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Array StUgrap
i:\K.\ING,  OCTOBER  22,   18K6
NO. 96,
"EVENING TELEGRAPH,"
ITIII.ISIIlili
Everv   Eveniag at  4   O'clock,
(.Saturday and Sunday evenings excepted.)
ALSO IVKKY
SUNDAY    MORNING !
■I'KKIIS   OP   MIIMIIII'1111% I
1'i-r Anii'iin, iii advaniif, by mall, $10 on
F.ir .ix  iiinntli.    OOn
' i-r VV-i-k, |iayalilfl lu Carnur        'it,
ptltgli I.--I ii-., ,       ]o
For terms of Advertisement apply at the
Offiee. Langley Street
New Advertisements.
SAN   FRANCISCO
OYSTER  SALOON!
Government   street,
Between Gas Keyser's and W. Wilson's
N< u   Advertisements.
T2T2.
LINCOLN   HOUSE! EVENING TELEGRAPH
Cor Washington and Front sts,
PORTLAND, oltKOoN.
W. C. ITIATTillEH'SE.'V,
Of  the   8t.   Nicholas   Hole],   Victoria,
HAVISO  TAKEN TIIK AltllVK   HOUSE,
wishes to iiiiiiniiiice tu tba public thai he
is now prepared   to   aceoi late guests iu u
SHtlsfaotory manner.  Nothing trill be left an-
done, which It iu tin- powei of the proprietor
to do, tu render guests comfortable.
Portland, August 24th, 1868 oc 11
NEW BUTCHER   SHOP.
Wm. B. Townsend
\\
BOB TO   INFORM TIIK PUBLIC THAT
THB UNDERSIONED, IX VIEW OK TIIE
" flood Times " folks said were Doming,
lias 01*11X111) the above premises, and intends
to Ol'EX THE BEST OVSTERS tho market
furnishes.    They will be
11 o a s t e il
Fried
(Stewed
In or Out of the Shell
Jigy" Open at all hours.
aeM-liu .1   B, lll'El.b
The "Grotto,"
OPPOSITE THE TELEGRAPH OFFICE.
For a glass of choice liquor go to the
"Urotto,"
There " moke but the best '' you  will
And is tbe motto.
Mint Juleps, Sherry Cobblers—everything
cooling ;
Come ye that do thirst, you will Iind its
uo fooling.
NEW    WESTMINSTER
GAME   DEPOT,
YATES   ST.,
Next door to  the comer of Government,
opposite Zelner's Drug Store.
f-pilE SUBSCRIBES HAVING MADE AU-
X rangcmeiits to receive from different
parties the produ -o of the Island uud country
will be prepared to luruish
Game,
Fish,
Fruits,
Poultry,
Eggs    and    Vegetables,
Each  and  all in  tlieir season, at the lowest
prices.
JAMES   ALLi:\.
ocl lm
HAVANA CIGARS.
LEWIN &  ANTHONY,
TOBACCONISTS,
47 Tates St., Brick Store
Next to Corner of Government St.,
BEG TO INFORM THEIR FRIENDS AND
tne public iu general tbat tbey will constantly receive by every steamer a good as-
sortmentof Genuine Havana < itsars
nnd the Best Itranils ur Tobacco,
imported direct for this market, so that they
are able to compete with any hr use on this
Islaud, either Wholesale or Retail.
N.  B-—Special   attention will be paid  to
Country orders.
HE1MAN LEWIN.     |     LOUIS ANTHONY.
oc 2
LIST OF ARRIVALS
At the Mount Ararat Hotel during the mouths
of June, July, and August, 18dd.
June—His Excellency Governor Kennedy, Mr
William A G Young, Mr. Benj W
Pearse.
July—Messrs Jas Wilcox, F Duprny, Jas Roed
Macadam, John Dand, Louis Fhilpot,
F W Alwood, J R Ford, E S Hatch, Sir
Jas Douglas, D Fraser, E S Whitting-
bam.
Augnst—H E Seolye, W E Stronach, J
Robertson Stewart, Thos Lett Stal-
schmidt, Robt Burnaby ; John Nicholson, M M TituB, F W Green, Benj W
Pearse, Acting Surveyor General, It
Homfray, 11 0 Tiodcmann ; James Mc-
Cutchan; Wm Deuny, Wm Wilson,
Joseph Hilton. R D and J; Kenneth Mc-
Kenzie, Jr, Wm 11 McKennin, David B
Blair, Chas Bedlam, Chas Kent,
se 4-lin
SATURDAY   NEXT
He will re-open the
Eureka.    Market,
GOVERNMENT    STREET,
Adjoining the  Masonic   Bi'iluino,
Where he hopes,   liy  keeping  a good article
and  by strict attention   to business, to
merit & share of the public patronage,
se 2i;-lm
THE GREAT   UEMEDY   OF  THE
-AGE.
HOLLOWAY'S OINTMENT.
Thu   !■!! fi i    of   I lit    4 m iii um nt    on    thu
8ytivml
To tlie vry co<t) ittui centre of nil diH- ases
which affect i in' hamuli body, thii remarkable
preparation penetrates, It Uiuuppeurs under
the friction ol the huuiU, us unit disappear I
when rubbed ujon meat. The upgnent performs tt'i he&llng errand rapidly, eafely, and
without pain.     Simple crupiions, open sore
hard tumors, icrotaloai  development! of nil
kinds, ulicesses, cancers, old wuunea, and, in
tact, every ipectea of Inflammation and suppuration, whether iu thu skin, the flesh, the
glands, or among tlie muscles, can be arresteb
in ill destructive course, and permanently
curetl without danger by rubbing iu this inestimable Ointment.
Had    I*ef2tn,
Itnd    Hi < UHlrt,
L'Her..
SiiiYN,   and
Tn many Hospitals in tiurope this celebrated
remedy is now used tor the cure of" old wounds,
sores, and ulcers ; in Spain and Portugal, and
in many parts of Italy, tbe first Physicians ro-
regularly prescribe its use. It is a oovc.eigr
remedy for bad breasts and bad legs; and like*
wise tor all skin diseases. It is to be fouud in
tbe chest of nearly every sailor, soldier, anc
emigrant.
Impi'ii.1. in Un    of    Youth;—Sorts    mnl
Ulcers.
The above class of complaints is surely re
ttOVed by nightly fomenting the parts will
vunn water, and then by molt effectually rub
•ing in this Ointment. Persons Buffering Iron
ihese direful complaints should lose not a mo
ment in arresting their progress. It should ht
'!• 'I.'i loud i h.it. li is nol sullicient merely to
snieur the Oiniment on tbe all'rctfd puri.H, bul
a must be well rubbed in lor some considerable
lime twu or ihreo times a day, that it may be
taken lfttO the system, whence it will remov.
only hidden sore or wou id as eflfatUftllf a.
though it were palpable to ibe eve. Dread and
water poultices, alter the rubbing [q q| d .
Ointment, will do great service. This is tht
only proper treatment for females in cases r
cancer i.i the stomach, or fur those who suthf
from a general bearing don n,
I'll.'N, KUtuIui, Hul<tur<».
Blotches,OiallO swellings, can with cerlnintj
be radically cured if thu Ointment be used
freely, and the Pills be taken night and morn,
ing as recommended in tin-printed instrmiiions
When treated in any other way tbese complaint.
Duly dry up in one place to break out iu an-
)tlier ; whereas this Ointment will remove the
humor from the system, and leave the patten
i vigorous aud healthy being. It will requiri
dme, aided by the use of tne Pills, to ensure
asting cure.
Dipt in i ia,   IlrovichltlB,   Noic    Tli run t s,
Any of the above class of diseases may be
^ured by well rubbing the Oiniment tbree
uimes a day upon the skin covering the throat,
chest, und neck ol the patient. The unguent
will soon penetrate the pores and give immediate relief. To allay the fever and lessen th3
inflamation, eight or ten Pills should bo taken
night and morning. The Ointment will produce perspiration, which is so essential for
removing fevers, sore throats, and those oppressions of the chest which arise from
Asthma, Bronchitis, aud other causes.
Both the  Ointment nnd   1*1110   should
be   usod   in the  following  Cases i
Bad Legs
Horn* (CjrnB)
Rlinimatiam
Biul Bi-easti
Cancers                   icaMa
Burns
0"iitracted        and Sore Nipples
Bunion*
Stitt.lotnta           S '-roThro.it
Bitnof Moichetnes
Klo|)hnntiaiis         ISkiu discus'
and Sand-Fllei
h'istulaa                    Scurvy
oeo-bnv
unit
>nre hoads
Chtojjo-foot
iJliin'lular    Swell-
Ttimors
lingi
Utottt
;hilblainn
\- mbago.
Wounds
ii ijipetl ilntids
[Hies
Yaws
Sold at fie Bsttbtbtatnenl ol Propbssob Hollow*
^44, Strand, near Tftmptti Hat)) London ; also by a
i jsiiecUblo Pru exists bQd ppnlorn in Medicines through
,1111 the civilized world, nt tha foil.-wintr prices is, l>»d
i M   U dd.. lis., '22., nml :t;is., each Pot.
*,*  Tu«re s a considerable swing bjteklng thi lan$*\
izet.
H B.— JJireotioiis for the pildanea of PavienU in ev«
diuoiJer .tie iiilixctl Lu each Pot.
GENERAL
Job   Printing
ESTABLISHMENT
Langley Street, Victoria,
The  Printing    Office
or tub |
EVENING
TELEGRAPH
Office is replete with every applia nee
and variety of material for the
Execution of
LETTER PRESS  PRINTING!
In nil its brunches, whether
Plain or Ornamental
Miscellaneous.
■niiit:   oiriti: Aims at securing
_L such 8|ieedy Execution of orders its is
consistent with correct mnl elegant Work.
inuiidliip.
Orders received for Printing
llooks, Business Cards,
Pamphlttl Invoices,]
Cutiilogues Bill Heads,
Sermons, Trade Forms,
lleports Oirculnrs, (1'Uin
lluntals, Coloured,)
Leases, Hand   Hills. (I'laiu or
Law Forms of every Coloured,)
description,
For Prices,   apply   at the   Offlce.
Langley streot,
General News Agent
J. Stratman.
EMPIRE NEWS DEPOT
Cor. Washington & Sansome bxs.
Han Francisco.
rpHH ADVKRTI8BB li prepared to supply
.L with punctuality and celerity the annexed
newspapers and periodicals upon the following
terms All orders, to receive immediate attention, must be nccompimied by cash remittance,
and banded in previous to tbe 4th, 14th, and
24th ol eiu-b muiith.
London Daily Times VI H"
"      Tbs FieM  'I00
'«      lllu«lnit-tl Tinien  700
"     WeeklyTtnei      700
"       BBU'aLifoin Lnndnn 14 00
'      Wetkly nisl'Mcb 1400
"       III. Ntwinflba World  14 00
»       Pnblic Ol'liilon  7 60
'      Index (Kreolrnde) 14 00
"      III.  8|iorting Kewn  8 00
"      Spectator  H00
"      RhvIpw   110!)
"       Salurdny Itcvinw 14 00
Dubl!" Nation 1- '">
Ioti-Io.i Illustrated News 14 00
Atliitt'J Montbl;-   ;l 0"
Blackwood's .Magazine 3 00
H:arp>-r'« Maffazine « 3 "0
Sixpenny MaKUine 3 0"
Knickerbocker   .- 3li
FaclAc V inl'ily  .."" 3 IX,
Goilev'aUiIleaflouk 3 1)0
Muilaal Hott 3 00
Continental Magaaine. 3 00
Madam llemorest'fl M onlhly II 0(1
F. Lcilie's new family Magaiine  3 00
Chambers1 Edinburgh   onrnal I 00
Monthly   papsrs, Hnce a   Week fi 00
.> "       All tha Year Round ft (1(1
Thackeray > Cornhill Magazine 60C
London Lanccl 0 00
3. A. Bala'iTemple Bar.,.: mm
.Loudon Sooietj Uagaslae Coo
St. James Magnxiue ll 00
Edinburgh Review '.....1000
London   Review 10 00
VollillritisMU-vii-w ll) 00
^Htuln.ttr Hovuiv 10 III!
l.oo-lou Art Journal Ii'00
Mllliuj «   Sniifiiug Mas 10 00
An Appeal   to   tbe  Citizens of
Victoria, V-1-
'I'HK   0OHOREOATION   i:\IAM-t-l.  OF
1   Villi, rin, V   I. in ii'i-i-iing n.-isi-mbli-il. Ilii-
ilnv, Siiiiirilm. Bept. 'J'^ I, 1866,
II I)t"l. Thai the aid of oqr Pellow  I'iii-
z,-ii-,il'.ill Denomlnatloni bt rollcited through
tin following authorized and duly appointed
Committee, And thai inch Commil
ileavnr, liy every means in tln-ir powir, to
r.ii-o funds wl ere iy i srl ol the di bl os mort-
'_■ '.-'■ o i tbe ! i ., Iltlsh Synagogue m tj I s
■ | the liberal riews aad
"rii'i-i iii of tbo 'iii" aa of Victoria, ill- ooih
grcgntlon baa nol tbe Ifbte i doubt (makipg
due allowance for tbe dullness of iho season)
tbal tlu-ii-iip|ii-.tl will meet with that response
wbich the exigency ol'tln- case requires.
