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 (Jfotritw
84*pi#K
VOL. I.
VICTORIA,    VANCOUVER   ISLAND,    FRIDAY    EVENING,   OCTOBER   5.   1S66
NO. 82.
THE
" EVENING TELEGRAPH,"
rURI.IitllEU
Everv   Eveniag at  4   O'clock,
(Saturday and Sunday evenings excepted.)
ALSO SVSST
SUNDAY    MORNING !
TKIIMS OF   SDBSVRIPTIOK I
far Annum, In advance, by mail, $10 00
For six  month.    6 00
ler Week, payable le Carrier,       tt
lDgU tuples, •.••*       10
For terms of Advertisement apply at tbe
Offiee. Lan ;ley Street
LINCOLN   HOUSE!
Cor- Washington and Front sta,
PORTI AND, OREGON.
UT. C. MATTMESSEIV,
Of  the   St.   Nicholas   Hotel,   Victoria,
HAVING TAKEN THE AROVE HOUSE,
wishes to announce to the public that he
is now piepsred to accomodate guests in a
satisfactory mann- r. Noihing will be left undone, which is in the power of thn proprietor
to do, to render guests comfortable.
Portland, August 24th, 18GD. so 14
RED LION HOTEL,
GOVERNMENT STREET.
riiHE   ABOVE-NAMEP    HOTEL   HAVING
J.  been opened by
JOE      EUEZNT,
He will ho happy lo meet his  Iriends on all
occasions, an   will furnish them witb
tbe beat of
•Wine?j Liquors, Ale, Porter, &c,
and Clears.
BOARD AND LODGING PER DAV, $1.
New Advertisements.
TJJSIIVERSITY
WASHINGTON TERRITORY
I
the 17th inst. Pupils ol both seies received, who will be expected lo lurnish their
own rooms, which are provided in separata
buildings, free uf charge.
The   Expense   ot   Boarding   and Tuition,
wiihout incidentals, will  not exceed $10 per
quarter of 11 weeks, payable in advance.
For further information address
KEV. GEO. F.  WHITWORTII,
President.
Seattle, W. T., Sept. 1st, 1800. sell
NOUVEAUTES
DE   LAUTOMNE   ET   D'lIIVER.
J. H. TURNER Er CIE.,
Ont l'honneur d'informer leura
amies et le public quil viennes de
recevoir un assortment do Nouve-
autes do Modes des Meilleurs Mais-
onu de Paris.
Miscellaneous.
Relief  for   the  Afflicted.
THE INTRODUCTION OF
Perry     I>av
Vegetable Pain Killer
To the Suffering Ifumani'y of this Age
hus relieved more pain, mid caused more
real joy tban any other one thing that can
lie named.
New   Advertisement*.
tht:
Everett's Exchange, EVENING TELEGRAPH
STORE   STREET,   V. I.
-I'HE PROPRIETOR RE.SPKCTFOt.LY IN-1
1   form*  iiu trieids and  tiie publto mat be I
bits opened his old stand in Sinn- ntreet, where
be will  keep  as   before  the finest quality of I
\\ IKES, LIQUORS, and CIGARS.
Come nnd see.
se 3-lra        PAT.
EVEBffTT, Proprietor.
I
GENERAL
MAISON  DE
Septembre, 1860.
LONDRES.
se23
jgr Bagatelle and Skittles.
Call and see the establishment,
sides and keeps order.
JOH pre-
se 10
Mrs.   Hein
KEEPS   CONSTANTLY  ON   HAND  THl'i
latest fashions in
:m illinery,
—AT—
Prices to Suit tbe Times,
GOVERNMKNr    STREET
Between Fort and Broughton.
I'HE GREAT   KEMEDY   OE
AGE.
THE
HOLLOWAY'S OINTMENT.
Tlio    tilt, I     of
thc   ointment
Systein
To the vi ry co o and rcntre qf al) dis a es
which affect the human body, this remarkable
prcpiira ion penetrates. It disappears under
the friction nl the hands, ns salt disappears
when rubbed u,ion meat. Thi unguent performs its healing errand rapidly, safely, aad
without pale, .-imple eruptions, open sun-s,
hard tumors, .fcrqlolom t)evelopm«Dti oj nil
kinds, alieeases, cancers, old lvoniiea. and, in
lact, every speci s of infl imtuation and suppuration, whether in tie skin, the flesh, the
glands, or among the muscles, can be arresteb
in ill destructive course, and permanently
cured without danger by rubbing iu this inestimable Ointment.
Bad   I,**;*,
Hint   lli-east>,
i '-<     .
Sores,   and
■e ti
For Sale Es Camden,
Heiletier. Boeder, nn* kngastma BIKers,
Oregon CMcr la bbls. and t*iat,
Claret In cufci, balf-taiki and rases,
teutonic and California White Wine,
Freneh lleobol to <».!'.,
Eay. cilquoi, niimm and Bollenger Cham.
pague,
And In More an  assonment of Rmndy
and Liquors mllable fur Ibe Trade.
10- Depot of Havana Cigars.
EUGENE THOMAS,
,„ c Vates street.
LIST OF AIIRIVALS
At the Mount Ararat Hotol during thc months
of June, July, and August, 1866.
June His Excellency Governor Kennedy, Mr
William   A  Q   Young, Mr.   Benj   W
Pearse.
July—Messrs Jas Wilcox, F Dnpray, Jas Reed
Macadam, John Dand, Louis Fhilpot,
F W Alwood, J R Ford, E S Hatch, Sir
Jas Douglas, D Fraser, E S Whitting-
ham.
August—H E Seelye, W E Stronach, J
' Roberison Stewart, Thos Lett Stal-
schmid•■, Robt Burnaby; John Nicholson, M M Titus, F W Green, Benj W
Pearse, Acting 8urveyor General, R
Hoinfray, H 0 Tiedemann ; James Mc-
Cutchan; Wm Denny, Wm Wilson,
Joseph Hilton, R D end J; Kennetb Mc-
Kensie, Jr, Wm B McKensie, David B
Blair, Chas Redlern, Chas Kent.
se 4-lm
FOE     S-A-I-.E3,
3*
Jn many Hospitals in Kurope this celebrated
remedy is now used for the cure ol old wounds,
Bores, and ulcers ; in Spain and Portugal, and
in many parts of Italy, the first Physicians re-
regularly prescribe ils use. Il is a sovc.cigr
remedy lor bud breasts and had legs; and likewise for all skin diseases. It is to be found in
lbe chest of nearly every sailor, soldier, an<<
emigrant.
iini>niii>ii' I.«   or   Vouth i—Sores   and
Ulcers.
The above class of complaints is surely re
ooved   by   nightly fomenting the   parts witl
nn water, and then by must effectmilly rub
oing in this Oiniment. Persons suffeiing Iron,
these direful complaints sliould line Dot a mn
ment in arresting their progress, ll should hi
a'detstood that it is nol sullleient merely lo
smear the Ointment on Iho affected parts, hut
it must tie well mbbad la lor some cotisidernlils
time tw or three times a day, tlmt it may he
taken Into the syitetn, whence il will ri'tnnv
only hidden sore nr won id   as  effectually   R,
though il "ere palpable to tl ye.    Bread and
water pou'lices, alter  Ihe   rubbing   In ill ll
Ointment, wl I do great service,   This  Is  Ih,
jnly proper tn-atiueiil  fbf leniiiles  in  i-a-es ol
cancer i.i Ibi stomach, or fur Ihusc wbo ttilli;
irom a gcnernl bearing do* n.
Piles, Fistula", HriMHIi
Blotches,asaUoswellings. can wilh certnicij
lie radically  cured   if the Oitilmeui   be  Ulei
freely, and the I'ills  be taken night and morn
ingns recommended in the printed Initrui-tlioni
Wheu ireated in any olhcrwiy thelecomplaint,
Diily dry up in one place lo break out in an-
nher; whereai this Ointment will remove tli.
humor from tlie system, and  leave the pulieri
i vigorous and Healthy being.   It will rcquir,
.iuie, aided by the use of tne Pills, lo ensure
asting cure
lll)illii il",   Dior.rhltls,   Soie   Throats,
Any of the above, class of diseases may be
•uredbywell   rubbing   the   Oiniment   tbree
.imes a day upon ihe skin covering tlie throat,
chest, and neck ot thc patient.    The  unguent
will soon penetrate tbe pores and give immed.
late relief.    To allay  Ihe lever and lessen tba
indamation, eight or ten Pills should be taken
night and morning.    Tbo Ointment will   produce perspiration, which is   so   essential   for
remo-ing  fevers, sore throats, and those oppressions   of the    chest   which   arise   from
Aslhn a, Bronchitis, and other causes.
Both the  Ointment and   Pills   should
Be used In the following Cases I
Had I***
Hit Breasts
Bums
Bullions
Biteol Mn.cht toes
and Sand-Files
oco-bay
Cbiego-foot
Chilblains
"happed Hands
Invaluable   Remedy.
Our first Physicianu  use It,  ond recommend
its   use;   tho   Apothecary finds   it   first
among the medicines called for, and
tbe wholesale Druggist considers
il a  leading article of his
trade.     All the dealers
in medicine speak
alike  in its fa-
vor;andits
reputation as a medicine of great
merit and virtue is fully and permanently established, and it is the great
Family MediciDe   of the Age-
Every Volunteer should have a bottle, in case
of sudden attacks of Disease.
Taken Internally, cures
Sndilcn Colds, Coughs, ke.,
Weiik Stomich,
General DeMIity,
Nursing Sore Month, Canker,
Liver Complaint,
Dyspepsia or Indigestion,
Cnitnp and pain in the Stouiuch,    ^
Howel Complninl,
Pum'ers' Colic,
Anintic Cholera,
DiurhoBtt and Dysentery.
Taken externally cures
Felons, Boils, and Old Sores,
Severe Burnt and Scalds,
Cuts, BruiBes and Sprains,
Swelling of the Juints,
Ringworm and Tetter,
Broken Dreiists,
Frosted Feet and Chilblains,
Toothache,
Fain in the Face,
>'eurulgia and Rheumatism.
WILLIAM   LYONS,
SHIIiPIPIKrO
— AND —
Commission      Agent,
On the Oornor of
Wharf and Johnson Street3-
se 3-2m
Ayer's Pills
Job   Printing
ESTABLISHMENT
Langley Street, Victoria,
The  Printing   Office
F-A.I3ST   KILLEE,
Tnken internally, should lie inlcltcrnteil
with milk or water, awl sweetened with
sugur, il desired, or made inlo a nvnip
wilh molasses. For a COUGH uml
HrtMii'liiif. a lew drops on .-ugir, Mien,
will lie more <-tV.-cliv thnn anything ebe
tot SORB THROAT, gargle the throiu
wiih ti mixture of I'aiu Killer and wuter.
nnd the rel.ef is itnuiediate und cure pom-
live
1ST It ihoold not he forgotten that
tba J'nin Killer is equally na uood to
tuke inli'itiuliy ns to use externnlly.
Eneh liottia is wrapped with ull dnec-
tlom for its use.
Price:. 25 cents, SO cents k $1- per bottle.
EX  FIDELITER
Are | micuUrlv adapted to
deratigomentKofthedigeitlve
apparatus, im I diseases arlt*
iiig fiom impurity of tbs
Hood. A hiv part (-f tit tha
complaints that afflict man*
kind originate tu oue of these,
anii<'.ii:sw|ui'iitly the»PiiAS
are found to cure taiay vari-
otltts of didcaao.
Subjoined arc the statements from eouie eminent phyii-
ciaus, of their effect* in tlieir practice.
