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VOL. I.
VICTORIA,   VAJVCUUVER   ISLAND,   WEDNESDAY   EVENING,   OCTOBER  10'  18H6
NO. 86.
«<
THE
EVENING TELEGRAPH,"
ri.'ni.isiiKn
Everv   Evening at   4   O'Clock,
(Saturday nud Sunday evenings excepted.)
ALSO IVBRY
SUNDAY    MORNING !
TKRMS OF  MUBSCKIPTION ■
"er Annum, Ir. advance, bj mall, MO 00
l?nr six monthi,  ,    6 Oil
lor «-tk, |iayabl< to Carrier        25
, IngluUllea ^....:        10
For terms of Advertisement apply at the
Offlce. Lanjley Street
HERMAN  SHULTZ,
—AT—
• His Well Known and Old Established
Stand
Tiia^Qovernment st. Boot Store,
Jus just received  per steamer
A   FINE  ASSORTMENT   OF
ladies' and   Children's   Shoes,
Which he offers at a very low price.
Receives by e/ich steamer from  England and
San  Francisco
BOOTS     tSc    SHOES
or   TUE
FINEST   AND  BUST QUALITY,
FRENCH   LEATHER,
SHOE     FINDINGS,
At prices to correspond with ihe limes.
se li:
NOTICE .
ILI PERSONS HAVIVG PLUMS
,1 against the undersigned are requested to
presenL ihom within illl days from date.
All persons indebted to ths undesigned nre
requested to settle their account* within 30
days e'ther by note or otherwise, or they will
bo g'ven lo my Attorney lur collection, as 1
intend to leave for Europe
se IG-ltn J. W. KEYSER.
FOB      SALE
rpWO   OUOVER k BAKER S8WING
I     MACHINES,    for   heavy   work;     ono
Singer's Machine, No. 2, fur line aud   heavy
work.
All the goods pertaiuiii? to tho business,
including cotton goods, ticking, pulu, and
other goods too numerous loo mention.
The ahovo will be sold for less than cost
■within 30 days.
Terms—Cash or approved Notes.
—ALSO-
Th« entire slock of Crockery, Hardware,
Furniture, Fancy Uoods, .Iti:., un tha same
terms as above.
All goods unsold afier 30 days will be sold
«t auction.
se lS-lm .1. W.   KEYSER.
XJJSIIVERSITY
WASHINGTON TERRITORY
'•plHS INSTITUTION WILL REOPEN ON
A the 17th inst. Pupils ol both BCies reeeived, who will be expected to lurnish their
own rooms, which are provided in separate
buildings, free of charge.
The   Expense   ol   Boarding   and  Tuition,
wiihout incidentals, will  not exceed £30 per
quarter of 11 weeks, payable in advance.
For further information address
REV. GEO. F.  WHITWORTH,
President.
Seattle, W. T., Sept. 1st, 18C6. se 11
LIST OF ARRIVALS
-it tht Mount Ararat Hotel during the months
of June, July, and August, 18CJ.
June—His Eicellencv Governor Kennedy, Mr
William A G Young, Mr. Benj W
Pearse.
J«ly—Messrs Jas Wilcox, F Dupray, Jas Reed
Macadam, John Dand, Louis Philpot,
F W Alwood, J R Ford, E S Hatch, Sir
Jas Douglas, D Fraser, E 8 Whitting-
hara.
August—H B Seelye, W E Stronach, J
Robenson Stewart, Thos Lett Stal-
schmid , Robt Burnaby; John Nicholson, M M Titus, F W Groen, Benj W
Pearse, Acting Surveyor General, R
' Homfray, H O Tiederaann ; James Sfc-
Cutcban; Wm Denny, Wm Wilson,
Joseph Hilton, R D and J; Kenneth Mc-
Kenzii', Jr, Wm 1) McKenzie, David B
Blair, Olias Redfern, Chus Kent.
ft 4-ia
New Advertisement*.
LINCOLN   HOUSE!
Cor- Washington and Front sts,
PORTLAND, OREGON.
IV. V. IUATTIIIES5EIV,
Of  the  St.   Nicholas   Hotel,   Victoria,
Hiavi.vo'takkn'the AROVE HOUSE,
wishes to announce io ti.e public that he
is mw piepared to accomodate guests in a
satisfactory manner. No hing will be left undone, which is in the power of thn proprietor
to do, to render gin sts comfortable.
Portland, August 24th, 18(18 se 14
THII
EVENING TELEGRAPH
NEW  BUTCHER   SHOP.
Wm. B. Townsend
B
ESS TO   INFORM THE PUBLIC THAT
SATURDAY   NEXT
He will re-open tho
Eureka     M u , r k e t,
GOVERNMENT    STREET,
Adjoining the  Masonic   Bcildino,
Where he hopes,   bv keeping a  good article
and   by  strict  attention   to business, to
merit a share of the public patronage.
sc 26-lm
THE GREAT UEMEDY OF THE
A OK
HOLLOWAY'S OINTMENT.
The   effect   of   the    Ulntinent   on    the
System,
To the v-rycoe ftnd centre of all disrnppa
which affect the hninitii body, this riimarkahle
prepara ion penetrates*   It disappears ocder
the Friction <n the hands, as salt dliappean
when robbed u^on meat. The unguent performs its healing errand rapidly, safely, aad
without pair.. Mrnple erupiions, open lord,
bard tumoiH, sci'ufiiiuu- uevelopmenis of all
kinds, nbcesses, cancers, old wounes. and, in
tact, every upeci a of lull.tintualiun and s;ip-
puiatio", Whether lit**t>e*kin, the flesh. thu
glands, or among the muscles, can be .\rn-Bteb
in ita destructive course, and permanently
cured without dangerby rubbing in thi.-. inestimable Uinttueot.
Bad     I-i-is-,   I tad    ISniiili,     Sores,    ami
Matt s*a
In many Hospitals in Kurope this celehrated
remedy is now ust'd for the cure ol old wounds,
soree, and ulcers ; in Hpain and Portugal, and
in many parts of Italy, tht* first Physicians re-
regularly prescribe its use. -It is a sovt.eigr
r- iiicdy for bud breasts and bud legs; and likewise lor all skiu diseases. It is tu be found in
the cheat of nearly every sailor, soldier, a 110
emigrant.
1 in|>i ml* hi i> -4   of   Youth ; — Sure*   a n*l
I leer*.
The above class of complaints is «ureiy re
noved by nightly lomenti"g the parts witl
. rm water, and then by most iflectiuilly rub
ning in this Ointment. Personssnfl'eiing lion
ihese direful complaint! should lose not a mo
ment in arresting their progress. It should hi
Understood that it is not sufficient merely to
smear the (liniment ou the affected purls, bul
it roust be well rubbed in for some considerabli
lime tw ur three times a day, that it may be
taken into tht system, whence it will remov.
only bidden sore nr wornd as •ActualIf a.
though it WaM palpable to the eye. IJread and
water poultices, after the rubbing in ot ii
Ointment, wi.l do great service. This is tb|
only proper treatment for females in cn^es o|
cancer La the stomach, or for those who audi;
from a general bearing don n.
Pllei, Platulas, Stricture*.
Blotches, aialso swellings, can with certainty
be radically cured if the Ointment, be usee
freely, and the I'ills be taken night nnd morn,
ing as recommended in the printed instructions
When treated in any otherw*y these complaint.
anly dry up in one place to break out in an-
>ther ; whereas this Ointment will remove th'
humor from the system, and leave the patten
1 vigorous and healthy being. It will requir*
.ime, aided by \he use of tne Pills, to ensure
ASting cure.
Dipthcrfa,   Broi rhltU,   Soie   Tli runts.
Any of the Above class of diseases may be
^ured by well rubbing the Ointment ihree
times a day upon the skin covering the thro it,
chest, and neck of the patient. The unguent
will soon penetrate the pores and give immediate relief. To allay the fever and lessen t1 a
inflamation, eight or ten Pills should ba taker,
night and minting. The Ointment will pio.
duce persp'ration, which is so essential for
removing fevers, sore throats and those oppressions of the chest which arise from
Asthma, Bronchitis, and othet  causes.
Both  the  Ointment, and   f'tlU   should
be  Uttert   In the  following  Cases t
Bite. l*gt
Corn" (C ■iuS)
Rhi-umatUm
Bad BreaflU
Cancers
: .Hiils
Bums
C ntiactt! 1
and
Sore Wppjet
Bunion"
SU' .l"int<
s re 1'tiroat
Hit- uf viA»fih<t«eB
K(p|ihnntu
■ is
Slvio .liseas
and Sand-FUei
PUiaUu
<curvy
oco-bar
foot
Sore lieadi
Chtego-foot
.l.iii lul;ir
Swell-
Tainnrn
lingi
1 lcen
Zhilblnin*
1   ra ti%gn.
Wounds
Jb*pi«il ilnndx
Piles
\tW.'
Sold at t e Establishment of Profbssob Hollowa
-'14. Strand, hear Tcm|>)<> Bat), London ; also by a
.'expectable Drimclsta md Penter* In Medicines through
mil t lie civilizt'il world, at the roll"winit prices Is. Ikd
8 i-d in ed.. 11-., 22., and 33s., each Pot.
%• Then ■ a coQiiderible saving by taking the lar^i
Ink
NB.-*UlreeMooefnrthe(rufdvics of Fatlvntu In  trot
disorder are affixed to each Pot.
GENERAL
J<?b   Printing
i:sTAKLi«iiiiEi\r
Langley Street, Victoria,
The  Printing    Office
or THE
EVENING
TELEGRAPH
Office is replete with every appliance
and variety of Material for tbe
Execution of
LETTER PRESS   PEINTINi,!
In all ils brandies, whether
Plain or Ornamental
• t.
'THK   OFFICE   AIMS   at   securing
X such *;»cdy Execution of orden '■ ,h:
consistent with correct and elegant V. mV.
inunship.
Orders received for Printing
Hooks, -        Business Cards,
Pamphlets Invoices^
Catalogues Bill Hends,
Sermons, Trade Forms,
Reports Circulars, (Plain
Rentals, Coloured,)
Leases, Haul   Bills. (Plain oi
Law Forms of every Coloured,)
description,
For Pricci,   apply   at the  Office
Langley street.
General News Agent
J. Stratman.
EMPIRE NEWS DEPOT
Cor. Washington & Sansome St.*.
San  Francisco.
THB ADV RTISER is prepared to Mppty
wi'h punctuality :tnd celerity the minrxtd
newipapvrn and periodicnls upon the following
terms All orders, to receive immediate nttei -
lion, mn?t be nrcompnnied by cash remitmnc*,
and banded m [irevious tu ibe 4tb, 14th, mid
24th of each month.
