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 (SEfrmittjj
VOL. I.
THE
"EVENING TELEGRAPH,"
nnuMun
Everv   Evening at  4   O'clock,
(Saturday und Sunday evenings excepted.)
AI.EO KVKKY
SUNDAY    MORNING !
TERMS OF   HUUKCIUPTIOV i
V«e Annum, in advance, by mail, HO UO
F<n* nix   tu mitti ■     q Ou
I w W-ek, payable lo Carrier,        2')
iiijflt- Ctij'it'.'i, ##       \u
For terras of Advertisement apply at the
Offlce. Langley Street
VICTORIA,
New Advertisement*.
NOTICE .
iit' PBBSON8 HAVING CLAIMS
*"X agaiutt the undersigned arc requested to
present Ilium within 3(1 days from date.
All persons indebted to the underlined art
requested to settle their accounts within 30
days either by note or otherwise, or they will
he given Io my Attorney for collection, as 1
intend to leave for Europe.
sc 1G-Im J. W. KBYSEIt.
FOI*.     SALE
TWO GROVE It A BAKER SEWIN'G
MACHINES, for heavy work; one
.Sinjier'a Machine, No. 2, for line and heavy
work.
All tho goods pertaining to tho business,
including cotton goods, ticking, pulu, and
other goods too numerous loo meution.
The above will be sold for less than cost
within HO days.
Terms—Cash or approved Notes.
—ALSO-
Tho entire stock of Crockery, Hardware,
Furniture, Fancy Goods, ke,, on ilie same
terms as tibovo.
All goods unsold after 30 days will be sold
at auction.
at lG-lm J. W.  KEYSBIt.
U^
HERMAN   SHULTZ,
 AT	
His Well Known unci Old Established
{Stand
Tho Government st. Boot Store,
Has just received  per steamer
A   FINE  ASSORTMENT  OE
Ladies'  and   Children'3   Shoes,
Which he offers at ft Very low price.
Receives by each stenmer from England and
Sau Francisco
BOOTS     Sc    SHOES
OK    TUB
FINEST  AND BEST QUALITY,
FRENCH   LEATHER,
SHOE     FINDINGS,
At prices to correspond with the times,
sc 12
LINCOLN   HOUSE!
Cor. Washington and Front sts,
PORTLAND, OREGON.
]¥. C. MATTHIESSEiY,
Of  the  St.   Nicholas   Hotel,  Vtetoda,
HAVING TAKEN TIIE ABOVE HOUSE,
wishes to announce to the public that he
is now pieparcd to accomodate guests in a
satisfactory tuauner. Nothing will bc left undone, which is in the power of tlio proprietor
to do, to render guests comfortable
Portland, August 24th, 1806. se 14
LIST OF AKRIVALS
At the Mount Ararat Hotel during the months
of Juno, July, and August, 18GG.
June—His Excellency Governor Kennedy, Mr
William A G Young, Mr. Benj W
Pearse.
July—Messrs Jas Wilcox, F Dupray, Jas Reed
Macadam, John Dand, Louis Philpot,
F W Alwood, J R Foni, B S Hatch, Sir
Jas Douglas, D Fraser, E S Whiiting-
lia.ui.
August—H E Seolyo, W E Stronacli, J
Robertson .Stewart, Thos Lett sial-
schmidl, Robt Ilurnnby ; John Nicholson, M M Titus, F W Green, Itt-tij W
Pearse, Acting Surveyor General, It
■ Homfray, II O Tiedemnnn ; James Mc -
Cutchau; Wm Denny. Wra Wilson,
Joseph Hilton. R D and J; Kenneth Mc-
Kenzie, Jr, Wm 15 McKeiizio, David 11
Hlair, Chas Red fern, Chas Kent.
bo 4-ltn
"mxr IVERSIT Y
WASIIINGTONTMKITORY
r I "HIS IHST1TOTION WILL REOPEN ON
1   Iho Kill Inst,   Pupils ol botb lexei ro-
celved, who will ba expected t-j Inrnl
own room*, which are provided  In  leparate
buildings, frss i.i charge.
Tin-  Bxpease  ol  Boarding and Tuition,
wiihin:t Incidentals, wi'l not axci ed I  i0 pi.
quartet of 11 nrei'.. , payable itt advance.
Fur farther Information addn
Kl-iV. QEO. t.  WlliTWollTIi,
President.
Seattle, W. T., Sept. 1st, 18HG. se 11
NOUVEAUTES
DK L'automne ex D'hiveb.
J. II. TURNER ET CIE.,
Out riioiineiii- d'informer lours
amies et lo public quil viennei do
reoovoir nn assortment do Nonve-
suites de Modes des Moilleurs Muis-
oiib do Paris.
MAISON  DE LONDRES.
Septembre, 1866. se23
TIIE GREAT   REMEDY   OV  THB
AGE.
flOLLOWAY'S OINTMENT.
The   effiSI I   tit   tlie   Ointment   »>«    tin-
Sytttiilk.
To tbe vi ry co e and centre of nil diseases
which allect the human body, ibis remarkable
preparation penetrates. H disappears under
ihe friction Of the hands, us salt disappears
when rubbed u,ion meat. Tlie. ungin-ni por-
loi-iiH Ita Iniiling errand rapidly, safely, aad
Without pair.. Simple eruptions, open sores,
hard tumors, tcrululous i!evelu|'ii.i-nis nl all
kinds, abcesses, cancers, o\i\ tvounes. and, in
fact, every tpeci s of inflammation and Suppuration, whether iu tteskin, tbe llesli, the
glands, in- among tbe muscles, can be'.irresteb
in its destrnotlve course, un.l permanently
cure-i without danger by rubbing iu tttia inestimable Ointment.
Had    fcegl,  Hail  llr.-aMts,    Soi-i-a,   una
l'Ie«r>.
In many Hospitals in Europe this celebrated
ti 'ly ia now used for the cure pf old wounds,
sores, and ulcers ; in Spain and Portugal, and
in many puts of Italy, the lirst Physicians re-
regiilarly prescribe its use. It is a Bovcrolgr
remedy for bad breasts and bud legs; anil like*
wise for all skin diseases. It is lo be lound in
tbe ebeat of nearly every sailor, ioldter,ani)
emigrant.
liu]ii-utlent'les   of   Vnutli ;—Soi-t-ft   and.
Ulcer*.
The above clasi nf compl iii is is surely re-
noved by nightly fomenting the parts witt
. inn water, and then by moi t Ifli etually rub
aing in this I lint ment. Persons Buffeting fron.
ihe e direful complaints should lo.>.- not n mo
ment in arresting their progress. It should bi
ur-dersiood that it is not aufflciant merely to
smear tbe Ointment on tbe affeeted parte, bul
it must be well rubbed iu lor sonic couaiderahli
time two or tbree timet a day, tbai '
taken Into the tyste i,v     .     It will romov.
only bidden s ir wouid  us effectually  s,
though it were palpable to tbe eye. ilread nnd
wator poultices, after ibe robbing in ol It
(iiiitini tii, will do great service, Tins is tbi
jnly proper treatment for females in cases e|
cancer in tbo stomach, or I'-m- tbott who sulli'
irom a general bearingdov.n.
Pilot, FlKtuln., SlllrturrK.
Blolii- ie,asalsoswellings, can with certain!;
be radically cured If the Ointment be useo
freely, and Ihe Pills be taken nijlit and morn,
ing at recommended In the printed instrautitons
When treated Inany other way these complaint,
jnly dry ti[> In one place to break out in an-
ither; whereas this Ointment will remove the
nutnor from the system, and leave the patlen
t vigorous und healthy being. It will requih
line, aided by the use of uio Pills, io ensure
asling cure.
IHpthcrln, Hror.chltls, Sole Tliriml*,
Any of tho above class of diseases may he
-iirod by well rubbing the Ointment three
.imes a day upon the skin covering the throat,
chest, and neck ol the patient. Tlie uncucnl
will soon penetruie thc pores and givo Immediate relief. To allay the lever and lessen tha
lanamationj eight or ten Pills should be takes
night and morning. The Ointment will pit,,
duce perspiration, which is so essential for
remo-ing fevers, sore throats, and those oppressions of the chest which arise Irom
Asthma, Bronchitis, and other causes.
llotH tlio Ointment nml  Pills  should
be   u.cit   In  Ihe   I'ollotviliy   . ins;
THII
EVENING TELEGRAPH
GENERAL
Job   Print!ns*
establiuh.heut
Langley Street, Victoria,
The   Printing    Office
Mi .-I Han
TELEGRAPH
Office is replete with every appliance
and variety of Material for the
Execution of
LETTER PRESS   PRINTING
In nil ils brunches, whether
Plain or Ornamental
IPIIC    O&TIl'H   ALUS, at  securing
I     such  Bpeedy  Execution nf orders as is
opnsiste'nt with   correct and   elegant Work.
mensbip.
Orders received l'ur Printing
llooks,
Business Cards,
Pamphlets
Invoices,
Catalogues
Bill Heade,
Si-ntions,
Trade Forms,
lleports
Circulars, (Plain
Rentals,
Coloured,)
i BB -   ,
Hand   BlUt.  (Plain or
Bad I tgt
dim' (Corns)
Klu'titnuliim
Bad Broutl
(Janet ri
: Midi
Untrtt
fl   Iltlltctfl
and
Snt« Applet
BuBlotu
Sti ii Jolnta
- raThroni
Ditf u! Uatohi 1 wt
Kleplnntiaais
Skin dbteaa'
ami Suri'FUn
KIhIhUh
Sinrvy
oao-b&y
Qaal
■in- heidi
■ktegfe-ibot
;iiiii'!n!;ir    S
*-«li-
Iii mor.i
lintft
I'lotrs
3hAbUini
mbago.
A'Giiudi
;iiii|>,'i*d Hands
CiluS
i
Vawi
P.itil nt t e Estuiiii.iiiii.-iii ol   PaortnoR RnttnwA
£U, Slrmt.i. ■!..-.ii   T. !11j■: ■   li... .   Londan :   aI«o tn-a
rtspttctiiliti' DraincUtS LH-1 I'' ii--r> in Meillelnej tlinui^'ii
,»ut il.e ciiili/.nl wurtil.nt the folluwiiw prima   li,.li»d
. nl.   la ml.. 11».,Z1., nn.i :1.1a., i-ntli l'.-l.
*,*   Ttiwre a a oii»njiiieril.;i-.iivii":rbj -.at: in-the larj^ti
bv.
N 11.—liirectiiinH !V-r tlie-.-iinl uti I  t . ,,i,t.  -n   ,,,.,
lifioi-Ji-r in-;iiti\t'il tocacli I'ol.
