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VOL. I.
VICTORIA,   VANCOUVER   ISLAND,   FRIDAY   EVENING,    OCTOBER   19.   1866.
n
the
EVENING TELEGRAPH,"
I'L'm.l.lHKK
Everv   Ereniug at  4  O'Clock,
(Saturday aad Sunday evenings excepted.)
also iriar
SUNDAY    MORNING!
TKKMI OF  SUBSCRIPTION I
'er Annum, In advance, b/ mall, 110 00
'or .ix  month,,      SOO
er W-«k, pajrable to Carrier        IS
ll.fli.Ul mi         j0
for terms of Advertisement applv at the
Offlce. Lanjley Street
ISO. 94.
New   Advertisements.
REMOVAL.
W.  HEATHOM
ht
BEOS LEAVE TO INFORM HIS
triends and the public that he has
removed his
Boot and Shoe Store
To (.iovernkint STiiKKT, two duors  from the
t' Colonist and Cbronirle" Oflice, where he
rill continue bis Boot Making business.
BOOTS AHO SHOES MADE TO ORDER
Of the best materials and workmanship.
N.B.—Repairing done at shortest notice.
se 23
NEW   WESTMINSTER
GAME   DEPOT,
YATES   ST.,
Next door to the corner of Government,
opposite Zeluer's Drug Store.
THE SUBSCRIBER HAVING MADK All-
rangements te receive Irom different
parties the produ e of tlm Islaud and country
will be prepared lo lurnish
Game,
Fish,
Traits,
Poultry,
Eggs   and    Vegetables.
Bach and all in their season, ut tbe lowest
prices.
JAMES   A.LLEH.
ocl la
TJ.N IVERSITY
WASHINGTON TERRITORY
rpHIS INSTITUTION WILL REOPEN'OX
I the 17tb inst. Pupils ol both sexes received, wbo will bc expected to lurnish their
own rooms, which are provided in separate
buildings, free of charge.
The   Expense   ot   Boarding   and Tuition,
without incidentals, will  not exceed $(0 per
quarter of 11 weeks, payable in advance.
For farther information address
REV. GEO. F. WHITWORTH,
President.
Seattle, W. T., Sept. 1st, lues. oc 11
HAVANA CIGARS.
LEWIN &  ANTHONY,
TOBAOOOlSriSTS.
47 Tates St., Brick Store
Next to Corner of Government St.,
BEG TO INFORM THEIR FRIENDS AND
tne pnblic in general that they will constantly receive by every steamer a good as*
sortmentot Genuine Havana Cigars
nnd the Best Brands of Tobacco,
imported direct for this market, so that they
nre able to compete with any hr use on this
Island, either Wholesale or Retail.
N.  B'—Special   attention will be paid  to
Countrv orders.
HE1MAN LBWIN.     |     LOUIS ANTHONY,
oc 2
LIST OF ARRIVALS
At the Mount Ararat Hotel during the months
of June, July, and August, 1866.
June—His Excellency Governor Kennedy, Mr
William A G Young, Mr. Benj W
"Pearse.
Jnly—Messrs Jas Wilcox, F Dupray, Jas Reed
Macadam, John Dand, Louis Phiipot.
F W Alwood, J R Ford, E 8 Hatch, Sir
Jas Djuglas, D Fraser, E S Whittiug-
ham.
Angost— H E Beelye, W B Btronach, J
Robertson Stewart, Thos Lett Stal-
schmldi, Roht Barnahy ; John Nicholson, If M Titos, F W Green, Benj W
Pearse, Acting Surveyor General, R
Homfray, H 0 Tiederaann ; James Mc-
Cntchan; Wm Denny, Wm Wilson,
Joseph Hilton. R D and J;.Kenneth Mc-
Keniie, Jr, Wm B McKenzie, David B
Blair, Chas Redlera, Oku Kent.
■•4-lm
 New Advertisements.
LINCOLN   HOUSE'
Cor- Washington and Front sts,
PORTLAND, OREOOX.
iv. c. .nrriliiKvwx,
Of  the   St.   Nicholas   Hotel,   Victoria,
HAVING TAKBX THE ABOVE HOUSE,
wishes to announce lo the public that he
is now piepared to accomodate guests in a
satisfactory inunn-r. Noihing will be left undone, which is iu the power of the proprietor
to do, to render gueslB comfortable.
Portland. August 24th, 1866 oc 14
THII
EVENING TELEGRAPH
NEW  BUTCHER   SHOP.
Wm. B. Townsend
BEGS TO   INFORM THE PUBLIC THAT
on
SATURDAY   NEXT
He will ro open tbe
Eureka,    Market,
GOVERNMENT   STIIEET,
AdjoirNng the  Masonic   Building,
Where he hopes,   liv keeping a good article
and   by  strict attention   to business, to
merit a share of the public patronage,
se 26-lm
THE GREAT KEMEDY Off  THE
-AGE.
HOLLOWAY'S OINTMENT.
The   effect   ol  the   Ointment   on    tbe
System,
To the very coe and centre of all disuses
which affect the human body, this remarkable
prepara'ion penetrates. It disappears ucler
the friction ul the hands, as salt disappears
when rubbeil u,ion uipat. The unguent performs ils healing errand rapidly, safely, aad
without pair.. simple eruptions, open sores,
li inl tumors, rcroluioiu developments of all
kinds, nlicesses, cancers, old wounes. and, in
lact, every species of intl iniinaliini end suppuration, whether In tbe skin, the flesh, the
glands, or among the muscles, can be .'.rresteb
iu ill destructive course, and permanently
carol wiihout danger by rubbing in this inestimable Ointment. ,
Hail    l.eftn.  Bail   llri-«*ln,    Sores,   and
l 'in-.
In many Hospitals in Europe this celebrated
remedy is now used for the cure of old wounds,
sores, and ulcers ; in Spain and Portugal, anil
in many parts of Italy, the lirst Physicians re-
regularly prescribe its use. lt is a soverelgr
remedy for bad breasts and bud legs; and like*
wise lor all skin diseases. It is to be found In
the chest of nearly every sailor, soldier, iiui1
emigrant.
liii|irmliinrles   ttt   \ 'oath ;     Mn. h   and
Ulcer..
Thc above class of complaints Is surely  re-
coved   by   nightly fomenting the   parts witl
vi nn water, and then by mosl effectually rub
oing In this Ointment.    Persons siilfeting Iron,
these direful complaints should lose not a mo
ment in arresting their progress.    It should in
understood that it is not  sufficient merely lo
smear the Ointment on the  affected parts, bul
it must he well rubbed in for somo considernbli
time tw.i or throe times a day, thai  it may lie
taken into lbe system, whence it will reinov
only hidden sore or woind  as effectually   a.
though It were palpable to tho eye.   Dread and
water poultices, alter ihe   rubbing  in ol tt
Ointment, will do great service,   Tlii« Is th!
only proper treatment for females in cases cl
cancer in the stomach, or for those wbo »ulli(
Irom a general bearing down.
Piles, Kl.nila., Strlelare..
Blotches, asalsoswellings, can with certaintj
be radically cored if the Oiniment bs used
freely, and tbe Pills be taken night and morn,
ing as recommended in the primed instructions
When treated in any otherway these complaint.
Duly dry up in one place lo break out in an*
ither; whereas this Oiniment will remove thr
humor from the system, nnd leave the patlen
i vigorous and heallhy being. Il will requir.
.ime, aided by the use of the Pills, io ensure
nsting cure.
Illptlicrl*. Bronchitis, Sole Throat.,
Any of the above class of diseases may be
-ured by well rubbing the Ointment Ihree
limes a day upon the skin covering the throat,
chest, and neck ot tbe patient. Tho unguent
will soon penetrate tbe pores and give immediate relief. To allay the lever and lessen tha
inSamation, eight or ten Pills should be taken
night and morning. The Ointment will pio-
duce perspiration, which is so essential for
remo-ing fevers, sore throats, and those oppressions of the chest which arise from
Asthma, Bronchitis, and other causes.
Both thc  Ointment and  Pill,   should
be need   ln the following Cases l
Rh-urantlim
l.'r.l.i.
J Bore Nippl.l
S. reThrnst
Skin dine..'
Scurvy
Sur. Ueadl
Tuinnr.
Ulcers
Wound I
V.*t
Md«t t'e Istibllshmeiit ol Pkofimjib houowa
III, str.nd, i.ear Tempi* B.i), London ; alio l>j- .
,-BipecUblt) Druggists cad I v.l«r. In Medicines through
.lit il.e civilised world, it the following prices Is, 1 >*d
I M. 4. ed. 111., S3., and 83a, each Pot.
*,* Tliere . . considerable saving bj taking the ln>»i
lies.
M B.—l)iree*loos f'Tlhegiil.tance of Patients in evei
disorJer are affixed to eaeb Pot.
tU<lI.«gl
Horn* (Cjrna)
Bid BrMUta
Gtxncert
Bum*
C  ntr»rtr<l         uric
Bunion*
Sti fl Joints
01 tool VtohChf-toet
Klepli intuits
and S&nd-Fltee
Fiatulu
OCO-b»T
Chiegb-toot
Gout
lilan-lnlar    Bwel'
Ifnga
;hilbUlfn
li 'tntapi.
Chapped EUndtt
PflM
GENERAL
Job   Printing
c
ESTABLISH HEAT
Langley Street, Victoria,
The  Printing    Office
or th« !
EVENING
TELEGRAPH
Office ia replete with every appliance
and variety of Material for tbe
Execution of
LETTER PRESS   PRINTING!
In all its branches, whether
Plain or Ornamental
Miscellaneous.
An Appeal   to   the Citizens of
Victoria, V-1
T'HE CONGREGATION EMANU-EL OF
1 Victoria, V. I., in meeting assembled, tbis
day, Saturday, Sept. 22d, 1866,
ReBolved, that the aid of our Fellow Citizens of all Denominations be solicited through
the following authorized and duly appointed
Committee. And tbat such Committee endeavor, by every moans in their power, to
raise funds whereby psrt of the debt or mortgage on tbe l-ri.t-litish Synagogue may bs
cancelled. Knowing the liberal views and
generosity of the citizens of Victoria, tbe con-
( gregution has nol the slightest doubt (making
due allowance for the dullness ofthe season)
that Iheir uppeul will meet with tbat response
which the exigency ofthe case requires.
A. JACOBS, President.
L. ANTHONY, Secretary.
11. M. COHEN-.
LEWIS LEWIS,
1). HHIHP8BR,
J. W. KEYSER,
Be24 rommi'tce on Subscription.
'piIE OFFICE AIMS at securing
JL met speedy Execution of orders ns is
consistent with correct and elegaut Work,
■nsnship.
