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Celfpafft
tc
EVENING TELEGRAPH/'
^^^^H rtnuaaase
Everv   Evening at  4   O'clock,
(Saturday and Sunday evenings uoepted.)
ALSO IVIBT
SUNDAY    MORNING !
TEIUM OF  MUUSCItlPTIOR I
Per Annum, ln advance, by mail,.....»......„ |10 00
For «lx month!,     0 (K»
l»r Week, payable to Uirrler,         'it
ItifUCoplea        JO
For terms of Advertisement applv at the
Offioe. Lan?ley Street
■_ — _     ——■
What   thr   BkoliM   think of  oub
Monitoks —The   Enginetr,   a scientific
pnper of very M#h   authority,   utters   nn
emphatic opinion in fuvor of tho Monitor I
Miantonomuh : " Wherever she  hns cast
and or she hns hceij regarded with almost
unparalleled curiosity, and an interest not
deroiil  of awe.    We  quitted  her sides
with tlio uimvoidnhle  impression that she
\t the very tucarimtioii of a fell power—
an impression resemljliiiff, wo  fancy, that
wilh   wi ich  ancient  mariners  heard the
tale of Ihe Kraken, a tn le of a monstrous
fish flontinir just at  the surface   of the
water, covering neres  wilh its lint liody ;
intangible,   my -it r mis,   und  setting  thc
power of the slayer at  defiance.    After
all, a comparison between  tlio Miantono-
miih  and the   Kraken  is  not   very  farfetched, and we feel eertnin ihnt in powers
of destruction she would fnr exceed anything which even  the Kraken, according
to Norse legends, wns capable of accomplishing.    Any doubts to which  ve mny
have continued   to cling, as  regards  Ilie
good  qualities  of  the  Monitor   system,
disappeared before we left the Miantono-
ruab.    We confess, with hiiniilia'ion, that
it is impossible to vixii her wllbnuf currying away the  conviction   that slionht   it
over bo our hard  fate to   try conoluiioDI
at sea  with  our American cousins,   '.he
fifty-six Monitors which they now possess
would  probably produce   on  our   naval
power very much the same effect ns that
pioduced on   Austria  by   the   Prussian
needle-gun."
New   Advertisements.
I'CTDRM,   VAMCUUvm   ISLAND,   JtliatAt   E^STMroSTTlS?
NewjVclvertisemcnts.
LINCOLN   HOUSE
Cor- Washington and Front sts
Relief  for   tho
PORTLAND, OREGON.
IV. O* JI.VITHILS-ilvV,
Of  the  St.   Nicholas   Ho'el,   Victoria,]
HAVING TAKEN TIIE ABOVE   dofTssl
wishes to announce to tl.e public thnt ho j
is now [i i'pnp'1   to   iii-cnniodnte gueslH in a
Satisfactory in.*nn^r.   No'hing will ba lefi undone, which is In the power of Ihe proprietor
to do, to render quests comfortable.
I'ortluud, August -Mill, 1866 se 14
NO. 79.
Afflicted.
THI!
EVENING TELEGRAPH
THI INTRODUCTION OP
Perry     Tlft\*vtm»
Vegetable Paii Killer
— OF—
WASHlNGlOiV TERRITORY
'IMIIS INSTITUTION  WILL  1IEOPEN ON
1    the iv th inst.    Pupils  of both sexes re-
j To the Suffering  Humanir of this
' has relieved  more pain, mnl caused moro
Age
--, ...i'.   vuuncu  mull1
real joy than any other one thing that can
he mimed
IT   IS  AM
Everett's Exchange,
STORE  STREET,   V. I.
1 HE PROPRIETOR RESPECI FULLY IN-
1 forms his friends and the public list he
hag opened his old stand in Store street, where
ht will keep as before the finest quality of
WINKS, LIQUORS, and CIOARS.
Com* and see.
se 3-lra       PAT. EVERETT, Proprietor.
WILLIAM   LYONS,]   ^^^^^^^^^
SHIPHNG      jJob   Printing
-AND —
Commission      Agent,1'        ESTABLIHIMIEliT
Langley Street, Victoria,
GENERAL
On the Comer of
OUTUAOES  AGAINST   THE   .TrwS —  la
eharest  was recently  the  scene of  the
most disgraceful riots and outrages.    The
Legislature huving passed A-rticle 6 of the
Constitution, wliicli grunted   to the Jews
political and civii rights, n fanatical crowd
on that dny invaded  the  Chamber, nnd
by Intimidation obtained tlie repeal of the
obnoxious  article      Not  satisfied   with
this victory,  the  popnlace   threw  itself
upon   the  newly   erected   temple,  a   fine
building, which  is quito an  ornament to
the city, pillaged it nnd stripped it of all
its contents.     The rioters then inarched
to the synigogue, where the sacred scrolls
of the law were profaned, und everything
in it demolished.      The tnmu't lasted the
whole night,  during   which  the terrified
Jews  had  to  remain in  their hon-es in
order to estnpe the violence of the  fatnit-
ical urn1'.    When the authorities at last
ipterposed  the  work  of desocaiion nnd
pillnge  had   been   accomplished.      The
Russian  consul   was most  active in his
humane cjertiotis to  protecc   those Jews
who claimed  Russian nationality.     The
other consuls  suggested   to   the  terror
•tricken  Jewish   population  officially  to
claim   their protection ;   hut   the hn iiaiie
offer has, from  prudential  considerations,
been declined —Jewish Chronicle.
"FACTS~vs. theories^
" Givo me a place to rest my lever on,"
lays Archimedes, "and I will move the
world." " Give mc pure And unadulterated
drugs," says Medicus, of tho olden time,
"and I will cure disease."
In one sense, both of theso learned pundits
were the veriest charlatans. They knew there
was no place to rest theiir lever ou, either to
move the world or cure disease. Mechanism
wag in a backward state, nnd the medical profession was but anothei name for sorcery,
and all the adjuncts of magic filters nud
charms of the "evil eye," ke.
But these letter days have borne unto us
something more than even superstition and
its crew ever dreamt of in their mnddest philosophy. In these days of practical science,
what was theory uf yesterday if fact to-day,
mnl all the old time notions become ne bubbles
in the sun, and burst and break with every
breath we draw.
Let Archimedes shoulder his lever and we
will find a resting place for it to move the
world. Let mine ancient Medicus pant and
toil no more lor the drugs he so sorely needs,
for we have them at our hand, ever rtndy to
lerve tbem at his beck.
Refined in  the laboratory of Dr.  MagLiel,
the finest materials known ln tlie medical profession   are   obtainable   by   any. one.    His
Billious, Dyspeptic, and Diarrhoea Pills stand
unrivalled, and his Salve operates with magi-
[ c*l effect upon burns, scalds, and all sores and
ulcers of the skin.
In fact, we think Maooisl's Pills and Salve
! »re the wonder of this  century, and we are
0,ppy in the thought that many others of our
brethren of the cralt agree with as. We would
•srneitly counsel   that  all  families provide
; ilntnselres with Dr. Maggiel's Prepatations at
°Qce, and keep them ready at hand, so as to
! Me them at the most opportune time and as
•eeesio>i serves.— VeS-o Sentinel.
. .,..- u. Hum sexes re-
1 ceived, who will be expected to lurnish tlieir
own rooms, which are provided in separate
buildings, free of charge.
The   Expense   ol   Hoarding   and   Tuiiion.
without incidentals, will   not exceed $50 per
quarter of 11 weeks, payable in advance.
For further information address
REV.  GEO. F.  WIHTWOHTII,
President.
Seattle, W. T., Sept. 1st, 180G. se 11
RED LION HOTEL,
GOVERNMENT STREET.
'I'HE   AliOVE-NAMKD    IIOTKL   HAVING
J.   beeu opened by
JOE     EXJEOST,
He will ho  hippy io meet his   friends on all
occasions, an    will furnish them with   *
the best of
Wine?j Liquors, Ale, Porter, &c,
and v i?ars.
BOARD AND LODGING PER DAY, $1.