London Daily Tttnea $14 00
Ti.e PlaM  J-t00
"       Illn urntftl Times  7 00
"      WMkllTIfflM       7 00
**       Bell'- Life in London 14 00
1       WeekU Di»|*tch 14 0C
«       III. Nrwioftl.e World 14 00
"      Public Opinion  7 60
*      Index (Freelmds) 14 no
"       III.   Sporting News   8 00
"       H|>prut>T  14 00
"       Rp-iew   1400
»       SnlUrdiijr Ht'Ti»w 14 00
nnh|*i Nmifit 12 00
LowU. i Uluntraii'd New-N 14 00
Allm."J Mnntlil; 3 0"
Pla-'kn.i^l's HagaBlnt 3 00
H-aip iMfits i/ine  3 00
Sixpennv M.-iKizmp ,    3 <•<>
Knickerbocker SO
Vftnitie. V >nt' ly *"• 30o
t)oiley'»Ladles Book 3 00
Mniloal Ho« 3 00
ContinenUl Majraaine  3 00
MadHra IVmorust's    onthly 3 00
F. LeilieV new l'nmili MagHxinc  3 O0
Ghnn■be^8, Kdinbitrjfli   nnrnal 4 00
Monthly   i)ap«r», "nc«* n   Week ft 00
x »        Ail tlie Year Hound B 00
Tlnckerav's Cornhill Maxaiine noc
London Lancet fi 00
3. A- Sala'i Tfmple Bnr (5 Of.
London Society  Magaiinc fi in)
Pt. Jamri Maeaxint* fi 00
Edinb'irnfh Review 10 0<i
I^ndon   Review 10 00
North Briti*hltevew 10 00
vfflitoiin-ter Review 10 00
1 rmiion Art Joniintl * .1200
Minip;* Sm^lfiiip Vmg 10 00
MiftCellaneous.
RED LION HOTEL,
GOVJiRNMENT tiTREET.
'THE   ABOVE-NAMEP   HOTEL   HAVING
1   been opened by
joe\"euen,
Ue will h« hippy io  mci't hi.  friend,  on all
occKsic^f, H.i   »i 1 farnllh them with
tbe best of
Wine~, Liquors, Ale, Porter, &c-
and Hears-
BOARD AND LODGING PER DAY $1.
Biignti'lk aad Ski't'es.
Call nnd see the establishment.     JOE pre-
iides nnd kcepa urder. ge 10
AYER'S
CHERRY
PECTORAL,
FOR THE RAPID CURB OK
Colds, Coughs,  aad
Hoarseness.
Brimfield, Mass., 20tb Dec, 1855.
Dr. J. C. A vi.i!: I ilu not boiiitate toiay
the btntt ii'iin-ilv I bave evur fuuod fur
Coughs. Hoari'tiH-sn. Infiuunia, and the
cuucomlUint Hyniptomn ul' a i ■ -M, is yuur
Ciii um PfTJr.AL. Its constant use in
my practice and my family for tbe last
ten years has sbuwu it to ponse«<t superior virtues fur tlie ir^atntHtit uf these
cuinplaints.     8DKN KMOMT,*M. D.
A. H. HOBTLBT, Kaii.,of Utica.N.Y., writes: MIh»Tt
nieit yonr Pectoral inyseif aud in my family evsr sine*
you invL-nti-d il, and believo it thn b+jst modicine fur ita
purpme ever put out. With a bad cold I shuuld sooust
pay tweuty-flve dollars for a bottls tban do without it, ot
take any other remedy."
Croup, Whooping Couph, Influencn.
.S'RiaariEi.D, Miss., F«b. ", 1866.
BROTntn Ater: I will ohnrftilly certify your Pectorai
Is th« best rerntidy wo UtNH br tbe CUM of Wliomnng
Cough, Croup, aod the tuttt disease>s of children. We of
your Dttarollj in Oil BoOta appreciate yuur skill, and
ooinueiid yuur muilivinw tu our MOplt,
HIRAM CONKLIN, M.D.
AMOS LEE, E9Q.,Mo5Tni;rv, Ia., writes, 3d Jan.,1858:
"I had n tedious Influenza, which confined me in doora
six weeks; t<x>lt many tnedkines without relief; finally
triod your **tOtOa\lL \ty the advice of our clergyman
The first done relieved tbe soreness in my tbroat aud
lungs; lesr than one half tbe bottle made m» completely
well. Ymir medicines are tbe cheapest an well as tbebsat
me cm buy. and we estenn v.u, I>octor, aod your retoe-
diet, 6s the poor man's friend."
Asthma or I'hthipic, and Bronchitis.
Wi.ht MAN.HF8TER, Pa.. Feb. 4, 1856.
9m: Your Cherrt PjwtQBAI I* perfunniiiK tuarvelloua
corus In tbix aertion. It I i- lellevod several !. ■ in alarm-
Wr symptoms uf ciiiisuiiiptinn, and In now niring a man
who has labored under an iilfTtion of the langS for tbe
last forty years. IIKNKY L. PAKK3, Merchant.
A. A. ItAMSEY, M.I)., Al-niow, Moxfoe Co.. Iowi,
writes. Sept. 0, lfiftfi: " Purine my practice of many years
I have found nothing equal to yoiir Cukhrt Pectora'i, for
giving ease and relief to consumptive patienta, or curing
such as are curable."
Wo might ad I vnlumes of evidence, but tbo most con-
firicing proof of the virtues uf this remedy Is found lu IU
effects upon trial.
Consumption.
Probably nn one remedy has ever been known whlrh
cured so many and ouch danp-rous cases as this. Soma
no human aid can rwach; but even to those the Cherrt
Pxctorai. affords p'lief and comfort.
ArroR Hoiisf. New Your Titt. March 5.1S56
. Doctor Ater. Lowei.t.: ] del it a duty and a pl-anure
to Inform you what your Citkrrt Pectoral has done for
my wife. Sba bad bora live monthi laboring under tbe
danp'rons symptoms of Consumption, liuin wbich no aid
we Qonld proenn K*W b«f much rallaf. She was steadily
hiling. until Dr. ftrong. of tbi-f city, where vs \wrt come
for ailvice, rwumiii-nded a dial of yotst medj<-inr. Wt
bless hiskindnci". as we do yonr "kill, for aha baa no *■
aped frum that ii;iy. $h-- i- nol yl i* ptTODg ■'-" ihi used
to be. but k tree from her niuli.and calls herself well.
Yours with Bratitnda and rwnurdi
ORLANDO BUKLbY, of Binarrnu.
Ommmptiv*'. do not detpoir till grou htyt iiied Ateh'i
CtiEiiHr noorauL.   It ii nadi by on*of the beat medical
ehuttiti in lh« irorld, aad Ita cum all aronod us i«-»pe«Jt
the high merits of ilu \irlu<>. — l'hihtt!<iy'iiti letdgtr.
Ayer's Cathartic Pills,
THE MtonoW of rheiiilatry an«l MhMM Imie l*sn
taxed tbeir iitm ■*{ 10 prodVOI tins I Ml, most perfect
purfntive which is known to man. Iiinuiin-nilile praoft
are ibown tbat tbeae I'm.: - have HltaM Whlfifa surpass In
exrell'uro tbs ordinary nif'in-iiiei. and that th»>y win un-
preTdentedly *i jx -ti the MtMn "fall nifii. Tbey in *-di-
■nd pleasant tO taki'. but (towei-fiil to cure. Tbeir penetrating properties stimulate tb"'iii«l utfrfilaa of the l>ody,
remove the ohstrnetlotti of H< organe, \ unfy tbe bim»d,
and expel dtSBHSi tbey ptng" 0Q| tlo-fmil liumors vbich
brw«i aud grow di-'< ine r. -limnlato llnggtefa or diior-
dered organs Into their natnnU Mtim, nnd impart b> altby
tone witb stiRngtb to the whole 1/lteiU. Not only do
they euro thn rvcry-dnv Cnmplnint* ot tttTJ lK>dy, but
also formidable and damreruiiH dleeeJN that have hnfiled
the best of human skill. \\ Kile they produce powerful
effects, tbey are at tbe same time, in diminished dost s. the
safest and heat physic that nm lw employed for children.
Being sugar-coat ed, they are pleasant to take: and being
purely vegetable, are free from any risk nf harm. Curea
have been made which surpass Iwlief were they not substantiated by men nf such exalted position and character
as to forbid the suspicion of untruth. Many eminent
clergymen and physicians have lent their nanifs to certify to the public thc reliability nf my remedies, while others havo sent me the assurance of tlieir o-nvirtion that
my Preparations contribute immensely to the relief of my
afflicted, suffering fellow-meu.
Tho Agent below named is pleased to ftirnish gmtis my
American Almanac, containing directions for their me and
Certificates of thoir cures, of tbe following complaints: —
Costiveness. BiHmis Complaints, Itheumittfrm. Dropsy,
Heaithiirn, Headache urisin^ from a foul Stomach. Nnu-
sea. Indigestion. .Morbid Inaction ofthe Dowels and I'uin
arising therefrom, Flatulency, Low of Appetite, all Ulcerous and Cnt&neotll Diseases which require an eracuant
Medicine, Scrofula or King's Evil. They also, by purifying the blix>d and siiiiiul.iting the system, cure many
complaints whiih it would not 1* rappoeaa tbey could
reach, sucb ns Deafness, Pnrtinl Blindness, Neuralgia and
Nervous Irritability. Derangement* ofthe Liver and Kidneys, Omit, and other kindred complaint* arising from a
low state of the IkkI.t or obstruction of its functions,
Oo not be put off by unprincipled dealers with some
other pill they make more profit on. Ask for Ater's
Pills, and take nothing else. No other they can give
yon compares with this in its intrinsic value or curative
powers. The nick want the best aid there is for them,
and they should haTe it.
Prepared l»y Dr. J. *j. AVER,
fractical and Analytical Chemist, Lowall, Man
•*«« li6 Cts. fer Box.   Fiti Boies for %1.
MOORE & Co., Victoria,
AND ALL DRUGGISTS.
5C-18
FOR,     SALE,
Sfi
\  GOOD MAEE (IS FOAI.), WITH TEAR-
A   ling colt   b/ her   tide.    Will work U
ilugle or double hnrnesi.
Apply a', tb.
Office of the Evening Telegraph,
LAXGLEV  STREET.
set
For Sale Ez Camden,
noitttler, Botkrr, und Angostura Bitter:,
Oregon (id«r In bbls. and mtet,
Claret In talks, balf-casks and east,,
Sauterne und California White Wine,
Frentb Ueohol SO O.P.,
En;. Cllijuot, tfamm and  Bollinger Chaa.
t**\mtt
And In  store an  amornnent of ftraodr
and lienors snltable for tbe lrad*.
Hay Depot of Havana Cigars.
EUGENE THOMAS,
«e 6 Yntej street.
Relief  for   the   Afflicted.
THB I.YTR0DCCTI02C OF
Forry     Davis'
Vegetable Pain Killer
To tlio Suffering  Iluniani'y of this Ago
hus relieved more pii", und cnused mora
real joy ti.uu uny other one ilnnj; that can
be mimed.
