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 VOL. I.
VICTORIA,   VANCOUVER   ISLAND,   FKIDAY   KVBNING,   OCTOBER
THE
EVENING TELEGRAPH,"
wmiinn
perv   Evening at  4   O'Clock,
Saturday and Sunday evenings excepted.)
ALSO KVIIIV
UNDAY    MORNING !
TBRM8 UF  8UHS< III I'TIIIV i
Annum, In advance, by mall, flfl 00
I .it montln  6 00
Wiek, |iajable lo Carrier  26
'JeC>i-i*w, • 10
r terms of Advertisement apply at the
Office. Lanjley  Street.
New Advertisements.
REMOVAL.
DR. BARNARD HAS REMOVED
his Olliee to Douglas street, lirst
house on the right side, south of
ort street. Dr. 11. is confer, ml with nil
he modern Dental improvements, and uses
one but the best materials in his profession.
Teeth mounted on Gold Plate ortheVul-
lanite Base in the neatest and most artistic
banner.
Chloroform administered  and   Teeth   cx-
|racted without pain.    Advice rendered gratis.
Office hours from 9 a. m. to 5 p. m.
Victoria, October 8th, 1800. oc 8-lm
New  Advertisements.
LINCOLN   HOUSE!
Cor- Washington and Front sts,
PORTLAND,  OREGON.
JV. O. MATTIIIE^EiV,
Of  the  St.   Nicholas   Hotel,   Victoria,
HAVING TAKEN THE ABOVE IIOI'SE,
wishes to announce to the public that he
is now prepared io aeoomoditte guests in a
satisfactory m&oner. Nothing will he left undone, which is in the power ofthe proprietor
to do, to render gtu-hi* "oniibrtablo.
Portland. Ao/just 2-lih, 1886 oc 11
THI!
EVENING TELEGRAPH
NEW  BUTCHER   SHOP.
Wm. 3. Townsend
¥>
EGR TO
on
INFORM THE PUI1LI0 THAT
Miscellaneous.
JSTOTIOE.
(MARTIN    BROS.,
IMPORTERS OF
l&roceries and Provisions,
FIREPROOF BUILDING,
Lately occupied byl'hotblieb*0o,
whaef     street.
oc G
Alhambra
BILLIARD SALOON
toitsiiit <;ovi:ii\n;;vr m> y.itks srs.
xji»-st-aj:us.
SATURDAY   NEXT
lie will re-open the
Eureka,    TM arket,i
GOVERNMENT   STREET,
Adjoining tho  Masonic   Hi.'ii.ihng,
Whero he hopes,  hv keeping a good article
and  by strict attention   to business, to
merit a share of the public patronage.
Be 20-1 in
THB GREAT   REMEDY   OF  THE
.AGE.
HOLLOWAY'S OINTMENT.
The   effect   ol
(lie   Oiniment
Entrance on Yates Street.
oc 3-lra
Tni^"Grotto,"
OPPOSITE THE TELEGRAPH OFFICE.
For a Bias? of choice liquor go to the
" Grotto,"
There " none but the best •' you  will
Sod is the motto.
Mint Juleps, Sherry Cobblers—everything
cooling ;
Come ye that do thirst, you will find its
uo fooling.
oc2
NEW   WESTMINSTER
(SAME   DEPOT,
•"5T.A-TES   ST.,
Next door to the corner of Government,
opposite Zelner's Drug Store.
THE SUBSCRIBER HAVING MADE AR-
rangeraents to receive from different
parties the produ o of the Island aud couuiry
■.will be prepared to luruish
Game,
Eggs
Fish,
Fruits.
Poultry,
and    Vegetables.
Bach and all
ia  their season, at tho lowest
prices.
«cl lm
JAMES   ALLEH.
HAYANA CIGARS.
IEWIH &  ANTHONY,
TOBACCONISTS,
47 Tates St., Brick Store
Next to Corner of Government St.,
BEG TO INFORM THEIR FRIENDS AND
the pnblic in general that they will con
istantly receive by every steamer a good as-
sortmentot OeMtllne 'lavana rljiiri
and the Bent ICr.lllils of TobllCro,
imported direct for this market, so that they
are able to compete with any he use on this
Island, either Wholesale or Retail.
N.  B-—Special   attention will   Ue paid   to
Conntrv orders.
HSIMAN  LEWIN.     |     LOUIS ANT110.NV.
oc i
To the vrry core and centre of all dis'npes
which affect the human body, this remarkable
preparation penetrates. Il disappears under
the rriction of the hands, us salt disappears
when rubbed u^on meat. The unguent performs its healing errand rapidly, safely, aad
without pain. Dimple eruptions, open sores,
hard tumors, ;eroluiom developments of all
kinds, alicesses, enncers, old wounes. and, in
lact, every specii'S of inflammation and suppuration, whether in the skin, the flesh, the
glands, or among the muscles, can he arresteb
in ill destructive course, nud permanently
cured without danger by rubbing in this inestimable Ointment.
Bail    Legx,  llnil   linn-its    Sores,   anil
Uleert.
In many Hospitals in Kuropo this celebrated
remedy is now used for the cure of old wounds,
sores, and ulcers ; la Spain and Portugal, mid
in many parts of Italy, the lirst Physicians re-
rcgularly prescribe its use. It is a sovc.eigr
remedy for bud breasis and bad legs; and likewise for all skin diseases. It is to be iouiul in
the chest of nearly every sailor, soldier, ant
emigrant.
Impi-ii'li-tit ti *   or   V.iutli ; —Sore*   onil
Llleers.
The ahove class of complnints is surely re
uoved by nightly fomenting the parts will
viriii water, and then by most I'llVi'tunlly rub
oing in this Oiniment. Persons suffetiug Iron,
these direful complaints should lose not a mo
ment in arresting their progress, It should ot
understood that it is not sufficient merely tn
smear the Ointment on the affected purls, bin
it must be well rubbed in for some oonitderabU
time tw.i or three times a day, that it mny lie
taken into the system, whence it will remov.
ouly hidden sore or woujd as effectually a,
though il were palpable to the eye. Hreatl and
water poultices, after the rubbing iu ol ll
Ointment, wiil do great service. This is thi
jnly proper treatment for females in cases cl
cancer in the stomach, or for those who sulb[
Irom a general bearing dnw n.
Pllea, Flitulai, Mil<li,re«.
Blotches, asalso swellings, can with certainty
be radically cured if the Ointment be user
freely, and the Pills be taken night and morn,
ing as recommended in the printed instructions
Wheu treated in any otherway these complaint,
only dry up in one place to break out in an-
uher ; whereas this Ointment will remove thr
humor from the system, and leave the palien
x vigorous and healthy being. It will requir.
.ime, aided by the use of tne Pills, to ensure
asting cure.
Dlpthcrla,   Hun i till I...   smc   Thronls,
Any nf tho above class of diseases may be
-ured by well ruhbinir the Ointment three
.imcs a dny upon the skin covering the throat,
chest, and neck ot the patient. The unguent
will soon penetrate thc pores and give immediate relief. To allny thc lever and lessen ths
inflamation, eight or ten Pills should be takeH
night and morning. The Ointment will pio-
duce perspiration, which is so essential for
rerun-nig fevers, sore throats, and those oppressions of the chest which arise from
Asthma, Bronchitis, and other causes.
Until the  Ointment nml   Pills   ■liimln
be  lined   In tile   following  Cases i
GENERAL
Job   Printing
ESTABLISHMENT
Langley Street, Victoria,
The  Printing    Office
or the I
EVENING
TELEGRAPH
Office is replete with every appliance
and variety of Material for the
Execution of
An Appeal   to  the  Citizens of
Victoria, V. I.
'THE CONGREGATION EMA.NT-EL OF
I Victoria, V. I., in meeting assembled, tbis
day, Saturday, Sept. ltd, I
Resolved, Thai the aid of our Fellow Citizens of all Denominations be solicited through
the following authorized and du'v appointed
Committee. Ami that such Committee endeavor, by every meant In their power, to
raige funds win reby pert of the debt or mortgage on the [inelittih Synagogue may he
cancelled. Knowing the liberal views nml
generosity of tin- citizens of Victoria, the congregation has not the slightest doubt (making
iliic allowance for the dullness ofthe season)
ihnt tiit'ir appeal will meet with tbatrespoiue
which lim exigency of tlie caee requires.
A. JACOBS, President.
1,. ANTHONY, Secretary.
11. M. OOHEN,
LEWI* LEWIS,
D. BHIBPBBR,
J. W. KHVSKR,
;c24 Committee on Subscription.
Miscellaneous.
Dissolution   of Partnership.
NOTICE.
'1'IIE PARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE EX-
I isting between Thomas Napier Hibben
nnd James Carswell, under the nam* or firm
of Bibben k Can well, has been this day dissolved by mntunl consent.
Th<' nusincss will in future be carried oa
by Mr. T. N Hibben, who w-ll pay and re-
'■i ive nil money duo to or owing by the late
lino
Dated this 13th day of September 1860.
THOMAS NAPIER HIBREX,
JAMKS  CARSWELL.
Witness to the signature of Thomas Napier
Hibben,
Qioasi Prakkks,
Solicitor, Victoria, V. I.
Witness to the Signature of James Carswell,
Roiikht Hishop,
Solicitor, Victoria, V. I.
se 13-ltn
LETTER PRESS   PRINTING!
In all its brunches, whether
Plain or Ornamental
HE   OFFICE   AIMS   at  securing
Buch  speedy   Execution of orders as  is
consistent with   correct aud   elegant Work-
inuuship.
T.
Orders received for Printing
Books,
Pamphlets
Catalogues
Sermons,
Reports
Rentals,
Leasts,
Law Forms of every
description,
Business Cards,
Invoices,;
Bill Heads,
Trade Forms,
Circulars, (Plain
Coloured,)
Hand   Bills.  (Plain
Coloured,)
For Prices,   apply   at the   Office
Langley street,
General News Agent
J. Stratman.
EMPIRE NEWS DEPOT
Cor. Washington & Sansome m*
Han F'rixneisco,
THE ADVKRTtSEU is   pre^tm-d   tn BQppI]
with punctuality and celerity thean&rxed
newspapers anil periodicals upou lhi» following
terms All onlpr?, to receive imwdiaie attel -
tion, must, lie accompanied by cu^h remittance,
nnd handed in previous * **'"   ""'
2-ith Of eaeh month.
; to tbe 4tb,   Hth, and
3a<l Irps
Hii Breanti
BuriiK
Bunion*
PiUoi Vtonclit tnes
and Snnd-Fliei
ooi-baT
Ch lego-foot
:h!lbUins
,:ti*i|)(ied Hands
Aim* (Ojrns)
Oancers
0 'ntracted
Sii n Joints
Elephnntiaila
Kifllulaa
0..ut
■ Inn in In r    Swel
ling!
It muago.
PileB
Rht'nrnntism
[CMlda
and Sore NlpplM
]rt< re Tli nut
Skin rtisiias'
Scurvy
Ban heads
Tumor*
Ulcen
Won nd i
Vaw»
Solit nt V e EsUbllsliiiifiii ol Propbmor nntuwA
111, -trurid, i near Templ>> Bai), London j alio by a
,-p-ii»ct>il>lf DrH'jtfistn end Dealer* in Medicines through
ant t o etvillfted world, al the rollnwlM pi icea la. IK'I
i     il     tf  6d.. lis,, 22, ami -13s., Moh Pot.
%*   To«re ■ a coasidonblo saving by taking the lar^v
iztis.
K U.—IHrO'Jtions for (lie ptl.knr* of P»tit>nU  in   tvtl
liiiurd*!- in atllXtfd to cacli Fat.
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Daily Tim'*"	
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"       Hluotrrtl'dTiiiM'"-.   .
