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VOL. I.
VICTORIA,   VANCOUVER   ISLAND,   SUNDAY   MORNING,   SEPTEMBER  23,   1866.
NO. 71.
THE
"EVENING TELEGRAPH,"
irni.i.-iiiKu
E7erv   Events at   4   O'clock,
(Sularday and Siind&y creningi excfpled.)
ALSO EVKKY
SUNDAY    MORNING !
New Advertisement*.
New   Advertisements.
TFZF.
Miscellaneous.
HAVANA CIGARS.    Oriental Restaurant,
T Kit MS OF   SUIISl ll ll"l Mi-v ,
It Ann.nyln ulvmce, l,j   mail, fin 00
For -in  fnnnthl    g On
fte tt TJ**eaajela, lo Urriur, ..,. 25
Illgl.'C.I IM,  ,'q
For terms of Advertisement apply at the
Office. Lan»ley Btreet
IHIncellaneouM.
Hot Weatiikh Hints hy Pbofehou
Bi.ot.—Professor Blot writes us tullowi :
A remark or two on eutiiijt nml drinkii.j*
in hot weather will ho in season. (Ireen
vegetables, properly cooked, are <-ertaiiily
healthful in warm weather ; hut it is a
mistake to think that ment should be excluded from summer diet. The bolter
the wcutlier the more thc system wustis,
anl therefore the more we must supply.
In ordertokecp the body in a healthful
condition, meat ought to be en ten nt
leust onee ft day in summer lime. It
wonld bo well to vary thin programme by
taking one meiil of fi-h on every oilier
day. Fat should bu diluted ns much as
possible. A very little good butler with
your fresh' radishes ut breakfast ia us much
fat or ucces8ury.
When weary, or cold, or warm, or exhausted, we drink iu preference to eating,
because we feel the effect liintuPlaniouily;
while after euling even the most substantial food, wo do not feel tlie effect for
•ome lime.
When exhnu-tcd, and when inmieiliuto
relief is necessary, tho best drinks ure
broih, chocolute, milk, or water sweetened
with Migur. It <8 mote thuo n mUtuke
to dr nk wines nud liquors ut such a time;
it is rciilly committing slow suicide
When only thirsty, without exhaustion,
we Ought lo drink cold Water witlrn teaspoon. When thirsty and healed, the
first thing lo do is to dip the hands iu
co'd water, deep enough to rover the
wrists; then diii a towel iu the water,
lay it ou the forehead, mid then drink
cohl water with a teaspoon. A few (Imps
of vinegar or lemon juice may lie lidded
to the wuter. if exceedingly hot, keep
your hands in cold water uud a lowel on
your forehead for at least one minute before drinking.
The IIoveh Fishermen—A 7ery curious
custom formerly existed among the Dover
fishermen, wbo 0" ''' " leiurnfroin their
expedition, used to select eight of the
finest whitings on t of each boat, nud devote
the proceeds to the celebration of a feu-t
on Christmas Eve, wheh they called n
"ruinbaldr iu honor, ns some conjecture,
of the Irish saint Hnmbold, who was sub-
posed to have some connection with
whitings, or 'rimibalds,' us they arc still
culled in some parts of Kent.— Tha iluni
eipul Corporations  Directory.
Stamped 'Antei.opi:s.'--A would be
gentleman, the othor day, railed nt the
Post Office, and displayed bis ignorance
of natural history or the French lingo 'ge,
or both, by requesting to bo supplied
with e stumped antelope !
LEWIN &   ANTHONY,
TOBACCONISTS.
47 Tates St., Brick Store
Next to Corner of Government St.,
BEG TO I.VFOKM THEIR FRIEXDS AND
t c pnblic in general Ihnt Ihey will con
staniljr receive by every Ityamen good ns-
sortinentiit Genuine < at ami < I gar a
and Ihe |», Nl UrMIKlM of I .>!>,.< i „
imported direct for ihis market, no that they
nre nhle to omnetc with any»hr use on this
Island, either Wholesale or Retail,
N.   B—Special   atu-nt on will  be paid   to
Ooantrv ordere,
HUMAN   LEWIN.     |     LOUIS ANTIIONT.
se 2
YATES   BTBEET,
In connection with the Oriental Hotel.
EVENING TELEGRAPH
EX   FIDELITER
T
d&eo iFZEnxr insro
—or THE—
EUREKA CONCERT ROOM
HIS   BSTABMSHMBN'T   19   OPEN    T
ma. nouns of tiik dav on NIGHT.
THE    TAJBIjE
Will bc furnished with the licit the market
affords.
Breakfast, j
Dinner,
Supper
At moderate prices,
Oysters   in   every   Style.
Private Rooms for sm ill or lar^e parties.
Cull and judge for yourselves.       uu 80-lm
AYER'S
CHERRY
PECTORAL,
I'SDEB THS H'.Y w;i;\l\T OF MRS. QCARUtt. roil THE raiid COM OF
'runs most favorite and fashion-- j
* u'-Ie place of amusement having been
entirely re-decorated will re-open This Evening nt h o'clock. Mr. fled Reed, the famous
Banjo flayer will he In attendance to amuse
vi.-iiors with his minstrel Songs. At (he Itnr
the hest of cnsH Liquors and Havana Clgari
will he dispensed.
Open every  Evening at  9 o'clock, ndmissiou
free. an 24
FASHION   HOTEL
AND
Concert   Room,
The on'y Place of Amusement in
Town!
npHJS UNDERSIGNED HAVING LEASED
I    tlieSfl   well   known  es tii hi i sli me ut.*, begs
tare to announce th it Ihey wi 1 be
Ee-opened on Saturday, Ju'y 28.
The former Billiard Hit 1 has been conve ted
Into u Concert Room, where mny Always ba
found ntteniivc and obliging attendants.
Beit qualities  of Wines, Liquors, and  Cigars served bv the proprietor in |x rson,
t'HAS. BROOKS
Jdjajr Aomission Pais, nu 26 ■
Colds,  < ouulis,  and
Hoarseness*
BMMFIEI.D, MAIM., 20lli \ler„ 1855.
Dr. J.C. Ater: I<!<>nothesitatetunny
tlm bttt remedy 1 baw arer bund f<»r
Coughs, BoWHOeefi Influenza, ami tlie
concomitant ijrmptoniiof a Cold, is your
Ciikrkv PbotorUh   Ita constant nee in
my praettca ami my family fur the but
tenyetribaa ihown it topoMeeiiupe*,
rior virtues fur the treatment uf theso
complaints.     BBBN KNIGHT, M.D.
A.It. Moktlky. Bsq„ of UfiOA,N.T., writer "I haw
iw*l yonr PtOTORAl myself and in my family ever nine*
jrou Invented it, ami believe it the beetmeolctne fur iti
pnrjioeo ever pul out. Willi a tnul oold I should sooner
pay twenty-five doltari fur a bottle tLau do witliuut it, or
taic any other remedy."
Croup, Whooping Cough, Influenza.
Bptunormo, mibs., Feb. 7, luae.
Mother A'ter: I will cheerfully certify yonr PSOTOSU
In tlio liest remedy We piHaeSH fur tbe  Cure of Mlttviping
Cuit'/ii. Croup, ami tin- cheat dtaaaaai of children. ^« of
yonr fraternity in the Booth appreciate your ydll, and
ci'iiiHi'ii'i your medicine to our people.
1IIKA.M CONKLIX, M.D.
AMOS I.EK. K8Q..MoVTERrr. I*., write*, 3d Jan.,185(1:
"1 had a tedlona Iimuennk which confined me in doors
alx weekt) took many dietllclnei without relief] flnnlly
trietl your Piotobal by ili« advice of our clergymui
Tbo fl*r*t dote reUdyed the nm-en<t»n in my throat ami
lunge; l««» than om- half tln« bottle made me completely
well. Yonr medicine* are tlie cheapest a* Well a* tlio l>eBt
WO can liny, and we riateem y", Doctor, uud your reuio-
dies, as the poor man's friend."
Asthma or Phthisic, and lironchitis.
Wkht Mam Hester. IM.. Fell. 4, ISofi.
Sir: YonrCiiF.inir PiafOBAi. i« peiibnnlngmurTellmil
euroa iu tliiM fteciiun. It Iim relloved Mnrenl from alarm*
in:; symptoms of consumptloni and In now curing a man
who liea labored uuder an affection of the lungs fur tho
lust forty year*. MKNIIY I,. PAItKS, Merchant.
A. A. RAM8BT. M.M.. Auuoffi MOWMI Co., Iowa,
writfifl, Sept. «. 1«6S: ".During my practice of many yeari
I have found nothing eqnsl to your Chskbt Pectoral for
giving ease and relleT to consumpttre potientw, or curing
■uch a-H are curable."
We might add vidimus of evidenre, but the moat convincing proof of the virtues of tM«    ■'- *   ~""u iU lt*
Consumption.
Probably no one remedj baa over been known which
cured no many and sneh dangerous cases as thin. Soma
no human aid rati reach ; but oven to those tho CitlRRi
PSCTORAL BlltardS relief and foml.Tt.
Astor Donil, New V-kk Citt. March 6, ISfifl
Doctor Aver, Lowiu: I feel it a doty and a plewuira
to inf. ir rn von wlint vur OHlMlt PlCTQRAt ha* done for
my wife. She had been five munth* laboring under the
dangerous symptoms of Consumption, ftwn wbich no aid
we could procure gave her mnch relief. She wiw steadily
failing, until Dr. Strong, uf thi* city, where we haw come
fur advice.reooflnwnded » trwl of yourmedidne.   Ve
blew hiakliidniiM. iw we do vonr -kill, for she baa recovered from that day.   Bho \* not yal a* itwng a* ibe uaed
to be. but i» fr«H^ from her COUgh, and call* her*elf well.
Yours with gnititnde ami rerard,
UKIiANDO SIIKI.ItY, or 8nn.iiTvn.iJt.
CbfUMuticMf, do not da^air till yon have tried Arsa'a
riiiRRT I't.ToiiAi.. It is made by oneol the besl medku
rbemist* in the world, and its mif«a all aronnd ui i'ws|>eak
the high merit* uf iu virtue. — I'ldtitildphut Isttgtr.
GENERAL
Job Printing
KSTAS«LI*H!IE.Vr
Langley Streett Victoria,
The   Printing    Office
or tub
EVENING
TELEGRAPH
Offioe is replete with every applh nee
and variety of Material for the
Execution of
9l Choice Lot of Bacon
.Tu*,t   Arrived,
For S«'e by
uu '2
P.   Gilligan,
STOKE STREET.
EXPRESS LINE STAGES.
i
BB OOACHKS  uf  this   I.INI-:  \V..".i,
nofc run  regularly, leaving   laic, c. 0
.11 on din h.
WcdiiCNdiijN.
.411(1   IimIsijs,
AT 7, A. 11.,
FOR    HAVANA'S     r I   It It V
(Big Hi-nil Route), until the completion of (lis
ruad, whin ilu-v will c'> lo Pavana'* lirry.
Tlie Cuacli lur C'unboo will li-nve Vale on
Monduv..
jy 1_ F. J. harnmrd
I'HK OKKAT   KE.MKDY   Ol?   THB
*    AG F..
U0LL0WAI'8 OINTMENT.
The   iffetit   of   the   Oin tin tut   on    the
Syittctn
To the v ry co c find cen're of nil  dis'nera
[ wliUli utrt-ci tbe Iitinmu body, I till rcmarkablo
. «fflr»«i«t ari-r,*r*trmem nnflTfflTltl      ■      ITrJuini   lull    (it'll t* lr« 1 OS.      ll    tl 1 mi pI'l'llTS   UT'leT
LETTER PRESS   PRINTIHd! ■ <»<"-■<-.'» me hand., „. t.r(du»Pp.M.
, when ruliiifti u^on mtnt.   'I lie   unguent par-
loraia Ha bealiog errnnd  mpi'liy, i«fely, aad
without I'nir..    frimple eruptions, opeo sores,
bard tumors, rcrofuiuui  aeveloptneots of All
kind:*, abcesseti  oanoera, old wmines, and, ia
lact, evety spec! sot' infl-tromatlon nnd  6:ip-
i pu ratio**, w bei her in the skin,  ilie flesh, tbe
. glands, nr among the muscles, cun be .-.rresteb
| in in destructive   course,  nnd   permanent]/
en re I without danger by rubbing lu this inee-
titnable Uintraent.
In all its braachOB, whether
Plain or Ornamental
'PHE   OFFICE   ALUS  al   securing
X     sucb   siieec
New Advertisements.
HERMAN   SHULTZ,
—AT—
His Well Known and Old Established
■Stand
The Government st. Boot Store,
Haa just received per steamer
A   FIXE   ASSORTMENT   OF
Ladies' and   Children's   Shoes,
Which he offers at a very low price.
Receives by each stramcr from  Euglanil and
San   Francisco
BOOTS     Sc    SHOES
or tii>
FINEST   AND  BEST QUALITY,
FRENCH   LEATHER,
—AND—
SHOE     FINDINGS,
At prices to correspond with the times,
se 12
REMOVAL.
Dlt. POW KM, HAS BHMOVBD BIS
Surgery and Reildenca tn the corner ot
DOUGLAS AHU BK0DOHT0H STItEKl'S
(mnr Fort).
OrriOK Horns—tl A. M.   to   12   M., and  8
P, .». to 10 P. M.
August 23. nu U
M-;\V    WKSI.MINSTKR,
GAME   DEPOT,
YATES   ST.,
Next door to   the corner of  GoWnmeot, I
or,,„si.e/dner s diuk s.oio.      by&?$ Cathartic Pills,
rpilK n.ltii'o, "f tSaaaxatttJ and M,-«li,-ino lm,o i>,>.d
X   tftxcil tln'li ,llin<M,t to produce tlii. Intt, laflrt pcrfict
purBiulve which i, kiio»n to man. Innummbli ri™if«
are .hown that tli,'** I'ilij, liav,. vtrtmt wlii.li rarpiui in
excllem-p the onlimuy nwdldiMa, and thai thoy win an-
pnoadantadt; uv-n On nteua "f»n nun. Th«jran mfo
•n<i pltaul lo tain, bnl powarM la cm*. Th* pane-
trntiriK properttai athmilate tha vital actWthaefUiebedjr,
■amove On- otatruettom of it^ orK»ii«. pnril) n«' blae*,
and n|wl cli«m«e.   Tlicj- jiuru it the foul ba B «tilth
brw,l and (trow amtaVAsm, Itlmnlata dnBgUl or disordered organ, iutrt tlieir untunil union, and Impart healthy
tono wttb Btrengll, to the Whole ny.ti'in.    Not only do
they euro the ev.-rv-day eomplalnti of every body, bnt
■ISO formidable and dniiaenraii dlaoaBM that have liaflh'd
the bert of human tkill. While they pradnoe powarM
effect., they are at the w\mo titiu-. In diininiwlied doseo, the
ufeat and "hc.t phyafo that ran bo employed for chtldran.
