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NO. 75.
"EVENING TELEGRAPH,"
iL'm.i.-siiKis
Everv   Eveniiig at  4   O'clock,
(Salarday and Sunday evenings excepted.)
ALSO IVHRV
SUNDAY    MORNING!
TK.ll.MS OF   SUHSI llll-TION i
ttt Annum, In advance, hy mail no 00
Far *H niaullis.  .    QUO
1 rr IV-ek, |M»v»l,le loe'srriur,        ft,
in(leL»|«a,       10
For term* of Advertisement apply at the
Offlce. Lanjley Street
, . -          .
SaylngM ami Doingi of Josh
Uiilin;g.
WISE SAVIX08.
It is highly importnnt I'.nil when n mnn
mokes up liis iiiiinl tew become a raskal,
th ,t he would I'xuniine hittelf closely, imj
Fee if lie uiu't belter kuustitutcd lur a
pbool
I nrfry in this way : If a man is ri^lit,
lie kan't bu too rudikul ; if Iiu is rtiflf, Iiu
knn't bc too kons it vuiill'.
When you pra, pro, pra right at the
bull's eye.
' Tell the truth, and shnmc the devil.
I kno lots of people who cm sliunie the
devil easy eiiuli', but liiu lotlicr thing
bothers them.
It iy. a vercy deliknte j.ili tew forgive a
mini without lowering him iu Ueowuei-
timashitn, nud yurc<t loi.
Az a general thing, when a woman
wines the britches, she hus a good light
tew tljcm.
It is admitted now by everybody, that
the man ulio Van git fit nu beilony tms-
sage, hus got a good deul of dorg iu
him.
Slicking npyure IMHM don't prove ciiny-
ihing, for a simp biler, wli.-n he n awa
from his hum, .smells cuoything.
No man hives tew get beat,.but it i;'.
Ixttir to be bored with uu iucb orger
lliiui a giuibht.
' lie sure yon are rito, then go ahead ;'
hut in ease )vu don't, then go ahed unity
wa.
Wooinan will sometimes confess her
sins ; but I never knue one lew confess
her faults.
Don't mistake nrrogiei fir wisdom ;
int nny people thought, ihey wuz nisi when
tliey wuz only windy.
Men ain't apt, tew get kicked out of
good society (or being tiich.
The rode to Jiuiu iz always kept in
good repair, and the taverns pay the expense ov it.
If a man begins life bi bein' a fust Lu-
•ennnt iu his fumilce, he need never iew_
look for promoshiiii.
Young man,study Difference ; it is the
best card in the pnc';.
Honesty is the poor mini's poik and
the rlcb mini's pudding.
Tliere iz a luxury in sometimes feeling
lonesom.
Lastly—I am violently opposed tew
ardent rpcerits as u beverage, but for
iiiiiiifuk'uriiig purposes I think a leelle ov
it I at, teg good. 	
The privilege of franking letters
Is still allowed to numb'rs or the
Congress ol the Ui.ited States. Tlio
postmaster-general has recently made a
report, in which he states that tlio privi*
lege is so abused as lo lessen serious'y
the postal revenue and bring reproach
upon tho deparlment. t ue Senator
allows bit niece lo write bis name upon
envelopes to frank them ; patent agents
send out their circn'urs under the frank
of n member of Congrcs< ; a clerk in one
of the deportments lurnis the franks of
three members.
From a report made to Congress it
appears that the American government
hns provided 0015 artificial limbs lo soldiers—2134 arms, 3784 leg , 44 hands,
9 feet, and 104 oilier nppliniice«.
Twenty-three different manufacturers of
nrlificinl limbs supplied tlie government,
nnd ilie co>t was J3ii7,0'J8.
HAVANA CIGARS.
LEWIN &  ANTHONY,
TOBACCONISTS.
47 Tates Bt., Brick Store
Next io Corner of Government St.,
nEG TO INFORM THEIR FRIENDS AND
H tlie pnblic In general that they will constantly receive hy every Me.imer a good na-
sortmentot Genuine Hiiviliiil « I cars
and the Rett Itraiitl* of I alin . „
lmpnrtfil direct for this market, no that they
jreable to •.■omnrte with nnyhrtiseon this
llland, cither Wholeinle or lleiail.
N.  B—Special  attention will ho paid to
Ounln- order*.
IIEIJIAN  LEWIN.     |     LOUIS ANTIIONV.
se 2
HE-oi'Ensriisra-
j EUREKA CONCERT ROOM
I ntOI TH % ll'.VU.iuivr OF JIOH. 01 tltl.is.
'THII MOST FAVDItlTF. AND FASHION'.
* ahlc place of auiuseineiit having Won
entirely rc-dei:oraleil will reopen This Even*
ing ut 11 o'clock. .Mr. Ned ltccil, the famous
ltiiiijo Player will he iu ntieiiilaiice tn amuse
vi'ilurs with his iniiiitrel Sunns. At tho liar
the best ol'case Liipiurs aud ilivamt Uigurs
will he dispensed.
Open every  Evening nt 9 o'clock, admission
free. te 2-1
FASHION   HOTEL
Concert   Room.
The on'.y Place of Amusement in
Town!
rpilE   UNDERSIGNED HAVING LEASED
L   these  well   kniiwu estalilishaietits, begs
lcavo to announce th it tliey wi 1 bo
Re-opened on Saturday, July 28.
The former Hilliar I H.i 1 has been conic led
into a Concert Ueoui, wliere may always he
found attentive nnd obliging nilendants.
IIi-Kt qualities of Wines, Liquors, nnd Cigars served by the proprietor in person.
L1IAS. HltOOKS
JgT AllJtISBION  Fiikb. sc 2d
REMOVAL.
DR. POWELL HAS REMOVED HIS
Surgery and Residence to tbe corner oi
DOUGLAS AND ItltOUUHTON 8TBEETS
(near Fort).
Orrtes HAbis—v'A. I. to 12 M., and 8
I*. M. to 10 l*. M.
August 22. an tt
NKW    WKSTMINSTKIl
GAME   DEPOT,
YATE3   ST.,
Next door to  the eornor of Government,
opposite Zelner's Drug Store.
rplIB SUI1SCRIKER HAVING MADE AR-
JL riingeinrnts to receive from dillercal
parties the produ c nf Ihe Island and uuiniry
will be prepared to lurnish
Game,
Fish,
FruHs,
Poul'ry.
Eggs    and    Vegetables,
Each and nil in  their season, nt I lie low. II
prices.
JAMES   A.LLE1.
nu 31-1 in
Alhambra
BILLIARD SALOON.
C011K31 SOVERSHEU M» ¥\TE8 SK.
•CTP-STAIHS.
Ei^rancfc on Yates Stfee'-
se 3-lm
Suorborg  & Rneff,
COMMISSION   MERCHANTS*
Importers and Wholesale Denies in
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS,
Boots and ShoeH,
Wlurf street, Victoria, V. 1. se 9
"ROUND THE CORNER"
IS THE NAME OK TIIE
NEW     SATLsOOTSr
JUST OPENED IN
Lniislcy   Slrcct,   round  the
corner from Yates slrrct,
In tho building formerly  hitii|iic.l   by   Ihe
Saloon of EuKnitAntiT's Hutki..
The Saloon has been tastefully refuted,
and will he supplied with the
FIRS T    QUALITY   OF
V/ines   and  Liquors.
The proprietor respci-tfn'ly twvite! the public 10 call "ROUND THE CORNER" and
judge for themselves.
GOVIKXKKNT   gTIIKET    I.NTRAXCK — Nf.XT
door io the Telegraph Office.
aVu     j u on  iiLiikimer.
Relief   for   tha   Afflicted.
THE INTRODUCTION OF
Perry     Davis'
Vegetable Pain Killer
TUT!
Oriental Restaurant, EVENING TELEGBAPH
YATES   STIIEET,
In connection with the Oriental Hotel.
T"
IS   ESTAIII.ISIIMK.N'T   18   OPEN     T
ALL HOtlteS OK TIIE DAV OR NIGHT.
THE    TABLE
Will be furnished with the best the market '
illfords.
Break Tast,
Dinner,
Supper
At moderate prices,
To the Suffering  Humnnity of ibis Age
blU relieveil more puin, nml eatKed more |
reul juy than uny other one thing that om i Oysters    in    every    Style.
be niiineil.
IT   13  AN
Invaluable   Remedy.
Oar lirst Physicians mo it,  nnd recommend
its  use;   the   Apothecary I'mls  it  first
Rmnng lbe mrallOnei called (nr, nnd
the wliulesale Drug*|<t coniiid»rs
it  a  leading article  of liis
trade.     All the denlers
iu mcdiciiii- spenk
ulilie  in its fa-
vor;nudits
reputation as a inediciiic of great
merit and virtue is fully and permanently   established,  and   it  is  the great
Family Med'cine   of  Iho Age-
Every Volunteer should have a bottle,In case
of sudden attacks of Dineaso.
Taken internally, cures
Suihlen OnM.", Coughs, kc,
Weak Stomach,
General Dehility,
Nursing Sore Month, Cnnker,
Ii:ver Complaint,
l»ppep>in or Iidligeslion,
Cramp nml pain in the Stoinuclt,
I low el Coiiiplnint,
Pufliwn  (J'lie,
.   Acinlie Cholern,
Diarhoeu nml Dysentery.
Tnken cxlciinilly caret
Felons, Ilnils, ami Old Sores,
Seiere lliiini. anil ScalllH,
.   Cnis, Urn ses ami Spmins,
Swelling of I he Joints,
ltiii|{wnrin nml Tetter,
Broken llrensts, "
Frosted Feet and Chilblains,.
Toothache,
I'uin in the Fuei',
Neuralgia and Kheiimati-m.
PAIN   KIIIL.IL.-Brt.
Taken internally, should he edellernteil
witli milk or water, nud swiclemil with
sugar, il desired, ur uimle into a syrup
with iiiuln-ses. For n ("Ol'lJII uud
lirui.cliiiH, a few drops on ^ugnr, eaten,
will be mote effective than anything ehe.
For SOKE THROAT, gargle the throiu
will) a mixture of I'uin Killer and witter,
nnd the relief is immediate and cure positive.
$leiT" It should not he forgo)ten that
ihe I'uin Killer is eiptally ns eooil lo
hike it t'-iiialiy ns lo use externally.
Eieh hnttle is wrapped with nil duec-
tiiius for its use.
Prices 25 rents, f>0 cents \' $1 per liollle
£X   FIDELITER
A Choice lot of Bacon
.liiKt   Arrived.
For Sa'c hy
nu 2
P.   Gilligan,
STOIIE STUKKT.
EXPRESS LINE STAGE."
T
in     *  » irtv^l 1 i\^>     vr       t ii i-i      1*1 .* p.     Tf • i  it
now mn  regularly, leaving    \n\v,   i.  i
Private HooniP fur mm 11 or large parties.
Cull andjadfl for younelvw,       uu 30-1 m
AYER'S
CHERRY
PECTORAL,
FOR TIIE RAPID CURE OP
Colds, Conglis nnd
I!ii!Mni:n>. Mauh., 20tli Dec., W>b.
Dll..'.('. Atkii: I-In ini( ti.-Hitntf t.i-»V
tho best renu'J.v I Imve evor found fur
Cutiglm, II'Imi'm-ih--.*, Iiiflucu/u, nnd tlio
rnn.'i mi ilmil nymi'ttnuM uf a Cold, ll your
CflKHUT   I'ECTURAU     ItS CDtlfltAIlt  11IIU in
111 y practice and my fiiijilly for the liutt
ton yean) Inui tdiown it to |k.—-is nupo-,
rior virtues for the treatment uf tliow
oumplalntn.     KIIKN KNIOIIT, M. D.