'* Weekly Timet	
** Bell's Lite in London
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" 111. NeWloftlte Wi
*• puhlie Opinion..,.
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Dnbl'*' Nati"ii...'.	
Um'iuA Illostrated HtW*...
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Continental Magazine 	
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Chambers' Kdiiibnrgb   ournal	
Monthly   papars, "nee a   Week	
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AYER'S
CHERRY
PECTORAL,
FOR TIIE RAPID CURE OF
Colds, Coughs, aud
Hoarseness.
RRnrriELD, Mass., 20th Doc., 1866.
Dr. J. C. Ater: Idonotlbunitutetofay
tlio best nmifdy I bave ever found Tor
Coughs. Uoarsi-iieHfl, Intlunizn, and tlio
concomitant symptoms uf a Cold, in your
Chkrrt Pr.criiRA!..   Ittoonetaal on In
my prnctico and my family for tin- limt
banyeuvbai ibown it to piKMims superior virtiif-s for tlie treatment of tht>se
complaints.     EltKN KNIOI1T. M.D.
A. B. MORTLEY, Esq., of Utica. N. Y„ writ^d: «I hsve
nw«l jour Pectoral myself ami in my family ever slnca
fat iDTsntod it. and boUere it the tx-t mcdlclno for its
purpose ever put out. Witli n tmd Ci-ld I slu-nM sooner
pay twenty-!) vo dollars for a bottlo than do without it, on
tak" any other remi-dy."
Croup, Whooping Conch, Inflncnza.
Si'ui'cinKi.ii, Miss., Feb.7.18M.
RnoTnEn Ater: I will cheerfully certify yonr PEirronAL
Is tlio bent remedy wn iMimavH for the cure of \Vhmirtng
Cough, Croup, nud t!i" f!i."-( diNUM of fliililreu. We of
jfOM Initernity in tie- Smiili ftppnellta yonr skill, ami
cummt'ud yuur mudicinu to our people.
1IIRAM CONKLIN, M.D.
AMOS LFK. Esq.. Monterey, Ll, writes, 3d Jan.,185Q:
"Ihada tedious lntlueiizn, whieh cimtlued vie in iIikts
six weoks; tiv»k many medicines without relief; finally
tried yonr Pectoral by the ailvlco of our clergyman
Tlie first dose relieved tho Horenesa In my throat and
lun^a; less than one lmlf tho buttle made met completely
well. Yonr medicines are the OfcbOpost as well ns the Ixist
wo 0U buy, and wo eiteeiQ you, Doctor, aud your reuio-
"(Hes, nn tho jxior mull's frierul.*1
Asthma or Phthisic, and Ilronchitia.
WM Manchester, Pa.. Feb. 4,18fi0.
Sir: Your Cherry Pectoral is performing marvellous
cures in title section. It has relieved BeTenl from ularm-
in^ synipt«im« uf eoiisiimpiii.n, and is nowcuriiiR a man
who iiiis labored under nn affection of tlir* jqngfl for the
last forty years. HENRY L. PARKS, Merchnnt.
A. A. RAMSEY, M.D., Aliuos, Monroe Co., Jowa,
writes, Sept. 6,1865: "During my practice ofmanyyeere
I have found nothing etjnnl to your OUUtf PECTORAL f.ir
giving eixne and I'-Iief to consumptive patients, or curing
such as aro curable."
We might ndd volumes of evidence, but the most convincing proof of the virtues of this remedy is fouud iu ita
effects upou trial.
Consumption.
Prolial.ily no mm remedy has over lienn known which
cured sn many and such dangerous cases as this. Borne
no human aid can reach; bnt even to thoBo the Cherry
Pectoral nffords relief and comfort.
Ahtoh House. New Yohk City. Mnrrh 5,1S56
Doctor AYr.n. 1/iwell: I feel it a duty snd a pleasnre
to inform you what your Cherry I'kctoral has done for
my wife   She hai been fivo month* laboring under tho
ungonmi lymptomsofOoniamption, from which no hM
we iniibi procure gave her much relief, Bbe was iteadily
failing, until Dr. strong, of this city, where we hanoome
fi* advic, ferommondetl a trinl of yonr medicine.   We
bloss hieUndQeea, as ve do yonr Bklll, (iff tht baa recovered from that day.    Bhc is QOl yi t nn fining a-; she used
to be. imi i^ free from her conghiftnd calls hereelfwelL
Vours with natitttde and reganl,
ORLANDO H1IKM1Y, oe Snruin'nue.
f' 'ir'nnptiee*. i)o not despair till you have tri"d Ayer's
CutiiRY Pectoral.   It is msdo by one of the beet niedlcal
ohemleta in the world, and its cures all around us bcipcalt
tiie high merits of its virtues.— J'htiadelphia Ledger.
Ayer's Cathartic Pills,
THE sciences of Chemistry and Hedfetlte havo Nmr.
taxed their utmost to produce this best, most perfect
purgative which is known to man. 11.numerable pronfr
are shown that theso Pills have virtues which nvpaee in
eM»Uwwe the ordinary medicines, nud that they win un-
piiciilentedly upon the esteem of all num. They are ««fe
fend pletumnt to take, but powoftal to cure. Tliwr penetrating propertiei stimulate tbe vital actlvitlei of tbe bodyt
remove the olistructloiif of its organs, purify the UooAi
nnd pxjwl disease. They purg" mil the foul humors which
breeil and grow dtstemjKT, itbnolate sluggish or disordered organs Into their natural action* and impart healthy
tone with .strength  to the whole system.    Not only do
they bvo the avery-day complainte of every body, bnt
nl-o fnnniiluhle and'linj:er<ius dleeaaee that hav»> baill ■«,
the bait of hnrnn skill.   While they prodnoe powefftil
■>!li cts. ihey are ;tt the Fame time, n ibmiiii-lii'd doseAtthe
ttt *i ami beet pbv-ie 'lint can be employed for children,
Bemg engKNIOatedi th.y are ]deaj*nnt to tale; and Iwing
purely vegetable, are free from any ri-k of barm.   Cnrca
bave i u made which mrpaee i« lief wwe they not rob-
staniiaied by nit-n of and) exalted poeition and character
as to forbid the nUptdon of untruth. Many eminent
clergymen nnd phyetdani have test their namea to certV
f$ to the pnl Uc the reliability of my remedlea, while oih-
crs have eentme the assurance of theit conviction that
niv Preparations contributo immensely to thc relief Of my
afflict' d, snfTeriiv Mlownnan,
The Agent below named is pleased to fumiph gratis my
American Almnnnc. containing diret tiomfuith-'ir neeand
nrtifleateeof their enrea, o( the following complainte:—
OoativeneaB. BUiooi Ootnpl 'iu;*. Rhbnmatlsm, Dnmey,
Beartbnrn, Headache arising from a tool Btomadi, Nan-
na. (n<tigmtion, Morbid Inaction ofthe HomcIs and Pain
arising therefrom. Ftatttlency, Vast of Appetite, all l.'lcer-
ous and Cutaneous Dtseaaee which require »n evacnant
Madictm Bcrdhla or Sicg^ t vd,   Th: v else-1 v I'nniT
Relief   for   the   Afflicted.
THE INTRODUCTION UF
Perry     Davii5
Vegetable Pain Killer
To tbo Sorferinij Humanity of this Age
lias relieved more pfcln, and caused mor«
real juy lt>au any otber ouu thing tliat can
be named.
Invaluable   Remedy,
Our lirst Tlivsicians  use il,  nnd recomme*
its  use;   the   Apolhi'iiiry tiotis   it   first
umi'iii'f tlic lneilifiiH's cnlled lor, uud
the wholesale Ilru^pist considers
it u  leading nrticle of his
trude.     All the dealers
in Tneilieine sjieak
alike  in its favor: und its
reputation nsa m-J.icineof ureal
merit and virtue is fully and permanently  established,  and it is  tht gre*\
Family Medicine   of  Iho Age-
Every Volunteer Flimild have a bottle, ii cm*
of Biidiirn attacks of Disease.
Taken Internally, cures
Smlilon Colds, Coughs, ke..,
Weak Stomach,
Uencral Debility,
Nursing Sore Month, CodIm^
Liver Complaint,
Dyspepsia or ludisrestioi,
Cramp anil pain in the Stotuuch,
liowol Complaint,
Painters' Culic,
Asiatic Cholera,
Ulftrhcsn anil Dysentery.
Taken externally cures
Felons, Bnils, nnd OM Sores,
Severe liiirns mill Scalds,
Cuts, Bruises nnd Sprains,
Swelling of the Joints,
Ringworm and Tetter,
Broken Breasts,
Frosted Feet and Chilblains,
Toothache,
l'aiu in tlic Face,
Ncurolg'a and Rheumatism.
Uiniai*  8iualling lltf tO"0
hiciiii Wo.nl nnii iHmaMM *• tt*Wm, can inniiy
^  , i ,. ™i.i,i, u woiiH ti.>t lie ^ni'iHwtit tii'y oomd
SCSk^MM i'..r--l Illii,'l.,™.Ne..n,li:ira,,1,
T. i m i Ktnl ..tiiiT kii..i,-.-.t comptalati tatsing tem *
"„i .SeHW i.-ly or ,.l...n,c.i..„ of tt. function..
%o not bep.lt off b, nnerlni-irM drnlcm with «,n,o
JZ pill tl. J ",»ke more proflt on.   AA for Avfr,
,™tmp.,r«,»i.l..l* in If ln.rin»i«-v,l„oornir..,v„
tZZ- Th,' Sick .vn.it Hi. bo« IM 11..'..' » f". tl.''.",
•nd tliey shoulu hnve It
Prepared by I>r. .1. *J. AVER,
?ractic«l and Analytical Chemist, Lowell, Mati
".«« U0 Cts. IB BOX.   ttn Voxel run »J.
« .i.u ov
WOOKE Se, Co., Victoria,
,\NU ALL PRUG6131S.
se-18
i>^.i^r tzttjTJZ^tr,,
Taken internnlly, sliould he adulterated
with milk or water, and sweetened with
sugar, if desired, or made into a syrup
wilh iiiulii-M's. For a COUGH And
Bronchitis, a few drops on tugnr, eaten,
will be more efficliv<> than anything else.
For SOKE 'I'HBOAT, gargle the throat
with a mixture of l'aiu Killer nnd water,
nnd tlio rel.of is immediate and cure positive.
0®* It should not be forgotten that
the Pain Killer is equally us tood to
tuke internally ns io use externally.
Each bottle is wrapped with ull directions for its use.
I Prices 2,") cents, nt cvnti & j'l pot bottle.
H'lUM'IWCTCSgg __^__
(Stowing   (ultgrnplj.
FRI   AY   EVKXI.VO,   (ICT.  26,   1866.
Dot Million ln  Englari.
The danger of relying on a precarious
source of »eallh needs but few illtisirations. Ordinary reason tenches us I hut
some day'or mliem reverse under cinh
circuinsmnm wfll come, that will deal
destruction to ull around. We have a
Tciy good instance of Ihe folly ini'iitioiu ii
in tho esse of these two colonies. We
have seen how an overweening confidence
iu the gold production has produced an
overweening confidence in everything else
that was equally precarious, and how
disastrous has been the general result.
Wo are, however, not so badly off as
some otlier populations tbat huve been
depending upon similar resources. By
recent English papers we find that the
most unparalleled distress exists in Cornwall, through reverses in the tin and
copper mines. The' condition of West
Cornwall it is said, is worse than wus
that of South Lancashire, in the second
year of the American war—worse, he-
cause there is no hope of recovery. Until
recently, Cornwall hud a monopoly in the
markets of Europe iu tin, but the price
of lit production becoming gradually enhanced, und other sources of supply opening out in the Dutch East Indies, mining
bas become so unprofitable that in many
places it has been given up altogether,
and the population thrown out of work.
