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VOL. I.
VICTORIA,   VANCUUVEIt   ISLAND,   FRIDAY   EVENING,   OCTOBER  12.   1866
NO. 88.
•thb
"EVENING TELEGRAPH,"
KUSLUftBD
Everv   Evcniag at  4   O'Clock,
(Saturday and Sunday evenings excepted.)
ALSO KVKItY
SUNDAY    MORNING !
TERMS OF   srilseiCll'TlON t
f'er Aunum, in adranre, hy mail, 110 Ot)
Ir'or "ix munttii,     <) 0<1
Per W"elc, payable tn Currier, ,»      gs
■ILglvtAtyltt        io
For terms of Advertisemaat apply at the
Mttk Langley Street-
UC^
HERMAN  EHULTZ,
—AT—
HiB Well Known and Old Established
Stand
Tho Government st. Boot Store,
Ras jtrat received  per steamer
A   PINE   ASSORTMENT   OF
Ladies' and   Children's   Shoes,
Which he offers nt a very low price.
Receives hy each steamer from England and
San  Francisco
BOOTS     <Sc    SHOES
FIMEST   AND  BEST QtTALlTT,
FRENCH   LEATHER,
—AXD—
SHOE     TINBIWQS,
At prices to correspond with the times.
te 12
NOTICE .
this PERSONS HAVINO CLAIMS
A against the undersigned are requested to
present thorn within 30 days from date.
All persons indebted to the undersigned arc
requested to scttlo their accounts within 30
days either by noto or otherwise, or they will
be given to my Attorney for collection, as I
intend to leave for Europe.
se 16-lm J. W. KEYSER.
FOR     SALE
TWO GROVER& BAKER SEWING
MACHINES, for heavy work; one
Singer's Machine, No. 2, for lino aud heavy
■work.
All the goods pertaining to the business,
including cotton goods, ticking, pulu, and
other goods too numerous too mcution.
The above will be sold for less than cost
witliin 30 days.
Terms—Cash or approved Notes.
—ALSO-
The entire slock of Crockery, Hardware,
Furniture, Fancy Goods, ke,, ou the same
terms as above.
All goods unBeld after 30 days will bo sold
at auction.
ee 10-lm J. W.  KEYSER.
XJJSTIVERSITY
—or—
WASHINGTON TERRITORY
THIS INSTITUTION WILL REOPEN ON
the 17th inst. Pupils of both sexes received, »iio will be expected to lurnish their
own rooms, which are provided in separate
buildings, free of charge.
The  Expense   ot   Boarding   and Tuition,
without incidentals, will  not exceed $50 per
quarter of 11 weeks, payable in advance.
For further information address
'  REV. GEO. F.  WHITWORTII,
President.
Seattle, W. T., Sept. 1st, 18G6. bo 11
LIST OF ARRIVALS
At the Mount Ararat Hotel during the months
of June, July, and August, 1866.
June—HiB Esccllencv Governor Kennedy, Mr
William A G Young, Mr. Benj W
Pearse.
July—Messrs Jas Wilcox, T Dnpray, Jas Reed
Macadam, John Hand, Louis Philpot,
F W Alwood, J R Ford, E S Hatch, Sir
Jas Douglas, I) Kniser, E S Whitting-
ham.
August—H E Seelye, W E Stronach, J
Robertson Stewart, Thos Lett Stal-
s'chinidt, Robt Burnaby ; John Nicho1-
son, M M Titus, F W Green, Iiouj \V
Pearse, Acting Surveyor General, R
Hoiufray, II 0 Tiedemann ; James Mc—
Cutchan; Wm Denny, Wm Wilso'ii,
Joseph Hilton.R D And J; Kenneth Mc-
Keniie, Jr, Wm B McKeusie, David 13
Blair, ChasRedfern, Clus Kent.
It4-lm
Now Atlveriisi'ineiits.
LINCOLN   HOUSE!
Cor- Washington and Front sis,
PORTLAND, OltEllO.V.
I¥. C. .TLlTTHIUVSEiV,
Of  tlio   St.   Nicholas   Hotel,   Victoria,
Havim; TAKEN tiik MOVE must:.
iriihe  i-i am nee to li.i- public that lie
li ii iw prepared   to  accomodate gaeeti in a
lory manner.   Nothing will lie left un-
lone, which is in the power of the proprietor
to do, to render rii-sis "uiiit'uitnble.
Portland, Angatt 2itb, M66 bc 14
NEW BUTCHER  SHOP.
n
Wm. 3. Townsend
EG8 TO   IXl-'OHM TIIK PUBLIC TllAT
on
SATURDAY   NEXT
He will re-open tlio
Enroka    Market,
GOVERNMENT,  STREET,
Adjoining  the  Masonh'   Kl'ii.iii.vii,
Where he hopes,  by keeping  a  good article
und by strict attention to business, to
merit a share of the public patronage.
sc 2fi-lm
TIIE GREAT   REMEDY   OF  THE
AGE.
HOLLOWAY'S OINTMENT.
The   effect   of  tlie   Ointment   on    tliu
System,
To the T'-ry co-e and centre of all flis^ftpeB
which affect the human body, this remarkable
preparation penetrate'*. Ii disappears under
the friction oi the hands, aa salt disappears
when rubbed upon meat. The unguent performs its healing errand rapidly, safely, aad
without pair.. Simple eruptions, open sores,
hard tumors, scrolnioua developments of all
kinds, abcesses, cancers, old wounes. and, in
fact, evory species of inflammation and suppuration, whether in the skin, the tlesh, tbe
glands, or among the muscles, can be firrcsteb
ID its destructive course, and permanently
cared without danger by rubbing ln tbis inestimable Ointment.
Had    lev'ii,   liittl   RrenBtg, \   Sores,   and
t'lt-em*
Jn many Hospitals in Europe this celebrated
remedy is now used for the cure of old wounds,
sores, and ulcers ; in Spain and Portugal, and
m many parts of Italy, the first Physicians re-
regularly prescribe its use. It is a Boverelgr
remedy for bad breasts and bad legs; and like*
wise for all skin diseases. It is to bc found in
tho chest of nearly every sailor, soldier, anc
emigrant.
1 in pi udem lis   of   Youth ; —Sores   nnd
U leers.
The above class of complaints ia surely relieved by nightly fomenting the parts witl
viirm water, and then by most etFectunlly rub
oing in this Ointment. Persons sulfating iron
these direful complaints should loao not a mo
ment in arresting their progress. It should tH
understood that it is not sufficient merely to
smear the Ointment on the affected parts, but
it must be well rubbed in for some considerably
time two or three times a day, ihat it may bt
taken into the system, whence it will reruov.
only hidden sore or woiud as effectually a.
though it wore palpable to the eye. Bread ami
water poultices, alter the rubbing in ot tl:
Ointment, will do great service. This is tin
only proper treatment for females in ca?es c|
cancer in the stomach, or for those who auflt;
(roni a general bearing dow n.
I'ilrs.   Fistulilg, Strictures.
Blotches, n*nlso swellings, can with certain tj
be radically cured if the Ointment be used
freely, and tho Pills be taken night and monu
ing as recommended in theprintedinstrm-riioii-t
Wben treated in any other way theso complaint.
Billy dry up in one place to break out in sn-
>ther ; whereas this Ointment will remove the
humor from the system, and lea^e the patien
\ vigewous and healthy being. It will requih
.irae, aided by the use of the Pills, to ensure
asting cure.
Dlpthi i in.   Bronchitis,   Soie   Throats,
Any of the above class of diseases may be
*ured by welt rubbing the Ointment three
-imes a day upon the skin covering the throat,
chest, and neck ot the patient. The unguent
will soon penetrate the pores and give immediate relief. To allay the fever and lessen ths
ioflamaiioti, eight or ten Pills should be taken
night and morning. The Ointment will pio.
duce perspiration, which is so essential for
remo"ing fevers, sore throats, and those oppressions of the chest which arise from
Asthma, Bronchitis, and other causes.
Both  the  Ointment und   Pills   Khoulit
he   used   tn   the   following   Cases t
Rivl L*gl
fornn (Cirns)
Rliemrmtism
Hi-1 Breasts
Cancers
: iHl.U
B-inis
Contracted       and
8i.it- fflppta
Bunion*
sn - joints
St ro Throat
Bit-">t \lo*e1itt»*e«
i.lt»|>:i.mtUll5
Skin disOfti
and S:.n.i I-.i.-s.
PtttnUi
scurvy
ocrt-Uay
QotXt
Sort iiernln
Chlcifo-ioot
• iliin''iilar    Swell
In mor*
ing!
Ulcers
3MIDU18*
l« -mti:igo.
Woundi
QtwnpBd ITiuidg
Pi It! 3
Y»w»
     I
Soli! nt te E=tat'li«hni-'ni ol PitoMttOR IToi.towa
/44, Strand, (near ITomplr Bm), London ; nito by a
/e^u'ct'iMc liniifL'lsts and Pea ft rn In Medicines through
mn tde clWliled world, at the full wing prices Is.lkd
2. Sd, 4s dd., 11h., S3., and 83&, tttth Pot.
%*   Tliere s a coniirterablo saving by taking the lar^n
hm
N B.—nirectlnns for the jnildanrr of PatWitn tn evei
die'M .lo: are ailixed to t ach Pot,
THT!
EVENING TELEGEAPE
CENTRAL
Job   Printing
establishment
Langley Street, Victoria,
The  Printing    Office
OF TIIK
EVENING
TELEGRAPH
Office is replete with every appliance
and variety of Material for the
Execution of
LETTER PRESS   PRINTING!
lu all its brandies, whelber
Plain or Ornamental
Mibcell&ueous.
An Appeal  to  thc Citizens of
Vic'.oiii. V-1.
'riii-:
I   Vh-I
»PIIK OFFI€K AIMS at se.-u.-inp
JL such speedy Bxectttfou of oruere na is
cuusistent with correct and eltgnnt Woik-
nmuship.
Orders received for Printing
Hooks, Business Curds,
Pamphlets invoices,,
Catalogue! Bill Ilc-nils,
Sermons, Trade Forms,
Reports Circulars, (Fli'm
Rentals, Coloured,)
Leases, Ham!   Hills.  (Plain oi
Law Forms of ever/ Coloured,)
description,
For Prices,   apply   at the   Office
Langley street,
General News Agent
J. Stratnmii.
EMPIRE NEWS DEPOT
Cor. Washington & Sansome str.
Han Franciioo*
THRADVKRTl^KUis prepared to supply
withpunvtunlUj nnd celerity the nuurxt d
newspapers and periOtlicali tipofl the following
terms All orders, to receive immediate attention, must be accompanied l>y cash remtUanoc,
and banded in previous to the 4th, 14th, and
24th of each month.
