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VOL. I
r*r*'tr*w-* i. j"XM ■■ e. ;
VICTORIA,   VANCOUVER   ISLAND,   TUESDAY   EVENIISG,   SEPTEMBER   25    18K6
UO. 73.
E?erv
Even'iig at
"EVENING TELEGRAPH,"
I't'RI.ISHKli
4   C'Clock,
(,S.iti<rdttj and Sunday eTonln^ excepted.)
ALSO  EVKIIV
SUNDAY    MORNING!
TERMS OP SUUICIIIPTION i
r-r Annnrr, In advance, by mail, 'in no
for .tt mnntlii.    e 00
Irr iv-ek, payable tn Carrier,         ti
li.k-l. I.■•!»■,         10
For terms of Advertisement apply at the
Offlce. Lan ley Street
... Canada
New Advertisements.
IIAVANAjCIGARSL
tEWIS &  AHTHOKT,
TOBACCONISTS.
47 Tates St., Brick Store
Next lo Corner of Goternmcut St.,
BEO TO I.NF0U1I THEIR FI'.IEN'DS A.Nl)
t' e pnlillo in funeral   thut ttu-y  will con
stonitjr receive   liy every ftenmer a good  ns-
soriraentiii Clieiinine i.avnna rlaiirs
and the litest If rand* ut liili.icni
imported direct for tlm market, an that tliey
are Hide to romnrle with nny hrme on tliia
1-IhimI. either Whnlrsnle or Retail.
X.   B—Special
Country  order*.
I1EIMAN  LEWI.V
Htlent on  will  bo paid   tn
I.OUIS ANTHONY.
.to i
[llKLAYfD    DESPATCHES.]
Teronto, C. W. Sept. Ill—A com|iIetc
nr in nt  of Armstrong  field  gun",  to
equip two butteries of volunteer mjlititi,
•re on the way from England. The <>o-
vernment will purchase 1,000 horses for
thc use of tli.i nitillery.
The grout Billiard Tournament in New
York is drawing to a tlo-e. Dion, the
Montreal pluyer, bus won S'x out nf seven
giime°, STiiring lo himself the title of
''Chnm'plon of tbe Champions'' and the
golden cue.
It is  reported that  Lord  Monrk   hns j
npplied to   lbe   Imperial   ninhoiiiies  for j rjMIIS MOST FAVORITE AND F.VSIIIOV-
-JO.OQO   breeeb-londe.rs-SOCOO   for  the | *■     ni\e pluce of amusement  baring been
volunteers,  and   15,000 for the  regular
Mioct'l!a'H!ous.
Relief   for   the   Afflicted.
tt*
TIIK l.NTIlODLTTiy.V Oi'
Perry     T> n v i is»
Vegetable Pain Killer
New   Ailvuiisi im-ntM.
TFLF
j To the Suffering   Ilnmnni'y of thin  Age
llitn relieved more pain, mnl ciust-il more
real joy than uny other one thing thut cun
be named,
troops iu Canada. 6.000 breech-loaders
ure slated to bo on the wuy for the use
of our milirin.    There nrn  over 10:i,OPO
RE-OPEN IHSTO-
— OF THK —
iEUREKA CONCERT ROOM
! I \IlKll IB : M.l.YAGEtir.Vf OF JlltS. QURLF.S.
VSII
^__^^      ^^^^^_ i»K   	
entirely rit-dc.nrulcd will re open This Evening at a o'clock. .Mr. Ned Ucu I, the famous
Banjo I'luyi-r will b- in attendance to amuse
vi-itors witli his minstrel bonus. At tlie Itur
^^^^^^^ ^^^ . thc best of case Liquors and  II ivuna Cigars
of the liei-t Enfield   r lies in Canntta now, I will be dispensed.
mid il is intended to   muke Ibem   brecrli- i Open oiery  Evening at 9 o'clock, admission
loaders.                                                                                    free.                     111124
An  item   providi-g  $134 000 fir thc	
nnrclince nnd m intenniicc of gunboats «n I P fl B U T rt TT     TT H T 1? T
lite t,,ke*  ..ml  the   River St. Lnwr-i.ee I * A O HIU fl      U.V ILL
was  concurred in   by   He  House.    Mr. i A-.o
Porion   (Republican)   uegued  that year
tiller year they  had been called  upon to ]
provide more and mor.. for the defence of I
the country, and that thc present arrange-! ,^ta*nma*ntn*\*a*m
menu for defence were too tost t» meet | The oo y Place of Amusement in
the incursions of tht Fenians aud t«o in-
f gnifii-aut rga'ust thc United Stilts. He
contended tlmt the Imperial ijoverniiie.il
favored the curly accomplishment of cou-
fulerntioii for the pnipose of tliro-ung
the entire burden of defence upon tbe
Colonies.
A report came from Toronto tli.it. 120
rounds of bull cartridge hnve been i-sued
tu the force tliere^ nnd fi Odd pill is of shoes
Iuve been bough' or ordered for the men.
The Financial bill has paused PiiVliii-
ment, and il now only requires Ihe royul
nss ul to become a In*. )t lays the
fiiniid.ilion for a couiplvtc cliniige in the
bunking system.
The Attorney General, in a speech on
Friday, says ihnt a request hud lieen
scut to Ihe'English Government, liy the
Aliunde cnble, for a supply of the new
lireeehloading Iv field r lies, which no
.loubt \vonld bo forwarded immediately.
In tho'Canadian Parliament n motion lo
snhmit tlie new Constitution lo the voles
of the people previous io the act of Confederation wns negatived
The Hon. Mr. Gait, FluftlUM Minister,
resigned his seals of olDco in consequence
nf the withdrawal l.y lb" Cover ent of
the School bill to wbich the lion, member
wns pledged.
Lord Monet made a significant speech
in which he intimated that t e dumdum
l'nrliamcnt had prebubly met for the lust
lime nnder ihe'old act.
'-'     .. ■   '
It   IS  AN
Oriental Restaurant, EVEN1NG TELEGBAPH
YA.TBS   SII1KET,
In connect ion witb lbs Oriental Hole!.
Tins mtadmshmbsi is own   t
ALL HOCUS UF THE O.lY OK NIUHT.
TPm   table
Will be famished with the best the market
nffiirds. 	
Break ra it, j
Dinner Job     Prill till?
Supper
At moderate prices.
Oysters   in   every   Style.
       , —„    , ] Langley Street, Victoria,
Private Room* f »r sta 11 or lar^e ptrttes. ^     ■* tsa*saanw*a*eam
Call and jud^e fur JOttrselvei
i:sTAitLiKEniR\r
Concert   Room,
Town!      ^^^^
eplIU   USIIKltdlUXBI) HAVIXO LEASE!)
JL   those well known establishments, bey»
leavo to announce that tliey wi 1 be
Re-opened on Saturday. July 23.
The form'r Billiard Ilu I hus been conve ted
into a Concert H.>om, where mny always be
found attentive and obliging attendants.
Best qualities  of Wines,  Liquors, and  Cigars served bv the proprietor iu pi rson.
CHAS. ISIttlOKS
Admission Knur. nu 20
Residence to  the comer ot
BROUGHTON   STREETS
0 A. M.   lo   12   >!., and   S
HE3S£.0-V.A.Xj.
dr. 1'owm.l has removed his
.Surgery and
DOUGLAS  AND
(nmr Fori).
Office II itnis-
P. M. to 10 P, H.
August 38.
Invaluable   Remedy.
0 ir first Physicians   use il,  and  rccnninict.d
its   u-e ;   tlie   Apothecary fiidB   it   first
among iho m.-ili--inc^ enlb-d for, nud
the wholesale I)ritgvi>tco'isld»i»
it  u   leading  article  uf his
V trade.     All tlie dealers
iu inedicin- spe»k
ul ki-  in iis f.i-
vorj m>(] its
reputation as a niediclncofgie.it
merit and virtue is fully and permanently   established,   nud  it  is  the great
Family Med cine
of  (he  Age.
nu 20
WESTMJNSTKR,
GAME
UV
HERMAN  SHULTZ,
His Well Known and Old Established
Stund
Tho Government stt Boot Store,
Has just received per steamer
A   FINE   ASSORTMENT   OP
Ladies' and   Children's   Shoes,
Which hs offers at a very low price.
Receives by each steamer from England and
San   Francisco
boots   sc  shoes
FINEST   AND  BEST QUALITY,
FRENCH   LEATHER,
—Axn —
SHOE     FINDINGS,
At prices lo ce/r.spood with the timet.
•e 13
DEPOT,
YATE9   ST.,
I Next dOOf to  tlie corner of tiovcrnment,
O|iposiii' Zi'lner'e Dnig .Siorc.
KI-IIK SUIlSCRlllKIl HAVING MADK Alt-
]   1      rungem.-nts  to  receive   from   dill'ereitt
I partes tlie produ e of the lslAud and (Otintry
will be prepared to luruisli
Game,
Fish,
Fruits.
P;>ul'#,
Egg3   and    Vegetables.
Each  and all in  their season, nt the lowest
Every Volunteer should have a bot'Ie, iu c
of sudden attacks of Disease.
Token Internally, cures
Suililcn Cdlcls, Coughs, ic,
Wcnk S'omich,
General DcLility,
Nursing Sore Monlh, Cniikfr,
L'Vcr Complaint,
|)ysj.pp«ia or IiidiiK'stioo,
Cramp Btlil |inin In Ilie Stoniticli,
llonel Coniplnln*,
Palli'lTs' Clic,
Asiutii- Ulinlern,
Dim I.(En nud llysctitcrjr.
Tnki n .■xlciiinlly cni'cs
Felons, Hoi's, ami Ola Sores,
Severe Uurns uud Senilis,
fit's. Bruises uml Sprains,       •
BwHIinit of ilie Join's,
Kit'gwnrin and Toller,
llrolii'ti llri'iists,
Frosfed Feet and Cbilblalii",
Tootlui'-lii',
I'liin in tilt FucP,
Niur.ilg a uud Kliciiiiiu'i in.
PAIN   ZILLEE,
Tnken inliTiially, sliotild Le I licit, rnteil
wi'h tn11k or water, and swiclcuid with
sugar, il desired, or nu.de into n IJflip
wilh tnolnssos. For a (OL'lill nnd
Br* dull-, il few limps Oil Stunr, cu'cii,
will be none (llecliv I lm ll nuvllung  cl-e
I'm- SOUR THROAT, gurgle lbe thru..
witli a mixture of 1'ain Killer nud wuier.
uml ibe nd ef is immediate uud our* positive.
BriT" It  should   not  be forgotten I bat
tlie   i'.iiu   Killer   is   equally as too.! lo
i tuke   ii tettiuly   ss   lo   use   externally,
Eich botile is wrapped wilb    ull   dnec-
| tious foi its tt>e.
prices.
JAMES   ALLE*'.
j l'rii,-ps 2o renin, SO dints k $1 p>'>" bnltle
nu 3I-lm
EX   FIDELITER
"ROUND THE CORNER"
IS TIIE NAME OF THE
IT E "W"    SALOON
Jl'ST OPENED IN
I/nialry   Slrrct,    rouml   Ihe
corner from Antes strict,
ha  the  building formerly   occupied   by   the j
. S.iloon of Ebbiuiaiidt's Hoikl.
The  Saloon has  been   lasefitlly  reli trd, \
uud will be supplied with the
FIRST    QUALITY   OF
V/ines  and  Liquors.
The proprietor resncetfu'ly invites the public to cull "ROUND TIIK COItNER" nnd
judge for themselves.
GOVEKNEKST   STnEET     LNTHASCE — Xl'XT
door lo the Telegraph Ufflco.
,ul»       J It OB   HERKIMER
A Choice lot of Bacon
For Sn'e by
P.   Gilligan,
„„ 2 STOKE KTKKKT.
EXPRESS lm STAGES.
i-|"HK  flOACHKS  fiF  THIS   LINE   W..t.|
I   now run  regularly, lenving   ^ule,  i. (
ou
iHontlii s.
*» «■ <!::<■ Ml;t> s,
And Frldaja
AT 7   A. M.,
FOR    liV'AKA'S    rrBIM
(llig Bend Itnute). until the eomplrlion ol th»
rosd, when they will go to Barana's ferry.
The Coseb for t'ur.boo  will  leave Yuie 31.
jjj T. J. PAilMUD
uu ^u-lm |
AYER'S
CHERRY
PECTORAL,
FOIt THE ItAPID CUKE OF
Colds, roughs,  nn«l
Hoarseness.
BwMrmD, Mitt« 20th Doc, Hf.5.
Dti. J. (V Avhi : I do pot hesiuite to sny
thn bout nrnttlf I harn erar funni] fur
Conghn, ll.ii.iHi.ii.---,. liifluonza, ami tlie
cont'omltiuit lyinptOtDl of fe Cold, in your
Ciieriit PhT9MJm lu onntnnt mo in
my practice nnti my fnmlly for the lnnt
ton y.'ii;i Imi nhonn It to powcM nnpe-,
rior rirtUMi for the trontmont of the»
complaints.     EI1KN KNIGHT, M.D.
A. B. MOKTLKV, Esq., of Utica, N. Y., writoi: " I h»Tt
oio*l your Pectoral uiyirlf and in,my family eiw iido«
you InrcntH it, nnd belirvo It thr> l.Vit iinvlirlno fur its
pnrpone eror put out. With a h«d coM I should aoonet
pay twenty.tlvn dullnri fur a bottle than do without it, o*
tike any other romedy."
Croup, Whooptnc Cough, Influenza*
Si'niKariSLD, Miss., Feb. T, I860.
Bnornrn Arm: I *ill cheerfully certify your Pectomi
In tho bc*t rmiiody wo MMM for the cure of iYlionping
Cough, Croup, ami tho ch«t dlwaien of childion. ws ot
pOttr fraternity In tho Smith npproriato your akill, and
commend your medlciun tu mtr people.
HIKAM CONKLIX, M.D.
AMOS LIB, Esq.,MoTrtr.RST. Ii., writes, 3d J»n.,185fl:
"I hnd a tedious InflnMUBti which conflnwl me In dooci
six weeks; took many mediciuos wUbmit relief; finally
tried your PsrromL hy the advice of onr clerjryman
The hrst d*t«e relisred' tlie soreness In my thront and
lmins: less than ono half the bottle made me completely
woll. Tour medicines are the chenjieit as well as the best
wo can buy, and we esteem you, Doctor, and your remedies, as the poor iiiiin'tt friend."
