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VOL. 1.
VICTORIA,   VAJVCOUVER   ISLAND,   THURSDAY   EVENING,   8EPTEMBKB   13    1866
MO. 63.
TUB
"EVENING TELEGRAPH,"
i-uniiWiKD
B7erv   Evening at  4   O'clock,
(S.it.rday and Sunday erenings excepted.)
ALSO .Vliliv
SUNDAY    MORNING I
TKIIMS UF  DUBSClllPTION I
ir Ann'iir, In advmici-, by mall,	
Ft .ix mnuthi	
fvr W-elt(|>nyiil,le to fHrrmr,	
l!i/lt-l."| le.	
.no uo
.     II llll
28
10
New  Advertisements.
For terms of Advertisement apply at the
Office. Landey Street
Miscellaneous.
A Romantic SioriC.—The arrival at
Paris of lbe Gorman poet, philosopher
uud patriot, Gottfried Kinkel, has reminded a correspondent Ilu n- of an
adventure of the stormy time) of 1848 in
Germany, in wliicli KinKel, and (Jar!
Suhurz, well known in this country as
soldier, politician and journalist, were en—
(rii)?ed. When the revolatioti broke out
Kiukel was a professor, and Sc.'mrz, then
not twenty years old, a student ut Bonn,
Until took prominent parts in the struggle, both were cup lure I, tried and sentenced, tbe professor to imprisonment at:d
hard labor for life, and the student to be
shot. Scburz escaped across the French
frontier, but coulukuot Teave his friend
and teacher in his dreary eonlineincni.
He disguised himself in ttiqt ami returned
to Prussia as un oigunjjriiidur, begging
his breul by day, and visiting the friend*
of liberty ut night, aud thus travelled
many hundred miles, only to Iind that
Kiukel's prison hud been changed, uud
that he wus confined in the fortress at
Hpaudau, Sclmrz now changed his tactics, and bad recourse to stratagem.
Lite one night a carriage, escorted by
four dragoons, drove through Spandnu to
the fortress, and un officer in the umlorrii
of a colonel of the royal guard delivered
fo the director a letter beuring the olliciul
seal of tho Minister of the Interior at
Iieriin It ordered him to send '.he prisoner Kiukel ut once in charge of the
licarcr of tbo letter, lo the citadel of
Madgi-bonrg. Is itikel wus awakened,
securely ironed nnd plucctl in the carriage-
It traveled rapidly ull night, the escort
of the dragoons and the magic words 'ihe
KingB service,' insuring prompt relays of
horses everywhere. In the morning tbe
prisoner was taken out, nud found himself
not at another prison, but on the sea
shore, close Under ilu- guns of an English
vessel, to which he wns Immediately
trun->ferred. On Iter dink he found his
wife and children, and in the colonel who
had borne him awny, b-j recognised bis
friend and Curl Suhurz in a new disguise.
The dragoons, it is needless to say, were
confederates in the plot. Kiukel bus
sinco resided in England nnd Frttncc,
uuable to rovisit bis own country ; but
Carl Schurz has since then been back nt
leisure aud without disguise to his birth—
place, unmolested by any one ; for
although a condemned felon, he was a
diplomatic representative of one of the
most powerful of nations, and bore as his
safeguard a commission signed by the
President of tho United States—A. Liu-
oolu.—Boston Advertiser.
FACTS vs. THEORIES.
LIST OF AIIRIVALS
At the Mount Ararat Hotel during the months
of June, July, uud August, 1800.
Juue—liis EzetUeney (lovenior Kennedy, Mr
William   A   U   Yuung, Mr.   Beuj   W
Pearse.
July—Messrs Jns Wilcox, F Dupray, Jns Reed
Macadam, John Dand, Louis I'hilpot,
F \V AlwoodjJ It Ford, K S Hatch, Sir
Jas Douglas, I) Frajer, E S Whiitlng-
liaiu.
August—II R Seelyc, W K Stronach, J
Kuherison Stewart, Thos Lett stal-
selimidi, llobt. Ilunml.v ; Jobu Jflohol-
•on, M M Titus, I' \V Green, Uenj W
Pearse, Acting Surveyor General, It
Iliiuil'ray, If 0 Ticdmuaun ; James Mc-
Cutehaii ; Wm Uennv, Win Wilson,
Joseph Hilton, It 1) and J; Kenneth \lc-
Kentie, Jr, Wm B Mclvenzie, David II
lilalr, Chas Hediern, Ulus Kent,
se 4-lm
Snorborg  &  Eueff,
COMMISSION   MERCHANTS,
Importers and Wholesale Deale-s in
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS,
i  Uobtm, and. Shoes,
Whirf street. Victoria, V. 1. se 9
"Give ma a place to rest my lever on,"
snys Archimedes, "and I will move the
world." ''Give me pure and unadulterated
drags," says Medicus, of tha oldeu time,
11 and I will cure disease." -
In cue sense, both of these lonrn'd pundits
Were the veriest charlatans. They knew there
was up place to rest their levor on, either to
move tho world or cure disease. Mechanism
Was in a backward state, aud the medical profession was but 'another name for sorcery,
and all tlie adjuncts of magic filters and
clmruiJ of tbe " H-ll eye," tie.
Bat tbese latter days have borne unto ns
something.more tban even superstition and
its crew eter drenmt of in their maddest phi.
losophy. hi these days of practical science,
What was theory of yesterday ir fact to-day,
and all the old time notions become as bubbles
in tbe sun, and burst aud break with every
breath we draw.
Let Archimedes shoulder his lever and we
will find a resting place for it to move the
World. Lit mine ancient Medicus pant and
toil no note fot the drugs ho so sorely needi,
for we bave them at our baud, ever ready to
serve them at bis beck.
Refined in the laboratory of Dr. Magtlel,
ihe finest materials known In the iuedical profession are obtainable by any one. His
Blllious, Dyspeptic, aad Diarrbcea Pills stand
Unrivalled, and his Salve operates with magical effect upon burns, scalds, and all sores and
ulcers (if the skin.
Ia fact, wc think Maoohl's Pills and Salv-i
are the wonder of this century, and we are
happy in the thought that many others of oar
brethren of the cralt agree with hs. We would
•aruestly counsel that all /tmiliee .provide
themseJWs with Dr Maggiel's PrepaWtions at
once, and kaep tbem ready at hand, so as to
use them at the most opportune time and as
oocwiw serves.— Valley Senttntl.
—OP   TUB—
EUREKA CONCERT ROOM
limit THK HMMUUOT OF MRS. QDIEUH.
T^HIS MOST FAVORITE AND FASHION'.
■*■ able place of amusement having bren
entirely re-decorated will re-open This Evening nt 8 o'clock. Mr. Ned Reed, the famous
Biinju Player will be iu atiendance to amuse
visltlrs *itH'his minstrel Songs. At,tlie Bar
the Rest pf case Liquors and Havana Uigurs
Hill Jbe dispensed.
O^iai «very-(Evening at 9 o'clock, admission
free. auS4
FASHION   HOTEL
AMD
Concert   Room,
The only Place of Amusement in
Town!
rplIB  UNDERSIGNED HAVING LEASED
I   these  well   known establishments, begs
leave to announce that they will be*
Re-opened on Saturday, July 28.
Tlie former Billiard Ha'l has been converted
into a Concert Room,-where may always bo
found attentive and obliging iiitendai.ts.
Rest qualities  of Wines, Liquors, aad Cigars served by the proprietor in person.
' CIUS. BROOKS.
SSif Anjusaion Faun. nu 86
-—. 1     m
DR .   POWELL   HAE
Surgery and  Resident
DOUGLAS  AND
(near Fort).
Urriua ttotJBI—0 „V.
P. 11. to 10 P. M,       \
August 33.
HAS   REMOVED IIIR
ce to tbe corner ot
liKOUGHTOX   STBBBTS
M.  to   12   M., and  H
NEW   WESTMINSTER
GAME   DEPOT,
YATES   ST.,
Next door to  the corner of Government,
opposite Zeluer's Drug Storo.
IHE SUBSCRIBER HAVING MADK AR-
1
parties the prodii -c of the Island and tountry
wiil be prepared to furnish
Game,
Fish,
Fruits,
Poultry,
Eggs    and    Vegetables,
Each  and all in  tlieir season, at tbe lowest
prices.
JAMES   ALLEU.
au 31-Im
Oriental Restaurant,
YATES   STREET,
In connection with the Oriental Hotel.
mHIS   ESTABLISHMENT   IS   OPEN AT
X   ALL HOURS OF THE DAY OR N1UHT.
THB    TABLE
Will be furnished with the best the market
alfords.
Breakfast,
Dinner,
Snpper
At moderate prices.
Oysters   in   every   Style.
Private Rooms for-sm ill or large parties.
Call aad judge for youreelves.       to 30-lm
New Advertisements.
"ROUND THE CORNER"
IS THE NA.ME OF THE
3XTE-W    SALOON
JUST OPENED IN
Lnn«l4>y   Street,   round   the
corner from Yates street,
In  the  building  formerly occupied   by   the
Suloon of Ehkbiiaiidt's IIotil.
The  Saloon  has  beeu   tastefully   refitted,
aud will bo supplied wilh the
Ti-ir:
Miscellaneous.
FIRS T
Wines
QUALITY   OF
and  Liquors.
The proprietor respectfully invites the public lo cull "ROUND THE CORNER" and
judge for themselves.
OOVBBKIINT   STIIKEr    EICTIIANCE — NEXT
door lo the Telegraph Office,
au 29 J.iC'OII    HERKIMER.
EVENING TELEGRAPH
Ihe Only Sure Way to Save the
Country!
IS TO PATRONIZE
CAMERON'S   ISLAND   PRODUCE
MARKBT,
No.   18   Fort   street,   opposite   Mrs.   Heal's
Hoarding-bouse.
"TUMlI.IEfi AND HOTEL-KEEPERS WILL
L find always on bund fresh, cheap, and
good
Island Vegetables and Fruit,
Island Fisli nml Game nf nil sorts.
Island E^irs nml Batter,
Island Veni-ini cul to order,
Island Poultry. .Mi . ke., kc
K. B.—I liere'iy in k I nown to the public '
that, havilift mild u ;tli  certain
i 81 ii mi fnreiers   to produce,   I  am
from tbis dat ■ p.. ell   cheaper llian
imiv I'liiiiiiiiinii    i ii.iinier-ttt rice—
"Ho walk on. John \'[ '
August i7tb, 18i;«. an 17-lm
J.   NAO-LE,
Shipping Mr ster and Commission
Agent-
pEBWS BUPPM8D AT THK SHORTEST
\J Notiee—Goodl entered and cleared at
the Cusioin House; Manifests, Charter Parties,
and Iii Is of Sale made out. Vessels bought
or sold.
f&y* Several' small Vessels for sale or
charter.
Okkiob—Bastion street, near the Police
linn-irks. nul 7
GENERAL
Job   Printing
E8TABLIHHH1EIVT
Langley Street^ Victoria,
The  Printing    Office
EVENING
TELEGRAPH
Offloe i« replete with every applia nee
and variety of Material for the
Execution of
LETTER PRESS   PRIRTHNi!