Being <ugar<oate,l, they are pleaaUt to take; and loing
purely TegetaMe, aro free from any ri»k of harm. Cure,
have been made which mrptai l*-lief wara Ibey not »nb-
•taallnted liy men of .uch exalted ptaWaa and character
M to forbid tho mi.plcion of untruth. Many eminent
clergymen and phyaician. have lent their names to oarti-
fy to the pnhllc the raUahlUty or my remedlea, while other, have >ent ine the mramim of their conviction that
By Preparation, contribute immemcly to the relief of my
afflicted, .uttering fellow-men.
Tlie Agent below named ll pleated to furnish grnti. my
American Almanac. COT tuning direction! for their u.e ami
certificate, of their enrea, or the following complniiil.: -
Costivene... llillou. Complaints, llhonmatism. Dropsy,
lleartbnni. Deadache artofng rmm a foul Stomach, Nan-
I   wa Indication, Morbid Inaction of IhaBoawli andTPnln
|    ari.ing tberefrom. Pie mcy, lost "> AppeMta, all I leer-
on. and Cntanaonl Dtoeaeai which rMnlre an ovacnant
Medicine. Scrofula or King-. Kvil. They nl», by purifying the bl.««l and .tinml.ting the system, cure many
complaint- which it would not be .iijil«*eil Ihey conld
reach, moh Bd lleafne... I'artial llliudoess. Neuralgia and
Nervoua Irritahilitv. Detangemontl of the Uv« and Kid-
nna, Oont, and otter kin had complafnm arWng from a
low .tale of the liodv or obstruction of its runctionj.
Do not bo pnt off by unprincipled dealer, with »omo
other pill thev make more rrolit on.    A.k for Avek s
Pan, and take nothing else.    No  r they can give
Ton compares with thi« in it" intrinsic value or curativ.
powem. The sick want tlie be6t aid there is Tor them,
aud they should have it.
Prcparcil l»y Dr. J. «i. AYER,
Praetioal and Analytical Chemist, Lowell, Uaia.
Peici as Cis. raa Bat.   Fiva Uoira ro» $1.
SOLD BY
MOORE Sc, Co., Victoria,
edy Execution of orden us H
consistent with correct and eligiut Work,
mttiishlp.
Orders rpci ivpd fnr Pr
Hooks,
Pamphlets
Cntalogiies-
Sermons,
Itcporls
(tentals,
Leases,
Business Curds,
Invoices,
Bill Heads,
Trade Forms,
Circulars, (I'Uin
Coloured,)
Hind   Bills.   (Plain  ol
Uml    Legs,  Hurt   lie,;,sis,
I'lcei..
s..;,..   and
In mutiy llospitnls in F.urope this celebrated
remedy Is now used for tbe cure of old wounds,
Son s, and ulcers ;_ in.Simiji^^ij 1l'iW'tH.M!tlis"fe-
regula'rly prescribe Its use. It is o sovL.cigp
remedy for bad breasts and bud legs; and likewise tor ul] tklu diseases, it is to be lound in
the chest of aeurly nverji sullot, soldier, and
emigrant.
llnprililetieleH
of   Vnnthi
t ii,i„.
-Sort-a   c,,il
r|i|IK BUBSORlBBIl RATING MADB AH-
A riingein. nts to receive from different
parties the produ e of till Island and country
will be prepared to Inrnish
Game,
Fish,
Fruits,
Poul'ry,
Eggs    and    Vegatables,
Each and all in  their season, nt thc low. st
prices.
JAMES   A.LLEKV.
su 31-1m
"ROUND m CORNER"
IS TIIU NA.MB OF TIIE
3STE"W"     SALOON
JUST OPENED IN
Tittiisley   Street,   round «iif
coiner from Fates sirn't,
In  the  huildiitg  formerly  occupied   by   the
Saloon of Edkuiiaudt's Hot Eh.
The Saloon Ins been tastefully roll tul.
nud will bc supplied with the
FIRST    QUALITY   OF
Wines   and  Liquors.
The proprietor respeHfu'ly invites the public to call "ROUND THK CORNER" and
judge for themselves.
GOVEHXEENT   STKKET     KHTItARCB — KEX1
door to the  Tulcgioph lifliec.
an 29        JACOB   HERKIMER.
AM) AI.LD.V UOUIS'IS..
sc-lS
Law Forms of every Coloured,J
description.
For Prices,   apply   at the   Offlce.
Langley street,
General News Asent
J. Stralman.
EMPIRE NEW3
dor. Washington di Sansome sts.
Snii Pranciico.
npUB ADV UTlsKRia preftartd to supply
JL with [luintiinliiy nml celerity tbe unnrxtd
newspapers and periodicals upon the Following
terms All orders, to rec.-ive immediate attei -
lion, most be accompanied hy cosh remittance,
and banded in previous to the 4th, 14th, and
24th ol each month.
lAtndou Puiiv  TfntSft.*..* f!4 0*>
Tiie  FieU  11 UO
•>     niii=ii-ii'.!Ttmefl  TM
1 *      Wecklv Tlinea       7 00
«        Hill - Uf* In I^lOdM) 11 nu
'       Wn-klv Di-|*tCl ll DO
m       Ul. Newt of I   «• Woiltl  MOO
*•       Public 0|'.ni"ii  !U
'       Index  ( Krw* 1 r»d»-) !...H 00
m        III.   Spoiling  New-   8 00
»      B|iert*l.*  liuU
»      k.-i.-w   1100
"       Batunlnjl iUvi-w 14 00
fiohV'* N iii-it 1- «ki
leWaAia, i tlliirtmied K«w«.%., , u uo
A'ui": M on tbi  :i oo
Blftckwo>dMUptsHiti 8 00
H's-p r**llafa*nw :t oo
Blxi>fnni M*j«mi     ,.,$(*»
Knickerbocker :u
Pacific v mt' ly •■■■ 3 0b
OwlevVUdiwBo*^  3 00
Mmicnl Host   :i 'Kt
Continental Maetizini'  .    UlrQ
Itodntn IVunoruat'a    milhl« sol
p. (Mil*1* new l;iinily ItufatiM  a uo
Obaobert' K.Hnbnrcb  oornal 4 00
M-MilUly   i>spora, "nee a   Week 5 0U
'* "        All Hie Y-.ir Round .' 00
Tlnekerav'i Osnihill *lajrtiinp ROC
London Lnneel R00
3. A  Sal»*i Temple Bar fiOTi
London Soointj Hagftim ■ fix,!)
SI. J»tne> Mai.*niiiie      fiOO
Ki'inli'irgb K.Mit-w in im.
[.nndnn    U -\ ti-W 10 ijG
NmlliHrui-li :.*vn-u Mi mt
jFestmi n-1 r r H«-  irw 1 u uo
I nndrn An   Nwfoal IS00
Minirj .^   iSu'.-': .iii. Uaj .1000
Tli'' above cin?« of romplftlots Is lurely re*
»\.'\ d by nijrliily foroenti"g tltf- pnria witt
. mi water, and then by moil 1 Heciually rub
oing in 1 In? Oi in ni cut. Persons suffeiing tioni
tbese dirrtul romplatnts ihould lo.-e nut n mo
■ meni in arreitlujr their progrfif,   It Bboold hi
■ o» *!*■ rstood thai it li oot sufficient merely to
i (imear tbs (Jmtmeni on the afl^cted parts, but
■ it mu^t be well rubbed In for iome comidentbll
time tw'or tbree times a day, 1 bat it may bs
taken into the system, whence it will remov.
only hidden tore or woo id si tfTeclually r«
though It were palpable to tbe eye. Iln-ud nnd
water poultices, alter ihe rabbins in ot it*
Dintment, wl 1 do (fretl lervlce, Ting li thj,
dnly proper treatment for femalei in cavei ci
cancer in the itnniacb, 01 I-r liiufe who iufli^J
iron ■ geitsral bearing do>p*
PIUS,   PiltulWa, MiWlnre-.
Blotcbea, asnlsnswi llingi can with rertnintJ
iw radically enred i) ihe Ointrocnl he used
Freely, and tin* Pilli he taken night nnd morn«
ing &i rec mimended in ih< printedinstrui-titoni
\\ ben treitt( d hi any otherw*»y thele complaint*
dry up In one place to break cut in nn-
itlierj wbereits this Oittto:eot *H1 removstbf
butOOr frmn t)ie system, nnd leave tlie jutiirn
t vigorous and henUhy beinfr. Ii Will reqiiin
Jme,aided by \he use of ine Pills,to ensure
asttng cure.
Dipt her fa,   Brtirxhltls*  Noi«*   Throati,
Any  of the above class of diseases may bt
; -ured liTwill   rubbiltff   Ihe   Ointment   three
.ime.= a dny upon the .-'kIm covering the throat,
chest, and neck nt the  patient.    'I lie   unguent
\ will ?onn penetrate tbe pores and give immed*
: inte relief.   To allay  the lever and lessen tl.s
j inflamatlnn, e fcht or ten Til's should he tnkea
I night nnd m^ru ng.   The Ointment will  pio-
; dnce persp'ratiuh, wliicli is   so   essential   fo?
, remn~ing   feverij   sun* jhroats nnd those op-
presslorii  of  ihe    chest   which   arise   from
j A.-th-i n, Bronchitis, nnd otbet  causeii
Both   lilt-   Uiiitinrnl 11 nrl   Ptlle   >lnnld
tit-  iiKtil   in ilu- lbtlowing i'waea :
i*ad l >•■-"*
^nrn* iC ins)
I'll- ninntism
fte.4 Rt-ea-ti
tTanrers
If ■ Aid*
Khm«
i'  nt nn lt*d        m
I fi..ie Mpplet
nnni'in*
Si:     JlMblD
- m Throat
(>il»*'ll   Vl"""1!' t il -
Irpli-lil.M.IS
-1 in •li-«,»'*
nnd Saiid-Fliw
i>li,l.i-.
-cunrj
ncti-l M
i nt
Sti* beade
l.ifji. -n.it
Han biUr    Swe!
1'titiwrn
lingi
1. Id t»
.'ItUblnin^
ml tg '.■
tt..mid«
Ckap^nd Hands
ri.fb
Vaws
S.bl nl   t   e   BsUWW ni   ol    PnrFF«iton   llo'i.ew*
i-14, str-nd,   n-m   leW|»li   Bai),  L. t-d v j  t-tn bj a
■■expectable Drnnrlffta Ltr«t l'en!<T- In Meitirtnm ihrnnph
,»ni t   e civilised W'-rM, hi tliefolli wine pi ice*    Is. 1 i*d
I ul   4s r..!., Ll-., 83 , and 83&, uefa l'»i.
*,*   tuera 11 oouidcraUewvitti bj *.aklng thelar^ti
ilvt.
S p.—I.'lrecti'-n^ f- r 1! e rniapiirc if Pttttenb  in   trtt
tliaut ier are aOlXvd U> t;.tli I'ui. ■BH—Htmsagammm
ill.nllani'iiii..
New Ailvcrtis.'ments.
Anecdote oe ihe Docs or Wei-
i,imto«— In the winter of 1847, thc wife
of un iii'liiitrionshlncksmitli in Kwx rewind lo knit n pair of mittens for tin-
nuke of Wi llinjfton, ns she hnd to nsk
bll f*tttoa a fnvor, lo which Ihe gift wns to
ba introductory. The mittens were re-
reived nt Apuley Honse, nnd the duke
wore them the same dny nt the How
(I'liiirds, showing them with n Knfll to
Ml military colleagues there, nnd desiring
thnt the honest dame's request might bc
iiiiuiedintoly attended to She slated
thnt her husband bad tho honor of being
one of his grace's soldiers, nnd that he
hod had the misfortune of recently losing
his Waterloo medal, which he hid iimtp
worn on tho anniversary of his marriage,
bho stnted that this was again approuch.
ing, and that she would ever feel deeply
grateful if the duke would allow another
medal to be issued, as the loss had i-eri-
ous'y u(fected her poor husband's spirits.
•* ho'would only further trespass on his
grace to solicit that the medal should be
sent to her privately, as sho wrote without her husbund's knowledge, and wished
to givo her partner an agreealilo surprise
on the arrival of thc wedding day. This
wns speedily npproacbing, but the poor
wife hud received no medal. She accordingly ventured to address a second letter
to the duke, which wus very soon known
at tho llorso Guaid.s, from his grace arriving in a towering pission dashing the
letter on the tabic, and demanding to
know why his orders had been neglected.
Thc whole matter had been overlooked.
An instant request was made to a gentle-
innu connected with Essex, lo inquire if
tho .-laim was a correct one. This proving to be the case, the medal was despatched without delay, but whether in
time for the nuptial day is uncertain.—
<acittleinaii t Mayatine.
IwirwopjiDirY ok Deal  Boatmen—A
sudden   storm,   which   set   in   (rom the
■north east, on the  llth   January,   1866,
drove several vessels from  tlieir  anchors,
and rt being low   water,   one   of   them
struck t'kc ground at  a  considerable distance from the shore, when thc sen made
a   clean   brooch  over   her.    There was
nothing to tompt tlie boatmen on tliore to
■risk their lives in saving   either   i-hip or
crew, for not n fnrtlimg of Balvnge was to
bc looked for.    But the daring intrepidity
of the Deal boatmen was not wanting at
Ibis critical moment.    No sooner hod the
brig grounded thun Simon Pritchnrd, one
of the many bontjnen assembled along the
■beach, threw off his coat und culled out,
'Who will come wiih mo and try  to save
that    crew ?'     Instimlly   twenty   men
sprang forward, with  'I   will,'1   'and   I.'
But seven only ivere wanted 2,   and   run-
fling   down   a   galley punt into l.!ic stnf,
•they leaped in nnd -dashed   throupli   the
breakers,   amidst   the cheers of tboee on
sboro.    How tlio boat lived in sach a ten
scorned n miracle ; tout in ntfuw minutes,
impelled by the Strang arms of these gallant men,   she   flew   on and reached the
stranded ship, 'catching her on  tho  top
of n wave ;' and in less than n.quarter of
nn hour from the time the  boat  left the
shore,   the  six   men   who composed the
crew of the collier were   landed   safe on
Wnlmer Beach.     A  nobler instance of
indomitable   courago   and   disinterested
heroism on the part of the Deal boatmen,
Tjmvo though they nre always known to
be, perhaps cannot be cited ; and we hnve
pleasure iu placing it   on.   record.—Self-
Help.
