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VOL. I.
ViCTOI{IA»   VANCOUVER   ISLAND,   MONDAY   EVENING,  OCTOBEtt   I    1866
NO. 78.
lew Advertisements.
LTXIMilBEIR,
Al. ■"   KVKIIV
THE
"EVENING TELEGRAPH,"
POBUaHCI'
Everv   Evening at   4   O'clock,
Wastm and Sunday evening, excepted.)    |A    »?SLKKL°'   R°UGn
!•. J- BOBBBTflOS .STEWART.
Victoria, V. I., JOlh August, UliU. se 22
LINCOLN   HOUSE!
Cor Washington and Front sis,
PORTLAND, OREGON.
IV. C. ftATflllSllBfr,
Of   tlie  St.   Nicholas   Hold,   Victoria,
HAVING TAKEN THE AllOVE nOUSE,
wishes to announce to tic public thai hu
is now poparcd to accomodate guests In a
Satisfactory manner, tfoihlnf will be left undone, which is in the power of the proprietor
to do, to render guests comfortable.
Portland, August 2llh, 1806 sc 14
SUNDAY    MORNING J
TERMS OP  SI HNCKIPTION ,
l>r Annum, In advance, by mail $10 00
For .Ix month. ,    Q on
I cr Wink, |i»y.Ue lo t'.rrler ,      v„
luyluCvple., #       jo
For terms of Advertisement applv at the
Offlce. Lamley Street
MOIITALITT   AT    IIoNOKO.VG—Klljflitill
papers received by tho Active say : The
terri'ile mortality which occurred amongst
the English troops at Homr-Kong durinp;
the past year hus been fully Investigated
hy a Parliamentary Committee, and the
result is very unsatisfactory as showing
excessively bad management, and ii needless waste of bravo men's lives. There
was no adequate accommodation for tbe
soldiers. The report slates that 'the
ventilation was had, the men had to *,o
down, in a hot sun, upwards of n quarter
of a mile to answer the calls of nature.
There were no placet for cooking, thc
men had to cook iu the o| en air in the
rear of the barracks, where there was a
spring of brackish water, which they hull
to drink ; in fact, it wus misery itself
Th • natural consequences followed—fever
set in, death resulted, and tlie two regiments, the Dili aud Mill suffered severely.
Tho report throws some blame on the
home authorities ; but the commanding
officer is let down easily. Tbe case ol
the 9sitb Regiment, sent from Hong-
Kong to Kowluiiu in consequence of a
riot with the Malays, was also investigated, uud the details show a sad want of
judgment nnd d scretion ou the part of
tho.-e in command.
Miscellaneous.
Relief  for  the   Afflicted,
New   Ai.lvcrtisi nii.-iits.
THJ:
TUK INTRODUCTION OF
Perry     I> u v i ■'
Vegetable Pain Killer
To the  Suffering  Humaniy of this Age
bus relieved more pain, uml oaossd more
real joy than any other one thing that can
be named.
li is AX
TJJXrxVERSrrY jInvaluable   Remedy,
Mr Biiionr s Visit to Ireland.—
The reformers ol Dublin nre procuring
sign .lures to a letter inviting Mr. liiighl
to a banquet on a large scale in that city.
It is intcrtdel to obtain the names of the
members of country town councils also.
Tlie list is headed by Mr. J F. Muguife,
M. P.; Mr. J. 15. Dillon, M P.; The
O'iloiioghtie, M.P.jSir John Gray, M P.,
and Mr. N. D. Murph.y, M.P.. The Lord
Mayor Elect of Dublin and a number of
magistrates and merchants imve likewi-e
signed the document. It is purposed to
secure tbe largest available building for
tbe celebration, and lo invito other lead
ing English poliiiciuns to take part in thu
demonstration. The terms of the invitation are these :—" We, tbe undersigned,
admiring your public character, and grateful for your eloquent advocacy of the
rights of our country, respectfully request
your acceptance of u public banquet at
Dublin, on us early a duy as your coi ve
nience will admit.1'
WA8HINGT0N TERRITORY
'I'HIS INSTI.UIIO.V WILL REOPEN-OS
J the 17th inst. Pupils of both sexes received, who will be expected to lurnish their
own rooms, wliicli are provided iu icparato
buildings, free of charge.
The   Expense   ol   Hoarding   and  Tuition,
wiihout incidentals, will   not  exceed $50 per
quarter of 11 weeks, payable In advance,
r'or further Information address
REV. GEO. F.  VVHITWORTII,
President.
Seattle, W.T., Sept. 1st, 18UH. se 11
RED LION HOTEL,
GOVERNMENT STREET.
'THE   ABOVE-NAMED    HOTEL   HAVING
t   been opened bv
JOE      EDEN,
He will be  happy ia  meet his   friends on all
occasions, an   wl 1 furnish ilieiu with
the best of
Wine?, liquors, Ale, Porter, &a,
and (lorars-
BOARD AND LODGING PER DAV, $1.
Bagatelle and Skiifcs.
Call nnd sen the establishment.     JOB presides and keeps order. se 10
A Nsw and Grand Ecocii in Medicinr I—
T.r. Maggiel is he foiiniii. of a new Medical
lystem. The qunntitariiuiK, whose vast internal doses rntrclilr thc siomach nnd paralyse
the bowels, must give precedence lo the man
who restores health and appetite, With from j
ono to two of his extraordinary Pills, und I
cures thc most virulent sores with a box nr so
nl bis wonderlul and a'l healing Salve. These
two (jreat specifics of the Doctors arc last su- I
pemdlog all the stereotyped nostrums of the
day. Extraordinary cures by Nbtpglel's Pilli
and Salve have opened tlie eyes of ihe public
to tbe inefficiency of the (.so called) remedies
of others, and upon which people have so long
blindly depended. Magglel'l Pills arc no ot
the claps that,arc swallowed by the dozt-n, nnd
of which every box full taken creates nn all- j
••'lute nece-sity for another Out or two if
M»Rgicl b Pills suffices to place the bowels in
perfect order, tone tbe stomach, create an appetite, and render the spirits light and buoyant I There is no griping, and no reaction in
the form of constipation. If the liver is affected, its functions are restored; and it the
nervous system is feeble, il is invigorated.
Thii last quality makes tho medicines very
desirable for the wants of delicate females.
Ulcerous and cru-uive diseases are literally
extinguished by tt.e disinfectant power of
Maggiel's Salve.   In fact, it is liere announced
that Maggiel's III Ions, DyNpeptic
•nd Diliri lii-il PlilS cure where all
others fail. While for Burns, Scalds, Chil
Mains, Cuts and all abrasions of the skin
Magglel'ft Salve is infallible. Sold by
J. .NUuaiEL, 11 Pine stree', New York, and all
Druggists, at 36 cts. per box.
The "Grotto,"
OPPOSITE THE TELEGRAPH OFFICE.
For a glass of choice liquor go to tbe
" Grotto,"
There " none but thi best '' you   will
find is the motto..
Mint Juleps, Sherry Cobblers—everything
cooling ;
Come yc that do thirst, you will find its
no fooling.
nl
UAYANACIGAR&
1EWIST &   ANTHONY,
TOBACCONISTS.
47 Yates St., Brick Store
Next to Corner of Government J3t,,
I'EG TO INFORM THEIR FRIENDS AND
I) t e pnblic in general   that tliey  will con
stunt ly receive   bv every  steamer a gum]   ns
sortmcnioi Genuine    nvnun cigars
and  tbe   Hot   HraiKlN <>(   I'ob.'lcro,
Imported direct f.ir ibis market, sn thai tbey
are able to tomnete with anybruseon this
Island, either Wholesale or Retail.
N.  II-—Special   nttent on  will  be p.iid   tn
Conntrv orders.
HEIMAN  LEWIN.     |     LOL'IS ANTHONY.
nE-o^EJNriJsra-
— 01'   TIIK —
EUREKA CONCERT ROOM
l.WER THE JI'.MtaitiKM OF Hits. qi.lltI.KS.
I^IIIS MOST FAVORITE AND FASHION-
** able place of amusement having been
entirely re-decorated will re-open This Evening at 1} o'clock. Mr. Ned Reed, thc famous
Runjo Player will bu in attendance to amuse
visitors witb his minstrel Songs. At the liar
the best of case Liquors and Havana Cigars
will be dispensed.
Open every Evening at  9 o'clock, admission
free. sc 24
FASHION   HOTEL
AND
Concert   Room,
The only Place of Amusement in
Town I
THE  UNDERSIGNED HAVING LEASED
theso well  known establishments, begs
leave to announce that they wi.l be
Re-opened on Saturday, July 28.
The former Billiard Ha 1 has been converted
into a Concert Reom, where may always be
found attentive and obliging attendants.
Best qualities of Wines, Liquors, and Cigars served by the proprietor in person.
CHAS. BROOKS.
Our first Physicians  use i',   and  recommend
it*  use.;   the   Apothecary  finis   il   lirst
among the medlnnes called tor, and
the wholesale Druggist consid-rj
it  a  leading article  of hii
trade.     All lbe den'crs
iu medicine speak
alike  in its favor; and its
reputation us a medicine of great
merit and vinue is fully and permanently, established,  and  it  is  the great
Family Medicine   of  the Age-
Every Volunteer should have a bot'le, in case
of sudden attacks of Disease.
Taken Internally, cures
Suflilen Colds, Coughs, kc.,
Weak Stiunicli,
General Debility,
Nursing Sore Month, Canker,
Liver Complaint.
Dyspepsia or Indigestion,
Crump anil pain iu the Stomach,
Hon el Complaint,
ratn'en' cmic,
Asiatic Cholera,
DiurhrjDu nnd Dysentery.
Tuken exlcinully cures
Felons, Boils, nml Old Sores,
Severe Burnt and Sou Ids,
Cuts, Bruises nml Sprain!,
Swelling of thc Joints,
Ringworm nuij Teller,
Broken lircnsts,
Frosted Feet und Chilblains,
Toothache,
I'uin in the Ktice,
Neuralgia und KheutnntNin.
2 A.T1ST   KILLER,
Tuken internally, should   he   ndctterateil
wiih mjlk or wntnr, and sweetened with
Mignr, il desired, or mudu into ii syrup
wiih molasses, For n t'OUtill nml
Bronchitis, a few drops on Mig.ir, eaten,
will be mote effective ilian anything else
For 80KB THROAT, jargle the lliroa,
with n mixture ol Fain Killer nnd wuter
und tbo relief is immediate uud cure positive
|»a>r It should not he forgotten thai
ihe Piiin Killer i» equally us good to
luke iiiteriutl'y ns to use externally.
Ench bottle ia wrapped with till diiec-
lions for its use.
Price* 2."> cents, 50 cents k $1 per bottle.
EX   FIDELITER
A Choice Lot of Bacon
•XuMt   Arrived.
Are I'lnlculiolj adapted  to
derarigementiH'f tbadigeitiv*
apparatus, nnd iltoam* trit-
itiif   ftMB   Impurity   of  tbe
Ll oif.  A Urn jxirt of all tbe
CKiiplalufi (hat afflict rota*
kind originate In uneof thoee,
■   and c :im-jucnily these I'JLU
are found io curt many tUa*
etlfi of dlawuio.
Subjoined aro (ho statement* from eoute eminent phytl*
dans, of their eftocti iu their practitro,
At a Family Physic.
from Dr. E. W. Vartwright, of .Vtw Orlerms.
"Your Tills am thu prlnco nf ptirgea. Their eicollent
qualities iurpn«« any ratiurtfa wh puweai. Tbey ara mild,
but ttry certain nnd tffaotaftl in tbeir action on the bowali,
wbich makti tbem invaluable tu ui in tb* daily treatment
of dlaeaw!."
Fon Jaundice and all Liver Complaint*.
From D-. Theottort Hell, or' yew York Ctttt,
"Not only are your Pill- admirably adapted to their
purpow ai un aperient, but I find tht-lr beneMal effect!
upon tlt-j Liver rttj maikod Indeed. They have in my
practice proved mora effectual for tho cure of odious cam.
platntt than any ptM roint'dy I rMn montlon. I alncerely
rejoice that we Bin at length a purgative which li worth/
tb* eonllJeucti of the profession and tho people."