London Daily Time* $14 00
«'       the Vi-ihi  IfOG
"       lllu«lratt'd Tirtins..  "00
'*      VnkhrTin<«       T oo
«      DeU'aLIfa in t/imlon 14 00
'      Weekl* DUpatch 14 OC
«       111. N«w#ofHie Woilrl. 1400
"       PuMic Opinion  "50
*      Index (Frt-plrnde) lliHl
"        II!.   Pimrtin^ Niw..,, SOO
»       Sp«ctat«r 14 00
"        Itview    1400
"       Satiirdnv iic%'inw.... 14 00
in biH Nali'id....  WOO
i   ■- -,,   Illustrated N«w« 14 uo
Atlaut'c Mnntlil; ;i on
BUeKiW^'fl Miun'/inp ., 8 00
Hi p«r»a lUfaKiM  .*  3 00
Btxpaouj Mkgttinc Jon
Kniri;<-rliockor 90
PariJic V intMv   t Oi,
QUsy^Udin Book...,    3 0O
Miui.tl Host Jt 00
C",iitnenuil Magidlw. 8 00
HftHam IVmnnstv    miilily ;, 00
f, ijetlle'inewFunilfttaftsliM  3 00
Cbnmberi' Brtinbergh oiirnal 4 OH
H"nUily   papBrs, i»>,rea  Week fi oo
•' lt        AM ihe Year Umind fi o;l
TIvickTav'* TomhiMM inline..	
Lotitlon  l.:iii 'i i r, (xi
3. A. Hala'eT.'inple Bnr 8 On
Louden Society tugwlne Gin)
St. Jan'.eti Macaiine • 6 00
K-■inLuru'li Krvi.-w lOO'i
Londun    Rsvlew 10 00
NottliRriti'UKvvU'W 10 00
4fwtmin*t«r Review 10 00
lond.n Arl  JniTpal 12 00
HlU'l &   B&l4iUDg Va- 1000
CON(J!ffiOATION    EMANU-RL   OF
toria, V. 1.. in meeting aiiernbledj this
'lnv, Baturdaj. Sept. 23d, I
Resolved, Urn -h»- aid of onr Fallow Citi-
/.'■t: ofalJ L>enoniin*ttoni be lollctted through
tin- fallowing notboriied »nd duly app ■ lnt< I
Committee. And kbaft mcfa Oomnittee endeavor, l.y ever; meani io their power, to
raise randi whereby pert of tbi debt or raort-
gage on tlif terMlItUh Synagogue any be
led. Snowing thr liberal vieweand
generoifty of tbe ciHteni "f Victoria, ihe con-
gregatien bai fits*, t'i" iliybteil doabt(making
due ftllowancfl Inr tlie dullneHs ofthe season)
th;it their appeal will meel with that reipome
wliicli the exigeney ofthe caee feqoireti
A. JACOBS, President.
L. ANTHONY, Secretary.
B, M. 0OHEK,
i.i:\vi- LEWIS,
D. NHIRPSKR,
J. \Y. KKVSKli,
ie2 f Committee on Snbucription.
AYER'S
CHERRY
PECTORAL,
IOB THK RAl'ID CUBS OF
Colds, Coughs, and
lloiirsriirs*.,
BiUMFrrr,T>, Mam.. 20tli !)"<•.. 116ft.
Dh-.I.C. Ayi:n: J tlonol lifHiiafulniwy
tlio Ix'st romsdyl hiv« srerftxmd for
(.'nllkll-.    H'l.il-i-li'—■■.   I I a TT  i"l:/ I. liUl  th'l
Boaoomftanl lympttRiuol i Oi 14, If yonr
ClIKKRT  I'll'-T-H! M..     IH iiiii-tiiiil   DM IS
my praetue and my family ht the lant
u-u yean bu ihowu It to pomott wp»
riontrtuoi Ibr tba tteumant <>f tlir-Ho
oompUlnU.    BBiSS KNIGHT, M.D!
A. B. MORtLKY, l'";.'.nii'A.N.Y..writ('g: "Tliare
used your PaotoaU nonetf and In my intnily ittt sine*
yitii inv»-nt«»i ii. and mdlen it tlm bntmaaldnfl for It*
jun["i»(j • ret put fiit. Witli a bad cold I ibould »«H»net
puv tirehty-fln dollan fir a l»Jttlu than do without it, o»
taki* any utluT nmi-dy."
Croup, Whoopin-.* Couch, Influenza.
BrauioniU), Blua, C«b. 7. lfoo.
BKOTiitn Arm: I will cbeorfblly nTiity your Pkctorai,
Is tho bait remedy tit poMMM f-V the mm of ,\lwming
Ontght Oroup, nnd the ifliart dtaeawi of tdifldren.   waol
your finternity in tho Btratb nppnijntii your skill, and
ooinim-iid roar mediotne tu our people.
HIKAM 00NBXIN, M.D.
AMOS LKR. Bw„MonTBEiT, I\..wriiiK. 84 Jan.,18Mi
"l hnd a t■■'iiiiii- Enfla H/.ii. trhhifa oonflned me in doari
nix weekst tivk many medidoee without relief; tinniiy
tried your Pkotoral by thj udvico of our detiynun
The Bret iott relieVed the ■QTeneep in my throat and
loon; leal tban one hotf the bottle made me completely
well. Your medlcinei are the choapeet uwel) i^ the beet
we can buy, and ire erteem yooj Doctor, uud your reme-
diaffiT" the |ioor Hunt's fri.nil."
Afithma or rhthi*m . nnd Bronchitis.
Vfssn MAHCHMTBa, l'\.. Feb. 4,1S50.
Fir: TmrOaxeai Psoroui li pertamlnc morrtfloni
cur*'8 in tlii^ nctiost ii li»" relleted meral from itlarm*
lug lymptonu of cooeumptlai, nnd i« ntfw eilrlns n mnn
WOn ho« labored undor nn itffrrtiou ofthe lunge fur Ihe
laitt forty jwire. Jii;NUY I, I'AHKS, Uetcliant.
A. A. RAMS8Y, M.D.. AuMir, Mowwa Co.. Iowa,
writ'!", r'i'p'. 'i. l'-''"': '* DurliiK niyprnctlceof manyyeara
I iinvr found n ithing equal to your Chbrm Pictobai for
piviu- in— -in I nli f t ' coonuttjrttve piiticnts, or curing
ent'ti u are ourabto."
We fright add rolnmoa uf evidenro, but the mont convincing proofof the virtue of tliiii rrm«dy is found iu iti
effects upon triul.
Consumption*
Probiibly no one remedy bu Wet been ftimwn which
cored so mHiiy nnd Kiich dangsroui cnuvs n.i tliia. Snnie
no hiinuiti »id ou naoh; bnt own to tbono the Ciiekrt
rccTouA:. affords relief and oomfl rt
AaroB Boon, Niw Yotw Otrr. March 6,186R
Pottoti Avi t. L p'vri.i.: 1 foci it a duty and n pleaaure
tofnfiirm you what yottf Cm:unv Pectoru hne uooeftr
my wife, 'she Itad bei n 6w monthi lalwrlns un i"r tbe
danffi n ne Bymptbm*wTCon«ttnptlon, frofB which ii" rid
we could pn rhvt ber mm b i Iii f.   She mtt tttt Uly
ftiilinir. until Dr. wronf.of thla city, where a ib re
for iidvii.', iii;"iiini"t'did :i trial "f yourmedidne.   ^'e
blew hlsltlodnr * r ehe haa ro«m
erw from thai day.   W»a t»j
to be. Imi \t> !V ... - If well.
Voiiii witl -id
OULA.NDOmELltV, DJ S^n.nrviur..
Omvtmi>fire'. do not d.'*p^r till vmi lw»« trtod Ateh's
Cninr.r Pbctorat~ lt is mml.- liy one ot the bent medical
rliom *-\* in the worl!. nnd it* cures all around ne bi speak
ti»* high niciiin of ita rtrtnea.— t'hiimldphui tsedsfer,
Ayer's Cathartic Pills,
rpiiK nli i ■ of i i, :.i ■ ■■ ■   ■   i Ui I
J.  taxed tbeir ul n it to prod • pel    t
purvniiM' \*lii''li ll 1- BO* D tO   o.nii.    I i!litllii'-i;iM
■ra ahown that ti rirtues which surjMMln
f\. i-iii.ii. i thi be] v. in bq*
pracedi atodly up ;'»U «ip"-   Tbey are saft
tad pi - anl to t.d, !■■ i powarfhl to core, Tlieir]
trnting prAuertlfls stimnlab the vital activities of tlie body,
rrninvi'ih" obitnuAioni of Its organs,poriQ th) blood,
and tatpal dlaoaan 11 ■ > pnrgi oul tliel ml bumori whli h
brood and grow diatatnper, stlmnlate ilugglah or dieor-
lend orgtta Into their nal ■: Import healthy
tone with Mrength to the whole system. Not only do
thoy euro tin' erery-day complaints of every body, but
thito formidable and dan Elial hare baffled
the beet of human skill. While tbey produce powerful
efforts, thoy nre at tile same tltn".iu diminished doeee.the
eaf''.«t and belt physio that can ht employed ror children.
Bein^csngarooatad, they afe pleasant to ink": and being
pup ly tesp table, aw free from auy rir-k of harm.  Curos
havo l n iTin.if which rani sj i>. lief wore they not nib.
Btantiated by woo of audh exalted position and character
u to forbid tbo sunjiioinn of Untruth. Many rminont
clergymen and pbyirinns have lent tlnir nainoB tb rcrll-
fv to tha public the reliability ofmy remedlea, while others have eent mo the tMurapoepf their oonviction that
my Preparations contribute inimiinsoly to the relief of niy
affllated, suffering fellow-men.
Tho Agent below tiiuned ts pleased to furnish gratis my
Amorirnn Alm.'urn\0"iitainincilirp(tionsfortb''ir nno and
rertiflcat'K of their Ottrec, of tl"' v (lowing complaints: —
Ouetlvonata, flflbnta OompMnte, Khemnatbun, Drony,
Heartl-iim. Headache arising from a ftml BtntnaCh, Nausea, Indigestion, Morbid Inaction ol the Bowels :n-A Pain
arlaing therefrom. Flatulency, Loss of Appetite, all ri:n-r-
ons and Outaneoos DtscAsce which require nn eTiVWint
Medicine, S fufhla or King's Kvil. They all >, by purifying the blood and stimulating the system, '-''.re many
(jomnlaint* which it would not bt> supposed tiiey could
reaon, surli n* Deafn^a, Partial Klindtuiif. Neuralgia nnd
Nervous Irritability,lloraugettients ofthe Uverand Kidneys Bout, an I otbenfcindred comptidnte nri.«lng from a
low state of the odj fc obetrncttoo of iti FUnctfartie.
Do not bo put oH" by Unprincipled denier* with come
other pill thoy make m«-rt* pnAt on. Ask Ibr Atbr's
PntB, and take nothing rise. No other they can give
you pompares with this fn ii>* Intrinsic value or curative
powers. Tho Idck want the best aid theti is for thorn,
snd they ebonld hare it.
Prepared by Dr. J. Cf. AYER,
Practical and Analytical Chemist, Lowell, Kasi.
**•«» 35 Ore. pir Box.   Five Doxxs for %\.
**(\t.\, nv
KEOOHJES & Co., Victoria,
FOB     SALE,
4 OOOn SABS (IX FOAL), WITH VttAR
A lini? cult by her aids. Will wurk ii
single or double Imi•-,
Apply nt tbo
Office ofthe Evening Telegraph.
LANOI.EV  STKEKT. se a
Fox Sale Ex Camden,
Hostettcr, Docker, ant! An'-'i-inr.i BlUorr
Oregon Oder Id bljlg. and eatei,
Claril In fa^U?, half-easks ac<l caiei,
Sanlernc and California U'iilte Wine.
French ilcolml 90 O.P.,
Eug. <ili|iti)l, lluiimi  and  Koilrugrr Cbaic.
pairni'i
And In  *<nre an   a««or'tncnl of Rrandf
and l.iijuurg oi!:able for (lie Trade.
