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VOL. I.
VICTORIA,   VANCOUVER   ISLAND,   THURSDAY   EVENING,   SEPTEMBER
THE
EVENING TELEGRAPH,"
iT'lll.l.illKil
Jrerv   Even'.ug at  4   O'clock,
(Sal unlay and Sunday evenings excepted.)
also itvmiY
|TJNDAY    MORNING !
TERMS   OP   St  l!«<  It 11- TIOH ■
r Annum, In .dvanee, by mail, ..$10 110
,r di  months    6 na
j W-ek, payable In Carrier,         2fi
lyln Copies, •        10
or terms of Advertisement applv at the
Office. L:ur;ley Street
20.   18IJG
NO. G9.
ItllNcellaticoux.
Now Advertisements.
Ta van acig a its"
LEWIJl &   ANTHONY,
TOB-A-COONISTS.
47 Tates St., Brick Store
Next to Comer of Government St.,
BEG TO I.VFOKM TIIEIR FRIENDS AN'fl !
toe public in general   that they  trill con   j
stitntly receive  bv every  steatner a pood   as   ;
sortinetttol <■< nil |||fl t  HVilllll « lirlir*
nnd  the   lli->l   Itl.nuN ol   loll mo
Imported direct for this market, so ilust they
nre nhie  to -onMiete  with  tiny hrtise on
Island, either Wholesale or BtitjUI.
N.   11 —Special
Countrv orders.
IIEIMAN  LEWIN.
New  Advertisements,
TIEiX:
Oriental Restaurant, I EVENING TELEGRAPH
YATES   BTftEBT,
In connection witli tlic Oriental Hotel.
THIS  ESTABLISHMENT   is  ni'KS    T
ALL HOURS OF TIIK HAY Oil NlUUT.
THB    TABLE
Will be furnished with the best the market
utfords.
Miscellaneous.
ih
attention will  he paid   to
|     LOUIS ANTHONY.
KE-OPENI1XTG
IIoW MANY   AuHIEVE   FaiIIv—It ig not
jriven to nil to lo- masters  of   Honir,   like
'urns ; or art, liko I'uli-isy or Gibson ; of
iiiltineerliig   skill,   like   Strplicnson ;   of
Ititical iiciiinen. like Giffort) ;  or  ot   nl>-
itrnct science, like Ferguson nr the  elder
rlerscliel ;   yet   these,   nt  first, were ull
wor or workicg men, who  gaincil   Iheir ■ _TTnr,T.,    n ,-,,,, nn n m   „ „ - ir
Lationbyt.Lowneffortsw.,0   did   EUREK/V   CONCERT   ROOM
initio with pinching poverty, Inck of erlu-
ntional means, prejudice of class, and all , moot. 'ID;; BHjUWXBST OF IMS. Ql.UU.l'.S.
hose lions which stund   in   the   way   of
nen of weaker mculd, who let I dure not i riMHH MOST FAVORITE AND EASIIIOV-
.Vjit upon I would.'    All cimnot be field- able place of amusement  having been
.livarshals in the army of % ;   but  some- j entirely re-docuratod will re-opon This Even-
************* I ing ut 0 o'clock.    Mr.   Ned Hood, tlm famous
[ ilanjii Player  will ho in iitteiubince to amuse
! visitors with his minstrel Songs.    At the Ilnr
the best of case   Liquors and   Hdvnua Ofgara
will he dis]iensed.
Opcu every   Evening at  9 o'clock, admission
free. uu24
FASHION   HOTEL
Concert   Room,
The on'y Place of Amusement in
Town!
/plIK   UNDBESlONBD UAVIXtJ LEASED
L   these  well   known  estiililislinient.-., begs
leave to announce tint they wi 1 be
whnt lower, yet very honorable grades,
Imve been attained by men once in the
miiks, who while never for a moment
Jduspising the labor by which I hoy gained
honest bread, were not disposed lo consider working, eating nnd sleeping ure nil
thnt is worth living for. Tlirr daily
lahor honestly and inielligently performed,
their felt Iheijst'lves to be live citizens of
thought, iii which true in n tuke rank
according to tvlint Ihey essentially nre,
quite indep»ndeuily of thc cnuditions of
their life. When the sun shines, it shims
for all, lord or laborer ; anil the precious
nstincts which mnko men believe In good
and bcautilul things, treasure up uinl
nourish the suggestions of nniversnl
imliire, nud cultivate tho talents entrusted
tn their care, nre bestowed as impartially
ns the sunshine. Look into any bo-I
graphical dictionary, and you will see how j Re-opened on Saturday, July 28.
liltle the ciiciinistniicis of eurly life have
been r.ble lo impede the careers of really
great men. Ilual mental energy soon
iiinsiers them, mid makes tlicui even mib-
nrilpot to its will.
Mr. ■ Lover lells a good anecdote of nn
Irishman's giving the pnsswtitd at I he
hutlla of Foiileuoy, at which ihe great
hue wai Marahil, 'The pmwword is
Snxe—now don't forget it I'ut,' said the
Colonel.' ' Sucks 1 K.iitli and J nil) not.
Wasn't my falher a miller ?'
'Who goes there?' cried Iho sentinel,
nfti'f he hnd arrived at his post.
I'ut was as wise as an owl, and in a
Wirt o( whispered howl replied :
Bugs I yer honor.'
"You have been sorely Iried,' said a
•J'nipathizing friend olJoCrowdon, Weeping over tlie coffin of his third wife. "Yes,
V'spoudec the bereaved one, "I have
ni«.iy« had the dieadlullest luck with
women.
Breakfast,
Dinner,
I The former Ililliur.l Ha 1 has been convc ted
I into a  Concert   Room, where inuy  always lie
found attentive and obliging attendant*.
lli-st qualities   of Wines, Llqnon, and Cigars served by the proprietor in pi-rsou.
Oil AS. BROOKS
Ski'" Admission Kim*, mi 2d
BELCOVAL.
A Nkw and Grand Epoch in MtDIOItil I—
hr. Maggiel ig the foundi. ol it new Medical
fj»tem. The qnauiiiaiiaiiH, whose vast Internal doses enfeeblo the stouiach and pnraly/.e
tlie bowels, must give precedence to the man
"tho restores health and appetite, with from
on* to two of his extraordinary Pills, and
'tires the most virolent sores wiih a box or no
"I hie wonderful aud nil healing Salve. These
(»o great specifics of the Doctors arc fast superseding all the stereotyped nostrums of the
•liy. Extraordinary cures by Maggiel's I'ills
•ml Salve have opened the eyes of the public
(o the inefficiency of the (so called) remedies
of olhers, and upon which people have so long
blindly depended. Mapgiel's Pills nre no ot
tlie class that are swallowed by thc dozen, nnd
°f which every box full taken creates an absolute necessity for another. One or two of
Msggiel's Pills suffices to place thc bowels in
perfect order, tone the stomach, create au appetite, and render the Bplnts light nnd bucy.
•nt! There is no griping, and no reaction in
the form of constipation. If the liver is nf-
fectea, its functions are restored; and il the
nervous system is feeble, it is invigorated,
f bis last quality makes the medicines very
desirable for the wants of delicate females.
Ulcerous and eraptive diseases are literally
extinguished by tr.e disinfectant power of
Maggiel's Salve. In fact, it is liere announced
that Maggiel's III Ions. Dy«reptl<;,
• nd Ularilltil 1*1)19 cure where all |
nlhexs fail. While for Burns, Scalds, Chil
blnins, Cuts and all abrasions of the shin
Mnggiel'M Salve is infallible. Sold by
t. Mauuiel, 11 Pine slree1, Ne<r York, nnd all
Druggists, at 25 cts. per box.
Removal.—Messrs. Solomon Bros, havo re-
Moved to the two-story brick building on
20Terumcnt slrect, opposite the St. Nicholas
Hotel. They have received, ex ship Mohawk,
from London, a fine assortmeat of men's
clothing and underclothing, which they will
Jtb lower than any house in town.  Give them
UK. POWKLL HAS REMOVKD HIS
Surgery and Itesidince to the corner ot
iMH'GbAS AND IIUOIKSIITON STItKKl'S
(iieiir Kurt).
(Ii-kiik llm-lis—» A. Hi   tu   12   M.,  and   d
P. M. tu IU P. M.
August 13. au lli
NKW    WH8TMINBTI5R
GAME   bEPOT,
YATES   ST.,
Next door to   lim coiner of  Government,
opposite Ztflner'e Ding t>turu.
t-JMIE SUIlSORlBEIl HAVING MADE AR-
X     rangemi-nts  to   receive   from   different
parties the produ e of the Island and country
will be prepared to lurnish
Game,
Fish,
Fruits,
Poultry,
Eggs    and    Vegetables,
Each  and  all iu   their season, at ihe lowest
prices.
JAMES   ALLEK.
au 31-lm
"ROUND THE CORNER"
IS THE NA.ME OF THE
SKTE'W    SALOOIST
JUST OPENED I.V
Langley   Street,   round   the
corner from Yates street,
In the building formerly  occupied   by   the
S.iloon of Ebbrhaiiht's Hoikl.
Thc Saloon has  been   tastefully  rcfiited,
nml will he supplied with the
FIRST
Wines
QUALITY   OF
and  Liquors.
The proprietor respectfully invites the public  io call  "ROUND THE CORNER"  and
themselves
Supper
At moderate prices.
Oysters   in   every   Style.
Private Rooms for sm ill or lurge parties.
Call and judge for yourselves.        uu HO-lm
AYER'S
CHERRY
PECTORAL,
FOR THE KAPID CURB OK
Colds, Coughs, nnd
Hoarseness.
Brimfuld, Mass., 20tli Dec, 18fi5.
Dr. ,?.C. Aver: I do uot litMi tale tunny
tlm bent roniiitly I have «ver fuiuui for
Coughs, Iloiiniiini'jff, Infliii.-ii/n, tnul tlie
concomitant ay in plums of u Cold, in your
ClIKURT   I'RCTOIIU..     Its t'OllHtllllt  IHO iU
my pnwttOa nml my fuiuily for tlic last
ton year* htm Hh'uvn it to immhk'hh •upe-
rior virtues fur tlio treatment of Hh-m
complaints.     KDKN KMUIIT, M.D.
A. B. MOUTI.EV, K»Q.,(.rUTiCA,N.Y.,writcii: "I have
twed your Peroral mywlf and in my family ever litici
yon Invented it, ami liclievo It tlio bent modiclno for iti
purpoMi) over put out. With » bad eold I should soonei
pay tw.'iity-flvn dollar* for a bottle thau do without It, oi
lak'* uny other remedy."
Croup, Whooping Cough, InflaVnza.
HPRIN(iriBLt>, MiBfl., Feb. 7, 1858.
Brother Ater: I will cheerfully certify your Pectoral
li the hunt rumwlr wo MM4M for tho cure of H'fco'miTij/
Chugh, Croup, and the client tliaeanen of childruu. Vie at
your fraternity in the Hoiith appreciate your skill, ud
commeud your medicine to our ]K>ople.
HIRAM CONKLIN, M.D.
AMOS I.EE, BKUltomUT, Ia.,writes, 3d Jan.,1866:
"T had a tetllnus Influenza, wliirh confined mo in dnore
nix we-jhn; took many DlflmRM without relief; finally
tried your Pkctohu hy tlie advice of our clergyman
The Int  'I'-v  relievwd  tho urn ti  in my throat nnd
liingH; lens tluui one half the iHiftle nind« me completely
Well. Your DUdldQM nre the cheaVext as well an the heat
wo ran buy, and wo MtaUD you, Doctor, aud your remedies, an the poor ntiTi IHemL*
Asthmn or Phthinic, nnd Rronchitift.
WrBT Manl-ukhtbr, Pa., Feb. 4, ISfttt.
9lR: Your Chf.RRT PfCTMUL i*> ]«-rf.<rmin(t marv.lloui
cnien in thin seftion. It ban relieved neverifl fn«in ulitrni-
fntc mnptomi of rounuinption, and in now curitiK a man
who iiua Ulbortd under an afliTtfon of the Inn^n for tne
last forty years. HKNHY L PARKS, Merchant.