.. _    rtnp.....ii- -..A pVi.i'wi
Call and see the establishment.     JOE presides and keeps order, te 10
Mrs.   He in
KBBPB    CONSTANTLY   ON   HAND   Till,
latest liisbioiis in
HA ILLINERY
—AT—
Prices  to  Suit the  Times,
GOVERNMENT     STREET
Uotweon Fort and Broughton. se fi
For Sale Ex Camden,
Hoafetler, lim her, and Augn-inra Bitters,
Oregon Cider In bbls. and ra-m.
Claret In tasks, hair-rank" and cases,
Saulrrnc and California While Mine,
French tlrohol 00 O.P.,
tug. fllquot, Hunim and Bollenger Chain.
paguc,
And In  "lore an  assortmrnl  of Rrandy
and Liquors billable lor lbe lint
t&* Depot of Havana tSigars.
EUGENE THOMAS,
se 6 Vales street.
Invaluable   Remedy,
Our first Physicians  use it,  and recommend
its  use;   tbe   Apothecary find.'  it   first
among tlie medicines called Ijr, and
tbe wholesale Druggist comiders
it  a  leading article  of lis
trade.     All the dealer.-
in medicine speak
alike  in its favor; and its
reputation as a medicine of crest
merit and virtue is fully and permanently  established,  and it ia ihe great
Family MediciDe   of tho Age-
Every Volunteer should have a botile, in case
of Hidden attacks of Disease.
Taken Internally, cures
Sudden Colds, Coughs, <fcc,
Weak Stomncli,
General Dehility,
.Nursing Sore Month, Canker,
Liver Complaint,
Dyspepsia or lndijjeition,
Cramp and uuin.in the titomaci&f
How el Complaint, nr-TT
Painters' Colic,
Asiatic Cholera,
Diarhasa and Dysentery.
Taken oxteiua'ly caret
Felons, Bolls, nnd Old Sores,
Severe Birrns> and Scalds,
Cms, Bruises and Sprains,
Smiling of the Joints,
Ringworm and Tetter,
Broken Hreasts,
Frosted Feet and Chilblains,
Toothache,
I'uin in the Face,
Neuralgia and Rheumatism.
Wharf and Johnson Street u
se 3-2m
Ayer's Pills
&    AIIST   KILLER,
Taken Internally, should   he  idclterated
with  milk   or wutor, and sweetened wild
IU£8f, if desired, or made   into  a  lymp
with   molu>fi08.    For   a   COUGH   and;
Bronchitis, u few drops on Mifnr, oaten,!
will he more pffeotlv*) than fl nothing else.
For BORfl THROAT, jrargli the throat I
with a mixture of Puin Killer and water, I
and the rnl.of is immediate ant cure poti* >
live
jB*aT It  should   not  he forgotten that
the    Fain   Killer    ih   equallj as    imi.i to I
tuke   Internally   as   to   use  externally.
Each hottie is wrapped  wiih   ull   directions for its UM'.
Are particularly adapted to
derangements of the dlgestfra
apparatus, and diseases arising  from   impurity  or tba
Mood. A la !■_••■ part of all tha
rompluints that afflict mankind originate in une of lh«w,
and consequently these Pilu
are found to cuts many vari-
—   etlea of dinca«e.
Subjoined are the statement* from tomo eminent physicians, of tbtiir effects fn their practice.
As a Family Physic.
From Dr. H. IT. Curtwrioht, of tVtto Orleans.
| "YonrPn.fJ are tbe prince of purges. Their eieollent
qualities surpais uny cathartic we possess, Tbey are mild,
but rery certain and effectual In thoir action on "the bowela,
which make* tbem iu valuable to us in thu daily treatment
of disease."
Foe Jaundice and all Livnn Complaint*.
From Dr. Theodore Bell, of Xeut lark dtj/.
NNot only Are your Pilu admirably adapted to their
purpose u an aperient, but I tiiul tbuir beneficial effect*
upon the Liver very marked Indeed. They hare In my
practice proved more effectual fur tho cure of bilious am*
ptaintt tban any one remedy I can mention. I sincerely
rejoice tliat we have ot length a purgative which il worthy
Uio tonfldencu of tbe profession and the people."
Dysphpsia — Indigestion.
From Dr. Henry J. Knox, of St. Louis. I
"The PiLu'ysu wen- kind enough to «end me have beta '
•11 lined in my practice, and have natiefied me that tbey an
truly an extraunilriary modhine.   So peculiarly are they
adapted to tbe diueaRea of the humnn Ryetera, that they setm
to work upon tbem alone.    I bave citf-ed aome cases of dyi-  i
pepsia and indigestion with tbem, which had resisted the ]
other remedies we commonly uae.   Indeed I bave expert-
mentally found tbem to I- effectual fn almost all the woi<i
$•  I Min- — DranitrKBA — Relax. ',
From Dr. J. O. Oretn, of Chicago.
" Tour Pills have had a long trial in my practice, and I
hold tbem In rsteent as one of thc best aperients I haveerer
found. Their alterative effuct upon tfm liver makes them
an excellent remedy, when trivon in Rimill doses, for bilious
dytentery and dinrrhtwa. Tlnir lagMMiOfttliig makes thBm
rery acceptable aud cuuveuieut for tho urn of women aud
children."
Internal Obstruction—Worms—Suppiiessioh.
From Mr*. S. Stuart, who pracitm at a Thirtirnn. unci Muiwift
in llottvn.
"I find one or two large doses of your Pills, taken at tha
proper tinm. are excellent prnmotivea of tlie natural secretion when wholly nr partially suppreaaed, and also very effectual to cleanse the stomach and expel worms. They are
ao much the belt physic we have tbat I rwwmniend noothar
to my patients."
Constipation — Costiveness.
From Dr. J. P. Vaughn, Montreal, Canada.
"Too much cannot be said of your Pills for the cure of
eostiventti- J f others of our fraternity havo found tbem
as efficacious as I have, tbov sli-uld Join me in proclaiming
it for the benefit of tlm mnltitudee who suffer from tbat
complaint, which, although bad euougb In itself, ie the pro
genftor of others that are worse, i believe coftiitntst to
•riffinate in tbo liver, but your Pilu affect tbat organ and
eure tbe disease."
Impurities op the Blood — Scrofula — Eey-
■iFKLAfi — Salt Riiel'X — TbtTBR — TVM0BS
— Khfxmatism — Oodt — Nechaloxa.
From Dr. Etskiel Hall, Fhilwlrlphia.
"Tou were iiKht. Doctor, In saying that your Prut purify
tht blood. They do that. I have used them of late yean in
my practice, and agrw with your statement* "f their efficacy.
Th«y stimulate the excretories, and carry off tlie impuritiua
tbat lUgnnte In tbe blood, engendering dieease. They
•tlmulat» the ortftni of dlgrktion, and iuI'usu vitality aud
The  Printing   Office
OF  THK
EVENING
TELEGRAPH
Office is replete with every appliance
and variety of Material for the
Execution of
LETTER PRESS   PRINTING!
Id all its branches, whether
Plain   nr   Cirnrt mnntnl
'PSIE OFFICE AIMS at securing
JL suet speedy Execution of orders na il
consistent with correct and elegant Work-
in unship.
Orders received for Printing.
hooks.
Business Cards,
I'aniphleta
Invoices,]
Catalogues    •
liiil Heads,
Sermons,
Trade Forms,
Reports
Circulars, (PUia
Reatals,
Coloured,)
Leases,
Hand   Bills. (Plata or
Law Forms ot erer/ Coloured,)
description,
Prices 25 tents, fiO cints & $1 per bottle.
LIST OF AKRIVALS
At the Mount Arnrnt Hotel during the months
of June, July, and August, 1806.
June—His Excclk-ncr Governor Kennedy, Mr
William    A   G   V.ung, Mr.    Benj   W 	
July—Messrs .las Wilcox, F Dupray, Jas Heed I
Macii'laiu, John   Dnnd. Louis  Phllpot,     >      ...      • m     , e    y>
F W Ahvooii, J ll Ford, E 8 Hatch, Sir   A    LilOlCe    LOt    01    Jd3C0H
Jas Douglas, D Fraser, E S Whiiting- '
ham.
