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VOL. I.
HCTORIA,    VANCOUVER  ISLAND,   THURSDAY   EVENIftG,   OCTOBER  4,   1866.
NO. 81.
THE
"EVENING TELEGRAPH,"
nun
Everv   Eveniug at  4   O'Clock,
(Saturday Md Sundaj evenings excepted.)
ALIO IVIRT
SUNDAY    MORNING !
TEUMI Off  aVBICRIPTIOn ■
Tar Annan, io advance, by mail, mm $10 00
K'ir ill months.     t (M
Par W-.k, l»/abl« to CerriM-       M
tagli. tufm,        10
For terms of Advertisement applv at the
Office. Langley Street.
LINCOLN   HOUSE!
Cor- Washington and Front sts,
PORTLAND, OUEOON.
W. €. MATTIIIESSEIV,
'Of the St.   Nicholas   Hotel,   Victoria,
HATING TAKEN THE ABOVE HOUSE,
wiihes to announce to tbe public that he
is now piapureil to accomodnte guesta iu a
satisfactory manner. Nothing will be left undone, which is in the power of the proprietor
to do, to render guests comfortable.
Portland, August 24th, 186G, se 14
RED LION HOTEL,
GOVERNMENT STREET.
'JiHE   ABOVK-NAMEO   HOTEL   HAVINO
J. beeu opened by
JOB     BDE3ST,
He will be hnppy to meet his  friends  on all
occasions, an    will furnish them witb
the best of
Wine?, liquors, Ale, Porter, &c-.
and (.tears-
BOAKD AND LODGING PER DAY $1.
Bagatelle and Skittles.
Call aud see the establishment.     JOE presides and keeps order. se 10
Mrs.   Hem
KEEPS   CONSTANTLY  ON  HAND   THK
latest fashions in
IM ILLINEBY,
Prices to Suit the Times,
GOVERNMENT    STREET
Between Fort and Broughton. se 5
For Sale Ex Camden,
SMtetter, Becker, ami tjatattmra Bitten,
Oretaa CMw hi kkls. and cases,
Claret IB raiks, hair-rank* aod rises,
•aatcrae ami California White wina,
rrMNk ile«hol M> O.P.,
tH' < Itqatt, Miiwn ami Ballen»er Chaa.
Aad la Marc aa  ananawat ef Rrnndy
aad l*tn.rt tollable far (ke rrade.
| *»■ Depot of Havana Cigars.
EUGENE THOMA8,
■• ( Yates street.
LIST OF ARRIVAL8
At tha Mount Ararat Hotel during tbe months
of Jhne, July, and August, 1866.
I June—His Bxcelleney Governor Kennedy, Mr
William A G Young, Mr. Benj W
Pearse.
Jaly—Messrs Jas Wilcox, F Dnpray, Jas Reed
Macadam, John Dand, Louis Philpot.
F W Alwood, J R Ford, E S Hatch, Sir
Jas Douglas, D Fraser, E S Whttting-
bam.
August—H B Seelye, W E Stronach, J
Robertson Stewart, Thos Lett Stal-
ichmidt, Robt Burnaby; John Nicholson, M M Titus, F W Green, Benj W
Pearse, Acting Surveyor General, R
Homfray, H O Tiedemann; James Mc-
Cutchan; Wm Denny, Wm Wilson,
Joseph Hilton, R D and J; Kenneth Mc-
Kentie, Jr, Wm B McKenzie, David B
Blair, Chas Redfern, Chaa Kent.
•e 4-lm
IFOR     SALE,
tft
A GOOD MARE (IN FOAL), WITH YEAR-
*1   ling colt   by   her   side.    Will work in
"n*!e or double harness.
Apply at the
°ffioe of the Evening Telegraph?
New Advertisements.
XJJSTIVEBSITY
WASHINGTON TERRITORY
ri^HIS INSTITUTION WILL REOPEN ON
X the 17th inst. Pupils of both sexes received, who will be expected to furnish their
own rooms, wbich are provided in separate
buildings, free of charge.
The   Expense   ot   Boarding   and Tuition,
without incidentals, will  not exceed $6(1 per
quarter of 11 weeks, payable in advance.
For further information address
REV. GEO. F. WHITWORTH,
President.
Seattle, W. T., Sept. 1st, 18C6. sell
LANGLIY  STREET.
MS
Queen Charlotte Coal Mining Co.
(LIMITED.)
Notice   of  Assessment.
AT A MEETING OF DIRECTORS OF THE
above Company held this day the following resolution was passed :—
11 Tbat an Assessment of Sixpence sterling
per Share on A shares bo now made, payable
to the rleercinry at the olfico of the Company,
on or before the 29th inst., between the hours
of U A. M. and 2 P.M. dally."
J. S.  WILLIS,
Corner Broad and Trounce sts. \  «„„,., __
September 6th, 1866.        / aecm"I-
Ut
THE GREAT   REMEDY   OE  THE
AQFs.
HOLLOWAY'S OINTMENT.
The   effect   ot  tho   Ointment   on    the
System
To the very co e and centre of all disnices
which affect tbe human body, this remarkable
preparation penetrates. It disappears under
the friction of the hands, na sail disappears
when rubbed u.ion meat. Tbe unguent performs its healing errand rapidly, safely, aad
without pair.. Simple eruptions »pu» .om.,
hard tumors, jcrnfuiom flevoiopmenis of all
kinds, accesses, unncers, old wounes. and, in
fact, every ipaoli s of infliimmation and suppuration, whether in tbe skin, tho flesh, the
glands, or among the muscles, can be arresteh
in its destructive course, Hnd permanently
cured without danger by rubbing in tbia inestimable Ointment.
Bad    Legs,   Hurt   llnu.i.,    Sores,   and
I'lceik.
In many Hospitals in Europe this celebrated
remedy is now used for the cure of old wounds,
sores, and ulcers ; in Spain and Portugal, and
in many parts of Italy, the first Physicians re-
regularly prescribe its use. It is n sovcreigr
remedy for bad breasts and bad legs; aud like*
wise for all skin diseases. It is to be found in
tbe chest of nearly every sailor, soldier, ane
emigrant.
lniprudenclea   or   Youth ; — Hum   and
Ulcers.
;   The abort class of complaints il surely re
fioved   by   nightly fomenting tbe   parts witl
*nrm water, and then by most effectually rub
eing in this Ointment.   Persons suffeiing fron.
these direful complaints should lose not a mo
ment in arresting their progress.   It should ti.i
understood that it is not sufficient merely tb
imiar the Ointment on the affected parts, bill
It must be well rubbed In for some considerable.
time two or three limes a day, that It may bt
taken Into the system, whence it will remov.
only bidden sore or won id  al effectually  a.
though it were palpable Ip the eye.   Bread and
water poultices, after the   rubbing  in ol tt
Ointment, will do great service.   This Is till
dnly proper treatment fir female* in cases cl
cancer in the stomach, dr for tbota wbo suBif
Irom a general bearing do* n.       I
:    Plica,  Fistula., Slrlclurr..
Blotches, asnlso swellings, can wfch certaintt
be radically   qured   if tbe Ointmeil  be  usee
freely, nnd the P,ills be taken nigh! and morn.
Ing nirTecomraetifled in theprintedins'tructiiuns
When treated ia any other way these com plaint,
jnly (dry up In Bnecplaoe to breaTt opt in an-
Hherj whereas this Ointment will remove thr
humor from the system, and leave the patien
i rigorous and healthy being.   It will reqnin
.ime, aided by the use of tbe Pills, to ensure
asling cure.
Dlptherla,   Bronchitis,   Soie   Throats,
Any of the above class of diseases mny be
"ured by well rubbing the Ointment three
•imes a day upon the skin covering the throat,
chest, and neck ot thn patient. Tbe unguent
will soon penetrate the pores and give immediate relief. To allay the fever and lessen tbs
inflnmation, eight or ten Pills should be laken
night and morning. The Ointment will pio-
duce perspiration, which is so essential for
removing fevers, sore throats, and those oppressions of the chest which arise from
Asthma, Bronchitis, and other causes.
Both the Ointment and   Pills   shoultt
be  unci!   tn the following  Cases I
Bad legs
Rail Breasts
Rurus
(tuition.
Hit.nl Mn.eh. tori
and Sand-Fllu
oco-bay
Elnejofoot
.■hllMain.
Chapped Hands
Corna (Oorua)
'Cancers
ntracted
Sli r .Joints
.Elepliantiaait
Flalulas
irtnut
illandular    Swell.
linei
mbago.
Piles
Rheumatism
\U.las
and Snv Nipples
|8cre Throat
iSklo diseaa
Scnrvy
s„re heads
I.imor.
t'lcera
Wounds
Yaw.
Sold at t'e Establishment ol PaorisaoR Houoiva
III, Strand, near Tempt- Bai), London ; also by a
respectable Druggist* tnd IValers In Modlciue* through
aut the civilized world, at the following prices la. lfcd
led. O Sd.. Its., 22, ami 33a, each Pot.
V There '■* a coasidcrableaaviDg by taking the lent,
Ilea.
I KI.—I)ireetlwrf«r ihefuldanee of PatlenU ia am
tamtM Ufr2etL7. affiled to nek Pot.
Miscellaneous.
Relief  for  the   Afflicted,
THE INTRODUCTION OF
Perry     Davis'
Vegetable Pain Killer
To the Suffering Humanity of this Age
has relieved more pain, and caused more
real joy tban any other one thing that can
be named.
New   Advertisements.
Everett's Exchange,
STORE  STREET,   V. I.
-7'BE PROPRIETOR RESPECTFULLY IN-
1 forms his friends and the public that be
bas opened bis old stand in Store street, where
he fill keep as before tbe finest quality of
WWE3, LIQUORS, and CIGARS.
Lome and see.
sb 3-lm       PAT. EVERETT, Proprietor.
Invaluable   Remedy.
Our first Physicians  use it,  and  recommend
its   use;   the   Apothecary finds  it   first
amung the medicines called for, and
the wholesale Druggist considers
it a leading article of his
trade.     All tbe dealers
in medicine speak
alike  in its favor; and its
reputation as a medicine of great
merit and virtue is fully and permanently established, aud  it is the great
Family Medicine   of the Age-
Every Volunteer should have a bottle, in case
of sudden attacks of Disease.
Taken Iuternally, cures
Sudden Colds, Coughs, &c,
Wenk Stomneh,
Generul Deliility,
Numine1 Sore Month, Canker.
Liver Complaint,
Dyspepsia or lndiirestiou.
Crump and pnin in tho Stotnacii,
Bowel Complaint,
Puiuters' Colic,
Asiatic Cholera,
Diarhcea and Dysentery.
Taken externally cures
Felons, Boils, and Old Sores,
Severe Burns, and Scalds,
Cuts, Bruises and Sprains, •
Swelling of the Joints,
Ringworm and Tetter,
Broken Breasts,   .
Frosted Feet and Chilblains,
Toothache,
Pain iu the Face,
Neuralgia and Rheumatism.
IP    AlTJST   KILLER,
Taken internally, should   be   ndclterated
with  milk or water, and sweetened with
sugar, il desired, or made   into  u  *yri&>
with   molasses.   For  a   COUGH   aft !
Bronchitis, a few drops on Nigur, eaw^i,'
will be more effective then anything else, j
For SORE THROAT, gargle the throat
witb a mixture of Pain Killer and water,
and tbe relief is immediate and cure positive.
S&- It should not be forgotten that
tbe Pain Killer ia equally as good to
take internally as lo use externally.
Each bottle is wrapped with ull directions for its use.
WILLIAM   LYONS,
— 1KD—
Commission      Agent,
On the Corner of
Wharf and Johnson Streets.
se 3-2m
TXiTJ
EVENING TELEGRAPH
Prices 25 cents, 50 cents & $1 per bottle.
EX  FIDELITER
A Choice Lot of Bacon
Just   Arrived.
For Sale by
P.   Gilligan,
au 2 STORE STREET
ex?ressTne~stages!
THE   COACHES   OF   THIS   LINE   W.\.l,
now run  regularly, leaving   Vale, n. C
on
MondiDs.
Wednesdays,
And Fridays.
AT 7, A. II.,
FOR    SAVANA'S     FERKI
(Bijt Bend Ronte), until the completion ot the
road, when tbey will go to Savana's I erry.
Tbe Coach for Cariboo will leave Yaie on
Monday.
jy 2 F. J. BAR.VARD.
Ayer's Pills
Are particularly adapted to
derailments of the digestift
apparatus, and disease* ark-
Ing from Impurity of tba
blood. A large part of all tht
complaints tliat afflict man-
It imi originate In one of these,
and connequeotly then Pilu
are found to cure many vart-
^^^^^^^^^^^^^ sties of dlaoaae.
Subjoined are the statements from some eminent physicians, of tbeir effects in tbeir practice.
As a Family Physic.
From Dr. B. W. Cartwright, of Sew Orleans.
"Your Pilu are the prince of purges.   Their yxcellent
qualities aurpafH any mthortic we poatess.   They are mild,
out very certain and effectual io thoir action on the bowels,
which makes them invaluable to us in tbe dally treatment
Of dirft'd.-c."
Foa Jaundice and all Liver Comi>laintb.
From Dr. Theodore Bell, of Ifew York City.
" Not only are your I'ilub admirably adapted to their
pnrpoto bs an aperient, but I find their hcneficlal effects
upon tho Liver very marked Indeed. They bave in my
practice proved more effectual for tin." enre uf bilious com-
plat id t rhiiu any one remedy I can mention. I sincerely
rejoice that we have at length a purgative which is worthy
the aonfideace of tbe profession and tlie people."
Dyspepsia — Indigestion.
From Dr. Henri/ J, Knox, of St. Louis.
"The I'M.i.3 you wiiit, kind enough to stud me bave been
al) URed In mv practice, and havoaatielied mo that thev>r«
hUi. m. v...;.. ..niiaij nnuiuMMh oo iwcuunny aro tliey
adapted to tho disooseH of the hnmnn syrtem, that tbey seem
to work upon thorn alone. I hnve cofed Bume cases ofdt/t*
pepsia aud indigestion with tbem, which bad resisted tha
otlier remedios wo commonly umi. Indeed I have expert*
mentutly found them to be effectual In almost all tbe complaints for wbich you recommend them."
Dysentery — Diarrhea — Relax.
From Dr. J. O. Oreen, of Chicago.
"Your Hills havo bad a long trlul In my practice and I
hold tbem In esteem as one of the beet aperients I have ever
found. Their alterative effoct upon tbe liver makes them
an excellent remedy, when jfiven In small doses, for bilious
dytetttrry und diarrhoea* Their sugar-coating makes *hem
very acceptable aud convenient fur tbe use of women and
children."