» A. A. BAMHEY, M.D., Ai.Bion, Mnmni Co, Iowa,
wriU'n, Sept. «, 18Ml " Dtirin« my pmctlce of many ymtt
I have found nothing eiiual to your OBOUtT PBQTOKAL for
Kiving eaM> ainl relief to conmimptlvo jiatientn, ur CSriH|
such iu* are curable,"
Wo might add volumes of evidence, but the mmt convincing proof of the virtues of this remedy is found In it*
effects upon trial.
Conmimptioii.
Probably no one reim-ilv lm- ever been known whMi
cured so tinny and surh dangerous rtxtmn m this. Home
no huiuaii nj •• can reach; hut even tu those the t'licunv
pBttyiiAi alTordu relief nnd comfort.
AlIOl HOIMi Nkw Yohr Citt, Slarch ft, 18M
DOOTOI Aver, UWItXl I feel it a duty ami a pfamm
to Inlfini yon what yonr Chehrt I'ecTiiiiai. ban dune f.ir
•iiy wife.   Ihe had lleen five moutliH InlHirlng uinl'-r the
dangerotu ijnplwMof OMuunpUoni from which no i»id
wi- 1 .mill procure gave iier iniich relief. She was nd'adily
falling, until Dr. Htrniig.of thin elly, where Wt ottt OORte
for ailvir,., reciinimended a trial of ymir medicine, Ve
blnss blsklndiieas, an Wt ia Voir nklll, ttt "he lias rrcur-
eie.1 from tliat day. She i« nul yet as itfODl an tihe tined
to iftk bnt in free from her <uni^h, and cnlb herself well.
Vours with gintilode ami n-gunl,
oiti.amid HllKlBY, np inumntu
fimsnmptit+t, do nol <len|iaii- till ymi hive li ie<| Avrr'R
CncRnr Peonut.   it it nue by oneofflie i»«t nedtoel
rhemlnts iu tlie worhl. and it* rures all around us l**i**»k
tho high merits of iu virtues.— i'hiiodrlpitia Ledger.
Ayer's Cathartic Pills.
TUB adeuces of ChcmiBtry and Metliciue havo ! nr,
taxed their uttiiost to prodnce thi- bent, most perfect
purgative wbich in known to man. lurmnienible proofs
arc shown that those Pillr have virtue* which Burfuuis in
excellence the ordinary medicines, and that tbey win un-
precedcntwlly upon the Mtam of all men. Theyaiv eafo
and pleasant to take, but |>owerful to cure. Their \*e\ie-
tratiug |irojHTtics stluiulate tbe vital activities of the body,
remove tho olistructions of its organs, pniilV the blood,
and expel disease. They purge out tho foul humors which
breed and grow distemper, stimulate sluggish or disordered organs into their natural action, and impart healthy
tone witli strength to the whole system. Not only do
tbey cure the ovcry-day complaints of every body, hut
also formidable and dangerous diseases that have baffled
the best of human skill. While tbey produce powerful
effects, they aro at tho same time, in diminished doses, the
safest and best physic that can bo employed for children.
Being sugar-coated, they are pleasant to take; and Wing
purely vegetable, are free from any risk of harm. Cures
have been made which surpass belief were they not substantiated hy men of inch exalted position nnd character
as to forbid tho suspicion of untruth. Many eminent
clergjinen and physicians have lent their names to certify to tho public the reliability of my remedies, while others have sent me tho assurance of their conviction that
my Preparations contribute Immensely to the relief of my
afflicted, Miffcring fellow-men.
The Agent below named is pleased to furnish gratis my
American Almanac, containing directions for their use and
* tertificates of their cures, of tbe following complaints: —
Costlveness. Bilious Complaints, Rheumatism, Dropsy,
Heartburn, Headache arising from a foul Stomach, Nausea, Indigestion, Morbid Inaction of the Bowels and Pain
arising therefrom. Flatulency, le** ot Appetite, all Ulcerous and Cutaneous DWases which require an evnenant
Medicine, Scrofula or King's Kvil. They also, by purifying the blood and stimulating the system, cure mauy
complaints which It would not be snpi»osed they could
reach, such as Deafness. Partial Blindness, Neuralgia nml
Nervoue Irritability. Derangements of tho I.iver and Kidneys, flout, and other kindred complaints arising from a
low state of the body or obstruction of its functions.
Do not be put off by unprincipled dealers with somo
other pill they make more profit on. Ask for Avn'l
Pius, and take nothing else. No other they can give
you compares with this in its intrinsic value or curative
powers. The sick want the best aid there is for them,
end they should have it.
Prepared by Dr. J. i% AYER,
Practical and Analytical Chemist, Lowell, Mass.
Pmo )15 Cts. feu Boi.   Five Boxia roa $1.
GENERAL
Job   Printing
ESTAIILlKIIHKVr
Langley Street, Victoria,
The   Printing    Office
EVENING
EX   FIDELITER
A Choice lot of Bacon
•Ju.xt   Arrived.
For Sn'e by
P.   Gilligan,
BTOltB 8TB.EET.
Office ii replete with every appliance
and variety of Material for the
Execution of
LETTER PRESS   PRINTING!
lu nil its brani'licis, whether
Plain or Ornamental
'Plli:   OFFICE   AIHIR  al  lecutlng
J. full, lutadji Bxecuttoo of order* ns is
Oiililltlellt willi cnrreri ithd elf^ittL Work.
ttasiblp.
Orden received fur Printing
Uooki,
PnmpUiti
OalalognM
Btrmoni,
Baporti
Remain,
Leaw;',
Law Forms i>l atwtj
ilrscription,
Businem Cardt,
Invoicfl,
Mill llrada,
Tl ml ■   Pom*!
OiruuUm, (I'Uin
l nl.Hired,)
Bind   Bllta. (i'i"''' bi
Ooloiircd,)
For Prices,   apply   at the  Offlce.
Langley street.
General News Agent
J. &tratman.
EMPIRE NEWS DEPOT
Cor. Washington &. Sansome sw.
Han FV«.neisci>.
TIIR AD\" UTHKRis prepared to supply
wilhpiim'iiiiilitv and eeleritj- ihennnrxid
newspapers and periodicals upon the fallowing
terms All orders, to receive immediate attention, must bs accompanied by cash remittance,
and handed in previous to the 4th, 14th, and
24th ol each month.
London Dally Tinea *14 oi
Tim PltM  11 oo
"       llti|i|nili.,ITimea   THO
"     WetklrTlmo       too
"        Bell's lifts IB lMid.ni It 00
• weekii Oi-e.ui nor,
" III. »ewtofl.« Win III  1100
" Pulilic Opini.ni  750
' Indus (Kri.elrsdi) 14 nil
•' 111.   SpiiilhiK New«  800
" 8iwt«t„r  1100
"        He-lew    IllSI
"      Miiindn- Kivew H00
PuM'i Sall'll IJSO
L/m^u.l IhllUrRleil News 14 00
AllnU'J Mnnllil; 8 IH
Blar.k»..Hl'. Mairsxine      3 00
tl   .   ].      '« MlC.I.'l!,- 300
ftixnennv M.K.ziiie     ,t mi
KatrkertMieker  S.
1'neili,' V nit ly   SIX,
Co.liv'.l.sdie.B.ii.k 1100
M lilies 1 Htist..... 3 00
Coglim'iiUI Mnirssini'  ,1 nO
Mail nu tv»mon*l'w    onthK    ;i 00
V. IsnHe'i new V.tntlj Uasssiiie  il IH)
Cllsie'iiTi' hstinlinrirh   nnrnal 4 00
lleutiily   1'ap.r., I men a   Week fi no
•* "       Alltlie V'ar Itimnd dim
TtnekTIir'slVirnliill M-un.ine HOC
l^in.li>n  lj.in'i-1 li (10
:;. a  .-.il»>Ti-meii-Bir aor.
nu 2
LTJMBEB
i     LAUQE   ASSOKTMEN'T  OF   R0UCJH
^V    aud dressed for sale cheap,
J. HOIiKiri'SUN" STEWART.
Victoria, V. I., 20ih August, I SOS.        ' au 22
EXPRESS LINE STAGE?,
'IMIR   COACHES   OF   THIS   LINE   W.,1.
a.   now run  regularly, leaving    Vale,  c. O
ou
lloixlat s.
WedncN<layi4,
And I rlila.vH,
AT 7, A. U.',
F O ll    S A V A IK A ' S     F B It B V
(Mig llend llonte), until the completion ol tha
road, when thev will po lo savmm's lerry.
'I'he Ouach for Cunboo will leave Yale on
Monday.
jy t' F. J. BABlM»n
TIIE 0HEAT   UEMEDY   OL'   THK
A lib).
HOLLOWAY'S OINTMENT.
The   lOni   of   tlic   Ointment   on    the
£y>t«-m
TO ibe v- ry co c tuid ccn're of «!I dis* ntti
which iiffect the human body, this remarkable
|ir«|»Hrrt ton pFMfcirHltfc Ii i]ip»it|»eiir8 ticker
the friction ot the bnodi, us miM i! i >h um-kt h
when rulihcH u,ion tin-Hi. Tlif unpuetit per-
rortOI lit healing ernnid rnpidly, 8»tVly, uad
without ptiir.. Hlmplfl erupilom, open sorea,
hard tumors, rcrofniuui development! of all
kind?, et>cfMft, cancer*) old wouiicb. -md, in
lact, evqry vpecUi of inflammation and iup*
purHtTor, whether in tteskin, the liesh. the
glandg, nr nmoDK ilie IMUIclei, can be :.rrestrl>
in its di'niruciive coune, aod permnnonflj
en rod without dangef by robbing in this ines-
tiuiAble Ointment.
Itud     ■««'»"*   ttttd   flt-<'ii»U,     S«.i.-,    unci
L*le«r»i
In mftOJ Uoopitals in RnrOpe this celehrated
remodj li ho* used for tbo enreol old woundi,
t'>r- >, and uloeri ; in Bpoltt and Portugal, and
in iiiiuiv puny of Italy, ihe lirst Pfajfllclani re-
rtjiularlv prencril-c it? use. It is a sovereign
rt-niedy lur bad breOflllIDd bud logt; and :jk +*—
w lac for oil sKin diseases. U is lo he *"in;d in
tiio rlii-sl of nearly   every   sailor,   soldier, and
•migrant.
Inijirinlerii U'«   nf    \ Ottth ; — Korr»   nnd
I Inm.
The above class o'" romplalntu ia turc-iy re*
noved bj m^ln'v fomenting lite parti wilt
, nn a *tef, IDd llttn bj mu«l • Meet na My rub
olng m tin* Ointment. Peraoni fuffei iii^ irotb
tbetc din ftil rontplalnti ihoqld loie not n mo
ment in iiin-tiii^ their progress. It sliould ht
qi r|i i iti ud that il is not snltieient merely to
linear the Uintment on ihe afleoted parts, hui
■ t tn ii -t np well nibbed in fur some considerable
time tvoor three tlmot ■ "lay, that it may ba
taken Into tbe system, whence il will remov.
only hidden sore or would ns effectually a.
though ll were palpable to tbe eye. Bread and
water pmrlices, alter lbe rubbing in ol tt.
Uintment, will do great service. This is th^
only proper treatment l'ur females in cases c|
cancer in the stomach, or I'or those who autf<$
troni a genem! bearingdovn.
l*tlr«, KiniitliiK, Mfl'iuri's.
Plotcbes,naalso swellings, can witb certainty
he radically cured if the Ointment be used
freely, and tbe I'ills be taken night nnd morn.
ing ae recommended in the printed inptrmiiiona
When treated in any otherw-iy these complain!.
Duly dry up in one place to break cut in an-
nher; whereas this Ointment will removethe
humor from the system,'and leave the patten
l vigorous and healthy being. Il will rc-quitt
.ime, aided by \he use uf tne Pills, lo ensure
nstitig cure
Uiptticria,   Bmrrhltii,  Som   Throata.
Any of the above clnas of diseases may be
-urcdbywell rubbing the Ointment three
..imes a day upon the skin covering the throat,
chest, and neck ol the patient. The unguent
will soon penetrate the pores and give immed*
into relief. To allay the tever and lessen tha
inllnmation. cght or ten Pills should he taken
night and mnriung. The Ointment will produce perforation, which is so essential fot
renio"ing fevers, sore throats, and those op*
pressions of the chest which arise from
Asih't a, Hronchitts. and other causes.
ttoth   the  Ointment »nd   Pulu   nhnwHI
b«    unttt    111   tll«-   l»llw»lltg    (iim.t
Bail I ep«
H-i.l Bv..-ti
R'l'im
Bunion*
FtUM.i Mo%ehttan
nnft S«iifl-Fll*i
mcMm*
:lil6pr.-f«n*
;hilMnins
:'liB(ifeil  Hands
^ornt (Ciiib) nti'iminliim
|0at»erM l{ rn\.\-
ntraclf*)       and.Sn" Ntiiph'i
Is. re Throat
-ii.inf.