Orders received for Printing
Books, Business Cards,
Pamphlets Invoices,;
Catalogues Bill Heads,
Sermons, Trade Forms,
Reports Circulars, (Plain
Rentals, Coloured,)
Leases, Hand   Bills. (Plain oi
Law Forms of every        Coloured,)
description,
For Prices,   apply   at the   Offlce
Langley street.
General News Agent
J. Stratman.
EMPIRE NEWS DEPOT
Cor. Washington & Sansome st*.
Sati Francisco.
THB ADVKRTISKRis prepared to supply
with punctuality and celerity lbe annexed
newspapers and periodicals npon the following
terms All orders, lo receive immediate attention, must be accompanied by cash remittance,
and handed in previous to tbe 4th, 14th, and
24th of each month.
London Dnilr Timo J14 00
"      The Vielii  U00
"      lllinlml"<ITIlnr  7 00
"      Weeklv Times       100
"       Belli. Life in London 14 00
1      Weeklv Dispatch 140C
"       111. Nrwinfllie World 1400
"       Public Opinion  ' 51)
'      Indei (Kreelmde) 14 no
■      III.  Sporting New* 8 00
"      Spectator  ll un
"      Ri-lew  1400
"      Snturdsv Kevl«w 14 00
Publt- Nation II00
l/iil'lm Illustrated Nswa 14 00
Atiint'c Monthi; n on
Dlarkwood'n MsgMine 3 00
tt»rp -rV Usttllne      3 00
Sixpenny Majrixiue 3 on
Knickerbocker   — .1"
r»fiBc V >nl*dy •••• 301/
(lodev'.l.uliej Boot 3 00
Mini'nl Ron too
Continental Majraainfl. 8 00
Madam Pernorest'" ' onlhl? 1106
V. Leslie's new KamiljMagaiine  3 00
Chambers' Edinhnrgh  oumat 4 00
Monthly  papara, One. *  Week 8 00
" "       Alltha Tear Round 600
Thaokerae'aComhillMagaiine S0C
Lon4on Laneet 6 00
3. A. Sala'a Temple Bar 8 00
liomloQSociety Ifagmaloe too
St. James Miik-Mine 8 00
Edinburgh Review 10 00
Ion.1'0   Review 10 00
North British lleview 10 00
/Vestmiti'ler Ret iew 10 00
londou Art Jnurpal 1300
llinirj It  Smslting Mag.. 1000
AYER'S
CHERRY
PECTORAL,
FOR THE RAPID CURE OF
Colds, Couffh*,  nnd
Hourseiiesn.
Brimpikid, Mm*., 2*»th Dee., lflf>6.
Dr. J.C. AriB: IduDothefillateUiKaj
the l«ait mud}! I iuxve erer found for
CoukIii, IIoarMaeM, Infltlfliiui, ami tbe
concomitant nyinptoiiM of ■ Cold,li yonr
Chuiuv Pectoral Iticmiitaat uh iu
my prncticn and tny family for ttio lut
t';ii yoan htm *bo»n tt t>> poateen onpe-,
rior Tirtuee for the treatment of thcie
comptalntii.     K1IKN KNIGHT. M.D.
A. B. MORTLEY, Ebq,, of Utica, N. Y^ writee: »I Un
Hied yoiir Pectoral mymlf and Id my family erer sine*
you invi'mi.hI it, and believe it tbe best medicine fur it*
pur-pom ever put out. With a bad cold I should eoonn
1' iv twnnty-flvn dolhtnt for a bottle than do without it, Ol
t.iki' any other remedy."
Croup, Whooping Coaich, Inflaenia*
HfBlXOriELi), Mini"., Feb. 7,1866.
Rrother Ater: I will cheerfully rertifyyour Pictorai
li the Ih-hI remedy wo posMM for the cure of Wliottpinq
Cough, Croup, iiiiii tbe ctient diBearnis of children. W« of
your fraternity in the South appreciate your skill, aud
commend your mudicine to our pi-oplp.
HIRAM CONKLIPT, M.D.
AMOS \X.ts, Esq., MoNTnir, Ia., writes, 3d Jan.,186S:
" I had a tedtons Infliiftiza, which conAned me In doora
six weekM; to.>k tnitny medlclniM wit limit relief; limilly
trli«d your Pectoral by the wlvire of our clcrjoTiian
The first doso relieved the soreness in my throat and
lunpi; low than one half the l«ottle made me completely
well. Your meilicines are the - )nn| »•• t as well as the butt
we can buy, and we esteem you, Doctor, and your reuie*
dies, as the [K>or man's friend."
Asthma or Phthisic, and Bronchitis.
Weht Maxviiedtir, Pa., Feb. 4,18fifl,
Sir: Yonr Cherrt Peitoral is jierfnrniiriR marveltoui
euros In this section. It has relieved several from alarming symptoms of consumption, ami is now curing a man
win has tailored under an affection of the lungs for tha
last forty years. HENRY L. PARKS, Merchant.
A. A. RAMSEY, M.D., AttMV, Motrin Co., Iowa,
writes, Sept. 6, lSfifi: " During my practice of many years
I havo found nothing equal to your Cherrt Pectoral for
giving ease and relief to consumptive patients, or curing
■urh as are curable.*1
We might add volnmea of evidence, but the most convincing proof of the virtnet of this remedy U found in itt
effect! upon trial.
Consumption.
Probably no one remedy has ever boon known which
cured bo many and such dangerous cases aa this. Soma
no human nld um reach : but even to those the Cherry
PccroRAL affords relief and comfort
Aftor House, New Your Citt, March 6, ISM
Dottor Ater. Lowell: I fee] it a duty and a ploasnre
to inform you what your Cherrt Peitoral has done for
aiy wife. She hail l»*en five months tailoring under the
dangerous symptoms of Consumption, from which no aid
we could procure ^'ave her much relief. She was steadily
foiling, until Dr. Strong, of this city, where we have coma
for advjiv, recommended a trial of your medicine. We
bless bis kindness, at we do yonr skill, for she lm* rirnv
trad frmii that day. She is not yet as strong as she used
to be, bnt is free from her cough, and calls herself well.
Yours With gratitude and regard,
ORLANDO SHELRY, or Skelbttilli.
f*mtum)>tires, do not despair (III y<>u have tried Ater'I
CllERRT IVthui. It Is mail- t>v one if the In-sI mrdiral
chemists In the world, and iu curt* nil around us bes|ieak
Uie high tuerikrofiu \lrtm ■» — I'ln'odiphta Ledger,
Ayer's Cathartic Fills,
fpllK ■ciencas of Chemistry and Medlclna have twen
-1- tax.-l their utmost to produce this liest, most jwrfoct
purgative whieh Is known tn man. Tnnnmerable prooh
are shown that these Pilu have virtues which tnrpaM In
excellence tha ordinary medicines, and thai tbey win nn-
precedentedly upon the esteem of all men. They are safe
and pleasant to take, but powerfnl to cure. Their penetrating properties stimulate the vital activities of the body,
remove tbe obetrnctiona of its organs, purify the blood,
and expel disease. They purgeoot the foul humors which
breed and grow distemper, stimulate sluggish or disordered organs Into tbeir natural action, and impart healthy
ton« with strength to the whole system. Not only do
they core the every-day complaints of every body, but
also formidable and dangerous diseases that have baffled
the best of human skill. While they produce powerful
effects, they are at the same time, in diminished doses, the
safest and beet physic that can be employed for children.
Being sngar-coated, they are pleasant to take; and being
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 position and character
as to forbid the snsplclon of untruth. Many eminent
clergymen and physiciat t have lent their names to certify to tbe pnhtlc the reliability of my remedies, while other* have sent me tbe asenrance of their conviction that
my Preparations contribute immensely to tbe relief of my
afflicted, suffering fellow-men.
The Agent below named Is pleased to famish gratis my
American Almanac, containing directions for their use and
fertifirates of their cures, of the following complaints: —
Costiveness. BfHoM Complaints, Rheumatism, Dropsy,
Heartburn. Headache arising from a foul Stomach. Nati-
sea. Indigestion. Morbid Inaction ofthe Bowels and Pain
arising therefrom. Flatulency, I>ihs of Appetite, all Ulcerous and Cutaneous Disoasos which require an evitrnant
Medicine, PenifM* e*v King's Evil. They also, by purifying the blood and stimulating the system, cure many
complaints which it wonld not be suppoaed they could
reach, such as Deafness, Partial Blindness, Neuralgia and
Nervous Irritability. Derangements ofthe Liver and Kidneys, Gout, snd other hin-lred complaints arising from a
low state of the hudy or obstruction of its functions.
Do not be put off by unprincipled dealers with some
other pill they make more profit on. Ask for Atbb's
Ptlls, and take nothing else. No other they can give
you compares with this in its intrinsic Talue or curative
powera. The sick want the belt aid there ie for thnn,
and they should have it
Prepared hy Dr. J. €h AVER,
fractieal and Analytical Chemist. Lowell, Iu&
Pajoa aa Cm. pi* Box.   Pitx Boxn tor $1.
MOORS Se, Co., Victoria,
AND ALL, DRUGGISTS.
11-18
Miscellaneous.
Dissolution   of  Partnership
NOTICE.
'IHE PARTNEBSniP HERETOFORE BX-
I iitlng between Thom»i Napier Hibben
•nd James Citrnwell. under tbe nam* or firm
of Hibben * Carswell, has been this i.y dissolved bj matin) consent.
The ouslness will in future be carried oa
by Mr. T.N Hibben, who will pay and receive all money due t» or owing by the late
arm
Dated thii liHh day of September 1866.
THOMAS NAPIER HIBBEN,
JAMES  CARSWELL.
Witness to tbe signature of Thomas Napier
Hibben,
Gioroi Pearhes,
Solicitor, Victoria, V. I.
Witness to the Signature of James Carswell,
Robebt Bishop,
Sollci'.or, Victoria, V. I.
se 1.1-Ira
ALAROE   ASSORTMENT   OF   ROUGH
and dressed for sale cbeap,
J. ROBKRTS0N STEWART.
Victoria, V. I., 20lh August, 1866. se 12
Relief  for   the   Afflicted.
THE INTRODUCTION OF
Perry     Davis'
Vegetable Pain Killer
To the Snfferinif Humiinity of this Agt
Ints relieved more puin, and caused mora
real joy tbau any other one thing that c»a
be named.
IT is AX
Invaluable   Remedy.