Internal Obstruction—Wohms—Suppression.
From Mrt. J
"I find one or two large doses of yonr Ptlij, taken at tha
proper time, are oxcellent promotives of the natural secretion wben wholly or partially suppressed, and ilso vary effectual to clennso tbe etomach and expel worms. They are
■o much the best physic we bave tbat I recommend uu other
to my patients."
Constipation — Costivknbss.
from Dr. J. P. Vomohn, Montreal, Canada.
" Too much cannot be said of your Pills for tba cum of
eostivenest. ft othar* of our fraternity bave found tbem
as efficacious ns I have, they should Join ma In proclaiming
It for tbe Iteneflt of tbe multitudes wbo suffer from tbat
complaint, which, although bad enough In Itself, Is tha progenitor of others tliat are worse. I believe enttuvneu to
ar.ginate in the liver, but your Pius affect that organ and
cure the disease."
Impurities op the Blood — Scrofula — Ery-
8IPELAB —Salt Rheum — Tetter — Tumors
— Rheumatism — Gout — Neuralgia.
From Dr. Ftekitd Hod, Philadelphia,
" Ym were right, Doctor, ln laying that your Pnxs pvrify
As bUod. They do tbat I ban used them of late yean Ib
my priaice, and agree witb your statements of their efflcwy.
They Mlmulau the eicrutortas, aod carry off the ImpurrUas
tbat Magnate In the blood, engendering disease. Tbey
atfanula'o the organs of digestion, and infuse vitality and
vigor int* the system.
'■ Rnrh remedies as you prepare are a national benefit, and
you deserve great credit tor thorn."
Por Heidache—Sick Headache—Foul 8tom-
acs—Piles—Dropsy—Plethora—Paualysis
—Fits—&c.
From Dr. Kdtearrt fated, Beltfiw*.
"Dm Dr. Aver: I cannot answeVvon what complaints
1 have ctrc<l with your Pius better inln to My all that wt
iter treat with a purgative medicine. I plane great dependence on m effectual cathartic fn my dally contest witb disease, aud •elievfug aa I do tbat your I'ills afford us tbe best
we have, ) of course value tbem highly."
hftf Mot of tbe Pills In market contain Mercury, which,
although a valuable remedy ln skilful bands, Is dangerous
In a public -ill, from the dreadful consequent es tbat frequently folic* its incautious use. Tbese contain no mercury or mlnera. substance whatever.
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
Has long been manufactured by a practical chemist, and
every ounce nf t undorbisown eye, with invariable arca-
raty and rare, "t is Bealed and protected by law from counterfeit*, arid coisequently can lw relied on as genuine,
without sdultention. It supplies the surest remedy the
world has ever kiowa for tbe cure of all pulmonary complaints; for Counts, Colds, Hcarsxtcbs, AsTniu, Croup,
WaoopmQ CoiGit.BRo.vrHiris, Incipient Consumption-, and
for tho relief of consumptive patients in advanced stagee of
the disease. As tine makee these facts wider and batter
known, this mediciio has gradually become the best reliance of tbe afflicted from the log cabin of the American
peasant to the palares of European kings. Throughout
this entire country, n every state .and city, and Indeed almost every hamlet it contains, Cherkt Pixtoral is known
as the best of all renediee for diseases of the throat and
lungs. Is many foreign countries it Is extensively used by
their most intelligent {byslcians. If there Is any dependence on what man of e-ery station certify ft has done for
them; if wc can trust oi r own senses wben we aae tbe dan-
gerous affections of the lings yield to it; If wa can depend
on the assurance of inu-Uiciit physicians, whose business
la to know; ln short, if thtre is any reliance upon any
thing, then Is It lireNtaMy pnven that this medicine dosa
enre the clias of disrates It is oerirned for, beyond any and
all other remedies known to mankind. Nothing but its intrinsic virtues, and the unmistakable benefit conferred on
thousands of sufferers, roild originate and maintain tba
reputation It enjoya. "Wide many inferior remedlea have
been thrust upon the conmnnity, have failed, and been
discarded, this bas gained friends by every trial, conferred
benefits on the afflicted tbey can never forget, and produced
cures too numerous aad remarkabh- to he forgotten.
Prepared by Dr. J. €. AYER,
PRACTICAL AND ANALYTICAL CHEMIST,
•        LOWELL,   MASS.
aaielVD  SOLD  BT
MOORE & Co., Victoria,
AND ALL DRUGGISTS.
GENERAL
Job   Printing
ESTABLISHMENT
Langley Street, Victoria,
The  Printing   Offlce
or THB
EVENING
TELEGRAPH
Office ia replete with every appliance
and variety of Material for tbe
Execution of
LETTER PRESS   PRINTING!
Iu all its branches, whether
Plain or Ornamental
'nilE OFFICE AIMS at securing
X guct tipet'tl)- Execution of orders al ia
consistent with correct and elegant Work*
manship.
Orders received for Printing
Uooki,
Busineia Cards,
Pamphlet!
Invoibei,]
Catalogue!
Bill Heada,
Sermons,
Trade Forma,
Report!
Circulars, (Plain
Rental!,
Coloured,)
Leases,
Hand   Bills. (Plain or
Law Forms of every
Coloured,)
description.
for Prices,  apply   at Ike  Office.
of' *
langley itraet.
General News Agent
J. Stratman.
EMPIRE NEWS DEPOT
Cor. Washington & Sansome sw.
Han Francisco.
THK ADVKRTlSERis prepared to supply
with punctuality and celeritj tbe annexed
newspapers and periodicals upon the following
terms All orders, to receive immediate atten-
lion, must be accompanied bj-casb remittance,
and banded in previous to tbe 4th, 14th, and
24th of each mouth.
London Daily Time     «14 oo
"       Th« Field  hqq
'*       lllu'tnth>d Times  7 00
"       Weekly Timi-B        7 00
u        Bell's Life in London ,14 00
1       Weekl) Dispatch 14 00
**      III. NewBofihe World 1400
"       Public Opinion  ; 50
'       Index  (Krselrade) 14 00
u       III.   Sportinj News 8 00
"      Spectator 14 00
"       Re'iew    M00
"       Saturday Keview 14 06
Dubl»« Nation ]^00
Londu.i Illustrated News 14 00
Atlatt'c Monthly. ,*    3 00
Blackwood's Magazine ^8 00
I*arptT*s Magazine ^ 3 00
Sixpenny Magufne „ J no
Knickerbocker , ]%r
PaciflcV>ntMy ,  ..••*•..„ X0u
Godev's ladies *Bo«.k 3 00
MutiMl Host *S00
Continental Migujn* B00
Madam Detnoreet's ■ onthlv .*."."*'.'*0ft
F. L«He"'new Family Magat:Qe!!!!!!li!"*3 00
Chambere'Edinburgb   ournal  * oo
Monthly  paparkOncea  V,'*ek....Y...l','.h 00
*' "        Hi th# Year Round '1.100
Th«k-raT'iCo»«hil)jjai,„ine        K0C      <
L/iTliOn    LUM  a-ty.
3. A  Sala'tferapleBar " ,JH
Loudon Sodety Magaime [\ \*in)
Rt Jarne* Marine '.'i'...B00
Edinbu-'gb Review     10 Vi
London   Review JO 00
North Brtt JshRevte\f  1000
(TttUiin-Wr Reiifw         10 Op
londr-u Art Jfjurn^l ISOfl
ICaifi? L  Sn:<fftnf Mas .W 00
£& - MlNcellaneou*.
Ah AnrE'TistNr. Piipor.—A few Hay
njro the ..V. V Timet pleasantly rompli
tnented 'he Tribune on ils t»«tft in etii
tnrinls, the latter jounal having published
i'S urijfiuul a long irt cle on paper collar',
which had previously appeared, wo il lor
word, in thH cnlu'tins ol the former. The
'inbuilt n-| iimli'il liy a-siitiiu lliat tlicjr
i ml uni a.cu the sriicle in the Times
'•mil Iheir ntteiition was called to it, and,
f irlhertnore. that it was offered io them
I'i manuscript lijr a well-knonn lilnary
man, m d paid (or. in proof of the lat-
ter iwseiiioii, the Tribune uppvitdcd a receipt fnr $.'5 for thc erticle iu queaiion,
signed by John W. Kenniot;. The ex
txtsitreoi the Tribune bronpht otil Mr.
Keuniou, who explain) bis couueclion
with tbe maiiir llius :
" Tbe facts of tbe case nre these : A
party connected »i'h Ibe ' paper collur'
trade and manufacture dtsired mo to
ciiii'i', if po«sjlile, to be published in your
P'Pur a MS., which *»,< handed lo tne.
and winch ( had no idea bad appeared, in
the columns of Iho Timet, nor yet did 1
know that I wns nctiti<r tvronsr iu having
iind'rtnken its pnbl'c.ition ; hut J admit
thnt I copied tbo matter so iho more
readily lo secure itsnppearai.ee."
Tlie nriiclo in question wns simply nu
ndvcrtisemenl, o loltmiti nnd a quarter
long, nnd Ihcre can le little doubt but
ihiitibo parties in interest paid somebody
a good round stun lo got it into the editorial columns of the Tribune, while the
I'liliune, in turn, paid Mr. Ki nnion $2fi,
for tbj! privilege of publishing it us ou
origii.nl urtiole.
Sab Di'sTiirnnx im AnsTiur.u —'Ihe
Mel) urne Harutd of June 15th rclatis
tiie following case of hardship: —''An
ue!ion wns brought rn the now riiti't on
WcdncFdiiy, beforo Mr. Justice Williams,
in which the Hon. W. J. T Clarke sueii
n squntttr named 1'litfips, for not bo iov-
ing from bun llieftlM uf twenty thonsand
,])oi4iida. It up. eared fiom I'ho evidei co
thnt thc plaintiff bud taitan some truuble
nud gone to some expense in irwesligating
'ho security offered, and that he had not
been since able lo Iind a snfo investment
for bis money. In cro-a-cx.iniiiaion,
Mr. Clnrke said thut, owing lo the roiling
4n til*another mortgage for £|5,00>, Ills
•present condition was even worse, ns he
Iind now i'3i,00l) uninvested. It is only
proper to say that the sad'case exeiics
tmivor8iil connnisseriilion, and our readers
will bo glad to lenrn t lint Irom I lie con-
lems of tlie subjoined niemornnduins,
picked up by our reporter in tbo court,
active slops are being taken io relieve
Mr. Gierke's necessimVs. 'Subscription
list:; The undersigned, sincerely regretting to lenrn that Mv. W. J. T. (j laike
ii suff rrng 'from pecuniary einliarniss-
•monts (in imH being able to find borrowers
of his money), hnve ngiwd lo relievo bim
to tlie Mltaffi set opposite to ilieir re-
upcoiivo nutucs; — It. II. Iiiliind, i!50CO ;
■It. D.Wood, £0000; T. H. Fellows,
£5000 j B. C Aspinnll, £7500.' Tlie
jury found for the defendnni.''
A Siberian Woman.—A gentleman
who is engaged in the telegraphic i Xpe-
dition in Siberia, relates (lift following incident iu n letter lo u friend iu Cincinnati.:
' I met witli a Kotnk womiin of nloiil
■twenly-two yenrs of age, on the great
Tundra, (marked Keimi uu the map.) who
■drove n lenniof reindeers wi:h a loaded
■sledge <ilty versts in one day, uud at, Digit
tltfH out in Iho snow, with no covering
whatever except the clothes she Iind worn
ilurirug lt«o dny, nud in n tCWflBTkltire 43
•degrees helow «ero, 75 degrees -below tbe
•Ireeeing point ! Think of thn*, ye < Be minute Indies of .'.meriea. Thnt 1 saw myself, although even lo me it scorns in-
•credible now. 1 th.night-it an entniordi-
nary thing lo sleep in a rcimleer-skin
lent out of doors in »«ch weather, and
should bive frozen to den ill in tiro hours
dnid I-iitttiniptcd to sleep without it. She
traveled with ue, driving her own ruindecr,
mad sloqiing on rhcetiow every night.
New Advertisements.
PACT3 tn- THEORIES.
■."Give mo a pinto to rest my lever on,
Mji'l   Archimedes,   "nnd   I   will   move  the
world."    " (live mo pure nnd unadulterated
drugs,"  snys  .Medicos,  of   tbo   olden  time,
"and I will cure disease"."
In ,ne sense, both of these learned pundits
were thu veriest charlatans. They knew there
wns no place to rest their lever on, either to
move the world nr care disease. iipaliuuisni
wns iu a backward state, nnd the medical profession was but iinothei name for sorcery,
and all the adjunct* of magic filters nud
Alarms Bt Ihe '■ evil eye," ic.
,Ilui these Infer duys hnve borne nr.io ns
something more thnn even superstition find
jits crc_.iv ever dreamt of in their maddest phU
Josoph.v. .'r. there days of practical science,
jrluit wns tlieqry <d yesterday if lact to-dny,
,a.nd lyli the old time .notions become ns bubbles
in the sun, and burst aud break wilh every
breath w.e draw,.
het Arcbiiaades alMwlder bis lever nnd we
.v.-ill f-ri■; ft resting place for it to move the
world. l<ct tnine nni-ient MtdlctM pant nnd
.loil no more tor tlie di-n^s hesu si.t-ely net-ds,
Jur we have theitt at our.'uand, svw iiiady to
*er.vn-thorn ;■■(. his bMJt.
Keened in I^ie laboratory of Dr.. .Magi iel,
fh,' fo.esl tjfntefynls known In tli* ji.edicnl \>n>
frttwo. are cbtvinjalde by nny one. Bis
liilliuj". DysntpW, "nd llinrrlioea Pills stand
JVorivnlled, and his Salne operates Witli magical effect upon haroS, scald;, and all soresin ml
•leers of the skin. &
In lact, we lliink VMinna's I'ills and Salv
arc Ihe wo ider of this watery, and we are
nappy in the thought that tunny others ol ear
i-r.ii.r,.n oi u,e emit agree wilh as. We would
earnestly counsel lliat afi families provide
themselves wlh Ur Maggiel's I'repniations nt
mice, and keep ihem ready nt band, Bo ns Io
use ilii-m at iliemo'i oppr.rnin" I'm and as
•jcasto" ttttt'.— Vall*i Sentinel.
NOTICE
A.  BULER   &   Co.
Bl'V AND BILL LAWKS" AVO QMT'i
cu?*t-off cIotLin^.
('Indus fli'um (l nud rr paired at the ibortrst
unlit f.