IX  13  IN
Invaluable   Remedy,
0'ir first Pbysicinns  use il,  and  recommea
its   Use j   the   Apothecary Soils   it   first
among the medicines called for, and
tbe wholesale Druggist considers
il a  leading article of his
trade.     All the dealers
in medicine speak
alike  iu its fa.
vorjandils
reputation as a medicine of grest
mcril and virtue is fully and perma-
neutly   established,  and  il  is  tbe great
Family MediciDO   of the Age-
Every Volunteer slinuH have a bottle, in cat.
of sudden attacks of Disease
Taken Internally, cures
Sudden Olds, Coughs, ic,
Weak Stomach,
General Debility,
Nursing Sore Month, Cankor,
Liver Complaint,
Djftpepiia or Indigestion,
Cramp and pain in thc Stomach,
Bowel Complaint,
Psintan' Colic,
Asiulic '.'liolcra,
Diarlioea and Dysentery.
Taken exiernally cure.
Felons, Boils, and Old Sores,
Severe Burnt and Scalds,
Cuts, Bruises and Sprains,
Smiling of the Joints,
Ringworm and Tetter,
Broken Breasts,
Frosted Feet uud Chilblains,
Toothache,
I'uin in the Face,
Neuralgia and Illieumatism.
2?ATTST   2Z.TTuTJE2R.,
Taken internally, should be adulterated
widi milk or water, and sweetened with
sugar, it desired, or made into a syrup
with molasses. For a COUGH and
Bronchitis, a few drops on Sngnr, eaten,
will lie mote effective than nnvtliing else.
i For SORE THROAT, gargle the tliroa.
witli a mixture of Baiu Killer and water,
and the relief is immediate and cure positive
tST* It shonld not he forgotten that
the Pain Killer is equally as pood to
take internally as to use externally.
Each hottle i6 wrapped wiih ull directions for its use.
Trices 25 cents, 50 cents k $1 per bcttla (ftbtning   t%t\t%xix%\.
WEDNESDAY   EVENING,  OCT.   10,   1866.
A    DKK4DFI 1.    FAMI.VG.
The short details given in the telegraphic news of the famine iu India are terrible in their import. From Calcutta
and Bombay the accouute are truly appalling. Iu tbe latter city according to
lbe correspondent of the London Timet,
900 bodies are to be picked up each
morning. The last retartis put down tbe
number of deaths during the week at
over 7000. Tbis, however, gives but a
small idea of the calamity, as a very
much larger number die in the jungle
unknown and ancared for. The total
number per week in and around Bombay,
is therefore put down by the Timet correspondent al 21,000. As Bombay with its
immediate surroundings has a population
of about 700,000, we have 3 per cent, of
the inhabitants cut down by starvation
every week—a rate of mortality that
would clear oat the city and its viciriiy
of every soul in about eight mouths. The
number of deaths is not so great in Calcutta, although this city is a little larger
than Bombay, but the mortality Is sufficiently horrible to make us wonder at the
administration of affairs that proves itself
so incompetent to prevent or alleviate
catastrophes, which seem to be periodical. In a tropical country, where
nature is so lavish in her productions, and
where the wants of man ure so easily
satisfied, it does seem strange that tha
wisdom of those who bave the unobstructed management of affairs should be
unable to avert these direful visitations
either by timely precautions, or by a system of irrigation that would counteract
to a great extent the effects of the
droughts to which certain portions of
India are so subject. The area of the
Presidency of Calcutta is nearly doable
that of Great Britain and Ireland, being
over 221,000 square miles, yet its population is -only one-Wrd greater. Tbe
Presidency of Bombay where the greatest destitution prevails, covers over 131,-
000 square miles,.nine thousand greater
than Great Britain and Ireland, and only
contains a population <of 11,000,000.
England bas dono much far India, but
Ler administration, it is evident, has yet
heavy work before it. The land system
in many places, is still a curse, and tbe
ryot still a wretched crcaturo with no
perpetuity of tenure at a fixed reut. Tbe
greatest opportunity that ever presented
itself to any country for accomplishing
good, says Mill in his history of British
India, was presented to England on her
assuming tbe directiou -at Iudian affairs
—that of giving the immediate cultivators of the soil the greatest interest in
the soil. "A measure," continues the
philosopher, " worthy to be ranked among
the noblest that ever were taken for the
improvement of any country, might have
helped to compensate the people of India
for the miseries of tbat misgovertiment
which they had so long endured. But the
legislators were English aristocrats ; and
arittocratical prejudiceiprevailed." It is
not in India alone, however, that aristocratic stolidity and prejudice have revelled to
the country's detriment. In the govern"
ment of every British colony tbe same
snpercilious ignorance prevailed, until one
colony after another came down to that
flourishing condition which characterises
Vancouver Island and British Columbia
at the present time, and men from the
very necessity of their position, were
forced into a war of aristocratic, or
rather would-be aristocratic extermination. We are afraid with all the recent
improvements in the government of India,
there is still too large a leaven of aristo-
cratii assumption and incompetence iu
the general management,
GRATITUDE-
The officials and those who have received substantial and honorary favors from
Governor Kennedy, are about to get up
a dinner for the especial landation of His
Excellency before his departure. We admire gratitude even iu the breasts of the
parties alluded to; we believe besides that
it has been well-earned; for no Governor
ever stood so warmly by his subordinates
and his parasites, as His Excellent
Governor Kennedy, but we would
advise those gentlemen who are so
desirous of showing their thankfulness
for favors conferred, or who are anxious
hy tlieir feasting adulation to bespeak
favors to come, to confine their demon
strations to  a  purely social  entertain
ment. We bave as much respect for
Governor Kennedy personally as any of
his creatures, aud have no objection to
see any portion of the public show some
little return for gubernatorial hospitalities ; bat we have no idea of witnessing
without « protest, political capital, as is
proposed, being made out of tbis retiring
banquet. Governor Kennedy politically
has lost the confidence of tbe people and
their representatives ; let the former be
careful that they do uot show that vacillation and inconsistency with which they
have been charged by endorsing even by
implication his Excellency's administration.
According to a correspondent of tbe
London Telegraph, iu Garibaldi's army .all
' Daughters of the regimeut' are uot be-
wichiug persons : ' She was tbe daughter
ofthe regiment, but she might bave been
its grandmother. A fussy, gray-haired,
suii-hiirued, wrinkled virugo, wilh arms as
muscular as those of a prize-lighter, and an
astonishingly copious vocabulary of hoc.
nble oaths.'
New Advertisements.
NOTICE.
In addition to the sale of First-
Class Real Estate advertised to be
sold at our Salesroom to-morrow,
Thursday, October 12,
At 12 o'clock, noon
We are instructed to sell at same
time Three Lots in Victoria West,
which are known on the Official
Map as lots 58, 59, & 60, ha\ing
a frontage each of <50 feet by a
depth of 120 feet:
Acts of Sale at Buyers Expense
—ALSO—
AT COMMENCEMENT OF SALE,
A First-rate   Riding   Pony
J. P. Davies  &  Co.,
oc 10 Auctioneers.
HSrOTICE-
<-pHE PARTNERSHIP HITHERTO SUH-
1 sistinj between the undersigned Henry
Waller, William Crooks, aod Augustus
Couves, as Hotel aod Saloon keepers at the
"tiro to," eitnatD Government street and corner of Trimuee Alley, Victoria, is this day
dissolved by mutual consent, so far as relate's
to me, William Crooks. The business will in
future be conducted by the continuing partners, Hetny "Waller nnd Augustus Couves,
who will discharge all debts and receive tbe
accounts due to the ii™.
HENRV WALLER,
WM. CROOKS,
A. COUVES.
Witneis,  Robert BiBhop, Solicitor, Victoria,
V. I. '
Dated this Iflth October, l«6<i.
RED LION HOTEL,
GOVERNMENT STREET.
'THE   ABOVE-NAMED   HOTEL   HAVING
1   been opened by
JOB     B3DE3ST,
He will ba  happy to meet his   Iriends  on all
occasions, an   will furnish tbem with
the best of
Wine?, Liquors, Ale, Porter, &c,
and Cigars-
BOARD AND LODGING PER DAY, $1.
S8g* Bagatelle aad Skittles.
Call and see the establishment.     JOE presides and keepa order. oc 10
Union is accomplished and
Producers  Protected.
The country only can be saved by
Patronizing
CAMERON'S   ISLAND   PRODUCE
Is/L A.2\2ZrBT,
No.  18   Fort   street,   opposite   Mrs.   Heal's
Boarding-house.
SINCE WE ARE TO HAVE A TARIFF,
Island Produce will be in demand and to
supply ihe increase of orders it has been
nrccssary to make arrangements with sereral
mori-h inters nnd fishermen ; also Producers
will always be abl- to find a market for their
vegetables and other produce, at reasonable
rates; whilst consumers can have their demands supplied freo of duty. The market
will henceforth be supplied with the finest
Venison, Fish and Game of every description.
Cams nnd Oysters from the newly discovered beds at Chemainus.
Since preparing the above we learn that a
special Telegram hns arrived from thc Home
Government stating that Chinamen pedlars
are to be taxed $30 per head, per month, nnd
knowing it to be a tatal Bhock to them, the
"Original" will go in mourning fur the space
of one month, in respect to their memory.
OJV  Y   PARLE   CHINOOK.
oc 7
New Advertisements
REMOVAL.
DR. BARNARD HAS REMOVED
his Office tu Duuglaa street, first
house on tbe right side, soutb of
Fort street. Dr. B. is conversant wilh all
tbe modern Dental improvements, aud uses
none but tbe best materials in his profession.
Teeth mounted on Gold Plate or the Vulcanite Base in the neatest and most aitiltic
manner.
Chloroform  administered  and   Teeth   extracted without pain     Advice rendered gratis.
Office hours from 9 a. m. to S p. m.
Victoria, October 8lh, 1806. oo 8-lm
ALICE   BROWN'S
. FANCY   TWIST
SMOKING TOBACCO
JUST RECEIVED AT
A..   F.   KEYTHER'N,
Together wilh some fine
HAVANA CIGARS DIRECT.
Also on hand
Wine Sap, Peach, Apricot, Mary's Own,
Light Pressed, Natural Leaf, Buffalo
Tongue, and Atlantic Cable
Tobacco-
JUST RECEIVED   PER  BARK RIVAL
A Fine Assortment of
Meerschaum   Pipes.
Call and examine.
oc 5-lm
JSTOTICE,
MARTIN    BROS.,
IMPORTERS  OF
Groceries and Provisions,
PIREPUOOP  BUILDING,
LATELY OCCUPIED BY L'HOTELIER4 Co,
"WHARF       STREET.
oc 8
Mrs.   He in
KEEPS   CONSTANTLY  ON   HAND   Till'.
latest fashions in
—AT—
Prices to Suit the Times,
GOVERNMENT    STREET
Between Fort ond Broughton. se 5
"VIRGINIA
11
By Steamship Active.
TOBACCO   &   SEGARS
FOR   THE   MILLION!
P.   CAMPBELL,
Has received  the most celebrated VIRGINIA BRANDS by express from
New York City,
Twists, Railroad,  May Flower,
AND.THE
ADELPHI   COLD   BAR,
Manufactured expressly for bim,
ATLANTIC AM PACIFIC CABLE TWIST
and othar Tobacroi too numerous to
mention.
Meerschaum, Briar Root,
—AND—
ALL KINDS OF PIPES,
Playing; Cauls, Matches—all
varieties.