Onr first Physicians  use it,  and recommca
its  use ;   the   Apothecary finds   it   first
among the medicines called for, and
the wholesale Druggist considers
it a leading article  of his
trade.     All the dealers
In medicine speak
alike  in its fa-
vor,*andits
reputation as a m»iicine of great
merit and virtue is fully and permanently  established, and it is  the great
ramily  Medicine   of  the Age-
Every Volunteer should have a bottle, la i
of sudden attacks of Disease.
Taken Internally, curei
Sndden Colds, Coughs, 4c.,
Weak Stomach,
General Debility,
Nursing Sore Montb, Cauksr,
Liver Complaint,
Dyspepsia or lndigeition,
Cramp and pain in tb* Stomach,
Dowel Complaint,
Painters' Colic,
Asiatic Cholera,
Diarhcea and Dysentery.
Taken externally cores
Felons, Boils, and Old Sores,
Severe Burnt, and Scalds,
Cuts, Bruises and Sprains,
Swelling of the Joints,
Ringworm and Tetter,
Broken Breasts,
Frosted Feet and Chilblains,
Toothache,
l'ain in the Face,
Neuralgia and Rheumatism.
PA.12^   KILLER,
Taken internally, should be ndclterated
wiih milk or water, and sweetened with
sugar, if desired, or made into a syrup
with molasses. For a COT Gil and
Bronchitis, a few drops on i^ugnr, eaten,
will be more effectiv* than anything eke.
For SORE THROAT, gargle the throat
with a mixture of Pain Killer and water,
and tbe relief is immediate and cure positive.
t&* It shoold not be forgotten that
tbe Pain Killer it> equally as uood to
take internally as to use externally.
Each bottle is wrapped wilh ull directions for its use.
Prices 25 cents, 50 cents & $1 per bottle. <8>b tiling   ^tltgraph.
At the present him,
is lii-i' g ovcrvniikiil in earring onf
lii'heetB tf 11 in Kxcullfeucjr Governor
Keitneiiy ■■ when the wifortamrte owner of
real estiits is told if he docB not pay up
IiIr taxes within fine days bin goods ami
cliatteTTlftl! bp \tiv\tt\ npon, It may be In-
ftructive, if not indeed Interesting, lo contrast onr fate with the people of the ad-
lacent Ametfcim territory. 1 tinny afford
Abundant room Tor speculation to know
•why the Government t>tktlWe colonies
costs the inhabitahls marly one hundred
■dollartper Itead, while that of Washington
territory cost's little over six dollart.
We do not wish to enquire into the
ethnological dfflerences which exist between the British colonist and the citiztm
of the United States; we do not require
to be told thut the one race is partial lo
•whittling slicks, and the other to eating
roast beef. All that is necessity for our
purpose to know, is whether both races
bave been able to'como nuder the category of civilized races, and whether they
have arrived at years of discretion. We
think however, that tho difference! between tha twe clusscs of people, if differences tliere, lie nt all, are so very slight
that the most fragile of bridges will connect them. Both follow oat id their
commercial transactions tho great law
of obtaining articles nftd labor as
cheaply as they can be obtained.
The anomaly that presents itself is
that in the United States tho Government, like everything- else, is brought
under the rigid laws of political economy,
while in our case these laws are completely ignored. In the United States the
Government of the country is simply a
machine "for carrying tout the wishes of
the people, and the cheaper that machine
•can bo "tun," consistent with efficiency,
the IMUr • With us tbe matter of expense is rarely u question for the people
to consider, and the efficiency of tho Gov.
eminent a Subject beyond tlieir control.
They are ;qniotly told to pay their taxes
however exorbitant and beyond tlieir
capacity, und say nothing. If they cuu't
pay them, then they aro to be turned out
of house and homo in order that Snooks,
who is! 'if lt*-s ise lo thecolony than n
Hydah Indian, may get his salary. If the
people, o'ject to this little spice of nineteenth cenlury barbarism they are culled
disloyal, und the reptiles of the community
are paid tlieir customary fee of $2 DO
to hiss tbe dreadful word of '' treason •'
in Ihe public ear, Can anybody Bee
any but tho one result from flock a
policy js %'s? Aro the people so.blind
to tbeir own interest—bo lost to nil sense
of self respect—lo quietly submit to such
n misVralrle counterfeit of n goferninent
as we huve been cursed witli, and to even
the - greater shiuii with which wo are
threatened T Ilnvo the inhabitants ofthe
twooolonius oo more sense nnd un more
spirit than to submit to this legalized
outrage ou their manhood* and on their
property ? Do they beliete that ten
thousand Riitish subjects in theso two colonies cannot bo governed as cheaply us
twenty-two thousand American citizens iu
Washington Territory ? Reason forbids
the disgraceful supposition. No <!kss of
people in tho world are more easily
governed than the class thut composo tho
majority in eviry British colony. Why,
then, is it demanded of ns that we should
contribute to our Government, which
l)088esses neither the capacity nor the
liberality of that of our American neighbors, which is in fact nothing move than
lazy and incompetent snobbery, a sum
per heed thut is beyond anything known
since the crealion of the world 1 The
thing is incredible, and if allowed another
year will crush theso colonies beyond all
hopes of redemption, and will place the
population, wl|ere they should be placed,
below the condition of the Feejees.
New Advertisements.
RE-OPENING
\
Restaurant,
I)IAIIN<J   IfcOOMN
And Coffee  Saloon.
'I'lIIC PKOl'RIRTOR IN THANKINO TIIK
,1 |iiitlli; I'ur lbe very liberal snppurl with
Wliicli lliey bave liivoiel liim in the pust, ha«
much pleasure in lnno'uicinjf tUil having
n-iiiiili, embellished and rendered tho above
eitablflOntbi unequalled in the cltv, lie will
re open it to-morrow (aATUHDAV, October
tOtli, 1SGU.
The   Culinary  Department
Being perfect in all its nrrnugements and
umk'r tlie management of u firat class Took,
ivcryihiug will be supplied iu superior stylo
und wiih thu utmost promptitude.
Mil. I». « 1,1:41., feels that in recommencing business he can with confidence
solioit a renewal of public patrnnnge, us wilh
the mureiiscd accommodation and improved
facilities for currying on the business wliicli
lie'now possesses ho can guarantee entire satisfaction to all nnd place the attractions uf
the cslubiislimcnt ubove competition.
THE   UP-STAIRS
DINING liOOM
Which has been handsomely furnished
is in style, comfort and economy superior ti
any similar estatslislime.nl in town.
New Advertisetniiits
BOARD PEA WEEK   ...   $6 and $T.
Meals at all hours   -   -   -   25c to 00c.
Coffee per cup with Rolls   -   12Jc.
Hot and Cold Joints always on hand.
N. B.—thn bokery business will ibe carried
on and bread >of tlie best quality delivered
through town. oc!9
To Milkmen and Others
mHREE OR FOUR FIRST-CLASS COWS
JL for sale. Uocid milkers and warranted
perfectly gentle.
Apply to
G, NIAR,
oc 19 Juuies Bay.
NOTICE
Assignment   Deed.
Date of Deed 10th October, 1800.
Jluto of execution 10th October, 1806.
PAimns — MOSES SPORBORG k JULES
BUKFF, trading under the name
and style of Sporborg k Ruelf, of
Wharf street, Vicloria, Vancouver
Island.
Twjstms—DAVID   LENEVUE.l   <• -rr- .   i
JOHN WILKIE,       ;»f Victoria
Assignment of the whole of the partnership
property excepting the furniture and personal
effects of Moses Sporborg.
Registered tliis day at 11:15 a.m.
18th of October, 1800.
RICHARD WOODS,
oc!8 lm Acting Registrar.
w
I^fDittcoiomAi. Rifle Match.—The match
b»tween tha Now Westminster and Victoria
Rille Volunteers comes off in the former place
next Wednesday. Tbe following marksmen
will represent tbo Victoria corps at the
match : Vinter, Roscoe, Woolacott, Allsop,
Ncwbnry, .Soar, Bowden, Englchardt, Hom-
fr.iyi Kennedy.
t ,  !Li aatmams*a**ta*aa*ss*nmamg
W-AJSTTEID
SIX MEN, FOR A SAW MILL ON PUGET
Sound.   Canadians  accustomed, to mill
work prefcrnd. -Apply to
MOORE* CO.,
oc 18 Yates street.
3STOTIOE.
In the Supreme Court of Civil Justice
Vancouver Island.
In Bankruptcy.
,'HEREAS A PETITION FOR ADJUDI-
catlon of Bankruptcy, bearing date tho
17th day of October instant, has been du'y
filed by William Henry lluskiuson, of tho
Citv of Victoria, Merchant, Miner aud Trader,
and he having beea declared a Haukrupt, is
hereby required tu siirrcndor himself to liis
Honor Joseph Noedhnm, Chief Justice of tho
Supreme Court of Civil Justice of Vancouver
Island, aforesaid, on Wednesday, the 31st duy
of October Inst., at 11 o'clock In the forenoou,
precise)*, at. tbi Court Utilise, Junius Bay,
Vi.lulls, and make ,a full discovery and <li«-
closure or hia estate and effects, wlen ami
where the creditors nro to come prepared io
prove their dobls and at Ihe first sitting to
choose Assignees and cuinuiouuo the examination of the Bankrupt, and ut thu last silling
tho Bankrupt Is to fin'sh his last oxaminaliuu,
All persons indebted to the said Bankrupt,
or who have any of his effects, lire not to pay
or deliver the same but to David Lindsay, of
Government street, tho Official ABBignec up-
pointed, uud give notice to
ROBERT BISHOP,  Solicitor,
oc 17-td Bnstiou street, Victoria.
NOTICE.
Sheriff's Office, 1
Victoria, V. I., October 17th, I860. /
rpiIE LISTS OF ARREARS OF REAL
A Estate Tax, fur the year ending June 30,
1865, havo been placed in the Sheriff's hands,
with instructions to levy the same according
to the provisions of the Real Estate Tax
Amendment Act, 1862, all such arrears which
shull not have been paid to the Sheriff at bis
oflce, within live days from this date, will be
levied accordingly.
W. R. H. ADAMSON,
ocl 7     ■ Sheriff.
Notice to   Contractors.
TENDERS aro required tor cleaning out
nnd repairing tho culverts crossing Store,
Government Broad and Douglas streets.
Specifications to be seen at the City Council Chambers, Broad street, between the
hours of  10 a. m. and 4 p. m.
Tonders must be sent in before Saturday,
the 20th instan:, at 1 p. ra., and endorsed
" Tenders for Culverts."
The  Mnyor aud City Council do not bind
llieinselves   to   accept   tho   lowest  or  any
Tender.
By order of the Mayor and.Council,
WM. LEIGH.
Town Clerk.
October Hth, 1866.
ocll td :
Io the Smoking Fublic!