(JOVKRXMKNT  STKKET,
Nenrly opposlta the St. Nicholas Hold.
so liS-liu
ALICE   BROWN'S
FAXCV   TWIST
SMOKING TOBACCO
JUST ItBCEIVKD AT
A.   F.   KEVNER'8,
Together wiih some fine
HAVANA CIGARS DIKECT
Also ou hand
Wine Sip, Peach, Apricot, Mary's Own,
Light Pressed, Natural Leaf, Bufftlo
Tongue, and Atlantic Cable
Tobacco-
JUST BKCH1VBI)   PElt BAUK  RIVAL
A Kino Assortment of
Meerschaum   Pipes.
Call and examine.
so 5-lm
AYER'S
CHERRY
PECTORAL,
FOIt THK RAPID CURE OF
Colds, Coughs, and
Hoarse n ess.
RniMFHxn, Mam., 20iIi Dec, 1855.
Pr. J, C. Aren: I *lo uot licnltnte t»nRy
tlm li**st remedy I have over found fur
G'oiiRhfi, IIoartioiioM, lnflncn/n, and the
• 'Hi" un ii" 111 nymptouw of n Cold, ia your
CuKitnr Pectoral. Iti conntAnt um in
my proctlro and my family for the lost
ten yean Iimi sfaown ft tn possenn supe-,
lim viihi.-i for tha trontmeut of these
oomplaJnti.    KBKN KNIUHT, M.D.
A. B. MORTLBY, Esq.,of Utica,N. Y„ writes: "I h»*t
vied your Pectoral mynelf and In my family erer frir.ee
you Invented it. and believe It tlm bent modlclnn for iti
purpose over put out. With a bud cold I should soonet
■pay twouty-Ave dollars for a bottle than do without It, ot
take any other rtmedy."
Croup, Whooping Coagh, Influenza*
SrRifforiKt.D, Miss., Feb. 7, 186tl.
Brother A.ter: I will cheerfully eoriifyyour Pectorai
in the best remedy we pmnenn for the euro of )Vliooping
Cough, Croup, nud the cliost diseases of children. We of
yotrr fraternity In the South appreciate your skill, and
otijnmonti your mcdiolno tc our people,
HIRAM CONKLTN, M. D.
AMOS LIE, HeQ.,M0TriRiT, Ia., writes, 8d Jan.,I860:
"I bad a tedious Influenza, which confined me In doorfl
six weeks; took many medlctnos without relief; finally
'tried your Pectoral hy tha advice of our clergyman
Tho first dose relieved the soreness In my throat am)
lungs; less than one half the bottle mode ine completely
well. Your medicines are ihe chea|iest as well as tne Itest
we can buy, and wo esteem you, Doctor, and your remedies, as tho poor man's friend."
Asthma or Phthimc, and Bronchitis.
Vi'rxr Manchester, Pa., Feb. 4, lH:Vi.
Sir: YniirCiirimv Pectoral \a performing morvelloui
curee in this eectlon. It has relieved several from alarm*
ingeymptoms of consumption, and Is now curing a man
who nas labored under an affection of tbe lungs for tha
last forty years. IIK.VHY L. PARKS, Merchant.
A. A. RAMSKY, M.D., AlOOir, Htnnun Co., Iowa,
wrftos, Sept. fl, 18661 " During my practice of many years
I have found nothing equal to your Cherrt Pkioral for
giving ease and relief to consumptive patlenta, or curing
such as ore curable."
Wo might add volumes of evidence, but th* most con*
Tlnclng proof of the virtues of this remedy la fraud in its
effects upon trial.
Consum|rtion«
Probably no one reaiedy lias ever been'known which
cured so many and tnvdh dangerous coses M this. Soma
no human aid can reach; but even to those the C(ir.nnt
Pectoral affords relief and comfort.
Aktor House. New York Citt, Mtudh 6,1860
Doctor Ater, 1/iwei.l: I foe) It a duty and a pleasnra
it* inform yna what your Cukrrt Pectoral has done for
■iiy wife. Sbe had l>een five months lultorlng nndcr the
dangeroiTs symptoms of Consumption, from which no aid
wo could procure gave her much relief. She was steadily
failing, until *Dr. Strong, of this city, wltor* we have come
for advice, NHBMHMmI a trial of your medicine. Wa
bless bis kindnese, as we do your skill, for tllie hns recovered from that day. She Is not yet as otroug ns she used
to be, hut is free irom her cough, and oalls'herself well.
Youra with prntttnd* and regard,
ORLANDO MIKI.HV. or Hun.iiwiu.r.
Omtumjitivft, do not decpirir HII 70U have tvied Ater'i
Cherrt Pectoral. It Is made by one of tho bestmiedlral
chemists In the world, and its mm alt ar»und us twspeak
tbe high merits of lu virtues.— rhdodelphia Ledger.
Ayer's Cathartic Fills.
TIIK adenres nf Chemistry and Medicine have boen
taxed their utmost to produce this lieat, most perfect
purgative whirl) Is known to man. Innumerable proofs
are shown that these Pills hare virtues which surpass In
excellence the ordinary medicines, atubthfit they win nn-
iprvrcdcntedly upon tlie estttui ofalbmen. Theyare safe
and pleasant to take, but powerful tn cane. Their pens*
tmting:properties stimulate fbe vital activities nf the body,
ramove lbe obstructions tf it* organs, purify tho blood,
and expel disease. Thry purge out tho foul humors which
■breed anfl grow ftistrmper, stimulate sluggish or dlsor-
dored organs Into tbeir natural action, and impart benlrliy
tone with strength to tho whole system. Not only do
they cure the ovory-day complaints of every body, but
also formidable nnd dangerous diseases thnt havo liafiled
tha best of human skill. While they produce -powerful
effects, they ore at tho same time, In diminished doses, the
sifcot and best physic that can bo employed for children.
Being sngar-coatod, they are pleasant to take; nnd being
purely vegetable, aro free from any risk of harm. Cures
have been made which surpnss belief were they not substantiated by men of such exaltod position and character
as to forbid tbe suspicion of untruth. Many eminent
clergymen and physicians have lent their names to certify to the public the reliability of my remedies, while others hare sent mo the assurance of their conviction thnt
my Preparations contribute immensely to tho relief of my
afflicted, suffering fellow-men.
The Agent below named Is pleased to furnish gratis my
American Almanac, containing directions for their use and
sertiflcates or their cures, of tbe following complaints: —
Costiveness. Dillons Complaints, Rheumatism, Dropsy,
Heartburn. Headache arising from a fonl Stomach, Nausea. Indigestion, Morbid I naction of the Bowels mnl Pain
arising therefrom, Flatulency, Loss of Appetite, all Ulcer-
•ous and Cutaneous Diwaeed which require an evneimnt
Medicine, Scrofula or King's Kvil. They also, by purifying tho blood nnd stimulating tho system, cure mtuiy
.complaints sriiioh it would not 1*> supposed tbry could
reach, tmci\ as Deafness, Partial Blindness, Neiirnl'gfa nnd
tinrvous Irritability, Derangements of the Una and Kid-
*eys. ftout,jiiidotftier kindtwd complaints arising from a
low state of the body or obsbrneliou of ita functions.
Do not be put off by unprincipled dealers .with some
other pill they make more jirnflt on. Aak for AveR's
Pills, and talte nothing else. No otlier tltey ran give
you compares with this In Us Intrinsic value or curnttoa
lowers. The sick want tbe best aid there is for them,
and they should have ft.
Prepared by Dr. .¥. **':. AYKR,
Practical aatl Analytical Chamiit, Lowell, Mais.
Frici 3ff Cts. ter Box.   Five Boxes for $1.
SOLD BY
Moore   &   Oo,,   Victoria
AND ALL  imUGGISTS.
Miscellaneous.
JKTOTICXB,
MARTIN    BROS.,
IMPORTERS Of
Groceries and Provisions,
P1UIPHOOF BOILOIXfl,
I.ATKI.V OOflOmO IIVI.'ilOTKI.IKIUCo,
WHABF       STIIEET.
ic 6
Alhambra
BILLIARD SALOON.
rouv/R MivEii\.ni:tr 1111 wns srs.
TJP-STAIRS.
'ntranoe on Yates Street.
H H.|m
A   Triumph    ot    Science
—AKD--
THR  LIGHT   OP   TUB   WOULD
DR. MAGGIEL'S
PILLS   & SALVE.
Theo-I. f«-[lr'iiff r»mi^i-« nr- nn t, for th« dr t
I' »,fV im'M C-. to tn v r-I Ktir iivnr RijuaitSf
of a ,-.:iii hi y .1, pri. at  prnctice Hi.- nig rmluHta Iu iti.au
Life. Giving Pills
Hit* I* n used wilh the greitest Mttt/t*, Their
niihsl>n is n tony Hi 1 r-vent •!« nn\ but to rure
Thev-e rob ifj th varioH* mtl >illa| by * h ch tlm
pullont i»« siilfi-ring, and re uvig-.rat.;-. t'.e aflini
sy-uom. T tlie jue-l nnd Infirm a .ew doans of theso
val.ia Jc 1'IL .3 rtill 1 rove lo bo
A VERY FOUNTAIN OF YOUTH,
Ft In aver ea«e t'-ey aid new Ufa and vita'ltv, and
est 1 r« the w ni -g» btfuimi to ih^ir ristine ilsU. T.
ih.- .nun • ..n mi dl'ged th'-y ultl pr-ve ino»t In
VsAq tie, a* a rei y, tpuclHc »ud ster hit niedictn".
trc f» a dn-aiii ren\ir.fii. tlut I* <nc«.d«-irffin nought
f'«r thie» hundred years ngo. and never f mid. p
lonk-il furs f 11 ■tain that would tttinrt the old t->
\ i,."ir nud make ; outb ever
Au Eternal Hpring-I
It vnt h-ft for ibis diy and hour to renl're tho drenin.
and tli-w in one ifloriuus f.tct the n.a ii: thai u.adt-
it air.
THESE FAMOUS  REMEDIES
Cinnnt tt v tli- fllfht ntyttdt, hut ther can fo-ce back,
au   nold slfitM,rffs«asu|  tin 1. ml 11 trl inph uvtt tut)
.ig  ll   nud    Mn-     KMlU^.      L«l    li'lie    H(.4't*|r     t ifll,   bl|
'.IE-ill'' lav..table u, puiiluuity tlutl offers 1 Wktn laltfu
a» yttsQ ibi-*!—
For Billious Disorders
S'oiliio-ran ie mor- p-wlnc'lre of cure than tkeoe
PilU—I'hi'ir allAIMl in 1:1 ■ lull iciioe in I'.jti nc 0 ui ;
■Hid tli j usual ct.uc 'iiftmiti if this in< si di»Lr>aiing
■lu ttt ac* niMtAud. There ixiiKdies art) m.Mir Irom
ihe pt.rvst
VEGETABLE COMPOUNDS.
Th'7 will not harm the moat delicate female, aad
«*a 1 b« il -n nub u»u4 e/kci la pruiorib»d dentin tu
llid joiiiiiffii lulu:.
For Cutaneous Disorders
Ami .HVrii .'i ih,.I 'lip .kii'.Mn' 4AI.VK ll Inn I la
MllMMn It 1W1 11 t li.al llamall; Al .11 , kii |im. ■
Irji.-. wiih tli.iiiia.tii aruliliij rll i... 1.. \o- .set tool
i.r.li. .il.
DH MAGGIEL'S PILLS
Iiivarinbly cure ibe following Diseases
A-thmt,
Hitv-1 Comi>l*Ltft%
Con ub.s
Olirst I'i enies,
Lwshvi-iiefM,
B -T psh.
ttianh a,
Dronsv.
Fever aad Ari %
VemnieCnmpihmta,
l.eiutacbe,
indi r '.-thin,
iitnie it,
lofiataiu  tion,
iu»«rd Wmkne«%
tLi i-r Com.'lai 1,
ilAtwi.o-M.fSinrita,
itingworm.
Itlieumtt sm.
Salt i.l-eiim,
Si:alds,
Skin Dt^eaites.
star NOTICE —^nn^geTrino ulthout the  *>nTmvrd
I trade-mafk *r.i'imi| turn pot er box, rigned h\ BR. .1.
I  \\M fit .1., S3 Fulton Ptreet} N •« * ork, lo -counterft t
v.hi b is ("tuny.
jrf sold hy ill re»nectnble balers in Medicines
throii.'h-in ttn* Unite-i S men aud Can iti ;i—at 25 cents
per box or pol.
A. C. Langley & Co.,
Agents for Vancouver Islnnd and British
Uoliim'iin.
Mi-ccllaiicoiis.
Iho Only Sure Way to Save the
Country I
IS TO IWTKOXIZB
(UMKUOXS   I.ShAND   PftODUOI
Xo.   18   Kort   utrcrt,   tjpaattta   Mr*.   Ileal'*
Huttriling-lioutie.
11AMII.IRS A.VD IIOTKL-KKBI'Rns WtU,
1 liii'l nlwitvH on biuiil frnb, cbcnp, and
good
Iilan'l Vegeiiililci and Fruit,
Inland Ki»h nnd (.nine of nil sorts,
Inlniid Kkr> atmi llullor,
Islnnd Vi -ni- on cut to order,
Islnnd Poultry, kc., kc, kc.
N. I).—I hereby mule* known to thc public
thnt, burlm nmdc iirmngcmcnts w'th certnin
island fnnncm to hoII their prniluoe, I am
from this data prepnred to sell cheaper thnn
nny I'liiii.tninn peddler that ever ute rice—
a !So wiilk on, John P1
Augu.-t i7th, lm;i;. >e 17-lm
uv
HERMAN  SHULTZ,
—AT—
His Well Known nnd Old Established
Sluiid
Tho Government st. Boot Store,
Hns just received  per steamer
A   FIXK   ASSORTMENT   OP
Ladies'  and   Children's   Shoes,
Which I19 offers nt n very low price.
Receives by ench steamer from  England nnd
San   Francisco
BOOTS     <5c    SHOES
or tiii
FINEST   AND   BEST QUALITY,
FRENCH   LEATHER,
SHOE     FINDINGS,
At prices to correspond with Ihe times.
se 12
BRITISH    PERIODICALS.
The London Quarterly Review (Conservative).