Asthma or Fhthfolc, and Bronchitis.
Y?rtrr M.\s< hkhtkr. Pa., Feb. 4, lR5fi.
Sir: YourCHFnnt Puctorai, is p*>rfi>rmln|{ niarrellutu
cures In this section. It has nUsVM HTOnil fnun alarm-
Iiik svmptoins of consumption! and is now curing a mnn
who lias labored under un nfrarttOD of the lungs for the
last forty yenrs. 1IKNUY I.. t'AUKS, Merchant.
A. A. UAMSKY, M.D.. Alpion, Moxbor Co., Iowa,
writes, Sept. ti, 1865: "During my practice of many years
I hare found ItOthltlS equal to your Chkiirt Pkctoral for
Hiving etoto nud relief to cunsumptivc patient*, or curlog
such its aro curable."
We might add rolQBM of evidence, but tho most con-
Tincing proof of the virtues of this remedy Is found iu ita
elTocta upon trial.
Consumption.
Probably no one remedy hns evor been known which
currd ho many and iiiich itnngsTOtU cases aa this. Soma
no human aid can rsfeCh ; hut even to those the t.'iu:m,T
PntTORAt nffurds relief nnd comfort,
Astoe Boon, Htm 7<MK Cm. Msrt-h ft. 1^56
Doctor Arr.n. Lownt: I feel it a duty nnd a pleasure
to Inform ynu what your Cki:prt Pector u. has done for
Jiy wife. She had lieen flv» months hilxirlng under the
dangerous symptoms of Cori<ui nipt ion, frutn which no oiil
we could procure frnve her nimh relief. She was steadily
(Wiling, until Dr. Strung, of this rjlv. where V6 hnve coma
for a*ivic(., re'-omnictidcd a trial of your un dicine. Ws
blesn blsklndnsss, rm ttt Ad yonr skill, tot she has recovered from ihat day. Sho is not yet as itroni as she tiaed
to be, hut is froe (V"'n her rmigh. aii'I calli herself well.
Your* with gmtitude and regard.
ORLANDO BttlLBT, of Snn.nTvius.
Ommtnttttve*, do Hot *ltS|Miir till you hnvo tried Arsi.'S
Citiitat Prctoiiai.. It is innde by oneofths bail BWdfi «l
rh*>mists in the world, and Its curra nil around m. U-)nMk
the high n,i i r." of Its virtues. — I'tidodrlphos Istlgtr.
Ayer's Cathartic Pills,
I^IIK (H'iemss of ('h'Miiiatry ami M ilniue haie l>een
tsxetl their utm'i"t to pr*"ln. e this host, most psHfeet
purgntivo ivliich is knosm to nun. Inniimeralda proofs
are shom-n that Iheso Puts hnve virtues whirh surpass In
exccllenrs the ordinary medi'inc*. and that they win unprecedented!) upon tho esteem "fall men. Tbey are safe
and pleasant to take, but powsrfilt to cure. Thoir pene>
tiuting properties Ktimulnte the vital activities nf the Iwdy,
remove tho obstructions of its organs, purify the bloodi
snd eipel dinenso. They purge out the foul humors which
hreed nud grow distemper, stimulate sluggish or disordered organs into their natural action, and iinpnrl healthy
tone with strength to the whole system, ^ut only dn
they euro tho every-dny complnints of every body, hut
slso formidable and dnnperone (UssMSi thnt have baffled
the best of human skill. AYhile they prodOCfl pOWfh)
effect*, they are at the samo time, In diminished doers, tlie
■afest and best physic that can be employed for children.
Being sugar-coated, they are plenennt to take; and being
pnrely vegetable, are free from any ri^k of harm. Cures
have been made which surpnss Mief were they not substantiated hy men of such exalted position and character
ss to forbid the suspicion of untruth. Many eminent
clergymen and physicians havo lent their names to certify to the public the reliability of my remedies, while others havo aent me the assurahce of their conviction that
my Preparations contribute immensely to the relief of my
afflicted, suffering fellow-men. .
The Agent below named is pleaeod to furnish grntls iny
American Almanac, containing directions for their use nud
tcrtlflcatps of their cures, ef the following complaints: —
Coativeness. Bilious Complaints, Hheimintism, Dropsy,
Ileartburn, Headache nri«ing from n foul Stotnftch. Nausea. Indigestion. Morbid Inaction of the Dowels and Pain
arising therefrom, Flntulf ncy. I/ma of Appotite, all Ulcer-
ons nnd Cntnncons Disefeisi which require an evacnant
Medicine. Scrofula or King's Kvil. They also, by purifying tho blood and stimulating tho sj-stem, rme many
complaints which it would not b© suppoeed they could
rt*ach, such as Peafne-w. Partial RUndnesn, Neuralgia and
Nervous Irritability, Derangements of tha Mv*t and Kidneys. Gout, and other kindred complaint* arising from ft
low stato of the body or obstruction of its functions.
Do not he put off by unprincipled dealers with some
other pill they make moro profit on. Ask for Arm's
Pulp, nnd take nothing else. No other they can give
you compares with this in its intrinsic value or curative
powers. The sick want the bebt aid there is for them,
and they should have it.
Prepared by Dr..?. *Xh AVER,
Practical and Analytical Chemist, Lowell, Hasa.
Paici 96 Cts. rrn Box.   Five Boxes for $1.
SOLD BY
BIO ORE Sc Co., Victoria,
The  Printing    Office
EVENING
TELEGRAPH
Cilice is replete with evsry applb nee
and variety of Material far tbe
Execution of
LETTER PRESS  PfilHTISli!
In nil Un bruorhex, whether
Plain or Ornamental
rUf. OFFICE AIMS ul iKurlng
8ii'*l. H'.iwdj Kxecution ol ordure ni is
consistent wall Correct uii'l el.gtut Work.
aiBoshlp.
Orders received for 1'iiniiug
1 l>t«oka,
I'uinphli'ls
I (.iilulogncs
! Sermons,
! lU'|>nris
: Left5' P,
L:iw Formt r.f every
ilescrijiilon,
Bu^mesH Ctirds.
Invoices,
Dill llendi,
'I i imI" Fortnd,
Oircalnrii, (lMtin
Colouro.l,)
Hi.n.l   Hilln   (I'luln or
Coloured,)
For Friccs,   apply   at the   Oflice.
Lanjlay street.
I General r^ewj Agent
J. $tra!maii.
I EMPIRE NEW3 DEPOT
l Cor. Washington ii Sanscme str«
Srvn  L^i'iiiicisci).
fyilK Am' RTWKRU |irc|mi'M
A. wilh pilni'liiaiitj :iiid ceU'i-ily t
nvn'3ii«|ier» and p#rtodlCnla upon Ui
terms AM orilrrs, to receive iiiini'-
tion, most be JKi'nnipnnie.i hy onsh
anil Inuiileil in previons to tlie 4lli,
2 Ith ol ench month.
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[From the .Yew  York Herald, Any 21.)
Thy lato-t news from South Americ.i,
wilh dales up to July 3, reprettBtl the
Paraguayan! al gaining urouml consider-
ubiy, uml Ihe allies netting tiled of a wur |
in which tliey litul thein-elves more than
iu itched in the power and valor of the
enemy. There is much tiik of pence in
il.e Argentine republic, nml it ippoMi to
iind ull echo ih Umzil und DrBgtMJ. At
Kio Janeiro, Moatividco und Buenos
Ayres there wero strong syuitoiits of a
financial panic, and thrcnletiiugs of a
positive ministerial crisis existed in Kio
0:1 thc question of continuing the war
It wus reported that Napoleon wus pok
ing his linger Into the pie on the side of
mediation. It is said that a French
emissary of military rank hns arrived at
Buenos Ayres and put himself in communication with the Commander-in-Chief
nt his headquarters. Tho l'urugiiuy&iis
bad effectually bombarded the allied camp
near the Kstcn on the 14lhcfJune,
doing fearful destruction with their long
range guns, while the allied licet lay inuc-
tive threo leagues distant, with a desert
pf brushwood und thorn between them
and the troops. Great dissatisfaction
prevails at the inefficiency of tho liruzilian
ships, and the incompetency of the
Admiral is loudly denounced by the press.
From the general tone of this news a termination of Ibe Platte war is not unlikely
to occur before long, hut affairs iu South
America tire of such an uncertain cbarac
ter that it is very hard to ttll what muy
happen next.
Tnu Birthplace of Wallbmstbik a
Battlefield,—Tbe Pall Mall Gazette
says j—There is something very weird
and   ghostlike   about   reminiscences   of
New Advert is.'incuts.
Mi-<eelluueou8.
Victoria Turn Vtrein.
ALL KB1IBIU OF THE AMOVE IV-
ptilutiou who wisli to attend regular
pr.iftice. nre reipiesteil to he proUBt DO the
first Mnlrlty in September, when eUSMI wlU
bt formed eoinincnciiitf witli the simplest u-
erciscs, nml goinir through the wh lie course.
CII.VUI.ES DBCHBNT,
auH Turnwurt.
JNTOTICE,
MARTIN    BROS.,
IMPORTERS OF
Groceries and Provisions,
FIREPROOF  BUILDING,
LATELY OCCUPIED HY L'HOTELIER k Co,
WHABP       STREET.
BO 6
Jesse  Cowper,
vames and places, not onl^of the Seven,
but also of the Thirty Year»' War inein-
•oty. that come cropping up on all sides in
this terrible German struggle. Few people probably ure aware that Npohod, the
little Bohemian town with its 3,000 inhabitants, about which there wus such
hot und bloody work for the last few duys
and even nights, is Iho birthplace of no
less a mun than Wullonstein The church
belonging to the deunery of Nachod—
which ex sled ns early as 1384—contains
the'tombs of the ancient Bohemian family
of Siniizicz'ii, Irom which Wallenstein's
mother derived her descent, or rather of
which she represented the last branch
The custlu of the Wallensteins, " Cuslle
Machod," is very ancient, and belonged
up to tho time of the Hussites, to the
family of the Bcrkas of Dubu nnd Lipa.
After thut, robber-knights took possession of it, nud after several further
changes of proprietorship the Smirziczki
came into it. After tbo battle of tbe
White Mounlaiu (1620) Count Tcrzki,
WfHensteln's brother-in-law, appears as
lord of tho castle, but nfter the murder of
Wnllenslein tit Eger (February 25, 1694)
Octuvio Pfeoolomoi received the property
as a reward for his dastardly treachery
He gave the ca'slle its present shape, aud
commemorated, that wonderful fact in a
boastful inscription inside the gates. It
stands on a rock which arises steeply almost immediately behind the market
plueo'of the little town, nnd which is
reached by a flight consisting of 333
steps. 1 hfce courts surrounded the enormous edifice, and around about them nre
6iluated the bouses of the retinue, the
stables, and other out-buildings. The
Piecolomni have long died out —only their
portraits huve survived. Particularly
striking is that of Oeinvio, with which
there is   also found n bultlo-piece com-
 morftting his  victory over ihe French
at Tbionville.    The cnstle now belongs to
Prinoe Auersperg of Prague.'
_ The Norhshkm and rnt Sea,—Early in
time and deep in sentiment win the feeling
of the Norsemen for the salt water. There
is a Bi.iii in their old mythology. They
buried their heroes under tumuli which
presented " nuninterriiptcd view of the
sea,1 ns if even iu death Ihe consciousness
of its neighbourhood, the cheeriness of its
breezes, would reach tho Viking in his
last luir. Tho Sagas speak, too, of the dirge
of the ocean for their fallen eaptaius, as if
theocenn itself shared in that feeling for
them which they felt for it. And this
tinge of mysticism which tho sea so naturally Inspires is still remarked by Northerns
to belong to the Scandinavian boold.—
The Gentleman's Mayaziner
Bitter.—It seems, from the issue of a
recent trinl in Paris, that a matrimonial
agency which had a negress to marry on
their books, used to announce the fact
thus :—"A negro lady to marry, with a
fortune of two millions and a half francs."
The nibbles at the black one were not
many, and he who bit  was finally bitten.
£~J ,._  	
ALICE   BROWN'S
FANCY   TWIST
SMOKING TOBACCO
JUST RECEIVED AT
A.   F.   KEYSEII'S,
Togetlier with some fine
HAVANA CIGARS DIKECT
Also on 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.
sc 5-1 ra
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
BOOTS i\m SHOES,
LEATHER,
Miscellaneous.
Everett's Exchange,
BTOBB BTREBT,  V. I.
I
-AND-
SHOE
FINDINGS,
■5T-A.TES    STIIEET,
OPPOSITE WELLS, FARGO k Co
At the old stnnd of Webster k Co., i ■
prepared to supply the wants of tho
public in his line.
The latest Stvles
Received by every arrival from Englat f
nnd San Francisco. se V
Mrs.   He in
KEEPS   CONSTANTLY ON  HAND  THK
latent .'uuliiuus in
-M illinery,
Prices to  Suit the Times,
GOVERNMENT     STREET
Between Fort anil Broughton. se s
LIST OF AtlRlVALS
At the Mount Ararat Hotel during the months
of June, July, and August, 18G6.
June—His Excellencv Oovernor Kennedy, Mr
William A Q Young, Mr. Benj W
Pearse.
July—Me«srs Jas Wilcox, F Duprtiy, Jas Reed
Macadam, John Dand, Loufi Pbilpot,
F U* Ahvood, J R Ford, E S Hutch, Sir
Jus Douglas, D Eraser, E S Whitting-
hatn.
August—II E Seelyo, W E Stronacb, J
Roliertson Stcwnrt, Thos Lett Rtal-
scliinld', Itolit Hiiriml.y ; John Nieho1-
son, M M Titus, F W Green, Ilenj W
I'earse, Acting Surveyor General, R
Horn fray, II 0 Ticdemnnn ; James Mc-
Culchun ; Wm Denny, Win Wilson,
Joseph Hilton, R D and J| KennetB Me-
Senile, Jr. Wm Ii McKeniln, Dnvid B
Blair, Chas Redleru, Chis Kent,
se 4-lra
Alhambra
BILLIARD SALOON.
CORNER COVEMJIE.tT AXD VITES BR.
TJP-STAIRS.
A   Triumph   of    Science
—AND--
TIIE  LIQUT   OF   TIIE   WOULD
DR. MAGGIEL'S
PILLS   & SALVE.
HE  PROPRIETOR BB8PBCTF0LIT IN-
furnii hi-* tVir els nud ihe jmiiiic i nt be
bei opened bit old etoed lo Store etreeti where
be will  keep u before tbe Bnevt ipialitv of
(VINES, I.HJI' IRS, und CIGARS.