'.Irplmntutil
'i*taU»
limit
.imi'lnlHr    Sw
liiifii
inii.ip>.
IMIea
.SkIii   .li»r.i,4
'-rurv\
!>t.re fiend*
i   ;.im<»r>
Tlerrf
iWniiiida
'Yaw*
Sold nl  t e  KsUMIMiiiumii   ul   PnopFt-pon   Tlnn.nwa
M. Mr -nl,   n'i«f Temple Tim,,  t.i.l.r ;  Kir 11 by a at^ttw—tfai      ■'»' ■>«»■»»
(blKning   (T-cUgrapj).
TtlUllHI'AY i.vKMMi, M.i'T. tin, imi;.
Thu  " Columbian "  «<"< Oie
t iiion lllil.
New  Advertisements.
New  Goods
EX   "ROYAL   TAR."
It would be mousing wen ii not floken-
iii{ to see onr New Wes'iuiuster couieui-
porury,   from being in  nnrqolfocal np-
IHlnent ot thn   union of  British Columbia
uml   Vuiiconrer  !.<'o:id,   an  onqhiiflfied
supporter of the liuiniliulinir Union   Hill.
We say it is  sickening, not  because  the
puper bus changed its views on n (mrticii—
Inr policy, but   became  that change  him
been brought nbout liy the most unworthy
inll'icnceK.    Tlie   Columbian seems to be
not so much in favor ol' union ns against
rcp'cscutuiivo   Government.     According
lo its present   position  it wonhl  nppcar
Unit tlie  great redeeming quality iu the
Union Hill is the lotul  ignoring of public
opinion.   Tha   two  colonics   ure   to  be
governoil  by  un   olliciul  Oligarchy, und
lhis chiuiipton   of New Westminster mum
hood lilts 6p his bat ui d gives wny to tlic
most  noisy   demonstration  of  Hpp'iuisi.
Tile rejoicing is as premature as it is ignoring.    Trfe people of Vancouver, however   much    tbey    uiiiy    huve    desired
union with British Columbia, hivo about
us much idea  of  accepting the  terms of
the Union 13.11, as it putted its first rending, us they   hnve of visirtng the moon :
nnd wo behove tho people of British Columbia are no less determined lo oppose
Mich nn outrage on  their manhood.    The
eiy from every district above New Westminster has been 'l I'cpioseutativo govern-
ment," und nothing  short  of represcu'ti-
tivc government willsutisfy ihe population.
We are fortunately  or unfortunately too
neur u civilized country lo he governed by
the ne'er do-wells of Knglish society.   Wi:
see in the neighboring republic cheapness
und efficiency with progress and contentment.    We sec |n these disgraced Ilriiish
colonies, extravagance aud ii competency,
with  retrogression nnd discontent.    Are
we so lost to all   sense Of  reason that we
should prefur the hitter statu  of things to
the former?    Have   we degenerated into
worse than si washes that  we should cling
to imbecile Tvhecisin ? We think not.   if
we Initio iu other guarantee, —if no more
ennobling sentiment would  aetnite ns iu
refusing tbo  terms proposed, tlmt scnli
incut which   strikes a responsive chord in
most men's breasts would conic to the res-
OBt-selfJutere-t. Und ns these colonies »re
ut present—depressed tis is their condition
— they would be hopeltsdy ruined if the
bill  which    Her   Majesty's  Government
has prepared for us were ticccped.    The
popnlution of both colonies has diminished
—is diminishing ; uud it will  take something more attractive  than despotic nnd
Incompetent rule   to give us a new immigration.    Next year, if wo lire lo continue
under the manipulation of the dolts of the
Downing street  Colonial Office, or their
ehidlowptited    representatives    hrre,  we
shall not, wc real bound t> sny,  have live
thousand   people   in   both   colonies     A
-deep-settled  disgust  has  in  fact seized
upon every pertiou   on Iho   Island as well
us on tlie  mainland  who lias   a spirit
uliovc a Coolie, nnd in half a year's time
there will bc nothing left but the "dead
heads'' of colonial life and the unfortunate
men who have  invested in  tlmt most voracious of ull  eleplmuls—Vancouver Island and British   Columbia:)   real estate
We muy buoy  ourselves up,   ns we  have
done in tbe past, by inflated bubbles, but
lliey will burst almost as socn as fonnvd.
We may  deceive ourselves,   but we can-
tiot juggle nature.    It is clear to even the
most obtuse thut this  is not  as it should
be.    It is clear with our immense natural
resonrevs  wc should  be  prosperous and
happy ; but it is equally clear that countries are not to be built  by the taneies of
tlie inhabitants. Micawberism has brought
us to our present   puss, and   nothing but
tlie determined   and  energetic  action ol
tlie people  in the proper  quarter will relieve us.   That  quarter it  is   needless to
sny is not union  with   British Columbia,
nor flnnkeyism to Governor Seymour, nor
wujthlHg  s- li si ■   will   coufino   our destiny
to the petty  political   aud  commercial
interests of these two colonies.    If we do
not obtain" reciprocity wiih   the United
States, and a Government «s cheap and ns
effective as that of Washington Territory,
we may give up ull hope of bringing people or cnpital to tbe colony.    After eight
years of a humiliating nnd expensive ex-
THOS. WILSON & CO,,
Invite aUculiiiti to Unit'
New Mtixk ol WINTER
ti O O II * just arrived by
Itoyitl    Tar    from   London,
coniialiiig   ol'
FLANNELS—WltLSli -Twilled Saxony
1'lain and i'lincy 1,'olnrs
DITTO — Canton — White   nud   Un-
hleuchtd
HLANKKT.S -All sizes
BALMORAL  SKIRTS
FRENCH MERINOS—In ull colors
Hoy es' Prints, Horrocks.s' Long Cloths,
Linen and Cotton Ticks, Mitetings,
Quilts, Drug;et Squares, Grten Baize.
Hollands, American Leather Cluth,
—AND—
.V General Assortment  of floods suitable fur
the Autumn and Winter.
Tho«.   Wilson &   Co..
MASONIC BUILDING,
liovi:u \ ii i: \ T   kTRBBT.
liclc copy
Now   A'lvorli-i'int'iils.
OLYMPIA OVSTERSl
in every stylk at
A.   \Yr.   PIPER'S,
THURSDAY
L   ESTATE
New Ailvt'itisi'itirrits.
Dissolution   of Partnership.
notice.
and i in:
Ikst Welsh Kiiivbils
o n   i HE   i s l a N i).
■   t-e 10
NOTICE
—oir—
CS-PAFtTNEHSHlP.
BI7NSTUR
HAS THIS DAY
ENTERED INTO
Partnership
WITH ALL LOVERS OP
se BO
Cln
Atteatlon? Tire leparlmen
t
IN CONFORMITY WITH  8EOTHW   It of
the Firemen's Protection Act, 1881, no'iee
is hereby given   that  nn election of two duly
qUalfficd persons to Sill the respective (dikes
of r.hiet'nnd  Assistant Englitetsr of ino Vie-
ti-i'hi Department lor tbp oasuiair year udll be
held hi tlm Hon e ot the  Deluge Engine Co.
Vo. I, Monday the 1st day of October next, ill
IU o'clock id the luicnouii.     The Toll will h
closed at 4 o'clock p.m.
byorjer
S. I,. KKt.l.Y, President V.P.I).
E 0. IHILDEN, llon.Ht-c. V.I'M),
se 20
GOOD
Cow For Sale
A COW lAMi CALF SIX WEEKS OLD),
warranted perfectly gentle.    Price S^k
Also, u young Hteer,
Apply to
«'?8 (i. NIAfl, James It.i.v.
LEATHER,   HARNESS,
AMI
Trunk Manufactory.
WM. DALBY & C O
W'E TAKK THR  IMIE-iENT OPPORTUK.
hv to ihnnk our iiaincrnun aoltomtri for
ilu* liberal patronage boilowed upon im, nnd
10 illloi111  llii'in unit tbt public In iri'liernl   that
nr* we law uarrrlns cm, in onanectloa with
our l.i; till Kit sTOltH, tlie  manalWttnr* of
ll.\l:\l'..-.S ol nil ileaeriptioni,   iiUo  TKI'NKS
uml VALISES,   We h ve eonatnnlli on l I
u lnrt',. nsiiirlnient of ISLAND 'PaNSK'I KIP,
CAM', II \ItMCss, RULE, WELT, STRING
and UI'.AIN I.EA I'lli-'.U , alio a general ai«
soiimi'iiI of HIIIIKM \Kl It's I''IM),.\i;s.
Partlea requiring anything in our line
should give us a trinl, as we will supply them
cheaper than any house north of Ban Francisco.
BELTING   MADE  TO   OTvDER.
Terms   Casli.
Wm.  Dalby St, Co.,
Yates street, A'icto.ia, V. I.
August 2 th, IRfi'i. Be 2fl
AL
se 17-1 ni
ISTOTICE.
1IIKREB.F OTVH NOTICK THAT THB
pai-tiii-i'.«hip lii-ri'tnfore existi' g between
Moses llenrf Pike, John Tm.-ouit.. mid the
ntidersigiH-il, .ill nf Victoria, in tne wh'ilehont
lin.wn ai Ihe Pilots' I) ut, as nlln thc wliiti-
'.iii! boat kumvn us the Pilot*' Boat, is hereby dissolved.
Hit s, W.   QARlMfBB.
lona (""I'i.anii, Solicitor.
Viitoria V. I., 17th tioptember, lsnii.
se 17 nt
Notice.
I li,   PBR80K.8  iiAVixc. n,\nis
.1 ugaiiirt the andersigrieil ai-i! ri'i|ticsieil I'i
present iljem Willi n .'111 day-i from dale.
Alt persons Indebted to lbe undersigned are
requested to seitlo their lu-i-uiuiu ivilhin .'III
iluys e'lher by nate or otherwise, nr they will
t'i' t Vl'"   ' A' Altoniey for culluition, us I
intend to leave for Knropo.   .
se lfi 1 in J. W. KRTSBR,
T
FOB     fciALE
W o   (1 R 0 V E R k II A K K It SEWING
for   heavy   work;     one
Xo. 2, for fine and  heavy
CHAMPAGNE!
NAPOLEON'S CABINET
23 O TT O 131 U _
\\ J E   HAVE   APPOINTED   UR8SRS.
VV    GBELLEY   k   FITERRE, of Victoiia,
SOLE    AGENTS
Vancouver   Islind and   Iritish
Columbia
Of our nbovc-nnmed Wines.
B uche £i\a & Co.,
ot -Mnreuil-snr-Ay,
se 19 Chanipngne, France.
LTJMBER
Singer's Maehin
work.
All ihe goods pertaining to tlio liusi'iess,
Including cotton goods, ticking, pulu, uud
oilier tfl&tia t iiiiiii'roiH too mention.
Tin' above will bo sold for less than cost
within 80 days.
Tenuis—Cash or approved Xutcs.
-ALSO-
The entire ilock of I'rockery, Hardware
Furniture, l-'uney (loode, ke„ on the sumo
terms ns above.
All goods unsold nftcr .10 dins will be aold
nt auction.
te lil-lui .1, \Y.   KBTSBR.
LliXTCOLN   HOUSE!
Cor- Washington ani Front sts,
PORTLAXD, OTIEOOX.
I¥. D. lUATMIIES'SE.'V,
Of  tlm   St.   Xicliolns   Hotel,   Victoria,
HAVIXQ TAKER TIIR ABOVE DOUSE,
wishes to announce to the public thnt be
is now piepured to nccoruodutc guests in a
s tisfactory inannT. Xohing will be left undone, which is in the power of the proprietor
to do, to render gncsis conifnrtablo.
Portland, August 24lh, 18lil). se 14
ICECREAM.
DURING TUB CONTINUANCE OF
TUB WARM WEATHER
I C .13    CKEAM
WILL BE SEttVEDBV
A. W. Piper,
Government street, opposite Theatre,
sc 18 1-m
SALE OF
FIRST-CLASS
CITY PROPERTY!