As a Family Physic.
From Dr. E. W. Cartwright, of Sew Orleans.
"TourPitu are the prince nf purjn* Their eiwllent
qualities aurpass any cathartic we possess. They are mild,
but very certain an<I cir.-ctual in thoir orlion nn the bowels,
which niakt* them iuvatuuble to us iu the daily treatment
of diseare,"
Por Jaundice and all Liver Complaints.
From Dr. Theodore Bell, of A'cio l'ort City.
"Nnt only are vour Pn.i* admirably ftdaptpd to tbeir
purpose as an aperient, but I find their beneflriiil effects
upon the U\et very marked Indeed. They have in mf
practice proved more offcctuul for the cure of Mi'owcom-
ftaintt than anyone remedy I can mention. I sincerely
rejoice that we hnve nt length n purgative which ll worthy
tho sonfldeuce of the profession and the people."
Dyspepsia — Indigestion.
From Dr. Hewn J. Knox, of St. Lottis.
"Th* PIUS yu MN kind pnou^'h to nend me havo been
all uned iu niv praciii-e, aud havoKflti«tled me that they are
truly an extraordinary medicine. Ho peculiarly are they
adapted to the diseases or the human system, that they seem
to work upou them alone. I have cwed some cases of dyn*
pepsia and indigestivn with them, which bad resisted tha
other remedies we coninKinly URe. Indeed I have experi-
n,P1,taIlv fron- themt to l« elTertilul lu a»—•«■ *11 ^u «»• I
plaini»for which you recommend them.
Dysentery — Diakuihea — IlEtAX.
From Dr. J. O. Oreen, of Chicago.
"Your PiLtJ have had a long trial in my practice, and I
hold them in esteem an one of the best aperients I have erer
found. Their alterative effect upon the liver makes them
•n excellent remedy, when gjvra In smtill doses, for Odious
dyunttry and diarrhaa. Their sugar-coating makes them
rery acceptable aod cooveuieut for the use of women aud
children."
INTEKNAL OnSTRUCTION—WOIIMS—SUPPRESSION.   I
Fiom Mrs. E, Stuart, who practises as a Phytictan and Midwtft
in liattan.
" I find one nr two largo doses of vour I'll-tJ, taken it the
proper time, are excellent promotives nf tin* natural socr*
tloti when wholly of parilully siippnwed, and also very ef-
rwtunl (0 cleanse the stomach ami expel worms. They are
so much the best physic we have that I rscumiuendMother
to hi}' patients."
Conbtipation — Costiveness.
From Dr. J. I*. Vauohn. Montreal, Canada.
"Too much cannot !»• said of your Pail for the cure of
mtirenttts. it others of oof tntternity have found them
as efficacious as I have, they slmuld join (no in proclaiming
It for the iM-neflt of the multitudes who suffer Ron OlU
complaint, which, although bad tnongb in itself, is the pro-
BCtiitor of others that aro morse. I Inlievi' eoititvneu to
originate in the liver, but your Pius affect that organ aud
cure ttiediscas. "
Impurities op the Bi.ood —Sorofila — Ert-
bipei.as —Salt Uiikim—Titter — rcMoits
— Hhkumatis.m — Ootr — Nn raloia.
From lh. JMMtl IMI. Philadelphia,
« You were rlcbt,Dootor, lo HylDgthX r <ur V\U*pitryfy
thebUmd Tbey do thnt. I have iH.-d ihein of late years In
my practice, andagrw- with nOI lt»t«n«ll«ol tli-ir eftlaicy.
Tliey allinulate tbaaXCTtWrUa, mid OUTJ > ff the ini[iiirlil.s
that itagnnti- lu the blOOd, MgMftriBI dlst'as*. They
lUnalate Un orgMU of di^Mlion, and iufuw vitality and
Tlfpir Into tin- -v-t-ni
•■ >,|i), n't lies us you prepare are a national Mosul, aud
fw dmrrs jwrt «H lorUw«.H
For Hi;unnii:- BlOl HlA0AOH»—Pon 8T0K«
ACII—Pll.ES—DltOPrtV — J'l.EIIIDlU—PAOALYblS
— Kits —Ac.
From Dr.  Edward dttjt\ Bad!ttore.
"pE*n Xnt. auk   I i.niMi   ■  m '-rmplalnti
I have rurett with yonr Pail bt iter limn to **> all that xrt,
nrrtrtat udh a purgtCttr SurfttM    I  DlMi (Ml do|#nd.
•ncenn an dhrtoal orttartlc In my daily poowi «nh dis-
Mse.and btUtvfag «" 1 •'" 'bat yoqr I'liut allunl u» 'he host
we have, I of course value tbem highly."
49- Most of the rills In markot contain Mcmiry, which,
although a valuable remedy In skilful hands, ll dangerous
to a public pill, from the dreadful consequences that frequently follow its incautious use. Those contain uo mercury or mineral substance whatever.
EVENING
TELEGRAPH
Office ia replete with every appliance
and variety of Material for the
Execution of
LETTER PRESS  PRINTIHii!
Iu till itR branches, whether
Plain or ornamental
V
'HE   OFFICE   AIMS  at  securing
jucL   speedy  Eiec-ution of orders ns il
conaiiUot wilh   correct and   eli-gatit Work-
■naaihip.
Orders received for Printing
! Uooks,
Pamphlets
OatalognM
.Sermons,
Baportl
Rentnls,
Leases,
I Law Forms of every
ih-ncription,
Business Cards,
Invoices,]
Bill Heads,
Trade 1'orms,
Circulars, (Plain
Coloured,)
Hunil    Bills.   (Plats 01
ColonrnlJ
For Prices,   apply   at the
Lanffley street,
Office
A
WITH TEAR-
Will work in
A   GOOD MARE (IN FOAL)
■A.   ling colt   by   her   side.
single or double harness.
Apply fct the
Oflice of the Evening Telegraph
I.ASGLBY STREET. se 9
Sol.l »t t
^4, str"nd.
Porns (Cjrna)
Rhrnmatism
Cancers
Uaids
O ntracted
and
Sore NIpplM
Slit! Joints
8> re Throat
(■:in|il',r.riti«tSlB
Skin diseaa
Scurvy
G»ut
Sore .heads
llaAduUr    Swell-
I'tiinora
lings
I leers
i- mbago.
Woundi
I'ilea
\ aw*
bllshment   ol
PllPFEflSOB   HODOW*
T^Diph   Bai
, Lr
nti.'ii ;   also by a
■esDecUbln iVuukIsIi cai Pmlcr. In MOillclims Ihrougb
niltl.e civilil.il world, at tlie foll-wlnit piieen   ls.lM
I (i.  tn id-'. 11".. 'tt-, *nd S3a, wch Pot.
.,*   Tlmre • » cooilder«bleii»viDgbj'.aklng the lir^t,
MM.
N B — I'lreuMotn tor tho rnlduieo of P«tl»nU In tr«t
dliordor art affiled to eaeh Pot.
Choice Lot of Bacon
Jamt   Arrived.
For Sale by
au 2
P.  Gilligan,
STOKE BTRKBT
EXPRESS LINE STAGE?-
rtillK
COACHES   OP   TniS   LINE   W-
now run  regularly, leaving   Yale,
11iiiu!:i   s,
And FrJdayw
AT 7. A. M.,
FOB    SAVANA'8    FFBBI
(Big Bend Route), until the completion ot the
rond, when tiiej will go to Savana's lerry.
The Coach for Cariboo will  leave Yale on
Monday.
it-
T. J. BARNARD.
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
Hai long bei-n manuffti-tiiri-d by a practical chemist, and
every ounce ot It under liis own eye. with invariable area-
racy and care.   It is sealed and protected by law from counterfeits, ond consequuntly can bo relied on aa penulne,
without adiiltenilion.   It mippllea the surest remedy the
world luw ever known for the enre of all pulmnnary com-
BlalnUi for Coughs, Colds, HmnsKsKS, Asmm, Caocp,
WHoofiNO OtTOOE, DnoNcniTis. InaHBB CoNsc»rnos, and
for tho relief of consuniplive patients in advanced stapes of
the disease.   As time makes these facts wider nnd better j
known, thla medicine has cnidually become tho best reliance of the afflicted, from tho log cabin of tbo American
peaaan! to the palacea of European kinga.    Throughout
this entire country, in every state and city, and Indeed al- :
most every hamlet it contains, Cnrwiv Pectoral ia known j
as tha best of all remedlea for dlaeiuea of tho throat and .
tunes   In manv foreign countries it is extensively used by I
their most Intelligent physicians.   If tliere ts any depend-
tem on what men of every nation certify it has done for
them; if we can truat our own eenses when we see the dangerous allcclions of the lungs yield to it; If we can depond
on the assurance of Intelligent physicians, whose business j
ii to kuuw ( in short, if tliere is any relianco upon any J
thing, then is It irrefntably proven that tbia medicine dole
core the class of diseases it is designed for, loyond any and
all other remedies known to mankind.   Nothing but its Intrinsic virtues, and the unmistakable beoellt conferred on
thousands or sufferers, could originate and maintain the
reputation it enjoys.   While many inferior remedies havo
been thrust upon the community, havo failed, and been
discarded, this has gained friends by every trial, conferred I
tenefts on the afflicted they can never forget, nnd produce!) |
eurea too numerous and remarkable to be forgotten.
Prepared toy »'• *- <?• A^EB,
PRACTICAL AND ANALYTICAL CHEMIST,
•       LOWELL, MASS.
JLXP SOLD BF
MOORE St, Co., Victoria,
AND ALL DRUGGISTS.
nil
General News Agent
J. Mradnaii.
EMPIRE NEWS DEPOT
Cor. Washington &, Sansome st?.
San Francisco.
THR ADV HTlsKR is prepared to supply
vviili punctuality und celerity the annexed
ut-wspuper?. and periodicals upon the following
terms All orders, to receive immediate attention, must be nccompunicd hy cash remittance,
nnd handi-il in previous to the 4th, 14th, and
24lh of each month.
London Daily Times $14 00
Ilia Field  H00
li      llliptrat-d Times  7 00
"      Weekh Tinn-s       TOO
•»       Beliv Lire in London 14 00
•      Weekli DiM-alcb 14 00
"       III. Newtofli.e Wo,Id  14 00
>'      Public Opinion  7 60
'     index (Free Trade) 14 00
"      III.  Sporting News  8 00
"      Spectator  14 00
II Ile-lOW    H00
■•      Saturday Kevl»w 14 00
DilbP" Nation 12 00
londu-i Illustrated Heira 14 00
•    Atlact'-l Monihl; SOU
Black iv ond*. Magazine ■ 8 00
H,arpi'. M*e:i7.ine     8 00
Sixpenny Magume 3^0
Knickerbocker 86
Pacific V inf It. ■   .■'••• 80u
Coilev'i-UdiesBoGt .SOO
Molhsal Bust SOO
Continental Magazine 8 00
Minium Demorest's    on'lilv 3 00
F. I.eslie'1 new Family Maesz-ne  3 00
Chambers' Ktlinbrrgh   ournal 4 00
Monthly   papers, "nee a   Week 8 00
• • ii      AllthaTear Round 5 00
Thackeray's forahilliianazine a OC
London Lancet 8 00
3. A   Pala'e Temple Bar 6 00
London Society Jfazaline 8W)
St. James Magazine 0 00
F.ilinborgh Review 10 00
London  lleview 10 00
Noith British Rev'ew 10 00
ifeetmiustcr Re-iew 10 00
Lnnden Art Jc,nijud„ l»0O
Main;*  Sm.'.tiai lfl[ 10 00 dSbtniitg   CtUgntjjIj.