«©" Depot of Havana Cigars,
so G
EUGENE THOMAS,
Vntes street.
Relief  for   the   Afflicted!,
THE INTRODUCTION UP
Perry     Davis'
Vegetable Pain Killer
To tlic Sufferim;  Humanity of this Ag.
lias relieved more pain, mid caused mora
teal joy tbau any otbi-r ono thing tbat can
be mimed.
Invaluable   Remedy.
Our first Phyildanl   ure ii,  nml  roennuuta
ils   use;   tbe   Apothecary fculs   it   lirsl
ain-itig tbe inedirincs culled for, and
tlic wholesale Druggist considers
it a leading article of bis
trade.     All tbe dealers
in medicine apeak
alike   in its favor: uml iis
reputation as a me-iiciuo of great
merit und virtue is fully and perma-
i    nently csUbliibedi mid it is tbo groat
ramily MediciDe   of the Age«
Every Volunteer should have a bottle, in case
of sudden attat ki uf Disease,
Taken Iuterinilly, curei
Sudden Colds, Coughs, ke.,
Weak Stom icb,
Qeneral Debility,
Noriing 8 ire Mouth, Canker,
Liver Complaint,
Dyipepaia or Lnditrestion,
Crump and pain in the Stouiiicb,
llowol Complaint,
r.im'i-r-' Colic,
Allelic Cholera,
Diarhoea ami Dyseoterr.
Taken exteinully curei
Felons, Boils, and Old Sores,
Severe Burns ami Scalds,
Cuts, Bruises and Sprains,
Swelling of the Joints,
Ringworm nnd Tetter,
Broken Ursula,
Frosted Feet aud Chilblains,
Toothache,
Paiu in the Faee,
Neuralgia nml Rheumatism.
PAIN   KILLER,
Taken internnlly, should be ndr.Iternted
with milk or water, and sweetened with
sugar, if desired, or made into a bji tp
with molasses. For a CO'J Gil and
Bronchitis, a few drops on Muk-t, eaten,
will be more effectivi than anything else.
For SORE THROAT, prglt the thron.
with a mixture of Paiu Killer and water,
and the relief is immediate and cute positive.
SaW It shonld not be forgotten that
tbe Pain Killer is equally as uood to
take internally as to use externally,
Kneh botlla is wrapped with ull direc
tiotis for its use.
AND ALL DRUGGISTS.
se-18
Prices 2a cculs, 50 ceuts & $1 per bottle, (gtrjcnhtg   (telegraph.
fltlDAY   EVKX1.10,   OCT.   12,   I860.
COMMERCIAL.
MllI'l'l.lU  IMKLUChlik.
TORTOK VICTURH. VAN'IHIVKIt   [SLUD
mnn,
Oct 13 —Sip Ringleader, Harper, Niiiiiiimo
Sip Lady Franklin, Prilchurd, Bu Juaii
llrk Mackay, Hughes, Liverpool
cikakkd.
Oct 12—Sip Ringleader,   Harper,  Nannimo
Sip Tbomtou, WafrrO, llurrurd Inlet
Sell Alpba, lienrge, N.uiuimo
Sip Deerfoot, Meyalloeh, r-iniox
Str Fideliter, Eriklu, l'ort Angelos
FaoH Lebcii Rivbii.—We learn limn ■
miner who returned from Leech river hist
evening, that the late ruins have raised a
freshet in the river. For :I8 hours it ruined
steadily and the river rose about 8 feet, rolling along in an impetuous torrint and putting a temporary stop to all mining operations. Tbe new dam bul't for the government sawmill, whieh bus just been QOmpleted,
received the full weight of the flood, but
withstood the shock without injury Tbe
sawmill is only waiting for the lumber to
build the Hume, and the ditch is expected to
be finished tbis week. Our informant, with
two others, has been mining in ono of the
gulches, and jn two weeks they took out
■$140, among which was a piece worth $00.
lie believes that when I.eecb river is properly
-worked it will yield millions of dollars.
There will be nothing done, however, hy tho
aid ol thc ditch tbis season.
Fnoa Livkui'ool.—The bnrk McKay, Capt.
Owen Hughes, arrived here yesterday evening in 188 days from Liverpool. She brings
a cargo of general merchandise and is consigned to Janion, Green k Ubodcs. Four of
<he crew are down with the scurvy, and the
steward,.a West Indian named Juliu liotet,
(lied ou the way, of Inflammation uf the lungs.
In the Straits tbe Mackay wns cniiglitin a ga e
which carried away tbe lore, forc-topgal:ant,
and mizeu staysails. The Mackay is a Province built vessel of 383 tous. She was
brought into tbe harbor and placed at her
consignees' wharf by Pilot Pike.
Rifle Matcu.—The match between the
non-commissioned officers and privates of
Rifle Company No. 1 came off yesterday, resulting iu the privates winning by a score of
192 against 180. The coutestaats were Color
Sergt. Turner, Setgt. Bowden, Corporals Roscoe, Englchart and Norris ; and Privates John
Wilson, Soar, Allsop, Newbury and Homfray.
The best shooting was made by Corp. Englc-
bart, who scored 56 points.
Shipping at Otbalautj—From Mr. John
Costello who returned from Uisalady this
afternoon, we obtaia tbe following list of
shipping at tbat port: Siamese ship Silas
Greenman, nearly loaded ; Biitish ship Annie
Langton, brig Sheet Anchor and ship Royal
Tar, loading. Tho crew of the Royal Tar
bad nearly all deserted, five of them leaving
the first night.
Policr CouilT.—Thero was a blank calendar
again this morning. Mr. Pemberton is suffering from ill-health at present, nnd although
he came in to his oflice this morning, be ia
hardly fit for business. There is no official iu
the colony who has performed his duties more
faithfully and unremittingly thnn Mr. Pemberton, and he is richly entitled to the holiday
bis failing health seems to require,
Coal Mink on Flan.—Mr. John P. Couch,
tbe agent for the Bcllinghara Bay coal mine,
received a despatch to-day stating that the
mine was on fire, and requesting him to send
over 1000 feet of hose for the purpose of putting out the fire. Mr. Couch has been unable
to procure the hose but the steam-r Fidejter
has been chartered and Mr. Kohl will go over
to see what can be done.
The Govebnok's Depabtdbb.—We arc glad
to learn that it has been decided to make tbo
farewell to Governor Kennedy assume the
form of a ball instead of a dinner, or any
other mode which might bc regarded as a
political demonstration.
Heavy Failube.—We understand that ono
of the largest firms iu British Columbia has
been obliged to suspend business. Thc liabilities are stated to be from $100,000 to
$200,000.
Naval.—H.M.8. Clio is daily expected from
Panama.
Tits Fidelitbb will sail for Portland on
Monday morning early—hour not yet fixed.
Mb. Diobv Palmer requests that orders for
teaching, playing and tuning Piuiofortes, and
for instruction in Singing, may he left with
Messrs. Hibben k Carswell, Stationers and
Booksellers, Government street, or at his residence, near the lop of Fort street. *
TELEGRAPHIC
Easterni
Washington, Oct. 8.—Tho President
lias issued a proclamation recommending
that Tlicrsday, the 29th of November, be
observed as a day of thanksgiving and
praise to God for all bis mercies aud
benefits.
New York, Oct. 8—Additional particulars of the burning of St. Patrick's
Cathedral state that the loes is not so
great aa it wes supposed and uot over
$11,000, insured for $51,000; all the
valuables were removed in time aud the
walls are not seriously damaged.
TROW   (I It I ICO l.
A'olcii   liy   lbe   Way.
Wo have been favored with the f
ing notes by a gentleman just doAii fiom
Cariboo :
Left Antler Creek an Snpt 2"ith, Ihe
weather wns (retting cold nud tlic snmv
Imil aire i.|y   fallen un   lbe  niniiiitiiMi lo u
ili'|ith of fist te ill  inc'ics j ihree coo
panics wero   organiz d   to   pfOsport  'his
creek thoroughly, tod slso t'i run lanneli
into the hi'il near the old to*a of iLntler;
tbey have every hope of inoceu, and ix-
|n-ct in find the sans i-li-.iniK-l ihat |ins-,'-
thr'iu.h drome Om K Arrivi 'i tl Keiil -
lev's ii) thc evening This creek is almost
abandoned, the who'e town  nai in the
plMiefllOil of two cut,, almoit in a state (if
starvation ; the booses serve ns shelter
uml fuel   fur wiih v   traveller!; tin-re nre
four coiiiimnics (Frenchmen) working on
(liis creek, and barely making expenses,
but always iu hopes of making a s'ril;--.
and then "making tracks " towardi La
brlle Frame. The distance from Antler
to this creek is laid down al 22 miles
scroti the Bald Mono tain ; the '' Live
Yankee " who lived on the summit, Ml
fire to his house nud went awny ; he said
the ground hogs and martens were getting
scarce, and it  wns time for him to leove
From Keithlcys iter ted fur Oedsr
Creek, a distance of 2"> miles; the trail
is very good, lt runs along the (J.irihoo
Lake four miles, then down the Booth
Fork eight and n half miles to Captain
Mitchell's old bridge, which yon cross; and
get into Murphy's Cut Off, or Skedaddle
Trail, 12£ miles lo Cedar Croi k. Tbs
town consists ol five small lo; housei, including two stores and one butcher's shoj;
provisions were selling very reasonably ;
mutton, 25 to 30c. per II). ; beef, 20 to
35c ; flour, 25c • sugar. 60u ; beans, 60cj
bacon, 80c j butter, $1 50; tea, I 6 ,
&C, ke. ; there were about seventy men
on the creek, Including some of the old,
Well-known miners of Williams Creek :
Win. llazclt.iiie and lady, J. Hellers, J
Woodward, U English andT. Moorbead;
they seem sanguine us to tbo richness of
the country, but up to thc present nothing
of importance has been fouud The
Aurora, Bortaltl nnd Discovery Co's. are
the only ones taking out guhi, and the
highest results do not exceed §1G per day
to the hand ; one-half of the men on the
creek ure not making expenses; tbe
diggings are shallow, from four to six feet;
ihe gold is coarse, and found on the ruck,
the top gravel contains very little pay.
From here continued on the ' Skedaddle
trail' for 10 miles along tho South Fork
Luke to Mitchell's Ferry, where I learned
that a party of six, including the old
Captain, hnd started np tlie luke with provisions and tools. It seems they hnd previously prospected, and discovered e.sthey
said, rich diggings, but would give no
further Information, Tljey are expected
to return about the Sth October, nnd nre
anxiously looked for. After crossing the
the lake (ono mile wide) the distance
to Somers' ranch is 15 miles. This ranch
is situated on the Horsefly river, in a
beautiful fertile valley. Tho proprietor,
Thomas Somers, after spending $4000 iu
buildings, fences, &c., hnd to abandon the
place this spring and start for Blackfoot,
being unablo to dispose of his crops. 1
found the house occupied by Indians who
were drying fish in it, and said it wns
hias ikookum I saw two men prospect,
ing on the banks of the river ; they
found from five to seven cents to the pan,
and-intended to set sluices and go to
work ; they seemed to think that there
wonld be an excitement in this quarter
next spring.
From Somers' to the 108 Mile Post
(Roper's) is put down at 50 miles, over a
level and picturesque country, but no
sign of habitation or improvement. Game
is abundant. Spruco grouse, willow
grouse, prairie chickens, nud hnres, ducks,
geese, &c, cun be shot wiihout going far
from the trail, and if mines thnt will
yield even $0 per duy nre found here, it
will he a pleasant and cheap place lo live
in.