Iu ull its brunclioB, whether
Plain or Ornamental
'PHE OFFICE AIMS at securing
X each speedy Execution of orders as is
consistent wilh correct and elegant Workmanship.
Orders received for Printing
A
EX   FIDELITER
Choice Lot of Bacon
• lu-L   .Arrived.
For Sa'e by
P.   Gilligan,
8TOKK STREET.
LTJMBEE,
Vi.Aiitii: AssoRTimrf or rough
ami dii^-i-'l fi.r Mile eben|i,
J. RllliEllTSO.V .STEWART.
Victoria, V. I., 20tb August, 180(5. au 21
EXPRESS LINE STAGES.
i
|MIE 0OA0HBS  Ot
DOW run   regularlj-
THIS   LINE  W.;L
leaving   Yale,  H. C
IMondnjN,
MedncfMlajK,
And Frldayg,
AT 7, A. tt.,
FOR    HAVANA'S    FERRY
(Big Bend Rome), until the completion of the
read, irbetl the) « ill go to Savana's Ferry.
Tin- Coach for Cariboo will leave Yale on
Monday.
jy 1 F. J. RARVARD
THE OKKAT
KEMEDY
AUK.
OF   THE
HERMAN
SHULTZ,
His Well Known and Old Established
Stuud
The Government st. Boot Store,
lias just received per Btcamer
A   FINE   ASSOIITMEM   OF
Ladies'  and   Children's   Shoes.
Which he offers at a very low price.
Hooks,
Rusiuess Cards,
Pamphlet!
Invoices,
Catalogues
Rill Heads,
Sermons,
Trade Forms,
Reports
Circulars, (Plain
Rentals,
Coloured,)
Leases,
Hand   Rills. (Plain or
Law Forms ol
every
Coloured,)
description,
Receives by each steamer from  Kuglnnd and
.Sui   Francisco
BOOTS     SC    SHOES
FINEST   AND BEST QUAI.1TT,
FRENCH   LEATHER,
—AND—
SHOE     FINDINGS,
At prices to correspond with the times,
au 12
Victoria Turn Verein.
ALL MEMBERS OF THE AROYE IX-
stitution who wish to attend regular
practice, aro requested to be present on the
first Honda; in September, when clashes will
be formed commencing wilh the simplest ei-
erciscs, and going ttirouih ibe whole course,
CUAiiLES DECHE.NT,
au23 Turnwart.
3STOTIOE.
RING   MY   TEMPORARY   ABSENCE
at San Francisco,  my   brother,   Peter
Mattbiessen, holds rtiy Powrr of  Mtorney
Dated Hotel St. Nicholas,Government street,
Victoria, 14th August, 186C.
au 15 N. Q. MATTHIESSEN. ,
Dl
For Prices,   apply   ut the   Office.
Langley street.
General News Agent
J. Stratnian.
EMPIRE NEWS DEPOT
Cor. Washington & Sansome ■&•
Han l^riincisco.
rpBB ADYKRTISER il prepared to supply
X witb punctunlity and celerity tha Unified
newspapers and periodicals Vpon the following
terms All order?, to receive immt'iliate attention, muit be accompunied hy ca.>>h lemitiance,
nnd banded in previous to the 4th, 14th, und
24th of each month.
Loniiou Daily Time* $14 i»
Tlw Field  14 00
"       ll!ii»timt.'fi TiT"Pf..   w  ; no
**     vrevkir Timet      "oo
*       B*"H" Uf* f" I"n«lon 14 00
'       Werkh Dif|*teh 1' PR
**       III. IfewioftM Woilil H00
•*       Tublic Opininn   ' nO
1      Index  tKrwlrado)  1 ( on
"        111. .Sjwrtinf N«»n ,   S 00
"      gpectat.r  H tni
»       B,'-ipw   1400
«       Saturdnv K*tI«w 14 00
nuhn-»5»n»n...!  itoo
I/ib4o-i lll«*tr»ttfU News... H 00
AtUH'J  Monthl;  ?, 0>>
Bl»ckwomi>M»!rv*iiie   3 00
Hirp-r'nlUsaxin*...    ..   ..a S 00
Sixpenny MuRiiine,.. ....' 3 rui
Knickerbocker 3,"
l^cific V misty -•• 3 0u
t;,i.Wnl.-f.l'e* Book , 3 00
Mn*foal Hon ,»»„, 3 00
Continent*! Mainline s 00
M*dam IVnuim<t'«     onibJr ...4... 3 06
¥. Leilie'* new Family Hafixiue...,
ChAmVen' K-1inburfh numnl.,...
Mniilblr   pap«r», imi»i   Week...,
"        Ml tin Year Hound 5 0(1
TMeV'rav't Onmhtll M-isiine fiOC
I,..n4on   Lao««t B 00
;i. A   SalaV T-'-.'pi,   ltir 600
lrtii'lon Socit t v   Ma^-iiiDf r> 00
St. Jamet Matiaaine h 00
Edinburgh Rtvi.w 1000
London   Renn 10 00
North BrttlstaRvTleir 1000
^WlminMe rRfif*	
I oihIoq Art Journal liOO
Mioinj t%  Smelts? Utg 10 W
HOLLOWAY'S OINTMENT.
The   effect   ol  (lie    Ointment   on    the
Mystem
To the very co-e and centre of nil dJ9'a=es
which ntl'ect the human body, this remarkable
preparation peneiriites. It disuppears ucder
tbe friction uf the bands, ns salt disappears
when ruhbe'i u(ion tuent. The unguent perioral? its healing errand rapidly, snfely, uad
without piiit.. Simple eruptions, open sores,
hard tumors, fcrofulous development! of all
kinds, ahcesses, cancers, old wounea. and, in
fact, every gpeci-a of irifl:iinmation and sup-
puTatiop, whether in tte skin, the flesh, tbe
plun-.l-i, or among tbe muscles, can be arresteb
in ill destructive course, nnd permanently
cored without danger hy rubbing In this ines-
tfpisble Ointment.
Bad     1<< K-,   it ml    Hreails,",   Sun r,    and
[Titer**
In many Bospltftll in Kurope this celebrated
remedy is now used for the cure of old wounds,
torei; and ulcers; in Spain and Portugal, and
in many purls uf Italy, the first Physicians re-
regul&rly pmofibe its use. It ia a sovc:eigi*
remedy for bad breasll and bud legs; und likewise for all -ikin diseases. It is to he found in
t!.c clie-t of nearly every sailor, soldier, aud
-emifrratit.
iatfpiutliiietei   of   Voiilli ;—-Sore*   and
1)1 cera*
The above class of complaints is surely  re-
uoved   bj   olgbtly romenU^g the   parts witt
.nr witter, aod then by must effectually rub
Ding in tbia Ointment.   Pertonuuffatlngfrtih
these dlrtfbl complatnti abonld lose not a mo
ment in arret ting thatt progreia.   It should tn
ir deritood that it is uot sufficient merely to
imear tba * lintment ou tha affi eted ptrti, hui
n mail ba well rubbed in lor some considerate
1 ii 111- two or UiMfl times 11 daj . thai  it may ba
taken into tha lyttem, vrhanea it will remov.
only bidden sore or would   as   effectually   a*
■ though it W*w palpable to ihe eye.    Bread and
; vrataf poultieafli utter the   rubbing  in of tb.
j Ointment, will do great service.    This  ii  th^
j on^j-proper treatment for females in cases o|
I cancer ir. the stomach, or fur those wbo stifli*
J from a gaMfft] beuring don n.
Pile*. Fistula*. Slrlrtnrei.
Blotches, aaulsoswellings, can wilb certainty
j ba radically   cured   il tbe  Oirtmcnt be  used
' treely, and the I'ills be taken night and morn*
I inp as recommended in theprinied insirui liiona
Wben treated lo any other way these complainu
j w>1j dry up in one place to break out in an*
I  iiber ; whereas tl.i- Ointment will remove the
Junior from the system, and leave the patien
I \ vigorous and healthy being.    It will requin
.ime, aided by the use ol tne I'ills, to ensure
nstitig cure.
Dipt hi 1 in,    ir.*? « li it i~,   Soic   Tbroata,
Any  of the above class of diseases may be
-ured by well   rubbing   the   Ointment   ihree
•imefl a day upon the skin covering tho throat*
chest, and neck o( tlio patient.    The  unguent
will soon penetrate the pore? and give immed*
inte relief.    To allay  the fever and lessen tba
inflamation, eight or ten Pills shonld be taken
Bight and morning.    The Ointment will   produce perap!f*tion, which is   so   essential   for
remo-ing   fevers,  gore throats, and those op-
preaaioni   of  the    chest   which   arise   from
Aathn a, Bronchitis, and other causes.
Itotli   thr   Ointment and   I'llU   vlionld
lie   u*td   in  the   lolluwiug   Cases l
Pud I«vs
Bad Breasti
Meat
BuJionfi
t'iip ot Vetehrtnvi
and Sand-Fh«
OCO-lAT
rht«g(.-foot
Mblalai
. hnri't-d Hands
rnrn* (Cams) Rheiimatiim
Oatwere ^rsi.i-
ntractefl        and Sore Nipples
suit Jointa
K/eplmiituiiS
Kislulas
C-'ut
huvliilar     Swell
linn
mhsgii,
Tiles
re Throat
Sktn discas
Scurvy
S.re heads
Tumors
lTlcers
Wounds
Vsws
I
S0I1I st l' e Kplsl'li-jlirn'-nt ol rROFSBiM HoLLpWA
J44. .-tr«iid, rvtir Tempi*1 Bsi), Ixmdoa : also by a
.-wpectable TVuccist* umi IValeni in MMirlnes ihroogb
AUt tUe civilixed world, st the rol lowing prices li lWd
tW. 4» ed.. 11b., 22, ami 33s., each Pot.
%• There • a considerable Faring by taking the laiMi
tin*.
N/D.—Uirecti'ni f rllie miidiince tif Palfents  in   tTJ»
disorder are idl&cd lo each Pol. (Efreiriiig   (Tclcgntplj.
THURSO AY   EVENING.
-Tir -■*'•*"*■•   ■
SKPT. 13,   1866.
■ <■■■■ a\a*atttaa*a
COMMERCIAL
ilfTIOI    8AI.E    TO-MORROW.
J. A. McCrea, will sell, at Baleniouni, at 11
o'clock, a.m.,  uu a liberal  credit,   Rice   aud
Cm lioodi.
COHWOSBBI.
Per itmr ACTIVE from San Francisco—,
Caistmayou, Corhitiierc, Adaum, Mnaver, I tu '
Soon; k Uo, Cohen, Edwards, Newberry,
Cunningham Droit, llot-lier, Sur.ro k Co,
Bunnter, Howell, Stewart k Co. Luewi & Oo,
Xesbitt, Cro^sen k Co, McQuade, Stewart,
Wo Oa, Kwoug Lee k Co, unknown, Ilietz k
Nelson, Moorhead k Co, II II fo, Lingtey k
Co, Caire k (Jrancini, linker, Cowper, Brunt:,
Hibben k Carswell, Grcllev i Kitterre, Lewis,
ThomaK, Heathorn, Bullock, Brodrick, Rossi,
t.ewin k Anthony, Pu. O'bwyer, Wells, Fai-
tto k Co, Martin, Ferris, Phillips.
lillPDUTtt.