Sales   Tositive ■•;• Titles
Guaranteed.
J.P.Davies&Co.
Are instructud liy the Mortga<{eea
TO  B  LL   AT I'UH  IC   AUCTION
At  Salesroom,
WIIAKF STREET,
Thursday, Sept. 27th,
AT 12  O'CLOCK, SHARP,
ALL THOSE pieces or pa:-i:el» of
land iu Ihe town of Vietori i, V. I.,
siiuute oil Fort street, and bounded iik
follows : Heffiuniiing nt u point on tlm
northerly ride Of Fort 'street, 1H0 feet
enxt from Ihe corner of llluiieli nil und
Fort -trects; theUOB northwardly nt right
niij^lus 120 feet ; thence westwurdly 30
feel ; thence gouiliwuidly 120 feet; thence
enstwiirdly to tho place of b-ginning,
being the enslerly hulTof lown lot (280)
two liiindred nnd eighty-six, together
with nil inipinvciiu'tiU thereon, coin-.
niilillg the double fioutnge si ore,
twenty two feet front, '.ii|<et.ier with the
five roomed Dwelling House, lathed nnd
plnntered lliroughoot nud pnpered ofrt
pltt-ter ; huge kitchen 'Jf> hy 14 feel ; fine
fruit nml vegetable garden in the rear,
nnd lurge Oute Entrance nn Fort street.
This property wns In'el) rented ns a piano
stoic lo Mr. Ungual nt the low rental of
Twenty Dollars p-r month. For further
particulars npply to JOHN COPLAND,
mi , Attorneyat law, Uuslion street.
ALSO, FOR SAME Al COUNT
JAMES BAY BREWERY
—AND—
T> JL, A. 3ST T -
'j IIU  PAItTNKItSIIIP   HEItBTOFOItrc KX-
i    i-ilug hiawurn   Thuniiis   Nupici    llibbcu
I iin'I ,1 noes t/'iirswell. under the imm» or linn
of llilibru It Carswell, has beeu  I his dny rfii-
soImmI by iniiluiil i-onsc't.
The ousiiiess will in future be carried on
by Mr. T. N Hibtien, who W'll ]tny nnd receive all 1110107 duo to or owing by tbe Into
II nn
Dated this Kith day of September 18U1.
THOMAS XAPHUt IIIIIMKN',
JAMl'.rt  (.'AltSWELL.
VVitness  to  the signature of Thomas Napier
bibben,
Quokoh   I'KAUKKS,
.-olieitor, Victoria, V. I.
Witness to the Signature of James Carswell,
Itoii'iiT llisnoe.
Solicitor, Victoria, V. I.
«« 13-lm
(2^
HERMAN  SHULTZ,
—AT—
His Well Known uud Old Established
Stund
Tho Government st. Boot Store,
Has just received  per steamer
A   FINE   ASSORTMENT   OF
Ladies'  and   Children's   Shoes,
Which lis offers at a very low price.
deceives by eneli 6ti-ainer from   England nnd
San   Francisco
BOOT'S     Sc    SHOES
OK    T1I«
FINEST   AND  BEST QUALITY,
FRENCH   LEATHER,
— ANtl—
SHOE     FINDINGS,
A'prices lo ccrr spond with the times.
s- li
— or—
WASHINGTON TERRITORY
Queen Charlotte Coal
Mining Company (Lim)
Notice  cf   meeting.
AN KXTBAORDIXARY GKNEP.AL MEET-
ing of .-hareholuers of this t'onipauy it ill
be held in the otliee ol iho Compauyi Cite
Council Chambers, on Friday ;lie 2Sth of
Scptemlier, 18Uii, at one o'clock.
A 1.1. THOSK pkoaA or parcels of land
in tin- town ul Victoria, V I., situate uud
known on tho olliciul nni|> ol the sninn ns
Town Lotb Nos. 17:i:l uud 17 14, Inivinj;
11 I'riiiitn^e of (id feet ejieb on Mirlii.'iui
street, Jumes Uny, liy a depth of lfio
feet, the two lots niukilifr half tin uctu ;
together with all improvement* thereon,
which comprise the four roomed Cottuge
residence, three stnll Stable and Couch-
honse, fine Fruit and Vegetable Garden,
and one of the best brick Wells In the
eolony, 78 feet deep, with large force
pump, the well bringing iu a rental of
TEN DOLLARS PER MONTH.
The Brewery Comprises
Ilrewhotise, lnrce Copper, res'in? on brick
arch, Mash and Mult Tubs, Underbnck
Cooler, Brick Cellar, Malt Room, with
work round, Mult House, with brick floor,
Brick Mult Kiln, with (lues complete, also
large Bottling House.
BS-Michignn Blreet is one of tbe best
mueadainised streets on the Islund.
eSTTlie Brewery nnd Plant are com-
plecj in every respect uud capable of sup.
plying both colonics.
Tbis properly is well worthy the attention of intendiug buyers.
ACTS (IF SALE AT BUYERS' EXPENSE.
sc 17
J. P. IMVIES. & CO.,
Auctioneers.
1 the 17tb inst. Pupils ul both Bexes received, who will be expected lo luruisb tlieir
nun rooms, which are provided iu separat*
buililinys, free of charge.
The   Expense   ol   Hoarding   nnd   Tuition.
wiihniit ini-ideiitals, will  not  exceed StaO per
quiirtn of 11 weeks, payable ill advaucu.
For further information uddress
REV. GEO. 1,  WIIITWORTII,
President.
t-'cnltle, W. T., Sept. lit, lBllli. 10 11
FOR
rriiE nn
1   in ban
SALB
TITLE, AND INTEREST
iwuas It VIII. S Jn. (Juan-
and  It  VIII,  8   I, Muiuenoi
fo:r    sale,
Is
A GOOD MARK (IN FOAL), fl
 linf? colt   by   her   side.   '
YEAR-
work in
RIGHT,
I km
iiintil   Ilistl-i
Uitlriil, in al   about Kill acres, siiuute iu Ihe
Cnwicliiin Settlement.
Fur parlieiilars apply to
JOHN (ILASSEY,
H.istiini street,
M 0-lm Upposllu Sin-nil's Ullirr.
LIST OF AI1RIVALS
At tho Muiint Ararat Hotel during the months
of June, July, and August, 18U6,
June—His Excellency governor Kennedy, Mr
Willinm A (i Young, .Mr. Ilenj W.
Pearse.
July—Messrs Jns Wilcox, V Duprny, Jas Reed
Macadam, John Hand, Louis Pliilpol.
F W Alwood, J R Ford, E S Hatch, Sir
Jas Djuglas, i) Fraser, E S Whilting-
bam.
August—H E See'ye, W B Stronacb, J
Robenson Stewart, Tlios Lett Stal-
schmidi, Robt Burnahy ; John Nicholson, M M Titus, F W Green, Benj W
Pearse, Acting Surveyor General, B
Homfray, H O Tiedeiuann ; James Mc-
Outcban; Wm Denny, Wm Wilsou,
Joseph Hilton, R D and J; Kenneth Mc-
Kenzie, Jr, Wm B McKeniiie, David B
Blair, Chas Redlern, Ch 18 Kent.
8c41m
J;   NAG-LE,
Shipping Mr ster and CommicEioii
Agent-
jnaati
CREWS SUPPLIED AT TnE SHORTEST
Notice—Goods entered^ and cleared si
the Custom House; Manifests', Charter Parties,
nnd Bi is of Sale made out. Vessels bought
or sold.
tiaV   Several  small Vessels   for   salt   or
charter.
Oiifick—Bastioa  street,   near   the  Police
Barrui-ks. se 17
isroTioE,
MARTIN    BROS,
IMPORTERS  OK
Groceries and Frovisions, <£bnung    (Telegraph.
TIII'ISSDAT EVBSINU, KEPT,  'lo,  180S,
COMMERCIAL
SIIII'WIM.   HTKLMtiKSCfc.
1'1'HT OF VICTORIA,  VANlllllVKII   1st AVI)
Sept 20—Sip   Ocean   Queen,   Smith,   Sin
Juan.
Str En*i"pri«e, Mwnnson, New Westminster
Sir J-.'mily llairis, Fiuin, Niiu-.iiiuo.
QfclMip,
Sept   20—Str   Enterprise,   Sivanson, New
Westminster.
Str Emily Harris, Frain, Nanaiuio.
————— i     in i
Bkskvoi.knvk at Biu Bim.—The nets of
kindness and charily done by several individuals towards the victims of the Bin Bead
failure in the Upper Country deserve to be
chronicled in letteis of gold. A privste letter ]
received here last night thus alluded to some
of the " good Samaritans" :—At the landing
I saw 51 miners leave on the steamer ' 49,' 17
of whom were for Montana, 18 for Oregon, I'i
prospecting along thc Columbia ; of the
above 51 the prospectors were carried free,
also H of the p'bcrl who were 'dead broke.'
Thc Captain of tke ' 411' is a ncuerous, benevolent lellow, his officers are ulso of thc suae
stamp ; they are benefactors of the (trapped
miner—giving free passages to all who wish
to prospect along this route, and to many of
them means of subsistence who require it;
bow unliKi) tlio conduct ot others hav ug the
means to mitigate the sufferings ol tin broke
and brukeu-down miners. Romano has also
been benevolent aud indulgent to the miners
iu want, and even to his own destruction he
has built a storehouse nud mid that have cost
him (IS.000, in addition to that he has
credited the miners to the extern of Jltl',000 ;
I am afraid the kind-hearted poor man will be
mined by these acts ; tliere is another per.-on
here also who bus been lb - miners' Mend in
sickness, iu tho person of Or. Shiels of Walla
Walla ; he lies attended every sick and hurt
person who culled on him and furnished them
medicines, and to many lie extended the aid
of food in I lien hours uf need ; he has spent a
fortune besides all tbe above beneficent acts
ill prospecting these mines. 1 hope he will
get om of his uudertakiug all square."
Assaclt on Yatks Stiiket—Sam Barlow,
a hnckiiKn, charged — IScriintki, n clothes
clea-ier, in the police court this a.in wiih assaulting him in Yates sireet on the 18th insi,
Harlow said thnt Beriuski attacked Itini in the
street about sotae mouey he ow- d him nud
Struck him iu the face. Beriuski pleaded
gui'ty, with provocation, averring that Barlow ored him $10 and that be coulu not get
anything out of him, although he Uml nlso
given him two mouths' board '"r nothing.
The accused continued, iu broken*Engllsh—
'■ Den li miTts Parlow on de.' sdreel, nn' I
says 'Vcre ish dat monish ! uud dcti I sees
bim mil my goat on, no' I gits so in it, 1 krnps
birii mit liia goat nud he plows me ou mine
6hotilder uad den I u'tfs hitn some sdrikes."
Barloa.denied tile free board, and s.iid Beriuski had given him Ihe coat for one he was
cleaning for him. The mag strate snid licrinski should have taken the proper legal remedy for his c'aitns, uud he wuuld fine
him $10 or 14 days' imprisonment.
Qi'AiiiZ AT Biu Bkno.—Tbe following es-
traet from a private   letter received  from Big
PaMISU     l        I     ' I I'OI.IMLI \ I '
'        'mil give* an Mount ol the roMl  let-
1   '        rack nud Bumaas, on the '
_
tier, which h lunnnsrisel as fell Oil :  Farms
10   land liken up 4,'liiO  ncree;    nnd   Oieler j
euliivatioa   Cj.l   ceres:   uu.inl ty  nf liny cut I
in       i- -on   BII   tn- ■     ditto   grain   19,770
bnshl I-   : 'lilto p..1.lines   .'i.'juil    liu.bcls ;   dlllu
turnips J.8uo bushels : number of entile 741
bend : pou ry 1,107 : llOgl 12'.. 1 ber- are
many thuu-and-t of acres of fine land still lo
be bad ia those leltlemenb.
Boon Tkhi'i.ahs —Rev. A. <'. UcDeugall bus
orgnni/.ed a Lodge of. Good 'leuipl.irs iu this
city to be ended Victoria Lodge No. I. The
following is u list of the officers:—Geo, Rob.
iuson, \V 0 T: David Spencer, W S und I, Dj
Thomas Menu, It II S : William .Morrison, P
W 0 T : 0. A. Fentnn, '' C : Wm It. Jloote,
ii i'j ; Geo. Harsh, tl F S: Noah Shakspeare,
If )[ ; Robert Wildnnii, W T: Ei/. i Sluik-
snenic, W V T i V. E. Robinson, L 11 S :
Arthur Browning, W ('. The lodge will meet
every Monday evening at li.ill-pnsl seven.