Dyspepsia — Indiohstion.
From Dr. Htnry J. Knox, of St. Lottit.
"Thc Pills ymi wtttt hind UKWfh to xend mo hare been
all UM.M In my piUCtles, and h.irc tutisfleil me that they are
truly an extraordinary mtdlclno. So pecnllarlv aro Ihey
adapted to thc diso»»fi of llif hiininn >yiteoi. that tliey bf<'01
t> work upon them alone. 1 hav« cirfed aomo raict otdyi*
peoita aud indigntion with thorn, which had misted th*
otlier remedittM wo commonly wn: Indeed I havo experimentally found them to L>o ..■ifwhni! in aluioat all tl'.u complaints fur wbich you recommend them."
Dtsentkiiy — DiAUiuiu: v — Relax.
F'om Dr. J. 0. Green, of Chicago.
" Your Pilu hav« had a Ioiik tiinj ln my practice, and I
hold them in esteem a* 00* of the |)*ot apt-rieuti 1 hare erer
found. Thcis altcrttlvo effort upon Ihe lirer makea them
an excotk-nt ri'inoily, when ttttm lu amall done*, for Liltous
dyttntery udwtrrnoa, Th-ir suKarcoatlug make* tbem
eery acceptable and couvculeut for the use of women and
children."
Internal Obitbul'tion—Worms—Suppression.
tVivm Mn. E Stuart, who pnetittt ot a Physician and Midwifm
in iHoiton.
■ I find one or two Ittrge doses nf your Put.?, taken at tbe
proper time, are excellent promotives of the natural aecre-
tit'ii when wholly nr partiitllr suppreiwd, and alw very *f-
fctual to <*1enn*e tht! stomach aml*t*xp'd worms, Th**y aro
•0 much the bust ph>sic wo liavo that 1 recommend no otlier
to my patients."
Constipation — CoiTtTBXSH*
From Dr. J. I'. Vavobrt, Montreal. Canada.
" Too much cannot be said of ynur Pills for tho cum of
eotttrenrtt. If others of our tiuternity have found them
ttt efflcaclou* a* I liavo. thoy sboold join mo in proclaiming
It for the beneflt of the multitudes who suffer from that
complaint, which, although bad enough in Itself, is the pro.
gonltor of others that nre worse. I believe cojtiveneu to
•riglnate in the liver, but your Pilu affect that organ aud
eut* the disease."
Impurities op the Blood —Scrofula —Erysipelas—Sam Rheum —Tp.tteh — Tumors
— Rheumatism — Gout — Neukaloia.
From Dr. Exekitl Hall, rfiilndelphia.
"You w*r*rik"ht. Doctor, In savin* tlmt your PHXS jmri/jr
the blood. They do that. I havo used them of late years in
my practice, aod agree with your statement* of their efficacy.
They btlutulate tbo excretories, and rnrry off the lmpurftie*
«tut   atMM|r*   In   tho   blrMxl    MPSdflPlUL UNMm Th"I
atTtuuiate tlio organs of digestion, ana tnfuso Titallty and
vigor Into the nystem.
'• tiuch remeilies as you prepare aro a national benefit, and
jrou deserve great credit for tuera."
For Headache — Sick Headache—Foul Stom*
ach—Piles—Dropsy—I'LEiHouA—pARALYiis
—Fits —&c.
From Dr. Edward Boyd, Baltimore.
"Dun DR. ATCR: I < mum! uimur you v'.at complaints
I hare cured with your Pills better than to aay alt tlmt we
tter treat with a ptirfiativt medicine. I placw great depend-
•nee on an rtT<-Tiial cathartic in my daily contest with tilt
vase, and believing us I do that your Pilu affurd us the best
we have, I of course value them highly."
MTSr Most of the Pills in market contain Mercury, which,
although a valuable retuody la lUIftd hands, h dangerous
in a public pill, from the dreadful consequences Unit frequently follow its iDCSttttottl use. Thee* conUUn uo mercury or mineral substance whatever.
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
Has long l'pen manufactured by a practical chi mist, and
every ounce of it under his own eye, with invariable accuracy and care. It is sealed nnd protected by law from couu-
tci'ialti, and consequently ran be ttdicd on an genuine,
without adnlteiaiion- It sujiplies UlS surest remedy tlie
world bas eftr known fnr the < uro "fall pnlm .nary complaints, fur OoroitSi Ooiss, Doabsbiiss, Arhma, Crolt,
whoopinu Cocao, Dsom BtTts, IsanwT OoncMpnoir, and
for thn relief A runsumpliva patients In atlvaiued Mam of
th* disease.    As timw makes tln*»e facts wfder and bettrr
known, this msdtdni has mdoalty brooms tl - betl rail-
a net* of th.t nflli.'ti'd, frttin  the log cabin of the American
ppa«*nt tn tb* palaces of European kings,   Throughout
this entir« i.ntiliy. in ttttty StatO nr.d rity.nnl Itnlrud al
DlflSt Vttry hamlt't  it I'diitaiu*. OKIMtf PlCTOIUL is known
aa ths i"'"t of all remedies fnr diseases of thy tbn*t and
IttRIV. Ill timuv f-Tt-ij.*'! cniintn-* it •• • ■■* '■■ tuivrlv nsnl by
tb.-ii  1.1   it   QtelUftnl  |iliysirtan».    If thSTS is any dsptOO*
ence on whsl men oi srsrj station ct rtlfy it bsi dono for
them; If ws can trttsl uni own psn*e*wb*n wc sec Un dan-
griiruus aiff-tht")- "f tlm luiig« vii'l I tn tt: If wc ran dnp.-nd
on the assurniit-'i of InteHigent phystdana, whose bustnsss
II to knOW) In short, if there in auy rtUstKO Upon nny
thing, tlien is it irrefutably pr-^v.11 that this medicine do**
mn the 1 i.ws of disoa«cs it is dwlgned fir. beyond any and
all other rsnodlei known tn mankind.   Nothing but its in-
trinslc virtues, and the unmistakable benefit conferred on
thousands of MitTcrers. could originate and maintain th*
reputation it enjoys. While many inferior remcdl*** Iirtb
been thrust upon the community, hive failed, end been
discarded, this bas cahied frhnds by every trml. conferred
benefits on the afflicted they can Dffvor forget, and produced
Cures too numerous and remarkable to lie forgot tt 11.
Prepared  by  Dr. J. C. AVER,
PRACTICAL AND ANALYTICAL CHEMIST,
*        LOWELL,   MASS.
AND SOLD BV
I
MOORE 80 Co., Victoria,
AM) ALL MIUGGIS'IS.
se-lS
Ayer's Pills EVENING TELEGBAPH
GENERAL
Job   Printing
BSTABLDW.IIfilVT
Langley Street, Victoria,
The  Printing    Office
or THE
EVENING
TELE6RAP1
Offloe is replete wiUi every appliance
and variety of Material for tbe
Execution of
LETTER PRESS   FEINTING!
In ull its brunches, whether
Plain or Ornamental
'PHI:    OFFICE   ALUS   at   aecu.-ing
2*. bucL njei'tlv Execution of orders as It
consistent with correct uud elegant Worlu
miniblp,
Orders received for Printing
Books,
Business Cards,
Pumpuloti
Invoices,]
Catalogues
Bill Heads,
Sermons,
Trade Forms,
Reports
Circulars, (PUiu
Rentals,
Coloured,)
Leases,
Hand   Bills.  (Plain «r
Law Horms of
tre-rf
Coloured,)
description,
For Si\le by
au 2
P.  Gilligan,
STORE STREET.
* AraiissroK Frie.
b« 26
EX'RESS LINE STAGES.
rpHK  COACHES  OF  THIS   LINE  W..".!.
J.   now run   regularly, leaving    Vole, B. C
on
Miiinlnn,
WedneNdnys,
And Fridajii.
AT 7. A. M.,
FOR    SAVANA'S     FERRY
(Big Bend Ronte), until the completion ot the
road, when tbey will go to Savana's l*>rry#
The Ooach for Cariboo will leave Vale on
Mondar.
jy 3* F. J. BAR-V'ARD.
XEW    WESTMINSTER
GAME   DEPOT,
YATES   ST.,
Next door to  the corner of Government,
opposite Zelner's JDrnjj Store.
7^>HE SUBSCRIHER HAVING HADE AR-
rungcni.nls to receive from different
parties the prodii e of tbe Island and country
will be prepared to lurnish
Game,
Fish.
Fruits,
Poultry,
Eggs   and    Vegetables,
Eacb and all in  tbeir season, at tbe lowest
prices.
JAMES   ALLE*.
au 31-lm
For Prices,   apply   at the   Offlce.
Langley street,
General News Agent
J. Stmtnian.
EMPIRE NEWS DEPOT
Cor. Washington & Sansome sip.
Han FVanciico.
rpnK ADV RTlSBRti prepared to aupply
JL wiih punctuality aod celerltj theannrxed
newspapers and periodicals upon tht following
terms All orders, to receive iuimrdiate attention, must Ue acconipunied by cast] remittancr,
und banded in previous to tbe 4tb, 14ib, and
24th ol each month.
I-ondon D*i1v TtOiOf $14 00
Tlie Field  Ji 00
11       I]lti-tnit.-.lTimp(* M   7 00
"      H-.Hklv Timet       7 00
M       Bfll'H Lifpin Lnmlon U 00
'       Wetkh Di^'xtclt 14 0*5
"        111. Nt'wer.fl! e Wuild  1100
*'        Public Opiniuu  ' f,0
'      Index (Frtfe'InidfJ 11 tMi
'•       111.   Sporting' New.*  X 00
11       Spectator 11 00
»        Re-lew    1400
**       Saturday Kevi»w 14 00
Pub!'*' Nilu-n , liufl
!>ondo.' IlluKtrated News 14 00
AtlftttSl  Monthl; 3 0"
Blaflsw-ynl'-: Maipizitm ,   3 00
Il'a'-p.-r'n^M^azine 3 00
Sixptnnr'Maguinc 3 an
Knickerhocker W,
hicifln V >DtMy   3 0u
Qodej*nUi4leN Btpck., .8 w
Miuical Host 3 00
Continental Mainline S i.O
Madam I'emoast's    onthl? 3 00
R l.eilie> new Family Map»rtif 3 (X)
Cftambere' E'linbtirgb   oumal ,..4 00
Mootlily   ptptn, Oiicp»   Week 5 00
*' ■"        AlltLeyear Rouod 6 00
Thackerav'i Oornfiill Mi^asine fl OC
London Lancet ; fi 00
S. A  SalR'eTemplo Bw gp^
Loittlon Society  Mnzaxioe 6 W
EL Jamee Maeaiiiie 6 00
Edinburgh Review 10 00
London   Review k 10 00
NoithBrtLiNhKeTjew 10 M
A*wtniia»tcr Reiiew -UM)
Irnd'-n Art Jejiroal 1150
Sfinirj A  8s»i»Uinj Miff ^ lft 09
L. c tmr*
Anting   ittltQt^s*]^
HONi'AV K\ I.NINli, OCrollK.l I, 1866.
-.1  ilium- <i( tin-  Q iceii  on ilieir
lips, would  suck   to   reduce  a
j Iiiitii.li  fnljti-1 to tlie level of the Indian,
j lire  equal1)' dii-loyul,   uml desurte, whut
I they received on Stiturduy uiglit, the exc-
j oration   of tba cjiiruuriitr.     Bo may it
The »liitc-»as!.ed tondy of the Citron- I •hrajl   be,  when   men aho   are reully
iW(, true L.) his iimliiii'ts.Keiks this inuriiiii).'j «»'"ties to   |iu')lic   lilierty,   mount    the
laiform   to dtnotnice   the
ithin tlie tin-list of
New Ai!vi iii^i inriiis.
I.nt 41.1 V     IIIIM.I.Itv
ENTERTAINMENT.
ryilK DIBATIKd AS!) EL"   IJTION
[aiiftute rtaante* i
New Advi'rtisi ra "iits.
BANK   OF   BRITISH   COLUMBIA
l.DMu.s. 3<1 Augiiil, ISO1'
piROn AND
a iter i»TM h:i'ti;mhek.