The company who two yours ago sunk
a shaft 140 feet deep aud had to leave on
account of financial troubles have earned
money this summer, and intend lo resume
operations during the winter, having hud
sufficient inducements to do so. In conclusion, I will remark that this season altogether has been a very hard and disass
troos one lor the poor hard woiking
miner, and in spite of the low rates of
fares you will see numbers of men walking along adorned with the ''Golden
Gate" and "Self-rising'' patches and
cooking tlieir sennty meals on the road
side, a sure sign of hard times.
P. J. Black.
Special Xollce*.
U'.movai..—Messrs. Solomon Bros, have rein-,v< ■-!   ti,   the  two-story  brick   baildlaf  -oi
orient street, oppos'He tbe St. Nicholas
Hotel.    Tbey have received, ei ship Mohawk,
from   I.'ii.-i'oi.   a   fin--  SSSOrtSSBt  of   nun .-
Uld  underclothing, which   tliey will
ver than any hod'c in town. Give tbem
a call. *
New Advertisements.
Albxantiiik's (Hotm—Messrs, .1. II. Tamer
| (■-... I..,mi-.a li-.'is., have received to-day.
in   Bsprass from Paris, a foil sesortmeot of
kid   (.'love,,   fur   whirli
tbey an ren'l in Vancouver   I-lnnd
aii-i British !' lurabU. *
A band of clever thieves, wearing thc
dre*s of Prussian soldiers, lately made a
descent on the gambling rooms at the
fashionable watering places at Ems, in the
Duchy of Nassau, and ordering tbe game
to he stopped, seized upon all the monev of
tho bank and carried it off. The Imposture was discovered some hours later when
a regiment of real Prussians arrived.
A letter from Franklin, published iu
the Salt Lake Telegraph, says : Millions
of grasshoppers have made their appearance in this settlement, and are busy laying their eggs. They came from the
north. Through the day tho air was
thick with them. They are moving south,
and some of the most experienced citizens
apprehend another grasshopper war equal
to 1855.
Passes Hiliissbv—Tbe millinery depart
Dtnl si London ll-m-e is now nodertlu m in
i uf u ludy who arrived hy las-, stcsn*
er from Paris.-J. H. TusxsS k Co. *
P- I.L0VA1 s   tnUL—PUlfhl    I.-1 Uowm O.anpUitit".
BUlaalSl   It* >-v,-r |»r< .ent,   nl.d   if   left iinitt
!.,.;.  '.    !i., Ml i    li- u.itml"   f.'ill).    lt    nhi,uld    bi-
vrerrwta te kwvn th-t i-otb ci.olernD-i dUi
■ .-,!-■   iii--i-n-,.ii • of lome  UDdlfMted mWanceI*
. r lome  d< l-teri ui ina ter In
»-,-'','o,i'. and Urn'   v.iiWutt.t'i   I'illiMn vapelellhM
I -on) ,-xp"!i'ion.    T!i"y  ,-niici-iitriln  iiin-ur
- :.-r<— i-ni-ifvir.g, Rlteruat Yf. regulating and
rtrenftbl i !,« <,ii-! if,--, iili-l tliui  <-x,"t  <-v.-r rYerv In
t,-r-.iliir tattie '--iiitriiiliiiK Inflate!**o
Mi     - > ' i ..>-!::-■ <\ tlvt tetlan in IhehuMfl
Ir ij---.    il  11, ■» iv ft in-'-ieine   may   lie  RdvatltHffei-iuly
taken «t a meant rf keeping ih" bl>o<i pure mnl the
bod/eo I—tbe on y prtttleaUe eiitn nf miintuiinntr
health in ynutli, mtnho -■! tad nld tft.
FACTS vs- THEORIES-
"Give me a place to rest my lever on,"
inyl Archimedes, "and I will move the
world." "Give tne pure and unadulterated
drugs," says Medico I, of tbe oldeu time,
11 and I win cure disease."
In me sense, both of these learned pundits
were ihe veriest charlatans. Tliey knew tbere
wns no place to rest tbeir lever on. either to
move tbe world or cure disease. Mechanism
was iii a backward state, and the medical profession wa- I,at nnotbei name for sorcery,
an-! ull the adjuncts of magic filters and
charms ot ihe " evil eye," ke.
Km these latter days have borne unto us
something more than even superstition and
its crew ever dreamt of in tbeir maddest phi.
losopby. In tbese days of practical science,
what was theory id yesterday ir foot to-day,
and all the old time nol ions become »s bubbles
in the sun, and burst and break with every
breath we drnw.
bet Archimedes shoulder his lever and we
will iind a resting place for it to move the
world. Let mine ancient Medicus pant nnd
toil no moro for tlie drugs be so sorely needs,
for we have tbem ut our baud, ever ready to
serve them nt bis beck.
Refined in the laboratory of Dr. Kagtiel,
the finest materials known In the medical pro
fession are obtainable by any one. His
Billions, Dyspeptic, and Diarrhoea Pills stand
unrivalled,\ind his tinlvo operates with magical effect upon burns, scalds, and all sores and
alcers ofthe skin.
In fact, we think Mmioifl's Pills nnd Salve
are the wo-,der of this century, and we are
bnppy in tho thought that mai.y others of our
brethren of the emit agree witb us. We would
earnestly counsel that all families provide
themselves with Dr Maggiel's Prepaiations at
once, and keep them ready nt hand, so as to
use th-etn nt the most opportune time and as
occasion serves.— Yullei, StnteneX,
Union in accomplished and
Producers  Protected.
Tbe country only can  be Bared   by
Patron zing
CAMEKONS   ISLAND   PRODUCE
So.   IH   Fort   street,   opposite   Mrs.   Real's
Boatdieg-bouee,
SUCB   U'K  AUK  T"   HAVF, A TARIFF,
i   Produ      will b«' in deniiio'l and to
-ii;.;,!y the im r--.i-" ol    ordsfl   it   Ir-
with   several
11.■ I l.-io -in-a :   sISO   Pf(
will always be Mil- to Iind a  market for their
I » nml oilier prodi.ee, st reasonable
irbilitconsumers ran lave (heir denial  I-   Hjpplied   free  of duty.    Tbe market
will henceforth In- supplied with  tha
in, l'i-li snd Game of every description.
(,'iims   nnd   Oysters   from  Hit newly dis-
covered I"--!- a' Cbsoslnus.
Slnespreparin; tin- sbovs welesra'thats
■pedal Telegram hai arrived from the Home
(iiivi-rnni'-nt stating that Chinamen p -!.--i
an- to in- taxed S:s'j per bead, per month, mnl
knowing ii to he a fatal shock to tlieui, the
"Original'1 will go in mourning for tbe space
of one month, in respect to tbeir memory.
<»  Y  PARLE  CHINOOK.
oc 7
>.'<-,v  Advertisear*!
3STOTIOJE.
THE ROYAL HOTEL,
AVhuri*   Street,
HAS RSOCOID 1T.-I NUOM TO MEBT
the limn, and clean comfortable beds
can beobuitie J for %. -Aims pet uight or (^ M
per week,    board »1 per dny.
B. HILL,  Proprietress.
N. IS —The Hotel is Bre-proof. .* 1
New Advertisements.
The "Grotto,"
OPPOSITE THE TELEGRAPH OFFICE-.
For a Rlass of choice  liquor go  to the
" Grotto,"
There " none but the best •' you  will
fiud is thc motto.
Mint Juleps, Sherry Cobblers—everything
cooling ;
Come ye that do thirst, you will Dud its
no fooling.
oc2
BANK   OP   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.
1
London, 3d August, 18G6.
JlEOM AND AFTER 2".tii SEPTE.MIiEIl,
IBGG, Mn. David Mausiiai.l Lasr will
cease to be Malinger of this Dank in these
Colonics, and Ma. Wm. Cuiitis WaBD is
authorised to perform the duties of Principal
Officer of the Hank in these Colonics, signing
nil documents as Acting Manager.
liy order of tho Court of Directors,
JAS. II. WALKER,
se 20*1 m Inspector.
OLYMPiA OYSTERS
IN  EVERY  STYLE  AT
A.   W.   PIPER'S,
AND  THE
Best Welsh Rarebits
O»    THE    ISLAND.
se 19
EEMOVAL.
ff.  HEATHOM
BEGS LEAVE TO INFORM HIS
Iricnds und tbe public that he has
removed his
Boot and Shoe Store
To Govkrxmknt strkbt, two doors from the
•'Colonist and Chronicle" Olliee, where he
will continue his Boot Making business.
BOOTS AND SHOES MADE TO 0EDEE
Of the best materials and workmanship.
N.B.—Repairing done at shortest notice.
se 23
THE PARK HOTEL
'IMIIS WELL KN'OW.V AND BEUTI-
L fully situated Hotel is now fined up in
tlic most luxurious Btyle for boarders and
lodgers, Private rooms can be bad for
parlies.
A TABLE   D'HOTE
WILL BE LAID EVERY AFTERNOON
AT    5   O'CLOCK.
Bvefy description nf amusement, including
music, is provided tor ibe guests.
1.mlies aid gentlemen can Iind in the Park
Hotel a c imfortable and luxurious home.
The best of wines and liquors kept on band.
Ladies can have free use of a phaeton lor
town drive.
Boarding by the week at low prices to suit
the   times. oc 5
XJJSIIVERSITY
—or—
WASHINGTON TERRITORY
■•pIIIS INSTITUTION WILL BEOPES ON
1 the 17th inst. Pupils of both sexes received, who will be expected to lurnish tbeir
own rooms, wliicli are provided iu separate
buildings, free of charge.
Tbe   Expense   ot   Boarding   and  Tuition,
wiihout incidentals, will  not exceed $10 per
quarter of 11 weeks, payable in advance.
For further information address
REV. GEO. F. WH1TWORTH,
President.
Seattle, W. T., Sept. 1st, 1800. se 11
NEW    WK.STMIXSTKK
GAME   DEPOT,
YATES   ST.,
Jtexl door to the corner of Government,
opposite Zelncr's Drug Store.
rpH« SUBSCBIBBB HAVING MADK AK-
A rangements to receive from differniu
parties tbe produ e of the Island and country
will be prepared to furnish
Game,
Fish,
Fruits,
Poultry.
Egg3    and    Vegetables,
Each  aud all in their season, at tbe lowest
prices.
JAMES   ALLEl*.
ocl lm
NOUVEAUTES
D'automne et  D'iiiveu.
J. H. TURNER ET CIE.,
Out l'lionneur d'informer leurs
amis et le public quil vieimcnt dc
recevoir un assortitaemt do Nouvo-
autes de Modes dos Meilleures Mais-
ons de Pni'i^.
JtfAISON DE LONDRBS.
Sebtembre, 18GG. se28
HAVANA CIGARS.
LSWIN &  ANTHONY,
TOBACCONISTS.)
47 Yates St., Brick Store
Next to Corner of Government St.,
JUKI TO INFORM THEIR l-UIENDS AND
I) t-e public in general Ihat Ihey will con
slnntly receive by every steamer a good assortment ot (iCIl'llillC : avuiiu < iuiii'M
anil tbe Host III .llliK of TobaCCO,
Imported direct for this market, so that they
are able to compete with any hr use on this
Island, either Wholesale or Retail.