A.JACOBS, President.
I. AN'TIIUNY, .Secretary.
11. M. COHEN,
LEWI.1 LEWIS,
D. BH1RP8ER,
J. W. KKV.SI-I!,
se2l Oommlttee on Babsorlption.
AYER'S
CHERRY
PECTORAL,
FOR TIIK KANDCUKK OK
Colds Coughs,  nnd
lloiusnnss.
flRiiinEi.il, MASrt., Stith Doc., 1866.
Dr. .I.C. Ater: tdonothwlUtotoity
Uu I"-nl nin-ily I  linvt- ever fuiind fur
r.ii:!,-.   BoinaDMt ItilliK'ii/ii,Mod tlio
oonoomitant ixinptonuaf 11 told, i« jroor
ClICIIRT PlOrOUt. ItHruIiMtiuit IIHC ia
my pnictirti au<l my family l'ur tin- liu*t
t«n yi'iim liiw ihown it to pOMOM It1pe>
rlnr viriiu'M fur tin- tnatnuQl of tbaM
cmii|.lsimN.     KliKN KNUillT, M.D.
A. B. Mi»RThKY, Ksy.. nf Utica. M. Y.. wrltM i " I tuft
iidi'il yuur Pmtohal mywlf itini in my fitmily ever ninc«
yuu iiivi!iii«<l ii. mnl iii'licv.i r the beet tnedlciha Ibr Ita
purpoeo Brer imi «mt. Willi it bad oold I iboold nomm
dm twi'iity-tivi- tlollan fur a bottle tbuu do without it, wi
tak" nny uiliiT remedy."
Croup, Whooping Couch, Influenza.
M'lilN'iHirUi, Mihs., ttb.l, iW,
Hiujtiif.r Atkr: I will cheorftUly oerttffjronr I'ni ual
Ih ili'» beet ramedr we tneeeei brthe oore of HftmniM
Qrugh, Croup, t*na tli" weet dlNoeei of ebUdran. we ot
yuur fnitt-i nity In tlm South ftppredatO yuur skill, aud
commend yuur mcdlclno to onr people.
I1IRAM 00NKLIN, M.D.
AMOS I,KK, ^q.,MoNTF.REv, U^wrltee, :JJ .htn., 1S56:
"1 had a tedlotu [ndoetiu. wbioh eotdhed ma In dtiors
nix woeki] took toany fiuaiohiei vltboat relief; tiualiy
tri-i yuur PaovoiutK by tha tdvlot tif mir olergymao
Tim tlrttt doaa rt'iitufil the loreneaa in my throat nud
lunp; leaa than one half the bottle made me oompletely
well.    Yuur medlrlni'8 nr« tlio ch«ni|M<rit unwell iw timlwit
wu can buy, und we eateem \<mt Dootor, uud yuur nm
(lion, iw the poor nmn'it fiinid."
Asthma or Phthisic, nnd Bronchitis.
Wi.st Mani-hkktkk. I'a.. r't-b. 4. L8S4I.
Sir: Your ('iierrt Pectoral in peribrmlna iimrv.lloti*
enraa in tbin aeetioti.   it bai relieved several from alarm*
log lymptOIIU uf OOnntmptlon, mnl m now riuin- a man
who iiiin I'tl'-'f ■! under an iifM'tiun of th" li.u!.- for t)m
liwt Torty yrare. HENHV L. PARKS, Morcliant.
A. A. RAMSEY,  M.D., Ai.mox,  Mosrnna Co., Iowa,
writea, Bept 0.1R5A: "Dtnthg mypracHoa of many yean
I ban fuiind nothing equal to yonr Obuiat Piotoui fur
giving aaaa and reUw to oonnunpthn pntiuuta, or curing
Buiti iui iu« ciiniblo."
Wc miffht add volunu'B of «Tldonce, tut tin* rami convincing proof at thu vlrtufH of this remedy 1b fuui.d iu ita
fir-'-trt ui'un trial.
Consumption.
Probably Do one ramady im« arar been known whMh
enrad ao many and anoh danfarotu oaaM w this.  Puma
no human aid run reach) but uvi<n to thOH the CiltHRT
Pkctural iffordi ridli'f and ooisibrt
Ahtor QODU, New YOttL ("itt. Man Ii T,, T*66
Dik-tor Avkr. LOWBLL: I h-L'l It a duly nnd a pleafOfl
to iiifurm yon what your OBKUT I'ei'torai. hat none for
,ii> wii'i-.   She had 1 n flva montha laboring under the
dangordni lymptomiof Conaomptlon, from which no »td
w* i niiiii procure gave bar mnob relief.   She wai uta idlly
fhiiiup. unhi Dr, B&ongiof thii ciiy. where we bav me
fur itdvi.'.'. recommended a trial nf ronr medicine.   \v»
bleaa hlaklodni ia, ai we do yuur ikul, i -t ibe hai reoov>
erad from that day,   Bbe la not yet aa ati      -i     ■ used
to in-, I'll! i- ii.'.' from ber eough,and calli benall wolL
Vuuin wnh gratltudf and regard,
ORLANDO BllKUlY, 01 BOXLI I
flmwu^iMeef, do nol deepalr till tot bare tried ATn*l
C P '.Mi- mini.' by oi 11 '1
rli  tiliU in tii>' world,and Ita oui i ak
tho iii^'i barita ui ut rlrtoai,— ;vh/ii././;..'im hti
Ayer's Cathartic Pills.
riniK & i cti.-tniH-i v isd HMWna ban i««n
X tased ih- ir iititii-Nt topmdnoa thii beat, nual pwfa (
puik'Ntivn whiiii in known to mnn. Isnnnwable pnoft
ur ihowa thai i'<••*•' Piuj ban rirtnei which mrpaai la
n<> ih nee tha ordlnnri madldnaa, and that tbej mn no*
on ■ -"ii iii- illy npon Um eeteotn "i nil men.   Tit \
and plaaaanl totaka,bnl powerful to mm  Thah pe	
tntlng I'li'i-Ttii'M ittenbUi tlo Mini ii tlTftleai t thetmdyi
Mnon ii t.-ini ii"in ni it- organa, purify the blood,
an i axpal dlaeaao. Tin \ purge oul tbe foal bnntun whlab
bnad tad jttm dlatemper, Mbnulati itnggtab ■ i 'ii-'i-
dored organi Into thoir uatnral action, and Impart healthy
i. with fii n^iii to the wholt iyab m.   Not only do
thoy euro the evary*daj cffuplaJnb! of iTery body, bul
alao fbrmldable and dangerom dlaBaan thai have bafDod
tin* trart of human iklll. WbOa ti.-y prodooe powvrfid
offcctn. thayare al the tame time, In dlmlniHhed doaoe, the
uaft'Bt and beat pbyalc that can be employ d for children.
UehiK angapooated, tbey an* pleoaant to take; und being
purely vegetable, are free from any ii k of harm. Cora
have bet-n mad*' wlii.ii surpitss lulirf were tla'y nol rob*
Btantiatcd l.y men ofaucb exalted podtkm and character
n* to forliid the meplclon uf untruth. Many eminent
olergyuen and physicians have lent tluir unities to ccrtl*
fy to the public the reliability of my remedlea, white others hnve Hout me tbi» amraaceof their conviction that
my Preparation* rontribute Immenaalyto tho relief of my
afflicted, mflkring frllow-men.
Tbo Agent below named in pleawd to fnrni«h grotto my
American Almanac, containing directions for their uie and
certificates of their cures, of tho following complaints: —
Ooattrenen, Bilious OpmnltdntB) RhoumatlBth, Dropsy,
Heartburn, Headache arising from a fbnl Stomach. Nausea. Indlmfttdn, Morbid Inaction ofthe Dowels and l'aiu
arifliug therefrom. Flatulency, Lose "i Appetite) nil Clear*
oils and C'litnneutiH Dii-eafies whirh require an evaeiiant
Hedidnch 8crofula or King's Bvil, They also, hy pnnfy-
lug the blood and BTiintdatiiif: the system, cure many
oomnlaiQta which it would not i«' snppoeed thoy conld
reach, such ni Deafnews. Partial Hlindn.'Hs, Neunilgiu and
Ner%,ons Irritability, Derangements uf the Uvar and Khfc
neys, flout, and other kindred complaints arising from a
low Btate of tho body or obstruction of its functions.
Do not he put ofl' by unprincipled dealers with somo
other pill they make more profit on. Auk for Atf.r's
Pilu, and take nothing else. No other they can give
you compares with this in its intrinsic value ot curative
powers. Tho atdt want tlio best aid thero is for them,
and they should have it.
Prepared by Dr. .1. »;. AVER,
practical and Analytical Chemist, Lowell, Llasa
Wtci M5 Cts. BU B«,    t'ivs lluxta iok $l.
HOLD RV
MOORE Sp Co., Victoria3
AND ALL DUUGGIS'iS.
B8-18
MiscL-llHueous.
Dissolution   of  Partnership.
■j HR i»\i:rvi:':-ii!!» nKTlBTOfORBiX*
i latiDf bntweeti ITttomai Kapler Hibben
nnd J tntei i' ii-w.ll. aader ibu saait or firm
"(' llil»bi':i k C i Swell, hni been tins d*j dii-
lolved i>y t'untiiii ootaeeot.
i'.'* ' 'i ■'-,•■•■ will in future lie curried on
by Mr. T. R Qtbbea, wbo w'll pay and ra-
1 ■■ -ivc iii! money due to ur owing by tbe late
firm
Dated tbti 13th d ty R September 18G0.
THOMAH NAPIlOlt HIBRBV.
JAMBS  CARSWELL.
Witness  to tlio  signature of Thomas Napier
tiibbeo,
Qbohoi Pkabkbr,
iSolieitor, Victoria, V. I.
Witness to the Si^nnttire of Jameg Carswell,
Bobcat Biihop.
Solicitor, Victoria, V. I.
br 13-1 m
\I,.\It(;R   ASSIIUT.MKVT   OF   ROUGH
ami dreisod fot tale cheap,
J. BOBBBTBON STEWART.
Victoria, V. 1„ 20ih August, 18H6. to *%
Belief  for   the   Afflicted.
THE INTRODUCTION OF
Perry     Davis*
Vegetable Pain Killer
To tlio SniTerin?  Humanity of tliis Age
has relieved more p»in, und caused more
reul joy (ban any other ono thing thut can
lie mimed. .
Invaluable   Remedy,
Our first I'livsk'inus   use it,  and  rccommea
its  use;   tlio   Apothecary finds  it   lirst
mining tlio meilii-ines culled fur, and
the wholesale Druggist considers
it u leading article of his
trade.     All the dealers
in medicine speak
alike  in its favor; and ils
reputation us a in-iieinoof gre8»
merit and virtue is fully aud |ierma-
nently  established,  unJ it is  the great
Family McdiciDe   of iho Age.
Every Volunteer ihi old hare a Imtile, In caea
of inddan atl loki pf Plicate.
Tnken Internnlly, curei
Sudden ('olds, Ooogbi, kc,
Weak Stonecb,
(ji'iii'iul Debility,
burning Snro Mouth, Conker^
Lirer C in|ilaint,
Dyipepilt or Indigestion^
('ramp and ;min in tho titomuch,
Bowel (iiiii|'iiiini,
i'unitorh Oolic,
Asiatic Obolere,
lliiiiliu-a und nysentery,
Taken externally cures
Felons, Bi lis, end Old Sores,
Severe lliirns and Bcitlds,
C'ut>, Bruises nnd Spruine,
Swelliug of ilie Joiais,
Kiugworm and Tetter,
Broken Breasts,
Frosted Feet uud Chilblains,
Toothache,
l'aiu ill the Face,
Kourelgia uud Rhcuuialisut.
r>J^IJ^   ZILLEB,
Taken internnlly, sliould be tidclterated
nidi milk or water, uud sweetened with
soger, if desired, or inudo into a syrup
with molasses. For a COUGH and
Bronchitis, a tew drops on iSugnr, oaten,
will be mote etl'ecliv) than anything else.
i For SOKE THROAT, gurgle the throat,
| with a mixture of I'uin Killer and water,
and the relief is immediate und cure positive.