Havana   Cigars
By the Cargo or Sample.
t&* Offlce of C. F. Green's Victoria
aud Esquimalt Express.
F. CtnPBEIX,
oc I ADELPHI SEGAR STORE.
Queen Charlotte Coal
Mining Company (Lim.)
Notice  of   Meeting.
AN EXTRAORDINARY GENERAL MEET-
ing of Shareholders of this Company will
be held in the office ofthe Company, City
Council Chambers, on THURSDAY, the 12th
day of October, inst., at one o'clock p.m., for
the purpose of electing Directors ; as some
doubts have arisen as to tho legality of the
election of the present Board.
The Fourth Ordinary Meeting of the Company will be held at the same hour and place
on Wednesday the 17th d.iy of October inst.,
for receiving Quarterly Report aud general
business.
' Cor. Broad and Tronnce sts., \
October 3, 186G. /
M J. S. WILLIS, Secratarr.
New Advertisements.
Alhambra
BILLIARD SALOON.
COltIEK (OVKBVnKVr MD Y1TES SH.
XTP-STAIRS.
New Advertisemants.
Entrance on Yates Street
oc 3-lm
NOTICE.
FROM AND AFTER THIS DATE I WILL
accept
Bank Bills for Bents
Or for aoy other payments to be made to me.
ii.   B.  srixvi;.
Victoria, V. I., Oct. 3, 18<i(j. oc 3
CARRIAGE   PAINTING
IN ALL ITS BRANCHES,
Yates Street,
Between Deluge Engine House
and tbe International Hotel.
Work   solicited,  and   done   on   the mosl
reasoaable terma by
W. M. KEOHAN
oc 2-1m
Jesse  Cowper,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
BOOTS AKD SHOES,
LEATHER,
—A.VD—
SHOE    FINDINGS,
-2"-A.TES    STREET,
OPPOSITE WELLS, FARGO & Co
At the old stand of Webster & Co., is
prepared to supply the wants of the
public iu his line.
The Latest Stvles
Received hy every arrival from Enp;lai C
and San  P'rancisco. oc 2
The "Grotto,"
OPPOSITE THE TELEGRAPH OFFICE.
For a glass of choice liquor go  to thc
" Grotto,"
There " none but the best '' you   will
Gud is the motto.
Mint Juleps, Sherry Cobblers—everything
cooling ;
Come yu that do thirst, you will find its
no fooling.
oc2
CHAMPAGNE!
NAPOLEON'S CABINET
23 O TJ 0 H i--
117'E   HAVE   APPOINTED  MESSRS.
VV    GRELLKY   k   FITERRE, of Victoria,
SOLE    AGENTS
—roa—
Vancouver   Island and   Eritish
Columbia-
Of onr above-named Wines.
Bouche  Fils & Co.,
at Mareuil-sur-Ay,
se 19 Champagne, France.
Snorhorg & Rueff,
COMMISSION   MERCHANTS,
Importers and Wholesale Dealers in
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS,
Hoots and. (Shoes,
Wharf street, Victoria, V. 1. oc 2
A. & W. WILSON,
Home and Ship Plumbers
GASFf ITERS,
BELL-HANGERS & TINSMITHS
FORT   STREET.
All orders promptly attended to
FASHION MUSIC HALL,
ADJ0I5IKG WELLS, FARGO * CO'S,
Yates    (Street.
THE   PROPRIETOR   TAKES GREAT
pleasure in announcing the arrival of the
celebrated
PRIMA DONNA k PIANISTE,
Madam Josephine Berndt,
Who will erery evening entertain the visitor*
witb selections from the most favorite
o r» E R A. s,
And the most
POPULAR BALLADS,
In English,   French,   Italian, German,
Hungarian, Spanish, etc., etc, etc,
Being one of tbe most accomplished
Linguists and Vocalists of the
Day.
In addition to the talented Madam Berndt
thc services of the following galaxy of beauty
have been engaged to wait upon customers:
MISS   MILB0Y,       HISS   SWEET.
"      DEVRIES, "     WALSH,
MADAM  GRENIER.
Open every evening at 81 p.m.
ADMISSION      TREE.
C.     BROOKS,
oc 1 Proprietor.
Chronicle   copy
Ayer's Pills
Are particularly adapted to
de ran geni en ta of the tl Igesti vw
apparatus, and disease* aria-
tag from Impurity of the
blood. A large part of all the
complaint* that afflict mankind originate In oca of these,
and consequently theae Piiu
are found to cure many varieties of disease.
Subjoined are the statements from aoma eminent physt-
cfana, of their effects lu their practice.
As a Family Physic.
From Dr. E. IV. Carttcright, of Mu> Orleans.
"Your I'ilu are the prince of purges. Their excellent
qualities surpass any cathartic wn possess. They are mild,
but very certain and effectual in thoir action on the bowels,
which in aki s them invaluable to ua In the dally treatment
of disease."
For JArNDicr and all Liver Complaints.
From Dr. Theodore. /Ml, of jVew York City.
"Not only are your Pills admirably adapted to their
piiipi.x" ne an aperient, hut I find their beneficial effects
upon thu Liver very marked Indeed* They have to my
prtettM proved moro pffinttul for the cur* of liiliom enm«-
I'Uuid thnn toy one remedy 1 can mention. I sincerely
rejoice that we have nt leiitrih a purgative which ll worthy
the euiiflUuuco of tlie proJvsaluu tiud thu pooplu,"
Dyhprvkia — Indigestion.
From Dr. Ittnru J. Knox, nf St. Lout,.
"Th" I'H-:■■■ you were khi'l enough to .■■•■nil ine haw been
all used in my practice, and here satisfied me that they turn
tral| «n extmonllnnry medicine. So peculiarly are tbey
adapted to (ho discasus or the human hystom.thnt they Deem
to work upon them alone. I hare enf-ed some cotes ofdyt-
peptiu nnd indift'diim with them, which hail resisted tha
other remedies wh commonly use. Indeed I have expert-
mental I v found them to he sroetMl hi almont all tlw com-
plaluu for which you recommend them."
Dysentery — DiAituntKA — Relax.
From Dr. J. Q. Qre.cn, of Chicago,
" Your !'ii.i.'; have had a lnng trial In my pnirtke. and I
ii"M them in cut emu as one ofthe best aperients I have ever
found. Their alterative effect upon the liver makes then
an excellent remedy, when given In small dnses, for biVattm-
di/sentery nnd dkirrha'tt. Tlieir sugar-coating makes tbem
very acceptable und convenient for the use of women ami
children."
Internal Oiwthuction—Worms—Suppreasion.
i a Phyticm* and Midwtft
" I Hnd one or two Inrge donna of yonr Puts, taken at tba>
proper time, nre excellent promotives of the natural aecro-
tion whin wholly or pttrlUIly mippromfod, and also very ef-
fertuiil to cleanse tho stomach nnd expel worms. They art
so much tho heat physic we havo thut I recommend no other
to my patients."
Constipation — Costivenpjs.
From Dr. J. I*. Vaughn, Montreal, Canada.
" Too much rannot lm said of your Pills for the enra of
cottire.nr.ti. It others of our fraternity huve found tbem
as oflicucimis na I huvo. they tthould join me In proclaiming
It for the h.'iielif of the multitudes who suffer from that
complaint, which, althoiich hail enough in Itself, la the progenitor of others that are worse. 1 believe cottirenttt to
"i iiiinuie In the liver, but your Pillb affect that organ and
cure the disease."
Iupt'RiTiF.s op the Blood —8oropula —Erysipelas — Salt ItiiKirM —Tetter — Tumors
— HuEt'MATIRM — OOKT — NEURALGIA.
From lh. Extkid /hit, Philadelphia.
"You were riirht, Doctor, In saying that your Vnxt pur\fjf
the blaiitt. They do that. I have used ihem of lata years in
my practice, nml agree with your alatements of their efficacy.
They stimulate th» eicrutorW, nud carry off the Impurltle*
that nuiMi'it" In the tl""l, engendering disease. They
Htlmnlate the organs of diction, and infuse vitality and
vigor into the ayrtviu.
»Bm:h raniedles as yon prennre nre a national benefit, and
7011 deserve great credit fur tbem."
Foit Headache—Sick Headache— Fort Stomach— Pii.ba—Dropsy—Plbthora—Paralysis
—Fits —&c.
From Dr. Fdirartl Boyd, Baitimort.
"Dear Dr. Aver: I cannot answer yon wltat complaint!
I havo cured witli your 1'ius hotter than to say all that wt
tter tr.itt xoith a purgative mtdtrine. I place great dependence on nn effectual cathartic In my dally contest witb die*
ease, aud behoving as I do that your Pills afford ot tbe beet
we have, I of course value them highly."
tftj- Most of tbe Pills In market contain Mercury, which,
although a valuable remedy lo skilful bands, la dangarow
in a public pill, from the dreadful consequences tbat frequently follow Its Incautious use. These contain no mercury or mineral substance whatever.
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
Has long henn manufactured by a practical chemist, snd
every ounce of it under liis own eye, with Invariable seen-
racy nnd care. It Is sealed and protected by law from counterfeits, and consequently can be relied on as genuine,
without adulteration. It supplies the surest remedy tha
world has ever known for tbe cure of all pulmonary complaints; for Coughs, Colds, Hoarseness, Ahtiima, Csoop,
Whoopino Oouoh, Bronchitis, Ikcipieht Oonhumptioii, and
for tbe relief of consumptive patients in advanced stages of
the disease As time makes these facts wider and better
known, this medicine has gradually become the best reliance of tbe afflicted, from the log cabin of the American
peasant to the palaces of European kings. Throughout
this entire country, lo every state and city, and Indeed almost every hamlet It contains. Cherrt Pectoral is known
as the best of all remedies for diseases of tbe throat and
lungs. In many foreign countries It tt extensively used by
their most Intelligent physicians. If there is any dependence on what men of every station certify it has done for
them; if we can trust our own senses when we see the dangerous affections of the lungs yield to it; If we cab depend
on the assurance of intelligent physicians, whose business
Is to know; In short, if there is aoy reliance upon any
thing, then Is it irreftitably proven tbat 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 tbe unmistakable benefit conferred on
thousands of sufferers, mold originate and maintain tha
reputation it enjoys. While many inferior remedies hava
been thrust upon tbe community, hare felled, and been
discarded, this has gained friends by every trial, conferred
benefits on the afflicted they can never forget, and produceq
cures too numerous and remarkable to be forgotten.
Prepared t>y Dr. J. C. AYEB,
PRACTICAL AND ANALYTICAL CHEMIST,
•       LOWELL,  IN/OWS8-
AXD SOLD BT
Moore   ft   Co.,   Victoria,
AND ALL DRUGGISTS. dhtning   &clcgrapj*.
WEDNESDAY   EVENING,   OCT.  10,  1866.
"OOMMERCIAL.
SHIPPINO  IKTKI.L.IU1CNC1L.
PORT OF VICTORIA. VANCOUVER   ISLAND.
I.VTCRED.
Oct 10— Sclir Thorudyke,  Thornton, San
Juan
CLIABEU.