MO,   Mil.   Diviu Mtnsmi.   I.amo  will
CU* in . inueiiimi with lliu Mechanics'   imii to  be  tfmiager of thii  Hunk  in ttei.
Queen Charlotte Coal
Mining Company Lim '
Notice   of   Meeting.
A
■ft tu-iii'irrun- ut j Colonics,   mid    Mi.   Vl'u.  duns   Waiw
to    fllUlfy    I lie    |ir.ieieii'l.^<     of   lile    lOSSS
m.elin? of  fatnrdaj j   Nit,   like  everv j pH.icij.le (hat beats
thing elM be uttrropu, tnnkei a Inmenm.'"
lile  and ignoble failure—cotitiiulii ts h tn
n If in every .line.    In   the   lio lue puilge
which Ue   series up to his rindctR in   the
s'npo  of n "n port,'there  is  scarcely n
I when numlwri nnd ibtlr Indjr Manna irlu
:re" I participate iii the |il mures of ii
New Advertisements.
FASHION MUSIC HALL
ADJOIN NG WELLS,  KAROO A COS,
Yates    fStreet.
I'
tin-: proprietor takb* gbrat
1    pleasure in announcing the arrivnl of lbe
celebrated
PRIMA DONNA k PJANIBTE,
pirlicle of truth, ns   the  jjrent   nutuliers
who were at the meeting  cu testify, and
iiistnud pf turning the citizens of Victoria
into ridicule, Muri'ds   on'y   in   making
himself con'emp'ililc.    A mnn who is so
• ap'd   ns   io assert   in one   part  of his
paper   that   tlio   public  meeting   was   n
fiilnre,   tlint''tlio Ian))} if loyally" tare
the murk, "in ver  burned  brighier," ond
then in another IntiumlCl to  bll roudeis
tlmt the " lamp of loyalty" Is so dim that,
''steps nre being  tuken  to  form a  Loyal j
Langna fur the protection and preservation I
ol  British interests  on   tl e   Pacific,'' is h.
fitting n pretontatlve of decayed officialism, j
and cleric*!  bum-bailiffs.    Witb  nil the ,
«fT..rts  of paid  "hummers," however, to j In English,   French, Italian,   German,
•disturb the meeting on g»>orda? night, i     Hun gar. an, Spani h, etc., eta, e'e,
■nnd Willi ull the equally disreputable mis- | Hcingon?of the must accomplished
representation of the Chronicle, ft was a  I inguste and Voca'ists of (he Day
great success, nnd   is   viewed so by nine | 	
out of every   Ion men in Victoria.    Tbe      '" addition le the talented  Madam Bernd
best   political    meeting    iu   the   world
I
0APT
Wiil   sail   frofl
above  pun,   on
Madam Josephine Berndt,  TUESDAY,   AUGUST   2^d,
AT H oTl.Ot-'K A. tf.
Musical & Elocutionary
ENTERTAINMENT.
The chair will ho occupied by D. M   I.asu,
ten,., Pruident el lbe tnetliute. ic :to
For   Portland Direct.
HIE tlKS SCREW STEAMER
"FIDELITEE,"
Officer at iho Bank In tban CulonIeikiignlng
nil docuiiieiiin in Ae lag Manager.
Itf order uf the Omit of Dirr<"or-.
JAS.   I)    WALKER,
M 2ii-1 m
X EXTRAORDINARY OEXERAl M8ET-
lag nl Mi.irelmltiera of thii Couipanv will
be held ill the utlice uf ihe Company, Citv
Conncil I'hiuiiliers, nn Friday thr 28lh of
September, I SOS, al one o'clock.
Raalnetl    To   conlinn   the  special   ri-.-ilii-
tiona pained at a meeting hell August ^Htb,
I I8(iii, nml other bn-lntta   which   may   cum*
■pactor, ' legitimately before tbt s.iid meeting.
NOTICE !        NOTICE ! !
•aia
I IROM  THIS DATE TIIK CNDSR8IOXED
bus ciini-liid' il to reduce bis price ONE
UAI.K ; ami hereafter Ihe
M. C. BR8KISK,
Brodrlek'i Wbarf, lor the
Who will every evening entertain the rliiiori
with si lections from  thc mo-t favor.te
O I* ERAH,
And ilic.niost
POPULAR BALLADS,
currying frei.'i:t nnd pn*»engfre.
For partieuiari npply nn board, or to
J. P. COCCIi, Agent,
to  IG \\ li nt sirect.
SecreUry.
Adjournment,
rpms   MKETI.Nt;   STANDS   ADJOURNED
X   to Tuesday al one o'clock p.m.
bc 28 J. S. WILMS, Secretary.
FINEST WINES AND L1QU0BS, j j\ OJJ VE A UTES
AbE,   IlKEK,  ke., ke.,
Will he served nt the
'  METROPOLITAN",
At 1WELVE AND A HALF CENTS        j
per sample.
The public wi'l plwiie call and sample, nnd j
satisfy 111■ nisclves that  the  very best is to bc | refCVuil' 111)   llKSDrtilllUIlt lie   NotlVe-
hii I at the above price.
T. J. BURNES,
Metropolitan Saloon, Store street.     , ojjj (J(;   1'aiis.
se 20
DE   L'AUTOMNR   EX  D'llIVEIt.
J. IL TURNER ET CIE.,
w
Out  l'lionneur  d'infornar  leurs
amies et lo public (fail viennes  do
tout
antes ilc .Modes des Meilleun Mata-
Orient il Restaurant,
YATKS   BTREET,
Iu connection with the Oriental Hotel.
van have its prouocdings ut times i
eoaienliut burlcnq icd anil distill bed. I
—ti.ere mo uhvnys a few men III
every ecmimmity to bo purchased hy
■a gluss of grog ; but tho very efforts
of tho feeb.'a opposition on Baturduy to
push this class fonvurtj on the stage—the
efforts of the officiu.'s of the colony to
make use of so disreputable a means to
prevent public expression, slio* the rottenness of their position, nnd bow little
they euloulute on legitimate discussion to
-curry their point. If the object of the
meeting wns objectionable why did they
not bring forward u resolution to thnt
< ffect—if they Iind tho majority, why diil
they not utilize it, nnd turn Ihe meeting
eg'afnal tbe movers ? tlie fact wus tliey
found themselves in n hopeless minority,
uud discovering ibis their only desiro was
to create a disturbance so tliat the voice
..*  il...   , rt . ,«;si,i   V9,   i,c   ocui rortn.
thc services of the following galaxy of beauty
huve been engaged tu unit upnii custunurs:
MISS   MILROY,       M'SS  SWEET,
"      UEVRIES, "     WALSH,
MADAM  GKENIER.
Open every evening at 81 p.m.
AX>:vi:issio:isr    free.
c.   nitooKs,
oc 1 Proprietor.
Chronicle, copy
3STOTIOE.
THE ROYAL HOTEL,
Wharf   (Street,
HAS REDUCE!) ITS PRICES TO MEET
the times, nnd clean comfortnb'e beds
can beobtaine I for 23 -ents per uiglit or $1 60
per week.    Hoard $1 per d»y.
s. un.l., Proprletren.
K. B —The Hotel is firo-prnof. oc 1
TIIE C. 0. & M. S. N. OOiiPASY'S
STE A nVESHIF
T
A4tt?nX£,
ACTIVE.
JOSEPH
WILLIAMS,   Coiamnnder,
Will   HAIL   FOll
In this they iiiisoi'ably failed ; hooted from
the stnge, groamd ut from every part cf
Ihe   theatre,  tliey   hid their  diminished
heads, by rowdv-hke putting out the gns
of the  footllghU.    This  wretched   trick
war equally unsuccessful, uml the meeting
becoming moused ut  such  dastardly of- t r
foils,  was determined tc  carry  ou   the   0al'   IJlAJlUlOtU   I/iilL'j J,
business,  und, gelling   rid   of   the   two From Brodiick's Wharf, on
rather incompetent chairmen, elected Mr. | Wednesday,    October   3d
■C.   li.   Young,  M.  L.   A.,   to presidcj *'.   '
From this moment order reigned, and the
HIS  E8TABL18HMKST   18   OPEN A
ALL UOtnW OF THE DAY OK NIUHT,
THB    TABLE
Will he furullhed with the best the uiarkcl
alTordi,
Breakfast,
Dinner,
Supper
At moderate prices.
Oysters   in   every   Style.
Private Hooma for sm ill or largo parties.
Call and judge for yourselves. .    ge 30-ltn
"ROU.'JD THE COMR"
IS THE NAME OF TIIE
NE-W    SALOON
JCST OPENED IX
liiinslry   Street,   round  flic
corner from Yntes sircet,
In  tho building formerly  occupied   by   the
Saloon of EnKiiiiAiini'ii Both,
Tho Saloon hns bt'iui tastefully refuted,
nnd will be supplied with the
r I R S T    QUAL1 T V   0 V
V/ines   and  Liquors.
The proprietor reipectfiiily invites the public lo cull "HOr.VI) TIIE CORNER" nnd
judge lor themselves.
SOTKItKBKNT   BTttftBT     KXTKAXOI". — NEXT
door to tho 'I'l'h'uinph Ufliee.
se 29 .111'Olt    IIRIIKIMnn.
NEW  BUTCHER   SHOP.
Wm. B. Townsend
n
ECS TO   INFORM THB PUBLIC THAT
oil
SATURDAY   NEXT
He will re-open iho
12 n r « Ic si    ivr arket,
GOVEIt.VMKNI'    STHEEr,
Adjoining  the  Masonic   BciLDIXO,
Where he hope?,   bv  keeping  a   geml urt'cle
and   by  strict  attention   ti biiaincsfl, to
merit a share of the puhlic patronage,
se 20-1 ill
NOTICE
A.   BULER   &   Co.
MAI80N DE LONDBES.
Septembre, 18(i(i. so23
REMOVAL.
W.   IIEATJIOEN
Boot and Shoe Store
II ECS LEAVE  TO INFORM  HIM
friends  and  the   public  that  ho   hns
rcinuv. d his
To QovtRKHMT STBEKT, two dnors from tho
"Colonist nu I Cliroui'le " Ollice, where ho
will continue his lfoi>t .M.iUng haziness.
BOOTS AND .'HOES MADE TO OBDER
Of the best mnteriuls nnd \\ orkmniiiihip.
N.II.—Bepilrlng done tit shortest noticp.
sc 23
B,v
AND SELL LADIES'  ANL) CENTS I
cast-oir elotblng. i
Clothes cleaned uud repaired at thc shortest .
notice.
GOVBKN.MBNT   STREKT,
Nearly opposite the >.t. Viobolftl Iluti-I.
«e 26-lm
On y Parle Francais.
NOb'8    LK    PATHOXAGE     DWTIKOUI    Mlt.Oltll
JONiVlltl'l.l,.
result wns, ns wo have snid, n great nr.d
unu;istnknlilo success. Tha resolution
was carried by a majority so great thut
the minority were nhnost ashamed to hold
up tlieir hands. '
And what docs this resolution state or
•convey ? " Treason ' shouls tho loyalty
monger—that is tlic follow who would
hell his Queen and country fir u less sum
than Judas sold ths Saviourof the world,
nnd would run nway at <,l.o Very lirst
s:ght of the invader. Tho mun who is
so quick to scent disloyalty is, in nine
cases out of leu, the very creature who
most excites one's suspicion. Thc ideu of
usscrtiti«r Bat a petition to Iler Majesty
i'or good and cheap government, and in
the event of thut failing, for the colony
to be trnnsfirrcd by Her Majesty to a
jiswcr llrat will give ns this boon is
treason, is too eontemptihlo to notice.
Tho parties who are really guilty of
treason, who are the disloyal men of this
colony—ure not the men who are trying
to remedy public evils, but. tbe very class
j>f individuals v.ho attempted to disturb the
meeting on Saturday night—the govern,
ineut officials utitl their parasites. These
are tho persons who hare .done everything
that men could do to disgust Biitish subjects with British rule; who have driven
loyal men out of thc country uud mude
them American citizens ; who are continuing to drive them away as fast as the
Portland and San Francsco sieamcrsi'an
<arry them. These arc the men, who,
becuuse tlieir salaries aro depending on a
system of Government that ignores the
pnblic voice, ure determined to do
their utmost to retain n Hi ns iu tlieir
pi is. ut disastrous condition. They are
disloyal  nun, urn! ihe   men who, with.