StSf It should not be forgotten that
the Pain Killer is equally us good to
take internally ns to use exteriiiilly.
Knell bottlo is wrapped with ull directions for its use.
Priced 26 cents, ."i0 cents k $1 per bottle. <£ijtniitg   &ckgopjj.
MONDAY   KIKXINO,   UCT.   22,   1886.
I'olltlcH in tbe iniieii state*.
A  few issues  buck iu   Blinding to the
election*  of   Ponusylvunin,   Ohio,   Iowa
aud Iiidinnii, we snid thorniest nud vTmiI
conne  for   President Johnson to adopt,
w»« to giv« up lus tnUgonbo tj Ooo-
gress and  accept  its scheme  of reconstruction.    Tlie   Eastern   papers   which
hare just come to hand  would   seem to
iudicule tliat the Pri sident will lie forced
into this policy.    Immediately  after the
election in Maine, which is die  great index of the general electoral result throughout the States, the President's supporters
commenced   quietly    but     rapidly    to
veer   round.    The  New   York   Herald,
which hus been the  loudest nnd most unscrupulous of Johnson's  adherents, true
lo itt characteristic  desire to  be ou the
wiuning side,  now sees  nothing for the
l'resideut  but   submission.     " We   are
convinced," it Buys, " from the significant
results ol the  Maine election   that this
amendment will  curry  ull the Northern
States yet to come,  and that against tlie
solid North  any further resistance   from
the administration or thc excluded Southern States will be a waste of time, foolish
and suicidal to all concerned.    We would
therefore urge upon   President  Johnson
tho statesmanlike policy of a truce  with
Congress, arm nn active co-operation with
the fixed  und predominant public opinion
of the North, iu behalf of the immediate
restoration  of the South  ou the ball of
this constitutional amendment.''     When
a  newspaper  like  the  Herald  counsels
such submission  as  this, and submissiou
to  the  men  it  has been  denouncing as
"traitors'' and " ruffians," ne can form
some kind of idea of the overwhelming
influence which the Ilndical party hus obtained  by tlie recent elections,  uud the
•film hold its policy has taken of the public mind.    The  Herald shows  that it is
from necessity, however, uot from choico,
that its own programme has been changed.
" We have," it says, " earnestly advocated the Presidents  policy ; but after the
verdict ofetbe jury tho argument  is at an
end."   It will be, no doubt,  mortifying
to the President  after denouncing the
leading men  iu Congress as men who
should be hanged—as greater enemies to
the .Republic than Jeff Davis  himself—
to come down from the position which he
bad assumed  as  immovablo and   follow
their policy ; but disagreeable as tbo lusk
inoy be it will have to  be done.    The
glory of the Republic is that the administration cannot be conducted against the
wishes   of  the   people—that  the  Chief
Magistrate must under all  circumstances
carry out tho views of the people's representatives,    Ilenco   the  President,  mult
succumb—amiably if he  will, but under
any circumstances yield he must.
How short-sighted the London Times
and other leading Loudon journals have
been in tlieir view of this collision between tho President and Congress events
ebuudautly prove. Looking at tlie matter
from a European aud despotic standpoint, as they did tbo great rebellion, they
have fallen into the -nine foolish blunders.
Tho President, becnuso be talked conservatively aud wns a great Executive
power, must succeed, aud therefore must be
right. The Republicans, becnuso they up
pealed alwnys to popular reuson, nud hud
no army and navy under their immediate
control, must be defeated, and thcreforo
must be wrong. Every acl of Congress
was ridiculed, and every drunken speech
of the President was praised as tbo emanation of a Cicero. When tho London
Times' comes to us with comments on the
recent elections we expect to Bud it, however, like its kindred canieleon, the N. Y.
Herald, pronouncing Johnson's hostility
to Congress foolish and suicidal and unworthy the wisdom of a Chief Magistrate 1
The advice of the principal supporters
of the President is, as we have already
safd, submission, lt is considered nlsj,
thftt the sooner the Southern States accept the Congressional scheme, the belter
it will be for their political status, and
some hopes are held out tbat the South
will be able to maintain between tbe contending parties the balance of power.
JThe Herald thus describes the working of
the scheme :—" Uuiversil si.ffriigo and
universal representation, or limited suffrage and partial representation iu proportion, just as each State, from Maine to
Texas, may for itself elect, is tho condition
of tbis constitutional amendment. South
Carolina, for instance, has a population of
100,000—of which 000,000  are  whites
and 400,000 are blacks. Tukiug 100,000
as tbe number required for euch member
of Congress, she will huve seven members
if she grunts universal suffrage ; but if she
cuts o$ all her blacks she loses four members, and proportionately as the suffrage
is restricted by a qualification of color,
property or education to whites or Mucks.
This may seem pretty severe upon the
South, but it applied ado more or less to
every Northern State, iuclu ling New
York—which has a negro properly qualification (two huudred uud fifty dollus),
".nd MltHtthlHIfltlt. wliero thi-y huve a
leading and writing qualification. All
the States will have to modify their laws
to universal suffrage tinder tbis constitutional amendment or be cut down to a
greater or less extent iu their numerations
for CoogltM. Tbis amendment is going
through. Thero is no other settlement
for tho South. The Governors of the
Southern States ought, therefore, lo call
their legislatures together at once nud
ratify this amendment, so thut with the
meeting of Congress in December, they
may be all restored lo both Houses. It
is the ultimntuui of Ihe victorious North,
and the South will lose much and guiu
nothing by delay iu its udoption."
New Advertisements
NOTICE
-A.wHifjfiiiiiciit   I>t*e<I.
Date of Unci lOth October, I
lute of execution 16th October, ISM.
Pantai —MOflKS BPOBBOBO k JULIS
Id KIT. trading onder ihe n una
aad ity** ut Sporborg A Kuutr, of
U nul!   j-tii-i-t, Victoria, VuucullVrr
I-I. ui-1.
Thcstees-DAVID   LBNBVDB.l   , ... ,
JOHN WII.K1K,      '}<rfy««ta
Assignment of tbe vbpleof the partnership
properly excepting ttt furniture aud persoae]
eU'ects uf Moses Sporborg.
Ui-gistcr'-d t>.i« duy nt 11:15 a.m. ,
lBth of Oi lober, 18IH1.
iticHuiu woods,
ocl8 lm Aetin'' BegUtrar.
New Advertisements.
New Advertisements.
LUMBER,
VLAKGE   A.SSOItTMENT   OF   ROUGH
and dressed for side cheap,
J. HOHKIITSON ISTEWAItT.
Victoria, V. I., 20ih August, 18011. oc 22
THE   MAIL  S'KAMKR
ACTII'E,
JOSEPH   WILLIAMS,  Commander,
WILL  SAIL  FOB
SAN FRANCIS CCDIRECT,
From lirodiick's Wharf, on
Tuesday,     October    23d,
At 3 p. m.
For freight or passage, OPI'I.V on board or to
CHAS. W
3STOTIOE.
.SiiKiiiFr's Office, 1
Victoria, V. I., October 17th, 18(111.;
rpHH LISTS OF AltltKAItS OF HEAL
-i   Estate Tax, for tbe year lading Jane SO,
luuii, have been placed iu tbe Sheriff's hands,
with Instructions to levy the name according
to tlio provlMOBi nf tbe K''al Estate Tux
Amendment Act, 1Hi12, nil such arrears which
shell not have been paid to tbe Sheriff at bll
oHce. witbin live duys IVoin thid date, will be
levied accordingly.
W. It. II. ADAMSON',
ocl 7 Sheriff.
oc 21
WALLACE, Agent,
Wlnirf street.
ZRE-OIPEISrillXrG
— OF—
CLEIL'S
Restaurant,
diivt:vo* rooms
And  Coffee  Saloon,
rIMIE PROPRIETOR IX THANKING THE
1 pnbllo tor the very liberal support with
which tbey have limired bim iu lbe past, lm
much pleasure in utinouiicing thnt' having
rebuilt, embellished uml rendered the above
establishment anequalled in tbe city, be will
re-open ii to-morrow (SATURDAY, Ootober
2iith, 1860.
The   < iilinury  I>e|initiuent
Being perfect in all ith arrangement* and
under the management of a lir-t class Cook,
i verytblng will be supplied in superior Ktylu
and with tlio utmost piompiitiide.
I>.     4 l.i: 11,    lulls   I but   in    recommencing   Imsiih--.s   he   can   with   cuiiliib-iui-
solicit a renewal of public petrotinge, as wiih
the increased ftccniiiuiinlulinn nnd Improved
facilities for currying nn the business which
lie now possesses lm can guarantee entire aat-
isl'.ii'tion lo nil nnd place the iittractiuus of
the establishment above competition,
THB   UP-BTAIRS
DINING ROOM
Which has been handsomely furnished
iB in style, comfort nnd economy superior to
uny similar establishment in town.
3STOTICE.
In the Supreme Court of Civil Justice
Vancouver Island.
In  Eankruptcy.
W'HEItEAS   A PETITION' FOR ADJIini-
catlon of Bankruptcy, bearing dale the
llth dny of October in-liint, bus hern ihi y
liled by William Henry Bhlkinion. of tin
Citv of Victoria, Merchant) Ulnar and Trader,
mnl In- liuviug beeu declared a liankrilpt, is
hereby required '" surrender himself to His
Honor Joseph Nei-ilhiiin, Chief Justiee of the
Supreme I'ourt of Civil Justice of Vancouver
Island, aforesaid, on Wednesday, the 'llsl day
of October inst., nt 11 o'clock iu the forenoon,
precisely, nt the Court House, James Hay,
Victoria, nnd make a full discovery and disclosure of his estate and effects, when nud
where iho creditors are to come prepan & to
prove their debts nnd at the lirst sitting to
choose Assignees and commence the examination of the Haukrupt, and at the last sitting
ihe Bankrupt is to finish his last examination.
All persons inileliteil-to the said Bankrupt
or who have uny of his effects, ure not In pay
or deliver the lame but to David Liuilsnv, nl
i l-ivetnnient street, IbeUlIicial Assignee appointed, and give notice m
ROBERT BISHOP,  Solicitor,
oc 17-td Hastion street, Victoria.
Mrs.   Hein
KEEPS   CONSTANTLY ON  HAND Till.
latest faiMooala
XVI ILLINZRY,
Prices to  Suit the Times,
COYKIINMiiM'     S'lKEKl'
Between l'ort uinl nrnugliton. oc5
(si
VIRGINIA
*i
To the Smoking Public!
T   HAVE   JUST   RE-OPKXED   THE   OLD
X   Tobacco Store, Johusou Street,
(Two DooiisAbovk Waddinuton Ai.i.kv,)
Recently occupied by Frank Campbell, whore
I will keep
BR-AJNTSS
THE    BEST
—OF—
CIGARS, TOBACCO, &c.
—ALSO—
ALL  KINDS OF  FRUIT!
My old Friends nud the Public  generally
are requested io give me a cull.
ocu " poitTi iu'i;si: joe."
BOARD PER WEEK   ...   $0 nnd $7.
Meals nt all hours    -   -   -   25c to 50c.
Coffee per cup with Rolls    -   like.
Hot and Cold Joints nlways on hand.
S. lt.—Tho bakery business will be carried
on nnd bread of the best quality delivered
throughout the town. ncll)
To Milkmen and Others
THREE OR FOUR FIRST-CLASS COWS
for sale.    Good  milkers  and warranted
pirfectly gentle.,
Apply to
G. NIAS,
oc lS James Ray.
3STOTIOE.
THE ROYAL H3TEL,
Wharf   Street,
HAS REDUCED ITS PRICES TO MEET
the times, and clean comfortable beds
can be obtained lor'Jo eents per night or $1 50
per week,    lioard $1 per day.
S. HILL,  Proprietress.
N. B —The Hotel is fire-proof. oc 1
Iii tlie Sti/ire.iue Court cf Civil Justice
I ancouver Island.
IIST   BA.KTK:iS.XJjPTa"2",
III re Charles Dupiinil, a Bankrupt.