Per stmr AOTIVK from San Francisco—'.0
'figs cheete, 32 pl's butter, 1 pg huts, I pg
fancy goods, 2100 pgs rice, 54 pgs sugar, 1
ft merchandise, 1 pg vonnillion, 1 pg paint,
4 pgs rougs, 8 pg9 dry goods, C!) pgs hardware, 19 pgs ltationery, f>8 pgs hardware, 75
Jigs tei, 1 pg cigars. 0 pgs hops, 7!) pgs DUII,
130 hf sks llotlr, 213 pgs candles, flour, ke,
10 pgs white lead, 11 pgs opium, 20 pgj c&D-
xlles, 20 pgs provisions, 5 pgs iruii, ke, 4 pgs
diied melon", 80 pgs alcohol, candles, ko,
1010 qr sks flour, 24 cs drugs, 0 c-i shoe find-
ings, 10 cs honey, 10 cs boots and shoes, 4
pgs shirts, "caps, Ac, 1 es books, 30 es wine,
10 cs clothing, 12 cs cttmcoa, 0 cs nbsynth,
100 cs cnndles, 15 cs lard, 1 cs spices, 1 cs
pepper, 15 cs colTee, 24 cs braudy. II cs to-
bacco, 22 cs glassware, 20 cs bitters, 3 cs
effects, 157 pgs Hour, candles, Ac, 24 cs medicines, Ac, 2!0 pgs sugar, cnndles, Ac. Value
$37,866.
H1IIPP1NU   l.vrKLLIUKNt K.
PORT OK VICTORIA,  VANCOUVl'l!   ISLAM)
Sept. 13—S'cb Meg Merillcs, Pntaphlctt,
Nanaimo
Stmr Active, Williams, San Francisco
Sip Louisa, Cotter, Salt Spring
Stmr Enterprise, Swansuu, New Westminster.
CI.KAIltl).
Sept.   13—Stmr    Active,   iVilliiYms,   New
wtaimluitti
Stmr Enterprise, Swanson, New Westminster.	
Unlicbnskd B&OKCn,—A. J. Welch, u gentleman Irom thc vicinity of Row Hells, was
Sned $30 in the Police Court yesterday for
yoing business a5 a broker without a license.
It seems that he riUyed smart upon a legitimate broker, and by pretending to bo desir-
bus to purc{i)isc 11 saloon, got the n'Vdtess of
a man who wished to sell out. He then
Went to the saloon, snd telling the owner
that a friend of bis might be induced to purchase thc place, got nn offer of $100 commission. The Bale was effected, the purchaser
paid Ihe money, nnd Welch got his SlOO. A
XvCek later the buyer found out that he had
bohghl "a pig in a p ike," and learning how
thc transaction had bcert brought about, h-id
the unlicensed broker Welch arreted, convicted and fined. Welch made $70 by the
transaction, after all, through the leniency ol
the COUrt in imposing a fifte Of only 30 per
cent, of the amoutit he hud received, and
will probably take out a license now to do
business in his own name.—.!?. F. Alia.
Larue Sali or IIcal Estate —1'e'srs. J f s ionil it'a'tim ii'", line eurntd for him
I', Lbivi-s A I',,, b Id a large sale of real   es- j tue n.-pect nml i»tecin nl a lar'.-e circle of
•a'e today of oinpattj in various parti of ihe friciiiis during bis residence on this creek
c ty.    Tbe auction  room Was  crowded,  at:d extending   Brief   u   period   of more   than
much interest evinced in the  sale.    The  fd- ***** yarn.     His friends denirotii   of   ex-
lowing were the prices obtained  fir some of preiMMR somo murk of ther friendship for
the principal lots :   Lots 5e, 50 and 60. Oak- hj'" "* n ",l"1 »'"> * Mlen Oel'lf'-Htii Mr.
land estate, 71 acres, with hriuse, Ac, $1100; Joh"   "«Um   IO  present   bin)  wnh a
lot comer of Pandora and Qfe4» „,«.„. \™WBMUT'. ft<Wn""' T"' ,¥ ""I
~.,,. „, . .... -„,„ . , .. ... 1)0 of tbo most respectable residents of
8375; 2 bi's adjoining,5JI0 each ; lot 4, with ^^H v
brick house and improveine'it-i, $1530, to Mr.
W.  Farron ;   lot  15, on  Mason street with ,
building, $37."'.   Other lots in thc same neigh.
Bash Bali..—At ft meeting of young ihcn
st the Gymnasium, View street) last night, a
Base Ball Club to bo styled the " Olympic,"
Was organized, and the following officers
Hetttedi President, Mr. Gillnn ; Secretary,
Mr. E. McQuade ; Directors, Messrs, I. FotV-
lis, Jos; Davies and R. II. Adams, jun. Thc
rules of the National Base Bill Club of New
York wero adopted. The club already numbers 24 members, and will, doubtless, be a
■access;
SfnOtAL Mail—II. M. S. Sparrowhawk will
•all for San Francisco this cveniug at six
o'clock to bring up the mails which were not
Bent up by the Active The Sparrowhawk
will steam all the Way down and hack, having taken on board a full supply of coal fur
that purpose. She will also carry down a
rnail from this colony. Wc understand important despatches wero expected by the Active's mails.
the cre<-k       ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
A(<iiii;stb—Mr.    M.    0,    Davis   wat
thrown from lrn horse in  Sunn'..,  (inleh
-.. , and  badly bruised.    Mr   b\. Ttiomi-v met
borhood brought fro,. $05 .0 ttt.   Tbe stmr j wjUl u si|U1|ur tt(.L.;(1,nt|   n.ttr   fj^tatlili.
and wns  very badly bruised
Cariboo sold lor HflOOO.
       A   young
iiiuti seated TIiomimh McMinimie, n native
of Uelfast, Ireland,  w m rrUihed to death
Wire Bkatinu—Charles Oullion was to-day
ordered to find security to keep the peace for        ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
six mon:hs, himself in $100 and two sureties ion California creek by his claim "caving''
in  $50  each, iu default to be imprisoned for j on ''im.
two months. DoKaTHW—Messrs.   Clnrkson   k  Co.
                     j have presented a handsome copy of Hams'
Duatii—Oar exchanges aiiiiounc- tbe death 1 complete work* to Ihe Cariboo Library,
of Mr   U. II. Mathew, Colonial Secretary of |      Winter.—The first snow storm  fell on
British Honduras, formerly  Registrar of the j Aug. 3lbt, 10 a depth of aix'inches.
AoctBKlcT TO the Ahdbrkon— The steamer
ElUa Anderson broke her rock-shaft this
morning when abont half way across to Port
Angelos; and was obliged to put back to Victoria. Tho damage, was trifling, and was
speedily repaired; when tUo steamer again
started for her destination.
Supreme Court of British Columbia.
Tub Stkamf.u AcTlrl sailed this morning at
7 o'clock for New Westminster. She will sail
for San Francisco on Saturday at 4 p.m.
Naval—H.M.S. S'out arrived down this
morning from Nanaimo. "the U.S. cutter
Lincoln arrived this forenoon from the Sound.
Naval Ai'I'oistmcst.— Wo learn that Lieut.
Coin. Moriarty. w ll-known iu Victoria, has
been appointed to H. M. 8. Narcissus.
San Francisco 1'wl.ick. — Mr. Tattrick
Crowley bus beeu elected Chief of Police iu
San Francisco.
Fhom Enulasii— The II. B. Co.'s ship Clnr-
raniara is loading at London for Victoria,
VI.
John Bdttb was ngain remanded from today till Wednesday next.
The Entespuisu brought down 45 passengers last night.
The Active brought a good freight, valued
at $.17,886.
TELEGRAPHIC
Surgical—Dr. Dicksoh to-day extracted
the bullet from the shoulder of thc man wlio
Was recently shot at Csdboro Bay. It had
entered behind the shoulder, passed through
the bone; np over the shoulder and around in
front of tho neck, lodging at the top of the
bieast bono.
Death or a Victorian.—We regret to
learn, from a private lettor, that Mr. Goo.
Hunter Cary, formerly Attorney-General of
this colony, died in London on July 15th,
alter a long and painful illness.
BoAtInq in San Francisco.—At the annual
regatta of the San Francisco rowing club, we
observe the four-oared boat Neptune entered.
This is the craft which was built at Alberni,
and beat all the Bay City boats last year.
Qcick Run—The schooner Minerva, which
Bailed from this port on the 2lBt ult. for Honolulu, was spoken on tbe 37th in lat. 27, Ion.
'SO, having thns made a run of nearly 1200
«*He« In 6 days I
T!ii:si:ci>\i> .fi'i.ivfii'i ahi.s:
IIeaut's Contdvt, Sept. 8th, 4 p. m —
The shore end of the Beeond Atlantic
Culile was sticcessliilly lun'Jcd here ti.is
mornihg. The electiicul condition of the
cable is perfect.
Europe.
New York, Sept. 11.—The following
is additional news by the steamer City of
lloston ;
The London Daily iVeir* of the 1st
instant nays, Coniedei'ttto bunds, whieh
have of late been . iiltogether neglected,
nre in demand at an advance. They
opened at l{ and closed ut 4J. It is surmised thut accounts inuy huve nrrived
favorable to the Philadelphia Convention.
It is difficult, however, to see how the
prospects of bondholders can thereby be
improved, since un absolute conditiou hus
beni ii'iule and agreed to unit thu wur
debt of tlio South shull be totally repudiated.
A strange rumor eomes from Rome lo
the effect thut 11 conspiracy to poison the
ICinperor of the French nt Vichy, wus
discovered before he left t'.ut place
Poison was to hnve been given in u
potion which tbe Emperor was accustomed to drink after his bath. It iu us«
serte.l that a mnn named Vulentire wns
to have carried the design into effect, but
when it wns discovered through a warning letter sent by one"of ihe conspirators
in Rome to the Emperor, Vulentire committed suicide.
. A French newspaper thus announces
the failure of tlie Archduchess C'nrloilae
conditions witb Napoleon, The Bmpretl
Ciirlotla has paid her last visit to the
Emperor, and there is no longer the
slightest doubt that ho bus lately announced to thd Princess with ouretno ro»
uret his irrevocable resolution not to sub.
scribe to any of ihe arrangement! which
she has come to propose tis thc means of
aiding the dynns'y ot Mexico. It is now
certain that the Empress 0! Mexico will
not again return to that country, and that
Maximilian will soon join her iu Europe
after having tibtlicaied.
London, Sept. 10—The Eastern question seems to be looming in the future.
Russia shows signs of moving once
more to obtain control of Dnnnbian
principalities, and probably eventually of
Constantinople. The Porte has determined to recognize Prince Charles, of
Holizenzollera, us Emperor of the Principalities.
Vienna, Sept, 10—Evening—Orders
have been issued by the Minister of War
declaring that regiments of the Austrian
army named after the King aud Princess
of Prussia, Duke of Baden, and some
others, shall cense to be so uamed.
MIXING IMELLIGIiXCE.