At 4 p. m.
For freieht or pnssnee, apply on bonrd or to
CHAS. W. WALLACE, Agent,
°c 1 Wharf slreet.
NEW   WESTMINSTER
GAME   DEPOT,
YATES   ST.,
Next door to  tiie cornor of Government,
opposite Zelner's Drug Sitore.
'PHE BUBSOBIBRR HAVING MADE AR-
l     rangemrntl to  receive   from   different
parties tlie produ c of the Island and co«niry
will be prepared to lurnish
Game,
Fish,
Fruits,
Poultry,
Eggs    and    Vegetables,
Each  nnd   all in   their season, nt tbo lowtst
prices.
JAMES   ALLE*.
ocl Ira
HE-QFEnsrii^ra-
—or tue —
M CONCERT ROOM
HUB IBS niMOEIIElT OF JIBS. <{l lit M.S.
'THIS MOST FAVORITE AND FASHIOV-
a'dc placo of amusement baring lieen
entirely re-doi-orated will re-open This Evening at o o'clock. Mr. Ned Kecd, the famous
liniijo Player will he in ntiendance to amuse
visitors with his minstrel Sonprs. At thc Bar
the best of case Liquors and Havana Cigars
will bc dispensed.
Open every  Evening at 9 o'clock, admission
free. ft 24
Cow For Sale
l   COW (AKD CALI" SIX WEEKS OLD),
il warranted perfectly gentle.    True $55.
Also, a young Steer,
.Apply hi
*?'20 '    tj. MAS. Jam..  Bar.
SAN   FRANCISCO
OYSTER  SALOON
Maiioi uk BctLT Loaf,     )
MONSIKI'rt   BKaTHSWHt?   1>V>   UIIAM
n riumncur d'informer pcs amis ei le ( rfiii^i'*!i't"'   ol"
publique, tbat lie still conliuucK to miikc the
largest brand Id towb.     JJis iiuUy hoavys
HIT   Suit]
Trots  pour un quart,  Iionne gualite.
Try it ami he convinced.
[Le UarlboO Sentinel ct lea Journal de la Cour
de Lout/res soot pries de aepOJ copier.]
se24 lu*
ew  Goods
EX   "ROYAL  TAR."
TUGS. WILSON & CO.,
Invite attention lo their
l¥cw itorb ot WIlfTER
ti O O » S just nrrived by
Kojsil   Tar    from   London,
!
Ln Appeal   t)   the  Citizens of
Vic'01 il, V I-
'rilE   COH0BEOATION   EMANU-EL  OK
1   Victoria, V. I., in meclinp; iisseinbled, this
da.v, .Saturday, Sept. 22(1, ISiili,
Resolved, That the aid of our Kelhiw Citizens of all Denominations bc solicited through
thc following authorized and dn'.y nppnint'-d
t'ommiiiee. And that Ftich Commillee endeavor, hy every melius in their power, to
raise funds whereby part of the debt or mort-
gugc on the Isri.elitish Syn«Kogue may he
cancelled. Knowing Ihe liheral views and
generosity of the citizens of Victoria, the eoii-
hus OI'EXKD the above premises, nnd itilends I gregntion hns 1101 the slightest d»ubt (making
Government   street,
Betwien Gns Keyser's mnl W, VVilsun's
'PHK I'.NDEItSIGXLD, IN VIEW OF TIIE
X   " (iood Tini.'S " folks said were ci
to OPEN" TIIE IIKST OVSTKRS th*   market
furnishes.    Ti.ey will be
lUasle d
Fried   '
Ht c w ed
In or Out of the Shell-
Stay "pen nt all hours.
leaa-im .1. b. blell.
due nllowance for the dullness of the season)
that their appeal will meet with that response
which the exigency of the ease requires.
A. JACOBS, President.
L. AN'TIIi;.\V, Secretary.
II. M. COHEN",
LEWI" LEWIS,
1). SHIIII'SEIt,
J. W. KEYSEK,
se24 Commi'tee on Subscription.
FLA K X KI.S—Wn.sir— Twilltd Ssxuny
1'tuin nnfl I'lini'v OulnPH
DI'lTd — ('A.vroN - White   nnd   Un-
blenclitd    .
PLiNKETS—AH sizes
BALMORAL SKIRTS
FRBWCU MERINOS—In nil colors
Hoyles' Prints, Horrocksas' Long Clothe,
Linen and Cotton Ticks, fheetings,
Quilts, Drn?get Sqna- cs, Green Buize>
Hollands, American Leather Cloth,
—AND—
t
A General Assortment  of Oondi suituble for
tbe Autumn and Winter.
e
Tho-.   Wilson &   Co.,
MASONIC BUILDING,
GOVKKA!UGI\T   STREET.
se 20
J. H   Turner & Co,
GOVERNMENT STREET,
VICTORIA, V. I.
LONDON   FIRM,
J   P   Tunstall & Co
LONDON     HOUSE,
September, 18GG.
We have received by "Royal Tar" and late Express arrivals a
great part'of our Autumn and li inter Stock. It comprises as usual a
full assortment of 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, kc,
Ladies' and Children's Underclothing,
Mantles, Funs, Hosiery, Embroideries, Lage
Goods, kc.
Millinery - Wreaths, Head Dresses, a beautiful selection
of Bonnets in tlie Lamballe, Pamela, and other new
shapes ;   Hats in silk, velvet, and straw.
This department is now under tlic direction of a First Class French
Milliner, who arrived by last steamer.
The above, goods have been selected by our London partner with great
core, and will be sold on most favorable terms.
»eUl
J.   II.   Turner   *Sc   <?o.,
Agents I'H- Alexandre's Ki'i CHovei. <£bcnht0    (Telegraph.
MONDAY EVENING, (» OTOBEB 1. l.suil.
COMMERCIAL.
MEMORANDA.
Per stmr ACTIVE from San Kraneisrn -
Mist E Kalfrbt, Min A Knight, Mrs M .linrtv
•ml eliild, Miss Odder, Thoe Brawn, M 0»l-
der, M Manuel, Miss Riitlierlor I, Mrs Williams. Mrs ¥ Nrufedir. Qoi Klwio.l Kvans.
(lo.Attun-, Mrs J S Lhivshh, Leopold Boeco.
mil, IVrre Oiirnoi and lady, MUl II llarr s.
Mrs Mullen, ¥ Guriseli, wife and elnld, Mr?
Wm Patten, Mr. 0 Wright. Mrs .1 limmlt.
Miss E U Smith, Mrs Eberlnirdt nnd son, Prosper (Jic-lley, A U Turner, and •!-' others.
teiusklM.
Per stmr ACTIVE from Ban Fronrisi-o—
Ru.cowitz, Sprntt 4 Kiiemler, Promis, Corhi-
niere, Su ro k Cu, Ilu terli I I. Lowe lire.-, f.
1) Marvin, lilbb'O k Co, order, Crelley k I'it-
lerte-, Lohse, Hrodriek, (V-*iuiiiiviiii, Wnitl,
Langley k Co, Uom-li, Goldstone k liios,
I'roason, linker, J S Di-iitniiiond, Boiomon
llros, Lcwin Ac Anthony, O Owver, M L k S
l.oewi k Co, B Marvin, Edwards, MeCrea,
Derham, Martin Rro°, Cow.er, Tai Sooiifj A
Co, Caire k Graneiui, M.uinsel, Fafrcctt,
M Quade, llottlie , Colin, Hproat k Co,
Kiiung Lee k Co, Bcbnltl
i.m»nuT».
Per stmr ACTIVE from Sun Francliro—1
pg hoops, UK es cheese and butter, I cs enr-
jh's. 2 cs linen and woolen goodl, 2 11 niii-
cliinery, 10 es eottoua, 17 Cl logare, 59 cs to-
haeeo, 12 es dry goods, 1 cs sleel, 1 et effect*,
7 es mm, 182 es hardware, 4 es hops, 2 es
mill, kc, I HI Ct hunts nnd shoes, lulu pgs
Hour, 120 es oil, 81 cs Chinese proviilou , 61
is lard, cte, 14 cs whi-ky. i ci mlp copper,
8 es drugs, 100 es sugar, 10 Cl miislarJ, 400
rs candles, 'i cs leiither, 14 es glees, 1 ci stationery, TiO cs vermuth, etc, 2UJ cs soup, 1
is |iaper hangings, f>() cs tea, fi es paper, 1 ri
grils, 20 cs onions, 2"i cs oil, f>0 cs wi e, llj
ts lnrd, etc, fin cs fmii loo es champagne l"
es cordage, 23 express good-. Value $48,-
i22 J5.
Olympic  Ilstae  Hill  ( tub.
miii'I'im. i% ri:i.i.ii.e.,\i ii.
rollTliFVICTiilll 1,  VAS'lllVKil   IS1AXI)
KNTKRKI).
Oct 1— Stiiir Active,  Wlillnmi, Sau Fran
Cisco
Sip Letitia, Adams. Port Angelos
,-ehr Cndiisli, Drown, Hare ny Sound
Stmr Enterprise, Swaiison, New Wesliniu-
Iter
ct,r*niti.
Oct 1—Stmr Active, Williams, New Wesl-
miiister
Simr Fideliter. Erskine, Aslniin
Stmr Enterprise, Swanson, New   Wesiinin-
ster
Mchr Black Piamnnd,  McCullocb, Nannimo
Tun Saaniimi Odtiiaoi;.—Henry William!
wns brought up today on remand charged
wilh .issnulting Mrs. Freddi-on and hir ilangh-
tcr ou Tuesdiy last at fnauich. Josephine
Frcddison. the girl or wli»a» the outrage was
cinnuii tc I, appeared in the witness Inn. Mie
l< a pleasant looking mulatto girl, rather large
for her age, and delivered her evidence very
clearly and lliieiitly, although wi li some agitation. Wit ie-s slnled that she saw prisoner
lust ou Tuesday last ; I was in the irnicr-
clo-ct and prisoner opened the door nnd came
in ; I lulil hi in not lo come in hut he did, and
ruiight hold of me and pulled tne out ; I said
I would tell my mn, nud he said if I did he
would smash tny hind ; he then taught uie
hy ihe throat and threw me down and pulled
up my clothes ; I did not I.now any more then
till I came to myself, and turning my head 1
law him going over the fence j I then got up
nml went down tho garden nnd found my
mither with her clothes lied over her head ; I
untied hi-r coth s, hut she could not speak,
and I thought she was dead ; I thon went ami
hid behind a big maple log ; after a while my
mother came up nud when she saw tne sh
was frightened and told me tu gi awny, till
she saw it was inc. Mil became insensible
nnd I got some water and tried to bring lie
round, but cuuld not; she went to sleep all I
the time; I did not see anybody till my father
came home, whin I told him all that had happened. Mr. Pitta and Mr. Cornelius were al
the house ou the morning before i happened,
hut left at 20 mini.tes to 8 ; they were not
thcro since.
Daniel Frcddisnn, father of Ihe girl, testified
that he had been absent nil day at work, ami
when he came he found his wile iu lied insensible and with seveiat bruishes on her bend;
Hie girl then told him nil th t had happened,
which he repeated to the Bench, adding Hint
she told him pr.soner had thrust some white
powder like (lour into her mouth.
The  Magistrate—Prisoner, do you wish tn
. question thn witness?
Prisoner—No, sir; he's a pretty good
talker, ihat man is.
Dr. Davie, junr. testified that he had e.v-
•mincd the wile of Mr. Fieddison last Wednesday and fouud her suffering from concussion of the brain caused by blows on her head
nnd neck ; witness also examined the till a d
fouud that she had been violated, apparently
within twenty-four hours.
A bright little boy, four years old, nephew
"f Mrs. Freddison, gave some evidence very Intelligently, hut tne Magistrate concluded noi
to receive it, ns the child could not understand the nature of nn oaih.
Thc prisoner wns then sent up for trial.