NOT I OH IS HEItEIIV GIVEN' THAT
application is intended tu be made al
the court to be bnlilen on Wednesday the IMlh
day of October instant, at 11 o'clock la ihe
forenoon, to His Honor the Chief Justice,
Joseph Nccilhiitii, Esq., to annul the Bankruptcy adjudicated on tho hunkrupt's petition
bcreiii.
Hilled this 12th dnv of October, 188b.
ROBERT   HIS1IOI', Solicitor,
oc in llHutiou Struct, Victoria!
WW
HERMAN   SHtTLTZ,
—AT—
His Well Known ami Old Established
Stand
Tho Government st. Boot Store,
Has jnst 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
San  Francisco
BOOTS     <Sc    SHOES
FINEST   AND  BEST QUALITY,
FRENCH   LEATHER,
—AND—
SHOE     FINDINGS,
At prices to correspond with the times
oc 12
By Steamship Active,
TOBACCO   &   SEGARS
FOR   TII E   MILLION!
P.   CAMPBELL,
Hub reeeived   the most  celebrated VIRGINIA BRANDS by express from
New York City,
Twists, Railroad,  May Flower,
ADELPHI  GOLD   BAR,
Manufactured expressly for him,
ATLAMIC AND PACIFIC CHILE TWIST
aim other Tobaccos too numerous to
mention.
Meerschaum, B*iar Root.
—AM)—
ALL KINDS  OF PIPES,
Playing Cards, Matches- -all
variolic*.
Havana   Cigars
l!y the Cargo or Sample.
COT Offlce of 0. P,  Green's  Victoria
.nul lv-ijuiinult Express.
r, CitDFBBIiti,
oc4 ADELPHI RBOAB BTORB.
ALICE   BROWN'S
FANCY   TWIST
SMOKING TOBACCO
JUST RECEIVED AT
Together wilh some One
IIAVA1V1 CI&itKf D1KECT.
Also on hiiml
Wine Sip, Peach, Apricot, Mary's Own,
Light Pressed, Natural Leaf, Buffalo
Tongue, and Atlantic Cable
Tobacco.
JU3T RECEIVED  PEIt BARK RIVAL
A Pine Assortment of
Meerschaum   Pipes.
Cull ami examine.
REMOVAL.
DR. BARNARD HAS BH1I0VBD
his lllllee to Dunlins street, lirst
house on the right side, south nf
Port stn'i'l.     Dr. II. is   eiiiiviisiiiit  with   all
the modern Dental Improvement!, ami uses
i  bai i!"' 1"' I miiti'iiuls in his prtiti's-iiiii.
Teeth mounted on Qotd Plata or the Vulcanite II.i. e in the neiilesl mnl most artistic
niuiiiiiT.
Chloroform idmlnlittrtJ uml   Teeth  ex-
lrneii"l without pniii     Ailvi I i< mli ml gratis,
i IfllOl bouri I'miii !' a. in. to 6 p. in.
Vit'luriii, Oi'lulii'i' sill, ISM. oo H-lm
JSTOTIOE.
MARTIN    BROS.,
IMPUUTERS OF
Groceries and Provisions,
FIREPROOF BUILDING,
LATELY OCCUPIED BV L'HOTELIER k Co,
WHABF       STREET.
oe 6
Alhambra
BILLIARD SALOON,
COM -It GOVER\flE\T A\» V.ITLS STS.
TJP-STAIRS.
Entrance on Yates Street.
oc 3-lm
NOTICE.
FROM  AND AFTER TII1S DATE I WILL
accept
Bank Bills for Cents
Or for auy other payments to be made to me.
II.   E.   8EELVE.
Victoria, V. I., Oct. 3, 18C6. oe 3
New AdvLTtisemsnts.
FASHION MUSIC HALL,
ADJOIMBO WELLS, tsitOO k CO'S,
Yiit«?H    Ktreet.
rwtat PBOPRIITOR takes creat
I    plfMUfl hi announcing thu arrival ef the
rated
PRIMA DOXJTA k PIANI8TE,
Madam Josephine Berndt,
Who will ivirv trailing entiTtain the visitors
witli si-lei tiiins from the most favorite
OPEIIAS,
Anil the limit
POPULAR BALLADS,
In English,   French,   Ittliau, German,
Hungarian, Spanhh, etc., etc-, etc.,
Iteing one of the most accomplished
Linguists and Vocalists of the
Day-
In niMition to the tnlenleil Madam Berndt
the MTTicel of the following galaxy of beauty
huve been engaged to wuit upon customers:
MISS   M1LE0*.       MISS   SWEET.
"      IJEVK1ES, "      WALSH,
MADAM    KEKIE
i Ipen every evening at £U p.m.
IDAdCISSION"      FREE.
O.     RKOOKS,
oc 1 Proprietor.
Chronielo   copy
Ayer's Pills
An* ]■ -if ii til',, iv ii'];,|,tnl to
fl-'crm-.'m.MilSMf thcili^f«tl»«
njifjtu :itiiH. mid (ll-fiihi'i ori*-
in.' fiuin iuipuilty of tho
Mood. A f ii " ['if t of all ll,*
■OmplitBtl thnt afflict man-
kiiitl - .i i i n n<■ In mi" of tbute,
and "ii-" |iiiiilly Ihi-.-.: f'lU.i
tra fuuii'l lo cure awny tiui-
^ti«n OfdlpMM.
Ffitij'iiii"! nre tlio 8taffin<mtg l'n>:it tnjiuo tutlneutphjnl*
cltiiiK, i,i ih. ir ■■;: i ia iu (lit-ir praL-ticu.
At a Family Tuyric.
From Dr. K.  If. Vartin-ight, of A'ew Orteam.
u Yum I'ji.i.» are the prince ofpumh Their «xrt>Mfnt
qnalitlt'Hiiurpii^ tny i-ui'iii tie wo ppmee< Tliay nro miUi.
tut vitv certain uu<1 effectual in thoir ncti'm on th" Unreig,
wlihii tniikii tliuin iiivaliiuljlu lu ue in thu dull)' treatment
nf ili.-i'u-.-."
Fou Jal'niuch and all Liveh Complaikti.
From Dr. T/trmlore /tell, of A'ew Turk (Mil.
"Not ouly em your PiiU atiiuirjihly adapted to tMr
purpoKo u4 id aperient, bnt I flud their bcoMcM rftectm
upon tho Liver ttry Dtnrked lodewl Th«y ha?* In tny
praetfea proted more efbotual tor tli«nir« of hdiout conv-
piaintt iliiui any one nunetl^ I can tnaotloo. I Bincereljr
rejotoettml vte mtttA length n puncatlftt wlilcb le worthy
tho eoubik'liu* of thi' profunttioii und tne poople."
Uyst'Cl-HM — I.MiIOHHTlON.
From Dr, Ifenru J. Knur, of St. fonts.
"Tlu» Tills yuu wan kiml pDOOgh to wnd m» hare b«B
all Died In my pmcticu, und have autiullcd OU tliat thoy are .
truly A" extru'inlinnry DrtdMne. Ho pcmilnrly nro they
edapted to the dleetwee of the hunuin mhi"h, thai thnyt**ra
to work upoa tbem alona I Dare onfed him« cast« otdyt-
•teptia. nod Indigestion wiih tham, wliicli lin I re*utml tbw
otfuT reraedteewe oomtnonlr t**% indeed I ha»« rxperfr.
ui'-iitally (bund them io beeflbotna] in fdinoet all the conv
plaiuta Ibr which ><>u recommend thtpu"
Dtsi:xti:ky — PtMMtnrrcv — Relax.
Pfpm f)r. J, (J. Orten, of Chicago.
"Tour PitU hare hnd n long trial In my practice, aod I
h"M Mi' in in eetaamaa ono uf we belt ipaniDtl i have ever
found. 'Ihfir ulLTiiiUe cUVi'i up.>n ih< livi'i- mafcw thom
tit: bic ll.nt r-niniv. wbtlt .'ircti in Mimll dtrntjn, fur t.iliuut
ind dfifiitiii'. Thoir angai coating nmkcH thnn
t.-iv mi- pul'lo uu>l cutiuuiciit for the uuo of women aud
.hil.h.n."
I.NTl'.HNAL OnSTTUOTlON—WoUMS—Sl'PFItEMlOff.
Ftim Mn. E. Stuurt, tehu fiacliist a* a I'hytictau and MUtrtfh
in /loutan.
"I find ont- nr tyro [arse doeee of yonr 1'ilu, taken at tha
art)] ir lime, are rttconciil prounitlwiof tlw mtaral encnv
M-ii nhnn wholly or [Mtrtlatly Mijipropp-d, ami ulso very mt*
in mil t'i rleniiM the etomncu mil eibel wornii. Tiny »r*
"i wm li tli" i<>( phyilfl we bave that 1 rccuiuiui'iiduo other
It my path iil«."
Constipation — Costiveness.
Fiom Dr. J. V. I'no'thn, Mmtitial, Canada.
'• Ton nun li ran nol ba mil of your 1'n.w l>r tho corn of
crt. vem •/. Ifotfaera of our fraternity have fennd them
nn i'ii.-.1111-u<i ni I have, they ehuiild Join inr in procluhuins
It fur the bentflt of tlm laultltudee Vho ImW from that
Doniplaiut, which) althongh lud (ttoH^h In ii^t-lt'. in the pro-
Ri-nit'ir of other! tlmt nm wom* I belliVI o-diuneti bt
originate in tin' liur, Iaii your riu.intlect that oruan aud
enra tlm dlmaie.*1
Imitkitieh of thh Tti.ooo — Pchofula—EnT-
I1FBUU — Salt Rkvum — Tltikii — Tumoii»
— UffBtrVATIIM— GotT — NRI'KALOLA.
Wtm />'■ A-Hi./ BUI, thiladetphla.
a Too worn right* Doctor, In Hying that your Plus purify
the td-uai.   'i he] do ihnt.   I bum Died Ibew t>f tntx run lu
hit ] laitiiT nul Ngrae »itii yum itatf t&intl of their t-fflcacy.
'limy MiiiHilnh- thi VI I'lmir., nml .nrv off Iho Impurltlpo
that' -ii.n.ii • in thu Mood, emendating dlaeaae. They
ethuulate tbe orpine of digMtkin, and iufuio Tltality aud
t/igur intu tli- *\ I
■■ Hnoh ivrni'ili'i nn tod prepare are a national benefit, and
you Imafw greal OmII l«r them."
Fun UgAhAf in —Sick Heahaoiil— Foil Stom-
Ai M — Pu-|:s—DltOP.-iV — i'LLTiloiiA—pAIULYblt
— Flirt — fti .
From lh. Fdnard /I.*/, RoMmore.
" I>i*n Dr, Attn: I a»not nnewer von what complainfe
I have run 1/with your Ptlu bolWrthmd tuaayrii that we
tfttf ■'■■'■' '■'■""■ " ]•■ >■■ ■'"'• '•i-iiK'ttte.   I plaro Hrtat depend*
eneo on at rtVtnalcitbartto lu my daily mnti^t with die-
■dm,and in llevlog as I do that yonr Pills afford ue ihe heal
we liitvi'. I afoOUm vnluu them highly."
kTSr Moil of the rills iii nwrket tunuln Morcory, which,
altt...ui'.h a Taluahle remedy In akllftil hnndfl, is dangeroua
hi 'i pul'lit' pUI, from tho droadful coiiiu^iuencos that fnv
qolDtly follow (tn Inrautloue uno. These coutuln uo tnurco-
ry or mineral substance whatever.
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
Hl'l long been mannfnrtnrrd by a pinctlral chomlst, and
tntty ouncn 1 f it ondeT bin own eyo. with invariable accn-
rary nnd euro. It is If^ed and pTOtlCtfd by la* from CCUtt-
tiiiiii.-, and loiiseiiifntly can be n-lied on as gniuins
without idnlteration. It wppUee tho infMt remedy tho
w.-t hi lias ever known fnr tbe cure of all pulmonary complaints; tor Coughs, Colds, Hoarseness, Ahtkma, Clou*,
WHOOfnra Oodqh, Bronchitis, Incipient Consumition, and
f<»r lbe relief of consumptive patientl in advanced stages of
tbo diseafio. As time makes thwo facta wider and better
known, this medicine lias gradually become the best rell-
aiii-.: of the afflicted, from tho log cabin of tbe American
peasant to Iho palaces of European kings. Throughout
this entire country, in every stoto and city, and Indeed almost erery hamlet It contains, Chlrp.t Pkctoral Is known
as the l»est of all remedies for diseases of the throat and
lungs. Iu many ibreign countries ft is extousirely used by
their most Intelligent physicians. If there Is any dependence on what'men of every station certify it has done for
tbem; if wo can trust onr own pciibos when wo see the dangerous affections of tbe lunpf yield to it; if wa can depend
on tho assurance of Intelligent physicians, whose busiueea
Is to know; In Bhort, if there is any reliance upon any
tiling, then is it irrefutably proven that this medicine does
cure the class of diseases it is designed for, beyond any and
all other remedies known to mankind. Nothing but its Intrinsic virtues, and the unmistakable benefit conferred on
thousands of sufferers, could originate and maintain tho
reputation it enjoys. While many Inferior remedies havo
been thrust upon tho commnnity, havo failed, and been
discarded, this has gained friends by every trial, conferred
benefits on the afflicted they can never forget, and produce^
cures too numerous and remarkable to be forgotten.