FRIDAY EVKNINU, OOIOBBB 5, 186G.
Tbe I'ullllt al <£u. silou
If anything shows  more  clearly  than
•nothcr tho   wretched  character   of the
persons  who have  opposed  the  popular
movement for a change iu the (joveiiiiuciit
of the country, it ie  tho cowardly course
they have pursued.    Not a sing'e individual of tlicui bai ever resorted lo argument—the   only   legitimate   method   of
dealing with public questious.    From the
rowdy action of turning off the  gag in
lbe Theatre  to  the  self-dubbed loyalty
trash and pointless abuse of the Chronicle,
indecency, fulsehood, and  cowardly blus.
ter  haVB   been  the  only  weapons used.
Not an effort bas been mude lo show thai
the people of this colony would bo better
off under   the  expensive and  inefficient
eystem of Government we are required in
the future to sustain thun under a form of
rule as cheap and as liberal as that which
exists in   Washington  Territory—uot an
individual has dared to come forward and
tell tbe people of Vancouver Island that
it is well for them  tbat thc  resources of
their colony should be locked up, that industry should  lie tabooed, that the   mechanic  aud  artizan  generally  should be
driven from  the  country, and  that  the
population  should be reduced  to  a few
whiskey dealers with the Indians.    And
yet this is the gist of the whole matter.
It was only ou  Wednesday the  steamer
Active took from  our wharves  over one
hundred   and   twenty   pasbeugere.    The
Portland steamer week ufter week carries
its load ; aud thc most unfortunate  and
•ickening  aspect of this exodus is  the
bet that a large portion of those who are
leaving  are  Inmilies,   and   families that
have been  in the  colony  for  years.    Is
there therefore anything moro insulting to
the  intelligence of the community under
such a slate of things ns this, than for a
newspaper   to come  out and   wilh the
vanity of somo silly boy, tell  the people
" all  is not lost—trust in  it—it is loyal
to the core.''    What does the man out of
employment care for such spurious stuff
as Chronicle loyalty ?   What does   any
person in the community who is Buffeting
from  the  present state  of things (und
who is not?) care for this Brammagcn
attachment  to  the   Crown,   this   boguB
fealty ?    If it were genuine would it add
a single dollar to the wealth of the  colony ? and the fact of its  not being genuine, the fact thnt its proprietors or conductors are held in the utmost contempt
by the community because of their lack
of political   honesty   'tnd  independence,
only makes the matter as despicable as it
is ridiculous.    Who have betrayed public
interests,  lowered  tho  standing  of   the
population of the colony abroad, gone to
every depth of public ignominy to please
tbe Executivo  of Vuucouver  Island, but
these very individual*  of tbe   Chronicle
who now prate of loyally ?   Surely they
are, with all their oblusi-nes*, not blind to
the fact that nobody believes them.    The
public  voice  is  unanimous  in declaring
tbat tbo dastards who prove false to the
people  can never prove  faithful  to the
Crown.
We havo snid not a singlo individual
has dared to come forward to refute our
position ; a few ruffianly poltroons talk
of throwing rotten eggs at men coming
forward to discuss public questious—questions which affect the well-being of the
entire community—hut the rotten-egg
argument is the best indication of
tbe rotten cause, and the most
convincing proof ot the cowardice and
incapacity of tho parties using it. Iu
the absence of argument, therefore, on
the part of the " loyalty-mongets,' we
can only toke up the rubbish which is
given ns as a substitute. In yesterday's
Chronicle an appeal is made to tbe
Americans in order to prejudice them
against Mr. M'Clure. This is rather a
good joke for rampant loyalty to come
down on its knees to the foreigners it is
stigmatizing, and ask them for assistance
in preserving the country from an annexation foiling which, most laughable of all,
it declares doeBu't exist! Verily the fool
only wants sufficient rope to hnng himself
But what is tbe crime of Mr. M'Clure,
with wbich these bogus British subjects
of tbe Chronicle charge him ? Why, being
intensely British iu sentiment and favoring
the Southern States in 1862 I—that is,
doing what nine out of every ten English
newspapers did during the early stage of
the American war, when the North was
foil of blnster, when it exhibited but few
of tbe  great qualities   which   afterwards
came out,   and wheu it  wus   insincere on
the  question  of slavery.    Mr.  M'Clure,
however, unlike  many editors of British
newspapers, when he  saw that the North
had   throwu  aside  incompetency and  it •
viiiccri'y, when ils mission inc.urn- a much
holier one thnn   lliat on which   it siuilcd,
In i-■nn-un nnlctit mlvoi'iit,- of tbt Northern cutise—tin  advocacy that wns not diminished   by personal   ob.v rvuliou of the
people in   Ilie Northern Hates  while  the
war  wus  ftolttg  on—and   an   advocacy
which, feeble ns it was, he put forward iu
both Ihe English and Canadian press.   So
much for our contemporary's "appeal to
lbe   Americans''    We   will   assist   him,
however, iu tliut appeal by saying we care
for neither the good nor the bad opinions
of the Americans any more than we care
for the good or bad opinions ol Englishmen.   Whut we cons der just and necessary we will advocate, whether it plBMU
or diipletsesSliy portion of our population.
We admire ihe liberality  of tbe institutions bf tlie United States and the energy
of character which   that liberality  brings
out, but this admiration does not lead us
into   humiliation   before   the   American
people,  any moro thun   beiog u   British
subject leads us to swallow every indignity
because it comes from British hands.  The
only policy we have pursued since we came
to tho colouy is the policy we aro nt present   pursuing— that   of   entleavcring  to
benefit the country.    We  have carried
out this policy, when it   was a serious loss
lo us to carry it out ; we have advocated
questions when nineteen-twentictli.s of the
community were against ns, und persisted
in their udvocucy until tbey wero it success.
We do not intend lo niter our programme
nt this lute duy.    We   have  commenced
the present agitation and we are   determined to carry it through.   In doing so we
shull resort to  nothing but what is  fair,
constitutional,  and   legitimate.     If   we
cannot beat our opponents we shall never
skulk behind cognomens, or perpetrate rowdyism at public theatres ; we shull never
call upon our friends lo   rotten-egg  any
person who espouses nn opposito cuuse to
our own.    We are  strong in the consciousness of right.    We know Ihe cause we
advocate  is the  only one to  preserve   a
vestige    of   British   sentiment   on   the
Pacific ; the only one to  save the colony
from hopeless  destruction;  the  only one
to   bring  people  buck  to  our   deserted
houses, to induce  men to till our unoccupied lands, to open  up our  mineral resources, to piake  the  country alivo witb
industry, aid the homes of the people the
abodes of happiness.    We can be hold in
the advocacy of so  noble a  cause ;   we
can afford to despise the miserable opposition of a few  degraded   meu  who  nre
willing to shout for any thing that brings
witli it office or emolument, aid thu paltry
personalities of ricketty journalists, whose
principles rise and full   according to ad-
vertlsing patronage—not only because wo
know we are in tho right, but because we,
are Certain of success.
New Advertisement!
Mrs.   Hcin
KEEPS   CONST WTI.Y  ON'   HAKD   THi-
iODI ill
ISA ILZLHSTEiRY,
—il —
Prices to Suit tho Times,
t:nVi;i(VV!.M'    BTRIKf
lleiwe-n Fiirt and Imiigtati 0. »" '
New Atlvtrtist'iii'nis.
Jesse  Cowper,
Nt w Advertisement*.
tt
VIRGINIA
li
By Steamship Active.
TOBACCO   &   SEGARS
FOB   T n E   M1L LI 0 N !
F    CAMPBELL,
Hns received   ihe most  celebrated VIRGINIA BRANDS by express from
Sew York City,
Twists, Railroad,  May Flower*
AND Till;
ADELPHI   COLD   BAR,
.Manufactured expressly for bim,
ATLANTIC A\1) PACIFIC CABLE TWIST
and other Tobaci oi loo numerous to
met tiin.
Meerschaum, Bnar Root,
—AND—
ALL KINDS OF PIPES,
Playing Curd*. Matches—all
varieties.
Havana   Cigars
By Ihe Cargo or Sample.
IS* Office of C. F.  Green's  Victoria
und Esquimult Express.
I', t ttll'lill.I.,
oc4 ADELPHI SEOAll STORK.
NOTICE.
\SD AFTER THIS DATE I WILL
accept
New Advertisements.
THE PARK HOTEL
TjiROM
Bank Bills for Eents
Or feStaiiy other puym- uts to be made to me.
II.   E.   SEELYK.
Victoria, V. I., Oct. 3, 18C6. oc 3
'PUIS WELL KNOWN AND BBAUTI-
J. fully situated Hod in now lilted up in
the most luxiir.ous style for boarders and
lodgers.     Private   rooms   can   bo   had   for
parties.
A  TABLE
WILL    BE
D'HOTE
AFTERNOON
LAID    EVERY
AT    5   O'CLOCK.
Every description of amusement, including
music, is provided for the guests.
Ladies and gentlemen can Iind in the Park
Hotel a c imfortuble and limn- mis home.
'1 lie best of wines and liquors kept on band.
Ladies can have free use of a phaeton for
town drive.
Boarding by the week at low prices to unit
the  times. oc 5
ALICE   BROWN'S
FANCY   TWIST
SMOKING TOBACCO
JUST RECEIVED AT
A..   F.   KEYSER'S,
Together with some fine
HAVANA. CIGAR* DIRECT.
Also on hand
Wine Sap, Peach, Apricot, Mary's Own,
Light Ptessed, Natural Leaf, Buffalo
. Tongue, and Atlantic Gable
Tobacco-
JDST RECEIVED  PER BARK RIVAL
A Fine Assortment of
Meerschaum   Pipes.
Call and examine.
oc 5-lm
Queen Charlotte Coal
Mining Company (Lim.)
Notice  of   Meet^g.
AX EXTRAORDINARY GENERAL MEET-
ing of Miiirebolders oftlifs Company will
be held in tho office of the Company, Citv
Council ClinmbcrH, on THURSDAY, the llth
duy of October, inst., at one o'clock p.m., for
the purpose of electing Directors ; as some
doubts have arisen as to the legality of the
election of the pn-sent Boiird.
The fourth Ordinary Meeting of tho Company will be held at the same Lour und place
on WedBtldftJ tht 17th day of October inst.,
for receiving (Jiiartcrly Report and gontral
business.
Cor. Broad and Trounce sts., 1
October 8, 1866. /
oc3 J. S. WILLIS, Secretary.
Wliulrsiile am! ltd nil Dealer iu
BOOTS AND SHOES,
LEATHER,
—AND—
SHOE    FINDINGS,
VATBS    STREET,
OPPOSITE WELLS, FARGO k Co
At the old stand of Webster k Co., i<
prepared to Buppljr the wanla of the
public iu liis line.
The Latest Stvles
Received liy every arrival from Efoglai C
and San   Krancisco. oc 'I
fashioiTmusic hall,
ADJOINING WELLS, FARGO k CO'S,
Yates    Htreet.
rilllE   PROPRIETOR  TAKES GREAT
1    pl-nsure iu announcing the arrival of the
celebrated
PIUXIA DONNA k 1'IANISTE,
Madam Josephine Berndt,
Who will every evening entertain the Tisitori
with selections from thc mosl favorite
O F E R, A. H ,
And the most
POPULAR BALLADS,
In English,   French,   Italian, Oerman,
Hungarian, Spanish, etc., etc-, etc-,
Being one of the most accomplished
Lingusts and Vocalists of the Day
In addition tn the talented Madam Berndt
the services of the following galaxy of beauty
have been engaged to wait upon customers:
MISS   MILROY,       MISS   SWEET,
"      DEYRIES, "      WALSH,
MADAM  ORENIEH.