Oct 10—Scbr Black  Diamond,  McCulloch,
Nanaimo
Tub Kins Alium was again sounded last
night about 12 o'clock, the flames baving
broken out in tbe ruins of the house burn1
yesterday. The Iluok k Ladder Co. were
promptly on the spot, and pulled the burning
timbers apart, aud the eugine companies alter
obtaining a small supply uf water with some
difficulty, effectually quenched the flumes.
Mr. Mallandnine had again to turn out hii
furniture and obtain shelter from I neighbor
Polici Court—The only case before the
stipendiary magistrate this morning was that
of a Kort Rupert Indian for threatening a
man named Wm. McCormick wilh a knife.
The culprit who is one of a band of Fori
Itupert siwasbes wbo have been somewhat
demonstrative in town dining the last few
days, waa fined $20 or 2 mouths' imprisonment.
Puoit Sodhd CtisTOM Housi.— The Seattle
Weekly says tbe Instructions to the Puget
Sound Collector of Customs to transfer tbe
Port of Entry from Port Angelos to Port
Townsend are now on their way from Washington by mail, and the change will be
effected immediately upon their arrival.
TiLEonArnio.—R. R. Haines, Esq., Assistant Superintendent of the California State
Telegraph Co. is conducting tbe Victoria
office during the temporary absence of Mr.
Henderson, who has gone to New Westminster
to relieve the local operator there, tbe latter
being sick.
A RiRi.s Match between sir non-commissioned officers and six privates of Rifle Co.
No. 1, wiU take place nt the range to-morrow,
if the weather is fine. The firing will commence about ball-past eleven o'clock, and
will be at 200, 400, COO, nnd ««0 yards.
Govebsou Kennedy will, wc believe, leave
this colony cither by the next trip of the Active or by a raan-of-war. IJis Excellency expects Governor Seymour to arrive here between tho 0th and 10th of November.
A Fim Hoksstbad -Mr. 1. P. Davies will
sell to-morrow one of the finest residences in
the colony, nil the house on Fort street built
by Mr. I). A. Edgar, and at present occupied
by Mr. Pickett.
n.5!.S. Scout sailed to-day for San Francisco carrying a mail aud letter express. She
will go down under steam.
Fon San Juan.—Thc steamer Diana sailed
this morning for San Juan Island, currying
C S. Colonal Foster nnd party.
Tub Jewish Synagogue is to be sold at
auction to-morrow by J. P. Davies k Co.
Protection Irom ('ire.
Editor or thb Evening Telegraph,—Sib :
—I think the fire of yesterday ought to teach
the public the great want of tanks et tho
junctions of tho principal streets; bad tliere
be- n a tank at the corner of Cook and Yates
streets, I am sure my brother firemen will
ngrre with me that nearly the whole of the
house might havo been saved, only ihe roof
being on fire when tho engines arrived, and it
was only the delay caused by having to change
the engines from well to well which gave the
flames the chance of gaining nn us, and caused
us lo turn out again last night.
Fireman.
TELEGRAPHIC
India.
FEAHFCI.  MOHTAUTV.
Nwr Yohk, Oct 7tli.—The reports of
famine ia India ure confirmed, espi ciully
in the region around Calcutta. A correspondent of the Londou Timet, writing
from that citj under date of August
llth, gays:—The city was being so
crowded with paupers that the municipal
commissioners and merchants bad organized a relief. On Monday a public meeting of all classes was held in the town
hull to raise subscriptions. Reports were
read giving statistics which, completed to
date, show that at 22 Plateabs, 11,415
people are daily fed in addition to the
sick in tt e hospital. Tbis number is increasing at the rate of about 25 a day.
It may be said that 20,000 persons are
now subsisting on charily daily in Calcutta. Reports from Bombay are even
more appalling. Tho same authority:
think of 900 dead bodies being picked np
in the streets of Bombay each morning.
Half the truth has not been told. The
last returns show 1030 deaths in that one
station during the week ending July 31st.
If you treble that number for tbe many
who become the food of jackals and vultures in the lonely jungle or ditch, you
will not go beyond the sad truth. It ie
obvious that the board of health has
ceased to report tbe deaths.
Europe.
Pabiher Point, Oct 8th.—The Hiber-
nia passed here with dates to Sept. 28th.
The Lord Mayor of London had determined   to  entertain  the promoters and
layers of the Atlantic rabies at a grand
banquet at the Mansion House early in
November.
The infunt daughter of Tom Thumb
died at Norwich, Bcpt 20th, of inilama-
tion of the throat.
Eastern. I
tu
Chicago, Oct. 7—The New York pa
pers are fu'l of complaints that the wires
across Newfoundland are getting out uf
repair too often. They nre now eoimect-
inur Newfoundland with Nova Scotia, and
the Ine will be soou open. Tho New
York, Newfoundland and London Tele-
(jriipli C'MHpuuies will place iu thorough
repair iimn diately all thtir telegraph
liui'H, and build an cniire new line from
l'ort Hood to Heart s Content as soon us
it can pos<ibly be done, meanwhile,
Craig telegraphs to tlic agent of the Associated PreiiS I but if at the end of the
month it should be fouud tha' less than
fifty-two reports were received during the
month, it will not be expected that the
papers will be charged tbe full price as
heretofore, but only iu proportion to what
we receive.
New York, Oct. 6—The Nov York
Times to-day comes out distinctly for
Governor Pen ton, the regular Republican
nominee, and says tbe Democrats deserve
and will receive a severe drubbing.
New York, Oct. 7 —The steamer Qec.
Cromwell, from New Orleans, arrived to.
day having ou board the crew and passengers of the steamer Duniel Webster,
and also the crew of the schooner Minnehaha. The Webster was bound from
this port for Mobile, and encountered a
heavy gale causing her to founder.
New Yoke, Oct. 3—The London Re-
vieie has the following: The flow of gold
into the United States continued on a
somewhat larger scale thun had beeu
looked for. The most satisfactory feature in the movement is tbe confidence it
shows in the permanency of peace in
America, that so fur as investors ure concerned, a renewal of the civil war is eon
sidered in the highest degiee remote.
The headqaarten of Sam a Ann 1 con
tinue to be thronged with vi-iims. lien
A. Buckley, President of the KuigUtl of
tbe Golden Circle, hag offered hu services
and sympathy in the cause. General
Sweeny hud B long interview with the old
chieftain ye6terduy on the subject of
Feiiiun enlistments. The adherents ot
General Ortega, the rival claimant to the
distinguished honoi of delivering the
Mexican Republic, exhibit bitter hatred
of Santa Anna. Tliey claim tbat he is a
spy of the French Government, and thai
they have documents lo prove it. Gen.
Ortega will leave tbe city soon for
Mexico.
New Yoiik, October 8—Commodore
Stockton died last night at ten 0 clock
p. 111.
s ew Yohk, October 8.—Advices from
San Antonio via Galveston, state that
quite a number of Santa Anna's agents
are at work recruiting for a raid on Mata
moras ; there is bul little sympathy
shown them there, it being fully under.
Btood that Santa Anna is pledtred to
Napoleon to acknowledge the French
government if he succeeds in gaining a
footing on Mexican soil. Large quantities of arms and supplies have reached
the Mexican frontier for Juarez's army,
at Monterey and otlier places.
California-
San Francisco, October 5.—Messrs.
Newmau k Meyer have just competed
ihe lirst silk pattern ever made in California. Il is 38 inches wide by 12 yards
in length : is strong, substiinliul, soft and
glossy. The manufacturers have made
arrangements for conducting the business
of silk manufacturing on nn extensive
(scale from raw material imported fi0111
China uml Japan, as well as that produced in California.
A writ of habeas corpus has been
token out and will be argued this evening
before Judge Dwindle, on the ruse of
Thomas Donahue, ehnrgfd with killing
Patterson. It is understood that argument for his release will be the insufficiency of parol testimony as establishing
the fact that he is a fugitive from justice.
Thomas Newman, ofthe firm of Newman
Brothers, dealers iu wooden and willow
ware, who failed on Saturday last, together
with Samuel Light and Frank Happer-
sett, two of his clerks, has been arrested
on a charge of baving set fire to their
store on the loth tilt., for the pnrpose of
recovering $50,000 insurance. Newman
was released on $5,000 bail, and the
clerks ou $1,000 bail each. The appearance of the premises bear unmistakable
proofs of their being set on fire.
The Academy of Music was opened
last evening by the minstrels, baving
among their number Billy Sheppard, the
Ethiopean performer who killed Ben
Ballon at Virginia City some time since.
A large number of Bullou's friends were
in the gallery, and the appearance of
Sheppard on the stage was the signal for
a row, the ocenpants of the gallery hooting and shouting murder, and for a short
time a serious difficulty was feared. A
large brickbat was thrown ut Shepparo
by some one in the crowd, ai i the demonstrations were assuming a serious character, when policemen were procured and
the gallery restored to order, ano the performance proceeded without interruption.
The Stenographic Teleoiiafii— We
learo from tbe Illustrated London News
that two English gentlemen (Captain
Bolton and George Snell, official short*
hand writers to tbe Court of Bankruptcy,
London) " have been found to abbreviate
eveu electric telegraphy, and seem e ch
to have beec busied in inventing a node
of telegraphy which will enable the com.
pany to meet the demands put upon tbem
by their 8ucce>s," and that •' Cyrus Field
is desirous of upp'ying Suell's Fclieme to
the vast and almost interminable laud
wires of the American telegraphs.'' If
this be true, says an Eastern exchange,
and tliere seems uo good reason why a
single sign or signal should not represent
a word as well as a letter, the whole system of telegraphy will undergo a great
change ; less time will be occupied in the
transmission of messages, and it ought
to follow that less money will be paid for
telegrams. When an arbitrary sign represents a word, much time and trouble
will be saved It should be remembered,
too, thut this stenographic action will be
applicable to submarine as well as to laud
telegraphs. Should Field succeed in
adopting it iu the Atlantic telegraph, it
must follow ere long that thu tariff of
prices will be greatly reduced. At present the price is a dollar a letter, but when
a single letter represents a whole word
there will be full room for reduciug tbe
charge to the public.
What is the difference between an edi«
tor and a wife? Oue sets articles to
rights, aud the other writes articles to
set.
A  national  convention of tailors iis u
session in New York.
Special Notice*.
Removal.—Mess-s. riolumon Bros, have removed to tbe two-story brick building on
Dovernme.t street, opposite tbe St. Nicholas
Hotel. Tiny have rtei ived, ex shin Mohawk,
fiom Lou ton, a fine assortment of men's
cloth ng and underclothing, wbich they will
sell lower than ui.y house in town, dive them
a -all. ' *
-Mb. Dicbv PalVsh requests that orders for
teaching, playing and tuning I'iaiofortes, and
for Instruction in Singing, may be left with
Mei-srs. Hibben k Carswell, Stationers and
Ilnok.-rl ers, Government street, or at his residence, near the  op of Fort street. *
New AdvcrtieemeiiRi.
THE PARK HOTEL
rpHIS WELL KNOWN AND BEAUTI-
1 fully situated Ho'el it now Sited up in
tbe most luxurious style for boarders aad
lodgers. Private rooms can be bad for
parties.