A. II. MOUTI.f.y, Knn.,of Utica,N. Y., wrlt«: "I hate
Mod your PmoUl my - if and in my family erer ainos
you Invented it.jmd believn it tlio bent metlfcitio for ita
I>iirpoM ovt-r put out. With a Uid cold I nhould noonet
pay twonty-ftve dollars for a bottle thau do without It, ov
tako any other n'Uicdy."
Croup, Whooping Congbf Influcnia.
SritiMinEi.D, MlBS., Feb. 7, \HbQ.
TlROtniR Atm : I will cheerfully certify your Ptcroaii
la tho 1h-.iI remedy wo immmm for tho cure of }Yli<»nrinq
Cough, Croup, aud tha clieit iHwanrii of.chlldren. We of
your fraternity In the Bouth apprerhvto your skill, and
commend your nietlit-ine to our {aioplo.
II1HAM CONKUN, M.D.
AMOS I-ER, Esq.,Mosterit, Ia., write*, 3d Jan., 1866:
"I had a tedious liillueiim which confined me In doon
alx weoki; tiMik many mealrlnes without relief; finally
tried your Pectoral by the advice of our clergyman
The first dime relieved the soreness tn my throat and
lungs; less than onr half the tmttlc made me cuiitliletely
well. Your medicines are the client test as well ns the best
wo ran buy, and wo esteem vou, Doctor, and your remedies as the [Kior man'n fricna."
Asthma or Phthisic, nnd Bronchitis.
W'kOT Mamcuksteb. Pa., Feb. 4, 1858.
Sm: YourCilERhv Pectokal i- ]N>rfurtuiiiK marvelloui
cures in lliis taction. It has relieved m-ventl from alarni-
tuit syui|)toms of couiuiuplion, ami is now curing a man
who lias htlxircd under an amotion of the lim:'- for the
last forty yean. UENHY L PARKS, Morchaut.
A. A. RAMSEY, M.D.. Aunox, Mosroi Co., Iowa,
writes, 8e[it. 6,1865: ♦'During my practice of many years
] have found nothing equal to your Ciierht Pectoral for
i iMiii- eaan and NM to umnumptive patients, or curing
aueh as are curable."
\Yo might add volnmes of evldenc*, hut the most convincing proof of the virtue* of this remedy la found lu its
effects u[K>n trial.
Consumption,
Probably no one remedy haa ever been known which
cured ao many and such dangeroua caaes aa this. Soma
no human aid can reach; but even to thoae the Cuerei
Psctokal afford* relief and comfort.
Ahtor Hot be. New York ("itt. March a, 186A
Doctor Ate*. Ijowell: I feel tt a duty and a pleasure
to infiTin yim what yottr ('herrt Pectoral has done for
my wife. Htie had MSB fl?e months laltorlng under tba
dangenms svniploms of Consumption, from which no aid
we could pnicure gave her much relief. Sh* km steadily
failing, until Dr. Strong,of Ibis rfty. where we havewime
for advint, recommended a Irial of your medicine. Wa
blees hlaklndness, aa we do ymir skil'l, for she has recovered from that ihiv. Sho is not yet as strong as she used
lo l«e. but is frw from her cougli.aii'l culls herwdf well.
Yours with gnilitud'1 and regard,
UHLAMH) SHEI.ltY, or Pun nTMMJ.
Omrumptirei, do sot <les|talr till you hnv«> trhnl Avxa'i
CiiERRV Pectohal. It Is mado by oneof the l>est ninliml
cheinitts in the world, aud its cures nil aroond IM baapash
tbe high merits of Its virtues.— JViditdrtpliia Lotger.
Ayer's Cathartic Fills.
MB acleoces of Chemistry and Medicine have l*en
T
MoitdatN.
« <'<lncNilsiy.il,
And FrUTajN.
AT 7. A. M.,
Fon  a a v A K a * a   fehki
! (Ili|? Henil I'nul"), until I lie fotr.plplion ol ll; •• i
I ronil, whonlln'i ni" ll" lo s«v»tt,'f hrrj,    .J
Tlie Conrli lor t'«r,boo  will   linvr Vine db I
Momlny.
jj J' F. J. BAilN\KD.     I
purgative which la known to man. Innumerable pmofa
are shown that these Pli.u have virtues which sur|uuw in
excellence the onliuary medicines, and that they win nn-
prec»dentedly upon the esteeni of alt men. They are safe
and pleasant to take, but powerful to cure. Their penetrating properties stimulate the vital activities of the tiody,
remove the obstructions of its organs, purify the blood,
and expel disease. Tliey purge out the foul humors which
breed and grow distemper, stimulate slnggltdi or disor-
dcred organs into thelrnatttrnl action, and imparl healthy
tone with strength h) tho whole system. Not only do
they cure the every-day complaints of every body, but
also fonnHalde and dangerous dim-uses that have biflM
the best of hninan skill. While they prodsca powerful
effi'Cts, thcyare at the same time. In Attmntshed doses, the
aaffst and l>est physic that can be emidoyetl for children.
Being sugnr-coated. tliey are plensnnt to take; and being
purely vegetable, aro free from any risk of harm. Cure*
have been made which surpass belief were they not substantiated by nif-n of such exalted position nnd character
aa to forbid the suspicion of untruth. Many eminent
clergymen and physicians have lent their names to certify to the public the relinhility nf my remedies, while others havo sent me tW assurance of their conviction that
my Preparations contribute immensely to tiie relief of my
afflicted, suffering fellow-men.
Tlie Agent lielow named is pleased to furnish gratis my
American Almanac, containing directions fnr their u«e and
•ertificatcs of their cures, of the following complaints: —
Costiveness, Hilioits Complaints, Ithenmntism, Dropsy,
Heartburn, Headache arising from n foul Stomach. Nan-
aea, Tndigestion, Morbid Inaction of the Houels and Pain
arising (herefrom, Flatulency, 1/iks of Appetite, all I'lcrr-
oin and Cutaneous Diseases which require an evnenant
Medicine, Scpifnla or King's Evil. They also, by purifying ths UM and stimnlatinK tiie eystcm, cure many
complaints whieh it »ould net be supposed they could
reach, such as Deafaeaa, Partial Blindness, Neuralgia and
Nervous Irritability. Iterangf menta of the l.lver and Kidneys, (lout, and other kindred atmplainta arising from a
low state of the bod}' or obstruction of ita functions.
Do not bc put off by unprincipled dealers with soma
other pill they make more profit on. Ask for Ater's
I'ills, and take nothing else. No other they can give
you compares with tbis in its intrinsic value or curative
powers. Tlie sick want the beat aid thero is for them,
and they should hare It.
Prepared by Dr. JT. <;. AVER,
Practical and Analytical Chotniit, Lowell, Maaa.
run as Cm rsa Box.   Five Boxes roa $1.
ftOQ) BY
JfflCORE St, Co., Victoria,
GENERAL
Job   Printing
ESTABLISH VI ElVT
Langley Street, Victoria,
The  Printing   Office
or th«
EVENING
TELEGRAPH
Office is replete with every appliance
and variety of Material for the
Execution of
LETTER PRESS  PRINTING!
In all its limnelira, whether
Plain or Ornamental
V
AM) ALL DKl'tiGISlS.
-is
ur.   oil h i:   aims at ?i-e»-.;nK
Html. 8[ic**(ly Rtecutlon of tirdt'rp ha ii
consistent with correct kikI elegant Work*
aMnihlp.
OnliTS received for IVintiiig
Hooks,
Business Cardi,
r»mphletl
InroiceiJ
Catalogue!
bill Headi,
Sermons,
Trade Forma,
Report!
Circulars, (Plain
Henlnls,
Coloured,)
Leases,
lUml   Kill!.  (Plain
ol
Law Koniis ol every t'uloured,)
description,
For Prices,   apply   at the   Office.
Langley ttreet.
General News Agent
J. Stratman.
EMPIRE NEWS DEPOT
Cor. Washington &, Sansome sir.
rpilR ADV RTlsRRii prqmrtd to supply
JL wiih panctuslltf nnd celerity ibo iinnrxtd
nt'W?pH|ierw md piTioilirnls upon tlif following
lerma All orders, lortrcive imnx'tliiuc tiitei:-
tion, must be accompanied by cavh rrniitiunc,
nml handed in prevloua lu the 4lh, 14th, and
'2*4th of ench month.
ImnitoD Daily Tlntfci $m oi
The  Field  j, m<i
"       lllu'inn.-(| TimrH  700
w.-rkis Tlinn       7 00
Hrll's l.ilr in iMtdnn 11 00
1        Weekly Pl-|..tlrl,         l| ,n;
" ULNtfVtufl   .■   W...I.1   1400
*'        Putilic  «>|'iiiiiin.,..^.   7^3
1       lndt-x (Kr»i> Xr-'tit-)..., l i ihi
111. SiHiiiln^nr* ■  roo
"      SltrotHt-r  11 oo
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"      Bniurdaj! Hrvi-u 14 00
Plltll*" N:ll)'11    , |^((0
l-im lb i Uluritenlrtl Kmv.     14 <I0
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'IHt'tUDAY    EVENING,   SKP1'<
« .um i.i und Ihe Mother Country.
Wn hare already said  tlie r< latirni of
the   North   American (Jolonies   wiih the
iiiuipUiiu if tliere should up peat to beet
fuilurt nj jtt'tui.'' Jltfii, vn tlie inero
suspicion ul In ing Keuiti'lf, who have
Hi ver ruined their liuinj lo injure anyone,
ure irnlcuced in In-luiid CO the uioderiile
punl.binenl of transput-union for life.
Fiiiiiiiih iii Canada, with irflll in tlieir
hind* hih! reeking in Canadian hlood, are
New Ailvtriisi'iiii'iils.
inn'her cnaiiirjr are betominR exceedingly 11" be dealt witli leiiiei.tlt, ; and llioau caught
critical and may at any timo the ensuing hy Ihe United Stales authorities nre nol
year be mutiiHlly dissolved. The past required lo he punished al nil. Verily
raids and the |iros|ieeli»e raids of the I the life of a colonist is estimated at
Fenians ore pregnant with grave iiationul I hut little  value,  und   the destruction   of
results...  Aliepdy   wo see   the   London
Timet enunciating that despicable selfMi-
iiesa which seems now to actuate the Ilriiish Government iu its dealings wiih the
colonies..Thc Canadians are loyal British
an jeets—tie/ have in the face of many
disaster*  clung to   British connection—
piHJI{ to it when  il win a serious irjury
lather than an advantage to theui.    Outing the present   year   they   have   taxed
themselves for the support of an army to
defend the frontier from the enemies  of
Ureal .Britain.  They Inue assumed heavy
liii'ili-us    for     protection     nguin.st   foes
that would never trouble tliim   but   for
tlieir conn ctiou with Kngland   And when
their  country   was  invaded—when  the
Fenians  iu  their hatred to  ihe   British
Government crossed the Canadian border,
they came out manfully and poured forth
iheir blood   in   withstanding the   shock.
