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VOL. I.
VICTORIA,    VANCOUVER   ISLAND,   SUNDAY   MORNING,   OCTOBER  7.   1866
«' Wl
TUB
EVENING TELEGRAPH,"
muMiD
Everv   Eveniag at  4   O'clock,
(Saturday and Sunday eveninga excepted.)
ALSO gVIRY
SUNDAY    MORNING !
THUMB OF  «L list ItlJ'Tlllt i
i»r Atiiium, In aitvance, by mall Ut 110 1)0
(■'or .11 month..   ,.,        g no
ler W^ek, p»jraM« to Carrier '        *t
n.fifC|.iM ...;      ,0
For terms of Advertisement applv at the
Offlce. Lanrley Street
Ihe Only Sure Way to Save the
Country!
IS TO PATRONIZE
CAMERON'S   ISLAND   PRODUCE
T&AT-lTgiTZ'T,
No.   18   Fort   street,   opposite   Mrs.   Heal's
Hoarding-house.
FAMILIES AND HOTEL .KEEPERS WILL
And always  on   bund fresh,   cheap, und
good
Isltnd Vegetables nnd Fruit,
Islnnd Fish and Game of all sorts,
Island Eggs und butter,
Island Veu^on cut to order,
Island Poultry, ke., kc., ke.
N. B.—I hereby make known to t! e public
that, having made arrangements w:tb certain
laland fanners to sell their produce, I am
from this date prepared to sell cheaper than
nny Chinaman peddler/ that ever ale rice—
" So wulk on, John I"
August i7tb, 11166. Be 17-lm
New Advertisements.
XJJS11VEFtSlTY
WASHINGTON TERRITORY
'I MlIS INSTITUTION WIIJ, REOPEN ON
I tlie 17th [ut. Pupils ol both seies received, who wiil be expected to lurnish tbeir
own rooms, which nre provided iu separate
buildings, free of charge.
Tbe   Expense   ol   Boarding   and  Tuition,
without incidentals, will  not exceed $50 per
quarter of 11 weeks, payable in advance.
For further information address
REV. GEO. F.  WHITWORTH,
_      .    .„ President.
Seattle, \V. T., Sept. 1st, 1806. tell
ft.
HERMAN   SHULTZ,
 IT—
His Well Known and Old Established
Stand
The Government st. Boot Store,
Has just received  per stenmer
A   FINE   ASSORTMENT   OP
Ladies' and   Children's   Shoes,
Which he offers at a very low price.
Receives by each steamer from  England und
San  Francisco
BOOTS     <Sc    SHOES
or  Tin
FINEST   AND  BEST QUALITY,
FRENCH   LEATHER,
SHOE     FINDINGS,
At prices to correspond with the times.
se 12
LINCOLN   HOUSE!
Cor- Washington ani Front sts,
PORTLAND, OREGON.
W. C. MATTIHEiliSElV,
Of   the  St.   Nicholas   Hoiel,   Victoria,
HAVING TAKEN TIIE ABOVE HOUSE,
wishes to announce to the public that ho
is now picpared to accomodate guests in a
satisfactory manner. Nothing will be left undone, which is in the power of the proprietor
to do, to render guests comfortable.
Portland, August 21th, 1866. se 14
LIST OF ARRIVALS
At the Monnt Ararat Hotel during the months
of June, July, and August, 1866.
June—His Eicellency Governor Kennedy, Mr
William A Ot Young, Mr. Benj W
Pearse.
Jnly—Messrs Jas Wilcox, F Dupray, Jas Reed
Macadam, John Dand, Louis Philpot.
F W Alwood, J R Ford, E S Hutch, Sir
Jas Djuglas, D Fraser, E S Whitting-
ham.
August—H E Seelye, W E Stronach, J
Robertson Stewart, Thos Lstt stal-
ichmid , Robt Burnaby ; John Nlcho1-
■on, M M Titus, F W Green, Benj W
Pearse, Acting Surveyor General, R
Houjftay, H 0 Tiedem'aun; James Mc-
Outchan; Wm Denny, Wm Wilson,
Joseph Hilton,R D aid J; Kenneth Wo?
Keniie, Jr, Wm B McKenzie, David B
Blair, Chis Redfern, Chos Kent.
Ilt-lns
NOUVEAUTES
de L'automxe et D'iiiver.
J. H. TURNER Er CIE.,
Out l'lionneur d'informer leurs
amies et le public quil viennes de
reoevoir un assortment de Nouve-
autes do Modes des Mcilleurs liaisons do Paris.
MAISON DE LOXDRES.
Septembre, 18C6. ae23
THE GREAT   REMEDY  OF THE
^GE.
HOLLOWAY'S OINTMENT.
The   effect   ol  the   ointment   on   the
Myatem
To the verycoie und centre oI'bI) dishes
which affect lbe human boily, this reinurkable
preparmion penetrates. It disappears uMer
the friction ol the hands, as salt disappears
when rubbed u^on meat. The unguent performs its healing crrund nipidly, safely, uud
without paiL. Simple eruptions, open sores,
hard tumors, .orululoua Uevolopmvuts of ull
kinds, alicesaes, cancers, old wounes. and, in
taut, every speci b of inflammation and snp-
puratio", whether in tte skiu, the flash, the
glands, or among the muscles, can be arn-steb
in its destructive course, and permanently
cure'! without danger by rubbing in this inestimable Ointment.
Uud    I.i-K".   Bad   Ilressta,     Sorct,   nml
Vsnajta.
In many Hospitals in Kurope this celebrated
remedy is now used lor thc cure of old wounds,
sores, and ulcers ; in Spain and Portugal, and
in many parts of Italy, tbe lirst Physicians re-
regularly prescribe its use. It is a sovceigr
remedy lor bad breasts and bndlegs; and likewise for all skin diseases. Il is lo be found in
the chest of nearly every sailor, soldier, anc
emigrant.
Impi-iiit. in i.-N   of   Youth ;—Sores   anil
Clcei-a.
The above class of complninls is surely re
uoved by nightly fomenting the pints witl
. irill water, and then by most effactnillj rub
oing iu this Ointment. Persons i-ulfeiing Iron
iblM direful complaints should lose not a mo
ment in arresting their progress. It should ni
■ii drrstood that it is not sufficient merely lu
.linear tb* Ointment on tbi attentat patlt, boi
it must be well rubbed iu for some cunsfderalils
lime tw ■ or three times a duy, that it muy hi
tuki'ti into the syntiMji, whence it wili rsmOV
only hidden sure or wou id as effectually a.
though il were palpable to the eye. Dread and
water poultices, alter the rubbing in ol It
Ointment, will do great service, This is till
only proper trenlment for lemules in cn.-os c|
cancer In the sloiiiuch, or fur those wbo sutli,'
Irom a general bearing dov u.
piles, Kikiiiiu,, ttrietaiwi
Blotches,usulsonwellings, cun with oartalntj
ho radically  cured   if the Ointment  be  usee
freely, nnd the I'ills be tuken nighl and morning as recommended in theprintedinstruitiions
When treated in any otherW,f tlie.se complaint,
only dry up in one place to brenk cut in un- ;
uher ; whereas Ibis Ointment will remove tin- !
liiiuior from the system, and leave the patien
\ vigorous and healthy being.    It will requir.
■ime, uided by the use of ine Pills, to ensure
listing cure.
Dllitli. iiu, Uinrxliitis, soif Throats,
Any of the above class of diseases may be
"ured by well rubbing the Ointment three
.imcs a dny upon the skin covering the throat,
chest, nnd neck ol the patient. The unguent
will soon penetrate the pores and give immediate relief. To nllay the lever and lessen tha
iaflumntion, eight or tun Pills should be taken
night and morning. The Ointment will pio.
duce perspiration, which is so essential for
removing fevers, sore throats, and those oppressions of the chest which arise from
Asthu a, Bronchitis, und othet  causes.
Both  the  Ointment and   Pilli   ohonlrt
be  uaed   in  the  following  In... t
T23.2'.
EVENING TELEGRAPH
Ota I e,rH
H i-l BreanU
B'i'iis
Bullions
Bit not \tokc1n t'>es
and Sand-Fliei
rico-ltay
h to go- foot
Jhtlblnin*
skipped Ilatuls
fnrtiB (CjrnS) Rh^nmatism
Cancers |: raids
U ntracted and S«»*-e Vipph'S
Mill hunt* S re Thro.it
ClephnnthtiiS Skin di»eaa'
-'i-ttulan scurvy
fclttt Sore lii'ada
■ lm :ni;tr     Swell- Tumors
lingi Ulcers
• mhago. Wound*
files \ra\wt,
Sold at t e Establishment ot pRnpwtictR Horiowa
iM, Strand, 'near Temple Bm), Lifid.in ; also by a
respectable DrufTRtati ma Healers in Medicines throttfb
.tut the civilized world, at the following prices Ik. lkii
•L id.  U 6d„ lis., S3, and S3*, each Pot.
V Than •aoooiidcr*blo»viDffbytakfngtb»larfcti
lies,
KB.—'PirMtiooi forth* pTiidMrce of P»ttentt in ttm
dinord*rarr Mind to nob Pet.
GENERAL
Job   Printing
ESTABLISHMENT
Langley Street, Victoria,
The  Printing    Office
OF  THK
EVENING
TELEGRAPH
Office is replete with every appliance
and variety of Material for the
Execution of
LETTER PRESS   PRINTING!
Id all ilu brunches, whether
Flain or Ornamental
'FUG OFFICE AIMS at securing
A. siicl- speedy Execution of aiders as if
consistent witb correct und elegant Work-
oiuusbip.
Orders received for Prin Ling
Books, Business Cards,
PamphleU Invoices,,
Catalogues Bill Heads,
.Sermons, Trade Forms,
Reports Circulars, (I'Uin
Rentals, Coloured,)
Leases, Ilitinl   Bills. (Plain ot
Law Forms of every Coloured,)
description,
For Prices,   apply   at the   Office
Langley street,
General 'Jews Agent
J. Stratum!!.
EMPIRE NEWS DEPOT
Cor. Washington & Sansome sif.
Han Francisco.
rpHB AT)V RTISER is prepRred to supply
,j_ with punctuality und celerity the anurxt'd
newBpupers and periodicals upon the following
terms All orders, to receive immediate attention, must be accompanied by cash remittance,
aud handed in previous to the 4th, 14th, aud
24th of each month.
London Daily Time* $U «>0
Tli« Field  11 00
"       IlluHmtHd Times..   ..   7 00
"       Weekly Times        7 00
«       ni'U'sLifeio London 14 00
»       Weeklv Dinpau-i 14 00
«        III. NfWioftlie World 1400
•'      Public 0)iinion  7 50
'      Indox {Krvelradf) 14 DO
"       III.   fiportiagr Now»  8 00
"      Specut-tr 11 00
»       Rp-tew   1400
«       Saturday HavttW 14 00
Dtihl^ NaDi.li liOO
Londi, i llhitiUBtod Naws 14 00
Atlat*^ Mnnthl; 3 On
Blarkwood's Magazine 3 00
11 :t■ |i ir*« M.i«! txiii,' a 00
Sixpentn HtfaUsa    ........3 nn
Kuickerhorkor 3b
I'aciflc M iniMy "" 3 0b
UodevM-adiusBook y 00
Muilcnl Hi>M 3 00
ri)iitiiiptit»t Magaxine  300
Madi\m nsmowSt'i    ontlily :j 00
F. Ltllit'f n«w KamllT Mneaimr  3 no
On int^i-ri' EdlobnrgB  mimal 4 00
Monthly   paper*, tince a   Week fi 00
•• "       All the Year Round 8 00
Tbsck-rav'g Cornhill Magazine 1; OC
London Lancet g 00
.". A   ^ala'i Tnude Bar fl 00
London Society  Ma?ailne t] 0,1
St. Jntneti Maea>hi» 6 00
Edinburgh Review 10 0*>
London   Hi'vieu" 10 00
North British KevfW 10 00
IwtmiiiFttc Ke'^w 10 00
I ondem Art Jryirpa) ..lion
MUtax ^ B» elting Utf 10 CO
Miscellaneous.