August—H E Seelye, W E Stronnch, J
Robertson Stevvurt, Thos L^tt stal-
schinidt, Uobt liurnaliy; John N'icho1-
son, M M Titus, F W Qreen, Benj W
Pearse, Acting Surveyor General, R
Homfray, H O Tiedemaun ; James Mc-
Cutchan; Wm Di-nny, VVni Wilson,
Joseph Hilton. R D a d J; Rem eth Uc-
Kentie, Jr, Wm B McKenzie, David B
Blair, Chas Rediorn, Ch is Kent.
st I- Im
EX   FIDELITER
•Jii.««t   Arrived..
For Sale by
ao 2
P.  Qilligan,
STOKE STREET.
FOR     SALE,
Ib
AGOO^ MARE (IN FOAL), WITH YEAR-
ling colt   by   her   sido.    Will work in
single or double harness.
Apply at tbe
Office of the Evening Telegraph?
LANGLE r  STREET. se 9
EXPRESS LINE STAGES.
THE  COACHES   OF  THIS   LINK  W-. i,
now run   regularly, leaping   Vale, B. t
on
MondajN,
Wednesdays.
And Fridays
AT 7, A. M.,
FOR    SAVANA'S    FERRY
(Big Bsnd Ronte), nntil the completion ot the
road, when tbey will go to Havana's Ferry.
The Coach for Cariboo will leave Yale or
Mosday.
jy! F. J. BARNARD.
▼igor into Ilie *yetem.
'■."mil mpwdm ai yon prcparf are*national benefit,and
you ilenervtt ^ruat crodlt for Uioin."
Foh IIramchk — Sick IlBADACirs—Fol*l Stomach— Pir.Kri—PHOl'BT—rtETUUlU—l'ARALYkll
-Pm-Jto,
from Dr. Edward Boyd. BmlHmorm.
"Dim Pr. Am': I rannot oniwiTvou what complainti
I have r-urtd with v. ur PlUB Lwttar than to nny all that i«
iter treat wit't a pmyoifal mrtltttne. 1 p|m*n grt-ixl titpnth
•n<*«on an aflfertDftl ratbaitlo In my daily ODDtwt with Jii>
ea*t>,and btdieriiie at ! do that jour I ills tSonl ut iho bolt
w« lia».'. I »f i■i.iiibi' ralua them hulilv."
itW- Moit of tlm Pilli in markft contain MorcnrT. which,
although a raluahlf remedy in nkilful Uamln, Is (lan^roue
in a public pill, from the dreadful cortspinifiices tliat frequently follow id Incautious uio. Tlieie contaiu uo mercury or mineral suUUnce whatorcr.
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
Ha* long been maniifartnrcil by a practical rheniiit, and
•Tsryounrr- at It rtn»icr Iii- own tyt, with hirariable acco-
racy *nti c.ire.    It is Hftled and prokTit-1 hy tan from cuun-
tArfeitii,  antl fonBtsjimiitly can  be rolitd  on as  i;<>nuinef
without ad ul term ion.    It nupplics tho surest remedy the
world luu ever known for the care of all  pulmonary com-
,  plaint*;  for Coi'QRt, Cnii'9. HousraMB, Amthma. CRotrp,
'■  WBoormo Cooon, Bronchitis, Incipient Consimption, and
I for the relief of cenmimptive patients in atlvAucod stages of
i the disease.   Ai time maki's these facte wider uud better
known, this medicine has gradually become Uie best reli-
i'  noee of the afflicted, from the log cabin of the American  I
peasant to the palaces of Etiropeau kings.    Throughout ■
thif entire country, in every auto and city, and indeed al- j
, moat every hamlet it contains, Cherrt Pectoral it known |
u tht lieit of all remedies fiir diseases of the throat and j
lungs.   In many foreign countries it ie extensively used hy J
their most intelligent physicians.   If there is any depend- j
ence on what men of erery station certify it has done for i
tti'-m ; If wh can trust our own senses wben we see the dan- |
geroua affections of the lungs yield to it; if we can depend '
on the aimranca of intelligent physicians whoso busintss
Is to know; In short, if there is any reliance upon any
thing, then is it irrefutably proven that this medicine do«a I
euro the class of diseases it is designed for, beyond any and J
all other remedies known to mankind.   Nothing but its intrinsic virtues, and the itnmistakable benefit conferred on
thousands of sufferers, could originate and maintain tha '
reputation It enjoys.   While many inferior remedies havo i
been thrust upon the community, hare failed, and been |
discarded, this bas gained friends by eTcry trial, conferred
benefits on the afflicted they can never forget, and producwj
cures too numerous and remarkable to bo forgotten.
Prepared by Dr. J. C. AVER,
PRACTICAL AND ANALYTICAL CHEMIST,
JaND SOLD BT
MOOKJE & Co., Victoria,
ce-lS
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General News Agent
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Najlor. >tierifT of Vancouver I.land and It!
Dependenric1*. ftgad 43 vNH. DtCMfed wa;*
a natii-e of Wnl.i'.'ii. <], Vurlnlrri' England,
Itti tot many Jtart a*pt»lu ot the Wakefield
and Pontelrai.-l Yeiiiiniiiry t.'avdry.
Tho funeral Hill lake pi ice from his late
residence, QtttbM street, J.nues 13 y, on
Tbnnday, Oct, 4th, at j o'clock, p.m.
All friendH are ki' illy invited lo at'end.
Belfast Weel.li/ A'ews and Leeds Utreury
please' opy.
DaA'rti of RllftlFf Navlok—We deeply
regret to htlve to announce the dea li. tlii-
morning, of Williaiu Brooke ffaylor, Bnq.,
SherilT of Vancouver [>Iand, Mr. Naylor,
although slightly cpmptalning of rheumatic
affections for some tinie biu-k, was in liis
usual health on Friday Inst, but on the afternoon of that day, wh le p oreeding EOWftrdl
hii residence, .lumen Hay, ho suddenly fell
down on Ihe street in a lit ami was carried
home. Kroin that time tl 1 bll death, wiii-li
occurred at bnlf.pait 160 n.n .. bi « i de-
lirious, und insensible to the kiml attention!
wbich were lavished upon bim, Ur. Trimble
assisted by Dr Helmcken was iu constant
aitendnnce on him till hi- death The deceased gentleman wag a native of Wakefield,
Yorkshire, England, where he hms most respectably comiecteil. He came out t'i tbis
colouy in 18S!), landing in Vancouver Inland
on the 21th of May. For ibe ntxi two yeas
he travelled a good deal round tcic Island,
spending some time fishing and shooting
ai Sooke. where bo bought a tract of bind.
On tho 6th of January, I8G2, he was up-
pointed by Governor Doug'as Sheriff of Vancouver Island end its dependencies, nnd nt
once devoted bis whole time and ahi ilics lo
thc requirements of his office, which I e filled
in the most exemplary manner, performing
duties always onerous, aid ofieu stern and
disagreealile, with a uniform delicacy und
kind ineBS which won for bim tbe respect and
esteem of every one witb whom he enme
in eontuct. In his private life he
was   genial, unostent-tious, und charitable,
md his loss, b ith us an official mnl as a
nieiubei of society, will be sce'ely felt and
generally muurneil. Decease'! leaves u wife
nnd one child. Tlio fune ul will t*'ke place
on Thursday, from his residence Quebec
fkroet, James Bay. Me will be buried
wiih masonic honors, buying been a Master
Mason at the time of bis death. Wc would
luggest as a deserved tribute to   the worth nt
hb deceased   that the  places   of busin ss  in
he city should be  closed during the passage
I thc funeral procession.
Tut Mkkiinu on SlTUBDAT Nioiit.—A
rriter in this morning's Chronicle, over Ibe
ignnture of "Spes," asserts, amongst Other
Misstatements, that "not one-fil'lh of the
jeoplo who crowded the ibentre have any
eligible interest in the community." The
ibsurdily of such a statement is its own r Citation. What man is tliere earning liis living
a tbe community and contributing by bis
lonest labor to the revenue and the giowth
Bf the colony who has not Ihe very strongest
ntercst therein ? They may i ot, tu be sure,
loisess the peculiar interest induced by thc
'tiding of a useless sinecure like the Registrar
Jcneralship, at $2,SOD a year and nothing to
lo, but who would not mote respect Ihr burd-
orking toiler who feeds himself and bis
hildren by the labor of his own hands or
end, than those official d.ones, "who toll
ot neither do tbey spin," but- who arrogate
o themselves all tbe loyally and " tangible in-
flrest" in the community? " Spes " calls our
eport of ihe meeting a ' one--idcd " one,
ut we are sure tbat every unpreju Meed person
ho was present will ndmit thnt, although
'ressurily condensed, it wns a fair nnd iin-
trtial account of the proceedings, a fact
ibich may be corroborated seen by the bur-
•tqne report nf the Chronicle. The dislike
f''Spes " to the report is easily accounted
°r by the fact that he nud bis unworthy
•rother officials wbo took tbe lend iu d sturb-
ug the meeting re publicly pilloried asennct-
Qg tbo part of rowdies on th   occasion.