Besides this, tbe competition of Australia
and South America in copper is creating
serious results in the production of this
urticle; so that we are told by the Lon"
don papers, that a population of n
quarter of a million are on tho brink
of starvation. It is but right to
say that the recent Cornish papers
contradict the extent of the disaster and
Bay that it has been greatly magnified.
The Pall Mall Gazette, in a letter on the
state of Cornwell, thus speaks of the
crisis : " It is considered probable that
at least ninety per cent, of tho miners of
West Cornwall will be absolutely out of
employ next Christmas. The middle and
upper classes are involved iu irretrievable
loss by the general depreciation of property. The landed proprietors do not
escape, for, besides that they hold largely
in shares, the land is generally very poor,
bnt commands its price chiefly in conse.
quence of tho market afforded by the
mining population. As an example of
this depreciation I may mention that
some machinery, which had only recently
cost moro than £10,000, was lutely sold
by auction, and fetched £900; less than 9
per cent. There arc at the present time
seventy-eight mines being wound np com-
pulsorily in the Stannaries Court. A far
larger number are being wound up voluntarily, or stopped from foar of loss. Last
Christmas about 200,000 persons were
omployed iu the mines or dependent on
them ; ut the best estimate I can form
there will not be 20,000 so supported
next Christmas or thereafter." Emigration or starvation, says the writer, is thc
only result. This is a frightful state of
affairs if it be really true, and would
show to the Imperial authorities the
necessity for providing for the unfortunate
people, not as paupers, like the operatives
of South Lancashire, but as emigrants to
British colonies. In no other way can
these sickening instances of distress he permanently relieved.
NEW BUTCHER  SHOP.
Wm. B. Townsend
BEGS TO  INFORM TIIE PUBLIC THAT
oa
SATURDAY   NEXT
He will re-open the
E u r e k a     Market,
GOVERNMENT   STREET,
Adjoining  the   J1aso.sk;   Ucilding,
Where he hopes,  br keeping a  good article
and  by strict atteotion  to business, to
merit a sharo of the public patronage,
oc 26-lm
■ ' ■
EEMOVAL.
A.  BUZjSR  &   Co.
HAVE   REMOVED
TO THE STORE ADJOINING THE
MASONIC BUILDING,
Next door to T. N. Hibben k Co., where they
BUY AND SELL LADIES' AND GENT'S
cast-otf clothing.
Clothes cleaned und repaired at the shonest
notice.
ue 23-lm
New Advertisements.
In tlie Supreme Court of Civil Justice,
1'aiieoii.vi ■/■ /.da in I.
In  Bankruptcy.
nrUKKKAS, a petition for .\rurin-
»V i ition of Bankruptcy, bearinff date tbe
jr.ili ii, ofOotober hut., bat baaa iiu ly lied
by l.tiuU Augustus BepdiXOO, of the City of
Victoria, V. I., Hotel-keeper, and he lia\in.'
i-'-i-n iii rlnri'd a Bankrupt, Is hereby required
to piitri'inl'-r himself to Ilia Honor .1 ,-i-: b
•ui, Chief Justice ni tii" Suprenw Ooerl
of Civil Justice mores.iH, nn Wc Incliv tba
7th uuy of November out, at li o'clock In
the lorciioiiu, precisely, at the Court Hmiii-,
JnmeH Bar, Victoria, ami make a full discovery and disclosure ut hid estate and effects,
wheu and where tli" rrcilitors are to conic
prepared to prove tlieir debt.*, and at the first
sitting to choose nFsigncgK and commence the
I'xitiiiiiiiitiuii of the Haukrupt, and at the hist
fitting the Bankrupt is to  finish   his  last ex-
itlllilllltiou.
All persons indebted to the said Bankrupt,
or who have any of his cll'ects, are not to pnv
the sHmo but to Mr. W. It. II. Adamson of
Government street, the Oflieial Assignee appointed, uud give no;iee In
HUBERT HISl'OP,  •
Solicitor, Bastion street, Victoria.
Dated this 25th day of October, 18CG.
oc 20
In the Supreme Court of Civil Justice
Vancouver Inlaw/.
TT7HBEBAB. A PETITION FOR ADJUDI-
VV   cation of Bankruptcy, bearing date tbe
24th day of October instant has been duly
filed by John Frederick Tartu of tho town of
Esquimalt, trader, and he having been declared
a Bankrupt, is hereby required to surrender
himself to His Honor Joseph Necdham, Chief
Justice ofthe Supreme Court of Civil Justice
aforesaid, on Wednesday the 7th day of November next, at 11 of flic clock iu the forenoon precisely, at the Court House, Jiitncs
Bay, Victoria, aud mike a full discovery
and disclosure of his estate and effects, when
and where the creditors are to cuuio prepared
to prove their debts, and nl the first sitting to
choose Assignees aud commence thc examination ofthe Bankrupt, and at the last sitiing,
the Bankrupt is t,i finish his lust examination.
All persons indebted to the said Bankrupt,
or having any of his elfects are not to pay or
(Mirer tne lame but to Mr. Daniel Lindsay of
Government Btreet, the 011ici.il Assignee appointed, and give notice lo
ROBERT  BISHOP, Solicitor,
Bastion Street, Victoria
Dated this 24th day of October, 18GG.
r c 25
3STOTIOE.
Sheriff's Office, 1
Victoria, V. I., October 17th, 18CG. /
HP HE LISTS OF ARREARS OF REAL
A Estate Tax, for the year ending June 30,
1865, have been placed in the Sheriirs hands,
with instructions to levy tho same according
to I lie provisions of the Real Estate Tax
Amendment Act, 1802, all such arrears which
shall not have been paid to the Sheriff at his
ollcc, within live duys frum this date, will bc
levied accordingly.
W. R. H. ADAMSON,
ocJ7 Sheriff.
THE PARK HOTEL
iIllUa WELL KNOWN AND BEAUTI-
J_ fully situated Hotel is now fined up in
the must luxurious stylo for boarders and
lodgers. Private rooms cuu bo hud for
parlies.
Adeline   Patta
The accomplished Pianist nnd Vocalist arrived by the last steamer and will give singing
entertainments in several languages.
A TABLE   D'HOTE-
WILL BE LAID EVERY AFTERNOON
AT   5   O'CLOCK.
Every description of amusement, including
music, is provided for the guests.
Ladies ami gentlemen can find in the Park
Hotel a comfortable and luxurious home.
The best of wines and liquorHkepton hand.
Ladies can have free use of a phaeton for
town drive.
Boarding by tho week at low jiriccs to suit
tho  times. oc 5
SAN   FRANCISCO
New Advertisements.
Oovernment   street,
Between Gus Keyser's and W. AVilsou's
>T1HE UNDERSIGNED, IN VIEW OF TIIE
A " Good limes " folks said wero coming,
hns OPENED the above premises, and Intends
to OPBN THE BEST OVSTERS the market
furnishes.    Tliey will be
ItOilsll'll
Fried
Stewed
In or Out of the Shell
Jgy* Open at all hours.
oc23-lm
J. B. BUELL
For Sale Ex Camden,
Dostetter, Bockcr, and Angostura Bitters,
Oregon Cider In bbls. and tuns,
Claret In casks, half-tacks and cases,
Snulrrne and California White Wine,
French Ucoiiol 90 O.P.,
Knir. Cliqnot, Jlnmm and Bollrnger Champagne,
And in  More an  assortment of Brandy
and Liquors (tillable for Ihe Trade.
nor Depot of Havana Cigars.
EUGKNK THOMAS,
oc 6 Yates street.
J.P.Davies& Co.
AUC TIOM0KKS A tOMUlNSlON MKK
* Jl.Wr-. Siilieiuoiti. Kli t-pruuf Slum
ItuiMliiK, U liui I sir** 1, ur.tr 1 ftttra.
Cash Advances mads on Consignments.
CATTLE SALK.
A.T    SALESEOOM
WHARF STREET.
TOMORROW,
Saturday,   Oct. 27th,
AT 11  O'CLOCK, A. M.,
1 red now, " Jenny," 5 years old, and
culf
1 black cow, " Bessie," 8 years old,
and calf
I white cow with calf
1 young steer
—also—
1 cow will calve in January
1 heifer
ALSO,
Lot of Household Furniture-
ONE CHEST TOOLS,
Pistols,   Etc.,   Etc.
oc 25
J. P. BAITO. * CO.,
Auctioneers.
NOUVEAUTES
D'automne kt  D'hivek.
J. H. TURNER ET CIE.,
Ont l'lionneur d'informer lettrs
amis et le public quil vienncnt do
rccovoir un assortment de Neuronites de Modes des Meilleurefl liaisons de Paris.
MAISON DE LONDRES.
Septembre, 1806. oc23
New Advertisements
Mrs.   He in
KEEPS   CONSTANTLY  ON'  HAND   THE
latest fashions in
HVI ILLINERY.
Prices to Suit the Times,
GOVERNMENT    STUBS l'
Retween Fort und Broughton. oc 5
IRE-OIPEZNTlXrGI-
— OF—
CLEU'S
Restaurant,
DIIVITVO  ROOMS
And Coffee^ Saloon.
'VHE PROPRIETOR IN THANKING THE
L public for tho very liberal support with
wbich they have favored him in the past, has
much pleasure in announcing that having
rebuilt, embellished and rendered tho above
establishment unequalled in the city, he will
re op,'n it to-morrow (SATURDAY, October
20tb, 18(16.
T   1< Culinary Department
Being perfect in all its arrangements and
under the management of a first class Cook,
sverything will be supplied in superior style
and with the utmost promptitude.
D. (I.l'.il. feels that in recommencing business he can witb confidence
solicit a rcnewnl of public patronage, a" with
the increased accommodation and improved
facilities for carrying on the business which
he now possesses he can guarantee entire satisfaction lo nil and place the attractions of
the establishment above competition.
THS   UP-STAIRS
DINING ROOM
Which hns been handsomely furnishfd
ia in style, comfort and economy superior to
any similar establishment in town.
BOARD PER WEEK   -   -   -   $6 and $1.
Meals at all hours   -   -   -    25c to 50c.
Colfee per cup with Rolls    -   12Jc.
Hot and Cold Joints always on hand.
N. B.—The bakery business will be carried
on and bread of tho best quality delivered
throughout the town. ocl9
To Milkmen and Others
rpilREE (lit  fOOt I'lKSV-CLASS OOflfl
A   for sale.    (Innl   milkers  aud warranted
perfectly geulle.
oc 19
Apply In
"  li. MAS,
James liny.
NOTICE
A-issig-nment   Deed.
Date of Deed Ifith October, IflGG.
Dale of execution lu'th October, 1800.
Pautiis — MOSES BP0BB0B6 * JIH.ES
Wittlf, trading under the Un
and style of Bporborg k Wtsttt, at
Wliarl Btreet, Vicloriu, Vancouver
Island.
Titi'STKus-DAVID   l.EVKVUE,! ,-„.•       .
JOHN WII.KIE,      '}»f Victor..
Assignment of the whole of the partnership
properly excepting the furniture and pcrsotul
effects of Moses Spnrborg.
IUgistir-il tlill day at 11:10 a.m.
18tb of October, 1168.
1UOIUKI) WOODS,
ocl8 lm Acting Registrar.
3STOTIGE.
In the Supreme Court of Civil Justice
Vancouver Island,
In   Eankruptcy.