H0. 83.
FOR     SALE,
RED LION HOTEL,
GOVERNMENT STREET.
'pHE   ABOVE-N'AMEn    HOTEL   HAVING
1   been upeued hv
JO±3     EDEN,
He will be  bnppy to  meet his  IricncU  on all
occasions, a;i   will f.nnisb tbem with
lbe best of
Wine?j Liquors, A!e, Porter, &c,
and Cigars.
BOAUD AXD LODGING PER DAY, $1.
JOT Bagatelle aod Skittles.
Call and soe tbe establishment.     JOE presides and keeps order. te 10
Is
4  GOOD MARE (IN FOAL), WITH YEAE-
^1   lin; colt   by   her   side.   Will work ia
single or double harness.
Apply at tbe
Office of the Evening Telegraph*
LANGLEY  STREET. ■••
For Sale Es Camden,
AYER'S
CHERRY
PECTORAL,
FOR THK RAPID CURE OF
Colds, Coughs,  and
HoarviH'ss.
BmstnEin, Mahh., 20th I)»c, 1855.
Ds. J. C. Aveii : I'liiiiotlicfitute to say
the tail ivinfld)' I huve ever found fjr
i'"M.'ii- BottneoM) hifluinr/ia.aiid the
concomitant Hvoijiturnaof a Cold, Is your
Ciii-Ruy I'iCTijp.Ai.. ltd coniUut use In
my practice and my family for tliu Uml
ten yeara lm-- ilion'ii It tu posseiH mipe-.
rior virtue! fur the treatment of these
complaints.     BBUM KNIGHT, M. D.
A. B. MOBTLBY, ^.,ofUTiCA,N.Y.,wrlte«: "Ih»«
Mod your Pkctdiul inyaulf and in my family ever «inc«
you invented it, and belinve It tbe best modiolne for iti
purpose ev«r put out. With a bad cold I should soonet
pay tw?nty-tlve dollarx for a bottle than do without it, ui
Uke any other rtrmody."
Cronp» Whooping Conch, Influenza*
tfpRixuFiELD, M18B., Feb. ", 1868.
Broturr Aykr: I will chen-fully certify your Pkctorai.
\t the ta'it remedy wc potmiss fur the cure of Wlirmping
Cough, Croupt and the caHt diaeauw of children. We of
your fraternity in the South appreciate your skill, and
oommuud your roedkinu to our people
HIItAM.CONKLIN, M.D.
AMOS LBB, Kbq.,Monterey, Ia., writes, 3tl Jan.,1868:
'■ 1 biid a tedious Inlluenza, which condned me iu door*
■lz weoks: t*h>k oumy .....dKiiJcs wtUtuOI relief; finally
tnea your I'ictorai, by the advice of our clergyman
The lirrtt dono n-Ileved the soreness in my throat and
lungs; less than one half tho bottle made me completely
well. Your m^dlclum are the cheapest ao well us the l>est
we can buy. and we uUtttl you, Doctor, and your remedies, as thn poor inuti'ri friend."
Asthma or Phthisic, nnd Bronchitis.
Wfbt Manl'Uf.ster. PA., Feb. 4,1858.
Sir: Yonr Cherry Pectoral is performing marTeltotu
cures in tbis HOttOD. It baa relieved nevt-ral from alarming symptoms cf consumption, und in now curinp a man
who liaa labored uudor an aflhOtlOO of the limps for tht
last, forty ycurs. IIKNKV L. PARES, Meuhant.
A. A. RAMBEY, M.D., AUI0N, Monroe Co., Iowa,
writes. Sept. 0,1S55: " During my practice of many yean
I h;,\. (bund DothittB sqtnl to your Cherrt Pectoral for
giving ease and raw to consumptive patieuta, or curing
■uch an are curable."
We mlfeht add vulumes of ovtdence, but the most convincing pnof of the virtues of tint remedy 1* found In itt
effecU upon tnul..
Consumption.
Probably no one renudy bttl ever been known which
cured no many mid such dutflRKll cas«s aa thla. Somi
do human nld ran MMbt but even to those the Chuirt
Pectoral atturd« relief and rutufort.
AiiTOR House. Nkw \fotS ('itt, Murch 5. IPSO
Doctor Ayir. I.'uvn.i.: 1 ttt] it a tbitv ami a plnaHitrs
to inf'rtii yuu what your Ciii.hry PlCTOEAL bus done for
aiy wife. sh« bad bon five moDthi laboring mtdor the
danKenuiA qrnpUHDiofConiamptloBi from which do aid
we could proonn pttt net mm h relief. Bill wsi «t-H»lily
failing, until Dr. Btrong,of Uili Pity, wbort *• huw come
for advioi', r>" ommi'inlfd a trial of font AedlOtflB.    We
UMbbklnduMi aiwadoyour lUIIiforth* uareoov*
•rod from that day, Mie ii U'.t yet iw vtrooi u iha wnii
to ta. but li i:<''' i: nn tier coui i,aod oalli banotfiraUi
Vouirt with gratitude n nrdj
0BLAND0 .-lll.l.l'.V, 'if BbeUTVTUJ,
Ointumjttieer, do DOl daapalf till y.ni bat! Itlti  ATliR'a
Onuuti Pwtoiai .   It i- tnadi by oneol i'i" bt id tnadioa)
eb< '       li tha world, and Ha oura ill und tu beapaok
tbe high menu of its rt] | ■   i ■ itgtr,
Ayer's Cathartic Pills,
rpilK Kta&C« Ol I   M.buie  tuna  lMn
X tiui-.t tbeir uM""' lu produ a thii boat, moal pertbi t
piirpitiu- wiii.-hm lii.oMii to ik.hi. tnntnnarabla pi nfli
are shown tb.it Hk-hh Pjui bava Hii .■ * wbicb mirpawi in
Utoalleuw tb.' i.niiiiiiii Uduoa, ut I thai ikef vrln un-
pTHedantadly upon tin aataau ol -ill noo< Thej an -«ifo
and plaaaaot t" take, but powerful to mre, Thttt p"-ne-
trating pi'operltoi ittmolate tbe vital actlvitlasof Uh body,
remove tbe obotruottotn of it-* organa, pari!) the blood,
and expel dim-ase. They jmrge nut tlie foul humors wbich
breed and grow ili«temper, Minntlite alugglib nr di^>r-
dered organs Into their natural action, and Imparl healthy
tone witli Itrength tn the whole syhtem. Not only dii
they cure the every-day Gomplaltttt Of every body, but
also furmblable and dauyeious diM-iws that Iihvu baffled
the best of human ^kill. While thOy prodttOO powerful
effecti. they ure ut tlie same time, in diminished d0fes,the
Mfent and best plivcie tliat ean  be employed for children.
Being sugar-coated, they are pleaannl to Uke; and bt-ing
purely vegetable, are free from any mk of harm. Curos
have been made Which snrjwuts belief were they not rob-
Btau tinted by men of such exalted ponHoo nnd character
as to forbid the euspk-iou of untruth. Many eminent
clergymen and physicians have lont their names to certify to the public the rtiliahility of my mneuire. while others have sent mo lbe UsumnOOOf their couviction that
my Preparations contribute immensely to the relief of my
afflicted, suffering fcllow-mcn.
The Agent below named is pleasrd to furnish gratis my
American Almanac, containing directions for their use and
certificate* of their cures, of the following complaints: —
Ooetivenaaa, Pilioos Complaints, llheumutism, Dropsy,
Heartburn. Beodache arising from a fbpl SUmnaoh, >an-
etiU Indigestion, Morbid Inaction Of the HowoIb and' Pain
arising theret'i. nu Flatulency, Ijoss of Appetite, all Ulcer*
Ottiand Cutaneoua Dfaaaaea wMdh Mquuv an eracuant
Medicine. Borafhla or King's l'vil. Th>y also, by pniify-
ing the blood anil stimulating tbo system, cure ninny
complainte which It would not be supposed they could
rettch. such us Deafbeaa, I'm :i.-il Blindness, Neuihlgiu and
Nervous Irritability. Dflinmgenienhl of the Liver and Kidneys, Oout, and other kindred complaints arising from a
low utateof ih. body or obstruction of ita function*.
Do not be put off by unprincipled dealers witb some
other pill they make more profit on. Ask for Atlr'b
Pills, and take nothing else. No other they can give
you compares with tbis in Its intrinsic \aJue or curative
powers. Tlie sick want the beat aid there is for them,
and tliey should have it.
Prepared by I>r. .1. C*. AYER,
Vraotioal and Analytical Chemist, Lowell, Maaa.
*"w« 25 Cts. per Boi.   Fitu Bona for $1-
MOORS St, Co., Victoria,
AND ALL DRD0G1S1S.
se-ie
Hosteller, Docker, and logotilora Bitten,
Oregon Cider in bbls. and cases,
'Ian t In casks, balf-easks and cases,
Santerne and California Wblte Mine,
French llcobol 90 O.P.,
Eng. CUquot, IQunm and BoUenger i'baa.
pagne,
tnd In store an assortment of Brandjr
and Llqaors saltable for Ike Trade.
tt\r- Depot of Havana Cigars.
>e 6
EUGENE THOMAS,
Yates street.
Relief  for   the   Afflicted.
THE INTRODUCTION OF
Perry     Davis'
Vegetable Pain Killer
To the Suffering  Ilumani'y of this Age
( has relieved more |>ai», und caused mors
real joy tLan any other one tiling tbat cao
he named.
II   IS  IN
Invaluable   Remedy,
Our first Physicians  use it,  and recommend
its   use ;   tbe   Apothecary finds   it   first
aiming tlie medicines called for, and
tbe wholesale Druggist considers
it a  leading article  of bis
trade.     All the dealers
in medicine speak
alike  in its favor; and its
reputation as a medicine of great
merit and viriue is fully and permanently  established,  and  it is thc great
Family MediciDe   of the Age-
Every Volunteer should have a bot(le,in case
of sudden attacks of Disease.
Taken Internally, cures
Boddtn Colds, Coughs, kc.,
VVuik Sitim it'll,
General Debility,
Nursing Sure  Mouth, Canker,
Liver Complaint,
Dyipepma ur Indigestion,
Crump nnd pain in the Slotnuch,
llmvel Complaint,
Painter.-.' Colic,
Asiatic Cholera,
Diarhcuu aud Dysentery.
Taken externally cures
Felons, Boils, nnd Old Sores,
Severe Burns and Scalds,
Cats, Bruises anil Sprains,
Swelling of ihe Joints,
Ringworm and Tetter,
Broken Urensts,
Frosted Feet uud Chilblains,
Toothache,
Pain in tlie Face,
Seuralgia aud Rheumatism.
TPATlsT   KILLER,
Taken internally, should be tdclterated
with milk or water, und sweetened with
sugar, if desired, or mode 'nto a syrup
with molasses. For ft COUGH and
Bronchitis, a few drops on Sugar, eaten,
will he mote effective than anything else.
j For. SORE THROAT, gargle the throai.
with a mixture of Pain Killer and water,
{ und the relief is immediate and cure positive.
8®- It should not be forgotten that
the Pain Killer it> equally as good to
tuke internally as to use externally.
Ench bottle is wrapped with ull directions lor its use.
Prices 25 cents, 50 cents k $1 per bottle. I ajetm*
<£bcning   (telegraph.
SXJIN3'r)A."5r   EDII'ION.
SPHDAT MORHIHG, OOTOBBR T, 1*6<1.