TvpooitArmcAi. Erroh.—A curious
typographical error appeared in a morning paper recently. Jn giving an account
of on inquest, it was stated ' The deceased
bore nn accidental character, and the jury
returned a verdict ot-excellent death.'
I   '     '        ———■
ALICE   BROWN'S
l'AN'CY    TWIST
SVIOKINC TOBACCO
jest rkceivkd" at
A.   F.  EBYSER'S,
fogetbor wilh some Sno
IIAVAN1 CIGARS DIRECT
Also on hum!
Wine 8ip. Peach, Apricot, Mary's Own,
Light Pressed, Natural Leaf, Buffilo
Tongue, and Atlantic Cable
Tobacco.
JUJT RKCEIVEO  PER  BARK RIVAL
A Fine Assortment of
Meerschaum   Pipes.
Cull and examine.
sc 5-lin
MiscelUneooB.
WILLIAM   LYONS,
SFLIFFXlsTO
— A.VD—
Commission     Agent,
On tho Corner of
Wharf and Johnson Streets-
so 3-2m
Everett's Exchange,
STORE  BTRBHT,   V. I.
'THE PROPRIETOR RESPECTFULLY l.V-
l forms his friends nnd the public ihnt he
hns opened his old stand in Store street, where
he will keep as bofore the finest quality of
WINES, LIQUORS, and CIGARS.
Come and see.
so 3-lra       PAT   EVERETT, Proprietor.
CARRIAGE  FAINTING
IN  ALL ITS BRANCHES,
Yates Street,
Between Deluge Engine House
and tbe International Hotc'.
w
•-'till
Miscellaneous.
Mi-cellaneous.
Work   solicited,  nnd
reasonable terms by
se 2-lin
done   on   the most
W. M. KEOHAN.
New Advertisements.
Jesse  Cowper,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
BOOTS AND SHOES,
LEATHER,
—AND—
SHOE    FINDINGS,
"STATES   STREET,
OPPOSITE WELLS, FARGO & C
At the old sta..d of Webster & Co., ii
prepared to supply the wants of ll o
public in his line.
NOTICE.
In the Supreme Court if Civil Jttntice
Vaiiciiiii'i'i' Inland.
20T   B ANKK^r TOV.
Fiiday Ihe 24lh duy of August, A.D. IMS.
BKREAfl A I'KTITIOX tOt ADJITil-
eiit'mn o'> |!.niUi|iti'V, taring date the
.lay of Angii'l iMtaBt, """ '"'en dny
lili-.l by' Clmrli'S l> i|iond, of Cadboro Hay-
It..ad, Victoria Distrirt, farmer, nnd lie li hiiir
been declared a Bankrupt, is hereby rranlrM
to surrender himself IO Hi" H'»">r JoitpB
Xeihnm, Chief Justice of tho .Supreme
, ourt i.f Civil Justirc nf Vnncnuver Island,
nforesnid, on Wednesday, the 5lh day of
September next, nt 11 o'clock in the forenoon
precisely, nt the Court House, James Bny,
Victoria", nnd make ft foil di-covery and disclosure of his estate nnd effects, when nnd
where thc creditors are lo come prepnrcd lo
prove their debls nnd at the lirst sitting to
ch"Ose Assignees nnd commence the examination of the Jlankriipt.ftnd nt tlie last sitting
the Haukrupt is to finish hi-, last examination
All persons indebted to tlio snid liankrnpt
or who hnve nny of bis effect', nre not to pay
or deliver the same bnt lo David Lindsay, of
Government sreet, the Official Assignee appointed, nnd give notice to
ROBERT BISHOP, Solicitor,
nu2C Bnblion Street, Victoria.
A   Triumph   of   Science
THE  LIGHT   OF   TUB   WOULD
DR. MAGGIEL'S
PILLS   & SALVE.
Then* L'fe-glv;ng remedi"* are BOW, for the Art
llii*r, g ft i puM olv to th ■ w f A, Vm ov'er a quai tor
• f a , cninry ofpri at*' practice tho ingredUntit inthtae
Life-Giving Pills
H v he n used with the grcUeflt IOMBM. Tlj'ir
mtathll ii n tony to ir vent '!■"««'. but to cure
Ther'1 rch n*i th' tttriir*,* malidi-e by h ch thr
pHtlunt irf »tifTering, and r«'mvigom<en t a aMiiK
nyttttn, T th» a*«d and infirm a itvt d-aoi oftht-dn
v»l ur It* PILLS will, rove to be
A VKRY FOUNTAIN OF YODTH,
F< r in ever cane t'>ejr aid ue* life and vlta'ity, And
<■■ i 11- ttic tf .ni' te i i/jfiei to their i rlaLine «i*tu. T
iho lOnWfan1 mi di * t ged tliry »ill prno nio»t in
vain tit, A* a rei y, tpoeific and iter in* medicine,
f re ia a dream realized, th it P •nco.d<i-I,"nn sough
fur thiee hnudred rear* ago. a n*I never f t'rtd. *'(•
look- d Torn f in.lain that would n-atore the o'd t<>
^igitr and make i-outh ever
CHAS. F. BARNARD, M.D.,
SUKUlCAL & MKCHANICAL
Fort street, ono door east of Gorcruraeiit,
Victoria, V.I.
Dr. II. hereby tenders his grateful acknowledgments to the citizens of Victoria for iheir
liberal paironnge thus (nr, nml hopes by gentlemanly conduct nnd strict ii[!plica'ion lo
business to merit n further continuance ol
fuvors.
When desired will visit p-trtics professionally nt their residences. All branches of thc
profession ntlcnded to. Terms reasonable.—
Odicc hours from 8 a.m. to 5Jp.ni.
nn'2rt lm*
Chains and Anchors.
TWENTY  TONS CHAIN
Short Lirued and proved from J to J
AND
ANCHOES,
From UO to 800 pounds.
•a '2.1
Kor Sule by
I'ETER St'QUArrtJ,
Wharf street, Victor!*/
TOBACCO PLANT
AEEIVAT, OF ANOTHER CARGO FROM
Virginia & Cuba,
VIA 'ASP1NWAM.,
Of Ihe Host   Celebrated Ih-anda of
TOBACCO  &   SEGARS
' EVER IMPORTED
Samples enn bs hnd  at the " AllKI.PII',"
corner Yates and Government streets.
Arrival of a few more Plants
by the "California."
ttW Office of C. P.  Green's Victoria
and Esquimalt Express
P. ClflFBEIX,
l0 2 ADKLPHI SEGAR STORE.
Victoria Turn Verein.
ALL MEMBERS OF THE ABOVE IS-
dilution who wish to attend regular
practice, are raqoested to be present on thff
first Monday in September, when classes will
be formed commencing with the simplest ci-
ereiscs, and going through the whole course.
CHARLES DECHEVT,
»nH -        Turnwart.
LTJMBBB
ALAJtOK   ASSORTMENT   OP   ROUGH
and dressed for sale cheap,
J. ROBERTSON STBWABT.
Victoria, V. I., M.h August, 18«0. an 2%
CHARLES    BERNARD,
Manufacturer and Dealer in
The Latest Stvles
Received by every arrival from Enulni (*
and San Francisco. se U
An Eternal Hpring*!
It nn* lrft for ihii <.iy i\n<\ hour tn renlizp tlio drenm,
and flt"\v tn onagloriuui fact tho ma^ic tliat mile
it fair.
THESE  FAMOUS  REMEDIES
, di*ea
Cmnnt it it th
nn-' in'lil  ill.i.'i
as <1  and   Ihe
«*^iz^ tlio favorable o, |n
ui ]>re«c.ibi'd—
fliirlit of JWUIt but th^T cun force b^ck,
bat mi t.t Iri mph tvrtt tne
Let ii'-ne  iM-<'i*h-   tiien,  bu
rtunit> that oilcrn. When take..
JSTOTICTE,
MARTIN    BROS.,
IMPORTERS  OF
Groceries and Provisions,
FIREPKOOF BUILDING,
LATELY OCCUPIED RY L'HOTELIER k Co,
"WliARF      STEBET.
se 6
Al ham bra
BILLIARD SALOON.
C0RIEB COVEUMIEffT MD V.ITKS Srs.
X7P-STAIRS.
Snorborg & Rueff,
COMMISSION  MERCHANTS,
Importers and Wholesale Deale-s in
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS,
Boots afid KIioch,
Wharf street, Victoria, V. 1. se 9
Entrance on'Tates
Street.
se 3-lm
ii
11
The   Grotto,
OPPOSITE THE TELEGRAPH OFFICE.
For a glass of choice liquor go to tbe
" Grotto,"
Tliere " none but the best '' yon  will
find ia tho motto.
Mint Juleps, Sherry Cobblers—everything
cooling ;
Come yo thnt do thirst, you will find Us
no fooling.
A. & I. WILSON,
Hou ie and Ship Plumbers
GA8FITTERS,
BELL-H4NGERS k TINSMITHS
FORT   STREET.
All orders promptly attended f o
se 2
And Splcc* of all klndi,
No. 707, Sansome street, corner Gold,
Between Jnckson and Pnciflc.
First Premium awarded btj the Mechanics' Institute, for tht best Coffee and Spices.
The proprietor hsvine introduced Sternii
Power in his Manufactory, ha mow increased
facilities to supply the trade and the pub'.ic in
general. All articles from his Establishment
are guaranteed lo he pironnd unadulterated.
Thc public are respectliilly invited to call and
convince themselves Country orders promptly
attended to. »e '
BRITISH    PERIODICALS.
For Billious Disorders
Nottiincr p*n lie mor* p-oJut'fre of cure thun theso
Pilli—Tlieir al:noHt m gir. i»H teuee it felt Kt o
end ihe nsua! eifit) mitsntg .,f thii iimi dUtnuitw
dtf'oftH "I" n moved.   There reuudiei uru in«de fnuu
the I'L.rcn
VEGETABLE COMPOUNDS.
Th-r will not h*rm the moit delicate female, and
ea i be Ki • n with good rfToct in proacrlhed dates to
the jtniiigei'. babe.
For Cutaneous Disorders
Andalleru ti-mnf tliri.kin.Mn' SALVE il ni..-t in
valuahl**. It doei n t heal externally alon *, but pi-ne-
ir i'i'» with the most * archlug rlfwCii to Ui,> very toot
of.fa. evil.
DR. MAGGIEL'S PUS
Invariably cure the following Diseases
The London Quarterly Review (Conservative).
The Edinburgh Keview (Whig)
The Westminster Review (Radical)
The North British Review (Free Churoh)
— A»D—
Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (Tory)
The font RftvUWi re<piihliahed hy KWd Potitt *
Co., nr»' jM»neral't io nfdi*rid nn Mi* Oraftl R-riowt,
anu Hl.u !--«"nii hnH )>een jutly placed In the tame
rink. \vhi<v«rdlirpfmM irlihrtwrni pnhlle«tleiyiof
thin c\n't, wh.iU'Ver may tt hit fftfMrtl 1 iiformttlnn,
w;il ton i hr ;ili.i.'"i In1.- : rhui'l the time in Whlrh he
'iws ■ nut in tlicie tim«a ptrtonmsiy b.khi get i>ry
fur■ I'p'l in I. TJi'-v in »v ti'' -.'fi'! mnl itudlrd with H'l-
rnnta.w by ilie people ol thta eomtry, §t fluty creed
and party.
Kir UMCKWOOP ti ntittinttl* attrantlve at Mil*
time to Americans, Mot only (>r it- *erl I arti<*i<ii by
dlatiOflllllled writer* of Hntl n, hut for <U» ane>nnt ot
ihe Int- etvtl w r. now hein^ wditei ly 0 I. Von
Bnrkr, a (Je-manofflcor, chief- .f-ntaff to Oen. J. E. B.
.-tuart, of tbe Confederate army.
TERMS   FOR   1808.
Foranjone of the Review ft per annum
For an> two of the Revlrwa  7 "
For any three of the RerllWI 10 "
Kor all four of the ReviewH 13 "
F»a nlackwo-d'f Mair»i.ii"  4 "
K»rDlaekwood and ono Revi w  7 "
For BU' kwr,od and any two of tho Re-
vi-wa 1 10 "
For I lackwood and three of tho Reviews..!') "
For Blackwood and the four Review* 15 "
CLUBS.
A discount nthoenty per rent. wi'T he a'lowed to clubn
of four or more perrona. Tuns, four c pien of
Blackwood, or ofonn levlew will be uent to one. address or t!2 80. Four Copien of the fuur Uevlow.1 and
Blackwood, for $49, and so on.
NOTICE !        NOTICE !!
LiROM THIS DATE THE UNDERSIGNED
1/ has concluded to reduce his price ONE-
HALF ; and hereafter tho
FINEST WIRES AND LIQUORS,
ALB.   13EEU,  &c., &c,
Will be served at the
'METROPOLITAN"
At TWELVE AND A HALF CENTS
per sample. «
The public wi'l plense cull And sample, and
satisfy themselves that the \ery best is to be
had at tbe above price.
T. J. BITRNES,
Metropolitan Saloon, Store street.
an 26
Attain*,
Bowel Complaint*,
Cough*,
Cold a,
Cheat Please*,
CoativoneFii,
D *p<-p»i*.'
Uiarrh-a,
Dr»p« j.
DeWHW,
Fever and kgi *.
Kpinnlo Complaint \
Headache,
Indication,
InQ'iei i<i,
luflamni tion,
Inward Wrakneaa,
Ll-'f-r Com;deiiitt
l.tiwt.i'- ofSptrite,
Ringworm,
Rheum tt urn,
Salt iil-eum,
floaldi,
, Skin DiFcaseF.
tUf* yOTICR.—Vonegenrine without the engraved
trade-mark "ro-ind c*ch [wt cr boa, signed by UR J,
MAt.OI'I,, 43 Pulton street] Nair W>rk, to count.rfe t
which is felony.
Jtsy ^°'d by all reinectnbte Dnalars ln Medicines
throughout the United 8 ates and Cantda—at '2b cent*
per'wx or pot.
A. C. Langley & Co.,
Agents for Vancouver Island ond British
Columbia.
GC 2
POSTAGE.
When sent hy mail, the PunTJUJf to my part of the
United t ten will be'ott Irani -lour c.e*\t* a year for
" ucKwoon," and but tight cents a yett for each of
the Ucriewa.