Jl'Ouk* Xkkouam went mil with M.\j. Foster
■o Leech river this morning, and will return
on Sunday next.
Bend yesterday evening speaks encouragingly [
of tho quiltU ledges of the Big Bend country :
—Quart/, claims are being recorded here; yesterday I taw quarts brought iu rich ia visible
gold; theso lodes will du good if capital he
got to work them, bul unforiunalely there Is
uot capital in cither colony to work tbem
and thc failure of other i|iiitnx lodus will
unlit..!.- against them ; the Cherry Creek
silver miue is rich Indeed, snd the uro uhiiu-
dant and easy to he worked, but a mill and
roaster is required on the spot to extract the
gold and silver therefrom.
AuetiTATtos.—Dr. Powell, assisted by Drs.
Dickson, Unggin and Davie, yesterday SU?-
ccssftilly amputated the foot of Mr. Andrew
Robertson. The patient was put undor
chloroform, and never felt thc operation till
it was completed ; ho is doing well to-day.
The cause of Ihe amputation was a fractured
ancle of 40 years standing.
Oosah Mails.—The Chronicle reports thnt
the government is about to abrogate the contract with the ('al. &. N. Co., ou account of
tho Active not having brought all the mails
last trip. Tho stoppage of the mails will be
a refreshing addition to our comforts, truly !
B. C. Elections.—Mr. Kelly, a resident
farmer, is likely to be elected member for the
Lilloct district, over Mr. Holbrook of New
Westminster. Mr. Geo. Wallace will probably be returned for Yale district, and Mr.
John McLaren for Cariboo East.
To xbb WBATUsn-wisR.—Large flights of
wild geese passed over tbe ciy to the southward, on Sunday night. Does it betoken an
early or severe winter?
Firemens' Elkotion.—Tha annual election
of Chief and Assistant Engineers for the Victoria Fire Department is announced by advertisement to take place on October 1st.
Gov. Sethour's Libels—The Chamber of
Commerce have prepared a lgug and elaborate
statement in reply to the mendacious despatches of Governor Seymour.
BcnsteS vs. Joseph Bros—This case wns
settled yesterday without a reference to thc
P'ivy Council, by thc payment by Joseph
Bros, of $3100, including costs.
The fine  stofte building recently owned by
. New Westminster, was sol
TELEGRAPHIC
Hiaropc.
Viknna, S'-itt 10.—Rirm WaltW
h-M iirrivi'ii 1'iinii Berlin, mnl n-KimiHl III*
duty of riusMiiu AhiImks idyt at. the
Court of Vipfiim.
BERIsTM, Sept. It).—U is concltiiU'd
Ihil IVussi i will uu' ullow tlio Kltltf <»('
Siix'iny to tnKB part iu ihe formation ol'
tho Nortli Gerinun CoufY'<l<*nuion.
Nl-:w Voiik, Bfpi 17 —The follnwiui:
is a clause in tlio text, ol' the trusty of
pence bptween Prnn«la uud Aifstrfa,
siune<l nt Prtfjrne, on tbo 23d of Aulhim,
tlic flotation <>f which hat tempted prn*
sin to rente her (lis bgndinctitti uud drnw
the Mwonl npniii : 'Tba Kmp'ror nf
AusJrln consents to thn Union of t1 e
IiOni^;iriio-Veiii-timi Kingdom with the
Jviu-rd'on of I inly, und the Kmperor
nii.ki'M no other condition thereto), than
tlmt the debts nttiiehoil to tho ceHttri ler-
ri'ii y shall Imj reeogu'zid in conformity
wilh tho treiity.'
Tin* following h N:ipr>l<-on's letter to
thc Kin-r nf Italy in reference to tin- cession of Vtnctia : " Mv brother,— I have
lerti'oed with pi en sure that your-MuJuutv
hns adhered u, thc nrralattco nnd jin-limi-
imries of pence limned iiy I'mswu and
Ausir-.i, It is therefore prolnvbln that n
new era of tranquility is uhout to opi'ii
for Kuropc Your Mnjesly kriOW0 that 1
accepted thc offer of Veuetia io order to
nave her IVoin any devastation, and to ,
prevent tmuleas bktodehed. My inteniou
has ulwuys been to restore her to licrscll',
iu order that Italy may be Ttte frnui the
Alps to tbe Adriatic. Vreno'la will soon
be able to exprc-s her wlitliu^ by tiniveisal
sidfr.i^e. YoUC MrjcHty will recognize
that iu these eircuttistunepi the action of
Prince hns again been PXpffMed iu fivor
uf humatiily and the iiuhpendriu e nf the
people. I rottew tho li^ui'iineo of tho
sentiuieut of high ecteeni and dfiieeru
friendship, witTi wiftoh I ton your Mnjtii-
ty's good brother,
Naiv)I.kos.
St. Ci.orn, August llth.
Lovoov, Septs U—Various diplomatic
changes are eon«Mered iiuiiiiiu-ni. iu Puris
The disiiii^sal of iMonyn de I.'lluys was
the en lij ee t uf loueh com men t, und it wai
bcheveil i> woul'l coiriuee to the preservation of pence.
FttKxcii UftKBKttSept. 1st, 1868.
KlMTrtR   OK TUK  KVlMIRQ   TKI.f CH ACII,—SlR !
— the Ditulng populntloo ut t!ii' drt'e, nf nil
tlie urOlkl uf this district, uuinberri ubuul 271
souls.
There j\rc !' claims mi French Creek I liking
out K'dfl. Sny nbout «ne-tliir<l th« number
makiuK'A-ajrcij ; another om-thirtl about one
ounce to tbe hand, uud the remaining o"e-
third nbo;it two ounces tu the hand. Uf the
nhove 8 duims two are nearly worked mn.
Mostly all the others will be worked out iu
five wettkfl from l It is date. The above nine
(.•'.aims are situate immediately above the
town, beginning with the Discovery, occupying about half a uule of the creek. There
are six other claims immediately above them
thnt mny strike go d this fall and winter, but
bpyoncl them the opiui in of the claim holders
arc doubtful of success owing to the rapids,
the fierceness of the stream, and the limited
means and nppiiuuees of the miners to work
on them; the only rcmninuig hope to prospect tho creek will be to divert the streams on
to the benches and thereby unwntcr ibe creek
Then nnd not tiil then can the deep chums
referred io above be worked, and tliere is a
strong Inducement to this mode of operation
as gold bas been found on iho benches latterly, nnd when the waters oi tbe creek will
be so directed, U can be beneficially applied
to extracting the jrold from the bench claims
by sluicing and livdruulicing process. As thc
miners arc at the present time unable to take
this work in hand, the Government should
step in with its aid Otherwise tho works may
be wholly abandoned this f*ll en the creek, in
■which cuse the official staff would have to be
disbanded.
Upon McCulloeh's Creek the problem as to
whether it possesses gold in paying quantities
or not will be solved in k couple of weeks by
tbe •* Piper" and Discovery claims ; the former is down upwards ot 100 feet and yet not
to the bed rock. The latter is to within 23
ffiet of the creek from the b ise of the mountain after driving their lumul to present dale
161 feet. Thc claims above these two for a
long distance have produced no good results
yet, butTirther up the creek upon tUt ground
some small pay has been aud continues to h-
,'■>  ,'■■■.'     I met  i** ininto--
buI   i'"' *  .o the land
tin- t'd in n ;m | - iw ,: titbeti (ro aw >v by the
■oeuiPT  i'  17 of ■•* immii w*re t'.ii.'i f«i Uoft-
I on ttu-ir v.-.i v  to iJrt •'
to wi- t-r ll   if  !..•■ n main ug 10 wei*e n*r the
vrreks   nu]   '■ ' t ■  ColtlUlh k   mi   n
|jtofp*ctffi4  t-n-r  tM  ^iwp*t*wri   were  all
'an,"d tt-e. io nl-'i ire I  ir.'hi ol' the  otheii
a\ I  n   Wt ie   "  de >>|   In
Miners i QOtlnni to le we ihe et-i-'k- d ulv n|
nhtui an are I tc i f i wn some C'-i lbe lair*
un the Colombia, othen tor tlio Genoa Ui v. r,
■ r tin ■■!'s;. it< bee an,
Victoria, wi'iUt no doubt a \trgts nu oilier will
go uu.'v by ibe net) trip nftba •■ !'•" >t earner.
InvlUOjr (ptivri/, Initti brtve been it»U£'< high j
up iti tin* tt oiioinhiK on Mc''ul nth'*, Pre neb
and iinother creek, bio I  ninnot   lee of what
avuil it  i*   to  tbe   d IQOTtrtr*,  OWittR   to  tin- i
M-arcity of capital iu  the mines nud tha dilli- j
cu ty to be encountered in getting machinery
io the re peedvi litei io work tbem
The illver mine ou Cherry Oeek is richi
the ore titiundunt and BMj li be worked;
iiever'heb'tf^ it is to lie te'/reited that the
colouists a id eolony ll in int\i a state tliat ho
valuatde a property ihonld be so long lel't i.i
n latopt itat»; the locality ap* ma to be nu* i
noli-i-d or luiWn.wn. ibaree^y any inrk of
proarepl txiiiiiiiiil, not even as in neb as an
inch uf public irall or rati ttrouffh all the
flel vnlliei f tmraned ; yet the mine i- oot
more t utn 4" milea from fe (' dumiiia und
about •"■*» miles from Ilie  naviwble HTBttM of
the m,h wati. tui I meaenred i" the places
vv ere lavorable grades citnld he had for ii
wagon ron i. connecting the mines with both
waters; Uilf eayi lUtla for lUe progress and
care of the natural and mineral resources of
that district of thu co ocv.
Yours faithfullv.
Juii.s Muuiil-:.
Tbe Emperor of  Brastl  has appointed  «
" Hoard of lie d'h" to i rVeStlfrflte and decide
what proprietary r medb s»hou Id tit* admitted
into the country and whut exeluiJed. After
some months session they hnve reported ron-
demuing them nil except Ur. J. C. A\ er '■ Uo'l
preparations. Three of tbQifi ihey recom«
mended the Bmperor to admit for ihe benefit
of the punllc health, while tbey bold tbe
fourth. I'lierry Pectoral, nude:-adviseuient dr
furt'er Inforimitfori rejjieititi;; one id' Iti in-
grcdoirs -- morphine, which white lu e\-
lemlVely employed and s<< highly <<ieemtd U
a remedy in ihis country, is murn-ly known
in thut. (if nil tlie otlir medicines before
ilu in. the Imperii! commission say, " uo one
ofth-m merlti any favor whatever, or pro-
teeiiorl ir m this Oovernrtifl t, as they contain
nothini' new nor any Ipeciftu virtues not folly
known toil used by our own physicians.1
The 1 tn peri 11 Government hns accordingly
prohibited them nil ir >m i dmission through
t ie custom hoiife, except tiie remedies of 0 r
distinji'ii shed cmintrymeii uhove men Infled -
a diseriuiiuatiou by ilu ir leanied men very
like ihat to which experience has led the
American people.—Doitoil Herald.
special tfotlcc*.
Mn. Zinm t'egs to an moe to ihe Innnhjt*
ants ot % ictori:i that he hit* laiely received a
large agsoluiuut ot Children's Oltrrhtgi'J and
Obaiis, ri'luii,' It.ilkeH and Kishieg Oancs,
utd j laiv qmntity of Altrket and Iravu line
llaskets, China V-i.-cs, Kan. »* Oo idd and Toys,
nil i-f wliicli IhiVf to be soil on or bptore
Kebrn irv nest *l ui-eulv reduced p/ioeS
Qoodri sold at wlio'p-;iiln tor eo«t pnees.      *
AtKXwniiK's 'ii.ovi:— Monsrs.*J. N. Turner
.t Co., London tloini. have received to-day,
by Kxpress IVom Paris, n fiill assortment of
alc^andre's famous kid gluv-, for which
tliey are the .iolc i:;cii a iu VaOCUUVOr (slaud
ai.J UrUlsh [it lumhin. *
Mn. Dionv I'.\i.Mi;it requesti that orders for
ts(iclung, playing and tuning Pin mfertes, nnd
for instruction ;u Sinking, may he left Willi
Mosirs. Hibben k Carswell, Si ... i
Uuol.-r! er,, Oovernmeni street, or ut bis rest-
ddni'i . near the iqp ot  I on ••ireet. *
Ai'timv PiSMiosa* — t'res goods for
autumn, uud h>\* tor the nutumi s-a-nn, of
tbe latent *t>'Ui with feathers tu mute •, have
ju.-i lieu received at t o Losnox llouaa,
(Ibrernraenl tflieet, in io days from London.