Mechanics Institutb.—A most ngre.iblc
^fining was spent in tho lecture rooms of the
lechiiaics Institute last night. Th ro were
bout 100 Indies and gentlemen present, who
vinced much interest in tlie programme of
nuseraents provided hy tbe energetic
onagers of the institution. Mr. W. K. Bull,
resident of the Debating Class, occupied thc
air, and Mr. W. C. Khind presided al the
iano. Addiesscs by Mr. Lang, and Mr. Bull
'ire given, vocal perlc-mur ces by Mayor
mnklinand Messrs Emory, Bagnal, Kedfern,
'bite and Callingham, and readings And relations by Messrs Dissette, Clark, Mnllun-
ine, Redfern, Havelock, thn proceedings
"minuting with the National Anthem.
tutttateni ut Han Fham-isoo.—a  atiaata
letter n-c-ived fiom San Fimadseo by In
thus  n'1 rani   ftetoi lam in ihat
city:—- ,i
' ti   ilu-   Former   new | eper,   an i
UeKi a/, c ,,: ",,, Colontet hat ^
Ibi A    ■ Latter \  Bell nud two otbi.
■ '!"• i -    .-•■ got i np oj asani "t I. ■'-'  M   in-
i 'in ' '•■• -   per day; I tin rwcll bas
fa through   I
I   I  qulasalt,   bai
is io ths
tun.-of $3,000 to $4,000. A J. Welsh has
rent' I "lbe Willows," ul $8M a month."
IIrokes HeAUTsn.—It id stated that Jim,
the Indian convicted of stealing the clothes of
tlo- ii urdsred man Edward fron. is starring
himself n death, having enteu no food for
l'j days. liev. Mr. Browning persuaded him to
eat a little innat ye rerdny. Jim suys his lum-
tum is brok n, because he has been wrongfully convicted.
CoNORATOLATOttT—The Chief und Assistant
>gineers elect of the Fire Department will
tortain their friends to-night in the Tiger
gins House.
PaonoTioi.—Quart r-maeter Sergeant Mo r
h'i'il hi, been appoio e l brei I lieutei unt in
ih" Hi lb- 'oip- mi cQnsider.il on of li.'
on-  i!ul ii '1 In- him as paymaster
since the formation of the corps.
Shiim-iso at 1,'tsai.aiit -The ship Silas
Orannman is now loading nt Utsalady for
Hongkong, tbe Royal Tar for Ca'lao, 'hi- Annie I nng'ou for Hongkong, und tbe bug
.Sheet Am hot fir San Pranolsco,
TELEGRAPHIC
Eastern.
Tlie Commercial snys tho Assistnnl
Treasurer bns receivod or ers from Wnsh
in^iou, saspendlug tlm oootersiotf of th:r
t:i - iti\o liuiiils nf 1866.
Nk» V'mi:;, Sept. 28—Stephens lyntl-
quarters were nil bustle uml activity yesterday, Important negotiations mc pending, wb'ch alien pobllshed will ontoillsh
tin brotherhood A nolle prosequi has
been entered iu the caaa "f Koiorts, Fe
nian Centre, mnl liin can bei been dismissed.
Port al- Basque, Sept. is —Timro wns
mi awful gale nl' wind on Saturday, the
221,011 ilie e etero coast of Newfoundland A jrrcut hi ■ nv wrecks Imve been
reported, A French friguie wa* lost at
St. Pierre, nml several cooalera were
wrecked ; over 160 dead bodies were
picked up in St Pierre on Sunday, wliicli
were Int from different vessels. No further particulars have come to hand.
New rpBK Sept. 88—Tho 8t. Potere-
Initjjj llitisen Zeilnrig sins : All the pre-
parntioni on ilu- mainland, nml the
nounding! in Behrlug'i Stmts fm- the
completion of ibe telegraph, will he eon-
BtfUt) tl over u dis'unee of 3,000 iui.es
lieyniid K net :  nnd lines will lie finished
from Orantry Haven  to the Keuypaok,
und nhinjr the volley of this liver from
OkaltK lo niershga, ainl perhaps even us
far as lieliorled with the Anadyr line.
The ciible between Oranlry Haven and
Sniganen, n distance nf 700 miles, ami
ihnt between Oupe Spondery and Cape
Tnlsto, in the bay of Anadyr, will it is
said lie laid Ijc'ore the end of ibis month,
American ami Ruasian energy has bjeeu
very ipnck iu lakiug steps to complete
the Ine which is to connect nnd hold io-
. ether the nations who-e i ew alliance,
all hough baptised In champagne, and
heralded forth hy fireworks, oannol be
regarded   wit bout  a slight  feeling of uu-
easiseas by some of tbe westerly nations
nt Europe
Chicago, Sept 29 —Since the completion of t.ie Atlantic Cable, and the mc-
Ceasful fishing up of the 0 d one, whereby
there nre twn rabies in successful operation, thf Ruasian extension of > Im-
Western Union Telegraph Company bus
been regarded ns n failure, i\en if t
slmuiil be completed; la cause of the great
length of time it, will rci|iiire to Ini'sunt
messages, it can never compete wilh the
Atlantic Cables,
New YmiK, Sepl 2s —General S nlfl
Anna has located lis headquarters on
Siaien Islainl ami lias opened a regular
business iiiirei.o for ihe transaction ol
mallei's bulking to the delivery of Mexico
from the French authority ; he is oecu-
11 eil, so report goes, constantly wilh various people on Ihat subject, anil has
enlisted the sympathies of tbe Fenian
brotherhood. Col. Roberts, (Jen Sweeny
and otlier Fenian chiefs are zealous in the
attachment to his cause ami are educating
the Irish to Ihat belief. Tbree large
steamers have been purchased for the r
uie.
California.
San Francisco, Sept 29.—Tiie steamer
Julia, when leaving the wharf at 4 o'clock
today for Stockton, burst her steam drum,
killing five of (lie crew and b.dly wounding the rem tinder, the purser and engineer ; were badly scalded.
Hcllottav's I'll is.— Ili'urhrca ; n I Bjwel Ciniplainti.
—ih -tie miladies are ever present, aid if left mint
leaded f.cnioutly terminate fir .ill,- It should b"
evenwh ie known thu bothofaoleraind dlsirboi^de.
|ici.d at the pieten;■ of seme und'gcsicil inbsiinirr i>
tin) Blotn-ch er bowels, or some d.-h'teriom ma'ter in
tnebloo'l, and thai Holloway'l Pilli can fTpel eiiher
with ese and expedi ion. Thoy conei-ntiata inasur-
prisinf degree ino-ifjiiip, alternativp, regulail'i? and
strengthening .ualltles, nn.l thus exert over erery in-
torn .lor--an the wliola.omeb- controlling Influence to
necessary f.i subduing exc-s6ive aclion In tha human
frime. Hcllowiy'i medicine may b« advantngponsly
akati ni a means cllteiping tho bbod pure and the
body cool—the on y practicable plan of miintalmng
hwlth in ynolh, minhood. and eld tf.
4 ii ■■ i li I l.i t Ion or 4iiiii-\ull<>ii.
ur Bvssue TttSbaara
a
'• ilnwu vai.l j.m.-ic , ,,| i     rolooyaa
laa4T fferaSeol live   ,-
bluner nml  "ihree   ctieerJ  for ll
DM   ' in tlie fai'nr • t a I IT|S I i«       "lake up
I   and vaik," i|iiite   *i .»-. :.  aa   Uny
i i - win
I
pauperises bimse]
c looj be h.i|.i<l to have made im boms
privations  of lamllles  fbreed  to leave  ihe
colony   nre   Bathing   to   then.   Tu   Motion
suicide fur want  of employment; or  tlie   ante
of bou-ehobl gmls for bread—is blaek treason.