Firbjcin's Election — Mr. J. C. Keeunn
was unanimously elected chief Engineer of
'lie Victoria Fire Department to-day, there
heing no opposition. Mr. Thos. J Barnes
was elected Assistant Engineer, polling BB
votes to Mr. W. H. Tham's 44. Only 911
votes were polled, a great many of thc firemen being out of the colony-
A Cricket Mitch will be played «t Cil-
*ood to-morrow, between the fleet and the
Victoria Club. Messrs. "Richardson, Howard.
Burnett, Wallace, Wbittaker, Drake, Tye.
Ellis, Oreen, Howell and Layton will represent
^ ictoria. They ore a " strong team,'' and we
"link will  retrieve the  lost laurels of tbe V.
e.c.
Sa'urJay, Sept. 22,  1888.
E. McQiAnt iC.ipuinj      J IHvn (Captaia)
si ,i.s   IIXIBSS.
McQuade, catcher .. 2   Darles, catcher ;
McLWk.ll, pitcher...3    Dillon,  pitcher i
tarn ■-. Ui li 4   Dougal. l-t ll ;(
Jam eson, Id II .1 Ulgb, 2 I 11 , li i   ,.J
Adams, 3d Ii I   Riclunan, 3d II 4
(•' "'-'"•  I '   I V.glc. - f |1  h rj...r,
Loin-nl,nig. left   r...l Joe Davis, I f (h r;..l
Ma.ks, right f ,1, r)..J    BoloOMB, r f 1
DOUgal  1     flnpWt,   ,:   f.  5
Thorn, c  f 1    WilletDI  2
BadovJdl 2    Dougal..:. ••
''"til  24 Total  iu
J C KlIS.lI, Uni|iire W H Tim*. Bcorei
Sslnrd.iy, Sept  2'J, 1(06,
E. UoQoiDI (Captsln)       J. Davis (Capiat a J
mm uauoi
XeQtiade, e (I h r).i   DaVles, e 5
McUaskell, p li   Joe  Darts, p i
Harnett. Ut U tl    Keeunn. 1st II  ,,
Lang, 3d li *   Clark, 3d B 0
Moses, 3d It I    Dickenson, 3d II  1
Thorn, s f 4   Morrison, • f 11 h r)..4
Marks, I I' 2   Badovich, c f .„. 1
Jiiligcriiiaii,  r f 4    Marsdon, I f ' 1
Suiumuu, c f  1    Welch, rl :;
Total  31 Tot.il  'JO
F  BtLVSSTSK,  Scorer
The "flv-.1 "fouls," Ac were not kepi.
Five inns re-ulted in ■'.lu. k cggi.'1
The next rCjfllUr game will he played on
Saturday next at 2:30 o'clock.
Ocn Ftnsr Mi'Sios ro LO'Dos.-Tbe Liverpool European Times thus alludes to ilm Inter*
change ol messages between Ihe Mayors of
Victoria and London, over Hie Atlantic Cable:
'*TAn exchange ol courteeiei Iia. juet passed
b-iwiTn the Mayor of Vanconve Island and
ihe jord Mayor, by telegraph, the one hmii.<
io embody in his message Hie lei ling of the
•ninny, nnd tlie oilier Hie mother Country.
lime days were occupied iii ihe Iruiiniiiil in
of 'he message betwen Vancouver Island mil
ihls country. It would li,- carried nrross the
contiii'iii of merlca to Kewloundlauj—how
fnr by telegraph lose not appear." Tlie Timet
lues not nppenr to know Hull we h ve through
telegraphic connection wnh Newfoundland.
Mechanics Ixsti ruts—Tbe eutertalnmeot
1111116 1118111111"! eommencM at 8 o'clock ihis
evening, and promises to be a very pleasant
affair short addrots s l.y the Presidents o>
Itistiiute and Debating Cuss will be given.
followed by recita ions of the members,
longs, etc. Members' tickets giving admission to the entertainment may be hnd Irom
the librarian fur $1 o ieh,
Fiiom San Francisco.—The s earner Aciiie
orriied yesterday morning nt II o'clock wilh
72 passengers, nud Some M0 tons of gen. ral
merchandise, valued at $19,8(9 fi5. She discharged her csrgo before 9 o'clock this n.m
and sailed f r New Westminster, when she
will return to-n or w nnd sail lor Sun Francisco mi Wednesday at 4 p.m,  'I he mails will
gloss i'ii Wc.liir, 1 iy nt 2 p.m.
Tiik I' S. Sciivkyimi pCTTRB Fauiitlerny
e.inic inln tlie harbor to-d:iy,    SJie is' engaged
surveying Pug l Sound f.r the American
Government, wiih a view to the erection of
extensive fortllicatlonion the Sound.
Ac. ijisi ■ ai- EsyriMAi.T.—A s.i-ilor named
Kennedy belonging to II. M S. sutloj, was
severely injured iu the f-ce and hand ou
l-'riilnv by Ihe promature explosion of a blast,
ii) the niivnl slure yard at Biquimalt.
FtiCA Sthaits Coai,.— Ihe sloop Letitia ni-
rived yC-leidiiy with 17 tons of coal Irom the
PhuMiix Coal Co.'s mine, Fucn straits.
Foit Piiuii.Axn— The steamer Fideliter will
sail lor Portland lo morrow 'iioniiug at eight
o'clock.
ttt auk indebted to Mr. Turner, Wells,
forgo k Cos. obliging messcngi r, for files of
California papers.
Tlie Tariff under Union.
Tlie Uritith Columbian makes tlio following remark*, in proposing in exact tlie
n. C. dirties on I lie good) now in store in
Vaoeonver Feland ■
"'Iho union Hilda one section partially
stocked witli goodl which have paid mi
import duly averaging not less thun
fifteen per centum ad valorem, thu other
■ection glutted with merchandise which
li is paid no duty nt nil. The idea ciitcr-
liiintd by sonic (hut the latter will enjoy
entire immunity is manifestly fallacious,
To ullmv the iccnmnlttted stocks of Island
merchants to find u market on the mainland wit limit paying the iisinil customs
duty would lie lo pcrpetrute n grievous
wroii}; tipor die merchants of ths latter
suction, wliile to permit these goodl to lie
so disposed of on the island even lor local
consumption, ivonld be virnnilly lo exempt the people residing (hero liotu cou-
tiiliutinif their share uf tho rcvunuu for
mnny months to conn, llui, there is
another ground upon which it would he
obviously iinprnciicuhle to nllow the
goods foimil on the island at the lime the
new constitution conies into force lo
escape customs duties. Wo- huve said
that the import duties constitute the main
source of revenue Under union that will
be equally true of ihe whole territory.
If we assume that Ihe amount of goods
held by island merchants ut the time of
union is equivalent to a six months' supply
for the wbolo—nnd we apprehend the estimate is a luoilertiio one—it will readily
be seen that to allow these goods to be
sold nnd consumed duly Irce, no matter
iu whut section of the country, would be
tantamount to depriving the Ci louy, as u
whole, of its chief source of revenue for
six mouths, a proposition which cannot
be entertained lor a moment. It is ob
rious, therefore, Ihat, upon the ground ol
revenue, as well as fairness lo each section of the country, the idea of nilowiujj
the island i-tnck-i to escape duty is sirply
a'.Miril. It fulloivs. therefore, thai SOM
libiii must |m nilnpleil bv which gooill
b-oii.'hl into Viiiuouvcr Isliinil, under the
fre trade system, mnl remaining in tlic
li ui.I- nl' isljuil mcri-linii's nt the lime
the BOW Mutilation tnkns ed ct, uil
be iinide to pay the same rates if
duty as are imposed by our rus-
toii's tuj ff. I5y whut means this will he
liCKt accoinplis-lied il is not onr present
purpose to su.'oesi. |„fl eil it i< not
improbable thai the diffltuliy Inn slreudi
'icet: nnticipiileil liy the eruil.te  mind   of
our Oorcrnor, and it Is not unlikely ibai
dun  pri.vihion   has   been made (or it, and
only uwui:* Icgislatire ratiOeniloi '
< illl.ldtl.
Some rx'itcmeiit has been nccasomd
hy the pro peel nf another Fenian r.ii".
I'rcp-iraiioii is la-tuft made Ui resisi it
Qovernor-Oentral's IJ.nly (iiund left Toronto for C-c f,o il. They wore joined I.v
lu> ! .'I. from Hamilton, »ml some olher
cirps, unking ultogeiher n tStxm about
2,000 strong, ut preleut encamped at
TlinroM.
Otuiwa   correspondenca   of  the New
Yoik Herntd repr.-Kehts    thut    discontent
lia.l   been   m tested  by Ihe military in
consequence of being nusufflcienily provided for Oeld service j but the OoTern-
melll had nil.tied ull  i-iiti.-i;   of  Coinplniiit,
mnl oriKr ond conieotuient wis restored
General  Michel and a board of officers
had decided upon irmlng the troops wi'h
n breach hi d.-rs, mil   contracts i.oulii hi
Immediately made for a large number of
these woi poos.
A flying column of Infantry,'oaf nlry
and artillery h.s been organhted ut Cornwall, consisting uf two regiments, a bat-,
tery mnl u Hoop of regulars. 'Ihey will
make Cornwall their heodqiiiirlers, and
Irom thence mtve coitsiitiit'y up und down
the t'mi olinii bunk of the St, Lawrence,
Special Aotlcoa.
Mil. ZlNN begs to »nnounce lo the intmlut-
anis ol > ictoria tlmt lie I, • lately received a
l.irge ass ot . ent ot Children's tiarrlages and
Uluiirs, Pishing Baskets nud Pishing Cairn,
h.'I s laree quantity of Market and lr»valiog
ii.iskcts, China Vases, Panrr Ooods and Toys,
nil ol whieh have to he sold on or belore
.-'i.'i.r.i iry   next   at    uri-illy   reilttced    prices
(foods sold ni who'esale lor cost prices,    *
ItSKOVAL.—Messrs. Solomon Br-iS. hnve removed to the tivo-stnry brick building on
tlovernmeiit sireet, opposite the St Nicholas
Hotel. Tii'-y have reci Ived, ex shin Mohawk,
fiom Lou Ion, a fine assortment of men's
c oth ng and underclothing, which ihey will
I M lower lioiii a v house iu towai. Give ihetn
a  all. «
Ai.kx ixnitit's (,i.ovkj—Messrs. J. II. Turner
k Co.. London House, have received to-day,
I.v l-.M-res'i li,,,,, Paris, a lull Assort:.;- I ol
lex.in.Ir-*.-- Ijiinous kid glove-, for which
they are the sole agen s in Vancouver Island
aud British Columbia. *
Mr. Diosv PaIKkr requests tbat orders fnr
teaching, playing and tuning Plalofortes, and
for instruction la Singing, may be lefl wl li
Messrs. Hibben k Carswell, Stationers and
Booksrl era, tiovei nmenl street, or at his residence, near the iop of fort street. *
FiiKscii .Mn.i.isi uv—The millinery department nt London House is now under the iiinn-
ageroo t of a lady who arrived hy lust steamer from Palis. -J. Il.'lliistli .V   CO. *
IIoli-.'ivai \ t'.tis.   tiiiri..,■, , n t  i'.,-.u-i Cemplalnts.
— I I, .,- in  U.lie.   are bver preMOt,   nul   il   lefl llnnt
leaded f.t'l-ienrty terminate fo.itiy. ti shic.M in-
pveryttb ie known tint i.nth ct.-.tem ..n 1 ili..i-.-lnei ,1,--
need o. lbs |.ii-*.-ii-.- of some aDdlgesied iDbs'sncela
tin- ii„.ti .-I,,..- bowels,or lome iKIttsrluui ma'ts   In
Uie bioo-l. svl llikl Hollows)'! I'llll rin «x|i. ] eilli.-i
Iftth *.** and SSpcdttion.    'I'lie.v  rnnc i.lul«   iiiahii,-
prtsinf degree purUytof, slternstlve, regolsilos And
strnnrlli'i.i'.ls'\ii-.l.l i'*, sn I tlcn exert nveriveri in-
ten,.I,.i sa tlie wholeioaetr oontrolling lola-oj* sn
oeoeMery f^r mibdulnspae*tslve nnlmi in ih.-hmi.An
h-Jlre.    ll'll^v.   v . lie-   „iite  ni»y   he  nil van l.,.--    ISI]
taken m   »  iii.-ot-   rkerplng the bljod pure I the
ii.-.l,- r.,.,1—ii,i. eir.v prsetiesble plea ot mituulin,,?
lira th in ..ii 1.. in.i.li I  mil ..I.I in.-.
