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VOL. I.
THE
'EVENING TELEGRAPH,"
PL'ni.WMEIl
pverv   Eveniug at  4   O'CIock,
(Saturday aod Sunday evenings excepted.)
also iviar
SUNDAY    MORNING !
VICTORIA,   VANCOUVER  ISLAND,   WEDNESDAY  EVENING,   OCTOBER
17.   1866.
TF.H.MS OF   M lis, HII' 1 111% ,
ir Annum, In iitvinee, by mill, 110 tlO
>r "Ik monthi,     Q (HI
r W-ek, payable to Carrier,       211
uglto tuple*,        jo
or term* of Advertisement apply at the
Offlce. Lan?ley Street
New  Advertisements.
REMOVAL.
If.  HEATH0EN
iBEOS   LEAVE
\   friends and the
removed his
Tl)   INFORM   HIS
public  that  he  has
Boot and Shoe Store
0 Oovibsmbnt btiieit, two doors from the
1 Colouist and Chronicle" Office, where he
'ill coutinue his Hoot Making business.
I00TS AND SHOES MADE TO ORDER
Of tho best materials and workmanship.
N.ii.—Repairiug done at shortest notice.
Mil
NEW    WESTMINSTER
1AME   DEPOT,
TATES   ST.,
v'cxt door to the corner of Government,
opposite Zeluer's Drug Store.
rHE SUBSCRIBER HAVING MADE AR-
rangementa to receive from diffcront
arties the prodii.-e of the Island and country
vill be prepared to lurnish
Game,
Fish,
Fruits,
Poultry,
Eggs    and    Vegetables,
Each and all in  their season, at the lowest
prices.
JAMES   ALLE1.
ocl lm
XJJSII VEPtSITY
WASHINGTON TERRITORY
AM1IS INSTITUTION WILL RE0PBN ON
the 17th inst. Pupils of both sexes re-
reived, who will be expected to lurnish their
iwn rooms, which are provided iu separate
mildings, free of charge.
The   Expense   ot   Hoarding   and Tuition,
.vitliintl, incidentals, will  not exceed $50 per
juarter of 11 weeks, payable in advance.
For further information address
RKV. GEO. F.  WHITWORTH,
President.
Seattle, W. T., Sept. 1st, 18G8. sell
HAVMACIGARS.
UEWIN &  ANTHONY,
TOBACCONISTS,
47 Tates St., Briok Store
Next to Corner of Government St.,
TJEG TO INFORM THEIR FRIENDS AND
I) tne pnblic in general that they will constantly receive  by every  steamer a good  as-
eortmentot Genuine Havana Cigars
and the Best Brands of Tobacco,
imported direct for this market, so that they
are able) to compete with any lir.uso on this
Island, either Wholesale or Retail.
N. B-—Special   attention will be paid  to
Country orders.
HEIMAN LBWIN.     |    LOUIS ANTHONY.
oc 1
LIST OF ARRIVALS
At the Monnt Ararat Hotel during the months
of June, July, aud August, I860.
June—nis Excellency Governor Kennedy, Mr
William A G Young, Mr. Benj W
Pearse.
Jaly—Messrs Jas Wilcox, F Dupray, Jas Reed
Macadam, John Dand, Louis Philpot,
F W Alwood, J R Ford, E S Hatch, Sir
Jas Douglas, D Fraser, E S Whilting-
hara.
Augnst—H E Seelye, W E Stronach, J
Robertson Stewart, Thos Lett Stal-
schmidt, Robt Burnaby ; John Nicholson, M M Titus, F W Green, Benj W
Pearse, Acting Surveyor General, R
Homfray, H 0 Tiedemann ; James Mc-
Cntchan; Wm Denny, Wm Wilson,
Joseph Hilton, R D and J; Kenneth Mc-
Kenxie, Jr, Wm B McKeniie, David B
Blair, Chas Redfern, Chit Kent.
It 4-lm
m. 92.
     New Advertisement!.
LINCOLN   HOUSE!
Cor Washington and Front sts,
PORTLAND, OREGON.
nr. c. MAi'TiiiEssE.Y,
Of  the  St.   Nicholas   Hotel,  Victoria,
HAVING TAKEN THE ABOVE HOUSE,
wishes to announce to the public linn he
is now prepared lo accomodate guests in a
satisfactory manner. Nuihing will be left undone, which is in the power of th» proprietor
to do, to render guests comfortable.
Portland, August 24th, lHiili Be 14
NEW  BUTCHER   SHOP.
Wm. B. Townsend
BEGS TO   INFORM THE PUBLIC THAT
on
SATURDAY   NEXT
Ho will re-open tbe
Eureka     Market,
GOVERNMENT   STREET,
Adjoining  die  Masonic   Builuiso,
Where he hopes,   by  keeping  a good article
and   by strict atteotiou   to business, to
merit a share of the public patronage,
se hi;-i in
IHE OKKAT   UEMEDY  OF  THE
AGE.
HOLLOWAY'S OINTMENT.
The   effect   of (he   Ointment   on    tbe
Sytteini
To the very cO'e and centre of all .lin. n if
which affect the human body, this remarkable
preparation penetrates. It disappears under
the friction ot tbe hands, us salt disappears
when rubbed ution meat. The unguent performs its healing errand rapidly, safely, aad
without pair.. Simple eruptions, open sores,
hard tumors, scrotuious developments of all
kinds, abceBses, cancers, old wounes. and, in
tact, every species of inflammation and suppuration, whether in tbe skin, the 11.■ ab, the
glands, or among the muscles, can be arresteb
in its destructive course, and permanently
enrod without danger by rubbing in this inestimable Ointment.
Bad    Lugs,
Bail   JlrenHls,;
l '...».
Sores,   and
In many Hospitals in Europe this celebrated
remedy is now used for the cure of old wounds,
sores, and ulcers ; in Spain and Portugal, and
in many parts of Italy, the first Physicians re-
regttlarly prescribe its use. It is a sovereign
remedy for bud breasts and bad legs; and like,
wise for all skin diseases. It is to be found in
the chest of nearly every sailor, soldier, ane
emigrant.
liuprutteneies   of   Youth ;—Sores   and
Maori.
The above class of complaints is surely relieved by nightly fomenting the parts witl
»»rm water, and then by most effectually rub
oing in this Ointment. Personssuffeiing Iron
these direful complaints should lose nol a mo
ment in arresting their progress. It should bt
understood that It is not sufficient merely to
smear the Ointment on the affected parts, bul
it must be well rubbed in for some considerable
time two or three times a day, tbat it mny be
taken into the system, whence it will remov.
only hidden soreorwoujd as effectually a.
though it were palpable to the eye. Bread and
water poultices, after the rubbing in ol tl:
Ointment, will do great service. This is thj
only proper treatment for females in cases cf
cancer in the stomach, or for those who aufltf
from a general bearing down.
Piles, Fistulas, Strictures.
Blotches, asalso swellings, can with certainty
be radically cured if the Ointment be used
freely, and the Pills be taken night and morn,
ing as recommended in theprintedinstructiions
When treated in any other way these complaint,
inily dry up in one place to break out in an-
>ther; whereas this Ointment will remove thr
humor from the system, and leave the patiea
i vigorous and healthy being. It will requir,
.itue, aided by the use of the Pills, to ensure
asting cure.
Dlptherla,   Bronchitis,   Sole   Throats,
Any of the above class of diseases may be
•ured by well rubbing tbe Ointment three
.imes a day upon the skin covering the throat,
cheBt, and neck ol the patient. The unguent
will soon penetrate tbe pores and give immediate relief. To allay the lever and lessen tba
inflamiition, eight or ten Pills should be taken
uight and morning. The Ointment will p;o.
duce perspiration, which is so essential for
remo-ing fevers, sore throats, and those oppressions of the chest which arise from
Asthma, Bronchitis, nnd other causes.
Both the  Ointment and  Pills   should
is, used  In tho  following Cases t
Bad tags
Corn* (Corns)
Rheumatism
Bail iti .m;|i
Cancers
Estldtf
Burns
C'atracted      and
Sore N'lpplei
Bunions
Still Joints
Stiro Throat
Bite ot Moichetoes
KfephnntUtlS
Skin dixcai*'
and Sand-Fltet
[''Istnlai
Scurvy
oco-bay
Ch lego-foot
(font
Sore heads
irlandular    Swell-
I\i morn
hag'
Ulcers
;Iiiimimi,<
'"'mingo.
Wounds
Chapped  Hands
files
Yaw*
8otd at Vie Establishment ot ProFMOR H0M.OW4
244, .strand, (near Tcmpb* Bai), Loudon ; alio by a
respectable Druggists cud Dealers In Medicines through
out the civilized world, at the following prices Is. 1VJ
2. Hd, in fid.. Hi., '2*1, and 33s., each Tot.
*«,* There s a considerable saving by taking the larftti
txes.
ran
Nl
-Direetinus for the guidsnee of patfenti in  «vei
disorder are affixed to each Tot.
EVENING TELEGRAPH
GENERAL
Job   Printing
ESTABLISHMENT
Langley Street, Victoria,
Miscellaneous.
Miscellaneous.
An Appeal   to  the Citizens ofj
Victoria, V I-
'I'HE   COJOBBOATIOK   EMANT-EL   OF I
1   Victoria, V. I., in meeting assembled, this |
dar, Saturday. Sept. 22d, 18mj,
Resolved, That the aid of our Fellow Citizens of nil Denomination! he solicited through
the following authorized and duly appointed
f'ominiiiee. And that such Committee endeavor, by every means in their power, to
raise funds whereby part of the debt or mortgage on the Isri.elitish Synagogue may be
cancelled. Knowing the liberal views and
generosity ofthe citizens of Victoria, the con-
{ gregation has not the slightest doubt (making
due allowance for the dullness uf thc season)
that their appeal will meet with that response
which the exigency ofthe case requires.
A. JACOBS, President.
L. ANTHONY, Secretary.
H. If. COHEN,
LEWIS LEWIS,
I). SIIIItl'SKIl,
J. W. KBY8EE,
se24 Committee ou Subscription.
Dissolution   of Partnership.
NOTICE.
The  Printing    Office
OF  THK
EVENING
TELEGRAPH
Office is replete with every appliance
and variety of Material for tbe
Execution of
LETTER PRESS   PRINTiflli!
In all iU brunches, whether
Plain or Ornamental
'PHE OFFICE AIMS at securing
X suet speedy Execution of orders as is
consistent with correct and elegant Workmanship. .
Orders received for Printing
Books,
Pamphlets
Catalogues
Sermons,
Reports
Rentals,
Leases,
Law Forms of erery
description,
Business Cards,
Invoices,]
Bill Heads,
Trade Forms,
Circulars, (Plain
Coloured,)
Hand   Bills. (Plain or
Coloured,}
For Prices,   apply   at the
Langley ttreet,
Office
General News Agent
J. Stratman.
EMPIRE NEWS DEPOT
Cor. Washington & Sansome sip.
Han Francisco.
THE ADVERTISER is prepared to supply
with punctuality and celerity the annexed
newspapers and periodicals upon the following
terms All orders, to receive immediate attention, must be accompanied by cash remittance,
and handed in previous to the 4th, 14th, and
24th ot each month.