Law forms ol ever/ Coloured,J
description,
For Prices,   apply   nt tho   Office
Langley street,
General News Agent
J. &tratmaii.
EMPIRE NEWS DEPOT
Cor. Washington & Sansome sif.
r|lRKADVlItTlSKli ie prepiiretl to supply
X with punciutility «ml celerity theannrxed
DqWflpapera and poVlodtoala upon tlie following
terms All orders, to receive immediate attention', must in- accompanied by cash retnittance,
and bsndftd in previous to tlio 4th, 14th, and
-4tb of each month,
London Dally Tlnma $14 00
Tim ricia moo
" lUu«ti:it-dTil!l.^..   ..-    I 00
' <      w,i k! v Timet       " 00
«      bttH'i Lift in London 11 DO
»     Weekly Dlnpatcli ll 00
*' M. N.-wndftl e World  U(M
** raollo Opinion  TOO
* Index (FreeTrade) ll 00
" 111. Bportinf Newa  BOO
M Bpeotator  lioo
•«       Ut-it'w „.  J tOO
«     Brrturday Review 14 CO
Publt" N*u*>n..;. ..12O0
LonduJ HI ii-i rat nl Kewi  .14 00
AtitUM Monthly	
HliieKw.HiirKMniraziue 8 uu
U.i I* r'sKaganiM SOO
Slxpenn; Mngislne ** .t '"'
KnlcktriinckiT JK
fttcifioMMfthlJ •*" B0u
Qodey^Lsdtea Bock...,   800
Musical Host ;(00
Contineittft] Magastto  BOO
Madam \ ■ ■"">;■ ■•!'-    onthly ■"! 00
F. LeeHe'  new Family M-i'.mi.ih- 3 00
Ch hp'ii ■ V E<finbursrh  oBrnal 4 00
Honthly  pfcptre, rtwe a Week fi oo
*' "        Aii Ilia Yi'at-  Unund ;. ,|l
Tluckerar*a GorahUlSliiifksitta HOC
1..   II'.iMI    aatXWitd R lill
.;. A   : U ir B 00
liouiVm Sufn-iy Hagiiine ii i"i
m. JTamn Mamuloe fl 00
Edinburgh Befiew V)t)o
l.on Ioti  Bei lew h	
North BrlttahHeview 10 00
lien 10 00
1 niiil.Mi Art .li'tniial U'i'ii
U ulna \ Bm#Ulng v.i■: 10 M
RED LION HOTEL,
GOVERNMENT STREET,
'Pin:  ABOVE VAMEP   HOTEL  HAVING
J    lui-li dinmid   by
JOE      EDEN,
Hi-will lie   hii.]i-.- to  in.-i-i fad   Wendl  on nil
occasions, un   trill i irniita them with
tbo best ' f
Wine?, Liquorsi Ale, Toiler, &c,
r.nd (ir-irs-
BOABD AND LODGING PBB DAV, $1
j     ■ BiigAtelli M.i'l Skittle*.
lull mnl seo tbo establishment.    JOB pre-
■fdes nt]ii keeps ordef, sc lo
AYER'S
CHERRY
PECTORAL,
FOB THK BAI'lb CUBS Of
HontrftcneflK.
Bbwi a u), M u:- - Ith Deo^ H-'U.
Db.J.O.Atir: I ilonotbeattab to ay
Uio bett romedy I ban everfoond luf
Couglit, [[oarwneM, Influenza, and (be
ounoomitant lymptonuuf a Cold, la your
Omsaf \'i> • -iim.. lis conatanl um In
my precHce and my bniUy tot tlie liwt
tin yean baa ihown it to]
riorvirtuM tot th-» treatmpnl of tban
oompUinti,    EDKN KNIGHT,M.D.
A. H. MOKTLKV, K^...if Kric.i.N.Y., writetl "IIisto
nied yonr Fectobal tnyaolf and in myfltmllyevei since
ymi invniti'-l It, and beUava it tit" I i uteiudne lbrite
porp ■ erer pal out. With t bad cold I ahontd nooei
paj i -.i :itv :. -■ dolla l t'-.-r A botUfl than do Without It, ot
take nny other reuiody.*'
Croup, Whooping Consb, Influenza.
Si'iiiM.KiHis Maa., Feb.7,I860,
BB0TRI8 Avr.n: 1 will cheorfully certliyyour I'k<ti>ral
[a tbe beal remedy we poaeaai for the onre of Wlummng
Cou-jh, Croup, and tbe dicat diacaecs of children. "We of
font Mterulty In Qie Bonth appreciate yoor ekili, aud
ct'Uiiucud yuur niudicinw to mr people.
IllKAM OONKLDf, M.D.
AMOS LEX, ]■>)., Mi'nthukv. iA^writea, 8d Jan.,I860:
'•1 bad a tedlona Influenza, which confined me Indoon
six weokat took many mediclnea without relief; finally
tried yonr Fbotobai by iit^ advice of our clergyman
Tlm iii-; ■ i ' "■ t',' lareneai In my thrnU and
Ini; ■: Inaa tlmn ono lmlf ilie hnttlfl miwkfma eomplotoly
well Your mi tidnea are the cheapest aawell na the heat
v, ■ ('tn boy, and we aateon srou, Doctor, uud yoor rt-uie*
iii, i, aa the poor mait'a ftiend."
Asthinu or Phthisic, and Bronchitis.
IV   ft Ma» HIMia, I'-... Feb, 4. 1858.
Sm: YonrOnaftKt Pmjtorai la pprfbrmlng marvrflona
onrea In tbli section.   It baa relieved several Dura alarm-
iptt in. of conanmptton, aod is now curing a mnn
wbo una labored under an amotion of the liinica for tlie
but fbrty years, IIEXBY L. PAUK8, Murcbont.
A. A. RAMSBT, M.D^ Ataiox, Uosbob Coh Iowa,
writea, Sept, 6, I8601 " Dnring myprncflce ofmanyyeara
1 imi- found nothJns oqnal to jwnr Obbsst I'kctoual fur
giving e !-■- and relloi to conanntptive path nbfj or earing
eiu'li ii" are curable."
We might add volumea of orldeno^ bnt Hie moot eon1
TimUng proof of the vittnea of this remedy is firand iu ita
effbota up in frial.
Consumption.
Probably no one remedy baa evar been known which
cured 10 many and aueh dangerous casaa na this. Soma
no human nil can reach; but even to thoae the Ohbrst
Pj      u affbrda n lief and oomfort
Avtor BotJM, Ni ■■ foKit Citt, Bfareh 6,1868
Dorrou kxt% LowitLi l (bei ii n duty and a pleaanra
11 what your CaiUn Pacrwi it baa if (br
aij - if.   eh •' 1   1 ler tba
• I. ■     .. which no aid
we could p   curogn     bur mnch r< She waa steadily
fniiiiiL*. until Dr. t nity, wbora we bave come
r 1   , ■< la u medicine,   We
! ■ ■ r -I.,  baa n cov
ered n. U| : ..,; .!,i\ .,-.■: I l.i
to be. bul iii ' '       If well.
Soars arltli     it ml*
ORLANDO .-!!■ ■  vviu.r.
OmniMptttet, do not d   . I Atr'i
' ■ It ia inadi 1; 1 ''        ■ t medical
ch -1  in tlie world, and Ita 1 area all an m I oa
i
Ayer's Cathartic Fills,
TTHit -
X   tn\..| thi t 1 ■■ ■
pnrgative vhirb i ft
m ahown th.it theae Pilu i>;*•-. virtnui which anrpaaa in
•zoellance the ordinary a  ■■■ andtl it they win un*
preoedentedl] npontheeal um ofallmen, They areata
ind plaaaant to ttko. Inrf ; ■■ trcrfttl to mire. Their penetrating propertiee stimulate the vital activities of the body)
remofa ii I itruetlona of Ita 01 he bl ■■ -\.
and azpel rtlaonno Theypurgeont the&ul hnmora whl h
breed nnd grow diatem] or .Uh..i--
dored eigana Intotheirnatural s ■tion. mid Imparl bealtliy
bone with strength to the whole qrstem. Nol only de
they enro the every- 1.1;  complain    1 I] - bui
alfn fonuijiiiili' and dangeroua diaeaaea that bave huflh-d
tho best of hamah skill.   While they product powerful
tflbctt,th< yare al ;.. 1 same time, In illttflnlshi 1 J
s:if--r .un! boat \l.-i -'•■■ that con bi
Being aogarooati take; and being
puiviy vegetable, are ti- 0 ft.   Cm 1
have been made whl ' anrpaaa belief were they not rob-
Mantiated by men of mi h
M to ;'-.■! the
ir names to certify to the pnblio tbo rel J .:..:.\-.. while oUi<
em hnve aenl iii" Ion that
myPrepani m oaelyto the relief of my
afflicted, snfToring foUow^mi n.
The Agent bi I a lea led to (hrnlah gratis my
Am' iii'im Alman lilrectiona Ebrthoirueeaud
sertifl «taa of tin ;r cnuaa, of the following complalRts: —
CoativenMs. Bill na Complaints, Rboutnatlam, Dropsy,
Heartburn, li'     ■ - 81 rths h, Nn<
no, Indl I Ii action of the Bowels and Pain
tli refl 'i. Flatulency, L ttt of A|ipotito, all Cli epulis and Qntanet oa Di leases which reqinre nn evacuant
Medicine, Sowtela or Kin ft Evil. Tm J alao; by pmiry-
Ing tho Wood      I ; the system.
be anppooen they ci>uld
Ttttt i- ■■•    , Vnrtia] Riindni w, Neuralgia and
Ni rvon ' ats of the Liver nn-l Kid*
neySfUon iraptefuts Hrhdng fp-ni a
low stati .'■ na.
Do not bo put off by unprincipled deulers with some
other piy they for An t.\s
llua, un.l take nothing *!*•'. No othrtt tbey can give
you compares With this In iis Intrinsic vidua ortuiutjve
powers.   Tiio siik want the inwt nid thriu leJbrthem,
nad tlioy should li.ivi- it.
Prepared hy Dr. j. v. ATER,
Practical and Analytical Chemist, Lowell, Mass.
*•*■   .'J5   OO.   l'LEi.    BOX.      I IVL   lUi.\.t.S   tOK  il.
JSroORB 8c Co., Victoria,
POR     SALE,
Jji
4   GOOD MAH1-: (I\ FOAL), WITH YEAR-
.'V   Hiik colt   by   I11.T   side.    Will work iu
■ingle or diiulilu harness.
Apply ut tliu
Office of the Evening Telegraph?
LAHOLBY STEBBT. set
For Sale Ex Camden,
Hontrttrr, Porker, und Aniro.liira BHIers,
OregM (Idor In bbln. and tttn.
(Inrct In ra^kii, half nSl! nnd (MM,
S.-iutcrnc and California White Wine,
Fienrli  tlcohol III) O.P.,
Em;. (lli|iiot, Jiiinim and Bollcn^er C'liani.
papne,
Anil  in   Store an   awinnriil  of (,'r.iiidy
and l.i<(ii«rr- nuihiiile for the Trade,
SSS- Depot of Havana Cigars.
se C
EUGENE THOMAS,
Yutes street.
Kelief   for   the   Afflicted.
TUB INTRODUCTION OF
I* erry    Davis'
Vegetable Pain Killer
I To tlie Suffering; ITiinmnUy of this Ago
J luis relieved more pftin, and caused moro
real joy tban uny otlior one thing that cun
lie named.
AND ALL DRUGGISTS.
•c-18
Invaluable   Remedy.
Onr Brat Physicians  use it,  nnd  rcconnucn
ils  me;   the   Apothecary finds   it   first
uiiiniiy the medicines culled for, njid
tlie wholesale Druggist considers
it u leading article of his
trade.    All tbe dealers
iu medicine spwlc
alike  in ils I'a-
vnriHiiil its
reputation as a medicine of gn-ut
merit I viriui- is fully and permanently  established, mid  it  is  the greut
ramily Mediciiio   of  the Age-
Evory Volunteer sbonltl havo a bottle,In case
1..1-H attacl - ui' Disease.
Taken internally, cures
Sudden Oolde, Conghs, &o.,
VVeiik Slum loll,
General Debility,
Nursing Sore Month, Canker,
Liver Complaint,
Dyspepsia or LndigeetioD.
Cruiii|i und pain in the Stomucli,
Bowel Complaint,
Painters  Colic,
Asiatic Cholera,
Dlarhaea uud Dysentery.
Tuken externally cures
Felons, Dnils, and OKI Sores,
Severe Burns and Senilis,
Cuts, Bruises and Sprains,
Swelling of tho Joints,
Ringworm and Tetter,
Broken Breasts,
Frosted Feet and Chilblains,
Toothache,
l'ain in the Fuce,
Neuralgia and llliciimntism.