Open every evening at 8J p.m.
-ADMISSIOlXr      FREE.
C.     BROOKS,
oc 1 Proprietor.
Chronicle   copy
IIAVANACIGARS.
LEWIN  &  ANTHONY,
TOBACCONISTS.,
47 Tates St., Brick Store
Next to Corner of (loveriiraeut St.,
Bl-'.r, TO IM'tiUM THEIR FRIENDS AND
t e pnblic in general that they will con-
sUuily receive by every steamer a good as-
-iirtme'ii ut Ceniilue i< aiunii « litai*
nnd the lies! lil'KOdN nl IiiImcio,
iinpnrii d direct for this market, ao tbat they
are able HlMMM witb iinyhruseon tbii
Island, cither Wholesale or Retail.
N.   B—Special   attention will  be paid   to
HEIMAN   LEWIN.     I     LOUIS ANTHONY,
oc 2
NEW    WEST-MINSTER
GAME   DEPOT,
YATES   ST.,
Next door to  t'tif oornnr of Government,
opposite Zclner'a Drug Store.
IMIE  SUBSCRIBER HAVING MADE AR-
1     rangi'ini-nts  to  receive   from   different
parties the produ c of tba Island and country
will be prepared to lurnish
Game,
Fish,
Fruits,
Poultry,
Eggs    and    Vegetables,
Each  aud  all in  their season, at the lowest
prices.
JAMES   ALLE1\.
ocl lm
REMOVAL.
POWELL   HAH  REMOVED HIS
gery aud  Residence tn tbe corner uf
DOUGLAS  AND  BROUGHTON   STBKBTS
to  13  II., and  8
au 20
Dll.  PO
.Surgery and  Residence to the corner ul
DOUGLAS  .
(nuir l'ort).
Ornca Hotjas—9 A. M.
P. I, tu 10 I*. M.
August 23.
TvTOTIO-'E.
THE ROYAL HOTEL,
Wharf   Street,
HAS REDUCED ITS PRICES TO MEET
the times, and clean comfortable beds
run be obtained for 25 eentM per uight or $1 60
per week.    Board $1 per day.
S. HILL,   Proprietress.
N. B —The Hotel Is fire-proof. oc 1
BANK   OF  BRITISH   COLUMBIA.
London, 3d August, 1801.
I^ROM AND AFTER 25tii SEPTEMBER,
180(1, Ma. Daviii Maiihiiai.l Lash will
cease to bc Manager of this Bank ill theso
('oliiuies, nnd ils. Wm. CttBTis Wakii is
authorised to perform Ihe duties of Principal
Ollicer uf the Hunk in these Colonies, signing
nil documents as Acting Manager.
By order of the Court of Directors,
JAS. D. WALKER,
se 20-lm Inspector.
Orient al Restaurant,
YATES   STREET,
In connection with the Oriental Hotel.
rpHIS   ESTABLISHMENT   IS   OPEN AT
X   ALL HOURS OF THE DAY OR NIUHT.
THE    TABLE
Will be furnished with the best the market
affords.
Breakfast,
Dinner,
Supper
At moderate prices,
Oysters   in   every   Style.
Private Rooms for sm ill or large parties.
Call nud judge for yourselves.        se 30-lm
"ROUND THE CORNER"
IS THE NAME OF THE
3>t:e"W   s-A-looist
JUST OPENED IN
Lnngley   Street,   round   the
corner from Yates slreet,
In the building formerly  occupied   by   the
Saloon uf EiiKiiHAiiii-r's Hotel.
The Saloon has been tastefully refitted,
uud will bo supplied with thu
FIRST   QUALITY   OP
Wines  and Liquors.
The proprietor respectfully invites the public lo call "ROUND THB CORNER" »nd
judge for tlietnselvss.
UOVEItNEF.NT   BTilKET     ENTHANCE — NEXT
door to the Talagraph Ufllco.
sc 29 J t€On   HERKIMER.
H- Turner & Co.
GOVERNMENT STREET,
VICTORIA, V. I.
LONDON   FIRM,
J- P- Tunstall & O0.
LONDON    HOUSE,
September, 1866.
We have received by " Royal Tar" and late Express arrivals a
great part of our Autumn and Winter Stock. It comprises as usual a
full assortment of Staple and Fancy Goods.
Linens, Cottons, Prints, Damasks,
Blankets, Flannels. &c,
Dbess Goods, The New Linseys, Serges, Merinos,
Poplines, Plaids, &c.
Shawls—Rich Broche, Wool, Himalayan, &c,
Ladies' and Children's Underclothing,
Mantles, Furs, Hosiery, Embroideries, Lace
Goods, &c.
Millinery - Wreaths, Head Dresses, a beautiful selection
of Bonnets in tbe Lamballe, Pamela, and other new
shapes;   Hats in silk, velvet, and straw.
This department is now under the direction of a First Class French
Milliner, who arrived by last steamer.
Tlie above goods have been selected by our London partner with great
care, and will be sold on most favorable terms.
se21
J.   H.   Turner   &   Oo.,
Agents for Alexandre's Kid Gloves.
-    - - <£bcnhig   culcgntplr.
FRIDAY EVENING, OCTOBERS, 1868.
COMMERCIAL
MIIII'IMMi   INI .   '.l.tlilCM fc..
rOKT OK VIUTUHIA.  VANOOUViilt   ISLAND
MTiiitn.
Oct 4—Sip Ocean Queen, Smith, San Juan
CMAIIO.
Oct 4 —Sip Thornton, Warren, San Juan
Caiiue Caroliue, Comiess, Ban .Iiihii
PuuipbuoI'I Fiamtua —The editor of the
Nanaimo Tribune has been visiting some of
the farms in that vicinity, atucug others thc
"Cornish Farm, of which he speaks thus:—
"It is the best example of what energy and
•kill, backed by a little capital, can accomplish in t'ie way of firming that we have
seen in thc colony, and one that numbers of
our agriculturalists night find it profitable to
imitate. From Mi*s«rs Francis nnd Nicholas,
the proprietors, we received the following information : Thc breadth of land under cereals
this year was 40 acres, about two-thirds oats,
the remainder in barley. The oat erop wus a
very heavy one, and the quality first*olaaB.
The yield of barley wns astonishingly great.
On one portion of tho farm, where about a
hundredweight of seed was sowu, the yield
amounted to three tons. The turnip crop ra
not so well forward as it should hnve brer
had the weather been luoislcr ; it looked
healthy, however. The potatoe crop wns
beyond the average, bolh in quantity and
yield. Messrs F. and N. have forty head of
stock on the firm, tbe l:l,e number of hogs,
and a largo number of geese ami fowl. Besides tbe land under tillage—about CO acres
—they have over 250 acres of meadow, off
which they sold this year upwards of $1500
worth of hav."
Faou Nanaimo.—The Sir James Douglas
arrived down last evening. Wc condense the
following items of news from the Nanaimo
Tribune ; a miner named Win. WlgneU was
badly injured last Monday week in Douglas
Pit by a runaway skip coming down the incline and striking him, crushing his back and
hips. Ho is getting better. * * * The
• even young men reported "missing" huve
turned up, with plenty of game. Tliey will
give no information about tbe result of their
prospecting * * * * Constable Stuart
and two assistants caplured at Departure liny
two canoes containing "0 gallons of Indian
whiskey which hud hern shipped from Victoria
by a man named (.tiller. Three otlier canoes
coutniaiug cargoes of "tnngle-leg" were allowed to escape as the constable's canoe could
stow away no more * * The ship Riviere,
at) days from Sau Francisco, arrived at Nanaimo last Monday week, with 00 tons of
freight, chiefly for Ounnlnjhaa Bros, and
Mayer.
This Sailors' How.—The thieo sailors and
two civilians charged with kicking up a row
in Jolm-oii street and assaulting ollicer
Abson, were brought up to-day on remand.
After hearing further evidence, thc magistrate discharged Tadhunler, the civilian who
was in tho boat when the sailor jumped into
it, there being nothing against liirn. To the
sailors and civilian the niagUtrn'c gavo a reprimand, telling them tliey .should have assisted the ollicer ins'.eml of resiatiug him, and
warning them against tiie grave offence of
rescuing a prisoner, which was a crime bo I
might havo sent them up to trial lor. lie
would fine White, the chiel aggressor, $20
or two months imprisonmeut, and the other
two sailors aud the civilian $10 each, or oue
mouth. Tho magistrate gave olliucr Abson a
high character for steadiness   and sfBciaaoy,
Whstbbx Ukion Telkuiiai'U—The Nanaimo
Tribune says :—A cauoc arrived from Skenn
River last evening with Mr. Robertson and
six of the Telegraph Company's operatives
on board. Tho telegraph had been laid tea u
distaneo of 350 miles beyond the mouth of
Quesnelle, and was still progressing northwards al thc rate of Jij miles per day. Mr.
Robertson says tIlu greater puttion of tbe
country over which the line passes is magnificent prairie land, the grass on it in some
places reaching ns high as eight ami ten fi el;
It was well watered by numerous small lakes
and streams. The company had about loo
men employed—whites aud Chinese—when
our informant left.
Till Late Sintiiirr's Funbuai,.—Owing to
the funeral taking place yesterday just before
wo went to press, our uotico was necessarily
brief and imperfect. Among tho pall-bearers
we omitted the same of Mr. J. P. Davies ;
also that at Christ Church and tho Cemetery
the Rev. Dean Cridge conducted the regular
funeral services, while Mayor Franklin,
Master of Victoria Lodge, read the Masonic
Burial Service.
Pilomotors. To shew the wonderful effect
that the scurrilous letter in thc Chronicle of
the 4th inst., signed "Loyalist," produced
on Mr C. B. Young, the letter signed "Monitor was two days in our offico before "Loyalists" letter was published I From what we
can learn "Loyalist's" letter may result in
very disagreeable consequences to himself.
A Literary TniEF.—The Chronicle coolly
appropriates several items of interest from
the last Nanaimo Tribune without giving that
paper credit. This is an old gamo of our disreputable neighbor's and one that is looked
upon with contempt by respectable journalists
everywhere.
Street Row.—Joe Eden was brought up in
the Police Court this morning, charged by
officer McAdam with creating a row in the
streets last night. Joe at once " acknowledged the corn," stating that he had been
"keeping a birthday" and was rather intoxicated.   He was fined $1.
Alamo Down.—The steamer Fideliter
afri*4 in Portland yesterday at 2 p.m.
TELEGRAPHIC.
Europe.
Nmv Yottt, ct. 2.—Foreign aitltts
rcii-.Tc, i.v tin- Oii; of Par - may
farther explanation   of   tlr-  idea
ii    tin    h^agllsh   mi
lli'tivJ rami   untl   continued   high   un.   -
bare Inn •-"»-< 1 * ma  injury oa tbi
in mi.-.t   of il,,   n.'iii-ultiiritl   dis'i
Bngl ind mnl  Ireland     In t
tbi   l<M »i I    li-   heavy, !   .  iv pa
i tnui ilng in tin- a
urn. li tint  tliey will only be li   foi
■bile the stendiiu; cropa ar« rot tea «t tbe
bottom.   Barley, oats, paa* mnl poti to
huve all Kperienctd  daaage.     Proa
."cotlaiid lim reports un- unfavorable
The HUM observiiliuu uppliea with even
greater force to inilniul.