UomO and Bee.
se.'S-lm        PAT. EVERETT, Proprietor.
These L fe-elvtng remedies are now, tor thn fir t
i'or, if vu publ cly to Hi- w t il. Fnr over a .mm tor
f a i enlury ul prl. ate practicethe ingredients in tbcao
Life-Giving Pills
n v-
tnlHab
They se rch ou
ben nseii  with tlio ure'tcat   dii-cfuV     Tli'ir
i  le n tony io i r-v.-rit  . Is is ., hut  to cure
Hi- various mat .dill  by   ■h.ch  the
patient  In miffr-ring.   uinl ra invigorate*   t e    allin-
IITZ' Jit ,".'' M*d ttl"1 ","r"' " 'BW * •ai «l «>ese
valuable PIL 1.8 will prove to bo
A VERY FOUNTAIN OF YOUTH,
F"rln evorvca.e f-ey add new liTe and vita Itv, a-d
e«t-.re the w.„i g«,„ale. tn llir.ir ril line >i .'tn. T.
lb" ."tin,! ,ln: mi ,11- ft they Mil pr.vo mo.t In
v.lu He, a. a ro, y, api-olHc and etcr in* medicine,
"et, a it nam realized, tint I',iice.de.I,«on sounh
Tor three hundred years ago. a rid ne»er f.Hil.l li,.
Inok ■.! Lira t ui.taiii tbat would re.lore tbe old to
Mnot and make youth ever
WILLIAM   LYONS,
SHIPPINC3-
— AXD—
Commission      Agent,
On the Corner of
Wharf and Johnson Streets.
se 3-2ra
NOTICE !        NOTICE !!
MBOH THIS DATE tiie UNDEBSIGNED
i      has cnncludi'd to reduce his price ONE-
HALF ; and hereafter tho
FINEST WINES AND LIQUORS,
ALE,   DEEU,   kc, ke.,
Will he served nt the
"METROPOLITAN"
At TWELVE AND A HALF CENTS
per sample.
The public wi'l please cull anil sample, and
satisfy themselves that tho very best is to be
had at tlie above price.
T. J. B0RNE8,
Metropolitan Saloon, Store street,
au 2G
Miscellaneous.
A. & W. WILSON,
Home and Ship Plumbers
CASFITTERS,
iniriUGEU & TINSMITHS
FOliT   .STIIEET.
Ill oi litis prompt!)  :ifd iiilcd lo
-A.il Etnrnal Spring!
It WMtrfl for Ihil day ana hoar tn realize tlio drenm
anil   .h'.w in onesleriou. t.e.t the magic tbat u.ade
THESE FAMOUS  REMEDIES
ARRIVAL OF ANOTHER CARGO FROM
Virginia & Cuba,
JvIA 'A8P1MWAI.I.,
Of (he Hast  Celebrated Braudi of
TOBACCO   &   SEGARS
EVER IMPORTED
Samples can  bn   had  at  tho '< ADF.lPHl,"
corner Vales aud Government streets.
Arrival of a few more Plants
by the "California."
t&r Offlce of C. F.  Green's Victoria
and Estjuimult Express.
F. i uipmxi.,
ADELPHI SEOAR STORE.
CHARLES    BERNARD,
Manufacturer and Dealer in
FAMILY CHftRTRES COFESE.
And Splnv of all Minis,
No. 707, Sansome street, corner Gold,
Between JnckFiin and Pacific.
First Premium awarded bij the Mechanic*' Institute, for the l/est Coffee and Spices.
The proprietor linving introduced Steam
Power iu his Manufactory, ha .now increased
facililieb to supply the trade and the public in
general. All articles from his Establishment
ure guaranteed lo be pu e nnd unadulterated.
The public are respectfully invited to call and
convince themselves   Country orders promptly
attended to.
se 2
THE  ONE THING   WAMED.
HOLLOWAY'S PILLS.
so 2
Cannot iW til- Iti.dil of j-,,,,, but thev can force buck
bold atoor,dltum bat ml htlr! mpl, ove. tlie
.1 and Iho lOUBf, Ul n"ne be.itale tne,. I.u
la the Uvorable o,.portunity that OfTtn, When Uke
ni preric.ibed—
RED LION HOTEL,
GOVERNMENT STREET.
ridlE   AROVE-NAMED   HOTEL  SAVING
JL  been opened by
JOE      EDEN,
He will bo happy to  moot his  friends  on all
occasions, an    will furnish them with
the best of
Wine?s Liquors, Ale, Porter, &c-
and Cigars.
BOARD AND LODGING PER DAY $1.
Jgy- Bagatelle aud Skittles.
Call and see the establishment.    JOE presides and keeps order. se 10
Entrance on Yates Street.
so :t-lm
The   Grotto,"
OPPOSITE TIIE TELEGRAPH OFFICE.
For a Rlass of choice liquor eo to the
"Grotto,"
There " nonb bdt the best •' yoa  will
find is tbe motto.
Mint Juleps, Sherry Cobblers—everything
-   cooling ;
Come ye that do thirst, you will find its
no fooling.
lei
SDorborg & Eueff,
COMMISSION   MERCHANTS,
Importers and Wholesale Dealers in
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS,
Boots and (Shoes,
Wharf street, Victoria, V. 1. 8e 2
CAERIAGE   PAINTING
IN ALL ITS BRANCHES,
Yates Street,
Between Deluge Engine House
and the International Hotel.
Work   solicited,  and
reasonable terms by
le S-Im
done   on  the most
W. M. KEOHAN.
For Blllious Disorders
Nothlnieu  le  more product lea of curr thun thi*8e
I'lIU— riieir  llmltat   111 gli   UUIienee  l«  Telt  at   o    ,
I'licrthe    ■.„.,! cue ii „i. ..r Hit-, in tt  tli.tr. tiiiie
ll.eme nre n moved.   Tlle.e rtm.dle.  «ro made iron.
the ri.reit
VEGETABLE COMPOUNDS.
Tbrj will not harm  lh« rnont delieato   female   and
caibe ill m with nooil effect In iiroacrlbed  d  to
tne youniteitt b.ibe.
For Cutaneous Disorders
And all •rn'itlona of Ihe akin,Ihe SAI.VE la mod In
valuable. It doea n t li.jal i ileinally iil.m •, tat penetrate* With lbe moil n arcldoj ell. ciato tlio ver. root
ofiheerU.
DR. MAGGIEL'S P!LLS
Invariably cure the following  Diseases
Atthma,
Bt'Wel Complaints,
Oootlu,
Colds,
Cbeit Pl-eaien,
CoitiveuePn,
I>^ cpepsin,'1
Diarrhea,
Dropsy.
Debility,
u *,   *  n       , , FeTer and Apt tt.
Uea-lnclie,
Indi? stlon,
Influpi «i,
InHararti'tiotl,
Inward UVnkfiesR,
.   Ll it Cniiiflaint,
Lowi.e-s of Spirits,
Kingwonn,,
Bhetmntlni,
Salt itti«nm,
Ikmldi,
Skin DiFeasea.
*W NOTICK.—Nonp^enrlne wltbout the fnenirrd
trade-mark <ro'ind ertih pol or box, cigned b\ DR. J
aiai.OI -.!., 43 Pulton street} Nbw \ ork, to counterfet
which is felony.
4»* Sold by all respectnbla Dealers in Medicines
throuirh'Hit th« United S'.atea and Canada—at 25 imi
per box or pot, v
A. C. Langley & Co.,
Agents for Vancouver Island and British
Columbia.
BRITISH    PERIODICALS.
The London Qtarterly Review (Conservative)-
The Edinbui-gh Review (Whig)
The Westminster Review (Radical)
The North British Review (Free Church)
— AX I)—
Blackwood's Edinbnreh Magazine (Tory)
Tlie fair RerleWI re-lml'liplied by Mea.ra. ProTT &
Co.. ere irenerallr ro ildeied u the Oreal ftrtlewe,
end Blarkwond haa been Jnetly .pleoed In the nine
nek. ^^lel verdlepeniei wiili r ndin.. pneilefttlonaol
tin. eln-i, «b levermaj no hi. >an«ral lufornnllnn.
■y'lt mo   be elforelher liehlnd the time   In winrh   .a
ivei.—end iii tlii<ee timea A   pe .o'i iniiv  loon  Ret veiy
far behln I,   Thejf m«y be lead end itndled »lth ttt.
vanla e by Ilie |ien|ile ol' line eointlv,  ul  eyery creed
and party. '
Hir BLACKWOOD la anoioallr attraelive et Ihl.
time to Americana, not only fir It. .eri lartieleib]
iibtlnziiitli"'! eirllennl Hot] n. bni for be aaannntof
'be lati- civil w r now f*\e% wililen by C'l. Von
UorWe, aOe-tnanoneer, ebi-f. '-»t»rt loOen. .'. K.H.
Inert, of tbe Cimfeilrrate army.
TBBUS   KOR   I860.
For any one  of tbe lleview II per annum
F.irani t*o of the Revlewe  7 11
For any three of the ■ eviewa 10 •'
K01 all four nf tbe KevtewM 13 .1
Foa fllncWwo' d'l .Majnain.  4 »
F.ir Uliickwond and  mie Revi w  7 .1
For Ubi kwiod and any two of Iho Ro.
vl-wa 10 ..
For I laekwood and tbree of the Review...13 «
For BUeliwood and thc four bevlewi 15 '*
CLUBS.
A discount of Imenly per rent, trill he a'lnwed lo clulu
of fnur or more persons. Tons, four 0 pies ol
lllackwcnd. or of on.. I evlew will be «ent to one ail-
ilress or*I2 HO. Fourcopies of tbe fuur Reviews and
Hlackwood, for$48, and soon.
POSTAGE.
When lent by mail, the I'ostaub  to nny part of the
united   t tea will be ■ ut twenl -lour cent, a  year for
U'lKllMi," and but tight centa a  year  for each of
tbe Reviews.
Reducecl Prices for previous years-
Sobacribera may obtain ihe   Repviut.   immeolatelv
■eceding 1806, aa foil, wa, via. :
to December, ISOS
pm
Blackwood from S 'ptcmi.er.  18e4
inclusive, at tiie rate of $2 »0 a yen
Tho \oi1li British fmm Jinnnry.   1S..1.   to December
a3i iSS^ ; '.'i* K',"'"'r('» ,"'; '"« »'''/minster Ir. m
*p II. 1864, to Dercmher, l«*i, inelu-ive e,„J tl„
hovlon «imrf«riylortheyeiirl8'6, al the rate of 1150
a year for each or any   evl-w.
r**T..A few copies yet rem iln ofoK the four Jierieim
'or 1863 ,t tt a set, or ,1 60 for any one. "«™«™
LEONARD   SCOTT   &   CO.,
Publishers, 38 Jl^ier Street, If.  Y.
'The lllootl.
Thesr fiimons pills nre so composed tin
they operate wboluomaljl on tlie stomach, the
liver, the bowels,and other orgabij by correct*
inK nnj derangernepu in their functions
when liy u sternly supply of pure materials lor
tbt renewal ol the IJIood is furnished, and a
eniisttint abltracliou ol effete products is ef-
leetud. This perfect circulation thus becomes
the very fountain ol health nnd life, and overcomes all form of disease wherever its situa*
tion.
Licncial DiaordcrH or the Liver
aud Stoma* li.
All who ever iudnltre a* table, either in eal>
ing or drinking, should take about ten of ties-
famous pills nt bed time, from which will res
suit a clear bead and good stomach ihe fell w-
ing morning. Thousands of Ladies are always complaining of sick headaches, want o
nppetite, want of energy, and want of strength,
to coirecl all these evils, three or four oi these
Pills should be taken twice a week, when ther
would give the invalid .he health ami appetiu
of a p'ougbman.
Females of all Apes and Classen
Obstructions ol any kind, cither in younj
or those between forty nnd fifty—the most crit-
icalpeiiod of life—may be radically remo.-d
by using these Pills according to the printed
directions which accompany each box. Younj
persons with sickly and sallow complexion)
may have the bloom nl health restored by thi:
t-orreetive, wi ich purifies the blood and expels all gross and impure humors from theFys-
tem. Beware then of the critical ago Iron
forty lo lilty, us it sends mnny thousands to
premature grave,—these Pills'should be taket
it that period of lile two or three times »
teek
IVant Of Strength and Energy-
Persons of sedentary habits, or those troubled in mind, working in factories or font
Pits, who cannot iibtuin that amnunt of frcst
air nnd exercise which nut ure requires, stiller
from weakness and delility, lowness of epiriJ
and wnnt of appetite. All such should take »
lose or two ol these Pills every three or foul
days, as they act gently and effectually on tin
lyitem and impart vi^or and energy to the
body, which is always followed by a go.il
appetite, sound and refreshing sleep, and »
high flow of spirits.
Tor the Cure or Dropsy.
The efflccy of Holloway'a i'ills in Dropsy
is extraordinary. Tbey act with such a peculiar effect upon thc system, thnt the fluid;
Causing thij direliil complaint, nre perceptibl
Jarrled olf ond proicnlid from nny furthcl
ai 'cumulation. The siilletet regains a buoy-
mcy ofspitits and rejoices in a completely
renovated constitution. It is indispensably
nece.-siiry thnt the Ointment should he most
effectually rubbed into tho complaining partfl
during the whole course of treatment.
Children and their aiiiim nlc
In no country in the world are more children
carried to an early grave than in Great Eritniu.
Coughs, Measles, Scarlatina, Fevers, and other
list-uses attack the little sufferers, apd death,
but too often, follows at a rapid pace ; yet if
nt the first stage ol these complaints, parents
were to have recourse to Holloway's Pills, sll
danger would be avoided, for the stomach
and bowels wohld oe gently bul effeclually
cleanser! by this milu aperient; the depraved
nuniors corrcctea ana tne secretions duly regulated. A perfect cure would loon be effected, and the I'ttle patient restored to soum1
health.
Holloway' Pi. t «e the best known remedy ln lk
world fm tha follow.ng disease!:
Fold at the Fslablisliment of Professor Holloway, SH
■•trsnd, (near Temple Bur.) I. niton ; als- by all reaped
able llrURirisia and Dealers in Me icinrsthroughout thi
civiliie.l woriil,at the lollowlng P'.ices—1». IU a 9d,
ts. Cd., lie., 22s., and 33s. each bos.