London Dally Timed 914 00
"      The Field _...„  14 00
"       Illustrated Timed „  7 00
11      WeeklyTiine*       7 00
u       Bell's Life in London 14 00
'      Weeklv Pl»p»tck 14 00
"       III. Newdoflhe World  1400
"      Public Opinion  7 60
1      Index (Freelmde) 14 00
"      111.  Sporting New  8 00
"      Bpeoutor 14 00
"      Re.iew  I40O
'*       Saturday RevliW 14 OO
nubll- Nation 1200
Londe.l IllUBtraled News 14 00
Atlrul'o Monthi,- 3 On
Blackwood's Magazine , 9 00
H>arp"r*R Magazine ... 3 00
Sixpenny Magazine •» .........1 nil
Knickerbocker - Sis'
PaciBo M ratMy   .."••...,  3 Oo
Co.Icv'h\.„hes Book 3 00
Muii'cal Hoat  3 00
Continental Magasine „ 3 00
Madam Pamorest'a vionthly n 00
F. Loalie'a new Family Magazine .3 00
Ctiambera' Edinburgh  ournal 4 00
Monthly   papert, Once a   Week 6 00
.» "       All tha Tear Round 5 00
Thackeray's Comtiil! Magazine 6 0C
London Lancet fi 00
S. A. Sala'aTemple Bar SOO
London Society Magazino 6 ou
St. James Magazine 0 00
Edinburgh Review 10 00
1.1,11.1..u   Keview 10 00
No-tli BrlllahKeview 10 00
.Toatuiin.ter Re, iew 10 00
l*n,lnu Art Journal lion
Miniuj*  Snuffing Mag 10 00
'I'HE PARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE EX-
I isting between Thomas Napier Hibber.
and James Carswell, under the name or firm
of Hililicii k Carswell, has been this day dissolved by mutual consent.
The cosiness will in future be  carried   on
hy Mr. T. N   Hibben, who will  pay   and   receive all money due to or owing by the late
firm
Dated this 13th day of September 1660.
THOMAS NAPIER HIBBEN,
JAMES  CARSWELL.
Witness to the signature of Thomas Napier
Hibben,
tikOKUI  Piarkss,
Solicitor, Victoria, V. I.
Witness to the Signature of James Carswell,
Robsbt Bishop,
Solicitor, Victoria, V. I.
se 13-lm
AYER'S
CHERRY
PECTORAL,
FOR THK H.Win ci hk OP
Colds, roughs  and
filo:irscii«'ss.
HniMHM.ii, Maim., 20th Dec., ]K66.
Dr. J. C. Atkr : 1 il» not \i- -n n r •■ to my
tbo \tent noudy I ImvH ever fimiid for
Cough*. H'i;tiK.-ii".-, I uilii' nzii, ami tlio
conrmnitant fl,vni|itoTn<i of it Cold, is yonr
Ciikuhy Pwfotik   [ti mutant uro in
iuy prarrffB ami my fiunily for tlio limt
ten yuan) htw xhnwu It lo ;hmmim kii|.h-
rior vii lini for Uio tn-utmt-nt of tilt-no
cumpliilutfl.     KIIKN KNIGHT, M.D.
A. 11. MOltTLEY, Esq., <»f Utica, N. Y„ writ*
um<1 your I'H'-ii.u.u. inv- H ami lu my family ot*
you Invented it, and bulfovo it tlm bent medicine fur Ita
purpoM evor put out. Witb a bad cold I should loouet
pay twnnty-flve dollarn for a bottlo tbau do without it, ot
tak<> any other romody."
Croup, Whooping Cough, Influenza.
Sprisofield, Miss., Fob. 7,1866.
Brother Ater: I will cheerfully certify your Pectorai
Is the \tnnt remetly wo poAMtts ft>r the cure of Wltotrpinq
Cough, Croup, aud the cheat dlaeaaes of children, w* ol
your fratomity in the South appreciate your skill, and
commend your medicine to our people.
HIRAM CONKMN, M.D.
AMOS LEE, K8Q.,MoirriEKT, Ia., writes, 3d Jan., 1858:
"I hod a tedious ) ml .-..■. which couAnod me In door*
six weeka; took many medicines wltbont relief; finally
tried your Pectoral by the advice of our clergyman
The first dose relieved tbo soreness In my throat and
lungs; less than ono half the bottle intwh> tiie completely
well. Your medicines are the cheai>est as well as the beat
we can buy, and we esteem you, Doctor, and your remedlea, as the poor man's friend.M
Asthma or Phthisic, and Bronchitis.
Wkbt Manchkhter, Pa., Feb. 4,185U.
Sir: Your Cherrt Pectoral is perform!i>k marvellous
cures In this section. It has relieved several from alarm-
int' symptoms ot consumption, and is now curing a man
who hnfi ltibtired under an ■motion of the lungs for the
lost forty years. HENRY L. PARKS, Merchant.
A. A. RAMSEY, M.D., Alrios, BIosroe Co., Iowa,
writes, Sept. 6,1865: "PurinR my practice of many years
I have found nothing eipinl t'i your Cherrt Pectoral for
giving ease and relief to consumptive patients, or curing
aueh as aro curable"
We might odd volumes of evidence, but the most convincing proof of the virtues of this remedy Is fouud la Iti
effects upoa trial.
Consumption.
Protwbly no one remedy has ever been known which
enred so many and such dnngerous cases as this. Some
no human aid can reach; but even to those tho CllKRRT
Pectoral affords relief and comfort.
Ahtor BOOH, New York Citt, March 6,1*68
Doctor Aykr, IjOWei.l: IfW It a duty and a pleinm
to inform yon what yonr Cjikrrt Pectoral has done for
my wife. She had been five months laboring under the
dangerous symptoms of Consumption, from which no aid
we could procure gave her much relief. She was steadily
falling, until Dr. Strong, of this city, where we have come
for advice, recommended a trial of yonr medicine. We
bloss bis kindness, as we do your skill, for *he has recovered from that day. She is not yet as strong as she used
to be, but Is free from her cough, and calls herself well.
Vouro with gratitude and regard,
ORLANDO SIIKLHY, of Shelbtvilli.
GmsumpHres, do not despair till yon hnve tried Ater'i
('iiiiii.Ii Pectoiial. It Is mode by oueof the best medical
chomists ln the world, and Its cures all nroiind us lirspeak
tlie high merit* of its virtues.— Philadelphia Ledger.
Ayer's Cathartic Pills.
THE sciences of Chemistry and Medicine have Iwen
taxed their utmost to produce this best, most perfect
purgative which Is known to man. Innumerable prnofh
tare, shown that these Pillr have virtues which surpass in
excellence the ordinary medicines, and that they win mi
preccdentedly upon tlio esteem of all men. Tbey are nafo
and pleasant to take, but iwwcrful to cure. Their penetrating properties ntlniulate the vital activities of the l*ody,
remove the obstructions of its organs, purify the I !ood.
and expel disease. Tliey purgr out the foul humors which
breed am! grow dlstemjter, stimulate sluggish or disordered organs into thoir natural action, and imptirl healthy
tone with strength to tho whole system. Not only do
they euro tho every-day complalnta of eviry bodj, but
also formidable and dangerous diseases that have i-nflletl
tlie best of human skill. While they product powerful
effects, they are at the same time, in il imi limbed doses, the
8afcst and best physic that cau bo employed for children.
Being sngar-coated, they are pleasant to take; and Wing
purely vegetable, are free from any risk of harm. Cures
have been made which surpass belief were they not substantiated by men of such exalted petition md character
aa to forbid the suspicion of untruth. Many eminent
clergymen and physicians have lent their namea to certify to the public the reliability of my remedies, while others have sent me the assurance of tbeir conviction that
my Preparations contribute immensely to the relief of mj
afflicted, suffering fellow-men.
The Agent below named Is pleased to furnish gratis my
American Almanac, containing directions for their use and
certificates of their cures, of the following complaints: —
Costiveness. Bilious Complaints, Ulieunmti«m. Dropsy,
Heartburn, Headache arising from a fonJ Stomach, Nausea, Indigestion, Morbid Inaction of the Bowels and Pain
arising therefrom, Flatulency, Loss of Appetite, all Ulcerous and Cutaneous Diseaces which require an evaciiant
Medicine, Scrofula or King's Evil. They olso, by purifying tbe hl»»od and stimulating tho srstAn. cure ninny
complaints which it wonld not be supposed they could
reach, such as Deafness, Partial Blindneys, Neuralgia and
Nervous Irritability. Derangements of the Liver and Kidneys, Gout, and other kindred complaints arising from a
low state ofthe body orobatrvotion of Ha fum-tione.
Do not be put off by unprincipled dealers with some ;
other pill they make more profit on. Ask for Atrr's
PllXB, and take nothing elce. No other they can give
you compares with this in its intrinsic value or curative
powers. The sick want the boat aid there la Ibr them,
and tliey should have it.
Prepared by Dr. J. «;. AVER,
rrtctical and Analytical Chnmist, Lowell, Man
Vwioi as Cts. per Box.   Fits Boxes tor $1.
ani.u HV
MOORE St, Co., Victoria,
AND ALL DRUGGISTS.
LTTIMIIBIEI*,
ALABQK   ASSORTMENT   OF   ROUGH
snd dresseil for sule cheap,
J. ROBKRTSO.V STEWART.
Victoria, V. 1., 20lh August, 180G. i, 22
Relief  for   the   Afflicted.
THE INTRODUCTION OF
Perry     Davii'
Vegetable Pain Killer
To thc Suffering Humanity of this Ag*
luis relieved more p*in, anil canned mort
real joy tbau any otber one thing that oan
be named.
Invaluable   Remedy.
Our first Physicians use il,  and  recommea
its  uie ;   the   Apothecary finds   it   first
among the medicines called lor, and
the wholesale Druggist considers
it  a  leading article  of his
trade.     All the dealers
in medicine speak
alike  in its favor; and its
reputation ns a m." -icine of great
merit nnd virluo is fully and permanently established, and it  is  tha graat
Family Medicine   of  the Age-
Erery Volunteer slicuiM Imvo a lmtlle, In tee*
of sudden attacks of Disease.
Taken Internally, cures
Sutlilen Colds, Coughs, &c,
Weak Stomnch,
General Debility,
Norsing Sore Month, Canktr,
Liver Complaint,
Dyspepsia or lndigeatioiv
Cramp and pain In the Stomach,
Bowel Complaint,
Painters' Colic,
Asiatic Cholera,
Diarhoca and Dysentery.
Taken externally cures
Felons, Boils, nnd Old Sores,
Severe Burnt and Scalds,
Cuts, Bruises aud Sprains,
Swelling of tho Joints,
Ringworm and Tetter,
Broken Breasts,
Frosted Feet and Chilblaitis,
Toothache,
I'ain in the Face,
Xeuralgia aud Rheumatism.
:p.A.:i:isr killer
Taken internally, should be sdcllcrated
witb milk or wafer, arid sweeteued with
sugar, if desired, or made into a syrup
with molasses. For a COUGH ond
Bronchitis, a few drops on Sugar, eaten,
i will be mote effective than anything el.«o.
I For SORE THROAT, gargle the throal
wilb a mixture of Puin Killer and water,
nnd the relief is immediato and cure positive.
t&* It should not be forgotten that
tho Pain Killer i» equally as uood to
take internally as to use externally.
Each bottle is wrapped wilh ull directions for its use.
ee-18
Price* 35 cent6, 50 cents & $1 per bottle. Winning   £*I*grap(j.
WEDNESDAY   EVENING.   OCT.    17,  1866.