A TABLE  :D'H0TE
WILL BE LAID EVERY AFTERNOON
AT   6  O'CLOCK.
Every description of amusement, including
music, ia provided for the guests.
Ladies and gentlemen can find io tbe Parle
Hotel a c imfortable and luxurious home.
ibe best of wines and liquors kept on band.
Ladies can have free use of a phaeton for
town drive.
liuarding by tbe week at low prices to suit
tbe   times. oe B
HAVANACIGARS.
LEWIN &  ANTHONY,
TOBACCONISTS.
47 Tates St., Brick Store
Next to Corner of Government St.,
BEG TO INFORM THEIR FRIENDS AND
tne pnblic in general  that they  will con
stantly receive  by every  steamer a good  assortment ol Genuine Havana CigBM
and the ite^t Brand* of Tobacco,
imported direct for this market, so that they
nre able to vompete with any hruse on tbis
Island, either Wholesale or Retail.
N. B-—Special attention will be paid to
Coiintrv orders.
HE1MAN  LEWIN.     |     LOUIS ANTHONY,
oc 2
Alexandre's Gloves—Messrs. J. H. Turner
A Co.. London House, have received to-day,
by Express from Paris, a full assortment of
Alexandre's famous kid glove.*, for which
they nre the sole agems in Vancouver Island
and British Columbia. *
French Millinery—The millinery department at London House is now under tbe management of a lady who arrived by last steamer from Paris.—J. H. Turner k Co. *
Voltaire said of Mademoiselle de
yvry :—" She was so beautiful that I
raised my long, thin body, and stood before ber like a point of admiration.''
Holloway's 1'ii.lm.— UUjiLom BBd Bowel Cctnplsinti.
—Tle-ie mnlaale-1 are over |ire*eiit, Aid if left tinat
tended frequently terminate fitiillj. It Hliould b-
everywlifie known that both elioleia end diairlicea depend on the presenile of Home undigested eubdimicein
tlie itomMCh or bowels, or mine dvleterintii uia'ter In
the blood, and that Holloway'a filli can expel either
wilh earn* and expedition. Tliej concentrate in a mir
prliing degree purifying, alternative, regulating and
Htrengtlicnlng i.ualitlee, and tliui exert ever every in
terinil oruan the wholesomely controlling lnlhi*n.:e an
neccHHary C.i aubdulnn excessive aclion in lh" hu<uan
Inure. Holloway'a medicine may lie advantageously
takotl AS a mean* "f keeping the bbod pure and the
body cool—the only practicable plan of maintaining
health in youth, manhood, and old age.
A   NlW  AND   liRAND liroCH   IN   MEDICINE!—
Dr. Mnggiel is the foundc. of a new Medical
system. Tbe qunntitarinns, whose vast internal doses enteeble the stomach and paralyze
the bowels, must give precedence to the man
who restores health and appe.iie, with from
one to two of his extraordinary Pills, and
cures the most virulent Bores wiih a box or so
ol his wonderful and alt healing Salve. These
two great specifics of the Doctors are fast superseding all the stereotyped nostrums of the
day. Extraordinary cures by MHggiel's Pills
and Stive have opened the eyes of tbe public
lo the inefficiency of tbe (so called) remedies
of others, and upon which people have so long
blindly depended. Maggiel's Pills are no ol
ihe class that are swallowed by tbe dozen, and
of which every box lull takou creates an absolute necessity for another. One or two of
Mnggiel 1 Pills suffices to place the bowels in
perfect order, tone the stomach, create an appetite, and render the spirits light and buoy-
anil Tliere is no griping, and no reaction in
the form of constipation. If the live* h affected, its functions are restored; a' d it the
nervous system is feeble, it is invigorated.
This Irtst quality makes the medicines very
desirable tor the wants of delicate females.
Ulcerous and eruptive diffuses aro literally
extinguished by tr.e disinfectant power of
Maggiel's Salve.   In fact, it is bere annoenccd
that Maggiel'M Iii Ions, Dy«|>eplic
anil Dlarillt'a l"i Is cure where all
others fail. While for Burns, Scalds, Chil
blains, Cuts and all abrasions of the skin
.Hagglel'N Salve is imallible. Sold by
J. Magqisl, 11 Pine '=tree', New York, and all
Druggists, at 25 cts per box.
BANK  OF   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.
London, 3d August, 186H.
FROM AXD AFTER 25th SEPTEMBER,
1866, Mb. David Marshall Laso will
cease to be Manager of this Bank in these
Colonies, and Ma. Wm. Cdrtis Ward is
authorised to perform ihe duties of Principal
Officer of the Bank in these Colonies, signing
all documents a- Acing Manager.
By order of the Court of Directors,
JAS. D. WALKER,
se 26-lm Inspector.
asroTiOE.
New  Advertisements.
dil SBYiM. HOTEL,
Wharf   Street,
HAS REDUCED ITS PRICES TO MEET
the times, and clean comfortable beds
can beobtainel for 25 rents per night or Si 50
per week.   Board $1 per day.
S. HILL, Proprietress.
It. B — The Hotel ii 6re-proof. ot 1
JVOUVEAUTES
D'automne et  D'hiver.
J. H. TURNER Er CIE.,
Ont l'lionneur d'informer leurs
amis et le public quil viennent de
recevoir un assortment de Nouve-
autes de Modes des Meilloures liaisons de Paris.
MAISOX DE LONDRES.
Beptembre, 1866. se23
..n Appeal  to  the Citizens of
Victoria, V I-
'I'HE CONGREGATION EMANU-EL OF
1 Victoria, V. I., in meeting assembled, this
day, Saturday, Sept. 22d, 1866,
Resolved, That tbe aid of our Fellow Citizens of all Denominations be solicited through
the following authorized and duly appointed
Commitiee. And that such Committee endeavor, by every means in tbeir power, to
raise funds whereby pert ofthe debt or mortgage on tbe Isroelitish Synagogue may be
cancelled. Knowing the liberal views aud
generosity ofthe citizens of Victoria, tbe congregation has not thc slightest doubt (making
due allowance for the dullness ofthe season)
that their appeal will meet with that response
which the exigency ofthe case requires.
A. JACOBS, President.
L. ANTHONY, Secretary.
H. M. COHEN,
LEWIS LEWIS,
D. SHIRPSER,
J. W. KEYSER,
se24 Committee on Subscription.
EEMOVAL.
W.  HEATH OM
w
BEGS LEAVE TO INFORM HIS
Iriends and the public that be has
removed his
Boot and Shoe Store
To Government street, two doors from the
" Colonist and Chronb le " Office, whet* he
will continue bis Boot Making business.
BOOTS AND SHOES MADE TO 0KDER
Of the best materials nnd workmanship.
N.B.—Repairing done at shortest notice.
se 23
NEW    WESTMINSTER
GAME   DEPOT,
YATES   ST.,
Next door to the vomer of (jovernmeot,
opposite Zdner's Drug Store.
THE SUBSCRIBER HAVING MADE AR-
rangeinenla to receive from different
parties tbe produ e ot the Island and country
will b* prepamJ to lurnish
Game,
Pish,
Fruits,
Poultry,
Egfjs   and    Vegetables,
Eaeb  and  all in  tbeir season, at tbo lowest
prices.
JAMES   Al,l.i;\.
ocl lm
OLYMPIA OYSTERS
IN  EVERY STYLE AT
A.   W*   PIPER'S,
AND  THE
Best Welsh Rarebits
OJN    THE    ISLAND.
se 19
:re-- OFEisruN- a-
—or THK—
EUREKA CONCERT ROOM
11DE& THE JI«SA«EJ1E\T OF JlltS. <jrIRI.F.S.
THIS MOST FAVORITE AND FASHION-
ahle place of amusement having been
entirely re-decorated will re-open This Evening at 8 o'clock. Mr- Ned Reed, the famous
Banjo Player will be in attendance to amuse
visitors with his minstrel Songs. At the Bar
the best of case Liquors and Havana Cigars
will be dispensed.
Open every Evening at 9 o'clock, admission
frit. M 31
Oriental Restaurant,
YATES   STREET,
In conuection with tlie Oriental Hotel.
THIS   ESTABLISHMENT   IS   OPEN AT
ALL IIOCRS OF THE DAY OR NIGHT.
TE-T22    TABLE
Will be furnished with the best the marks*
affords.
Breakfast,
Dinner,
Sapper
At moderate prices,
Oysters  in   every   Style.
Private Room! for small or large parties.
Call audjudge for yourselves.        se 30-lra
DR. POWELL HAS REMOVED HIS
Surgery and Residence to thc corner of
DOCGLAS AND BROUGHTON STREETS
(near Fort).
OvncR Hours—9 A. M. to  12  M., and  8
P. M. to 10 P. M.
August 23. au 26
:p:r,:e:m::e
Yorkshire   Bacon!
Ex Royal Tar,
For gale bj
FELL A CO.,
se26 Yates street.
"ROUND THE CORNER"
IS TUE NAME OF TIIE
3STEW    SA-TjOOIsT
JCST OPENED IN
Lang Icy   Street,   round   the
corner from Yates street,
In the building formerly occupied   by   the
Saloon of BBUBABDT'l IIotkl.
The Saloon has been tasiefully refitted,
and will bo supplied with the
FIRST   QUALITY   OF
Wines  and Liquors.
The proprietor respeill'nllv invites the public to call "ROUND THE CORNER" and
judge for themselves.
UOVEItNKENT   8TII1.KT     KNTUAXCK — NEXT
door to the Telegraph Ufficc.
ee29 Jtlllll    HEnHIMER.
NOTICE
A.   BULER   &   Co.
BUY AND SELL LADIES' AND CENT'S
cast-off clothing.
Clothes cleaned and repaired at tbe shortest
notice.
GOVERNMENT   STREET,
Nenrly opposite the St. Nicholas Hotel,
se 25-lm
SAN   FRANCISCO
OYSTER  SALGON !
Government   street,
Between Gas KeyBer's and W. Wilson's
THE UNDERSIGNED, IN VIEW OF THB
» Good Times " folks said were coming,
has OPENED the above premises, and intends
to OPEN THE BEST OYSTERS the market
furnishes.   Tbey will be
Roasted
Fried
Stewed
In or Out of the Shell
jS-Openatallbouri.
tt 23-lm •'• B- BCELL. Miscellaneous.
Fi.oggtsg Oai:rotti:rs —Tbe Manchester Courier (fives the following account
of tbe flogging of several men wbo were
convicted at the late assiz- s of robbery
with personal violence :—Tbe prisoners
were stripped to the waist, their legs
fastened in a kind of box, and their arms
secured by straps at tbe wrist, leaving
their hands free lo clutch two rings to
whicb tbe straps are attached. The first
brougb' to the post was Michael Flaherty,
aged 18, who was to receive IS lashes.