WHEREAS A PETITION FOR ADJUDI-
cation of llankruptcy, bearing date the
17th day of Oc ober in.-i ut, bas been du'y
filed hy Williunl Henry Iluskinson, uf tht-
Citv of Victoria, Merchant, Miner and Trader,
and he baving been declared a Bankrupt, is
be'eby required to surrender himself to His
Ho or Joseph Needhara, Chief Justice of tlic
Supreme Court of Civil Justice of Vancouver
Island, aforesaid, on Wednesday, the 31st dny
of October in^t,, at 11 o'clock tn the forenoon,
precisely, nt the Court House, James Hay,
Victoria, and make a full discovery and disclosure of his estate and effects, when and
where thc creditors are to come prepared io
prove their debts and at the first sitting to
choose Assignees and commence thc examination ofthe Bankrupt, uud at the last sitting
the Haukrupt is to finish hii last examination.
All persons Indebted to the said Bankrupt
or who have any of his effects, are not to paj
or deliver the same hut to David Lindsay, of
Government street, the oflieial Assignee appointed, aud give notice to
ROBERT BISHOP,  Solicitor,
oc 17-td Bastion street, Victoria.
To the Smoking Public!
New Advertisements.
I
IIAVE   JUST   RE-OPENED   THE   OLD
Tobacco Store, Johnson Street,
(Two DoobsAbovk Waddington Alley,)
Recently occupied by Frank Campbell, whore
I will keep
THE    BEST   ERAJSIDS
—OF—
CIGARS, TOBACCO, &c.
—ALSO—
ALL  KINDS OP  FRUIT!
My old Friends and  the Public genorally
arc requested to give mc a call.
ocl4 " P031TI <.I KM:    JOE."
W*>
HERMAN  SHULTZ,
—AT—
His Well Known and Old Established
Stand
The Government st. Boot Store,
Has just received per steamer
A   FINE   ASSORTMENT   OF
Ladies'  and   Children's   Shoes,
Which ho oilers at a very low price.
Receives by each steamer from England and
Man   Francisco
BOOTS     <Sc    SHOES
FINEST   AND  BEST QUALITY,
FRENCH   LEATHER,
—AND—
SHOE     FINDINGS,
At prices to corrtspond with the times
oc 12
PR/IME
Y o r k s h ire   Bacon !
Ex Royal Tar,
For sale by
FELL k CO.,
se26 Yates street.'
w
IVotice.
E TIIE UNDERSIGNED, LOUIS WOLFF
day
and
and JACOB MORRIS,  have   this
entered  into  partnership  as   merchants
general dealers at Victoria, V. I.
Dated this 23d day of October, 1866
Witness
ALICE   BROWN'S
FANCY   TWIST
•WOKING TOBACCO
JI'.ST IIKIEIVEI) AT
A.    I\   IiASYKKft »H,
[Ogetbtr wiih some lino
HAVANA GIGAM DIUECT.
Also on band
Wine S ip. Peach, Apricot, Mary's Own,
Light Pressed, Natural Leal', Buffalo
Tongue, and Atlantic Cable
Tobicco-
JUST RECEIVED   PER  BAI1K RIVAL
A Fine Assortment of
Meerschaum   Pipes.
Call aud examine.
oc 5-lm
NOTICE.
F
ftOll AM) AFTER THIS DATE I WILL
accept
Bank Bills for Eents
Or for any other payments to bc made to tat.
il.   i:.  SEELVU.
Victoria, V.I., Oct. 3, 1806. oc 3
Ayer's Pills
(s^){jLacWoKrris.
Kobebt Bishop,
oc 24 Solicitor, Victoria, V. I.
Are ).:trijcutnily adapted to
dpnuijrenientnof thf dlpeBtlw
aj>imr:itus, and difeows art*
iri£ from impurity of tbo
Id -til. A Intvit curl (if all tho
oomplalDti tlmt afflict man*
kill-l ul ii:Illllti' ill ntlfnf thtW,
nitd »»)*«<]uontly thorn Pilis
an found to euro man/ vnrt-
mtW<i I dlwnne.
Fnlijoincd nre tlio statement*- from muiu eminent pbjif-
cluii, ol tin ir filctts in llii-ir pruetleu.
Ai a Family Fhybic.
.From Dr. E. If. Curtteright, of tVew Orleans.
"Yonr PilM nro tho prince cf pnrgoi, 'J'lieir excellont
qualities (turpif* nnv muiftrtlo we poueai. They nro mlldF
but very certain nn-l iMrectnul in th«ir action on the bowel*,
wliicli iimli. h tlioui invaluuble to us in the daily trattmenl
of dlwiio"
Foe JArxmcR and at.i, Liter Complaint!.
From Dr. Theodore /iell, of Acie York City,
"Not only am your I'ilxh adininihly niiitjit.-il to their
purpouo a* an ap^i lent, lint I find tli.ii UueDclnl effect*
upon the I.ivcr very marked indeed. Thov have In mf
practlco proved more nflectunl for tbe cure of Inliout torn-
jttaint.i tlirtn nny one remedy I can mention. 1 alnceraly
rejoice (but we hnve at leagtli n puiL'utive which li worthy
the auutidtiuci! of Um proAuiun mid tlio peufile."
Dyspepsia — Indigestion.
From Dr. /lenrn /. Kuoz, of «. Duns,
"The PlLtl vou wero Itlod ODouuh to neiid me hare been
all died iu my practice, und Imve {-ntHieil me that they nro
truly mi cxtruonlinnry meditrliie. So pfceullarly are they
adapt'-d to the itlMUM of the hniiian KTHtem. that they aeetn
t. work upon them ulone. I have cmed tunn* caw* of dyspepsia and lii'lii/r-ti-.n wiih them, wliicli bai misted tho
olluT reinetlio? wo commonly nso. TiuleeJ I hare expert-
mentally fouud them to beefTectml in almost all the coifr-
plalum for which yuu recomtneml theui."
Dysentery — fiiAHRHtBA — Relax.
From Dr, J, O, Qrttt, of Chicago.
"Your PltW hate hnd a loitg trial In my prnntlre, and f
bold tliL-iu in esteem imtwe of toe bent aperh'iit* I baveeter
fi'iind. Their alterntlvo effect upon the liver makes them
mi exeellenl remedy, when riven in hiiwII dntea. for bUimtt
dysentery anil diarrhott. Their eagiir-cniitnig tuakee them
very Doeepl ii'k* and couveuleot for tha two of women ami
children."
Internal Oestiu'ction—WoRMfl—Sri'PREsnioN,
horn Mrs, £. Stuart, who pntttltst as a I'hysician utttl Slitlu-ifct
" I find one or two latyu iloioa of your PlMJ", takon at tbo
pnmtir time, are exoullent prooiotlvta of the natural secre-
tlon when nrhollyor partial!?inppr^ifed, nml also very eF-
fi i ttml 11 'leiiiiM' the Btotnaeo ana expel worms. 'I'hey aro
so imi "ti t)n< bend phytic wo have that I recommend uo other
to my patients."
Constipation — Coativenrss.
From Dr. J, /'. Vattglm, M'mtiad, Canada.
" Too much * iiiiiiut be mid of yonr I'h.ij fat the mm of
curtirrnrss. If others of our trut.nily havo found them
hi efllcaciotu us I imve. Ihey should Join me in proclaiming
it for iho benefit of the multitude! t]n sutler from that
rompliiin1. whuli, although had euougli in ilBeif, is the pro-
(tvnltor of otliTs thnt are woree( I hellere oatf<iw>tm ^»
originate in the livtr, but yuur Pilli ailoct that organ and
cure the disiiise.''
lM1Ti:ITIF.fi OF THE TJlOOT) — SciiOPfLA — ErY-
■ipklas —Salt Rheum — Tetter — Tumors
— KllKl'MATISM — Gout — Nei'raloia.
from Di. Stttttl /Ml, Philadelphia,'
"You wore ivht. Doctor. In utylng that your Pnitpftrtjy
the hiatal. They do thnt. 1 bare UKd them of Into yean in
my practice, ami auroe witli your etutemonta of their efficacy.
They ittmntate the neretorlea, and carry uff tho Irapuritieo
thn' Itagnatf in the Hood, cu'.U'iidoriiiK disease. They
Itlmulate tlm Oiyaoi of dl^uitlon, and lufuoe nudity aod
fjgor Into the ifittm<
'• ^ihIi leniiidlps as yon prepare are a national benefit, and
you deierve (treat credit for ttioin."
For Headache—Sick Headache—Foci, Stom-
ach—IMliw—Dropsy—Pluthora—Faralysm
— Fm* — &c.
from Dr. Fdunrtl Dnjel, fiallimmrt.
"P»i* Dr. Ann: 1 cannot answer you vthtU eompIa(»te
I havo cured rith your I'm.ijj better than to nny all that we
ever trud witl ■' vu\ '■■•■• in><in:iiti\   I place jfrent drpend<
em ii an . rii'iu.d catlmrtlo in my dally contest with dla-
eaae,and believliig nt I do tlmt your 1'ii.i.s ailonlus the beat
we liuv. I of comae valuo them bighly."
IT^- Must of the I'ills Id market contain Mercury, which,
alilemu'h a valuable remedy In akilful hands, is dangerous
iu a I'uhlic pill, from tho dreadful conseipiencea tbat fro*
'{U'-iitly follow Its incautious use. These coutalu no mercury or mineral eutotaucu whatever.
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
IItin !■ ■; i" i ii mamiracturcd by a practical chemist, and
every ounce of it under his own eye. with invariable acc»«
racy nml cai-e. It ifi sealed and protected by law from counterfeit, and eoriscjuently can be relied on an genuine,
wiihout adulteration. It supplies the surest remedy the
world has ever known for tbe euro of all pulmonary com*
plaints; fur Coimih. Colds, Hoarseness, Asthma, Caocr,
W'HOOt'INQ COUQII, BnOHCHITIS, INCIPIENT CONSCKPTION, and
fur tbo relief of consumptive patienta in advanced fttagea of
tbo disease. As timo makes these facts widor and better
known, this medicine has gradually become the best reliance ofthe afflicted, from tbo log cabin of tbe American
peasant to the palaces of tturopenn kings. Throughout
this entire country, in every stato and city, and Indeed almost every hamlet it contains. Cm;i:i: v PtCTOlUL la known
as the best of all remedies for dlFenRes of the throat and
lungs. In many foreign countries it IB extensively nied by
their most intelligent physicians. If there Is any dependence on what men of every station certify it obb dono for
them; if we can trust our own senses when we see the daa*
gcrous affections of the hmgs yield to it; If we can depend
on tho assurance of intelligent physicians, whose businsa*
li to know; in short, if there Is any reliance upon any
thiiiLr. then is it Irrefutably proven that this medieine iott
cure the class of diseases It 1b designed for, beyond any and
all other remedies known to mankind. Nothing but its in*
trinslc virtues, and tho unmistakable benefit conferred on
thousands of sufferers, could originate and maintain the
reputation it enjoys. While many inferior remedlea hare
been thrust upon tho community, hawo failed, and been
discarded, this haa gained friends by every trial, conferred
benefits on the afflicted they can never forget, and produced
cures too numerous and remarkable to be forgotten.
Prepared by Dr. J. C. ATEB,
PRACTICAL AND ANALYTICAL CHEMIST,
•       LOWELL,  MASS.
MfD SOLD BT
Moore   &   Co.,    Victoria
AND ALL DRUGGISTS. wing   ^tlcgrnpb.
FUIDAY  KVE.NIXO,  OCT.  20,   1866.
COMMERCIAL
MKMOUAMJA.
Per »tmr FIDELITER —Lift Portland Oct
23d at 0 p.m. ; arrived at Astoria net. -lib
at 10:30 a.m ; left nt 12m.; crossed Columbia Uiver Mar a: 1:30 p.m. ; nt 2 10 p.m
passed steamship Active bound smith ; at j:Mi
p.m., Oct. 25th, arrived nt Victoria.
riiniuaUi
Per stmr FIDELITER. from Portland—8
Montgomery, D Spoor, 0 Qanion, Fred Sur-
geut, H Mcl.aiu, Samuel Chittenden, A
Phillips, A MoCannls, (,'hns Cnrr, .Mrs Work
aad family, Mrs Charles and family, Uaptaln
Jaynes, U.^.A., three U.S. soldiers for Sun
Juan Island
KUKH.lll     L.1ST.