\.4iio\ii. retRocucssiov
There arc periods in the history of gome
nations, when tbe wave of progress seeim.
by some unseen reactionary force tbro*n
back upon itself—wheu some latent power
nl ev.l or inpfnlillfni trUat, chicks the
en.. iinI  advaoce, and   forces  the nutiuii
back for a 'hnelnio tne diurnal clianni'l uf
<loulW'*nd despotism.   It would seem thai
England is undergoing tome such painful
reaction  at the present lime.    Its great
'faith in tbe elasticity of its free institutions, its great confidence  iu   the intelligence of ils people, its justice and liberality in colonial affairs, ure  all  shaken ;
mid instead of Ihe bold, unfaltering  front
it of wont | resented  iu the  vory van  of
progress, we see u shrinking from national
responsibilities, a stubborn  resistance  to
the  extension  of the  liberty of ils own
subjects, und nn   indifference to the welfare, if not indeed  an  inimical feeling to
tbe mm who are  endeavoring lo  extend
the patioiuil power throughout thu colo
niul empire.    It is not necessury to ullude
to tho change which   has  come over the
national policy of Great Britain, uor Ihe
recent Parliamentary  success in   ignoring
tho righlful claims of Ihe British  workman.    We will content ourselves wilh un
extract from an article on England's condition  in  the PAl Mull Gazelle, one  of
tlio best edited  of English journal!*, and
one of tho most  influential  political oi-
guiiji of tbe higher clussof.    What it says
therefore cannot bc put down as a pnjii-
dici against tho ruling powers.    On the
contrury ils policy is to keep the power of
the  governing clusses  iutact;   but  like
other enlightened journals of England It
sees breakers  ahead, and knows that the
only wny lo uvoid them is by pointing out
bow far the nation is getting out of its true
course, nnd  how it   is relapsing  into lbe
errors  of past   ages'   "All   the   great
European countries," it  suys, " ore  the
theses of changes  the general effect of
which must in course of time work powerfully iu  our own  country,  ond  greatly
change our institutions and tvnys, both of
life aud thought.    Events witli which wo
are  all familiar put  England, for  more
than two centuries, into a most peculiur
and   exceptional   position.    During   a 1
that time this wus the only great nation
in which the bulk of the people possessed
any considerable sharo of political power
This state of things has  been broken up
and is rapidly passing away.   In almost
every part ot Europe the organisation  of
society  is  far  more  popular  thun it is
amongst us, nnd their political institutions aro being quickly  adjusted lo their
soeiul   wants.   It appears by  no means
improbable that, unless very great changes nre made in   England,  and are made
soon, thero will be  iu the eourso  of half
a ceutory something of Iho sain) sort of
contrast between   England and   the rest
of Et rope as thero is at the present dny
between England and the United States.
This ii  almost the  only  country  in the
world vhich  is  distinctively  and especially '.lie  country of the  rich ; and we
ore utill very fur from having  discovered
all that is implied in those few words ,
and, iu particular, we are far as yet from
untlcrstilliiliiig how closely they nro connected with tho general feebleness of our
administration,  and with  thut  excessive
intricacy in our institutions and general
want of tone in the management of many
of our public affairs, whieh are what peo„
pie really mean or ought to moan when
they  speak  of  English   want  of   logic,
want  of  ' gcist,'  or  want of whatever
else it may suit imlividunl fancy, to call
it."    Here is on acknowledgement from
high and unprejudiced uuthorily that "in
almost every part of Europe the organisation of society is far moro popular than
it  is   io   England,   and   tbeir   political
institutions are  being quickly   adjusted
to their social wants *|   nnd here is the
confession, thai "unless very great changes
are made in England, and are made soon,
there will be iu  tho course of half a century something of the same sort of contrast between  England  and  the  rest ol
Europe as thero is nt the present day between England and the   United States.'.
There is much significance in thesa words,
ond recent events would appear to justify
them.    We see even in a matter of form
in   the    presentation   of   grievances   to
the Throne, a  determination ou the part
of the Government to ignore  a  popular
privrfej,e which wns granted by statute in
the reign ot Charles it., ond which gave
to a
persons tbe right to wait upon Her
Mnjefty at any time with a petition for
Ihe dismissal of the Government. The
applicants for admission to Her Majesty
recently were members of tbe Reform
League, who were referred to the Home
Secretary. Tbe members refused to have
any dealings with the Home Secretary,
aud maintained ilieir right to the position
assnmtd by sinlule. And the government, unable to oppose them in a legal
manner, drops tbe correspondence
and maintains u sullen defiance.
Again iu the recent iiu'riietiotts iriven
by Mr. Cardwell to the (iovernor of the
Anstialian colony of Victoria, tbe rights
which the people acquired by responsible
government are, according to two of tbe
principal papers in Loudon, the Daily
Telegraph and lbe Unilij AVim, completely ignored, and serious difficulties between the Australians uud the Government ure predicted. According to these
iuslrtictiotis the whole system of responsible government is reversed, nnd instead
of the Governor, like the Queen, being
guided by his constitutional udvisers, the
Ministry are to be .guided by the Governor. Of course, there cm be nothing
but n collision between tho colony and
the mother country ; for tho Australians
have proved themselves ou every occasion
exceedingly eendtivo on attempted
encroachments on tlieir privileges and interests We huve only to mention onr
own colony'e fate to complete tho list of
despotic relapses into wbich tho (lovern-
ment of Great Brilnin hus fallen, ll
mny mako small matter to England
whether we nre blotted outornot; but it is
a serious thing now a days for a nation
that has been one of tbo foremost iu
promulgating und practicing the docilities of self-government to full buck on
the dregs of feudalism.
New AilvertisumtJiita.
The detail Liquor Dealers
Of Victoria are requested to ireet at
1he BEE-HIVE HOTEL on FRIDAY next
a,t8p.m., when busints? of vita! importance to all interested i.n the trad* will be
brought before them-
oc!7
w
ISrOTICB.
In tlw- Supreme Court of Civil Justice
Vancouver Island.
In  Bankruptcy.
,'HEUEAS A PETITION FOR AD.1IJDI-
cation o£*Bankruptoy, bearing date the
17tU day of October instant, has been du y
liled by William Henry lluskinson, of thn
Citv pf Victoria, Merchant, Miner anil Trailer,
j and he having been declared a bankrupt, is
hereby required to surrender himself lo His
Honor Joseph Neeham, Chief Justice of tho
Supreme Court of Civil Justice of Vancouver
Island, aforesaid, on Weiltn sdiiy, tho 3let day
of October next, at 11 o'clock in the forenoon,
precisely, at the Court.House, James Bay,
Victoria, and make a full discovery and disclosure of his estate nnd clients, when ond
whero tho creditors are to come prepnrcd to
prove their debts and nt the lirst sitting to
chno80 Assignees and commence the examination ofthe Bankrupt, and.at the last sitting
the Bankrupt is to finish his last examination,
All persons indebted to the said Bankrupt,
or who have any of his effects, are not to pay
or deliver the same but to David Lindsay, of
Government street, Hie t ilii-iitt Assignee appointed, and give notice to
ROBERT BISHOP,  Solicitor,
oc 17-td Bastion street, Victoria.
NOTICE.
■Sheriff's Office, 1
Victoria, V. I., October 17th, 1RCG. )
rpHI'l LISTS Of ARKKAIIS OP IlLAL
1 Estate Tax, fir the year ending June 30,
1805, have been place 1 iu tlie Sheriff! han'ls,
with instructions to levy the same according
to tlio provisions of the Ileal Estate Tax
Amendment Act, 18(12, all sui-h arrears which
shall not have been paid to tlic Sherrlf at bi-i
ollce, within live days from this date, will bo
levied accordingly.
W. R. II. ADAMSON,
ocl 7 Sheriff.
FOOT  RACE.
AFOOT RACE WILL BE RON NEXT
Wednesday at 3 o'clock, p m., in tront
ol the Lion Brewery Tap, between A. QOIN-
CEV ami — WHITING. Distance 300 yards,
stakes $25 a side, to be put up at the 'lap on
or before 10 a. m. on Wednesday. If iho
stakes arc not posted nt tho time specified
they are to be forfeited. oc!5
New Advertisement!
In the Supreme Court "/' Civil Justice
Vaniouvt r Island.
XT*   BANKKUPTCZ-,
1 a ra Cliulel D   ;  ■■' '.. a Haukrupt.
NOTICE   IS   HEREBY   GIVKN THAT
application  li  I lead d t i ba mud.' al
i i im be ii"'. i'ii "a i\' daetdaj tbi   l*th
,l„v of <i ■•• bet I   11  o'clock in ike
, i,i in- '■'■ ■ "i  Um t'ii.'i 2„ tii■,
Joseph N'eedhi I  i .  to annul  tha  I: i l.-
ruptcy abjudicated . n iba bankrupt's |
ln'li la.
Dntrd this I'.'ili dm- nt  iber, 181
ROBERT  u.-snnr. Solicitor,
oc 1« iintioi Street, Vi        i
HERMAN   GHULTZ,
—AT—
His Well Known and Old Established
Stand
The Government st. Boot Store,
Has just received  per steamer
A   FIXE   ASSORTMENT   OF
Ladles' and   Children's   Ckoeo.
Which ba olfers at a very low price.
Itoceivcs by each steamer from  England and
.'•'aa   Francisco
BOOTS     Ss    SHOES
FINEST   AND  BEST QUALITY,
FRENCH   LEATHER,
— AND —
SHOE     FINDINGS,
At prices to cerresp'ond with tho times.
ne 12
ALICE   BROWN'S
FANCY   TWIST
SMOKING TOBACCO
JUST llKiJEIVEl) AT
A.   P.   I£EYSEI1.»S,
Together wiih some lino
HAVANA «:1GAIM DIRECT.
Also on hand
Wine Sip, Peach, Apricot, Mary's Own,
Light P'esetd, Namral Leaf, Buffalo
Tongue, and Atlantis Cable
Tob .ceo.
JU3T RECEIVED   PER   I1AKK  RIVAL
A Fine As3o tiuent of
Meerschaum   Pipes.
Call aud examine.
oc 5-1 tn
R
Mrs.   Kc in
EBPB   CON'STANTLV   ON   HAND   Till'
latest .'asliions in
IsA ILLINERY,
—AT—
Prices to  Suit the Times,
GOVERNMENT    STREET
l>etwcn Fort, and Broughton. oc 5
(si
11
To the Smoking Public!
i
HAVE   JUST   RE-OPENED   THE
Tobacco Store, Johnsou Street,
OLD
(Two DoorsAbove Waddington Alley,)
Recently occupied by Frank Campbell, where
I will keep
THE    BEST   BRANDS
CIGARS, TOBACCO, &c,
ALL
—ALSO—
KINDS OP
FRUIT
liy  old Friends and the  Public  generally
are tequ'sted to give me a call.
deputation  of not  inure  tbun ten|°oii " I'OUTUCWESE   JOE."
By Steamship Active
TOBACCO   St  SEGARS
F O 11   T II E   SI I L L I O X 1
P.   CAMPBELL,
Has received  the most celebrated VIRGINIA BRANDS L.y eXMjjen from
New York City,
Twists, Railroad,  May Flowers
AND THE
ADELPHI   GOLD   BAR,
-Manufactured expressly for bim,
ATLAMIG m PACIFIC CABLE TWIST
and other Tobaccos too numerous to
mention.
Meerschaum, B-iar Root.
—AND —
ALL KINDS  OF PIPES,
Playiug Cards, Mulches-.-all
varieties.
Havana   Cigars
By the Cargo »r Sample.
BS" Olliee of C. F.  Green's  Victoria
and Esquhnult Express.
V. CAMPBELL,
oc 4       ADELPHI SEGAU STORE.
New Advertisements.
REMOVAL.
01. BARNARD HAS BSUQTED
bis nilici- tu Doaglai Mn
hou i- nn tbe rij:lit lid*,   -nitl. of
l'ort street.     Ilr. II. i^   coin, r-.mt  irltfc   til
I 111-    IIIimIiI.I     lb'lll >1    i IH l-ri.\ '-III- ' !-.  HII 1     II.':
noni- I.ti' tin-  ln-.-t materials   in bll pr- :
Ti-i'Hi mounted on Qold  PUU srtbeVol-
ruiiili- llase ill   the   DM I t tad   BMt • ti.-'.i.
llliilimi.
Chloroform idmlniftcred  nml   T'-i-tb   extra n.. I m itb nul ii i iii      Advil i- reii'lii'-d ^riili:.
Oflice hoorl Iron :> n. n. tu .ri p. tu.
V i imi i, (it-tuber mil, i uc 8-lm
MARTIN    BIOS.,
iMi'iiin:-:::i 6t
Groceries anl i'rovls'ons,
FlKKIMIOOF  BUILDING,
LATELY oci.'l.Tll-ll) ItVI/IIOTKI.lKU&Co,
WHARF       STREET.
oc ll
Alhambra
BILLIARD SALOOn.
(01\.-ll GOmTBOT ATI) VITES Brs.
T73P-STAXRS.
Entrance on Yates Street.
oe .'l-lm
NOTICE.