WIl.I.l.MH   CHL'i.K.
The Camp Co who washed up for Meek
03 ozs.—The Morning Star Co. washed
for 4 days U2 ozs.—Cariboo Co. for week
about 70 ozs.— Never Sweat Co. htid a
dividend of $10) to the share for the
Week.—Caledonia Co made wages for
week.—List Chance Co. cleaned up for
week about 93 ozs.
GltOfSK  CREEK.
The Heron Co. cleaned up for week
ending yesterday 145 ozs.—Short U-.nd
Co. are making $J4 a day to tbe hand om
of tlieir open cut—Full Rgg Co. had
got into slum nud water ; the bed rock
Htill continued level.—Discovery Co. are
taking out at the rutu of 35 ozs from the
set ol timbers, hut are greatly annoyed
by big boulden which Ihey have to blast.
—Ne'er do-Well Co continue to take out
gooil pay ; on Saturday they washed uji
20 ozs.
CEtlAR  CHEEK.
Mr. t). McMartin, who left this creek
on Friday lust, informs us that the Dis.
co Very Co. continue to take out gold pay
Iheir ground averaging them from 0 to 11
o/s a day. The only other company that
bad got to washing was the Bnreulis,
who were making good wages. It is Mr.
Mc.Martin'ft opinion that the creek for a
distance of 3000 feet from the mouth up
will pay about $50 a day lo the bund.
All were busy getting Olit lumber and
making every prepuntioti for working
their claims
About 10 days before BUf informant
left, a company hud started on a prospecting tour to tbe head of the lake, taking with them two weeks' provisions.
THEFT.
One thousand dollars were stolen from
Mnriiu's saloon, Curiboo, on the '."Mi
ultimo. Half the money belonged to
tlie saloon keeper nnd the balance to Ned
Bnckfhy, Murks nnd other parties. Buckley lost about $240. Two men Darned
John Elliott and James Pearce were arrested on suspiciou of being the guilty
parties.
ilu- WJmbiedon hitfe   Meeting.
Special Xotlce*.
Mn. Itisv host la announce 10 the inhabitants of Victoria that he b«- lately reeanaaA a
large as* 'rtnat.! nt Children's Curriagei and
Chair*, Fishing rSnlttvtt and tttntag Cunei,
Mid a larv** <|Unntit/ ol Market Hnd 'Ir.ive linif
llaiketi, I liiiu Viaaa, Fanr? Goods and Tays,
• II i'i which h*ve to be sold on or before
February n*xt at trrfilly reduced pm •-•
Goods .old h' wholesale tor cost prices.     *
(ariHoo.
We have copies of the Sentinel to
Sept. 3rd, from which we extract the following t
Presentation.—On Saturday, Sept.
1st, a number of the friends of Dr. David
Brown met at the Cariboo Library, Cam-
eronton, at d presented him with an address On the eve of his departure lor his
native land. The Doctor is a young man
whose kind and obliging disposition and
courteous demeanour, apart from his pro-
Tlie grnr.d mtional rille contest at Wimbledon terminated on July 2l'8t. The great feature of thc occasion was of course the struggle for the 'Klcho shield" between the
"eights " of Englnnd, .Scotland and Inland,
and the sons of Scotia have again curried off
the highly prized honor. The Tiims, in giving an account of the match, says I At the
lirst of the ranges yesti-rday Englnnd led by
Ihree points, and Ireland wns 18 points behind
the Scotch. But at the 900 yards tlistance
Scotland not only recovered lost ground, bul
attained aloud which was never effectually
di-turhed. They shot msgniliccnty, surpassing iheir own aggregate score of hist yioir by
1,0 li ss limn 11!) points. 1,0S1 wiib the Sriii'ii
total last your; it is now 1,170. Mr. Malcolm, at the three ranges of 800, 000, and
L,0u0 yardi, bad nn average of centres, and
yet his was thc lowest score obtained in thi'
eight to which he belonged. Tho highest
3corc among the Scotch marksmen waa that
of Mr. Wi kin, who made a total of ITiG
points. Mr. MilliT, with a score of 153 in
the English light, and Mr. Martin in the
Irish Eight with 150 pohts, were the foremost
anion- the representatives of their respective
nationalities. The following arc the detailed
scores:
ELCI10 CHALLENGE SHIELD—15 Shots at
eacd Distance—800, 900, aud 1000 yards.
SCOTLAND.
Private E. Ross, London Scottish, 146 pts.
Mr. J. W. Malcolm, M.P.,  Loftdon  Scottish,
135 pts.
The Master of Lovatt, 136.
Hon. H.J. Gordon, 150-
Captain Mitchell. 149.
Mr, Dunlop. C.B., London Scot, 146.
Mr. Maxwell, 152.
Mr. Wilkin, 156.
Grand total, 1,170.
ENGLAND.
Mr. link r, 147 pts.
Mr Mdler, 153.
Mr. Evans, 144.
Capt'in Pe'l, Inns of Court, 133.
Mr. Fle'cher, 124.
Captain Rlnnd, 76th Regiment, 143.
Mr. Wells, 141.
Mr. Norsworthy, Inns of Court, 136;
Grand total, 1,121.
IRELAND.
Mr. J Riffhy. London Irish, 148.
Mr. Barlow, 111.
Captain Cash  124.
Mr W. Rigby, 141.
Major Leech, London Irish, 127.
Mr. McCbyl, 126.
Mr. Rogers, 111.
Mr. Martin, 150.
Grand total, F0J9.
Rim-ith. —Messrs. Solomon Bros, have re- !
tn»,Ymi io the two-stoty brick btiiMiug on I
Oovrrnindit sltcel. opposite the St Ni'-boliis
Hotel. Tiny hive rtcrived, ex sblp Mohawk,
from L.,n 1,11, a hue assortment of men's
cliitlrng and underclothing, which ihey will
sell lower than any house iu town. Give them
a call. •
AtK!CANt)it«'s Otovts—Messrs. J. H. Turner
k Co.. London Boaae, have received to-doy,
by Express from Pari-, a full assortment of
Alexandre's famoBI kid gloves, for which
they an tbe lolt agtail iu Vancouver Island
aud Urititb 0i luulbia. *
New Advertisements.
CARRIAGE   PAINTING
U   ALL  ITS  I1UANCHES,
Yates Street.
Between Delude Engine  Houstf
and the International Hotel.
Work   solicited,   aid   done   on   tbe  molt
reasonable terma by
St. M. KEOHAN.
se 2-1m
TOBACCU PLANT
Mr. DttBV PAftMtl reqiH'bt* tlmt orderi for \
Ufccblog, playing and tuning Piaiol'orteg, i»nd i
fnr Inttrnctlon ia Blnglngj mky be left irhfa
Mo-srs. Btbben k Carsv.-eH. Stiuiolers dad ■
B'joksrllrr*, (jovernment street, or at Lis real- ■
dence, near tb« ioji of Fort street. *
Autumn Fashions. — Dre^i poods for
uutmmi, uud huts tor tht; Rutuim n^uson, of
tl!e luteal flyle, with ftntiiera to mate, have
ja.-t b en rccuivi'd at t'ip Lond'o* HoCUk,
Government street, iu *«u days from  London.
Mr. PftlltfAlf ttqflMtl us to state that he
is about to rfnove his Variety story from
Wii'ldingtou Alley nod corner of-Government
und Cormorant streets to the Iftrgo store on
Jo n»on street known as the " Queen
Saloon.1' ^.
New Advertisement*.
K
Mrs.   Hein
EEP3   CONSTANTLY  OX  HAND   THK
latest Inahions in
ISA ILLINERY,
—AT —
Prices to  Suit the Times,
OOVEllXMENr    STREET
Retwcn Fort nml llrfnghton. se 5
ALICE   BROWN'S
r.VNCY   TWIST
SMOKING TOBACCO
JUST RECEIVED AT
A..   F.   IiEYHEU.'S,
Together with some fine
HAVANA CIGARS DIRECT.
Also on band
Wine Sip, 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.
sc G-lm
Alhambra
BILLIARD SALOON,
CCltXER GCTCIlHIEYr AXD TATES STS.
-CTP-STAIEtS.
Entrance on Yates Street.
.-* .Mm
WILLIAM   LYONS,
SHiPiPiisro
— AND—
Commission      Agent,
On the Corner of
Wharf arid Johnson Streets-
se 3-2m
AEEIVAT, OF AN0THEE CAEdd FHOM
Virginia & Cuba,
VU 'ASI'IXWALL,
Of lbe r.ti.t   Celebrated BrartdC of
TOBACCO   &  SEGARg
EVER IMPORTED
S.".m|iles cun  ba  hnd  at the " iOELPHV>
corner Yates and Government itreets.
Arrival of a few more Plants
by tha "California."
tey* Office of C. F.  Green's TictorU
and Esquimalt Express.
F. CAflPBEIX,
se 2 ADELPI1I SEGAR STORE.
Snorbofg  & Eueff,
COMMISSION   MERCHANTS,
Importers and Wholesale Dealers in
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS,
Boots  and  Shoes,
Whqrf street, Victoria, V. ']. se S
Relief   for   the   Afflicted.
THE INTRODUCTION OF
Perry     Davis'
Vegetable Pain Killef
To the Snfferinq; Ilumanity Of tbis Age
has relieved more pain, and cabsed more
real joy tban any other one thing tbat can
be nnmed.
Everett's Exchange,
STORK   STREET,   V. I.
•THE PROPRIETOR RESPECTFULLY IX-
1 forma Ills friends and the public 11.at he
has openrd his old stand in Store street, where
he will keep as before the Unfit quality of
tt INKS, LIQUORS, and CIGARS.
Come and set.*.
■e 3-lra       PAT. EVERETT, Proprietor.
The "Grotto,"
OPPOSITE THE TELEGRAPH OFFICE.
For a glass of choice liquor go  to the
"Grotto,"
There  " tota bct the best '' you  will
find is the motto.
Mint Juleps, Sherry Cobblers—everything
cooling ;
Come ye that do thirst, yOU will find its
no fooling,
se2
Victoria Turn Verein.
ALL MEMBERS OF THE ABOVE IX-
stitntioh who wish to attend regular
practice, are requested to be present on the
first Monday in September, when classes will
bs formed comniencinrf with the simplest exercises, and going through the wh de course.
CHARLES DECHENT,
tu)3 Turnwart.
Invaluable   Remedy,
Our first Physician^  use it,  and recommend
its  use;   the   Apothecary finds   it   first
among the medicines called for, and
the frholesale Druggist considers
it a  lending article  of his
trade.     All the dealers
in medicine speak
alike   in its favor: and its
■ reputation as a medicine of great
merit nnd virtue is fully and permanently  established,  and it is thc great
Family MediciDe   of  tho Age;
Every Volunteer should have n bottle, in cati
of sudden attacks of Disease.
Taken Internally, cures
Sudden Colds, Coughs, ic,
Weak Stomnch,
General Debility,
Nursing Sore Month, Canker,
Liver Comtilnitit,
Dyspepsia or Indigestion,
Crnmp and pain in tht Stomaoh,
liowel Complaint,
Painters' Colic,
Altatio Cholera,
Dinrhcea and Dysentery.