Our I'roapcct* 1'inlor  Governor
Seymour-
Whatever the future may have in store
for this colony, we kt.ow  that in a few
weeks we shull be under the ruin nf  II is
Excellency Governor Seymour.   It may
not be out of place, therefore, to considei
our   immediate   prospects.    The   first
changes thut present themselves are the
reduction of two Governors to one, the
abolition of a few offices, and the collection^ import duties at the port of Victoria.    So far os regards the curtiiiluieiit
of offices, the country will receive we are
afraid hut little benefit from tho change;
for, under the system of Government thai
is offered  ns,  the  people  will  have  no
check on  official  extravagance, and  we
shall witness the same delightful spectacle
which  was  presented  to  tiie  public of
British Columbia during the last  session
of the Legislative Council of that colony,
of tbe officials increasing their own salaries
We may,  therefore,  mike up our minds
to the fact that the new Government will
be as expensive, if not more so thnn the
old one.    We shall huve a very small re
duction in the offices of both colonies, and
the salaries of the Vancouver Island officials are pretty certain to be raised lo tlie
luxurious  figures of those of British Columbia.    If any ono expects  an opposite
result he must tako a more hopeful view
of hntnnn nature than circumstances win-
rant.    We all know that a wholesale re^
dnction in the expenses of Government is
necessary ; but who expects this reduction
to be proposed or supported by the officials?
nnd yet it  cannot be uccomplishcd oilier-
wise.    Were Governor Seymour a deter
mined man, and one that would  sacrifice
a little of his own weil-beiug  for that of
the public, we might expect him lo take
the initiative ; but a gentleman who hail
no more self-denial  and no more love  lor
British Colnmbia than  to consent to an
increase of bis salary of over a thousand
ponnds, when the colony over which he
presided wus in financial difficulties, is not
exactly the man to apply tlie retrenching
axe.     The  few  peopled   representatives
who will tnlk of reductions will only get
tliamselves laughed at  or  snubbed   for
their pains.    We may,   therefore,  make
op   our  minds   for   a  continuation  of
the   present   onerous   taxation.    In   all
this  we  are assuming   thut our population    will    not   decrease ;     but    nny
one who pays the slightest  attention to
tlie outgoings and incomings of these co1-
onies knows that for the  year 1807 tlie
Government will not have more titan one
half tlie people to calculate upon  wliicli
formed the basis of botli colonies' estimates last year. We shall, therefore, have,
instead of ft reduction, a large IncresIS
per head in thu taxation of tlie country,
and this at a timo when tlio   people will
bo least able to bear it.   As things stunl
at   present tlio  miner of Cariboo—the
mainstay just now of everything—is virtually plundered to support the ini'llieieiii
rule of tlie neighboring colouy ; wha' bis
position  will  be whet)   a much smaller
number of people  hnve got to iiiuiniaiu
the   cumbrous  paraphernalia of a  gold-
1    lace Government, we   shrink from  predicting.    Of one   tiling,   however,   we
may    rest   assured,   and    thut    is    no
revenue can be  possibly collected large
enough    to    meet   the   demands,   and
the united colony, if it will be iu  a position   to   obtain   a   loan   at  ail, will be
plunged still more hopelessly   into debt
Aud what a debt for five or six thousmd
people I    The yearly interest alone will
come to a larger amount than should pay
the whole   expenses  of tlie colonj— will
amount per hetd to nearly   as   large   a
son) as the people of Calilornia are paying
for  tlie support   of   State and   Federal
Governments.   It is true wo shall have
the revetue collected to a great extent
in an iudirtct manner, we shull have dutiei'
ou nearly every articlfc that now, so far as
this colony  is concerned, comes in free ;
bnt even this »Uh the decroused populu
tion will  be  foun4 inadequate,   and thc
Government will either have to continue
the present direct tuxes aud extend them
to   British   Columbia or largely increase
the import duties.   If the direct taxes
be continued  with  the import duties, it
will ruin every business man and lot ovn-
er in the place, and if tbe duties be raited
very much higher than they are at present in New Westminster the object will
lie defeated by tbt Impetni which would
t li ii— he given in raioggl I:-.    Under any
rr.-nnmtnnces the inhabitant! anl tin'
liovtrutii. nt will be bmoghl face to  face
■ th difflsnltieathal cannot be rannoanUd
One of two things will tlivu baft lo lake
place—the people or the Government »UI
have to make a wholesale exuilii-. BptCt
w II not permit nny further consideration
of the sul'ject to-day ; we may, however,
before tfotocludlojj sny t'mt die picturt tta
have so far drawn of Governor Seymour'*
rule is not un exaggerated one, us tlie
inhabitants will discover batatt six
mouths shall have passed away. L'-t any
oue consider fur a moment tho number of
persons that will he iu BrltM OolatD ii
uud Vancouver Island th" ensuing year,
tlieir capacity to pay tMtt, and thi- ex-
fwosive  and   ponderous character of tlic
Government required to be supported
and be will see that we rather underrate
tjan exaggerate the evils of tbe future.
New A mints
Ilrs.   He in
KEEPS   CONSTANTLY   ON   HAND   Tlli-
idlest la-..Ions ia
MILLINEBY
—AT—
Prices  to  Suit the Times,
(;(ivi:i;\UKM'   BCBBBf
ii furl and BroilfhtOO. se ft
ti
VIRGINIA
»l
New Advertise!* nts.
Jesse Cowpeiv
New Advertisements.
Union is aocomp ished and
Producsrs  Protected.
Thc country only can   be saved   by
Patronizing
CAMERON'S I8LAND PRODUCE
No.  18   Fort   Ftreet,   opposite   Mrs.   Ileal'"
Hoarding-liu u.-e.
OINCE WE ARE TO HAVE A TAIIIFF,
O Islnnd Produce will be In demand and In
supply ihe lncrea.-e of oidcrs it has bei
necessary to make arrangements with several
more h niters mid li-lie'iin'ii ; alio Producers
will alvays be abl tu Iind u market l'ur I heir
Kfgetabl sanl other produce, atreasoaable
rates ; whilst consumers earn have limit demands supplied free nf duty. The market
will henceforth be supplied with the finest
Venison, Kish and Game nf every description.
C nni.s nnd Oyster* from the newly discovered beds at Cheinniniis.
Since preparing the above we learn that a
special Telegram hns air veil from the Home
lioi eminent Staling that Chinamen p dlars
are to be taxed S30 per head, per month, mid
knuwing it tu be a fatal shriek to them, the
"Origin.il" will go In mourning fur thc space
uf one mouth, in inspect to their memory.
OM  Y  PAJ6LE  CHINOOK.
oc 7
JNTOTIOE,
Ey Steamship Active,
TOBACCO   &   SEGARS
F 0 B  T HE  MILLION!
P.   CAIHPSEIiL,
Has reeeived   the most celebrated VIRGINIA BRANDS by express from
.New York City,
Twists, Eai'road,  May Flower?
ANIl   I 11 K
DI-LP.il   GOLD   BAR,
Manufactured eijjressly for bim,
AILWriC AM) PACIFIC CABLE TWIST
iinu other Toll ici oi too numerous to
tuci ti >n.
Meerschaum, 3-iar Root
— a SHALL KINDS Oi- PIPBS,
I*layii>£ Cards. Jlalches- -ail
varieties.
Havana   Cigars
By Ihe Cargo or Sample.
S&* Office of C. I'1.   Green's   Victoria
uud lOsijuuuall Express.
r. unreal.,
oc4 ADELPHI SEOAK STORK.
Wholesale and IMiiil Dealer in
'Jjl^iJ     U^J     aSliaJam**'!
LEATHER,
-AND—
SHOE    FINDINGS,
YATE3    STREET,
opposite; wells, pibgo & c<-
At the old stand of Welister k Co., H
prepared to supply the wantu oi tlo
public in his line.
The Latest ^tvhs
Received hy every arrival from Enirlm r
and Sun   Francisco. <ic 'S
The "Grotto,"
opposite Tin; teleuraimi office.
MARTIN    BROS.,
IMPORTERS  OF
Groceries and Provisions,
FIREPROOF BUILDING,
LATELY OCCUPIED HY L'lJOTELIER k Co,
WHARF
STREET,
oc G
THE PARK HOTEL
'TBIS   WELL   KNOWN    AXD   BEAUTI-
L   fully   situated   Ho el   is uow fined up in
tbe molt luxurious   stylo   for   boarders   and
lodgers.      Private   rouins   can   be   bad   for
panies.
A  TMLE
WILL    BE
D'HOTE
AFTERNOON
LAID   BVBRY
AT    5   O'CLOCK.
F,vptt description of luinr-i-incnt, including
music, is provided for the gu< ,,;'-
Ladies nnd gentlAQieD oan Bod in the Turk
llui'-l ii q >mfortftblfl und Inxur oai homo.
'i lie lii'st of vrion mid Itqoon kopl oo band.
Lu<Jii'S cttii huve J'reu use of u pUa<ftflQ nt
town drive.
UuwnliiiK by the week nt low prices to *nit
tllC     tlllM it. I  i    ■>
Alhambra.
BILLIARD SALOON.
cravat ravEBflpn im vites srs.
"CnP-ST-A-IElS.
For a glims  of ciioice  liquor go  to the
" Grotto,"
Tin ie    " NCINF.   BIT   TIIK   HF.BT''   J'OH    Will
Gnd in thi- mono.
Mint Julep-', Hheri'J Colliders— everything
cooling ;
Come ye thnl do thirst, you will find ils
no fooling.
oc2
CHAMPAGNE!
Ni w Advertisi ni.'nts.
HAYAXMJiGARSl
LEWIS &  ANTHONY,
TOBACCONISTS.
47 Yates St., Brick Store
Next io Corner of (jorernment St.,
|<KG TO INFORM THEIR FRIENDS AND
I) t e public in general   ihnt ihey   will con-
Mutiilv irrri.e   l.\ trvrj   .'I'limer a good   »■-
■ o'tiiH.'iiiii <;eiuilnt> > avana < Inure
•mil Ilie II<-»I HrillKlN of i iibiiciu,
Imported direct fortblf market, ho that tbey
are able to n;iM"-ie iviib any br uuo on ibij
I-luii'l. either Wliole.i'ile or R'Miiil.
N.  H—Special   attention will be paid to
Gfitmtrv  ui'l tl,
IIEI.MAX   LEW1X.     |     LOUIS ANTHONY,
oc 2
NKW    WESTMINSTER
GAlfflE   DEPOT,
YATES   ST.,
Next door to  tiie corner of Government,
opposite Zfclner'8 Dru^ Store.
<-|"IIE BUB8CBIBBB IIAVIN'O MADE AR-
X ran^ein'nts to receive froui different
parties the produ c of the itdaud and country
will be prepared to luruish
Game,
Fish,
Fruits,
Ptiullry.
Egg3   and    Vegetables.
Each   and  all iu  tiicir season, at the lowcit
prices.
JAMES   ALLEHL
ocl lm
Entrance on Yates Street-
oc 3-lm
W O T I C E.
ALICE   BROWFS
FANCY   TWIST
SMOKING TOBACCO
JUST RECEIVED AT
A.   F.   KEYSER'S,
Together wiih sonic fine
HAVANA VlQARt DIUECT.
Also on hand
Wine Sip, Peach, Apricot, Mary's Own,
Light P) es8id, Natural Leaf, Buffilo
Tongue, and Atlantic Cable
Tobacco-
JU3T RECEIVED  PER  BARK RIVAL
A Fine Assortment of
Meerschaum   Pipes.
Call and examine.
oc 5-lm
3LYMPIA OYSTERS
IN  EVERY  STYLE AT
A.   W.  PIPER'S,
ANO  THE
Best Welsh Rarebits
OiN    THE    ISLAND.
se 19
IJ1R0M AND AFTER THIS DATE I WILL
;   accept
Bank Bills for Tents
Or for any otlier paym nt.s tn lie made to me.
II.   E.   SEELYIS,
Victoria, V. I., Oct. .1, 1866. o« :t
Queen Charlotte Coal
Mining Company (Lim)
Notice  of   Meetxug.