ITlROM AND AFTER TUB UA7B I WILL
.   accept
Bank Bills for Eents
Or for uny other pnym-nts to bc mrtdo lo BU*.
ft.   *§.   fetiELYti.
Victoria, V.I., Oct. 8, 1866.     St    oe 3
BANK   OF   BPJTIEH   COLUMBIA.
I.iiviiiiN', 3d Auemst, 1RH".
FROM AND AFTER '-T,tii KKPTBMBKB.
1866, Mn. U.viii Maubmai.i. Lani: will
cease to be M 'linger of this Hank in these
('i)iuiiii-s, and M.j.. Wm. Cruris Waiio is
uiilhoi isi-d to |n'if-nn iho duties of l'riucipal
Ullicii- nl tlie Hunk in these Colonies, siguini;
all documents a- Ac ing .Manuger.
Hy order of thc Court of Dircc'ors,
JAM. ll. WALKER,
so 2(!-lui Inspector.
Jess s  Cowper,
Wholesale ami Retail Dealer in
&>!£
3 ".I
>
LEATHER,
[—AND—
shos   pir-JDiriros,
YATE3    STIIEET,
OPPOS1TI5 WBLL8, FARGO k C
At tlie old stand of Webstor it Co., il
prepared to supply tho wants of tlio
public in his line.
The Latest £tvles
T>i>ci'ivi'tl by cvtiry arrival from Englai ('
mill Snu  Francisco, oc '-i
CHAMPAGNE!
NAPOLEON'S CABINET
BOTJCHE.
W'E   HAVE   APPOINTED   MESH
GRKLLKY   k   FITKHRE, of Victc
SOLE    AGENTS
Vancouver   Island and   Iritish
Columbia-
Of our above-named WineS.
Bouche  fils & Co.,
at .Mat" uil-sur-Ay,
se 19 Champagne, France.
OLYMPIA  OYSTERS
IX  EVERY  STYLE  AT
A.   W.   PIPER'S,
AND  THE
Best Welsh Rarebits
ON    THE    ISLAND.
se 19
New Advertisements.
FASHION MUSIC HALL,
ADJOIN tC  UKLI.ft, KAROO k CO'S,
Yated    Street.
rwtlttt   PROPBIITOB   T\KE< CHEAT
I    |'l- ii:- in iii uuuounctiig the arrival of the
.   ted
PRIMA liONXA ,t PIAXISTE,
Madam Josephine Berndt,
Wl.'i -.ii:l i-vcrv evening entertain the Tiiitor*
witli s.li-1 linim froDi tlie most fuvonte
O I» E II A !S ,
Aod the most
POPULAR BALLADS,
In English,   French,   Italian, German,
Hungarian, Spani.h, tte., etc, etc-,
Being one of the wont accomplished
Linguists and Vocalists of the
In addition to tbo Utlofltod Vnilum Berndt
i!m- ion •<" I "i" ilie folluu log (tolftty of beimtjr
Iinvy Im-l-:i eoffftgod to Wilt iipuu cu3tomi*r»:
KISS   MILR0Y,       MISS   BWSET,
11      i;LVRIE3, "      WALSH,
^.'iDAM     EEK.tE
Open every evening at 8^ p.m.
iDivrissioJxr    frike.
C.     it BC O OK8,
oc 1 Proprietor.
Chronicle   copj
Ayer's Pills
Atk I'tiri-'iil-uly adapted to
(J -rnii^i-im-titnif the.diK't'KtiT*
;i|ij-K in.--, nnd <Iw'hm-n tutting from Impurity of Uio
HOOd A lar^o |i»rt nfall th*
complaints that afflict mao-
kind i n i -in ilr iu dim of the**,
nnd cunmauontty these Pills
om fiitind to cure-iaany farf*
tilh'ri of ditOltmO.
fiiihyiineil nre tlio Rtnti'ments from sumo eiutneutphjral-
ciaub, ui lln-ir tfltfift in tlieir pracllcu.
AB A FAMILY PHYfllC.
From Dr. K.  W. Carttrright, of AWw Orleans.
"YonrPltll aro tho prinre of pur«i'B.   Their excellent
qmiliti■•* tiirpnv.t nn.v rutatrtfo me pow"5S.   They nre mild,
but v'tj- cerwo uid •ffeotua) In thoir ution on the Iwwcls,
wWdi tD«k«i tliem iuvuluaUlo '■- iu in tbo daily treatuest
Of disease."
Von JAvstnci. and ai,l Livkii Complainti,
From Dr. Theodore /tell, of Vttt York Citi).
"Not ottiy nr<' your Pill-* aduiinMy ailoyt'-d tn their
purpun' jv (tn rtp'Tlont, hut I find thoir t.cnrf)rjnl effect*
npi ii tliu Liver very marlced inaned. They hnve In my
prtctln prbTed moro offictual Qn th* rur* of trilima castt-
j/laintt Hihii nny "n? nftiedy I hin ntottflttffi I sincerely
r"j.'ii e [lint wo bav« at length a noimtlre which i» wortbjr
tlie MiiDfidencf ol' the profodtion and tho pooplo."
DV.SPF.I'SIA — Inmorhtion.
From D>: iienni ,!, Kao.r, of .St. Louis.
"The Vi'..'.n ynu were kind tnuoigh fi wind me hare been
all iiwd iu i'iv practlWi and Imve unthliod me that thny ai*
truly «n fxtri idinary medlclbe. t'ti pfcnlhrly are they
ti;.-.;' I ' ►tttt WlMWM Of thb hnmmi uyntetn, tliat they team
t>> work UPOQ them alone. I Imve cm-oil aome caai« ut dyspepsia and tndUfftsUon wilh them, whlrh ha<l reiiatt-d th»
DU«T rcnnlics «r« cmiinoiily use. Itldotd I hare expert*
ui--h'.l!1; (bund them t» i't euttctuol in -■tlmi.it all tho cots**
pliiinti loi wliicli you recommend them."
DSriliN'TEUY — DlAHHIHICA — RELAX.
From Dr.,I. Q, Green, of Chicago.
MYmir Pn.i> havo bad a loos trUA In my prartle*. nod I
hull thorn In i kteeni lidnoM the be»t aperients I hare ever
fMiind. Thoir alMrathtaflfcltlipon tlio Ufer makes thoni
an -■xivli.-nt MnrtMy, vhu pttn In itnifrdoeeS, for Idtumt
dysentery utiii diiurffi . 'I'li-ir fignr cuatin^ malcea them
i-iv u-i'i'i'Ublu tnd convuuieut for thu mo uf woman and
fliiilrt'ii."
IN ) r.RNAI, OltSTUICTinN—WOJIMI—Sl'PPItEKMON.,
From Mr*. E. Stuart, who *.mett*e* at a Phftician and Midunft'
in Jit/iton.
" 1 find one or two large doaei of your I'ills, taken at thei
proper Llhw, a"re e io [lent prbmotlvel of the iintuml accro-
ii. ii whim wh'llvnr pririinlly mippniiwd, and nho vary «f-
ft-unnl tiM-li-iiitMj llitiStumai-h mid oxp-;l worms, Tliey nr*
■o mi 'li tli'- Iwit phyuic we havo that 1 rccommendnoother
to uy patlanta."
Constipation — Costiveness.
From Dr. J. P. fouihit, ihntrent, Canada.
"Tt-i iniiL-h cannot In-Paid of yniu' Pills fur tho core of
QQttti .. IfotHn of our IrniiTiiity have fouud them
M ■ i< ai [QUI a* 1 hnvn. thoy tdnnild join me In proclaiming
it foi tha ln'nifit of the multitudca who infTt-r from thai
complaint, whirh, althongll bad enough in ItRclf, Is the pn>-
genltor of oth-ra that hid morso. 1 bt'tieve cos/ireneij t«>
i,: Linn:.- in tlm liver, but your l'IM-9afloct Ihat organ and
i hi.' tht dUotuo.*1
Imim-iiiTiEs op tup Blood — ScitoPuz<A —Enr-
tjipKLAH'— Salt ILhepx — Tettuk — Tuuouo
— KlIELMATISM — OotT — NEUXU.IOU.
From Dr. Etekirl /lull, Philadelphia.
"Yon Wort nfcht,Doctor, In enyiiig thnt yonr Viitepwrify
the blood. Tliey do thnt. 1 hare ust-d Vb'-'Hi of late yeara Id
my pi.it'lH*.aiidin;rnii with jour atntement* of their efficacy,
fbey attuitiMtO (ha f'xrrctorie*. and carry off the lmpnritle*
Uiat etiictintn' In the Mood, eiiconderinjt dleeaae. They
aiiiuulaio ilif organi of digest ion, and infuse vitality aud
fijtor Into ih« ayiUm.
"Surh reniedii'p aa yon prepare are a national beneflt,and
you 'li-i-ivo jfreat crt.dlt for tbem."
r.m IIeapacuf. — Sick Headache—Fori,Stov
ACH —1'U.M—DliOl'SY^l'J.LTHOUAi-ltAUlAX'lJaW
— Pill — He.
From Dr. F.duard F,otid, Ttmltimore.
"Dun Ihi. Arm: I cannotanawaryou vital eemntalnti
I butt-rured wilh yoflr Vu.it bt-tlcr than t.)«ay all Ihat wa
rver Lent attth o pttr.tmiK m.i/itine. I pliifo pr»*at depend-
eOce on an ofWnUwl oiUiaitic in my daily mutest with dla-
eaae.aud beHtfrto^tf 1 do tlmt your Paw afford■ the beat
m llftMi « rfOOttlW v-ilue them liighly."
4i» Uoa| or tha Pilla in market contain Mercury, whlrb, (
although n v.'ilunlile remedy lu akllhil liamla, Is dnngerouii
In n publtQ pill, rutin  tho dreadful couaeiiucncea that trty
>iu"iitly fulltM lie inrmitioiM nau.   These oouUUn uo mercu-
ry or uiiuerul aubatauco whutever.
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
Dal limit bonii inBinifartnrpd by a practical chemist, and
eTery uinice uf it limli-r liw own eyv, witli invariable acc»-
racy anil care. It i- acaleil and i-nitt-rli-d by law from cimc-
terfelu, Bnd conafhincntly can be rolled on aa p*nulriis
willimit adiiltenilion. It auplillea tha surest remedy lh*
world baa ever known for tlio cure of alt pulmonary com.
pluilltS}   for  COUOnS,  C0U18,  II0ARSENEB9,  AtlTHMA,  CROOfk
WuoortNO Cooou, Ilroxcnirts, IsctrltsT CosstMrnoit, and
for tlio relief of cnnsumplive puticlits In advanced stage, of
Uie disease As time makes these facta wider and better
known, tills medicine baa gradually become tbe best reliance of tbe afflicted, from the log cabin of the American
peasant to Ilie palaces of European klnga. Throughout
this etitiro country, in erery state and city, and indeed al-
moat iv rv hamlet it contains, Ciitumr PactOBAL ii known
aa tlie best of all remedies for diseaeea of tho throat and
lungs. In many foreign countriea it ia extensively mod by
their mo.xt Intelligent physicians. If there Is any dependence on what men of every atatlon certify it haa dono for
thi-m; tf we can trust our own senses when we see the dangerous nITections of the lungs yield to It; If we can depend
on tlio MiBurauco of intelligent physicians, whoso bnsraesi
Is to know; in short, If thero Is any reliance upnn any
tiling, then ia it irrefutably proven that this medicine dota
c-ire Ihe class of diseases it is designed for, beyond any and
all otlier remedlea known to mankind. Nothing but its intrinsic virtues, and the unmistakable benefit conferred on
thousands of sufferers, conld originate aud maintain the
reputation it enjoya. While many inferior remedies havo
been thrust upon tho community, havo railed, and been
discarded, this haa gained (Mends by every trial, conferred
benefits on the afflcted they can never forget, and produce^
cures too numerous and remarkable to be forgotten.
Prepared toy Dr. J. C. AYEB,
PBACTICAL AND ANALYTICAL CHEMIST,
0       LOWELL,  MASS.
XM> SOLD BT
Moore   &   Co.,     Victoria
AND ALL DRUGGISTS. <£bcning   &ttc0rap|r.