Taken externally cures
Felons, Boils, nnd Old Sores,
Severe Burns and Sculds,
Cuts, Bruises nnd Sprains,
Swelling of the Joints,
Ringworm and Tetterj
Broken Breasts,
Frosted Feet and Chilblains,
Toothache,
I'ain in the Face,
Neuralgia ahd llhetlfaatisni.
3P-A-I3ST   KILLER,
Taken internally, should be adulterated
wiih milk or water, and sweetened with
sugar, il desired, or made into a syrup
with molasses.. For a COCGH ami
Bronchitis, a few drops on Sngar, eaten;
will lie more effective than unything else.
For SORE THROAT, gargle the throat
with a mixture of Pain Killer and water,
and the relief is itritnbdiate Bnd Cure positive.
j&g?- It should not be forgotten that
the Pain Killer is equally as pood to'
take internally ns to use externally.
Each bottle is wrapped with ull dirftfr
tions for its use.
Prices 95 tenta, 50 ce&ti k $1 per teottto: —tt
$bcniirg    8/tltgrspfjr.
THCRSDAY EVENING,  SEPT. 13,   1860.
i:\GLIMl   Al I tlltv
caused a rush of miner", whrae influx necessitated some variation from the tn^de of Government which up to that time had prevailed,
and it was to provide permanently for the civil
government of tbe colony in the changed ' ir-
cumstances tba: had resulted from the discovery of gold that this bill was lutruduccd
The bill was read a second time.
—————
The English papers are full of the reform demonstrations in  Hyde Park  and
elsewhere,  and   tlie  question has arisen
between the Reform League and thc Government  whether the pnople have a right
to use tho public parks for the purpose of
hilding political meetings.   Mr. Wulpole,
Home Secrelary, denies the right, on the
ground that the parks are for [lopular recreation, and that political meetings would
tend  to interfere   with  thnt recreation.
The Home Secrelary  is,  however,  ably
answered by a member of  the League,
and required to siiow by statute or consti
tntional law tho authority given   to  the
Government to preclude tho people  from
assembling in the parks for any purpose
that is not in itself unlawful.   The Home
Secretary can adduce no such proof,  bul
promises tho League every  assistance  in
arriving at the constitutional righi of the
question.    In   tho  meantime,  and  unli'
the matter has been decided by a court ol
law, he assumes the authority of prohibiting   political   gatherings   iu  tho  parks,
although  he  has  no  desire to see any
dumper thrown on the constitutional right
of holding  public  meetings or   poliiicul
demonstrations.    The matter was warmly
discussed in the House of  Commons, ami
was taken up in the House of Lords.    In
the latter boJy Earl Shaftesbury proposed,
iu the event of the Courts of law upholding the views of the Home Secretary, that
Government should erect buildings  or lit
up public pluccs iu which the inhabitants
of London could assemble, without let or
hindrance, to discuss political questions ;
and   Lord   Derby   expressed  himself iu
favor of some such scheme.
It appears that the great objection
ttrged against holding such meetings in
Hyde Park was that the place is in the
immediate vicinity of the ar'stocratic portion of the metropolis, aud that should
disturbances tako place the mob would bo
sure to vent its indignation ou the palatial
residences of the higher elasses. In every
riot that has yet taken place in Hyde
Park the neighboring streets and squares
bave come in for their share of demolition ; hut it unfortunately happened that
it was doe principally to the inimical nc
tious or views hold by tho aristocracy
.generally that the mob hnd reason to assemble for purposes of demonstration.
Wheu the riots in refereuce lo Grosvenor's
Sunday Liquor bill took place, the residences in the fashionable parts of London
were fiercely assuilcd, and the Grosvcnor
party in Parliament were obliged to capitulate. It is indeed not the first time
that a London mob has achieved a political victory, when reason wns by the Government ignored. " Destroy the comfort of
the aristocracy,''said Douglas Jerrold, on
the occasion just alluded to, "and you will
drive them into surrendering.1' The carriage-drives were interrupted, tho carriage inmates hooted at, aud aristocracy,
as Jerrold had correctly anticipated, gave
way. The position assumed by Mr.
Walpolo, therefore, may safely he put
down to a desire lo preserve to the higher
classes tlieir luxurious drives, rather than
to see that public recreation is not interfered witb. PrimrOse Hill is offered by
the Government to the Reformers in lien
of tho Park ; but tho sntno argument
which closes the park to political meetings would close up Primrose Hill
There is, however, this important difference—at Primrose Hill the mob could
only annoy tho common people, whereas
et Hyde Park, the creme de la creme
might be rudely hustled or interfered
- with.
On the 26th July, in tbe House of
Lords, we find that Earl Carnarvon
moved the second reading of the " British
Columbia Bill.'' Whether this is the
" Union Bill," or a new bill, wo cannot,
in the absence of anything but rumor,
say. If it be tho Union bill, that measure
must bave passed the Honse of Commons,
nnd, as it had on the 26th passed iissecond
reading in the Lords is, it is safe to say,
law by this time. It was stated some time
ngo, however, On good authority, that the
Union bill had been withdrawn. We
have no other guide to place before our
readers on the question than the following
from the Time's report of the proceedings
in the House of Lords on July 20th :
British Columbia Bill.—The Earl ofCarnar-
von, in moving the second reudiug of this bill,
briefly sketched tho history of the colony up
to the time that the discovery of gold  tberti
New   Advertisements.
ICE CREAM.
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THE WARM WE AIDER
ICE     CI4EAM
WILL BE SEIIVKDBY
A. W. Piper,
Government street, opposite Theatre,
te 13 1-m
TnE C. 0. k M. S. N. COMPANY'S
STE A 1&SFI.TF
<f'ififfr
ACTIVE,
JOSEPH
WILLIAMS,  Commander,
WILL   SAIL   Foil
in
FRANCISCO DIRECT,
I'rom Brodiick's Wharf, on
Saturday, September 15,
At 4 p. m.
For freicht, or passage, applv on board or to
CHAS.   W. WALLACE, Agent,
au 24 Wharf street.
AUCTION
XJJSFIVERSITY
WASHINGTON TERRITORY
'I'llIS INSTITUTION' WILL REOPEN ON
I the 17th inet. Pupils of both seites received, who will be expected to furnish their
own rooms, which are provided in separate
building*, free of charge.
The   Expenso   ot   Hoarding   and   Tuition.
without incidentals, will  not  exceed SaO per
quarter of 11 weeks, payable in advance.
For further information address
REV. GEO. F.  WHITWOIITH,
Prosident.
Seattle, W. T., Sept. 1st, 1666. so 11
Dissolution   of  Partnership.
NOTICE.
[ HE  PARTNERSHIP  HERETOFORE EX-
I    i-ttiug between   Thomas   Napier   Hibben
nnd Jumos Carswell, under the name or firm
nf Hibben k Carswell, has been ibis day dissolved by mutual OOQIfint.
The onsinoss will in future  be carried   on
by Mr. T. N   Hibben, who wdl   pay   and   re-
ct-ivo all money due to   or owing by the late
firm
Dated this 13th day of September 1866.
THOMAS NAPIER HIBRBN,
JAMl-.S   CARSWELL.
Witness  to  tho signature of Thomas Napier
Hibben,
Gkohgb Pgahkks,
Solicitor, Victoria, V. t.
Witness to the Signature of James Carswell,
RoniiitT Bishop,
Solici'or, Victoria, V. I.
Sl> 13-lm
Ei Steamer Active
J. A. 3Ic€REA,
WILL 8KLL
A.T     SALESROOM,
™ imrl Street,
TOMORROW,
Friday,    Sept.    14th,
At   ELEVES,    A. IH.,
OX A LIBERAL CREDIT,
ir>n half hlik Crtiflied Su^ur, circle A
100 bxs Adamantine Caudles
50 chests U. g. Tea
Rice
A. FT. K.  84 mats No.   1   China Ilioe,
63 I bs. each
D. K. E. 82     do   do   do     do   do
.1. S. 347 do     No. 2        do
29 bbls. Mess Beef
Case Goods
Cuses Field's Field's Oyg'ers
do Lobster*
do Capers
do Tomatoes
do Mutton, kc, kc
50 hags White Peruvian Sugar
8 bbls Knglish Mult Vinegar
And a variety of other goods
—ALSO-
8 kegs Putty, 125 lbs. each
•2 bxs Window Glass
J. A. McCRKA—Continued.
2 large coul oil Cliuniltliers, 2 lamp*
each
Up-sttirs—Cue 6ne rosewood Bedroom
set
Miilioguuy Bedstead with t-pring mattress, Tables, Chairs, Lc
—ALSO—
Kitchen und Dining-room utrnsils
Crt'ckery and (ikfrWWi
Flutes, Kniv;s, Forks, Spoons, kc
All of which will be fully described iu
Catalogue and ou view, on Monday 17th
instant. se 13
New Advertisements
RED LION HOTEL,
GOVERNMENT STREET.
'I'HE   ABOVB-NAMBll    HOTEL   HAVING
JL  been opened by
JOE      BXJB3ST,
He will bo happy io  inert his friends  on all
occasions, u,i    wi I furnish them with
the best of
Wine?, Liquors, Ale, Porter, &c
and Cigars-
HOARD ASD LODGING PER DAY $1.
tig* Bngatclle nod Skiit'es,
(.'all and see the establishment.     JOE presides and keep* order. se 10
3STOTIOE
In the Supreme Court of Civil Justice
Vancouver Island.
tn  Bankruptcy.
In the matter of John Joseph Mecredy, a
Bankrupt.
A.MKKTIXC Of CREDITORS OF Till*
abotc bankrupt will be held at the office
of Sir. John Copland, BoHcitnt, ll.istiou street,
Victoria, on Tuesday ths 18lh day of September proximo, at 4 o'clock p. ra., to resolvt
that the offer made in Court of this date for
(he winding up of the estate under arrange-*
incut nf composition shall be carried out, aod
also that tipplicatlon bu made to the Court to
Slav proceedings in hnnkiiiptcy.
Hated this Mill day of Aufost, A.I). 186*.
JOHN COPLAND,
Solicitor to Creditors' Assignees,
UU Ilaation strest.
Kotice of Postponement-
The above meeting Is unavoidably post'
poned to Tuesday, the 18th instant, at tht
same phice aud hour.
JOnN COPLAND,
Solicitor to Creditors' Assignees,
se 9 bastion sttect.
In the Court of Bankruptcy of thi
Colony of Vancouver Island
Saturday, the 1st day ol .Hopt,, A.D. 1806.
/I1KREAS,  A  PETITION  FOR ADJUDI-'
w
rem
SALE,
A GOOD MARK (IN FOAL), WITH YEAR-
ling colt  by   her   side.   Will work in
single or double harness.
Apply at the
Office of the Evening Te'egraph;
LANGLEY  STIIEET. se 9
For Sale Ex Camden,
Queen Charlotte Coal
Mining Company (Lint >
Notice  of   Meeting.
AN EXTRAORDINARY GENERAL MEET-
ing of Shareholders of this Company will
he held iu tho office of ihe Company, Citv
Council Chambers, on Friday the 28th of
September, 186(1, at one o'clock.