2PATTST   KILLER,
Taken internally, should be ndulterated
wiih milk or water, and sweetened with
sngaf, il desired, or made into, a syrup
with molasses. For n COUGH and
Bronchitis, a few drops on tugnr, eaten,
will bo mote cffectivi than anything else.
Fm- SORE THROAT, gprgle the throai,
with a mixture of Pain Killer and water,
nnd the relief is imuiediute and cure positive.
S&* It should not be forgotten that
the Pain Killer is equally us cood to
take internally ns to use externally.
Knch bottlo is wrapped with ull directions for its use.
Prices i!a cents, 60 cents k $1 per bottle. ibtninQ   ©tkgnipb.
Mti.NHAY EVENING, 00T0BSR R, 186G.
Tlic Error* of ibe I'ast-
In our Snndny's issue, we uMuded to
the increased taxation which Governor
Seymour's ruie will mtuil on the united
colonies. It is not, however, because our
present luxes will be Increased tlmt
wo havo so much reason to dread
rather than desiro the Seymour regime.
if the country wero highly prosperous,
if the mechanic ond tho working man
generally were certain of employment,
if the producers bore a reasonable proportion to the consumers, if people were
coming to tlio colony instead of leuving
it, if indeed the energy and intelligence
of the community were employed in the
production of wculth rather than in thu
dissipation of it, we might be able to look
upon the ciiormouns burdens which tbe
people have got to bear with some degree
of fortitude. But wo are deprived of
nil such consolation. That much hack'
neyed vessel, the ship of state, is nlrsady
sinking, and it is not by diminishing her
floating capacity she cun be suvod.
Thero arc individuals in the community
who know things aro in the plight we
describe, but would rnl'her shut their eyes
uud go down to the depths below-, thnn
i'ucj the dangers, and by facing, subdue
them. Like persons laboring under certain maladies, they prefer to let the disease take its eourso, rather than apply the
sharp and decisive remedy: hoping, with
blind infutnntion, that some special dispensation of Providence will interfere
with the natural laws and make
things right. Tho days of miracles
ure, however, unfortunately for these
people over. The vital spark cannot now
bo revived after it has been quenched—
manna does not now fall to feed people in
the wilderness. Countries like individuals
must depend on their own exertions, and
hope for nothing beyond them. Living on
"Great Expectations'' has rarely sue
ceeded, and although fortune occasionally
bestows her favors on fools, she is of too
unreliable and capricious character lo
depend upon. Theso are all truisms, we
grant ; but in a community like our own,
where fanciful speculation and qronndless
hope are largely in tho ascendancy, we
cannot express them too strongly or too
often. We cannot bring the public mind
too frequently back to the stern realities
before it ; for in no otlier way than by
looking at our difficulties boldly and unflinchingly can we pet out of them. The
greatest enemy to the people is he who
would buoy them up with false bopel
—the greatest benefactor ho who points
out tho malady in order to have it
arrested.
The disease of this colony is, as wc
have frequently shown, a want of productive industry. From 1S58 till theprcseut
time, the policy of Iho Government has
been against tlie development of overy
thing but a sickly commerce that fails
when the first strain is put upon it.
Coupled with this unnatural nnd intensely
foolish state of things, we have had
every illiberal law that a new country
could suffer from. While the Americans
wero holding out tho most extensive political rights, making every person who
became a citizen feel that he was part
nnd parcel of a great aud nourishing nation, we were placing our littlo contemptible barriers in tho way and turning the
name of British subject into a laughing
stock. While they were selling laud for
merely a nominal figure,giving iu fact large
trncts away to actual settlers, Vancouver
Island was being parcelled out to a number of silly and mischievous speculators,
and not until the best portions of the
country had got into these men's hands
was any effort made to induce settlement
Of course the wretched trick failed, and
the speculator was caught in his own
trap. The misfortune was, however, that
the country was injured even worse than
the land-grabber ; for settlement was
brought to a stand-still. Again, while
tho Americans had Homestead laws,
Mechanics' Lieu laws, and other enactments for encouraging the bona fide resident aud industrious artisan, we were
selling out famiiies, and driving them
fiom even the shelter of » roof; we were
allowing our mechanics and others to be
cheated day pfter day by fraudulent contractors, and wero imprisoning men for
debt because they were no; dishonest
enough to run away.' Lastly, and I lie
most galling of nil, while our Americ in
neighbors were  doing   everything   that
wisdom could suggest to build up a
c iiiulry and tiiuke the people happy, and
while tbey were churgiug for their liberal
and i Undent Governnieut, thc emallcst
possible amount per head on the inhabitants, we wero doing everything that
liuina:i ingenuity could devise to harrass
the population, to retard the settlement
of iho country, to place tbe population
under a system of laws that belong! d lo
un age of barbarism, and for these especial benefits were forcing, in the most
obnoxious manner, taxation to tho amount
of over sixty dollars from every civilized man, woman and child. Looking
at tho history ol tiie past eight years, our
wonder is not why the thousands who
came to the colony with the botiaJUt in.,
tention of settling have left tho country,
billerly anathematising the Government
and all connected with it, but why any
people aro still left. Surely if a treatise
should bo written ou tho " Art of Making
a Peoplo Miserable," or, "How to Depopulate a British Colony," it, should
emanate from thoso enlightened men who
have had Vancouver Island in their safe
kerp;ng. Let us, however, for a moment
blot out the past and its folly Intensified,
and sec what aro our prospects under tho
new administration. Lvt us consider, as
we shall do in to-morrow's issue, if the
class of men who aro now to mako and
administer our luws givo evidence of less
selfishness and greater ability than tlieir
predeef ssors.
New Advertisi ment*
NOTICE,
ETARTIN    BROS.,
UIPOBTIB
Groceries and rrovis:on3,
FiUEPUOOF BUILDING,
LATKI.V OCCUPIED BT I. lli)Ti:i.li:UACo,
WHABf      SXttrJiT.
oc 0
New Advertisements.
REMOVAL.
^ DR. BARNARD HAS BBMOVSD
his Olliee to Douglas street, lirst
house on the right side, south of
Fort Street. Dr. 11. is conversant with nil
tlio modern Dentnl Improvements, and uses
noiii: imi the best materials in his profession,
Teeth mounted on Gold Plato or tlic Vol-
eauite Huso iu thc neatest nnd must aitislie
manner.
Chloroform administered and Teeth extracted without pain     Advice rendered grntis.
Olliee hours from 9 a. in. to 5 p. in.
Victoria, October Hlli, 18C0. oc S-lm
Union is accomplished and
Producers Protected.
The country only can be saved by
Patronizing
CAMERON'S  ISLAND   PRODUCE
jyr.A2R,2£i=}T,
No.  18   Fort   street,   opposite   Mrs.   Real's
lioHfding-liouso.
SLVCK WE A HE TO HAVE A TARIFF,
.Island Produce will be in demand nnd to
supply tho increase of orders it hus been
neccssnry to make arrangements with several
more hunters and fishermen ; also Producers
will nlwnys be able to iind a market for their
vegetables and other produce, at reasonable
rates : whilst consumers can bare their demands supplied free of duty. The market
will henceforth be supplied with the finest
Venison, fish and Game of every description.
Ciams and Oysters from the newly discovered "beds at C'heraninus,
Kince preparing the above we learn tlmt a
special Telegram bus arrived from the Home
Government stating that Chinamen pedlars
are to he taxed $30 per head, per month, nnd
knowing it to he a fatal shock to them, the
"Original" will go in mourning fur the Ipacd
of one monthj in respect to their memory.
ON  Y  PARLE  CHINOOK.
oc 7
THE PARK HOTEL
'|'11 IS   WELL   SNOWS   AND    BI3AUTI-
T
fully  situated lin el   Is now Sited up in
the most luxurious stylo   for   boarders   and
lodgers.     1'rivatc rouius   cun   be   hud   for
partial.
A  TAELE   D'HOTE
WILL BE LAID EVEBV AFTERNOON
AT   5   O'CLOCK.
Every description of amusement, including
music, is provided for the guests.
Ladies and gentlemen can find in the Park
Hotel a comfortable and luxurious home.
The best of ivincs and liquors kept on hand.
Luilies can have free use of a phactou for
town drive.
Hoarding by the week at low prices to suit
the  times. oc 5
Mrs.   Hein
KEEPS   CONSTANTLY  ON*   HAND   TIIK
Litest fashions in
ISA III. H. I IDT E IRY,
--AT—
Prices to Suit the Times,
GOVEItX.UEN T    STItKE D
Between Fort nud llrnugliton. 80 5
ft.
**
By Steamship Active.
TOBACCO   &  SEGARS
F 0 It   T II E   MILLION!
P.   CAMPBELL,
Has reeeived  the most  celebrated VIRGINIA. BRANDS by express from
New York City,
Twists, Railroad,  May Flower?
AND  THE
ADELPHI   GOLD   BAR,
Manufactured c.vpressly for him,
ATLANTIC AXD PACIFIC CABLE TWIST
aim otlier Tobaccos too numerous to
tuei tbn.   '
Meerschaum, Briar Root.
—AND—
ALL KINDS  OF PIPES,
Playing Curd*, Matches— -all
varieties.
Havana   Cigars
By the Cargo or Sample.
. B®» Office of C. F.  Green's Victoria
and Fsquimalt Express
F. CIJII'BKI.I,,
oc 4 ADELPHI SKGAR STORE.
Altiambra
BILLIABD SALOON,
COKftER GOVEiiVSEK Mitt VVTI3 STSi
UP-STAIRS.
Entrance on Yates Sheet.
oc 3-lm
NOTICE.
ALICE   BROWN'S
FANCY   TWIST
SMOKING TOBACCO
JUST RECEIVED AT
A.   F.   ItEYSEK.'S,
Together with some fine
HAVANA CIGARS DIRECT.
Also on hand
Wine Sip, Peach, Apricot, Mary's Own,
Light Pressed, Natural Leaf, Buffalo
Tongue, and Atlantic Cable
Tobacco-
JUST RECEIVED  PER BARK RIVAL
A Fine Assortment of
Meerschaum   Pipes.
Call and examine,
'. oe 5-1 in
FROM AND AFTER THIS DATE I WILL
HCCC|>t
Bank "Bills for Rents
Or for nny otlier payments to be made to mc.
II.   K.   SUELYE.
Victoria, V. I., Oct. 3, 18GG. oo 3
Queen Charlotte Coal
MiningCompany (Lim)
Notice  of   Meeting.
AN EXTRAORDINARY QENERAL MEET
ing of Shareholders of this Comjmny w
be   held in   the   olliee of the Company, C
Council Chambers, on THURSDAY, the 1
day of October, inst., at one o'clock p.m.,
the  ]iurpo?o  of electing-  Directors ; as so
doubts have arisen ns to  the legality of
election of the present Board. ^^^_
The Fourth Ordinary Meeting of the Company will be held at thc same hour and pi
on Wednesday the lVlh day of October in-..,
for receiving Quarterly Report and general
business.
Cor. Broad and Trounce sts., 1
Octobers, I860. J
oc 3 J. S. WILLIS, Secretary.
CASRIAGE  PAINTING
IX  ALL ITrf  BRANCHES,
Yates Street,
Between Eeluge Engine House
and the International Hotel.
Work   solicited,  aad   done   on   the mosl
reasonable terms by
W. II. KEOHAN.
oc 2-1 m
New Advertisi ments.
Jesse  Cowper,
■^
Ni w Advertisements.
Whuh'sulu uud Retail Dealer in
SOOTS AND SHOES,
LEATHER,
— AND—
SHOE    FINDINGS,
YATES    STREET,
OPPOSITE WALLS, FAIir.O k &•
At the ohl stand of Webster k Co., it
prepared to Bttpply the wants of tl o
public in his lino.
The Latest Stvles
Received liy every arrival from En^lui t*
and Sun Francisco. oc 2
The "Grotto,"
OPPOSITE THE TELEGRAPH OFFICE.