N.  B1—Special   attent.on will  he paid  to
Cnantrv orders.
HB1MAN  LEWIX.     |     LOUIS AXTIIOSY.
oc 2
NOTICE .
ttt PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS
,\ against tbe undersigned are requested to
present them within 30 days from date.
All persons indebted lo tbe undersigned are
requested to settle their accounts within ;io
days e;lhe.r by note or otherwise, or they will
beg ven to my Attorney for collection, as I
intend to leave for Europe
se 16-lm J- W. KEYSER.
FOR     SALE
mffO GROVE.R k BAKER SBWINQ
JL MACHINES, for heavy work; one
Singer's Machine, No. 2, for fine and heavy
work.
All the goods pertaining to the business,
including cotton goods, ticking, pulu, and
oilier goods too numerous loo mention.
The above will be sold for less Ihnn cost
within 30 days.
Terms—Cash or approved Notes.
—ALSO-
The entire stock of Crockery, Hardware,
Furniture, Fancy Goods, ke„ on the same
terms as above.
All goods unsold after 30 days will be sold
at auction.
le 16-lm J. W.   KEYSER.
Oriental Restaurant,
YATES   STREET,
In connection with the Oriental Hotel.
THIS   KSTAHUHHMKNT   IS   OPEN   AT
ALL HOURS OF THE DAY OU NIGHT.
THB    TABLE
Will be furnished with the best the market
affords.
Breakfast,
Dinner,
Supper
At moderato prices,
Oysters  in   every   Style
Private Rooms for small or large parties.
Call and judge for yourselves.        se 30-lra
EEM.OVAL.
DR . POWELL 11 AS REMOVED HIS
Surgery and Residence to the corner of
DOUGLAS AND BROUGHTON STREBTS
(near Fort).
Office Houbs—9 A. M. to  12  M., and  S
P. M. to 10 P. M.
August 23. au 2&
:p:rj::m::e
Yorkshire   Bacon!
Ex Royal Tar,
For sale bj-
FELL & CO.,
se'ii Yates street.
"ROUND THE CORNER"
IS THE XA.ME OF THE
3XTE-W    S .A. 3L, O O 1ST
JUST OPENED IN
Langley   Klreet,   round   tho
corner from Yates street,
In tho building formerly  occupied   by   tha
Saloon of EiiEniiAiuir's IIotsl.
The Saloon has heen tastefully refitted,
and will be supplied witb the
FIRST    QUALITY   OF
Wines  and  Liquors.
The proprietor respectfully invites the public to call "ROUND THE CORNER" end
judge for themselves.
GOVEItNEENT   STREET    EHTBANCB —■> Ull
door to the Telegraph Office,
sc 29        JACOB   HERKIMER.
SAN   FRANCISCO
?
Government   street,
Between Gus Keytar's and W. Wilson's
THK UNDERSIGNED, IN VIEW OF THB
" Rood Times " foHcs said were coming,
hns OPENED the above premises, and intends
to OPEN THE BEST OYSTERS the market
furnishes.   Tbey will be
Roasted
Fried
• Stewed
In or Out of the Shell-
jigs?" Open at all hours.
t, i!3-lm 'I. B. BUBLL (Sfrtniiig   ©Hegntplj.
FRIDAY   i:\ENINO,   OCT.   12, I860.
Tbe Triumphs of 1'opular Rule
Nothing cau be more instructive, and
notl 'tig more gratifying lo Iho believer in
hiiuiitii progress and the unerring justico
of nature, than the contemplation of past
and contemporaneous history. We can
pi'e.-ciit to the uiiileisliinding hut few
tilings moro sublime than tho spectacle of
tbe hamuli mind emerging Irom Ignorance
nnd duiilit into tbo realms of scientific
truth—tbe spectacle of man rising from
the sphere of merely animal instinct to
thut of god'l'ke reason. It is true it has
taken many tbonsund years to bring us
up to our prtseut stundurd, uud we are
still groping, perplexed, in many of nature's labyrinths ; but tbe more recent
advances of the human mii:d lead us lo
hope for a more rapid development ol thut
genius which is it last entering the portals
of the .Makers designs, and turning the
goodness of Providence lo tlie purpose
intended by the Creator—ihe comfort atul
happiness of man.
If tho development of bnmnn nnder-
stun ling is a noble thing iu itself, thut
which most conduces to such development must bo also noble and worthy our
most serious consideration. Happily this
latter proposition can be dealt, wiMi tangibly; we nre not required to go into thc
abstract to prove Ihat this system of rule
is better for human progress than that
system. Tlic recent history of tlie world
shows thut wherever mun enjoys the
greatest political privileges—wherever the
greatest scope is given to the individual
—there the greatest mental development
lakes place. It is astonishing tliat ench
a traih'as this should ha7o been so long
closed against tho European mind, and
that it is only now wheu one by one the
monarchical and aristocratic nations aro
becoming eclipsed by the great
American Republic, tho fact at
last comes ont boldly before them;
and it is rather discreditable that this
fact should be only recognized in Uncapacity to,destroy. So long as tho ingenuity of tho United States was conGned
to the redaction of manual labor, so long
ns it was Bending abroad its triumphs in
the arts and sciences of peace, dissipating
drudgery, and giving lo the laboring
classes positions less derogatory and more
comfortable lhan they had previously
held, tho nation fjpt little credit beyond
that of being " Btnart'' end "cute."
Iv'ow, however, when it sends its Monitors
across the Atlantic, with their guns of
unequalled calibre, astonishing and even
terrifying, if we might judge by the English press, tho monarchies of Europe, the
grandeur of the Republic looms up, and
the old powers are awe-struck. In all
this there is a noble retribution ; it is the
triumph of despised oppressed labor. We
6ee the struggling artisan, the weary mechanic, thc despised inventor, elbowed
out of England—sent across the Atlantic
to obtain that livelihood and thnt recognition of manhood which were denied to
him in the land of bis birth. We see
thc talent and tho industry of these men
lost to the mother country and given to
that power which opens wide its avenues
to emolument nnd position for men in
every capacity. We see tbis great
strength, which the narrow-minded policy
of Gre.it Britain had forced from her
shores, coming back in monsters that
make " monurchs tremble in Iheir capitals.' Nothing in tho history of the world
has ever given snch a blow to hereditary
and exclusive rule as this. > othing has
more completely exposed the danger as
well as injustice of looking upon the great
bulk of the population as machines that
may do very well for the support of the
Government, but mast be kept ont of its
pale and patronge. Nothing shows more
clearly that while the United States has,
through its system of government, been
utilizing all the talent which its popula.,
tion possesses, the English Government
by its aristocratic assumption and cxcla-
siveness has been cheating the nation oat
of nine-tenths of its intellectual power.
What a sad commentary on onr boasted
institutions I While the Government of
tbe United States bas beeu inviting aud
encouraging the artisan from every country—while it has been doing its utmost
to get the greatest amount of usefulness out of every class of the
population, and while it has been putting ont its gigantic arm to grasp the supremacy of the seas, the wise statesmen
of England have been engaged for the
last year iu haggling und quarreling over
Ihe dreadful question   of whether a  few
hundred thousand of tho  unenfranchised
British millions shall be ullowed to vote
— shall be taken from the degradation of
irresponsible waifs and   Diode responsible
men.   The danger to the constitution of
so alarming  a proposition was  too imminent, and the  working  man   was  again
thrust down to his political piggery.   The
mighty coutist  is however over, and the
victors, with the smile  of noble  triumph
ou their brows, proceed   to turn their attention to the defences of thc ua'.ion.    In
doing so  tbey are naturally horrified to
Gnd tbat after the millions spent ou ironclads, armaments,   uud  fortifications, anil
after all the poetic tributes to the "meteor
dag of  England,"  tho  British  fleet  is
dwarfed and  her  rule of the seas has
vanished   like   a  morning    mist.     The
Monitor Miautoiiomah, the result of unfettered American genius, glides into ihe
English harbors, uud the   Ilriiish press as
well U the British statesmen confess that
Knglnnd has now no floating bulwarks—
that   " her home''   is   no   longer  " on
the deep 1''   " How  have   the   mighty
fallen !''    In a few short years the whole
power of the greatest uation is shaken, and
the   organ of its  Government  declares
that " our safety at the present moment is
found   more  in   thc good  will   of   the
American Government than  in any pre
pureduess of our own."     Surely, such a
confession, and the 'ones of general nlurni
throughout tbo English press, will awnket,
tho   nit i-j;i   to   the   conviction   thut  if
England is not to descend rapidly to a
second or third ralapower, she must get rid
at onco ofthe effete nrisloeiaticrulo which
is throttling ihe genius  of   tho country,
and, borrowing a lesson from the Republic
of the United Slates, throw every position open to merit and morit alone.    No
nation can now compete with the American  Republic that docs not take advantage  of   tbe talent of its people, nnd no
nation can utilize this talent by following
thc exclusive internal policy wbich Ureal
Britain is at present carrying out.
New Advertisements
New Advertisements.
[BEMOVAL.
A.  BULER  &   Co.
HAVE   REMOVED   TO
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,
sc 25-lm
tt^
HERMAN  SHULTZ,
—AT—
His Well Known and Old Established
Stund
The Government st. Boot Store,
Has just received  per steamer
A  FINE  ASSORTMENT  OF
Ladies' and   Children's   Shoes,
Which he offers at a very low price.
Receives by each steamer from  England and
San Francisco
BOOTS     «3c    SHOES
or   THI
FINEST   AND  BEST QUALITY,
FRENCH   LEATHER,
—AND—
SHOE     FINDINGS,
At prices to correspond with the times,
oc 12
Notice  to   Contractors.
TENDERS are required tor cleaning out
and repairing the culverts crossing Store,
Government Broad and Douglas streets.
Specifications to be seen at the City Council Chambers, Broad street, between thc
hours ol'  10 a. m. and 4 p. ra.
Tenders must be sent iu before Saturday,
the 20th instan;. at 1 p. m., aud endorsed
" Tenders fur Culverts."
Tbe  Mayor and City Council do not bind
themselves   to   accept   the   lowest   or   any
Tender.
By order of tho Mayor and Council,
WM. I.RIGH.
Town Clerk.
October llth, 18CU.
on 11 til
RED LION HOTEL,
GOVERNMENT BTRBBT.
'I'HE   ABOVE-NAMED   HOTEL   HAVING
J.   been opened by
JOE     EUETT,
He will he  happy lo  meet his  friends  on all
oeensieus, a.l    wi'l furnish them with
tbe best of
Wine?, Liquors, Ale, Porter, &c.
and Cia:ar3.
BOARD AND LODGING PER DAY, $1.
fjST Bagatelle nud Skiit'es.
Call and see the establishment.
Bides and keeps order.
NOTICE.
JOE pre-
oc 10
rpHB PARTNERSHIP HITHERTO SCB-
l sisting between the undersigued Henry
Waller, William Crooks, and Augustus
Couves, as Hotel nnd Sftloon keepers at the
"Grotto," siluato Government street and corner of Trounce Alley, Victoria, is this day
dissolved liv mutual consent, so fur as relates
to me, William ('rooks. The business will in
future be condueteil by the continuing jnirt-
iieis, Henry Waller and Augustus Cnuvi-s,
who will discharge all debts and receive thc
accounts due to the linn.