AN I'.XIllAHHIIINAItV OENERAL MEET-
i ig of   liiii'i-liiM-lri- nl tbia i'uni|i.iii| «ill
be   lii'l'l  in    tin'    otHai  Ot lb* I'lilnpanv, Cltv
Ci.iiiirii Chambtn, on THUKSDAl, ib» nth
duy ul (litiiber, Intt., Al one n'cloeit p.m., fnr
tin- jnir|M i' of electing Dtreetort; m tonn
iliiuliis bave arisen   ns  to  tlio legality of the
election nf the pi-, isnl Hoard.
'I be l-'iiurlli Ordinary Meeting of the Company will be lield ai tbe same iiour and place
on widnetday the 17ib day of October inst.,
for receiving Quarterly Report and general
business.
Cor. Broad nnd Tro'inec ets., 1
October 3, 18GG. |
oc3 J. S. WILLIS, Secretary.
NAPOLEON'S CABINET
EOXJOKIE.
U7E   HAVE   APPOINTED   MESSRS,
URELLEV  k   FIl'ERRE, of Victoiia,
SOLE    AGENTS
Vancouver   Islnnd and   1 ritish
Columbia-
Of our above-named Wiuen.
B.uche #ils & Co.,
at .Mar uil-siii-Ay.
sc ID Champagne, Frntice.
tnarbor^ & FuefFf
COMMISSION   MK1UHANTS,
Importers nnd Whnlesiile Deitlirs in
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS'
I t<X>t K   JIBHl    ShlX'H.
Wh irf street, Victora. V. I. oc '2
1
F 3HI0N MOSiti H LL
ADJOINING WELLS, FARGO ft CO'S,
Ysit<»H    Stfi'ct.
CAHRU'iE   PAINTING
IN  ALL ITS BRANCHES,
Yates Street
Between Delude Engine  House
and Ihe In'.crnationil Hole!.
Work   smlicited,  and   done   on   tbe  most
reasonable terms by
W. II. KEOHAN
oc 2-lra
A. & f. WILSON
Hou:e and Ship Plumbers
CASFfrJTERS,
BELl-HARGERS 4 TIR5MITH
FORT   STREET
All order* promptly attended lo
E<  2
rplIE   PROPRIETOR   TaKK* OUEAT
1   pi"H5nre iii innouncliig ibv nrrlrtl nftb'e
ei'lebr.ited
TKI.MA DONNA &, IMANISTR,
Madam Josephine Berndt,
Who will every evrninj enterlaii, ihe trillion
witn Silei-tiong frnin the most favonto
O I* F It. A. S ,
And the most
POPULAR BALLAIS,
In Engli3li,   French,   Italian, German,
Hungarian, Spanish, etc., etc-, etc-,
Being oue of themo.st accomplished
Linguists and Vocalists of the
Day
In addition tn the talented Madam Berndt
the servici-s of the following galaxy of beauty
have been engaged to wait upon customers:
MISS  MTLROY,      M SS  SWEET,
"      UEVRTES, "     WALSH,
MADAM GKENIER.
Open erery ovening at 8j p.m.
ADMISSION      FREE.
€.     BKOOKI,
oc 1 Proprietor.
Chronicle   copr
Oiicnta.1 Restaurant,
VATKS   STREET,
In conneetion with ths Qrlantal Hotel.
"«1IIS   ESTAIILISIIMEN'T    IS   OPEN AT
ALL IIOL'RS OF TIIE DAY OR NIUHT.
THB    TABLE
Will be furnished with the best the market
affords.
Breakfast,
Dinner,
Supper
At moderate prices,
Oysters   in   every   Style.
Pri-ate Rooms fnr sm dl or large parties.
Call and judge for yourselves.        M 30-lra
"RGU.l THE COMR"
IS THE NAME OF THE
iSTE-W    SALOON
JUST OPENED I.V
Lin l«>y   street,   round   tlio
co ner from Yates slrcet,
In  tbo  building formerly  occupied   by   the
Bullion uf Kiikiiiiaiidt's liurKL.
The Saloon lias b'-en tnsiefully refuted,
and will be supplied with the
P I R i T   q U A L 1 T V   0 P
V/inea  and  Liquors.
The proprietor respeetfu'lv iuviles the pub-
lie io call "ROUND TIIE CORNER" nnd
judge for themselves.
(iOVBltflEENT   rtTUKKT     USTlt.VNCB — WSXT
door lo the Tnlagnpk Uffice.
se 29 JtCOR    11 Hit HI HI EU-
ISTOTIOE.
THE 1iY;l II3TEL,
Wharf   Street,
HAS REDUCED ITS PRICES TO MEET
the time?, and clean comfor!ab!e beds
can be obtains I for 25 ecnts pomigbtor $1 60
per week.    Board $1 per day.
S. HILL,  Proprietress.
N. B —The Hotel is fire-proof. oc 1
BANK  OF  BRITISH   COLUMBIA.
London, 3d August, 18G8.
FROM AND AFTER 25th SEPTEMBER,
18C6, Mu. David Marshall Laxu will
cease to be Mimager of this Bank in tteso
Colonies, and Ma. Wm. Curtis Ward Is
nntborised lo perform lbe duties of Principal
Officer of the Bank in these Colonies, signing
ail documents as Aciing Manager.
By order of the Court of Directors,
JAS. D. WALKER,
se 26-lm Inspector.
2X2PjlA£.0-\rA.Tj.
DR. r 0 W E h L HAS REMOVED HtS
Surgery and Residence tn tbe corner of
DOUGLAS AND BROUGHTON STREETS
(near Fort).
OrFicE Hours—9 A. M.  to  12  M., and  8
P. M. to 10 P. It.
August 23. au 26
IPIR/IIMIIE
Yorkshire   Bacon !
Ex Royal Tar,
teZt
For sale by
FELL A CO.,
Yates street.
* flpbcniitg    (T tit graph.
srrisriDA-v-  >:.di rxc.N".
sinday morning, o'.niMiEi: t, i-, ..
COMMERCIAL.
NIIII'I'IMi   l-V I II.I.K.l.M   I.
NBTornoToiiu, rancourm uland
Oct 6—.Noue
otutn.
Oct   6—Scbr   Nonpareil,    Stephen*,   New
Westmiuster
Sip Alice, Harris, t'uivi. linn
A Sau Cask.—a scene was enacted yei tl t
day iu front of the city gaol tbat created
much feeling among those wbo witnessed il.
Mrs Carey, the unfortunate wife of Maurice
Carey, who is confined in tbe gaol fnr arson,
applied ycfiierdav afternoon fur mini s-ion. a
baving beeu customary to allow ber in vlilt
bim every Saturday. Carey, however, ou
account of somo InsubotdiMtibn end insolence which he bad shown to lbe ollicers,
had been placed iu solitary confinement, ami
bis poor wife was therefore refused ber usual
privilege of visiting bim. The Unhappy
woman, who has become almost demented
through ber troubles, after pleading in vain
for admission grew frantic, and throwing
fcerself on her knees before thc pri.-.n door
poured forth a torrent ol Invectives'against
the gaolers, ihe Ohlef Jo ttle*. tba Governor,
etc., and with piercing shrieks vowed lbe
would poison her.-ell and all iicrchi dren ihat
very niglit, and thus put an end tu In r woes.
Iler lamentations and trident distress soon
gathered a crowd of pympatbltlng by-tland-
ers, 'ind Attorney Gene al Uoul knnllv went
lo the gaol and arranged for her admission.
Hy ibis time she had ilisn pear, d, nil it wa
bared that vlio might bate tail violent linn Is
upon herself or h.-r children. Iu abou -n
hour, however, tbe again approached ths
gaol, but persistently refused to pply again,
and placed herself a i the 11 li C wli.i. I « n re
sue appealed to the Qevernor mil Ihe Chief
Justice as th-y drovi- past from tbe Enter-
prise. Q.-neral sympathy wis el pressed lu
the unfortuuale woiuan in li-r de p dlltreas,
and a strong feeling was evinced ngalnst the
acti n of (be police authorities iu (bus shutting he out, iu reality punishing ber in -te . i
of her husband. Looking at the circutn-
stanees of the ease iu regard lo the sad
position of the poor faithful wile, wli ise
unwenric'l devotion to tbe interests of bet
busbnnil has beeu so remuk .ble, as well as
out of consideration for the young anil helpless family, we think Carey is a lining sit'■ j. c-1
for executive clemency, and wiiild ihi'ivf.r"
suggest tbat be he pardoned. We l.m-.- no
douln that if ne. ess.iry enutber pit tlon,
signed by evciy resident of the city could ..!
once bo got np praying for bis roll
theso grounds.
As Ono Hand. — Cii.ulrs Uiulx, alias
u butch Obarley " was charged by Sergeant
Ferrall yesteid ly muriiing witb stealing ST, a
coat and pair of shoes from George Coleman.
Tbe complainant, a reepeotabfe-lookjag young
Slim from the Fleet, said be was in Bverett't
hotel on Friday, and bad two drinks, after
which be was asked to sin,, a lung : In- did I i
aad was served wiib ag'aet "f brandy nud
soda, after which he kni'W notbing more till
t found himself lying in thu back passage i
minus coal, sh .es nnd money. Allied blpley '
testified that be.n^' attracted by teeing lome
Indians Mund lie looked down Into Un' pottage
and ttttt tbe prisoner Crnix taking the shoe-.
offCulem iu's feet. The mag Urate told tbe
priann.-r that the evidence inn tat) Itronx
against him, and unlets be pleaded guilty be
would have to send bim up for trial, wben he
would doubtless get 111 ur IS iiioul s imprisonment. Uruix accordingly ple.nl ■ !
guilty, and sentence was deferred one daj to
give him a i bance to make restitution of lbe
stolen property.
A   It rrir roa inr. <)vi.;u..-.su Rail
Dr. 11. (jllpiti I. icy wiitet us of the discovery
of a  new tnd 'lirou.b
for a rallr ad.    A  party  cf three  men. Including  a   lurreyor,   w ,.   .- m   om   from
Wliiiii.v   lihnd,   tin- Government   supplying
; ih- hade, tbt ie.-t being rt
mil  afier I s   they
li urn! a pal* which oil  N Ven  great 'ncilities
through, iu,.I
■■  mi "i thi  In i hal -mile nt   be
west si.!-,   wbli li  la steep, it i. a .-
'■     The   pa--. H   th
Uii.inl,,,-   |'„..,   ,   r Ihe   li.-ad-watirs of
ttt   Ii.iv.-r, and   17-1  mllei  bom  tin-  r. -
lumbia    I .- .-ii rej .;■ found lin- l! .1.
in plying nu i titles on  i ie    ' idg tt am! its
tribuiarbs, in one placl the pan.
The   ludl in near the  Columbia   river nre
found  well   sdveoced   iu  civilization;   one
chief named " W i| ii., John " had a g rd*-
of 10 arret,  raitli
tweet pot itoee, eucumbere, melon . m ,
and other ve el ,
Tub II. I!. 0, ExflCRtioe.—The stealer
Bi terprlte returned yeaterday tfternoo i with
ihe party of exctirtionitti who left b re on
Tfcnrtday last Tb party -'. i e BO in number
visited Ports Angelot, Townteod,
Olympia, and Steilaro m, landing at the 11 I
 ed place an I proceeding to .V qually, tbe
ll B i ..'- poll in l ni region,where tbey were
cute lameil hy ibe company's employed, am!
I a very pious,nt time. Every horse
and vehicle In Stoilucoom wai placed in requisition to carry the party 011
- vim mmuss it.*
CoartDlRATS   DlLBOATIt.—W.
ip Ipert   Unit   tlie   lion.   Mr.  Tilli-y of
New   Brunswick, and Ilie II  n.   Mr.  li y ol
Kova Scotia, bave been the guests of Lord
Carnarvon at bis seat iu Oxford hire, an I
tli.it ibe Duke of Buckingham mnl Ilu- Grace
the Duchcn hid Invited tbe delegnl   j
lb - botp ti.liti s of tbeir county scit at S o . e
for a week.