Per stmr FIDELITER. from Portland—A,
A,Q,M, San Juan Islnnd, T2 pkgs, 11 K Iline.-
6 pkgB P, 24 pkgs, S 34 pkgs, J G, 349 pkgn,
PI! D, till pkgs. C II 11 pkgs, G A Uames 1
pkgs, S N 10 pkgs, Q W Slinver 14 pkgs, C H
28 pkgs, L & (Jo 100 pkjs, A Phillips COo
pkgs, K H 20 pkgs, A W 0 pkgs, 0 104 pkgs,
V H 17 fikgs, McL 02 pkgs, Jl'tl 40 ptfgs, (1
Digne 7 pkgs, Lenevuc 73H pkgs, L I) Huntings
1 pkg.
Fkoii thb North.—The steamer Otter,
Captain Lewis, returned this morning from a
trading voyage up the North-west coast,
having gone as far as Ohil-kat, above Sitka.
She came down via New Westminster, to
which place she btought down Mr. Conway
and fifty employees of tlie Western Union
Telegraph Company, who have finished work
for the senson. Thc party wus picked up by
the Octer at Fort Simpson, having come down
the Skeena river from the interior. Mr. and
Mrs, Gribbell also camo down ou the Otter
from Metlahkatlah. The Bteaincr Mumford
with some fifty more of thc Telegraph Company's employees left Furl Simpson the day
before the Otter. Mr. Smith, of the Otter,
informs us that the Indians up the const told
them of tho loss of au American i<-e-ship in
the Northern waters ; all bunds were saved
and had arrived at Sitka. lie could not learn
the name of thc vessel. Ou the way down,
above Fort Simpson, the Otter met a cuuoe
witb Mr. Elwyn and three or four men on
the way up to prospect the hend-wuters of
.Siekiii River ; they intended to go up in the
winter, over thc hard snow. At the moinli
of Stekin River they saw one ofthe miners
named Hoagland, who reported thut they were
down pretty well ; they intended going higncr
up iberiVrrsborlly to prospect. Tiie Utter hud
a very successlul trip, und comes buck full of
furs and skius.
Tun Msti.akati.au Mission.—The following paragraph is from the Chronicle, and is
doubtless inserted by permission of thc church
authorities, as no one would suspect our contemporary of independouco enough to publish even the truth ia such a case, unless he
were assured be would not lose S- 50 by the
bold »tep:—"We arc puined to rcceivo very
un'avorable accounts Irom this Mission. It
is said that tho Missionary rules the settlement as with a rod of iron; that he orders
men and women to be Hogged for the commission of offences; and thut on one occasion
lately, where a couple wero caught in the net
of violating the seventh commandment, he
himself flogged thc woman through the streets
of the village, tied the mun up by the wrists
for two duys It is nlso asserted that the
Itev. Mr. Gribbell and his wifo are greatly
disappointed at the condition of things at tba
iiission, and ijavejusked to bo recalled. The
natives, it is added, ate unhappy nud discontented, aay they have been deceived, and wish
to sever their connection with the Mission."
A Taste fob Tim Fixe Arts.—A sailor
from H. M. S. Malacca, named Hicks, was arrested this morning, for appropriating some
$20 worth of photographic views from Gen
tile's gallery. Mr. Shakespeare did not wish
to prosecute, and as Jack averred that he had
borne a good character for II years iu Her
Majesty's service, ho was remanded to allow
Inquiries ta bc made from his officers.
Joint Malowanski.—The steamer Otter reports having passed the schooner Langley ut
Bella Bella, bound down with the wounded
man John Malowanski on hoard. lie was
ehot at Ky-ganni, opposite Furt Simpson, and
received two flesh wounds, one through the
thigh and tho otlier through tho arm. The
wounds arc not serious.
TELEGRAPHIC
Frou Portland.—Tho steamer Fideliter
arrived last evening with 15 passengers nnd a
full freight of flour, fruit and other Oregon
produce. The Fideliter made a fine run up
in 40 hours with a head sea. She met the
Active off the Columbia bar, passing her so
close that a paper was thrown to her' The
Active was rolling heavily.
Tbmpseanci Lkctore.— The Uev. A. C.
HcDougall will lecture to-morrow ninht at
8 o'clock in the basement of the Methodist
Church, Pandora street. A collection will
betaken up in aid of the funds of the Lodge of
Good Templars of this city.
From San Juan Island. — Tho schooner
Alfred Crosby, Capt. Perkins, arrived on Sunday morning last, in tow of steamer Couch,
with a cargo of 700 bbls lime for Mc rakeu,
Merrill k Co., which she is now discharging
into that firm's warehouse.—Oregon Herald.
For New Westminster.—In consequence
of telegraphic despatches received the steamer
Enterprise will go up to new Westminster tonight at 9 o'clock. Drop letters will be received at the Post Office till 7 o'clock.
Cows for S»l*.—Mr. J. P. Davies will
sell several fine cows—good milkers and very
gentle—to-morrow at 11 o'clock.
[BACK   DISPATCHES.]
Sax Fhascisco, Oct. 20—The Eastern line if Mill down. 'J lie following despatch received lust night throws simr
light mi the cause of the recent telegraphic interruptions.
Shi Lamm, Oct. 20—Hm?j storms
lately have |ii!iietriitcil tha I.ins bully U
tin'Ine ik east nf Port Al Irlicll, ilu- Indium huve d'strnyed tlie lino for two
miles. Men are on the way, and wire,
poles, etc . |T" down in ihe morning lo ilie
break. Tliey hope to get it up by tomorrow evening.
In view of tbe number of vioVicns of
nrmy regulations, uud  glottal orders, in
regard lo military eorreip leoee, urmy
officers making complaints or ukiug
favors through Irregular Channels, Qeneral
Bel ii' k has ordered published ilie order
ianueU by Oeeerel Grant on the subject,
requiring tlmt nil correspondence mnsi be
conducted through the proper olliciul
oltannels, except in cases of pressing necessity, which do not leave time for
regular eoinumnlcatlon, and then the nc-
cessl'y must be stated. Olliccrs violutiiig
ibis rule are liable to be arretted, und ilie
tnul fur disobedience of orders is recommended to the President for dismissal
Peier Mtilmtt, and his wife Mary, commenced suit to-day against C. Greggos,
0 recover $ri,000 dumuges alleged to
have been sustained by Mrs. Malum,
being run over by defendant's wagon.
Fenian Matter*.
Buffalo, October 10—The Commercial of this city hns intelligence that the
Fenians organized un ut tempt to cross to
Niagara river at Lewision, on Saturday,
to bum the village of Qneenitown, and
blow up the Brock's monument, but were
prevented, by Information tliat the
Canadians were ready to receive them.
The whole thing is doubtless u canard.
Fire In Quebec
Quebec, October 10.—At a nubile
meeting called to devise means for tin-
relief of Bufferera by tho late lire, $o,000
was  subscribed.
Thackeray  on   Snoba.
'•THE COURT CIltCrl.Alt,"   AND   ITS   INFLUENCE ON SNOBS.
Exnmple is the best nf p'ecepts ; ro let
ns begin with a trim and authentic story,
showing bow young aristocratic : nobs
nre reared, and how early their Snobbish
ness may be made to bloom. A beauiiful
und fashionable ludy—(pardon, gracious
Madam, that yuur story should be made
public ; but it is so moral that it ought to
be known to the universal world/ —told
me that in her early youth she bud n
little acquaintance, who is now indeed a
beautiful nnd fashionable lady loo. In
mentioning Miss Snoiiky. daughter of Sir
Snobky Snobky, whose presentation 111
Court caused stn-li a sensation la 1
dny ; need 1 sny more ?
When Miss Snobkey wns so very young
118 to be iu the nursery regions, nnd to
walk of early mornings iu St. James's
Park, protected by a French governess
nud followed by u huge hirsute flunkey in
the canary coloured livery of the Bnobkys,
she used occasionally in these promenades
to meet with young Lord Claude Lolli-
I op, tbe Marquis of Sillabub's younger
son. In the very height of the season,
from some unexplained cause, the
Snobky's suddenly determined upon leuv-
ing town. Miss Snobky spoke to lur
female friend uinl confidante, 'What will
poor Claude Lollipop say when he hears
of my absence ?' asked the leiidcr-hearled
child.
' O, perhaps he won"t hour of it,'
answers the confidante.
1My dear, In will rend it in Ilie paptri,'
replied the d-nr little fashionable rogiiu of
seven years old. She knew already her
Importance, uml how all tne world of
England, how all ihe would-iic-iji Dteel
people, DOW all the silver-fork worshippers, how all the tattle-mongers, how nil
tho grocers' ladies, ihe tailors' Indies, the
attorneys' uml merchants' Indies, and the
people living nt Clapham and Brunswick
Square, who have no mure chunce of consorting with n Snobky, than my beloved
reuder bas of dining wilb the Emperor of
Obina—yet watched the movements of
the Snobkys with Interest, ami were glad
to know wheu they came to Loudon und
left it.
Here is the account of Miss Snobky's
dress, uud that of her mother Lady
Snobky, from the papers of last Friday :
Miss Snobky—'Habit 0e Cour, composed of a yellow nankeen illusion dress
over a slip of rich pea-green corduroy,
trimmed en tablier, with bouquets of
Brussels sprouts : tbe body and sleeves
handsomely trimmed with culiuiiiuco, ami
festooned with a pink train and while
radishes. Head dress, carrots aud lappets.
Lady Snobky—'Costume de Cour, composed of a train of tho most superb Pekiu
bandannas, elegantly trimmed with spangles, tinfoil, and red-tape. Bodice and
underdress of sky-blue velveteen, trimmed
wilh bouffauls and noeuds of bell-pulls.
Stomacher, a muffin. Head, dress, a
bird's nest, with a bird of paradise, over
a rich brass knocker en ferrotiiere. This
splendid costume, by Madame Crinoline,
of Regent Street, was the object of universal admiration.'
This is what you read. O, Mrs. Ellis I
O,   mother*,  daughters,  auuts,   grand
mothers of England, this is the sort of
writing which is put in the newspapers f,r
you I How can you he'p being it
mothiTs. daughters, &c, of Snobs, so long
us this balderdash is set before y ni ?
As long as a Court Circular exists, bow
the deuce are people whose n-nm s ar"
chronicled in it ev r to believe tbmeetvei
V i|ii ils of the Clinging race which daily
reads that abominable tru.-li ? [believe
thai tMfn is tli - 11 il) '■ 'iintry in lbe world
lei.v. where tbe Court Circular remains In
full flourish—where yon rend. ' This d IJ
IIIs Knjul lligiiin-ss l'liiu'i; Pattypan was
taken an airing in his no curt.' 'The
Plinc— I' inininy was taken a drive, al-
t. mild by her Indies of honour and ihvoiii
panted by ber doll,' kc. We lough at
(ba solemnity with  vbich   Baiut   Simon
iiiiiioiinc'S that .S'i/ Mnjeslese midjonmetut
iiii/ijiinlliui. Under our vety notes tbi
same tolly is daily going on. That wonderful and mysterious man, the uu'hor of
the t'nurt Circular, drops in witb Ins budget ut thc newspaper offices every night.
I once asked the Kiliu/i of a paper to
allow me to lie in wait and see him.