For a plass of choice liquor go to tho
"0 lotto,"
There " NOtfit BUT the best '' you  will
find is the motto.
Mint Jo laps, Sherry Cobblers—everything
cooling ;
Come yo Unit do thirst, you will find its
no fooling.
oc2
CHAMPAGNE!
NAPOLEON'S CABINET
33 O TX C £1IE2 .
WrI3   HAVE   APPOINTED  MUSSES.
ORKLLKY   k   FITKRItl'l, of Viclorin,
SOLE   AGENTS
Vancouver   Islnnd and   Eritish
Columbia-
Of our above-named Wines.
Bouche  Mis & Co.,
at .Marcuil-sur-Ay,
se 19 Champagne, France,
Suorborg & Eueff,
COMMISSION   MERCHANTS,
Importers and Wholesale Denies in
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS,
I3oots and SShoets,
Wharf street, Victoria, V. 1. oc 2
A. & W. WILSON,
House and Ship Flumber3
CASFITTERS,
BSLL-HKRS & TINSMITHS
FORT   STRKET.
.ill orders i>ronii>lly :H(tiuli<l lo
eo 2
FASHION MUSIC HALL
ADJOINING WELLS, FARGU A CD'S,
Yates    Street.
THE  PROPRIETOR  TAKES OREAT
pleasure in announcing thc arrival of the
celebrated
PRIMA. DONNA & PIANISTE,
Madam Josephine Berndt,
Who will every evening entertain the visitors
witb selections from thc most favorito
O I* E R. A s,
And thc 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 Berndt
the services of the following galaxy of beauty
havo been engaged to wait upon customers:
MISS  MILEOY,       HISS  SWEET.
"     IJEVRIE3, "     WALSH,
MADAM OKENIER.
Open every evening nt 8} p.m.
-A-rnvrissioosr    free.
C.     BROOKS,
001 Proprietor.
Chronicle   copy
HAVAUACIGAB&
LEWIN &  ANTHONY,
TOBACCONISTS.
47 Yates St., Brick Store
Next io Comer of (jovtriimcnt St.,
1  i:<; TO INFORM THBIB KUIENDS AND
I > t i: public in ganaral tbat they will constantly receive bv every tteataet a good fts-
lortmaatol I^ciihIik- iishiiiiu I'lgarK
nod tba It«'st  lEritiMlM of Tobacco,
Imported direct lor this market, so that they
nn- able to :ompata with any hruse on thii
I  land, either Wholesale or Retail.
N.  II-—Bpeioal   attention will bo paid  to
folium- orders.
HKIJIAN  LEWIN.     |     LOUIS ANTHONY,
oc 2
3NTOTIOS.
M ROYAL HOTEL,
Wharf   Street,
HAS REDUCED its PRICKS TO MEET
the times, and clean Comfortable beds
can be obtained forSfi aeaUpemi(btor$l CO
per week.    Board £1 per day.
K. illl.I.,  Proprietress.
N. R —The Hotel ll lire-proof. oc I
A  LARGE  ASSORTMENT  OF  ROUGH
and dreeied for sale cheap,
J. E0BERT80N STEWART.
Victoria, V. I., 2u:h August, 1800. se 21
Ayer's Pills
Are particularly adapted td
derariRcnien ts uf t be dlgeetl vti
(iDparittiifl, Hiid dfeeaftcs arii-
Uig from Impurity of tlm
Wood. A larRO part of all tha
■-■•vi tiling that afilict mankind . ■! i:: i int.- in one of these,
and '■.!.■■..'. j ii-ni iy these Pills
am found to euro many rart-
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ ctW of dfBoiiio.
Subjoined nro tlio Htufcmonts from aomo eminent pbyii*
claim, of tliiir afleoti iu tlittir practice.
As a Family Physic.
From Dr. E. II'. Cartioriyftt, of jVcw Orleans.
"Yuur I'il.l.J aro tlio prince of purpos.   Their excellent
Qttalltlei lurpara my cathartic we poaeu. They are mild,
mil v,TV i -rtuii] and eflbctfial In tlieir action on the bowele,
Which imiki-B tliem iuvitluitlilo to ut In tho dally treatment
Of lliNCilM',"
Fun Jaundice and all Liveii Complaints.
From Dr. Tlimdore Dill, q/- A*«W York City.
"Not only aro ymir Pilli admirably adapted to their
purpuM. ns an aperient, but r find tliolr beneficial effects
Ipcm the Liver tiiy marked Indued. Tbey have in my
practice proved mors sffcutuol for tbo cure of bilious com'
ptaintt tlmn stir one remedy I can mention. I Blncoreiy
njotcethiit we have at l.-n-ili a purgative which U worthy
thu uojjiiduiiCD of Ihe priiftf^loil and tbo poople."
Dysi'rpsia — Indigestion.
From Dr, Itenr\i J. lirtor, of St, Zoni*.
"The Pats jroii wbru hind enough to «ond mo have been
nil iiwd in my prai'lleo, nnd htn-oiMtl'ifted me that they urn
Hull   an   n* Um i.Iiiu.iy   inch'hut.     K.i   f>. imUnrly  nre tilt! J
adapted to the <!nei>. t of the I an \vnletn,tlmt thoynet'ii*
t.i wn'.t; npi'ii thsrfl :il-'ii". I hare eufsH somo cases of dys-
penrfd nnd indieftuiUim with tbem, which bad reslBtod tho
otlier remedial Wfl oomiuonljrflifc Indeed T ban expert-
m> ntiilly (bund iin-ni to bo I'T-'itnal in almost all tho com*
iii uin. wt whleli you rocouuneod them."
Uv.-i;sii:uY — Piaiihwka — Uklax.
From Or. J. O. Crrcn, afCfdcago,
"Your Pius lisvs bad r long trial in my pracllco, and I
li'M tbein 111 i-M, em uonoof the b «t aperients I bavcevoi'
found.   XllBli altemttre efftat upon lha liver makes them
mi e\ci'it*nt r«i ly, whufl irlvmi In nmull dotot, fnr iniimii
■'■ <■ <■ • ■■ t- \arrha , Theirsagarcottlng makes them
very u i table and cuuvoulont tot tbo uao of wuiuou ami
.bilib.-n."
[NTBllNAL OllSTItrCTION—WOKMS— St'PPnEfl«IONi
Ami UN, i*. AMvfi who prt&bt* ni a rhyttctan and Midwtft
in Btktot.
"I iind one or two large rtosoa ofyonr Pitts, taken tit tho
pr |i i iiiiu', bit excrtllent pronotlVfi of tbo satdVsI secro-
tit n whan »ib'iivor psrthtllytdppfencdi nnd alsnvoryefr
I.-, tual ii* rleaiwe tne itomaoh an(J expel wormse Tbey nro
n nut ii Mi in-i pbyrto wo havottint I recommend nootbef
ti nij patlvhl un
CoKSTlPATXOai — Costiveness.
Fn.'H tii: ■/. /'.  \wni:,t,n, Montreal^ Crmatta.
" Too mm h Mnnol be Mid of your Pitu fur the cure of
a/tin If uthors of Ottr linlt'inily have found thool
i-i (•IhcaefniM ne I h.iw, tho) »hi n!d join me In proclaiming
it for lbe !•■ ii'flt nf tlie multitudes who suffer from thai
i plaint i.hn ;■.. .iiMi ki ■ it lini elffiuwli In Itailf, is tlio prcn
ithere that sn worse.   1 believe costircnest to
In Mi" liver, but your I'ills affect that organ and
'.ini ihr dl
[itPtltllTIBI Of T li:  fit.riD — RntOPULA— Ery-
Ml'l J v i — Tkitkr — Tumous
— Itiii.i UATtl   i — lltn i — Ni;ruvi,ou.
From Vt, 1    *M flail, il.ilnd ti.hia,
■ n hi I' ctoi |n enyliin tlmt your Pn.tspurify
i      nnthal    Mini   need them of Into years Is
nn pin i ■ ■ -'I.   • i" »rit'i yonritatsmsntaaftbdrsflloaoys
I   . nnd earry off tbo impurities
< ■■ ■ i ■ I, ■ 0 [Sndsmig dtoMss.   They
rtlmulate (be ormni of dlgsetton, tod infuse vitality and
vigor Into
•■ Mi. li nin.i'i • iii yen prspsn nronuatlonal benefit, and
yt'.tl .Irxt-l Ve !-irnt credit Iff tin III"
Foil l!t:\n vnii' —Sh'k Hr\DvriiE—Foul Stom*
Afll-^l'l l.f--—DlMU'.M— I'j.r.TllOHA—Paiialysis
-hi- ftO.
/.. m Dr, 1 ■•'••rt r.-'p'i, rtaltimore.
■- Di •■   Dl    ■ ■■  ■ ■ i ■   ■ ■ i   ■■ ■■ i j ni if'itif complalnti
1 ban DMfed with yuw  I'm   bottsr tlmn to lay aU Utat tot
..   I plane umat depend*
i olii inal cathartlo In my dally contest with die*
•ase nml bollpflug 'I-* I <!•> Mmt vour I'n.u afford us tho best
ws bavst I ofootUM value tbtn binbly."
Jtu' Bool «r Mi- Pltll iu iiil.'t OOnMt) Mercury, whlcb»
nhlini.li s VSlusblS leiin-dy In fkllliil bands, Is dangerous
•.,, ■ , .      i ■>■ ■ i.lt'ui uoiHSqoeiisskthai tt%*
insntlj Rilton Ita Inoanthrai uao.  These contain uomcrcn*
nl mbstsnoi wlutb ttt*
Ayer's Chen-y Pectoral
tfsi I : boeu mannfhrttinM by a practical chemist, and
ev.-rvoiiii.-■ oi' 1| BbdsrhhioWn eye, w'uh Invariable acCh-
racy in 1 cars, ii Is se i' I and proh ulod by him from conn-
..iii bu relied on as genuine,
without irSnlteratiou. It isppllei tbo rarest rrmedy tho
world has ever known Ibr tbs outs of all pulmonary complaints; for Cuuon*, Couh, HoaiSBXM^ Abtiima, Cboup,
WBoonirfl Ddnon, Dttoncuins, Incifiikt Conulmition, and
for the relief of oomramptlve pnttenti in advanced stagee of
the rtisrasi'. An time mikes these facts wider and better
known, this medicino lias gradually become the best roll*
ami. of tbo afflicted, from the log cabin of tlm American
peassnt to tho palaces of Kuropean kinps.    throughout
tfals entire oountsy, In srsiy stain and city, atad Indeed al-
moat eVt Py hamlet it contains. Oii!:KRr P^ctobalIi known
as tho boot of all remedied ibr dlaeaSM of th6 throat and
lungfl. In many foreign countrli j It is extensively used by
their most intelligent physicians. If thero is auy dependence on what men of every Motion certify it has dnno for
thein; if we can trust our own senses when wo soe the dangerous iitfe.'t i.ms of tb.! longl yield to It; If wc can depend
on tho asHuranco of intelligent physicians, whose business
is to know; In short. If thero Is any reliance npon any
tiling, (ben is it irrefutably proven that this mcdlclno doea
euro the class of disease! it in designed for, beyond any and
nil other remedies known to mankind. Nothing but Its ln-
trinsto vii luef, and the unmistakable benefit conferred on
thousands uf sufferers, could originate aud maintain tbs
reputation it enjoys. While many inferior remedies havo
been thrust upon tho community, havo failed, and been
discarded, this hns gained friends by every trial, conferred
benefits on the nhlictod they can never forget and produced
cures too numerous nnd remarkable to bo forgotten.
Prepared by Dr. J. C. AVER,
PRACTICAL AND ANALYTICAI, CHEMIST,
8       X.O-WZ1X.IJ. MASS.
AJSD SOLD BX
Moore   &   Co.,   Victoria,
AND ALL DRUGGISTS. tf fritting   (Telegraph.