'Ihe incursion wns stopped—tho raid was
suppressed; but Canadian lives were lost
nud   Cunudiun   property   destroyed.    Ty
whom wero the Canadians to look for reparation ?    Why, to   that   Government
whose citizens had thus wantonly, in lime
of peace, ipade war upon on  unoffending
fieople.    Accordingly a proposition is introduced into the Canadian  Parliament
demanding indemnity from the American
Government for iho expense of putting
down   tho Fenian raid.   It may be  said
ilie United States are equally entitled to
compensation for the raids from the Canada side  during tho civil   war, nnd wc
ml mi t   the  proposition;   but  every case
must be dealt witb on ils own merits; and
no principle in international law is clearer
than that which makes,a nation responsible for the acts of its own citizens.    It is
only a fow years ago that England mnde
reprisals in a Brazilian port ns indemnity
for  the   supposed murder -ot a   number
of British seamen who  had tbe  misfortune to be cast  ashore oa the Brazilian
coast.    There was nothing clearly proved
About the  murder  of the seamen;   bnt
because the   Brazilian awltorities did not
take the steps  demanded of them by the
British Consul, uu English Admiral got
instructions   lo   pounce    upon   Brazilian
vessels.     The   Canadians,    however,   It
would  appi ar  are not   Englishmen, nor
entitled lo the protection of Great Britain;
or what  is right with  an  inferior power
like Brazil  becomes  wrong wilh   a great
power like the United States.    The Can.
adian claims are scouted, and scouted by
the English press, before even the American   Government can  pronounce  upon
them.     The Loudon Times, speaking in
this instance, us even's since prove, the,
sentiment of   tlie   British   Government,
says i
The Canadian Parliament has i
haul a, mast foo'isli aud prepusterous proposal submitted to it, claiming ol the
United States' Government indemnification for the expense of suppressing the
recent Fenian raid. Lord Monck'a advisers-ought to hove known that tbis is n
demand uot founded on justice or reason,
ond whic.i the American Government
never could submit ts. It was a greut
and incomprehensible error to make it.
The Provinces' need, not he reminded thai
they are unable to enforce their absurd
claim, and in England il can only be regarded wilh astonishment and disapprobation."
We do not  know whether to be most
ashamed of Ihe ingratitude or the cowardice  of such ; a posit ion  as the  above—
ingraiitude   because  tlig sacrifice which
Canada  Blade,   the   loss  for   which   she
damn indemnity, was entailed solely bemuse she was a  British Province anxious
io maintain  the   honor of Britain ; and
cowardice, because had the United States
b"en  Brazil   the   '.ondon    Timet wood
iiavn been tlie first journal  to shout for
reparation.  This is not all—the American
Government is not expected to punish lbe
arrested Fenians, and the Canadians are
called upon to deal leniently with  those
who hare fallen  into their bands.    With
regard  to  the  first position   the   Times
H»yi  -'If the   Fenians arrested by   the
Unittd States authorities nre  convicted,
th»y will doubtless meet with Iheir deserts,
but Ibis country  can  have no  rttttan to
his properly a thing of but little cousidt-
ralion. And why ? Because Canad i i.-
not Great Britain. What do the noble
law-givers of Kngland rare if people three
or four thousand miles off are cut down
uud ll.cir lioincsleads burued ? The dun
ger is awny from tlieir doors. All they
huve to do is to see that these foolish
Cuu.diaus iu their desire lo maintain
British rule, do not get llieiu into trouble.
Don't hang any Fcuinns, comes the shoii
across the Atlantic ; don't gei us into difli.
culties wiih ihe United States. Bear your
troubles patiently, tax yourselves to
maintain our connection and be ou batile
field. Fortify yourselves, turn your uble
bodied into vulunicers and militia, sink
tho country into difficulties, repel immigration, have your whole frontier in a state
of anxiety and insecurity, and when our
enemies, uot yours for you have got none,
rush into your towns and villages ami
bring the horrors of war to your veiy
hearths, think of thc hem fits of our connection When you huve fayed the
invasion, if yon really can stay it, and
when yon demand of your Republican
"oighbour compensation for yoiff dum ige,
think how sweet will bc our n sponsc
''your claim is absurd, it can only be
regarded in England wiih astonishment
and disapprobation."
Does uny sane man ilnigino for a moment that rclutions liko these can last ?
What are ine I'ouimn to Canada or
Canada to the Fenians thut tli.y should
bo enemies 1 And why is the Canadian
youth to sbou'der his musket to *ght for
some old wrongs committed by the
Government of England years ago ?
And then cornea the other question, if
England gets into wur wilh the United
States, we will say for instance on the
Alabama claims or the island of San
Juan, things about which the Canudiai s
know nothing and care less, is Can ida to
be devastated because of her connection I
with Great Britain? Surely there never was
so unnatural a slate of things ns this ;
and surely the wise men of both the
mother country and the North Aincriinn
colonies will sec a way the ensuing year
out of the difficulties, by severing a connection, that only brings wilh it danger
and expense, without an equivalent > The
enlightened minds of- England point this
way, and the difficulties whieh nre looming
out at pres.-'iit on the Canadian frontier
would'scem to give a precipitation to the
event. Uudcr nny circumstances the
attachment of England to her colonies is
gone. Wrapt np more thun ever in herself she cures little al out their fate, so
long as they do not get ber into trouble.
So much so indcod has this principle
crept hito her policy that we believe she
Is only awaiting the opportunity to get
rid of what she considers now a source of
weakness and expense—her North American colonies.
Fiiom Poutiand—The Fideliter arrived today at 4:30 with 15 passengers.
Mr. George I'eabody has made another
gift of $100,000 to the Peabody Institute
established by him at South Uanvers,
MasBMchusests.
BASK   CF   B3ITI6H   tOtUMBIA.
I.oviwi, :U August, lHO't.
I^ROM   AMI  AFTER   -J.-.TU  M.I'TKMllKIt,
ISli'..    Mil.    ll.w.ll   M.VHHilAl.l,     I..VSU   will
0MM lu be M o. iper uf thii 11.ml. iu ll.ese
Ooloalea, uml .Mi. Wa. ('cutis \V a it i> is
nuthoriio'd lo perforin ihe ilutiei of I'riutipul
(Hiker of tlie Hank in these ('ulouies, signing;
nil documents ns Acting Manager.
Uy order of the Court of Dlree'ors,
JAS. 1). WALKER,
SC Jlt-llll Inspi'i to .
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Now
HSHSHBH
Advertisement*
1ST O T X OE
A.   BULEIt   &   Co.
Buy AND SELL LADIRS' AND (JEST'S
ea-l-ulf clothing.
Clothes cleaned und repaired at the shortest
notice.
GOVERNMEXT  STREET,
Ne irly opposite the St. Nicholas Hotel.
se 2."i-lni
On y rarle Francais.
NOUS    I.E    TATRONACli     MS'IINGL'E    HIUMID
JONNIDU'I.I,.
MaISOS   IIS   lil'LLV   LoAK,        1
Hue .lolni'on, Srpteinbrc, 1860. /
MOXSIECR ISKRTHELEMV DE ItHAM
a 1'honneur d'informer ses nmi< et te
publique, that he still continues to make Ihe
largest bread in town. His Holly Loaves
arc nlil
Trail pour im quart,  Honnc qualite.
Try it and bc convinced.
[be Cariboo Sentinel et les Journal de la Cour
de I,mollis Mini pries de ao pas copier.]
8e24 lw
'n Appeal   to  the Citizens of
Vic'orii. V-1-
'1'IIE    CONGREGATION    EMAXH-EL   OK
1   Victoria, V. I., in meeting assembled, this
day, Saturday. Sept. 22d, 18(irt,
Resolved, That the aid of our Kcllow Citizens ufull Denominations bc i-nlicitcd through
the following authorised and duy ftppoiutid
Committee. And tliat such Committee en-
denror, by every niesns in their power, to
raise funds whereby |.srt of the debt or mortgage on the Isn.clitish Synagogue may he
cancelled. Knowing the liberal views and
geucrosity of the citizens of Victoria, ihe congregation bus not the s ifhtcut doubt (making
due iillowanee for tbe dullness of the season)
that Iheir appeal will meet with thntrcspou-o |
which thc exigency of tlic case requires.
A. JACOBS, ['resident
L. AXTIIOXV, Secretary.
H. M. COHEX,
LEWIS LEWIS,
I). SHIRPSEIt,
j: w. keyser,
se24 Commitee da Subscription
Ciiains and Anchors.
TWENTY   TONS  CHAIN
Short Lin'.ted and proved from \ to \
ANO
ANOH   DRS,
From 20 lo 800 pounds.
FC J3
For Stile liv
PETER M'QUADE,
Wlurf street, Victoria.
REMOVAL.
W.   I1EATII0UN
I
BSQfl   LEAVB   TO   INFORM   UL3
Iriepdl Htxl  tbe  j ublic  tint   Im:  bus
n-uiuYi il bid
Boot and Shoe Store
To CtOfKiisMKNT rtiikkt, two (InorB from tbe
** Ctilonist tit)-t Cbrunitlo" OHice, wbenj be
will couliuuc bis Uuut Miikiug buiiuodS.
BOOTS AND SH0E8 MADE TO 0EDEE
Of thc best materials aud workmanship.
N.li.—Repairing douc at shortest notice.
re 23
——yaa**f*a**a*y——y
Ni w Advcrtisi-niants.
New  Goods
EX   "ROYAL   TAR.
THOS. WILSON & CO.
Victo. ii Turn Verein.
AU- MBMBKRS OF TIIE 'ABOVE IV-
plitutinfl Mho wish to iitlemf reguUr
pruetice, ure reunified lo lie HMNl on the
iir.it .M-inday in Seplenibcr, when cIh.h.ch will
b>* formed eomineiicin-' wild the liiupleBl ex-
rrri»e«, and foing Ihronsh Ihe wh le eo«r».
CIIAI-.I.KS DEIIIENT,
a*33 Tliruiiirt.
LEATHER,   HARNESS,
Trunk Manufactory.
wm. dAlby a co.
■
WE  TAN":  TII^   I'nE-.ENT.OPPORTtr.N.
ity to thank onr tiumeroiM nuitomeri far
he liberal pairouairc bestowed upon us, sod
in iufiiiiii them and the pulilie in general that
we nre now carrying on,, in connection Willi
■iur LE V1HKII STOItK, le roiinufa. lurt nf
IIAItN»H of nil description!,   alio  TRUNKS
md V ALI.-iKS. We h >ve eonslnnlty oa hand
a large Bssorlmeul of ISLAND TANNE'i KIP,
UAI.K,   HARNEA",  SnLK,   WELT,  KTRINO
mil CltAlN I.EAI'IIRR; nl.-n a gentrul ns-
sorimenl of SHUrfM \KKICS FINDiNOM.
Parties requiring nnytlnng in our line
should give us a tri il, as we will supply Iheiu
cheaper than any house north of Sau Francisco.
BELTING   MADE   TO   ORDER.
Terms   (,'jiwli.
Wm.  DalV/jr  St,  Oo.,
Yulei street, Victoria. V I.
August 2 th, lSdi. so 20
Oow Por Sale
A  COW (AND CALF SIX WKEK* OLD),
warranted perfectly gentle.     Price $55.
Also, a young Mecr.
Apply to
sc20 O. N1AS, James Day.
Invito  attention   to   their
New Stock   ot   WINTER
GOODS   just   arrived   HrJGH AMP AGNE  !
Royal   Tar    from   fi.oiulon,
coiisisting:   or
NOU'VEAUTES
DE    IiALTOMNE    KT    DlllVER.
J. II. TURNE RET CIE.,
Out l'lionneur d'informer lours
itmiofi ut lo public quil viennes de
reeevoir un nsHortiment do Nouvo-
nules do Jlodes dos Moilleurs Mais-
ons de Piuis.
MAISON DE LONDRKS.
Scplemhre, 1806. so23
SAN   FRANCISCO
OYSTER  SALOON !