TUB  ONE THING   WANTED.
HOLLOWAY'S PILLS.
'The Blood.
Th^se famous pills nre so composed fnn
they opernte wholesomely on the slomnch, Ihe
liver, ihe bowtls, and oilier organs; hy correcting any deran(?emept» In their functions
whereby a steady supply of pure materials tor
the renewal of the Blood Is furnished, and •
constant abstraction of effete products is effected. This perfect circulation thus become*
the very fountain of health and life, and over-
comes all form of disease wherever ils situ**
tion.
General Disorders of (he Lifer
ami Stomach.
All who ever indulge a* table, either in eat-
ing or drinking, should take about ten of thss-
himiius pills at bed time, from which willrft
Bull a clear head and good stomach the fill w-
ing morning. Thousands of Ladies are »1-
wnys complaining of sick heuduches, want o
appetite, want of energy, and want of .irength,
to coirect all these evils, ihrecor four ot theso
Pills should be taken twice a week, when they
wDiil.l give the invalid .be health anil appetil*
of a ploughman.
Females of all Agen and Classen
Obstructions of any kind, eilher in young
or those between forty and fifty—ih'' most critical peiiod of 1 ifo — mny be radically remo.">d
by using these Pills according to the printed
directions which accompany each box. Voung
persons wilh sickly and snllow complexions
mny have Iho bloom of benllh restored by thi?
corrective, wl icb purifies the blood and ei-
pels all gross and impure humors from ihesys-
tem. Ileware then of the critical age Iron
forty to f.tty, ns It sends many thousands to
premature grave,—Ihese Pills should be takei
<t that period of lite two or three tin.es >
leek
Want of Strength and Energy.
Persons of sedentary habits, or those troubled in mind, working in Factories or Coal
Pits, who cannot obtnin thnt amount of fresl
air and exercise which nnlure requires, suffer
from weakness and delillty, lowness of spirill
nnd wnnt of appetite. All such should take •
lose or two of tbese Pills every three or foui
days, as tbey act gently and effectually on tbt
system tnd Impart rigor and energy to lbe
body, which is always followed by * good
appetite, sound and refreshing sleep, and •
high flow of spirits.
For the Cure of Dropsy.
The clAdcy of Holloway's Pills In Dropsy
Is extraordinary. Tbey act with such a peculiar effect upon the system, thnt the fluids
causing this dlrrlul complaint, are perceptibl
jarrled off and prevented from any furtbil
accumu'ation. The sufferer regains a buoy,
ancy of spirits and rejoices in a completely
renovated constitution. It is indispensably
necessary that tbe Ointment should be most
effectually rubbed inlo the complaining partfl
during tbe whole course of treatment.
Children and their Allmentc
In no country in the world are more children
carried to an early grave than in Great Britain.
Coughs, Measles, Scarlatina, Fevers, and other
Jiseases attack the little sufferers, npd death,
but too often, follows nt a rnpid pace ; yet if
at tbe flrst stage ot tbese eomplaints, parent,
were to hnve recourse to Holloway's Pills, all
danger would bo avoided, for tbe stomach
nnd bowels would tre gently but effectually
cleansed by this mild aperient; the depraved
numors correctea ana tnesecrctions duly regulated. A perfect cure would ioon be effected, and the I'ttle patient restored to loan'1
health.
Re .'need Prices for previous years.
Subwrlben may obt.ln ihe Rojii-lnt. immeaiatel;
preceding 48C6, it foil. Wi, via. :
JMnrl'iKmi from fl inein'.er. I8"4. to December, 18(15
inclusive, at tbe rate of $2 50 a year.
Tbe tfortA llritisA from Juiuary. 1863. lo Deeembor,
etA toeloslfei tbe Rlinburoh *mcl tlie IVeslminster Itim
>p II. 1864, to Deecmler, I8«'>, Inelu.lve. anil tlie
£owton((uort«r!jrrortheyearl8'6, at tht rate of |l SO
a year for each or any   evi-w.
n*T A few copies yet rem .in otall Utefour Reviews
Tor 1863 it (4 a set, or |1 (0 for any one.
LEONARD   SCOTT   &   CO.,
Publishers, 38  WaMer Street, If. Y.
L. P. & Oo., also publish the
fa:ei:m:f:r.'S o-xjide
By llassv Srirnin, tit Edinburgh, and [he la.eJ. P.
NokToy, nf Y«le i olleire, 2 vols. Royai Oclavo, 1E00
panes, und iiiiineioni Engravings1
Trice J" for Ihe two ro'time"— by Mail, post paid,
tfi I* au 28
Holloway' Fl. r vs the best known rsnedy In Ik
world fit the following disestit:
Pol.l at tbe F.stabjlshmenl of rmresaor Holloway, S41
strand, (near Temple Bnr.) 1. ndon ; a!s~ by all respcet;
able Drngfflsls and Dealer, tn Mc Icinrs throughout tb.
civilised World, nt the following prices— Is, IH., b. Bd.,
In. Cl., lis., Its., and S9». each box.
A a ne
Female  lrrcgul&r-
<icrofn'aorKior e
Anthiii ii
frlei
Evil
Btlliotin Complaint!
Fever of all kind-
-'ore Thfoati
*
Fits
Mooe and Grtre
Rtntchet    oil   th'
(.'out
<econdar/ Pjmp-
Mcin
Head Ache
tomi
Bowel complaints
Imiige-tiol
Mc-Dn'orcux
Colics
Inflammation
Tnmori
Constipation orthr
.laundice
Ulceri
Howl*
l.-vor Oamptalota
Venereal     aflec
Con tn mi tion
Lumbago
linn"
Debillv
1'ilei
VVorni   «f  »
Dropsy
Rbcumattmi
kinda
Dyientry
Reientioo tt Urine
Weak net!    fton
Eryaipelai
whatever now
***   There in   a
considerable  lavlDg hy taking thc
irger rIiai.
LHfte'ititt* for tli
guldrnce of patltutl in ertrj dii«r
Jer arc affix ed to >■
ch box.
Printed and Published by McClcik A Co. «t
thc office, Lnnglejr Street. •5rm--.~*-
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SIWUAV  ilORNUiG, 6KPI. 23, 1866.
DK   L'aitumm-:   it D'aiYBU.
J. II. TURMEB ET CIE.
: mis Je Pari*.
MAISON   DB  fcONDBBS.
Septembre, 1866. »e28
SUNDAY  BILL OF  FARE.
371c    DINNER   37ic
BILL IF FARE.
SOUP
Oyster.
Snltnon boiled or hiked.
entrees'
Iloiled Tongue, RitSOttl a la Milanese.
BOAST
.Mutton.
VEGETABLES.
•Baked i'titiitoe.",
Stewed Tomatoes ;
&ALADI—Cucumbers.
1'ics nnd I ruits, Wines nod Liquors.
Claret, 25 cents per bott'c ;   Porter and Ales,
37.J cents.
Dishes to Order— Extra, se 28
GRAND PROMENADE
EST
i
cot I..
In onr hist  iirt'.-h- on  coal we Rise a
ihort occouut of ligniu-, ihe least v..lnni»!e, I     -   .   ,., ... r ,
. "     '    .        .       , ,i I    Out   1 liiuiiioiir   il intoniiff   leur*
cm account nf  iis recent Inriutitmti, ot ul1 j
<„,l. 'tan next irerriptloo of coal it thit amJei et la public qu'tl mane* de
fiiiiul in Booth Staffordshire and ilie Mid , recevoir un ussortiineut de Nmive-
Undcooailtaof England ai.d Scotland. aute§ drf Modee dec MetUonre Hai*
llth coal contains a large proportion of
oxygen, lint possesses um>m carbon than
ligui'e. It i*, how-vcr. unprofitable fuel, j
at tie slack, which must of necwiiy
abound in the production of all coal, is
wa^ied. The coal doea not "cuke"—in
other word*, thu small pieces or particles
cf coal do not combine together and
generate heat. If coal will cake, all the
►lack may bo u'ilizej by converting il
into coke ; if it do s not an immense quantity of the cod is wasted ; and as a p tend
nf slack i-i capable-of producing'al inncli
heat na a pound of the same eoa' in lumps, it
naturally follow* that a scum of tb:s de-
(crlp'ioti ol coal require! many facilities
nnd advantages over the caking coal lo
make it piy. Thc next blase of coi.l is
ihat from the Tyue. This ia ihe editing
■coul und is, as we huve shown, thu most
profitable. Nixt follows what is cal ed
ihe semi anthracite coal-the great fuel
for sleamirs. This coal is found in Sooth
Wuhrs, und'is like the lirst coal wc have
Jiero mentioned—non-caking. What it
loses, howeveri in stack it makes up la
heat, and Bendl out hut little smoke.
The next and last stage is anthracite,
whieh is found, us wc have previously remarked, iu Pennsylvania, South Wales,
und Queen Charlotte Island, The Welsh
coal is, however, not so good us thu
Pennsylvania, nor is it, wa believe,so good
as the specimens of coal ihat hnve been
tested here from Queen Charlotte Island,
The defect iu the an'.liracile from South
Wales is decrepitating wlr-u heated, that
is, splitting into small pirttclw.   Diffical
ties  arise   in    iron-smelting    furnaces
through this defect.    Tho passage  of air
through the furnace is seriously interfered
with and other Inconveniences arc exper
ienced.   There   is   but one ether coul to
describe—"candle coul, ' or as it  is  new
generally   termed   "cancel   coal.''   The
formation of this coal   ll   not   very   well
understood   yet   liy   geologists,      It   is
Sometimes   found   in    distinct seams anil
sometimes mixed with  other coal.   It is
rich in hydrogen, nnd is therefore  largely
used  in  the  manufacture of gas.   It is
,. '     ' '"*   r a irnfflne
anrl parafliiicoil, uud brings   the  highest
price of all coal.
Such is in brief the nature of thc
various coals. Whether Vancouver Island
will turn out as diversified in this mineral
ns England hns dono it would be difllculi
to say ; but of one thing wo may feel ocr.
tain—this 'Colony will owe iis prosperity
in the future even more than Rnglutld
owes her prospciily In lbe put and
present to iu ceul deposits. The question
with every one who takes au interest in
the country ib how long are wo to wall
for the development of this mineral wealth?
Is another decade to puss uwiiy before
another niiun is opened ? Is this great
resource which Sir Robert Peel well estimated to be of morn value than ell the
silver of Mexico and Peru, to lie dormant
as it has done for llioOMndl of years gone
by? Is there something about British
colonization, that' curses nature's gifts-
that sets ils face against the lienefioODOl
of Providence—that drives labor from a
country where the Creator evidently designed it to be abundantly employed ? It
is hard to reply in tlie affirmative—it is
bard to think ihat a nat'on, or ruther ils
Government, should be so lost to all sense
of shame as to keep a rich territory
locked • up, when by Relinquishing it to
wore energetic hands it would bc helping
to feed the hungry and clothe the nuked
Tliere is » serious responsibility in this
dog-in-themanger policy. A nation no
more than a laud speculator should keep
territory unproductive. The purable of
ihe talents hns a wide application, and
the queslkii may yet arise—What is to be
done with the hidden talent of Vaueou
ver Island ?
Now   An i rtiscnii nts.
SAN   FRANCISCO
uYSTER   SAU
Government   otreot,
I!,.* tu (Jul K.y-ei - aud Vf. Will u't
'I'm: i mh:u-i:;m;;>. in VIEW ot THB
1   ■• t;.„. I  i nn j " fulks said »■ re c ng,
!,   ilNKH th«' sbove premises, and luleudi
to ill'KS rllB BB.Sf HYdTElta tbs  market
lumutics.   T at a dl lie
New  Advertisements.
Atttntic-n, Fire Tepurtiren*.!
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In or
Out of tho
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lljiea 1
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all In
ars.
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Ii. I1CEL
IV CiiM-nliMiry WITH   HEC'IOV   11 of
t in- liiein'-n's Protection Act, IMI, nu'ioi-
i- ii. I.-in- aivea that mi election of hru dnly
I qnalilieii penoni i" till ihe- respect re ulli ei
of itiiil'and  A -i-Mnt  I'.i^i i ir "t   In- V <•-
i rta Department >octbe ensuing year "ill tie
lii-t.l nt tbe 1 f.Mi e of tlie  Deluge Engine Co.
So. I, Honda; tbe l-i day uf October nest, at
luo'clmK a the forenoon,    The P«J1 will be
clostd at I u clock p in.
Ily o der
B  1.. KKi.i.Y, President v.i'.n.
B 0. HOLDEN', !iou.S.-c. V.t'.Ii.
se 20
Facifi3 Telegraph Hotel chains and Anchors.
* 101:1:  iTBEKT. 	
TWENTY  TONS CHAIN
Short Linked end proved from J to g
AMI
A. 1ST o  l-i O IR S 3
From Ud to S'M pounds.
FC 23
Tor Sale by
PETBB M'QI'ADR,
u'barf street, Victoria.
REMOVAL.
\Y.   IIEM'HORN
I! EOS LEAVE TO JNl-'nllM HIS
Irifnds anil tlio public that lie lias
removed his
Boot and Shoe Store
To QoriaNKINl BTBbbt, twfl doors from the
"Colonist and Ghronhle" Ullice, wbeie lie
will continue his Uout M iking business.
BOOTS AND SHOES MADE TO ORDER
Of tlie best materials and workmanship*
N.ll.—Itepuiring done al shortest notice.
Re .23
Cow Por Sale
»   OOB' (ANI> CAM' BIX WT.EKS OLD),
i'i  unri.iiiii'd perfectly  geatle.     I'rtce $ii>.
A'so, a yuun^ Meer,
Apply to
se'20 11. MAS, James Bay.
Queen Charlotte Ccal
Mining Company (Lixn)
Notice  of   Meeting.
AX KXTItAIIHIIIN'AUV C.IvNKRAI, MHET-
Ing of shareholders of this Company «ill
lie lielil in tjie olfieH of tlie t'oni|inuy, t'ity
Council Chambers, on Friday the 28th of
September, ihdu, al one o'clock.
Business To confirm the special resolution.- pulsed nt ii meeting held August 28th,
1806, and oilier buiness which may come
legitimately befoie the said meeting, .
J. S. WlU.iS,
re I.'I Secretary.
JPOPt     SALE,
ew itooas
EX   "ROYAL  TAR."