T   HAVE  JUS?   WC-OI'FNED   THE   OLD
X   Tobai co More, Joliiuiiii Street,
(Two Diioiw Anovi; Waddinotoji Alley,)
lleeenily occupied by Frank Campbell, where
1 vial keep
■raB    BEST,1   BEANCS
—of—
CIGARS, TOBACCO, Ac.
AU, KINDS ,OF  FRUIT!
Hy old l'rie'uls un 1   the  Public  generally
ure icqiiesteil io give me u C"l<.
ocm » i>outi'<;m>i:  jok."
In the Supreme Court cf Civil Justice
Vancouver Island.
IN    B^fVKTKRTJ-^ TCY,
In re (.'li.ules Dupond, a Bankrupt.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
app'icuiion is intended to lie made at
tne court to be bidden on Wednesday the 34th
day of October instant, nt 11 o'clock In tba
forenoon, to His llirior the Chief Justice,
Ju-eph Neeilliniu, Esq., to annul the Bankruptcy abjudicated on the bankrupt's petition
herein.
Dated this 12th dny of Oc'ober, 1806.
ROBERT   BISHOP, Solicitor,
oc 10 Bnstiou Street, Victoria!
New Advertisements.
****•
\%n»
HERMAN   SHULTZ,
Eis Well Knowfi and Old Established
Stand
The Government at. Boot Store,
Has just receive^ per steamer
A   FIXE   ASSORTMENT   OF
Ladies' and   Children's   Shoe3,
Which he offers at a very low price.
Receives by each steamer from  England'and
Sun  Francisco
BOOTS     Sc    SHOES
OF   TUB
FINEST   AND  BEST QUALITY,
FRENCH   LEATHER,
—AND—
shoe   Pirrai^ gs,
At prices to correspond with the times
oc 12
Mrs.   Hem
KEEPS   CONSTANTLY ON  HAND  THE
latest fiisliious in
 AT—
Prices to  Suit the Times,
GOVERNMENT    STREET
Between Fort and Broughton. o'c5
u
11
I By Steamship Active.
TOBACCO  &  SEGARS
FOR   THE   MILLION I
■ P.   QAMPBEI^,
Hns lweivnrt the most celcbrutetl VIRGINIA BRANDS by cuprnsB from
New l'ork City,
Twists, Eailroad,  May Flower,
AND THE
ADELPHI   COLD   BAR,
Manufactured evpresBlj for him,
ATLANTIC AM PACIFIC CABLE TWIST
and other Tobacco« too nuinerouB to
mention.
Meerschaum, Briar Root,
—AND—
ALL KINDS  OF PIPES,
Playing €ards, Matches- -all
varieties.
Havana   Cigars
By tlie Cargo »r Sample.
SST Office of C. F. Green's Victoria
and Fsquiiuult Express.
V. MMPBELI,,
nc 4 ADELPHI SEGAR STORE.
ALICE   BROWN'S
1 AHCV   TWIST
smoking TOBACCO
JCST BKOB1VRJ) AT
A.   *\  KEYMEB'il,
fogttbtf will* Iff— line
HAVAlfA VaWm Dill EOT.
Alio on hit rid
Wine Sip, Fcaoh, Apricot, MarysOwn,
Light Piessed, Natural Leaf, Buffalo
Tongue, and Atlantic Cable
Tobacco.
JUST RECEIVED   PBH  DARK  RIVAL
A I'iuo Ahuoitnii'iil nl
Meerschaum   Pipes.
Cull and examine.
JLsL
-lm
New Advertisements.
REMOVAL.
tr^pr^ I'll. BAIINAIID HAS REMOVED
ijn'ivrv'rt 'lis ^"i''*' l" Dunklin street, first
^-* Mil I battel mi tin' t\ir\ii «iile, south nf
Fort stioia. Dr. II. ii cimviisiint with all
the hmhIi r.i Oi'iilnl iiiiproviMni'iitB, nml Met
none Inn tba lii'st uiitcriiiiB in hia prol'i'd-iim.
Tceili niiiiinti'il on Oolil Plate or tbe Vulcanite Huge in the ni'iilu.-t and mogt aitistin
manner,
Chloroform   administered   ami   Teeth   est-
traete'i without pain     A ilviee rendered graiia.
Olliee liuui'n Irom U a. ni. to 5 p. in.
Vietori.i, October Bib, 18GC. oc 8-lm
ISTOTIOE,
KARTIS   .BROS.,
IMPORTERS  OF
Groceries and Provisions,
FIUEPUOOF I5UILDIXO,
LATKLV OCCUPIKD BY L'HOTMLIEIl k Co,
■whahf
SEREET.
oc I!
Alliambra
BILLIARD SALOON
coitot «dvEU\Mr..u a\d v,ui:s srs.
XJFSTJ^TS.S.
Entrance on Yates Street.
oc :i-lm
NOTICE.
ROM AND AFTER THIS DATE I WILL
accept
F
Bank Bills for Eents
Or for uny other pii)-m»nts to bc made to mc.
VI.   E.   SUELYE.
Victoria, V.I., Oct. 3, 18UG. oc 3
BANK  OF  BRITISH   COLUMBIA.
London, 3d Aupngt, 18M.
I^ROM AXD AFTER 25tii SEPTEMBER,
. 18(ili, Mil. David MitkSAlL Lanii will
cease to be Muniipcr of thig Hank in tl'.ege
Colonies, and Ms. Wm. Curtis Wxno is
nuihiirisi'd to nerf irm ihe duties of Principal
Olfieer of the lliinli in these Colonies, signing
all diifiinients us Aloiing Munnger.
Bv order of the Court of Directors,
JAS. D. WALKER,
so 2l!-lm Inspector.
Jesse  Cowper,
Wholennle and Retail Dealer in
BOOTS m SHOES,
LEATHER,
l-AND—
SHOE    FINDINGS,
-STATES    STKEET,
OPPOSITE WELLS, FARHO & Co
At the old stnnd of Webster & Co., is
prepnred to supply the wants of tho
public in his line.
The Latest Stvles
Received by every arrival from Englm C
and Sun  Francisco. oc 'I
QLYMPJA OYSTERS
IN  EVERY  STYLE AT
A.   W.   PIPER'S,
AND  THB
Best Welsh Rarebits
OS    THE    ISLAND.
ee 19
FASHION MUSIC HALL,
AwomiMj Wells, tsiwo * co-s,
Yutes   Ntreet.
'IMIE   I'llOl'llIETOIl   TlKKH IJIIEAT
J    plenum ill announcing the arrival of ths
teleliriiied
PIIIMA  IMiNXA A PIAXIgTR,
Madam Josephine Berndt,
Who «ill every evening enterlaln tho rfrilor»
with •tk-eliom rrum tht mini favont*
O I» F H, A t-i 9
Anil the most
POPULAR BALLADS,
In English,   French,  Italian, German,
Hungarian, Spftniih, etc., eto-, ete-,
Btlng one of the most accomplished
Linguists and Vocalists of the
Day
In mMition to the tulenli'd Mmlnm Rerndt
the scrvic-8 of the fblloirlnf (inluxy „f beauty
have beat tngaged to wait upon customers:
MISS   MILR0Y,       MISS  SWEET,
"     JlEVJilES, "      UTALSH,
MADAM    REUIE
Open ever;- evening at 81 p.m.
IDJVEISSIOI^      FREE.
O.     RICO (IKS,
oc 1 Proprietor.
Chronicle   copy
Ayer's Pills
Are imrilculnrly mh|,t«.t  to
ll'Tl1Mi.'lni-nl5iif!)ll*f1i|.'n|i»#
ni<))nrHliin, mnl tlheuieii ari*-
ini; from Jmpurity of tho
bbind.   A iarrtrei \n\n (if all tfafl
compliiluta timi hiiih i m«»-
1  Ml' I'll    III. lie iu 'HI'- nl !tll».i',
and ciiiif-wiut'iitiy thesis Pills
arc fun nl in 1-in'u mauy Tart-
etii« of (Jiie«Ho.
Puhjoinprl nre- tlm ftafvinents from aouie unlnent ^Uyai-
ciuuB, of tbeir ifltetl In tliuir priictieu.
An k Family TiiYfiic.
From DK B, If. Cartwrfght, of'lrJM Orient**.
"Your Pilu aru tlu» prfneo of tnitges. 'I'hufr wxct-Mrnt
giulltfM nra« inv iMtfinrtlc me j)ow.R». they nrn mild,
Lut vtny ci'rhiii) ami tUfftyd in Utuir uctiuu on the Umnli,
wliicli iiiiikti tlium iuvalutuu to us in tbo daily traatmeut
of (license."
Fok Jaundice and all Livf.r CoMiTAncTt.
From />■> Theodore, lull, of &>w Yhrk l^t\%-
"\ot uuly are yuur PlLU mluiiralily ad.'iptt'd to their
purport ;ia uu »iiLii' nl. I'"' I Iind tlieir lionefiirW fffacte
upon lb" I.ivi i' vtitv umikftl iiidcfl. Tlffty Iwwo fh my
i>riti'lic..,'|,i.Wi-il mnn; ■■ff'-'Wl bn*tb- cumof hn\Hom tmtt-
plainist Hi in nny utifl n-iiii-iiy I ma mention, 1 alnrerrljr
nuclei tlmt me in vi' ut l<;i!'-:li a^ni^Hlivit wtilclt ifmorthy
tbe OttUliilulJCL' of !!,-■ prbftMlTofl und tb" 11' -ijil"."
DiANVMk — TwiiniwrrnU
From Dr. lim u J. Fnus, o,'' .St, Lttvit.
"taw rii.ui viiii warn kind enough t" auiia m" !ib»» \>t+*n
all tuml In |ny pntCticOi anil linviiuatMbil me Ihnt tbry nrn
truly an fXtiHuiilbmry medio!mi.- Bt piculiarly are tiny
Hdaptttt t» tbo (Vfnuw (if tlm biimaa hVNton^tbut thoy Mem
tu work upon UlVU ul'mn. I ban tined amin) cnsi>a of dyspepsia and iwtii/editn with tlinn, rrbirb hnd rwlsltil tho
otiii-r ruiiii-ilicu ttt commonly am. In lent I hnvs eiparl*
nn-iit;illy (blind tbem tu le afractuaV In uluiont all tbo coia-
plaiuu Wa wliicli y n teoomuiond tbem."
DtsbMTHRT — DiAEtitirtK.v — Hflax.
Fron Dr. J. fl. Green, nf Chit*hgb.