WEDNESDAY  EVEXINU,  OCT.   II
COMMERCIAL
MIII'I'IM.   IMKhLllitMl,.,
PDKf DI VICTOItlA.  rAMOOUTn    I8LAVI)
Oct 17—Scb  J   K   Tburudyke,   Tbornton,
Sau Jui.ll
Oct 17—Str Ii Ander.ou, Eiuch, 1'urt Ange-
loi
Sell Tliorndylte, Th"rn'"u, Kan Juan
t-ch Discovery, lludiin, Iiu n.ii ul lulet
He* Mink, Ella,  lliinoliilu
Catholic OoolCIt t!< Ualtimuiie.—A recent
telegram slutc-i tbni it Catholic Planar} Council, called by 1'rpal permission by the Anh-
blshnp of llnltimore, who is Primate ol thc
Catholic Church iu tbe United States, met in
Baltimore on the 7th inst. There wire present, seven archbishops, thirty-eight bllbopi,
one hundred and tw. nty-two priMtl, bM
ordcru, and doctors of divinity, feveiiiy-lour
ecclesiastics, four monks and three abbots.
The procession was lortnulai the archbishop's
residence and moved around the square to the
Cathedral. Tliere wns an immen-c jrutlieiini;
in tbe streets, estimated at 40,000 people.
HiiiiKK is San FbiioUOO.—A rccen' dee-
patch says, the Journeymen plnstcrers uf S.in
Francisco are on n strike*, notuinnlly not for
higher wages, but for the adoption of tbe
eight hour system, to the number of lereral
hundred, all leld. Tl.t-y tniucheil round tbs
city, demanding of the foreman in ehili'gb bf
each liuililng in proc-ss of ere'-tiuii, mini-
pllnnce with tlieir demands. In some cases
the demand was promptly complied with ; in
others, comjiliaii' e waa accompanied witli a
protest; and the others, uo acceptance of the
terms was signified
Failure in San Francisco.—A telegram
dated San Fraucisco, Oct. tbb, states tlmt
Charles W. Brooks 4 Co.. a large (hipping
nnd commission firm, suspended to-day.
Cause heavy defalcation in creeu b'eksby
their late cHBhicr, with tlic fai ure of a promt-
nent operator-agninst whose roii.-i|_'iimeut tbc.v
accepted largely. They first ass gucil assets
sufficient to cover their guiieral buitord lin-
bilities, leaving operators' engagements ep.
plicablo to balance. 1 bey hope to effect arrangements and testimo bitsiness.
A Victorian in Poiitla-ii.—The Portlnnil
papers conUin « netice ofthe opening in that
oity ofthe new Oro Fino rvOiauTnni by Pierre
Mnnciot, recently o'the French Hotel, Victoria.
The room is eighty feet long by twenty-seven
wide, has fourieeR tnblis and four private
rooms—eleven off e tables leatlcg three each,
and three others toar persons, and the piivme
apartments will nccomiuodiite parties numbering twelve or fourteen. Tne papers give
Pierre a high character as a Chef de cuisine.
Heal Estate Tax—The Sheriff notifies all
persniH who nre in an ears fiir real estate
taxes for the year endieg June JO, 18(Si, thnt
they must pay up withiu five days from today, or he will proceed to levy according to
the stiilutc, which enucts Hint "ihe Slierilf
shall levy thc same by distress of the goods
and eh nti-ls of persons liable to pay tbe
same," or in default by the sale of nsufficient
portion of the real estate on which said arrears are due, to pay ihe tax.
San Francisco Kike Department.—A telegram of October7th states toot the Hoard of
Fire Commissioners of the paid lire d part-
ment, electid Frank E. lt. Whitney Ohlal
Engineer, Henry \V. Iturckea, fireman of
No. 3, First Assistant Engine-r, and Charles
H. Ackerson, Second Assistant. The Chief
and bis assistants became fire wardens under
the law and aro obliged to devote their wl ole
.time to thc business.
Theatre—Tbe amateur theatrical perlorm-
an:e last night in aid of ihe Mechanics Institute was a very successful uff.ur. The the Ure
vs* crowded both abort and below, aad tbe
pecuniary results must bai
■IT  and
the  lii-u-t,"  performed  bj   inrmb.rs  of tin-
Amateur Dramatic Association, w,.s   trail "-
nitliiiu_'h har.lly so well rendered «s
ou tin- l.i -t oceaaloa, iboirlag tbat eraa oar
amat-urg, whose fame it  in ull mouths, can-
rd to  do Wlthi ut  mure   frequent   n ■
'1 ba i-i ni i- .1   - baracun in   tbe
ll '., e   nl.d
I .iiain [wbo were both thoroughly no
fail i-i ih- ir parti ai Old Pump aad b
Quill), Mr. Buhl -ii». tba B»aat, Ui i
.iy—n purl in   whl
-. to net naturally to ba pari! i
Barnett and < 11 be two
enviois ilaten ; little Uiu Ca'l a McCann re-
presented tbe Queen of Ui Patriae with much
grace, and a
ami llilliliin-on, Ilie leltOMI form "I   the 1 it-
t- r us In- uofolded bll    Ix feet ol lm
the bosom of a iluiver causing much laughter,   tfoiqe good hit* were brought in about
' ■       ioi   Seymour  and  tba   Leviathan,  a
model of whieh craft wns represented    	
into the harbor, allboogh *' drawing more
than a foot of water," ni old Pomp gravely
obvarvad. Uaaiia. Stewart, Bolomon, Have-
lock ami Hedfern, ussist'd by Miss Jenny
Arnot and Mrs. ll. 0. iiartb
the performance with the lure*- of ■' Slaiber
and Craeher," verj w.ll given. vTemuat
not neglc-t to in ution .Mr. i all ngbam'l
comic idhg dnrtng tbe Interlude, " Pi or old
Hamett'a Tile" which waa given with mnch
humor, and heartily tneored. The audiedce
which conipris d His Excellency and family,
Irom the fleet, etc., broke up about
hull' past eleven, apparently touch pieaaed
with the evening's entertainment.
Jclia Diai Hayne hkth a Ditoboi — Tba
Salt Isalt' T'legreph ot September 13 iayl.1
Yesterday, iu the ense of Julia Dean 11 iyne
or Artliur P. llavne, iu divorce, a ilecrc-e araa
made dissolving t'm bonds of matrimony
liitheno existing between tbem, The ease
came on fur hearing during the lust June
term of the Qbdrt, uml wns held under ndvlei
ment until the present sittit.g. We nre no
lawyer, but the lunrrian-e with Mr. t ooper
some monthi ago mid the divorce now seem
to make rather a " mixed" case. No doubt
it is " all right."
A t'liinnninii wns murdered by Indlnnl at
Hchouic, W. 'I'., on Monday night. The murderers were arreBted.
The fire in the Rellinghatn Bay Coal mine
has been walled ill nnd ihe mnnngers ure con-
li-lent of effectunlly pulling it out.
on Saturday week when near King's Island experienced culm weather, at.J
daring lbe nlgbt, ia it dense fog, went
ai ion '-ti tlic rocki on the extreme rath
at tint islnnd ami Ijci'uiiii; u wreck.
In launching the bouts they were all
Hove, litiUull IibikIs lielun((iii({ to the ship
uml the pilMnnri ttttt lainleil s.ifriv.
Tin'  llni.il   in   Mtiitlaiid   in   ml.
'Pin- river has fallen  iii'iety-nix inches tins
mornlflf.
It i. reported tbal pelroleam bai bate
itrark ut k ile|itli of 60 faal ut Adelaide,
nml lli it tbt Oil rises lu ilu- surface uml
fl"ws friily, Imi tbe loculity lias not
lruu-|iired.
The Hank of Queensland (Depended
pajnrat .Inly 14ih. it is fipected to
tm ii-iii|nii:iiy. The Ibtbilitiek of the
bunk nn: JLI 28,200, und the assets ure
41381,90 I.
>l»i'«'i;i! Polices.
Mn. y.ixs begi in Mfiiiouiii e ly the inhabitants ot victoria that he ha- Ittiely reeeived a
large iiss-n-i.i ent ot Ctiildren'B Carriages and
Chairs, Fishing Baskets and Pishing Canei,
and a large quantity ol Market and '1 rave ling
llaikeUt China foeee, Fani - Ooodl and Toys,
nil i-i whieh iji.i" io he soli on or betore
February   next   ttt    cre.itly   reduced    pr |
Clouds soft ni uh-j r-.jil- (or eo-i |ifiees.     *
IUmovml.—Uesire. Bolomoo Br 11. have n -
moved to tha two- lory brick  building on
flovi '    trei t, oppodta the Bt. Nfebolai
Hotel. They have received, ax iblp Hohawk,
from London, a One aaaortment of men's
clothing and unilerelnlhiiig, which Ihey will
sell lower thau any bouse iu town. Give tbem
a call. *
Hirwooo'a I'oiii; Baoaaaa— Kmmii ot Lira
—Mr. Hey woo l baa commenced for the season
to iiuilie his oelebrated pork lanaage! minu-
factured froni the ver? best oi triand- ed p rk
Bverybody bnyi them becauia tbey are good
and ouly twewly-fiva orntl per pound. *
Ai.i.xamiue'.s Clove.---.Messrs. J. II. Turner
,t Cu., London Hun--, bave received to-day,
by I.mi" - from Paris, a fnll assortm
(lexiinili'e's liiiiious kill glove-, for which
tbey ara tke-aole agenti In Vancouver Island
and British Ci lumliia. *
Mn. Iijniiv I'ii.mkit roqueeti that orders for
teaching, playing and inning Pla iofortei,and
for Instruction In Slnglug, mny '"■ left wiih
Me -is. Hibben k Carawell, BtatlQnsri and
Booksel ers, (lovernmenl street, nr at hi.- n it-
deoce, near t) p of Fori street. *
I'liExiii Mii.i.i\i-:iiv—Tin- millinery depnit-
uii-iii ni London llou-e la now nndertue man-
agemenl of a lady who aniv'-i! by last steamer Irom Paris. - .1. II. 1'i.iiNtit k Co.        *
Incorrect.—The paragraph In our morning
contemporary stating that Rev. Mr. Sloan of
Steilacoom, W. T., has been invited to preach
in tbe Pandora street Presbyterian Church, is
incorrect. We havo been requested to st -to
thatneithcr the managers nor any person connected with the congregation hits tendered
any such invit ition. As wns announced from
the pulpit Inst Sunday, Rev. Mr. Duff will
preach next Sunday.
A Beneficent Defer —At a privnto dinner
in New York, ou the 4th inst., A. T. Stewart
intimated his readiness to give one million
dollars for the erection of tenement houses
for tho deserving poor of that ci'y, the condition being tbHt tbe land required bc provided.
A Bio Race.—lt is stated In racing circles
in San Francisco that a trotiing mnt'h three
miles and repent, has heen made up between
Lowery Matthews and Filmore for $20,000, to
be trotted within twenty days from October
8th.
Failso.—A California exchange mentions
that J. H. Ruby, a theatrical manager, has
become bankrupt. Ruby has played in this
city. 	
Cleansed.—A telegram of Oct. 8tlt states
that Wm. Culverwell has been dischareed
from his debts in San Francisco, by a decree
ofthe County Court.
Strong Prosprctino Party.—The Oregonian says a party of men, seven hundred
strong, are now eiploring the country for gold
about tbe head-waters of Snake river.
Arrived Down.—We Jearn by telegraph
that H.M.S. Scout arrived at San Francisco
oo Monday, 4J days from Victoria.
TELEGRAPHIC
<aii:i<Ia.
Nkw Yohk, Oct. 15—-Greut f-xeitcment
wns cniisi'd ut Fort Erie on Monday, by
Circulation of u report that nn organ zed
purly of roughs contemplated n raid on
Port Kric. A guard of police wiih immediately detailed to pairol between Buffalo and Xingiirn Falls. A company of
volunteers put rolled Ihe river in the vicinity of Fort Erie, uud oilier precautions
were taken ; but the raiders foiled to up
pear.