Business To confirm tho special resolutions pnsscd nt n meeting held August 28th,
111(10, and oilier buincss which may como
legitimately before tho said mceiing.
J. S. WILLIS,
sel3 Secretary.
HERMAN  SHULTZ,
—AT—
His Well Known and Old Established
Stand
The Government st. Boot Store,
Has just received per steamer
A   FINE   ASSORTMENT   OP
Ladies' and   Children's   Shoes,
Which he offers at a very low price.
Receives by each steamer from England and
San  Francisco
SOOTS     SC    SHOES
FINEST  AND BEST QUALITY,
FRENCH   LEATHER,
—AND—
SHOE     FINDINGS,
At prices to correspond with the timet:
au 12
Tuesday, Sept.   18tli,
AT 11   O'CLOCK, A.M.,
OI THE PREMISES
Douse situated  on Douglas
bet> Kane und Rae st*.
FURNITURE
—OF—
J. A. McCrea
Retiring from Housekeeping.
Mr. P, M- BACKUS. Auctioneer,
Hus kindly consented to conduct tbo sale.
The furniture is  nearly  new  and wall
kep', aud consists in part as follows :
Hosteller, Borktr, and Angodura;B!lters,
Oregon Cider In bbls. and fates,
< inri t In talks, balf'tasks and cases,
Sauternc and California White Wine,
French (Icobol 90 O.P.,
tag. I liquid, Uunini add  Bollcngcr fham.
pagnc,
ind In  <<tore an  assortment of  Itrandf
and Liquors >ullab!e for the Irade.
:ilst d«y of Angus! ihst., bus been duly filed
by I'uria Carter, of Fort street, in the Oity of
Victoria, Collector of debts, ifftd he having
been drclnred a Bankrupt, is hereby required
to surrender himself to His Honor Joseph
Needhnin, Chief Justice of the Supreme Court
of Bankruptcy aforesaid, on Wednesday tho
19th any of .September next, at II o'clock itt
the lorenoon, precisely, at the Cohrt Honse,
J ..mos liav, Victoria, and rtfnkc a full discovery and disclosure o'. his estate and effects)
when and where the creditors are to come
prepared to prove their debt<, and at the first
sitting tu Chouse assigness and commence the
<xn mi noli .n ol the Bankrupt, nnd at the last
silting the Bankrupt is to finish his last cl'
itiniuittioti.
All persons indebted to the snid Bankrupt,
or who have any of his effects, are not to pay
the mme but to Mr. W, tl. II. Adamson of
Oiivernment street, the Oflicial Assignee appointed, and give noiice tn
se Md
JOHN COPLAND,
Solicitor, Bastion street, Victoria.
In the Supreme Court of Civil Justice,
Vancouver Island.
««5r Depot of Havana Cigars.
se 8
EUGENE THOMAS,
Yates street.
JSTOTIOE.
1 SleiuwaJ * Sons Piano in rosewood
case. Tbis is acknowledged to be tbe
best on tho Island, those geutlemen having taken the prize at the World's Fair
in London.   Cost $650.
One rosewood Sterescops Stund, with
2 seta eye pieces, containing about 200
views of the most beautiful description.
Cost $160
A complete Bet of Tartar Furniture,
Sofas, Tables, Chairs, &c.
One fine rosewood Centre Table, dark
marble top
What-Not, Side Tables, Cabinets, &c
1 lai^jo black walnut Extension Table
1 large mahogany Side board, marble
top
2 very large gilt iVame mirrors
A large  uud  beautiful  assortment of
paintings aud engravings
1'ine Brussels carpet nearly new
MARTIN    BROS.,
IMPORTERS  OF
Groceries and Provisions,
FIREPROOF BUILDING,
LATELY OCCUPIED HY L'HOTEI.IER k Co,
WHAM*       61BBBT.
se 6
FO.U.     SALE
npiIE RIGHT, TITLE, AND INTEREST
A in Land known as R VIII. 3 20, Qnnm-
iehan Distric , and R VIII, S l,Somcnos
District, in al nbout 100 acres, situate in tbe
Cowichan Settlement.
For particulars apply to
JOHN OLASSEV,
Bastion street,
se 0-lm Opposite Sheriff's Office.
Queen Charlotte Coal Mining Co.
(LIMITED.)
Notice   of Assessment.
AT A MEETING OF DIRECTORS OF THE
above Company held this day tha following resolution wns passed :—
"That an Assessment of Sixpence sterling
per Share on A shares be now made, payable
to the .Secretary at the office of the Company,
on or before the 2Dth inst.. between the hours
of 11 A. M. and 2 P.M. daily."
J. 8. WILLIS,
Corner Broad and Trounce sts.)  „
September 0th, 1866.        ) Se"0""7-
se ?-td
UNANIMOUS
NOMINATION!
OF
Deluge Engine Company
FOR
Assistant Engineer,
T. J. BURNER
66 7
Zn  Bankruptcy.
Wednesday, thc 1st of Allglut,-1'808.-
WHEREAS, A PETITION F08I A-ft-jfflM'
catinn of Urtnkruptcy, bearing diat'e tba
31«t day of July last, has been duly filed by
William Parsons Wayward, Charles Kent, and
Edward Wilson, agnins'. MWS JOSEPH
MF/CREDY of View street, Victoria, Carpono
tcr, and the Faid John Joieph M. credy,
having been duly declared nfvd adjudicated a
Bankrupt, is heicby required to surrender
hitnscll to His. Honor Joseph fteedham, Chief
Justice of tho Supreme i ourt of Civil .liWtice
aforesaid, on Wednesday the 19th day of September current, at 11 of thc clock in the fort*
noon precisely, at the Coutl Jlouse, J»mes
Bay, Victoria, and nuke a full discovery
und disclosure of his estate and effects, whe»
and where tho creditors uro to cmue prepared
to prove their debts, and at the first sitiing t»
choose Assignees and commence the examination of the Bankrupt, and at the last sitiing,
the Bankrupt is ti lirrlsh his last examination..
All persons indebted io the said Bankrupt/
or having any of his effects aro not to pay or
deliver the same but lo Afr. Daniel Lindsay of
Government street, thc OfflcUl Assignei ap*
pointed, and give notice to
JOHN   COPLAND,
Bastion street, Victoria, V. I,,
Solicitor to the Petitioning Creditors.
nu 29-td
HAVANACIGARS
LEWIN & ANTHONY,
TOBACCONISTS,
47 Tates St., Briok Store
Next to Corner of Government St.,
BEG TO INFORM THEIR FRIENDS AND
tne public in general Ihat ihey will con-
stunily receive hy every steamer a good assortment ot Genuine fai'iitia Vlgfttt)
and the Bent llrandg or TobaCctf,
imported direct for this market, so that they
ure able to -.omnete  wiih any hrnse oa thi*
Wholesale or Retail.
i   -Special   attention will be paid to
Island, either
eithe
—Sp
Countrv orders
HEIMAN  LEWIN.
se 2
LOUIS ANTHONf.
Jesse Cowper,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer In
B03TS AND SHOES,
LEATHER,
—AND—
SHOE    FINDINGS,
'S'.A.IES    STHBfiT,
OPPOSITE WELLS, FABGO k Co.
At the old stand of Webster k Co., i«
prepared to supply the wants of tb*
public id his line.
The Latest Stvles
Received by every Brrival from Englati
and San Francisco. ■• 3 mi: 1.0.V110V mors.
EvcKInz 'telle* lu Hv<le Pork—
Cotllxlun between tbe I'eople
und Hie Police.
The London Times of July 24th says :
The prcat demonstration iu favor of
parliamentary reform has not terminated
mi peacefully as its promoters anticipated.
Wiieu it became known that the police
luttl received instructions to prevent the
i ting beitiK held  in Hyde   Patk a no-
tice mat forwarded by ilie " DejBonstra-
tioti Committee" to the various Mb COin-
lnittees, to the effect ihat the BMmberl
were to iniirch in process ion to the Park
nud if prevented from entering it were to
form four deep and proceed by way of
UrosVenor Place, Victoria street, nml pa.-t
the Houses of Parliament to Trifalgnr
Si|ii;ire. Tho notice also alluded to the
ciieomstanco of the pohco acting under
orders of a Tory Government, and con.
eluded by exhorting those to whom it wa6
addressed to show by Ilieir peaceable and
orderly conduct that they were determined
to have manhood idfttrtge and the ballot.
In accordance with previous orrnnge-
inents processions were formed shortly
after live o'clock yesterday afternoon in
tlie different metropolitan d'stricts Included wnliin tbe operations of the Reform
L'/nirue. 'I lie preliminary proceedings at
Clerkenwell Qmen were almost an exact
c'uiiiierpurt of whut look place nt the
oilier starting place. At 4J o'clock,
about 60 persons were collected round nu
empty wagon, near the drinking fountain.
This crowd gradually increased, until ul.
5J o'clock tome 200 or 300 people were
collected round the wagon, wnich wus
taken possession of by the leaders of ihe
expedition, who were distinguishable by
their wearing red sashes and other badges
of office. A Mr. Coffee commenced tlio
proceedings by delivering a speech in
which he denounced the conduct ol the
Government in giving orders to close
Hyde Park against the udvocales of reform, and declared that tho Reform
League were fully determined to have I lie
question tried whether the parks were the
property of the crown or of the people
who paid lor them. Uo trusted however
that the people would go quietly and use
no violence whatever. No amount of
advertising, he observed, conld have made
Ihe meeting so generally known as the
notice which had been issued by Sir
Richard Wayne. After some severe remarks on the aristocracy in general nnd
tho Karl of Shaftesbury in particular, Mr
OoiTeo concluded among general cheering
by declaring his belief that if the people
did not get. the right of voting the sooner
they left the country by millions the belter. Some other speeches were delivered
nnd then the audience formed in proceit-
fiion nnd, precoded by a drum and fife
baud, marched through Ilatton Gimlet)
Iiolborn. and thence along Oxford street
to thc Marble Arch.
BATTLE  AT  THE MAHW.K AllCH.
Meauwhile vast crowds hnd collected
in the neighborhood of II\do Park. A
force of foot and mounted police, numbering 1,600 or 1,K00, was hero assemliled
under the direction of Sir Richard Mayne
and Capt. Harris, and nt 5 o'clock tlio
gates were clos.d. Before the hour a
considerable number of people had collected inside, in order to wituess what was
about to take place, und these were permitted to remain there. Outside, the
throng was, as might be supposed, much
greater. Masses of people hud assembled
at all the approaches. The Marble Aich
was the ceulre of attraction, and for au
hour or two previous to the proposed
'Commencement of the demonstration the
traffic was seriously impeded. '1 he windows and bnlconics of the neighboring
houses wero also crowded with spectators.
Shortly after 7 o'clock Kdmond Beales,
Licut.-Cul. Dickson, and oilier leading
members of tho Reform League, iu a line
of cabs whieh headed tho Clorkemvcll,
Islington and other processions, advunced
to the Arch, and the Subcommittee having succeeded in making a clear passage,
Mr. Bealefe and bis friends went up to
the police, wbo were drawn up in line,
staves in hand, some of ihem being
inounled. The crowd immediately closed
in, and endeavored by an " ugly rush''
to effect admission. The police used their
staves freely to deteat this at'empt, and it
is stated that both Mr. Beales and Col.