" Ymw Pii.ls hnvo bnd a !onp tiial In my practlca. and t
Mill tbi'in in tdteem iw one uflln- Ik>bI nporlentH I baveorar
fun ml. Tbfir alt-fratlvtiolfert upon Ihe llrtr innkeH them
nn uttwllanl n-iin'dy. when u'iven in nmnll dont, for tnUmtt
dytmtr.ru ami UiarrhQ'-i. Tlwir |Ugar-CMtln| maltet thnui
rery aceeutablu uud cimvuulflut fur lliu usu uf Wuinen ami
rhlblniu*
Internal OiisiTii.'(rnoN—Woiims—Sui'I'iifrrio!!.
Phytieian and JUidictftt
" I find (the or Um \nrge riosei of ymir PiM*, tnkpn at Uio-
prupor timi', ttt exivllont prouiutivii of (be natural iwt:ro-
Hon wlwm wboUjroi |«rlliill,v supprwaeil, and h|mi very aF-
fo< inn) t'i rli'iiiiNu tin' fttniii.vli mnl expel worms. Tliey aro
no minli Ihe h-lpbjHie we Lave tlmt 1 rixumiiwildm»otlier
to uiy iiiiiinm."
Constipation — Costiveness.
From />r. J. P.  Vaughn, Montreal, Cantata.
" Too aini-b i-nnnot In- raid of your 1'n.i.s tor Uio cora of
mrtirettm.   it otht-rn of our tmteriiHy Iibto Ibuftil  llun»
an (-Ilk-admin nt I hnve, thoy oliould join mn In pr.n'I;i)n  -itp '
U for tbo benefit of the multitude* who anfTcr from tlmt
Dimpbilut, vrhtth, till bmi-ih bad ciioutb in flv \f, la tbe pr<>-. I
frt'iiitor uf mi:' i ■ tbat nru  *     1 hHh'v* oofd'tieiirji t >
originate in tbe liver, but your 1'n.w tilTect tbat organ and
cure tbe dntfols"
Imimhitiitm nr tue Bt.onD — flrnoppM — Eny-
I1PBLA8 —Salt Rheum — Tbttiih —Tumou*
— UlIHUMATISM-f-Q0UT— Nlil'RAWiU.
From Dr. Eteklet //all, PKiladtlphim.
«You mere fl^lit, Ooclor, In nay Ing that your Pjlw purify
tht Uond, Tlity do thnt. I buvo IihA Hi.'in of lafe yaara In
my ;.i.i ti - mi i .'.nt-- wiib yo«ratatntiontMof tbulreffloacy.
Tnty fiibiiulnie thi* ^xt'retoriva, uud caitv off tha Impuritlro
tbat itiiitjii.ih> In tbe Mi".-r. iiiticmicrlntt dfaenoi. They
ftimulntn tbo orimiii uf digealiuU, and lufuiu vitality ami
*!,•"!■ Into ib" si -I. in
*• Suli cnHWN ns ynu [ir-T«rn trot national benefit, aad
you deaervo grett iTodlt fur tbein."
FOH IlKAUAflHK — tUCK HEADACHE— VttVh StOM-
ACH—PlLKI—DltO^'aY—rLKTHO»A-»PAaA10f»I»
— l'm-4c,
From Dr, Edward Boyd, Boltimmre.
" Drw Dr. Aim; 1 cannot tiuiwer yon viltat comnUlnft
I liars cum/ wilb your 1'itxs l*Uor than to nny till thai tot ■
e.tr t.tatti'dhn yturtpdrre medieifn:   I pki':o grent denvttd-
i'h' -■ uu nn i n.. nul imi inn i ic lu my dally mnt^at with (11*-
tMmfM, mnl l)i-lievlllg a* I ilo tliat .YpUr. I'lLLI affuTit US lb* httt
we biivr, 1 uf cuilrao vnhia them highly."
jJ3- Mont of the Pilla In market contain Moreory, which,
although a Taluable rerooiy In ^Utytf£H%toApMll^
in it public pill, from tho dreadful conspiiuenwi that tn*
ilU'Mitly foMow li.- Iiicautloua nae. Theae contain no mercik
ry ur mineral autata&ce wlmtevur.
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
Una buig battj mntiiifarttired by* practical chemist, an*
every ounee of it under hia own rye, with InrarUble arim-
ttcy ami aire. It-tesealetl.and protected by law from cood-
teifalta, ami coDttotiuently can bo relied on aa genuine^
witiimit adiiHeiation. It aupplieii tbe anl-eKt remedy th»
wnilil htin ever known fnr the cure of all pulmonary com*,
plaints) for Cotr.tig, Colds, Hoarsenebs, Abthma. Crow.
WiiOOWNO  CplfOD, BK0KCU1T18, ISCIFIEKT COSSCMPnoS, ftDlt
fur tlie relief of cuiistimplive patienta In advanced atagei of
tin disease. As time makes tbese facta wide* and better
known, tlils mtnlirihe has gradually become tkt best reliance of tlie i.illi. ti'ii. from the log cabin of tbe American
peasant to tbe palaces of European kings. Throughout
this entire country, in every atateand city, and Indeed almost every hamlet it contains, Chehry Pectoral la known
as tbe best of all remedies fbr dlrfeawrf Of tho throat and
lungs. In many foreign countries it is extensively usod by
their moBt intelligent physicians. If there fa any dependence on what men of every station certify It has done for
tbem; if wo can trust our own senses when we see the dangerous BtTecUons of tbe lungs yield to it; If we can depend
on thp assurance of Intelligent physicians, whose business
Is to know; hi shorn If there is any reliance upon any
thing, then is It irrefutably proven that this loedicinfl doaa
cure Uie class of diseases It Is designed ibr, beyond nny and
all other remedies kiiown to mankind. Nothing bnt its Intrinsic virtues, and the unmistakable hetaeflt conferred on
thousands of sufferers, could (-rigioate aud maintain tha
reputation It tnjoyt. While many, Inferior remedies bava
been thrust upon the community, ha'ro failed, and been
discarded, this has gained friends by every trial, eonftnwl
benefits on the afflicted thoy can never forget, and product*)
cures too numerous and remarkable to bo forgotten.
Prepared by Dr. J. C AYfiB,
PRACTICAL AND ANALYTICAL CHEMIST,
fi        LOWELL,   MASS.
UND SOLD BY    ,
Moore   &   Co.,    Victoria
AND ALL DRUGGISTS. <£b£iung    <Tc! cgrnplj.
KKII'AY    KYKNING,    OCT.    IS.  1800.
COMMERCIAL
MIII'I'IM.   IMIM.II.l.Mh,
PORT UK VICTORIA,   VAM UlVKil    lol.AMII
RKTRttXI).
Oct 19—Sch Lord Kaglnii, Dirk, N tf const
of U (J
CLI1RKII.
Out If—Sip N'rtue. i'liasti, Stekin
'■"
Chial's DnttM Po—I Tlllll well known
rutium, which were destroyed by fire some few
months ii,.'i). huve been rehuilt uni) refitted hy
the old proprietor, aud trill he re-npnii''! tomorrow evening at (i o'clock for the accommodation of the public. Mr. i.'lenl has spared
neither trouble nor expense in fitting up the
establishment, aud the remit is a perfect
bijmi of an eating-house, possessing in a
moderate compass every requisite for a complete restaurant. The lower dining room
contains space for 32 guests, and has been
handsomely decorated, the walls being hung
with large pkotcgrupbg of tbe most celebrated painiings, imported Irom England hy
Messrs. J. H. Turner k Oo. ; over the comi'cr
is a splendid oval mirror, and in the partition
between the room nnd the kitchen is a Deauil-
ful irunrpan ncy containing lour anislic designs. The upper dining room, so well known
to the young men at toll city, has been still
more elaborately decorated, being hung with
photogtapbs And nirror* as heliMv, uml handsomely papered and gilded ; both rooms are
brilliantly lighted with gas. In rear uf tbe
upper dining room are dumb waiters ant
other requisite accommodation for ihe attendants, nnd on the tinned roof li.-liinil
aro securely placed tbree large wntcr-tnnKs
supplied from the Water Company's mains.
Ilehind the lower dining room is the kitchen,
the careful and complete lilting up of which
promises well for tbe cuisine ofthe establishment ; it is supplied Willi a new and admirable
arrangement lor tea, coll'ee and milk, a large
range, a steam boiler for h-nting purposes,
and an improved oven built by Cleui himself,
at a cost of $1100, the iron-work being by
Spruit k Kriemler, and forming, tis the architect proudly says, " 'lie best oven on thu
Coast." Behind the kitchen aro capacious
store-rooms, tin-lined, and sleeping-rooms for
the men and the proprietor. The building
was erected by Mr. Story ; the plumbing and
gas-lining were executed by Messrs. A. k W.
Wilson; tho painting and gilding by Messrs
J. Hunks and Eli Harrison ; tinsmith work
by Mr. Drummond ; and the upholstery by
Messrs. Stemmlcr k < o. Tbe renovation of
the Dining Rooms cost $3,000, and the establishment is now one ofthe neatest, most compact and complete we have ever visited.
Tint Caiiiiuiii Ki.i:i-i joy.—The SetUinel thus
describes tho proceedings at the recent election in Cariboo :— The polls were opened ut
10 o'clock, a.m., nt Richiielil, Ilurkerville and
i.'nuiiToulon, and the other outlying crcekB,
but up to noon very few votes were cast at
4inyoftho places; after this hour, however,
the various polling places assumed a lively
appearance which continued up to the time
of closing. Throughout the day the committee men nud agents on butli sides, and
even tho candidates themselves, were on the
alert and left no mode of argument, entreaty
or persuasion untried to gain the votes ofthe
wavering to their side, and in some instances
the unwilling Victims were hurried up to the
polb before they bad time for reflection..
Free lunches and liquors were the order of
tbo day, unci many a drouthy " buinbre" indulged in tbo creature comforts thus invitingly placed before him nt the expense of tho
candidate of his adoption, liarkerville being
the hendqunr'ers, was as a matter of course
the contrc of excitement. Party feeling arose
at times to such a degree of intensity that
warrrt altercations were of frequent occurrence between thc contending forces, but
fortunately, with all tlie war of words no
blows were exchanged during tho whole of
the proceedings, a eireumstar e which re-
llectB the greatest credit (ei ibe good sense of
Ilie comniunitv. Lest the interest felt in Ihe
election should bo misconstrued, we think it
proper lo si ile tliui il iliil mil proceed from
uriy Import nice the people here mine ti to the
olliee of representative, Ihe clliiicnry of the
latididates, or thu gond that will result to
the country from their labors iu the Council,
but simply from a parly feeling nnsing out ol
a desire to return the man of their choice
0 Ttuto.A, O Manas I—" Lokiilitiims" of
the Chrtlnielt has seen a thrashing 'giiichlnr,
and 19 ll lost in wonder, love, and pruine."