New   Ailvcrlisiiin  ,v.
New Advertiserm tits
ftuecn Charlotte Coal Mining Cc.
(I-IMITKU.)
Notice   cf  Assessment
For Sale Ex Camden.
Ilo-lillir, tat*T*rt ani Ango-lura Ultleri,
Orrgtin liter  in bbls. and raies.
ATI UEBT1KC OF lllllF.CTOItS OP TIIK
; /\ above Company held this da; the foi       **at ''" eosfcs, hal^caoki and rases,
ing reiulutiou was passed :— I
" That an Assrssiiirnt of Hlzpencs Itatliag
per -hare on A sheres le now mule, payable ,
I tn the Secretary at the oltiee of ihe i ouip.uiv.
' ou or hef re ihe 29th int.. between thc boars
of II A. M. uud 2 P.M. dailt. '
Sautrrne and California Millie Mine,
I'renrh  -llrolml  nil O.P.,
liug. (liipnil. 'Iuiiiiii  aud  llnlb ngir Iham-
aaatv,
J. H. WILLIS,
Corner Brond and Tn-uii.-e sts   i
■September itb, 1SUU.
Beere-ary.
Md     I
Victo ii Turn Vereia.
* I.I.  UBMBBBd  01 TUE   ABOVE   I\".
And In  v»orc :ni  assortansl of Rr.indy
and I.lyiK.1-  uii.ib.'e lor the Trade.
ant- Depot of Havana Cigars.
so 4
EUOEXE THOMAS,
Vstes street.
stitulion a ho  wish  to attend  regular,
practice, are uqaestad to  bs present an  the
lir.t Monday in September, when rlaS'SS will
be formed commencing wit1, the  iluipleil ex-    I'i:
cruises, and going thro ay It thr wh -le .'onrie.    1\
CIIAUI.Ks DECHS.N I.
JSB Tunnrart.      2>A ILLI IsT JE. R, ~*5tT ,
Mrs.   Hein
fEEPS   COXSTAXTtT OS   BAND  TI.K
latest
CIIA Ml'A ONE !
NAPOLEON'S CABINET
BOUCHE.
\i:E IIAVK APPniNTEU MESSRS.
>\   ORBLLEY  i   firERBE, of Victoria,
SOLE    AGENTS
—rua—
Vancouver   Island and   2 ritich
Con n bidet our above-named Wines,
B uche  jfils &  Co.,
nt Marniil-iur-Ay.
se 19 Champagne, France.
REMOVAL.
Dr.. powi-LL has nniovEn in<,
Surgery nnd   Itesideuc- to  the coruer nl |
D0UQLAS AND BRODOIlTOJr STREBrt
[near Fort).
Orrtos II o-iis-8 A. M. to 13 M.. snd I
P, II. to 10 P. M.
August IS. au 2tt
 A I —
Pikes  to   Suit the  Times,
COVLIINMENr     STREET
Bttween Fort and Bronghflla. so fi
boorborg1  & Itueff,
COMMISSION   MKltCHANTS,
Importers and Wholesale Dealct in
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS,
1 Soots  riii<l  Siloes,
Wli nf street, Victoria, V. 1. se 2
LT7MBBB
»    LABGE   ASSOBTMBXT   OP   EOUOII
i'V   and dressed for salo cheap,
J   BOBEBT80.N STEWART.
Victoria, V. I,. 20.h August, IMi . se 23
111K GREAT   IIEMl'.DY   OK  THK
A Q K.
HOLLOWAY'S OINTMENT.
ii
LYMP1A OYSTERS'
Yorkshire   Bacon!
Ex Royal Tar,
For sale by
FBLL k CO.,
IN   KVEUY   STYLE   AT
A.   W,   PIPER'S,
AXD iun
Best Welsli Karcbils
0«    THB    I4BLAND.
se 19
NOTICE .
ill,   PBB80NB   BAVIN*0   OLIIMd
,\ npniii-t tiie undersigned are requested t >
pr, sent ihein frith in 30 d. y- from tlalo,
All persons Indohted to the uodorsiKued are
requested   to   settle   their ACCOllUtS within 30
days e'ther l.y note or otherwise, or they will
be Jf veil   io   my Attorney for collection, ils I
intend to leave lor Kurope.
se Id lm J. «". KEY3EB.
FOR      yALE
rp W 0   0 U I) V B II i II A K E It SRWIN'd
I     MACHINES,    for   heavy   work:     one
Singer's Machine, No. 2, fur  hue  and   licavy
work.
All the pools pertaining to tiie bustni
Including i..tt..ii goods, ticking, jmlu, and
oilier Ru-.iis too numerous m.. mention,
The  abova  will   Le  sold for less than cost
niihin 30 .tny*.
Tetins—Cash or approved N" .:es.
—AIiSO -
The ent'ie s'ock of Crockery,   Hardware,
Fi.ri.inirc.  Fancy Quods, a- ,. on  iho ,nruv
terais  US lllnive.
All goods unsold after  30 days will bs , Id
at auction.
ie I'i-Im J. W. KRVSKR,
JFOFl     SALE,
El.'o
Yates slrcet.
CARRIAiE   PAINTING
IN   ALL ITS  BRANCHES,
Yates Street,
Between Deluge Engine  House
and the Internationil Hotel.
Work   solicited,   and   done   on   the  most
reasonable Icruis hy
W. 51. KEOHAN
se 2-im
JSTOTICE,
MARTIN    BROS.,
[UPOBTBR3 OF
Groceries and Provisions,
FiUEPKOOF  BUILDING,
LATELY OCCUPIED BY I/HOTELIBU k Co,
WH ABF       STREET.
4   OOOO MAIIB (IK FOAL), WITH VKAIl-
iTV   ling colt   by   her   side.    Will work in
single or double harness.
Apply ni the
Office of the Evening Telegraph*
LANGLEY STREET. se 9
LIST OF AURIVALS
At Uie Hon tit Ararat Hotel during tlie months
of June, July, uud August, 136(3.
June—His Excellency Governor Kennedy, Mr
Williiim A G Y-.ung, Mr. Bcnj \V
IVarse.
July— Me-srs .Irt? Wilcox, I" Daprny. .Tn? Ueed
Mftca lam, John Hand, Louis Pbilpot,
F W Ahvood.J R KohI. K S Hutch, Sir
Jns D.jugas, D Prater, E S Whiiting-
hain.
AugVit—II E See'ye, W E Stronach, J
Hober'son Stewnrt, Thos Lut'^tnl-
sclunid , Robt Burnaby; John Nicho!-
fon, M M Titus. F W Green, Bcnj W
Peam, Acting Surveyor General, R
Ho to fray, II O Tiedemann ; James Mc-
Cutchan; Wm Di-nuy, Wm Wilson,
Joseph Hilton, R T) ■ d J; Kenneth He-
Kenzie, Jr, Wm B McKenzin, David B
Blair. <'h»^ Red (cm, Cb^i Kept.
it i lm
Tht    tllttt    ul   (lit    Ointmt.nI    un    Ul*
Syiicm
To the Very CO o r.ndeen'ie of all dlsir.ffi
which affect tbtrhunian l«o'iy, thin n-markfthle
pre para ion penetrates, It JiMippenrs under
ibe friction ot the hands, un ^a!t -li. n; j.i-ari
when rubbeH u.ion neat* Tbe ungueul per-
torjs its healing errand rapidly, safely, aad
without pair.. Simple eruptions, open sores,
bard tumors, .'crutuious fleveloptneots uf all
Kinds, abcesses, cancera, old wounes. and, in
'tun, every spec! s or inll.timuation nnd s:;p*
pnratio*,,"Wbeilier in tie skin, the ffeih, tbo
glands, or nmoog ilu* muscles, can be :.rrcsteb
In its deetruutlve course, mid p.'rcinnenf]/
cnre'l without danger by rubbing In tbia ines-
i [mable Ointment.
find    I<egS|   Uud   BrtAftSf    Sort-H,   nnd
fn many Hospitals in Rorope this celebrated
remedy Es now used tor the cure ot old wounds,
pores, and ulcers ; in Spain nnd Portugal, and
in many parts of Italy, the first Physicians re-
regularly prescribe H^ use, H is a sovc.eigr
rt'Uie'ly for bud brfnstspnd bad legs; ana like*
wise lor all skin diseases, it is to be found in
ihe chest oi' nearly every sailor, soldier, aud
emigrant,
Imprndenfilea  nr  Vontb ; —lores   pud
l Ut is.
The above class of complnlnts ifl surely re-
uoved by nightly fomenting the parts witt
tin water, nud then by must < (Tectufllly rub
oiog in tin-1 Ointment, Persons'sufleting fion
ibese direful complaints should lose not a mo
ment in arresting their progress, h should b«
at derstood thai It is not sufficient merely t^
•mear the Ointment on the affected pnrtB, hut
t mu-t tie well rubbed In for some considerable
lime tw or three ttrni i n day, that it may ho
mkib into ibe system, whence it will remor.
only biddeu lore or womd as rffectually a.
though it wers palpable to the eye. Bread and
water poultices, after tbe rubbing in oi tt.
Ointment, wi.l do great service, Tbis is tb(
i>nly proper treatment for females In ca.-es tt
cancer in the stomach, or for thu.^e who sufli 3
Torn a general bearingdoi n.
Pl!e«(, Put tt las, Stricture*.
Blotches, asalso swelling-', can with certainty
be rndically cured If the Ointment he used
Teely. a'nd the i'ills be taken mVht anil morning as recommended in tiicprinicdinslrut liiuns
\\ ben treated in any otherv ty these complaint,
ji.ly dry up in one place la break cut in sn-
nher; whereas ;lii> Ointment will remove the
•minor from tt:e system, and leave tlie patten
i Vigorous and healthy being. It will reqnin
Jme, nided by Uie use of the Pillt, to ensure
nsttng cure.
nijn lit i ia, Bros eliitix. Bote I'liroatu,
Any of the above class oi diseases may be
■ured by well rubblne lbe Ointment three
Limes a dny upon lbe skin covering the throat,
Cheat, and neck ot lbe patient. The unguent
will soon penetrate the pores and give immediate relief. To allay the fever and lessen tbt
[oflamalion, C'ght or ten Pills should be takea
night and morning. The Ointment will pio-
duce petap*ration, which is bo essential for
removing fevers, sore (bronts, and thope op-
pressions of the cheBt which arise from
Asthn a, Bronchitis, and oibei causes.
Until   th«   Ointment nnd   Pill*   should
he u.si-d  in the coitoiving Cneai t
Sail leiri» rnrn« (Ojiub)
R:\ii Itrt'A>ti Oanc«ra
U'i-i i tractefl
Bnnit>n« ,   t*ti' Joints
Mtr ut Mo»oTi< toeb]Kle|ib8nti4flii
anii S.unl-Kliet
l.R\;o-foot
:bilbl:iin^
'liapiicd Hand*
RhctiuiAttim
.
tnd .-      Vi ipli i
'<' r'' TKroat
Skin ili-ea^
rtonrxj
Sirp   i'-idn
i"iit\,l\*
lltoUt
' ;inu'iulnr Swell  tumor*
lintrt! I  iu.
i. mbagn. -v.. .,,|
Pllos 'Yaw*
F.ibt nt t c RaUbtMimem ot
U4, Str ti(1,    r^-ir •Complp   Kai).
rttp«eWbloDrttflristi Lnd tu-niornbi He
ROF1SS1I   TIotiowi,
Lond.'ti ;   d'no by a
... .a MciUcloct ihro^gji
■nt tl.a eMliard worl*l, hi the rolJ"\i-jnsr puces   Is.lCd
i Id    i* c.K. lis., :'J, un.l 33f., eacLTot.
%»   Tl"*re lacoatidcrablCMvius bytskingtb«ltr^ti
• (6,- |))rc
np f-.- ihfl rii*'fnrc» "f Vfitmt-  'B   tt Miscellaneous.