Government   street,
Ileltvi en (ins Keyser's  and W.  Wilson's
rpifE UNDERSIONKD, IN VIEW OK THE
JL " Oood Times " fulks snid were coming,
hns OPENED Ihe above premises, nnd intends
to OPEN THE BBS I' OY.1TERS tb«  market
furnishes.    Ti.*y will bo
II o a s t e il
Fried
Slewed
In er Out of the Shell
DSP* Open n>t nl! iiours.
se 23-.lm I. U. Bi:ELL.
STjAXXELS—Wki.sii— Twilled Saxony
l'luiii and Faney Colors
DITTO — Canton — White   and   Un-
lilcuchtd
RliANKBTS—All sizes
BALMORAL SKIRTS
FREXCII  MERIXOS—In ull colors
—ALSO —
Hoyles' Prints, Horrocksss' Long Cloths,
Linen and Cotton T oks. Sheetings,
Quilt?, Drugget fc"qua es, Green Baize,
Hollands, American Leather Cloth,
—AXD—
A General Assortment of Goods suitable for
the Autumn And Winter.
Tho .  Wilson &  Co.,
MASOXIC BUILDINO,
(;i»vi;it\itli:\T   STREET.
»<■ 20
NAPOLEON'S CABINET
BOUCHIJ.
\X/E   n.WE   APPOINTED   MESSRS.
VV    GHEI.I.EY   li   FirEHKE, Of Victoiin,
SOLE   AGENT8
—roa—
Vancouver   IsLir.d and   Irit'sh
Columbia-
Of our above-nnraed Wines.
Bcuche Flis & Oo.,
at Mnrinil-siir-Ay.
Chiimpngne, Kranee.
se 1!)
Queen Charlotte Coal
Murng Company (Lim)
Attention, Fire repartmcat!
IX 0OSFOB.MITY WtTII  SECTIOV   11 of
Ihe firemen's Protection Act, lHtil, notice
is hereby given  thnt an elbctlon of two duly
qualified persuas to till   Ihe  respective oRh.es
of Chief uad  Assistunt  Engineer of ihe Victoria Department lor the ensuing year will bo
held at the Hou e of the  Deluge Engine Co.
No. 1, Monday the lm dny of October next, nt
10 o'clock in the foreuoua.     The Poll will b -
closed ut 4 o'clock p.m.
Hy oidcr
S. U  KBLl.Y, President V.I'.D.
E. G, HOLDEN, Hou. Sec. V.K.D.
se 20
sen
Notice  cf  Meeting.
AN EXTUAOItDINAHV GENERAL, MEET-
ing of .-hareholders of this Company fill
lie held in thc oflico of the Company, Citv
(.'ouneil Chambers, on Friday the 28th of
September, ISdil, at one o'clock.
business To conlirni the special resolutions passed nl a meeting he! I Augast 2ttlh,
18C0, nnd other buiness which may coaie
legitimutelv bcfoie tho snid meeting.
J. s. xvilr.18,
Secretary.
Mrs.   Hein
KEEPS   CONSTANTLY ON  HAND  THK
latest Iniihiiin.H ill
 AJ —
Prices to  Suit the Times,
GOVERXME>r    STREET
Retwe»n Fort nnd Hrf'Oghlon. Ie 5
New Advertisements.
Victoria Rifle Corps,
rpHE CORPS WILL PARAffe IN FULL
L TTniform to-morrow, Friday, SeptemlreT
2Blh, at 3:30 p.m. nt the now Drill Hall, Fort
street, prepnrntory to presenting nn nddress
and testimouial to dipt. Lnng at tbo Victoria
1 hcatre al i o'clock.
sc27
Tnos. h. WOOD,
Capt. 2nd Co'y.
J. H   Tftrner & Co.
GOVERNMENT STREET, '
VICTORIA, V.I.
NEW  BUTCHER   SHOP.
Wm. B. Towns end
BEOS TO   INFORM THE PUBLIC THAT
on
SATURDAY   NEXT
He will re-open the
E u relta    TVf a, r Is e t ,
GOVERNMENT    STREET,
Adjoining ibe  Masonic   BiIldiko,
Where be hope-.,   br  keeping  a  good article
and   by   strict attention   to business, to
merit a share of the public patronage,
sc 2'j-lui .        ■    ■-    •
LONDON   FIRM,
J. P- Tunstall & Oj.
LONDON    HOUSE!,
September, I860.
We have received by " Royal Tar" and late Express arrivals a
great part of our Autumn and Winter Stock. It comprises as usual a
full assortment of Staple and Fancy Goods.
Lixexs, Cottons, Print's, Damasks,
Blankets, Flannels, &c,
Dress Goods, The New Lixsevs, Serges, Merinos,
Popmnes, Plaids, ttc.
Shawls—Rich Broche, Wool, Himalayan, &c.,
Ladies' and Children's Underclothino,
Mantles, Furs, Hosiery, Embroideries, Lace
Goods, ic
Millinery - Wreaths, Heatl Dresses, a beautifill selection
of Bonnets in the Lamballe, Pamela, and other new
shapes;   Hats in silk, velvet, and straiv.
This department is now under the direction of a First Class French
Milliner, who arrived by last steamer.
The above goods have been sdeeted by our London partner toith great
care, and will be sold on most favorable terms.
J.   II.   Turner   &   C7o
«D •'! (Ebcnuig   <T,clcgrapb.
-T —    _— ——4 1    I     -
TIllRSDAY   EVENING, SEPT.
le.;.;.
1— mi
■ ■L _i-lJ!
COMMERCIAL
MIII'IMtvu iviki.i.h.i.m e.
I'l.KIUI'VICIUU.l. VANCIlt.VKH   iilamu.
Sept  27—fiats Black Diamond, Mcl'ulloch,
N-inuitnn.
Srb Bill i, Midllct'in, Ssnnich..
Mi Enterprise, Swanson, .New Wciiniinsler.
Sept 27—Str  Enterprise,   Swanson,   N'ew
Westminster.
IIIHTIIS.
In Oils «THy^ fl«Tit. lath, June, Ihe wife of
Sumuel Harris of u daughter.
Nun Krnneiico and Monterey, Cat., papers
rleusc copy.
Tin Visii'ii ijt)fiVAp».—lbe ruffian.who
committed tlie ntrocious outrage on the
Huanieh road on Tuesday lust wns brought
into towrtl Inst night, nt la o'clock, hy Sergt.
Fcrrnl. The capture was very cleverly accomplished, the ofliecr tukieg up his truck at
Saanieli and following him aerosi the Inlet
to an Indian village, where he took him prisoner without resistance. It appears tlmt the
Tillu.n, who is a mulatto aimed Henry William!, a deserter from thi U. S. S. -nginaw,
had been eugaged liy Mr. FreiMison, thc
fsthcr of the child, to work on his farm ; during the absence uf the hitler, thc man attacked Mrs. Fred lison as she was engaged in
thc garden, threw her down, forced some
morphine into her mouth and tied her up, fo
fiat she.was helpless ; he then went to the
house and violated the girl, alter which, leaving her lying iusensible, he plundered ihe
house, and supplying himself with provisions started for the Inlet. Thc prisoner
when questioned by the mugistiatc, dcui d
tlic charge, nnd was remanded tilt .Monday,
for the production of witnesses. Much
credit il duo to Sergt. Ferral for the energy
ihown in tracking and capturing tlic ruffian.
ASSADI.T     OX      SlIlPBOAIlU.—T.        HotcOlUC,
recently steward oa hord the sijip Royal Tar,
entered a charge of assault against Robert
.Mark, the second mate, in the Police Courl
this morning. Complainant staled that about
six bolls tbe second mute ordered him aloft to
loose thc nii/.zcii tup-gallant staysail ; he h id
a very soro hand, and told tho mute he could
not go up as he could not hold on ; the mvo
ilii'ii stitick him twice in the face, cutting his
lip. Complainant stated that he hud been
f.ur yours ward-room steward Lu II. M. S.
Charybdls. O'won Thomas, one of ihe seamen,
(estilled that he was going up tho main
rigging when h'3 saw the second mute strike
ih'.! steward in the face, because'be would not
go aloft. After some lurthcr inquiry the
in igietrato dismissed thc ease,
Dksiciitios.—Twi young men, seamen ou
the ship ltoyul Tar, were brought up iu the
Police Court this morniug, charged by the
cap ain with desertiug from his ship. The
men pleaded guilty, nnd were sentenced lo
10 days imprisonment, but to bo given up to
tlic captain wben duiunndod. The magistrate
sta'ed that his reason for not stopping any
of thc men's pay was that they had evidently
been hudly used hy the ollicrs of the Slip,
a d cautioned tho captain against using physical force in dealing with his crew.
Volcxtmb Pbomotioxs.—At a meeting Of
No. 1 Rifle Corps last evening thc fallowing
promotions wore made:—Sergeant Turner, to
tie Color Sergeant, vice Bilfken, reiigncd ;
Corporal Thorne to he Sergeant, vlco Turner
promoted ; 1'rlvato Roscoo to be Corporal,
vice Thome promoted. It was also arranged
to have a shooting match at nn curly day between ill non-commissioned officers and six
prh'aiei. \
Frox Niw W«st»i»!T«ii.— Tho s'camer
Enterprise arrived down last evening with f.0
passengers and a Cariboo express. Among
the passengers were Messrs. A. McKeuzie,
McKeon, Choi. Levy and othors from Cariboo,
and Messes. K- Gambit/, und A. M. llurri
from Rig Bend.
Couri.iMF.STAUY.—Testimonials will be presented to Captain Lang to-morrow, at 4 p.m.,
in the theatre, by the Riflu Corps, the Mechanics' Institute, snd a number of friends.
In tbo evening he will bo entertained at
dinner iu the Vancouver Club Rooms.
Rirm Cobps Testimokial.— The Rifle Volunteers will parade at their new drill hall tomorrow at 3:30 p.m., preparatory to presenting nn address and testimonial to Capt. Lang
at thc thcatro at four o'clock.
Sale or Rbal Estatb.—Tlic James Bay
Rrowery was sold by Mr. J. P. Davies to-day
for $1000, to Mr. Miller the brewer ; and thc
Fort street properly to Mr. Doughty, brush-
ranker, for $430.
Fbom Austeama The British ship Jeddo,
bound for Adelaide, Australia, from Burrard
Inlet, anchored in the roads yesterday afternoon.   She will carry four passengers.
Dischabosd.—The ship Royal Tar will
finish discharging to-day or to-monow, nnd
on Saturday wil for UUalady, to "load for
Callao.
VolOhtiibs vs. Navv.—The rifle mutch
between ten of the Voluoteers and ten from
the Navy comes off on Saturday at Esqalmalt.
Yali "Tjh»C!1i."—This journal announces
thn its last issue for tbe season will be on
tbi Jtb October.
Ma. lluisi.n's Licrvsl—This gc.iilem ig j
gave h lecture la-i   evening   iu   Ihe   UlMiri
and DO uccoiml of tbe  proceed* going to tl e I
Fire Departmeat then- mata good atieud.in. ,-
•The lecture was  un the '• Genius of England
uud America,'   but tin tex', like  many mini
text., hnd  little  to  do   with   Ihe  discount'.