He says it takes 0 men und ten horses to
run it' fttni '' it performs In ono w'eck work
that It wonld require thnt nmount of help
months to accomplish"—a peculiarly lucid
and brilliant remark, and worthy of u Lokal-
itums." He winds op thus—"tbe machine
is a wonder, and we hail its appearance no an
evidence of thc progress our agriculturists
are mailing." (II)
Inqusst.—Mr.. Pemberton yesterday held
an inquest on the body of Louis Melluis, nn
Italian, who was found dead in his bed, in a
cabin on Store street, yesterday morning. A
medical examination showed thnt deceased
died of disease of the heart, and the jury returned a verdict of "Died by'tho visitation of
God."
Steamsr Isabel.—This vessel got her machinery into sucessful operatiou yesterday,
and'Will we understand make a short trial
trip to-morrow.
Arrived.—Mr. Eldridge, Speaker of the
Legislature of Washington Territory, Dr.
Calhoun and wife, and Collector Wilson arrived by the cutter Lincoln yesterday.
Fiiom thb North.—The schooner Lord
Rsg'an arrived from the north-west coast today, with 250 gallons oil and a cargo of mink,
seal, deer and other skins.
TELEGRAPHIC
California.
Bah Pbaxciioo, Oct. 17.—The Western Union Telegraph CVmi|mny'8 bark
Chun Hell, from Ochotek Sua. arrived
lam night and reports the arrival of
Colonel Uulkley and party at I'etropnu-
ln-ki. nhont the end of July, all well. The
Itnssiaii pnrt of Ihe expedition had explored the route and determined the portion of lines helween Chiki|(* and Och-
ot-k. The vnriutu explorations Imd decided on tlio route between Bherinjr'a
"en, nnd the terminus of Ihe line at the
month of Iho A moor, 'limber was plenty,
nnd 4,nno miles ot poles were expected to
be ready lieforo the dose of the present
senson The natives were very friendly,
und offered doirtraiin to assist in transporting materials ; ihey could supply any
nmount of reindeer meat. Government
officials render every facility without
awaiting instructions from St. Petersburg, uud Count Anosoff issued orders to
all official! io render nny service that was
necessnry for the completion it the line.
Wl on tne necessnry material is received
work ivlll be pushed forwurd with great
rapidity.
Arrfveil, Oct. lfiii—Ship Herald of
tlm Vfiturttft, 134 duys from Boston ,
Hamburg bnrk Pauline, 43 days from
Sliunghue. 17lli—British ship Win. Cole.
72 days from Sydney, coul ; Hamburg
bark Louisa K ilm, T.t days from Sydney,
coul; British hrigCcntaur, 61 duys from
Newcnstle, V S.W, eoul.
Sailed, Oct. 18th—Barli Delaware, Nn-
naiiuo ; brig W. D. Rice, Victoria.
The Princess Royal uf England.—
The Prussian Iffonileur hot tbe subjoined i
—' Tbe Princess Kuril, whose physical
and iiinrul ultitu has imperatively de--
mnnded, siuco tlio iViiili of ber sou Prince
Siflilinund,' an absolute repose of some
week*, nml the more so as slio is still performing the duties nf a mother towards
her newly-Lorn infant, will leave the residence nf lleringsii'ii'f, according to present arrangements, in the lirst duys of
August. Tlio princess, who, at Horingi-
dorf, lias evinced tbe jiveliest interest in
the caro of the (rounded, has caused several upiirtiiieiits of her palace to be nr-
runged for ilie reception of disabled officers. Alter a short stay at Berlin, wbich
will Oe devoted to a visit to the hospitals
and lo conference with the members of
Ihe charitable societies, her royal highness
will proceed to Silesia, to occupy herself
with the general direction of the hospitals
uf that province, placed under the com-
iiKnni of hef August bush nul.'
From Nanaimo.—The schooner Alpha arrived from Nanaimo to-day, with a cargo of
coal for B. Brodrick.
Tm: Vliuuh —A variety'of interesting fuets have been presented to the
Wesleyan Conference at Leeds, England,
Bhowing the present position and progress
ofthe denomination. In educational efforts
icnuu'kiil'le advance has been made, 27
new day schools having been established
last year, wiih an addition of 4,(jti'J
scholars. The tolnl number of day
sshouls connected with the Wesleyaril is
GOO, and of scholars 93,194. Thero has
been un increase of 71 Sunday schools
daring the past year, and of 5756
Si'bolaiB. A very large oullny has been
mad" in chapel building. The committee
entrusted with this department has authorised an estimated expenditure since
thc last Conference of £1'JH,:1S8, the
total outlay of the year having been
Jt;2ri6,85r>, and during the last 11 years
L'-i'.11,11(10 of chapel debts have beeu paid
off.
Lanoskkii's Lions—Two of the bronze
lions destined for the base of the Nelson
Column in London, are actually completed, another ia very nearly finished, and
bv Ilie cud of the uuiuiini of tho present
year nil four will bo comfortably established in iheir proper places. Those persons, snys the Pall Mall Gazette, who
have enjoyed the privilege of inspecting
the casts in Sir Kdwin Landscer's atelier
are unanimous iu their opinion that, if
the public have had to wait longer than
was anticipated for the completion of this
great national work, the delay will be
fully redeemed by the surpassing excellence of the result.
Thk IIonouk of the Flab.—According to the Gazette of Trieste the poisoners
arrived in that city relate the following :
' VVhilo the irou clad frigale Ke d'Italia
was sinking, two Austrian officers jumped
into a boat and rowed towards the stern
of the frigate, iu order to seize the Italiun
flag which was Hying tliere. But an
Italian ollicer laid hold Of it although he
could see the ship was ou the poiut of
sinking, and, after Bring a revolver at the
Austrians, went down, preferring to perish with ihe vessel rather than deliver up
the liug to tiie euemy.'
We saw Jake nuiling up a box, the
other day, containing some articles which
he intended sending by express. From
the nature of the contents we knew it wns
essential that the box should not be inverted on tbe pussugo. So we ventured
the suggestion to Jake to place the much-
abused ' litis side up ." etc., conspicuously
upon the cover. A few days after we saw
Jake. 'Heard from your goods, Juke?
Did they get tliere safely V ' Every one
broke I' replied Jake, sullenly. ' Lost
tho hull lot! Hung the hxprcss Company I' 'Hid you put on, 'This side up,'
'as we told you?' ' Yes, I did ; an' fnr
fear they shoudn't see it on the kiver' I put
it ou the bottom te«—confound 'cm !'
Special \i>ll« «■«.
Ma. Im begs iv announce to the iunahit-
ants ol Victoria that he hu» lately rei-eived a
large assortment uf Children's Qarrtag
Chain, Fishing Baskets and Fishing Ones,
and a large 'inutility ut Market and '1 rive ||gg
Baskets, Chin* Vases, Fancy Ooods aud Toys,
all ol wbich have In he auld on ur belorc
February neit at greatly reduced prices
Goods sold al wholesale lor cost puces.     *
R«Kor«i..—Messrs. .Solomon Urns, have removed to tbe two-story liriek liuiMing on
(luvernment street, opposite the Si. Nicholas
Hotel. Tbey have received, ex ship Mohawk,
from London, a line assortment of men's
clothing and underclothing, which they will
■ell lower tban auy bouse in town, (jive llieiu
a call. •
Alixahobi's Gi.otss—Messrs. J. II. Turner
k Co., London House, have received to-day,
by Kipress from Paris, a full assortment of
Alexandre's famous kid gloves, for which
they are tho sole agents in Vancouver Island
and British Columbia. *
Mr. Diobv I'alhkb requests that orders for
teaching, playing and tuning Pia lofortcs, and
for Instruction in Hinging, may he left with
Messrs. Hibben k Carswell, Stationery and
Booksellers. Government street, or ut his residence, near the lop of Fort street. *
Heywooii's Piiuk Sapsaok— Ki.ixir or Lifk
—Mr. Heywood has commenced for the season
to make iii- celebrated pork sausage, manufactured from the verv best of Island-fed pork.
Everybody buys hem because they are good
and only twewiy-fne cents per pound. *
Fallen Milmiiby—Ths millinery department at London House is now under tbe man>
agatniot of a imiy who arrived hy lasi steamer from Paris. — J. II. Tuhnkii k Co. *
Bodlowat's Piua—Dburhna in2 liowol Co inplulnti,
—Th"te in.ilaalen are ever present, :.i.-l if left Hunt
teniieci  fre'inentiy  terminate tunny,   it  should bu
eveiv wb-m kuimii thai liutli cholera mnl ilimrliaM it"-
|,eud ihi Uie pil'leline of seine andtgesled ibbs'tunce In
the Blum iti or bowels, of intnn deletsrluui ina ter 111
tin* luiKi'i, uinl tl.at   HoUoway'j   PlUs **n expel either
Wilh *.** aod eijiu'liikiu. Tliey C'lBi'iihut., in it ,nr
prising degreefsaltrffilifi iiltwimtlTe. repiliilne ami
ntniigiboelDi qualities, and thus exert over every In-
tei-ii ; .n :u: i e- wiiulefoinely eontrolliDg Inllunje so
necesiary fsi luliliilin; exci"* .ve sclmi ui tie-buiniii
Ir.ire. II' llewiy s mtf.lie'ne may Of lul-nnlaL'"' nt;
taken ns a means of keeping tlm liLiel pure anil Uiu
linily fuel—tbe muy practicable plan of malatallliag
h'-:i lh ill yeulll, 111 uili"."l. atl'l old lltfe.
New   AdvcTtisi'inriits.
REMOVAL.
DR. l'OWKLL HAS llMMOVEIl Tl IS
Surgery nud Itcsidencc to the eorner ol
Din -til, AS AND BBOUOHTON 8TBBBT8
(near Fort).
Urnci Hours—9 A. M.   to   12   tf., nnd   S
p, m. to io p. a.
August 22. so 2(1
BEMOVAL.
A.   3ULER   &   Co.
HAVE    REMOVED
TO THE STORE ADJOINING THE
-MASUMU UUlLDING,
Next door to T. N. Hibben k Co., where they
BUY AND KKI.L LADIES' AND GENT'S
call-off clothing,
Clothes cleaned and repaired at thc shortest
QQtloe,
se 25-lm
XJJSTIVERSITY
— 01'	
WASHINGTON TERRITORY
"liHIS INSTITUTION WILL REOPH
1 the 17th inst. Pupils ol both sex
ceived, who will be expected to lurnish
own rooms, which are provided iu se]
buildings, free of charge.