N( w Adv«Ttis# nt Mils.
RED LION HOTEL,
GOVEUNMEXT STREET.
'I'HE   A';i>\'K X\MKH    INiTKl,   1IWIM;
i    0' III  Up0lll*lj   liv
JOE      E U E KT ,
Hi* nil! he   lltppv «>   m-ct h|s   Irifiids   on nl!
ocra-iou-, itt]    wi I f'iruisb tliem with
Ihr heft of
Wine , Liquors, A'e, Porter, &c -
and t iy:ar8.
IIOAUH AND LOIlCMMO RSR DAV, |1,
r-7r Brtgitelle and Bkitfes
Call and see th,, i*.<uiili;dime"t.     JOB pre- 1
itdei* snd kc |m order. te lu
- -
1'or 9ale jL'x Uamden,
New A'iViTtiRrlili'lllS
Queen Chorlolte Coal Mining Co.
[LIMITED.)
Notico   (f   AFScsjment.
4 T \ hlKBTIN'a OF DICBOTOM OF THE
„\ nlmvi1 t-'uMipuny held this dn\ thc follow*
ing resolution was parsed :—
■* Thai iui Assessment ef Sixpence sterling
per *-hurc on A shares I 8 now mad**, puytible
to the Secretin- im tbe clfii e of' ihe I ompnnv,
it or I'cf' re ibf SMb int.. between thc hours
uf 11 A. M. and 3 P.M. daily."
■J. H. WILLIS,
Corner Iirund and Treuiu-ebts. )
September €th. 1800.
Secretary*
ie 7-td
Mn. I-'ui i mas renuea'i ui to Itate that be
is about in reiiow his Variety iWrefiom
Waddington Alley and corner of Uovernmi •■'
und Curmuraut itreets to tbs liwgs store oo
Jo nson   street   known   as   tba   "'jici
Saloon.'' #
If hrx en MiLi.ivKv   Ths millinery depart-
tneut at London lluu-e \< now under ilu- inm-
egbme t of a lady wbu arrived by I.i*i sieani-
er from PftHs.-'J. H. Tuhnku k Co; *
IleLI."WM's 1'llLK—lit^J'l.HM Mil BuW«l Ccinpliiilltv.
— Ill  «) iiiilmilf-.   nr« cii'i pr.'M'nt,  .u tl   tl    left mi.it.
taupod  f Kfitutiy  tirinente fiiiiu.   it  Kimald  b-
«»cr>v\li 18 known tint l>uth cltulem mnl tlhirliipt ■!■ •
[t«i d mi tin' prvvpn's of unnto nnd'g^meil ihbituneetn
tht'"lien i:Ii er huwuh, or mviio   ilt-l. trri<>Ut  tTits ter in
the btal, una thai lbulow.t\*j PlUi cin expel either
wiili n m nud expedition. Tbey cono nl «t« Inantir-
pflitUf degree pnrifyingr. uttiTiiative. rtjtidait'if mid
ctreniri1t',.,ii]g fpcilitfcf, nnl tli l* exert t.vertven tu-
torinil nr.au (,.ie wlmUtomoD controlling itilln-n; ■<<
neci'ssHiy f..i *nti-luim.' vxc n-ive npiion in the huinan
fruee. Ht'lltW y'n ttlOiMoipe nmv he ndr^iiliipp-'Slj-
inkra ng n ItlPnni if keeping ih> 1<1 <»il pure and the
hmly rnil—the on'y praotlCfl lo plnn if m .iat;iiin.i^
iiea th id \uu h, in iili"i'd. mill <>bl Hirv.
Tui; I'ririR'a lua ..\n-rnmv Dwis' VrtuTtiiu I'ain
Ku.Liirt — T. c Clnuite t Kmiiv nedlcme oflh« \*g —
Taken iiitiinm'ly, i nins su den C" d', couple, tic ,
woiik eteni ich, jfL-iieiil ileblltty, nuref^v lort mouth,
canker, liver lonjdoat, rtymtepsli n Indtgolttor,
cramp aid ptin in tho stuii.acli, b»wei complaint,
pnhots' fidic Atiiiii: oholen, dUrrbeet, uud dv-en-
tprv. Atlup KXTi::tvAitY, cures fflnm, hoili i nd old
t'lttH, si",-, r ■ berai ruiI !>ca'rf*, mite, brdlnta aid
lprainet*Wflllei| j^nin, rU»gwotia and tetter, brok u
brtaitn, irmtiil fi-L-t ;iiil fchilblalne. tonthubn, pain io
kbp faie, oeonlgla aad rtK'Umat'ftn. It is »tuie
iein-.lv f-.r Aj(iie and CliilU and I'Vvtr.
bS
i*
_     3
OPPOSITE TIIK TKLEGRAI'H OI'FK'IC.
For ii  glass  of ciioico  liquor go   lo the
"lirotHi,"
Tliere  "none BUT the1 best'" you   will
find is tin: uiotlo.
Mint Jiiii-p-', Slieri'j Cobblers—everylliing
lloslrtlfr, Rorkir, nn<! iotaHurt'tllttart,
Orrt'im CIiUt In bb't. nnd rnM>.
(tar I In ra*k», kalf«taiki in"' (»•«»•
Saulrrnf nnd faUfornli IVIilte U'lnc,
I'rcncli IllObol 90 O.P.,
i ii:, Cllqnuf, 1ii:nm  uu I   l.'oIli'ne«T «'!.;ini-
Ollfnt,
<n:l Iii 'lore nn   OKOrtarflt  ol' (r'tiidy |
and l.lqnnrs nil!nb!c fur tlic rriido,
W Depot of Havana Cigars.
UNANIMOUS
NOMINATION!
OF
Pelug-e Engine Company
[FOR
Assisiiiut Engineer,
T. J. BURNER
BC 0
EU0KSB THOMAS,
Viiti •> street.
LBorbcr?  &  Rnefi,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Ini]Kii'UMsnnil Wholesale IXuk-s in
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS,
Jioots txtitl  Shoes,
Wlnirf Rlrpi-t. Vlplorln, V. I, ne •!
Mrs.   Hein
REI'I'S   CONSTANTLY  ON"   HAND  THK
iciestlaahlualin
ISA ILLIUERY,
— A i —
Prices  to  Suit the Tiires,
OllVKiiNMKNI'     STRBBC
Hetwi'Pn Fori. nnil Ilrmipliinn. so ft
Jesse   Cowpei%
^   ***
Wtiolcaale ond Uiiu 1 Dealer in
if
LEATHER,
—AND—
SHOE     FINDINGS,
-YK TES    STREET,
Opposite wells, parho itc.'
At the nl'l Btnnd nf Wttbiter k Co., tt
prepare!) lo Btippljf ilie waain ol lie
public in his line.
The Latest BtVles
IJeceiveil hy every urrivnl Irom  Knulni C
and Sun Kiiiii"i"i-o. se 'i
The Only Sure Way to Save the
Country !
IS 'I'H PAThONlZfe
0AMBE0X*S   fStAKD   PRO0TJOB
N'o.   is   Port   -iii'ci,   oppoilti   Mi-.   Honl'l
Boardlog-boui u.
LUMII.II'.S AND HOTfcL-KBKPBIlS WILL
I find almyi an basd I'ri'sh, cheap, aud
good
Id nnl Tegctnbltl nml Pro it,
Island l-'isli ami Qarae nt* all sorts,
lildnd Bgga mnl Batter,
Islaini \'eni.on eiil to nnlor,
Island Poultry, io., kc, tc.
N. B,—I lie-e'iy luakt' known lo ite public
thauli&Vihg ihado fcrrAogeifleuts with oeftala
isliunl farmers to sell their prodaCj I am
from this date prepared to sell i'he»|iiT than
any I'hiiui'iian peddler that ever ate rloe—
" So walk ob, John !"
Augutt iTth,  1HGG. se 17-lm
BILLIARD SALOON.
fOItMClt (OVEIlVJltvr AM) YATC9 STS.
XTI>- STAI R.S .
Entranse on Tates  Street
se 3-lm
Relief   for   the   Afflicted.
THE IN'TIHHILTTIUN Ul'
Perry     F>avi
Vegetable Pain Killer
To tlie SnfferillH  Ilninnni'y of this Age
hou reiiovetl more pain, and OAtwed more
reul joy tUun uny other one tiling tlint can
lie nfiroed.
NOTICB !        NOTICE !!
1 1R0M THIS DATE THE r,NDF,nSl(',N'En
i      has cnoclnded to reduce his price ONE
HAI.l''; uud hereafter the
FINEST WIRES AND LIQUORS,
ALE,   UKkZll,  &.c, kc,
. Will be served at the
'  METROPOLITAN"
At TWELVE AND A HALF CENTS
per sample.
The public will plaase call and sample, und
Invaluable   Remedy.
Our first Pliyslclans  use ii,  and  recommend
ii,  art |   tlie   Apothecary finds  it   first
amutig the medicines culled lor, uud
the wholesale DrugpistconildTt
ii  a  IriuliDg article  of his
trade,    All the dealers
iu medicine speak
alike  iu ii* l.i-
v.ii: :iin] ils
repotfttion ai a ncdlalne of great
luclil and  Virtue  i."  fillly and |.innii-
nciilly   established,  and   it   is   Ihe great
Family  Mcd'cine   of  Iho  Age.
Every Volunteer should have n bottle,ln cast
of sudden altacks of Disease.
Tnken Internally, cures
Sodden Colds, Coughs, kc,
Weak S'Olll'icIl,
General Debility,
jSursinc Sore Mouth, Canker,.
Liver Complaint.
Dyspepaiiior. Indigestion,
Cramp and pain in the Stoumcli,
How el Complaint,
Pumtero' Colic,
Asiatic Cholera,
Diurhceu and Dysentery.
Taken externally cures
Felons, Boils, ami Old Sores,
Severe Uni'ns and Senilis,
Cuts, Bruises and Sprains,
Swelling of the Joints,
Ringworm and Tetter,
Broken Breasts,
Frosted Feet nnd Chilblains,
Toothache,
Puiu in the Fuce,
Mcurul^'u und Rheumatism.
F-A.I3ST   KILLEE,
%
Tnken intcrnnllv, should be ndulternted
wiih milk or water, und sweetened with
sugar, if desired, or made into a syrup
with tuolusses. For it COUGH anil
Bronchitis, a lew drops on fcujrur, eaten,
will lie more rft'ectiv^ than anything else.
For SORE THROAT, ciu'rIo the throa,
with a mixture of I'aiu Killer uud water,
and the rel.ef is immediate und cure positive.
5gy iPshould not be forgotten that
•tlio rain Killer in equally us eood to
lake   internally   as   to   usu   externally. i «'j I *tvt^^awmaaa***avtamttaat^tmst*t**ttmm
A l.ii«-ini)  Neighborhood.
■«
The London correspondent of a Western paper wiiies : Iu the northwe«tem
corner ol London, near'he beautiful open
labia ol Keiiaal (Jrecti and I- ilbui'i, there
Ih formed hy the junction of two canals a
very pretty lakelet, on one Bide ol which
ia a noUle row of houses forming Warwick Creseni, while the other side is built
iu villas and culled BlooinOeld llond.
One of the finest homes in Warwick Crescent was the London residence of the
gifted Mrs. Browning, and is still occupied
by her husband, Robert Browning.—
Friends in passing point to nn upper window of the elegant mansion nud say,
"That was the room iu which Mrs.
Browi ing studied and wrote." Almost
uny lino day the past three years, you
would have seen a crowd of people collected ou the bridge and watching the
iiHgniliiviit rowing of a young fellow on
the little lake. That young fellow is the
sou, of Florentine birth, so often and exquisitely leferred to in the poems of Mrs.