Tho Edinburgh Review (Whig)
The Westminster Review (Radical)
The North British Review (Free Church)
Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (Tory)
The fo ir Rpvipwi re-ptihlinliril by *4*t*T*> Pontf ft
Co.. nn- I'fnt'Ml f ro nMci-ii n* V\e lirent K-'Vituv*,
nthi IllnrkwuDil tm« l*tn j ""!■-■ 1 lin'fl in Hi.- ■mn-
r.nk. Whi v»>r <ltji|m'toi4 Willi r nd it; \m Mention* of
thliAlvi, wh 'tfVf r nm\ l* Hi* tllHftl I i.fiirm itinn,
" il fn'i I"' .iii'.-.*"i ln-r 1 flnii'l tli-linn' In witn-ii In-
Mvei"—nnd in ti.Rte timt'i a petto-* nuiy mmn get rtry
fnr U0I llfli Th-y nny lit chiI nutl itiidn-d tviih mi-
viiii'iii'i' by tlm pL'OpIc 01 lliht comtry, 0; er try crefl
and flirty 1
iur   it!,w;KWtioi> Ii   Hititnnnv  RttraiUri »t Hit-
tunc tn Anirncniis. Hot only fir It' ->-n I arti'MM (iy
rilr-tUuuiifctfil writori nf n.-t, ,n. Imi for he ifMWMil of
'lir Utr olvil w r now rtiwg writtfl 1 hy C I. * on
It-trkf, a. (m- m»Tt..nicrr, oht»f. f-*ta(T lo Gen. J. K. II.
■■ luart, of tlt« Confederate arnty.
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Kiiran» twnnf th* Ilrvlrw*  7 *'
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Knrallfi«r of the ftfftowa 12       "
Fm ninrkwn d'i  Hu'niii"  4 "
r. 1 ii'i..%,»■<»<^i and  "no Hevi w  T "
For Hh fcwMnl nnd any two of (ho  He.
vl-w 10 "
For I L.-kw'.-d mid MirtM-nf tli<- lti-vir»s..i:j ■
l-nr MUcwui d mid   he four  Ueviewi 16 "
CLUBS.
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pf four «r more prr*oue. Tint*, fnur c, piet nt
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tt.iickwomi   f-rg4H, jiid Mioii.
POSTAGE.
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United t ttt will he ut ta'«nt.-ioiiT rt-ntt a year fnr
*• i-u.-tnvnon," an A but ehjlu centa a year for each of
the litviKtvi.
Re need Prices for previous years.
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pn'Cfilin? •<H*t, ae foil* «», vlis. :
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Itiolitttvo, at the rutenf$2 ttt a yonr.
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Vfifi, llieluelvoj Lbe Etlinhurr/k   nd the Wettminsler lr« tn
p il. 18(4. t« Ueci'itine', ii*hV*\ inelti-iv**. nnd tht
London fjiintintly lur theyeur Ifl 5, nt th* rate of $1 AO
a yi'nr lur each or nny 1 «*t w.
nftW" A few nopiee yetf-niiin nf all th* four Bedews
for ittn3 it (4 a set, ur tt i,9 for any une.
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iweei, nnd iiuni.inii.   Kriprftvinaf
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Hou:e and Ship Plumbers
CA8FITTER8,
BILL-HANGERS i TINSMITHS
FOIIT   8TKKBT.
411 orderx promptly attended lo
s.i	
CHARLES   BERNARD.
Manufacturer and Dealer in
FAMILY CHARTRES COFFEE.
And Splcea or all kinds.
No. 707, Sansome street, corner Gold,
Hi-iwppn Jxclonn *nd Piiciflc.
First Premium awarded bit the Mechanics' Institute, for thi best Coffsi and Spitss.
The proprietor hiving introduced 8tt«m
Power in bis .Manufactory, hu mow increased
futilities to supply the trade nnd the public in
general. All nrticleii from hit Katabliabment
«re guaranteed lo he pireutiil unadulterated.
The public nre retpectlnlly invited lo call and
convince themselves Country orders promptly
attended to. se ]
TIIE  ONE THING   WANTED.
HOLLOWAY'S PILLS.
Tlio Blood.
These famous pills are so composed tba
thpy operate wholesomely on the stomach, the
liver, the bowtls, and other organs; hy correcting nny derangements in their Cunt'lioni
whereby a sternly supply of pure materials lor
the renewal of tlie lllood is furnished, nnd ft
constant abstraction of pfTpta products is effected. This perfect circulation tlins becomes
the very fountain of health and life, and overcomes all form of disease wherever ils situation.
General DlNordern of Ilie Liver
nnd gtomach.
All who ever indulge a* '.able, either in ent»
'ng or drinking, should take about ten of thes-
lumous pills at bed time, from which willree
suit a clear bend and good stomach the fill w-
i 1 ur morning. Thousands of Ladies are always complaining of sick headaches, want n
nppetite, want of energy, and want of strength,
to correct nil these evils, Ihree or four ol these
I'ills should be taken twice a week, when Ihey
vi' ml.I give the invalid .ne health anil appetit*
of a ploughman.
Females of all Apes nnd Classes
Obstruclinns ot sny kind, either In young
or those between forty and fifly--th" most critical peiiod of life .-may be radically remo.'^d
by using these I'ills according lo the printed
directions which ncconipany each box. Voung
persons witb sickly nnd sallow complexions
may have tho bloom of health restored by thi?
corrective, wLicb purifies the blood nnd ex.
pels all gross and irop'ire humors from Ihe «)•»•
tem. liewaro then of the critical nge Iron
forty lo fifty, ns It sends many thousands to
premnture grave,—theso I'ills should be takei
It that period of lile two or three tin.es •
leek
Haul   of Strength nnd Energy.
Persons of sedentary hahlis, or those troubled in mind, working iu Factories or Coal
Pits, who cannot obtain that nmount ol fresL
air and exercise which nature requires, suffer
from weakness and delility, lowness of spirl'.l
and wnnt of appetite. All such should 'oke I
lose or two of the3n Pills every three or fom
days, us they act gently and eU'eeiiinlly nn the
system and impnrt vigor nnd energy to ihe
body, which is nlwnys followed hy a good
appelite, sound and refreshing sleep, aud •
high flow of spirits.
For tlio <nre or Dropsy.
The cfflc-'CT of Holloway's Pills In Dropsy
it extraordinary. They act with luch a peculiar effect upon the system, Ihnt the fluids
causing this direful complaint,are perreptlbl
carried off nnd prevented from any furthet
accumulation. The sufferer regains a buoyancy of spirits nnd rejoices in a completely
renovated coiistitulion. It Is indispensably
necessary Ihat the Ointment should he moat
effectually rubbed into the complaining par'JI
daring the whole course of treatment.
Children and tlieir Allmrntr*
In no country in the world nre more children
carried to an early grave thnn in Great Britain.
Coughs, Measles, Scarlatina, Kevers, and olher
jisenses attack the little sufferers, and death,
but too often, follows nt a rapid pace j yet if
at the first stage ot these complaints, parent*
were to have recourse to Holloway's Pills, all
danger would be molded. for the stomach
snd bowels wouW ae gently but effectually
cleanser! bv Ibis mild aperient; the depraved
numors correctea nno tnesecreiions riuiy regulated. A perfect cure would "oon be effected, aud the "ttle patient restored te soun^
health.
Holloway' Pi.' \re the best known remedy in U
world f— the following diseases:
Pold si the Fst^biishineiit of Profesior Ilollowsy, 241
simnd, (near Temple Bar.) I. n<loD ; al." hy all respect
able nnlfnrlM'7 and ftealers In Me. leinia ll.roiieliollt tht
civilised world,at.Uie mllnwlnir p:ici»—1>. IX.,S. Oil,
tt. M., lis., 1--., and 33*. tacit box.
A sue
Female   Irrci;ulnr-
Qerrrir»nrKinr *
Astlunn
Iitai
Kvll
|JllUl)UhCOTTIllalDt»
Fever of all kind*
"*nre Ihrmtt
Fits
"tone nnd Grave
ntotchei   ou   th>
itpnl
secondary Pjtnj>-
.-kin
licif] Ache
l»'tne
Rowi-i complaints
Indigestion
Tlc-De!oreux
Colic*
TiilliinitnnLInn
1 tiiiiiTi
OriKiipntlon of the
Im.ihIh-i*
Uleeri
Bwln
l.lver CoiniilaiutB
\enereal     adec
Cnnsum) tion
Lmnbrtgo
llmi
DebHtv
file*
fl orma    o f   a
IthcutrfltlftVl
kimN
PrienirT
Retention of Urine
VTrKknefn      from
EryiipeiaB
vtatcrer raune
*,* Tliere in a conBiderible tavluj hy lakinjr the
irirralSH.
Directi"ti« for tlte irnidince of patituti In ever} dl.ior
der aro alBxed to each box.
PnisTRD nnd Publiphcd by McClcbi k Co. «t
the office, Lanplfjr Street. <gfcrtnin0   (bfltjgnipjr.
THURSDAY EVENING, OUTUBK114,  IBM.
Cariboo   und    Ibe    l.c-giKlaliire.
The Cariboo miners h»ve been wrely
puzzled lo Gud a candidate wbo will stand
for nomination at tbe approaching " elee-
ttou." Air. Robertsou, one of tbe most
liberal and progressive lawyers in either
colony, and the general favorite of tbe
miner*, declines to represent Cariboo or
uny oilier constituency in tbe Official
Legislative Council of British Columbia.
Under other circumstances we would regret exceedingly, Mr. Robertson's eoirse,
—for uo belter man could be found for
tbe position—but, as we bave said iu a
previous issue, it is simply degrading the
people to have ao election at all. Another
gentleman, Mr. MacLaren, equally popn
lar acd equally capable, is put forward by
tbe Mining Board of Curiboo, hut in au
able letter to the Sentind, be declines the
"honor,'1 and gives his rensor.8 very
lucidly for so doing. It is rumored that
he was subsequently persuaded to accept
the nomination but fo far we have nothing
before us to tbat effect. Mr. McLaren administered some sonnd castigations to
Governor Soymour for His Excellency's
misrepresentations. Quoting from that
portion of the celebrated Parisian Despatch in which tbe gubernatorial penman
says—"I like lo bear auy grievance
which the American miner may imagine
he suffers from in Cariboo disposed of as
now by the remark ' wait for the next
election 1'" Mr. McLaren very properly
observes :
Now I do not think there is an intelligent
American iu Cariboo that thinks if Daniel
Webster were to come from the dead and represent them in this Council be could reform
it, with ten official members voting their own
salaries, and only responsible to themselves,
nud only five elective ones, especially when
tbe Government hnve a declared written policy
nt Downing Street which they are pledged to
support.
Alluding to tho statement in the despatch tbat " a large sum was spent iu
connecting by a long street tlie three
mining towns in Cariboo," Mr. McLaren
says:
Now the estimates for roads, streets nnd
bridges was $125,600; the ' large snm ' spent
on our BTau.Br woo $C,Taa. This atreel- lauuly
nine feet wide, without a railing on the creek
aide, and over which one or two vehicles fall
every week. Again, Governor Seymour says,
' Public libraries, etc., testify to tbe energy of
the Government,' Tbe Cariboo Library has
cost in pub ic subscriptions and private donations over $'8,000 ; the Government expenditure is $400. Energy! ' Ne dites moijamais
ce bete de mot.'
The rest of the letter is too pointed and
too forcible to bear condensing, and we
therefore give it in its entirety :
It is also a part of the policy to represent
that British Columbia is prosperous and satis
fied. It well way. One olliciul for every 46
inhabitants, and a taxation equivalent to
$250 per caput.
The Civil List in Canada in 1861 was $437,
285, the population 2,500,000. Th- Civil
List of British Columbia in 18G6 is $178,358,
the population li,000. Yet the Canadian
Government were compelled to tetiuce their
salaries )2\ pcrctnt. We are satisfied I Our
Government apprcprlates to itself about one-
fourth of the revenue for managing (?) the
tbree fourths—30 ;>er cent commission. The
item " Governor" in the estimates is $29,654
50, almost $5000 more than the mighty ruler
of 40 states and 30,000,000 of pooplo receives.
Well done five thousand 1 Highly satisfied
prosperous five thousand I
Again It is part of the policy of this
Government to ofTer certain conditions of
Union or annexation to Vancouver Island,
apparently becauso they cannot be aecopted ;
nnd the whole Colony is represented as endorsing a viow which is only chei tubed hy a
party. ' Space will tint allow mc to follow
this policy luriber at present; but I must say
It is one iu wbich I have no confidence.
I perceivo also that the only relationship
existing between the miners and the Government at present is a supreme contempt on thc
part of the former and a morbid insensibility
on the part of the latter—a relationship witb
which I do uot wish lo deal.
It is bigh time fur tbe Government to
shako off its dignity of dullness, to diccern
the real condition of tbe Colony, to abandon
the idea that a mere fishing station at thc
filthy mouth of the Fraser is the whale of
British Columbia, to adopt a stronger bond
of union than the bond of common plunder,
and to abandon for ever tho worship of Janus.
It will no longer satisfy the American or any
other miner to " wait for the next election."
It is only in popular institutions that the
people can be represented ; it is only in popular institutions therefore that I ever wish to
represent the people.
Such are the sentiments of every independent and intelligent man in either
colony ; tbe only misfortune is they are
not always actid np to. Men will be
found to come forward for "honors" the
most questionable, and people will be
discovered tamo enough _ to submit to a
bad state of things rather than assume
the trouble of remedying it. The only
consolation is that necessity compels them
altimately to do their duty. When things
com<. to the worst—when mismanagement cai^es with it general destruction,
and empties *,e colony of the best povtion
of the inbabitaou -when in fact political
indifference is seen to produce as it always   does,   pecuniary   indigence,   then
something has to be done. That t.oue-
thing, like everything else that comes too
late, generally wfiuiues • violent and revolutionary character, aod so the population
as a punislimeut for tbeir careletttiets or
inertia, have to meet wilh tb* worst
phase of a country's existence. The
safest and quietest remedy for the people
of British Columbia, would have been to
bave scouted the proposition of an election
altogether, and brought tbe Government
into an ostensible as well as virtual dcu
potism, or forced it into a representative
institution.
New Advertisements.
New Advertisements.
.1
VIRGINIA
n
By Steamship Active*
TOBACCO  &  SEGAHS
FOR   THE   MILLION!
P    CAMPBELL,
Has received  Ihe most celebrated VIRGINIA BRANDS by express from
New York Ciiy,
Twists, Rai.'i;oad, May Flower,
AND THE
ADELPHI   COLD   BAR,
-Manufactured eipressly for him,
ATLAMIC A\D PACIFIC CABLE TWIST
and other Tobaccos too numerous to
mention,
Meerschaum, Briar Root,
—AND—
ALL KINDS  OF PIPES,
Flaying; Curds, Matches---all
varieties.
Havana  Cigars
By the Cargo or Sample.
S&* Offiee of C. F.  Green's Victoria
aud Esquimalt Express.
F. f.UIPBEM,,
oc 4 ADELPHI SEGAR STORE.
N o tj: C E.
FROM AND AFTER THIS DATE I WILL
accept
Sank Bills for Eents
Or for any other payments to be made to me.