Three of "ur  print :ji 1 .-■ la  oae
line ol liusini.-- are noir preparlaf tego toffan
Prancisco and Poriland. Is lim: j.t -i.
much treason for tbem to plaa theuiaelrrs
under ihe American Ha-, ns to »«k in a cou-
atiluiionnl woy, to Imve the Asi-iicar. Ua^
t lacci ovcrtli'-m/ They may ien a ui .
tli t th- p oj. teal to iin.i,^ tiiij Itllnd a portion
fie United Stale i will n .t b ■ lo iked up in
T.-illi li.e li'ly hnr or «i'li n'lifll I I
nlli.-'i domiu ibis c Lony views I | Nepdra.iun
t .in ber i il sies has toojj baao. ' avowed
P l-cy, of '1 !'• ci.ii, ! India I* "o '
■ i.- .-,i dependency) and In add tion io ttie
plainly ipokea seuliments of a tny cui'ii-in
i steimen, I'reftfSorOoldwinfem b, of Uzfoid
I.'in srsitj, bas persistently advi inted in a
serieg ol leiteri io tbe Timet so articles to
some "f tne leading man zin-1 bogland'a
Klving up all lb'- colnni s, wbeoe ir nny one
coul i tie found to take t >■ ", "u b ■ fi mn i
ilint they were a serious expense rnlle s-null.
and tiiai they 1.   [elate a blgll larif nu     ritid;,
 i.   w en tli y hero negttat.    Is lie not a
traitor, and is not the Loud n Tim In treaeoi ■
able sheet?   No.   Professor  lioldyia   .Smi n
and the London Tuns ATI IOO 1. ^\ lor us to
reach, tbey arc nol trai'.ors, A trillion to Her
Majesty lor Anasxaiion will raise t|i qucitioo
— wiicii er tin- colony is uo th rfsiolng or
not--nml lead io i nine -I 'finite re I
I -ii|i|.o-e no one uiu deny 'lie f:'.pr'89ion
and distress cxi-iinjy in Hie colonji Nor can
it lie denied ibui un enormous imttityrntiou has
poured Into Ho' emu.iry. l-'rnni j'J.-'J iO to
su.'juu people during the last 7 jeers Is generally considered a low estimate, Bow many
do «" retain—6000, -looo, si,all » i tave 2uob
six months bence? Is not thii in itself ud
rvldeneo of mismanagement—and uiscanuoi
lie laid lo the Ho ll u A --cnihl; ,for ti pcpular
representaiives have almost nlwaySbesn In a
minority, nr is it lo be snid tbat iln-OQ.OJli or
'ci.Oi'O comers il tree not Ihe rigk sort of
people?" Were tli'- shiploads who tame irom
Australia, and who turned round alnost lo n
man and weul back ngnln if ihey coud net the
means, ar re tbey not ths rlgbtsorsf No, they
were not the sort to submit to the l.voritism
and jobbery, tbo snobbery and corruplon they
saw here,
Bi.t honor to whom hnnor i= duo. Mismanagement di'l not begin under Clovertor Kennedy. His Bxcelleney bas been absttntortn-
nnte in being commissioned to a declining,
discontented colony. Ho must lnve been
morn than human to have been nlwas rijrh
It was not his fault to find 3 or 4 yeat arrears
of taxes um-ollec'ed .vlien lie atrivei. That
alt 'he avallaola land in the colony lad been
partitioned out among speculators aid nn'-
improvera. Pre-erapiors were lookcdup<n ng
pun in rs applying al n I.on Ion pcor .^nuse fnr
reli f—the tioorept fin, given '^yfcii.ply.
It is a misfortune t.i be called upon to pp side
over a colony snlfering under a romehcatlon
of ills t at it will take tnaiiy years l| nn-iify,
if the current of events ure not veparfng
another deatlny for ft As a climax McQueen's
ministers liaving previously taken i^vny our
Inheritanre and bestowed it on ths Hudson
bay Company, have now taken aivay our
biribright and banded us over ns Jeifs to a
paid niHgietmcy, «|i[ioinlees of tlif crown,
Despots always haveaijecl subjects,ir compel
submission by tin-.-word What soft of sub*
jee's ami haw mnnv will .he [jrnisli (lilumhian'
lespotismrule over? 0. EINIA8.
Sfxclal i\ti(lces.
Mn. Zias'hegs io annonnoe to ilii Inhabitants ol -ictoria that lie lina lately jeceived a
u re sss rt cut of Children I I ai tages and
i, Ptsbing llnskeis nnd Fishing Cams,
snd a large quantity of tfarket and ir ive Jinir
Itnskets, China V.ises, Fancy Qoodsand Toys,
■ II of which have to he sold on or belore
February next at greatly reducd prices
floods sold at who'esale for cost prees.     *
R'lMnvAt,—Messrs. Sol inniii Kr-i. have re-
moved '" tha two-story brick balding on
Uoveromenl street, oppodte the 8s Kicholai
Hotel. Tb»y have tec Ived, es .-in. Mobaw i.,
fuiin I.ou no. a fin" Bieurtment of men's
olothngand underclothing, whlcl they will
sell lower than auy hnuv in town. Give them
a call. »
AitxAMiiik's Oi.ovss—'Messrs. .1 if. Turner
k i "o . London  Bousi. i ave r Ired lo I iy
nv  Express  from  Paris,a full a-ortun-ni ol
lex nidi- s famous kid ^lovc-, for which
tliey nre tii" -"Ic agen s in Vancouver Island
ami ilriiish Ji llllnliia. •
Mn. Dir.nv I'ai.mkii requests that orders for
teaching, playings id tuning I'a ofbrtes,and
for Instruction In Singing, may ba left wi h
Ms srs. Hibben k Cnrserell, Stationers and
Hook-el ers, Government Btrect, Ir at ins residence, Dear Ihe   op of for' street. *
FntHCH Mn.i.iv■ i.v— I'll nmlinery deport—
ment at London Hub e is now aider the management nf a lady who arrived ly last steamer fropi P.nis.    J. II. Titiinkh & Co. *
ittorborg  &  Uueff,
COMMISSION   MKIL'IIAXTS,
Importers ami WholesaleDcale-s in
GROCEINES, PKO/JSIONS,
Boots and fShoes,
Wharf street, Victoria, V.l. oc S
Yorkshire   Bacon!
Es Royal Tar,
For sale bf
FELL k CO.,
ae26 Tstss street.
New  A'lwrii-''!ti'   •
Hew  A'iv'Tti-eiuenta.
NEW BUTCHLu'   8HOP.     BE-OPENINO
Wm. B. Townsend
j) ' 'd THK PI
SATURDAY   NEXT
Ha l^ ti' ■' I I |i"U the
E vl v t* k jx     >I arkot,
(JliVERSMKNT    STItEHf,
Adjoining ihe  llaeoilO   liiiunvo,
Where he boses,  bv keeping
and   l.y  mi. .1;
'i share of lbe [ixiA e | nil
se ^'j-lui
*.n Appcul   tj  the  Cilii-'ens of
Vb'orii, V I
'I'HK CONGREGATION BMAXU-BL OF
1 Victoria, V I., la meeting aaaembled, this
tur lay, Sept. 2Jd, lSt>J,
Iteiol'eJ, Thut the aid of our Fellow Citi-
senaofall Denominations be -olicited through
the f.llovlng authorized and duy ajjioint-fl
Commltiee.   And   that  sucb Commi
•ry means iu   tbeir   power,   to
raise IuuUb u hen- y part of the debt or mortgage  on   the Isri.elitish  Synagogue may be
I- ral views and
:■ : ■    -.ty i : i ,c citizens of Victoria, ibe congregation has nol tin- b iahiest doubt (making
due allowance lor the dulli on of tbe   si
that thei   appeal will meet with tb&t icrijou e
which lbe silgency of ihe case require-.
A. JACOB.i, President,
L. A.N'TIIO.W, Secretary.
II' M. COHEM,
LEWI    LEWIS,
D. -lllRI'.-i-.:,
J  W. KEYSER,
se24 Comiui tee on Subscription.
NOUVEAUTES
DE  L'automn-e  et D'hivice.