Tain Keebletaud Dib, two Skttdget river
Indians, were arretted by Constable Taylor
lost   Friday   charged  with  stealing  a  new
double-barrel pun, the property of Bulet k
Co. They were remanded one day for further
evidenoe.
Bxporti oi COAt.—The quantity of coal
ehipped Irom Nanaimo during the patt montb
wa- I-Itinj Ions, of which 2il'2 Ions went to
San Francisco, 2:m_( ions to tin- Fleet, ami
tbe remaiuder io Victoria.
Lirtssiso   Coi-iir.—The   regular monthly
sessions of tbe Uoeoalog Court Wat hi.
Kii.Uy, A   J Pemberton, Beq , and Lumlty
Franklin. Btq., Jlayor, ou tbe btm b The
following licenses were gianied : wholesale,
J llruubauin; retail, S lillaia, liti-li lavern ;
JT lluward, Union Ilolel, Eequimalt; I! I
M.Donncll, Leech river; R Jobnion, Monnl
Ararat Hotel, Leech liver. Transfer : W II
Wheeler, Verandah Hotel, lo It Slrifpion.
Temporary permission to sell for one montb :
L A Bendixcn, St George Hotel ; Peter
Matthiesen, St Nicholas Hotel. Notice of
application at next sessions was given by J
Buckley, Orleans House, Cormorant street;
Jcffree and Mills, Union Hotel, Blancbard
street, and Reed, of Humboldt slreet.
Naval.—H. M. S. Malacca, dipt. R. B
fldfield, arrived yesterday morning, 42 days
from Callao. The Malacca is of the same
class as H. M. S. Scout, but rather smaller,
and has recently rec-ived a new armament of
13 heavy guns, chiefly breechloaders. She
will replace the Scout on this station, the
latter vessel sailing, ns we previously stated ,
fn Monday. Sir Lampion Lorraine, flag lieutenant of IT. M. S. Sutlej canto np by tbe
Malacca.
Passhhgers bv tub Annvt,—The Chronicle
Cf>titradic,ts as " untrue " our report of tbe
"umber of passengers who left by tbe Active
last trip. The Purser of the ship told our reporter he would cany down 5) passengers,
snd just hefore the Active sail d the steward
"sted that he had to provide for one hundred
tnd thirty. We are always ready to stake
"ur veracity with the public against the
Chronicle'*, and bave no doubt whatever as
to the result.
Most* Found.—Yesterday, betwpen tbe
Police office and Wharf street, a sum of money
ia gold.—Apply to tbe Supiex.iTENDtsT of
Police. •
SriAVBiAT   AociotHT.—Capi.iiu   [rving's
steamboat Onward mot  with a disaster last
I reaklng ber shaft and the cylinder
lien,!-. M .1  j.dug nsljore near ChllllWack.  The
R-!i.ii"-'" wel ' i" '" .  1.--1-I '-.
I'n; siiwh.ms Chcbcii Di loe service will
be held in ilie I-'ir-i PrWbyterlar Church,
I> iidori ttreet, to day, morning a il evening.
Rev. D. Dull', nf New tVi-sliiiiii.-lcr will occupy
the   pulpi'.
DlLCOl  E OIKS  Co-   Mr  Tbol. Gelger hat
■-.-ii il foreman of thia c >njpany, mnl
Mr. Tims. Wilson 1st Assistant — bulb aclin-,
energetic firemen,
Tin- Annoi ttlon Que*tlon<
'/':, tht Kildur nj ihr Evening  Telegraph .
- m ,    I have ii-ml  uml  heard u (tooil
ilo .1 all in   in- ti"negation of tit's colony
t.. lh-   United  Si hi s ; bul v,, \n,r I i, ve
-I-. II   ml  ll-.i-.oll  till ill   '11     Mi.I.v       ; ||nt     III!'
tiling is iinp'a 'tic I'le. ll. It .-1 .1 ' (
-mil.'   that   Bu tl n I «>!l n.'Vi-r ^ive up ■>
".i 0 iy. I i.ceil lint . av tins Is silllpll
Imsll !      Kllgllllld Will give lip line ;it,i|     i
ill her cu' ■ * io ii i    euiia liar, and * ill
retain 111"in «liile li Miila lirr i lie qitrt
I on u lib in ■ Knglleh peiip .', as n is in.w
ii H!i nl. si i Ihle i Minns, lile qoiiiiun
nf proli nml loat. It' Knglaud can add
tu ii r in i r a. | !•"- inly i ntl li - n h n
excuses by ret a iii ing ilie colonies the
w HI ii ian them : if sin- i-mii.o' no tiiis sue
will sninl ilie'ii uiiiil: aaaoon as po<nliie.
'I'm' I iiu r, I believe, It   iho   alieruai ».
which iniiv pn  s Itself io  ilia   linii-ii
eta teaman, tlo fur u> we of Vancouver
Inland are oooueriiod 1 think oar dettinj
is very clear.    We ire  no twe whatever
to I'.nglili.il in I'lii" I p. ..in, nml we
would In- (Wallowed up by lim Aur rutins
in tune of w.tr. Looking, therefore, ill
t it-  matter  in   a   ni litary llgbi wo arc
worse than useless lo llic moiher
cuiifiiry Tbis is tlio great reuson, 1 be.
lieve, why nol a single furtilic ition but
been erected in either colony ; it would
he merely throwing money aw.iy
Now whut nre the ques ions li fore the
British (loveeiiment ihe present inoilleti
in wliicli we are iuten tied f The San
Ju.in uisjuiie nml the i- ui his of Uie United
States in connection with the privateers
diir.ntr ihe recent reb. IIion. Tne former
question, which is to be urged io a ile
c;6 oti the coining year, I am afrniil. Wiil
ne decided in favor of the Americans ;
for tlie Kugli.sh Government seem to pu.
lit:le value upon it. Ontehowejter lei the
United Slates Government get hold of
San Joan, and Vancouver Island will lie
cut off from the mainland, mnl rendered
helpless, lint ;he war claiuil of the
Federal Government, it woultl appear,
are also to bo urgod the ensoinn year
What the Kngltsh Government think of
tbis matter may be best gleaned lioui the
answer of Lord Stanley, the Secretury lor
Fori itrn Affair*,to Mr. White in the House
of Commons. "The Government," said
Lord S aiiley, "felt most anxious to remove any feelings of irritation wine .
might still remain m tho Amer.can mind ;
and it was  intended   to   issue   a   Itoval
Oommissh n iu i nqaire into I t op
of Ihe   neutrality   laws, aad what
.      The
time b.iii not bean m-ed dnr»
but if t  ci  Wl in a'.' iiu ill ."■ I   th   0
uiei.t wou d ;'ivc tbem the uu-t  bruiable
ruiiou.'1
Now, »r i tliiuh tnls is j,-
rant.   The   English  Government desire
0 in- on Ihe 111■..' Iriei dly ti   ■
United State*— bey u. -n•• to amend ilo
'i ii i..   tjl  : IWS— I!.- y   ih s r..   to   'iv.- t, i-
" most  favorable  consider itiou "  to the
Aim-r-i'iii i la in-.   I i,e,-,| no  aay tl     |
neutrality la«s.  lor  the sake  of Itr.iisb
e iiii'.ci'. mini be altered.    L wo lid be
rn min- i prival rs were allowed lo issue
fiiun Ani'-reiii pur1.- lo prey upon our
mercantile m.i.iie any time we might
h.ppni in ii- o»gagfd in war with any
|i i*«r. Hut in | ur io bave tli»»e n m-
iralny laws pi iced on it more benede nl
looting we will inui' to do whut tin-
i in -n Uovermnenl is nrepured lo do—
.-.   the principle ot the  Am ric n
cliitus    It it the policy of Great Uri i
o do ih s . ven ui  a li.-.-.v\- co«t.    Well,
in"  prmcip e b. ii."- reeogniked, tbe qhet
tion :u i-es a- to Uie Binnilllt. Tuts in
pdl down at jd5,60!),0O0 end upward .
No.v ut-.' tbe bugiish people Willing to
tux themselves lo pay this or auy such
sum il they can avoid ii ? Already'he
rupoi.il on hat bee - pui forward by t ■
ill.-lie ui   IjOVe-hU)' nt   m a scini-nffleial
form   ibrtiiigh   the Goviiunii-iit organ in
•■iv   Vo ii,   that   Vuticouvi i I- mi i 1.1
lie  setepti d   us  an   <-(|inv il. tit   for   the
el. 11- of   tlie  United S t tea.    11 tliere
ill) prtsuii   iii   lbs  uollliuiibity 'Viliu   he
neVi - t   .1   t  - ii li ii piopiMiliuii lie  made,
and 1   believe   u   »,:!,   til it thu i nglisli
•■ iple will Ti.-t. use iheir tax ition to jm
off -ui'i it el.i tu as tn.i »It ch i- pu
.rn iv.inl, il Uny can gi i. out ol ", by
I'.-lnnpii-bi g hi i-l it .1 it ... .t Which Hii'""
o'liin- of   I .cm   lion.'   not dug,   und  tb
oilier lonriti care less '! 1 -,.- by yum
piper  that Alien ihe D   B I e me u
1 .r li.M'i.s.-i'iii, in ii a word was taitl, • ur
i| iisiii.n a-!; u uboiil tin- colony in eitlu i
House nl 1' ih. ii- ni. Is it hkely thru,
in.it, «... shall Huddeulj jump i ita nu t n W
Importance tvln u the American cin ins . r*
in.ote,    nml   in 11   John    U.ill   will put Ii s
band into In- breeches po ke , uml
declare with lliemrol a self-saer Being
ami indulgent par.nt us in is—"Ther"
uike your $ 13,0 10,000, but never ask
mo to relinquish that cnlu-d, prosperous,
..ml polled Island of Vancouver V Ii
tn- doe- tli s we shull be more attend d lo
in Ihe In.nn—tl  lie do.s Ibis ne shall no
 f"  remain   lnlo\v   the   notice of the
members ol the British Parliament, nor
in- I. I'i lo lim individual attention nf
uoveriiur beytoour. If he dues not we
snail be handed over to a power that will
convert onr ugrletltural and mineral
wastes into great sources, of actual
mttiltii, und make Vdnconver I.-lund,
tvlmt it ought to be, the most Honrislimg
place on the Puciflc, The eosuing ye.limit thereforo decijo our fate, one way or
the oi her.
I' -    lOPOLlTB.
t i»i <  ul \.)li««-i.
R-cmot*l.—Vetere. Bolomoa li       I
...
;■    |
(total.   Tbi y hart ree Ived, ex
1 00   I.-"I   o-i,   a    tiln-   ....   I tin- :i-   ol
indei     '     .   s
-ell lower tt.au a .y b u.eiu town. Q •
a call.
Mb. Diost P
| Ing ■   -I "min/ I': I .
. may  be left wi h
ben ft ('artwtll, Stat
et, or al
■ .-t. *
Atsxaxoaa's Gloves— Uettis. J. II. Turner
tt Co., I. Imi  llo'i... have recei red t
by   BstWeSt  from   Paris, a lull  a--nr'-.
lezaa : I
lb.-y lire Co- sole il/eil S   it:  \'.i   r.'.i-    I   lead
and British ' lumbia. *
a
ei
y/:-
Ayer's Pills
■
la
i arte-
'f«UUl»
■ rtli^«»,
is^ FiLte
.,- neri.
- - .
thi howeli,
: -
:nt«.
Fm.scti UtLtivsar—The mill
ment at London Hou e it notv undertbi
agemei t Df a only who arrived by
er from Pads.   J. II. Tcufss k Co.        *
Tint    I lib U' Sts*.  tJiiff.
in the Edito ■ nftlis Evening Telegraph :
Sm,— h'.-r six duys ii is  he i olo till ..
loll ki-pi    up   ti   con iiinoOa   hou 1
alaiiil that publi m < tl g   renei U ns dn
by ilny the one . ry,  '' ii.-..-on, ii. n-• n.