Browning. Whether or not he will ever
develop nny of the literary genius of his
parents, he is unquestionably a splendid
boatman. He is now about seventeen ;
goes to Oxford this year ; nnd will be u
good " muscular christian," even if he
does not excel as poet nnd scholar.
Just across the I ikele', iu nno of the
elegnnt villas of Bloomfitdd Road, lives
iiniith, r man of mark and fame in the
world—n poet, All orator, a patriot and nu
exile. Jt is Gottfried K'hkel, the story
of whose release from thu Prussian prison
by tho during ingenuity of Carl Schurz
was recently told iu a I'uris paper, L'
Ecenemcnt.
I remember as a boy seeing Dr. Klnkel
on his visit to Iho United Slates. What
u magnificent specimen of manly beauty,
und even of majesty, he was 1 When,
after the lupse ol so iiiimy years, I met
bim ngain iu London, I found truces of
time, of toil, of anxiety, disappointment
and grief. His hair, which wus ouco us
bluck as the ruven'l plume, is now white;
he is getting halil ; nnd tbat athletic
frame, which Prussian cruelty conld not
■bow, is beginning to bow lo the weight of
years and sorrow. He has had deep domestic sorrows, of which I need not spenk
nnd the greater griof of his heart must
be the blighting of the patriot's hope for
Germany. He has toiled most industriously, first in Edinburgh, then in Loudon. He has achieved the highest jiosi-
tion as a lecturer on art nnd literature,
nnd now Ihe crown of honor nnd of success io his re.-ent appointment to n Professorship iu tlio renowned University of
JCurich. He has accepted thc position,
and will enter upou its duties in September.
Ilefore leaving this beautiful spot by
the little Lonoou. lake, let me mention the names of somo other celebrities
who live near. Jast around a corner,
nnd down a short street, you come into
Weslboui'tm Terrace, where lives thc lion
and ricv. Baptist Nod, and where the
great Richard Cohdcn used to dwell.
Seen from the back windows of Ur.
Kiukel's house is tho residence of Cam-
pniiclla, the Italian exile, to call upon
whom Guriboldi, two years ago, startled
enr qniet neighborhood by his more than
regal presence. A little way from Cam-
panelln'8 houso is ii street culled St. John's
Wood Road, whore lives the artist. Sir
Edwin Landseer. In the litllo churchyard of St. Mary's, wliicli is near cur
lukelct on another sido, are Ihe graves of
Mrs. Siddotis and of poor Tom Hnyden,
thc prtiat.
A new biography of loan of Arc, the
maiden soldier of the French, hns this
evidence of her tender womanliness;
'Jeanne was nsked which she liked best
to carry—her standard or her sword.
' I liked to carry my standard 40 limes
better than my sword. And I always
carried my standurd myself when I attacked the enemy, to avoid killing any
one; and indeed I never did kill any one.'
*s
New Advertisement*.
FACTS vs. THEORIES.
" Give mo a place to rest my lever on,"
»ays Archimedes, "and I will move the
world." " Give ine pure and unadulterated
drugs," says Medicus, of tho oldeu time,
*x aud I will cure disease."
Iu one sense, both of these learned pundits
were the veriest charlatans. They knew there
wns io place to rest their lever on, either to
move the world or cure disease. Mechanism
was in a backward state, nnd the medical profession was bnt anothei name for sorcery,
and all the adjuncts of magic filters and
charms o' the " evil eye," ke.
But these latter days have borne nr.lo ns
something more tban even superstition and
its crew ever dreamt of In their maddest phi.
lo8ophy. In these days of practical science,
what was theory of yesterday if fact to-day,
and alt the old time notions become as bubbles
ia the sun, and burst and break with every
breath we draw.
Let Archimedes shoulder his lever and we
will find a resting place for it to move the
world. Let mine ancient Medicus pant and
toil no more for the drugs he so sorely needs,
for we have them at our band, ever ready to
serve them nt his beck.
Refined in the laboratory of Dr. Mn.si.iel,
tbe finest materials known In tho n.edical pro
fession are obtainable by any on<>. His
Billions, Dyspeptic, nnd Diarrbcea Pills stand
unrivalled, aad his Salve operates with magical effect npon burns, scalds, and all sores and
ulcers of the skin. •
lo fact, ne think Magsiul's Pills and Salve
are the wonder of this centnry, and we are
happy in the thought that many others of our
ALICE   BROWN'S
FANCY   TWIST
SMOKING TOBACCO
JUST RKCE1VKM AT
A.   F.  KEYMEB'i,
Together with some fine
HAVANA CIGAR* DIRECT.
Also on hand
Wine Sap, Peach, Apricot, Mary's Own,
Light Pressed, Natural Leaf, Butf.ilo
Tongue, and Atlantic Cable
Tobacco.
JU3T RECEIVED  PEK  BARK RIVAL
A Fine Assortment of
Meerschaum   Pipes.
Call and examine.
se 5-lm
WILLIAM   LYONS,
SHIPPINO
— AUD—
Commission      Agent,
On the Corner of
Wharf and Johnson Streets.
fo. 3-2in
Everett's Exchange,
STORK  STREW,   V. I.
'I'HE PROPRIETOR RESPECTFULLY IX-
1 forms his friends nnd the public Ihat he
has opened his old stand in Storo street, where
he will keep as before tlw finest nualitv of
WIXES, LIQUORS, and CIOARS.
Come and see.
se 3-lm       PAT. EVERETT, Proprietor.
CARRIAGE   PAINTING
IS ALL its n RAN CUES,
Yates Street,
Between Deluge Engine House
and (he International Hotel.
Work   solicited,  aad   done   on   tho most
reasonable terras by
\V. M. KEOHAN.
sc 2-1 m
The "Grotto,"
OPPOSITE THE TELEGRAPH OFFICE.
For a plass of choice  liquor go  to the
"Grotto,"
There " sone but the best '' you  will
find is the motto.
Mint Juleps, Sherry Colliders—ovcrytliinn
cooling ;
Cotnc yu thut do thirst, you will Cnd Ils
no fouling.
bo 2
A. & ff. WILSON,
Home and Ship Plumbers
CASFITTERS,
BELL-HiRGERS k TINSMITHS
FORT   STREET.
All order* promptly attended to
se 2
Miscellaneous.
NOTICE.
NOTICE !        NOTICE ! I
I^ROM THIS DATE THE UNDERSIGNED
JL has concluded to reduce his price ONE-
HALF ; aad hereafter the
FINEST WINES AND LIQUORS,
ALE,   BEEU,  &c, &c,
Will bc served at the
'METROPOLITAN"
At TWELVE AND A HALF CENTS
per sample.
Tho public will please call and sample, nnd
satisfy themselves that thc very best is to be
bad at the above price.
T. J. RURNES,
Metropolitan Saloon, Store street,
au 26
Chains and Anchors.
TWENTY TONS CHAIN
Short Linked and proved from J to J
AND
a. 3xr o n o :r s ,
From 20 to 800 pounds.
For Sale by
PETER M'QUADE,
au 23 Wbarf street, Victoria.
In the Supreme Court of Civil Justice
Vancouver Islantl.
UST   BANJERTXPTCrSr,
Friday the 241b day nt August, A.D. IMS,
W'HERKAS A PETITION FOR ADJUIil-
cntion o' Han'.r iptcy, bearing 'la'e tlic
24th dny nf August instant, hns been dii y
lili'd hy Charlel Dupund, of (/'milium IS.iy
Road. Victoria District, limner, nnd heb wing
been declared a Bankrupt, is hereby required
to surrender himself 10 His lienor Joseph
Net bain, Chief Justice of the .Supi-riii"
i ourt of Civil Justi.o of Vancouver Island,
aforesaid, oa Wednesday, the Ml. il.y of
September next, at 11 o'clock in the forenoon,
precisely, nt the Court House, Jnroes liny,
Victoria, nnd make a fall di-eovery and disclosure of his estate and elTects, when and
where thc creditors are to come prepared lo
prove their debts and at the first sitting to
ch oso Assignees nnd commence the examination of tbe Bankrupt, and at the Usl silting
the Haukrupt Ii tn liuisb Iih inst examination
All persons indebted to the said Bankrupt
or who Imve nny nf his elfc.1", uro not to pay
or deliver the same but to David Lindsay, of
Government street, the I'fllcial Assignee appointed, aad give notice to
ROIIE11T BISHOP, Solicitor,
nu2G Bastion Street, Victoria.
A   Triumph    of    Science
— A.ND--
THE  LIGHT   OP   TIIE   WOULD
DR. MAGGIEL'S
PILLS   & SALVE.
Ihnne \, fay -jrlvng  r>m«lf»* nr* m v,  fur   tb«  Art
• "•-, g v-   imiii ch to tu   w r -l    for over tijfiaitOE
•f A -tDltjry ol (iri  at • practice ihi'ingte IlhIh iu Urn*
Life-Giving Pills
H v    he n  line I  will, llm irre'tast
ini**! oi  in  n t on e    -    - —*    •
Tlieir
Victoria Turn Verein.
i LL   MEMBERS   OF  THE   ABOVE   IN-
ttitution who wish  to attend regular
inie*iin Ih ii tony ,,, , vent lets .hut lo r.ire
Th« ''• rr\, o-l If,. r»rl>H« ...thill', by hell (bo
iwlleilt ia differing, ami ro 'nvlgi.m'e. t « :,,]„,.
sy«.••.... T ill .•;,•,. I ».il lnlt.ui .,,,,„•, I „., „ ft], .„.
val.ai.le I'll,  S uill  mve in l,e
A VERY FOUNTAIN OF TOOTH,
► rln.rer  eaa.  l>, il.l a*. life and ..tally, nml
e-Lre Il.e W in  „ e ,„„i,   i„ thoir    rlsll le.Ti
Ilie lOIIIK i,„     ml   ,||. ijp-d   ||„y   „i||   ,,,„,. m,„i in.
Vain lie, 11 ■  a   r«,  y, tpoclllr  snd Mer Inr  medic	
•re iiu ,|r,'«tn r.mlized. thu P-*aflfadt*£aon tuuglr
t, ritii... hundred years ngii. ant never f nml. He
look cl for a f io lain thai would nalura Hie o'il t"
'..gur and make youth ,.VUr
An Eternal Hpring!
It VMlpft for'IiIb-I't nnl   hniir to rt*|lR* Hip drMffl
nml   *h-»w hi  i>iir.;d<rtidii   fuel  Iho uii^io tlul iiadti
i1- im.
TUESR  FAMOUS  REMEDIES
Cannol ItiTtK- light nlyeai,, bnl lliey emn lore, back
US   I10M  .,l„,i,,||,e.i«,.   Iial  ml   1,1m ti   lira,   t,e
ag 'I und   un   \••■an<      latl  leno  tie,Hate   liirn,  hui
>, lla Ilie la,,,mill,, „, |i.„ tun.l,   i|i„, oir«n.  Whan lak.i.i
a« i'f..  il.. il -
For Billious Disorders
Nollitnirean 1* nmw p-nluelhe „f enrr tjmn lata*
I'iIIi—rlieir almn.i m.gla imi ,,,,,.,. |a rait at n Da I
aadtha uaoal cue nltanli i*fthM in st itl«trea,lnti
*'••• «« iiiujied.   Buaf r,in.die. aro nude from
tha j,i run
VEGETABLE COMrOUNDS.
Thy will not harm Ihe moat delicate tamale, and
e* i hi ai . n with gnml affoct iu |iro.crllml daaan to
tha youngeat tuba.
For Cutaneous Disorders
And all cm tl"«««r th«<kiu,i)ie SAI.VR i. mo.| |B,
valiuhle. ll .In,-. „ t l,w,l , xteildilly ,U..n , bul la'lle-
iroaairlih tlie mo« a archlug elf cu to tho ver, iuot
of ihe evil.
DR. MAGGIEL'S PILLS
Invariably cure the following Diseases :
Atttinu,
U"W»1 Complalat^
Con«hf,
OoMm,
Clint Pi frticn,
UtMliVnvn,
Disrrh ■*,
DnipiT.   I
,  _       . *>»tr mil kfi t,
HftmnVf.nmpliinl-,
bea'lficlie,
Indir iti>'ti,
Infl'tfln,
Inflmnni   tinn,
lnwsril Wt-nkneM,
LJ rr C'lu/lii. t.