Prepared by Br. J. C- AVKB,
PRACTICAL AND ANALYTICAL CHEMIST,
.%        LOWELIi,   :N£A.S3-
USD SOLD BT
Moore   *Sc   Co.,    Victoria
AND ALL  DRUGGISTS. Abating   (T'degraplj.
MONDAY   EVENING,   OCT.   22,   1868.
COMMERCIAL
Sllll'l-IM.   HTKbLILKMH,.
PORT OK VICTORIA. VANiilUVKH   hi.anh.
ENTFIIFIII.
Oct 21—Sch Growler, Williams, I'nrt An-
atalai
Htr Enterprise, Swaninn, Niw Westminster
Sch Golditream, Hewitt, N W coast
OMUBID.
Oct 22 — Sip Letitia, Adams, Port Angelop
Sir Enterprise, .Swanson, New Westminster
A Qukkb Stiiiiy.—We have received a Han
Francisco paper liy lust mail containing a
Strange account ol' tiie ill-treatment of a pour
woman, a forriier resident of Victoria, by a
certain doctor with whom tho unhappy
woman tied from this city some Ihree years
ago. Tho paper states that the parlies (wo
suppress the names for obvious reasons) are
what is known ns ipiritnaltets', and the doctor
baving conceived the idea of converting his
companion into what tliey call a "teeing mid
iuiii," to that end he nnd a fellow-impostor bave been keeping the unfurluniite
woman locked up in a stale of nudity, and
drugging her with extracts of roots, opium,
4c, till she is almost demented, professing to
believe tbat under this "spiritual manipulation" Bhe will reveal the secrets of the other
world. Tbe moans and lamentations of the
poor creature excited the pity and Indignation
of the neighbors, and nn action wns brought
against tho wretches, but through some informality it failed. A medical niiiii accompanied by a police officer then visited the poor
woman and found her in a horrible state, thi"
doctor reporting that unless sho is rescued
from her tormentors she will dio. it appears
that the fiends who are thus practising un
their miserable victim say if .she dies they intend to carry out their scheme with ber
daughter, a girl of some li years. The paper
from which we quote gives a long acnuiiil of
tbis horrible transaction and cills upon the
citizens to take thc matter iu baud.
Am iNQrEST wns held to-day on the body
■of lbe Indian boy Charley found in a cabin
near Cormotuut Btreet ou Saturday morning.
Officer Woolacott deposed to having found
the body, which showed marks of strangulation, nnd had blood issuing from the mouth
ond nostrils. Officer Abson corroborated the
evidence of Woolacott. Nalive evidence was
adduced whieh showed thut there hud been a
quarrel between the deceased nnd some other
Indians, Ihnt the boy had been made drunk
nnd that while in that state n II. Ilu Bella
Indian, who appealed in the dock, had made
o savage attack on him, striking him wilh a
musket und otherwise maltreating him. The
quest was adjourned till ono o'clock to-
orrow to ullow a pnst mortem examination of
the body to be made.
Cholera.—We regret in lenrn tlm- lbe Itev.
T.nrliliiu Taylor, I) 1)., so well and favorably
known in tbese colonies ns the Agent ofthe
Ilriiish nud Foreign llililo Society, lias been
completely prostrated by a severe nnd long
continued attack of Asiatic cbulrra. The
disease, however, lias taken a favorable turn
and he is slowly recovering. Tne Rev. .Mr.
Wallace, one ofthe deputation fr no thc Wat-
lcynn Church of Ireland to tlie Methodist
Kpiscopnl Church of Ihe I'liili'd .'-'t.ites on the
occasion of tbo celehrutiou of the Centenary
flfltetliodi.nl in America, died in ('incinini'i I
few weeks ago ol thc same ten tide dlsea I
ARUAHKirrs is Canada.—Tbe To1 onto O'lobe
says: It is confirmed that a complete armament is now on its way out fiom England to
equip twelve batteries for the volunteer militia.
These aro the batteries recently alluded lo by
the London Timet, ns having beeu sent mil lo
Canada. The equipment will include Ann-
strong litld guns, carriages, limbers, lis mess,
Ac.
Till Hkli.isiiiiam Hay Mixb.—The U.S.
cutter Lincoln soiled for Ilcllinghnm Hay ou
.Saturday carrying a qtianlity of hose from
thelleetnt Esquimalt to he used in extingui.-h-
tug the fire iu the coal mine, which had again
broken out. Collector Wilson and Dr. Calhoun
went over in the Lincoln. A telegram received since the Lincoln went over says the
fire is in statu quo,
Lokamtciis Asleep.—Our "industrious"
contemporary copies nearly word for word
our yesterday's item about the Active, und
then gravely informs its readers that we neglected to publish it I Besides this interesting
little bit of plagiarism, the Chronicle contaius
only two local items not copied from the
Te eobai'H.
Adokess to Governor Kennedy.—The
clergy of the Church of Englnnd in this colony,
headed by thc Bishop, waitad on Ilis Excellency on Saturday morning and presented him
with an address ou the occasion of bis leaving
the colony.
Iuportant to Stock Ownkrs.—In tbe case
today of Pemberton vs. Wren the Chief
Justice rnled that the owners of stock are
obliged to keep their stock fenced in, and nro
liable for any damage done by their animals
to crops, although the latter arc not enclosed.
Dischaobo Johu Clerihuc, charged by C.
McCarthy with stealing somo gold specimens
and small coin from the house of Mr. Bottrcll,
was discharged to-day, thero being no evidence against him.
"Jeewes" at the Ball.—"As  we predicted,'' Jenkins of lbe   Chronicle has fairly
eotdoae himself ia liis deeeripuoe of tbe Ml
oa Friday tight.   We regret we cannot find i
■peee for more of Ike brilliant lucubration, -
but the following paragraphs struck us as too I
good to bs lost:" The scene wbii the stirring
and lm bi of Hi., noble band i-.-i
the  v.,'..ni,.< of the li__'ht trlppln|
notion wai pei ullarlj ontmati •! and en
ing."     " i li.   i
capacity, lbe i ling  it   lome* hat
dilli'lllt    In    i-irriiiiinavignle     the    bolodlng
billows of nuiilin, tarlatan and tulle." Brarol
Artemus Ward describing his "sho
of «ar!., tigers " can'i l io v..i..
although we threw.liy inspect the femeeol
•■that champagne" mun bare still been
stiiniil.iting yuur faculties whin you penned
the effusion.
Wiiiskv SiLiteo.—James OoyJe pie.del
guiliy to-day to the charge of supplying
whisky lo a drunken Indian, and W
tenced to $50 fine, or four monthi Bhelttgang.
Joseph Oodeau tnd Leon MornUs, charged
with 111o s.iiiii. ull'i'iHc, wire discharged, the
evidence being insufficient.
From Wiiiihiv Island—The schooner Growler, (.'apt. Williams, arrived lo-day with 16
tuns hay, 36 sheep, 6 dozen chickens, 300°
lbs. wheat.    Value, $186,
Drunk as Usual.—Chas. Itidley and John
Gowdie were ench lined Si or 8 hours imprisonment this morning, fur being drunk and
disorderly yesterday.
The Liquor lluwinctin.
Viriuiiv, Oct. 22, 180(1.
Dill    EvENIV    TllLE'iRAFF — I     0      llV     this
mornins Cliroiiic-K II that a Indlwtdooal wants
to giv n activ bisness man, tcquaneted with
tbe liki-r bllneee, with a small capertiil a
ilian/ ! ! ! Tin- icaci-e-t ofliker Enitirtashini
in tbis tnwn oll'.rs a incurrldge-meanl Sell-
'Iuiii   met  with  for   a   nrliv l.i.- I man that
understands thc llcker bleness with nny rap r*
iii at nl. bul when ths capertll de Ired Is
small, -ii much the beter, now I tm m imtll
in eVery ws as can be di sired an Oann bring
reckomendi from tl the Balnnes In town, tn
frum eVry town I htv bin In.thal i understand
ibe liker bisnes, lint is Hie outside bisnes-
nii if a sni'nil caperttl ii evry qnalliffication,
I'me the Activ blmei mun that ilu- advertiser
wants to se-fur-fur-ilii-ir partlekultri tddress
my Bole-llcltor iu riling Mr. Kobb-or-T llish-
lp, stares next the Surgery—
> urs Irewly,
Ktl I.   T.II.IINT.
TELEGRAPHIC.
California.
San Francisco, Oct. 2(1—Eastern line
Bt.ill down. . The following dlipilteh was
received from Salt  Lake:—Oot.  il)—
Heavy storms lately liavo prostnitcil tlic
I ne Imdly. At the brenk enst of Fort
Mitchell, the Indians have destroyed the
line for two miles ; men uro on the way
uud wire will go down in the morning to
the break. Hope to get it lip by to morrow evening.
By the arrival nf tlir* bnrk Hidalgo
from the North, we linvi: n report of the
total loss of the  Bee liiinii-'i' hri^ Perpe-
tun, which went   usliore on   Stimt Beach,
ut Entrance of Cone Bay, (hiring a gale,
and became a complete wreck. The l'er
petuii wus owned liy A. M. Simpson, if
this city, nnd was built in Washington
Territory, about a year ago.    All bands
Hera Saved.
Legal Tciul'Ts, r,'.)\ti70 buying, ond
70'<f7oJ selling.
Arrived—(let. 20—Bark  N. S. Per-
kins. 88 tjnys from   Vrctlc •) m ; bark
ltanier. s days from Teeknlot, lumber ;
hark Almatiu, 10 days from l'ort Ludlow,
lumber.
Sailed—Oct 20—Stmr Paclflo, I'nrt..
land ; ship Blackhawk, Liverpool ; hark
lliimlet, Ne* York ; hark Haiici Queen,
I'ugei Bonnd ; brig Hesperian, Honolulu
nu  II uinl mid'.
I.uU'itt li'iuii Japan
The Herald advnentea the opening if
trade in foreign pints.
Tho American ships Hartford, Wyoming und Itustard left for Veddo, August
31st.
The hist mn'l hromrht tho offlolal recall
of the Conial of the United Sitales,
The Japanese authorities havo agreed
to complete and turn over thn new race
course lo foreign authorities.
By the ship Bnena Vista, 59 days from
Shanghai, wo have Yokohama dates to
the 4th of September.
From the Japan Herald wc lenrn that
the Tycoon is recovering from his attack
of the kake, or paralysis.
The Magenta had left for China. The
Governor was bound lor l'ekin, accredited
to the Emperor of China, witb whom he
seeks a treaty for his master, Victor
Emanuel.
Tho Salamis was about to leave for
Hongkong for repairs, to be placed on a
China station. The Cormorant goes to
Amoy, the Adventure to Tientsin, with
the Vice Admiral Tziug and n. R. II.,
the Due d' Alencon and suite, who proceed to Pekip.
Lady Porter had given a grand entertainment. The baud of the Princess
Royal wus on hand. On the same eveu-
ing the Italian Minister gave a grand
banquet ou board of the Magenta to the
Envoy Extraordinary of Franco. The
French Minister made a speech, in which
he remarked : 'Italy is our mother. She
bas lately beeu our daughter.'
Oarcy M'Oea becoming ln-
]i»|ni!:ti   l.i  t auuila.
M iny symptoms give evidence thut the
popularity of DaitJ M'liee is on the
traue among his countrymen here. Il ,n
fell tlmt he has Identifying to temporize
wi li both creeds, t*id lo be Miking for
tin Catholios  nml   h  rkiog for tbe  l'ru-
I'S'nits.       The inns'  iiiilh -l.ikal.le Sign uf
tbe grot or  in ■ li tt bi  is held
• I. i'liili'd un tne i7ib ult., a' ii meeting of
the itockboldefi nf tlie Bt. I'.ni ok'- l|,n.
for the eleeiuui of directors Am ."g me
1 tt nt provisional directors wus the name
of Mr. li'Uee, winch wus lirst in order.