Female Irregular-1
L. 3. & Co., alio publish the
FABMPBS OXJIIDE
p.
[000
&%!mE1A2 Edinburgh, *nd the la.e J.
**$' $7 *r tht two "'"""n-V Mkl!, po.t paO,
au 21
Astlimn   .
Hi llioua Complaint!
Hlntrhea   ou   thi
.-kin
Bowel complaints
Cnlicft
Constipation of the
Bowls
Con Burnt tion
Det)i!itT
iWy"
Dj»6ntry
Erjaipelae
life*
l'"V"r of all kind
Kite
(■'out
H-ihl Ache
Imlitrt'-tinn
(iiHaimnatlon
Jaundice
Liver Complaints
Lumbago
I'lie*
Kbeumatlptn
Reicntion ef Urine
Scrofu'aorKiog *
Evil
Jore Throata
-^tone and fira"
nfcondary SjBP-
toma
TicDoloreux
Tuiutira
Ulceri
Venereal     afl'eff'
tlon a
Worms    of »
kinds
Weakness     fnll
whatever caurt
considerable   saving by  taking tb*
V   Therois
irxcrsiEfls.
Directions for the guldrnce of patients In everj d^«r
*d to each box.
der areatUne
'  gg
Printed and Published by McOlwei & Co. »*
the office, Langlsy Strt«t. J! '■
6b tiling    (Telegraph.
it MOAT   EVENING, KEPT. »&. !»•«•
i .■,'..
Hl.AIGMVT    III l-K
"I em n Rnmnn cij.ir.4n "' wns of o'il
th" pranilatt bna*A ot nationality ; ilia »
ftraat lioaat il wm.   R >mo was not only
Hie in stress of tliu word l)Ut her jieople
|Mmiw*sed tint htTtffU bli.ire of individual
I h. rty. To In'a l?o'tnni"cili7. n wns In
I'd a mun fnprrSai both nt homo and
* broad.     Two    thousand' *ymra\' Imve
«lii|iRed. hut we are ufruiit,   witli   ull   tlie
s'rides of  progress,   human freedom lias
inide hut fe^jfejeflVenwil*.' 'There nre b'lit
few national! ties nbwinduys thst.admit of
i he Romun'fiflfff^j ^utliiu.   ^isfe/wAS  a
I'mo when  .'(Juevi   BiilAiiK«tO(\d forward
•a   the   repi«Bct|tiitive tif eftf/tliing thai
wu« great and (rye.;, jhere .won 'a   rime
when the nieaim«t subject in  the   Empire
claimed   tho   attention   of-lhv governing
estates of the.yeulnt ; and when tiie boast
of being a British siiljjeel w/i» one found-
*d on something more tangible than sentiment.   That day. is, we nre.sorry to any,
j;o.ie    British sidjeftsliip- hit degenerated.    It has ceased to enforco politeness
in tiie despotic countries  of  Europe j   it
has ceased to engender respect  throughout iho civilized   or  even   the uncivilized
world.   The English Government, through
its intense sflfiillness  and it.-i in.lilf fence
to every chiss in tlie  country but-the one
wliicli can best take enre of itself, hns lost
its influence abroad, nnd the British subject   no   more   conNtiinds   attention   nt
home.    Poverty may forco-h in into crime,
or starvation may end his career  in   the
flrects ;   but, -not   until these stages ore
reached,.will   tho    paternal,    benignant
Government stretch foftli i's hand ; und
then its only assistance comes in the form
of a gaol for the one nt.d a coffin for the
o'her.    Lei us trample on tha worm, it
possesses tip sting,  is   lbe   policy   now
Lit   ns   cru-Ov thu helpless, they Imve no
means of retaliation.    Let the principle*
which guido  us  be  tl.oeo of fear en tbe
ei.e hniid mnl   supercilious   tyrannuy   ou
t'.ie oilier.-   Aa  for onr colonics, let us
keep   them  i«' leading/.stringsns long ns
wc can ; let us rekerve thcgubernntoriul
patronage for our aiistoirafic refuse ;   let
us grind the peaplu. down   wilh   taxation
to support our rcp'rcscii'lctT dignity ; let us
iu fact do . everything   but   acknowledge
thnt   fn'   British   colonist is a man, and
that he has gut inalienable rights.    If he
petitions us.for relief let us put his prayer
in the   waste   basket ;   if   lie   grumbles
I't us tuke iiway   the tilth*  modicum  of
power ho possesses; let  us in fact show
him lie is no more in  our  eyes   thun Ihe
gorilla of Cent ml Africa —that be is living
on tlie sufferance  of British aristocracy.
If perchance,.however, he should become
restive—if there is danger of our getting
into trouble  through t'int  di-ease   ho is
most liable lo fuU.into, insolent democracy,
then letus  do  tig wo have done before ;
let   ii,  givo   l.i'ii what ho demands ; hut
let it  not'bo suid we ever acknowledged
n right or grained a  privilege lo  these
base born "hounds that was not forced
from us.  Wo recognized the independence
of our American colonic*when wb could
not help it, bill,no', before. We scon 'ed the
complaint* of Oanadii until she rose into
rebellion, when' we Wade ficr every amend.
.We ridiculed the demands of the- Australian miners nnti!   tliey look up arms  and
set our laws nt dtfiance, when we granted
them  whdfc Mjcy; nskech; Itf^a word we
kicked and cuffed cur colonies, depending
all the while on t-hefr effctiSn Wd loyalty
—knowitig iHeX of all animals,"their Inhabitants nre the  most pa,tient and most
uncomplaining.    It was only  when   the
creatures became desperate through  ill-
usage, that  we   relaxed   our parentul at
tention and sent them out on their " own
book."   Evtfn  now,  whilo   onr  colonial
connexion is  trembling iu the bnlnnce—
when a day  may bring  forth even'Tthat
will precipitate onr North American colonies into the American Republic—we are
carrying out our old game—a game yhich
has cost ns so much ill feeling in the past,
and which is bound  to cost  us as much
in the future—tbe gume of seeing to jvhnt.
extent r.'e can  press our aristocratic foot
on   the neck of our colonial   offspring.
Vancouver lei tnd  comes to us with petitions for union with British Columbia, in
order t'iat cheapness and efficiency .may
characterize her Government. The people
having confidence in  our  kindness  and
liberality are prepared to accept uny Con.
■titit'ioii with which we may provide them.
Jl is a riiihcr'6upeifiiious condescension ;
fur whatever constitution we think proper
Now AiKi'itist'inciit*.
KT O T I O E
to give llit-ui tin y '"lis', unconditional or
coudi ioiial risulmiuiiH lo the oubbU'J
uiiiiniilit uiiiiin.',   adept,     llowufcr, I'ka
good loyul lliiiieh  Mi'jicts, ss  they nre, I 	
they  hure  confidence in us, und,  ll our    * 3 U Li E R     &     CO.
.iti f show, witii good reuse i,    < ur trusty-j-
*uil will-lieluvid S yinotir says (lie inhub     1JUY AXD H'l.l. \,\   IBS' and HUNT'S
hunts uro demagogues ami   imti- for self- : 1) ea-t-i.ir eloll.lnf.
" ° i'|, ilus.flean iliiiid ri'i'aired at die tliorlest
government ; their own Clovcri.or, Ken.   „„i,(t.,
netly, corroborates  the assertion, and as, GOVERN MENT   STIIEET,
iftocliuili   Hi" inaiier Fends ns   exlisels!      y,„.,r opl,„: iu „,,-t. xi(.|„,i„, u,,, |.
fri'in a public journal cilied the Chronic e, \ to U-lm •
in which the   people'srepresentatives  ure ,
siigmntZ'il us scoundrels und black-legs ; j
which liovtrhoi' Kennedy is landed for (
New   Advertisements
in Appeil   to   the 'Citizen* of
Vic<oii . V I-
snubbing   the   Assembly,   for  oppress* j'I »<*   COTOREOXtlON   KMASr-M.   OK
" •" n 1   Victmii.V  1., tu u.eeiiiig Kiieuililed, tins
the.,1'uloiiy with burdens, nud   settiug Ihe | da>, iSuiur.lav, .Sept. lit), I8(iu,
peoplent defiance; and iu  which a Crown I     *>•<*"'*• > .,l",."id "f °",r I"''1!",?  °*£
11 ' ' zeusolall Denouiiii.itiniis lie Milnited ilirinittli
colony is prayed for as tlie only pai acea.   the f llowing Hiulioriii-il and <Jn y appoint-■!
We, the.Biilish Government, arc not hud
logicians after all. A public' newsp'iper
must bo supported liy tlie public—il it
tries, tike His Excel.ency the Governor,
to make out timt the people aro mini for
self-government, iho sentiment mint meet
with tin; approhation ol the public, or a
sufficient portion of them to sustain (lie
journal ; hence »e huve ibis portion,
embrucing, it would seem, the Chamber
of Commerce, supporting tbe two Governors agnilist a few scoundrels in the Legislature. The case is e'ear. L"t u*reduce
theso people to serfdom Tux them, our
trusty Seytuiiir, until fiey grinngiin ;
ruio them, our well-lieloved, until ll.ey
take tlieir depurluie lor the other side
and become good American citiz-us ; and
tin n, when ili'iu bust uccouiplislied tliis
desirable feat—when thon hist driven
these patient rats from the sinking ship
—come to us end wc will besto./ o .r
knightly honors upon Mice. So may it
fare with our good, faithful, and loyal
colonists, nnd with nil persons everywhere
who place their trust and confidence in
our liheral and paternal rule.
Ctains and .Anchors.
TWENTY  TONS CHAIN
Short Lin'icd snd proved from i to J
AM)
a. isr o ih: o ir s 3
Front 'J'1 lo 800 pounds.
se 'i3
l'ur fliile hy
I'I'IrKIt M'QfADK,
Wliarf street, Viet.iria.
REMOVAL.
New Advertisemeufs.
VICTOliUTilEATRi;
Xj e o t ure
In'   AID OE TUB
FIRE   DEPARTMENT
'PHE FII'.K DEPARTMENT UEG LEAVE
I to notifv the publie of Victoria that M-tt.
LEG 11 IIAi:.\En\ of Han Francisco, list
kindly conse.ned to de ivef a Lecture in aid
of the (ieacriil Eiuid, which is at presient.iii
such a condition Ihat ivc are mialile lo meet
our current expenses. It is to Vie hoped that
the'citizens of Victoria, who bave OU so many
former times sbown thi-ir liberal spirit, will
not on (liis occasion a:low tbis appeal to be
made in vuiu.
0\ WEDNESDAY EVh\ ^G SEPT. 2C.
Mr. Legh Harnett
Will deliver
A.      Hi F. G T TJ -RF
At die
VICTORIA    THEATRE
— 1N'-
AIU   OF   TIIE   FUNDS
OF   TIIK
VICT02IA Mi DEPARTMENT
tUIJJECT:.     .
" Ti:e Genius ol icgland hnd America."
His  Worship   Mayor  Franklin   has  kindly
consented to preside.
Tickets. 60 cts ;   Hksbiivbo Shti, 75 cl.i
Box office will.be ope i at 10 n lot, on Tuesday
Morning ihe 23th  inst.
The Chair will be taken at 71p.m. precisely.
se 24-ld
(ominl'iee. And that filch Committee Cn
denvor, h» everyi nfms in Iheir power, lo
raise funds whereby |i»rt ol the debt or mortgage ou the Isn.elitish ."yHngoguc may be
cancell'rd. Koovlog ihe lilieral views and
gencroiity of the BlifstM of "Victoria, the ron-
gregutiun has no' the s ichtest doubt (making
due iillowiinee for lbe dullr ees of thc season)
that lliliii appeal will meet wilh that lespun.e
which the exigency of the case requires.
A. JACOB.-i, l'resident.
L. A.^rilOSV, Ssortlary.
11. II. (.'OMEN',
LEWI- LEWIS,
D. ^lllHI'SKn,
J W. KEV*F,H,
se2l Com mi tee on Subscription.
GRAND PaOMEOE
C0NCERT1
st
— AT—
Government House,
THIS    EVENING
TUESDAY.  £ept. 25,
AT  a   i a  O'CLOCK,
i'NDi:n the  ksi'Eciai. rAfuoXAOK or
U1S"LXCI Lira Till! GOVERNOR.
—AXp--
Kxb- and the Misses Kennedy,
AWM1UAL   AXD MRS. DHXMAX,
THE
Office s of H, Iff- Ship;, etc.
Oi which occa-iou
The Band of H M. S- Sn»lej, Tha Band
of the Volunteer Corps, a:.d ; otlier
Artistes will appear-
H'-»Tnrner & Co.
GOVERNMENT STREET,
VICTORIA, V. I.
TICKETS ONE 1)01.L\R- May he procured of T. N. HinimN k io., 1) ioksi'1 ers,
Oovcrnniciit street.
Beiy-The proceeds will be appped to the
Kunds of thtj V. It Corps. so 23-td
NOUVteAUTES
di:   l'aitomne   kt D'iiiver.
J; II. TUUNERET CIE.,
Out l'lionneur d'Wortner lours
amies ot Ic imblic quil viunnes do
rcoovnir un iisanrtiiiient tlo Nottve-
nnirs tlo Modus des Meillenn Muis-
ons do Paris.
MAISON  DE LONDRKS.
.   .Soptembre, 1806. bc23
Cow For Sale
\ COW (AND CALF SIX WKEK J OLD),
il. warranted perfectly gentle,     1'ncc $oi.
o
C Nl \S, James Ray.
\Y.   IIEATII011N
a*jlli;OS   LEAVE   TO   INFORM   HH
rB.7   Irltnds   and  the  | ublic  that  he  has
^^ K-muved Ids
Boot and Shoe Store
To Gnrr.RNMr.XT btrkst, two dnors from the
"Colonist and Chronhle" Olllce, wheie Uc
will continue bis Rout Making business.-
BOOTS AND SHOES MADE TO ORDER
Of the best materials and workmanship.
N.B.—Repairing iloue nt shoitest notice,
se 23
New  Goods
EX   "RGYAL   TAR.''