At the Galwny A«sizcs, n man named
Kelly sued tlje Nutionul Assurance Cuin-
jiany £500, the amount of a poHcy efleftet)
on the life of h:6 daughter, C, cilia Ellen
Kelly, in 1803. The poor (,'irl was veiy
fur gone in consumption, but early in Unit
year he proposed lo the Albert Company
to effect an insurance on her life for i'5' 0
She was then under medical treatment iu
Dublin, but be represented thut she was
in a Nunnery in Ouhvay, nnd induced the
<.\mpany to accept the report of a local
physician as to her state of health.
iiefore that geutlemun, however, Miss
Kelly never appeared, but she whs personated by a friend of hers, a Miss Kin-
sella, who was in robust health, and has
since become a citizen of the United
Stute<, Tho report wus favorable, und
the policy wus planted. Kelly then applied lo tlic National Company lor the
sumo nmount, aud obtained it with slill
less difficulty, as he wus able to refer
to die Albert for a certificate of his
dataller's good health, and tbe sime
fraud was practised upon a not her
medical gentleman Emboldened by
bis success, he procured by similar ur
tifices nnolher policy for £500 from the
Standard Assurance Company (against
which he also had an ncliou listed), and
there is no saying to what extent he might
have traded ou his daughter's life hnd not
her malady al last reached its Inevitable
fatal termination. All his plans, however,
were frustrated by her conscientiousness,
for on her death-bed slio made a written
declaralion of the whole fraudulent proceedings to which she had beeu au uuwil
ling party.
Oriental Magnificence —Wo not
long ago quoted an extract from Lady
Emily Eden's boo'c on India, which
sounded like a passage from the " Arabian
Mights' Entertainment." \\'e quote another paragraph :
"The first show of Ihe day was fiun-
jeet's private stud. I suppose fif'y horses
were led past us. The first had on its
emerald trappings, necklaces arranged on
its neck and betweeu its cars, and in front
of the saddle two enormous emeralds,
nearly two inches square, carved all over,
and set in gold frames, like littie looking
glasses. The crupper was nil emeralds,
and there were stud-ropes of gems put on
something like a martingale. Hccra
Singh said the whole was valued at thirty-
seven lues (thrco hundred and seventy
thousand pounds) ; but all these valuations are fanciful, as nobody knows the
worth of these enormous stones; they nre
never bought or sold. The next horse
was simply a'tired in diamond* and turquoises, another in .pearls, and there was
oue with trappings of coral and pearl Ihat
was very pretty. Their saddle-elollu
bavo stones woven into tliein. It reduces
European magnificence to a very to*
pitch. * * * Beniifd us there was a
largo amphitheatre of elephants, belonging
to our own camp, or to the Sikhs, and
thousands of Uunjeet's lollowers, all
dreBsed in yellow or red satin with qneiiti-
ties of their led horses trapped in gold and
silver tissues, and all of them sparkling
with jewels. I really never saw eo
dazzling a sight."
In the midst of all this magnificence
comes one of the slurp contrasts so
marked in Oriental 1 fe. Ruiyeet is ill,
Dr. D. goes to him, nnd this is his room :
'A little glass closet, in a corner of his
palace, with a common cot to lie on ; no
other furniture whatever, and hardly
room for any.'
The Great Ocean Race fiioh China.
—By the China mail we have the latest
Information of the movements of the clip
per ships now engaged in the great nice
from China for the honor and profit to be
awarded to the vessel which arrives first
at London with the new season's tea.
The Fiery Cross, Captain Robinson,
which left the River Mia on iho 29th of
Mjy, passed Anjcr on the 18ih of June,
nnd may ba considered ns the first favorite
in this contest. Her chief rival, the
Serica, which has already' been successful
iti the race Ironic, left the River Min on
the 30th of May, nod pussed Anjer on
the 23d of June. Tho Taeping, well
known for her fast tailing qualities, left
tbe River Min ou the same day as the
.Serica, and passed Anjer'on the 20ih of
June, some two days previous lo her. The
Ariel, which is expected lo make a very
rapid passage, also left tho Min on the
30th of May, and passed Anger on tha
20th of June. The Tailsing, Captain
Nutsford, a clipper of very high order,
and also the Biack Prince, both in the
race, had not been heard of at Anjer np
to the 24th of June. The cargoes on
board these six clipper ships consist of a
.totnl of 15,247,000 lbs. of tea.
New Advertisements.
Alhambra
BILLIARD SALOON.
tOUSM COVERY1IEYT iSD VAFES  STS.
•JXPST-A-IRS-
vntrance on Yates Street.
se :)-lm
ALICE   BROWN'S
FANCY   TWIST
SMOKING TOBACCO
Jl'ST RECEIVED AT
A.   F.   liEYHEWN,
Together wilh some line
HAVANA. €;iGAR«* DlltECT
Also on hand
Wine Sap, Peach, Apricot, Mary's Own,
Light Pressed, Natural Leaf, Buffalo
Tongue, and Atlantic Cable
Tobacco.
JUST RECEIVED   PER  BARK  RIVAL
A Fine Assoitment of
Meerschaum   Pipes.
Call and examine
fe 5-lm
jstoxioe.
MARTIN    BROS.,
IMPORTERS OK
Groceries and Provisions,
FJHBPKOOF BUILDING,
LATELY OCCUPIED RV L'HOTELIER 4 Co,
■WHA.RF       STREET.
sc 6
B^
Cow For Sale
A   COW (AND CALF SIX WEEK* OLD),
j.'\ warranted perfectly gentle.     Price $55,
Also, o young bteer, •
Apply to
jc2u 0, KIJCBj James Bay.
HERMAN  SHULTZ,
His Well Known and Old Established
Stand
Tha Government st. Boot Store,
lias just received per steamer
A   FIXE   ASSORTMENT   OF
Ladies'  and   Children's   Shoes,
Wbich lis offers at a very low price.
Receives by each steamer from  England and
San   Francisco
BOOTS     *3c    SHOES
OF   TH«
FINEST   AND  BEST QUALITY,
FRENCH   LEATHER,
SHOE     FINDINGS,
At prices to correspond with Ihe times,
se 12
Ihe Only Sure Way to Save the
Country!
IS TO PATRONIZE
cameron's island produce
3vta.i?,k:-E3T,
No.   18   Fort   street,   opposite   Mrs.   Hcal'a
Boarding-house.
FAMILIES AMD HOTEL KEEPERS WILL
find  always  on   hand fresh,  cheap,'and
good
Isl md Vegembles and Fruit,
Islnnd Fish and Game of all sorts,
Island Eggs and Butter,
Island Vein-on cut lo order,
Island Poultry, 4c., 4c, 4c.
tf. H-—I hereby m ike known to tlic public
that. Inning made arrangements with certain
Island farmers to sell their produce, I am
from this data prepared to sell cheaper than
nny flhinninnii peddler that ever ate rice—
" So walk on, John 1°
August 17th, 18ii6. se 17-lm
LIST OF ARRIVALS
At tbe Mount Ararat Hotel during the months
of June, July, and August, 18G6.
Jaae—His Excellence Governor Kennedy, Mr
William A G Young, Mr. Beaj W
Pearse.
July—Messrs Jns Wilcox, F Dupray, Jas Reed
Macadam, John Dnnd, Loais Philpot.
F W Alwood, J R Ford, E S Hatch. Sir
Jai Douglas, D Fraser, E S Whitting-
ham.
August—H E Scelye, W E Stronach, J
Robertson Stewart, Thos L?tt stnl-
schniid', Robt Burnaby; John Nicholson, M M Titus, F W Green, Bcnj W
Pearse, Acting Surveyor General, R
Homl'ray, H O Tiedemann ; James Mc-
Cutchiin; Wm Denny, Wm Wilson,
Joseph Hilton. R D andjj Kenneth Mc-
Kenzic, Jr, Wm B McKenzie, David B
Blair, Chas Redl'ern, Chjs Kent.
«c 41m
CARRIAGE   PAINTING
tS  ALL  ITS  BRANCHES,
Yates Street,
Between Peluge Engine House
and the International Hotel.
Work soliciled, and done on the mosl
reasonable terms by
W. M. KEOHAN.
•e Mm
Miscellaneous.
Jesse Cowper,
Wholesale nnd Retail Dealer in
BOOTS AND SHOES,
LEATHER,
—AND—
SHOE    FINDINGS,
■TATES    STREET,
OPPOSITE WELLS, FARGO & C
At the old stand nf Webster k Co., i <
prepared to supply Ilie ivanls of ll o
public in Ins line.
The' Latest ?tvl*s
Received by every arrival from  Eul'Iiii t
and -Sun KraniMsi'o. st V
A   Triumph    of    Science
—AND—-
THK   LIGHT   OF   TIIE   WOULD
DR. MAGGIEL'S
PILLS   & SALVE.
Tba«o LTe plv'ng r»modi»a .ir* now, for tlie flr t
li"i,lfv,i pulil c.y to th • w r .1. Knr over anumter
f a , enlury of |irl. at,' practice Iho ingreJu Hie io lb, ic
Life.Giving puis
H'T> bun ti«H with tlio jrreitMt ttttttf, Tli ir
mfMlm ii n tony m ir-rvnt U*M\but to nfre
They n wh rri f&< variom BftMlij by h ch thn
piMont i* nuffV'ring, nnd re mvi(j<<rnip* t « »ilitu
tfttrn, T Hi" fttel mid inHriit a .ew il ten of tlicse.
vahai.lc I'ILLS will, rove to he
A VERY FOUNTAIN OF YOUTH,
F-r In even t*i f.*j iU new life ami vita'ltv, a-d
e.t.re Hie w n,-u,. ,,,ti.,i„ Iheir rlallne Hate. T.
ill'' i "inn an ml dl» Jed lll.-y nlll pr.vo moil In
v»lu He, a. a roi y, ipncillc and >ter Ini medlelnc.
ere I * a dream realized, tint I' <ncM.doI,e«n lou([lii
for three hundred ream ago. and ne.er fond. HP
louk.d fore f n„lalii thai would reitore tlic o'd to
'.inor andinako « outli ever
An Eternal Spring !
It Wit left fnr ihfs 'hy nnd lioiir tn renVze Hip dream
and ihuW m oaeglortum fuel tlie magic that made
i1 Uir.
THESE  FAMOUS   REMEDIES
Gunnot itivtli- Bight of yean, hut Ihtroin force buck
ui hold iilnui, dlMftMl hat mi l.i Irt ni|ili ov*i tin'
*g d and tba JOUU.J. Lei n-iie he^t*to then, bur
n iU Ilia ravurtbli o, purtunity that oifcrA. When Ukcn
at pie.oabrd—
For Billious Disorders
NolMnir chi le mor* p-odiidiro of enrf thmi these
¥i\U — l'ln-ir almost ni gi- infl .ene.e in felt at « ei ;
full ih" UMiaJ ci.qc mjtanta <f i In- in st dbtrellinff
illftftW ar-* itiiuviU. 'I'tit-t-e ri.iiudit'H art) made from
the 1'i.roat
VEGETABLE COMPOUxNDS.
Th-y will not harm the mmi delicate fem^l», and
ra . hi iti -a wnh g .ud rffjot in prcscribi-d linse-. to
the jounyeH babe.
For Cutaneous Disorders
And all eru tt >n^ of ihe iktu, *b« BALVI ii mod ia
vahuhlf. It doci n t lu-al st«uial<y til..n , b'U pan*!*
tr'iei %'Hh ih« nioit s arching <-if i;l» U» the p«J iool
oIih*,evtl.
DR. MAGGIEL'S P'LLS
Invariably cure tho following  Diseases :
Arlhmi,
B"wpI OtmpltlnU,
Gonthn,
-Coins,
Chest niensea,
CostiVfnePB,
lijhpepnit.'
Dianh-a,
DropsT.
DdutltW,
.  r,      . i'evcr aad Kgt -,
Pemnlenomplaint",
Ucudache,
lndtir stlon,
InH'iPin,
Iiiflami.) tion.
Inward Wcaknewn,
Ll-er Oomiilaint,
Lowt,e-« of SiHrltt,
KitiRWitrm,
Rhetimat am.
Salt id'enm,
Scalds,
Bkin Dtivaui,
jW NOTICR.— Voncffcirine without the emmtrad
trade-mark -round ertch pot #r box, fignert b\ DR. j.