And then you read in the Dldrio do
Qoberno—' Yesterday, His Majesty, the
king, took 'be diversion of shouting in
the woods of l.'intra, attended by Colonel
tbe Honourable Wliiskeraudo SombrtfO.
liis Majesty returned to the Xeecssidades
lo lunch, ut, kc , kc'
Oh, that Cmirt Circular I once more, 1
exclaim. Down with the Court Circular
—that engine nnd propagator of Suob-
bishmssl I promise 10 subscribe for a
year to any daily paper that shall come
out without a Court Circular—were ii
the Morning Herald itself. When 1 read
that trash, 1 rise in my wrath ; I fee] my.
sell disloyal, a regicide, a member ofthe
Calf's Head Club. The only Court Cir«
I'ulnr story which ever pleased me, was
thut of the King of Spain, who iu greut
part wus rousted because there was not
time for the Prime Minister to command
the Lord Chamberlain to desire tbe
Grand Hold Stick to order I lie lirst page
in wailing to bid the chief of the flunkies
to request the Housemaid of Honour to
bring up a pail of water to put His
Majesty out.
Wit -.md Humor.
>I>i ( 1.1I  Nulled.
While walking with a friend, a gentleg
mnn  accidentally stepped upon a lady'.
trailing dress. She turned with B frown
ing look and strong expression of anger.
With his usual urbanity, lie replied "J
nut sorry, inndnm, very sorry, indeed; but,
really, I didn't know that I wus within a
quarter of a mile of you,''
Folks don't go 10 bed now-n-days-they
retire to rest. Nobody eats his dinner—
people tnke some refreshment. Nobody
goes to church—but people attend divine
service, No one gets his tooth pulled out
lie bus it extracted. No one forges a
cheque—he puts bis name on paper.
'Mother, do they make books out of
water?' 'No, my child; why do yi^u ask
such u foolish question?' 'Nothing,
only 1 read the other day about uu im-
uieii^e volume of Water. '
A student In want of money sold his
books and wrote home. ' Father, rejoice,
for 1 now derive my support from literature.'
A Hibernian senator, speaking of
suicide, snid,'Tbi! only way to stop it is
to make it a capital offence, punishable
with  donth.'
A coquette is u rose from which every
lover plucks a leaf—the thorns ure reserved for her future husband.
' These notes enliven me,'us the mnn
snid on receiving u remittance.
Dogwood an eminent author observes,
mny rcntlily be distinguished by its peculiar bark.
' You niakn my blood boil,' ns the
live lobster cried on I in tbe saucepan.
■ Mm h remains unsung,' 119 11 torn cat
snid when a brickbat cut short his Bere-
nnde.
Tho young fellow wlm engaged himself
t" half a dozen young women is undoubtedly u bean of promise.
Generally, as soon ns a man is supposed
to have a litilo money his wife gets too
lame lo wa'k, und must bave  a  carriage.
It is considered to bo cool to take a
man's hat with his name written in it,
simply because you want to get his uuto
graph,
The Emperor of Brazil bas appointed a
11 Board of Health" to investigate and deeide
whut proprietary remedies should he admitted
into the country and what excluded. After
some months session they have reported condemning them all except Dr. J. C. Ayer k Go's
preparations. Three of those they recommended the Emperor to admit for the benefit
of the public health, while they hold the
fourth, Cherry Pectoral, under advisement for
further information respecting one of its ingredients — morphine, whieh while so extensively employed and so highly esteemed ns
a remed'y in this country, is scarcely known
in that.' Of all the oth. r medicine before
them, the Imperial commission sni. " no one
Of tbem merits any f»VOT whatever, or protection fr.'in this Government, ns they contain
nothing new nor any specific virtues not fully
known and Usui by our own physicians."
The Imperinl Government bus accordingly
prohibited them all from i.dmission through
the custom house, except the (remedies of our
distinguished countrymen above mentioned—
a discrimination by their learned men very
like Ihnt to which experience has led the
American people.—Boston Herald.
Fubncii Miu.iskhy—The millinery department at London Hou<e is now under the management of a lady who arrived by last steamer from Paris. -J. H. Tuhneb k Co.        *
Ma. Zi»k hegs to announce to tbe inhabitants ot victoria tint he ha» lately reeeived «
large assortment ot Children's Carriages and
Obalra, H-iuni! Basked nnd fishing I
mil » l»ri>e quantity ol Market and 'I r iv- Hm
' ''■ B 1  tl SS, i   Bl    Hoods and Toy..
a1!   et whieh  bora le  bt sold on or
F.-'iruirv   Mtl    M     L'n-.ilv    reduced
Goods sold as wlm 1 ■ ppces.     *
Bwe Bolonoi lir-*. have r<'.
moved io tin- t.',,.-t,,ry brick boildleg on
UovaronMnl street, opposite tbt Bt Nicbuln-
lloOl. Tiny lian- n-cived, ex slop Jlobawk.
I om I. ni'on. n fun- assortment of ni'-n -
clothing and nederclotbing, wbiefa Ihey will
sell lower than aoy h iusi- in town. Give them
a call. #
New Aiivertiseiui uts.
1(0*101 —Ml ■    inform
her pupil.- and tbs public tlmt she Intends
holding her Dancing C'u-s twice a week.
WeAnttA*. and - .nnlr. ertiringt, from 8 to
11 o'clock, rammea Itt November
next,   in  the   rting-Vtrelq   Hall,   Exchange
Buildings, Guvt liiuielil street. *
Alkxamhiu's Qi.orit—Messrs. J. H. to ran
ft Co., London House, hart received to-dav.
by  Bxpn      •    o   Paris, a full sssortment-of
' 'ex in li-■'- l.iinoiis kid (.'love-, for which
they are tbt lit agtntt iu Vancouver island
and British Oi luinbia. *
Mn. Diniiv 1'ai.mkii requests that orders for
teaching, playing and tuning I'ia iofortaa,snd
for inttroction In Singing, muy  bs left with
Messrs. Hibben k Carswell, .Stationers and
Booksellers, Government street, or at his residence, near the lop of Fort street. *
EIlYWOOO'S 1'ork Racsaos— Elixir of Lirn
—Mr. Heywood bus commenced for lbe season
to make his celebrated pork sausage, manufactured from lbe verv best of Island-fed pork.
Everybody buys hem hecause they are good
and only twtwty-five ceuts per pound. *
Kcmiival.—Mr. Diubv Palmer has removed
to Kane street, three duors below Mr.
t'liwceit'e r sidence, where he will continue
giving instruction on the Piano Forte, and
Singing, Evening parties attended and Pianos
tuned and repaired. *
BolIiOWAY'l Pitta—lliu'li'i-i rail Bowel Co niplilntn.
—Th -sn imUuies   Am ever |ire.ei)t, ALd   if   lell  unit
tended Frequently terminate retail/. It should b-
I'vnwli ip kuimn tint botheboleraenddlattbondepend on the presence of n'une Dnd'ceeted niii-taiicein
tic ntu-ri ch or bowell, ur mime dek'teri'iiu aia'ter In
tbebitod, ami tliat   Hollows?*!  Pills oan expel either
with pise anil expi'iliien. They conci-ntrate inasilr
prising degreepnrltjrlng, alternative, reipilatlnir and
■IretMtthi"in g uiilitic, mnl thus exert over everv Internal nr. an tlie wlujla.omely controlling iriflu- use i<>
necpssui')' ILt tubdulns excessive action In Uu- human
frui"'. HnlloWij's medicine may he ndvflnt»ge..i,Bly
hikea lie u menu-, t f keeping th'bl mil pure nnd Ihe
body cool—Ihe on'y praetH'HMo plan ol munluiniMg
heath ill youth, manhood and old age.
ti
51
Ey Steamship Active.
TOBACCO   &   SEGARS
F O 11   T II K   MILLION!
P.    CAMPBELL,
Hns received   the most  celebrated YIR
Ul.MA BRANDS by express from
New Y'ork City,
Twists, Railroad,  May Flower,
AND THB
ADELPHI   GOLD   BAR,
Manufactured e.\|iressly for bin,
AILWriC AND PACIFIC'CABLE TWIST
and otlier Tobaccos too nuineroas to
mention.
1\1 eerschaiun, Bnar Root.
— AND—
ALL KINDS   OF PIPES,
flaying Cards, flaft'lici— nil
varieties.
Havana   Cigars
Hy the Cargo or Sample.
SeaT Office of C. F.  Grceu'8  Victoria
lino Bsquitnalt Express,
oc 4
API-XPllI SKGAR STORE.
K.EAdlO^r-A.L.
\Y.  IIEATHOfiN
-*jBBGS   LEAVE   TO   INFORM   HIS
jrljNj   Iriends  and the  public  tbat  bo  lias
«*" removed his
Boot and Shoe Store
To Government strfkt, two doors from the
"Colonist ami Chronicle" Office, where he
will oontlnue his Bunt Making business.
BOOTS ADD SHOES MADE TO 03DEK
Of the best materials and workmanship.
N.B.—Repairing done at shortest notice.
oc 23
LUMBER
»     LARGS   ASSORTMENT   OF   ROUGH
l\.    and dressed for sale cheap,
J. ROREttTSON STEWART.
Victoria, V. I., 20h August, 1866. oc 22
Jesse  Cowpei\
Wholesale and R'tal Dealer Io
B99TOKD SHGES,
LEATHER, j
—AND—
SKOS     FITJDWGS,
YATE5    STREET,
OPPOSITE WBLL8, FAIlOO & Co
At the old stand of Webster & Co., in
prepared to supply the wants of tbe
pubiie in liis line.
The Latest Stvlas
Received by every arrival from Kniflai d
and Sau  Francisco. oc '2
SOMETHING NEW
UNDER   THB   SUN,
A NEW ERA IR MEDICIRE!
*f$y Let tiie Buffering and diseased re»d
the following.
tiS* Let nil wbo have been eiven up by
doctors, and spoken of as incurable, read the
following.
flSJT* Let all who can believe facts and can
have faith ia evidence, read the following :
Know all men liif these presents. That on this,
the Twentieth day of June, in the year of our
Lord, One Thousand EigM Hundred and
Sixty-Six, personally came Juseph Haydock
to me, known as such, and being duly sworn,
di-pnsed as follows: That ho is the solo
general acent for the Unhid States and dependencies thereof fnr prepnrations or medicines known as Maggiel's Pilla and Salve,
and that tbe following certificates are verbatim copies to best of his knowledge and
belief.
JAMES SMEITRE,
l.s:
'•}
Notary Public,
Wall street, New York.
June 1st, 1866.
Dr. Maggiel —T lake tny pen to write yoa
of my great relief and that the nwful pain ln
tny .-iile has left me at last—thanks to your
medicine, till, Doctor, how thankful I am
that I cun get some sleep. I can never write
it enough. I thank you again nnd again, and
am '•ure thnt yuu nre really the friend of all
sufferers. I could not help writing to you,
aud hope you will not take it. amiss.
JA.ME.J MYERS, 110 Avenue D.
This is to certify that I wns discharged from
the nrmy w'ch Chronic Diarrliam, and have
been cured by Dr. Maggiel's Pills.
WILSON HARVEY,
New York, April 7, 186U.       27 Pitt street.
The following is nn Interesting ense of a
mnn employed in an Iron Foundry, who, in
pouring melted iron into a flask thnt was
damp and wet, rinsed nn explosion. The
melted Iron was thrown around and on him in
n perfect shower, und he was burnt dreadfully.
Tlm following certificate wns given to rae by
him, about eight weeks after the accident.
New York, Jan. 11, I860.
My name i* Jacob Hardy; I am an Iron
rounder; I was badly burnt by hot iron ia
November lust; my burns healed, but 1 had a
running si ro on my 1< g that would not heal f
I tried Unggiel's Salvo, and it cured tne in a
few weeks, This is all true, and anybody
run now see uie at Jackson's Iron Works, 2d
Avenue. .I.1HRDY,
119 Uocrkkstroet.
EXTRACTS   FROM   VARIOUS   LETTERS
"I hnd do appetite; Maggiel's Pills gave
un' a lietriy one."
