuur ol Ihesc
Pills should be taken twice a week, when they
would give the invalid .he health ami appelit*
of a ploughman.   '
l-Viualcs of all Apes and (Eassc*
Obstructions ot any kind, either in young
or those between forty and fifty—tb'- most critical peiiod of life—may be radically remo.?4
by using these Pills according to tlie printed
directions which accompany each box. Toun^
persons with sirkly and sallow complexion.?
may have the bloom of health restored by thi?
corrective, wlich purifies the blood and «!•
pels till gross and impure humors from the system. Hewnre then of the critical age Iron
forty to fifty, as it sends many thousands to
premature grave,—these Pills should be takei
ii tbat period ot lile two or three timet *•
leek
n anl   of Strength and Energy.
PersonB of sedentary habits, or those troubled in mind, working in Factories or Coal
Pits, wbo cannot obtain thnt amount of fresl
air and exercise which nature requires, suffer
from weakness and delilily, lowness of spirl.a
and want of appetite. All sucb should lake I
lose or two of these Pills every three or font
days, as they act gently and etfcf teally on tb«
Bystem and impart vigor nnd enefgy to ibv
body, which is always followed by a good
nppetite, sound and refreshing sleep, aad »
high flow of spirits.
For the <'urc of Dropsy.
The effiency of Holloway'a Pills in Dropey
is extraordinary. They act with sucb a peculiar effect upon the system, that the fluids
causing this direful complaint, are perceptibl
carried off and prevented from any furtbet
accumii'ntion. The sufferer regains a buoyancy of spirits and rejoices in a completely
renovated coustitution. It Is indispensably
necessary that the Ointment should be most
effectually rubbed into the complaining parta
Curing the whole course of treatment.
Children and their Ailmvntr.
In no country in the world nre more children
carried to an early grave than in Great Britain.
Coughs, MeasleB, Scarlatina, Fevers, and other
jiseases attack the little sufferers, apd death,
but too often, follows at a rapid pace j yet if
at the first stage ot these complaints, parent*
were to have recourse to Holloway'a Pills, all
danger would be avoided for the stomach
and bowels would oe gently bat efectually
cleansed bv this mild aperient; tbe depraved
humors correctea ana tne secretions duly regulated. A perfect cure would -oon be effected, and the I'ttle patient restored to toun'
health.
Holloway' Pi. i ve the best known remedy 1b ik
world f-iv tbe following diseases •"
Sold at the KsUblishment of ProfannM- H.-lliuvny, Sit
ttriind, (near Temple Bar,) I. ndon : all- hy all rcipact
aide Di-iigffln'9 aad Dealcni In Mc ielnesthroughout tha
civlliced world,at the iollowlnp piici-s—It. !)(., 5. Si.,
is. Ii'l., He., 22a., and 38e. each box.
Ague
A' I limn
Billious Complaint*
Blotches   ob   the
Skin
Bnwel coir plaint?
Colic
Constipation ofthe
Bow»ls
Consumption
Debility
Dropsy
Dyeentry
Erysipelas
«t.   There
-irfrerfltaee.
Scrofu'aorKiac s
Evil
•*nre Throats
-tone and Gravt
Secondary Pymj*
terns
rtc-DoIoreux
Tumors
Ulcers
Venereal     atfte-
tion.
Worms    of   a
kinds
VV'enkiiPis     Tram
whatever caast
a considerable  saving by taking tha
Female  Irregular
It lea
Fever of all kindi
Fits
llout
Head Ache
Indigestioi
tellsmmillon
Jaundice
l.iver Complaints
Lumbago
Piles
Rheumatism
Reientiou af I'rine
tat.
lilreeti'-ns for the guidrnce of patleuts in every dLor
der arc altlxpd to each box.
Pbiht*d and Published by McClb»b k Ce. at
the offiee, Langley Street.

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