J. II. TURNER ET CIE.,
Out 1'honneur d'informer lours
amies ut lc public qui! viuiines do
recevnir un aBOortiment do Nouve-
uutcs de Modes  des Alcilleuis Mais-
ons dc Paris.
MAISON DE LONDHES.
Septembre, !8fi!i. scJ:5
EUREKA CONCERT ROOM
i\dlu ill. IUMOBT jr Hits. <;tiuLK5.
'piil.i HOST l'\' OIAtStOa'*
■f been
stli pea Tbia Bven-
Ingat0o'clock.    Mr.  Red i'.'.-el, the famous
linnjo Player  will  • . - to amuse
with his minstrel Soage.    At the Bar
Llquoraaod Jiivaca Cigars
will bs lispe i
ary Evening st '-■ o'clock, admission
free. ie'2i
NOTICE
A.   BULER   &   Co.
BLT AND .-ELL LADIS31 AND GENT'S
CRst-uff do. I
i : itbsf cleaned and repaired at the sLorieat
notice.
GOVERNMENT* STREET,
.s'e.irly ojijiosite the St. Xicholat Hotel.
tc i'.-lm"
Guc^n ChurloUe Cor-1 Mining Co.
(LIMITED.)
Notice   cf  Assessment.
A T A MEETIXfl OF DIRECTORS OF THB
/\ above Company held thi; day the following resolution was paised t—
" Tliat an Assessment of .Sixpence sterling
per ~hare on A shares ' e now mid-. payHble
ti tlie Secretary nt tiie nfnee of ihe ' otufiany,
.in or I ef re ibe 29th int. betweon the houra
of II A. JI. and 2 P.M. dally."
J. B. WILLIS,
Corner IJroad and Trnunce sts. 1   q
Beptember 6th. UM.       / -ecre'ary-
'-ti
REMOVAL.
W.   II EM' 110 EX
w
BEOS   LEAVE   TO   INFORM   HIS
friends  and  the  public   that  he  has
rctuovul his
Boot and Shoe  Store
To GovirnvMrtN'T BTREST, tiro doors from Ihr
'•Colonist nnd Chroni Ic " Offlce, wheN) he
will continue bid Bout MuMng business.
BOOTS AND cH0ES MADE TO OnDLR
Of thejiest materials nnd workmanship.
N.B.—Repairing done al shotted notice.
se 2:l
New  Goods
EX   "ROYAL   TAR."
TH3S. WILSON & CO.
liivife attention (<> tlitii'
\t-n §1 uk ol WINTER
GOOD* jowl arrived by
It«>>. I Tar Irom I.oikIoii,
consist tog  ot
Fl ANNF.LS—W«I.8H—TsrlllodSaxi nj
I'luin mnl Fancy Colore
DITTO — Canton — White   ami   Dn-
bli'iirhiil
BLANKETS—All tlm
BALMORAL SKIRTS
FRENCH  MERINOS—In all colors
Htiyles' Prints) Horrocks s' Long Cloths,
Linen and Cottm T cks, Sheetings,
Quilt?, DniE^et Squa es, Green Biizs.
Hollands, American Le.thcr Lloth,
-AND—
A General Assortment of Gn-.dK suitable for
the Autumn and Winter.
Tho=.   Wilson &   Co.,
MASONIC BUILDING,
t:itvi;iii)iiivr   street
se 20
Cow For Sale
A   COW (AND CALF SIX WEEKS OLD),
it  warranted-perfectly gentle.     Prise $55.
A'so, a young steer,
Apply to
se29 G. NIAS, James Bay.
UIE GREAT   REMEDY   OF  THE
A Q F„
HOLLO WAY'S OLN'TMENT.
Thc   tfT-it    of   tlie   Ofntmcnt   on    tb«
Mytttm
To the t ry coc and centro of nil dla< R?e8
wlilch affect tbe liumun body, this remHrkable
prvprtra iun penetriitcs. U Uipnppeurs linger
the friction of tbe bands, hb *>n!i du-H['peara
when rubbt- ' u,H)n mi-at. Tht uogaeht per-
Ioimip its bealiog errand rspidiv, safety, aad
without |mii.. Miirjilc ertipiioos opfii sores,
bard tamors, pcrolulom developments of all
kinds, uticessos, cancers, old wounesi and, in
'act, every sp'eci s of infl ituination and s-tp-,
puratio^, whether in tl e tlcin, Uft flesh ihe
glaul?, nr umonp the muscles, can be arr'Steb
in its destructive course, and peruinnen'iy
carei wiihout danger by rubbing in tbia inestimable Ointments
Itud   Legtf   Iwtti   Oreasts,    Soits   and
IKtis,
In many Hospitals in Kurope this celebrated
remedy i.s now used for the cure oi old wounds,
sorep, and ulcers ; in Spain nnd Portugal, and
in many p:trts of Italy, tbt ii;-t Physiciartl r#-
regularly prescribe its use. It is a sovi.eipp
remedy 'ur hid breasts and bad legs; nnd iVe*
wise tor ail skin diseases, it i* to bc found in
the chest uf nearly every sailor, soldier, &u4
emigrant.
liupriMtfiiriea   of   Voudi ; —Sore*   nod
I icon.
The above pJass of complaints is surely  re-
coved  by   nightly foh ■     ■ ■,: the   parts witk
■ : ::i water, and the   by mi      SectuaNy rub
Ointment, ;:''riing Iron*
i r 'wi complaints simuld lose not a mo
ment in arresting their pi It should bi
a'diTStood that it is nut •- ifflciei i Merely to
fmear tbe Ointment on the affected parts, but
it most be well rubbed in tur some considerable
Mm" tW or three limes a dfty, that it n ay b»
taken into the system, whonce it will remov.
onlj hidden ion or wouid ;i^ effeotnally e«
■'• to :!k eye. Bread and
watei pou ttCtfS, alter tha rubbing in vi th.
Dintment, wl.I do great lervico, Tbis is tbi
only proper treatment for females in t'a.-es of
cancar i i 'In' stomach, nr for thuse who suflt^
TiMn a gnu ral bearii ■■ doi n.
Ptl*t, Ki-i.iin-   itrlatarM.
Rlotcbes, as also swellings, can with certainty
be radically cured If the Ointment be used
freely, and the Pills ho taken ni^tit arnl n urn-
iiiL' as recommended in the printed instroeiltons
When tn ated in auy otberwy tbese cumplainU
>nly rlry up in one place i.. break cut in an-
tther; whereas this Ointment will removethe
'tutnor from tbe syMem, and leave the patien
i viporotfs and healthy being. It will rctjuir*
,ime, aided hy «.he use uf the Tills, to ensure
listing cure.
Dipt iirrln,   i: «;; i :i i i [•,,   Boi«   Throats,
Any of the above class of diseases may be
-ured by well rubbing the Oinit. nt tbree
.imes a day upon the skin covering the throat,
che^t, and neck ol the patient. 'Ihe unguent
will soon penetrate the pore? and give inimed*
.at" relit1'. To allay die fever and lessen ths
inflaroation, eight or ten Pill| should be takes
night and nmrrnng. The Ointment will produce ftersp'ration, which is so essential for
remo-Ing fevers, sore throats, ami tbttse oppressions of the chr-st wbich arise from
Asthn a, Bronchitis, and other  causes.
Both thr  Ointment nnd  I'UU  shonld
lie   «vd   In   Hit-   t'nllowliig   Cnsvs l
?ti\<\ I egB
M.mI Hr'(u>ti
U-tmR
B'inioiii
t>iifi't \to»eht tret
nml S:tnU-Fliei
oeo-i'Bv
luegc^foot
^TiUbtftins
.haiijieU Hands
rnrti'; (U,ios) Bhfumatltm
C*i>ppr3 J5 i-aiil.s
C r.tiacted       anj S>ne Mpplri
Sti i .InintS
It'j'ticntiasii
I'irttulaa
O.'Ut
inn.!nUr
lingi
mU.lgrt.