IIKNRY WALLER,
WM. ('HOOKS,
A. COUVES.
Witness,  Robert Bishop, Solicitor, Victoria,
V. I.
Dated this 10th October, 1800.
REMOVAL.
I)U. BARNARD HAS REMOVED
his Office to Dooglfl street, Bnt
house on tlio right side, couth of
Fort street. Dr. U. is conversant with all
tbe modern Dental improvements, an J uses
none hut the belt materials in his profession.
Teftfa mounted on Gold Plato or the Vul-
canite JJase in tbo neatest uml most artistic
manner.
t'tilnrufnrm   administered  and   Teeth   extracted without p.iin     Advice rendered gratis.
Oflice hours from 0 a. m. to 5 p. m.
Victoria, October 8th, 1806. oc 8-Im
ALICE   BROWN'S
FANCY   TWIST
SMOKING TOBACCO
JUST RECEIVED AT
A.   F.   KEYSER'S,
Together wilh some lino
HAVANA. CIGARS DIRECT.
Also ou hand
Wine Sap, 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.
Call and examine.
oc 5-lm
Mrs.   He in
KEEPS   CONSTANTLY  ON  HAND  THK
latest fashions in
MILLINERY,
 AT—
Prices to  Suit the Times,
GOVERNMENT    STREBT
Between Fort and Bronghton. oc 5
ii
VIRGINIA
11
By Steamship Active.
TOBACCO   &   SBGARS
FOH   THE   MILLION!
F    CAMPBELL,
Hns received  the most celebrated VIRGINIA BRANDS by express from
.New -York City,
Twists, Railroad,  May Flower,
AND TIIE
ADELPHI   COLD   BAR,
Manufactured eipressly for liira,
ATLANTIC AXD PACIFIC CABLE TWIST
and other Tobaccos too nnmerons to
mention.
Meerschaum, Briar Root,
—AND—
ALL KINDS  OF PIPES,
Playing Cards, IWalohcs—wII
varieties.
Havana   Cigars
By the Cargo or Sample.
t&* Office of C. P.  Green's Victoria
and Esquimalt Express.
r. catipbeix,
oc 4 ADELPHI SEQAR STORE.
New Advertisements.
JSTOTIOE,
MARTIN    BROS.,
IMPORTERS  OF
Groceries and Provisions,
FIBXPBOOF BUILDING,
LATKLV OCCUPIED BV L'HOTKLIBB k Co,
•WHAR.F       STREET.
oc C
ill ham bra
BILLIARD SALOON,
consul <;<!VKimir.\T and vui:s srs.
■CnF-STAIKS-
"^ntrance on Yates Street-
or, 3-lm
NOTICE.
FROM AND AFTER THIS DATE I WILL
accept
Bank Bills for Bents
Or for any other payments to be made to me.
11.   E.   SEELYU.
Victoria, V. I., Oct. 3, 18GG. oc 3
CARRIAGE   PAINTING
IN  ALL ITS BRANCHES,
Yates Street,
Between Deluge Engine House
and the International Hotel.
Work   solicited, and   done   on   the mosl
ii-iiMinulili- terms hy
W. M. KEOHAN.
oc 2-lm
Jesse  Cowper,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
BOOTS AND SHOES,
LEATHER,
—AND—
SHOE    FINDINGS,
"STATES    STREET,
OPPOSITE WELLS, FARGO k Co
At the old stand of Webster & Co., it
prepared to supply the wants of tho
public iu his line.
The Latest Stvles
Received hy every arrival from Englnt <?
and San Francisco. oc 2
CHAMPAGNE!
NAPOLEON'S CABINET
BOUOHil.
"lirE   HAVE   APPOINTED  MESSRS.
VV   GRELLEY   k   FITERRE, of Victoria,
SOLE    AGENTS
—FOR—
Vancouver   Island and  British
Columbia.
Of our ahovc-named Wines.
Bouche  Fils & Oo.,
at llarcuil-sur-Ay,
se 19 Champagne, France.
Snorborg & Rueff,
COMMISSION   MERCHANTS,
Importers and Wholesale Dealers in
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS,
Boots and Shoes,
Wharf street, Victoria, V. 1. oc Q
A. & W. WILSON,
House and Ship Plumbers
CASFITTERS,
BELL-HANGERS & TINSMITHS
FORT   STREET.
All orders promptly attended io
se 2
New Advertisemants.
FASHION MUSIC HALL,
ADJOINING WELLS, FARGO * CO'S,
Yates    Htreet.
rpilK   I'IH) I'll I ET OR  TAKBS GBBAt
X   pleasure in announcing tbs arrival of tb*
cclchrali.l
PRIMA DONNA k PIANISTE,
Madam Josephine Berndt,
Who will every evening entertain the visitor*
with selections frum thc most favorite
O F F rt A s,
And the most
POPULAR BALLADS,
In English,  French,   Italian, German,
Hungarian, Spanish, etc., eta, etc ,
Ileing one of the most accomplished
Linguists and Vocalists of the
Day-
In adilition to the talented Madam Berndt
the services ofthe following galaxy of beauty
have been engaged to wait upon customers:
MISS   M1LR0Y,       MTSS   SWEET,
"      DEVRIES, "     WALSH,
MADAM     KENIE
Open every evening at 8] p.m.
ADJVEISSIOU      FREE.
C.     BROOKS,
oc 1 Proprietor.
Chronicle   copy
Ayer's Pills
Are particularly adapted to
dorangementaof tbe digestive
apparatus, aod diseases aria-
lut; from impurity of tba
blood. A largo part of all tbe
complaints that afflict mankind originate In one of theae,
nnd consequently theae Pill*
are found to cure many vad-
 #tJ«s of disease.
Subjoined are tbe statements from aomo eminent physicians, of their effects In their practice.
As a Family Physic.
.from Dr. E W. Corttcright, of New Orleans,
"Yonr Pnxi aro tbo prince of purges. Thoir excellent
qualities suipawH any cathartic wo possess. Tbey aro mild,
but very certain tnd effectual In their action on the bowela,
which makes tlieui invaluable to us in the daily treatment
of disease."
Fon Jaundice \nd all Liver Complaints.
From Dr, Theodore Bell, of Hew York CUt.
"Not only are your Pills admirably adapted to their
purpose ns an aperient, but I find their beneficial effect*
upon the Liter very marked Indeed. Tbey hate io my
practice proved inott effectual for tho cure of bilious esrnt-
plainlt than any one remedy I car. mention. I sincerely
rejoice tlmt wo hnve at length a purgatlva which Is worthy
tbe aunliduuctt of tlic profession und the people."
DysrEPfHA — Indigestion.
From Dr. llenr*/ J, Knox, of St, Louis.
"The Pills you were kind enough to send me hare been
alt used iu my practice, and haveaatisfled me tbat they an*
truly an extraordinary medicine. 80 peculiarly are tbay
adapted to the diseases of the human system, that they seem
to work upon them alouo. I have cufed Rome cases otdyt-
prpria and ind<tirsti>in with thnin, which had resisted tbe
otWt nrntdlftvtt commonly use. Indeed I havo expert-
mun tally found them to be eifectuul in almost all tbo complaints for which yuu recommend them.**
Dysentery — Diaiuiikea — Relax.
From Dr. J. 0. Green, of Chicago,
" Ynur Ptli.p hnve had a long trial in my practice, and I
hold them in esteem nsonn ofthe best aperients J have erer
fouud. Their alterative effect U|wn tlio liver makes them
an excellent remedy, when given in small doses, for Inltour
c'ysentery and dianh&a. Their sugnr-coatiug makes them
very acceptable aud convenient for tbe use of women and
rhiidnru."
Internal OnsTRrcTiox—TYormb—Suppression.
" I find one or two large doses of yonr Pills, taken tt the*
proper time, nre excellent promotives of the natural secretion ivImn wholly or partially suppressed, and ulfio very th
fei ttinl to cleanse tbe itomacfi und expel worms. They are
so much tbe l»'st physic we have that I recommend no other
to my patients."
Conrtipai ion — Costiveness.
• '   From Dr. J. P. Vaughm, Montreal, Canada.
" Too much cannot be said of your Pills for tho enre of
Ottstiveness. It others of our fraternity bare found them
an efficacious m 1 have, ihey should join me In proclaiming
It for tbe benefit of the multitudes who suffer from that
complaint, which, although bad enough In Itself. Is the pro
genitnr of others that aro worse. I believe eostivenest to
originate fn tlie liver, but yourPiLLsaffoct that organ and
cure tiie dJHeasu."
Impurities of the Hlood —Scrofula —Erysipelas — Salt Rheum — Tetter — Tumors
— Rheumatism —Gout — Neuralgia.
From Dr. Eteiirl l/ali, Philadelphia.
"Yen wore right, Doctor, in saying that your PnA&pirrtfy
the Mood. Tbey uo that. 1 hnve used them of late yean In
iny practice, nml ,'igron with your statements of their efficacy.
They stimulate the excrotorles, aud entry off tho Impurltlea
tlmt lUitgnate In tlie blood, engendering disease. They
stlmulato tbo organs of digestion, aud infuse vitality and
vigor into tho system.
- Such remedies as you prepare are a national benefit, and
you deserve great credit for them."
For Headache—Sick Headache— Foul Stomach—Files—Dropsy—Plethora—Paralysis
—Fits —Ac.
From Dr. Edward Boyd, Baltirnore.
"Dear Dr. Ater: I cannot answer you what complaint*
I have run'I with your Pills better than to tay all that tot
ever treat with a purgative medicine. I place great dependence on an effectual cathartic in my daily contest with dls-
ease.and believing ns I do that your Pills afford ui the beet
we haTe, I of course vnlue tbem highly."
t'tf Most of the Pills lu market contain Mercury, which,
although a valuable remedy In skilful hands, Is dangerous
hi a public pill, from the dreadful consequences that fro*
queutly follow Its Incautious uto. These contain no mercery or mineral eubatance whatever.
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
Has long been manufactured by a practical chemist, and
every ounce of It under his own eye, with invariable ace*
racy snd care. It in Bealed nnd protected by law from couih
terfelts, and consequently cau bo relied on as genuine,
without adulteration. It supplies tho surest remedy ths
world has ever known for the cure of all pulmonary com-
plaints; for Couans, Colds, Hoarseness, Asthma, Crodp,
Wbooputo Cocon, Bronchitis, IxciPiEJtT Comcmption, tnd
for the relief of consumptive patients in advanced stages of
tba disease. As time makes these fhcts wider and better
known, this medicine has gradually become the best reliance of the afflicted, from the log cabin of the American
peasant to tho palaces of European kings. Throughout
this entire country, In every state and city, and indeed almost every hamlet It contains, Ciiehrt Pectoral fa known
as the best of all remedies for diseases of tbe throat and
lungs. In many foreign countries it ie extensively used by
their most intelligent physicians. If there Is any dependence on what men of every station certify It hu dono for
them; If we can trust our own senses when mn see the dangerous affections of the lungs yield to It; If we can depend
on the assurance of Intelligent physicians, whose busirieaa
Is to know; in short. If there is any reliance upon any
thing, then is it irrefutably proven that thin medicine doss
cure the class of diseases It Is designed for, beyond any and
all other remedies known to mankind. Nothing bnt Its Intrinsic virtues, and tho unmistakable benefit conferred on
thousands of sufferers, conld originate and maintain the
reputation lt enjoys. While many Inferior remedies hare
been thrust upon tho community, bave failed, and been
discarded, this has gained friends by every trial, conferred
benefits on the afflicted they can never forget, and produce*}
cures too numerous and remarkable to be forgotten.