MONDAY EVENING, I'nliKl; B, 1868.
f
COMMERCIAL.
Ml 11-1-1 \ I.   IKTKI.l>l(iKMI.'K.
PORT OT VICTOItlA.  VA.VtiUVKIt   ISLAND
MfNM.
Oat b—Schr tUaa, UUileton, Naanirh
.Schr lii-n ii.inu-y. Boadar. Port Angela*
tt'p Lady Franklin. Pritehurd, San Joan
Sluir Enterprise, Swanson, Port Angelos
Schr Clancy, Itubiinon, Slckiu
.Sip I ouisu, Cutler, Oliemaii.us
Sip Daarfbot, Matotoab, ('omox
Kip Thornton, Warren, .Sun Juan
CLE All I n.
Oct   8—Str   Enterprise,   Swanson,   New
Westminster.
Slp'lccaii Wave, Smith, Fan Juan.
Htr Emily Harris, Praia, Nunnimo.
Suit rem Lima.—It appears from thin
morning's paper tbat ft suit for libel has been
brought against the Chronicle by Mr. C. II.
Voung. The grounds for lbe charge are not
staled, but wc presume nre to be found in the
language ol that paper in regard to tba reeeul
meeting in the theatre. Tho Chronicle tries
hard lo appear ft martyr for loyally, anil
mouths loudly about ils "duly to the country
and the Imperial Government," "Annexation
wolves," "political reprobates," I'trallora'"
etc., — an assumption ol loyally thai lit!
badly on the man who, according to a
correspondent of this paper hag publicly
slated that " he would go lor adntxatiOn al
■once if he thought it wouul succeed "—in oilier
words it it would pay the OhrontoU to advo*
rate it. Tlie simple lact is that tba mendacious and unscrupulous course invariably pursued by our contemporary towards ail i's
political or personal opponents, has again
liiought upon it tbet rrors of the law, Ami no
bogus assumption of ft S| irit it does not feel
will gain lor it any portion of public lyntpa.
tby. Wnen ft newspaper disgraces punlle
journalism by resorting to di-gusiing personalities, because it has not the mental capacity
to conduct nn argument, it Is tune that it
should be taught ft little decency. Eerily
" Ihe wuy of the transgressor is hard."
Wiiai.b Fisniwo.—Mr. Dawson, tlie owner
of the Turpentine works on Hock Bay, has
chartered tho steamer Emily Harris to-day
nnd will proceed tip tho Gulf of Georgia t,,
look after tho whale fishery iu those waters.
Mr. Dawson hns erected n wharf nnd trying
works on Saanich Inlet, expecting the whales
lo enter the Inlet ns usual, but tor some
rcaiou not understood they have not done so,
so ho will now gtj and look them up. Mr.
ilawson has expended considerable money in
his enterprise, and wc Wish him every success.
" Duron Charley."—Inspector Wallh
Btuted this morning that tho above well
known character, who was convicted on
.Saturday of robbing n sailor named Coleman
nt Everett's Hotel, refused restitution of the
money out of tho sum found on his person
When arrested. Tiie magistrate said ns tlie
money did not exactly correspond with that
lost he could not order it lo be refunded. He
sentenced tho prisoner to silt months' hard
labor, and expressed his sorrow tbat be could
not give him more.
Assault.—John Stephens, of the Half-way
House, Saanich road, chaiged Wm. lirjant, a
iiinii who recently worked tor him, witli assaulting him and threatening to thrash bin.
Mr. Oourteney appeared for the prosecutor
mid Mr. Copland for the defence. Bryaol admitted the threatened assault but pleaded
provocation. The magistrate bound him iu
Ilia own recognizances to keep tho peace lor
3 months.
Tub Cash ol" Mas. Carey—We arc glad to
learn that another petition for the pardon of
Maurice Carey Is about to be circulated. Out
of consideration for liis faithful and devoted
wife and suffering family, we hope everybody
Will sigu tho petition, and that the Executive
may see its way towards extending n, pardon
to tho culprit.
Matriciok.—Tlio Chronicle of to-day speaks
of a mother taking tho lives of her children
as "Matricide" I Verity tho schoolmaster
mast bo "abroad," so far as "Lokalitums" is
concerned.
Tub SaasicH OttTBAOI.—Williams, tho
perpetrator of the recent outrage at Saanich,
wns ftgnin remanded for thrco days, this
morning, officer Ferrnl, slating that Mrs.
Freddison was rapidly recovering.
The Mails —Admiral Denman has kindly
consented to allow H.M.S. Scout to carry a
mail to San Francisco on Wednesday; a mail
Will therefore be mado up by Pcstmaster
Wooton, to close on Wednesday at 10 a.m.
Col. Fostsb, V, S. A., with Mrs. Foster
and a lady friend, arrived in this city on
Saturday, hy the Diana, and are staying in
the St. George Hotel. Col. Foster is stationed at Fort Vancouver, on  tho Columbia.
Ol)ii>i>ic  IlsiNc  Hull  ClBb.
Ball  -lay. iin. .
McCi iKir.L (Captain)     Mouia
a    Flayers.
M I     . .li, p ::
h trli  . c A
itiilovich 'J
Donga] 3
Mirks o
Thurn 1
A'!.uu-  1
iiiekeuriii  '.'■
I'uwlis  2
Morrison	
K'-i nan. p .......
Jungerillali	
l-alig	
J   'li ivies	
Solomon	
fiillan  1
Staples -i
Myers  4
Barnett, e 0
Totals
21 :il        Totali  'J7 21
INNINGS.
Clliis.... lat|2d|3d|4tfi|Stb|6tb Till   lb
Dili
1
1st Nine.. I   J   4   i    0    5
2il Nine.. ■>    ;i    0   2    0     !•
C
0
1
ll
1
1
-'-
V Svm-estks, Scorer
Mr. Ki-umii made 2 home turn. Tboro
made 1. Two '-llvo' wen- caught by Nagle
and Dougall.
The text ftant Will be played nail Saturday nt 1:30 between tha Cricket and Bai e Ball
Clubs.
0vtai» 8T4HP Ea«cr«D.—We are glad to
learn tbat Captain Stamp bai been returned
ai Member of Council for tbe district of LU-
looet by a majority, "i 80 bll oppononti rcslga
s contest as hopeless This makos two
Victorlani who have already been returned
fop British Colombia districts, and ts an
earnest tbat tin- im sti Iti <»!' V&neonvit Island
will be looked after iu tbe United Legislature
us will as || possible under tho control of an
Official Oounoll,
Rowisa i'i.i n Piomo.—We understand that
It Is proposed by tbs  Bowing Club tobolda
sorl Of impromptu picnic, up Ihe Arm next
Saturday, wiilli tho view of getting lb'- mem*
■ • iln-r, and ieelng what Ituff they are
mads of. The idea is a good one and will
tend to make tin- public take more Interest in
the club.
Naval—II. M. S. Scout will not Mil till
about noon, Wedne-dny, havinj been detained
on account of a court martial which is to be
held to-morrow on somo sailors belonging to
the Malacca.
Vi'a , Oct. li—Much solicitude
i= expn Ml ii fr••!■: abroad, concerning the
condition nf SefcrStary Seward. It will
be gratifying to bis friends to learn tlmt
bia health is imptc vinir.
Qeneral Din bai formally accepted the
French minion und will lean lor I'aris
towards the   close of llje present ni'intli.
Nkw Yoiik, Oct i;—The I'usis money
article, lays the loan market U easy, but
shows little activity, rates remaining at -1
lo f) per cent fur ull loans, and 0 lo 7 per
cent for discounts.
Ilie shipments of specie today were
$181,438 per City of Paris ; $lo,.iih) per
New York, anil §:!7,<)UO per Snxony.
Total shipments for tbe week, $270,000.
A large amount of old Five twenties
have been bought witb a view ol' puttii'g
up prices.
California.
Sax FtUUCIsco, Oct. 6—Private telegrams quote gold in New tat, yesterday
at 149) uml loaning at i per cent per
day. Willi such a rale of interest at tlie
metropolis of the country all that can be
epared from oilier sources will of cour.-o
seek tlmt market, The demand here il
quite active and likely to continue 80
while there is snch an inquiry for gold
elsewhere. Sterling exchange in New
Vuik yesterday wus dull of sale at lull.
Legal tenders, 70]@71 buying; Tljfl
7 1.', selling.
Arrived — British bark Australian, 7l
d ivs from Sydney witb coal; bark Mary,
19 days from Hcllinghuin Hay with coal.
Bailed—Bark Ethan Snow. Honolulu ;
bark Legal Tender, Puget Sound ; steam-
er Pacific left nt -1 o'clock for Portland,
Moskt FotiNn.—Yesterday, between the
Police office nnd Wbarfstreet, a sum of money
iu gold,—Apply to tho Sui'buintu.idbnt of
Police. *
Gos Stealing.—Necbles and Dib, two
Bkadgett river Indians, charged with stealing
a guu from Buler, were remanded for one day,
ollccr Taylor being to ill to attend.
Slur Outside. —Pilot Pike went outside to
board a fhip seen iu the offing—supposed to
be a lumberman bound for liurrard Inlet.
Thb Activk—This steniner had not arrived
at San Francisco up to the time of going to
presi.
Tin: JTlOSUTSB sailed lor Victoria on
Saturday at 6 p.m., and is therefore now due,
TELEGRAPHIC
Last Night's  Despatches.
[PER ATLANTIC CABLE],
Klll'OltC.
LottDOV,Oct. li —Uy the treaty betwem
Italy und Austria, the former acquires
the   Venetian frontier while   slio assumes
the latter'i debt of thirty-fire millions
florins j a complete amnesty has been in-
corded by Italy to nil political  prisoners.
Consols, SU j ; 5-30 B, 70J.
I.ivKiiiwi., Oct, 6—Breadstnffs dull
and declining ; mixed Wbatero corn, 28
cent*.
London, Oct. ft—Money easier, epoioll
S9J, for money f>-20's, T0|.
(aiisiriii.
Ni.-.'. Y"KK, Oct 5—The Herald's Ottawa, ('. W., special says that Ihe C'ana-
diuu Volunteers have commenced disbanding, and tliat tbe Civil Corps lias been
disbanded.
The Herald's Montreal special says that
the lidlinrd nnteli between Dion (Canadian) and McDaritt, for the ohampiombip
of America ami the Provinces, was won
by Dion nt 12 o'clock ln.it night by 2id
points.
Ottawa, C. W'., Oct.. 5 —Three colonels
of engineers have arrived, it is supposed
with a view of fortifying lbe city.
Easterns
Tho Timet Washington special says
that Louis N. Hogg, of St. LiOulfl, was
lo.dny nppoilitcd Commissioner ol Indian
affairs, iu the place of Colby.
Washington, Oct. ft— Tbo Assistant
Secretary of State, 1'. W. Seward, has
been appointed Secretary of State owing
to the sickness of his rather, who without
waiting to recover fully from bis previous
attack devoted himself too closely for
many hours a day to his olliciul duties.
The appointment of his son, by relieving
him from business, will afford bim a bolter
opportunity to recorer his health.
The following is a statement of tbe
public debt on tho lirst of October, ISMi.