Piles
Swell
re Throat
Skin t]it-e»#
>curT)-
Soft lieadi
Turnnrs
'I'lct-n
Woujidi
'Vawt
8"ld at t' e EsNbltelimpiit ot PnnritMOR KonowA
iU, >tr«tid, rear Ttttplt EaO, U-nd.-n ; also by a
/oTectiiblc Driicnt8t» LDd Peslern in Merttcfni»s ihiongh
,iiilt! o civilized world, at tlipfollcwinp prices la.lUd
2 fid   it 6d., lis.,22., find S3s., each Pot.
-%*   Taare ■ a coaeiiler^lile Baringhyi&kJug the lar|tU
1ZOI.
KB.— J)ireotloaB fortJie pjJdancs nf PttJnts ia trttt
dltordtr are tlBxed to prh Pr-t. (85 b tiling   ©tkgraplj.
TUESDAY EVENING, OCTOBEIt 2, I860.
Clap-Trap Loyally v.   1'rugreit.
In tlie il iy when despotism was mure
prominent in the worhl thun ut prttenl,
tbe boiiiiiluriuH which iiutur« placed between ooontrioi or nttiooalltiei were
looked upon us barriere which the Creator
bud s«l up in null r that annual hatreds
and enmities should bc luuiutuined between neimhlioring states. This blasphemous doctrine was fostered studiously
by ererj- despotic ruler, who found
In U" the most potent argument for
the creation and muii'leiiiiuce of standing armies and oilier descriptions rJT machinery for the oppression of the people.
To be born on one side of a rirer or a
chain of 'mountains wus lo be hreuglit
into the world for the express purpose ol
cutting tho throats of those horn on the
other side, whenever the monureh commanded tho operation. National pnju>licei
and antipathies wero carefully cultivated
—so that men who were courageous
enough to burn the dwellings and di-stroj
tho lives of those who hud never harmed
them, became the veriest slaves and poltroons at home, submitting to humilities,
indignities and oppressions with ull lbe
meokness and patience of the most docile
of animals. The former characteristic,
that of wanton brutality—for the sjldiers
rarely or never knew the nature o Ibi
cause they were lighting for—was culled
valor und chivalry ; the lulter loyally. To
be always ready at the beck or nod of the
monureh lo commit ruthless rapine alnoad
and to abuse themselves at home—to be
eager to tuko away the liberty of others
and disinclined or unable to preserve
their own was the very acme of
fealty and attachment to thu royal person.
Gradually the lucid light of reuaon broke
forth amid this mentul durknesa, and man
discovered that his lirst great duly Was
to himself—thnt he hud rights, tastes and
inclinations as well as the monarch, and
that his own happiness wus of infinitely
more importance to him than the territorial aggrandizement or the despotic
whims of the ruler of the land. Countries it was fouud were made not for uny
particular class of individuals, but for the
whole human raae ; and  instead of eu-
.~.v  »..u  nm; jitAcP nuu   gllllll   Will    Were
the natural basis of their relations. It
was also found that tho river or the mountain division did not muko one race any
more inclined to evil thun another—that
nature instead of raising up barriers for
inimical purposes hud designed everything for man's happiness, and mui.e
people not antagonistic to but mutually dependent on each other. ' 01
course there is still a leaven of the blasphemy and superstition existing, still the
old idolatry, the old man-worship, the old
willingness to sacriDce countries and the
people that aro in them on the altar of
abject 6ervi!ity. Wo have the leaven
Working its corruption in these two unfortunate Colonics. We huvo men debased
enough, like those who disgraced the
eaily history of Canada, to clasp misrule,
humiliation and Ignominy to their heurts,
to sacrifice tho country and ull who are
in it, because forsooth this is a British
colony, as if tho uamo of Britain should
bo used ns a cloak to cover every species
of wrong und mismanagement. A greater
insult could not to be offered to the fl ,g
If there is anything which characterises
the spirit of tho age, it is that countries,
like everything elBe, should be turned to
the best ndvantage. It is not a question of
' nationality with nutnre, but a question of
utility. If one naliou can make no use
of her possessions—if a country blessed iu
the highest degree by nature is turned
from the purpose far which the Creator designed It—if it is, instead of being the happy
home of thousands, gradually relapsing
into its primitive condition of waste—is it.
not wicked on the part of any portion of
the inhabitants to n«t only stand idly by
while this deteriorating process is going
on, hut to revile those who seek to bring
nbout beneficial changes. And is it not
an evider.ee of the most dastardly spirit to
ehow a willingness io accept misrule, to
accept, every thing that is injurious and
humiliating on the ground of " loyalty.''
If loyalty means slavish submission und
wretchedness, the sooner it is blotted out
of political life in Vancouver Island the
better j but if loyalty means attachment
to the country, a desire to make it the
fitting receptacle for the enterprising and
the vigorous, then it ie a noble quality,
because it is carrying out the benignant
behests of nature. Such loyalty will
make a race Vancouver Islaud would in
course of time be proud of; the other
spurious stuff so loudly talked off just
now by a few insignificant persons in the
community could breed no hing but
reptiles, "dragging thoir slow Ifii^ih
along." Progress, wa miii tain is the
great di'.-ui'Tu'iiu ; anil if Ureut Urilain
cannot give u-. ■ system of government,
und will not make such political exertlotii
'n our behalf, us will remove the pfNMUt
barriers to our prosperity, tin n we maintain we have a right to ask from (Jreal
Britain the power to look to those who
will enablo us to mnko a better use of
natures gifts. It is our duty to ask this
and it is uo less the duty of England to
grunt it.
New Advertisements.
New Advertisements.
TOBACCO PLANT
AEBIVAT. OF ANOTHEK CARGO FROM
Virginia & Cuba,
VIA   ASriSWALL,
Of tlic Host   Celebrated Bran li of
TOBACCO   &   SEGARS
EVER IMPORTED
Samples cun  hi   hnd  at   the »AI>F.I.PUy<
corner Tales and Government streets.
Arrival of a few more Plants
by the ''California."
tiff* Office of C. F.   Green's  Victoria
and Esquimalt Express.
V. CtMPBEIX,
oc 2 ADEI.PHl SEGAR STORE.
The "Grotto,"
OPPOSITE TIIE TELEGRAPH OFFICE.
For a glass  of choico  liquor go  to the
"Grotto,"
There " none, but thb best '' you   will
find is the motto.
Mint Juleps, Sherry Cobblers—everything
cooling ;
Come ye that do thirit, you will find its
no fooling.
.     oct
*■
Jesse Cowper,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
BOOTS AND SHOES,
LEATHER,
—AXD—
SHOE    FINDINGS,
TTATES    STREET,
OPPOSITE WELLS, FAUGO !t Co
At the old stand of Webster k Co., ii
prepared lo supply the wants of tlo
public in his lino.
The latest Stvtes
Received hy every arrival from Enirlai f
and Sun   Fram isco. oc '</
CARRUiE   PAINTING
IX   ALL  ITS  BRANCHES,
Yates Street,
Between Deluge  Engine  House
and the International Hotel.
Work solicited, and done on the mosl
reasonable terms by
W. M. KEOHAN
oc 2-1 m
New A(lvei'tisciii3iits.
HAVANA CIGARS.
LEWW & ANTHONY,
TO B A-CCOISTISTS.
47 Yatea St., Brick Store
Next to Corner of Government St.,
BEG TO INFORl' THEIR FRIENDS AND
i ■ public in geieral tbat ihey will con
■Uolly receive by tvery (learner a good as
<ortmentoi Genuine Havana « Ism*
and tbe lli-l HriuidN ol" Tobacro,
Imported direet fofthlS market, so thai they
nrenble toeompri with any liriise on this
Island, eil her Whoesalo or Retail.
N, B—Special ilteutioa will bo paid to
Conntrv  orders.
I1EIMAN   LEWIX.     |     LOUIS ANTHONY,
oc 2
FASHION MUSIC HALL,
ADJOIN NG WILLS, FARGO * CO'S,
Yatcu    Street.
/
rpHB   PUOPflETOR   TAKB-3 GREAT
I    p I'M are in announcing tlie arrival of the
cclebruicl
PRIMA DONNA k PIANISTS,
Madam Josephine Berndt,
Who will every tfrenlng ritorluiii ilie visitors
witn srlecliom from the most favorite
O I? F It A. S ,
And the most
POPULAR BALLAS,
'n English,   French,   Italian, German,
Hungar an, Bpani h, etc., etc-, etc-,
Being on? of 111'' most accomplished
'. ingusls and Voca isls of Ihe Day
In addition tn the tnlented Madam Bcrnd'
the servics of the following galaxy of beauty
have been engngeil to wait upon customers:
MISS   MILROY,       M SS  SWEET,
"      DEVRIES, "     WALSH,
MADAM  GRENIEH.