Wneii the permanent directorate »»-
lip u.'lit forward, including Mr. Mlin .
ii was  proposed   to  remove his name ami
rabttitute timi of Or. EUugiieo. To ibis
Mr. M'Oee s friends demurred, and proposed tn li uiu nut lottos I tin: name ol
Air. Cotaek, mid English Catholic, oaring
Mr. M'tiee't opponents to the test. A
long uml uoritnoiiious discussion took
place. Al nearly two o'clock in the
morning tne scrutineers brought it, tlieir
report of the voting, showing that Mr.
Custnk had been elected. The mosl
vociferous cheering and yelling Was tbe
welcome to this announcement. There
were nearly 400 persons present. The
voting is by shares, of which Mr. Metiee
received  1,000, and   Mr.  Ousack 1,800.
It is uuilet'stond tlmt  Mr. MoGee'i total
was made up of only twenty- two stockholders holding large amounts, while his
opponent reeeived the support of lbe
smaller proprietors. It is u bad omen
fnr his re-election for Montreal.—Carta.
ilmn Coi'r.
New Advertisements.
~WA.T<Trr&JD
Srx MB*, Pint a BAW Mil.i. 01 itckt
.-..uud.   Oeaailtens  n. to null
work preferred. Apply lo
illiiiili: a. i'h
Va|.
Special \<»li< i >.
Mn. Ztss begs to announce to the intuitu*.
nnts of Victoria that Iip has Intely received a
large assortment oi Children's tlarrlagei and
Ubairs, Fishing Baskets and Pishing Canes,
■nul a large qu miitj uf Market and 1 rare ling
Baskets, China 7ases, Fancy Geoai tnd Toys,
nl!   et   wbirh   have  lu   be   soil  00  or  before
Pebrntry next   tt   grsttly   reduced   prices
Qoodt sold at wholesale for ooil prices.    *
Rigovtt,.- .Messrs. Solomon Bros, btve removed to the two-story brick building on
Oovernment street, opposite the St. Nicholas
Hotel. They have received, px ship Muhawk,
Iiu-n Loudon, a line tesortment ef men's
oloth ag tnd underclothing) which they will
sell lower tbau any house iu town. (Jive tbem
a call. *
Noticb.—Mrs.Digby Palmer begs to Inform
her pupils and the public tbat sin. Intends
holding her Dancing (llnss twice a week,
Wednesday tnd Saturday evening-, from B to
ii o'clock, commencing on the 1st November
next, nt the Ulng-Vereln Hall, Exchange
Buildings, Oovernment street, *
BANK   OF   BEIT16H   COLUMBIA.
l.oMin.v. :M August, l
FltnM ami M'Tbi: ISti RBPTBMBEB,
ic;... M.i. limn Haataau Late will
..'.-.■ to I.' M sagei ..I thin Haul, in tle.-e
Colonies, and Ba. Vttt. Coaru Waao Is
itiitii..ii-".| ti. p. f .nn ilie dii'ii - ul' Pun. lip .1
U in these Colonies, ligning
all dm ementi ti \' lag Uaaa|
By ulilcr of tbs ('null uf lliri-einr-.
JA.S. II. UAI.KKIt.
N JS-lm In-.
Ai.fxamiuf.'s Gkovll—Messrs. J. Ii. Turner
k Co., London House, have received to-day,
by Express from Paris, t lull tesortment of
lllextndre'i famous kid gloves, for whh-h
tbey are the sole agents in Vancouver Island
anil British Uoluuibia.
Mil. Dnuiv 1'ai.uku reipicsts that orders for
teaching, playing and tuning Pla lofortes, and
for instruction in Singing, may be left with
Mesirs. Bibben .^ Carswell. Stationers and
Booksellers, Government street, or tt bis residence, near the fop of Fori street. *
HbYWOOD's 1'uiik HautAOl Euxir OF Lick
—Mr. lleyWond has ciiinuiLiiiel lurllie letSOQ
to make nil eetebrtted p"ik itutago, msnu-
f:lcfur"'l from th" verv best ul Island-led pork.
Everybody buys hum because they are good
and only twewty-flve cents p<-i pound.
Kkmuvai..—.Mr. Dtgby rainier has removed
tu    Kane    Btreet,    thi    doors   below   Mr.
Fawcett's r sidenco, where bs will continue
giving instruction on tbe Pin o Porte, and
singing. Evening parties attended end I'i. qos
tuned and rep ilred.
i'lissi'ii Mr,u\.|.v    The iinlliiii ry depart
mini at London Honse it now nndtrtbe man-
ageme t of a lady who arrived by Ittf steam-
■I liiiin I'aris.    J. II. Tiiim.ii \  Cu. *
if. i.i...v.. i |."i-,   iii.ni.... sod n.i.v.1''. mpltfnts.
'ill i« mil.mi..-  sn tverpn t. SLd if
i..ii.Ii..i  ii.-t ii'iuiv   itrminsts   rn    ..   II
rviiiwleie ki.oiin tlm bothef   SI
I ...il ...  Hi* ,,ii».|. ■.• til*  ...|u..   um! il- -'"I   .'ll.
ii!...!,.., i!. , i bowels, or snm« d«leterloai mt'tsr In
Hit bleed, aad Hum   Hollowaii'i  PlUses    •
.in.i ■ sped i,    rtipjr .i o|
prising .ii-irri... luiifjiiis. sltemttve, rseats I
itrsngtbeelBg -i. thus i set i ■    i
l.i.,.i hi .» i ll."   M   ..."  |lj      '    BU "■.|".    I.'I I' "■'   " '
;,  I. I ^ilb.lillUil *X--«tiv..   ii.M..11   111   11* -   liUiin
fr.iipt.   ii'iiuwii'sendlslns uay be sUvfcabg
n   i i   '. kr.; lag the Ll." ' pare tbs tbs
ln.iiy ronl—llli; only   piaOtlOablS    I'lmi   nl    BUlOtallUBg
tl"ll tl. in m.u'Ii, in .l.lli'i.'l. uinl ulil HSU-
SAN   FRANCISCO
OYSTER  SALMON i
Oovernment   street,
Between Gus Keyser's and W. Wilson's
THE UXDKUSIGM^D, IX VIEW OF TIIE
" Good Times " folks said were coining,
has OI'ENEH the above premises, and Intends
t„ OPBN THE BEST OYSTKKS the market
furnishes.    Tbey will be
Boasted
Fried
Stowed
In or Out of tho Shell-
gag?" Open at all hours
se 23-lm
.1. B. RUELL
Cow Por Sale
A    COW (AND CALF SIX WEEKS OLD);
A. warranted perfectly  gentle.     J'ricc |55
Also,a young Steer,
Apply to
Sc20 G. NIAS, James Bay.
Hit uud lluiuor.
Eusllah lteni*.
Jesse  Cowpei*-
Wliolobule and llctnil Dealer in
BOOTS AMD SHOES,
LEATHER,
—AXD—
SHOE    FINDINGS,
YATES    STREET,
OPPOSITE 'VKLLS, FARGO & Co
At the old stand nf Welister .t Co., il
prepared to supply the wauls of the
public in liis line.
The Latest Stvlss
Received by every arrival from Enfflaif
and San Franersco. oc '2
OLYMPIA OYSTERS
l.\ EVERT STYLE AT
A.   W.   PIPER'S,
AXD   THK
Best Welsh Rarebits
OiN    THE    ISLAM),
se 19
REMOVAL.
A.   BUIsER   &   Co.
HAVE   REMOVED
TO THE STORE ADJOINING THE
MASONIC BUILDING,
Next door to T. N. Bibben k Co., where they
BIV AND SELti LADDta' AND GENT'S
inst.uii' olothlng.
Clothel cleaned aud rejiuircd at the shortest
IIOlilT.
Se '_Ti-lln
New Advertisements.
RED LION HOTL
UUViiUNMKNT BTRBET.
'!•!!!•:   AlldVK VAHBP    HOTEL   HAVP
1 I d by
JOE      EDEN,
lie oill he  hnppr ia  inert hi*   Irtendl  on
uccutionn,«..   «i I fnriiibli lliem wilh
the he#t of
Wine-j Liquors, Ale, Porter, d
and Hears-
BAOATELLB, BKITTLKS,  AMD   BOXI
U '.. 11 V E .s.
tftj-  lot   li,ill   Ton will li-    I   II pv to
Private   bessons   iu   l.i.-noh.e mi «.t ■■     ,
H.leuce."
a. & w. wn.su:-
Hou:e and Ship Plumbers
CAGFITTERS,
BELL-HANGERS & TINS3UTH:
KURT   STItEET.
All nrdcrK promiitly attended ll
Oi   2
FOR     SALE,
SOMETHING  NE1
UNDER   THB    SI3N,
A HEW ERA \I QEDI8IHS
n%T* Let the sull'ering and dliSSMd i
tlie following.
*ttn** Let ii 11 who have been civen up
lectors, aod spoken of as Incurable, read
following.
j.-jj" Eel nil who can helicvc f.icts nnd cr
have faith iu evidence, rend the following :
Knnir nil men lo these presents, That on thiF
tbe Twentieth dny of June, In the yearofou'
Lord,   One   Thousand   Eight   11.in.ired   an-
Sixtv-Six,    per-ou.illy came Joseph Ilaydo.1'
to mc, known as suc'i, nnd being duly swor:,
deposed   ns   follows:     That he  is   thi-  ,sn
general agent for tbs tTnitld States and;de-
peodencles thereof for pteparatlons or tneii
i-iii'S    known   as  Maggiel's Pills and  Salve,
and thnt  the  following   eiriilicates are vei-
luitiin copies to best of his knowledge anu
belief.
^-, JAMES SMEITRE.
\
L.S.
Notary Public,
Wall street, New V'ork.
4s»
t i:.mi maim: . in liiAi.i. with yf.ai:-
A   ling  i"ll   l.y   her   side.    Will  work in
single or double harness.
Apply ni ihe
Of-lce ofthe 'Evening Telegraph,
I.A.MII.EV STIIEET. 00S
EEM.OVAL.
Di:    POW i-i.i.  H 18   iiemuvkh hi-;
and  tti    l»i     ' ■ ■
lmi . .1. iH   .t.Mi    HI.' I Oil H'N   BTB      I
n .. A. M   to   13  M.. and  I
I', U. in i" P. M.
August tt. »« -'''
XJ-N IVERSITY
— OF—
WASHINGTON TERRITORY
i-s^HJS INSTITUTION WILL BEOPKN ON
1 the 17tb inst. Pupils "I both seses received, who will be expected to luraish tlieir
own rooms, which are provided in separate
buildings, free of charge.
The   Expense   ol   Hoarding   and  Tuition,
wiihout incidentals, will not  exeee I $60 per
quarter of 11 weeks, payable In advance.
For further Information address
REV.  GEO. F.   WHITWORTH,
President.
Seattle, W. T., Sept. 1st, 1866. oc 11
NEW  BUTCHER   SHOP.
Wai. B. Townsend
J)
BOS TO  INFORM THE rUBLIC THAT
SATURDAY   NEXT
He will reopen the
Eureka     M! arket,
GOVERNMENT    STREET,
Adjoining the Masoxic   Building,
Where he hopes,  by keeping  a good article
and by strict attention  t.i business, to
merit a share of the public patronage.
se 26-lm
June 1st, 1868.
Tin. Mauoiki. -I take my pen to write you
of toy greut relief and Ihat the awful pain in
my side has left me at last—thanks to your
medicine. Ob, Doctor, how thiukful I am
that I can get some sleep. I can never write
it enough. 1 thank yuu again and again, and
am sure that you nre really the friend of all
sufferers. I could not help writing to you,
and hope you will not lake il amiss.
JAMES MYERS, 116 Avenue D.
This is to certify that I was discharged from
the army wi:h Chronic Dlarrbcua, and have
been cured bj   Or. Maggiel l I'ills.
WIL80N HARVEY,
New York, April 7, 1886. 27 Pitt street.
The following is nn interesting case of a
man employed In an Ir.m Foundry, who, tn
pouring melted iron Into a tlnsk that was
damn and wet, caused an explosion. Tho
molted iron w-as thrown around and ou him in
h perfect Bhowcr. and be wasluirnt dreadfully.