Government House,
ON
Tuesday Kext Cept. 26,
Al1  3   13  O'CLOCK,
t'XDKR  TIIE   ESPECIAL   PATItOXAOE  OF
BIS tXC!LLE\(;nilli WMM
—ANII —
Krs- end the Misses Kennedy,
AUJlUvai
Mine    tipVM AX,
Cflioe s of H. M. Ships, etc.
On which occasion
The Band of H- JH. S. Sutlej, Th9 Rand
of the Volunteer Corps, and other
Artistes will appsar-
TICKETS OXE DOtXAR-
onred ol T. N. tliuims k i o.
(iuveranieut street.
May  be  pro-
liooksel ers,
Thb Union Bul—A gentleman in this city
received ft letter last mail from Capt. Ilich-
niua, It. X., Mutiny positively that !'., Colo
nics were united, with .Seymour OS Governor
Ne* Westminster the capital, nnd the clause
referring tlie sanction of tbe bill to the colonial legislatures struck out.
Jay Tlic proceeds will  bo applied  to
Fundi of the V. It Corps. se 23-1
tbe
td
STRAYED   AWAY.
/■
A   llf.AI'K   AXD   TAN    TE BRIER
Don about nine months old and of
""Rood medium size, with light  spots
on  h     fore feet.    Whoever will return it to
Iho owner will bo liberally rewarded.
JESSE  COWPEB,
BC2.'I Boot ami .Shoe Store, Yates st.
THOS. WILSON & GO,
Invite attention <<» tlnir
\cw Still'k ot WINTER
(> ti O D M just ari'ivt'd by
Koysil T.ir from London,
consisting   of
FLANNELS—Wblsh—Twilled Sugoiiy
Plain anil Fancy Colors
DITTO — Canton — White   nud   Un-
u I...1
DI.AN1CBTS—All sizes
BALMORAL 8KIRTS
FUKNCII  MK1UNOS—In all colors
Hoyles' Prints, Horrocks:s' Long Clo'hs,
linen and Cotton Ticks, Sheetings,
Quilts, Druerget Squares, Green Baize(
Hollands, American Leather Cloth,
—AXD—
A General Assortment  of ('.nods suitable fur
the-Autnmu nud Winter.
Tho-.  Wilson &  Co..
MASONIC BUILDING,
4 GOO i MARK (I.\ FOAL), VITII VBAK-
/\ ling colt by her sido. Will work iu
single or double harness.
Apply at tbe   .
Office of the Evening Telegraph,
LANGLEY BTBBBT.. se 9
LEATHER,   HARNESS,
AN 11
Trunk Manufactory.
GOVERNMENT
»e 20
STREET.
WM.  DALBY & CO
WE TAKI'I TIIK PRESENT Of'PORTII.N.
ity to thank our numerous ousloiuers for
lbe liberal patronage bestowed upon u*, and
to inliiiin thorn and the puh!i<: iu (reneral that
we nn- now currying on, iu coonection witb
our I.E VTIIKIlSTOIlK, t S manufin line of
HARNESS of all d«iorlpllotis, also TBDNK8
and VAI.ISKH. We hive COOStnntlj on hand
a largs assortmsnl of ISLAND TANSB'i Kll',
CAM', II MINKSS, .Slll.l-;, WliLT, STRINO
nud GRAIN LEATHER) also a gsntnil ns-
■orioieni of silihiM AKKR's FINDiNGrt.
Partial requiting anything In our line
sb'iii'd give us a It'i >1, as we will supply them
cheaper than  any house north   of Sun l-'rau-
CISC.i.   .
bki.TTNU   MADK   TO   ORDER.
Termn   C^msh.
Wm.  Dalby  &.  Co.,
Yn'i-s street, Vii'io.iu. V  1.
August 2 tb, lail'l. ip 20
ULYMPIA OYSTERS
IN   EVERY STYLE AT
A.   Wt   PIPER'S,
*      AND   THK
Kest Welsli Rarebits
O T*.    1 II E    ISLAND.
se 10
THURSDAY
REAL  ESTATE
SALS UF
FIRST- OL A.S3
CITY PROPERTY!
Sales    Positive -  Titles
Guaranteed.
J.P.Davies & Co.
Aro instructed liy tlie  Mortgagees
TO SELL   AT l'UUi.IC  AUCTION
At  S al es r oom.
WIIAUF STREKT,
t
Thursday, Sept. S7th,
AT  12  O'CLOCK, SHARP,
H   Turner & Co,
GOVERNMENT STREET*
VICTORIA, V. I.
LONDON   FIRM,
P- Tunstall & Oo-
LONDON     HOUSE,
September, 1800.
We have received by " Royal Tar" and late Express arrivals a
great part of our Autumn and Winter Stock. Il comprise}* as usual a
full assortment of Staple and Fancy Goods.
Linens, Cottons, Prints, Damasks,
Blankets, Flannels. &c,
Dress Goods, The    ew Linsevs. Skrhes, Mi-.iunos,
Poplines, Plaids, &c
Shawls—Rich Broche, Wool, Himalayan, kc,
Ladies' and Children's Underclothing,
Mantles, Furs, Hosiery, Embroideries, Lace
Goods, kc.
Millinery - Wreaths, Head Dresses, a beautiful selection
of Bonnets in the Laniballe, Pamela, and other new
shapes;   Hats in silk, velvet, and straw.  '
Tltis department is now tinder 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
rare, and will be sold on most favorable terms.
J .   II.   Turner   &   O o.,
s,; 'Jl Agents for Alexandre's Kid Gloves.
ALL 1'IIOSK pieces or parcels o
land in the town of Victor! i, V. I.,
sitmitii on Fort street, anil lioiimled es
f'liiir.v-.: Deglunning ut a point on the
northerly siilo of Fort street, 180 feet
east from the corner of Ilium Imnl and
Fort streets ; thence northwardly nt right
angles ISO feet ; tlienee westwordly 30
feet ; thence southwardly 12(1 feel; thence
oustwiirdly to the plnce of b ginning,
lieing the easterly lmlf of town lot (286)
two hundred nnd eighty-six, together
with nil improvements thereon, composing the double f outage store,
twenty two feet front, together with the
five roomed Dwelling House, lathed nnd
plastered throughout nnd pipered o?tr
planter ; large kiiehen 25 ly 14 feet ; fine
fruit nnd vegetable garden in the reur,
ami Inrgf (iute Entrant's on Fort street.
Tllll property "'tis lo'el} rented, ns a piaito
store to Mr. Bngnal at the low rental of
Twenty Dollars p'-r month. For further
particulars apply to JOHN' COPLAND,
8Q , Altorncy-ul law, Bastion street.
ALSO, FOR SAME A! COUNT
JAMES BAY BREWERY
PLANT.
A LL THOSE pieces or parcels of land
in the town of Victoria, V I., situate end
known on the official map uf the same as
Town Lots Nos. 17.').') and 1734, having
a fioiitnge of 00 feet cacli on Michigan
street, James Bay, by a depth of 165
'eet, the two lots milking half an acre ;
together witli all improvements thereon,
which comprise the four roomed Cottage
residence, three 6tall Stablo and Coachhouse, line Fruit and Vegetable Garden,
und ono of tho best brick Wells in the
colony, 7S feet deep, witli large force
pump, thc well bringing iu a rental of
TEN DOLLARS PER MONTH.
The Brewery Comprises
Been house, lar^e Copper, resting on brick
urch, Mash und Malt Tubs, Underback
Cooler, Brick Cellar, Mult Room, with
work round, Malt House, with brick floor,
Brick Mult Kiln, witb (lues complete, also
lurgc Bottling House.
B6UMichigan street is one of the best
murnduuiised streets on the Island.
W*The Brewery and Plant nre complex iu every respect und capable of supplying both colonics.
Tbis property is well worthy the attcn*
tion of Intending buyers.
ACTS OF  SALE AT BUYERS' EXPENSE.
>r
sc 17
J. P. DAVIES, A fO.,
Auctioneers. 6bening   C cl cgr;ip b.
STJNDAV    EDIXICJNT.
•St'NDAY MtlltN'IN'O, BKfT.   W,   IHGt;.
A I'i.i'i-kv Bmtish.—Tbe eorrespoadcal
of the Tunes with the I'riiMinn urniv relate* a
cburacteriii'ic anecdote of a Prasslan soldiet
placed sentinel on thc steeple of Troppnu, nml
It ft behind when his eotapaay wm suddenly
obliged tn retreat. A narrow winding stair
led lo his lower of oh'ervn'.iun, which, on
sutne eltlaeas ascending to lake him prisoner,
be defended witli his bayonet. The good
burghers, finding hi in so resolute, gave up nil
Idea of cap'iiTing him hy main forre, meaning
to humble him by starvation : hut in this intent ihey weie equally baffled. The soldier
bawled out front his exalted position that,
unless supplied with food, he would shoot
everyone fussing Ins way. The Prussians arc
known to have 60 cartridges in their pouch,
io that thc threat was no slight one. Accord,
ingly the neccssaTy rations were duly furnished, until on the 17th—that is, two days
alter the evacuation of the city—it was re-
ocrupled, and Ihe lonely sentinel relieved by
tbe Prussians.
Nkw Gaisr Mill-Mr. W. II. Woodcock
m-cived per last California steamer the plant
for the new grist-mill he is about to erect
tiear Soda Greek. The boiler and machinery
nre lying on his wharf, and he has gone up to
Soda Creek for the purpose of starting the
work. Mr. Woodcock deseivcs great prates
for his enterprise. "Within a short space of
time he has built a wharf ami warehouses,
besides a grist mill, hrewerr, distillery, and
nn extensive wharf and buildings couneeted
therewith, and he is now engaged in constructing a steam grist mill away in the interior, in order to convert into flour the large
quantities of wheat now raised there. We
have no doubt this last enterprise will amply
reward its projector, ns he certainly deserves
to be richly rewarded—Columbian.
An lactam of int Waii. Tbs Timet '
eorMspeadenl |irea lbe  following in Ideal
' shoving that the mtnguii-ury spectado of war '
Is not ah ifetbei isreld uf redeeming teal
" At Koalggrats, while the Isbl srai
al its ti dlar'l i j .■  was arn
I the sight ni a plant of elorer, having font
leaves. Ko Gerseaa can -utl.i a fonMeaved
clover to remain eaplueked    Then Is a rat
i> "ni about it. boa I np with hii
chil Iboo l*i bin. !i i „f lark nnd im .
Uny BMgle. Tolheyouai told Itt it cerial il)
wat a mtsitngtr of good omta, Aa be beat
to pluck it, a cann"ii ball wblssed over his
head. U ut (or the liny 'ilie plant it would
have gone through his body. The precious
little memento was gratefully sent to his hien-
aimee at Konlgsbrrg, wbo will for evar look
upon it us the preserver of her bridrgiuo ns
life.
Amvtkiu 1'kici'dhh ani-k Mist Jenny Arnol
and Mr.lt. (1. Marsh having decided to remain
in Victoria are to be tbe recipients of a Oom-
plimenary Benefit on Tuesday evening, Oil.
2nd, when the Vletoria Dramatic Asso latlon
will present tba burlesque of "The Babes in
the Wood" nnd the teres of "High Lite
Below Stairs."
ItuwiNU CLLS-Tlie outrigger racing skitr
built for the Vancouver Bowing Club is now
completed and ready for work. We hope to
see ihe aihlctes of the club atone for their
long delay by speedily fulminating n challenge to all comers.
Nanaimo Items.—A coal miner named Win.
Perkins, wns seriously injured on last Prid iy
week, by the unexpected explosion of a
charge of powder in the face of coil. He
was much burned about  the  face  and   eyes,
but will recover The   Tribune,   has   been
informed thnt vessels may be expected to arrive regularly every month from Han Fran*
cisco to coal, nnd urges the Nunn'mo merchants to tnkc ndvnntage of the fact to import
diro.t   from   Sun   Francisco The    same
journal chronicle! n fat heeve from
Cowichan weighing 872'bs.,  deducting  offal.
Beware of Thieves.—Jim, a Nanaimo
Indian arreted on Friday, was yesterday convicted of having stolen nn axe nud two' wine
g'nases from the premises of Mr. Carniichiu I,
who.uppeared against him in court. The
magistrate iu sentencing tlie prisoner to $20
or two months in jnil, took occasion to warn
the public to he more careful in securing
tbeir premise i. Not only was temptation
thrown in the way of Indians by neglect of
tbis, but much unnecessary trouble was
given to the police, nnd much expense caused
tu the colony hy such negligence.
Comox—Mr. Mohuu, U. IC, roturued from
the Coinox settlement by ihe Douglas on
Friday night, having beeu engaged laying
out n road through the settlement for the
Government. Tho settlement is'in a flourishing condition, the crops lowing been good
and Bafely housed. Improvements are going
on, although more slowly than might have
been expected. Thc weather has been remarkably fine, but signs of a break-up had
begun to appear.
f-'ccLUNO Race.—A race between George
Francis and G. Lawrence, for ?25 a side,
came off in thc harbor yesterday. The course
was from James Bay bridge out rouud tho red
Susimv Dixssas.—M. Astrlco, of the Pacific Telegraph Hotel, has recommenced his
famous "Sundaydinners," and offers a lirst-
class meal to-day, at "3 bits." See bill
of fare on second page.
Munificent.— The Messrs. Wilson, gnslit-
ters, of Victoria, bare presented ths Presbyterian congregation here with a handsome
chandelier and pulpit lamps for their new
church. —Nanaimo  Tribune.
Base Ball—The Olympic t'l lb played their
first regular game yesterday afternoon on
Beacon Hill. A full field win present and n
very good match gone was played, the members showing great interest in the sport.
Towed Down.—The icbuonor Premier was
towed down by the Enterprise ' lust ereninj
nud anchored at the mouth of thc harbor.
She has a cargo of 320 bbls salmon uud 78 M
lumber for Honolulu.
TELEGRAPHIC.
Europe.
London, noon, Sept. 19—The Daily
News editorially suys that the Russian
American alliance is Impracticable.
FbOKEKOK, no )p, Sep . IS—Thomissii n
of (Jen. Kevel to Venetia hns led to the
belief that ihe difficulty between Italy ami
Austria iu regard to tlie debt of Venetia
is nearly at an mil, uml that a compromise will bo effected which will result iu
lastiii); peace.
Tuikstk, noon, Sept. 19.—A great
battle has been fought, in the island of
Ciimliu between the Turks nml insurrectionists.    The Turks were the victors.
Loniion, evening, Sept. 19.—Moniy
IBarket steady ; Consuls closed ul 89J for
money.
Fi.oiiexce, Sept. 19.—The works in
connection with the Italian navy nt
Spizzia are al! being pushed forward witli
rapidity.