IMit bearing coin interest, live per cent.
bonds, §1,9811,0Id 60; six per cent, bonds
of 1S67 and1388, $188,386 Bl; six per
cout. bonds of 1881, 9388,381 50; lix
percent o-tweuty bondf, |7,98l,8iU B0;
• avy Pension Fund, $117,600 00; total,
$13,100,659 41; debt bearing currency
interest, six per cent bonds, $80,330 0U;
temporary loan, 1385,000 UU; three-
years compound interest notes, $1,055,131
40; three years seven thirty notes, $743,-
960 05; total, $039,301 0J; matured
debt not presented for payment, !J23,:H)2,-
372 14; debt bearing 00 interest, $3,991,-
052 02; fractional COpy,$dT,029,!l73 33;
gold certificates jf deposit, $110,67? 41;
total, $437,'2.")-sV-'UJ 33 ; total debt,
$3,701,560,709 io. Amount in ths
Treasury iu com, SSt;,2di),0li:i 35, cur-
rency, $II,'.)53,0S8 34j total, $U8,31S,-
7ii? a'J; amount of debt less cuoli iu the
Treasury, $3,678,386,941 US. The foregoing is a correct statement of the public
debt, as appears from tlie books and the
Treasurer s returns in the department on
tho first of October, lSGO.
special Notice*.
I: ....,-, u,. tfesirs. Solomon Urn?, have removed to the two-itory brick building on
Government street, i.j.j.i.-itu the St. Nicholas
Hotel. Tbfj have received, ex shin Mohawk,
fiom London, a line aiaortment of men's
cloth ii-rand uuilerchilbiiig, which tbey will
■ell lower tliaii any house in town. Give tbem
a call. *
Mn. DlUBT I'.u.Mi-'.it requests that orders for
teaching, playing nnd tuning Pianofortes, and
fi r iiislriiclii.il in Singing, may   he   left with
Mo    r.-.   Hibben   k   Carswell,  Stationers and
Bookielleri, Governtnenl itreet, or at his residence, near the lop of fori Street. *
Ai.exaniiiik's Qlovbi—Messrs. J. II. Turner
k Co., London House, have received to-day,
by Express from Paris, a full assortment of
Alexandre's famous kid glovei, for which
they are the sole agents iu Vancouver Island
aud Ilritish Columbia. *
I-'iiescu Mii.i.k.eiiv—Tbo millinery department nt London Bouse is now under Ihe man-
agemenl of a lady who arrived by last steamer from Paris.—J. II. Tunxua k Co. *
Now Advertisement*,
IbtLi-invAY's 1'iiLs. —1'UjiIhi.;i iV.A !lu\u 1 ComplnfutB.
— lie-in- nuUaalef are ever present, aud if k-ri mint
tendMl f-r'i-M-ni? tennhute rtinlly. It bIiduLI be
•vvywh ie known tint both eholeraand dlairbcea Se-
in-i ,1 op tbe pretense ef loma unSlgeiied labitiuioeln
the itoiatieta nr bnreli, or ioiir deleteriooi mutter in
thebtoeil, and lliat Holloway'i Pltll can expel either
wiih e«M aad expedition. They eoneentrate tnaanr
prlsln| Sfgreepurifying, alternative, re^nlaibuf and
--ir.-uL-ile'iiii k ..aalliloa, end thui oxL-rt over ever/in.
ternal ran tbe wlioluponirlv controlling inltnnne sn
I t,tsubdulnaexottelre action in thehninan
ir.ii--. Hollowty'l modioloe may be ndvantagiioasly
taken ai a meam nf keeping the blood pore end the
f > il—the only prar.tir.nl.le tilan ol maintaining
health In yoath, manhood, nnd old aire.
A New anii Uautn beocii is Medicine!—
Pr. Uagglel is Ibe foundu of a new Itedical
■yatera, Tbe qnantUarlaus, whose vast internal doaei enfeeble tbe itomach and paralyze
the bowels, must 'rive precedence lo the man
who rsitoroi health and appetite, with from
on.- to two of his extraordinary Pilli, and
cures lbe ttOSI flrolenl --ores witb a box or so
ol bis wonderful and alt healing Salve. These
two great i| Has of tha Doctors nre fnst su-
peneding al) tba itereotyped Dostrnmi of ihe
day. Extraordinary cures by Uaggtel'l I'ills
anl Salve have opened the eves of the public
in the inellicienc)- of the (so called) remedies
of others, and upon winch people have so long
blindly depended,   Maggiel's i'ills are no ot
tho class thai are swallowed by the dozen, and
of which cverv box lull tnken creates an absolute neco-sity for another. Out or two of
Uagglel» Pills "ullicc-1 to place tbe bowels in
perfect order, tone the siomach, create an ap-
petlte, and roiiderthe .-pints light and booy-
mil ! Tliere ll no griping, and no reaction in
the form ol constipation. If tbe liver is nf-
feoted, Its Iheotionsare restored; andII the
nerVoul lyltSlB is feeble, il Is invigorated.
I'h- last quality makes tlic medicines very
deilrable lor the wants of delicate females.
Ulcerous nnd eruptive diseases are literally
extingnished by tr.e dliluftotant power of
' - '- S live, tn fact, it is liure announced
that MOKgtHl'H Iti l»us. l»j«|iP|ill«'
and   [)liirrll<>il    Pilli   cure   where   all
oili.-r. i ill. While for B irni, Bc dds, Chil
blains, Cuis and all abrasions of the skin
IHiipnii'l's salve is Infallible.   Sold by
J. M ii i.. 11 Pine -ine', Nuiv York, and all
Drnggtil-, a' -'i eis par box.
W.   II EAT HO EN
BBOH I.IIAVi; TH i.VFHUM HIS
Irteadi and the public tbat he bai
removed big
Boot and Shoe Store
To Gnrr.nsMKsr BTasST, two il .ors from the
"Colonist and Chronicle" OtBJej wbi
will continue his Boot Making business.
BOOTS AND SHOES MADE TO 0SDER
Of the best materials and workmanship.
N.li.—Repairing douc at shortest notice.
se 13
NEW  BUTCHER   SHOP.
Wm. B. Townsend
B
EUS Ti)  INFORM Tin; PUBLIC Tll.'.T
SATURDAY   NEXT
lie will re-open the
E n r p k a,    I>1 n r ket,
HiiVKUYMKN'T   STBBBT,
Adjoining  tbo  Masoxii;   liuii.niso,
Where he hope?,   by keeping  a  good art:ele
and  by  strict attention  to business, to
merit a share of tbe public patronage,
se HU-lui
LINCOLN   HOUSE!
Cta. V/ashington ami Trent sts,
PORTLAND, Oltl-iCiiN.
IV. V. iTIAl'TSSIESSKV,
Of  tlie   St.   Nicholas   Hotel,   Victoria,
HAVING TAKEN TIIK ABOVE HOUSB,
wishes *o announce to tl.e public that Iris now pieparod to accomodate guests in a
latllfactory manner. .Noihin^ will be left ttn-
dieie, which is in tbe power of the proprietor
to do, to render guests comfortable.
Portland, August 24th, I860 se H
BANK   OF   BRITISH   COLUHtBJA.
f.oM'ox, :ij August, 1888,
IJlBOM ANH .M'll'.i: UTB BBPTBMBBB,
. 1888, Mb. I'avii. Maiisii u.i. I.ami will
eaase to ba Manager of tbis Bank in these
Colonies, an l M t, Wu, Cobtis Wahh is
authorised to perform the duties of Prlnotpnl
i nli. er of the Hank in these Colonies, signing
all document! as Acting Manager.
By order of the Court of Directors,
JAS. n. VTALKBR,
Inspector.
se ^I'-Im
OLYMPIA OYSTERS
IN   EVERY  STYLE  AT
A.   W.   PIPERS,
AXD   I m:
Best Welsh lliirebits
ON    THE    ISLAND.
H 19
0^.
aff^-raXjfAfa.
HERMAN  SHULTZ,
—AT--
His Well Known and Old Bstabllllibd
Btabd
The Government st. Boot Store,
Has just received per steamer
A  FINK  ASSORTMENT  OP
Ladies' and   Children's   Shoes,
Which hs offers at a very low price.
Receives by each steamer from  England and
.San  Francisco
BOOTS     eSc    SHOES
OR   TIlS
tlXESt   AND BI5ST QUALITV,
FRENCH   LEATHER,
SHOE     FINDIft GS,
At prices to correspond with the times.
se \2
Ni-w Advertisement!.
.\K\V    Wi:.Vl.\ll.\STKR
GAME   DEPOT,
YATES   ST.,
Nc.-t iloor to the corner of Oovcrntnent,
opposite SMaar'l i'mg Store.
'I'i'i: BtfBSCBIBBB iIavimj mauk Alt-
1 r iii/.-ui-iits lo ree-ive front dill'erent
parties tbe prods I of Ihe l-lan-i an'd country
Will be prepared to lurui'h
Game,
Fish,
Fniitsi
Poultry,
Eggs    and    Vegetables,
Each and ail in  their season, at the loweil
prices.
JA.MKS   ALIA*.
ocl lm
NOTICE .
ILL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS
,\ against tho undersigned are requested to
present tbem within .in days from date.
All persons indebted to lbe undersigned arc
requested to settle their accounts within 30
days either by note or otherwise, or they will
bl ;; ven to my Attorney for collection, as I
intend to leave for Europe.
se ir, lm J. W. KKYSEH.
FOIR,     SALE
m w o (i ii ' i v E n i baker SRWI.vg
I MAOHINBS, for heavy work; one
Singer's .Machine, No. 2, for lino aud heavy
work.
All the poods pertaining to Ihe business,
Including cotton goods, ticking, pulu, and
.,;lm goods too numerous too mention.
The above will be solJ for less than cost
wiliiin .'in days.
Terms—Cash or approved Notes.
—ALSO-
The entire slock of Crockery, Hardware,
Purullurc, fancy (ico.ds, ke,, on the same
terms as above.
All goods unsold after 30 days will be sold
at auction.
H   16-lm J. AV.   KEVSER.
W AS1I1IV G TON TERRITO It Y
Oriental Restaurant,
YATKS   BTEEBT,
In connection with the Oriental Itotel.
TlH5i   BSTABLI8ftMB!tT   IS  (IPBM AT
ALL HOUBS OF THE DAV OB NIGHT.
THE    TABLE
Witt be Tarnished with the best thc market
affords.
Breakfast,
Dinner,
Supper
AC moderate prices.
Oysters   in   every   Style*
Private Kooms for rmnll or large pnfties.
Call and judge for yourselves.       se 30-lirt
BEMOVAL.
DP..  POWELL  HAS REMOVED fltt
Surgery and Residence to the corner of
DOCGLA8 AND  BROUGHTON  STREETS
(near Tort).
OrrtCS Hocus—9 A. M. to 12 M., nnd 8
p. M. to in P. Hi
August 23. au 26
Yorkshire   Bacon!
Ex Royal Tar,
For sale by
FELL k CO.,
se2G Yates rtrect.
"ROUND THE CORNER"
IS THE NAME OF Til El
3STE-W    SATsOOKT
JL'ST OPENED IS
Langley   Street,   round the
corner from Yates street,
In  the building formerly occupied   by   the
Saloon.of BBSBB/LBDT'S UOTUi
Tho Saloon has been taslefully refitted|
and will be supplied with tho
FIRST    QUALITY   OF
Wines   and  Liquors.
The proprietor fespectfulty Invites the public to call "HOUND THE" COKNER" and
judge for themselves.
QOVBBKIEH1 STIIEET    BNIBANU — NEXT
door to tho Telegraph UDfice.
so 2D JACOB   HEIIKIMER.
rpHtS INSTITUTION WILL REOPEN ON
1 the lTib inst. Pupils ot both sc.vcs received, Who will be expected to tarnish their
own looms, irliich are provided In separate
buildings, fn--.- of charge.
The   Expense   ot   Boarding   and  Tuition.
without incidentals, will  not  exceed $50 per
quarter of 11 weeks, payable id advance.
For further Information address
REV. GEO. F.  WH1TWORTH,
President.
Seattle, \\\ T., Sept. 1st. 1866. te 11
NOTICE
A.  BULER  &  Co.
BUY AXD SELL LADIES' AND GENT'S
cast-off clothing.