Prepared by Dr. 1. C. AVER,
PRACTICAL AND ANALYTICAL CHEMIST,
•       LOWELL,  3ULA.SS.
UO) SOLD BT
Moore   &   Co.,    Victoria
AND ALL DRUGGISTS.
TLam ——e .[ .Mil,, ii .11 ,.   ,',ai-
The Dltfcorery  of < hloroforai
w
Our own great dead 1 Wc neglect
even our own great &en 1 There is one
alive now wbom all men lior.or, love ami
bless, but it might rain stars and garters,
snd statues und pensions, iu thu heruld>
riddeu isluud, Wore unytliing worthy oi'
big glorious gift to humanity would lie
conferred on Dr.'Same* Simpson, of Edinburgh. Science, humanity, and solid,
sterling worth, are bo 'curvily treated,
aud learn to be so modest, while lucky
knavery and good courtiershii) glitter
with rewards, that bo will probably not
thank us for bunging his nunio iuto the
light. We shall be even asked by some,
" wbo is Dr. Simpson of Edinburgh f'
We answer that Ur. Simpson is Iho inun
who gave to tho world the grand, the
blessed gift of chloroform. Come villi
us, inquiring public, und a careless star
scattering government man, to tho operating room of a London hospiiul. Do
you know what this room used to bo iu
1847 ? A sceno of agony and keen tor-
lure unspeukable, to which men wero
obliged to apprentice thomselves, with
sickness and fainting fits, ero they could
witness it removed. Dottle wounds are
nothing: pain that comes and goes is nothing ; but lo huve a surgeon's knife
slowly searching in the homo of life—to
have his scalpel parting tlio living tissue
—to feel the saw rasping the bone, and
forceps pinching the nerve, and to be held
down against the agony till gentle nature
took sense and agony away in a sickly
swoon —that was onco the horrible experience of the operating room. Shull wc
make the picture complete with a sketch
of thoso cock-pits where tho stump of tho
man of war's man was plunged into hot
pitch to stop the bleeding, aud when poor
Jack had come to again tho surgeon's
knife was ready to cut nnd shiver him
under his own eyes ? Or shall we speak
of the sight that Liston and Brodio havo
seen a hundred times wben somo unhappy
girl accursed with a cruel disease, hits
been carried white and shaking into the
theatre, and has died in agony under tbe
slash of tho knife 1 Ah I others than
girls grew white, for generation after generation, at tho sight of that awful knife,
so necessary and so cruel I Strong men
borne from the battle, turned silent and
pale, from iis dreadful gleum , brave
hearts chose death rather limn the living
auguish of tho operating table. Yet for
all the years of disease nnd wounds, and
lessons that had afflicted Immunity, there
was no resource in many a hopeless case
bnt the slow agony and uncertain gain.
What did Mr. James Simpson do ?
Why—heaven bless him for his gentle
work—he sat, and schemed, and read,
and labored, experimentalized, nnd euded
by putting himself and bis companion,
Dr. Keith, under the study table with the
futneB of chloroform.
But when their consciousnes returned,
'the terrors of the operating room were
gone.
Science, which gives so slowly, but
with both hands full, when she gives at
all, has honored his humanity with the
dearest aud most precious boou that suffering mortality ever received. A sweet
and sublimo anodyna wns found out,
which steals tho feeling of the frame
away, and leaves tbe patient quiet and
the doctor free. Go to the operating
room now nnd mark the glorious dilfer-
•ence. Tho benign vapor is administered
anp the knife does its work without a
tremor or a spasm ; tbe sufferer wakes up
and asks, 'wheu will it be ?'
The deliverence from pain is the boon
that Simpson conferred on men and
women who suffer from maladies that call
■for tho knife and ligature ; and since God
proclaimed the law that pain aud sorrow,
■misery and trouble should depart by
man's patient works, as by man's faults
they came, there have been but few
nobler gifts bestowed on suffering mortals, feet up yonr statue for a great physician, generous peoplo of France, and
don't ask what wo have done for our
great and good living doctor. You made
him a member of yonr Academy, and sent
bim your Montlunon prize, and King
Oscar of Sweden inade bim Knight of St
Olaf.
We who own him, who speak his language, who were tho first to benefit by
the splendid scientific boon he bestowed
on our hospitals aud sick rooms, and on
the ccuch where motherhood fulfils, in exquisite anguish, the womun's share of the
primal cur6e—we hardly know his name,
and did our best some of us to back his
discoveries with sober theories that pain
was meant for man, and that it was impious to steal the agony from the fainting
mother, or stay the death-sweat on the
forehead ot the weak victim who writhes
under the operating knife. We, compassionate at last towards the deepening
groau of humanity, are only reminded of
him by yon statue which hns been raised
to Jenner ; and when we think of something worth giving him who found out
this divine boon for ns—this fairy gift of
chemistry — we remember thut tbe
courtiers and the swells, nnd the diplomats
fill the list of honors, so that we can
merely give the Scotch Doctor our barren
thanks while we are sound, and our
blessings when tbe surgeons get hold cf
as, and the case of instruments comes ont.
—London Telegraph.
New   Advertisements.
New  Goods
EX   "ROYAL  TAR."
THOS. WILSON & CO,,
Invite attention to Ilieir
{few .Stock ot WINTER
(iOOHS just arrived by
Itoviil Tar from London,
conMNting  of
FLANNELS—Welsh—Twilled Saxony
lJlaiu and Faucy Colors
DITTO — Canton — White   and   Unbleached
BLANKETS—All sizes
BALMORAL SKIRTS
FRENCH MERINOS—In all colors
—ALSO —
Hoyles' Prints, Horrockses' Long Cloths,
Linen and Cotton Ticks, Sheetings,
Quilts, Drugget Squares,[Green Baize,
Hollands, American Leather Cloth,
—AND—
A General Assortment of Goods suitable for
tbe Autumn and Winter.
Tho«.   Wilson &   Co.,
MASONIC BUILDING,
GOVERNMENT   STREET
se 20
EEMOVAL.
W.  HEATH OSS
jjr
BEOS LEAVE TO INFORM HIS
Iricnds nnd tho public that he bas
removed hi!)
Boot and Shoe Store
To Government stueet, two doors from tlic
"Colonist and Chronicle" Office, where bo
will continuo his li.tut Making business.
BOOTS AND SH0E8 MADE TO ORDER
Of the best materials and workmanship. .
N.B.—Repairing done at shortest notice.
so 23
i     LARGE   ASSORTMENT   OF   ROUGH
iV.   and dressed for sale cheap,
J. ROBERTSON STEWART.
Victoria, V. I., 20lh August, 1806. se 22
NOUVEAUTES
D'automne et  D'iiiver.'
J. H. TURNER El1 CIE.,
Ont l'lionneur d'informer leurs
amis et lo public quil viennent do
recevoir un assortment do NouVo-
autos de Modes des Meilloures Mais-
ons do Paris.
MAISON DE LONDRES.
Septcmbre, 1866. se23
H   Turner & Co,
GOVERNMENT street,
VICTORIA, V.I.
LONDON   FIRM,
J. P. Tunstall & Co.
LONDON    HOUSE,
September, 1866.
Wt ■hare received by u Iloyal Tar" aud late Express arrivals a
great part of our Autumn ami Winter Stock. It comprises as usual a
full assortment of Stable anil Funeij Goods.
Linkns, Chitons, Prists, Damasks,
Blankets, Flannels, bo.,
Dkkss Goods, The Nkw J,insi:ys, Sebges, Meuinos,
1'oi'Lines, Plaids, kc.
Shawls—Rich Broche, Wool, Himalayan, kc,
Ladies' and Childuen's Uni>i-;i:ci.otium;,
Mantles, Fobs, Hosiery, EhbboidEBIES, Lace
Goods, kc.
Millinery- Wreaths, Head Dresies, a beautiful selection
of Bonnets in tlie Lamballe, Pamela, and other new
shapes j   Huts in silk, velvet, and straw.
This department is note wider the direction of a First Class French
Milliner, who arrived by last steamer.
The above gauds have been selected by our London partner with great
care, and will lie sold on most famorabie U rme.
se 21
II.   Turner   *Sc   O o.,
Agents for Alexandre's Kid Gloves.
HAVANACIGAB&
LEWIS & ANTHONY,
TOBACCONIST3.1
47 Yates St,, Brick Store
Noxt to Corner of Government St.,
BEG TO INFORM THEIR FRIENDS AND
Hie pnblic in general tbat they will con
stantly receive by every steamer a good assortment! Genuine travana Cigars
and tbe Best Brands of Tobacco,
imported direct for tbis market, so tbat tbey
are able to .ompete with any hrnse on this
Island, either Wholesale or Retail.
N.  B-—Special   attention will be paid to
Country orders.
HEIMAN  LKWIN.     |     LOUIS ANTHONY,
oc 2
A   Triumph    ot    Science
—AND—
THE  LIGUT   OP   TUB   WOULD
DK. MAGGIEL'S
PILLS   & SALVE.
These L'fa-giving r^medi*'* nre now, for tlie flr t
!•■"•*» t V" i I'Udl civ to tli iv r <i. For ovur aijuaitcr
(fa century ol pri. at.- practice thi JngreditHls U theso
Life-Giving puis
n*v» lift.n used with tho Ifmtttt success. Their
tnhuton >• « tony io rrvenl rit«M0, but to mre
Tln'v so rch ou> th* various nsladtti hy which tho
pntlont In Buffering, atM r«'invigoraie* t'-e ailing
tytltm, T tho turod and infirm a iew duios of tlieno
valuable FILLS will prove tu he
VERY FOUNTAIN OF YOUTH,
For In evrrv ca-e they add new life and vlta'lty, and
-entire! the w mi tig di ,rKie, to thoir i Tin tine iiate. To
thfl yo :lf n ti I miidl' kgad they wilt pr«ve mo*t In-
valuitle, a« a ret y, *p«i:i/li* and iter'taif medicino.
i ere fi a dream rotllfoa, thit Ptinoo«do*£ooo fought
for thieo hundled vetM ago, and never fwnd. ho
looked fora f m tain that would reitore the old to
\ igot and niiiku y outh eVer
An Eternal Spring* I
It was left for (his dny find hour to realize tho drentn
and hIiow in onetfJorit/us foot the magic that n.adt
it fair.
TUESE FAMOUS  REMEDIES
Cannot »tiv the flight of years, hut *hpy can force back,
an'', hold ;,]■.■.i, iii-c i -■■■■ '.ni mi M iri iiiph over tbo
ng 'I and the wmn.:. Lot true Instate then, hut
lotto tlm favorable opportunity that Mfatt, When taken
as prvici'ibfd~
For Billious Disorders
Nothing can he mor« p'otiticI ire of core than these
Pills.— Their almost in-gi". [nflaoitoo i* felt at Ooooj
and the   usual  cone mitaiits  of tht-* unit  distro*ain»f
dim-aiu aft n-uiuvud. These reinttlie* are made from
tlie ]>ureii
VEGETABLE COMPOUNDS.
They will not harm the mimt delicate female, and
caibti Kl.i-nwith gnod effect in prescribed ti.sls to
the )ouugeat babe.
For Cutaneous Disorders
And all eru-.lienfl of the .kin, tho S.AI.VR ii most Invaluable. It duel ii t li.-sal i xlemally nlnii", bul polls.
tr ,t.e> Willi the inosl starching elfiXte lo the vory root
ofiheeul.