And i oa- as tin-- i«ft|i word hus li . ii  11
... a.. ti t|uit., i,I en eriounh loi   - v t .      .
Woman    ..ml   i .-i'i   iu lite i o ui y in h  v,
in-,1,.1 It, pert ipt i: • w  i-     .-:      ; i-i.!.-
llll.-'s    I. il   Inn: |0 I - - U.'l      « ill   C '     1
to eul ghten ih" pub ic
of   lin-    iiia-ini   li e   liin.ii i;c   he    hi Brd
nl  lb t  ilrc uiu,   nn 11 ng        I c ni
    -.   ■ d tlmt ihe six   liumln il
;    , nighled beings   »: ■• atti ndi d ihe
■    igh i"
omeov i i ir llittntelves truth frum fulse-
hood, or' vi n io .-nspi ct tbe re il popn ar
fet Hug of il"' wdii in'" in i n mutiei
un |i r ronttder ttlon ; it »-I'. then fore, he
    ,■ . ,|  : ■ al of kindness If Mr,
Uiguiin, or s .tin- of his scribbling assist,
nuts «il| devote another **ek to explain
ing ihe nalore of the "treason" t ia|
Ins been so loudly mouthed 'n tlie
week ihat is past. And ns one ol
those who i!i sire to he enlightened,
I will tnkii the liberty to su-r 'si
that as the fa-ling nf the Colonist
d- Chronkle town'.Is Mr. .M'Clure nml
Mr.  Vouug is pretty  much  noderstood,
any    further   abuse   of   ihoSC    I ntor oils
fellows be raspended until the nnture of
i Mr offence hns been »s ahly eX|tre*sed
tis has in-oii  exposed  'he hideonswen of
their p-ist lives     ol COOrte I in ml imi add
that the course always advocated hy the
olou of the CoUmiat <r Ckmnieft bus been
s i cnu-isieiit Ihal no 6ne can be found lo
ilon'il hfii veracity on any matter that
concerns the public interest.
Fi.un'.;i.v.
The people of Genoa nre rather grimly
signifyiny ther discontent nbout. the
naval defeat at Liasa, by petitioning for
the trial of Admiral Persaoo by court-
martial, 'ns wits Bone In the case of tlie
Baalish Admiral, John Byng.'
Charles CJickens writes tb a Mend in
this oity, that ii w 11 he impossible for him
to read'in America—Us engagements in
Europe being so nunj' rous.
Mr. Napier, lately nppoinied Lord Justice cf Appeal in Ireland, has withdrawn
his acceptance of the office, in consequence
of the popular criticism on his deafness
Roitowtr'i I'm   —ni i-iosi   ut n..W-, .; .
— I b -i- iii.I--;..'-   »rt . . vi I-,   -"-.t. ., .1    -     ,en ...   t
■ i . in -.-   itrmh ,'" f.: ill,,   |t   -'.
IC   1...-.a th it   ' ..'!i et ot.n.i hii    (liiiilitej ■!•-
.- .1 n  the ,...-*. n    of -   ..     .     -
'.   ..   !-. or ."I--,    it- l-tfr,     I   ...sit^t    It
t' - Wn>\. mnl Unit    ll..ll.ov.,i'»    I'Hi ra .   «;.< 1 •■: l,ei
«   t mtd **t   ,;     "•   Ther cnnn nt ts*
;.     .. rtfg |atri']ri'-f, niter.nt, i..  ..-.  t,|   •   :.   .|
it i tb     t*       ...
t«ni 1 ..r u . I ia        .. - .. lol       ciltr Oi ie ii.II ....
■, tsiloo   ill  ill- li-ri in
fr IPO.      .   li. w  )'    -,  ■ .-   I. n\    I),  it   :.    aye. III.IJ
MliO.i    ■.    .   In  .01.       ' e t!';^.   lh- bl
—II e .,;. r   praol Cl l<-   r .01  .     u,
.1 : , iii 1.I1.. .1 aud . Ill it|fe.
A   N'ltlV   ano   tig AS D I'.POCII   IX   StlDICISI I—
Dr   M ig^b I i.   It-  1..mi 11   ol  ii a »■   .'.':    ,
■; annus, u i...
■ml doaei   -. -. . nl.- tin  Itumacb   n- I   . ■<■ .!\ /.
Ihe '   ■■■.-     it. .1 lylre pn   1
     Ileittli tnd appetite, a      I
-im- tu   uro  "t bis  eitraurdlnsry   P -
cures the nn.-' ii. nl.-i.  . ■;•-. .-.   i:
.    1.is .1 oin-intnl not  a I healing Is:. ■       '1
1 iv . yreal -  ■ •- iii-- m the D ictor     re fiist rn
tier-t-.ti be tt' reoiyped nn--t- .,. ..t
'■v.     Hv r  ".liiniiy   i-nre-livM   ;.   ,. 1'   p.|
ni ' S   ;\-i-   : iye nne-o-i   1. .- i-y.--    I
10 Iti    Ifii iem y   ..1' On- (-11 call
■ I upon wh cb 1    . 1   ••>  . 11
i.1,1..lit   .1- |n :;  ..t      M    tli I'i   !'       ire im ..
. I.-  .   .     Ibal  ire -ii nl ...vi t by I   1  In I. -.. 01
.-I  vi hi'-h e en box   tni   take .an -
-->iut ■ in- " ■;!    ■   .   .....ti....      0       n1-   IW"    -
M iggiel r P II- -villi-.--   lo 1 luce tin- h   -
ni- li r. lone tit.* slo'iia -0.  Te 1 .-
t< .1 render t '■ ipirits 1-;      ■
anl I    Tliere is mi ariplng ",,-i uu rvocl
tb" f'nrta   of  consi .iiiinn.     If tin-     ivet
lei-te-t. iM fnactlnnt i -■  re ll ire III t' e
nervous system it feeble,  tl  is  t v;<...-;i ■
This last   quality  make* Hi-  medicine,   ve.
deiirable   tor tin'   minis   nf delicate  le
i m nnd ertiii'ive .|i   oi  -  n     i . ■-. \
exttagaithrd   l.y  toe ditlnfeetanl ,r<   • r
'- S live,    In fact, ii is II"'-" .;■     -..
t     it:--*  Eli  Ioiin. Jti   tCjili
ami   Ullirih -:i    1*1 •«   ii"'"   wnere
, ,   ,..|i.    Wnile fir   Burnt, Soil     ,  Chil
i.' i       ,    CUtt   anil    a  I    titration*    ot   ' In-   -    I
Mnurglfl'* Hal*    li  Infail hie    8
: iibl  11 Pine   iree   Ne •  V nk, and til
» , ... .... -■   per Im.x.
to tlieir
it) ttl-ds
■
■
. i. vvurtb/
.    -• Imrv. been
I mo that llii-y aro
l ti>iy
la
■ itdns-
■ 1 TIJ-*
■..I-.)!- t
New A.Kviii-.-i.ii'iii-.
NOTICE
(L.   BULEB   &
7>rv :,•.'.   "•.'. i;a ies1 a;    oe
■    .-hi .p-.
Ictni-dand ret
GOVI RNMKNT   PTrtR'
te U"'-i to
.
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C.'.tm
Oovrrnmen!:   strcc.,
II.-a en ' 1 is  Ki •
■ '  .   -
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Fou J
y ■■ i /■
0|M 'i tii ■ i ■■  ■  ■
pvneti "j
piii-tj    t'., iti   i . ■  i
Uie tt mtd;.
I      ■ Jr. Ir  ■
tt'il   <•   " I  r.   '
;
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m"nul!v IbOtid "-'■ OWtt *il tlin c
pUniL-, ■ ; v. hich
Dysentj'tiv —Di a :;-:r-:\ — B&LAX.
From Ur. J. O. '■
*'Yiur !' " Hot, Alld T
t'l l.tiieerar
f.itiinJ,   Tbeir i **tt them
ftll excel!' i tl
- rati <-■•! tbem
table _•■... i ot vti.tut.ii iktid
chllii n.'
INTERNAI. OB>TSVCSriO I KS8ION.
From Xrt. L. $tua>U   ' ■ - , . '    < nt l!i-lu.ifg
'•T find oorort* -1 ■ . -    - •. at tha
.tl ttxrts-
..:,.:■.   i :
ftxtuul rodi ■    itttytsm
to |Mi: !. -'.       ■ . - .auother
to my iiatieiiw."
Constipation — C
; . '. -
'•T"i< mu
w hare r-mml them
pro laiminR
It far I suffer from that
Bomplaliit. whii li, • : ■ (ho pro-
gonltor of ol ■ enest to
i li.at organ aad
eiiri the dli
iMPritliii     ■ " SCHOFOT-A — KliY-
B1PELA8 —Si — TL-MOI13
— ItlU
■
"Ton ttttt rij.1 t,l "'■"■'
pn ■
mrproctlcp   ndnei
'l ti-\ iti mnl ■    th Impurittai
thai  Itagn ittt iu tli ■ '    ■. -.    'Ihey
itlinulate tho .... .illty and
vigor int" il	
"guchn ;"n::ationiJ benofit, and
-■
Fon Hb au ache—Sici — Fori. Stomach—I'n.!:-— DEOPI \ — ■ U ■ :■•-.■*—iA:iALVJ»IS
—Fits —*c.
T,:,if D . / '■' "ore.
" DrM>. Dr. Ai£lt: J m vhoi c-mplalnta
i | tmyaU that wt
, 1            i ■
tnoi "tt an effectual
uue and I il : Pitu «Bted ■• 1b« but
we have, 1 of com
43- Most Sfercury, wliifh,
although t\ .-:..■■
iti ii pnl   - :    -i  in -
ijk-'hM' i In BO mercu
ry or mineral tlul■--;WW
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
mtfar*
nn'v and caw.   It    i         indprol IM by law from cum*
i.it. gonntMi
wtthnal id nl                 I '  ■■' BWdy tho
nary com-
plalntaj ftn    ■■.'.. :■ \tma, Cti ,t,
• . .ii-N, end
ror Uie relief ol ■
I t better
...
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tbia i - ' " i lnd»ed .-.!■
n    ■ ■ d
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; '    ' •
v
I
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I
nr n any
nchcinedoM
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Prepared  by  I>r. J. C.  IVKB,
PEACTK
;.owi;l:..
-IMI    .';'.!/..-'    |
I
■
< v -.vi.I be
ll on a I e <i
V r i c <1
slewed
In or Ou' of Ihe bhell-
■|.''ii nt nil hours.
tc J.i-lm
•I. Ii. Bl
NOTICE .
i i i,   PERSOlfa   ii a vim;  i i, vim-
. i   .'-.nin-t the und
Item within 30 il.iv- from
Al' peraont in.i.-litv-.l to tit - un let
Iheir acconnt
her li;- note or utlierwi.-v. or ii. ;■
t e g ven  to mv Attorney foi
Intend to 1. ;..e for Burope.
; ; t.t J. W. KEYSER.
FOR      SAJLE
'pivn   0R0VER4 BAKER s
I      MACHINES,     fnr   bi'tivv   w.-irl; :
Staffer's Machine, Xo. 2, fur fine and
work.
All the   gno.-l?  pertftinintr to  the hul
including cotton goodt, Licking, pulu,
other goode too numerviue io » mei
The  ttbove will bo sold for less than cost
u it bin t.'i duvs.
Temis—Cash or npproved N"..tes.
— AI,t-,l-
Th" entire stock of Crockery, tlnrdware
Fivriiiture, Fancy Gnods, &c,. on the tane
terms es above.
All goods unsold after 30 duys will be s Id
At auction.
tel6-ltn J. rr.  KETSSR.
' '    .'
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II  w   ( itl-
-
-
or rn rt-
■'
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:.. LXTHOXr. Seen
H. M
■ EWIS,
r    '  -
,i v.
i ; t.on.
WE.W BUTCHER  SHOP.