II.   E.   NKKLVK.
Victoria, V.I., Oct. 3, 1866. oc 3
Queen Charlotte Coal
Mining Company (Lim)
Notice  of  Meeting.
AN EXTRAORDINARY GENERAL MEKT-
ing of shareholders of this Company will
be held in the offlce of iho Company, CItv
Oounci! Chambers, on THURSDAY, tlir llth
duy of October, inst., at one o'clock p.m., for
the purple of electing Directors; as so'iio
doubts have arisen as to tho legality of the
eloolion of the present Board.
The Fourth Ordinary Meeting of tho Company will be held at tho same hour and place
on Wednesday tha 17ih dny of October inst.,
for receiving Quarterly Report and general
business.
Cor. Broad and Trounce sts.,"(
October 3, 1866. /
00 3 J- S. WILLIS, Secretary.
The "Grotto,1'
OPPOSITE THE TELEGRAPH OFFICII.
For a glass of choice liquor go to the
" Grotto,"
There " nokb but thb best '' yoo will
find is the motto.
Mint Juleps, Sherry Cobblers—eveiything
cooling ;
Come ye that do thirst, you will find its
no fooling.
oc2
CARRIAGE  PAINTING
IN ALL ITS BRANCHES,
Yates Street,
Between Deluge Engine House
and the International Hotel.
Work   solicited, and   done   on  the most
reasonable terms by '
W. M. KEOHAN.
oc 2-lm
Jesse  Cowper,
Wholesale aud Retail Dealer io
BOOTS AND SHOES,
LEATHER,
—AXD—
SHOE    FINDINGS,
TTATES    STREET,
OPPOSITE WELLS, FARGO k Cu
At the old stand nf Webster k Co., ii
prepared lo supply tbe wants of tbo
public iu his line.
The Latest Stvles
Received liy every arrival from Englni C
anrl San  Francisco. oc 2
FASHION MUSIC HALL,
ADJOINING WELLS, FARGO * CO'S,
Yates    Street.
THE   PROPRIETOR  TAKES GREAT
pleasure in announcing the arrival of the
celebrated
PRIMA DONNA & PIANISTB,
Madam Josephine Berndt,
Who will every evening entertain the visitors
with selections from the most favorite
OPERAS,
And tho most
POPULAR BALLADS,
In English,   French,   Italian, German,
Hungarian, Spanish, etc., etc-, etc-,
Being one of tbo most accomplished
Lingusts and Vocalists of the Day
In addition to tho talented Madam Berndt
the services of the following galaiy of beauty
l.".-..  knnn   "tll/no-pd   tO   Wfllt Itpo" o»»«.fc.w».i.».
MISS   MILEOY,       MISS  SWEET,
"      DEVRIES, "     WALSH,
MADAM GRENIER.
Open every evening at 8J p.m.
A.JDlsA.TSSXOlX'      FREE.
C.     BROOKS,
oc 1 Proprietor.
Chronicle   copy
UNTOTIOE.
THE ROYAL HOTEL,
Wharf   Street,
HAS REDUCED ITS PRICES TO MEET
tlie times, and clean comfortable beds
can bcobtaino I for 25 nents per night or $1 60
per week.    Board $1 per day.
8. HILL,  Proprietress.
If. B —The Hotel is lire-proof. oc 1
BANK  OF  BRITISH   COLUMBIA.
London, 3d August, 1868.
FROM AND AFTER 25th SEPTEMBER,
1866, Mn. David Mausuall Lano will
cease to be Manager of this Bank in tbese
Colonies, und Ms. Wh. Cunns Waiid ii
authorised to peif-.rm thc duties of Principal
OHicer of the Bunk in these Colonics, signing
ill documents ad Aciing Manager.
By order of tho Court of Directors,
JAS. D. WALKER,
so 26-lm Inspector.
New AdvtTtisciii.'iits.
New Ailvertiaernents
SAN   FRANCISCO
HAVANACIGAKS.
LEWIN & ANTHONY, OYSTER   SALOOS !
TOBACCONISTS.
47 Yates St., Brick Store
Ncit to Corner of Government St.,
BKG TO INFORM THEIR FRIENDS AND
tie pnblic iu general that Ihey will eon
sinnily receive by every eli'amer a good assortment ot Genuine "avium rigai-M
mid the Bent UrundH of Tobacro,
imported direct for this market, so that tbey
are able to enrnpnta witb any br.use on tbis
Island, either Wholesale or Relnil.
N.  B— Special   attention will ba paid  to
Country orders.
HEIMAN  LEWIN.     |     LOUIS ANTHONY,
oc 2
Government   street
Between Gus Keyser's aud W. Wilson'*
NEW   WESTMINSTER
GAME   DEPOT,
YATES   ST.,
Next door to the corner of Government,
opposite Zelner's Drug Store.
'pHE SUBSCRIBER HAVING MADE AR-
i rangeraents to receive from different
parties tho produ o of the Island and country
will be prepared to lurnish
Game,
Fish,
Fruits,
PouKry,
Eggs   and    Vegetables,
Each and all in tbeir season, at thc lowest
prices.
JAMES   ALLEU.
ocl lm
Oriental Restaurant,
YATES   STREET,
In connection with the Oriental Hotel.
THIS   ESTABLISHMENT   IS   OPEN  AT
ALL HOURS OF THE DAY OR NIGHT.
T-EIH    TABLE
Will be furnished with the best tbo market
affords.
Breakfast,
Dinner,
Supper
At moderate prices,
Oysters   in   every   Style.
Private Rooms for small or large parties.
Call and judge for yourselves.        6e 30-1 m
nnHB UNDERSIGNED, IN VIEW OF THB
J. " Good Times " folks said were coming,
has OPENED the above premises,and intends
to OPEN THE BEST OYSTERS lh. market
furnishes.   TLey will be
Koaslrd
Fried
Stewed
In or Out of tbe Shell.
t&~ Open at all hours,
se 2.1-lu,
J. B. BUBLL.
2\232kC.O-T7-ATj.
DR. POWELL HAS REMOVED HIS
Surgery and Residence to tbe corner of
DOUGLAS AND BROUGHTON STREETS
(near Fort).
Officii Hni'Rg—9 A. M.  to  12  M., and  S
P. M. to 10 P. M.
August 23. ,„ 2g
Dissolution  of Partnership.
NOTICE.
'I HE PARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE EX-
I isting between Thomas Napier Hibben
and James Carswell, noder the nam" or firm.
of Hibben k Carswell, has been this day dissolved by mutual consent.
The ouslncss will in future be carried ob
by Mr. T. N Hibben, who will pay and receive all money due to or owing by ths lata
firm
Dated tbis 13th day of September 1868.
THOMAS NAPIER HIBBEN,
JAMES  OARSWELL.
Witness  to the signature of Thomas Napier
Hibben,
Gbohoe Pkakkes,
Solicitor, Victoria, V. I.
Witness to the SiRnature of James Carswell,
RoUhiiT Bishop,
Solicitor, Victoria, V. I.
se 13-lm
"ROUND THE CORNER"
IS THE NAME OF THE
1ST E TT-    SALOQN
JUST OPENED IN
Lima ley   Street,   round  the
corner from Yates street,
In  the building formerly occupied   by   the
Saloon of EasuiuaDT's Hurst,.
The Saloon bas been tastefully refitted,
and will bo supplied witb the
FIRST   QUALITY   OF
Wines  and Liquors.
The proprietor respectfully invites thc public lo call "ROUND THE CORNER" and
judge for themselves.
GOVKItNEENT   STIIEET     ENTRANCE — NEXT
door to the Telegraph Office,
so 29        JACOB   HERKIMER.
OLYMPIA OYSTERS
■   IN  EVERY STYLE AT
A.   W.  PIPER'S,
AND  THE
Best Welsh Itarebits
OW    THE    ISLAND.
se 19
LTJMBEB
A   LARGE   ASSORTMENT   OF  ROUGH
and dressed for sale cheap,
J. ROBERTSON STEWART.
Victoria, V. I., 20ih August, 1888. so 22
CHAMPAGNE!
NAPOLEON'S CABINET
BOXJOHE.
WE   HAVE   APPOINTED MESSRS.
GRELLEY &   FITERRE, of Victoria,
SOLE   AGENT8
—70»—
Vancouver  Island and  Eritlsh
Columbia.
(if our above-named Wines.
Boucho Fils & Co.,
at Mareuil-sur-Ay,
se 19 Champagne, France.
J. H-  Turner & Co.
GOVERNMENT STREET,
VICTORIA, V. I.
LONDON    HOUSE,
September, 1866.
We have received by "Royal Tar" and late Express arrivals a
great part of our Autumn and Winter Stock. It comprises as usual a
full assortment of Staple and Fancy Goods.
Linens, Cottons, Pkints, Damasks,
Blankets, Flannels. &c,
Dress Goods, The New Linseys, Serges, Merinos,
Poplines, Plaids, &c.
Shawls—Rich Broche, Wool, Himalayan, &c,
Ladies' and Children's Underclothing,
Mantles, Furs, Hosiery, Embroideries, Laoe
Goods, &c.
Millinery—Wreaths, Head Dresses, a beautiful selection
of Bonnets in the Lamballe, Pamela, and other new
shapes;  Hats in silk, velvet, and straw.
Tliis department is now under the direction of a First Class French
Milliner, who arrived by last steamer.
The above goods have been selected by our London partner with great
care, and will be sold on most favorable terms.
LONDON   FIRM,
J- P- Tunstall & O0.
t=c21
J.   H.   Turner   &   Oo.,
Agents for Alexandre's Kid Gloves. Winning   dDtlcgrapb.
THURSDAY EVENING,   OCTOBER 4,1H0C.
COMMERCIAL.
' 1 -lil'lllt'l I.
Per schr GROWLER, Capt. Williams, from
Wbidby Island, 900 bush barley, Stou du oats.
.Ml do wheat, 170 His wool, IU hides, ti doi
fowls.    Valus $1,054.
■ HIPPING   IM'KLUIUEM.'K.
PORT Or VICTORIA. VANOUUVEU   ISLAND.
mnn.
Oct 4—Sip Thornton, Warreu, Ssanick.
Sch Growler, Williams, Port Angelos.
CLUHIU.
Oct 4 -Sip Letitia, Adams, Port   Angelos.
Niw Westminster Lidsuamtv.—It bus
been so much tbe custom to run down or
laugh at everything done in tlie capital oi' the
neighboring colony, that it is refreshing to
announce au act that calls forth tbe admiration of even the mos. hostile Victorian. Tbe
Britith Columbian joflice wo bave already announced was burned to the ground, und the
type destroyod, and neither the place nor the
material was insured. On this fact becoming
generally known tho inhabitants mado up a
gubscription wbich in thc course of a very
little time amounted to one thousand dollars,
the old offlce of tho North Pacific Time, was
purchased, aid tbe paper again made its appearance, baving only omitted a single publication. It is rather an interesting fact that
one side of the paper had been printed off
when tbe fire occurred and through the exertions of the firemen it was saved. The
issue which came down yesterday was ibis
number bearing indications on its edges of
the conflagration. We congratulate our contemporary on so speedy resumption of publl-
catioa, and record our admiration of Ihe
noble spirit of liberality which animated the
people of New Westminster on his behalf.
Fuseiul or Blltirf Nayloii.—The fun. ral
of the Uu ilr. Willium llrook Naylor, sheriff
of lb*Colony, took place this afleraoon at 3
o'clork. The funeral prOCOTlloD consisting
of the members of lb* l»0 Masonic 1-
the iu.-mbi-rs of the Fire Department, and th*
citizens, formed in front of the Ussonlo Hall,
Government street, and proceeded to the
reside.ee of Ihe deceased, James Bay,
whence they took the route along Government .Square round the head of James Bey,
alon^ Humboldt, Government tod Fort streets
to Christ Church and thence to the cemetery,
in tbe following order : Ride Volunteer Band,
playing the " Iliad March" iu Saul; members of the Vancouver and Victoria lodges, in
lull regalia ; thc Hoarse, wilh Me-srs. D. B.
King, 11. Wooton.C. B. Young, J, J.Cochrane,
It. 8. S. Green, Dr. Powell and Captain Frain,
as chief mourners; brother officials of the deceased; tho Police ; member* of tbe Fire Department; citizens; draymen, with their
drays ; iu all numbering; more than three
hundred persons, aud forming tbe largest
funeral ever seen in the colony. At the
cemetery the solemn nnd impressive services
prescribed by the Masonic order were read by
tbe Chaplain, the Rev, Thos. Somerville, and
the body of the lamented gentleman wus consigned to its mother earth amid the profound
feeling of Borrow at tbo loss ef a trustworthy
official, a good citizen, and a faithful und
kiud-heurled friend.
Fuinch Millinery—The millinery department at London Bonis is now under the management of a lady who arrifed by last steamer from Paris.—J. H. Tuiineii k Co. *
"Jack" ih Trouble.—Four sailors from II.
M. ships at Esquimalt were brought up in the
Police Court this morning, charged by ollicer
Abson with fighting in the streets, and with
assaulting him in the execution of his duty.
It appeared that the jolly tars bad got on a
spree and were becoming rather too demonstrative, when officer Abson interfered and
attempted to take ouo of tbem into custody.
He resisted and was assisted by the others,
who knocked tho officer down, and the culprits then ran for it, ono of them jumping
into a boat lying at Reid's ferry, containing
three men. Just as the boat was moving off
officer Ferrall jumped in after the runaway
and the boat upset plumping the whole lot
into the water, whenco they were rescued by
John Iteid. The sailors were then arrested
sod lodged in gaol, two civilians who were in
the boat also being imprisoned for aiding
their escape. After hearing the case this
morning tho magistrate remanded the lot for
further evideuce, except one sailor whom
officer Abson admitted be tried to kick, and
whom the magistrate let off with a fine ol $1,
as the ollicer had exceeded his duty.
ExcnusioN—Outhe invitation of Dr. Tolmie,
of tho H. B. Co., a large party of ladies aud
gentlemen started on the steamer Enterprise
this morning for an excursion up Puget Sound.
The party consisted of His Excellency and
family, Sir James Douglas and family, Judge
Noedham and daughters, several other officials.
Dr. Tolmie and family, non. R. Finlayson and
family, and many others. The Enterprise
■ailed about 10 o'clock, calling at Esquimalt,
when she took on board a large number of
officers from II. H. ships , she then sailed for
Port Angelos, and will call at all thc principal
8ound ports, returning on Saturday evening.
Thi Sbbisvalty.—His Kxoollonoy has appointed William Robert Haynes Adamson to
be Sheriff, vice Naylor, deceased. The appointment we think ia a most judicious one.