On tlic same tiny tlie Fenians lmd an
excnnloti down tlie river, una when papa
■ n^ l'ort Erie nnd the Canadian gunboat
Rescue, the band played " wearing of the
green " and other popular uirs, which so
exasperated the Captain of the gunboat
thai be ordered the exenr.-ion boat away,
uud threatened to lire into the party.
Europe.
New York, Oct. l-l—Foreign Gles contain the following : At the banquet in
honor of the cable layers, a message ivns
received from the Queen, conferring tbe
honor of Knighthood on Capt. Anderson
und Professor Thompson (iliis<, and conferring Baronetcy on Messrs. Sampson &
I.eueh. The Queen suys her reason for
not conferring distingdishe,d marks of
favor upon Cyrus W. Field, wns nn np-
pri'heiiMon tint it illicit ciicroitcli upon
Ihe province of his own government.
California.
Sav Fiiani.isiii, Oct. 15—The trial of
Charles Dunne is gn.ng on in tho 12th
Districl Court tfl day.
Gold lo New York on Saturday was
153 ; sterling I'OtfQlO? ; Legal Tenders
are quoted by brokers at 70 buying, nnd
71 selling. Tin' Bank of Culilomiu hus
declared a dividend of 1 per cent.
l-'i-i'in Australia.
San FitANCisco, Oct. G.—By the arrival of the British bnrk Ausirnlind, "ll
days from Sydney, we have reeeived papers
to the 25th July, ten days Inter thnn by
Panama slenmer. The Sydney Herald,
of July 15th, says ; Hundreds of persons
have visited North Beaidi to-duy. Six
bodies were washed ashore und were
taken to tbe hospital. The body found
yesterd-iy has been recognized as that of
Mrs. Crump, cabin passenger. Of tho
others, four have been identified—John
Fountain, chief engineer ; Catherine
Crosier, stewardess ; Joe Oflander, Bul
Agermnn, sailors ; Joseph, ibe fore-cabin
steward; und two others uu'enown—one
is supposed to have beeu a cabin passenger
of the Cawarra. They were much bruised
and disligured. The bodies of Captain
Chnlfield and eleven others were reported
as having been washed on the shore. A
despatch dated Melbourne, July 23d,
says : News has been received here of
the wreck of the immigrant ship Wetberby
on the south end of King's Island. Ihe
information was brought by wny of Gec-
long, at which place the second officer
and two of the passengers had arrived.
The Wetherby sailed from Sydney wi h
452 emigrants, nnder the new system; but
ROLLOWAV'I   i'll.l *. — Iliurlitci    i: I itttwel Crlnpiaint..
— I h .e in liiiiiin. are over preient, md it lert umit
tended let ;n-.iriy terminate fatally, it ihould be
(verywb i. known tu.it bothobolere-ead dlairbca*depend oi the pie.en i? of eome undigested lubedinoeIn
the etom.cb or botvele, or em UleteitoQI ma'te   in
Hoi bioo-1, sod that Holloway'a mil can mpi-l eith.-r
wnh „-.1-Hiei "up-ill leu. Tbey cmc-nt-nto in>i*nr
Inning degreepnrlfytaf, Alternative, regulatlog unt
RtreDgthealng ,,ll:tiiti-r, un.l thu.  exert  "V>-r every in
kernel onran the irlioloiomely eontrolllng InHveoj* (■■
neeeesery ILi subduing exo.esive acilon In the Iiuiuaii
Drove. Ilollowiy'e meillobie may he aiivaniaKneuelj-
'niton ni a uii-iins <-f keeping the blood pore end lbe
body cool—the on'y prsotioable plan of nimitaiinnx
li,-u th in kiu'I], hi.ioIi-i-kI. au I old (fo.
New Advertisements.
RED LION HOTEL,
GOVKUNMENT STREKT.
tpHB   Allti\l'.-NA.ME1>   UOTEL   HAVING
1. been opened by
JOE     EDEN,
He will be  bnppy to  meet his  Iriends  on all
occasions, a;i   will furnish them with
the best of
Wine?j Liquors, Ale, Porter, &e-.
and Cigars-
BAUATEI.I.E,  8KITTI.ES,   AND   HOXINT.
li L tl V E S.
gjSf* Joe n.nl Tom will be happy to give
Private Lessons in the noble mi of "Self-
Defence." oclO
New   Advertisi nu nl*.
^T-Z^LO^T-AT^.
A.  BULEH   &   Co.
HAVE   RBMOTBO  TO
RTasonic   Building,
Xext door to T. X. Hibben k Co., where they
BUY AND SELL LADIES' AND GENT'.s
eaat-off clothing,
Clothes cleaned aud repaired at tho shortest
noiice.
se 25-lra
TITmseCO-VATj.
DR. POWELL HAS REMOVED HIS
Surgery nnd Residence to the corner ot
DOUGLAS AND BROUGHTON STREETS
(nenr Fort).
Ot'Fict: llouns—9 A. Si.  to  12  M., and  8
P. M. to 10 P. M.
August 23. so 28
SUM Km IN G  NEW
UNDER   THB   6tJW.
A NEW ERA IS BEDI3IM!
tJaf* Let the auirciing aod diieatad rod
(he follartsf.
tkif* Let ill   who have been   L-iviu up   bv
it  il  -j.oMi-ii Oi   M iucurable, reu-J tbe
lu I in
*x&* Let nil who in, bl lava fact! and can
bavi u.iu in evidence, tend tlm foanyntlatt i
nil men a. taut artteait, Thut, on
th.*. tba Twentieth day ol J uu ■-, in the year
-■I ' ni Lord Una Tboogaod Bight  Uu
ttj-mi. I--;    im ly i - fi i Hay-
. iek i-j me, known ai meb, and being d - >
- .lorn, de] :, !   --     Th it be la t.-
sole genera] n\.'i-' I for tbe United Slatee, and
lenciai tbereol for preparation* or
medicinal known ai MaggiePe Pilli and Halve,
-iii-i tbal ihe following certificate! nre Verbatim coplel to beat of hie kuowledge and
belief.
r--, JAMliS BMKITRH
t . „  i Notary Public,
't u's' [ Wall street, '.New Vork.
June 1st, IIM,
Uu. Maui/iki. —I   take my pen to write jou
of mi- i;reut relief and thut the nivlul pain in
ne  Ida bai left m« at lad—tban ke to yonr
madieiae,   Ob, Doctor, how thankful I am
that 1 cun get some sleep. 1 cult never write
it enough. 1 tliuuk tuu (gain uml ajgaln, und
mil sure Unit y- u ar<- real y tba Ineiid of all
luffereri. 1 could nut help writing to#iou.
aud bbpeyoo wl l not inke Itamiaa
JAMKi MYERS, lie Avenue D.
This i- tocerttlV tbat I wai dlacbargcd from
the nrmy ivi h Uhronid Diarrhoea, and have
been cuied bv Dr. Ilftgglel'l Pills.
WILSOS IIAHVEV,
New fork, April 7, 1866 27 Put street.
Tin' following is uu intereitipg oaaa of a
limn employed in an Iron Foundry, who, in
pouring melted jron Into a ll.isk tht wus
damp and wet, eaaaed an explodon, The
melted Iron wai ihr »wnaround mid on him iu
.i p :i''i (bower, and he wae burnt dreadfully
Tne following certificate wa* given to me by
him, ubout ei^lit weekl after the accident
New Fork, Jnn. 11, 18(10.
My mime is Jurob Hardy; 1 am an Iron
Pounder | I wus badly burnt by hot Iron In
November lall; my burn! lieu ed, but I hud a
runiii g lore "ti my b g thai would not heal ;
I tried Uqgglfl'l Salve, and it cured mc in n
ew we kl. This is all true, and anybody
inn now see me at Jackami'ii Iron Works, 2d
Amine. J. H'.UDV,
119 Goetick sue. t
EXTRACTS   FROM   VARIOUS   LETTERS.
" I bad in nppetite ; Mnggiel's Pil.s gave
uie u he«ny one."
'•Your Pills me marvellous."
" 1 -i nd for iu.other box, and keep them in
the h ii|-e."
Dr. Mng:iel haa cured my headache that
wus chronic.'
" I gave half of one ofyourpllli to my bahe
foV cholera niorbui. J he deur little thing got
well iu a day.1
" My iiuii.-'ii i>l u morning is now curei."
■ Yuu-I- -c ol Miiggiel'l S-lie cured me of
nol ■     in   tlie  head,    I rubbed sonic of your
suite behind my ens, aud the noi-e left.
"."-end me two boxes; 1 want one for a poor
family."
" I enclose n Dollar ; your [-rice is 25 cents;
but tiie medlciue to me il worth ( dobar."
" S nd me five boxes of your Pi la."
" Let me huve three boxes of your Snlve by
return mail."
I hi^e over 200 such Testimonials
A- this, but want of sp-u'o compel! me to
conclude.' B. MAGGIEL. M.D.
MAOCtBL'fl PILM AXD SALTS
Are I Id t-y
A. 0. LANGLEY & Co..
VICTORIA,  V.  1.,
SOLE AGENTS.
jtsay NOTICE—None genuine witboul tbt
engraved trademark nrnum! each jm-i or Imv.
plgcod by Dr. J. Maih-hi.. 11 Pine (treat, Hew
Ifork, to com        • which is felony,
(■'old by (II n--|i"ii:iile Doalen In Medicines
throughout tbe l nited Btateaand Canadai, (I
J-, eeiil^ |" r bOI or pOt.
The "Grotto,"
OPPOSITE TIIE TELEGRAPH OFFICE,
For a plass  of choice liquor go  to the
" Grotto,"
There "none, but the best'' yon   will
And is the motto.
Mint Juleps Slierry Cobblers—everything
cooliiifi ;
Come yo tliut do thirst, you will find its
no foulittjf.
oc2
New  Auvi iii>s< ttt, iii*.
*****<
For Sale Ex Camden,
LINCOLN   HOUSE!
Cor- Washington and Front sts,
PORTLAND, OHEGON.
nr. c. ihatjFiiiessen,
Of  the   St.   Nicholas   Hotel,   Victorin,
HAVING TAKEN THE AROVE HOl'SE,
wishes to announce :o the public that he
is nvw picpared to accoraodute guests in a
s itisfactory manner. No'bing will be left undone, which is in the power of the proprietor
to do, to render guests comfortable.
Portland, August 24th, 1866 se 14
llo'lrttcr, Botkrr, and Angotfura Mtlcn,
Oregon (klcr ia kbit, and «.«.
-1- r  : iii tmtta, h;i ll-ra-l. ■ and earn,
baulcrue and talUurnia B'bltc Ulne,
I'n-iifb  tlcobol 90 o.l'.,
lug. Ui«|iiiM, 'lucun and BwlleBgcr Ctiaaa.
pagor,
lod In  'tore an  aiworimrnl at I'r.indy
and l.i^ui.r. -ultable for the trade.
dor Depot of Havana Cigars.
KUOBKB THOMAS.
o u
Vutes street.
POR     SALE1,
Iss
i   GOOD .MAKE (IN EOAL), WITH IfKAR-
.A   linjr  colt   by   her   i.dc.    Will  work ia
tingle or double harness.
Apply at the
Office ofthe Eveni"? Telegraph/
LANGLEV STIIEET. oc »
Y o r k s li i r e   Bacon!
Ex Royal Tar,
For fculc hy
FELL k CO.,
8e26 Ynteajntreet.
A.&W. „™„„,
Houie and Ship Plumbers
CASFITTERS,
BELLHiNGERS & TINSMITHS
FORT   STREET.
411 orders promptly attended fo
oc 2
Cow For Sale
A   COW (AND CALF SIX WEF/
t\  warranted perfectly gentle.