Luwir*"- of Spirits,
Rinirwiirm,
Kheumtl nxn,
bait     I «.tmf
tfo*t4*,
• Skin DUeiiieii.
sfjf NOTICE— \*onejf#irln» without the tfBtMr^
trsilc-msrk • r*»'in<l iMi-h p'*' «r hoi, stgn«H In nil j,
MV (Jl -I., 43 Fulion itresl} N;w i ork, to c»iintftfc i
whlrh il tel'.uv.
jy Sold by nil r«ini*etnbl« n-slort In V^lrin«>i
thromrh"iit th« United 8 sU>s and Csn id*--*l it eninn
perbux or pot
Miscellaneous
CHAS. F. BARNARD, M.D.,
SUltOICAL k MECHANICAL
l''ort •'.roi't, one door enst of Uoveriiment,
Viciorin, V.I.
Ilr. II. Iiercliv tcmlers liia prntefiil ncknnw-
ledj'tiieiits to Ilie cilir.ens of Vietorin for their
libernl fjstttanagt ihns fur, nml liope.-i by u.eu-
tlonntt'Iy condticl iiti'l stiict npiilicii'iou lo
bnlltHI to merit it further toiitinuimeo ol
frtvorn.
When ileaircil will visit pirties profession-
n 1 ly nl their resiilenee*. All liranclicK of thc
profession mienileil to. Terms reasonable.—
Office hours from 8 a.m. lo fij p.m.
mi 2.1 lm*
TOBACCO PLANT
ARRIVAT, OF AN0THEB CARGO FROM
Virginia & Cuba,
VIA 'ASriNWAU.,
Of Ihe most   Celebrated Brands ol
TOBACCO   &   SEGARS
EVER IMPORTED
Rnmplcs can bi had  nt the '< ADKM'II',"
comer Vales nnd Governuiciit streets.
Arrival of a few more Plants
by the " OaUfornia."
t&r OWme of C. F.  Green's Victoria
uml Ksijuiiiiult Kxpresd.
r. clupdmx,
to 2 AnKLl'llI SEOAR .STORK.
CHARLES    BERNARD,
Manufacturer and Dealer in
FAMILY CHARTiS COFFEE.
And Spice* of all kinds,
No. 707, Sawome street, corner Gold,
Between Jnrkunn «nil Pflnfic.
First Premium awarded by ths Mechanics1 /»-
stituie for the best Coffee and Spices.
The proprietor Iwrinir introduced irfteftm
Power in liis Mmiufnctory, lift now incrensed
fitciliiicfi to supply tlie trnde and the pub'ic in
general. All articles from bll Kstabliflhrneni
mr gunrnnteed to he piro nnd unadulternlvd.
The public Hre reRpecttuIly invited to call and
convince thomselvea Country ordersproniplly
attended to. so 2
BRITISH    PERIODICALS.
The London Quarterly Review (Conservative)-
The Edinburgh Review (Whig)
The Westminster Review (Radical)
The North British Review (Free Church)
— AN»	
Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (Tory)
Thft fo ir R«vJfW| rr-pnMi«lip<l hy M^itrn. Fmrr k
Co,, nr** •■iiiMily 10 M'l-'.il nn Pi9 liiviit It'vlow#,
miii iu.i. uw.i.n; fiim bftfl jit'ly rlnrril In IhtMfllv
nnk. UIimit ln,ii'n I"- « nli r mini ■ pii Iiniii«ii« of
till* nln**, wh lever nmv htj hU mn«Wl I nforin ition,
tn\\ poo i bo Hlto«*tliiT lltlllOd tin' I nu.' in whlrh lit-
liven—tmiI in iitrif tinx's h pfiko'intiv Inoii K«'t Wttt
fnr buliini. Tliey tn-y \n> eto\ ami itudlfil «uh nl.
vnn<*--p hy il.e pvojilfl oi thu cu nun, if evory tttttd
mnl |urtv.
I^r- MjlCRWOOn U nini»nalK Ktt'Kcllvn lit tM.
litne tn American*, not only fir It' sen I arti-'ten by
■ If linMiilii'il wrileiiof Hi'l'l n. bill for lie MeuQUl of
Htt latw civil \v r now heiog wilttei f>y C I. Von
H'irk", niiif-nunnflicr, chief. <-*.\tift lo Gen. J. E. I).
.-tu»rt, of thw Cuiifi'.lr r«ie nrmy.
TERMS   FOR   18«6.
For injnne of the Revlewn.. 11 prr «minm
K"r»n> two of iho Review*  7 "
For any (hrecof the T.evlewi 10 "
Knrallfuur of the Kerivwit IS •*
Foa niackwo'fl'e Mi/nitn- 4 "
K<TBlackwood and nno Bovl w  7 '*
For  Hid kw.ocl nnd txny two of i lie   Ite-
vl-Wi .10 "
For I Uckwof.il ami three of tho Hevlew.,.13 *
Fur BUcKword and the four lievit-wi 15 "
CLUBS.
A di •mount oftioenly percent. wl'T l*e a'lowed to clubn
pf fnur nr inure |»erwniH. Tool, f■ -'tr <■ pieu of
Hlftekwend. or of on" I evlew will be went to one- ad-
dress nrtriM). Konrcopiei of tiie four lie vie wa and
H..ickwood. for$46) and rood.
POSTAGE.
When tent by mnil, the 1'ohtaoi to nny part nf the
Uini'il t lex wl'l be ut t»eut.-ionr cent* a yenr for
" LAi-Kwoon,1' and but eigut ecnu * y«»r for each of
the Hi virwi.
Re :ucecl Prices for previous years-
Subscriber* mny obtain 'he Kep.inU iimneaiiUely
precedlug 48f'6, as foll.-wi, tit. \
Ulrulirond from S pi, nr.er. 18^4. to December, 1805
inritnivc, ai the rateof $2 60 a year
The North IlrUish fmm Jmuary. 1803, lo I'leccmher.
1-05, ii>clu*ift.i tlie E-tinhttrgh n<! tne UVrfmuurfrr Jr. m
- p il- 1864, |n Ih-ioui «', |85>, Inelutivf. Hnd the
Ltmlon Quarterly lor the year 18 6, nt the rate of $1 HO
a yoar lor each or any    evl-w.
stSf A few copies yet rem-In ofnfl the four iJcuvufW
for i*)63 it $4 i net, or (1 60 for any one.
LEONARD   SCOTT   &   CO.,
rubliehcrs, 38   Walker Street, JV.  T*
h.S. *Co.,n1iopublUh tha
Mi^oelloneoW.
LEATHER,   HARNESS,
AND
Trunk Manufactory.
WM. DALBY & CO.
WE TAKK THR I'llE-sRNT OPPORTHN-
ity to thank our numcruiis ciiitoni.ra fvr
■ lie libernl pairiiiiii'.'O bamnwrd upon up, and
lo iiiliirin lb>'iii nml the pulilir. in jri-iirr.il thnt
we nre now c«rrjrit'5r on. in connection with
onr l,E \THKIt STUItK, tl.n moniifmtur. of
HARNESS of nil ilrHcriplions, .ISO TIllINKH
und VAM.SES. We hive conntKnlly on hand
a Intft, ftssortmnil of ISLAND TANNE'i KIP,
UALF, llAHNESfi, StIMC, WELT, KTllINO
and GRAIN LEATHER; alfo » iren.rul •>•
sonrnent of SHOiJM AKKtt'S FINDINGS.
1'nrtiea rci|uirinK anything in our lin*
uliould give na a triil, ni we will supply them
cheaper than an; liouae norlh of Sau Francisco.
BELTING   MADK  TO   ORDER.
Terms   CiihIi.
Wm.  Dalby  St, Co.,
Tatos street, Victoria, V. I.
Antrimt 2 tli, IRlit. »u 20
THE   ONE  THING   WANTED.
HOLLOWAY'S TILLS.
The Blood.
These fntsons pills nre ao composed tha
they operate wholesomely on the stomach, the
liver, the bowils, and other organs; by correcting any derangements in tbeir functions
whereby a steady supply of pure materials tor
th. renewal ol the Blood is lurnished, and a
constant abstraction qf effete products is effected. Tins perfect circulation thus becomes
the very b'luii.iln of health ond life, nnd overcomes ull form of disease wherever ils situa.-
tion.
General DI»or<lern of Ilie Liver
and Mtomach.
All who ever indulge a' '.able, either in ent.
ing or drinking, should take nbout ten of thes-
l.iiii.iii:. lull:' iu bed time, from which will re.
suit a clear bead and good stomach the It 11 .tying morning. Thousands of Ladies are always complaining of sick headaches, want o
appetite, want of energy, and wnnt of strength,
to correct al! these evils, ihree or four ol these
PillH should bc taken twice a week, when ihey
would give thc invalid .oo health anil appelit.
of a ptougliman.
FcmalcM of all Aires and Maine*
Obstructions of any kind, either in yoonj
or those between forty and fifty—th- most critical pel iod of life--may bo radically iemo.--4
by using these Pills according to the printed
directions wbich nccumpnny each box. Vmiioj
pi i'mimh with sickly and sallow complexions
may have tlie bloom of health restored by tills
corrective, wl ich purities the blood and expels all gross and impure humors from lhe»ys-
tem. Hewnre tlsea of tho critical ape Iron
forty to filly, as it sends many thousands tn
premature grave,—these Pills should be Inkei
u that period ol lite two or three tin.es *
teek
Want  of Strength nnd Energy.
Persons of sedentary habits, or those troubled in mind, working in Factories or Coal
Pits, who cannot obtain that ninoiint of (rest,
air and exercise which nut ure requires, suffei
from weakness and delility, lowuess of spirl.l
and \v 11 nl of appetite. All such should lake .
lose or two ol the^e Pills nvr-ty three or font
days, as ibey net gently and eU'eitnally nn Ih.
system and impart vigor and energy lo ih.
body, which is always followed by a good
appetite, sound and refreshing sleep, aod •
high flow ol spirits.
For the Cure or B»iopsj.
The cfliccy of riollowny'a Pills in Dropsy
is extraordinary. Ttity act with such a peculiar effect iipii'i the system, that tha fluid'
causing this direful complaint, nre perreptibl
carried off. and presented from any furtliel
accumulation. The sufferer regains • buoyancy of spirits and rejoices in a completely
renovated constitution. It is indispensably
necessary thnt the Ointment should be most
effectually rubbed into the complaining pai'jl
during lbe w hole course of treatment.
Children und their Allmente,
In no country in the world nre more children
carried to an early grave than in Great Britain.
Coughs, Measles, Scarlatina, Fevers, and other
Jiseases Attack the little sufferers, and death,
bul too often, follows nt a rapid pace ; yet if
at the first stage ol ll.ese complaint?, parent,
were to hnve recourse to Holloway's Pills, nil
danger would be avoided, for the stomach
and bowels wouM oe gently but effectually
cleansed by this mild aperient; the depraved
numors correctea ano mc secretions dni.7 regulated. A perfect cure would "oon ba effected, and tbe I'ttle patient restored to soum*
health.
Hollowly' Pi. f ve tie best blown remedy la tk
world f** ths following dlscasis:
Fold »l the fsubilsliment of rmr.»or Holloway, Ml
.-'iranil, (near Temple Bar.) L niton ; al." hy sll re.poet'
•hie Dntgffuii? anil Dealers in Mc jrinr.ilironirhn.il ih.
clvlliio.l worltl.at lln> K.llnwliip prices—It. 1^., 6. M.,
it. M., ll>., 22s., anil 83a. earli bus.
Anne Female Irregular- Serofn'aorKlar .
I'le. Evil
Fever of all kli^ -^ure Threats
Fit. -tune and Grav.
Rlntrhc.    oi.    thi' 'lout Secoarlary Sj-mp.
r-kitt Head Ache tnma
Bowel complaints    Imligei'tinF Tlc-Dn'orenx
Collet tnlliiinintllon Turaora
Ciiistipttlon of Hie -laundlce Ulcer.
Bow"lt Liter Comulatota    Venerea)     aflet*
Coti.il.nl Hon LilmtiAgo tlona
lii'hi i.v lile. Worms    of   a
Dropsy Khou.ratlsin kinds
llvM'.itrt Ite.cnliou *f Urine tiVaknees     frnie
Entil'rlas whatever out.
Asthma
U.lltout* Complaint*
th.-
*.*   There Is   a considerable   taring by  taking tb.

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