Bbulin, Sept. 19—Tho abdication of
Lutiwtg; 1st, King of BttVuritl, is now regarded us certain.
till il'UI'll In.
San Fimncjsco, Sept. iiO.—Arrangement a'e being mudo to give Queen
I'jtnnm a tollable reception.    A salute Of
,'Jl guns from  Fort Point  will   bo tired,
buoy and back, and Lachnpelle s  two   small   n«  ^ Cutter Shubr ck will   pro
skiffs were used. Francis won the race easily,
beating his opponent by somo 300 yards
The time made was 23 minutes, the distance,
we believe, bain* about a mile and three-
quarters.
Broaching Garoo.—Several importers by
the ship Royal Tar have had cases broached
and goods abstracted therefrom. The bottoms
of the cases were pried off, the zinc lining cut
and the goods taken out, tbe cases being then
neatly nailed up again. We learn that the
matter will be mado the subject of legal in-
1"iry.	
Borrard Inlet—Tha ships Jeddo and John
Jay have both completed their cargoes. The
former sailed on Thursday, and the latter, at
lest advices, was lying at anchor off Capt.
Stamp's mill awaiting wind nnd tide. These
vessels have both taken cargoes of lumber
«t Moody k Co.'s mills, and are both bound
for Australia—Columbian.
KijtTiicooTiAL Gales.—Thc Chronicle of yesterday gravely states that "the winds of the
past day or two aro attributable to tho sun
crofting- the Equator I" Wc advise our contemporary to spend a quarter at the infant
school before attempting to enlighten the
public on such abstmse matters.
CopKTnv Produce.—Cameron's game and
produce market, Fort street, is becoming one
of the attractions of that neighborhood, from
thc fine display of poultry, game, oysters,
clams, prawns, 4:. We saw tbe first mallard
ducks of thc season there yesterday.
B. C. Elections—Mr. Geo. Wallace, editor
of the Yale Tribune, has been unanimously
elected member of the British Columbian
legislative Council for the Yale District.
We believe Mr. Wallace will make an honest,
fearless and liberal member.
ceed outside ibe harbor to meet the
stennier Sacramento bearing the distinguished visitor nnd lire n national snlu'e,
and then with the Royal Standard at lbe
fore escort the steniiier into the harbor.
Information has been receved that the
Government will plane, the U.S. steamer
Vumlcrbilt nt the disposal of Queen
Emma for tlio purpose of conveying her
home.
'ihe alleged coses of cholera on board
tbe steamer Moses Taylor on ber voyage
from San Juuu del Sur here, are contra-
dieted. Dr. Oeo. llewston, who wus
acting surgeon, snys no cholera symptoms
were manifested by nny of the passengers.
There wero as usual on tbe IstbtnUS
steamers cases of diarrhoea, und four
deaths.
Arrived, Sept. 20, ship Coiptimbo, 14
days from l'ort Ha ison.
21st—Hark George Washington, 13
daye from Fteeport ; brig T \V Lucas,
19 days from Utsalady.
Sailed, Sept. 21, steamer Orizaba,
Portland ; ship David Crocket, Philadelphia ; brig Woodland, Sydney.
Portland, Sept. 21.—The steamer
Fideliter, from Victoria, arrived ut eight
o'clock tbis evening.
DRirisTi uoLiiiiiiii.t.
[From  Ihe  Columbian.']
Hope, Sept. 19.—Mr. II. Stewart, who hns
just nrrived from the Kootenay mines, has
famished the following items of news :—He
left Kootenay on the 2d last. He reports 3.i0
Chinese nnd 100 white men at wo.k In tho
mines -generally domg well. The white men
ore selling out and leaving camp as fast as
possible.
A party of seven white men left the Kootenay for the Saskatchewan mines, and were nti
tacked by a party of Blackfoot Indians. Only
iped to tell the sul fateofbit com- |
r ides—ne escaping In tbt bush.   Tht Indians
r ,'in'il tbs party of thirteen horses, t ifctther
w th prorlslont.
Ur. I.inkliglner of the H. li. Ce's. post, in
the Kooten iy, ha* deserted, packing thc Company's Rood and efltrets otat te tht K >otc ay
mlnei for le.n-uf an attack (rem the Blackfout
A Mr. Mi -Donald, wilh a party of eight men,
li'ti tii.' Kootenay for tbt Saskatchewan mines
.i few ii.n   hi brs "ur taformanl left    Great
:   int' rt tined lor iln-ir safety. Jfotblag
ii.-111] from tha pinv iluet leaving.
ippos*d   'bit   the   Indians  have ale
nr.nl red nml robbed tbtm.
t'uNri.s, Btpt 19—Bernard'i stages com*
menced running bi-weekly ye.-terdny.
H.ii-k. Pept, |0—Thermometer B5. Weather tine and clear.
A party left here yesterday for the purpose
nt prospecting the itopee and gnlcbei between Hope nnd Hlmllkameen. .Tbey enter*
tain great hopes of striking it.
Vai.i'. Sept. 21—Mr. Geo. Wallace was unanimously elected member for lliis district
yesterday.
Hops, Sept. 21—Vcsterdty, the day appointed In elect n member for tlie Legislative
Council, paused off qnietly. There was u it
even a nomination, nllliougb tbe polls were
open lor Voters. The people In Hope take
these things much cooler than their friends
do at the capital.
Tin:  i»i:irvri<: i»i-:sritches.
Mow   tiny   Leaked Out.
[By our Dramatic  Contributor.)
TIIK   EXAMINATION.  '
SlR   Bl.AHNKY   ISOTCUALL  (solus) —
I'fenr'd'twould come to  this, though I  had
bop'd
Before llii-i   thing was known I   might have
slop'd,
And so escnp'd before the sad disgrace
Of people knowing I bad lort my place ;
Hut some vile   traitor wretch has   blubbed it
out,
That I've been ord r'd  "to the right about;''
I'll call Ihe   subs,   Ir.ar   what they've  Bot to
say,
And ferret out the knave —Wakey, this way I
[Fitter   Wakey.]
Sm 11.—Wakey,   tny   boy,   how  could   you,
what on earth
Male you tell tbs peuple   I've lost my berth?
\\'.^-l tell   thu  people? Sir,  you   know   me
bolter,
I keep your secret] to the very letter ;
But I've a notion tbat I ka.iw t'.ie wag,
Who let your secret cat om ol thc bag.
Sin 1!.—I.ct  him   appear,   audit'  it  can   be
prov'd
I'll .-tup his p iy ; I'll huve lbs sennip remov'd.
[Fnter   H'aji.]
Su li.—Ahem ! I little dreamt—U can't be so
That Wakcy's thoughts In ihnt direction gu—
[Aside]—lint thut kiKiwiag  look  does half
betray you,
[To Wag]—About the   despatches let's hear,
what .sny you ?
Wao.—I ve seen none—only heard a certain
rumor
[Aside] -Which seems to have put you sadly
om ol humor,
la circulation is nbout the town
i lia't  you've  received  a "ticket"  from tho
Crown
Of leave to go home or where'er you plen-e
While they have granted me a long new lease.
If of your downfall you'd believe I'd brag.
You little know your faithfiri, trusty Wao.
[I.'nt Way.]
Sin B.—I'll sift the matter f .rtlier, though I
think
A nod to a bliml horse good as a wink —
That's a false fellow, but  ho'S.not as shrewd
as
Wakey, but by my soul, he's Ws-ns Judas.
[Enter Birdman],
Some foul-mouth'd fellow (sure ho could'nt bo
Fowlerl)
Somo babbling knave, a  prating, chrok-by-
jowler,
Has lot tl i' secret mil, to you I look,
Young man, to help   me bring  tho  knave to
book '■
U i ii ti M tt.— -I'm   sure  Sir  Blarney you don't
think thnt I
For nil the world, to you wonld tell a lie,
As  for myself, the word yon know Is ' mum,'
While un   my  mouth   is   placed  your  noble
111 ilinb.
I've gone tho  round-', enrwigg'd all those  I
thought,
To  wham   the  foul   report   might   home   bo
brought;
I've piiiup'tl  all   dry,  and  tried all  sorts of
tricks on,
Hut sought iu vain, whom Ihe crime to fix on.
Sut B.—"(it vain 1 fear  tny   seeking to discover
Of thi? so vile report thc wished mover—
I'll try one   more,   though   he's   but  a  poor
ninny
He'll make a mess of it, 111 bet a guinea.
[Filter   Clerk]
Know vott sir, might of a certain dispatch
Which some bast rogue has thought proper to
hatch
Stating that I am recalled, ordered home,
Uencel'onh  th--y say." o'er the wide world
to roam " ?
Cleiik-1   know   nothing,   sir,   I'm   only  a
clerk,
Ifl hear anything, I keep it dark—
But I've been told, I don't know ifit's true,
Th.M u dispatch has been received by you.
gi„ B.—Zounds I what a fool I  was, I might
have kuown
That, by this silly chap I should be hlown I
Ans I ami hick a day, how to conceal it,
I find all men are ready to reveal it,
I therefore drv up: thn thing Is i[uile clear
I'm  shorn  of my three thousand pounds a
vcurIII
[Ifeeunl omass,  Waii grinning In his sleeve]
S'-rtjiui of Taj lor
It vas
imitation.'
Ktut tills us that tin- »'
excited tho wonder of   I, nul
in-\ ond exception and beyond imitation.'
Vet the wise prelate thought him too
young.    Iiul   the   ga-nt    youlli   humbly
begged his grace to    pinion    lb it   fault,
inn) promised it he iin-'l. 11- wi.uld maud
it.— Wilmotl'i Jeremy Tttitlnr.
Sen Ailvi it I-, nt i ts.
LUMBER
V   LABOR   A8SOBTWOT  OF   BOUOQ
and dressed for sale cheap,
J. BOBEKTSOS HTBWABT.
Victoria, V. I„ ^ijih August, 1868 se 22
CHAMPAGNE!
NewAtlvi il..v ::t  liis
— or -
WASHINGTON TERR1TOUY
NAPOLEON'S CABINET
B O TJ C IHI U .
\\]V.   IIAVK   API'OIN'TKD   MF.SSUS.
VV   OBBLLEY  k   FlfKllRE, of Vlctorls,
SOLE    AGENTS
—roa—
Vancouver   bland and   Tiitish I
Columbia-
Of our nbofe-named Wines.
Buchc   fils & Co.,
at .Mareuil-sur-Ay,
se 19 ■ Champagne, France.
•••ma iswiTurio.N will reopen ok
1    the I iiii in-t.    I'.M.ii. ..t b
own ri. :
'
The   Bxpcn e   ■■    II inrdlng  - •!  T
«i bout in' ii. .- ■   .     . • :
i . i i : i il  tvanct.
l'ur further luforni'tles addreos
BBV.  GEO.  I'.  WIllTWultTH.
v.- ildrat.
Seattle, W. T., Sept. ; l n 11
ftuccn Charlotte Tonl Mining Co.
(LIMITED.)
Notice   cf Aesesiment.
V*T A HEBTIXG OF Din '" I F THB
above Coinpanj I ,liow-
Ing resolution etas passi 'i :—
•■ Tlmt un .\ lent ol  - ;•-.■ • 'i' ■• Hading
per Khare on A   beret l.« now mad**, payable
to the Secretary :>t tl Uii I - f lbe t i aipany,
m or l.ef re ihe 29tlj lo'l . bet«   ■ tl til
of 11 A. M. nnd 2  P.M. tl
.1. K. w;i..ms.
Corner Uroiid ami Tri uncc its. i
Ihe Only Sure Way to Save the
Country !
IS TO PATR0NIZB
CAMERON'S   ISLAND   l'UODUCE
JVLAFUZTIT,
Xo.   18   Fort   street,   opposite   Mrs.   Hcal's
Boarding-house.
TIAMILIRS AN'D HOTEL- KEEPEBS WILL
1:   find alwi
good
vays  on   band fresh,   cheap, 'aud
Island Vegetables and Fruit.
Island Fish and Game of all soits,
Island Eggs nnd Butter,
Island Venison cut to order,
Island  Poultry, ke., ke., ic.
X. il.—I hereby make known to the public
that, having made arrangements with certain
Island farmers to sell their produce, I am
from this date prepared to sell cheaper than
any Chinntnun peddler that ever ute rice—
(l So walk on, John I"
August {7tb, 1868. sc 17-lm
ll,iU.,,»os PII4A—Ol'ltliaatnS Bowel CcnipUiutt.
—Hi n. in.ilnnif. are •rerpreseat, md if left mint.
tended rup-nuiy terminate foully. It thonld be
I'vciiwli ie knonn thn 1'iitli cholera mnl dim rlnci de-
peid on the praten:e of some nnSlgeaitd »ab«-Hnce in
llM-tl.nn rh nr hn.vn-.nr soar  .1.1- lerhim  mater 111
i lie i,wi. nml that llollmvaj'i nth San expel either
uiibo'soaiideaiirilh'1"'- Tliey cone 'titrate In a snr-
lirniiij degree purtfyio». allernative, regulailnl and
slrenltlliei.ii'B ■,ualil;e», anl thin e»erl nvi-rivir. In-
tern it oriian tlie »hoU««B«hr controlling it.llii u;- ■"
iicct'ssuiy f^i siibOnini: exc-ssive action in Ihe liuin.in
fr.nro. [Jollowiy'a medlelne may be advantufeonslj-
laken na a moans if keeping tho bbod pure and the
body cool—the only practicable plan ot miintaima
health in path, nnnhneii, nnd old age.
NOTICE.
ILL PERSON'S HAVING CMIMS
,\ against the undersigned are requested to
present ibeiu willrn 30 dny^ from date.
All persons indebted to the undersigned are
requested to settle their accounts within 30
days culler by note or otherwise, or they will
be g ven lo my Attorney lor collection, as 1
Intend to leave for Europe.
se Hi lm      J. W. KEVSEU.
FOR     JSJLLE
rp W 0   0 It il V E Ii i H A K E R BF.WIXQ
1 MACHINES, for heavy work; one
Singer's Machine, Xo. 2, for line and heavy
work.
All the goods pertaining to the business,
including cotton goods, ticking, pulu) nnd
other go'ids too numerous 'on mention,
The above will be sold for less than cost
within 'Jo days.
Tcims—Cash or approved Xotcs.
—ALSO-
•
Thc  entire  stock of Crockery,   Hardware.
furniture,   Fancy Goods, ke„  on  the  same
terms as above.
All goods unsold afier .10 days will bc sold
at auction.
ge Hi-lni .1. W.   KEYSEIt.