Tiie full Mull GuziUe gives the lei
lowing stii'teini'iit ol tin: Papal (MBcnltj
While preparing lor thu event nalttj ul
flight, tlie rope i> aUo coutenplatlng the
poeeiblliij ol beii_■ detained onptl o at
Koine, and n« a t'Oiuequonco has drawn
op u lecrel bull delrgatiui{ bis full mi,...-i-
to a cardinal whom  certain rea • pre
real bis naming ut pratent. Aeaoona
the Hoy Father ia laken eaptire or deprived of his apostolic liberty, tiis cardinal will repair to Vienna or London,
and there publish tbe bull Which is now
to bis possession. All Cat hole 11 -lm i
all priests, and ull the faithful are, lining
tbe captivity Of l e Sofertigu Pontiff, u
address tbemaelrea to this orgou of the
l'ojio reduced to alienee, and who will be
thu Interpreter ol l'cter in boude.
Eaalerot
Washington, pet. 3.—ibe household
effects left at thc Arllog on Mansion by
Qeneral Lee, or rather the fragments re
mailing of tbem, wen- recently delivered
to tlio party authorized by Qeneral Lee
to receive tbem. This was done, the
Notional Intel igencer says, nuder an order
from tbe Preeldent. It appears tbat
nearly everything of any value had been
stolen. Many valuable paintings, Including
some of tho family portraits, wore taken
from the frames, packed in boxes and
stored since 1861 • These boxes bare
men broken open and everything of real
vu.ue taken away, una letters und private
papers of General Lee scattered over the
hom".
The Herald's Was'iinpto:: special Mrs
General Di.x will only bold bis appoint
ment as naval offle'er for n few days.   He
has a pted the mission io France, which,
I understand, was offered to liiifcui'li Mr.
Seward's full und cordial approval,
Whether this I'uct is an indication of a
change in our foreign policy, I must leave
J'uu to infer from the Gciii-rul's well
known opinions in regurd to Mexico uud
the Monroe Doctrine.'
Mexico.
New York, Oct. 8.—Snntn Anna was
overrun yesterday by parties who are
anxious to enter ihe services of \Ii-x c.>.
It ia reported I hut ti firm ou South  Street
iuis been commisBoned to hoy up six
steamers for the service of tlm Liberals.
The loan of live millions of dollars, which
Sinttt Anna was negotiating, bus been
concluded with three bunking houses in'
this ciiy.
f anuria.
New York. Oct 3—Tho Herald special
says, the Fenian prisoners iu Toronto will
bu tried next week.
Loyal j-screamers.
Eiiitor of tuk Evksixu Ti ItSG ii a en,—Sin :
Seeing a letter in your paper toe oilier evening
descriptive of the cbaractori who are putting
on tlic garb of false loyalty for dtshouMt purposes, I take the liberty of DO ting sunn- of
tin-in mors ieoislvely than did even votu eoc*
respondent " Looker-On.' Biggins of tbe
OKrotielt, who is now so blal int aboul liis ti-
Uchmsnl to the British 'l l,mnn ami Ilriiish
institutions, only s wei k oi is ago In tnj pn
senee, and in the   pre.'in I several gSDtla
men nu Wharf street, wh tn testlfj to tha
troth of what I tan - tld bi would no In for
Annexation, ifhttnougkl il I i«U tuccteiiaoi
Cochrane, who wa o loyal in the Theatre,
uo later than li--' wi 1>-- deolan A, In lbs presence of leyi ral  |    tit ipso  wbo are read/
at nny lima to sub I I    late tba asi erl  that
be would like to see Annex lion or any other
change tliat would raise be price of real
estate I No e. sir, what can the public think
of such fellows as these? Talk ol r lieu
eggs I I leave it to the public If t.r and feathers and riding on a rail wuuld not be more
suitable treatment?
Jons Bolt/,
Special ftnflcc*.
BfaoriL.—Messrs. Suluuion lir-is. have rt-
■ iug  ou
intent street, opposite the St  N
Hotel.
IIHII   ,
I  nn len   .tiling, wfcii b   ihey will
house in town. Gh
a call. *
DtOBI PAtMl its  for
li-ackiiig, playing and Uu ;.-s,and
ba left wi'h
II tlonera and
ii >oV --i - r . Ooveraeienl street, «,r at bl
deoco, ue i tba top of Fori street. *
Atsx J. II. Turner
.V i .... London Hoii-i, havi. i-.eived to-duy,
by   Bapress  from  Paris, a full  assortment of
l.-xiiinlr. 'a luinoii-, kid glove., for whieh
they are tl"- solo ageu'S iu Vancouver I-lnud
and Ilriiish •'■ lutnbia. *
Fhunch Mtuiesar—Tbe millinery depr.rt-
inent »t Louden Hou e is now under tbo mun-
i of a 'aily who urrived by last steamer from Parle.   I. II. Tomxs k Co.        *
New  A-lvertinetni.Tili'.
Hollowat'i I'.-i ,—W.   hou   DI tbwalOenplalata,
.. ■ tv*tDtstsaat, too it lefiuu.it
.   |
.-  k" .wn tint l...ili c>n>ia hu.! .tinrliap. <!"•
,|    .;   I",..   j  , .,.„        I ( III i |        ,   :    .,
,. ir baw*U,*e aim* delatarieoi .inter II
'-   Pills oaa . Kje 1 - Ither
H    i.  ...    Tliey  c.jno nt, ite   taasur
il   i  ■ stirs, r<  BJadoe ii.d
,treneihn*iiig  u^lir.., ana thus exert ovtrevarylo*
ter    I of   ■ 0 Dal      c.-nlr lliu^ u.Ili n ■   g
naeeassryt i s,.ti  ■ -,.-■ . x,    -ive amloa In lh..-liun*n
: <r       I I . i   ms!   ba adi.u; ,
n   iii,-,ih    ritaeplag   th - l.i ..d j.ure end tiie
—' tie .ei y  praetieabla  fiinn .,/ milaulning
Left til la )UU I., Ut .nil,. <1   ftOdQld tS*,
A N'ew and Guano Epocu is JIbdicisk!—
Dr .\l.i„'ji-1 i,- lie totin.lt. cl a new Medical
system. The ^aantkariaua, whose vast interna] ilo.ieLi enti-eliie tin- sioi.i.u'!. sod paralyse
tin.- bowels, mu t rive precedence to the man
who restores health sod iippetiu-, witb from
one to two ol his extraordinary Pills, ami
cores tin' most vlrolent lores wbn s box or no
ol his w li.Ttul and ail tjealldg Salve, These
two great spec Sea of tba Doctora are last su-
persedlng all the stereotype.! nostrutni of ilu-
day. K.itr.iotiliuury cute., by Idagglel's Pills
und Salve have opened ti.'- ej es of tlie public
io the inetliciency of the (so called) rem-- lies
..I' ..iliers, itnd uputi wh cb people huve so long
blindly appended. Uasglel's Pilia are no ol
tbe cl.aA ilin' .ir.- swallowed by ttie dozen, and
of which every box 'nil tuken creates ao ab-
solute ne.'i- -siti for another 0ns or twoi-l
M i^.ei"! s Pills inffices to place the bowels iu
perfect order, tone ths stomach, create an ap-
!i• ■ t'ti', ami render tlie spirits light und bu&y.
unt! Tbers is no griping, and uu reliction iti
the form of constipation. It' tbe liver is affected, its fit ne ions are restored ; and if tlie
uervoiu system is feeble, it is Invigorated.
This lus* launltiy makes tlie medicines very
ilc-irable Tor the wan'* of delicate females.
Ulcerous au I eruptive ili-< uses are literally
extinguished hy trio, "disiof.-i-imit power of
Maggiel's 9 live. In fact, it is lierc announced
ihui naimioI'N III Ions, I>y«|>e|ttl<'
und IMai'llK-a 1*1 1-i cure where all
ihers fall. Wnile for Hums, Scalds, Chil
blains, Cuts and all abrasions of lbe skin
>Siivtifi<-l's lalVe is infiiilible. Sold by
J. Maouill, 11 l'uiu -tree , New V-ork, aud all
Orngjjisis, ut 2:i i-ts  per box.
Now Advertisements.
AEEIA.E   PAINTINo
IN  ALL ITS BBANOHBB,
Yates Street,
Between Deluge Engine House
and the International Hotel.
Work   solicited,  aid   done   on   tbe mosl
reasonable t.rms by
W. M. tSQBAX.
oe 2-lai
Cbauob of Assault.—J. Stephens, of the
Ilnlfway House, Saanich, charged a neighbor
named Bryant in the Police Court to-day
with assaulting him. Owing to Stephens'
absence the case wus postponed   till  Monday
A wandering paragraph says tliat n
lump of ice, say ten pounds, placed in 8
well will rentier its water delightfully
cool, and fur more pleasant than ice water
from a pitcher. Tbe ice has to be renewed ouco in ubout ten days.
An English paper states that tlio regi.
ments which wero under orders, In the
usual term of service, to leave Canada for
service iu tbe West Indies and otlier
points, have been ordered to remain in
this Province for tlio present.
Gen. Pope proposes to gather all the
Indians foaming iu the Rocky Mountains
la d on the great plains of New Mexico
i to a teservalion in the Mississippi Vul
ley and teach them agriculture.
We see by the Times that the Nova
Scotian and New Brunswick delegations
to the Colonial-office had an iuierview
with Lord Carnarvon on the  30th July.
The "Grotto,"
OPPOSITE THB TBLKOHAP&OPPiOE.
For a  glass  nf cliinco  I'lipicr go  to the
" Grotto,"
There   "mink mi   tits bkbt '' you   will
Bad  is   lite  IllultO.
Mint Julep', Sliuiry Cobblers—everything
 imk ;
Conic ye tlmt do thirst, yon will Iind its
no fooling,
oc2
LTT'-MilBIEIR,
i     LARGE   ASSORTMENT   OF   ROUGH
. 1     and dressed for sale eheap,
J. ItOIIICllTSO.V STEWART,
('ictoria, V. I., 21).h August, 1H0G se 'J3
JSTOTIOE,
MARTIN    BROS.,
IMPORTERS  OF
Groceries and Provisions,
FIUEPUOOF BUILDING,
LATELY OCCUPIED RY L'HOTF.LIER i Co,
WHAEP
STREET.
sc 0
SAN   FRANCISCO
OYSTER  SALOON !
Government  Btreet,
Uevwen Gus Kevser's and V.'. V,
npat UNDERStGSrBD, IN YTSW Ot TOT
1       (i. . I     nn . " lelka  «aid were coaiiui',
bove prenlsea, and intend!
to OPES THI BBS    OYSTUS the market
furnishes.   Tney will Le
Kb .1 s t (' «l
Fried
stewed
In or Out of Ihe Cheil
tSf Open at all hours.
se'J3-!m .1. B. P.UELL.
Yorkshire   Bacon!
Ex Royal Tar,
For sutu \ty
FELL k CO.,
se28 V ti I street.
Dissolution   of  Parlmrship.
NOTICE.
BE PARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE EX-
i-tinir between   Thon ts   Efapler  Hibben
and James Carswell under tba u.u.ie or linn
nf Hlbbea k I'.ii-M.-'l. Imi been this day die-
snlied liy mutual ooneent.
The ousiness will in future he carried on
by Mr. T.N Hibben wbo will pay n-id receive all money due to or owing by the late
firm
Dated this 13th d.iy of September 18M.
TH0MA8NAPIER HltiitE.v,
JAM...S CARSWELL.