Also, a youug Meer,
Apply to
8#20 G. NU
KEMOVAL.
ff.   HEATIIORN
m
• BEGS   LEAVE   TO  INFORM   HIS
1   Iriends  mid  tbe   public  that he  baa
ii-iiioved his
Boct and Slice Store
To Government street, two d-iors from tbe
"Colonist un l Chronicle" Office, where he
will continue his liout M.iking business.
BOOTS AND SHOES MADE TO ORDER
Of tbe best materials and workmanship.
N.11.—Repairing done at shortest uotice.
-u 23
NKW   WESTMINSTER
GAME   DEPOT,
YATES   ST.,
Xfjit door to  tiie corner of Government,
opposite Zeloer'i Drug Store.
rpHB SUftSCRlBEB HAVING MADE AR-
t rangementa to receive from different
partial the produ e of the Island uud country
will be prepared to luruish
Game,
Fish,
Fruits,
Poultry,
Eggs    and    Vegetables,
Each  aud  all iu  their season, at the lowed
prices.
JAMES   ALLEH.
ocl lm
XJJSFIVERSITY
— OK —
WASHINGTON TERRITORY
IMIkS fNSTITUTION WILL REOPEN* ON
tlir 17lLi iiir"t. PupUa ul both sexes reeeived. who wi.i in- ei pec ted to turnith their
own roomi, wliidi are provided lo Hpartte
bulldingi, free of cb
Tlie   Expense  ol   Boarding  and Tuiiiont
wi litiut LnoldentaUi »■ l  not oxoeed SlOptf
quarter of ll weelu( payable Ln mlvunce.
For fur;ln-r Information ntldress
KKV. GEO. V.  WiJIXWOIlTH,
Pre."iiient.
Seattle, W. T., Sept. 1st, 1366, so 11
"ROUND THE COW
IS TUE NiME OF THE
ISTE'W    SATsOOltf
Jl'ST Ol'EXED I.V
Liuislcy   Street,   round  lh*
corner from Yates slreet,
In the building formerly  occupied  by   tha
Saloon of Kieiuiaudt's Hotel.
The  Saloon  has  ^d1   tastefully  refilled,
and will besuppbed with tbe
FIRST   QUALITY   OF
Wines  and  Liquors.
The arorrictor respectfully Invites the public to cal- "ROUND THE COHNER" and
lor themselves.
v
- HEXt Mhcellaneou*.
8H0CKIKG   OcCUIttlEXeK IM New CaI.E-
donia —The Royal steainehip Norseman,
which arrived at Plymouth, Englaud, recently with the Capo mail, brought news
of a frightful tragedy recently perpetrated
in New Caledonia ia the 1'uciGc, employed ng a French convict establishment
His Imperial French Majesty's war
steamer Fulon, from New Caledonia, via
Hour bon, for Ureal, that pnt into Algoa
Hay nn June 27th, snd left oo July 6th
tor Brest, reported thut while she had
been cruising uround New Caledonia a
boat was despatched into one of the rivers
out of eight of the ship, for some purpose,
snd uot returning, mnch anxiety wax felt
respecting it. The steamer then went np
the river iu search, and upon a small
islnnd discovered remains, which left no
donbt that the unfortunate seamen had
been captured, and then killed and eaten
by the natives. Tbe Fulton then proceeded further inland, and some natives
that were taken admitted that the conjectures of the ship's crew were correct;
that they had come suddenly upon the
boat's crew, taking them to an island,
killed them there by splitting their skulls
open with an axe, and had then cooked
and eaten them. The officers ond crew
of tbe ship, highly exasperated, at these
horrible details, proceeded to take summary vengeance upon tlio savages, and
killed every ono they came in contact
with, and set lire to their villages. In
additiou to those who were burned, no
less than 150 wero either shot or bayoneted.
A Giieat Boa.—The Mobile (Ala.)
Advertiser gives some nccount of the antics of a monstrous hou constrictor which
recently arrived in tbat city, and wliicli
wu.s conflncd in a large box on the deck
of a vessel from tlio West Indies. One
night ho escaped from his place of con-
lincnciit and pursued serpentine paths all
over the ship. He bad a jolly timo all to
himself for awhilo. He visited the lien
coops aud made sad havoc among the
chickens, and after catting up sundty
similar capers, finally shuflled his mortal
coil into a dark corner in Ihe bow of the
boat. When morning camo tho sailors
missed him from his accustomed haunt,
-and instituted a search for him. They
found him, procured a rope, aud lassoed
him, a diilicult task, when it is considered
that snakes arc composed entirely of head
and neck. There were no shoulders to
.prevent the rope from slipping down to
the caudal extremity of the reptile, and,
moreover, he struggled stoutly to he free.
The sailors, however, who were nearly all
foreign negroes, finally overcame him, and
ke very soon found himself once more in
what he doubtless considered a very bad
box.
FACTS vs THEORIES.
New  Goods
EX   "ROYAL  TAR.'
THOS. WILSON & CO.,
Invite attention to their
Ncw Stock of WINTER
GOODS juftt arrived by
Royal Tar Irom Loudon,
consisting  of
FLANNELS—Welsh—Twilled Saxony
Plain and Fancy Colors
DITTO — Canton — White   and   Unbleached
BLANKETS—All sizes
BALMORAL SKIRTS
FRENCH  MERINOS-In all colors
Hoyles' Print*       oiksss' Long Clo'.ht,
Linen and Cotton Ticks, (Sheetings,
Gnilts, J)rug'jet'.Square8,!0reen Baize,
Hollands, American Leather Cloth,
—AND—
A General Assortment of Goods suitable for
tbe Autumn and Winter.
Tho?.   Wilson &  Co.,
MASONIC BUILDING,
GOVERNMENT   STREET
se 20
SAN   FRANCISCO
OYSTER  SALOON !
Government   street,
Between (Jus Keyscr's and W. Wilson's
" Givo mo a place to rest my lever on,"
<saye Archimedes, "and I .will move the
world." 1 Give mo pure nnd unadulterated
■drugs," says Medicus, of tho oldon time,
*' and 1 will cure disease."
In ono sense, both of these learned pundits
were the veriest charlatans. They knew there
was no place to reBt their lever on, either to
move the world or cure disease. Mechanism
•was in a backward state, and tho medical profession was but uuother name for sorcery,
find all the adjuncts of magic filters und
chnrms ofthe " evil eye," kc.
But these latter days have borne unto us
something more than even superstition and
its crew ever dreamt of In tbeir maddest philosophy. In these days of practical science,
•what was theory nf yeBterday ir fact to-day,
and all the old lime notions bocome as hubbies
in this 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 movo tbe
world. Let mine ancient Medicus pant and
toil no more for tbo drugs ho so sorely needs,
lor wc havo them at our hand, ever ready to
serve them at his beck.
Refined in tbe laboratory of Dr. Magtlel,
tbe finest materials known ln the medical pro
fessiou are obtainable by any one. His
Blllious, Dyspeptic, and Diarrhoea Pills stand
unrivalled, and his Halve operates with magical effect upon hums, scalds, and all sores aud
•leers ofthe skin.
In fact, we think MAOOiib's Pills and Salve
•re the wonder of this century, and we are
happy in thc thought that many others of our
brethren of the cralt agree with us. We would
earnestly counsel that all families provide
Uwmselves witb Dr. Maggiel's Prepai&ilons at
•nit, and keep them ready at band, so as to
an them at the most opportune time and as
ocoaslot servei.— Valleo Sentinel.
THE UNDKRSIGNED, IN VIEW OF TIIE
11 Good Times " folks said wero coming,
tuts OPENED the above premises, and intends
to OPEN THE BEST OYSTERS tho market
furnishes.    They will be
Roasted
Fried
Stewed
In or Out of the Shell-
■ Open al all hours,
se 23-Jm J   B. BUELL
NOUVEAUTES
D'automne et  D'hiver.
J. H. TURNER Er CIE.,
Ont l'lionneur d'informer leura
amis et lo public quil viennent de
recevoir un aaaortiment do Nouve-
autes do Modes dos Moillouros liaisons do Paris.
MAISON DE LONDRES.
Sept-embro, 1866. se23
NOTICE.
THE ROYAL HOTEL,
Wharf   Street,
HAS REDUCED ITS PRICES TO MEET
the times, and clean comfortable beds
can be obtained for 25 cents per night or $1 50
per week.   Board ?1 per day.
S. HILL,  Proprietress.
N. B —The Hotel is fire-proof. oe 1
Union is accomplished and
Producer*  Protected.
Thc country only can be saved by
Patronizing
cameron's island produce
:mla.:r:b:et,
No. 18   Fort  street,   opposite  Mrs.   Ileal's
lliiardiiig-linu.il".
SINCE WE ARE TO HAVE A TARIFF,
Island Produce will be In demand and to
supply tbe increase of orders it has been
necessary to make arrangements with several
more hunters and fishermen ; also Producers
will always bc able to find a market for their
vegetables and other produce, at reasonable
rates; whilst consumers can havo their demands supplied free of duty. The market
will henceforth be supplied witb the finest
Venison, Fish and Game of evory description.
Clams and Oysters from tho newly discovered beds at Chemainus.
Since preparing the above we learn that a
special Telegram has arrived from tho Homo
Government stating that Chinamen pedlars
are to be taxed $30 per head, per month, aud
knowing it to be a fatal shock to them, the
"Original" will go in mourning for tho space
of one month, in respect to their memory.
ON  Y  PAKLE   CHINOOK.
oc 7
Notice  to   Contractors.
TENDERS are required tor cleaning out
and repairing the culverts crossing Store,
Government Broad and Douglas streets.
Specifications to be seen at tbe City Council Chambers, Broad street, between the
hours of  10 a. :n. and 4 p. m.
Tenders must be sent in before Saturday,
the 20th instiiu;, et I p. m., and endorsed
" Tenders for Culverts."
Tbo Mayor and City Council do not bind
themselves to accept the lowest or ^jw~
Tender. ^»w»*fc»**.     , foffalar
"y orJl»kicb »as granted hy Htn
is IF., and which gave
a depntaiion of not mure  tban ten
J. H- Turner & Co.
GOVERNMENT STREET,
VICTORIA, V. 1.
LONDON   FIHM,
J. P. Tunstall & Oo
LONDON    HOUSE,
September, 1866.
We hare received by "Royal Tar" and late Express arrivals a
great part of our Autumn and Winter Stork. It comprise* as usual u
full assortment of Staple and Fancy Goods.
Linens, Cottons, Prints, Damasks,
Blahuts, Fl.ANNKI.S. SlC,
DfiKSS Goods, Tiik Nkw Lin.skvs, Serges, Mkiunos,
Poi'i.iNKs, Plaids, kc
Shawls—liich Broche, Wool, Himalayan, 4-c,
Ladies' and Children's Undkrceotiung,
Manti.es, Furs, Hosiery, Embroideries, Lack
Goods, kc.
Mii.unkuy —Wreaths, Head Dresses, a beautiful selection
of Bonnets in the Lamballe, Pamela, 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.
The above gootls have been selected by our London partner teith great
care, and will be sold on most favorable terms.
«e 21
H.   Turner   *Sc   Co.,
Agents for Alexandre's Kid Gloves.
A   Triumph   oi    Science
—and—
THE  LIGHT   OP   TUB   WOULD
he-- oPEjsriisra-
—OP  THB—
EUREKA CONCERT ROOM
I'lYDEIl THB IimtlKllEVT OF SMS. <Jl HILES.
TPHIS MOST FAVORITE AND FAS1II0N-
able  place of amusement having been
entirely re-decornteil will rc-upen This Even-
» , jelock.    5Ir. Ned Reed, the famous
" - will be in attendance to amnse
his minstrel Songs.    At the Bar
Id I'riet. Liquors and Havana Cigars
. i»l
urll " I'Og at 9 o'clock, admission
-ee. ec 21
DR. MAGGIEL'S
PILLS   k tSALVE.