THOS. WILSON & CO.,
Invito attanlion tu thsir
HCW St.Mk of W'l.VliiR
u o O ll s just arrived hy
ISovul   Tar    from   l.oiulon,
l'(IIK!Slli!»{J     Of
I'LAXX KLS-Wki.sh— Twilled Sjxdiij
I'luin uud I'iiiii-)- t'uliirs
DITTO — Cantor — White   and   Un-
iileiiflitd
ULANKKTS—AUsiws
BALMORAL SKIRTS
FllKNCII   MKRIXOS—In nil colors
Hoyles' Prints, Horrocks.s' Long Cloths,
Linen and Cotton T.cks, Sheetings,
Quilts, Dnigget Siqua es, Gnen Riize,
Hollands, American Leather Cloth,
—AND—
A General Assuitinent of Gonds suitable for
the Autumn and Winter,
Tho\   "Wilson &  Co.,
MASOXIC UUILDlNtf,
(;OVERMim\T   STRELT.
se 20
Also, a young Meer_
Appl^ lo
Attention, Fire repartmen'!
" THURSDAY"
REAL  ESTATE
BALE OV
PIR8T-OLA.S9
OITY PROPERTY i
Sales   Positive - Titles
Guaranteed.
J.P.Davies&Co,
A'e iiiRtrttcted liy the Mortgasees
TO SELL  AT 1'UBLIC  AUCTION
At   S al cs r ooffl,
WHARF STREET,
Thursday, Sept. 27th,
AT 12 O'CLOCK, SHARP,
ALL THOSE pieces or parculs of
land in the town of Victori i, V. 1.,
siiunle on Fort street, and bounded M
follows; Begiiinniiifj nt u point on the
northerly side of Fort street, 180 feet
east from the corner of Blunt-hard and
Fort streets ; tlicnce northwardly at right
angles 120 feet ) tlicnce westwerdly 30
feet ; thence southwardly 120feet; thence
enstwnrdly lo tho place of li ginning,
being the easterly hulf of town lot {'486)
two hundred and eighty-six, together
with all improvements thereon, com-
piising the double f outage Store,
twenty two feet front, together with the
five roniiied Dwelling House, lathed mil
plustercd throughout nnd papered inn
pla-ter ; lnrge kitclien 25 hy 14 feet ; fine
fruit nnd vegetable garden in the rear,
and large Oute Entrance'on Fort street.
This property wns la'el) rented ns a piiino
store to Mr. Dugnnl at the low rental of
Twenty Dollars per month. For further
pnrticnlurs apply to JOHN COPLAND,
sq , Attorney nt law, Bastion street.
ALSO, FOR SAME At COUNT
JAMES BAY BREWERY
IN CONFORMITY WITH   SBC TION    II nf
the Firemen's Froteetion Act, tnul, notice
is hereby k'ivcii   that  un election of two duly
qualified persons tu fill  the respective oflhes
of Chief and  Assistant  Engineer of ihe V c-
t'Tin Department lor the ensulnr year will he
held nt the Hnu e of the  Deluge Engine Co,
No. 1, Mtonday Ihe l-u day of Oetober ncit, nl
10 o'clock m the furedbun.    Thc Poll will b
tlaS*4 ui 4 o'clock p.m.
Ry oider
S. L.   KKI.I.V, President V.F.O.
E. 0. ilOLUE.V, lion. Sec. V.l'D.
se 20
—AND—
LONDON    HOUSE,
September, J8G6.
a' a
LONDON'   FIRM,
J   P   Tunstall  & Oj.
We hare received by "Royal Tar"  and late Express arrival
great part of our Autumn and Winter Stock.       It comprises as usual a
fttU assortment of Staple and Fancy Goods.
Linens, Cottons, Prints, Damasks,
Br,.#fKETs, Fla^nkls, tec.,
•   Dress Goods, The New Linseys, Serges, Merinos,
Popunes, Plaids, &c.
Shawls—Rich Broche, Wool, Himalayan, &c,
Ladies' and Childiien's Underclothing,
JIantlks, Furs, Hosikuy, Emrroidkries, Lace
Goods, &c.
Millinery - Wreaths, Hetnl Dresses, a beautiful selection
of Bonnets in the Lamballe, Pamela, and other new
shapes;   Hats in silk, velvet, and straw.
This departmnt is now under thc direction of a First Class Frenclt
Maimer, who arrived by last steamer.
■     The above tjomls have been selected by our London partner with great
rare, ami will be sold on im,st favorable terms. y
tc21
H.   Turner   &   C7o.,
Agwrtrfor Alcxaiulrc'/Kid Glovelf,
P» L-A. IN" T .
A LL THOSE pieces or parcels of land
in the town of Victoria, V I., situate and
known on the official map of the same as
Town Lots Nos. 1733 and 113-1, hating
a frontage of AC feet each on Michigan
street, James Bay, by a depth of 165
feet, the two lots nlaking half on acre ;
together with all improvements* thereon,
which comprise the four roomed Cottflga
resilience, three 6tnll Stable and Coach*
honse, flue Fruit and Vegetable Garden,
nnd one of the best brick Wells in the
colony, 78 feet deep, with large force
pump, the well bringing in a rental of
TEN DOLLARS PER MONTH.
The Brewery Comprises
Brewhouse, lur^e Copper, resting on brick .
arch, Mush nnd Malt Tubs, UnJerback
Cooler, Brick Cellar, Malt Room, with
work round, Mult House, with brick floor,
lirijt Malt Kiln, with flues complete, also
large Bottling House.
8&.Mic!iignn street is one of the best
macuduuiised streets on the Island.
SSfTbe Brewery and Plant are complete in every respect und capftblo of sop*
plying both colonics.
This property is well worthy the attention of intending buyers.
ACTS OF SALB AT BUYERS' EXPENSE.
sc 17
j. P. Mnn, * ۥ.,
Auctioneers. 89-
Gbtning    OTcI cgrnplj.
TUESDAY EVENING, .SEPT. 25, 1866,
COMMERCIAL
IMSSKSUtlll.
Per stmr ELIZA ANDERSON from Puget
Stiiinil—i R Williamson, Mr Troup, K WooJ,
HnChipp, Mr* Dr Milliard unrl child, Mr-
lulia Trunt nml t'hilil, Mr* Goo'lliine, Mr
m'hkiii-i■ ami » ilr. Mr McDonald, II iluiihain,
Win Mi tar, Pierce Lagurey, I'nil lUn-d, Mr
I'niiinerinan, Thus and Wax Robertson, ./ T
Htn'le, A and U WotsaBi Mr lJtiriuun, J Mur-
k, Mr p»j,} Rushy, J Tnruhull, Mr IMck-
iiudm, 0 I'ugt, two Chiu.until mnI i; Klooti linen. '    "
Per stmr JOSIK McNEAIl lm Puget Sound
—Hon Allen Francis, Mr-i Francis, K C M -
Loon, CallinghaSi, llruninwnd, Mr Longmire,
Mil) libngmire, ' Quail, Thompson, John
numbers, V, M Sargent, Mrs Patten. Mm
Wood, Mn Talleutire, Mm Wallace, Smith, A
J Baldwin.
(U*>IU>KKl.
Per stmr KLIZA, ANDERSON from Puget
Hound—.McDonald, ltobcilsou Stewart, Ur^d-
rick. Order.
Per stair JO IK McNKAR fin Puget Sound
-Carson k Co, (1 D Clarke, Reynolds k Co,
Mitchell
l.-PijHTS.
Per slmf RUZA ANDERSON from Puget
Hound—2 horses. 80 bxs breed, l« sks oys-
ii'i-, 10 bbls Hour, 1 Ue skins. 0 bis fruit
Per stmr JOSIK McNKAR fm I'ug. t Sound
■—172 iheep, 09 sheep, 12 hd cattle, 300 lbs
tomatoes _   .
■ llll>i>lNU IK'l'Kl.l.lUKNCfc.
HOOT OF VICTORIA, VAgCOUVKX   ISLAND
KNTGIIKU.
Sept 25—Stmr Josie McNear,  Wintor, Port
Asssloi
Nlmr Kliia Anderson,  Finch, Port Angelos
echr Torndyke, Thoruton, San Jlliln
CI.KAUEII.
Sept 25—Sip Oaoan Queen, guii h, Sun
Jllilll .    .
Sclir Harriet, Dwyer, San Jtinn
Stmr Kliia Anderson, Finch, J'oit  Ange'os
Kcbr Tborqd;ke, Thornton, ."an Juan
D«s«rtios—OWen Thomas, a \oung Welsh
lad. "as charged ia tho polire court today
br Captain Mark, with dcs. rtinj from the ship
Royal -Tar. The prisonor said he wanted lo
leave the ship.and join the navy. The magistrate ordered bim to bc locked up fur 10
il»j», lellinj the cnp'ain he could apply for
t .o man if h'C wanted liim before thai time.
Mr. Bishop, who appeured-lor C ipTiui Murk,
took occasion to state to the magistrate that.
Li't night a mob- of rowdies, ev dcally friends
of the seamen who hud complained of ill-
trciilment on the Royal T*)r, went alongside
the ship last mgtit' about 12 o'clock', and
abused and threatened the cnptiin. The
magistrate "said tiie captain could have a
»1> cial policeman by applying tu the Superintendent ul Police.
Whisky Ssti.iso— Samuel (Foodwin, barkeeper at ibb'Wbite'Ilorsc Hotel, was charged by Sergt. Penal to-tiny with selling a bottle of liquor. U> two klootchinen. Prisoner
pleiult'd guHty, but alleged ihnt he thought
the new Indian Liijuoc Law was fas ed. The
luiigislrate said lie would let lilm off wilh thc
light fine of $100 or two months' imprisonment.
Two Mux Kipleu—We have lcirned that a
dilculiy occurred,, some week or ten d ys
ago, between two white men, Harry i-pittle, a
Mr. iiolau, and some Indians, on the Snohomish river,\and Ihat the Indians killed both
Of the white men. We have not been able to
leurn tbe particulars of the murder, or
whether steps have beeu Uken to arrest the
ludiatiB—P. S. Weekly.
As ex-Assf.vri.v Max —A letter from Rris-
bnne, the capital of Queensland, Australia, received bare bya gentleman por last mail, states
lh..t Mr. Charles Street, formerly M.L.A. lor
Smnich, has opened a. dry-goads store in that
place, and is likely to do well. Ihe letter
mentions that-South Aastralia had been suffering dreadfully trt*Mi a two years' drought.
Heef was 9d. {Aa*f\ per lb. Brisbane wns in
«very dephieaed itatc.
Itowmu .Gmjb.—Tho Club.racing boat built
bj Lacbapell? was launched yesterday nfter-
ternoon, and this morning a crew consisting
"fMessrs. Jackson, Wood, McCreight, and
Howell, wi* Mf'Penrkes as coxstfain,'took
her up the'Arm, and back. She sits the
wstcr like a ,duck, is very steady, and pulls
besntifully. She msy be seen moored out in
"ie stream off Lachapelles this afternoon.
Ai.abii OF Fibk. — Several tins of pitch that
were being melted in the yard behind Smith's
Grocery, Government street, to be used on
'he roof *>f the buil ling, took fire this afternoon and caused in nlnrm, the fire companies
turning ont with commendable alacrity. The
H»mes were however extinguished by hand
without difficulty.
DlSASTBB  T1 TUB   KoMOST —Mr. J. R. StCW-
*'t of this city has received informalion thnt
tbe sfiip Egmont, which sailed from London
lost March with the submarine cable for
■Wiring's Straits on board, had put into
Mnur.tius on May 3d in a leaky state, and
Would be detained two or tbree months fur
"pairs. '      ■' ' "'	
F«o» Pbobt' Sound—Thc steamers Elin
Anderson and Josie McNear nrrived this moi-
"'"gwlth passengers and freight as publi bed
'I'ewbere.
R«v. D3. Evans arrived down from Nanai-
ma to-d»y", having come down to Saanich
Je-t(jrday in a canoe and thence by road this
"o-ning.
Inihas   TilOL'lll.KS    IN   OllEUOS.—T:ie
Portland Orrgoaian sarin—" Affairs in
Eastern Oregon nre lu n dep'omblc ou-
diliou. It is literally true Unit there \»
nu sh. nrity lor life or priijii-rty ra»t nf the
CVcnilo mountains. Indian marauder*
are theie doing ihdir IvihUsI) work without inierriipiiun mi.I wiihuut t'oulml
Basilic** is broken Up, communication between different piirtloi.B ol the country is
interrupted, and all the (men-sis of that
part of the Stale ure siilfiriu^ from th-
general feeling of iiiMCiirily thai everywhere prevails. Nor i» ihere uu iiniiii'iii-
ate prospeet of n cliui.ue l.ir I he belter.
On ihe   contrary the sttaalion  tliere is
glowing wurse villi worse. The Indians
huve it ull their own wuy. Noplaces except the iiiililnry cumps and lite most
populous towns ure sale nj{iiiiisl their in
cursions. Ami evi ii befura t!ieLc they nut
uiifretpienily appear, and uf'er makin.' u
lurge haul of slock and other buoty, re-
^te lo their hiding pieces, to reappear
where hast ejected to plunder uud to
kill. 'Hi's son, of thing lias been going
on for fully two year* Ample time has
elapsed lor the Uoverniuent lo luke eoi-
uizuice of ii uml provide a remedy. Yet
relief t-eeins us fur i.ft' us ever."
Civil vs Mimtaiiy Hli.k — A o •
respondent of the Puget Soirid Weekly,
gives a report of'the proceedings at the
recent District C mrt held nt l'ort Towus-
end, siys nn inilic:iui'iit was found against
Cipt. Oiiiv of San Join Island fnr false
Imprisonment ami milicinus trespass
The Cuptain refused to ullow the slVrill
of Wlialnun Ctiunty lo lines', him. The
lodge ordered the Sluiiff lo bring him if
it look nil the Hien in the Tcrnlo y to do
it. 'Iho SierilT then went with u posse
io arrest the Ouptulll, wlio iiif.niicd li in
thnt he hud seen Ihe U. S. Attorney nnd
made arrangements so that it was not
necessary fnr him to uppe ir. Tlie Sheriff
and posse relurned nn I f.Himl that Mr
llolineS had applied for u stay of proceed ng*, which the Court refused, re-
|> utitii the order for the Cu plain's urre: t.
And so tho mutter tests at present.
[X verdict was since rendered ugniust
Capt. Gray for $7,000, us we have already
noted.— Kb. Ti:i, 1
Point Townsexd.—A correspondent of
the I'. S. Weelila sajts :
l'ort Townseiid i.s improving We arc
now blessed will: a good hotel which this
i town has much needed'fnr some time.