Had lbe gentleman   announced thut hll  sub- |
j«cl would be the "Glory   »f Vancouver   Is-'
land offli lali and the  loarlihlag condition of
real Mala" he wuuld h.ve  been nearer  the !
mark.    A number of llatlitlaa wcru read and
some rather  novel  deduction!, somewhat nl j
variance wiih the ordinary lawi of political
economy, drawn.    The pinpk- of ihe country
acre levorely handled fur nut uvcrc.iurug ail |
Ihe  drawback!   which   laud speculators snd
the Government had placed iu their way. and
tba gentleman   modestly   insinuated   that all
the country \uiulcd   was meu of his resource
and intelligence to put it to rights.    Mr. Il.ir-
tieit we nre  ufr.i d llus fallen into bad hands,
and his presumption in  giving advice to tip-
people nbout tlieir  polities, shows, as n correspondent very properly says iu another column, a sad lack of common sense.    The gentleman gets a   scathing rein ke   for the   same
tolly in the Xananno frlbani.    la a word the
'•goo I   things iu  the lee,nre  were not new,
and the new things were jiot good."
An Erratic Lactam*.
ElllTOB   OP TIIK  EvKXIXtl   Tn.HilUI'H.—Sill I
— 1 do not like In crlilMll gratuitous services.
Mr. 11.1 >i i', lecturing for the benefit of so
useful an ins'liution as the Victoria K re Department, deserves o ir , eou-i.leiution ; but
when he goes out of his w:i_\ lu u-ll us that
oi.r Government has uot been so very expen-
sive, or so very much to blame, tliat despite
Hie want of work, >bl w»ut of money, i.ud the
de rani! io every particular, thc place ll in  a
nourishing condition nud destined to bathe
' groit rmp.rium" &c.,—when he slums
bis knowledge of political economy liy telling
III that if tbe Imperil of u country exceed the
export-', the country su-tains a I hs — ulien he
brings forward the fact that we son I hundreds
of tlious null ot doliurs away ev-ry year for
articles we can p oduce ouriulvei as snine-
ihing new which l.c h is jiistdi.scovcred—ivhen
he inculcate! the idea of running up the
country iu order to raise its credit —tolling
lalsehouds to the banker in order that he may
discount our bills—when he, a man who has
merely pain allying vi'it to the plsce, nnd
knows literally nothing of our condition, has
the hardihood to rise up nnd ndvi-e us to accept Mr. Seymour and li ia de-potism, I urn
afraid the gentieniun shows rather a lack of
sense, and has bee i Huffed by a few Peter
Funks uud Government ollicials.
  D»:i.ta.
TELEGRAPHIC
The   Cable.
CiiKAti", Sept. 25—11 i'. n,-We
have no ClHlo (lutes lutet thun noon
Sept. 24, un I no explanation from New
York.
The FciiiaiiN.
OoDRSftBuua,  New  iork, Sept. 2)v,—
It is repotted upon (jood uilthoi'ity that
large millibar of Fenians uro concentrate I
for a raid into Caiinilu.
Toiioxto, Sept. 25.—Orders Itnvn lioen
given lo the volunteer force of the city
to mu8t*r ut a given point on the lirst
iiliirni nf the lire hell with forty rounds o(
ball cartridges. An at tempt to born or
eapluro tlie cl'y is feared Large quan-
litii'S of niilitiry stores, including iiinliu-
latwes, ure arriving Lore. Regular troops
and volunteers ure continually moving.
Inuada.
Culiinet meetings of the Canadian
OoViTiiuieiit nre being held daily in
Quebec, questions discussed ■ being the
iinlitnry condition of tlio province, the
Confederation at'liome, and ilie failure of
the H.iuk of Upper C mad i. Much in
security is fell in financial circles. Money
il still I'oiniii Hiding 15 per cent ill Montreal.
CalUornla
San Francisco, Sept. 25.—Secretary
Seward hus telegraphed to Queen Ktiitua
tendering her a passage ou the steamship
Vailderbill now lying in this harbor, 'tne
offer lias been nee. ptcd, uud the Quoin
will probably depart in about two weeks.
Tlio officers of the army who desire to be
presented to Qieett EltSOit will nsscinblc
nl the Occidental Hotel lids evening
Arrived Sept. 05—Bark Lizzie Hoggs,
12 days from Scubick with lumber ; Inn k
Glimpse, 8 days from l'ort Di.scovery
with lumber.
Sailed, Sqit. 2ti—Steamer Active,
Victoria,
HEM 11   EI    COLUMBIA.
[ From  the  Columbian. ]
Horn, September 25—From n person
lately "Urrived from the Okuiiugun nnd
Siniilkaiuecn country, we gather tlic following : Al lbe Okuungan MisBisou the
grasshoppers bud again destroyed most of
the crops. This is the third your of this
plngtte, uud thc farmers hope tliey have
seen lbe lust of tbctn.
There are nbout I5H3 sliecp kppt by n
Frencbman at ihe Misgioil, und all doing
well.
The Walla Wulia Indians bad made a
raid on the Ubosweps—result, not known.
Ii is ubout somo old dispute.
The cullle throughout the country look
well. Air. Harper passed the Custom
Houso witli 50U head on bis way to
Ivumloops, Messrs. Kceso & Co. bud
nbout 250 head ut Alison's, ou the Sinnl-
kamccn. They are now on the Wuy to
Hope. Tbey look line, and people may
expect excellent beef.
On tbe Siiui.kamecn some 40 or 50
Chinamen are working and making good
wages. Mr. Krugor had turned the
Simiikatneen, and was Inking out big pay.
It was reported by the Indians that ihe
man who killed Morgan, ncurSoda Creek,
wus skulking about Okniiuguu Lake,
threatening to kdl evory white man or
Indian   he  s'iould. meet.     The  Indians
acre in pent f.-ur ol bun, us tbey considered liitn bullet pro. f.
8cfiT.il lurira puck truitil were met on
their auy tu Kootenuy.
.Mr. Alison li is discovered a new pass
wlucli avoids the Ho|>u iiiouu'nin. mid
lions 11..1 excct4! (lie altitude of lbe Luke.
The distance would bc ubout the sutue us
the present trail.
WILLIAMS CMI K.
From a ceiitlenmii wbo left Williams
Creek on I aesday lus:, m« buvo receive I
the following rows from Carihoj : There
hud been copious ra n, which gave .-ufli-
eient wuter for work tin Iho claims which
hud been stopped.   Tlo   Foster-Campbell
company ware luking out gnod pay, but
not so larg.i us previuuJy. The Moruiiig
Stiir company Iind got into excellent pay
and had washed up a large amount.
TIIK   I'XIOti   ACT.
The following is lbe text of the Im«
peri.il Act uniting tho colonic! of Vancouver Islnnd uud ltritisb Columbia. It
will be seen thnt, with the exception of
'he expunging of the clnuse giving the
colonics themselves nny suy iu the mat ler,
tlie Act is word for word the suine ns the
bill we published on the 3d of lust mouth.
tiir. nniTisii Columbia act, lsfir?.
I'e it. enacted by the Queen's Most
Excellent M.je-ty, by und with tlie advice nud consent ol the Lords Spiritual
hnd Ten.pur.il, uud Commons, in '.his present Parliament ariBinbled, uud l>y tbe
authority of the same, if follows:
1. This Act may lie cited us The
Bll I Ull Columbian Act, Ibtiti.
2    Iu  ibis  Act  the term Governor
mean! nny Officer for the time being law-
fid'v administering the tjovciiiiiiunt.
ti. From und immediately ufter the
l'ruclniiiulion of this Acl hy the (iuvcrnor
of British Columbia, be colony of Vun.
coiiViT I-land slmll bo uud the same is
hereby uiiilid with tho colony of British
Coluniliiii, and thenceforth those two colonies :b ill fjiiii and be one eolony, with
the nam", of British t'oliimbiu (which
Union is in this A:t referred lo ue the
Union )
•1. On the Union diking cfLct, the
foi in of (iovcriimciit exising iu Vancouver
Island us a separate colony shall ecu so,
nnd tlie power and authority of the Kx-
ictitivc Government und of thu Legislature existing in loiiisli Coluiubiu, slmll
extend to und over Vancouver Isluiid ;
but in order that provi-ion may lie made
for the representation of Vancouver Island in thu J.eitislutnro of HntMi Columbia nfuT the Un'on, tin- luuxiinuin number of Councillors in thc Legislalive
Coimeil of ltritisb Columbia ufter tlie
Union, shah, until it is othcrvviso provided
by liiwf.il authority, be twcuiy-ibite in.
stead of fifieen.
p. Afier and notwithstanding the
Union, the lows iu lorcu in thc scpiimte
cohuiicK of British Columbia and Vancouver Islnnd, respectively, ut the time
of the Union tuking effect, shall until ii
is o hcrwisc provided by-luwfiil authority,
remain in force us if Ibis Act hud not
been passed or proclaimed ; save only
that the laws relative to the Ucvcnue of
Customs in force in British Columbia nt
the time of the Union taking effect, shall,
until it is otherwise provided by lawful
authority, exicud aud-upply lo Vuitcoiner
Island ; and, until it. is otherwise provided by luwful authority, the Oovcrnor of
British Coluiubiu slmll have, in relation
to the territory for the time bing under
bis Government, nil ihe powers und authorities for the lime being vested, in tclu-
tion to the United Kingdom, in the Commissioners i.f Her Majesty's Treasury or
iu the Commissioners of Customs, wilb
respect io lbe appointment of warehousing
port", nnd tho approval and »ppointment
of warehouses or places of security iu
such ports, nnd everything rons.qucnt
thereon or relative thereto.
(!. Nothing in this Act slmll tuke awny
or restrict the authority of the Governor
of British Columbia, with the advice nnd
consent of the Legislative Council thereof,
to make laws lur iho peace, order nnd
good government of British Columbia
either belote or after the Union ; nor
shall anything in this Act interfere with
the i-xcrcisc. of uny power thut would
have been cxcrciseuble by Her Majesty
in Cutme.l if this Act had not beeu passed.
7. Until the Un'on, British Columbia
shall comprise all sucb Territories within
tho Dominions of IIer Majesty as arc
bounded to lite South by the Territories
of the United States of America, to the
West by the 1'acilic Ocean and the frontier of ihe Russian Territories iu North
Amcriea, to ihe North by the Sixtieth
I'aruHel of North Latitude, and to the
Blatfrom Ihe boundary of the United
S atcs Northward* by the Rocky Mountains, and thc One Hundred and Twen.
lieth Meridian of West Longitude, uud
shall include Queen I hull tie's Island
and all other islands odjarent to the said
Terri'oiies, except Vancouver Island aud
the Islnhlft adj.iicut thereto.
S. After the Union British Columbia
shall include all the Territories uud islands afonsaid, inclusive of Vun Oliver
Island nnd ihe Islands adjacent thereto.
The Acts dc-cibed in the Schedule to
this Act are hereby repealed ; but thh
llepeul shall not invalidate any Order in
Council or other Inslruiueut issm d uuder
the authority of those Acts or either ol
them, or any Act done or Right or Title
acquired  by virtue of those Acts  or  cl
Ml ber ol  them or of  uny such Order or
IintiuiilTlil.
r'cniiiiL'i E — Acts Ilepruled—An Act to
provide for the (iurvriiineul cf BrilUb
Columbia; Au Acl In di line tbe Boun
darics uf thc colony of Ilriiish Cobiiubiu,
and lu continue an Acl to provide for tin
Government of  the i.uid colony.
Special .V'oflccx.
Mr. Ziw '"'as to nnnounce to the innnbil
imisot i iciuria thai lie Iikn Inielv remit*.| »
large al* ti neni ot Children'! Carriage!" and
t.'bairs, KlsbiBf Hefkcti «n(l tlenann Can s,
ini! a large (|UaatltJ ol M .rket nnd i rave line
Raiketl, China Vases, fnttei Goods and Tojs.
nil ol which lime to be sold on or before
Kebrnary next nt eretily redaceil utie.t.
(Jood* .sold nt tvhnleinle tor eo-t pi ices.     *
R'Unvil—Meisrs. .Solomon Ilr u. hnve removed tu the two-story brick building on
(lovernuient s'reet, opposi'e the St Niebolu.