'•Your Pills arc marvellous."
" I send for another box, and Iteep Ihcm in
the house.1.'
Dr. Mngjiel has cured my licadaMie that
was chronic."
" I cave half of one ofynurpills to my babe
for cholera morbus. 1 he dear little thing got
well in a day."
» Mv nnu3"a of a morning Is now cured."
" Your box of Maggiel's Salve cured me of
noises in the bend. 1 rulilied ."onie of your
lalve behind my ears, and thc noise left."
■' Send mc two boxes: I want one for a poor
family."
" I enclose n Dollar; your price is 25 cents
but the medicine to mo is worth a dollar."
" Send me five boxes of your Pills."
" Let me have three boxes of your Salve by
return mail."
I have over 200 such Testimonials
As tbis, but want of space compels me to
conclude, S. MAGGIEL, M.D.
HAGGIEI/S riLLS AND  SALTS
Are sold by
A. C. LANGLEY & Co.,
VICTORIA,  V.  I.,
SOLE AGENTS.
§f$* NOTICE—None genuine wiihout ths
engraved trademark around each pot or box,
sigred by Dr. J. Maggiel. 11 Pine street, New
Y'ork, to counterfeit which is felony.
.-old by all respectnele Dealers in Medicines
throughout the United States and Canndas, at
2."i cents per box or pot. New Advertisem3iits.
.
FASHION MUSIC HALL,
ADJOIN,KG WELLS, FARGO A CO'S,
Yates    Htreet.
rpilE PROPRIETOR TAKES GREAT
X pleasure in announcing the arrival of tbe
celebrated
PRIMA DONNA & PIANISTB,
Madam Josephine Berndt,
Who will every evening entertain ihe visitors
witb selections from the most favorite
o r* E Pfc A H ,
And tho most
POPULAR BALLADS,
In English,  French,  Italian, German,
Hungarian, Spanish, etc., etc-, etc,
Being one of the most accomplished
Linguists and Vocalists of the
Day-
In addition to the talented Madam Bernd'
the services of the following galaxy of beauty
have been engaged to wait upon customers:
MISS  MILKOY,       MISS  SWEET,
"     LEVEIES, "     WALSH,
MADAM    B   ICE
Open every evening at 8.] pjn.
.AJDMISSIOIvr      FREE.
C.    BROOKS,
oc 1 Proprietor.
"1 & w. mm~
House and Ship Plumbers
CASFiTTERS,
BELL-HANGERS & TINSMITHS
FORT  STREET.
All orders promptly attended fo
oc 2
LIST OF ARRIVALS
At ths Mount Ararat Hotel during the months
of June, July, and August, 18G6.
June—His Excellency Governor Kcnnody, Mr
William A G Young, Mr. llenj W
Pearse.
July—Messrs Jas Wilcox, F Dupray, Jns Reed
Macadam, John Dand, Louis Philpot,
F W Alwood, J R Ford, B S Hatch, Sir
Jas Douglas, D Fraser, IS S Wliitting-
ham.
August—H E Seelye, W E Stronach, J
Robertson Stewart, Thos Lett Stal-
Schmidt, Robt Uurnahy ; John Nicholson, M M Titus, F W Green, Benj W
Pearse, Acting Surveyor General, R
Homfray, H 0 Ticdeinann ; James Mc-
Giitchan; Wm Denny, Wm Wilson,
Joseph Hilton, It D and J; Kenneth Mc-
Kensie, Jr, Wm H McKeuzin, David B
JJlair, Ghas Redfern, Chas Kent.
ss 4-lm
IFOIR    SALE
New Advertisements.
Jft
t  GOOD MARE (IK FOAL), WITH YEAR-
A   ling colt   by   hor   side.   Will work in
Single or double harness.
Apply at the
Office of the Evening Telegraph)
LANGLEY STREET. oo 9
For Sale Ex Camden,
"ROUND THE CORNER"
IS THE NAME OF TIIE
2NTE"W    SALOON
JUST OPKXED IN
Lnn-iley   Street,   round   the
corner from Yates Street,
In the building formerly occupied   by   the
Saloon of EiifciiiuiuiT's HorSL.
The Saloon has been tastefully refilled,
and will be supplied with the
FIRST   QUALITY   OF
Wines  and Liquors.
The proprietor respectfully invites tho public to call "SOUND THU CORNER" and
judge for themselves.
QOTIBXIBHI   ITBOTf     CNTHANCE — NISXT
door to tlio Telegraph Office.
sella        JICOII   MGRHniCR.
Hosteller, Docker, anil Angostura Bitters,
Oregon Cider In bbls. and fates,
Claret In casks, half-casks and cases,
lantern* and California White K Inr,
French tlrohol 90 0.1'.,
Stay. CDqnot, Hunun and Bollengcr Cham.
km* la Mere an asuenmrnt ef Brandy
and Liquors suitable for the Trade.
tur- Depot of Havana Cigars.
ocO
EUOBNE THOMAS,
Yates street.
2Z23JbiC.O-\rATj.
DR. POWKLL HAS REMOVED HIS
Surgery nnd Residence to the comer o
DOUGLAS AND BROUGHTON STREETS
(near Fort).
Ofkicb Ilotrns—9 A. M.  to   12  M., ond  8
1', M. to 10 P. M.
August 18. bo 2S
3STOTIOE.
Wharf   Street,
HAS REDUCED ITS PRICES TO MKRT
the times, and clean comfortable beds
can be obtained for 25 cents por night or $1 DO
per week.    Board $1 per day.
S. HILL,  Proprietress.
N. B —Tho Hotel is lire-proof. oe 1
OLYMPIA OYSTERS
IN EVERY STYLE AT
A.   Ws   PIPER'S,
AND THB
Best Welsh Rarebits
ON    THE    ISLAND.
se 19
:re:m:o'V.ajl.
A.   BULEB  &   Co.
HAVE   REMOVED
TO TIIE STORE ADJOINING TIIE
MASONIC BUILDING,
Next door to T. N. Hibben k Co., where they
BUY AND SELL LADIES' AND GENT'S
cast-off clothing.
Clothes cleaned and repaired at the shortest
notice,
so 25-lra
BANK  OF  BRITISH   COLUMBIA.
Losnnx, 3d Augnst, 186l>.
FROM AND AFTER 20tii SKP'fUltBBE.
1808, Mb. David Marshal), Lanii will
c se to be Manager of this Bank in these
Colonics, and Ms. Wm. C'irtis Ward is
authorised to perform the duties o' Principal
Officer of the Bank in these Colonies, signing
all documents ns Acting Manager,
By order of the Court of Direoiors,
JAS. L>. WALKER,
so 26-lm Inspector.
TJ-NIVERSITY
WASHINGTON TERRITORY
.'pHIS INSTITUTION WILL REOPEN ON
X the 17th inst. Pupils 0f both sexes received, who wi'l be expected to lurnish their
own rooms, which are provided in separate
buildings, free of charge.
The   Expense   ol  Boarding  and  Tuition,
without incidentals, will  not exceed $50 per
quarter of 11 weeks, payable in advance.
Fnr further Information address
UKV. (Il.il. P.  WilinvnUTII.
President.
Seattle, W. T., Sept. 1st, I860. oc 11
Union is accomplished and
Producers Prot   ed.
Tho country only can bo saved  by
Patronizing
CAMERON'S  ISLAND   PRODUCE
MARKET,
No.  18   Fort  strcot,  opposito  Mrs.   Ueal's
Boarding-house.
SINCE WE ARE TO HAVE A TARIFF,
Island Produce will be in demand and to
supply the increase of orders it has been
accessary to make arrangements with several
moie hunters and fishermen ; nlso Producers
will always bo able to find n market for their
vegetables and other produce, at reasonable
rates ; Whilst consumers can have their demands Biippiiod free of duty. The market
will henceforth be supplied with tho finest
Venison, Fish and Game of every description.
Clams and Oysters from tho newly discovered beds at Chemninus.
•Since pre,.arm? ..the above we learn that a
special Telegram has -»rrived from the Home
Government stilting that Chinamen pedlars
are to be taxed S-'IO per head, per month, nnd
knowing it to be a fatal shock to them, the
"Original" will go in mourning fur the space
of one month, iu respect to their memory.
OiV Y  PAKLE  CHINOOK.
oc 7
J. H- Turner & Co.
GOVERNMENT STREET,
VICTORIA, V. I.
LONDON   PI KM,
J- P- Tunstall & Co-
LONDON    HOUSE,
September, 1806.
We hare rccricetl by "Royal Tar'' and late Express arrivals a
great part of our Autumn and Winter Stock. It comprises as usual a
full assort me ut of Staple and Fancy Goods.
Linens, Cottons, Prints, Damasks,
Hi.ankits, Flannels, kc,
])iu:ss Gooos, The Ni:w LorsBYS, Serges, Merinos,
Poim.im:s, Plaids, kc
Shawls—Rich Broche, Wool, Himalayan, kc,
Ladies' and Obodbkn'b Undebcwthdco,
Mantles, Furs, JIosiekv, Embroideries, Lace
Goods, kc
Millinery —Wreaths, Head Dresses, a beautiful selection
of Bonnets in tbe Lainballe, Pamela, and other new
shapes;  Hats in silk, velvet, and straw.
Thii di purl ment is now Under thc direction tf a First Class French
Miiliuer, ivho arrived by last steamer.
The above goods have hem seltoted by our London partner with great
care, and will be sold on most favorable terms.
J.   II.   Turner   &   C7o.,
se 21 Agents for Alexandre's Kid Gloves.
A   Triumph   of   Science RED LION HOTEL,
GOVERNMENT STREET.
TIIE  LIGHT   OP   TUE   WORLD
HE-OFEasrrKrGh
UDREK1 CONCERT ROOM
UDEB THE HASlflGJIEST OF MRS. QCIRLES.
'JpiIIS HOST FAVORITE AND FASHION-
ahle place of amusement hnving been
entirely re-decorated « ill re-open This Evening at 9 o'clock. "Mr. Ned Reed, the famous
Banjo Player will be in attendance to amuse
visitors with his minstrel Songs. At the Bar
the best of case Liquors and Havana Cigars
"ill he dispensed.
Open every Evening at 9 o'clock, admission
frc*. tt'H
DR. MAGGIEL'S
PILLS   & SALVE.
These Lifo-jrlving remedies ar* now, for tho flr t
ti<>'e,g vo-i puhl cJy to tti ■ w r '1. For over aquarter
of a century ■.: prh tti- practice theiil(jredit;Hla io theau
Life-Giving Pills
H»v" te^n used with the greatest incceM. Their
iniifi-ii ii o tony to ir-vent i iftse, hut to ritre
They *e rch ou1 Ih' various nmUdlea by *»h.ch tlm
patient Ih aulferinff, ami rp-invigorated t « itllfklf
ayateiii. T ' th" it ir-i anil imlrm a iew tloius of thenu
valuable I'll,1.8 will,.rove to he
A MY FOUNTAIN CF YOUTH,
For in every case t*iey arid new life and vito'lty, and
rent-ire the w.nfi'pniornle-t to their i-riatine itate. Ti
the >o (furii miidl- eftt} they «ill pr^ve nrnit In
valut'te,a a rot y, ipuulfic and hpt in■.; medicine.
• ere i* a dream realized, that R'tice-de-Leon tough',
for th tee hundred yearn ago, and never fund. Me
innk'il lur 11 I uiitain that would nature tlie old to
vigor and make youth ever
An Eternal Spring-!
It wn!" left for thii d>iv nnd hour to realize tho dream,
ami *how ln one glorious f.ict the magic that n.ade
it fair.