Mr. Sires bus lilted up tlic l'uineer Hotel
in gnu.I stive nud with good tasto and is
«cll pte|iuied to receive the travelling
public. I here is cousiilerublc whitewashing and papering gning on, on tlie
Sircnglll of the reiuiival of the Custom
House to His p'acc next mouth I'mp-
eity, however, Imh not gun* up Onod
bui!ding lots ball be hud at. $50 nnd upwards. A sou of F. W. I'lMygrnye exhibited in town n large p'lithi-r tbat had
been killed in liis licld on thu night of the
lsth   in t     It   measured   7   feet  and
weighed U0 pounds.    It  had Carried oil'
several sheep uud iho dugs  li id   ull    lost
their reputation for botiesir.
TELEGJEIAPHIC.
!or lier at Hie Occidental Iloiel. aid the
Hawaiian It.ig was hoist d ovet that
bu Iding
Arr.vid.Sept 2J—Bat;t W A  Bank*,
10 tlnys Irom Seabeek ; bnrk iTetiionl,
9 d-iys fnMB Settlvck. 23d—IJark l-igul
render, 11 d iy» frmn Port  Maili-nu
Sailed, Sept 23, Hamburg li.nk Louise,
Melbourne.
S|ii'«'l;i!  KotlCC*.
Mu. 'ii\\ bi'ei to annoua#e to lbe innabit-
llili Ol .ietiiria tlmt be Im-. lately received a
lata* a*s rt-uenl ot  OliiMrtn'* oirrlaa^s aiid
I'liairs, Fi-lnnif ll**l|fls mill I'l-lnog C'lii^f,
mil n larir" >ju intitv of Mtrket and Inve lint;
llaskatt, China Vases, turn , 'luods sad Toys,
a I ol tvliictt have to be soil on ur before
t*'elirn try next at Brniily reduced prices
tluodi sold al who'esale lor cn-<t puces.     *
R'.HoviL.—Messrs. .Solomon Ilr.is. have removed lo the two-story brick building on
Uoverumeiit sirscti Opposite the St Nicholas
Hotel. Tiny huve rec-i-lvcd, ex shin Mohawk,
fiom London, a flue assirtincpt of men's
clotli ng and underclothing, which tbey will
sell lower tliun any buuse in town. Give them
a tall. *
Now Advci'tisoiir?iits.
New AilvrrtiftftnrtitB
Queen Charlotte Coal QLYMPIA    OYSTERS
Min ng Company (Lim )  .
  IN   KVKKY   STYLE  AT
A.   Wt   PIPER'S,
Notice   cf   Meeting.
AX BX'RAORDUURY OBXBRAL MKKT- I
i ii If of .*harehohl»TS ot Itiis i oin|oin_v will t
Auatsnona't Gi.ovss—.Messrs. J. II. Turner
k Co.. London Iloiisi, have received to-day,
by   Bspresi   Irom   I'aris, a lull  Assortment of
Icxniitlr.'s faminis kid iilovc, for which
they are the sole aifen's iu Vancouver Istnud
and" Ilriiish 13. lumliiit. *
Mn. Dniuv Palmku r*qu**t* tliat orders for
teaching, playing and tuning rlaiofortes,aad
for instinctinn in yin^ing, may tie left wi'h
Messrs. Hibben k Carswell, Stationers and
Rooksrllers, Governineut street, or at his residence, near the top of Fort street. *
Actum* Fashions. — fircss goods fur
autumn, and bats tot the nutinni s-n-on, of
the latest style, with feathers to mate'', have
just b en received   at  tn   bosons   Boon,
liovernmciit street, in 40 days from   l.oii'lon.
Faracu MiLLlVKiiV—The millinery department at Lomlon llou-e is now under the man-
aKCineet of a lady who nriived by Inst steamer from I'aris.    J. II. TVHXSR k Co. *
be held in ihe 0000 of 'he Company, Citt
Council Chambers^ on Friday lbe '..'Sib of
tieptenita-r, 1800, at one o'clock.
Uusii"-- To conllrm the (peeial resolutions p issed at a meeting hell August 2stb,
IMiiU. ond other bU niese nhich uniy tyiue
lealtinatelr befuie the sal l meeting.
J. S. WILLIS,
sell) Secretary.
FOR
SALE,
i\b   lilt
Bent Welsh Rarebits
ON    THE    ISLAND.
se IU
NOTICE.
SLUMPS RSON'S HAVIN'O CL KlHS
. 1 ogTn-t tbe undersigned sre requested to
prraent diem within 30 days from date.
All persons indebted to iV undersigned an
requested to fettle tbeir eeeaents within 30
days e'lher by uot* ar o*»*r»ise, or ihey will
A GOO » MARE (IX FOAL), V1TI! TEAR-    he g ven  to   my Attomey tut collection, as I
ling colt   by   her   side.    Will work In    iutend lo leave for Korope.
single or double harness. se 101m J. W. KKYsJEA
Apply at the
Hoixowsv's I'm-.—ti iiIum i.j I'niiiic mptslata
—'Hi se in.i.inili. are kVeriinMBt, mn it left oust.
leudd fifqiltutljl te minute fe-ll.. it Mwuld b^
everiwh ie knonn tli'i both Stiptera sod dUirbatdt.
lei d'o-the prpfen.'e ct lUHns uiel iC'.leJ ritHiHiice in
the Heir ill t-r bowek, "r i"ii e d.I trrii-iii .i .* ler In
tlebtwl, tnd tliat UoHowsi'l Pillt eji, ur'teiilier
Willie ieand eSneillMrtl. 'I'liey rone ntisl" in ft snr-
I'rniin Seffro* pnrifjlrs, alternative. rej.nl» 1 \tt led
ilrfnttboali K .uallt'es, nn-l thm exert "V.-r . very In-
torn il nr.:ati tlie whuleioinulv euDimlUn* luSUfVJ ■•'
neceHiarj'f^i *nb liilnit exc-asivo acilon In Hie liuinin
fr tee. H.-ll. W /'• moiriee nny tie BSVSIHsfemtSly
mkei lit ' a inesni . f ket-piini tli • bt oil I'nre nul Hie
body eool—tne on'y P'Sotiealils  plnn of  ai intuiian
Ilea III III vial li. moil I, nn I nld ie.
Office of the Eveni ig Te'egraph>
LANULEV  STREET. se 9
T
FOB     SA3LE
WO   OIIOYERi RAKER SEWIXO
Victo ii Turn Ve rein.
4LL MEMIIEHS OF THE AHOVB IS-
Hitution who wish to attend regular
practice, are requested to bc present nu tbe
lirst Monday in September, when clas.es will
b»- formed commenclaj irtlh the siurplasl exercises, aud going through the wide course.
CHAiiLES DECIIEXT,
nu2:t Tiiriitvnrt.
Singer's Machine, No. 2, for  One and  heavy
| work.
All ihe   goods pcrtaiuin? to  the business,
including cotton   goods,   ticking,  pulu, and
i oilier goods too numerous too mention.
Thc  above will  be  sold for less than cost
j within 30 days.'
Tonus—Cash or approved Notes.
New   Advertisement*.
On y FarlejFrancais.
IUS    I.K    rATRONAGi:    lilSIIXCLE    MII.0UD
JONXIDULI..
Musos tm Rui.LT Loav,     )
Rue Jobn<on, Srptembre, 1800. (
MOXSIKDR UERTIIELKMV DE.KHAM
a l'lionneur d'informer pes ami' ct le
publldue, tbat he still continues to make Ihe
largest bread in town His Dully Loaves
arc s ild •
VViiis   pour  un   quart,  /lonne qualile.
Try  t mnl be convinced.
| [Le i'aiilniii Sentinel et les Journal de la Cour
de Londrtttout pries de .ie pas copier.]
se'24 lw
I'.Hl «)|X'.
Liveiipooi., Sept. 22, noon.—The
steams, i I'eisiii which sails from here ut
noon for New York tnkes.oul X3.1,000
on Anierii-iiu account. Quite a rnnn'ier
of Fenians wero arretted hero to-.l >y.
Anns ami in nun ioni ol war supposed tn
iielong loilie lirotherlnwd wtre alio found
secreted in vat lobs puns of the city nnd
were prutitpily seized.
Mexico.
Xew YmtK, i-ipt. 22, noon.—Tba
Herald't Vera CtU7. correspond, nl of the
11 111 stal'S that there are no indications
of Ilie withdrawn! of t'toncli trrops. The
Eighty first Prench regiaient was expected
lo leave on Hie 10th, but ofily one but
liilicn cnine down from the capital. French
arms were expected in lu^e iimoiints to
increase the strength of tlie Imperial nrmy.
General Uriquu proei eds to Europe on a
mission, and will then accompany the
Empress back to Mexico. .Maximilian
hus sent a minister Jo tbe l'ope.
Washington, S'-pt. 23-M. Romero
litis received dispatches from Vera Cruz
of this month containing most gloomy information for Maximilian nnd .ho French.
President Juurez and his cabinet were
miking preparation* to establish at Monterey a national government.
California.
San Feamhsco, Sept. 2-1—The Sncra-
meiito wilh Iii r Majesty Queen Emma on
bonrd was telegraphed at about 10 o'clock
lo-dny ; nt ten minutes pn-t two she
rounded Fort l'oint, followed a few
minutes later hy tbe U S. stenmcr Shu-
briek, and recei-ei! a salute of 21 guns
from the Fort ccminir up the harbor. She
was .saluted nt B at k l'oint. The some
salute was given ns t>he passed tlic Yan-
dcrbilt, which hoisted the IInwaii.ui fl.ig
at her foremast. The Sacramento intruded universal attention ns ("he came
up the bay, from the fact of her flying an
enormous tl ig nt her mainmast head - the
Koyul Stindard of Ha«nii, made ol
Royal dimensions, nhcitt the s zo of * first
class clipper ship's foresnil. The Queen
wns officially rcreir. d^ without orientation,
by Or. C. M. Hitchcock, American Could to the Sandwich Man Is. Klcginl
apartments profusely decorated with rare
and beautiful flowers have been arranged
e
SAN   FRANCISCO
OYSTER  SALOON
LEATHER,   HARNESS,
ANU
Trunk Manufactory.
WJV1.  DALS7 & CO
WJK TAK''. TIIK l'RK-;i-:\'T OITORTL'X-
\ V ity lo thank onr i.nineio'is anstomers for
the I,ber il iia'roiiaizii bcsioaeil uiioa u4, nnd
tn iitloim ihem and tlie pu'oi.- in treuernl tliat
we are hot i'"r''yin{; on, in e 'On'-etinn ivilh
our LEATIlKIt .•sTORB, i s  msnnfa lurs  of
HAI1NI'>> ol nil ili'seripiions, also IKU.N'ICS
and V AI.I-SI'.S.    Wn lime . o'lsinnl'v nn hand
■ Mfc* anortmsni of 1st.ami TaN.NIS i KIR,
CALK, II \i:ni:.-=>', SlU.I', WICI.T, STRIXU
nml Ull\IN I.KATIIKHj also a t;elnriil ns-
sorlliieni of dllOrtM tKKII'8 KIM) SV,H.
Parlies reqniiing nay thing in onr line
should nivc ns a Iri d. as we Will supply them
cheaper than auy home north of Sau l'ran-
c'sco. |
BELTINU   MADE   TO   OROSIU
'JTcrinta   Cash.
Wm.   Dalby   St,  CO.,
—ALSO
Hard wars,
the same
The entire s'ock of Crockery,
Furniture,   Fancy (joods, 4c., ot
terms ns above.
. All goods unsold after 3b days will be sold
nt auction,
se IC-ltn J. \V.   KEVHER.
Aliens! 2
Yu'es s'ree'
th, 1861.
Victoria, V
I.
20
For ?ale Ex Camden,
Government
l?e!-w en Gus  Keyscr's
street,
ind W.  Wilson's
T
iIIK  rNDKItSICNKIl, IS VIKW OK TIIK
L n Good lim ■" folks said were connug,
his 0P8NKD Ibe Shore premises, nnd intends
to OPBN THB DEaT OVSTKl'.S the market
furnishes.    T ey will be
Kunslrd
Fried
sirwril
In or Out of the Shell
.1. R. Hl'ELL.
afg- Open at all hoars.
se 23-lni
Victoria Rifle Coips,
i GENERAL MEETING OF ALL MKM-
\ bers of b"lh compauies of Ihe Corps will
lake place ihis (Tl'KSDAV) evening, --ep-
teniher IS, al the New I) ill Hull, Carswell-*
Block, Kurt Street, at 7:30, to lake into eon-
sideration the most appropriate mode of
tendering the in knowlecgements of thc Corps
to C.ititain Lung on bis retirement as Com-
tnnn.iU ORicer. 1.1*. W0OB, ,
se24 Capt. 2nd Coy.
STRAYED   AWAlT.
A BLACK AND TVS TK.RRIEIt
Hog about nine months old and of
(rood medium size, with light spots
on h'S fore feet. Whoever will return it to
thc owner will bc liberally rewarded.
JBdSB   i OUTER,
sej.t Root nnd Shoe JHore, Yates st.
l Dorborij & Rueffi
COMMISSION1   MERCHANTS,
Importers and Wholesnlc Denies in
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS,
OfWUta ttntl (Shoes,
Wlmrf street, Yietorio, V. 1. se 2
V   LARGE   ASSORTMENT   OK   RortiH
end dressed lor sale cheap,
J. R0RERTSON STEWART.
Victoria, V   I.. 201* August, 1666. se 2J
Hosteller, Backer, add Angostura Bltlers,
Oregon Cider lu bUis. and 11 es,
l ini  I hi ranks, half-ruski and eases,
Saalerne and (aliloinl.i While Hhir,
Frcutb  llfiih. I 90 O.I'.,
I Dg. lll«|Uiil, l.uium and  Bollrnaer Chaa*-
pagnr,
And  In  'tore nn  as<oriment ef Prardy
and l.lqiiiirs lult.ibie for tbe Tradei
«aT Depot of Havana Oigars.
Bt/OBKB THOMAS,
se 0 Yules street.
CHAMPAGNE 1
NAPOLEON'S CABINET
BOUCHE.
w
;e   HAVE
GRKLLKV
ArPOlNTED  MKSSRS.
k   FITERRK, of Vicloiis,
LINCOLN   HOUSE!
Cor Washington as] Front sts,
PORTLAND. OREGON.
i%. r. nATTitiEftpsif,
Or  the   St.   Nicholas   Hotel,   Victoria,
HAVING TAKEN THE ABQYI HOIJSB,
-v. l. to announce 10 tr.e public that he
is now p-epared to accomodate guests ia a
s itisfaclory manner. Nothing will be left undone, which is in the power of the proprietor
to do, lo render guests comfortable.