Tht*e L'.fe-gW'ivg remedies tire now, for tlie fir t
tl'iic, g tt • puiil'dy to th iv >r il. Fur over aijuaitT
<f a century of prlutt- practice the ingredients utltm
Life-Giving Pills
Il-.v" Ik" u unci! with the Krt'iti'it success. Their
mltisbn fi u t mi y in iT'Vi-iit ttitetno, but to cure
Tliey *e tuh ou* thn varitms maMies by which tho
patient p tulToftng, >'••! re.invigorntes v,e Hilinit
system. T** the Kited mnl infirm a lew doses of theae
valuable PILLS will \ rove to be
A VERY FOUNTAIN OF YOUTH,
Fur in tvervcAFe they add new Ufa and vitality, and
restore the w tninif en-i/ifle-* to UiUr erlatlae slate. Tj
the yo ganl ml dl■ nfced Uny wilt pr .vo nrnit in
v nl ii i I'll*, ni a nu y, specific and sterling medicine,
i ere ii a dream realized, that 1'oiice.de-I.eun sought
for three hundred years ago, and never fund, He
looked fnr n f uniain that would restore the old to
'. Igor and make youth ever
.An Eternal Spring:!
It waa left for f hi* dty nnd hour tn realise the drenm,
and show In one glorious fact the magic that made
it fair.
THESE  FAMOUS  REMEDIES
C.mniit st iv the night oT yearn, but tliey can force buck,
mi'' bold .'('imi, diseases ili;it mifhtlri mph ever tlm
:t d and the youliif. Let woe hesitate then, bill
hi ize the favnrable opportunity that offers. When taken
ad prescribed—
For Billious Disorders
Nothing ean be more product Ire of cure than theso
l'ilU.—Thoir almost irngic fulliienue Is felt at OfM|
and the usual cono tuiunti of thin mm distressing
dni'ftii! are removed. These reuudius aro made from
tbe purest
VEGETABLE COMPOUNDS.
Thry will not harm tho moat delicate female, and
ea i be kIvpdwIUi good effect In prunorlbed denes to
tlio youngeet babe.
For Cutaneous Disorders
And all eruptions of thenklD,the RA1.VK Im mnxt Invaluable. It does 111 heal externally alnu-, but pene-
trHvi with tbe most avarehlug etf. cu to tbe vory root
of the evil.
DR. MAGGIEL'S PILLS
Invariably cure the following Diseases
Aithma,
Bowel Complaints,
Oonghft,
Cold a,
Cheat Pi-'ensea,
CoatlveneBH,
Djspepaia,'
Diarrhea,
Dropsy,
Debility,
.  _ Keverand Agi t\
Female nomplaintp.
Headache,
Indication,
Iufhtei ia,
Inflammation i
Inward Wpaknens,
Ll-t-r Complaint,
Lpwt.eo* of Spirits,
Rtnjrwbrm,
Rheumatism,
Salt Mieum,
Scalds,
Skin Diseases,
«y NOTICE.—None (jenrlna without the engraved
trade-mark-round e«ch pot or box, signed by DR. J
MAUGIhL, 43 Fulton atreetj A ew i'ork, lo counterfeit
which is felony.
Vfr Sold by all respectnble Dealers in Medicines
throughout the United S.atus aud Canada—at 25 ceuts
per box or pot,
A. C. Langley & Co.,
Agents for Vancouver Island ond British
Columbia.
THE    ARK HOTEL
'PHIS WELL KNOWN AND BEAUTI-
-L fully sltuutcil Hoicl is now fitted up in
tlic most luxuriuus stylo for boarders and
lodfrers.     Private   rooms   can   bo   had   for
parties.
A TABLE
D'HOTE
WILL    BE   LAID   EVERY    AFTERNOON
AT    5   O'CLOCK.
Every descripthn of amusement, Including
nuiHii', in provided for the quests.
Ladies and pi-iiUtiiicn can find in tho Park
Hotel a c imfnrtiiblo and luxurious homo.
The best of wines and liquors kept on hand.
Ladies can have free use of a phaeton for
town drive,
Uunrding by tbe week at low prices to suit
tho   times. oc 5
Euorborg  & Bueff,
COMMISSION   MERCHANTS,
Importers and Wholesalo Dealers in
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS,
Boots and Shoes,
Wharf street, Victoria, V. 1. oc %
BRITISH    PERIODICALS.
The London Quarterly Review (Conservative)-
The Edinburgh Review (Whig)
The Westminster Review (Radical)
The North British Review (Free Church)
Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (Tory)
Tbe four Reviews re-puhlisheil by Mphm. Fcott &
Co., ar*> KPilemlly 80 sidored ft* thn (Jreat Reviews,
mm Bliirkwoud hus lieen justly placed la the same
rank. Whoever (tlspetit-ei with rtadin£ pnMientions of
thlsolasi, whitursr may be his ventral information,
M'lil soon bo altogether behind tlm time- in whieh he
lives—nnd In these timet a per^o'imny soon get very
far bohind. Th-y nny he read and studied with ml.
i iint.i ■•■ !«)■ i lin people of this country, of every creed
and party.
Mr BLACKWOOD Is unusnnllr attractive at this
time to American*, not only fur it* seri<l articles by
dlKtlnguished writers of lie tion, but for the account of
Ihe late civil w^r, now being written by C>l. Von
Borke, aUemuuofHcflr, chief- .(-staff to (Jen. J. K. 11.
etuart, of the Confederate army,
TERMS   FOR   1806.
For any one of the Itevlews SI per annum
For an> two of tho Reviews  7 "
For any threuof tbe Reviews 10 "
Forallfonr of the Reviews 12 "
Foa Blackwood's Magsiln  4 "
FwrBlackwood and one Review  7 "
For Illm kw.,ixl and any two of tbo  He.
vHwa 10 «
For Blackwood and three of tho Reviews..13 "
For BUekwood and tha four Reviews 15 "
CLUBS.
A discount ot twenty per rent. wi'T be a'lowed In olabs
pf four or more persons. Thus, four c pies of
Blackwt'4id, or of one Keview will be went In niw address or 412 P0. Kour copies of the fuur Reviews and
Blackwood, for $48, and so ou.
POSTAGE.
When sent by mail, the Tostacm to nny part of the
United-t tes wi;l be I ut twent) -four cents a Jenr for
" LACKwonn," and but eight cents a year for each of
the Reviews.
Reduced Prices for previous years-
Subscribers moy obtain Ihe Reprint* immediately
preceding 18CB, asfollnwe, viz. :
iHocfciDwxi from September. 1804. to December, 1865
Inclusive, at the rate of $2 SO a year.
Tlie Worth British frnm Junuary, 1863, to December.
1^65, inclusive; the Etlinhurgh nnd the Westminster item
Ap il. 1864, to Deceinher, 1865, inehuive, and Uie
London Quarterly for thc year !8i5, attheratoof $1 A0
a year for each or any   evi»w.
C»- A few copies yet remiin of all the four Reinewt
for 1H6& at $4 a set, or il 50 for any one.
LEONARD   SCOTT   &   CO.,
Publishers, 38  Walker Street. N. T*
l*.S, & Co., also publish the
2?A2ZTS/L2?2Z'l3 QITIDB
By Hisrt STiraua. nt Edinburgh, and tli. la.. J. P.
Mirths, ol Tilt i nliem, 2 >nl». Boj.i OclMO, 1000
jmi/ti, urd nmntroui Engraving.
3C2 #
Vrjf, |7 for tlii two »uVulao«—by Mail, polt lialil,
I 0*. ,sa3
TUE  ONE  TII1KO   WAKTED.
HOLLOWAY'S PILLS.
The Blood.
These famous pills nre ao compose! thn
they openite wholesomely on the slomnch, lh»
liver, the honils, nml other orenns; by corseting nny ilernngeroeiH, in their ftinctioiiB
whereby n sternly supply of pure mi IrriiiLi tor
the renewal ol the Klood is lurnislled, nnj a
constant obstruction of effete products is ef*
tecled. This perfect circulation thus becomes
the very fountain of health nnd life, nnd overcomes nil form of disease wherever it» niiCsii-
tlon.
General Dlmordei-N ol thc Liver
and Mtomnch.
All who ever indulge a* table, either in ent*
'ng or drinking, should take n bout ten of thsa-
tamous pills at bed time, from which will re*
suit a clear heivd and good stomach thc All ■•*-
ing morning. Thousands of Ladies nre nl-
ways complaining of sick hendaehes, want o
nppetite, want of energy, n.nd want of strength,
to correct all these evils, three or fuur ol there-
I'ills should he taken twice a week, when they
would give the invalid .be health anil ujijiciitw
of a ploughman.
Fcmalcu of all Agon and ClaN«cs
Obstruction! ol nny kind, either in youny
or those between forty and fifty—the most critical peiiod of life—mny be radisally remo. id
by using these Pills according to the printed
directions whieh accompany each box. Yonn^
persons wilh sickly and sallow complexions
may have the bloom of health restored by tlnu'
corrective, which purifies the blood nnd expels all gross and impure hnmors from the system. Beware theu of the critical age Iron
forty to fifty, as it sends mnny thousands tn
premature grnve,—these Pill's should be takei
it that period ut lite two or three times *■
^eek
Want  of Strength and Energy.
Persons of sedentary habits, or those troubled in mind, working in Factories or CoaV
Pita, who cannot obtain that amount of fresL
."it; and exercise which nature requires, suffer
from weakness nud de1ilityf lowness of spirila
nnd want of appetite. All such should take »
doss or two of theso Pills every three or foui
days, ns tbey act gently and elleeiunlly on the.
system and impart vigor nnd energy to ilia
body, which is nlwnys followed by a good
nppetite, sound and refreshing sleep, and •
high flow of spirits.
For the lure of Drop*?.
The cfficiicy of Holloway's Pills in Dropsy
is extraordinary. They act with such a peculiar effect upon the system, that thn fluid?
cunning this direful complaint, nre perceplib)
curried off and prevented from any iarthei
iii'cniiiiiiiitiiin. The anllerer regains a buoyancy of spirits and rejoices in a completely
renovated constitution. It is indispensably
necessary thst the Ointment should he most
effectually rubbed into the complaining part*
during the whole course of treatment.
Children and their Aiiiiivntc.
In no country in the world are more children
carried to an early grnve than in Great Brilaiu.
Coughs, Measles, Scarlatina, Fevers, and other
jisenses attack the little sufferers, apil death,
but too often, follows nt a rapid pace; yet if
at the first stage ot these complaints, parent*
were to hnve recourse to Hollowny's Pills, all
danger would be avoided; for the stomach
and bowels would oe gently but efectually
cleansed by this mild aperient; the depraved
numors correctea nno tne secretions dniy rcgu-
Inted. A perfect cure would ".oon be effected, and the I'ttle patient restored to >onn>>
health.
HjIIoway' Fi. r we the best known remedy In lb
world fiv the following diseases:
Sold at tbt FBtabilsbment of Prolessor Holloway, 241 j
.Itrnntl, (near Temple Bar,) I. n-lnii ; nls- by all reaped
abla llrugulila anil Dealers In Mi'i.ieiDestbrougliont the
olviliEcil worltl,at the lollowinK inlct-n— If. 1^., ,\ W.,
in. 6d.,111.,22a., and 33a. each box.
A File
Female Irregular
"crnfu'aorKior •
Anlinis
ities
Evil
Billious Complaints
Fever of all  kiml-
^tire Throate
nti
Stone and Grvre
Blotches   ou   the
Qoot
Secondary fciyisp-
Bkin
fkit'l Ache
Irml
Bowel complaints
lniiige«tioe
ric*XH)'oreux
Colics
Juti animation
1 uii>urs
Constipation of tlie
Jaundice
Ulcers
Bowls
Liver Cumulaints
Venoreal      afleet.
''mi mi in) linn
Lumbago
lit-nn
DebMtT
Piles
W nr ins     0 f    ft
Dropsy
Rheumatism
kinds
Dysentry
Retention ef Urine
Wt-ftknew     from
Erysipelas
whatever caus*
%* Thero is a considerably saviug by taking tht
irger sizes.
Directions for the guldr.nce of patients in every dkior
der aro affixed to each box.
Printed and Published by McCluri & Co. »t
the oflice, Langley Street.

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