Open every evening at 8} p.m.
•A-IDMISSIOIN"      FREE.
C.     BROOKS,
oc 1 1'roprietor.
. Chronicle   copy
Oriental Restaurant,
VATKS   BTBEBT,
Iu connection wiilithe Oriental Hotel.
New Advertisements
Dissolution   of  Partnership.
NOTICE.
•i HI PARTHBRSHIP  HERETOFORE KX-
I   letleg between   Thomas   Napier   Hibben
rillllS   F.ST Mil.I8HMRKT    19   OI'I'.N   AT   and Jmncs Oarairell  under iho mime or Hrm
L all uoi na iif the n w <iu ttmm
THE C. 0. & M. S. N. COMPANY'S
STEAMSHiP
ACTIVE,
JOSEPH    WILLIAMS,   Commander,
IIU   BAIL   FOB
SAU FRANCISCO DIRECT,
From Brodrick's Wharf, on
Wednesday,   October 3d,
At 4 p. m.
For freieht or passage, apply on board or to
CHAS.  W. WALLACE, Agent,
oc 1 Wharf street.
THE    TABLE
Will be furnished witli the beat tho msrkel
all'orda.
Breakfast,
Dinner,
Supper
At moderate prices,
Oysters   in   every   Style.
Private Room" fur sni'ill or large partid.
Call and judge for yourselves. sc .')0-lm
''ROUND THE CORNER"
IS THE NAME OF THE
lX2Z^rV     SALOON
JUST OPENED IN
fan Icy   Street,   round   Ilie
corner from Yates street,
In the building formerly  occupied   by   the
Saloon of Ebkhiiahdt's Hotel.
The  Saloon has been   tastefully  refitted,
and will bo supplied with the
FIRST    QUALITY   OF
i ll.1 .i ii k Oarawell, bat been ilns day die-
loliod liy iiiii'.tinl eoa '■' '■
The oaslnui will in I'utiim he carried oa
bv Mi. T.N Hibben, who w II pny »nd rc-
I'fiie all iiiuuiv due to or owing by the lute
firm
Dated this 13th day of September 1806.
THOMAS NAPIER HIBBEN,
JAMKS  CARSWELL.
Witness  to  the  signature of Thoinai Napiel
llibbi'ii,
Gkouub Pkaukks,
Solicitor, Victoria, V. I.
Witness to thc Signature of James Carswell,
RulU.IIT HlUHOP,
Solictor, Victoria, V. I.
s* 13-1m
OLYMPIA  OYSTERS
IX   EVERY  STYLE AT
A.   We   PIPER'S,
AND   TIIK
Best Welsh Rarebits
ON    THE    ISLAND.
se 19
LTJIMIIBIEIIR,
V   LARGE   ASSORTMENT   OF   ROUGH
and dressed for fanle (.'heap,
J. ROBERTSON STEWART.
Victoria, V. I„ 20.h August, 1866. ■* 22
Wines   and Liquors. CHAMPAGNE !
3STOTIOE.
the: hgval hotel,
Wharf   Street,
HAS RE.DCOEO ITS PRICES TO MEET
tie limes, nnd clean comfortable beds
cun In-1,1 it.i in,' i for 25 eents per night or $1 DO
per week.    Board $1 per day.
S. HILL,   Proprietress.
N. B —Tbe Hotel is fire-proof. oc 1
NEW   WESTMINSTER
GAME   DEPOT,
YATES   ST.,
Next door to the rornor of Government,
opposite Zulner'e Driif; Store.
rpHK BUB80BIBBB HAVING MADE AR-
A rangements to receive from dilTcrent
parties'the prodire of the Islaud and country
will be prepared to lurnish
Game,
Jish,
Fruits,
Poultry,
Eggs    aad    Vegetables,
Each  aud all in their season, at the lowest
prices.
JAMES   ALLEH.
ocl lm
The proprietor respectfully invites the public io call "HOUND THE CORNER" and
judge for themselves.
COVKUNEENT   STnKET     EKTKANCE — KBIT
door lo the Telegraph office.
so 29 J (COB    HERKIMER.
SAN FRANCISCO
OYSTER  SALOON
i
Government   street,
Between Gns Keyser's nnd W. Wilson's
THK UNDERSIGNED. IN VIEW OF THE
" Good t'im"B " folks snid were enminc,
Iris OFENFfl the nhov premises, nnd intends
to OPEN THE BEST OYSTERS the market
furnishes.    Tt ey will be
II * II K t I'>l
Fried
Stewed
In or Out of Ihe Shell.
Jgy Open nt all hours.
se 23-lm J. R. BUBLIi.
BANK   OF  BRITISH   COLUMBIA.
London, 3d August, 1861.
FROM AND AFTER 25th SEPTEMIiER.
1860, Mn. David Marshall Lano will
cense to be Mmngcr nf this Rank in these
Colonies, nnd Ml. Wm. Ci-iitis Ward is
authorised to perform lbe duties of Principal
Officer of the Hank in these Colonics, signing
all documents as Acing Manager.
Hy order of the Court of Directors,
JAS. D. WALKER,
■o 26-lm Inspector.
REMOVAL.
DR. POWELL HAS REMOVED HIS
Surgery and Residence to the corner nf
DOUGLAS AND BROUGHTON STREETS
(ni-nr Fort).
Orrice Hmiin—9 A. M.   to   12   M., nnd  8
P. II. to 10 P. H.
August 23. au 26
NAPOLEON'S CABINET
BOUOHE.
WE   HAVE   APPOINTED   MESSRS.
ORBLLBY   k   FirERRE, of Victoria,
SOLE    AGENTS
Vancouver   Island and   Iritish
Columbia.
Of our above-nametl Wines.
Bouche  Fils & Oo.t
at Slariull-sur-Ay,
se 19 Champagne, France.
NOTICE .
»LL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS
.A against the undersigned arc requested te
pr sent tham within 30 days from date.
I'AII persons indebted to the undersigned are
requested to settle their accounts within 30
days e'ther by note or otherwise, or they will
be g ven io my Attorney for collection, as I
intend to lenve for Europe,
sc 16 lm J. W. KEYSER.
FOK     SALE
TWO 0 II 0 V E R k R A K E R SEWING
MACHINES, for heavy work; one
Singer's Machine, No. 2, for line and heavy
work.
All tho goods pertaining to tho business,
including cotton goods, ticking, pulu, and
other goods too numerous loo mention.
The above will be sold for less than cost
within 30 duys.
Terms— Cash or approved Notes.
—ALSO-
Tho entire stock of Crockery, Hardware,
Furniture, Fancy Goods, ke„ on the sane
terms ns above.
All goods unsold after 30 days will bo sold
at auction.
se 16-lm J. W.   KEYSER.
J- H   Turner & Co,
GOVERNMENT STREET,
VICTORIA, V. I.
.    LONDON    HOUSE,
September, 18G6.
We have received by " Royal Tar" and late Express arrivals a
great part of our Autumn and Wilder Stock. It comprises as usual a
full assorlmenfof Staple and Fancy Goods.
Linens, Cottons, Prints, Damasks,
Blankets, Flannels, &c,
Dress Goods, The New Linseys, Serges, Merinos,
Poplines, Plaids, &c.
Shawls—Rich Broche, Wool, Himalayan, &c,
*       Ladies' and Children's Underclothing,
Mantles, Furs, Hosiery, Embroideries, Lace
Goods, &c.
Millinery Wreaths, Head Dresses, a beautiful selection
of Bohnets in the Lamballe, ParaelS,, and other new
shapes;   Hats in silk, velvet, and straw.
This department is now under the direction of a First Class French
Milliner, who arrived- by last steamer.
Tlie drove goods have been selected by our London partner with great
care, and will be sold on most favorable terms.
LONDON   FIRM,
J- P- Tunsfall & O0.
•e'il
J.   H.   Turner   &   Oo.,
Agents for Alexandre's Kid Gloves.

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