Portland, August 24th, 18U6 se U
Dissolution   of Partnership.
NOTICE.
I I1B   PARTNERSHIP  HERETOFORE K.<-
I    isting between   Thomas   Napier   Hibben
and Jitrncs Carswell. under the tiutbe or firm
of Hibben & Carswell, hat been  ibis day dif-
gol.ed by mutual consent.
The business will in future be carried on
by Mr. T. N Hibben, who w 11 pay and receive all money due to or owing by the late
firm
Dated this 13th day of September 18CG.
THOMAS NAPIER HIHREN,
JAMKS  CAItSWELL.
Witntss  to  the  signature of Thomas Napier
Libben,
Geouu*  I'e.uikks.
Solicitor, Victoria, V. I.
Witness to the ."Signature of James I,, r-well,
RoBlIlT HuiHoe.
Solici'or, Victoria, V. I,
se 1.1-lra
XJJSIIVERSITY
— or—
WASHINGTON TERRITORY
1"H1S INSTITITlON WlLl. REOPBX OK
tllb 1 ill' Inst. Pupils ol both seies re.
ceived, who will be opened to lllrniiih their
DWa rooms, wbich arc provided iu separate
building*, free of charge.
The   Expense   nt   Hoarding   and  Tuition,
wiihotit incidentals, will   lint  exceed SS0 per
quarter of 11 n.-eke, pnyable in advance.
For further informalion address
REV.  11*0.  F.  WIIITWORTH.
President.
Seattle, V. T., Sept. 1st, 18«fi. se 11
RED LION HOTEL,
GOVERNMENT STREET.
SOLE    AGENTS
—roa —
Vancouver   Ishr.d and   Tritish
Columbia-
Of our iihove-nnnied Wines.
B uche  fits  &  Co.,
at Mnrentl-sur-Ay,
Champagne, France.
sc 10
UNANIMOUS
NOMINATION!
OV
Deluge Engine Company
FOR
Assistant  Engineer,
T. J. BURNER
T
HI   AB0VK-5Aire0   JTOTKL   HAVIXO
brcu opened bv
JOE      EIDEIST,
He will be happy to meet his  Irierids  on alt
occasii'ns, an    wi 1 furnish them with
the best of
Wine?s Liquors, Ale, Porter, &c-.
and (i?ars.
HOARD AND LODGING PER DAT $1,
|gy- Bagatelle and Skiites.
Call and see the establishment.     JOE pre*
sides nnd keeps order. se 10
Queen Charlotte Coal Mining Co.
(LIMITED.)
Notice   rf  Assessment.
AT A MEETING OF DIRECTORS OF THS
above Compahy held this day tbe follow*
ing resolution was passed :—
" That an Assessment of Sixpence sterling
per Share on A shares be now made, payable
to the Secretary nt the office of the Company,
on or before the 29th in<t.. between the hours
of 11 A. .V. and 2 P.M. daily."
J. 8. WILLIS,
Corner Broad and Trruuce sts. 1   ^      i    .
September 6tb, IMC.        j   &«m*'7"
**,7-M - '■
Europi it ii    Item*.
Tiik Piuvtbu BABO.iercr.—Tbe Slail*
linroneicf cue is (a come on for hearing
a' the Wells assize*. It appeared that
J.adj Blade, at the time of her ra,irrin|rc
with the late Sir Frederick Sialic, Q- C.
nipposc1 hereolt to be a widow, her tor-
mer liubanil having descried Iter, and n
report was circu'atcd Hint be w is dead.
After the birth or Sir Frederick's first son
i be first husband was heard of, hut there
wns no absolute certuinly wlidlicrhe wn«
alive or dcud. Ao-ordiogly, before the
second obild was born, in order that there
might he no dmiWt about Ids legitimncy,
thc parcn's were married again. The
eamo ceremony was repeated before tlie
birth of each child in succession, und, as
there are seven of them, each claims the
title anr] estates. There will he an im <
nienso bar, and witnesses are summoned
from various pari* of the world.
A Shaw Swiniu.ino Thick —A smart
swindling trick is reported at Hull. It
appears that some ruscal broke a pune of
glass in the window of a tradesman's shop
iu the neighborhood of Prospect street,
* and, on being stopped by thu ehopltceprr.
assumed intoxication, and pleaded thnt
what lie hud done was quite unintentional
He, however, ullcged thut he wus q.iite
willing to pay for the damages, but he
bad no chnnge—milling but a J65 note.
The tradesman offered to meet I he case
by Hiking the note and giving change,
which he did ; and very soon afier the
fellow had gone It was discovered that
the note wns a forged one. The cul,.rit
lius not yet been detected.
Negotiations were opened several yenrs
ago hut wnlio'it result, between the cab-
incs of Vienna and Paris, with the object
of removing to Franco lbe remains of
Xnpolooii 11, Duke de Rcichstndi. A
letter from Vienna now stales that the
Emperor Frnncis Joseph, to show his
gratitude towards Nupoleon III, bus
spontaneously offered to resioro theiu to
Fiance.
A rumour is current iu Ireland to the
nffect Hint Viscount Monek will retire
from the governor-gcnerul-ship of Cnnadti
on the confederation of the British provinces, nnd thnt Lord Nuns will become Ins
successor. .In this ev. nt, it is added,
Mr. Gregory will likely become tibial
■Seco'.ary for Ireland.
The Army and Nary Gazette Buys :—
" Tho celebrated needle-pnn has ngnin
been tried nt Chalons, and fonnd wanting.
Abont 150 of these wenpons were put into
Hie hands of tho Guards, and iho commis-
aion hns reported thnt tbcu rifles are not
suitable to French troops.'
Mrs. Theresa Yclverton (Longworth)
lias presented a petition to tho House of
Lords, praying that she may be permitted
lo proceed with her second appeal from
the Court of Sessions in Scotland against
Major Yelverton tn forma pauperis.
It appears that £70 or £80 have been
received in discharge of the fines inflicted
on persons charged with rioting in Hyde
Park, and a considerable portion of the
amount is understood lo huve beeu fur
tiished by tho Reform Lcngue.
In the Divorce Court, on the 28lh, nn
nltuchment was grntttcd nguinst Lord
Thomas Clinton for alimony of £100
allotted t.i Lady Clinton, who wns recently divorce I from him. His lordship
has been slayi ig abroad, but has lutely
returned.
On-, the 28th the EliillO shield, won by
the Scottish night, nt Whnbbton, wus
placed in tin Parliament Honse, at
Edinburgh, amidst considerable demonstrations of enthusiasm on the pnrt of the
volunteers.
A Conductor hns been fined $500. in
IlulT.ilo, N. V., for ejecting u mnn from n
car because ho refused togivo his scat to
n woman. Tho court held that ladies, or
those who wish lo be considered such, are
legally entitled to no pore privileges in
public conveyances than men, and thai
when the litter pny for seats, they havo
n perfect right to occupy them so long as
they conduct themselves in u proper manner.
New Advertisements.
LUMBER/
a     LAItliB   ASSOHTMBNT   OK   ItOL'liH
,V    and dressed for shIo ch'-ap.
J. KUHKitTSON .VI'EWART.
Victoria, V. I., 20 h August, lltiiti. ►« 22
JSTOTTOE,
MARTIN    BROS.,
IMPORTERS  OK
Groceries an 1 Provisions,
,        FlKEPKOOF BUILDING,
LATELY OCCUPIED RY LHOTEI.IER k Co,
WHAM*      STREET.
ae 6
ALICE   BROWN'S
FANCY   TWIST
SMOKING TOBACCO
JL'dT RECEIVED AT
A.   F\   I£E2YNI3I* *tS,
fofcetlicr with some fine
HAVAIVl CIGAR? DIRECT
Also on baud
Wine S'p. Pcaoh, Apricot. Mary's Own,
Light Pressed, Natural Leaf, Buffilo
Tuiigue,  aud AUiatie Cable
Tobacco-
JUST RECEIVED   1'EII  BARK  RIVAL
A  Fine Assortment of
Meerschaum   Pipes.
Call aud examine.
sc 5-lm
Mrs.   Ho in
KEEPS   CONSTANTLY  OX   HAND   Till-,
latest fashions Id
 A7 —
Prices   to  Suit ihe  Tin:cs,
COVERNME>T    STREET
Between Kort nnd Broughton. *e fl
LIST OF AHRIVALS
At the Mount Ararat Hotel during the months
of June, July, nnd August, 19iiij.
June—His Excellency Governor Kennedy, Mr
William A G Y. ung, Mr. Bcnj W
Pi arse.
July—Messrs Jns Wilcox, F Dupray, Jns Reed
Macadam, John Dand, Louis Philpot.
K W Alwiiud, J R Kord, E S Hatch, Sir
Jas Djug ns, D Fraser, E S Whiiting-
iinm.
August—II E Scc'ye, W E Slronach, J
Riibor'son Stewart, Tbos Litt stal-
schtnid , Roht Biirnahy ; John Nieho'-
son, M M Titus, If-W Green, Benj W
Pearse, Acting Surveyor General, It
Hoiufray, II O Tiedeiminn ; James Mc-
Cutchan; Wm 4)enny, Win Wilson,
Joseph Hilton. It D ami J; Kenneth \lc-
Kentle, Jr, Win B JlcKentln, David B
Blair, Chas Red em, Chas Kent,
sc 4 lm
Miseelljiienus.
Ko Action'.—It was once ruled in an
notion lur libel, brought hy a clergyman
ugains; a pamphleteer, thut to call a" lawyer nr fool was nctiotmb'c, because one
could not be a fdol,,wilhciit being I bad
lawyer; but that the same term applied to
n clergyman wus not nciionnble, si: cu
n mun mig'.il be a fool und yet a .very
good  purson.
Alhambra
BILLIARD SALOON.
ma :it (:<ivi:iiv.ni;vi- axd wits sn.
UPSTAIRS.
Entrance on Tates Stree*.
*e 3-lm
The "Orotto,"
OPPOSITE TIIE TELEGRAPH OKKICE.
For a glass  of choico liquor go  to tho
" Grotto,"
There " none but thb best *' you   will
find-is '.ho motto.
Mint Juleps, Sherry Cobblers—everything
cooling ;
Come ye that do thirst, you will find it*
no fooling.
se J
Jesse  Cowjicr-
Wholesale nnd RUail Dealer in
BOjTS and shoes,
LEATHER,
—ASD-
SHOE    FINDINGS,
"STATES    STREET,
OPI'OSITK WBLLS. FAIK30 k d
At the old stand of Webster k Co., ' •
prepared to supply the wants of ll o
public in his line.
The Latest ftvhs
Received by every arrival from Kntjlni f
and San Francisco. so It
Mi ccllitneotis.
A   Triumph    of    Science
THR   LIGHT   OP   TUB   WORLD
Ihe Only Sure Way to Save the
Country!
'   IS TO PATRO.VIZB
CAMEROX'S   ISLAND   l'RODUCB
2\lA.FtA^FsT,
No.   18   Fort   street,   opposite   Mrs.   Hcnl's
Boarding-house.
■UMIUSS AND HOTEL KEEPEItS WILL
find  always on  hand fresh,  choap,^und
U
good
Islnnd Vegetables anil Fruit,
Island Fish and flame of all soits,
Island Eggs nnd Butter,
Island Veni.on cut to order.
Island Poultry, Ac , ke., ic.
X. B.—I lie ehy make known to thc public
that, having made arrangements with certain
i.Iand farmers to sell their produc, I nn
from this date prepared to sell cheaper than
any Chinaimiu peddler that erer ofe rive—
" So wajk ou, John 1 '
Augu:t iTth, lace
ie 17- lm
CARRIAGE  PAINTING
IX  ALL  ITS BRANCHES,
Yates Street,
Between Deluge Engine  House
and the International Hotel.
Work   solicited,  aad   done   on   the most
reasonable term* by
W. U. KEOHAN
se 2-1m
fcDorborg  &  Rueff,
COMMISSION   MERCHANTS,
Importers and Wholesale Dcale-s in
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS,
Hoots mid Shoos,
W>nrf street, Victoria, V. I. ee 1
DR. MAGGIEL'S
PILLS   & SALVE.
lhe«*tife drug r-mndi * tir*n<**t f>r th* fir t
li ■■!■, t v ■ |niiM Ail to IU v r -I For iivtir h jiintcr
fo   mt.irj ol print  prActiccltu'liigrelkMn in tb**i>
Life-Giving Pills
H w* be n u*e<1 with I1i» are >t**l *ii*re*-. Th-lr
iniwl'ii li ii tony .n r v*n* ti w. hilt to mri
Tliey *e rch «»'i th VftnoH* mil «U-4 by h ch tht*
im Kent ih 'HiriTiiiK m.'l r<* nvigoia'ro t « H'liti'
syn-m. T th» »•*"■ mnl inflnn » .ew il tyo* oftlii'sc
\s\l .1 le I'll,  3 «m  rove t.> lm
A VfcRY rODNTAIN CF YOUTH,
K-r|i#vrr c»«t f-eyaM new life n:vl rita Ity, «»H
f'tri* the w ii r" i »rxle< to Ihrlr rulim- >< u. T
die tcnntrsn ml 4) get, tb*y «f|| yr-\e m«*t in
v-ilti bWt i- a ret y, tpeciftc *n<\ atrr inr metllcinn.
*r^l<a ilr-ntu ndflwcl. tint I' nce-d-I.-'in tttngn
:rf ..il.). : «•
re the o d t<>
for thit^ hi iMi-i'il ti-tirn ngo. an'l nen
look d fnr | f U lain that would re*I.
'.iK'>r auJiiiakw; outti ever
An Eternal Spring:!
It wn« left fur 'M* ■! tf nti'l hour *n renYzc thr /lre^m.
•ml >h'\i in o.ie flOfiuu f-d Hie uia0iu thai u atli-
lt fair.
TUESB  FAMOUS  REMEDIES
0AitOflt tt v th m.'ht u^yean. h>it Hipt enn torte biek.
mi hulil i.| mi, dlt>e.imi hat mi Min uipli ore* Lit
ng ■! mid Ihe \i.nni I,.-t ti'iie |ie«it»li. turn, bu
«> IB- lh.- t-4vi.r»hlt; i), putiuaitr Ihat offvtn. When tMkei
at |ire*e Jn tl- -
Fcr Billious Disorders
NotMriircHn le itmr* p-oiluc'l.e of curf thin thus)
l»ilU —riii-ir ;il::H'»t m (.'!• lull •nek I* fait ut o ri-j
«iii I i h« iinual cm; mitant* i.f thi* in n di»ir. ttiou
• II* nae am ntiuvvd. There rt in die* aru nude frutn
tlie i't.reai
VEGETABLE COMPOUNDS.