LINCOLN   HOUSE!
Cor- Washington and Front sts,
PORTLAND, OREGON'.
IV. V. MATTIIIESSEIV,
Of   the   St.   Nicholas   Hotel,   Victoria,
HAVING TAKEN THE ABOVE HOUSE,
wishes to announce lo the public thai he
is now piepared to accomodate guests in a
satisfactory mann-r. Nothing will be lefl undone, which is in the power of the proprietor
to do, to render guests comfortable.
Portland, August 24th, 18GB sc 14
Dissolution   of  Partnership.
NOTICE.
September Ctfa
se 7-'d
I HE   PARTNERSHIP  HERETOFORE EX-
I    Is ting between   Thomas   Napier   Hibben
and .lames Carswell under the name or 6rm
of Hibben k Carswell, hns been  this dny dissolved by mutual consent.
The Business will iu future   be  carried   on
by Mr. T. X   Hibben, who will  pay   and   receive all money duo  to  or owing by the late
tirm
Dated this 13th dny of September 18G6.
THOMAS XAPIER HIItRl-iX,
JAMBS  CARSWELL.
Witness  to  the  signature of Thomas Napier
Hibben,
Gkokqb  Pi.:aiiki-s,
Solicitor, Victoria, V. T.
Witness to the Signature of James Carswell,
.  Uobf.iit Bishop,
Solicitor, Victoria, V. I.
se 13-1m
UNANIMOUS
NOMINATION!
OK
Deluge Engine Company
FOR
Assistant  Engineer,
T. J. BURNER
Relief   for   the   .Affiicted.
THE INTH0DUCT10N OF
Perry     I) n v I
Vegetable Pain Killer
To the Suffering Humanity of this Ago
llOS relieved more pein, uinl Gtiuaed inure
real joy than any oilier one thing th.it can
bc unmet).
Invaluable   Eemedy.
O'.ir first Physicians  use it,  nnd  recommend
its  use;   the   Apothecary duds  it   first
among the medicines calleil for, mid
the wholesale Druggist considers
it  a  h ading nrtii 1"  of bis
trade.     All the di it ers
in ni'iliiiti' speak
alike in iis t'n-
voi: i
reputation asa medicine of great
merit uinl virtue is fully and permn-
neutly  established,  and  it  is   tbe great
Family Mcd'ciDC   cf  the  I.^c
Every Volunteer should have s bottle, in esse
of sadden attacks   I Oisenle.
Taken Internally, cufei
Suililcn Cuhls, Coughs, ke.,
Weak Stomach,
General Debility,
Nursing Sore Month, Cnnker,
Livi r Complaint,
Dyspepsia or Indigestion,
Cramp and pain in ihe Stooinch,
Dowel Complaint,
Painters' Colic,
Asiatic Cliolcrn,
Diarhcea and Pysentery.
Taken exteiiin'ly cures
Felons, Boils, nml Old Sores,
Severe Burns nml Scalds,
Cola, Bruises and Sprains,
Sweliins of the Join's,
Ringworm ami Titter,
Broken Breasts,
Frosted Feet and Ci.iiU.iin-,
To'otltaeiie,
Pain in tin? Face,
Ncarulirifl uud Klieuninti-in.
FA.X1ST   KILLER,
Tnken Internally, should   he   rdehorated
with milk or water, and s'.vcetentd witli
sugar, il desired, or mo da into n syrup
witli molasses. For a CO I' 0II ami
Bronchitis, a fow drops on Mi.'.r, eater,
will be morn elVeciiv than unything else.
For SORB THROAT, gargle the throat,
with a mixture of I'.iin Killer uml water,
and tbe rnl.ef is immediate and cute positive.
jgy It should not be forgotten that
tlm Pain Killer is equally as tood t6
tuke Internally as to use externally.
Each bottle is wrapped with ull dueu-
tions tor its use.
Prices 20 cents, i0 cents & $1 pet bottle. About   I'liiinii
New Ailv«jri is»in« nts.
Miscellaneous.
That portion of the musical fnitcrtvly
in the United Sia'is whieh uses tlie piano
will no donln lie astonished to li-niu thai
tliere nre in thin con itry but U.ilti o\
ihesfl iii.lriitnerit*. That i«, the buuHU \
and upright tnxpiyers of tbe couniry
only returned that many for tax to Hie
Internal Revenue Collector iu lHlia We
are the moro puzzled liy this return, because we saw nn announcement the other
day that one of tbe many piano inann-
f ictnrers in Amprirn has j st completed
his 31,000th instrument ; end either the
destruction of piattoa in ihe United Stale*
mnst be enormous, or else our export
trade in that article must Imve become
ii principal branch of American commerce.
Yet the return stands on the Internal
Revenue books that in 1865 there were
but 2,770 piaiioa in the United btate", ol
which Pennsylvania owned 557, and her
neighbors In New Jersey possessed but
two. We suppose that New J rsey s
two were divided between Camden ami
Trenton, and thnt Elizabeth, iNewurk,
Bong Branch, Atlantic City nnd (Jape
Island, during sll of I86i, never lieurd
the sound of a piano. Onr neighbors on
tlie oilier side, in Delaware, however,
hnve nono at oil ; but Delaware, iu her
struuue abstemiousness on the piano question, has plenty ot company, for Itlio e
Island, Connecticut, the D.stnet of I ol-
nmbia, fiOui8innn, Illinois, Wiuconsiii,
Minuesofo, Knns.is, und seveml of the
Territories, during I8(i'i, hud uo pianos at
ull ; whilst Vermont, Michigan und Colorado, modestly udmi'ted that they hud
one each. The Sojourner nt Newport who
imagines that in the grnt.d saloon ol' lbe
grandest hotel ho hears the strains of n
piano is mistaken ; there ure none iu all
athoile Island. Anil if, III x ew Orleans
-or Chicago, a similar tinkle is heutd, it
must either bo a delusion or come from a
hand orgnn. Neither uro there nny pianos
in Washington—the President uud his
seven Secretaries, the rich Seiiaor
Spnigue, nnd the projectors of Willutd's
hotel, are all mistaken if they suppose
tbey have pianos iu their booses ; it is no
such thing. I.bio has five pianos, about
one-third of one to encli of her large
towns, and Massachusetts has ju t 21
indeed, in nil New England there are bul
48 piunos, just about enough to give one
to each of her members of Congress.
The returns of the Revenue Bureau ure
marvelous indeed, but in nothing mure
60 than in proving how feiv pianos are
pianos, uud how many nre shiiuiR.—Philadelphia Ledj/er.
Su'FEiiKitB.—Mercifully, the capacity
■of suffering is blunted ns the years go by,
the mental nerves luse their sensitiveness,
the mind, like the body, grows herd, and
the agony of to-day will lie the ipa8<lng
annoyance of a twelvemonth hence. The
actual separation is felt to be less insufferable thun tho earlier honor, and dread
ofdeuth. Life's troubles come, nud are
borne, and uro forgotlon—the swift stroke
fulls, and the mun lives through it—tlie
'keen thrust goes home— and when the
weapon ii« withdrawn, it is covered with
blood that has been drawn from the very
veins of his heart ■; yet tho sufferer does
not turn him from the battle—he never
'flinches from the world's strife, from the
world's hurry, and rush, nnd bustle, and
in tlie excitement of the warfare he takes
no note of ha-veing been >-o grievonsly
wounded—in the dhurge, in the repulse,
in the iierce attack, he remembers his
sorrow uo more.—Once a Week.
A lady, commending the manners of a
gentleman of her acquaintance, said, 'He
is a paragrom of politeness.' * Parallelogram, uiiidaiii, yon mean,'said a wag,
sitting next to her. 'Ah, yes, parallelogram, i should have'suid,' replied the
lady.
Victoria Turn Vi rein.     Jesse   Cowpei\
..   ,,i- ,>>i■ I....   ntt thi..    iiinvv   iv_ a
A LI.  KBMDKRH   OF  TIIK   A HOVE   IV-
Mitiuion who   wish  to attend regular
prnrtiie, nre re.|iie<tid 10   be present on   tlie
Bret Monday in September, wben clai m will
be tunned loiuuieniiiw win lbe  simples! exercises, and going tlirouub the whole course.
OHAbLBd DKCHK.VT.
Mi23 Tiirnwnrt.
JSTOTIOE,
MARTIN    BROS.,
ISll'OI'.TEHS OF
Groceries ani Provisions,
FJUEPUOOF DDILDING,
LATKLV OCCUPIED HYIVHOTKIJEIt 4 Co,
"WHARF
STREET,
ne 6
ALICE   BROWN'S
FANCY   TWIST
SMOKING TOBACCO
JUST RECEIVED AT
A..   F.   ItJEYHlSn'S,
Together wiih some Una
HAVANA CIGARS DIRECT
Also on baud
Wine S ip, Peach, Apricot, Mary's Own,
Light Pressed, Natural Leaf, Buffalo
' Tongue, and Atlantic Cable
Tobacco
JUJT RECEIVED   I'Elt   BAKK  RIVAL   ,
A Fine Assortment of
Meerschaum   Pipes.
C.ill and examine.
se 5-lm
Iv
Mrs.   Hein
EEPS   CONSTANTLY  ON  HAND   THK
latest fashions in
ISA ILLINERY,
—AT—
Prices to Suit the Tin:es,
GOVERNMENT    STREET
Iletween Fort nnd Itroughton. sc 5
New Advertisements.-
RED LION HOTEL,
GOVERNMENT STEEET.
'PHE   ABOVE-NAMED    HOTEL   HAVING
A.   been opened by
JOE     EUEN",
fie will be linppy io meet his Iriends on all
occasions, an   will furnish tbem with '
the best of
Wine's Liquors, Ale, Porter, &c-,
aad Cigars-
BOARD AND LODGING PER DAY $.1.
MST OF ARRIVALS
At the Mount Ararat Hotel during the months
of June, July, and August, 18G0.
June—His Exccllencv Governor Ki'tincdv, Mr
William A G Young, Mr. Bcnj W
Pearse.
July —Mc?srj .las Wilcoi, F Dnprny, Jns Reed
Macadam, John Hand, Louis Philpot.
F \V Ahvood, J It Ford, E S Hutch, Kir
Jas Duug'as, D Fraser, E S IVhilting-
linni.
August—II E Scelye, W E Stronacli, J
Robertson Stewart, Thos Lett Stnl-
schinid', Uobt Bttrnaby: John Nicho'-
sou, M M Titus, F W Green, Henj W
Pcnrse, Acting Surveyor General, R
Homfniy, H 0 Tiedctuann ; James Mc-
Cutchnn; Win Denny, Wm Wilson,
Joseph Hilton. R I) and J; Kenneth Mc-
Kenzic, Jr, Wm R McKcn7.ie, David B
Blair, Chas Redeem, Chas Kent.
se 4 lm
Alhambra
BILLIARD SALOON.
fOBNEk <.OVKIt\Jli;Vl   AMI V.ITES SI'S.
UP-STAIRS-
Entraace on YHtes Street-
se ii-lni
Wholesale nml UUul Healer in
BOOTS AND SHOES,
LEATHER,
—AND—
SHOE    FINDINGS,
YATES    STREET,
OPPOSITE WBLLB, FAIKJO AC
Al the old stand of AVebster k Co., • >
prepared tb Biipp'jr lbe wants of tlio
puhlie in bis line.
The Latest Stvhs
Received by every arrival from Eniflai f
and Sun Francisco. »n V
A   Triumph   of    Science
Tin:  LIGHT   OF   TUB    WOULD
Mi ccllnncous.
The "Grotto,"
OPPOSITE THE TELEGRAPH OFFICE.
For a glass  of choice  liquor go  to thc
" Grotto,"
Tliere  " none hut the best '' you   will
find is the motto.
Mint Juleps, Sherry Cobblers—everything
cooling ;
Come ye tbat do thirst, you will find its
no fooling.
Nl
■ Bagatelle aad Bkitt'es.
Call and see the establishment.     JOE presides and keeps order. Be 10
For Sale Ez Camden,
Hosteller, Bockcr, ani Angostura Hitlers
Orrgon Cider In bbls. and rases,
(lartt In casks, half-casks and cases,
Raatcrne and California White Vine,
French tlcofaol 90 O.P.,
tug. Cliqnot, l.'umm and Balleneer Cham.
papie,
Ind In   'lore an  assortment of Brandy
and liquors suitable for tbe Trade.
t&" Depot of Havana Cigars.
EUGENE THOMAS,
ee 6 Vales street.
feuorborg & Rueff,
COMMISSION   MERCHANTS,
Importers and Wholesale Deale-s in
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS,
Boots and JShoew,
Wharf street, Victoria, V. i. se 2
DR. MAGGIEL'S
PILLS   & SALVE.
Ihenel.te elv'i'K rnmedi ■* nre no v, fir the ftp I
llinfjf vh (mill civ to Hi w r A Fop ovit iijuiiitor
fa   iiit'iiy ol utl st   practicetbtingredu uta iti tta< iu
Life-Giving Pills
H v» lie n used with the jrrciteat tnorttm, Tli ir
mitipltii it n tony io i r vent ■ fl If". but tn cure
They -e rch ipj i|;< vjfgto** iiml-d;-* by n h ch Un*
pa tlon t in nufTfrinff Htiil r<" invigorate* t * ail.nr
njtlrm, T the » -ed mnl in firm * >ow dim of then
Mil ..i. Ic 1'IL   S will   rove to l*o
A VfcRY FOUNTAIN OF YOUTH,
F r in f\-f rv i-ane t'-ey aid new life »Od vitn'tty, t,»A
e-ltre the w.ni   go !.»/■«ic in tbeir i-rUttNM li«U> T
iho voniuniii mi oi •   kp.1 they wiil pr«ve ntont fn
v.ln Lie, a* a  rei y, ppc.-iHr h'iiiI ater in r mitdlsio*.
ere i'a Artmrn  mallwa. tint I* •ncn-do-b-nn  i^ugb
torthitt hundred yean ago. an') ntttt t nnd,      e
look' d for a i" iintftiii  that  would reatoru tlie odtn
vigor aud make,' ontb ever
-Au Eternal Hpring-I
[t nflp left for this d >y and hour tn rent'ie the drnnn.
ntnl ihllW in uiie jjlor.ous foOt tbe ina^ic thut u adi-
ii fair.