Mr. Adamson Is a gentleman fully capable in
ivery way of performing the duties of thc
office, and will, we aro satisfied, prove a
worthy successor to tho late lamented Sheriff.
VANcecvra Rowing Clcb.—A meeting of
the members of the Vancouver Rowing Club
will be held to-morrow afternoon, at three
o'clock, to receive the boat, make arrangements for erews, and for getting up races &c.
All members are requested to be presont.
Rewabd Ofvsbbo.—The British Columbian
government offers a reward of $500 for the
apprehension and conviction of the villains
who set fire to the Columbian newspaper
office.
Thb Enterprise will not make her customary trip to New Westminster to-morrow, consequently we will have no communication
with the sister colony till next week.
A correspondent of a New Orleans
paper writes from Alexandria, Louisiana :
'General Beauregard is under parole to
the United States military authorities,
and has visited Europe under the special
permission of the President of the United
States ; and he will abide especially by
that parole and by that permission. In
this regard he will not engage his services
to any of tbe European belligerents without the express permission of tbe President.'
Rihoval.—Messrs. Solomon Bros, have removed to the two-story brick building on
Government street, opposite the St. Nicholas
Hotel. They have received, ex ship Mohawk,
from London, a fine assortment of men's
clothing and underclothing, which they will
•ell lower than any honse in; town. Give them
a call. •
CAIIIBOU.
MINING INTELLIGENCE.
[From the Sentinel.)
WILLIAMS   CREEK.
The lute ruin lias had the cheering effect of starting every claim on the creek
to uctive operations ngniti, uml there is
every prospect of considerable dust being
taken out yet before full. Owinf,' to the
almost total suspension of mining on the
creek till within tlic lust few days, scarcely
any money hns been taken out for the
past week, but now that everything is In
(borough working order, we , trust to report favorably ou mining mutters generally before the end of the present week.
. Tlie United Co. in Conkliu Gulch washed up for the week 15G oz, thus yielding
u dividend uf %1i to the share.
'  GltOUSE  CHEKK
The Heron Co. are still taking oul
good puy ; the Wash up for the week ending 22d instant, wus -J0l oz. %A.
The Discovery Co. took out about 150
oz. for tho week.
I1EGUS  GULCH.
Wo were shown a beautiful specimen
thnt was tuken out of u claim ou tins
gulch lust week weighing over three
ounces. There uro only tvvu companies Bt
work on thc gulch und both ure making
over wages.
LOWHEK  CREEK,
Tiie millers on the upper pn<I of I liis
reek who Imve been idle for it month
.ist, are now endeavoring to mako up for
ost timu by taking advantage of the
opious supply of water now runuing in
heir ditcbej uud iu tlic creek.
CANYON-   CItKKK.
The qutiriz discoveries on Hixon creek
nre now uttructiug considerable attention.
The VVnsiiliurn uud Steward companies
are the only ones which ban commenced
prospecting systematically. The lurmur
company sunk n shaft near the creek
about 18 Teet in depth, and were '.hen
driven out by the water. They Imve nol
as yet found uny defined lead, but the indications ure good. In sinking they came
across a great many detached pieces of
quartz, iu soinu of wliicli gulil wus visible
to the linked eye. In sinking tlie shuft
they took out ubout liilf a ton of rock,
and bave shipped it to Sun i'runcisco to
be tested.
A new creek, culled Terry's creek,
nbout six miles east of Hixon creek and
emptying into Cauyon crick, is reported
to bo paying well. Letters Imve been received here from parties who nre mukiiig
from $15 to $20 per day. The gold is
of the sume nature as that found on Hixon creek, being full of quartz, and of a
poor quality: the Unnk of British Columbia are only paying $14 25 un ouuee for
the dust.
ELECTION INTELLIGENCE.
Mr. McLaren has issued an able ad«
dress to the Mining Board declining to
stand for Cariboo. The Sentinel says :
We bave just heard that Mr. G. A.
Walkem. our late member, is a candidate
for re-eleotiou. It would appear that he
bus thrown off on his Lillooet friends.
The measures which Mr. Harris pledges
himself to support and advocate if returned are these : The abolition of Rond
Tolls ; the establishment of schools
throughout the colony ; reduction of officials' salaries ; abolition of sinecuro offices ; passing of a Homestead Law ; the
amendment of the present Mining Laws
so as to preveut mining suits being carried
into a Court of Chancery ; reduction of
the tariff on certain articles such as beans,
bacon, &c, to 12$ per cent ; Government
support to the Curiboo Hospital , the
passing of a measure for authorizing a
Gold Commissioner to constrnct trails
Irom one mining camp to another, on application of a certain number of thc resident miners.
The lt< « i :>(iiiii  ul   Governor
>«'jiiionr.
To tlit Editor of the Evi nittti Trlnjraph :
Sm—Mirny nf un, and I mn afraid I
belong to tbat cUm, ure too apt lo net
impulsively instead of calmly submitting
men nnd I heir nets to our deliberate Ruber
judgment, Wei-no go farther, by anticipating results ihut muy never take
pltce, and often never would unless
prompted by imr own rashness. If we
ure to believe iu reports, il wonld n\-
peur lhut Mr. Seymour is positively to be
governor of both colonies united; ihat he
may shortly arrive, und .it is said may at
once tike up liis residence (or some time
among us. Coming, as he will, in the
character of the rtp(/P*°UiiU of our
beloved Queen, there can be no qui s ion
with me, though I fear tliere'may be with
others, how the gentleman ought to he
received; let us lirst see whether we have
hitherto treated bin properly. Everybody
here at tbe lime of tlie arrival of Governor Kennedy must remember tbe extra,
ordinary ovation mado to that gentleman,
uud, strange to lay, thouirh we knew no
more of him thun we did of Governor
Seymour, this gentleman never received
the slightest demonstration of civility
from the inhabitant of Victoria, even
before what was considered his hosii'e
action towards this colony. M'liat
renders this fuct nil the more re-
iniirkuble is that the Victorians huve
rendered themselves famous by the
numerous banquets given lo distinguished
foreigners and to citizens, some of whom
could hardly, by tlie most liberul construction, bo ranked among the d stin-
guislied ; now it must in all candour be
confessed that a governor of a neighbouring colony had a legitimate rigiit on his
lirst visit lo tin's colony to expect as
much attention to be shown him by its
Inhabitants as any of Ibe gentlemen referred to.   There is another circumstance
also which lias certainly not been calculated to captivate the good will of Governor Ssymour, and that is the constant
clamour of our press against the government of British Columbia, wbich may
have induced the effective reprisal of
[linking goods from Victoria pay heavier
duties than those that are imported direct
from a foreign port. But what must have
justly exasperated Governor Seymour beyond any otlier act wns the resolution
that the colony over whose destinies he
had been recently se.it to preside, should
be united lo this one, without oven consulting him on the mutter, though it
might have involved the great inconvenience o( removal from a home where be
had made every prepurntion to pass the
full term of his governorship. 1 think
lliat hy fur the greater number of your
readers after having duly considered these
facts will agree with me, thnt .Governor
Seymour had abundant cause for ei.ter-
laiuing anything but a'friendly feeling fur
tlio inhabitants of this colony. If Governor Ssymour bus influenced Iler
Majesty s government in depriving us of
our representative institutions, and substituting un infinitely less liberul constitution in tlieir steud, hy misstatements,
i by assertions ut palpable variance with
the truth, neither be nor any other gentleman can be justified in such a course,
and yet ns we have indulged in great
flights of imagination in pleading our
ease, Governor Seymour may think that
he hud n right to use the same
means. I Imve heard more thnn one of
our politicians declare ' tlmt the end oh-
tniiied justifies tlic means,' but this I presume, with tlieir usual liberality hoy
meant to apply exclusively to themselves;
whatever means Governor Seymour bus
used, ho has triumphed and how do we
know bat tliat like General Scott after
baving conquered Mexico, ho muy derive
much more li mor and glory from the mod-
era!Ion Ivitb n'lui'li he use his victory than
front the victiuy itself? t\ great wrong
lias no doubt been (hum ns by ihe Imperial Government, ihough wo did voluntarily submit our fulo to ils decision, but
we Imve yet to see the operation of the
law from which we apprehend so much
injury ; the law itself may prove eveu
bcueliciul though I very much doubt the
possibility, but if the effects of it should
liccome insupportable, we have tlie
authority of our greatest philosopher
und of our greatest jurisconsult to use
all the means wo can employ for
resistance. For my owu part 1
should uo more think of insulting
Governor Kennedy on his departure, than
of treating Governor Seymour with any
demonstrations of incivility ou his arrival
and 1 hope and trust that he will be re.
ceived with the respect due to his position,
which will no doubt be properly appreciated by him, and may do much good,
while evil must inevitably result from a
display of ill-will.
Monitou.
Special Notice*.
Mr. Ztna h.yt* tu announce to the InDahit-
ants ot Victoria that be liu« lun ly taoaltai a
large assortment .ot Children's Cartages and
Chain, Fisbiaa Baskets and  Pishing Cio.t,
tnd » large qui"'ii/ ol Market and U"Ve ling
llntketi. China V.isei, tantf Goods and Toys,
«U .-/ ui..>-u Lave to be sold ou or lietore
Pebruarv neit «t gX'tlly reduced prices
(iuodt «uld al wholesale lor co«t puces.     *
Ma. Iiii.nv I'aljii.u requcels that orders for
teucbinc, playing and luniug Pia lofortes. and
for instruction Is Singing, may be !• :
.Me-sri. llibbeu k Carswell, .Stationers and
Booksellers, Government street, ur at his residence, near the'Op of Fort street. *
Alexandra's Ci.ovst—Messrs, J. H. Turner
k Co., London House, have received to-day,
by Bnpresi fruiu Paris, a lull assortment of
ilexandn-'s famous kid glove., for which
they are the sole a^ems iu Vancouver Island
and British 0i lambla. *
— — Ll'.— ■ -I- " A ».*ll- A^L-A.
New  Advertinementi.
NEW BUTCHER  SHOP.
Wm. B. Townsend
B
EGS TO  iXFUltM TUK PUBLIC THAT
Holloway's Piu*.—iJujrlu** i.nJ &»*«! Ccraplalnit,
—Th ■•« m-il.iu.ei ttt ever present, &.r.d if left unit
f.-tid'-l ff*-4 i*>ii.iy tertointte fttta.ll>'* Ic nbould bfl
evenwli'te kootlfl tint hotb choler* etui dial rlicst <1 •-
pendoi Ilie jh-mpii-r of Home iiuti^g-aied imbalance In
Iho i"i"i oh OT bOVfbfOT WM d-1■ ■ t*■ ci■ -u• matter 1n
the blow), aiid Ibtt HoUotft)'! Pilli tan *xp*l either
•,\ il,.*-and «X|nrii*iou. Tliey cone* utrate io a «ur
prising tWgTKV \mrifyii.g, alternative, regulating aid
stnofthsulng i.Qlllli*s, uQ'1 thui exert < v»r i-rery Interne) oivau (bt tfi.o'.s»om«l*' c<intr<<lJliiK fnfiuinj* »•
DtetflMiT tt,t nubilJini: t%t*>ttit*i action in the hu'nan
frun*t. HoUowjjr'iaiodlatot U1**y *" tdViMttftPatlj
iHken its a mcanfl ifko<p!rit( th ■ hi -od pure iiu] Uie
bod/ foul—tLu un y practicable plan ol tit .'.utaini.:.'
health in youth, minb'>od. «u<l old *gt.
A Nkw and Grand Kpocu It MEDIO till—
\)v. M.igyii'l ii ibe t'uundu ol a new Hod leal
system. The qu;intuarmuH, whose VMt inter-
tiail tlosrs rnteeble thu aiumuuh und [lunib'Zi*
the bowels, must give precedence io Lhc man
who reiiored health ami appetite, wilh from
one to two of his extraordinary Pills, and
cures the most virulent sores with a box or ho
of his wonderful aud ail healing Salve. These
two greiu y|»eclics of the Doclurs are (fist IU-
perseilinir all tho stereotyped po»tfOrni of the
day. Exir iKiiiinury cures hv M iftfxltA'i Pilli
and Salve Imve opened the eyes uf the public
to the inefficiency of the (so culled) rcniedk'S
of others, mid upon which ptopt* huve so Wag
bl:ndly depended. M*(jgiel*S 1'iils nre uo oi
the class that are swallowed hy the doZ'-n, and
of which every boi. lull taken creates an absolute neee-sitv 'nr another Unt or two t (
Maggiel e Pills suffices to place the bowels in
perfect order, tone the Stomach, create au appetite, and render the Bptfltl light ami buoyant J There i? no Kripi"fft nnd no reaction iu
the form of constipation. If the liver is affected, it? fuoctious are restored ; aud it the
parVOUfl system i.-» feeble, it is invigorated.
Ttrif last quality makes tlie medicines very
de-irable lor tho wants Of delicate female!.
Ulcerous and eruptive diseases are literally
fximjjuUhpd by tne disinfectant power of
Maggiel's Salvo. In fact, it is iiere announced
tbatJHflg'fflel'l IU lou.s, 3>.\M"'P<ic
and Ulan Ira 1*1 fl* cure where all
others tail. Wtiile for Burns, Scalds, Chil
blains, Cuts aud ull abrasions of tho skin
.tlsigffit'lN SlllVo is infallible. Sold hy
J. Mauuikl, 11 Pine utree', Now York, aud all
Druggists, at -■'• cts per box.
Queen Charlotte Coal Mining Co.
(LIMITED.)
Notice   of  Assessment.
AT A MEETING OF DIRECTORS OF THE
above Company held this day tbe following resolution was passed :—
** That an Assessment of Sixpence sterling
per Share on A shares be now made, payable
to tho Secretary at the office of tbe Company,
on or before tbe 20th inst., between the hours
of 11 A.M. and 2 P.M. daily."
J. S. WILLIS,
Corner Broad and Trounce sts.)  SecreU
September Stb, 1866.       j
'-ti
SATURDAY   NEXT
lie will re opeu tlm
Eureka     Market,
COVER.VIIENI'   STREET,
Adjoining tbe  UamHO   ticiiotsa,
WLiTe be Impel,   li)'  W]jiii|_c  a guud irticl*
• ij'i   hy btriui .iller.lioQ  lo busineya, tu
merit a sbare ul' tbe public patr^uuge.
ie '.'S-liu
An Appeal  to  tlie Citizens of
Vicloiii. V-1
'PHE CONGREGATION' EMANT-EL OP
1 Vii;torii, V. I., iu meeting assembled, tbi)
'!uv. Saturday, Sept. '22a\, ld6C,
Resolved, Tbut lbe aid of our Fellow Citi-
MSi "full Denomination! bc solicited ibrougb
tiie fi'lluwing ttutborizi'd nnd duly appointed
Coiumiliee. Aud tbat sucli Committee endeavor, by every means in their power, to
raise fund's mheteby nnrt of the debt or mort-
gage ou the Isruelitish .Synagogue may be
cancelled. Knowing the liberal views and
geueioaity of the citizens of Victoria, lbe congregation bas not the slightest doubt (making
due itllowance tor the dullness of the season)
that Iheir appeal will meet with tbat response
which the exigency of the oiM requires.