Mn. Diout PaLirea requests that orders for
teaching, playing and tuning Piaiofortes, and
for instruction in Singing, may be left with
Messrs. Hibben k Carswell, Stationers und
Booksellers, Government street, or at his residence, near the lop of Fort street. *
HE- OT>JEnSTTJSrC3r
—Ot   THIS—
EUREKA CONCERT ROOM
ISDBtt THS ItHIUGEHEYT OF JIBS. OlMni.ES.
fTHIS MOST FAVORITE AND FASniON-
able place of amusement having been
entirely re-decorated will re-open This Evening at 9 o'clock. Mr. Ned Reed, the famous
Banjo Player will be in attendance to amuse
visitors with his mins'rel Songs. At the Bar
tlic best of case Liquors aud Havana Cigars
will be dispensed.
Open «vtry Evening at 9 o'clock, admission
frvi. ee 2t
DR. MAGGIEL'S PILLS
Invariably cure the following Diseases :
Aethma,
Uuwel Complaints.
OOllKlu,
Ooldi,
ChettDi'eaaeflf
CoitlveneKR,
Djjtpemla,'
iiianh -a.
Dropjy.
DoUlftK
Feve
and h$\ •*■
PemalftCnmplalnU,
Ufiadache,
Indication,
Ilifl'ici Zi,
Inflaram tioh,
Inward WoUCOOM,
Lt-er Complaint,
Lowt.e-isof Si'iiite,
Bipnrorm,
Rheumat um,
tialt   i I "-sin,
Scalds,
tfki'.i DiFiases.
**yg" NOTICR.—Vonejjenrino without tbe entWed
trade-fnark nroa&d e*ch pot or hou, signed bv DR. J.
»iA(.(;it-.i,, 43 Fulton street} New kork, to counterfeit
which it fchmy,
ISt Sold by n\\ respectnhle Df'alnra in Medirines
throughout the United S.atea aud Can.ida—at 25 cents
perhor or pot,
A. O. Langley & Co.,
Cow For Sale
A COW (AND CALF SIX WEEKS OLD),
warraok'd perfectly gentle.     Price $55.
Also, a young Steer,
Apply to
sc29 li. NIAS, James Bay.
Dissolution   of Partnership.
NOTICE.
'I HE PARTNERSHIP I1ERETOFOHE EX-
I isting between Thomas Napier Hibben
and James Carswell, under the name or firm
of Hibben k CarBwell, hns been this day dissolved by iiiiiiiinl consent.
The DusinesH will in futuro bo carried on
by Mr. T. N Hibben, who will pay and receive all money duo to or owing by tho lato
firm
Hated this 13th day of September 1800.
THOMAS NAPIER HIBBEN,
JAMKS  CARSWELL.
Witness to tho signature of Thomas Napiei
million,
GlOIIOl!   PEAnKPIfl,
Solicitor, Victoria, V. I.
Witness to tho Signature of James Carswell,
limn h r Bisuor,
Solicitor, Victoria, V. I.
se 13-lm
BRITISH    PERIODICALS.
The London Quarterly Beview (Conservative).
The Edinburgh Review (Whig)
The Vv estminster Review (ftadical)
The North British Review (Free Church)
Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (Tory)
The fo.ir Rftriews re-piibliohed hy Mr>o«rM. Frorr k
Co., ar*> trenerallr coi'Sidtned aa the Great. Reviews,
anu Illarkwoud Itan I mi justly placed in the saino
rank. Whoever dlipenfen wlthrmdin/ ini'dicatloti** of
thiscla"!, whstever may he hiit '/eneral ioforinntfon,
will soon be altoirelhor behind tli" time* in whieh he
liven—and In these timfs a p^rsO'imay soon vet very
fnr behind. They mny ho lead and studied with advantage by the people of thin country, of every creed
and party.
fj- BLACKWOOD fi unumiallv attractive it thh
time to American*, not only fir Its sori I articloi hy
<IMiiii{uiihed writers of flntlun, bat for :he arcnunt of
Ihe late civil w-»r. now heing written hy Qol. Von
Borke, AOeimanolTlenr, chief- if-fitaff to Gen. J. E.B.
otuart, of tho Confederate army.
TERMS   FOR   1866.
For anyone of the Kevlewn $4 per annum
For an; two of the Reviews  7 "
For nny three of the licvicwi 10 '*
For all four of the Review** 12 "
I'.ri lllnckwot'd*! M t •: 7 n- , 4 "
For Blackwood and *mo Revl-w  7 "
Kor Bin-kw*,od and any two of thn Re-
vi-wB 10 "
For Blackwood and three of the Review*..13 "
For Blackwood and the four Hovlewi 16 "
CLUBS.
A dtirnitnt of tmefty percent, will bo a'loWed to clubs
of four or more penoni. ^hn.q, four oopjea of
Blackwood, or of ono i:evlew will he went lo one ad*
drest 'nr 412 80. Four copies of the fuur lteviewa and
Blackwood, for (46, and no ou.
POSTAGE.
When eent by mail, the I'ostagb to fltiy part of the
TJnittd-t tei wi'l be I ut tweutj-lbnr cents a year for
" lackwood," aud but ei^ht cento o year foreaohof
the lteviewa.
Reduced Prices for previous years-
SiibsrriherB may obtain ihe Reprints immediately
preceding 4866, as follows, viz.:
Jllarhoood from September, 18fi4. to December, 1860
inclusive, at tbe rate of f 2 50 a year.
Tlie North British from January, l^f.3, to Perember,
1NJ5, inclusive; tbe Edinburgh nnd the Tris/»iift*f«'lrrm
r\p il. 1864, to D^cemte', 1S65, inehniv*. at.d tbe
Londftn QvarUrly fur the year 1S'.'6, attheratoof $1 A0
a year for each or any i evi-w.
HtSf A few copies yetrrnnln of all the four Reviews
for J863nt H a set, or |1 60 for auy one.
M;0\AUD   SCOTT   tkt   CO.,
Publithcrs, 38 Walker 3trcet. *V. K
I,. S. & CO., also publish tire
PAItMEE'S O-XJIIDE
TKE  ONE  THING   WANTED.
HOLLOWAY'S PILLS,
The Blood.
These fsraonB fiilla are so comi>oied thn
they opernte wholesomely on the slonmch, the
liver, Ihe bowUs, ami other organs; hy correct-'
inK any 4(>r,1"neIoen'* 'n their Inni-tlonir
whereby a stonily supply of pure materials tor
the renewal of the Illooil is lumished, n-nl iv
OOQIta&l iilisiiiictioii of ell'ete products Iti eP
fceled. This perfect circulation thus becomes
the very fountain of health and life, and over-
comes all form of disease whercter its sltua^
tion.
l.i mi ;il niKorilci-N of Ibe Llvei-
antl  Miimurli.
All who ever indulge a' table, either in eating or drinking, should take about ten of thes-
tamouB pillaat bed time, from which will re»
suit u clear head and good stomach thc fi.il w-
ing morning. Thousands of Ladies are always complaining of sick headaches, want o
appetite, want of energy, and want of strength,
to correct nil these evils, three of four ot tbes*
I'ills should be taken twice a week, when tbey
would give the invalid ibe health anil appetite
of a ploughman.
females of all Arcs and Cla««es
Obstructions of any kind, either in yonnflr
or those between forty and fifty—the most critical peiiod of life—may be radically remo'.'?<t
by using thc.-ic Pills according to the printed
directions which accompany each box, Koung
persons with sickly and sallow complexions
may have tho bloom of health restored by thlr
correetive, which puriOcs the blood and expels all gross and impure humors from tbesys-
tem. Beware then of tbo critical age fron
forty to fifty, as it sends many thousands to
[iremature grave,—theso Pills should be take)
it that period of lite two or tbree times *
leek
Want   of Strength and Energy*
Persons of sedentary habits, or those troubled in mind, working in Factories or Coal
Pits, who cannot obtain that amount of fresL
air and exercise which nature requires, suffer
from weakness aud dclility, lowness of spirils
and want of appetite. All sucb should take »
Jose or two of these Pills every three or font
days, as they act gently and effectually on tb»
system and impart vigor and energy to the
body, which is always followed by a geod
appetite, sound and refreshing sleep, and *
high flow of spirits.
For the Cure or Dropsy.
The cfBcncy of Holloway's Pills In Dropsy
is extraordinary. They act with such a peculiar effect upon tho system, that the fluid*
causing this direful complaint, are perceptibl
carried off and prevented from any furthei
ni'ciiiiiiiiuiiuii. The sufferer regains a buoy*
ancy of spirits and rejoices in a completely
renovated coustitution. It is indispensably
necessary tbat the Ointment should be most
effectually rubbed into the complaining parlfl
during the whole course of treatment.
Children and their Allan ntr.
In no country in the world are more children
carried to an early grave than in Great Britain.
Coughs, Measles, Scarlatina, Fevers, and other
diseases nttack the little sufferers, apd death,
but too often, follows at a rapid pace ; yet if
nt tbe first stage ot these complaints, parents
were to have recourse to Holloway's Pills, all
danger would bc avoided . for the stomach
and bowels would ae gently bet effectually
cleansed bT this mild aperient; the depraved
numors corrected ana tne secretions duiy regulated. A perfect cure would ^oon bi effected, and the "ttle patient restored to sobd'*'
health.
By Wrssv Stiotuxk. «f Edinburgh, nnd Ilia la.e 1. P.
Agents for Vancouver Island and British   n"»■>"•», ef y«i<- ■ <.n*«_ avoii. Bojai Octavo, ieoo
I pugei, nnd nuineroii- Eugravlnsr
i    VjUe »7 for the t»o Totam«i—bjr Hall, nil paid,
J8 06. „ M
Columbia.
sc2
Holloway' Pi. r \T* the best known remedy in tk
world fi* the following diseases:
PoMattbe P.stablinhment of Proleiisor H.illoway.MI,
Striuid. (near Temnle Bar.) I, ndon : alR" hy all re*ptct!
illtle Di iiirirl.'iiJ anil Jlealers In Me icines I lirnuffhoul th»
civilized worlil.at tlie lollowini: piicea—Is. 1^., ft. 9d,
In. 6d., 111., 22«., and 3Sk. each box.
tstXts
Artlilllu
Biliiou:* Co mplafnU
nlntehea   ou   thr
skin
Bowel complaints
Colic*
Ceiistipatlon-e'l'the
Howls
Ceiisninl lion
Dehilly
Dropsy
Dyaentr?
Gfyti[ielas
Female lrregular-
Ittoi
Fever of all klndi
Fits
Heat
Head .Arho
lndlgentioa
JnSiimmatlon
.liinildlee
I.iverOomlilalDta
Lum 1 ajj.o
Pita
KheumatlFm
KeLenllOii *t L'ritie
Pernfu^orKiaa a
Evil
*nrc Throata
r'lone and Grave
secondary tiymp.
terns
!'■ Dn'ereux
Teiuora
I'lcera
Venereal      aflea-
liena   •
IVorma    of   a
Kinds
Weakneaa     from
whatever cauae
... There Is a considerable Having by talcing Ilia
stfter eiiwe.
Illrectinnn for the jfuidi nee of patienta In every dluor
der are atllaed lo ench box.
Pxintbd and Published by McChtJiti k C». at
the office, Langley Strsst.

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