Hotel. Ihey lmverec-ived, es sblfi Mubutvk.
t .un I.onlon, a fine assortment of men's
cloih ni'und underclothing, which tbey will
ell lower than a-'}' bouiato loivn. Give iheui
a-all. , *
ALSXAXuaa'i fluival—Hcsin. J. II. Turner
k Co., London Hoim-, hnve received to-day.
by l-lxprcsri from I'ari.i. u lull aasortmeot ot
Alexandre*! fumoin kid glove., for which
they ure the sole a,-en :; in Vuiicouvcr Island
and llriti.-h Oi luiut.iii.
FnaaoM Mii.t.iMhY—The millinery depirt-
inent at London llou-e is now under thc inaii-
ageniaut of a laity who nrrived by last steaiu-
lioin Paris.-j. II, Tuaaea k (lo.        *
HnttOWAVd I'll I».. — J>1 j-lieii ul lluttcl C tnpliiilill.
— I li -*. niiliuiie. !U «vei iire.eut, ui .1 if Irft utmt.
icieM  f .'i rally   liMiii'iite  fa.lib.   It   atio'ild   to-
t-ti.-r)ttti-if kactin tint I'otti cliotent no t dimrliaea J»i
|>et U "ii Hip prep'-n—of -.ein^ uddlfssi#4 H'lbllilire in
tlic stoai oil "i b«MVi.-l.,er ■•.mpjiltl-trrieii. ,nn-ter ill
lim li'po-i, nrnl tint llollu'vti*! I'tlli run ix[i'I citlier
Hflb ,-vi md ripritl li.li, Xbty cone til - nt— in it .ur-
prlslnf dvynw 1'iirittlt.r, ullaruatlvl, ri*."ilii I'it nnd
«lreniiilic.,ii.tj uHlll;ef', iiii'l thin exurt etvr i v.-ry In-
t?rnat or.an tt.» Whole.oaiclv coulroltliit; n lla III* lu
iieccmiy f. r «iitelaliij,' exo-.fllvc ■clitin lu tlio human
frniro. Il'liitv y1.na-.'ktue rosy tit ailvmitniiieulty
taken ni a ineant - f kci-t'but tlm liljoj j'Uia and tlie
tludy cnnl—IIih on'y St.- •.'-■■».:- plan of III ci'.iinoi
heu tli in yeu'h, lu mil > -.1, au I "lit ai;e.
New   Atlvcrtisriitf.'iils.
Yorkshire   Haean!
E=c Royal Tar,
For Iftlfl by
b'KLL k CO.,
1^20 Vales ftrtfet.
FOPl      S^A-LE,
*   C.(1(J '^lARE (IN FOAL), V'lTIt VEAIl-
1\   Uiik  colt   by   her   side.    Will  work in
single ur double harness.
Apply at the
Office of the Evening Te"egraph>
LANGLEY STRKKT. se 0
For 9 ale £z Camden,
Bostrttrr, Backer, and .tn-h'o-lu: a Dltlers,
Cretan Cider In bbls. and ties,
floral hi ranks, half-tasks and eases,
Santrme mid California White Wine,
French tleobul 91) o.l\,
Fug;. «lltjuul, l.'itmiu and  Bollcn^er Ilinm-
pafiir,
Ind  In   l»ore  nn   assortment  or  Itrnih
and Liquors mll.ible lur the I'rade.
nt-.ii- Depot of Havana Cigars.
se r,
KliilKMi TIIOMAS,
Villus strei-t.
UNANIMOUS
NOMINATION!
OK
Deluge Engine Company
KOR
SSlSllllll
E n g i n eei',
T. J. BURNER
LIST OF ARRIVALS
At the Mount Ararat Hotel during thc months
of June, July, and August, 18(1(1.
June—His Excellencv Governor Kennedy, Mr
William A G Voung, Mr. Benj W
Pearse.
July —Messrs Jns Wilcox, F Dnpray, .his Reerl
Macadam, John IJiind. Louis Philpot.
V W Alwood,.! R Ford, F, S Hutch, Sir
Jas D ug'as, D Fraser, IS S Wbi ting-
ham.
Augti-t—H E See'ye, W E Stronaeh, J
• Robertson Stewart, Tb'os L-tt Stnl-
schmid , Roht Burnaliy ; John Xichn'-
son, M M Titus, F W Green, Henj \V
I'eane, Acting Surveyor General, R
Homlray, H O Tiedeinaun ; James Mc-
Cutchan; Win Denny, Wm Wilson,
Joseph Hilton, U D uiiilj; Kcai cth Mc-
Kenzie, Jr, Wm li McKenzie, David B
Blair, (.-has Redeem, Chts Kent.
Se 4 lm
New AilvirtiR. in. utg
OLYMPIA OYSTERS
IN   KVKKY  STVLB  AT
A.   W.   PIPER'S,
AND   lilt
Best Welsh Kurd/its
ON     IHE    ISLAND.
 MJ9   	
NOTICE.
ILL HKBSUXS HAVING CLAIMS
.1 iipa.ii:l ihe undersigned nre requested tu
[ireseut ibcui within jo dny. f.-.un dale.
All persons Indebted to th - uuder»ii:ned are
reijiiesti-d ti Fettle their uccounti wilbin 30
Jiiys ether by note or otberwise, or they will
1 e g v.-ti tu my Attorney l'ur colic-lion, ai I
intend to 1 ave for Kurupe.
ie IB lm _ J, Uf. KtXStt.
FO"R     SALE
[ rfl WO   (IRUVKRi 11 A KE It HKWIXO
L     MACBIXES,    for   heavy   wotk;    ona
I Sincei 's Madiiue, Xo. 2, for  fine  and  heavy
work.
All ihe goods pcrtn in in-/ to the boitntM.
iiiciii'ling cotton goods, licking, pulu, and
uiher goods too nanieruus loo mention.
The  altori  will   be sold fur less Ihan co;t
within JO dayi.
Teiuis— Cash or approved X .tes.
—ALSO-
The entire I'ock of Crockery, Hnrdwart,
Ki.mil ure, Fancy Uuods, ic.. un tbu lama
terms us above.
All goods unsold after 30 duys will bo sold
at auction.
sc lu-lm J. W.   KEVSRR.
LINCOLN   HOUSE!
Car- Wnshington end Front sts,
PORTLAND, OitEGOX.
iv. r. MArmiE'isEi*,
Of   tho   St.   Nicholas   Ho'el,   Victoria,
HAVING TAKEN THE AltOVE HOUSE,
wishes to utinouuee to tie public that ho
is n iu ji cpiireil to accomodate guests lu a
s tisfactory matin r. No hii g will be left undone, which is in the power of the proprietor
lo do, to render guest! coinfurtitble.
Portland, August 21th, WW. se U
Dissolution   of Partnership.
NOTICE.
HE PAlUXKltSHIP IIEKKTOFOUE EX-
Utiug bettveeu Thomas Xupier Hibbeu
d James Carswell. under the name or firm
Hibben k Carswell, bas beeu this day disked by mutual consent.
Tbe ousiticss will in future be carried on
.Mr. T. .N Hibben, who wll pay aud rove ull money due to or owing by thc lata
u
Dated tbis 13th day of September 1800.
THOMAS NAIMKIt HII1IIEX,
JAMES  CARSWELL.
itiicss   lo  the  signature of Thomas Xapler
liibtien,
Gaoaoi Peaukks,
Solicitur, Victoiin, V. I.
ituess  to the Signature of James Carswell,
Uoiititr Bishop,
Solici'or, Victoria, V. I.
»« 13-lm     	
TJJS11VERSITY
WASHINGTON TERRITORY
'IM11S IKSTITUTIOS WILL RKOPKS 02C
1 tUe ITtb iDlt. l'upili of both sexes rc-
fi-ivc(i, who will be expected to furqllh their
nwn rooms, which nre provideil in scpnmte
Imihlingc, free uf clmr^e.
The   Kxpfii-i'   ol   lloiirdinf   »nd   Tuition,
wi hunt tacti|«ltills, will   not exceed S»o per
qonfter of 11 wetks, pnviible iu advance.
For lu ill. t'i ni:'. n in Hum) mlui t--s
KEV. GEO. F.  WHITWOBTH, ,
President.
Soottle, W. T., Sept. 1st, I860. sc 11
RED LION HOTEL,
GOVERNMENT STUEET.
rpHB   AliOVE-XAMEP    HOTEL   H.WIXO
1.   been I'pcued bi'
JOE      EDEN,
He will be   bsppy m  meet his  Irietnls  on nil
occasions, an    wi I furnish tbem with
lbe best of
Wine-j Liquors, A!e, Porter, &c-<
and l ierars-
BOAPvD AND LODGING PER DAY $1.
Dgy- Itngntelle unit Skiit'es.
Call nnd see the establishment.     JOE presides and keeps order. i« 10
Queen Charlotte Coal Mining Co.
(LIMITED.)
Notice   cf  Assessment.
VT A MEETING OF DIRECTORS OF T1"E
above Company held this day the following resolution was passed :—
'• That an Assessment of Sixpence netting
per Miare on A shares be now made, payable
to thc Secretary at the office of the ( ompnny,
ou or bef.'re ihe 29th inst., between the houri
of 11 A. M. and 2 P.M. daily."
J. S. WILLIS,
Corner Broad and Trounce its. \ g,creUrv
September 6th, 1866. )
7-ti .1llir»-llHIM'OII».
A Krievous illustration uf the liveliness
■ ml iiii|uinity of lirinui.iliiK'', even  in tlie
iieigliburhood of ihe capital o  Turkey, is
report.d from (jheive,   near   Ismidt.    A
f' w   weeks   iiu'o   a bniul, wliicli hns lung
liren the terror of Iho district,   ieiz"d   b
li'siling in in of thai village and held  him
to   ruusom   40,0l»0|>.   The   money   was
raised   and   luken   hy tlio brother of the
c iplivc to the spot indicated, but, instead
of the latter being *et free, the messenger
was himself seirwl  snd   a furl her sum of
the su ne   amount   dumnuded for his release, fulling which ii  was  intimated  by
the ruffians that both prisoners should bo
puttodea'h.    Thereupon the family set
the authorities upon   the   track   of   the
bard, anl a party of zeptiehs was sent in
pursuit.    Tho   brigands showed fight and
defeated their assailants, and on the following morning tbe mutilated corpses of
Ihe two brothers were found in the  principal street of Glieive.    From  Yaniim is
reported si ill greater outrages     A   band
which   hnd   been ravaging thnt province
for some months pnM,  recently  attacked
tiie vtllnire of Z-igori, nbout 12 hours from
the provincial capital, on the rond thence
to  Mottasiir,  and   literally   sacked   tho
place, killing tlm hien  nnd outraging the
women with a barbnri'y  beyond  precedent.
On thu evening of tho bottle of
Hudown, suvs tho correspondent of the
'Timet, an officer of ihe Zicllion Hussars,
who were lurwanl in Ihe pursuit, rode ns
fir as the gates of Ivoniggralz, nnd, finding there wero no sentries outside, rode
in ; the guard, Immediately ou seeing him
In Prussian uniform, turned out uud
(■ci/.1 d hiin, ulii'ii, with n ready pretence,
ho declared ho hnd como to dcmnnil Iho
i'npilnlnt:o:i of the fortress. Ho wus con
ducted to the commandant, nud mudo the
Mitiiu demand lo him, adding thnt ihe
town would bo bombarded if but surrendered within an hour; (ho commandant,
unconscious that be wus not dealing with
n legitimate messenger, courteously refused to capitulate ; but the Hussar was
conducted out of tho l£wn, passed
through the guard at thu entrance, and
got offsalcly without being mado a prisoner.