Dickson were struck in ihe scnfllo. At
any rate, after being refused admission
und having thus raised the question iu
the form they desired, they went back to
their vehicles, and with some difficulty
managed to moke their way through the
crowd in order to proceed to Trafalgar
square, there to hold the meeting, according to the programme which had beeu laid
down.
THE  CltOWD   FORCE  THEMSELVES INTO  THE
TAKE.
Printed bills were aistribuled among
the various detachments us tbey came up
from Clerkenwell, Southwark, Fiusbury,
<$jc, directing them not to attempt to
force un entrance into the Park, but to
proceed to Trafalgar square. It is much
easier, however, to collect throngs of people than to keep them in lending strings
when collected, and a large portion of the
masses were not disposed to follow implicitly the insi ructions of their leaders.
The gates, it-is true, were strongly fortified, but Ijo throw down iho railings seemed a feasible undertaking, und it was
promptly attempted^ Ilie police, indeed,
hastened lo-every point tbat was attacked,
and for a short time kept the multitude
at'bay; but iheir numbers were utterly
insufficient to guard so long a line of
frontier, and breach after breach «as
made, the stone work, together with the
railings, yielding easily to the pressure of
the crowd. Thc lirst opening wus made
in the Bayswater road, where the police,
rushing to the spot, prevented for u tin o
any considerable influx of people; but
tbey could not be ubiquitous, and along
Park lane especially a great cxieut of
railing was overturned, till in the end the
Crowd entered ad libitum. A food deal
of scii111 ng attended these iiicur.si.'iis
The police brought their truncheons into
active use, and a number of the "roughs''
were somewhat severely bundled.
THE  WOUNDED.
Upon inquiry at St, (ieofge's Hospital
it appeared that as the result of the previous night's disturbances there were
seven serious cases, one that of a sergeant
of tho A division, suffering from a pike
stab in the ribs ; a printer suffering from
lacerated wounds on the head und body
from a policeman's truncheon, and the
other live of u similar character. The
number of cases relieved, but not sufft
ciently severe lo be kept in the hospital,
were very consMernblH, and in nearly
every case tbe injuries have been received
from the traucheons of the police.
MILITAIlY  CALLED  OUT.
About 8 o'clock a company of the
Grenadier Guards and n troop of the
Life Guard entered the Park, but it was
then too late lo prevent the influx of
people : for, though the gates wero still
jealously guarded, breaches had been effected in every direction in the palings,
and the military, who were loudly cheered
by tho crowd, confined themselves to tuiio
noeuvres, the only effect of which wus lo
obligo tbe mob occasionally to shitt their
position. The numbers iu ihe Park were
by this time very large, and although of
course there were a considerable number
of ' roughs,' who look ou the police as
iheir natural enemies, many of the persons present appeared to be quiet and
respectably dressed people, who hud simply been intruded by curiosity, and
showed no uproarious or even any political proclivities. Speeches were in ide at
vnrious spots, one of the orators being a
Miss Harriet Laws, who delivered a very
fervid uddresi on the political at.d sociul
rights of the people.
THE ItEFORJI   I.EAOUE   AND   THE   GOVERNMENT.
The Government, by the Right Hon.
Spencer Wulpole, the Home Secretary,
have this day iigrced with the Council of
the Reform League, to fucililatc iu every
way their obtaining a speedy decision,
either in Parliament or in a Oourl of law,
as lo the right of the people to hold public meetings in Iho parks, and it is earnestly requested thnt in the meantime,
and until the question is decided, no further nttempt be mnde lo hold a public
meeting iu Hyde Park, except only on
next Monday afternoon, July 30lh, at 0
o'clock, by arrangement with the Government, and it is further earnestly requested
that all persons will abstain from d sor„
derly acts, aud do everything in their
power to preserve the peace and piotect
property.
One'acl of beneficence to the needy,
one act worth nil the abstract sentiment
iu the world.
'"    —"—~**"^*~~ ■"
New Advertisements.
Miscellaneous.
NOTICE.
In the Supreme Court of Cil'il J
Vail'tntvif Island.
IN    BA.UNTKK.TT.PI'CrX',
Friday thr Mtfc lay of August, t.D. IMC,
rrfHBRBAS a PETITION tOt ADJUM-
t f cation ir ll.ut-r iptcjr, bearing .laic tbe
14th day nl August Instant, bu heeudn'y
iii.-.I i.v ( iiiri.s  Dupoad, at Oadbero liny
Itunil, Victm in Mi-trn t, titniH'r, and hr bevlflg
slaved a Bankrupt, le hereby required
to surrender btneell le Uii n »uoi Joeepfa
Ni.li.iiii, Chief Justice of the Baprrmi
I'ourt nf Civil Jti«ti.i. "f Y.incnuvcr laluud.
aforesaid, ou Wedn cduy, the 5th »Uy of
September nejtt, nt 11 o'clock in the forenoon,
preni-ly, At the Court House, James Bay,
Victoria, and make a full discovery and disclosure of his estate anil cflVcts, when aud
whero the creditors are to comp prepared to
prove their debts and at the first silling to
choose Assignees and commence the examination of the Hankropt, aad at the hint sitting
the Bankrupt i- to finish his last examination
All persons indebted to the snid Bankrupt
or who have uny of his eflbcU, arc not to pay
or deliver the same but  to David   Lindsay, of
Government timet, the official Assignee np-
poiuted, and give notice to
KOIiF.RT BISHOP, Solicitor,
IH126 Uiibiion Street, Victoria.
A   Triumph    of    Science
—AW!)—
TUB  LIGIIT   OP   TIIE   WORLD
NOTICE !        NOTICE !!
I iROM THIS DATU THE tJ8DBR8tGNED
L     has concluded to reduce bis price U.NM-
HALF ; and hereafter the
FINEST WINES AND LIQUORS,
ALE,   PEER,  kc., kc.,
Will be served at tbo
'METROPOLITAN"
At TWELVE AND A HALF CENTS
per sample.
The public will plense call and sample, and
satisfy themselves that .ho very best is to be
had ut thc above price.
T. J. BORNES,
.    Metropolitan Saloon, Store street,
an 26
Miscellaneous.
CHAS. F. BARNARD, M.D.
SURGICAL <fe MECHANICAL
DENTIST
Fort etrcet, ono door cast of Govorntueut,
Victoria, V.I.
Dr. II. hereby lenderi bis prnteful ncknow-
lodgments le the citiy.ru.s >f Victoria for iheir
liberal palitaege tbue far, and hopes by gen-
tlcuiai'ly conduct und .strict applica-inn in
business tu merit a further continuance ol
luvnrj.
Winn desired will tisit parties professionally at their residences. All branches of the
profession attended to. Terms reasonable.—
Office hours from 8 a.m. to fr} p.m.
auS8 lm*
NOTICE
M
Chains and Anchors.
TWENTY  TONS CHAIN
Short Linked and proved from J to I
AND
ANCHORS,
From 20 to S00 pouods.
For Sale by
PETER M'QUADB,
au 23 Wharf street, Victoria
A. & W. WILSON,
House and Ship Plumbers
GASFITTERS,
BELL-HANGERS & TINSMITHS
FORfl   STREET.
All orders promptly attended to
et 2
DR. MAGGIEL'S
PILLS   k  SALVE.
These Vte-tWinft r-mftdifn Rr* now, for 111* fir t
Itrip.f w ■ pud I fif Ui Hi w T'l. K'tr over nnUaitcr
fa   t-ni'iiy ol private practice the ingredient* in Huso
Life-Giving puis
Hit* lie'ti u*H wtth thn jrreUMt ta«c«Rf, ThMr
misihu ll ii tuny to,ir«v>'ht i.lt#M<*» bat to i ure
Tliey ft rcli IW| th- various 1t)*t-'dl'*« by -h.ch Hip
IMtl'-Dt \h iiiftVrlng, Ah4 r<- InvlfOtlMtl t. «■ sMiii.'
|jr*l»m, T tll» n sa-l am) infirm u i*W dusus of tlit-Ht*
valuable PILLS witljirovo to Uo
A VERY FOUNTAIN OF YOUTH,
fet tn tltt* case t"<ey add n«w life and vita'itr, «"d
pi-lm' the w .n> -ix e \tt/*{*}* lo their riithie buiIm. T
ilie ^otmjfnn' ml dl ■ fr'"1 Wtqt "111 pr-ve nvift In
vnlii t Iv, in  n  rwi  y, fpiwtric  nnd jut intr  nioillciim,
irai'I dfMIfl   r*;iliziHl. tint P nini!id»'-l n  aoujfh
fur ihren huudr-'d yttrt Ago. and nei'er fund, ''e
look*4 Torn I il tain thai would ftltOtt the old t<i
'.lti'-r urn) niiik*' ' "uiii ever
An Eternal Hp^ing t
It wa» left for ihii dty nnd hour t« ,realiKe the drentfl,
and fhnw in ouegloriuui f^ct Iho magic thai u.Adi-
li fair.
TUESB  FAMOUS  REMEDIES
Cmont itiv th ■ (liitht of years, bul they can force bank,
an hold alotti, (tUtftNl hat mi 1.1 in m|-h ovei tne
ai{ ii mid the yooftfi Let ii"ite '■••• ■ i *h- t><en, hm
•i ir,« the faVArnble o,ipiirtuuity that tiffvrs. When taken
to preicibftl—
For Billious Disorders
Nothing1 can he mors productlfe of ctir« thnn thflRn
I'ilU.—rhuir nlmoHi m>gic infliencti in fait at o • • ;
t.Uil iht> UHual c< no mitanti ..f tin- m< si «M -u. h-m.;:
dltfaac nr-. ifiuovud. Thecertiutdiea are made Irom
the I'l.rust,
VEGETABLE COMPOUNDS.
Th y will not harm the m<mt delicate female, and
'"iii" t(i *-d with g»od ftfocl in pruricrihud deaoH to
thtt youLgeiti babe>
For Cutaneous Disorders
Andalleru'tlaisof Ibe akin, Mm SALVE 11 mo^t in-
Valuable. It dot* u t lu.il i xtemally tione, hut pt ne-
trslwl with the ntoni n arching t*il,ct» to Ihe very root
nf th# evil.
DR. MAGGIEL'S PILLS
Invariably care the following: Diseases t
Aithraa,
Buwel Complaints,
Obqghs,
Colda,
Cbeit Pi'eaaeR,
CoitlvencM,
Dj ^pepsia.1
Diarrhea,
Droptfi
Deiillly,
Fever and Aji 4.
pBhialeComplaintu,
lieadache,
liidiff'itinn,
lull if sn,
Inflaram ition,
Inward Wcakiiets,
Li 'T (■■'iii.'iiii.t,
Lowi,e«of Spirit!,
Hingworm,
Aheumatum,
ball  hlilntt}
Scalds,
Skin Di?pfties.
tSSr XOtlCE.—VbnefienrlnB without the enpraved
trade-mark »ro'ind Crtch pot or box; aigoerf hv DIt J.
mai.(iii.),, 43 Fulton etrcet; New iork, lo counterfeit
which tt felony.
jjy Hold by all reiptictnble DeAlen ln Mediclnea
throughout th* United Slaleaaud Can.ida—at 2b centu
per box or rol,
A. C. Langley & Co.,
Agents for Vancouver Island and British
Columbia,
IT-
BIJNSTER
HAS THIS DAY
ENTERED INTO
artnership
WITH ALL LOVERS OP
GOOD    ALE!
au 17-lm
CHARLES    BERNARD,
Manufacturer and Dealer in
FAMILY CHARTRES COFFEE.