Witness  to  the signature of Thomas Napiei
liibhen.
(ju'juuF.  Peaiuces,
(jollcitor, Vietotin, V. I.
Witness to tbe Signataro of Janes Carswell,
Kottl 11T UlSlIOP,
Solicitor, Victoria, V. I.
se 13-lm
OLYMPIA OYSTERS
IM   EVERY  STYLE  AT
A.   W.   PIPER'S,
AND  im-:
Best Welsli Rarebits
O IS    T HE    ISLAND.
se 19
CHAMPAGNE!
NAPOLEON'S CABINET
w
BOUCHU.
Tt  HA VK   .\ PPOIKTBD MESSRS.
HllELLKV  k  PITEREB, of Viotorla,
SOLE    AGENTS
..ii—
NEW  BUTCHER   SHOP.
Wan.. 12. Townsend
- PUBLIC THAT
i>
SATURDAY   I7EZT
■
F u r e Ic rt     >r urki-'t,
:.:-;■  ntttt,
Adjoining  ihe  UiMBIO   Lcitoiro,
bebepei,   i.v Iteeplsf a (rood artlole
and  by strict attention  to tusiuen, to
merit a share of tbe puljiic putr-jcago.
se IMai
, n Appeal   to  the Citizens of
Vic'o;i<, V-I
I'HE    CONGREGATION    EMAXC-EL   OP
1   Viciurii, V. I., iu meeting assembled, tbia
.ia . Saturday, Sept. !2d( IBee,
Bid i,f our Fellow  Clti-
Eensofnll Deaoniinations be solicited through
tbe fiUowiog authorised aad duy appointed
.:e.    And   Ihnt   ^ucll Cutnnjittee en-
denvor, by every nienn-i iu   their   power,   to
part Ol ths debt or mort-
tf.i;zc  i.u   tbe  In..' Utlsh SyoBgogue may bo
I.   Knowing  the  liberal views aud
generosity of the citizens of Victoria, lbe con-
gregation bae aot tba i    btest deobt (naidac
due allowanca lur tiie dull; eg,) of tiie  season)
tbs) tbelt appeal will meet wilh that response
which thc exigency of the case requires.
A. JACOBS, President.
L. A.S'TUO.N'Y. Seeretary.
II. II. COHEN,
LEWIS LEWIS,
D. SHIRPSEH,
J. W. KEY8EB,
seZ4 Committee on Subscription.
K.E--OFEisri2src3-
EDREKi CSiiCEHT ROOM
I.YDER III: RlliflESEIT OF MRS. (JtlltLF.S.
rpHIS MOST FAVORITE AND FASHION-
*■ n1 le plaee of amusemeot having been
entirely re-.i.-> ..nit.-il will re-ejien This Even-
inn ut u o'elmk. "r- .Ned Reel, tile famous
B.iujii Player will he in attendance to amuse
vi-itors with his min-ir.-l Songs. At the Bar
the best "I caaa Liquors and U.ivana Cigars
will bc dispensed.
Open every  Eveuiug at 9 o'clock, admission
tree. t-e24
REMOVAL.
W.   IIEATIIOM
BEGS LEAVE TO INFORM HI3
irieoda nnd the public that ho bas
removed his
Vancouver  Island and  Eritiah
Coltmibia-
Of ..ur abi.ie-nuliied Wines.
B.ucho   jfils  &  Co.,
at Muri'llil-stl r -A v.
Obaapagne, Praaee.
SDorborg & EuefF,
COMMISSION   MERCHANTS,
Importers ami Wholesale Dealci in
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS,
Boot! autl !Sh<x<is,
Wharf street. Victoria, V. 1. oc il
NOTICE .
ILL PERSON'S HAVING CLAIMS
.\ iif;ain?t the undersigned are requested to
present ihcm within ;i0 duys from date.
Ail persons indebted to the undorBlgued are
requested to settle their accounts within 30
.lm i either by note or otherwise, or tbe; Will
be •-' ven tn my Attorney for collection, as I
intend to leave for Europe
se 16 lm J- W. KEYSER.
NOTICE
A.   BULBS  &   Co.
BUY AND SELL LADIES' AND GENT'S
cast-off clothing.
Clothes cleaned and repaired at the shortest
notice.
GOVERNMENT   STREET,
Nearly opposite tbe St. Nicholas Hotel.
se 25-lm
POK     SALE
rp \V O C. R O V E R .t B A KE R SEWING
I. MACHINES, for heavy work; one
Sinjer's .Machine, No. 2, for tine aud heavy
work.
All Ihe goods pertaining to the business,
incluiting cotton goods, ticking, -pulu, nnd
other gomls loo numerous loo mention.
The above will bo sold for less than cost
within 30 duys.
Tcims—Cash or approved Notes.
—ALSO-
The entire stock of Crockery, Hardware,
Furniture, Fancy Goods, Ac., on the same
terni-i as above.
All goods unsold after 30 days will be sold
at auction.
se 16-lm J. W.  KEYSER.
Boct and Shoe Store
To Govkrn'Mkxt 6TBBHT, two doors from the
"Colonist and Chronicle" Olliee, where be
will continue his Boot Making business.
BOOTS AND SHOES MADE TO ORDER
Of tho best materials nnd workmanship.
N.B.—Repairing done al shortest notice.
se 23
New  Goods
EX   "ROYAL  TAR."
THOS. WILSON & GO,,
lnviic attention   l<>   Iheir
New Stork  ol  WlflfTBB
ti O O II s jn>l arrivt d by
Ko>aI Tar lt-oiii London,
consUtlag of
FLANNELS—Wilbh—Twilled Saxony
Plain and Fancy Colors
PITT;) — Canton- — White   nud   Un-
iih ui'lied
BLANKETS—All sizes
BALMORAL SKIRTS
FRENCH  MERINOS—la all colors
Hoylea' Prints, Horrocks3s' Long Cloths,
Linen and Cotton Ticks, Sheetings,
Quilts, Druar;et Squa-es, Green Baizei
Hollands, American Leather Cloth,
—AND—
A General Assortment of Goods Buitablc for
the Autumn and Winter.
Tho?.   Wilson &  Co.,
MASONIC BUILDING,
GOVERKJUI2ST   STREET
se 20
Cow Por Sale
A COW (AND CALF SIX -WEEK' OLD),
warranted perfectly gentle.     Price $55.
Also, a young Steer.
Apply to
5*20 G. KIAS, Jamei Bay. Facta   and   Scraps.
A Cai'tmn to Pickle Eateiis — At the
Olerkenwell Police Court, London, on the
4lh, a respectablu man uttended before
the sitting magistrate to lay before hini a
statement of facts in connection wilb
mixed pickles. He stated that bit servant
bought from a shop iu tbe neighborhood
houie mixed pickles. His wife and servant
ate of them, and shortly ufierwards were
attacked wilb choleraic diarrhoea, and
tbeir mouths were very uore. A surgeon
was sent for, who said it was the niuili or
tenth case of tbe kind be had attended
under similar circumstances. It appeared
that when tbe pickles went bad, end after
they were putrid, they were placed in a
tub, mixed wilb tumeric and mustard, and
were then sold as piccalilly. lie bad
purchased samples from twelve different
shops, and in eucb instance be had found
that the pickle wus bad, and in ull the
instances some portion wns putrid. From
whut the surgeon bad informed him there
could he but little doubt that the eating;
of such pickles was the causa of much of
the diurihoM and cholera now (travailing
in the metropolis.
There is an intimate connection between the nerves and muscles of the face
and eyes, and allowing the beard to grow
strengthens the eye. It is snid that surgeons in tlie French army have proved by
experiments, in Africa, tint soldiers
wearing the beard are much less liable to
disease of tha eya, and it is generally
conceded that if tho custom is to wear
the beard, the eye retains its lustro und
brilliancy much longer.
Archbishop Wlmtely once puzzled n
number of clover men in whoso company
lie was, by asking them Ibis question:
How is it that white sheep eat more thun
black ?' Somo were not awara of the
curious fact : others set to work nnd tried
to give learned and long reasons ; hut they
were all anxious to know the real cause.
After keeping them wondering for awhile,
he said: ' The reason is. because there arc
more of them,'
The PjetboUA avd Wyoming Branch
of the Q. VV. 1!—This important
branch, wbich by survey Is five und a
half miles long, is now octnnlly under
contract, to bo finished and in running
order on the 15th October next, bv
Messrs. McDonald k Brown, Hamilton,
old contractors on the Great Western
Road.
The Vienna Medical Gazette informs
the public that of the 12,000 wounded
men brought lo Vienna, not 5 per cent.
ale so severely hurt as to be in danger of
losing their live'. Thi-i confirms Dr.
Bussell's statement, in his letter lo the
Timet, respecting the trifling power of
tho needle gun us a pcuotratirg weapon.
The Mayor of New York has vetoed
tbe resolutions of the Common Council
granting permission to build tho elevated
railroads between the npper and lower
pans of the island. The objection ou
which be chiefly relies is the wnnt of any
legal out bority in the corporation to confer
sucb a grant.
At a fancy dress ball in Pnric, recently,
n lady was seen in a very low bodied
dress, while floating and waving an abundance of green gauze. She whs politely
naked by a gentleman what she personated. ' The sea, Monsieur.' ' At low
tide, then, mndame.' The lady blushed
and the gentleman smiled.
The Times, of the 2nd inst., says :—
'An unexpected obstacle has nrisrn which
will delay, for a sliort time, the manufacture of the aclf-igniting cartridges des
tincd for the converted breech loading
carbines, ordered to bear tbe name of
'Boxer cartridges.''
A taking novelty is colored starch. It
is made in pink, bull', tnative, nml n delicate green Any muslin starched with
tho new preparation is completely colored,
but it washes out, nnd tlio garment tlmt
was pink to-day, may be green to-muiiow,
and btilT afterwards.
New Advertisement*.
NOTICE
A.  2ULER   &   Co.
BIT AND SELL LADIES' A.NO GENTS
cast-olf clothing.
Clothes cleaned and repaired tt tbe shortest
notice.
GOVERNMENT   STREKT,
Nearly opposite tbe St. Nicholas Hotel,
te 25-tui
ALIOS  BROWN'S
FANCY   TWIST
SMOKING TOBACCO
JI.'.ST KEl'EIVEI) AT
A.   F.   TiEYSSJGFi'S,
Together wiih some Hue
HAVANA CIGAR* DIKECT.
Also ou hand
Wine Sip. Peach, Apricot, Mary's Own,
Light Pressed, Natural Leaf, Buffalo
Tongue, and Atlantic Cable
Tobacco-
JUST RECEIVED PER BARK RIVAL
A  Fine Assortment of
Meerschaum   Pipes.
Cull and examine.
se 5-lm
FACTS vs- THEORIES.
" Give me a place to rest my lever on,"
says Archimedes, " and I will move the
world." "(live mo pure and unadulterated
drugs," says Medicus, of the olden time,
"and I will cure disease."
In ono sense, both of these learned pundits
were the veriest charlatans. They knew there
was no place to rest tbeir lever on, either to
move the world or cure disease. Mechanism
was in a backward state, and the medical profession wns but nnotliei name for sorcery,
and nil the adjuncts of mngic filters und
charms ot tbe " evil eye," ke.
But these latter days hnve borne unto us
something more than even superstiiiou and
its crew ever dreamt of in tbeir maddest phi-
losophy. In these days of practical science,
what was theory of yesterday ir fact to-day,
and all tbe old time notions become as bubbles
in the sun, and burst and break with every
breath we draw.