Clothes cleaned and repaired at the shortest
notice.
GOVERNMENT   STREET,
Nearly opposite tho St. Nicholas Hotel,
se 35-lm
SAN   FRANCISCO
OYSTER  SALQON !
Government   street,
Between (Jus Keyser's and W. Wilsou's
THE OKDERSIGNED, IH VIKW OF TUB
"Oood Times " folks said wero coming,
bus OPENED the above premises,and intends
to OPES THE BEST OYSTERS tho markefc
furnishes.   Tbey will be
Roasted
!•' r i e «l
Stewed
In or Out of Ihe Shell-
•h-Sf Open at all hours.
it~'2Z-\m ■'- B. BUELL, MiNtclliineosiH.
As Amkhican Lady re Pap.is.—One
of the mewl d >t ii flushed Ann tu-.m ladies
reiidiAg in Vans is Mrs. Lorriliara
Koualds, n f»w yours   siOM   tlio   famous
Ronton belle, .Miss Fanny Garter, wbo
married ■ young millionaire ofKaw York
- be created a great sensation in Newport
liy her paiety uml bounty ; nnd her driving l.hu-k ponies four in hand, with it
gioiiii following mounted on n filth,
nauKcd lier to ba set down ns a fart lady.
In New York she was equally prominent
for fashion uml brilliant parties, but bar
great distinction was for her musical m:
toiiiplisliments. In I'aris her singing
caused a sensution only equalled liy the
homage paid to great nriists at the Sun
Carlos or La .Seulu. She is pronounced
'tho I'atti of the Salons,' aud is said lo
lie the best lady amateur singer In
Europe. The Kmpress und several nl
the highest among the nobles hare paid
devoted attention to this beautiful songs
tress, and regrets have been expressed
that to glorious a voice should not bc used
for tho public. In 6kuting she is pre eminent, as all the winter folcs on the ice
bave testified. Bbs is now in deep mourning for bor sister, Miss Josephine Curler,
who died in March, almost immediately
ufter liuving appeared ut a grand fete
given by the .Minister of .Murine, ill which
there wus a procession of Indies representing tho principal nations of the globe.
Miss Carter was 'America, and appeared
reclining on a palanquin under ptilm trees,
bontc by Indians and sailors. Iler dress
was of white tulle, over silver, decked
wilh medullions in colored satin, representing tlio different Southern Republics ,
the United Slates flag between her shoulders, and tho American birds of varied
plumage perched on her shoulder, and
nestling in tho golden fringe of her robe.
All Puris wus delighted with this fete.
In leos than a month two of thoso bright
and blooming girls who had laken part in
it were home io the torn!).
How Baron Rothschild A-vbbted
the Lety oh Fhanki-oiit—Tbe Generals of William I. seem to be quite us
cool iu their way of doing things ns were
the Napoleonic worthies ubovo mentioned.
Gen. Falkeustein ordered the Frankfcrters
to fork over sU millions of florins—which
they forked over without a murmur— to
Bay nothing of providing for a horde of
hungry Prussians, and furnishing each
Prussian soldier with eight cigars per
idiem. Next came Gen. Muntouffel, who
summoned the town to pay a farther levy
of 25,000,000 ot florins—which they
very sensibly und flatiy refused to do, telling Munteuffel to pillage and burn the
pluce if he liked, which he hadu't the
pluck to do. This refusal to pay was
due to the energy of Huron Rothschild,
who told Manteuffel to plunder Frankfort
if he dured, in which case he, Baron
Rothschild, would underiake to crush the
banks and bankers of Prussia—and he
would havo done it. Jlanteuffcl has been
removed by the King, but before he left
Frunkfort—so the story goes—he dined
with Baron Rothschild, whoso table is
famous the world over. Tho Prussian
General is a bmi vivant, and, aware of
this trait in his cliarncter, the crafty Union thought to touch his heart by appealing to his stomach. Special instructions
were accordingly given to the cook, who,
on this occasion, quito surpassed himself.
The General ate and ate, lill his host fell
convinced ho must be perfectly satisfied.
After dinner, the warrior, delighted with
the marvels of cookery ho had swallowed,
requested that the chefde cuisine who had
invented so rniiny good things, might bo
summoned to his orcsence. The Buron
immediately ordernd up the Cammc thus
flatteringly favored, whereupon the amiable Mantenffel exclaimed :—" Cook, you
are a genuine artist, nnd from this day
forward I take you into my owu service!'
Why are railroad accidents like irregular suppers ? Because they are casual
teas.
Ailvil'tlSrllK Ills.
FACTS vs- THEORIES.
New  Goods
EX   "ROYAL  TAR.'
THOS, WILSON & CO.,
Invito attention to Iheir
{few stock of wi.\ti<:k
tlOODS jn.it arrived by
ICoytil Tar irom London,
consisting  or
FLANNELS—Welsh—Twilled Saxony
Plain and Fancy Colors
DITTO — Canton — White   and   Unbleached
BLANKETS—All «l«i
BALMORAL SKIRTS
FRENCH MERINOS—In all colors
Hoylcs' Prints, HorrocksjS' Long Cloths,
Linen and Cotton Ticks, Sheetings,
Quilts, Drugget Squares, Green Baizei
Hollands, American Leather Cloth,
—AND—
A General Assortment of Goods suitable for
the Aulumu anil Winter.
Tho?.  Wilson &  Co.,
MASONIC BUILDING,
uovi:u.\!Mi;\T  street
se 20
NEW BUTCHER  SHOP.
Wm. B. Townsend
TYEOS TO  INFORM THE PUBLIC THAT
SATURDAY   NEXT
JXo will re-open tho
Eureka.    WL arkot,
GOVERNMENT   .STREET,
Adjoining the Masonic  Bcildino,
Where he hopes,  by keeping ft good article
and  by  strict attention   to business, to
merit a share of the public patronage,
60 211-lni
An Appeal  to   the Citizens of
Victoria, V-1.
'I'HE CONGREGATION EMANU-EL' OF
i. Victoria, V. I., iu meeting assembled, this
dav, Saturday, Sept. 22il, 1886,
Resolved, That (lie aid of our Fellow Citi-
sensofall Denominations he solicited through
the following authorized nnd duly appointed
Committee. Aud that such Committee endeavor, by every means in their power, to
raise funds wherohy part of the deht or mortgage on the Isn.elitish Synagogue may lio
cancelled. Knowing thc liheral views and
generosity of the citizens of Victoria, the congregation has not tho slightest doubt (making
due allowance for the dullness of the season)
thai their appeal will meet with that response
which the exigency of the case requires.
A. JACOU.S, President.
L. ANTHONY, Secretary.
H. M. COHEN,
LEWIS LEWIS,
I). SIIIIll'SEI!,
J. W. KI-IVSEIt,
sell Committee on Subscription.
LUMBER
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF ROUGH
l\.   and dressed for sale cheap,
J. ROIIEKTSON STEWART.
Victoria, V. I„ 20th August, 180U. so 22
ilFtlEIMIOV.A.l.,.
" Giro mo ft place to rest my lever on,"
Bays Archimedes, "and I will move the
world." " Give mo pure and unadulterated
drugs," says Medicus, of the olden time,
" and I will cure disease."
In one sense, both of these learned pundits
were the veriest charlatans. They knew there
was no place to rest their lever on, either to
move the world or cine disease. Mechanism
was in a backward state, aud the medical profession wns but another name for sorcery,
and all the adjuncts of magic filters und
charms of the n evil eye," &e.
But these latter days have borne unto us
something more than even superstition find
its crew ever dreamt of iu tbeir maddest philosophy. Jn thefie days of practical science,
what was theory uf yesterday is fact to-ilnv,
and all tho old time notions become as hubbies
in the sun, and burst and break with every
breath wc draw.
Let Archimedes shoulder his lever and we
will find a resting place for it to move the
world. Let mine ancient Medicus pant and
toil no moro for the drugs he so sorely needs,
for we have them nt our hand, ever ready to
serve tbem at his beck.
Refined in the laboratory of Dr. Kagftlet,
tbe finest materials known in the medical profession are obtainable by nny one. His
Billious, Dyspeptic, and Diarrhoea Piils stand
unrivalled, aud his Salve operates with magical effect upon burns, scolds, and all sores and
■ leers of the skin.
In fact, we think Magoiul's Pills and Salve
nre the wonder of this century, and wo are
nappy in the thought that many others of our
brethren of tbe crnlt agree with us. We would
earnestly counsel that all families provide
themselves with Dr. Maggiel's Prcpaiaiions at
once, and keep them ready at baud, so as to
nse them at the most opportune time and as
ojcacioi serves.— Valley Sentinel.
J. II   Turner & Co.
GOVERNMENT STREET,
VICTORIA, V.I.
LONDON   FIRM,
J. P. Tunstall & Co-
LONDON    HOUSE,
September, 1SC0.
Wr h.ire reeeircil by " I'mtjnl Tar" and kite Express arrivals a
great part of our Autumn and Winter Stock. It comprisis as usual a
full assortment of Staple, und Fancy Goods.
Linkns, Cottons, Prints, Damasks,
Bi.ankkts, Flannels, bo.,
Dress GOODS, Tiik Nkw Lis.skys, SbBOES, Merinos,
I'oplines, Plaids, kc.
.Shawls—Rich Brocbe, Wool, Himalayan, kc,
Ladies' and Children's (Jndeeclothdio,
Mantles, Purs, Hosiery, Embroideries, Lace
Goods, &c.
Millinery —Wreaths, Head Dresses, a beautiful selection
of Bonnets in the Laraball/8, Pamela, and other new-
shapes;   Hats in silk, velvet, and straw.
This department is now undo,- the direction 'fa First Class French
Milliner, who arrived by last steamer.
The above goods have been tdected by our London partner wilh greut
care, and will be sold on most favorable terms.
so 21
I-I.   Turner   *Hc   do.,
Agents for Alexandre's Kid Gloves.
A   Triumph   of    Science
—AXD—
THE  LIGHT   OF   TIIE   WOULD
DR. MAGGIEL'S
PILLS   & SALVE.
These I/to-tflving remedies nr* now, for tli« fir t
time, |f re" puhlciy to iu ■ w r d. For over aqnatter
of a century of private practice thu iugrcdiu* is in theso
Life-Giving puis
\Jnv* bor-a used with tho greatest snocest. Their
iiii-niiu ia ii tony '" iT-veiit , ls»air. but to cure
They se rch «-j' tha various tnal idles by .ihicb the
patient is Buffering, and re.invigorates t'ie ailini?
tynttm, T thtl H','ed and infirm u lew dosus of the ho
valuable PILLS v. ill | rove to bu
A VERY FOUNTAIN OF YOUTH,
For in even- ciimj they add new life mid vita'lty, and
'entire the w Ultnf energies to their pristine state. To
the yo «)? a n I mi.die Kggd they will pr^ve mo* I In-
vain ,l'le, a* a ret y, specific And Sterling tnediciijii.
l ere if a dream realized, tint P<mee-de*Leon sought
for three hundred years ago, and never f itnd. He
lookt d for a f untnin tliat would restore the old to
vigor aud make t'outli ever
An Eternal Hpringf J
It was left fnr (hi* <hy nnd hour to realize tho dream,
and show in oue glorious fact the magic that made
il fair.
THESE FAMOUS  REMEDIES
Cannot attv the flight of years, hut they can force back,
an-' hold wloof, diseases, hat int t.t In unph over tin1
ag d and the youin?. Let icne Imitate then, hut
tee the tV-'inible o,.
as preecribed-
,.puituiiity thatulfcn*. When taken
¥-.  HEATHOBN
BEGS LEAVE TO INFORM HIS
friends and tho public that he has
removed his
Boot and Shoe Store
To Government street, two doors from tho
"Colonist anil Chronicle" Ollk-o, where ho
will continue his Boot Jinking business.