A. JACOBS, President.
L. ANTH0NT, Secretary.
H. M. conE.v,
LEWIS LEWIS,
D. KHIBFBEK,
J. \V. KEYSER,
se24 Commiiteeon Subscription.
N(QUVEAIJTES
DE   L'aI"!'U.MNE    EX   DhIVBE.
J. H. TURNER Er CIE..
Ont riionneui' d'informer leura
amies et le public quil viennes de
recevoir un assortiment de Xouve-
autes de Modes des Meilleurs liaisons de Paris.
MAISON DE LONDRES.
Beptembre, 1866. se23
New  Advertisements.
Yorkshire   13ucon!
Ex Royal Tar,
Kor sale by
FELL k CO.,
se'Jti Yates street.
PiE-OFEnsrinsra-
—Of  THK—
EUREKA CONCERT ROOM
l\l)EB TIIIC UIMBUn OF MRS. QllftLF.S.
THIS MOST FAVORITE ANII FA8HIOS-
able  place  of amusement  baving been
entirely rc-dcorated will re-open This Kren-
log nl li o'clock.    Mr. Neil Rei'l, the fa in
Ilanjn Flayer will be in aiicndiiucc to ninii-e
vi-itors with bis minstrel Sonpi. Al the Har
id''In-t ol'case Liquors and Havana Cigars
will be dispensed.
Open ataty  Evening at* 9 o'clock, admissiou
free. sc 24
REMOVAL.
W.  HEATH OM
ft
BEGS LEAVE TO INFORM HIS
Iriends und thu public tbat be bat
removed bis
Boot and Shoe Store
To GovKRNMKvr sriiEET. two doors from *.h«
"Colonist and Chronicle" OBicc, where he
will continue bis Boot Making business.
BOOTS AND SHOES MADE TO 0EDEE
Of the best materials and workmanship.
N.B.—Repairing done at shortest notice.
SDorborg & Rueff,
COMMISSION   MERCHANTS,
Importers nnd Wholesale Denies in
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS,
Boots and Shoes,
Wharf street, Victoria, Y. 1. oc 2
NOTICE .
4LL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS
A against the undersigned arc requested to
present thenf within 30 days from date.
All persons indebted to the undersigned are.
requested to settle their accounts within 30
days e'ther by note or otherwise, or they will
he given to my Atlirney for collection, as I
intend to leave for Europe.
sc 16 lm J. W. KEYSER.
FOR     SALE
TWO GROVERi BAKER SEWING
MACHINES, for heavy work; one
Singer's Machine, No. 2, for fine and heavy
work.
All the goods pertaining to the business,
inclii'ling cotton goods, ticking, pulu, and
other goods too numerous loo mention.
The above will be sold for less tban cost
within 30 days.
Terms—Cash or approved Notes.
—ALSO-
The entire slock of Crockery, Hardware,
Furniture, Fancy Goods, ic,, on the same
terms ns above.
All goods unsold titer 30 days will be sold
at anetion.
se 16-ltn J. W. KEYSER.
New  Goods
EX   "ROYAL  TAR.'
THOS. WILSON & GO,,
Invite attention to tlieir
\eu Stock ot HIMIiR
GOO I1M just nrrived by
RojfmI   Tar    Irom   London,
consisting  ol*
FLANNELS—Welsh— Twilled Saxony
l'laiu and Fancy Colors
DITTO — Canton — White   and   Un-
bleachtd
BLANKETS—All sizes
BALMORAL SKIRTS
FRENCH MERINOS-In all colors
—ALSO—
Hoyles' Prints, Horrockses' Long Cloths,
Linen and Cotton Ticks, Sheetings,
Quilts, Drugget Squares, Green Baize,
Hollands, American Leather Cloth,
—AND—
A General Assortment of Goods suitable for
the Autumn aud Winter.
Tho.?.  Wilson &  Co.,
MASONIC BUILDING,
GOVERKMEST   STREET
se 20
Cow For Sale
A COW (AND CALF SIX WEEKS OLD),
warranted perfectly gentle.    Price $55.
Also, a young steer.
Apply to
ee:-0
G. NIAS, James Bay.
na
._, Obituary.
The London correspondent of the S.
F. Alio thus notices the deaths of several
personages eminent in tlieir way aud
whose names will be familiar to many of
our rendors :
Two of the finest sportsmen in fact, I'll
say the two finest sportsmen of tbis or
any other age, have recently been called
to their last account.
Lord Chesterfield began life in the
days when Oroclcford's was open day and
night, estates won and lost at a sitting,
and D'Orsay tbe presiding genius of tbe
fashionable world. It tells well for bim,
that although he came out of this school
with a sadly crippled fortune, yet to the
lust tie was quoted as a mnn of mark, and
the deril-may-care way he wore his hat
lins snores of times been ettenpted in
vain by juvenile aspirants to fame, it was
unequalled, ami with a walk to match he
looked every inch a Peer ; and the lowest
end from the stable would turn round as
he passed and mutter, " He's in the stud
bock," as a patron of racing, riding
across country with ike qiiorn, tooling a
matchless team to Richmond, handling
the deadly '' Manlon" in a battue, well
may it be said, we ne'er shall look upon
his like again. '
Following closely on the heels of this
contemporary, ' the Old Squire,' as Geo.
Osbolderton was universally known, has
gone to his last hunting grounds at the
ripe old age of 19. As be was preparing
his memoirs at the time of bis death,
very few remarks need be made about
him now ; but as a thorough sportsman,
to say he was worthy to rank beside Chesterfield, is tho highest praise I can give him
A magnificent horseman, many years
master of the Quorn and Pytehley ; a
terriiicaliy fast bowler at cricket ; running Roberts close at billiards ; a finished
pupil of Ould Nat Longham—tbese are
only a few of the 6ports in wliich he
made himself a great name, and the
name of the ' Squire' will assuredly be
handed down to future sportsmen ss a
' triton among minnows' Unlike Lord
Chesterfield, wbo was tbe essence of bon
liommie and good nature, the Squire bad
a devil of a temper, and I shall never
forget the passion be was in after riding
in the Two Thousand, in 1846, when
lie complained of Hainan's language
to him. After a 'cannon' tbey had
when a steward of the Jockey Club,
lie told bim that ' if he choose to
ride with jockies, he must put up
with jockey fare.' Sir Bellingliam
Graham and Lord Rosslyn, both M. F.
H's, Marquis Camden, nud a great bon
vivant, Mr. Wiglam, whose splendid dinners in Grosvenor Square are said to have
hastened the end of Soyer with vexation,
have all been called to the Inst nceount
I'oor old Robert Roxley, of Drury Lane,
is uo more, and champagne drinkers
ought to mourn the death of Madame
(.'liiji.nl, the head of the firm.
London Spohtiso Intelligence—Tlio
Goodwood week has just gone by, and
hns been a fearful one, both as regard.-:
weather and 'hard hits,' tbe book-makers
making a rare harvest. Pigeons plentiful, and most of the West End stationers
were out of bill stamps at the end of the
week. The Marquis of Hastings carried
off the cup with the 'Duke,' the young
gentleman and his followers popping the
•tuff down like men on the horse. His
Lordship gave Mr. Naylor a cheque for
£10,000 for his yearlings, instead of their
annual auction. Old Lord Glasgow has
dismissed bis 33rd jockey, Johnny
Osborne, because he didn't get on a horse
to his liking, and now they say he's going
to ride his own horses, baving tried all
the jockeys. Lord Stamford's sporting
dogs were sold a few days since, and the
young pointers averaged forty guineas
ench 1 The 'legs' and 'sharps' have a
splendid pigeon now. Not full and round,
but splendid of feathers, and very soft
and tender. His Qrace the Duke of
Hamilton, Brandon in the peerage of
England, Dulce of Chatellerault in the
peerage of France, nnd owner of half
t cotlnnd, having completed his 21st year
after a long minority, honors the turf with
his patronage. Hi* Grace hus started nn
immense establishment here. Another in
France Was 'hit' in Paris—the grand
jirex week for £60,000 round a table, at
ha, Cerate, the creme de la creme of clubs
—that is, if you want to play cards. His
Lordshid's name was also in the papers
a few days ago for hitting a policeman
onlside a brothel in tbe Haymarket at
three in lbe morning, as the 'hobliy' was
impudent enough to want him to go
home ; so I think we may safely prognosticate a brilliant career for his Grace.
Cj.vcinnatus.—This well-known Roman
it will ne remembered, when bis military
services were no longer needed, returned
to tbe plow. He now has some imitators
iu the United States, and a well-known
Confederate Brigadier, who represents
Cincinnatus in North Alabama, has been
endeavoring to do the thing barefooted,
but it seems that the recent hot weather
interfered with his classical testes. To
the Nashville Union he writes : 'I have
followed the plow diligently this summer.
On Friday and Saturday last I tried it
barefooted. I stood it the two duys, but
the ground was 60 hot outside the new
made furrow that I had to follow the
plow-tail lo a dot.'
What is the mest profitable uf all bm'-
n*t*tt" The shoe, for every pair is
s.lrd before it is finished.
New Advertisements.
NOTICE
A.   BULER   &   Co.
BUr AND SELL LADIES' A.ND GENT'S
cast-olT clothing.
Clothes cleaned and repaired at the shortest
notice.
GOVERNMENT  STREET,
Nearly opposite the St. Nicholas Hotel.
se 25-tni
Misi't'lUiieuus.
NOTICE,
ALICE   BROWN'S
FANCY   TWIST
SMOKING TOBACCO
JUST RECEIVED AT
A.   F.   KEYSEB'8,
Together with some fine
HAVANA CIGARS DIRECT.
Also on band
Wine Sap, Peach, Apricot, Mary's Own,
Light Pressed, Natural Leaf, Buffalo
Tongue, and Atlantic Cable
Tobacco-
JUST RECEIVED   PER  BARK RIVAL
A Fine Assortment of
Meerschaum   Pipes.
Call and examine.
se 5-lm
AYER'S
CHERRY
PECTORAL,
FOR THE RAPID CURE OV
Colds, roughs  and
Hoarseness.
Hnmmi.T), Mam., 20th Dec, 1865.
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Cougha, Hoarsencm, Influenza, and the
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you invented It. and bollfvo It tho best medicine for Its
purpose "ver put out. With a bad cold I should sooner
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take any other remedy."
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Bl'fUflafield, Mini., Fob. 7, I860.
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JIIItAM CONKLIN, M.D.
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A. A. ItAMPEY, M.D., Albion, Monroi Co., Iowa,
writes, Sept. fi, 1 v,j: " During my practice of ninny years
I bsTe found nothing equal to your Cherrt Pectoral for
giving ease and relirt' (o consumptive patients, or curing
ench as are curable."
We might add volumes of evldonno, but the most convincing proof of the virtues of this remedy Is found lu Its
•(beta upon trial.
Consumption.
Probably no one remedy has ever been known which
cured so many end such dangerous cases as this. Pome
no human aid can reach; hut even to those the Cherrt
Pectoral affords relief snd comfort.
Astor House, New York Cttt, March I,18M
Doctor Ater, LoWKll I feel (t a duty and a pleasure
to inform yon what your Cherrt Pdctoral hns done for
my wife. 6he had iieen five months tailoring under the
dangerous symptoms of Consumption, from which no sld
we could procure gave her much relief. She was steadily
fniling, until Dr. Strong, of this city, where we have come
for advW, reoommended n trial of your medicine. Wi
bless his kindness, as we do your skill, for she has ream
ered from tliat day. 8he Is not yet as strong ns the used
to be. but In free from her cough, and calls herself well.
Yours with gratitude mid regard,
ORLANDO HII Kill Y, or BriEi.irrn.u.
Omtumptiees, do not dospalr till you have tried Arnt'l
Chbrrt Pectoral. It Is msdo hy onenr the h«*t medical
chemists ln the world, and Ita cures all around us boajwek
tbe high merits of iu virtues. — Phtiudelt-hia Ledger.
Ayer's Cathartic Pills.
THE sciences of Chemistry snd Medicine have beta
taxed their utmost to produce this brtt, most perfect
purgative which is known to man. Innumerable prooft
an shown that these Pills have virtues which surpass In
excellence the ordinary mediefnes, and that they win nn-
precedentedly npon tho esteem of all men. Tbey nre safe
and pleasant to take, but |n>werful to cure. Tlieir penetrating propertied stimulate the vital activities of tbe body,
remove tho obstructions of Its organs, purify tho blood,
and expel disease. They purge out tbe foul humors which
breed and grow distemper, stimulate sluggish or disordered organs into their natural action, and impitrt healthy
tone with strength to the whole system. Not only do
they euro the overy-dny complaints of every body, but
also formidable and dangerous diaeflses thnt have baffled
the best of human skill. While they produce powerful
effect*, they aro nt tho snme time, in diminished doses, the
safest and best physic that can be employed for children.
Being sugar-coated, they are pleasant to take; and being
purely vegetable, are free from auy risk of harm. Cures
have been made which surpnss belief were they not substantiated by men of such exalted position and character
as to forbid the suspicion of nntmtb. Many eminent
clergymen and phyniclans have lent their names to certify to tho public the reliability of my re no-lies, while nth-
ers have sent me the assurance of their conviction that
my Preparations contribute immensely to the relief of my
afflicted, suffering fellow-men.
The Agent below namod Is pleased to furnish grfttls my
American Almanac, containing directions for their use and
•ertlflcatesof their cures, of the following complnlnts: —
Costiveness- Bilious Complaints, Kheunntfsm, Dropsy,
Heartburn, Headache arising from a foul Stomach, Nan-
tea, Indfgeetion, Morbid Inaction of the Bowels and Pain
arising therefrom, Flatulency, Lost of Appetite, all Ulcerous and Cutaneous Diseases which require an evacnant
Medicine, Scrofula or King's Kvll. They also, by purifying the Mood and stimulating the system, cure many
complaints which it would not lie supposed tliey could
reach, such as Deafness, 1'artinl Blindness, Neuralgia and
Nervous Irritability. Derangements of the Liver and Kid-
neya, (lout, and other kindred complaints arising from a
low state of the body or olietmction of itt functions.