The   Kipense   ot   Boarding   ami   Tu
without incidentals, will  not exceed ll
quarter of 11 weeks, payable iu advauci
For further information addre-s
REV. GK0. F.  WHITWiin
Pre,.
Peattle, W. T., Sept. 1st, 18G6. oc
N ON
es re-
their
urate
iiiuu,
il per
<leat.
II
NEW    WESTMINSTER
GAME   DEPOT,
YATES   ST.,
Next door to  tlio corner of Government,
Opposite Zt'lner'n Drug Store.
'•pHK SUBSCH1BKR HAVlNli MADE AR-
X rangemeuts to receive from different
parties tho produ e of the Island aud country
will be prepared lo lurnish
Game,
Fish,
Fruits.
Poultry,
Eggs   and    Vegetables,
Each and all in their season, at the lowest
prices.
JAMES   ALLE*.
ocl lm
EEMOVAX..
W.  HEATHORN
ft
BEOS LEAVE TO INFORM HIS
Irietiils and the public that ho has
removed his
Boot and Shoe Store
To GorF.nNMCXT street, two doors from the
• •Colonist and Chronicle" Office, where he
will coutinue his Bout Making busiuess.
BOOTS A3SD SHOES MADE TO ORDER
Of the best materials and workmansliip.
N.B.—Repairing done at shortest notice.
80 23
New Advertisements.
For Sale Ex Camden,
Hosteller, itorkir, aod Ingattara Bluer.,
Orrg«n (Mer in bbls. and t*-n,
* l.iri I Id tieti, hall-rnk- aad cases,
Saulirne nnd (allTornla White Wlur,
Frenrb  llcohol 90 O.P.,
fcug. (Ilquot, Tlumm and  Bollrnger Cham,
pagoe,
And  la   Mare an   axortatrnt  ef ilrandi
and Liquors .ultable lor Ibe Trade.
New   Advertisemejits.
t&- Depot of Havana Cigars.
oc«
EUGENE THOMAS,
Yates street.
FOPt     SALE,
fa*
4   GOO ) MARE (I\ FOAI,), VITII YEAIt-
."V   ling  colt   by   her   side.    Will  work iu
single or double harness.
Apply at tbe
Office of the Evening Telegraph*
 LANfll.KV STREET. oc 9
Cow For Sale
A COW (AXD CALF SIX WEEK=t Otl)j,
warranted perfectly gentle.     Price .?0n.
Also, a youug Mecr.
Apply to
se20    O, N'lAS, James Bay.
The "Grotto,"
OPPOSITE TIIK TKLKGRAPII OFFICE.
For a plans  ofcboice  litjuor go  to the
,      "(irntti),'
There  "none, nrr the bi.st'' j'ou   wiil
fnni is thu motto.
Mint JuMp*, Sherry Coblilcrs—everything
cooling ;
Come yc that do thirst, \ou will fnitl ils
no fooling.
oc2
"Rou^Q the mm."
IS TIIE NAME OF THE
NEW     SALOON
JUST OPENED IN
fituiiile.y   Street,   rouuil   Uie
corner from VatCN strict,
lu  the  building  formerly  occupied   by   the
IS'lloOll of EllKllllAaiJT's IIoikl.
The  Saloon   has  been   tastefully   refuted,
and will be supplied with the
FIRST    QUALITY   OP
Wines   and  Liquors.
The proprietor respectfully invites the public to cull "R0D50 THE COltNEIt" nnd
|ud£e for themielvei.
UOVEIINEENT   STIU'ET    KNTItANCE — KKIT
door lo tlie Telegraph Office.
■•3ft J ll Oil    IIRRKIMGR.
IIAVANACIGARS.
LEWIH &   ANTHONY,
TOBACCONISTS.
47 Yates St., Brick Store
Next to Corner of Government St.,
llEO TO INFORM THEIR FRIENDS AND
I) tne pnblic in general timi iin-y will con-
stnntly receive   by every  steamer a good   as-
sortmentoi <.<nn lm- Mai una Olitara
and the Itesl lliunib ul lubldii
imported direct for this market, so that they
are able lo compete with any hruso on this
Ifliimi. either Wuolesale or Retail.
N. B—Special attention will bo paid to
Countrr  orders.
HEIMA.V  LEWIN.     |     LOITIS AXTHONV.
oc 2
SAN   FRANCISCO
OYSTER
Government   street,
Between Gns Keyser's nnd W. Wilson's
rpilE UNDERSIGNED. IN VIEW OFTHE
L " Ooml Times'' folks snid were coning;
li'is I'I'ENKD the above premises,and intends
to Ol'F.N THE BEST OYSTERS thu market
I'liriiislle.-i.    Tliev will be
lt o a • t e d       t
fried
S t c »' c d
In or Out of the Shell-
p-jy- Open nt all hours.
se •J3-lm
J   B. BUELL
V   LARGE   ASSORTMENT   OF   ROUGH
and dressed for sale cheap,
J. ROBERTSON STEWART.
Victoria, V. I„ 20'h August, 18G6. te 22
RED LION HOTEL,
GOVKHNMEXT  S'IRKKT.
•I'HB   ABOVE-.NAiILD    HuTEL   1IAV1NO
1   been opened try
JOE     EDEN,
He will be happy to meet Ms  tr!, ■ ,|.  ,.n „u
atMaaatta, an   *i I farsiab them » nu
the best ot
Wine, liquors, Ale, Porter, &c,
and Ctears.
BAGATELLE,  SKITTLES    AND   BOXING
ti L O V E 8.
tST Joe and Tom will be happy to give
Private Lessons in tbe uoblc art of "Self.
Defence." ocll)
A. & VI. WLS0N.
Houie and Shi2) Plumbers
CASFITTERS,
B?LL-HiNGSRS & TIIJSKITH3
FORT   STREET.
til nrderfj promptly attended fo
SOMETHING NEW
UNDER   THB   SUN.
A NEW ERA 19 MIDICINS!
8^5* Let the suffering nnd diseased read
Ihe following.
J5jy* Let nil wbo havo been eiven np by
doctors, and spoken of as incurublc, read tho
following.
J ' Let all who can believe fuels nnd can
hnve faith in evidence, rend thc following :
Know all men to/ these presents. That on this,
the Twentieth iluy of June, in ihe year of our
Lord, One Thousand Eight Hundred and
Mxty-Six, pcr-ni'nlly cnine Joseph Huydock
to uie, known as sucb, und being duly sworn,
deposed ns follows: That he is the sole
general a^eht for the Unlttu States and'dependencies thereof fnr preparations or medicines known ns Maggiel's I'ills aud Salve,
and thnt the following certificates are ver-
lintiiii copies to best of his knowledge and
belief.
^^ JAMES SMEITRE,
f,i 1 Notary Public,
/ Wall street, New Vork.
1 L.S.
I
June 1st, 18CG.
Db. Uiaajttp —I take my pen to write yon
of my great relief nnd thnt the awful pain in
my side hns left me at Inst—thanks to your
medicine. Oh, Doctor, how thankful I am
that 1 can get some sleep. I can never write
it enough. I thank you again nnd again, and
am sure that yr.ti are really tbe friend of all
sufferers. I could not help writing to you,
and hope yon will not take it amiss
JAMEd MYERS, lltl Avenue 1).
This If tocertif; ih.'t I was discharged from
the army wi'h Chronic Diarrheea, und havo
been cured by Dr. Mngiricl s I'ills.
WIL80S HARVEY,
New York, April ", 18(10.        27 Pitt street.
The following is nn interesting cose of a
man employed in an Iron Foundry, who, in
pouring melted iron into a Husk that was
damp and wet, caused nn explosion. The
melted iron was thrown nrotiml tnul on bim in
a perfect shower, and be wan burnt dreadfully.
The following eeriiliente was given to me by
him, about eight weeks after the accident.
New York, Jan. 11, IS'll.
My name is Jacob II inly ; 1 inn an Iron
Founder; I was badly burnt by bet iron in
November last; my Inr.ns healed, but I had a
running sore on un l*g that would not heal ;
I tried Mnggiel'■ Salvt, and It cured ine in a
few weiks. Tin- Is all Irue, and anybody
call now see mo at Jackson's linn Works, 2d
Avenue. J. I!AllliY,
110 Uocrick street.
EXTRACTS   FROM   VARIOUS   LETTERS.
"1 had no appetite ; Maggiel's I'ills gave
mc a hearty one.1'
'•Your Fills arc marvellous."
" I send for another box, and keep them ln
thc bouse."
Dr. Mnggiel has cured my headache that
wns chronic."
"1 gave halfof one ofyourpills to my babe
for cholera morbus, the dear little tbiug got
well in a day."
" My nausea of a morning is now cured."
" Your bu nf Maggiel's Snlve cured me of
noises in the head. I rubbed some of your
salve behind my cars, and the noi>c left,
" Send uio two boxes; I want one for a poor
family."
" I enclose a Dollnr; your price is 25 cents;
but the medicine to me is worth a dollar."
" Send me five boxes of your Pi.Is."
" Let me have three boxes of your i'nlve by
return mail."
I have over 200 such Testimonials
As this, but want of spnee compels mc to
conclude. S. MAGGIEL, M.D.
MAGGIEL'S PILLS AXD  SALTS
Arc sold by
A. C. laANOLBY & Co.,
VICTORIA,  V.   I..
SOLE AGENTS.
Jgy NOTICE—None genuine without tne
engraved trademark around each pot or box,
sigred by Dr. J.-MiC.r.m,, 11 l'ine sircel, Hew
York, to counterfeit which is felony.
Sold by all respectaclc Dealers in Medicines
throughout the United states nnd Canadas, ut
25 cents per box or pot. tlNi < llaiH'oii*.
Tiik Cokiution or Ihbland.—The
Iiiiliiin rorrespondent of the Timet Buys :
'The spirit of content reigni ererywhere
in Ireland at the present time. Various
cinscs have contributed to produce this
liajipy Male 11 tilings—chitfly the pros-
peel of a most abundant harvest, snd the
uluiO'-t entire exemption of the country
from the v »ttie plague. The excitement
produced by I'Viiitniism has completely
subsided, nod criinu is at the lowest ebb.
In several counties during the assizes the
judges Imve rec-Wed white gloves, having
had no criminal business brought belore
tbem. Thcic has not, I believe, been in
uny of the counties a single case of agrar
iuti outrage, or combination of any kind.
In a commercial point of view the state of
the country is most satisfactory. Not a
single Irish bank lias 'been seriously af
fected by the late monetary crisis. It is
uot surprising that tbe 'older banks—
which bave been long paying very high
dividends—such as the Provincial, the
Koyal, Hie National, and the Belfast
Banks should have passed without difficulty through the ordeal which bas proved
so futil to large establishments in England ; but tbe wonder is tbat some of the
smaller and younger Irish banks have not
succumbed or been shaken.'