IHos. 2. Townsend
1  iiTH.IC THAT
lie will re open thc
Ui ii r o k :i     ^1 s« f k c t ,
QOVBRVMBKT   STBBBT,
Adjoining the  Masosio   llcanixo,
Wbere be hope-,  bv keeping t  good art'cle
nn 1   by  striv'   una tivn  tn business, to
merit n share of tbe public, pnlrnnage.
/se L'C-lm Facts   and   Scraps.
A  Cat.cui-Aiixo   Wife,—A   husband,
with a matter uf fact wile cuu'.ri .tiles tins
to ihe Drawer;—I wi»» ridiug out the
other treDIDg with tny wile, who has not
u particle ol poetry in tier OOaposition.
Oalliflg her atteiitioti to some c-luiida, 1
d I ited on tbeir beauty. Shu looked at
tin-in attentively, and I hoped thut
1 nai producing au impression Al
last the bpoke, mid 1 limc-iitd. Sin-
teemed Tcry thoughtful. ' Yes, I'd like a
pattern of a new silk dress just like them.'
I was confounded and silent, while she
continued, witli a sigh :—' But such u
dress would cost all of live dollars a yard,
aud i dou't know bet more.' 1 spoko to
tny horse nnd trotted on I feared that
the next thing she would ask me for would
be mouey, she is so practical.
Madame Bonaparte, widow of Jerome
Bonaparte, si.ster-in in-law to Nupoleon
the Fiist, and aunt of the present Emperor of France, met wiih a painful acci
drat in Baltimore, on Monday evening,
August fllb. She wus descending thc
main of her residence when, by a misstep
she fell forward, breaking one of the
small bones in her right wrist, and bruit
ing her fori head somewhat. The injury
is more painful than serious, and three or
four weeks may be required to fully restore her to health. The Madame is advanced iu years, but enjoys remarkably
good health ; ber mind is as SI cur and
strong as it ever wus. > o serious danger
is  apprehended.
An English magazine writer speaks of
a game which ' they play at Fiance,' in
which certain members of n company ure
entirely, concealed except their eyes, aud
tlie rest of the party are to identify the
concealed persons simply hy their eyes.
Tlio difficulty of identification is iucredbly
great, and it is found that the most intimate friends cannot recognize each other
by what is considered the most expressive
feature, the rest of the countenuueo and
figure being concealed.
A Diamond Wedding—Silver weddings are not uncommon; golden ones nre
rare; bul tho rarest of nil matrimonial
commemorations is a diamond wedding —
seventy-five years husband nnd wife 1
Perhaps the most remarkable wedding
anniversary on record was lately celebrated
at Olmutz, in Bavaria. The parties were
married iu the year 1791, and were nol
' then very youug. The fete was given
the husband, a landed proprietor of the
place, whose age was one hundred nud
three years, and his  wife's ninety-seven.
During the recent sessions of the Teachers'Institute, iu Euthland county, Vt.,
while Prof. Adams wat endeavouring to
illustrate the manner of teaching uritli-
metic, be took up a small globe standing
on tbe desk, nnd asked ;—' How many
units in the globe'1 Answer—'One,' Taking np bis hut, ' How many units in soy
bat ?' Answer (by a naughty boy in tlie
audience)—'Shake it and seel' Tbe
Professor was taken down.
A French gentleman asked a Hungarian friend in Paris whether the time had
not come wheu Hungury could avenge
herBelt on Austria. ' Ah, mon cher,' replied M. de S , ' we huve  had our
revenge ; we have given then: Benedek 1'
The general, it seems is a Hungarian,
and fought against his countrvmen in
1848.
Upwards   of  20,000   persons   wire
present ou St George's Day  at tlie un
veiling in Sydney of the  Bronze cast, obtained   for   New   South   Wales,  of Mr.
Theed's statue of tlie lute Prince Consort.
New   Advertisements.
New  Goods
EX   "ROYAL  TAR."
THOS. WILSON & CO.,
Invite attention to their
.lew Stock ot WINTER
GOODS just arrived by
Royal Tar from London,
consisting  of
FLANNELS—Welsh— Twilled Saxony
J'lain aud Fancy Colors
DITTO — Canton — White and Unbleached
BLANKETS—All sizes
BALMORAL SKIRTS
FRENCH MERINOS—In all colors
Hoyles' Prints, Horrocksos' Long Cloths,
Linen and Cotton Ticks, Sheetings,
Quilts, Drugget Squat eB, Grten Baize,
Hollands, American Leather Cloth,
—AND—
A General Assortment of Goods suitable for
the Autumn and Winter.
Tho?.  Wilson &  Co.,
MASONIC BUILDING,
«Ori'lK.\.«i:\T    STREET
se 20
NEW BUTCHER   SHOP.
Wm. B. Townsend
BEGS TO  INFORM TIIE PUBLIC THAT
ou
SATURDAY   NEXT
He will re-open the
Eureka     Market,
GOVERNMENT   STREET,
Adjoining   the   MasoKIO    BttlLDINfl,
■Where he hopes,   by  keeping  a good areola
aud  by  Btricl attention  to business, to
uierit a share of tho public patronage,
sc 26-lm
Tho Crack   ftlark>man  of the
World.
Private Angus Cameron, 5th Inverness
Ride Volunteers, Scotland, wus the winner of tho Queens Prize of £2f>0 and
tho Gold Medal of tlie National Rifle
Association at Wimbledon thin year. 'Hie
ranges mere at S00, 800, nml 1000 yards,
at which lie mudo C'J points, Time
were 60 competitors, of whom Captain
Bnrre, £9tli Kent, was tbo second best,
scoring i!6 points, Private Cutnonn is a
good tptaimeo of the active Northern
Volunteers. Only 19 years of age, oft.
6in. in height, and wearing tlie kilt, he is
the model of a Highland light infantry
skirmisher. Two years ago lie became u
Volunteer, and in liis first year's service
ob'ained tbe Mnrksm-m's Bdge, but
never till this meeting shot with any other
weapon than an Enfield rifle, or at a iiinge
greater than 800 yards. All the additional information that it is necessary, or
indeed possible, to give is that Privme
Cameron resides at Kingussie, Inverness-
shire, and acts as an assistant in business
His seore of 69 was in excess of his mos
fortunate rivals by ito less than 3 points ;
and, in further proof of the excellence of
his shooting, it may lie added that the
gold medal last year wns won with 64
points by Private Sliannan. Private
Cameron is a strict teetotaller, and nht
even the solicitations of Iti.
moment of victory cou
abandon his priucipl
way of compromise, a draught of ginger
beer, 'tlie little gillie,' as many of try
countrymen affectionately called bin
modestly made liis escape from ihe Scoi
lish camp by a buck way, only to find o
returning to his own marquee that soar
enthusiastic friend had posted up in letj
ters nf giant size (he announcement that
here was the abode of the ' Champion o\
1806 1'—the winner of £?.h0 ami the,
gold medal of the Association.
ircciuiiijier, ana not
I of his friends in tlie
:ould induce bim Jo
iles.   Accepting,  Ipy
LUMBER
k     LARGE ASSORTMENT   OF   ROUGH
Ix.   and dressed for sale cheap,
J. ROBERTSON .STEWART.
Vietoria, V. I„ 20:h August, 1866. se 22
REMOVAL.
W.  HEATH OM
BjfcjBEGS  LEAVE   TO  INFORM  HIS
fjjn   Iriei-.dj  and  the   public  that he  hus
removed his
Boct and Shoe Store
To OimtnsMttNT sTnitBT, two doors from the
"Colonist ami Clironi le" OHiee, whore ho
will continue his Root Making busiucss.
BOOTS AND SHOES MADE TO ORDER
Of the best materials and workmanship.
N.B.—Repairing done ai shortest notice.
Be 2.1
ti E-OFEjsri^ro
EUREKA CONCERT ROOM
ODER THII HlItlGEI!F.XT OF IHItS. til LIMES.
'PHIS MOST FAVORITE AND FASHIOV-
-*• alilo place of amusement having been
entirely re-dei-orated will re-open Tliis Evening Bt 9 o'clock. Mr. Ned Reed, the famous
Banjo Player will be in atiendance to amuse
vi.-itors with his minstrel Songs. At the Bar
the best of case Liquors and Havana Cigars
will be dispensed.
Open every Evening at  9 o'clock, admission
free. ee 24
J. H   Turner & Co.
GOVERNMENT STREET,
VICTORIA, V. I.
LONDON   FIRM,
J. F Tunstall & Oo.
LONDON    HOUSE,
September, 18GG.
We hare received by "Ttoyal Tar" and late Express arrivals a
great part of our Autumn and Winter Stock. It comprises as usual a
full assortment of Staple und Fancy Goods.
Linkns, Cottons, Prints, Damasks,
Blankets, Flannkls. kc,
Dress Goods, The New Linseys. Serges, Merinos,
Poplines, Plaids, &c.
Shawls—Rich Broche, Wool. Himalayan, kc,
Ladies' and Children's Underclothing,
Mantles, Furs, Hosiery, Embroideries, Lace
Goods, &c.
Millinery Wreaths, Head Dreues, a beautiful selection
of Bonnets in the Lamlialle, 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.
Thc above goods have been selected by our London partner with great
care, and will be sold on most favorable terms.
Re 21
H.   Turner   &;   Co.,
Agents for Alexandre's Kid Gloves.
An Appeal  to  the Citizens of
Vic'orii, VI.
'PHE CONGREGATION E.MANU-EL OF
1 Victori.i, V. I., in meeting assembled, this
dav, Saturday, Sept. 22d, 1866,
Resolved, Thai the aid of our Fellow Citizens of all Denominations be -olieited through
the fallowing authorized and duly appoiuti-d
Committee. And tbat such Committee endeavor, by every means in their power, to
raise funds whereby part of thc debtor mortgage ou the Isruelitish Synagogue may be
cancelled. Knowing the liberal views nnd
generosity of the citizens of Victoria, the congregation has not the sijhtest doubt (making
due allowance Inr the dull:.ess of the season)
that their appeal will meet with that rcspon-e
which the exigency of the case requires.
A. JACOBS, President.
L. ANTHONY, Secretary.
H. M. COHEN,
LEWIS LEWIS,
D. MlIRl'SEIt,
J  W. KKT.SER,
tt2t Committee on Subscription.
A   Triumph   oi    Science
—AND--
THB  LIGHT   OP   THE   WORLD
DR. MAGGIEL'S
PILLS   & SALVE.
1 bene L fn-gWmg r-medi-'* nr* now, for the fir t
It r, g v- |ml»l civ to t'i >v T'l For n\'er ai|Uhi t^r
fa i i-ut.uy oi pri at  practice Iho infjredi hU [mime
Life-Giving Pills
H«v be o used with the nre'tent miTdc, Thfir
niisel hi in n tony o r vent fa «n . but tn ure
They -e rrh n'j ill varum mil «li by h ch tlio
pfttl<Hit i» flittering nnii re DVtgUMtt** t t I'ltm
lj«|pm, T th" « bi! nnd inrtrin » .ew ih bc oftheio
val nr le I'll.. b v\ill  rove tn be
A VERY FOUNTAIN OF YOUTH,
{•'< r In ever*1 ea*e t>y aid naw life aft<1 v.ta ity, a <l
e»t>rwthew di ge ■ .^le- tn ihur rttiiue il te. T
ihe \o tig nn ml ill ftA tiny will py \« ni'^t n
Vrtiu ti», ■•• a .... y opi.,.iii,. 1(,„| 8tcr in: medio ine,
ere i.-a dream mallced thit P noMe-Eera houxit.
for three hundred yi aw ngo. and utter f "iii. p
look d for il i ii. tain that would rtslure the od t<»
v i.'.i'i- aud make i outb ever
An Eternal Spring"!
It was left for ibis d-iy nnd bonr to real'ZP the dream,
and nhuw in ouu glorious fool Hie n.u.it: tbat ,. ut\e
it fair.