A Costly Wine—Tho  Tose  Rosen-
wine, in  tho  Iitiilik'ller at  Hicmcit, is
famous for its delicious llnvor and fabulous vuluo.    A single  bottlo of this wine
has cost tho  town more tl an  2,750,000
lix dulera, or nbout 10,(100 francs, so thut.
rt thc aamo rale, one drop of it is worth
1,400 frillies, or £50.    The financial  nc-
s-nrocy of this calculation is incontcslihle.
The wine iu question was bottled in 1021,
ut which time a ensk of it, containing 24
bottles,   cost  300  rix   dalcrs,  or jE48
Reckoning cellcrage, rlnly nnd interest, it
Is found that up to tho present dny one
cask  of this wine bas cost nonrly 600,-
000,000 rix dalcrs, and a single bottle the
price   mentioned   above.      During   the
French occupation of Bremen, Uie generals of tbo empire emptied a considerable
nnraber  of  the  bodies  containing   this
precious beverage, so that tho citizens of
Uremen maintain thut   their wine  paid
France a larger contribution than all the
towns of Germany put together,
A curious dispute lias recently arisen
between the members of the communal
council and the burgomaster of Dussuni
(Xoith Holland), tlie latter personuge
contending that the custom of smdteing at
the .sittings was imcontpuuble with the
dignity of the procetdings. Tlie members, however, having decided otherwise,
(he burgomaster made an appeal to the
Minister of tho Interior. The reply of
that functionary was favorable to tbe
councillors, and ss soon as it waa read
every one triumphantly drew out bil pipe
•nd commenced smoking.
The AIgerin journals announce that the
waters of tbe streams having become
poisoned by tho vast nsmber at locusts
which perished in them, have produced
at Medea and other points of the colony
a mortality amongst tbe entile.
New Advertinements.
ALICE   BROWN'S
FANCY   TWIST
SMOKING TOBACCO
JUST RECEIVED AT
A..   F.  KEYSER'8,
Together wi'h some Hue
HAVANA CIGARS DIKECT.
Misi'ell.iiii'iiiis.
**~m
Jesse  Cowpcr,
Alio on hand
Wine Sip. Peach. Apricot. Mary's Own,
Light Pressed, Natural Loaf, Buffalo
Tongue, and Atlantic Cable
Tobacco-
JUST RfiCBIVBD   PER  BARK  RIVAL
A Fine Assortment of
Meerschaum   Pipes.
Call and examine.
ie 5-lm
Mi cellancous.
LTTIMIIBEPt
LAItflF,   ASSORTMENT   OF   ROUGH
A
Victoria, V
J. ROBERTSON STEWART.
1„ 20th August, 1800. se 23
JSTOTIOB,
MARTIN    BROS.,
IMPORTERS  OF
Groceries and Provisions,
FIllEPKOOF BUILDING,
L.VTKI.Y OCCUPIED RY L'HOTEI.IER k Co,
■WHARF       STREET.
se 0
Ihe Only Sure Way to Save the
Country I   a
IS TO PATRONIZE
CAMERON'S  ISLAND   PRODUCE
ZMLAJRKET,
18
Ho
Fort
street,   opposite
boarding-house.
Mrs.   Heel's
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
BOOTS AND SHOES,
LEATHER,
—AND— •
SHOE    FINDINGS,
YATES   STREET,
OPPOSITE WELLS, FARGO AC
At the old stand of Webster k Co., i <
prepared to supply the wants of tie
public in his line.
The Latest Stvlas
Reeeived hy every arrival from Enilm f
and San Frnnrisro. M 9
Everett's Exchange,
STORE  STREEf,   V. I.
I HE PROPRIETOR IIF..SPROTFU1.1.T IN-
I form* hu friend! anil Ihe ;.»blic ti.et he
lit! opened hii old Hand in Store itreel, where
he will keep »! before tins finest quality of
WINES, LIQUORS, and CIOARS.
Come and see.
!e :»-!m       PAT. EVERETT, Proprietor.
Misccllancw.
WILLIAM   LYONS.
- asd—
Commission      Agent,
On the Corner of
Wharf and Johnson Streets*
ie 3-2m 	
A   Triumph    of    Science
THE  LIGHT   OF   THE   WOULD
i.,JLMII.IRS AND HOTEL KEEPERS WILL
1? Iind always on hand fresh, chimp, uud
good
Island Vegetables and Fruit,
Island Fish and dame of all lotts,
Inland Eggs and liuttcr,
Island Veni-on cut to order,
Island Poultry, 4c., ke., ke,
N. R.—I hereby mnkc known to the public
that, having made arrangements with certain
island farmers to sell their produce, 1 am
from this date prepared to sell cheaper than
any Chinaman peddler that ever ate rice—
So walk on, John I"
August niti, iK'iti. ie 17-lm
FACTS ts- tHEOEIES.
" Give tne a place to rest my lever on,"
says Archimedes, " and I wjll movo tbe
world." " Give mo pure and unadulterated
drugs," says .Medicus, of the olden time,
"and I will care disease."
Io ,ne seme, both of these learned pandits
were the veriest charlatans. They knew there
w« no place to rest their lever on, either to
move the world or cure disease. Methnnism
wns ia a backward state, nnd the medical pTp-
fession tens but anothci name for sorcery,
und ull the adjuncts ef mugic filters and
clnrms o' lbe " evil eye," ke.
Bul these latter days hnve borne unto ns
something more than even snperstiiion and
its ere* ever dreamt of iq their maddest phi.
Insophy. In these days of practical science,
what was theory uf yesterday Ir fact to-day,
and all the old lime notions become as babbled
in the snn, and burst and break wilh every
breath we draw.
Let Archimedes shonlder his lever and we
will find a resting place for it to move the
world. Lei mine ancient Medicus pant and
toil oo more for the drugs he so sorely needs,
for ve have them nt oar btn%- ever ready to
aerve them nt his heck.
Refined in Ihe laboratory of Dr. Manuel
Ihe finest materials known In Ihe n.edicnl pro
fension are obtainable by any one. Hii
liillious, Dy-pcptit, "nil Diarrhte.i Pill* stand
■arfl jlled, «..d Iii* Salve operates with magical effect upon hums, scald-,and all sores and
ulcers of the skin.
Iu fact, we lliiuk ViGfliKL's Pills and Salv
are Ihe wo 'der of thi' eentnry, nnd we nre
nippy in the thought that many other! of our
brelhr u of the cralt agree wilh us. We would
earnestly counsel ihnt all families provhle
Ihemselves w.th l>r Maggiel's Precaution! at
one, nnd keep thein ready at hand, ro ai ">
use them at the mo't opportune t:mc and as
occasion serve.— VaSe* S'ntinel.
\%e,
HERMAN
SHULTZ,
Dis Well Known aud Old Established
Stund
Tin Government st, Boot Store,
Has jiut received  per iteamer
A   FINE  ASSORTMENT  OP
Ladies' and   Children's   Shoes,
Which hu offers at a very low price.
Receive! by each steamer from  England and
San  Franciico
BOOTS     Sc    SHOES
FINEST  AND BEST QUALITT,
FRENCH   LEATHER,
—AMD—
SHOE    FINDIXtGtS,
At prlcei to correspond with the time!.
ie 12
li
The "Grotto,"
OPPOSITE THE TBLEGRAPII OFFICE.
For n glass of choice  liquor go to the
" Grotto,"
There " noni but thi best '' yon  will
find is thc niutto.
Mint Juleps Sherry Cobblers—everything
cooling ;
Come ye that do thirst, you will find its
no fooling.
set
CARRIAGE  FAINTING
IN  ALL ITS BUANCUES,
Yate3 Street
Between Deluge Engine House
and the International Hotel.
Work   solicited,  aid
reasonable terms by
ie 2-lm
done
W. M.
>n   the mosl
KEOllAS
DR. MAGGIEL'S
PILLS   & SALVE.
Tli*** h'ft'ttv'nfr, r*mm)!** ar* itoit, for the fir t
tt'ic, g vn i pnM civ to th w r 'I K»r over a>|umtcr
•■fa < en in ry Ol prl.at ■ practice tin? iiigreilL Hi* in lime
Life-Giving Pills
R.il'V » u«H with the nre if" t wren*. Tlt'lr
mintl'ti il it tony in i r»vcnt <ii-%n\hut tn nire
They ft roll n*i 11* rarinxt Mfthdltl by * h oh tlir
(Mttcnt ii* mtfi'.-inc mM to iivi(t'ir;i'ci t • »i|ln;
piytifm. T th*1 nr«'l anil infirm a .ew Anno*, of UltM
valuable 1'IL.S will, rove tube
A VERY FOUNTAIN OF YODTrf,
F t In fr»r ■ ea*e t'-ey nAA new life aO'l vita'lty, nr>A
r-tirr Ihf m ni ge \trgle.< to their i rUline • mi«. T
the K'liii,' mi nn dl ■ tgeA they will pr*ve niopt in
Vrtln Hv, ii* a mi y, ■pediflc and iter in/ medicine,
•fe la a iltf>ain malized, tlut I* 'iice-dolrfnn kmir'i
for three hundred vrar* a^o. and never fimiiii. |l«
look-d tor it t m-tain that woald rector* the old f<
\igor and make youth ever
An Eternal Spring:!
It wai kfl fnr thii -liy and hour tn ffftt'M the dre«m.
and «how in onegloriom f..ct the majic that u.ade
it fair.
THESE  FAMOUS  REMEDIES
Cannot it v tli Hi.-hi nfyttttt, hut they can force back,
nn- In ltd »limi,df»«am'i hat ml It trl mph ovmt tne
an <l and the yriuii<. 1-ei icite he«(tale tlivn, bu
v> ii" the i'av..rnblu U( pnitunitjr tbat offer*. When take-
m pre«c ibrd—
Fcr Blllloua Disorders
Nothing ceo U mum p-oduet|p« of our< than thtan
I'ilU —Pioip almoMt m g\r iud jence is felt et o et;
nnd ihe iifiual ei>nc miuni« <-f ihN ni it dUtr«>i»inf(
dlMiM nr-- rrmjvud. thtsft rtmidiea aro wad* from
tha |'i,reii
TEGETAIILE COMPOUNDS.
Th -y wilt not barm th* mnrt delicate female, and
ca i b* ti •n with t<x>d effect ia prescribed d*s*a to
theyonniett babe.
For Cutaneous Disorders
And all era-tl"** «f ihe*kln,the SAU'K it mo-t in
valuable. It does a t heal < ifernally adm , but pene-
tnitei with the mini h archlaj rff en to the very foot
ef.haevU.
DR. MAGGIEL'S PILLS
Invariably cure the following Diseases
A thm%,
B'Wvl Cemplaintv,
Coniths
tuUdti
L'lirM Dl eniea,
UuttiVflltfM,
I). >pi i»aln,r
Uianh-a,
XWmtf,
DtfuilKy,
.  - >"evcr and \gi \
Pemalernmplaint-,
tieailache,
lndir illon,
lllft'MM   It.
liidamm trnn.
In ward vv..aknp«»,
Id rr On«{dai: t,
I.owi.e-* ofSi'irit*,
illvfrwnrm,
Kheumat am,
tiall Menm,
Scalds,
tJkln Diwrnte*.
tfkXf XOTICR.—"one neirine wfthnnt the  cnirrnvrd
trademark ■rn-md c*t*fc j»nt or  l*it signed b\ nil. J.