TUESB  FAMOUS   REMEDIES
Cannot nt v th- flight nfyentH. hut th« can fore* buck,
at/bold nlimt, dioe.im • hat Tni l.i hi tnpll ovui tit
»K <1 and the- yoiiOf, Let ii-iip he*it*in tlien, bu.
srir,*- tho TavorHhle o,jiuilunity that olhtt. When takH.i
as pruaC'ibcd—
Fcr Billious Disorders
Notbtntr caii le nmrw p-nducire of curf than these
Pill- — riieir tlroont in (jii infi ience \t felt at o ot|
ond tho  uNual c< iic tuitants ufthb ni at  di«tnaiin»
tlncuie art rt moved. Hh'-nmh dm Hi- in,uie Irotn
the i>i feat
VEGETABLE COMPOUNDS.
TVy will not barm the moat' delicate ft-male, and
rail)* Ki ■!! wuli k<hh1 tfloct iu |>reacribed dtintsu to
the youngest b.tbe.
For Cutaneous Disorders
And all em ti-ma of the *kir, 'be RAf.VR fa ino-t in-
valualdi-. It doea n t Ji.-al '-aleinally alon ■, but penc-
tr-'vi with tbe most b arching ctr.u;» to tho very lout
«f .ba evil.
DR. MAGGIEL'S P!LLS
Invariably cure ihe following Diseases
Atthma,
linwci Cemplaaut^
Cuiiftbs,
Cbeit DI eaaea,
OjativwneFs,
© i-pi-pain/
Oianh a,
CARRIAGE   PAINTING
IX   ALL ITrf  BKAXCDES,
Yates Street
Between Deluge Engine House
and the International Hotel.
Work   soliriietl,  a:id   done   on   thc  most
reasonable terms hy
W. It. KEOHAN.
scl-lra
Eveiett's Exchange,
bTOHE  STHEEr,   V. I.
I UK  PBOPRIRTOR BBSPBOIFPtliY IN-
I lortm bit IVie ills immI tlic jmli.ir ll.nl lull i. opMI il llil "lil -'""'I i» Sl"r'' -in-"I. » I" "'
licuiil kri'P n* Inline III' lini'-l i[iiiilil» of
UIN'KS, LIQDUB8, mil < Ili.Mt.S.
I 'nine nml sc-o.
»c3-lm       I'AT. BVBBBTT,Proprietor.
Miscellaneonp.
WILLIAM   LYONS,
— AND —
Commission      Agent,
On tlio Corner of
Wharf and Johnson Streets-
bo 3 Sn
NOTICE !        NOTICE !!
1,-iltOM THIS PATE TDK tWDBRSIQHXO
I lias cnneliidiil to reduce liis price OSE-
IIAI.F ; and hereafter tho
FINEST WINES AND LIQUORS,
ALE,   11EEU,  kc, ke.,
Will be served at the
'METROPOLITAN"
At TWELVE AND A HALF CENTS
per snmp'e.
The public wi'l plenso rail and sample, and
satisfy themselves that the very best in to be
had at the above price.
T. J. BURSES,
Metropolitan Saloon, Store street.
au 2(i
TOBACCO PLANT
AKRIVAT. OF ANOTHER CARGO FROM
Virginia & Cuba,
VIA   ASI'IXWAI.1.,
Of thc Most   Celebrated Brand) ot
TOBACCO   &   SEGARS
EVER IMPORTED
Samples cm  bs  had   at   the " AltEI.PHy
corner Yates and Government stieeis.
Arrival of a fewnjore Plants
by the "California."
8®" Office of C. F.  Green's  Victoria
and Esi]uiiiiult. Express.
F. C.IHPBIXL,
sc 2 A HELP HI SBOAR .STORE.
BRITxSH    PERIODICALS.
Female r-r*mri It int-,
hcftilftelie,
lutlir ■■Hon,
InS'iPt z\,
Itiflamm t-<m.
Inward Wenknetn,
Li-er GoMpltfni,
Kowi t'.v nf S;nriti,
iti ns worm,
BlieiiHit nm,
SiH 1.1 etin
Dropty.
Deuillty,
rtttl and kgi
A. & W. WILSON,
Home and Ship Plumbers
CASFITTER8,
BELLHiNGERS i. TINSMITHS
POUT   STREET.
All order* promptly attended to
n 2 	
CHARLES    BERNARD,
Manufacturer and Dealer in
FAMILY CHARTRES COFFEE.
And Spleen of all klndi.
No. 707, Sansome street, corner Gold,
fletween Jnrkjon ami Pacific.
First Premium awarded bu the Meehaaies' Institute, for tht best Coffee and Spices.
Tho proprietor having introduced .Steam
Power iu bis Manufactory, ha now increaeed
facilitiet to supply the trade and Ihe public in
general. All articles from his Establishment
are guaranteed tn be pu c and unadulterated.
The public are respeiilitlly invited to call and
convince themselves Country orders promptly
attended to. ee 2
TIIE   ONE  'JIIINO   WANTED.
HOLLOWAY'S PILLS.
Skin Disease*.
$^ NOTICB.— Vnn<>i»e-H'ino without the pnjrrnvrr!
traitu-mark around B«0h pot or troit, nignett h} DR. J.
MAf.Gli-1-, 43 Fulton street; IS itt 1 ork, lo cuunturfe t
nrhl.'h  ti  I..:  ,is\-
,9^- Sold   by  nil   resnfctnble I»^al(>r«  in   Yrdiri
thniu.''h"iit tli-- Unite.I 8 au-a aud CdnitlA—at 25 eentn
ner Sm   nr ml
lvlii-'li ii (■■: .'iv.
Si>ld   by  nil   resnfctnble n^alnre  In   Vrdifin*1!
..h-ut th. "
per box or pot
A. C. Langley & Co.,
Agents for Vancouver Island and British
Columbia.
The London Qiarterly Review (Conservative).
The Edinbu'gh Review (Whig)
The Westminster Review (Radical)
The North British Review (Free Church)
— AND	
Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (Tory)
Tho fo'2T R'viewn rc-puhlithed by Mpi«r*. POOTT *
Co., nre ■■ "tn-j 11 j mi '■ 'I ■til iid I'H' UrPnt Ri vif"-vf,
■Hd niukWDud fit' ! ii'n j'Htly pltowl in the WOI
r.iiik. WhiVwrdliptn'M with r-ndmr pu'-Hfiatinni of
t;ii"rla«B, wh teivr nwi he hH ■i-ii-Tfil i nfi)rnnti*Mi,
vHIlrao !"■ n'r.i :"Mi.-r ic'tiii.; the tinirt in wlnt-ti he
'ivex—and io rlieie tinieo a pttm**t mny moi Kpt V(1J
fjii' bdl ini. They nny l>e -:rJ und atudied with a\.
rants «* by i tie people of thin co mtry,   o.' erery creed
mid pttiy,
b±v IlLlCKWOOP Is QimnuUIf Attinutive ot tfTt*
time to Anu'i it-Aiis, not onl/fir it- sen I artful hy
(lUtinzuikllt'i) writers of Hot I n. bul for h* netn unt of
the late civil w r now httng wtitien ty C I. Von
H"rk'. n i..■ iiMMi.ilir-r, chit'f. t'.ntaff io Oen. J. E. tl.
-tutrt, of tbn i'-iiiil. nfi ulr army.
TEUMd   FOR   1800.
For an j one of the Hev lewd $4 per annum
Fnrarn tw«» of the Itovlewa  7 '*
For any time of the Heviewi 10 "
For all four of the Iteyifww ;.I2 '*
Foa Dlackwo d> Mv/nn- 4 "
Fur Blackwood And  mio Rev I w  7 "
For Ula kw«.od mid any two of llio  Rc-
Vt-WB 10 "
For I Uukwood ami three of tho Review-..,13 ■
For BUckword and the four Rovlewi 15 *•
CLUBS.
A discount of twenty percent, wi'l he a'lowed to clubw
of four or in..iv perioni, Ttius, fur ■ | ■■■■ of
Rlackivrod, or ofonn I evlew will be Ment In nif nl-
dress or tii R0. Fourcipii>a of tho fuur Ueviows and
llluukwood. f»r $48, and soon.
POSTAGE.
Wlien eent by mail, liir Vo-1 n.K to ny |iart of the
Unitnl t let will I... i nt t v.-iiL .(but cent, a ycti-tni-
" uc'Kwmiii/' and but ulgiit ceiilf a year for e.cli ol
tlie Ut virus,.
Be:'need Prices for previous years-
SufciMTilirrp mny obtain ihe It^vJnti iinmeoiately
pipcdling 1816, aa foil, wi, viz. :
niarhooo,l from fl -Jitf m'.ir. 38^4. to Petember, Jd05
incliiBive, at Iho ralenf$2 50 a year.
The fflrrtk British from Jinuary. 1803. lo rurt-mlrr.
lfc65, Inoloalnt tlie Blinbitrgli -nil the If. -huiu.,'./• tr< in
• p il 181,4, f. Ueccmle', 18I1'), totln.ira. hii.I tl>r
Lonilon Qurtrtrrlu lor the yenr 18 5, at lb. rate of $1 .'KI
.v your for each or any   evl w.
tyg- A tew r. ipipB yet r.m.in of oil the four Rt-riews
for jM, .1 ,1 $4 .i set, or (1 to fur any one.
LEONARD   SCOTT   &   CO.,
Publishers, 38   Walker Street, X.   Y.
L. P. i Co., alio publish the
FA.F.1sKrF^'B GUIDE
By IIfxry STFPnsxs. nf Edinburgh, nnd tbe la.e J P
vui-n.N, of Tah ollei-e, I V',|i. lloyai Octavo, 1000
p«Bea,and Ulilneious   Eiiprr.vinu,-
I'i ice $7 for ihe livo to'jine!—by Mail, pod paid,
S* ""■ au 23
'Tlic Illood.
These famous pills ere »o composer! tha
tbej opernlo wholesomely on the slomnch, Ihe
liver, Iho horn Is, nml other orjrfins; h)' correcting nn/ tleianpeniepts in their functions
whereby n steiuly supply of pure niiili-riiiJ.s lor
ili«; renewal ol the Blood is lumished, nnd a
constant obstruction ol elfete products is effected. Thm perfect circulation thus become!
the very fountain of heallli nnd life, and overcomes all form of dtsense wherever its gilua*
tion.
General DloordcrN of Ilie Liver
und  Mutual li.
All who ever indulirca' '.able, either in eat»
'ii:- or drinking, should take about leu of I'.'oa-
fiinnius plllaal bed time, from which »illree
suit a clear head uinl good stomach ihe ft 11 w-
in./ mornitiff. Tliousai.ds of Ladies are always eoniplainiiiK of sick headache*, want o
nppetite, want of cnorm, and wnnt uf strength,
to cotrect all thesp evils, three or feur ol these
l'ill.4 ibould be taken twice a week, when Ihey
would K've lllt' invalid .no health anil itppetit*
of a p'oUKhman.
iiiiiaiis of all iKi's and Clanaen.
Olistrtii'tions of any kind, either in young
or those between forty and fifty—Ihe roost critical peiiod of life—may he radically reino, *<J
by using these I'ills according to tlie printed
directions which accompany each box. Young
persons with sickly .nnd sallow complexions
may have the bloom ot health restored by thi?
corrective, wl ich purifies the blood and ex-
|>c)s all grots and impure humors from thesys-
tern. Heware then of the critical ape Iron
forty to fifty, as it sends many thousands to
premature grave,—thus Pills should he takei
ii that period of lile two or three  titi.es   *
leek
Want   of Strength nnd Energy.
Persons of sedentnry habits, or those troubled in mind, worklntr in I'au^ories or Coal
Pits, who cannot ohtain that amount of fresl
air and exercise which nature requires, luffer
from weakness nud delilily, lowness of spiri.s
und want of appetite. All such should 'ake »
lose or two of Iheill Pills every three or fom
days, as they act prently and effectually on the
system and impart vigor and energy to ihe
body, wliicli ia always followed by a good
appetite, sound and refreshing sleep, and •
high flow of spirits.
For the cure of Dropny,
The cfllccy of Ilollowny'g Pills in Drops/
is extraordinary. They act with such a peculiar effect upon the system, that the fluid*
causing thii direltil complaint, are peirrptibl
carried off and prevented from any (urthel
nccumu'ntion. The sufferer regains a buoyancy of spirits and rejoices in a completely
renovated constitution. It is indispensably
necessary Ihnt Ihe Ointment should be most
effectually rubbed into the complaining part*
during the whole course of treatment.
Children and their Allmentc.
•
In no country in the world are more children
enrrieri to nn curly prave than in Great Britain.
Coughs, Measles. ScHrlaLinn, Fevers, and other
Jiscflses attack the little sufferers, &pd death,
hut too often, follows at a rapid pace; yet if
at the first etafre or these complainti, parent*
were to have recourse to Hollon-ny's Pilli. All
danger would be avoided for tbe stomach
nnd bowels wouW De gently but effectually
cleansed hv this niilu aperient; tbe depraTed
OH matt correctea ana tne secretions doi7 regulated. A perfect cure would -oon bo effected, and the l4ttle patient restored to loan'
health.
t7
Holloway' Pi. r ire tha best known remedy la ill
world f*" the Allowing dis-am:
?oM a* tlie t-siribiislnncnt of Tnt'egnor Hollowijr, ttl
."'ir u:il. nt'ir lYmt'le Bar.) I, tv:<<n ; aN- by all reipect!
Khle Hiiiiiirts'.j and Healcra In Me icinmthroughout tlie
olvUlsed world, at the 'ctlowine p: ict-n— U, 1>(., 5. M.,
1 ^ M., III., 12*.., nml 33m. rm:ll box.
Kane
A«tlimB
RilliouHCorrplalnt*
Itie
fetter of all kind
Fit!
Blotrhca    ou    the <<out
rtUn Ui'K-l Ache
Iliuvfl ooniplalnte   Indigei-ttof
Colicit it.ll.iniiiiaHcn
Cunstipatton of tbe Jaundice
BowIh
Cons'itii) tion
tt-hi ii>
Prop*)**
PyiPiitr?
Erjii pelts
Female  Irregular- Serofu'aorKinf •
Evil
•re Thnati
Stone and Grare
Secondarjr £ttnp*
l*mt
ie-Do!oreuz
Tomora
Dleera
Liver Complaint*
Lumbago
('ilea
Uhcumattxtn
Retcotiou ef Urine
Venerea)      afiee
t icn*
Worma    of   a
kinds
Weakueaa     from
whatever ca nae
*«*  There is  a considerable saving by taking tbi
Ifgrf aizea.
fHreetiotia for the iiuidi nee of patlenti in ever; d jor
iler are alllxed to ejieh box.
Printkd nnd Published by McClvki k Go. at
the office, Langley Street.

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