THESE FAMOUS REMEDIES
Cannot st:v the flight of year a, hut thev can force back,
am'hold aloof, dieeaaeii'liHt mi.Lt Iri -inph ovei tno
ng- il and the young, Lfll n**na hesitate (httrt, DQt
■ I/" tho favorable oiportunity that oWttt* When taken
au pre4Ciibed—
For Billious Disorders
Nothint can le  mora product lee of cure thnn theso
Pill- — fliuir almo.it   m gic  mil ■-■   j-  felt at  o tn ;
nnd thu u-nial Conn tuitanli uf UM* »»' tt di^treising
dltuuae are umoved. Thece rtimdiea aru made from
the pureat
VEGETABLE COMPOUNDS.
They will not iiann thc in---! delicate fetnnle, and
ra i bn i.i iii iviili g>'od iiNt.i iu preturfbed d<*nen tu
the younterit babu.
For Cutaneous Disorders
Andalltru li.-naof thoxkln,<ho s.w.VK !■ mo«l In
valiulilf. It diMti n t htial . alemally Hlmi ■, imi ji in-
tr ■•>• with the mo>tt » arclilng «ir, oi» lo the vurj root
of tha evil.
DR. MAGGIEL'S PILLS
Invariably euro the following Diseases :
Attain*,
How >I Complaint?,
Ootih'hx,
L'-olda,
Cheat I>i ertaeR,
CottiveneBR,
I)., .■ !»■■ j -si ii ,'
Dianh"
rrilK   AHOVE-NAMED    HOTEL   HAVING
i.  been opened by
JOE     EUEN,
He will bo  happy lo meet his  friends on all
occasions, aa   irill furnish them witr
the best of
Wiue?5 Liquors, Ale» Porter, &c--
and Clears-
BAGATELLE,  SKITTLES,  ANU   BOXING
GLOVES.
ttgy* Joe and Tom will he happy lo give
Private Lessons in tbe noble art ol "Self-
Defonce." ocIO
fc'Dorborg & Rueff,
COMMISSION   MERCHANTS,
Importers and Wholesale Denle-s in
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS,
Boots and Hhoes,
Wharf street, Victoria, V. i. oc 2
Dropsy,
Debility,
Fever and s\gv*.
FemaleComplaiDtc,
lieailftche,
ludi?--stlon,
IdAiipi za,
inflammation,
Inward WeakneM,
I,i""r Complaint,
Lowne-sof Spirita,
Kinffworm,
ftheumatlatn,
bait M.ptim,
ScaldH,
tkln Diseaaes.
fly* NOTICE.— Vonejfenrfne without the onirrived
trade-mark »ro'ind e»tt;h pot or box, aigned b\ I)R, J.
MAt.Gl I,, 43 Fulton atreetj New Vork, to counu-rfe.t
whii-li ia fi'1-.iiy.
JHT Sold by all reanectnble Djalors in Medicinal
thiiHiwIi'iut the United 8-ates and Can-idu—at 26 oeuta
per box or pot,
A. C. Langley & Co.,
Agents for Vancouver Island and British
Columbia.
3«2
BRITISH    PERIODICALS.
The London Quarterly Rev.'ew (Conservative).
The Edinbu; gh Review (Whig)
The W estminster Review (Radical)
Ths North British Review (Free Church)
B'ackwcod's Edinburgh Kagazke (Tory)
Tlio foir Kiview* re-published hr Mer»r«. POOTT ft
Co., irf irfntjraby do stdercd an tho Orekt K'-viewi,
and l!larkWi)ud haa been jnaily placed in lbe uinm
niiik* Who-ver ilinpen^fl« with nndin/ pni'licHtioimot
tbU clam, wb..tfver may (j« hi* nnvral luformaUoo,
ivlil eonii be alto?eilmr behind thiuime in whieh he
live«— and in tbeae tfineaa pdraon tony noon get very
far behind. Th*',v mny be read and itudied with ad-
vnniaje by the penjile of thla country, of every creed
and party.
1^- ULACKWOOD )• nnDiiinllv attractive tt tfalri
tlni" t*i Aini'rlcans, not only fir Its aeri I artir-leii by
iii iin/iii>li''d W Titort of tleii n. #i< for ihe aeu-unlof
tbe Lit" civil w r. now being written l.y C I. Von
H.irki', a(Je'iuaiio(lio»r, nhi'-f- .f-htaJf m (iiu. J. E. b.
; (uart, of the Confederate army.
THBU8   FOR   I860.
For anjono of Iha lleview fi per annum
For an) twoof the Rovlewn  7 "
For any three of tho Kovlewi 10 "
For all fnur of the Iteriewa 12 "
Foa Illaekwo'-d'i Ma«ann«  4 "
Fi»r Wnckwood and ono Revl w  7 "
For 1(1.i' kw< od and any two of thu lie.
vl»Wi 10 "
For 1'Uckwo id and three of tho Reviews..13 w
Fur UUufcWond and the four Reviowi 16 "
CLUBS.
A (UrtOMttt of ttoenly ptfOtaai, will be a'lowcd lo cluba
of four or mnft pfrtoai, Thut, f.oir c piea of
B]aekwco4« ar of ono Kevlsw will be tent tooneod-
drast of $19 BO. Konr«n]iii'8 of the four Ueviuwauud
Blackwood, fur $48, *m! mood.
l'OSTAG E.
When pent by rn.til, tbe 1'ost.kik to enr part of the
tlmtid t tea wi 1 be ' ut tipeiit.-four cmts a year for
" i-ACKwooo," and but tight cents a year for each of
the lteviewa.
Re'uced Prices for previous years-
Sdhwrlbera may obtiin the   Kojvints  Immeaialfdy
preceding 18fi6, ai folluwa, viz. :
IJlaihoood from S-ptenii.t-r. 1864, to December, 1805
inoluBive, at the rate of $2 50 a year.
The North British from J-tunary. 18(13, to Itectmbpr
If65, inchuive; the Edinburgh nnd tne Westminster lrt-m
." p il. 18ft4, to Deceniler, JBfci, lneliirive. rllid W»
London yaartn-ly for the year 18t6, at the rate of $1 A0
a year fur each or nny   evi»w.
$3" A   few copies yet reimln  of art the four Itevietos
for j8i'3 at $4 a set, or * 1 60 for any one.
LEOiVAKD   SCOTT   &   CO.,
Publishers. 38  Walker Street, JV* f*
1*. S. & Co., alto publish the
FA.IHVTFE,'S O-XJIDE
By HwtT Stftosxh, «f Edinburgh, nnd ilu l«.e J. p.
N,Mii.i.v, r.| y.lr . ,.llr..,p,   2vnl..  Bovai Oolavo,  IC00
pnirei, und numerous   Kligrai In..'
*foo" *" ** "" ,W" To!>ms''—*T ""Hi P»«t PaM
tr a* ,a'2t
TUE  0>'E THING   WANTED.
HOLLOWAY'S PILLS.
The Blood.
These fnmous pilla are so composed thn
they openiie wholesomely on the stomach, tb*
liver, Ihe hinvils,ftinl olher or^Bus; by correet- 1
ing nny iltTiuiRCiueiits in their functions :
whereby n steady supply of pnre roaterisla tor
the renewal of the libmil is fornished, and ■
constant iilislrHCliiin of cllVte products is effected. This perfect circulation thns b.ciunre
tbe very fonaluin of health and life, and orer-
coines all form of disease wherever its situ»»
tlon.
General I)lNorder« or Ilie Liver
und Momacli.
All who ever indulge a* :nb)c, either in eat-
'iii! or drinking, should take about ten of ttts-
fniiniua pillnm bed lime, from which will ree
suit a clear head and good stomach tbe fo" «•-
ing morning. Thousands of Ladies are always complaining of Bick hendnchet, wa. t o
nppethef waiilof energy, and want of simacth,
to coirect ull these evils, three or four ot these
i'ills should he taken twine a Week, wben they
would give the invalid .lie health anil appetit*
of a ploughman.
Femaleo or all Agtua andClagae*
Obstructions ol any kind, either in young
or those between forty and fifty—the most critical peliod of life—may be radically rejUio.'d
by using those i'ills according to the frlnted
directions which accompany each box. idling
persons wiih sickly and sallow completions
may hnve the bloom ol health restored b£ thir
corrective, which purifies the blood »i*l ex-
pels ull gross nnd impure humors from thesys-
tem. Uewnre then of the critical age Iron
forty to titty, ns it sends many thousands t»
premature grave,—tbese I'illsshould be lakci
it that period of lile two or three times *
yeek
Want  uf Strength and Energy.
Persons of sedentary habits, or Ihoge troubled in mind, working in Factories or Goal
Pits, who cannot obtain tbat ainonnt ol fresl
air and exercise which nature requires, sutler
from weakness and dclility, lowness of spirit
and want of nppetite. All such should take •
dose or two ol these I'ills every three or torn
days, as they act gently and eflectiiRlly on tb*
system and impart vigor and energy to ih*
body, which is always followed by * good
nppetite, sound and refreshing sleep, and a
high flow of spirits.
For the « ure of Dropsy.
The cffloncy of Hollowny'a Pills in Dropsy
is extraordinary. They act with such a peculiar effect upon the system, tbat the fluid'
causing tlii.i ilirelul complaint, nre perccptibl
carried olT mid prevented from any lurtbel
accumii'ntion. The sullerei regains a buoyancy of spirits and rejoices in * completely
renovated coustitution. It Is indispensably
necessary that the ointment should ">e most
ell'ectiinllv rubbed into the complnluing puts
during the whole course of treatment.
Children and their  lilim ntc
In no country in the world are more children
carried to an early grave than in Qreat Britain.
(loughs, Measles, Scarlatina, Fevers, and other
iiseases attack the little sufferers, ard death,
hut too often, follows at a rapid pace; y.t if
nt the first stage ol these oomplaints, parent*
were to hnve recourse to Holloway's Pills, all
danger would be avoided; for the stomach
and bowels would ae gently but effectually
cleansed bvtliis milti aperient; the depraved
niimors corrcctea nnu tnesecretlonsduiy regulated. A perfect cure would -oon be effected, nnd the i'ttle patient restored to soun*1
health.
Holloway' Pi. t ve the best known romody in lh
world h* the following diseases*
PnM at the l-'slrthiisliineitt of rrnleHHor Hollowny, 241
.atrand, (near Tcmnle bur.) I. n<lnn ; al«" by all ra.pect
able lin:r:i '.. ami Dualcia.ln tlo icincstliroughctit lh*
civilized world,at the itillo^tn^ iiiicea—le, \X,, 6. fht,,
In. Hii., lis., 2'2s., und ■'•'•'.- each box.
A ilie
Feinalfl  Irregular
Scrofu'aorKIng I
Antlima
ities
Evil
fii!liini^(,'ii.  jilriint-
Fever of ai) kindt-
-'ore Thrmta
^
Flti
Ston* and (invs
Mlotrhes   oi*   th<
[•oUt
t-'eeondgrj' Hymn,
.-kin
Ik-ad .\rlin
torn*
Bowel complain If
Irniitrii'lior
Hc-Dotonwx
Col lea
lullaiiimatlon
1 union
Constipation ofthe
litiiiidice
Utcera
How la
l.iverCainiilainta
V'euenaT    alien.
OntHMtta] tion
Lii'iba^o
Hona
Dehi'dv
hi««
Wormf   o f   ■
Dropsy
Ithcini'ntlfrn
km.In
D*(tetitrv
Keientimi ef Urine
Weakiieia     fmto
Erj-aipelaa
whatecercauaa
*m*   There in   a coBaiiforahla   aavlu
„' by taking tha
nrge r ftr/.-^.
l>lrecti"Ti« for theguidr nee of patli
usinererj d^jor
fler are allisvd to vneh im.v.
Prixtbd nnd Published by HcCtnns k Co. nt
thc office, Langley Street.

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