Let Archimedes shoulder his lever and we
will find a resting place for it to move the
world. Let mine ancient Medicus pant and
toil no more for the drugs he so sorely needs,
for we have them at our hand, ever ready to
serve tbem at his beck.
Refined in lbe laboratory of Dr. Maguel,
ths finest materials known in the medical pro
fension are obtainable by any one. His
Billious, Dyspeptic, and Diarrhoea Pills stand
unrivalled, and bis Salve operates with magical effect upon bums, scalds,and all.--ores and
Blears of the skin.
In fact, we think Maiiuiel's Pills and Snlv>
are the wonder of this century, and we are
happy in the thought that many others of our
brethren of the cralt agree with u. We would
tarnestly counsel that all families provide
themselves with Dr Maggiel's Prepaintions at
once, ond keep tbem ready at band, so as to
ase tbem at tbe most opportune time and aa
e.'oaMon serves.— Vellet, Sentinel.
Miscellaneous.
JSTOTXCE.
MARTIN    BROS.,
IMPORTERS OF
Groceries and Provisions,
FIKEPKOOF  BUILDING,
LATELY OCCUPIED BY L'HOTKLIER* Co,
WHABP      STREET.
SS 6
Alhambra
BILLIARD SALOON,
MHRB (.cviitvniivi avi» vims firs.
UP'STAIHS.
Entrance on Yates Street.
te 3-lm
AYER'S
CHERRY
PECTORAL,
FOR TIIK RAPID CUKE OF
Cold*,  Coughs  nnd
IIOIIINI'III'SS.
BniMfmn. MftM  Bfttfa Dae., 1«65.
Da, J.C. Arm: I lUDOt h«MaUtoNy
the boat remedy I Imve ever bond f"r
CougliH, BotlWDMi Iniliiciiza, mid tlie
concomitant svmplums'if r Cold,Is your
C'lERKT   I'ECTURAL.      I '■- '' KM tail I   UHU 111
my practice nnd my family for the liutt
ton yearn liiw iltowti it to jiohpm unpp-
rlor virtues tot Ou trtttntTO] <>f thona
complaint*.     BBKM KNIGHT, M.D.
A. Jl.MORTLKT, KflQ..of Utica, N.Y., WfttUI "I liar*
niml your I'kctuIial iny'df and in my family evt r ilnca
you ItiFHjitnd it, and bcliov.t ft the l»*«t medicine fur iti
purpose over put out. Willi a bad OoM 1 timid >oonm
pay twenty-five dtdlnm for a bottlu tiiuu do without it, oi
take any oilier remedy."
Croup, Whooping Cough, Inflaema,
BruraniLD, Misa., Feb.;, 1B66.
Brother Ater: I will cheerfully curtify ymir Pkctomi
Is the bcdt remedy we possess for the cure of iVJttnanng
Cough, Croup, and thn chest disenses of children. ~\So of
your fraternity in the South appreciate your skill, and
commend your medicine to our people.
HIKAM CONKLRT, M.D.
AMOS LEK, ESQ.,MotiTEitir, Ia., writes, 3d .Inn., 1868:
"I had a tedioim Influenza, which confined me in doorf
six weeks; took many medicines without relief; finally
tri'-d vour I'tXTOiui/hy the advice of our clcrjrynian
The first d')*e relieved tho soreness in my throat and
tunes; less than one half (lie bottlo made Bit completely
wolf.   Your i li- in'1* are the cheapest aawcl] mi tbe best
we can buy, ami wo esteem you, Doctor, and your remedies, am tho poor man's friend."
Asthma or I'hthtaic, and Bronchitis.
Wl ht Manuhxhtir. Va„ ftth. 4, WM.
Sir: Your Cherrt Pectoral is performing mam-Mom
cures in tills section. It hns relieved several from alarm-
im; symptoms oi consumption, and is now curing a man
who imi labored under an affection of the lump forth*
last forty ytttt. HENRY !,. PAItKH, Merchant.
A. A. BAM1BT. M.D., Albiox, Monboi Co„ Iowa,
mritm, Sept. *\ IBM: " During tny practice of manyyeaw
I havo fount) uuthiiiK equal to your Cherrt Prctorai. for
giving ease and relief to consumptive patient*, or curing
siiili as are curable."
We mit; hi add volumes of evidence, but the most convincing pi'"-:' of tlie virtues of this remedy Is found In itt
effect* upou trial.
Consumption.
Probably no one remedy has ever been known whlok
cured no many and such dangerous cases as thiit Borne
Do human aid can roach; but even to those the CoiRRT
Pectoral uffcrd* relief and comfort.
Astor IIousi, New York Citt, March 6, lSftfl
Dottor Aver, [tfVUtl I fool ft a duty end a pleasure
to inform you whnt your CriKimr Pectoral has done for
,ny wife. She had been the months laboring under the
dangerous symptoms of Consumption, from which no aid
we mold procure pive her mnch relief. She was steadily
failing, until Dr. Strong, of this city, where WS have come
for advice, recommended a trial of your medicine. Wt
blesa hiskiniltiew. as wo do your skill, (or she has recoT*
•ml from ihat day Hhe Is not yet u strong aa she used
to be, but in free from her cough, and calls herself well.
Tours with gratitude and tn unl,
oiti.AMMj IHILBT, of Inumui,
fimirumptirf*, do not (Impair till you hnve tii.-d Araa'il
OUttV pMTORAL H is nitule by OBSOf lbe I" -I im ilieal
chemists in the world,and its cures all around ui beNjiettk
the high merits of ita virtue*,— PhUadelphia Isetiger.
Ayer's Cathartic Pills.
TIIK sciences of Chemistry and MsdlflfaM hate bevn
taxed their utmost to produce this beet. DMSt perfect
ptirgutlm which In known to man. Innumeratde proofi
are shown that theso Pills Iiiito virtue* whieh surplus jn
excellem i tht ordinary medicine*, ami thnt they win un-
precedeni My upon thn est<em uf all men. They are safe
and pleasant to take, hut powerful to euro. Their penetrating projwrties etimulnto the vital activities of the i.ml v,
remove tho obstructions of its organ*, purify lbe blood,
aud expel disease. Theypurgeout the foul humors which
breed and grow dlstom|*r, stimulate sluggish or disordered organs Into their natural action, ami impart healthy
tone with strength to the whole system. Not only do
they euro the every-day complaints of every ImmIj-. but
•len formidable and dangerous diseases that have baffled
the best of human skill. While tbey produce powerful
effect*, they are nt tho same time, in diminished down, the
safest and best physic tluit can be employed for children.
Being sugar-coated, they are pleasant to take; and lining
purely vegetable, are freo from any rick of harm. Curoe
have been made which surpass belief were they not substantiated by men of Biich exulted position and character
as to forbid tho suspicion of untruth. Many eminent
clergymen and physicians hare lent their names to certify to tbe public the reliability of my remedies, while others have sent me the assurance of their conviction that
my Preparations contribute immensely to tho relief of my
afflicted, suffering fellow-men,
The Agent below named is pleased to furnish gratis my
American Almanac, containing directions for their use and
tertificatea of their cures, of tbe following complaint*: —
CofltlTeness, Bilious Complaints, Rheumatism, Dropsy,
Heartburn, Headache arising from a foul Stomach, Nail-
sea, Indigestion, Morbid Inaction of the Bowels and Pain
arising therefrom. Flatulency, I/ihh of Appetite, all Ulcer
ous and Cutaneous Diseases which require an evacuant
Medicine, BmrftalS or King's Kvil. They also, by purifying the blood and stimulating (he system, cure many
complainta which it would not be siipimsed tbey conld
reach, such as DenfneRs, Partial Blindness, Neuralgia and
Nervous Irritability. Derangements of tlm Liver and Kidneys, flout, and other kindred complaints arising from a
low state of the body or obstruction of its functions.
Do not be put off by unprincipled dealers with somo
other pill they make more profit on. Ask for Atrr'S
Pilw. and take nothing elso. No other they can give
yon compares with this in it* Intrinsic value or cnrativti
powers. Tho sick want the beet aid there is for them,
and they should have it
Prepared by Dr. J. * . ATER,
Practical and Analytical Chemist, Lowell, Mats,
**«a '45 Ore. per Box.   Fits Boxes for $1.
aot.n nr
Moore   &   Co.,   Victoria,
AND ALL DRUGGISTS.
A   Triumph    of    Science
—4ND—
THB  LIGIIT  OP   TUB   WOULD
DR. MAGGIEL'S
PILLS   & SALVE.
Theso L fe-glvtng r-medi-s are now, for the flr t
tl"'i>,f ro i publ eiy to t"i * r d Kor over aijuaiter
fa century ofpri. at.'practice thei ngredi. hu in th-so
Life-Giving Pills
Hat- ho-i used with thn greatest IQfteMt, Their
tn 1**1 in is n tony to < r-vent li as \ but tn nirs
Thoy -e rch oj tfa ■ various mildly hy h eh thu
piitieut i* suffering and ro invigorates t e ailin'
system. T th-aredatid intinn a .ew dosc.i of theso
valuable PIL'.8 will  rove to be
A VtRY FOUNTAIN OF YOUTH,
Krl'i ever ca«* t'-ey aid new life and vitatty, a*d
e»t re iho w rt' g<* i ./«le. lo Lfcotf   riatine ai tu. T
thi wmngan    ml dl     god  tiny  ..hi  pr ve most Id
v-ilu lie. a- a rot y, ipsotftc and iter iur medleino
erel-a dram   r-ilized  ilntP ncfl^le-Lei.n   nough
f"r three hundred ytttt ago. and n««*ar fund, .■
ook d for-.1  t ii un,  t'lat   would rt-itoro the 0<d t<i
(lgo« audmake • outli evor
An'Eiernal Hpringf!
It. «*• left fur-his diy nnd  hour tn realise tho dream,
and     U.'W iu  .....r...„s  f.ct iho ma;ic lliat     ade
l> fair.
THESR  FAMOUS  REMEDIES
Cannot st-v th fli/ht at years, b'it they can force baek,
nu hold >lonltdl*MJW» hat ml (,l In midi i.v. tne
tg d and the yOUIIf. Lui inue b««<tato t .en, bu
- i».t tho iiivorable o.p.irtuuity that offer*. When Uke
as presc.ibvd--
For Billious Disorders
>-vl.i" 4ii bo more ptMltmiff* of curt than thisn
I'iN- —rti'-ir ilrntiHt   ui gi: UiR tence i- felt at o    . ;
-I..I tb" tintial e. n<: reliant* uf t hi* in si dlstniiiug
di«<ase 4i-   rttnoved.   Thei-e re;mdii-» am mad* from
the , , i.-i
VEGETABLE COMPOUNDS.
They witl not barm the most delicate female, and
en i I.- ni . n with K"ud tiTcct ia jne^nb.-l d»on to
thu )oiiiiKOii babe.
For Cutaneous Disorders
And all era ti .ns or <he*kli<,'ho SALVE ii niu-l'In-
p« lila hi r. It d<m n t U*tl Rlinally ai>u , but pi-ne-
tr »**• with the moat n arcliiUK eff tit to th«  vcrv tool
of .ha c\il.
I —JLLH II
Miscellaneous.
Ihe Only Sure Way to Save the
Country!
IS TO PATRO.MZB
CAMERON'S  ISLAND   PRODUCE
MARKET,
No.  18   Fort   itreet,   oppoiite   lin.   Henl'f
BoarUiog-tioute.
T.1AMIMKS AND 110TEt,-KKEPERS WILL
1 lad alvtny* on baud Irish, cheap, aud
goud
I«lnnd VoRCtablfs and Fruit,
Island Fish and (lame of all lorta,
Inland Eggs and Uulter, >
Island Veni'on cut to order,
Island Poultry, ic, kc., kc.