And Spleen of all klndM,
No. 707, Sansome utrcct, corner Gold,
Between Jnrkjion and Pnciflc.
First Premium awarded by the Mechanics' Institute, for the best Coffee and Spices.
Tho proprietor bnvinff introduced titeam
Power in bits Mann factory, ha mow increased
facilities to supply the trnde and the pab'.tfl iu
general, All Rrtfctei from his Establishment
arc RUHranteed lo be pu'e nnd unadulterated.
The public are respectfully Invited to call and
convince themselves Country orders promptly
attended to. se 2
Mi-cellaneous.
LEATHER,   HARNESS,
AND
Trunk Manufactory.
WM. BALBY & CO.
WK TAKK TUB PRB4KNT OPPORTUK.
itv to ihnnk our nuiiieioiM niiitomeri for'
tlw llbcnl imirouaite bestowed unon us, nod
In into.in ilii'in and the ptitilie in tfeneritl tbat
we nrt- now carrjrinjf on, in ciuneetion witb
uur l.i; \ IHKIi .-iTtlllK, t'.o mnniifartur* of
BARNB»8of*lldMerlptlo*i, alau TRUNKS
nnd VAMriKS. We hnve constantly on linnd
a I'lrge assortment of ISLAND T.tNNKH Kit',
CAI-K, tt ABB BBS, BULK, WELT, STRING
»nd liliAli' I.KATHKU; also a general **-
sorirnent of SIIOrfM AKKB'S KINDINQB.
Parties requiring anytbiiifr in onr linor
should give us a (rial, as wo will supply them
cheaper than any bouse north of tSau Frau"
clsco.
BELTING   MADK  TO   OUDKR.
Terms   < "ai^li-
V7m.   X>alby  &  Co.,
Yates street, Victoria, V. I.
Await 2 tb, 18U1. au 20
BRITISH    PERIODICALS.
The London Quarterly Eeview (Confler-
vative).
The Edinburgh lleview (Whig)
The Westminster Review (Radical)
The Horth British Review (Free Church)
— AND—
Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (Tory)
Tlio fn ir RfTiewi re-|iuMi«lie<l hy Ileal*. Vcott ti
Co., nr>' L't-n^riil y in «lf)fnci ns tho (treat Royiewf,
nn<l Illi'kwond tins t>ron j'ntly iilnr,c*l in tlie amne
rank. H'lin. \i-r iJih|ii'ii-»-s wild r ml ui.: im'illoationi ol
tht*eln*i, wh tuVfrnmt n«Ais t-n-tral I nformdloti,
frMI fiio i he altoifetlmr helitna the tiniH In winch lie
live-—HHtl in tl'CKf tiiin-n t ])'■■ •'■■! may bi>ou R«t very
fur liol'ini. Th>iy mny he »ua«l nnd ittidietl with a*1-
utn'.'i >■ I'v ilu- peo|ile of thltt co intrv, oi eVery creed
uinl fttVty,
t*J~ 11LVCKWOOI) li anathallf ftttrat'tlvn it tfiirt
tint* tn Ami'iioAni, not only fir Itt sort I ■rtiHen hy
iii-Uii-uifh"'! v, rid'ii nf tic-11 tl, bill fur 'he arcount of
the Ut" olvll w r nntv heing wriltei hy Cl. Von
Iturki*, b (icmanolticiT, chirf* ,f-HtalI io Oen. J. K. h.
."tuart, ul the (,'oiifi ihthIc nrmy.
TRUMS   FOR   1808.
Foranjnnn  of tint Itm irwn.., fl per annum
Fur aii> two of tho Rcvlewn  t "
For any Ihree of tbe Itcvlewa 10 ''
Forallfuur of the Review* 12 "
Foa Ulackwo'd'a Mavailn* 4 "
K*rBlackwoud and  006 Rovl w...  T "
Fur lll:i lew o.l and any two of iho Re-
vl»wi 10 "
For TUchwooduid three of tho Reviews..13 "
For BUckwond and the four l<eview!.,m.l6 "
CLUBS.
A dl«c,oilnt of tioenty per rent will bt a'lowed to club*
of four or more pereona. "font, tour c pies of
Rlackwrnd, or of one I evlew will he uent to one address or 412 80. Kuiirfi'ipii'i of lbe fuur Review* and
Blackwood, f»r|-M, and ao on.
POSTAGE.
When sent by mail, the Postaoi to *ny paft of the
United I tea will be i-nt } vent)-four cents a >Bar for
" ucKWoon," and but eight cenu a year for each of
thcReVtewi.
Reduced Prices for previous years.
Subitrriber* may obtain the Rcpi-lnts lmmeaiately
preceding tSt'6, aa foll«wa, viz. :
Blaeitvyyxl from 8«ptera''er. 1854. to December, J865
tncliiitve, at the rate of $2 50 a year.
The tVortA. British from January. 1803, to Pecemher,
1><63, InolutWe: the Edinburgh <nd the Westminster trim
* p il. 1864, tu Ueccnilie-, 18fl\ tnelu»tv«, and the
Londtni Quarterly tor thc ye»T ia* 6, at tbe rate of $1 :>0
a year lur each or any   cvi-w.
a®1* A few copies yetrennln of all Oiefottr Reviews
tor jST.3utt4 ii set, or $1 60 for any one.
LEONARD   SCOTT   &   CO.,
Publishers, 38   Walker Strtvt, JV.  Y.
L. S. h Co., alao publiih the
I^A-Ill^FIi'S O-XJIIDE
By HrsRY Stio'Hins, of Edinburgh, and tlie U.e J. T.
Nonltis, .'f Ynle ' oWrat. t vol.. Eoj»i OcUTo, 1600
pufrei.titid DonieioiH  Eiigrarlngf
lMet 17 for the two »otuule«— iy IHII, poit p»id,
fl OO. U3
TUE   ONE THING   WANTED.
HOLLOWAY'S TILLS.
Tho Dlood.
ThMefiitnoiis pills nre bo composer! thn
tliey operate wholesomely on the slomnch, tho*
liver, the bowds, and other orguni; hy correcl-
11.1' any derangement! in their functions-
whereby a steady supply of pure materials tor
the renewal of the llloud is Inrnished, and ty
constRnt abslrociion of effete products is ef'
levied. This perfect circuinlion thus become!
the very fountain of health nnd lile, and overcome* ull form of disease wherever ils sitilu.-
tlon.
General iHNoi.ltin of Ilie l.i*cr
and Stomach.
All who ever indulge i\' '.able, either in eat«
ing or drinking, ibooM take about ten ot l?-gs-
tumoOB pillwat bed time, from which will ree
suit a clear head and good stomach the fbll'iw-
ing morning. Thousands of Ladies are always complaining of sick headaches, Want o
nppellte, wantof energy,and wain ul strength,,
to correct nil these evils, ihree or four ot those
I'ills should be taken twice a week, tfhen ih*f
would give the invalid .ne health anil nppctitu
of a ploQghmnn.
Fcmalco of all Amen andCleutsctt
Obstructions ol any kind, either in yountf
or those between forty nnd fift.y—th^ most critical peiiod of life—may be radically renin.-"}
by using these I'ills nccording to the printed
directions which accompany each box. Yoiinft
persons wilb sickly nnd sallow complexion!
may have the bloom of henlih restored by tbi?"
corrective, wLiOfa pnrilies the blood and er'
pels all gross and impure humors from tlicsy»*
tem. Beware thea of the critical ago Iron
forty lo litiy, an it sends many thousands to
premature grave,—these I'ills should be takot
it that period of Hie two or three limes f
teek
Want  uf Strength and Energy.
Persons of sedentary babirs, or those troubled in mind, working in Factories or Coal
I'its, who cannot obtain that nmoant ot fresL
air nnd exercise which nature requires, suffer
from weakness and delility, lowness of spirlli
and want of appetite. All such should take •
lose or two ol these Pills every three or foul
days, as they net gently and cllectualiy on the
system and impart vigor and energy to ih*
body, wbich is always followed by a good
appetite, sound and refreshing sleep, nud »
high How of spirits.
For the cure or Dropsy.
The cfflcicy of Holloway's Pills in Drop!/
is extraordinary. They act with such a peculiar effect upon the system, thnt the fluid'
caning this direlul complaint, are perceptibl
carried off and prevented from any further
nccumu'alion. Tho sufferer regains a buoy.
ancy of spirits and rejoices iu a completely
renovated coustitulion. It is indispensably
necossary thnt the Ointment should bo moil
effectually rubbed into the complaining par'j)
daring tbe whole course of treatment.
Children and their Aiinnnit.
In no country in the world are more children
carried to an early grave than in Great Britain.
Coughs, Measles, Scarlntinn, Fevers, and Othtf
iiseases attack the little suffurers, and death,
but too often, follows at a rapid pace ; yet If
at the first stage ot these complaints, parent*
were to have recourse to Holloway's Pills, all
danger would be avoided, for the stomach
and bowels wonld oe gently but efectually
cleansed by this mllu aperient; the depruved
numors correcteo ano the secretions duly regulated. A perfect cure would ^oon bo «f-
fected, and tbe little patient restored to loan''
health.
Holloviy' PI. i ue the but known renedy in th
world fiv the following diseases:
Sold at tbe Establishment of Professor Holloway, Ml
."trand, (near Temple Bar,) I. rulon ; als" by all respoct
able Pru|elata and Dealer, in Ma .icinc. throughout Ih.
civilised World, at the >olla»'lti|l'prlceiH-lk IX., & M,
In. tin., II.., 22a., and 33.. eacb box.
Asue
Female  Irregular
Scrofu'aorKiMfl
Asthma
ities
Evil
Billion* Complnlotr
Fever of ill Ic'nd*
Sore Thrnatt
Fits
stone and tirttt
Blotches   ob   thc
'■out
secondarj hytop'
Fklta
Head Ac lie
loma
Bowel complaints
liKligeflioi
Tic-Dolorous
Colic*
Inflammation
Tti in nn
Orn-.lpation of thc
liuiiiiliif
Ulcera
Bow»Ih
Liver Complaiotfl
Veucre&l     aRn<
Cotiiitmi lion
Lumbago
tlonn
IMdliv
I'tlet
Worms    o f   t
Dropsy'
Rheumatism
kinds
T>v«entrr
Roienlion »f Urine
Weakness     frotf
EijsiM'as
whatever cans*
*** Tlnre is a eonsiderahle saving by taking tht
irgt-r aiies,
hin-ctmus for the guidi.nce of patients in erery dloOT
der aro alflxed to each box.
Printed and Publipbcd by McClure ACo.tft*
tbe office, Langley Street-

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