The prisoner hud forlifiid himself with a
piece of leather, wbich be rolled in bu
mouth, and at every (all ofthe 'oat'
compressed between his tcelh. He writhed
nnd howled piteously, and at the twelfth
stroke cried, ' Oh dear, oh dear, tell mc
whether that is eleven or twelve.' The
alolid and stalwart gaoler who handled
the whip vouchsafed no reply, but repeuf.ed
his blows at the signal from the surgeon,
wilh about halt a minute's interval be*
tiveen ench infliction. The suspense between the strokes seemed ;o add to ihe
agony ofthe torture, leaving time for the
dreaded appreliens.on of the renewal of
the stroke. On being released, the prisoner, who had bowled so fearfully before,
turned round, and said, with the most
consummate impudence, ' Thank you,
gentlemen, my mother often gave me
worse with her apron strings.' The next
mounted was Peter Kelly, who wus a
youth of about 20 years, tall in stature
and muscular in frame. He had been
convicted of highway robbery with violence, and of an attempt to ' choke and
strangle' an old man. He bore the first
three or four strokes with perfect composure, bat throughout the rest of the
cssligution groaned repeatedly at every
stroke. Once, turning round, he snid,
'I'm innocent of this, gentlemen ;' and
when token down ho repeatedly protested
his innocence of the offence for which he
bad been condemned. Ho also received
18 lashes. He was brought into tho yard
as Kelly was taken away, and turning
round, he saw the unsightly lacerations on
his companion's back, and shuddered at
tbe anticipated pain of undergoing a similar disfigurement. Though he uttered no
cry ot groan, every miscle and fibre of his
frame shook throughout the operation.
On being removed, ho also declared h s
utter innocence of the crime imputed to
him. A refractory youngster, who had
refused to work, was next hoisted. At
the lirst stroke he howled, danced, and
shrieked, and continued to do so throughout, protesting tbat he would do any work
if allowed to go.
The Herculbs—During the short
interval which has elapsed since the keel
of this vessel was laid down she bus made
the most rapid progress, and although ths
first piece of iron for her construction
was lowered into tho dock so recently as
the 21st of June last, the vessel is now
almost entirely in frame, and a considerable portion of ber double cellular-bottom
is already completed—a rate of progress,
it wus remarked, w hich was without a
parallel in iron ship building. Tho Her
cules is being built on tbe broadside principle, while lier designs, as produced by
Mr. Reed, show ihat she will surpass
every other vessel of her class in the ele
raents of strength and offensive and defensive powers. She is to be constructed
of 8in. of exterior armour plates, 1 iii) ou
a backing of 12in. of teuk, behind wliicli
will be worked plating of 1 Jin. in thickness over wfiin. of leak und tbo ordinary
| n inner iron skin. Some idea of the
enormous strength may be formed by u
comparison of the Hercules and the Warrior, the latter having a maximum weighi
of 4271b. per square foot; whilu the
weight of the former will be 737 lbs. pur
square foot. It is intended tbat the
Hercules, which will probably bu tho last
of Ihat class of broadside ships the present
Admiralty will sanction tbe construction
of, shall he ready for sea within u couple
of years.
New   Advertisements.
FACTS vs- THEORIES-
New  Goods
EX   "ROYAL   TAR.'
THOS. WILSON & CO.,
Invito attention to their
New Stock ot WINTER
ftOODM just arrived by
Royal Tar Irom London,
consisting  of
FLANXELS—WEi.sii-Twilled Saxony
Plain and l-'aucy Colors
DITTO — I.'anton — White   and   Un-
bleuchid
BLANKETS—All sizes
BALMORAL SKIRTS
FRENCn  MERINOS—In all colors
—ALSO —
Hoyles' Prints, Horrockiss' Long Cloths,
Linen and Cotton Ticks, Sheetings,
Quilts, Drug jet Squa es,'Green Bute,
Hollands, American Leather Cloth,
—AND—
A General Assortment of Gonds suitable for
tbe Autumn and Winter.
Thov.   Wilson  &   Co.,
MASONIC BUILDING,
COVERIVNBKT   STREET
" Give me a place to rest my lever on,'>
lays Archimedes, "and I will move the
world." " Give me pure and unadulterated
drugs," Bays Medicus, of tbe olden time,
" and I will cure disease."
In jno sense, both of these learned pundits
were tbe veriest charlatans. They knew there
was no place to rest their lever on, 'either to
move the world or cure disease. Mechanism
was in a backward state, and the medical profession was but anolbei name for sorcery,
and ull the adjuncts of magic filters and
charms ot the " evil eye," ke.
But these latter days bave borne unto us
something more than oven superstition and
its crew ever dreamt of in tbeir maddest phi-
losopby. In these days of practical science,
what waa theory of yesterday ir lact to-day,
and all the old time notions become as babbles
in the sun, and burst and break wilh every
breath we draw.
Let Archimedes shoulder his lever and we
will find a resting place for it to move the
world. Let mine ancient Medicus pant and
toil no more for the drugs he so sorely needs,
for we have them at our hand, ever ready to
serve tbem at bit beck.
Refined in the laboratory of Dr. Juaguel,
the finest materials known in the medical pro
fession are obtainable by any one. His
Billious, Dyspeptic, and Diarrhoea Pills stand
unrivalled, and bis Salve operates with magical effect upon burns, scalds, and all sores and
doers ofthe skin.
In fact, we think Maooul's Pills and Salv»
are the Wonder of this century, and we are
nappy n the thought that many others of our
brethren ofthe cralt aflree with as. Wo would
earnestly counsel that all families provide
themselves with Dr. Maggiel's Prepaiations at
once, and keep them ready at band, so ai to
nae them at the most opportune time and aa
occasion serves.— FeUey Sentinel.
LTTIMIIBEiR,
VLAROB   ASSORTMENT   OF   ROUGH
aud dressed for sale cheap,
J. UOBKIITSON STEWART.
Victoria, V. I., 20ih August, 1860. se 22
An Appeal   to  the  Citizens of
Victoria, V-1-
'PUB CONGREGATION EMANU-EL OF
JL Victoria, V. I., in meeting assembled, this
day, Saturday, Sept. 22d, 1866,
Resolved, That the aid of our Fellow Citizens of all Denominations be solicited through
the following authorized uud duly appointed
Committee. And that sucb Committee endeavor, by every means in their power, to
raise funds whereby part of tbe debt or mortgage on tho Isn-elitish Synagoguo may be
cancelled. Knowing the liberal views and
generosity ofthe citizens of Victoria, the congregation has not tbe slightest doubt (making
due allowance fnr the dulli.ess of tho season)
lliat their appeal will meet with that response
which the exigency ofthe case requires.
A. JACOBS, President.
L. ANTHONY, Secretary.
II. It. COHEN,
LEWH LEWIS,
D. .-HIIU'SIOK,
J  W. KEYSER,
se24 Committee on Subscription.
REMOVAL.
ff.  HEATHOR'N
M
BEGS LEAVE TO INFORM HIS
friends and tho public that he has
removed bis
Boot and Shoe Store
To Government STnmtT, two dnorB from the
"Colonist nnd Chronl le" Office, whore bt
will continue his Bout Malting business.
BOOTS AHD SHOES MADE TO ORDER
Of tho best materials and workmanship.
N.B.—Repairing doue nt shortest notice.
IN   EVERY  STYLE  AT
A.   W*   PIPER'S,
AND  THE
Best Welsh Rarebits
ON    THE    ISLAND.
se 19
r e- oiFE^srnxro-
—or THE—
EUREKA CONCERT ROOM
i.yder ih:: masacejieyt or Hits. qi iri.f.s.
"THIS MOST FAVORITE AND FASHION.
aide place of amusement having been
entirely re-decorated will re-open This Evening at 9 o'clock. Mr. Ned Reed, the famous
Banjo Player will be in attendance to amuse
visitors with his minstrel Songs. At the Bar
tbe best of case Liquors and Havana Cigars
will be dispensed.
Open every Evening at 9 o'clock, admission
free. fe 24
H   Turner & Co.
UUVKUN11KM' Sl'KKKT,
VICTORIA, V. 1.
LONDON   FIRM,
J- P. Tunstall & Oo
LONDON    HOUSE,
September, 18C6.
Wr hare received by " Pioyal Tar" and late Express arrivals a
great part of our Autumn and Winter Stock. It comprises as usual a
lull assortment of Staple aud Fancy Goods.
Lini'ns, Chitons, Prints, Damasks,
Rl.ANKlTS, FlANNKLS, &C,
Pkkss Goods, Tiik N'kw Linskys, Skiioes, Merinos,
I'oi'i.inks, Plaids, kc.
Shawls—Hich Broche, Wool, Himalayan, kc,
Ladies' and Children's Underclothing,
Mantlks, Furs, Hosiery, Embroideries, Lack
Goods, kc.
Millinery Wreaths, Head Dresses, a beautiful seleetion
of Bonnets in the Lamballe, Pamela, and other new
shapes;   Hats in silk, velvet, and straw.
This department is now uwler tine 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 must favoraMe terms.
ic2l
H.   Turner   &   Oo.,
Agents for Alexandre's Kid Glovei.
A   Triumph    oi    Science
THE  LIGHT   OP   TIIE   WORLD
DR. MAGGIEL'S
PILLS   & SALVE.
1htn*1,'tt-giving r-medl'ii ar« no-f, fnr the Art
ti »fjf Td pul'l dy lo t'i w r .1 For over iqauli
f a • tuturr oi |iri  at   practice the iiijretli. nls iu th. su
Life-Giving puis
Hit-1 b«'n unerl with tho mitMt tittcttt, Thflr
misihn ii ii tony to .r vent ii tip*; bill to < nre
They se rch otl th various mil dl«g by h eti tlm
patient i* fiiffi-rtnii, »r''l r« mvigi-raie* t • niimt
system. T th« *\*on mnl infirm a lew dose* of tin-no
valuable PILLS will i rove to bo
A VERY FOUNTAIN OF YOUTH,
For In tnrveaia thtf«4d new life and vitally, a«d
e*l>r» the w .ni gt* i i/nic to their riiliue iute. T»
The jn fani nit dl • *«>1 they «HI pr-ve nrnit in
Vain He, a» a nu y, •pnetfle and ater in? medicine,
tre is a drattll realinvtl. tint P nicomdf-l.eon mu^h*
for three hundred yearn ago, and never fund, »-o
lookid for 11 i ui.min thai would reitore the old to
*Aptg audmakfl ; "uth evar
An Eternal Spring!
It wn* left for ihil day and hour tn rrnlize the drenm,
and Hb»w in one glonuu* faol Ihe magic that „ adu
ii fair.
THESE  FAMOUS  REMEDIES
Cannot it iv th*1 flight of yean, but they can force back,
ilu hold nloo 1, diteant'i hat ml lit tri inpll ovei tnu
ag d and the yomiij. Let n-ne hesitate then, but
ttvitr- the favorable opportunity that offer*. Whed taken
as prescribed—
For Billious Disorders
Nothing* can be mora p-odncHre of enre thnn these
Pill- — fheir almost in gh influence is felt at o m1;
nnd the uaual BoQO wiUtiti ujf thn unit diHrt-iiini,'
dui'itie um removed. These rtnudiei are made from
ihe pureit
VEGETABLE COMPOUNDS.
Th\r will not harm the most delicate female, and
ca 1 be al ■■!! with good effect tu preicrlbed desei to
the youugen babe.