N. B.—I hereby make known to the public
that, having made arrangements with certain
island Tanners to sell their produce, I am
from this date prepared to sell cheaper than
any Chinaman peddler thai ever ate rice—
" So walk on. John I"
August 17th, 18U6. «e 17-lm
Miscellaneous.
U^
HERMAN   SHULTZ,
—AT—
His Well Known aud Old Established
Stund
The Government st. Boot Store,
Has just received  per steamer
A   PISH   ASSORTMENT   OP
Ladies'  and   Children's   Shoes.
Which he offers at a very low prico.
Receives by each steamer from  England and
.Saa   Francisco
BOOTS     <Sc    SHOES
or   THS
FINEST   AND BEST QUALITY,
FRENCH   LEATHER,
—AND—
SHOE     FINDINGS,
At prices to correspond with the times,
sc \2
BRITISH    PERIODICALS.
The London Q larterly Rev ew ("onser-
vaiivo)-
The Edinbu gh Review (Whig)
The Vi estminsterRevhw (Radical)
The North British Review (Free Church)
— AND—
B ackwood'i Edinburgh > agazine (Tory)
DR. MAGGIEL'S PELLS
Invariably cure the following Diseases ;
Asthma,
U.Mv-1 Compl»int<,
Qangh*.
&ldl,
ClifitDI eaiM,
CoiIivcdpph,
Diftrth"*,
Dmntr,
D/-tnfr,
„ _ ,   _       , , Fever and igi t
beadaclie,
Indif itbn,
Iiiflamtn>tion,
Inward WiwIciiflM,
Li-ei-Uoro|il»iiit,
Lowi,e-> ofSplriti,
King worm,
Hiieurottum,
S*lt    leiim,
Scalds, -
Skin Diseases.
AiT NOTICE.—N'oncgenri'ne ivithout the pnprt»red
trails-mark -ri'in'l c*ch pot or box, «igne<< b^ DR. J
MA(.filf.I., 4.1 Fullou street; l\ew . ork, lo connlt-rfe t
which is frloiiy,
s\*3r Sold hy nil resnectnble Dialors ln \>edicln*i
tbn>utrh»ul the United States and Can tda—al 25 cents
jierbox or pot,
A. O. Langley & Co.,
Affeots for Vancouver Islaud and British
Columbia.
Ml
A. & W. WILSON,
Houie and Ship Plumbers
GA8FITTER8,
BELL-HANGERS & TINSMITHS
FOKT   8TRRRT.
All orderN promptly attended lo
h 2	
CHARLES    BERNARD.
Manufacturer and Dealer in
FAMILY (MIRK COFFEE.
And Spices or all klndn,
No. 707, Sansome street, corner Odd,
Between Jacknon and Pacific.
First Premium awarded by the Mechanics' Institute, for ths best Cofes and Spices.
The proprietor having introduced .Strum
Power in hit Manufactory, ha .now increaaed
facilitiei to supply the trade and the public ia
general. All articles from bis Establishment
are guaranteed to be puieand unadulterated.
The public are respectlully invited to call and
convince themselves Country orders promptly
attended to. M 2
TUB  ONE THING   WANTED.
HOLLOWAY'S PILLS.
The fo ir IWIews republished by M^m FOOTT &
Co., tfts •■in r.il v to Md" ni as t i' Orttl R-TiHtvs,
mi.i   Min kw...it,   has  bffM J is*I.v   i>W<t»1  In   thtj same
rank.   Wh<> vet   is;.. -  wt<h r ad.n: pu Ilealvmii of
t.hisola*!, wh trnvr nmi <"• nn fii-rnl i form <tinti,
ir'llMM bealtoT'tthnr liahlnd the time Id winch he
Ive"—*nd in tlieie times a ptit9*mty •"••' get Wiy
far btji In i. iii > in ■■ '"■ tad and sludteil ni.h a •
viuiiii fhyilie iitople ot tltlri cotiltrj, oi erery cret-d
aud I'.trtv.
tanT HLvCKWOOh is untisttalh attranttva at tht-
i ur  to Aiih'iit An*, not onlyf-r n- ->-u I tffclalM by
.i!-llnnui^h"d wrlteri ol m-1l n. Imi for he nnmunt of
'he tat<- civil w r now being wihtai i v O I. * »n
H'.rk", %Qt  UHin.Illnr, ehL-f.  C«Ufl   m Hen.   J. fi. Hi
i .411   of thu Cuii f eric i Blear tin.
TKHMd   FOB   I8««.
F«r t\ny ntte   ot the RtrlffVI fl per annum
F-ir am tw<» of ilu He views  7 '*
For any Hi i-i e of the  I evlt-ws.   10 •*
Ko. all four of ihe Itevl-ws 12 »<
K.ii  HlariiWn d'l Ma,mil* 4 "
F-Tfllack wood and • no Revl w  7 '*
For Hii kwotl nnd any two uf tbo Ke-
VjfWI 10 "
For I Uv.kwu-id and three of tho Keview*..13 "
Fur BUcWwond and the four liovtewi 15 "
CLUBS.
A discount of Uoenty per cent, win he a'lowed lo C'uhs
of four or mor- (itrfo'ta Thus, fbtir c pien ot
Rlarkwt'od, nr ofoim evlew will he -put tonne address orftl2P0. Fonrc<jplfiof tho Tuur Reviews and
Biackwood, fur |4S, and bu on. ■
POSTAGE.
Wbeo ««nt by mntl. the Postage to <*tiy part of the
Unit'd t to. wi 1 be lit t»--nt -loiiroent.ft yeyr for
" LiCKwoon," tat but i-igiii cull a year for each of
the Uevmwa.
The Blood.
These famous pills nre so composed tha
they operate wholesomely on the siomach, tha
liver, ihe bowels, nn'il other organs; by correcting any derangements in their functions
whereby a steady supply of pure materials lor
the renewal of the lilood is lurnished, and a
constant abstraction of effete products is effected. This perfect circulation thus becomes
the very fountain of health and life, and overcomes all form of disease wherever ils situation.
General nimirdeni or (lie Live)
and Montach.
All who ever indulge a* '.able, either in cat-
'ng or drinking, should take about teu of tiss-
funi.iua pills04 bed time, from wbich will res
suit a clear head ami good stomach tbe fell w-
ing morning. Thousands of Ladies are always complaining of sick headaches, want o
appetite, want of energy, and want of strength,
to coirect nil these evils, three or four ol thess
Pills should be taken twioe a week, when they
would give the invalid .ue health anil appetita
of a ploughman.
Female* of all t pes and Clauses
Obstructions of any kind, either in young
or those between forty and fifty—th most critical peiind of life—may be radically remo.^d
by using tbese Pills according to the printed
directions which accompany each box. Younn
persons wiih sickly and sallow complexions
may bave thc bloom of health restored by thi?
corrective, wl icli purifies the blood and expels all gross anil impure humors from tbesys-
tem. Beware ibtfl of the critical age Iron
forty to litty, us it sends many thousands to
liri'tnatun' grave,—these Pills should be takei
it that period of lile two or three times s
teek
Want   or 8trcnfftli and  Energy.
Persons of pedentary habits, or those troubled In mind, working in Factories or Coal
Pits, who cannot obtain that amount ol fresl
air and exercise which nature requires, suffer
from weakness and delllity, lowness of spir'.ls
and want of appetite. All fucIi should take I
lose or two ol these Pills every three or foui
days, as they act gently and effectually on ths
system and imparl vigor and energy to ths
body, which is always followed by a good
appetite, sound and refreshing sleep, and a
high flow of spirits.
For the Cure of Dropsy.
The cflicry of Hnllowoy's Pills in Dropsy
ia extraordinary. Th 'y act with such n peculiar ellcct upoi the system, Ihat the llmdr
causing thi.* ilirelul complaint, nre peieeptibl
M rieil off and prevented from any lurthel
xccumii'aiinn. The snlletsr regains a buoyancy of apiiita uud rejoices in a cotnpletsly
renovated cou.tttiifOn. It Is indispensably
necessary thnt the Uinlment should he most
effectually rubbed into tl.e complaining paris
during the whole course of treatment.
Children and their Allm*ntr.
In no country in the world are more cbildrso
carried to an early grave tban in Great Britain.
Coughs, Measles, Scsrlatinn, Fevers, and other
diseases ottack the little sufferers, apd death,
but too often, follows at a rapid pace ; yet if
at the firs' stage ot these complaints, parents
were to hnve recourse to Holloway's Pills, all
danger woulc be avoided, for the stomach
and bowels would oe gently but efectually
cleansed by this milu aperient; the deprured
nuntors correctea ana tnesecretions duiy regulated. A perfect cure would "oon ha effected, and tbe "ttle patient restored to soun''
health.
Be need Prices for previous years.
Subscriber, may obtain he Rcp.-lot. immediately
precdiug ISf G, a. roll, wa, via. :
Blackwood from 8 -plem er. I8'4. to December, 1865
lacluaive, at the rateot$2 .,fi * ><>ar
The North British fmm J.onary 1868. to Pecembe.
1^85, Ineln.ive. trie Edinburgh nil In* Westminster It, m
«p 11. 1864, tn Oecomlie', 186'', inelu iy*. i»n(l Mm
London Quarterly lor the yenr 18 5, at the rate of $1 .10
ti yenr for each or any   evi w.
a*T A few oopiea yet rem-In of all the four Review,
tor ,8C3  ' ft ;i set, or $1 tl tor any one.
LEONARD   SCOTT   &   CO.,
Publishers, 38  ITa/ier Street, iV.  T._
L. 8. & Co., alio publieh the
2rA.2Xt\WL2?2\'Q O-TJIIDE
By Hkiiit ?thphi!w, of Edinburgh, and the ta.e X P.
NoH-ni.v, .f Y,le lelleje, iivnle. Koyal Ootavo, 1600
page., and aumeroui Engraving.-
Price |7 for tht two vot»m«i-by Hail, pott pal*,
t* *t mil
Holloway' Pi.' vs the bsst known remedy In lb
world fa the following dist asss •'
Poldatthe l-ttrtbiishmeni of Pmleaaor Holloway, NI
Strand, fnear Temple Bar,) I n.ion ; ale- by all re.pect
able Drngri.'a anil Dralcra In Me iefneathroughout tbt
ctvtllzo't world,at the .allowing prlcet—1.. 1^.,*. M.,
Is. M.,III., Ms., and 33». each boa.
Fftnale  Irrogular-
Pcrnfu'aorKiaf 1
Itle*
EvH
Billifluft Complaint*
Fever of all kind*
■JureThroatt
Fit!
-totif and GrtY*
Blntrhei    ou    th
liout
^econdarj Bymp-
Head Arlif
tnnia
Bnwel comp'alntB
lndfffe»tioF
lic-DoIorewx
JiiHiimmalion
Tamori
Jaundice
Ulcera
l.i\er Gomplaiots
\ei.creal     aflee
Cons'irov tlon
Lumbago
titina
Hi'iii iu
I'ilei
Wormn    of   a
Dropsy
KheumatlKin
kiTiila
Roientioii of Urine
WmIcopih     frtim
ErjalpelaB
w hatever cauM
*m* There la a considerable iaviug by taking tbi
<rger iliea.
Directum* for tl eguidrnce of patleuti in erery diior
.lerarf afflxpd to '-ech hoi
Printed aod Published by McClcii i C«. At
the offlce, Langley Sir ttt.

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