Th j will not harm the m»»t dHiratf tttot\t% and
ra i bt k! •■with g»od eiToct in prescribed d ».*,.* to
the )uuuKenl babe.
For Cutaneous Disorders
And all eru ti niof the-kti\tlm RALVR I* mot in
raluahie. It doea u t haal xteiotllj ni..u , but y« n -
ir if* wtili the niou h archln; i-ir oit to tti« vcr> moi
of the evil.
DR. MAGGIEL'S PILLS
luwiubly cure iho following Diseases :
A th mi,
H'twH Compiainti,
Cn-ltflis,
fXirU.
('in *t DI tmttn,
V**ttuvenet»,
D rp' paU.*
Oianh-a.
Drnn«T.
D«MIUy,
,  r.       . *'e»eraml Afi \
KemalpCLmpiunt*-,
lleailanhe,
Indu Minn,
Inflip- ti,
Indninm ton.
Inward Wi-nkne-*,
M .rCntn da|. t,
I.uwt,r-.if ?,|rltl,
m^twnrntt
Rhcuinit nm,
aall i I om,
Bcalda,
Skin OUfeut*
ktr- VOTICR.—"oni-ge.rlna wlthont the Patmirr>4
trade.mark -ro-ind n-i:h jtoi or tax, tignt'i b» DR J
>iA( OI I*. 43 Kulton nreet} Njw i ork, lo counttrfe t
whiih it M'.uy.
ttr Hold hy all reaipetnbte D*slf>ri in Veittrinei
throutrh' nt thi; Unite! 8 aiea and tJamda—at '2b centM
per'iox or jot,
A. O. Langley & Co.,
Agents for Vancouver Islnnd and British
Columbia.
Everett's Exchange,
feTORH sriiEEr, v. I.
I in: rnopniBTOii itK.spBoin;u.v im-
I f.irni'i ln» fn»idi nnd IM public ««nt be
I111 op.Mi d liiiii|d»i»nd In Hmrniren, wliire
hi' will krep *' tutor* th • finn-t <|.inl.tv of
H INK.i, I.IQUUKS, uml ClUAfiS.
t'ome nnd see.
•c3-lm       l'VT. KVBItliTT, Proprietor.
WILLIAM   LYONS,
&FLTFFXTX&
— AXD —
Commission      Agent,
On the Corner of
Wharf and Johnson Streets.
in s-2m	
NOTICE !        NOTICE ! I
■ iROM THIS PATE THR UNDERSION'BD
V lm» cimrliid'il to reduce hit prii;e ONB-
I1ALK | "nil hereafter tbe
FINEST WINES AND LIQUORS,
ALE,   LEEU,  &c, kc,
Will be served at tho
'METROPOLITAN"
At HVELVB AND A HALF CBXTS
per snmp'e.
The public wi'l picnic call nnd iwmpte, nnd
satisfy tll'-raselTcs thut thc Tory best is to be
hud ul the above price.
T. J. RURXBa,
Metropolitan Saloon, Store street,
an 2fi • .	
TOBACCO PLAMT
ABEIVAT. OF AN0THEE CARGO FB9M
Virginia & Cuba,
VIA   ASPINWAIX,     .
Of I hi- Halt   Cclcbratrd Brandt of
TOBACCO   &   SEGARS
EVKU IMPOBTBD
Rumples onn b* hmt at the "AlirXPU1,"
corner Vatei And Government streets.
Arrival of a few more Plants
by tlie "California."
t&- Offii.T of C. F. Green's Victoria
and Ksquiinult Express
r. << uiPKi-xr.,
se V ADELPNI SKGAK HTORB.
MJKcellaneoUF.
BRITISH    PERIODICALS.
The London Qiarterly Rev:ew (Oonssr-
va*ive).
The rdtnbu-gh Keview (Whig)
The W estminster Eevisw (Radical)
The North British Review (Free Church)
— AND—
Blackwood's Edinburgh KTaga<ir.e (Tory)
Ihe rn ,r t\"\\e\Kn t>-i||l.|>!ifl by *s\entri. Po»TT fi
CO., nr<' cncrnl Y jo nUl-td nn t e (Irt-Bt B-Tn«w»,
Hn.i Blirkwtwm ii m iifen j ■•■•Iv pIirc*I in ihe |MI|M
rmk. W'h »■ ver'IIbjioii tu with r ad n.' |m Hcnltom of
tlii« rl.i»p, wh Wv»r m»i no hl< eu-*ml inform itfon,
w'H n>n he ftltoff iIht I eliliii! th« lime in wltirh lie
•Ive*—ind in Mieie tirm'i » ppfO'innv hiki'i get vrry
fnr (ifini. Tliey hi y lib f»A nml ninlrct wnli n .
inu'a e by ■ lie ped|ile ui ihu co.ntrj, o. vtnty cree«l
uliH (Mrty.
usr ni,\CK'-vrn>|i u nnaanttt' ftttmntlv« rt ti.i-
tliu» |n Ann*ii«-«ii*, not only f .p lit sen I ■rti>*>« hy
■ li-tiiuuiili •■! MrrlUrsnf Hnlrjji, hm tor he •re nil of
tht l«C« flivil iv r now heinit wilMfi ly O I. t'flfl
U-rk.-, m (ir'DniHilflc'r, elil'-f. f-ftnff  luOcn.  J. E. II.
tntrt, of lli« Conff ilcrsti armv.
TERMd   FOR   1806.
For «ny mic  of ilia Kfvlrwn fl per innim
Fur »u» iwn of tli ? Ilcv^-wit  7 "
For nny thprnf the ietilewt.. 10 *•
Fn. all f.mr of lt(C [Irvl.v* )3 ■«
Kii\ BjMltiro d'f M\>iisn" 4 "
KTlllackwo<K] and t-nc Revi w  7 M
Kor Hit kw.oil nnd any two of tho Kc-
vi wb f0 '•
For I ItokMTVMl ami three of tlio K«'Vtt»s..l3 *
Kor BKokWurd aud ihe four licviewa 15 "
CLUBS.
A di'count ofttoetdy per rent, wi'l l>e a'lowe'l t" duhn
ef fnur or ni'ire {ier»o>ia This, f.ur c ple» of
Hlftckwrnd. or nfon- • rvlev will he vent to nnt address <irtl2f>0 Koiirc.pi^aof the fuar iteviewit and
ll.iickuood. fur $46, and ho on.
POSTAGE.
When font h» mntl, the To^TAdi tornypart nf the
Unit d t t<* Will he UttlTHII -t'onr rmt^a year for
" LA.K«omt," and but eit'M oents a year for each of
the ltmcirs.
Re need Price* for previous years.
Hifcwrihrr* may nhtnin 'he KiiA'Int-. immediately
preci diny 18i.6, at loll- Vf, rlx. :
lltackieovl from ft ]item'.er. 18 4. to Pecrmber, Jd05
fneluslvt] at the rate ol $2 JO a year
The tVortk Ilriiish from Jtnnary. 1863, to Tiocemher
1-B6, iiK-li^ive.  lbe Ktinhuryk   nd tli« Wast minster lr« m
p il. isr.4, t.» Dvcriiue', |W|i, inelu \*ti and the
Lmdrni QuArtcrly tur the year 18 6, at the rate of $1 .10
n yi*»r t«>r Baell nr nny   tvi w.
ttktT A few n-.pipn ft* r'-in In of nil the [our Rt-cUm
for jrtt.3 .1 (4 i net, or tl L0 tor any one.
LEONARD   SCOTT   &   CO.,
Publishers, 38   Walker Street, A'.  Y.
L. P. &Co.,nliopubli»h the
FARM F IR'S vO-XJII3B
By Hrrt ?TFTffB^, td Kdlnhtirfh. nnd tht U.t 3. P.
Noun.*, H Y..I-    oll«#-    2 *nlt,  Eoyni Octavo.   1C00
pnpe«tandnnmetoin  KiiRrnvin.'t*
f2">fl f,,r lh' two to'iinr'—hy Mnil, po»t  paid,
*R ™- »u 23
A. & W. WILSON,
Hou:e and Ship Plumbers
CASFITTERS,
BZLLH1RGERS I TIWSM1TH3
FOltT  STnBRT.
All orderx promptly alt«n«1rd lo
rt 2 ,
CHARLES    BERNARD,
Manufacturer and Dealer in
FAMILY CHftRTRES COFFEE.
And Splcei of all kinds.
lYoJIDl, Sansome street, corner Gold,
Rriwoen Jnfk*nn «nii Pneltt.
First Premium ateardtd be the Mechaniet' In.
slttule, for tht belt Coffee and Spices.
The proprietor hnvinn inirodticed StMm
Power in his Mniiiifncloij, hn ;iioji Incremert
fucilitiet to supply the trade nnd the public ia
general. All articles from hit Kel«bliihro«m
rtroguiiranleed io be pu e »nd unadulterated.
The publie nre resperllnlly Isvited to cull »n4
convmre themaelred Country orden promptly
*ltended to. »• *
TUB  OXE THING   WANTED.
HOLLOWAY'S PILLS.
'The Blood.
These fnmotia pills »re so composed tfcn
they operate wholesomely on the slomnch, th*
lirer, the boirds, mnl oilier organs; by correct,
ing any dernngemenls in their function!
whereby n stendy supply of pure malerlnls tor
the renewal ot the lilood is furnished, and a
constant nbstrnciioii of effete prodnets is effected. This perfect circulation thns becomes
the very fountain ol health and lile, and o»»r.
comes all form of disease wherever ils situation.
General Dfoordern of (lie Liver
and Stomaf li.
All who ever indulge »' 'able either in ml.
ing or drinking, should tnke abont ten of liw-
lumiiiis pills at bed time, from'which willree
suit a clear head and good stomach Ihe fell w-
ing morning. Thousands ol Lndies are always I'liinphiiuiiig of sick heudnches, want o
appetite, wnnt of em rgv, and wnnt ol strength,
to cot reel all these evils, ihree or four ol these
I'ill.i should be taken twine • week, when Ihey
w-itihl give Ihe invalid .oe health anil appelila
of a p'ongbmnn.
Fcmalea of all Aires and Cls**e»
Obstructions ot any kind, either in young
or those between lofty nnd fifty—lh most critical peitnrt of life—may be radically remo. -d
by using these Pills according to the printed
directions which nmnupiiiiy ench bin. Yotini
persons with sickly and sallow complexion*
may hare Ihe bloom nf health restored by till?
corrective, wt ich pui i!ies the blood and ex*
pels all gross nnd impure hnmnrs from lhe«ys-
lem. Hcwnro then of the critical age Iron
forty to Ally, us it semis many thousands to
premature grave,—these Pills should be lakei
it that period ol lile two or three lfK.es   *
leek
Want   of Strength and  Energy.
Persons of sedctitarj' habits, or ihoae troubled in mind, working in Factories or CobI
Pits, who cannot obtain thnt amount of fred
air nnd exercise which nature requires, snffer
from weakness ntiil delilit.r, lowness of «/>ir! s
and want of appetite. All snrh should lake i
lose or two of these Pills every three or fnn;
days, ns they net gently nnd effectually on ihe
system and impnrt vigor and energy to ibe
body, which is always followed hy ft go.nt
nppetite, sound nnd refreshing, sleep, and *
high flow of spirits.
For the t'nre of »ropsy.
The cfBccy of Holloway's Pills In Dropiy
is extraordlnnry. Th*y art with such a peculiar effect npo'i tbe system, that Ihe fluids
causing thi.4 direful complaint, are petrepiibl
carried off nnd prevented from nny hirtlirt
accnmii'ntion. The sufferer r- gains * buoyancy of spirits and rejoices in a completely
renovated constitution. It i» indispensably
necessary thnt the (liniment should he most
effectnaliy rubbed into the complaining jiar'.a
darir.g Ihe whole course of treatment.
Children and their Ailmintr.
In no country in the world are more children
carried to nn early grave than in Great Britain,
Coughs, Measles, Scarlalinn, Kevete, and other
jiseases otlnck the Utile sufferers, apd death,
luit too often, follows at a rapid pact; yet If
at the first stage ol these complaints, parenla
were to hare reconrs» to Holloway'a Pills, all
danger wonld he maided, for the stomach
anil bowels wonld oe gently but effectually
cleansed by this milu aperient; the depraved
numors corrected ann me secretions dniy regulated. A perfect cure' would eoon be effected, and tb* I'ttle patient restored to ions''
health.
  i
Holloway' Pi. f ve the best blown rensdy is Ik
world fi* lb* Allowing disiasss-'
Pol.! at the Kst*bllslimrnl ol limresser Hallows?, Sll
strand, (near Temnle Bur.) 1. nilen : als- by all re*peeli
ililr lliappis') anil Dealers In Sic felacatlircitehoiit tha
elvlliiiHl wnrlit, at the n.llmnnir |k1cc«— Is. 1)(., A M,.
|.. Cl., III., 2'2s., and 88s. racli bos.
A--'« a
F'-nmle  Irregnlar-
^rmfu'aorKinr *
A-tliini
I lei
Krll
OilUonn Complaint*
Fi'Vi-r of all kind-
->oro Ihroali
Kit*
stone ant) Grmr*
Blntrhci    ob   tb<
liollt
>econdarj Svmp-
rtlh
|{t>«>l Ache
l>>m*
clow el com pin Intu
fndige-tior
riC'Do'oreua
CoIIck
liiHiiiiiiintlon
Tumor*
Con«*»fp»tlon of the
Iniindir*
Ulcer*
BoW'Ik
LivorComnlaintii
Vei-mal      afire
Cons'ini! tion
Lumlta^o
linn*
Dehillv
,'ile*
Worm*    • f   a
RhcuTflthnn
kinili*
Dyioiitr?
Itoicniiou of l*rin*>
Weaknem     fh»r»
ErjBii-rlaa
wL«iererce«*»
•«*   Thero is   a
conndfrable  taviug by  taking th«
LMrf RtNtt
iiirHJtii'ii< for thn
pnlih we ot patli-utt fn tttry tiU.ttr
df r ar(*-afflx*rt to en
ch box.
PniNTED and rnblifhed by McClmi * Co. at
the effire, T.nrglej- Street.

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