For Cutaneous Disorders
And alt eru tl'ini of the skin,'he PAT.CR is most In-
valuable. It doei n I heal * xle>D il.v aI m , but pene-
lr im with the moit a arcbkig elf uik to lite vary root
of ih« evil.
DR. MAGGIEL'S PILLS
Invariably cure the following Diseases :
AUhma,
Burnt] Complaint*,
Coughs,
OpfcU,
Cheat Hi ttttt.
CuitivrnePR,
D.>pepaia,
Diarrh' a,
Dropiv,
Dn'UMty,
, _ Fever and \gi t.
PemaleComplaint",
headache,
ludi:: atlon,
IlifliiP' z*,
Imlitn-.n tlon.
Inward Weakne«i,
Ll <t Complaint,
Lowi.e" of Sptriti,
Ringworm,
Rheumat sm,
Salt    lenm,
Scalds,
Skin Diseases,
tsr NOTICE.— 'onegenrine without the emrrared
trade-mark   romd e.ncn pot or  Lox, ligned b\ DR. J
iALQI  L, 43 Fulton itreetj N«w • u*k, lo counterfet
whl. h ii felony.
afkT Sold hy all resnectnble Daalura In Vedidnei
throuorh"Ut th< United S,at«a aud Can.da—at 25 cent*
per "jux or pot,
A. C. Langley & Co.,
Agents for Vancouver Island nnd British
Columbia.
Ml
Cow Por Sale
A COW (AND CALF SIX WEEKS OLD),
warranted perfectly geutle.     1'rice $55.
Also, a young (Steer,
Apply to
ie20 O. NIAS, James Bay.
Dissolution   of  Partnership.
ivoTieii:.
| HE  PAUTNEUSIIIP  HERETOFORE EX-
I    isling between   Thomas   Napier   llibhen
and .I.inies Carswell  under tbo name or firm
nf Hibben k (.'amwuH, has been  ilus day <lis-
. "I   »'<! by mutual COMQnt.
The DUtlneil will in future be carried on
by Mr. T. N Hibben, wbo wll pay and receive all money duo to or owing by tbo lato
firm
Dated this 13lh day of September 18S0.
THOMAS NAI'IKII HIBBEN,
J.UIr.S CA03WEU,.
Witness  to tlio signature of Thomas Napiei
liibben,
GEonns Pbamces,
Solicitor, Victoria, V. I.
Witness to the Signature of James Carswell,
Roni.BT llisiiop,
Solici'or, Victoria, V. I.
se 13-1 m
BRITISH    PERIODICALS.
The London Quarterly Rev ew (Conservative)-
The Edinbirgh Review (Whig)
The Vi estminster Review (Radioal)
The North British Review (Free Church)
Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (Tory)
The foir IWirwi re-pnhliihcd by Mourn. ProTT it
Co I nr" tUMu-ra) Jf CO Hidfed ai tho (Jreat Ri-vimvi,
and Hlfirkwouci tin* i-een jiniy rlaned i» the inuie
rank. Whoeverdi«nen.-ea wtih r HUM l>n licalioinof
thi*ela"i. whatever maj tm nit   eiiwral Inform ttlon,
M-MI loon h.-nlt'i""HnT behind the time in whieh lie
dve«—and lu tlieie timci a p*.aQ*n*j i«>o . get. veiy
inr behind. Th"v in iy !.;• uad »nd iludied with n<\-
vaiiia ■«' by the people of ibli co mtry, of every creed
and p.11 t \.
ij- HU\CKWOOD ii anainallf attractive at tht«
time to Aiii'-ii-rtii-., not only fir it* sen I articles hy
di»-tini{Ut»h'id writer! nl licii a, but for 1ji-.-miu.ihI
tlie lai* civil w r now N'int; wiiilei ly C I. Von
Borkr, a (Je-mi*n officer, chi'f- Tl nffl loGen. J. E. II.
•■ tuart, of thu Confederate ami>.
TERMS   KOR   1886.
For anyone of the Kevlewi $1 per annum
For ant two of lh" Review*  7 "
For any three of the i ovlevri 10 h
For all fuur of the lleview 13 "
Foa Hlackwo-'d'i Ma..■:.«.n- 4 "
Furlllackwood and -no Uevl w 7 "
For  111aikw(«d and any two of Iho  Review! 10 "
For I'Uckwivxl and three of tho Review...13 P
For III H'Kffoi d and ihe four Iteviewi 1& "
CLUBS.
A dl*roiint of twenty per cent, will he a'lowed lo clubs
of f«ur or more penona. Tnug, fuur c piea of
Blackwood, or ofon»> l>vtew will be hi-hI to one mi-
dress or 112 80. Fourcoplci of the fuur Reviews and
Blackwood, for$48, and ao on.
POSTAGE.
When »ent by mall, the Postage to nny part of Ihe
United t toi wi'l be I at tarentj-four centra year for
" lackwood," and but eight centi a year for each of
the Ueviewi.
Re'need Prices for previous years.
S it si'i-iber.i may obtain the U«:[viiit-> immeaiately
preceding istfi, tt toil wi, viz. :
Ilhi'-kti'inxl from s -ptem "r. 18''4. to December, 4805
Incluiive, al the rate of $2 50 a year.
The North British from Jtnuary. 1863, Io December
1*-65, iiichipive i tbt Edinburgh -nd tiie \Vestmitutcr trim
p il. 18&4, to Uecemie?, I86~i, inelu ive. Hi.d the
London Quarterly lur the year 18 6, at tht rate of $1 40
a yenr tor each or any   eviw.
k%*r A few cupiea yet n-m in ofaK the four Revieict
Tor 1863 <t $4 h set, or tl 60 for any one.
LEONARD   SCOTT   &   CO.,
Publishers, 38  Walker Strut. X. T.
L. S. ft, Co., alio publish the
PAEMFE'S C3-XJIIDE
Bj HS*»T ?Tmnxs, nf Edinhurgh. nnd the It.f J. P.
nohtos, ITI. allte*, 2 rota, Rij.i Octayo, 1600
piiirf*. ht a minnMoii.  En'grftv-fnirt'
Vtict (7 for tba two »o'-im».-bj Mall, rest paid,
tf **■ •■33
TUK  0.\E  THING   WAMED.
HOLLOWAY'S PILLS.
The Blood.
These famous pills nre so composed tb*
tbey opemte wholesomely on the sioiuauh, tb«
live', Ihe bovn.ls,»nil olheror^Rns; by corret:-
ing liny derHngemeiiia in their fnm-tions
whereby h steady supply of pure mnterlnls tor
the renewal of the lllood is iiirnishiil, nnd &
constant Hb9imctiou of effete prodncts is et-
feclid. Tbia perfect circulation thus becotnei
the very fountain o-f health nnd life, nnd overcomes all form of disease wherever Us ttituu.-
tion.
General Dlwirdera of Ihe  Live.
and Stomach.
All who ever indulge a* ".able, either in eni«
'n(f or drinking, slioulil inks- nlioitt ten of tl^.ss-
famous pilli)at bed time, from which will res
suit a clear head and good stomach the fell w-
ing morning. Thousands of Ladies nre always complaining of sick headaches, want o
appetite, want of energj, and want ot eirengtli,
to coirect all these evils, three or four ot these*
Pilli Blioulil be taken twite a week, when thrv
u-iulil give the invalid .ne health ami uppetit*
of a pluughman.
Fcmalcit of all Ape* and OUUmi
Obstrnctiond of any kind, either in yonng
or those between forty anil fifty—th- roost erit-
icalpeiiod of life—muy be radically tetno *-i)
by using these Pills according to the printer].
directions wbieh accompany each box. Younp,
persons wilh sickly nnd sallow complexion?
mny have tbe bloom of henlih restored by Hii?
corrective, wl ich purifies tlie blood and expels nil gross anil impure humors from thefys-
tem. Hcwnre then of the critical ago front
lorty to fifty, as it SPtids many thousands ttt
premature grave,—these Pills should be t»li«i
it that period ol lile two or three timet »
teek
Want  of 8trcngth nnd Energy.
Persons of sedentary bahlts, or those trim-
bled in mind, working iu Factories or Coal
I'its, who cannot obtain thnt amount of frcsi
air and exercise which nature requires, suffer
from weakness and delility, lowness of e*W,\n
and want of appetite. All such should 'ake i
lose or two ol these Pills every three or font
days, as they act gently and effecttMilly on the
system and impnrt vigor and energy to Iho
body, which is always followed by a good
appetite, sound and refreshing sleep, am) »
high flow of spirits.
For the Cure or Dropsy.
The clfle.icy of Holloway's Pills in Dropsy
in extraordinary. Tbey act with such a peculiar effect upon the system, tbat the fluid'
causing this direful complnlnt, are peieeptlbl
carried off and prevented from nny furlhct
accumulation. The Hui'erer regains a buoyancy of spirit! anil rejoice* io a completely
renovated constitution, ll is indispensably
necessary that Ihe Ointment should be most
effectunlly rubbed into the complaining par'ji
during the whole course of treatment.
Children and their Allmrntr.
In no country in the world are more children
cnrrled to an early grave than in Great Britain.
Coughs, Measles, Scarlatina, Fevers, and other
diseases attack the little sufferers, apd death,
hut too often, follows at a rapid pace ; yet if
at the first stage ot these complaints, pareata
were to have recourse to Holloway'a Pills, all
danger would be ntnided. for the stomach
nnd bowels wouM oe gently but effectually
cleansed bv this railu aperient; the depraved
numors correcuo ana tnesecretionsduiy regulated. A perfect cure would *.oon be effected, and the I'ttle patient restored to sobb<*
health.
Holloway' Pi. t vs ths best known renedy ia «k
wsrld fa the following disrates:
Poldatthe iBUbilfllimstii of Pmiewor Holloway, 941
.cirand, (near TVmi'le Bar.) I, n'tun : als- by all reipect
able Driigffln'? anil Dealer* in Ue icineailiroughool Ibe
eivtlitcd world,at tlie icillowini: p-icc*— 1*. l^f., 5. Pi,
is. M,, 11a., 22s., and SSs. each box.
A?ue
Asthma
Uilliiiu.-CoicplalDt.
tb<
Female  Irregular
lile.
Fever of all kind.
Fits
lout
Head Ache
Imllge.lioa
Inflammation
Jantldice
l.itcrComnlalnta
Lumbago
I'llei
Rheumatism
Retention *t Urine
Perofn'aorKlflf a
Evil
;nre Thxoata
itone and tirava-
M-condary t>/mF-
t'<ma
icDo!orfux
Tvii.ura
Ulcers
Vm.cn.al     aflao
Blntehei
>kin
Bnwel complatnta
Collea
Cons-A patlon of tbe
Bow»la
Coni'imltioa
Dehilllj
Dropay
Drienlrv
tryaipelas
*,* There is a eonaiderabla aaviog by taking tbe
iriferaixea.
Idreetioua for ttiegaidrnce of patieuta in every n'...or
iler are al'ixiil to each box
Worlaa    e f   a
kind.
Weakoeaa     frona
whataver canae
Primtid and Published by McCldei A Co. at
the office, Langley Street.

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