•lAt.Ol   I,, 43 Fulton itrtet; hsw i i»ik, lo count«rfe t
whi h i« frlnnv.
t^tT Sold by ill re»pectnhle R-'alen in ^'edirinfi
tliniiwli-nt the United S au-a and Camda—at 1., cent*
per'MK or |vt.
A. C. Langley & Co.,
Agents for Vancouver Island and British
Columbia.
NOTICE !        NOTICE !!
I .iKOM THIS DATK THK USDERSHJNED
1 )ms crmcliidfd to reduce bif price ONE-
HALF ; nml herenfter the
FINEST WINES AND LIQUORS,
ALE,   HEEK,  &c, ke.,
Will bo served nt the
'METROPOLITAN"
At TWELVE AND A HALF CENTS
per Biimple.
Tlie public wi'l pletue cull anil siimplo, nml
sntial'y tli-maclveg thnt thc very best is to bo
had in the above price.
T. J. I'.URNES,
Metropolitan Saloon, Storo street,
nu 2G
A. & W. WILSON,
Home and Ship Plumbers
CASFITTER8,
BELLH1NGERS I TINSMITHS
FOUT   STRKET.
til order* promptly all»nd*e «•
ic] .
CHARLES    BERNARD,
Manufacturer and Dealer in
FAMILY CHARTRES COFFEE.
And 8plcc« of all kind*.
No. 707, Sansome street, corner OM,
Between iatbtm mi P»ciie.
First Premium awarded be the Mechanic* Institute, for the best C»fss and Spiees.
The proprietor having iniro4»ced titetm
Power in his Jlnnulnctory, ha mow increased
fncililiet to supply the trade nnd Ihe public ia
Reneinl. All articles Irom his Eslahlishmeiil
are Kiinranteed to be pn c nnd unadulterated.
Tbe public Hre respecting invited to call and
convince themselves Co.untry orders promptly
attended to. ,e •
TOBACCO PLANT
AEEIVAT, OF ANOTHER CARGO FROM
Virginia & Cuba,
^VIA   ASriNWAI.r.,
or the Hast   Celebrated Brands or
TOBACCO   &   SEGARS
EVER IMPORTED
Snmplcs can 1. ■  hnd at  the " JlllKI.I'H',"
corner Vines nnd Uovernmenl streets.
Arrival of a few mor e Plants
by tlie "California."
ttjg* Office of C. P.  Green's  Victoria
and Esquimalt Exprcsd.
r. CiJIPBKI.1.,
se 2 ADRLPHI SEOAR STdRE.
BRITISH    PERIODICALS
The London Quarterly Review (Conservative)-
The Edinburgh Review (Whig)
The Westminster Review (Radical)
The North British Review (Free Church)
— AND—
Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (Tory)
Th« fair Reviews re-piililiihcl hy Mei.ru. Pcutt tt
Co., tt. general y en ilrinrrd nn tin' llrekt R-viawr,
■na  nUrkwniid   hu l*ecn j inly  I'Uced In tlir Hiiia
rank. Wlidfv^r .li«,.n'i e. wnli r nd.iu I'll lioiti'Mi. uf
thliela«f, vrh.tovtr mnv in-In. "■iinral liifarmitlna,
will •o.ii be ullt.v'.'lti.-r l.rlnii.l the time in wliirti lie
liven—nnd In those limri a pir-o . mny ntiotl fet vrty
fnr i.'-liin I. Tht.y mny tie .,-..] and atudleil witli an-
vanla..n hy Ihe peo|il« ol thin eointry, et' every creed
aud natty,
Ur HI.ICKWOOn ll iKininall' attraeliva nt Hit.
tit'"' tn AniTii mis, nni .mlvf.r It. ..ti I artieiea by
ili.tfnitniili-«l writers nf flrtl n, but for .|ia aeenunl nf
tlie la* civil w r now hainn wi.tioi l.y Oil, ton
Borlce, ade'tnanoffieer, cliirf. t-htalt to Oen. J. E. ti.
Inert, of tha Confederate armv.
TERMd   FOR   18«8.
For anyone of tht Beviewn fl per annum
Kor ant twobf Ihe Reviewn.....„,..„....... I M
Fir any three or the Iteviewa 10 "
Forallfonr nf the Review. |2 ••
F.ia lltaekwo'd'a Kuiln  4 "
Fur Illnckwood and .me Revl w  7 "
For llln kwi.chl nnd any two of tho  Re-
vl-wi JO ii
For HaokWON and three of tho ltevlew<«..13 *
For UUckwond and ihe four Kcvlewa IS »•
CLUBS.
A Alirnnnt nt twenty percent, wilt he a'In we it lo clulm
cf four or more patan*. Thiib, fmir c piri( of
Hlnrkwmd. or ofonn I evlew njll be Kfiit to one tut-
dress or ftI2 W>. Four cpipi of tlie four Keviewn and
Itiiickwood. f»r(48, and so ou.
FOSTAGE.
When rent by mail, tile I*o.t.\iik Io nny pnrt nf the
UtUltd t lei will be llttar.-nt -lour cent, a year fnr
" l-ArKwonn," and but etglit centa a year fnr each of
the U.vicwa.
Re 'need Prices for previous years.
S'ltnerlbern may obtain ihe R<'pvlnW immediately
piec.-.liiig I8rtl, at folh'Wi, vil. :
lllo,■':, ./ fmin S I'li-m'.er.  18 'i. to December, I8G5
incliiiive, at the rate of fi SO a year
The Xnrth British from .Iinnnry, 1863, lo Peeember,
lunive; tlie BlitliurijA nnd the tVtttttlnntr Ir. in
t-BS,
p II. 1864, t" Ilernnie', Js6''. inelu.ive. ami tbe
I/mrlrm qimrUrln Tor the yenr 18 S, at Ihe rate of Jl .10
n y"nr lur eacli or nny   evl w.
tar- A l>w 0'ipien yet rem .In of all Hie four Iteiietc,
tor Hot  l f I ;i net, or 11 tO for any one.
LKONARD   SCOTT   &   CO.,
Publishers, 38   iruMer Street, N.  Y-
L.?. fcCo., niw publtih the
FARMER'S C3-XJIIDB
By Rim PTtrna.vs. «f Edinhurjh. nnd the
NiikTi.v, , l y,|f , „nn„     o v„|,.   Bnja, Oil
twrei.ni d numetnm  Biijrnvlnta-
P'lee fl for the two eu'-ime—by Mall, poll  pild,
s* ™ >« 9
THE  ONE  THING   WANTED.
HOLLOWAY'S TILLS.
In.cJ. P.
nvo,   1C00
The Blood.
These fnraons pills nre so compnseil thn
tliey operute wholesomely on the slomnch, tho
lircr, the bowil", nml other organs; by eorreet-
inn nny derflii|ieiiienu in their fnncllom
whereby n sternly stqiply of pure muter in Is lor
the renewal ol Ilie Blood is lurnisbrd, nml •
constant abstraction ol effete products is ef-
leetuil. Thii perfect circulation thus becomes
the very foualiiin ol health and lile, and oTer-
comes all form of disease wherever lis situation.
General DlHordem of Ilie Liver
and Stomach.
All who ever indulge a* '.able, either fn eat»
'nt? or ilriiikinp, sliould tnkoahoiit ten of th«s-
fitmoiis pillsat bed time, from which will reo
suit it clear lienil and good stomach the ft II w-
inp nioiiiiiiff. Thonsitiids of Ladies are nl-
ivnys bbniplttlnltrg ol Bick headncbei, want o
nppeliiii, want uf em-rut, and want of siranRlh,
to cotrcci all these evils, ihree or fiat ol these
I'-ll.i should be taken Iwiee a week, wben Ihey
would (jive the invalid .ne health ami appetit*
of a p'oughman.
Feinalca or all Age* and Claairait
Ohstrnciions ot any kind, either in young
or those between forty and lifty--ih ■ mosl crit-
ienl peiiod of life—may be radically remo."d
hy usinif these Pills nccordlng to ilie printed
directions whieh accompany each bni. Young
persons with sickly and sallow compleiioat
may have the bloom of health restored by thi?
corrective, wlich purifies the blood and expels ull groes and impure humors from ihe<ys-
tfin. Ucivaru then of Ihe critical age Iron
Forty to filly, ns it sends ninny ilmiisiiiuls lo
premature grave,—these I'ills should be take»
It that period ol lite two or tbree tinea »
veek
Want  of Strength and Energy.
Persous of sedentary habits, or those troubled in mind, working in Factories or Coal
Pits, who cannot obtain that amount ol fresl.
air and exercise which nature requires, suffer
from wenknesn and delilily, lowness of spirl',1
and want of appetite. All such should take *
lost or two of these Pills erery ihree or font
days, as ihey act gently and effVelnnlly on tho
system and impart vigor nnd energy to iho
body, wbich is always followed by a good
appetite, sound and refreshing sleep, and a
high flow of spirits.
For the Cure of Dropsy.
The effic cy of Holloway's Pills In Dropsy
is eitraordinary. Tbey act with such a peculiar effect upon Ihe system, tbat tha fluids
causing this direful complaint, are pereeptibl
carried off and prevented from any further
accumulation. The snflerer regains a buoyancy of spirits and rejoices in a completely
renovated coustitution. It is indispensably
necessary thst the Ointment should bo moat
effectually rubbed into tl.e complaining parta
during the whole course of treatment.
Children and their aiiiim ntr
In no country in the w;orld nre more children
enrried to nn early grave lhan in Great Britain.
Ceuphs, Measles, Scarlatina, Fevers, and other
Jiseases attack Ihe little sufferers, ar-d death,
but too often, follows at a rapid pace j yet If
at lbe first slii|_»c ol these complaints, parenta
were to hnve recourse to Holloway's Pills, all
danger would bc ainiiled for the stomach
and bowels wouH ne gently bul effectually
cleansed bv this miltl aperient; ihe depraved
nnmors rorroctea ann tnesecretions duiy regulated. A perfect cure wonld *oon be el-
fected, and tbe '.'ttle patient restored to sonn*1
health.
Holloway' PI. i Ml tbs best known remedy la tk
world f*st tbo following distosos:
fold at the Fntnbllnhment of I'mlcnnnr llnltnway, Sll
.-Urntid, (near Temple Bar.) I. n.lon ; als- by all reaped''
aide Drutrirln'l anil I)«-atn» in Mc irinrn I l.rnuehoiit tha
eivUizcl world, at the lollnwini.' piieee— 1., !#., 3. Hi.,
I«. Gd., 11a., 22n., and 33*. each box.
Female  Irregular-
lite.
Fever of all kind.
Flte
•lout
Head Aehe
Indiffe.ttov
Intlnminatlon
Jaundice
l.iver Complaiatn
Lumbago
files
Kheumallnai
ite.cnliou of L'rfne t
Asue
Asthma
Billinui. Con-plaint'
th'
Bl»l»chea
skin
Onw-t-l complaints
Colics
Constipation of thr
IIiiw-Ih
Cmis'tmi lion
Dolii ily        ••
Dropsy
DysenlrT
Er)ai|wlas
•a* Ttierc is a considerable taring by taking the
trflrr sizes.
i'irecti'-ns for tbe pnldt nee of patients In every dl-ier
der are alllxed to encli box.
Printed nnd Published by McCmnr AO. at
the office, Lttnjrley Street.
^erofti'aorKinr e
Evil
sore Thrratp
■lone and Grave
■^eoonilarjr £ytnp>
tnms
'lc.I>ntoTeex
Tinuora
Ulcere
Vei.crral       afoe
lions
Worms    of   a
kinds
Weakness      Irons
whatever rsnae

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