Tiie following certificate was given to ine by
. him, abont uiglit weeks after the accident.
New York. Jim. 11, I860.
My name i. Jacob Hardy ; 1 MB an Iroi
Founder; I -tuf h«d.\ bnrntby hot iron i.-»
November last) my burns lies ed, bnt 1 had »
running loee on my leg that would not tmal;
I tried Uagglrl'l SalVe, nnd u cured n.e in u
f»w we-k-. This i- ■ i true, nnd anybody
can now seems at Jackson - Iron Wot
Avenue. J. HARDY,
.
BXTRAOTS   FROM   VARIOUS   liBTTBUS.
"I  bad  no  itlti    Maggiel's Pills g«Vs
im- a hearty i
•■ Your Fills nre marvellous."
■ I send for another box, and keep them In
tin- bouse."
Dr. Maggiel has cured my liendnclie that
was chronic."
■' I gave half of one ofyonri Ills to my liahe
for ch. h in mini us. J he dear little tiring got
well In a day."
'• Mv n:uis"!i et ii morning is nnw cured."
" Your box of Mnggiel'fl S live cured me of
noises in ihe head. I rubbed some of your
salve Inliiiul my e-irs, nnd the noi.-e left."
■• Semi me two boxes; I want one for a poor
family."
*' I enclose a Dollar; your price is 25 ceut3;
but the medicine to me is worth a dollar."
11 Send me five boxes of your PiilS."
ii Let me have three boxes of your Salve by
return mail."
I have over 200 such Testimonials
As this, but want of space compels mc to
conclude. S. MAGGIEL, M.D.
HAKGIKLS P1IXS AXD  SALVE
Are sold by
A. C. LANGLEY & Co.,
TICTOE1A,   V.  I..
SOLE AGENTS.
Jgf- NOTICE—None genuine wiihout tho
engraved trademark around each pot or box,
signed by Dr. J. Maooiei., 11 Pine street, Hew
York, to counterfeit which is felony.
Sold by all respeetacle Dealers in Medicines
throughout the United States and Oauadas, at
25 cents per box or pot. EntllNh  Ileum.
DATES TO SEi'TEJIIlEIl    20.
The Morning Post in en pjitorial
Warmly uppluufs the policy of non-iutur-
vention of tbt United BUM iu the war
Lot«ecu Bpaill nud tlio South Aiii''iicuii
republics- Chile and 1'cru—und cordially
u|i|uovo» the moderution evinced by tlic
United iStatcH in regard to Mexico.
Tlio Canard steamship* Kuropo and
"nrifn siulcil for Queiiuc direct ; wilh u
rcgiii' nt of llusaurs lor service iu Onuadii.
Tlio great St. Lcger race camo off nt
Doiicuster, und was won by (tie favorite
Lord I.viiii. Hiivcruake wns second, und
Knight of the Crescent third.
Tlio Atlantic Telegraph Company huve
culled a meeting of stockholders for the
purpose of raising funds to buy up the
interest of ihe Anglo-American Telegraph
Company, under whoso auspices tbe cublu
hus been completed.
Preparations aro making to hold a
grand reform demonstration iu Londou.
The United States stenra frigate Colorado, hearing the flag of Admiral Golds-
borough, tho Uuited States steam sloop
of war Swutora nnd the United States
gunboat Frolic, tender to Admiral Colds
boroug's squadron, have arrived at Southampton*
It is stated that arrangements for n
meeting between the Emperor Nupoleon
and Count Uismurck have been complaint],
and tho interview will soon take place.
Mr. Bright hud accepted an invitation
to n public reform banquet in Dublin.
Tho dato is not fixed, but it is expected
to take placo before the middle of October.
On Sunday, tho 2nd instant, while a
female member of the sect kuowu as the
'Plymouth lirethreu' was addressing
about ono hundred and fifty persons iu
the open air at Ottery, St. Mary's, a wall
forming part of the ruins of tho late great
fire at that place, fell among the crowd.
.Six people wero killed and upwards of
twenty more or less injured, some, it was
feared, fatally.
The Times editorinlly admits thai the
empire of Mexico litis withered away, and
thinks that the counlry should bc left tn
itself.
Now   Advertisements.
Miss Evans, the author of " Felix
Holt, tlio Radical," is the daughter of n
dissenting clergyman in Derbyshire, is 06
years old, and besides English, is complete mistress of three foreign languages,
German, French end Italian. She bas
written six novels in ten years.
A bachelor merchant's advice in selecting a wifo was: ' Get hold of a pioce of
calico that will wash.'
Woman is said to bo a mere delusion,
but it is sometimes pleasuut to bug delusions.
' Yon seem to walk more erect than
usual, my friend.* ' Yes; I have been
straigh tern nl by circumstances.'
FACTB vs. THEOKIiiS.
" Give mo a place to rest my lever on,"
says Archimedes, " and I will move tho
world." "Give mo pure and unadulterated
drugs," says Modicos, of tho olden time,
" nnd I will euro diseaBo."
In one sense, both of these learned pundits
were tho veriest charlatans. They knew there
was no place to rest their lever on, either to
novo thc world or cure disease. Merlinni.-m
was in a backward state, and the medical profession was but anolhei name for sorcery,
■and all tho adjuncts of magic inters nud
charms ofthe " evil eye," ke.
But these latter days havo bnrne unto us
something more than even superstition and
its crew ever dreamt of in their maddest philosophy. In thoso days of practical science,
what wus theory of yesterday ir fact to-day,
and all tho old lime notions become ns hubbies
in tbe sun, and burst aod break with every
breath we draw.
Let Archimedos shoulder his lever and we
will find a resting place for it to move the
world. Let mine ancient Medicus pant and
toil no moro for thn drugs he bo sorely noeds,
ior we havo them nt our hand, evor ready to
servo them at his beck.
Refined In the laboratory of Dr. Magciel,
tha finest materials known In the medical pro
fission are obtainable by any one. His
Blllious, Dyspeptic, and Diarrhoea Pills stand
Unrivalled, and his Halve operates with mogl-
e»l effect upon burns, scalds, and all sores uud
•leers ofthe skin.
In fact, we think .Maikiirl's Pills nnd Salv
are the wonder of this century, nnd we are
ifiappy in the thought that many othors of our
brethren of the craft agree with us. Wo would
earnestly counsel (hat all families provide
themselves with Dr. Maggiel's Prepnintions at
once, ond knep them ready nt hand, so as to
iso them at the most opportune time and as
occasion serves.— Vallou Sentinel.
"ROUND THE CORNER"
IS TIIE NAME OF THE
I-TEW     S-A.3L003ST
JUST OPENED IK
l,:ur.:Icy   siiftj,   round   thc
corner from Yntes street,
In tho building formerly  occupied   by   ihe
K.il.i.ni of Kiii.niiAiuir's Iluui.
The  Saloon   has  been   tastefully  refitted,
and will bu supplied with tho
FIRST    QUALITY   OF
Wines   and  Liquors.
The proprietor respectfully invites tbe pob-
Ilc to call "BOUND TIIE CORNER" and
judge for themselves.
UOVEItXEENT   STIIDET    KNTHAXCK — NEXT
door to the Telegraph Uffice.
se 29 JACOB    If Kit H MI ER.
NOTICE.
THE ROM HOTEL,
Wharf   Street,
HAS REDUCED ITS PRICES TO MEET
the times, and clean comfortablo beds
can be obtained for 25 cents per night or $1 50
per week.   Board $1 per day.
S. HILL,  Proprietress.
N. B —The Ilotel is fire-proof. oc 1
PRIME
Yorkshire   Bacon!
E* Royal Tar,
For sale by
FELL & CO.,
««2G Yates street.
For gale Ex Camden,
Hosteller, limkir, and Angonlura Bitters,
Oregon filler in bbls, and cases,
llarct In casks, half-casks aud eases,
Sauterne nnd California II lilt«; Wine,
French lleobel OO (I.I'.,
tug. I Ihpioi, liiimm and Bollcngcr (ham.
pague,
And In  Store nn   n-orimcni  of Rrmidy
and Liquors tillable for (he Trude,
t--i Depot of Havana Cigars.
EUQEXE THOMAS,
oc 6 Yutcs street.
BEMOVAL.
W.   HEATH OM
IjjiIIEdS   LEAVE   TO   INFORM   HIS
rfJtA   b'iciids uml the  public  thut ho bus
removed bis
Boot and Shoe Store
To Goveiinmknt STIIEET, two doors from the
"Colonist and Chronicle" Olliee, wheie bo
will coutiuue his Boot Making business.
BOOTS AND SH0E8 MADE TO ORDER
Of the best materials nnd workmanship.
N.Ii.—Repairing done at shortest notice.
 bc 23
NOUVEAUTES
D'autojine  1-T   D'hiyer.
J. If. TURNER Ef CIE.,
Out l'lionneur d'informer leun?
amis et lo public quil viennont do
rccevoir un aasortiinent do Nouve-
autes do Modus des Moilleuros Mais-
iiiis do Pstvis.
MAISON DE LONDRH8.
Soptembre, 1866. sa'2'o
Union is accomplished and
Producers Protected.
Tho country only can be saved by
Patronizing
CAMERON'S   ISLAND   PRODUCE
2\tLA.2\2^BTm
No.  18   Fort   street,   opposite   Mrs.   Heal's
Boarding-house.
SINCE WR ARK TO HAVE A TARIFF,
Island Produce will ho in demand and to
supply tho increase of orders it has been
necessary to make arrangements with sovernl
more hunters and fishermen ; nlso Producers
will always he able to find a market for their
vegetables and other produce, at ronsonuble
rates ; whilst consumers can have thoir demands supplied freo of duty. Tho tnnrkct
will henceforth he supplied with the finest
Venison, Fish and Game of every description.
Clams nnd Oysters from tbo newly discovered beds nt Chemiiinus.
Since preparing the above we learn that a
special Telegram has arrived from the Home
Government stating that Chinamen pedlars
are to be taxed $30 per head, per month, and
knowing it, to he a fatal shock to them, the
"Original" will go in mouining for thc space
of ono month, in respeel to their memory.
ON  Y  PAKLE   CHINOOK.
oc 7
EUREKA CONCERT ROOM
BSDER THE JUiUGEMEST OF HUS. <Jl AKLF.S.
noniS MOST FAVORITE AND FASIIION-
able place of amusoment having been
entirely re-decorated will re-open This Evening nt 9 o'clock. .Mr. Ned Reed, the famous
Banjo Player will be in attendance to amuse
visitors with his minstrel Songs. At the liar
the best of caso Liquors and Havana Cigars
will be dispensed.
Open every Evening nt 9 o'clock, admission
freo. s« 24
J. H   Turner & Co.
GUVKIINMKST BTORBT,
VICTORIA, V. I.
LONDON   FIRM,
J. F. Tunst'all & Co-
LONDON    HOUSE,
September, 18C6.
We hare received by "lloyal Tar" and late Express arrivals a
i/rcut part of our Autumn and Winter Stock. ll comprises as usual a
full assortment of Staple and Fancy Goods.
Linens, Cottons, Prints, Damasks,
Blankets, Flannels, kc,
Dustt Goods, Tiik Nkw Lisseys, Surges, Meuisos,
Poi'EINES, Pl.AIKS. iVi.
Shawls—Hidi Broobe, Wool, Hiiiiiiliiytui, kc,
Ladies' add Ciiii.dki.n's Undkrclotiung,
Mantles, Fobs, JIosieuy, Embboidbbies, Lack
Goods, kc.
MiLLiNKitY- Wreaths, Head Drrsses, a beautiful selection
of Bonuets in the Lainballe, Pamela, and other new
shapes;   Hats in silk, velvet, and straw.
ZVii* department is now under the direction of a First Class French
illiilitier, who arrived by last steamer.
The above goods have been selected by our London peertner toith great
care, and will be sold on most favorable terms.
Re 21
H.   Turner   &   Oo.,
Agents for Alexandre's Kid Gloves.
A   Triumph    oi    Science
—AND—
TIIE  LIGHT   OF   THE   WOULD
DR. MAGGIEL'S
PILLS   & SALVE.