Do not be pnt off by unprincipled dealers with tome
other pill they make more profit on. Aek for Ater's
Pills, and take nothing else. No other they can give
yon compares with thtt In its intrinsic value or curative
powers. Tlie sick want the best aid there is for them,
and they should have It.
Prepared by Dr* J. f* AVER,
tactical and Analytical Chemist, Lowell, Man
*-*■ 95 cts. fkr Box.   Fivi Bona toe $1.
Moore   &   Co.,   Victoria.
AXD ALL DRUGGISTS.
MARTIN    BROS.,
txpopcnj of
Groceries and Provisions,
FIKEPUOOF RUILDING,
LATELY OCCUPIED HY L'HOTELIER * Co,
•WHAKr      STREET.
•I 8
Alhambra
BILLIARD SALOON.
towns. consasflEfT md yates m.
UP-STAIES.
entrance on Yates Street
se 3-lm
A   Triumph   of   Science
—AUD—
THE  LIGHT  OF   THE   WORLD
BR. MAGGIEL'S
PILLS   & SALVE.
Then. L-fa-giving r»m«d!-« are noir, f,.r the (lr t
ll'-e, t vi, i pultl el, I. Hi- w-tK, Kor over n.iuai tor
if a century ol prl l*t* practice IheIngredients In these
Life-Giving Pills
Hiv Iwn marl with the greatest aueeess. Their
rolwlin i> n ton j- io n>vent . Iteiae, but to cure
They »e roh n'i if,, variom inalullea by a hioh tho
patlnnt l« aulTorlng, anil re.invigorates t'ie allin/
mlem, T tne a«cd and infirm a lew dosos of thejo
valuable PILI.s will prova to be
A WET FOUNTAIN OF YOUTH,
ffit tn tverrct-e tS%y aid new life and vita'lty, and
entire tho wtn(»ff n'wruie* to thtir »rlitlae ttite. Ti
the \onn<am ral.dl' g*t\ they will pr*Ve mnrt In
tall! lie, a« n ret j specific mid iter-ln« medicinn.
•re (• a dn»»in realtz«d. tha P.moe.de-1/Min nought
for three hundred yearn ago, and never f llQri Mi
looked forn f imtalii that would restore the old to
vigor and make i outh evor
An Eternal Npring-1
It wa« left for this diy nnd hour to realize the dream,
and dhow in one glorious fact the ma^ic that n.ade
[I fair.
THESE FAMOUS  REMEDIES
Cannot stiv th* flight otyenti. bat they en n force buck
au'hold Hlur»r,di*euji.-i mn mi u irt nmh ove( tuo
ag d and tlie fpuhf, Lei. rt"ii* tieuUie then, bm
nf i»« the favorable o,.porlunity ihat offer*. When uke ,
as prescribed—
For Billious Disorders
Nothing can ha ninr. p-n.lnnilie of cure than theso
l'ill..—riioir aiinoMl m gi ■ iull.ienoe I. felt at o u«|
aad the umial MM wilanti of thii met dl.treaelng
dl.raaa are uuin.'.-d. Tlie.a rem.diai are made from
'he puraat
VEGETABLE COMPOUNDS.
They will not barm tbe moat delicate female, and
c«i Im g| .b with good effect la prescribed daaae to
tbe youngeat babe.
For Cutaneous Disorders
And all era tlom of Ike eklu, the SALVE li moil In-
valuable. It doee n t Wal . aternally that, but peno-
tr.tei with the mo.l . arching eff.cu I* the very toot
ufiha evil.
DR. MAGGIEL'S PILLS
Invariably cure the following Diseases
Asthma,
BimvhI Complaints,
Coughd,
0)ldn,
Chest MsMMf,
Costiveness,
D.Fpepsla,-
Diarrh-a,
Dropsy.
DtfUMty,
Female Complaint*,
ileadache,
Indiz-'stion,
Illfl'lf!   7 1,
Inflammttion,
Inward Weakness,
Li*er Complaint,
Low,,e.> of Spirits,
Ringworm,
Rheumat'nm,
Salt l.he'im,
Scalds,
Skin Disease*.
tS- NOTICE.-Vone genrine wlthoat the enmvec
trade-mark »ro<ind each pot or box, signed bv DR J
MAi.GIr.i, 43 Fulton itreetj New *prk,to eminterfe t
which is Iphmy.
aL**"^°ld.uy»Tn, re'feotI*le Dealers in Medicines
thnawh«nt the United 3iat« aod Canada— at 26 cents
perhox or pot.
A. C. Langley & Co.,
AgentR for Vancouver Island and British
Columbia.
Miscellaneous.
Ihe Only Sure Way to Save the
Country I
IS TO PATRONIZE
CAMERON'S  ISLAND   PRODUCE
MARKET,
Xo.   18   Fort   ftrect,   opposite   Mn.   Heal'i
liourtliog-liouie.
FAMILIR8 AND nOTBL-KBBPKRS WILL
find  always on band fresh,  cheap, and
good
Island Vegetables and Fruit,
Islnnd Fish and Oame of all sorts,
Island Gggs and Butter,
Island Venison cut to order,
Island Poultry, ke., ke., ke.
N. R.—I hereby make known to the pnblic
that, having made arrangements wilh certain
island farmers to sell their produce, I am
from this date prepared to sell cheaper than
any Chinaman peddler that erer ate rice—
" So walk on, John I"
August I7tb, 1866. se 17-lm
WW
HERMAN  SHULTZ,
—AT—
His Well Known and Old Established
Stand
•
The Government st. Boot Store,
Has just received per steamer
A   FINE   ASSORTMENT  OP
Ladies'  and   Children's   Shoes,
Which he offers at a very low price.
Receives by each steamer from England and
Sun   Francisco
BOOTS    <Se    SHOES
or   THI
FINEST   AND BEST QUALITY,
FRENCH   LEATHER,
—AND—
SHOE     FINDINGS,
At prices to correspond with the times.
se 12
ERITISH    PERIODICALS.
The London Quarterly Keview (Conservative).
The Edinburgh Review (Whig)
The Westminster Review (Radical)
The North British Review (Free Church)
Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (Tory)
The fo ir Revlewa re iniMiihcfl hy M'nr*. Pcorr ft
Co., ir* *M>ntTal }' <° lidfted u tlio Oreftt Ri'viowa,
■nu Hlm'VwMdd fiM 'fin jitetly pliced in the Mmt
rank. Wh'H'vertlkpemt* with rudin,- j>u'.Mention* oi
thin (•!*«!, what*".er may bi hU ttttttd I ttformntlno,
ir'II ioo-i be Bltovvilmr litlilnd tlie time Id whlrh lie
liven—*hd In xbett tinifi » p»rM>n niiic •mm get verjr
fur hohinl. they rn»y be read nnd itudled with ad-
rotitat/e br the people of thla country, ol erery creed
aud |..-.iiv.
mmT- m.\CKWOOP tt nnrtinatlv attractive at thl«
tltnx to American*, not only fur IU i«rl I irtiHw hy
riUtlnfuUhnd writer! of rlrtli n. bin fnr ilie aeoiunl of
(he Ut-1 civil wt-. now being written hy (M. Von
Borkn, a He man oilier, chief* ,t-*tsdt to Geo. J. K. 11.
-loart, of the Confederate army.
TERMS   FOR   1806.
Por anyone of tht Hevlew $4 per annum
For an.i two of the Revlewa  1 "
For any Ihrrcof the Nevlewt, 10 *
For all four of the Fevlewi , 12 '*
Foa B)ackwo<<d't Maimim* 4 "
Fwr Blackwood and ono Revl w  T '*
For Hint kw.od and any two of the Re-
vi"Wa ..10 "
For Blackwood and three of the Review* ,.13 *
For Blackwood and the four Hevlewt 16 M
CLUBS.
A rlW.otint of twenty per cent, will bt a'lowed to elnba
of four or more ^ertons. Thut, fuur c pie« of
Blarkwnd, or ofono i-evlew will be tent to one nd*
dress or t!2 80. Four eupiet of the fuur Reviews and
Blackwood, for $48, and ao on.
l'OSTAGB.
When tent by mall, the I'osTiai to nny part of the
Untttd t ti-i wil be I ut twentj-l'our cent** year for
" lackwood," and but eight oentt a year fr,r each of
the Reviews.
Reduced Prices for previous years.
SubncribfTB may obtain the Repvints immediately
preceding 1866, aa folh-ws, vis. :
Hltvkiomnl from S^p^m'.f'r. )8fl4. to December, 186S
Inolualve, at the rate of $2 bO a year.
The iVbrfA British fmm January, 1853, to December,
1^65, inrluoive: tlie Edinburgh inci the Westminster tr^m
Ap il. ls,'-l. to Decomtier, ISS'i, inelurlvv, and the
Lrmdon Quarterly for the year I8i(, at the rate of $1 60
a yoar for each or any   evl-w.
£3» A few ooplea yet remiin of all the four Bemeiot
for i«G3;ii $4 a set, or $1 60 for any one.
LEONARD   SCOTT   &   CO.,
Publishers, 38 Walker Street. IV. Y.
L. P. ft Co., alto publish tbe
FARMER'S GUIDE
By IIksby Stephr.w, «f Edinburgh, and the ia-e J. P.
Norton, of Yale roller*, 2 volt. Royai Octavo, 1600
pafcet, nnd numerous Engravings'
Price |7 for tht two vo^inei!—by Hail, pott paid,
ft oo. atH
Miscellaneous.
A. & W. WILSON,
House and Ship Plumbers
CA8FITTER8,
BELL-HANGERS I TWSfflTHS
FOB?  8TRBKT.
411 orders proHptly attended lo
t* i
CHARLES    BERNARD.
Manufacturer and Dealer in
FAMILY CHARTRES COFFEE.
And Spleen of all kinds,
No. 707, Sansome street, corner Odd,
Betwetn Jackson and Pnoific.
First I'rcmium ouarded by th* Methenits' Institute, for ths best Coffee and Spiees.
Tbe proprietor baring introduced Steam
Power in hia Manufactory, ba mow increased
facilities to supplj tlie trade and tbe public la
general. All articles from bis Establishment
are guaranteed to be pure aad unadulterated.
Tbe public (ire respectfully iarited to call and
convince themselves Country orden promptly
attended to. I* 3
THE ONE THING   WANTED.
HOLLOWAY'S PILLS.
The Blood.
These famous pills are so composed tba
they operate wholesomely on the stomach, tba
liver, tbe bowels, and other organs; by correet-
ing any derangements in their functions
whereby n etendy supply of pure material* tor
the renewal ol the Blood is furnished, and a
constant abstraction of effete products is effected. This perfect circulation thus becomes
the very fountain of health and life, and overcomes all form of disease wbererer its situs*
tion.
General Disorders of the Liver
and Stomach.
All who erer indulge a' table, either in eat.
<ng or drinking, should take about ten of ties-
famous pills at bed timo, from wbich will res
suit, a clear bend anil good stomach tbe fallowing morning. Thousands of Ladies are always complaining of sick headaches, want o
appetite, want of energy, and want of strength,
to correct all these erils, three or four ol tbese
Pills should be tnken twice a week, when tbey
would give tbe Invalid .ho health anil appetite
of a ploughman.
Females of all Aires and Classes
Obstructions of any kind, either in young
or those between forty and fifty—the most critical pciiod of life—may be radically remo.td
by using these Pills according to the printed
directions which accompany eacb box. Young
persons with sickly and sallow complexions
may have thc bloom of health restored by thi?
corrective, wLicb pnri8es the blood and expels all gross and impure humors from the system. Beware then of the critical age fron
forty to filty, «s it sends many thousands to
premature grave,—these Pilli shonld be takei
It tbat period of lile two or tbree times  »
imI
Want   of Mi< licih and Energy.
Persons of sedentary habits, or Ibose troi-
hled in mind, working in Factories or Cos)'
Pits, who cannot obtain that amount ol fresi.
air and exercise wbich nature requires, suffer
from weakness and delility, lownrss of spirits
and want of appetite. All such should take s
Jose or two of these Pills every tbree or foui
days, ss tbey act gently and effectually on tbs
system and impart vigor and energy to ih»
body, which is slwsys followed by s gsod
appetite, sound and refreshing sleep, and s
higb flow of spirits.
For the Cure of Dropsy.
Tbs effiency of Holloway's Pills in Dropsy
Is extraordinary, Tbey set with such s peculiar effect upon ths system, tbat the fluid*
causing tliij direlul complaint, are psrr.eptlbl
carried off and prevented from any furthet
accumulation. The sufferer regains s buoyancy of spirits, and rejoices ln s completely
renovated constitution. It is indispensably
necessary that Ihe Ointment should be most
effectually rubbed into the complaining part*
daring tbe whole course of treatment.
Children and their Allmentc*
In jio country in the world are more cbildrsD
carried to an early grave than in Great Britain.
Coughs, Measles, Scarlatina, Fevers, snd other
jiseases attack the little sufferers, apd death,
but too often, follows at a rapid pace; yet if
at tbe first stage ot tbese complaints, parent*
were to have recourse to Holloway'a Pills, all
danger wonld be avoided, for tbe stomach
and bowels wonld oe gently but effectually
cleansed bv tbis mild aperient; ths depraved
numors corrected ana tne secretions dnly regulated. A perfect enre would toon be effected, and the "ttle patient restored to soun<»
bealtb.
Holloway' Pi. e %te ths fcsst knows rsmedy is th
world T** tbe following diseases.'
Pold at tne Fstiibllshtaent of Professor HoIlowiy, 941
strand, (near Temple Bar,} I. niton ; ala" by all respect)
able Drupels'* anil Pealem In tfc.ielaeathroufrboqt tk»
civilized world, at lbe following prices— li. l^f., 5. M.,
(a. 6d., 11a., 22a., and 83s. each box. .
Pcrofn'aorKfnr a
Evil
■■ore Throats
Stone and Grave-
Secondary Symptoms
iC'Doloreoa
Tumors
Clean
Venereal      a9»0>
tloas
Worn'   ef a
kinds
Weakness     ft*»
whatever canae
Asne
Asthma
Billions Complatnta
the
Female Irregularities
Fever of all kind.
Fits
Hunt
Head Aehe
iDdigentios
Inflammation
Jaundice
Liver Complaints
Lunibs80
I'ilea
Hhcumatlum
Retention ef Urine
Blotebes
Skin
Bowel oomplain la
Oollca
Con*:ipat!on of the J
Bowie
Conanmi- tlon
Dehl'ltv
Dropsy
Dyaeotry
Eryeipelas
*,* Tliere is a considerable saving by taking the
irger sises.
Illrections for the guidance of patients io every djror
der are affixed toeacn box.
Printsd and Publiahed by McClosb k Co. st
the office, Langley Street.

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