MA(<GI I., 43 Fnltwi street; hew Vork, to couiittrfe.t
whirh is ti'lutiy.
SR- Sold by all re»p«ctnble D.'.alnrt in Vedirlnes
thrnueh'iut the United S.at«B aud Can ida—at 26 cents
perbdx or pot,
A. C. Langley & Co.,
Agents for Vuncouver Islnnd and British
Columbia.
■>* 2
Miscellaneous.
Everett's Exchange,
BTOBB BTRBBT,   V. I.
-1 ■ 11 k rRDi'iuEroii itK.si'K'nrii.Lv in-
1 furiiH hll trie ills nnd Ilu' public I' ut lit
lina uprnril hiii uld stiiiid iu Si.ire stri'et, where
he will beep tin bufore tbi* finest qunlity uf
WI.NKS, LIQUORS, and CI0AB8.
Come und see.
lell-lin        l'VT. BVKBBTT, I'rupiieliir.
WILLIAM   LYONS,
ST-TTF&TTsTC*
Commission      Agent,
On the Corner of
Wharf and Johnson Streets-
se S-2in
Dissolution   of  Partnership.
NOTICE.
I HE  PARTNBB8HIP  1IEKETOFORK E.X-
I    ifltiun betwei'ii   Thomas   Napier   Ilibbcn
and J'lines Oariwell. under the name or firm
of Hibben k OartWoU, has been  tins dflj' dis-
sohed b^ miilual consent.
The oiisincss will in future   be  carried   on
by Mr. T. N   Hibben, who w-ll   pay   and   receive nil money due to  or owing by the late
(inn
Dated this 18th day of September 18GG.
THOJIAS NAIMEIt IIIliHEN',
JAMKS   CAHSWKI.I,.
Witness  to  tho signature of Thomas Nupiei
liibbcD,
Okoiioi! Piling,
Solicitor, Victoria, V. 1.
Witness to the Signature of Junies Carswell,
KOUKIIT HlHIIOl',
Solici'or, Victoria, V. I.
se I3-lm
CHARLE8    BERNARD,
Manufacturer and Dealer in
FAMILY CHARTRES COFFEE.
And S|»j« «■* of all IlIikIs,
No. 707, Sansome street, corner Gold,
Between Jackson and Pacific.
/'i'rj( Premium awarded by the Mechanics' Institute, for the best Coffei and Spiees.
The proprietor having introduced Ste»m
Power in his Manufactory, ha now increased
I'ncilitiei to supply the trade and tbe public in
general. All articles Irom his Establishment
arc guaranteed lo be pu e nml unadulterated.
The public are respectlully invited to call and
convince themselves Country ordersprompilj
attended to. ae 2
TUE  ONE  THING   WANTED.
HOLLOWAY'S PILLS.
TOBACCO PLANT
AKRIVAT. OF ANOTHER CARGO FROM
Virginia & Cuba,
tU 'ASriNWAM.,
Of Ihe Must   Celebrated Brands of
TOBACCO   &   SEGARS
EVER IMPORTED
Samples can bi  had  at  the »JMELPH',"
corner Yates and Government stieeis.
Arrival of a few more Plants
by the " California."
BS* Office of C. F.   Green's  Victoria
und Esquimalt Express.
p. < uipinir,,
sc 2 ADRLPHI SUGAR STORE.
BRITISH    PERIODICALS.
The London Quarterly Rev.w (Conservative).
The Edinburgh Review (Whig)
The Westminster Review (Radical)
The North British Review (Free Church)
— AND—
Blackwood's Edinbureh Magazine (Tory)
Tin. loir ItorttWf re-in|l'liilie<l by M.'i.ri. FfloTT Si
Co., nre urnrral y 1*0 sld"nu im tiie (Irrut Itnvioivp,
ana Blsekwond fin. ircn .iiBily rlaoril In t lie lan
r ink. Wliiv ver lli,,i«'i e. ft'illir ndur |m -IIrhIIoiih of
tlii. cln.B, wh tcvrrnmi in; Iii. t-n-iral I i.filrlll itlnn,
w!ll roo i be alto/'.'tlii'r lielilnd the timo iu whieh lie
live*—ind in tliofp timi1! a pe..ori inn.v mio i get very
far belifn I. Th".v iniy ho ead and it'udleil with Mb
vnnta'e hy ihe people or till* co uitry, oi' every creed
and party.
kir BUOKWOOD Ii unuiimllr attractive It Ull'
time tn Aini'ih ATi<.,.niit only fir it. aeri I arti'lei by
illstlDfuiihld wrlli'ti nf ilrll n, but for iba nrcunt of
'he lit- civil w r now being wil'lei ly u I. Von
Borll... i\i;,.-minol!1crr, clib'f. f.stalt io Gen. J. E. It.
-Hiiart, of the Confi'ilerate nrmy.
TERMS   FOR   1886.
Fnr anyone of tin lievleiva tt per annum
Por »ut two of ih   BiTlew  7 "
r'oi  any lhr-e of the    evlewi 10 "
Poi ill four of the HevleHH 12 "
Fih Blackwo d'l Manilla*  * "
F--r IJInckwood and  • ne Revl w  7 "
^'or  bin kwood and any hvo of the  Re.
vl-wi 10 "
Kor ' UofcVO 'd anil three of the Review*..13 M
For Bl.cl.wood aud ihe four l.cviewi IS "
CLUBS.
A (H-H'mmt if twenty percent, will he t'loweil to clulis
of fntir nr more |<en>on». Tiius, four c pien of
Rlarkweod. or ')fon« ■ evlew will he «ent to one. ad*
arm or*l2 80. Pooroopletol the four lie views and
U.nckwood, fnr $48, and hood.
POSTAGE.
When tent hy mail, the Postagk  to *riy part ef the
Unitid   t tot will be ' ut tVHDti'ibur Rent* a   year for
"   i .irn'.v^iin," and lint  i-iglit cents a  year  for ench of
the lit view*.
Re'ucod Prices for previous years.
Ribwrlhcrs may obtain 'he Kcpiints immediately
prceedlng *8t'S, as foil' wi, viz.:
Dtncktvood from R■■pt«m1-»T, 18^4. to December, 1865
inciiiiive, al thr rate of $2 50 a year.
Thc North ItrHish fmm Jimiary. 1803, to Perembor
1^65, inclusive: the Etlinburnh 'n«l the tVesttixinster iri-m
P il. 18fi4, f> UecPtni«', I8«V Inela.lvu, mid Uie
leondnn Quarterly lur theyenr 18 5, at the rate of $1 50
a yttt lor each or any   eviw.
stiST A few copies yet. rem i in of all the four Review
for i8C3 ii H K««i|Or|l £0 for any one.
LEONARD   SCOTT   &   CO.,
Publishers^ 38  Walker Street. K.  Y.
L. & & Co., alio publish the
2PA2XHJL PE'S C3-XJI1DB
3y Hr.ysy 9ttrite*, of Edinburgh, nnd the la.e J. P.
Noitiiv, oj Y.le „||P^, 2 ,„|,. Uoyti Octavo, 1600
pa«ea, und uuiueron, Eu'gravingl'
Mee »7 for  the two vo'jmer-bj Mail, polt paid,
tr oa ,u 53
Miscellaneonc.
A. & W. WILSON,
Houie and Ship Plumbers
CASFITTERS,
BSLLH4NGEE3 & TINSMITHS
FORT   STRKET.
All in <i< is promptly attended to
'Tlie Blood.
These fiiroons pills lire so composed thn
they opernte wholesomely on the slomnch, Iher
liver, the boivi la, nml other organs; hy correcl*
inff nny ileiHiifreiiiepli in their functions
whereby n sternly Itipplj of pure innlrriiil.i lor
the renewal of tlie lllood is Furnished, nnd a
eonstni.t nlislruciioii of elTcle products is effected. This perfect circulation IhiiB become!
the very fountain of health and life, and overcomes ull form ol disease wherever ils situation.
ticncral Digordem of the Liver
and  MimiiK li.
All who ever indulge a* '.able, either in enN
'n? or drinking, slioiild take about ten of t!:*is-
fiiiniius pills at bed time, from which * ill res
sub u clear head and gnnil stomach the fill w-
iiil' morninff. Thousands of Ladies nre always complaining of sick headaches, want o
appelite, wnnt of ener^, and want of strength,
to cotrect all these evils, three or fcur ol these
I'ills should be taken twice a week, when Ihey
w ml'l give the Invalid .he htalth anil nppetii*
of a ploughman.
Females of all Aire* and t flatten
Obstructions of any kind, either in young
or those between forty nnd (il'Iy--ih.- most critical pciiod of life—may te rndicoil., ivmtt.*.
hy using these Pills according to the printed
directions which accompany ench box. Young
persons wilh sickly and snllow complexions
mny have Ihe bloom of henlili restored by thir
corrective, wl ich purities the blnoil nnd expels nil Rioss nml impure humors from ihe system. Ucwnre then of tbe critical age Iron
forty to fitly, as it sends mnny thousands to
premature grave,—these Pills should be tnkei
it that period of lile two or three tin.es »
leek
»Vant   or Strength and  Energy.
Persons of sedentary bnbiis, or Ihoso troubled in mind, working in factories or Coal
['its, who cannot obtain thnt nmount of frfst
air and exercise which nnlure requires, suffer
from weakness and delilily, lowness of spiriU
and want of appetite. All such should 'like i
• lose or two of theso Pills every Ihree or foul
jfciys, as they act gently and elfeclually on th*
system and impart vigor nnd energy to iho
body, which is alwnys followed by a good
appetite, sound and refreshing sleep, and a
high How qf spirits.
For the <ure of Dropsy.
The efficcy of Holloway's Pills in Dropsy
is extraordinary. Thty net wilh such n peculiar effect upon tho system, that the fluid*
causing this direful ctimplnint, are peie.eptibl
:arried off and prevented from nny furthei
accumulation. The sufferer rvgaius a buoyancy of spirits nnd rejoices in a completely
renovated constitution. It is indispensably
necossitry thnt the Ointment should he most
effectually rubbed into the complaining pnt'ji
during the wholocourse of treatment.
Children and their Allmrntc.
In no country in tbe world are more children
curried to nn early grave than in Great Erilain.
Ooughs, Measles, Scarlatina, Fevers, and other
diseases attack the little sufferers, at"! death,
but too often, follows nt a rapid puce ; yet if
nt the first stage ot these complaints, pArents
were to hnve recourse to Holloway's Pills, all
danger would bc atoided, for the stomach
nnd bowels would :ie gently but efectually
clennsert by this milil aperient; the drprured
ouniors correctea ana tue secretions ijuiy regulated. A perfect cure would '.oon be effected, and the I*ttle patient restored te ■oun>>
health.
Holloway' Fi. r ve the best known remedy in tk
world fl* the following diseases:
Fold it the FsUhllslimeiit of Proreaaor Holloway, Jit
.<Urand, (near Temple Bar,) I. nr!on ; ale- by all reipect
aide DriigiriK'iand Dealcra in Mo icineathroughout the
civilized world,at the following piicm— 1b. 1%., 5. Da.,
is. 6d., III., 22a., ond 33h. each box.
Aene
Aatlima
Billioua Complaint,
Rlotelici   Ob   the
hkin
Bowel oomplalotB
Colic"
Consti pation of the
Bow«1h
OoiiBumi Hon
Debility
Dropay
Dyicnlry
Erysipelas
Female Irrcgular-Fcrnfu'aorKiOf ■
iile< Evil
Fever of all kind. -*<>re Throats
Fits Stone nnd Grave
n'out Secondary Sylnp*
Head Ache tomi
Indigestfov ric-Dolorcux
Indanimailon Tumors
Jaundice Ulcers
Liver Complatota Venereal      aflefl.
Lumbago linn..
i'llei Worms   of a
Rhenmatlflm kinda
Ito.enlion ef Urine Weakness     from
whatever cauaa
*** Thero is a eonaiderabte nviug by taking the
irgtrraizet.
Direction* for tlie guidince of patleutl la every d:.ior
der nro edited lo each box.
Phintso and Published by McCtusi k Co. at
the office, Langley Strsst.

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