BOOTS AND SHOES MADE TO ORDER
Of the best materials and workmanship.
N.I3.—Repairing doue at shoitcst notice.
R E-OPEWIN'O
EUREKA CONCERT ROOM
BXOER THE HHMBEIIEXT OF MttS. QIMRI.ES.
nPI-IIS MOST FAVORITE AND FASIIION-
ablo place of amusement having been
entirely re-decorated will re-open This Evening nt ll o'clock. Mr. Ned Rceil, the famous
Banjo Player will be in attendance to amnso
visitors with his minstrel Songs. At the Bar
iho best of case Liquors and Havana Cigars
will be dispensed.
Open every Bveuing at 9 o'clock, admission
free. sc 24
Cow Por Sale
A   COW (AND CALF SIX WEEKS OLD),
J\ warranted perfectly gentle.     Price j>!>5.
Also, a young .^teer.
Apply to
sc20
U. NIAS, James Bay.
Dissolution   of Partnership.
NOTICE.
'I'HE PARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE EX-
I luting between Thomas Napier Hibben
and James Carswell, under the name or firm
of Hibben k Carswell, has beeu Ibis day dissolved by mutual consent.
The ouslneis will iu futuro be carried on
by Mr. T. N. Hibben, who will pay and receive all money duo  to  or owing by the late
firm
Dated this 13th day of September 1800.
THOMAS NAPIER HIBBEN,
JAMES  CAKSWELL.
Witness  to  tho  signature of Thomas Napier
Hibben,
Gkoroe Peakkeh,
Solicitor, Victoria, V. I.
Witness to the Signature of James Carswell,
RoiiKitT Bishop,
Solicitor, Victoria, V. I.
se 13-lm
BEITISH    PERIODICALS.
The London Quarterly Review (Conservative).
The Edinburgh Review (Whig)
The Westminster Review (Radioal)
The North British Review (Free Church)
Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (Tory)
For Billious Disorders
Nothing can l.o mortf produottee of cure than tlicso
I'ills.—rli"ir almost in igir. Influence Is felt at o.cu;
nml th.i usual cone iiilhuits of till, tin st diatrcasiof.'
disease fti-o removed. Tlit-se rtuuilict are made from
the I'urest
VEGETABLE COlirOUNDS.
Th'*y will not harm Ilu: ..-..t dulicnto fcinnlp, and
nn i ba iii >-n with good effect iu iiriucribud dosua tu
the yuiuigp.it b.ibo.
For Cutaneous Disorders
Andall eru'tioiiRof tbt Rklnt the SAI.VK li  niowt in-
Vulimble,   It does n t heal  > xtemully lUoPPf but ptdtt*
tntcawi'h the moil s nr. I.ni,; rilVcii tu lltn   very unit
of itin evil.
DR. MAGGIEL'S PILLS
Invariably cure tho following Diseases :
Asthma,
Howe] Complaints,
Ooogtai
Uold«,
Ohett Dfrflatn,
Coatjvcne^K,
Diarrhea,
UrouBv.
De Ulily,
Fever aud Agi *\
Female Complaints,
Ueailache,
lndiu allon,
Ijifinci za,
Iiiltamm itmn,
Inward UVaknORf,
Li-cr (Jiiiiij)latiil,
Lowi.es of Spirits,
Ringworm,
nbeamatlsm,
bait UheDTd.
Suahls,
Bkin Riseascn.
AW NOTICE.— Vnneifenrino without the eitfrrared
trade-mark trotnd each pot or( box, signttd by DR. J.
VAiiGIKl,, 48 Fulton etruetj N b'w i ork, to cuiint«rfe;t
which ia felony.
The foir Reviews re-puWiahed by Mi'^w, Phott fi
Co., art* (rencmliy co ildered hh tho Crcat Revicwp,
ami niarkwoud him lieen justly placed in lite fame
rank. Whoeverflllpeifefl with r>ndnu pn'-licntloinof
this clifp, whatever nay be hie eeneml lunnrtmtino,
wiil loon be altogether Iwhtnd the thni' in which be
lives—end in those linu'B a ptttovrnny loon pet vnry
Our behind. Tln-y in^y he mad mid etudied with a \-
\',iiita.o by the people of this co in try, of every creed
and party.
lur- ULACKWOOD Is donioiltr attraotivo at tht4
time to Ani'Ticrttis, not only fir iu von I articles hy
dirftlmruiVhed wrttera 'if lirtl n, but fnr ihe eeoonot of
Ihe lat« civil w«r. now being written by Q.il, \'on
Burke, aOeimaooffleer, chi-f-^-stuif to Gen. J. fi.U.
Stuart, of thu Confederate army.
TERMS   FOR   I860.
Kor anyone of thc RevtOWi $1 per annum
Wot anv two of the RevleWH  7 "
For auy thn e of the Keviows 10 "
Fnr all four of the Revluwn Iii *'
Foa niaekwo'id'e Mauniiiip  4 "
Fwr Blackwood and  one RevlvW  7 M
For IV. i-1. w'-oil and any two of tho Review 10 "
For Plackwood and throe of the Reviews ..13 *'
For Blaukwoud aud the four Iteviews 16 ,f
CLUBS.
A discount of twenty percent, wi'l be n'lowed lo clubs
of four or more per»onn. Tims, four copies of
Blackwood, or of one Keview will be Kent l« oiw n4-
firm <>r tlS SO. Fooreopiei of the four Reviewri and
Blackwood, fur $48, and »o on.
POSTAGE.
When sent by mail, the Post Ann to nny part of the
Unitid t tee will be lot t wen tj-tour centra yuur for
" -iackivood," and but eight cents a year for each of
the Reviews.
rinea
cents
Kg- Sold hy all respoctnble Dealers in Medic:
throughout the United 3;aiea and Canida—at Uo c<
perbux or pol.
A. C. Langley & Co.,
Agents for Vancouver Island and British
Columbia.
at a
Reduced Prices for previous years-
Sjliscribnrs may obtain 'he ReprlnU immediately
preceding ISCC, as follnwi, via.:
JJlackwotxl from Si'ptrmlier, 1814, to December, 1805
inclusive, at the rate of $2 50 a year.
The Korth Ihilish from January, 1803, tc December,
I^(J5, inclusive; the Sdinburgh »nd the Watminstcr irem
Ap il, 1804, to Decpnil'cr, 186.% ineliuive, und the
tsondon Quarterly fur thtf year I8L5, at the rate of $1 60
a year for each or any i evi'*w.
jdS* A few copieH yet rein iln of ail the four liceicws
for JBU3iit $4 a set, or $1 50 for any one.
JLEOA'ARD   SCOTT   &   CO.,
Pubiitkers. 38  Walker Street, N. 1\
],. S. h Co., also publish tho
2PA.2HtAi2r2R,'S O-XJIIDE
% IlKvnv Stfi'iibss, of Edinburgh, nnd the la.e J. P.
N.iiiKix, r-f Yulf roltege, 2 veils. Hoj-ui Octavo, 1C0O
pesel, nnd numerous Engravinge*
I'rioo $7 for the two volumes— by Mall, post paid.
48 0ft „„ 23
TIIK  ONE  TUING   WANTED.
HOLLOWAY'S PILLS.
Tlie mood.
These fumous pills nre so composed tha
they opernto wholi'Soinelyon the slomnch, tho
liver, the howi.ls, anil other organs; by correcting any derangements In their functions
whereby a steady supply of pure materials tor
the renewal ol the llluod is lurnished, and et
constant abstrnciion nf etfete products is effected. This perfect circulation thus becomea
the very fountain of health and life, and overcomes all form of disease wherever ils situation.
General DLsortlers or (lie  Liver
and  Moiiiik h.
All who ever indulge a* '.nblo, cither in ent-
Ing Or drinking, should take about ten of thes-
f.-inioiis pills at bed time, from which will roe
suit n clear head and good siomach the following morning. Thousands of '.adies are always complaining of sick headaches, wuot o
Rppetlte, want of energy, and want of strength,
lo cotrect all these evils, Ihree or four ol these
J'ills should be laken twice a week, when they
wauld give tlie invalid .lie health anil appelit*
of a pluiigbinau.
Feuialcg or all Aften and Classen
Obstructions of nny kind, either in young
or those between forty and flfly--tbe most critical peiiod of life—may be radically remo.'^d
by using Ibese I'ills according to the printed
directions which accompany each box. young
persons with sickly and sallow complexions
may have the bloom of health restored by Lhic
corrective, wbich purifies the blood and ex«
pels all gross and impure humors from the system. Heware then of the critical age Iron
forty to fitty, as it sends ninny thousands to
premature grave,—these Pills should be takei
it that period of lile two or three times a
^ eek
II an! of Strength and Energy-
Persons of sedentary habits, or Ihoso troubled in mind, working in Factories or Coal
Pits, wbo cannot obtain that amount ol frest
air and exercise which nature requires, sutler
from weakness and delillty, lowness of spirils
and want of appetite. All such should lake *
Jose or two of these Pills every three or font
days, as they act gently and effectually on the
system and impart vigor nnd energy to ihe
body, which is always followed by n good
appetite, sound and refreshing sleep, nnd »
high How of spirits.
For thc «'urc of Dropsy.
The clfic.icy of Holloway's Pills in Dropsy
is extraordinary. They uct with such b peculiar effect upon the system, that the fluid*
causing this direful complaint, are porceptibl
okrrlsd off and prevented from nny /urtlie»
accumulation. Tho sufferer regains n buoyancy of spirits, nnd rejoices in a completely
renovated constitution. It is indispensably
necessary tlmt the Ointment should he most
effectunlly rubbed into the complaining parts
during the whole course of treatment.
Children and their Ailment**
In no country in the world nre more children
carried to nn early grave thnn in Great Britain.
Coughs, Mcnsles, Scarlatina, Fevers, and olber
iisenses attnek the little sufferers, and death,
but too often, follows nt a rapid pace ; yet if
at the lirst stage ot these complaints, parent*
were.to have recourse to Holloway's Pills, all
danger would be avoided, for the stomach
and bowels would tie gently but effectually
cleansed by this mild aperient j tbe depraved
nuinors correciea ana tne secretions duiy regulated. A perfect cure would loon be ef-
fected, and the S'ttle patient restored to souni*
health.
Holloway' Pi. t we ths best known rensdy in th
world fa the following diseassa:
Fold at the Ksuhl|phmelit of Profeanor HoilowRy, 94 lj
.alrand, (near Temple Bur.) 1. ndon ; nla" by all respcctl
altlir Drugfft$t4 and Heali-m In Mo<dcln(>R throughout the
civilized world, at the following prices— 1b. IX., 6. Oi,
in. tx\., Hb. , 22s., and 83s. eaeh box.
A ;ne
Female  Irregular
^crofa'aorKiny ■
Asthma
ities
Evil
tiilliouAComplalnti
Fever of all kind*
Snre Throats
rut
.-tone and (irive
niotchci   ou   tbe
goat
Secondary Symp
Hkln
Hea-l Ache
toms
Btiwt'l complaints
IndiKe.-tioe
TicDolorcox
Colics
IiiDammallon
h: imirs
Cniistipntitm oCthc
Jaundice
Ulcers
Ilowl-s
Liver Complaints
Venereal      afleo.
Con-'tiii, lion
Lum bugo
tiono
n.-Uitv
I'jleB
Worms    of   a
Rheumatlum
kinds
Dyat-ntrf
Retention of Urine
Weakness     from
Eryelpwla*
whatever cause
*** Thero is a considerable saving by taking the
■itgvr sizes.
liirectintin for the guidance of patients in ererji d^ior
der ere alllxed to each box.
Piuntbd nnd Published by McClure & Cp. at
tbe office, LuiigWy Street.

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