THESE  FAMOUS  REMEDIES
Cannot stiv th'1 flight nf yean, but they can force back,
an imlil lilmii, dtfOMM bat tni lit tri inpb ovei tne
ng d and tbe voUDg, Lei ii"ne lie*iUte then, but
miZii tbo favorable opportunity ilutl uiVi r,. Wheu Ulteu
a& precciibed—
For Billious Disorders
Notblncrcan be nrnri p-oducliee of cure tban these
1'ilN. —llu;ir alinunl in fta iufln-'iice 1* felt at o i |
tuui the uiual ci uc luituuta uf tbia ni< it dUtrelliliff
ilu'-tiBe nr- removed. Tln.--e i cnndica are nude irom
the i'ureit
VEGETABLE COMPOUNDS.
Th j will not banu the mnitl delicate female, and
oa ■ bu itt • n wiih ,,"i .1 ttttiX iu preticribed doneii to
tlio youngeitt babe.
For Cutaneous Disorders
And all eru tl'<n«of tht akin, the SALVK 1b mo-t in-
■i .iiiu'.v It doea n t lu-al xleinilly alun ■, but prne-
tr tn with the mu-i n arditug elf Qt| to thu vory root
of ihe evil.
DR. MAGGIEL'S PILLS
Invariably cure the following Diseases i
Asthma,
Bowel Complaints,
Cough*,
Cold ft,
CheBtM-euea,
CofltiveneFH,
DjtpeptW
Dianh -a.
Dropsy.
Dj.ility,
,  „       . >"everand Kgi t,
female nompliint*,
lieadacbe, ,
Iudiir ttlon,
loflneiu,
Iuflamin >tlnn,
Inward WenkneRn,
Li' it Cnm;ilaii.t,
Lowi.e-". ofSpirltB,
RinjE^'orm,
Rlieuinat am,
salt     benm,
Botldk
Skin Di^eaneR.
W VOTICE.— one p;e'fine without the enerared
trade-mark    r.vmd ertfh pot or   box, nlgne<l bv DR. J
Ai Ol I„ 43 Fulton Btreutj Niw ork. lo onunterfe t
win   li is Iflotiy.
W ^>ld hy ill reBnectnble Dsal«rB in edtdnea
thrnuxhoutthd United S.atea and Can Ca—at 25 oenta
per box or pot,
A. C Langley & Co.,
Afjents for Vuncouver Islaud and British
Columbia.
Ml
Cow For Sale
A   COW (AND .CALF SIX WKEKS OLD),
i\ warranted perfectlj  gentle.     Price $55.
Also, a young Steer,
Apply to
sc20 O. NIAS, James Hay.
Dissolution   of  Partnership.
NOTICE.
'|HK PA11TNKR.SIIIP IIERETOFOHR EX-
I istinp; betwci-n Tltomiis Napier Hibben
and Jiimes Carswell under tho uainn or firm
of Hibben 4 Carswell, hai been this dny dis-
sohed by u.uluiil consent.
Tlie DUlItlMI will In future be carried on
by Mr. T. N Hibben, who will pay and receive all nioiuy duo to or owing by the lato
firm
Dated this 13th day of September 1866.
THOMAS NAPIER I1IBHEN,
JAMi-.S  CARSWELL.
Wi'niss  to  the  signature of Thomas Napiei
hibben,
Ceohok   PlABKIl,
.•-olicitor, Victoria, V. T.
Witness to the Signature of James Carswell,
Rodkiit Bishop,
Solici'-or, Victoria, V. I.
so 13-lm
ERITxSH    PERIODICALS.
The London Qmrterly Kev ew (Conservative)-
The Edinbu- gh Review (Whig)
The Vv estminster Review (Radical)
The North British Review (Free Church)
Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (Tory)
Tho tbir lWiewi rt.puMlllltd l»y Mi-«^r«. '■'ftnTT *c
Co., nr.* i/fni-ml y ni slilniu us the lin-Bt R^vlewt,
aiu HUrkwoou nn. beta Jmily i-Uiti-rf In. Ihe nine
rink. Whn. ver iltoiien-e* willir ndili.. |in liciut'iii<i of
ttilida.*, wh tevcr mHi ue Iii. -euwral l..fnrm itinti,
u- ii-■■ij li--intu'"i t "i I t'tuirt the time ill wlneli lie
Ivei.—and in It.eBe timi'i a pr,.-o--tniiv .no. ytt **rj
farliol-ini. Th-y m iy lie eail and »tud)eil Willi h<i-
vanta f by ihe people ol IhlH co inli-y, oi nvery cicl-iI
and party.
!«*- Bl.lCKWOOH ll nniiBii.-ill.- attractive at this
tnin' tn Aiiii'ili-ans,not only Tt Iti scrl I artlctPB by
ilUtliiiulehed wrltert of noil n. bul for he accnunt nf
the lai..- civil w r, now being wililei by C I. \on
Bnrk.-, aUi-'tnanonici-r, Mot. ''lull  m (tin. J. E. II.
I mirt   nl iti.- ConfiMlerate ntin>.
TERMS   FOR   1886.
For anyoni. of the llevlmvfl tl per annum
Fi.ran* two of lim Itovlewa  7 "
For auy thr. c of the - cviewi 10 "
Foi all fnur nf the lluvb-WB 12 "
Fna Hlackwo ii'l MajHiin*  4 '■
Fnr Blnckwond and  i-nu Bevl w  7 "
For Bin kwi.od and any two of Iho  lle-
Vi-WB ...10 "
For I l.ckwo.d and three or tlio l<Hview-..13 "
For Bljukwond and the four t.oviewi 10 »
CLUBS.
A discount of tioenty per cent wi'l he a'lowert to clnb»
cf four or more pereons. Tuns, fuur c plea of
Hlankwi'od. or ofoni* evlew will be went tn wis address orftl2 80. Four copies of the four ileviews and
BUokwood, for $48, and uo on.
POSTAGE.
When sent by mail, the Tostaob to nny part of the
Unitid t tea wi'l be ut twunt, - four cents a year for
" lack wood," and but eight centa a year for each of
the Keviews.
Reduced Prices for previous years-
Siibncribprs may obtain 'he Rfjivlnts immealately
preceding 18U6, as Tollt ws, viz.:
lilaekicootl from a"ptem*-er. 18p4. to December, 4365
inclusive, at the rate of $2 50 a year.
The iVor^i British fmm Jtbnary 1813, to Peremhor,
1 ^ 65, Inclusive; tlie Edinburgh,   nd Hie Westminster trrtn
p il. 1864, to Deceiiiic, 186', inelu [ve, mid the
London Quarterly tor tht- yenr 18 5, nt the rate of $1 .10
a your tor each or any   evl w.
tf& A few ci<pfeR yetti-m-in of all the. four Reviews
for i8C3 .it il » set, or .*:1 £-0 for any one.
m:o\iu»   SCOTT   &   CO.,
Publishers, 38   Walker Street, JV.  Y.
L. P. & 0o,, 11 so puhli sh the
2?A2\Hs/LF2R.S C3-TJIDE
By flEN-Y PrtoiglHI, nr Edinlinrgh. nnd the la.e J. P.
Niiutun, . I T li- nllcue. 2 vnl«. Iloyai Octavo, 1600
p-u-fs, ii d nmneiou. Eugraiin^l-
Price |7 for the two vo'timeti—by Hail, twit paid,
t» 0& an !»
TUE  ONE  1II1NG   WANTED.
HOLLOWAY'S PILLS.
The Blood.
These fnraone pills ere so composed thn
they operate wholesomely on the siomach, Iho
liver, the howils, ami oilier oi-^ens; hy correcting any derangement! in tlieir tuni-tions
whereby a stitaily supply of pure materials lor
the renewal ol the Blood is lurnishrd, and a
constant nbslrnction of effete products is effected. This perfect circulation thus become!
the very fountain of health and lile, and overcomes all form of disease wherever ils situation.
General Disorder* of Ibe Liver
and Stomach.
All who ever iudulge a' '.able, either in eat»
ng or drinking, should take about ten of thes-
(anious pills at bed time, from which will re»
suit a clear head and good stomach the full >w-
ing morniug. Thousands of Ladies are al-
ways complaining of sick headaches, want o
appetite, want of enorm, and want of strength,
Io correct nil these evils, three or four ol these
Pills should be taken twice a week, when ihey
would give the invalid .no health anil appetite
of a ploughman.
Females of all Aires and Classe»
Obstructions ol any kind, either in young
or those between forty and fifty—111»■ moBi critical pel iod of life--may be radically remo'.'?d
by using those Pills according to the printed
direction! which ncconipnny each box. Toun&
persons with sickly and sallow complexions
may have the bloom of henlih restored by tht?
corrective, wlieli purifies the blood and expels all gross anil impure humors from the6ys-
tem. Uewaro then of the critical age Iron
forty to litty, as it sends many thousands to
premature grave,—these Pills should be takei
it tbat period of lile two or three tin.es ,
\eek
Want   of Strength and Energy.
Persons of sedentary habits, or those troubled in mind, working iu Factories or Coa)
Pits, who cannot obtain that amount ot frest
air and exercise which nature requires, suffer
from weakness and dclility, lowness of spirits
nud want of appelite. Al) such should take I
lose or two ot thetie Pills every three or font
days, as tliey art gently and ell'ecliinlly on tb»
system and impart vigor and energy to th»
body, which is always followed hy a good
appelite, sound and refreshing sleep, and »
high How of spirits.
For thc Cure or Dropsy.
Tbt c 111 cry of Holloway'a Pills in Dropiy
is extraordinary. Th?y act with such a peculiar effect upon the system, Ihat the fluldf
causing thij direlul complaint, are peiceptlbl
:a-ried off and prevented from any lurthel
BCOOmu'aUon. The sufferer regains a buoyancy of spit its and rejoices in a completely
renovated com'.itution. It Is indispensably
necessary that lbe Ointment should he most
effectually rubbed inlo the complaining parta
during the whole course of treatment.
Children and their Ailmente.
In no country in tbe world are more children
carried to an early grave than in Great Britain.
Coughs, Measles, Scarlatina, Pevers, and other
jiscases attack the little sufferers, and death,
but too olten, follows at a rapid pace ; yet if
at the first stage ot these complaints, parent*,
were to have recourse to Holloway'a Pilla. all
danger woulf be avoided, for the stomach
and bowels would oe gently but effectually
cleansed bv this miltl aperient; the depraved
niimors correctea ana tnesecretions duly regulated. A perfect cure would toon be effected, and the "ttle patient restored to sonm*
health.
Holloway' Pi. r are the best known reraody in th
world fa the fallowing disrate!:
?old »t the Fmntullluntnl nf Pmlenpor Holloway, til
strand, (near TVmi'le Bar,) I. n.lon ; als- by all reipect1
aide Drogiris's and Dealers in Me icinesthroughout tb!
civilized worid,at tlie lollowinc piici-n— Is. 1#., 5. Bit,
»s. 6d. Hi., IU., and S3». (act box.
Ague
Asthma
Billious Complaint.
Blotches    on   the
Skin
Bowel complalntB
Colics
Constipation of the
Bowels
Conmni] tion
Debility
Dropsy
Dyaentry
Erysipelas
*„*   There
Femalo  lrregular-
^lle.
Fever of all kind.
Fit!
tloilt
Head Ache
Indigestion
liilt.iliiin.iltnn
Jaundice
I.ivcr Complaints
Lumbago
I'llea
ttbeumatlsm
Koicatlon ef Urine
Pcrofu'aorKlnji
Evil
■'om Throat!
tone and Grav!
Secondary Symptoms
ic-Dolorcux
Tuinora
Ulcera
Vonereal     affto
tlons
Worms    of   *
kinds
Weakness     from
whatever causa
a considerable  laving by taking tbi
irgersixea.
Directions for the iruidi nee of patieuts In every dlaor
der nro afilxed to ench box.
Pbinted and Published by MoCldbk A Co. *»
the office, Langley Street.

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