Tbttt XAtt-gMoft r-medi-s ar* now, for the ftr I
■imt.t'T*" pubUpljr to Hi ■ w -r a, Fw over ft quilt"
f u i tut'iry ol 'private practice thu ingredi tn in iu three
Life-Givlng Pills
Hav> be in used with tho greutoHt success. Their
mbftati is n tony ij> i r-vunt rlittip, but to ruf«
They si rch ooi th- nriou m&Hdlei by   *hich thn
plltlOBt in Biitferlnff, uinl re.invigorates t ■*• ailing
mt*n. T ■ ihe Rted and iiitirum iew d»sus of these
valuable PILLS will i rove lo be
A VERY FOUNTAIN OF YOUTH,
For in •▼try ca«e they arid new lire and vitality, and
rwlord the w Mint trioftltt in Uiur pristine sinte. T»
tho jo gunl mi.idU ngta thoy will prave most in
valu.He, a* a ttn y, ipodflc and sterling iiH'dicintt.
i-fffttft dream MtllWa, that Rmco.de-Leiin sought
for threo hundred yearn ago. and neVer f mnl. He
lookid for it f iiiitaln that would nalore the old to
\ig»t uud make youth ever
An Eternal Spring-1
It wns left fnr Ihfs fluy and hour to realize tlio drenni,
and phew in one glorious fact the magic that u.nde
it fair.
THESE  FAMOUS  REMEDIES
Cannot stiv the flight of years, but they can force back,
un'. hold aloof, diseases ihat mi .'tit hi mph over the
ag tl and the young, Let n"ne hesitate then, but
si-izh tlie favoraole opportunity that offers. Wheu taken
ai prescribed—
For Billious Disorders
Nothinccan be more prodncliee of cure than theso
I'ills.—Their almost m'glc inlluonce Is felt at 0 < < ;
and Iho DIQftl ci.nc luitanU uf tliU Belt dislretsili^
disease ar« reuioved. There rtnudifn aru made from
the purest
VEGETABLE COMPOUNDS.
They will not harm thn most delicate female, and
im i li» ui •■» with gootl etl'iict iu proscribed denes to
t hii youngest babe.
For Cutaneous Disorders
Andklleru"t)«ii«nf Iho -kin, ' h- SAIA'K ft mo«l In-
valuable. It dues u <t hital lateioally aluiu-, but pone-
ir.iwi with the must m arching elf.. tt| tu the vcr> i nut
yfiha evil.
DR. MAGGIEL'S PILLS
Invariably euro the following Diseases :
Afthma,
Bowel Complaint^
Coinrha,
CoWa,
Chest Pi-eases,
Oostivoiieps,
Djipepaift,1
Diarrhea,
Drojisy,
Debility,
.  „ Fever and Kg\ *i.
Female Complftints,
Utftdftobft,
Indigestion,
Influeiza,
Inflammation,
Inward Weakness,
Liver Complaint,
LownesH of Spirits,
Ringworm,
Rheumatism,
Salt iilcimi,
Scalds,
.-kin Diseases.
k%r NOTICE.—Vonegenrlna wlthoat the engraved
trade-mark around etch pot or box, signed by DR. J
MA<-i;ii',I„ 43 Fulion street; New York, to counterfeit
which is felony,
4GJ- Sold by all resnectnble Doalprs in Medicines
throughout the United States and Canada—at 25 cents
perbox or pot,
A. C. Langley & Co.,
Agents fop Vancouver Island and British
Columbia.
tat
THE PARK HOTEL
riUII.S WBMi KXtlAVV AND BBAHTI-
X fully flitiiuii'il Hotel is now liiteil up in
tho most luxurious Btylo for bonrtlera nnd
lodjtcrs. Private rooms cun bo hud for
parlies.
A TABLE   D'HOTE
WILL    DK    LAID    BITOT    AFTERNOON
AT   5  O'CLOCK.
Every description of amusement, including
music, is provided for the frneaXt.
Ludies ami gentlemen can find in the Park
Ilotel a e iml'iiriublo and luxurious homo.
Thc best of wines and liquors kept on hand.
Ladies can have freo use of a phaeton for
town drivo.
Hoording by tho week nt low prices to suit
the   times. oc 5
EDorborg & Hueff,
COMMISSION   MERCHANTS,
Importers nml Wholesale Denies in
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS,
ISoots  nml  Slides,
Whnrf street, Victoria, V. 1. oc 2
BRITISH    PERIODICALS.
Thc London Quarterly Keview (Conservative)-
The Edinburgh Review (Whig)
The Westminster Review (Radical)
The Borth British Review (Free Church)
TUB  0>'E  THING   WANTED.
HOLLOWAY'S PILLS.
Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (Tory)
The foir Reviews re-publiihe^ by Messrs. PpOTt ft
CO., nr« i-'TU'raly en siti-ri'ii um tlm (Jn-at MTtflWS,
anil BttCKVOOd limt heen justly placed in llit- same
rauk. Whoever dtaptflftl Willi rradtOff l'ii'ilic»ti(»iis of
this elafs, wli-.tt-ver may lie Iih funral inl'orniathiii,
n-lil inoii be altoifeihfr hehln-l th«' tiinu- in whieh he
lives—and in these times a Mrn < umy HON get very
fnr behind. Tht/ nitty he toad nnd studit'd with ml-
vitiitRL'i* by the [""i 'in oi i in- country, oi every creed
and party*
l«> BLA0KW0OD Is uniisnallv Kttmetive *t tin
linn' (0 Aiii'tiicnns, not only f-»r iU neri I arli-Mf* by
ii;- iMi/ii.; li ■! uril.ii of floUoll, hnl fnr In- UOOttol "f
the iii" olvlt .. i■ iimv I'l'in^ wrhton hy V'\. Vdii
B'-rkr, tOe'tbanontoer, ehi-1- ■ tail loUen. J. K. .
stuart, ol ihu CouO'ilurate army.
TKKMS   FOR   1886.
l'i>r any nim  of the llwvlews f 1 per annuia
Kor a ii j twooTthe K.-vU-ws  7 "
K-tr sny thrio of the huviewi , 10 "
For all fuur uf the Hevluwfl I1-! "
Foa BUokWood'l Maxnsin- 4 "
Fm' ilhn'kwtind and  DM HevNw  7 '*
For Hlii kiriiod and any two of thn  1W-
vl«ws 10 "
For nUokwoodandthrMof tha Reviews..13 »■
For IlUckwoud and the four Huvlews 15 "
CLUBS.
A iliT'oiint of /»"■«';/ par osttt, will he a'lowed In club«
cf four or more pursoiin. Tims, four u .piox of
Hlackwod. or ofoha Keview will be nent tonne address ur sI'J HO. Koiircopies of tho four KevieWM and
Blackwood, fur 948, and so on.
POSTAGE.
When sent by mail, the Postauk to nny part nf the
United t tea Wi'l be ■ iu tft't-iii 'om' ccnl- a year for
" i-ACKwonn," and but eight ceuts a year for each of
the lievlews.
Roiluced Prices for previous years-
Subscribers may obtain ihe Ropirint* immediately
preceding 18136, as follows, viz. :
Iil.vlm.otlfrom September, 1864. to December, 1865
inclusive, at the rut? of $2 50 a, ycjir.
Th* NorfkBHHsh tram January, 1668. to Tiecemher.
1*-G5, hirlucive; the Rliidntrgh mid tlie Westminster tti'lit
Ap fl, 1864, to December, 186'j, ineluive. nnd the
/.■'lid-in QiiitrUrly lur the yeur 181.5, al the rata of 91 50
;v yt'ar for each or any    evi-w.
UEf A few copies yet rii'nln of all the four Reviews
for i8«.3 ut $4 a set, or $1 fit) for any one.
LEONARD   SCOTT   &   CO.,
Publishers. 38  Walker Street. N. T*
L. ?. & Co., also publish the
2PA.2XJ2vfL2S2l'S GHDTDE
ny IIknuy Stki-russ, ^f Kdinbilr^h. nnil tlie lt.tj. P.
Niiiitiiv, ol■ Ynls i iilkirc.,   2 volt,   ltojal Outavo,   1000
jmiieB. mid imineruii. En^ravlnga*
Pricii »7 for tho two Tolnms!—hy Mall, post natil,
t*. ot. ;1> -a
The Itlootl.
The9«fnm»us pills are so composed tftn
they opernte wholesomely on the Btonmcb, tb*
liver, the bowels, and other or^iins^ by corrtcs-
iiiR any ilciiiiiueniei'U in their functions'
whereby a sternly supply of pure materials roe
tbe renewal ot the lllotid is furnished, un.l :•.
constant abstrnciiou of effete products is effected. This perfect circulation thus becrmxi
the very fountain of health and lite, nnd overcomes all form of disease wherever its sitw*
tion.
General Disorder* of (be Liver
and  stoma* li.
All who ever indulge a* table, either in eat«
ing or drinking, should take about ten of »>.!»-
famous pills at bed time, from which will re*
suit a vicar head and good stomach the futl living morning. Thousands of Ladies ar* always complaining of sick headaches, want o>
appetiie, waut of energ,, and want of siiwngth,
to correct all tbese evils, three or four al these
Pills Bbould be taken twioe a week, when they
would give tbe invalid .be health anil appetite
of a ploughman.
Female* or all Apes and 4 lasses
Obstructions ot any kind, either in yonsg
or those bctwoen forty anil Hfty—th' most oril-
icalpciiod of life—may be rudically remo. ill
by using these Pills according to the printed
directions which accompany each box. Teung
persons wilh sickly and sallow complexions
may havo tho bloom ot health restored by Khi?
corrective, which purifies the blood and expels all gross and impure humors from Ibe system. Ueware then of the critical age Iron
forty to fifty, as it sends many thousands to
[iremulure grave,—these Pills should be takei
it that period of lile tne or three lines t,
teek
Want  uf Strength and Energy.
Persons of sedentary babiiB, or tbos* troubled in mind, working in Factories or Coal
Pits, who cannot obtain tbat amount el freit
air and exercise wbich nature requires, sutler
from weakness and delility, lowness of spirits
and want of appetite. All such should take »
lose or two ol these Pills every ihree er foui
days, as they act gently and ell'ictaally un tb*
system and impart vigor and energy lo ihe
body, which is always followed by • good
appetite, sound and refreshing sleep, and •
high flow of spirits.
For the Cure of Dropsy.
The cfHcncy of Holloway's Pills In Dropsy
is extraordinary. Tbey act with sneb a peculiar I'll'-ii upon tho system, that the fluid*
causing tbis direlul complaint, ar* pereoptlbl
carried nil and prevented from any lurthei
nceuinii'nlion. The sullurer regains n buoyancy of spirits and rejoices in a completely
renovated coustitution. It is in lispensably
necessary that the Ointment slionld he most
effectunlly rubbed into the complaining parts
during the whole conrse of treatment.
Children and their AllimnlK.
In no country in the world are more children
carried tn an early grave tban in Great Britain.
Coughs, Measles, Scarlatina, fevers, and otber
diseases attack the little sufferers, and death,
but too often, follows at a rapid pace ; yet if
nt the first stage ot these complaints, parent,
were to have recourse to Holloway'a Pills, all
danger would be avoided; for the stomach
nnd bowels would ue gently bnt effectually
cleansed bv this tnilil aperient ; the depraved
nurnors correctca ana tne secretions duly regn-
lated. A perfeel cure would loon be effected, and the 1'ttle patient restored to sons'*
health.
Holloway' Pi. r ue tbe best known remedy ia U
world f->* the following diseasss:
FoM at tlie KsubllRliineiit of I'roiesNOr Holloway, 841
."trand, (near Temple Bar,) I. n<lon ; als" by all reaped
aide DniffelBta and Dealers In Mo ieincsthroughout lha
civilizail world,at the lollovrlng piices— ti. 1%., a. DA,
is. (i.l., lit., Mb*, and 33s. each box.
Aeue Female  Irregular- Pcrofa.'aorKieg I
AHtlimn
Itlei
Evil
BillionaCompIalntF
Fever of all kintU
*ore Th.rnsta
Fits
Htone and (irsve
Rlotchoi    oil   th-
liOllt
Secondary Symp
^kin
11'■;*'!  Ache
toms
Bowel complaintB
Endlgestioe
Tic-BolDreox
Colics
I n Humiliation
Tumors
Constipation ofthe
Jnnndlce
Ulcere
Bowl*
Liver Complaints
Venereal      ftfie*
Consnnii tion
Lumbago
tiono
Debilitv
I'i lee
Worms    o f   a
Dropsy
Rheumatism
kinds
Dysentry
Retention ef Urine
Weakness     fro*"
firyaipelaa
whatever can"
*,* Thero is a considerable saving by taking tbi
urge r efiee.
Directions for the guidrnee of patients in every (Laor
der are affixed to ench bos.
Pbintkd and Published by McClubb & Co. a*
the offlce, Langley Street,

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