ExriiAor.niNAiiY Vitality or 8ced
Pkas—Three years ago Mr. John Hill,
tailor, of Dulverton, Somerset, received
from liis sister, wbo resides at Pontypjol,
in Wales, tbree single >peas taken from a
bottle found buried in an old ruin near
that town. The bottle contained a parchment from which it appeared that it had
been deposited there 300 hundred years
before Mr. Bill planted the peas, and
in his garden plot the 'produce may now
be Been, a most luxuriant crop of gigantic peas, the stalks mnch above the usual
height, and covered with very light green
semi-transparent pods of enormous dimensions, oue of wbich measures 5J inches in
length and 3 in circumference, another
being 7 inches long and 1J wide.
Thr Aus'tkalian Post-office.—The
annual Post.offico report has been issued.
There are 525 post-offices in Victoria—an
•increase of 200 in five years. Tbe number
of letters received and despatched bears no
proportion to the increased facilities. In
1862 ?he number was'6,276,000; in 1865,
■•1,485,000. Newspapers, however, show
a vary decided lucreaso ; the number
posted in 1862 was 4,909,000. in 1865,
'6,037,529. Tbe packets despatched and
received during the first year of the new
portal arrangements were 63,911 ; in 1865
they bad increused.to 107,888.—Melbourne
Age.
During the December quarter of the
year 1864 Ilokitika exported nothing,
not even to the value of sixpence. During the corresponding quarter of the past
year the exports from Ilokitika amounted
in valuo to £10,876 ; that is to say, near
£11,000 in excess of a quarter of a million sterling.— Hokitilta (New Zen laud)
Press
fc'ACTS Tl- THEORIES.
" Give me a place to rest my lever on,"
says Archimedes, "and I will move Dhe
world." " Give me pure and unadulterated
drugs," says Medicus, of the olden time,
"and I will cure disease."
Iu one sense, both of these learned pundits
wero the veriest charlatans. They knew thero
was no place to rest their lever on, either to
move thc world or euro disease. Mechanism
was in a backward Btato, and tbo medical profession was but another name for sorcery,
and all the adjuncts of magic filters and
charms ofthe " evil eye," ke.
But these latter days have borne unto us
something mom than even superstition and
lis crew ever dreamt of in tbeir maddest philosophy. In these days of practical science,
whut was theory ul yesterday ii fact to-day,
and nil the old lime notions become as bubbles
ln the sun, and burst and break witb every
breath we draw.
Let Archimedes shoulder his lever and we
will find a resting place fur It to move tho
world. Let min* ancient Medicus pant nnd
toil no more for the drugs he so sorely needs,
for we hare them at our hand, ever ready to
serve them nt his beck.
Refined in the laboratory of Dr. Kagiiel,
tbe finest materials known In the medical pro
fession are obtainable by any one. His
Billiops, Dyspeptic, and Diarrhoea Pills stand
unrivalled, and bis Salve operates with magical effect upon burns, scalds, and all sores and
alcers ofthe skin.
In fact, wc think Macoiii.'s Pills and Salve
are the wonder of this century, and we are
happy in the thought that many otbers of our
brethren of the cralt agree with us. We would
earnestly counsel that all families provide
themselves with Dr. Maggiel's Prepaiaiions at
once, and keep them ready at hand, so as to
ase them at tbe most opportune time and as
edeaelon serves.— Vallen Stntinsl.
New  Goods
EX   "ROYAL   TAR."
THOS. WILSON & CO.,
Invite attention to their
New Stock of WINTER
GOODS just arrived by
Royal Tar from London,
consisting  of
FLANNELS—Wilsh—Twilled Saxony
Plain and Fancy Colors
DITTO — Cakton — White   and   Unbleached
BLANKETS—All sizes
BALMORAL SKIRTS
FRENCH MERINOS—In all color*
—ALSO —
Hoyles' Prints-. Harrockses' Long Cloths,
Linen and Cotton Tidftt, Sheetings,
Quilts, Drugget Squares/Green Baize,
Hollands, American Leather Cloth,
' —AND—
A General Assortment of Goods suitable for
the Autumn and Winter.
Thos.  Wilson &  Go.,
MASONIC BUILDING,
COVERSMEKT   STREET
se 20
ISTOTIpE.
THE ROYAL HOTEL
Wharf   Street,
HAS REDUCED ITS PRICES TO MEET
the times, and clean comfortable beds
can be obtained for 35 cents per night or $ I 60
per week.   Board $1 per day.
S. HILL,  Proprietress.
S. B —The Hotel is fire-proof. oo 1
PBIMB
Yorkshire   Bacon!
Ex Royal Tar,
Far sale by
FELL k CO.,
It'2f Yates street.
SAN   FRANCISCO
OYSTER  SALGON !
Government   street,
Between Gus Keyser'a nnd W. Wilson's
THE UNDERSIGNED, IN VIEW OF TIIE
" Good Times " folks said were coining,
hns OPENED tbe above premises, and intends
to OPEN THE BEST OYSTERS tho market
furnishes.   Tbey will bo
U o :i s 11' il
Pried
Nteved
In or Out of tbe Shell-
B6?- Open at all hours.
se 38-lm J. B. BUELL
NOUVEAUTES
D'automne et   D'hiver.
J. II. TURNER Er CIE.,
Oat l'lionneur d'informer leurs
amis et lo public quil vionnent de
recevoir un assortiment do Nouve-
autes do Modes des Meillouros liaisons do Paris.
MAISON DE LONDRES.
Septeinbre, I860. se23
Union is accomplished and
Producers   Protected.
The country only can be sated by
Palrouizing
CAMERON'S  ISLAND   PRODUCE
MABZET,
No.  18   Fort  street,  opposite  sirs.   Heal's
Hoarding-bouse.
SINCE WE ARE TO HAVE A TARIFF,
Island Produce will be in demand and to
supply tho increase of orders it has been
necessary to make arrangements with several
more hunters and fishermen ; also Producers
will always he able to find a market for their
vegetables and other produce, at reasonable
rates ; whilst consumers can have tbeir demands supplied free of duty. The market
will henceforth be supplied with the finest
Venison, Fish and Game of every description.
Clams and Oysters from the newly discovered beds at Chemainus.
Since preparing the above we learn that a
special Telegram lies arrived from the Home
Government stating that Chinamen pedlars
are to be taxed $30 per head, per month, and
knowing it to be a lata! shock to them, the
"Original" will go in mourning fur the space
of one month, in respect to their memory.
ON  ¥  FAKLE  CHINOOK.
oc 7
iRE-OFEisriisra-
—or THB—
EUREKA CONCERT ROOM
I'NDER THE 1AH1GEI1E.TT OF BBS. QUISLES.
fpniS MOST FAVORITE AND FASHION-
-*• able place of amusement having been
entirely re-decorated will re-open This Evening at 9 o'clock. Mr. Ned Reed, the famous
Banjo Player will be in attendance to amuse
visitors with his minstrel Songs. At the Bar
thc best of case Liquors and Havana Cigars
will be dispensed.
Open every Evening at 9 o'clock, admission
fret. it 34
H   Turner & Co,
GOVERNMENT STREET,
VICTORIA, V. I.
LONDON   FIRM,
J. P. Tunstall <?k Oo
LONDON    HOUSE,
September, 18CC.
We have received ly " Pioyal Tar'' and late Express arrivals a
great part of our Autumn and Win'er Stock. It comprises as usual a
full assortment of Staple and Fancy Goods.
Likkns, Cottons, Prints, Damasks,
Blankkts, Flannki.s. kc,
Dhess Goods, Thi: New Linskys, Serges, Mehinos,
Popu*es, Plaids, ic
Shawls—Uich Brochc, Wool, Himalayan, kc,
Ladies' and Children's Undkrclothing,
Mantles, Furs, Hosiery, Embroideries, Lack
Goods, &c.
Millinery —Wreaths, Head Dresses, a beautiful selection
of Bonnets in the Lamballe, Pamela, and other new
shapes;   Hats in silk, velvet, and straw.
Tliis department is now under thc direction of a Fwst Class French
Milliner, who arrived by last steamer.
Tlie above goods have been selected by our London partner with great
care, and will be sold on most favorable terms.
se2I
J.   H.   Turner   &   Oo.,
Agents for Alexandre's Kid Gloves.
A   Triumph    ot    Soience
—ISO—
THB  LIGHT  OP   THB   WORLD
DR. MAGGIEL'S
PILLS   & SALVE.
Thew l/fe-pflvlng rntnediea art now, for tb* fir t
IlitW, g vo.i pulil-cly to tti ■ w <r a. For over aqaaitcr
of a century of private practice the ingredients iuthese
Life-Giving Pills
fi;iT» bfl'B lined with tbe gre-iteat success. Their
mUibn Unt on y to invent < in-aw1, but to mre
They «+ch o-j- thi Tarions rrmMiet by which tho
pationt In suffering, and re.invigorate* t'te alliiu
system. T -the ared and infirm a lew ilosos of theso
valuable PILLS will prove to he
A VERY FODNTAIN OF YOUTH,
For in everv Ca*e they add new Ufa and vitality, a»d
restore the Winii<g«<i'tfjfie4 lo their trUUne suu. Ti
the y k hii I mi hi]- ngvi they will prove most in
valu.fclft, a» a rei y, spuotflc and sterling medicine,
i ere is a dream realized, that I'.iuce.da-Leon sought
for three hundred vears ago. and never f nnd. Ho
loofci d for a f iiotafn that would reitore the old to
Vigor uinlni.tlic; out I. eY«
Att Eternal Spring-1
It waa left for this diy nnd hrtlr to realize the drenm,
and »hoW in one gloriuui fact the mftglc that made
U fair.
THESE FAMOUS  REMEDIES
Cannot stiy the flight of yearn, but they can force Mole,
aii' hold nluiif, diseases 'hat mi 1.1 Irl mi'li over Uio
ag d and the young. Let n"iie Imaitate then, bnt
at iz-t thu favorable opportunity tliat often. Wlitn taken
u prescribed—
For Billious Disorders
Nothing can be more productlee of curt thnn tho*'
I'ills.—Their almoHl m-gic influence in felt at o cut
mnl ih" iimial conn mftants of thH m<at distressing
disease an- n moved. Thine reiutdies are mad* from
the purest
VEGETABLE COMPOUNDS.
They will not harm the m-ml delicate female, and
a i bu Klt-nwiUi good elfeot iu prescribed deses to
the youngest b*bu.
For Cutaneous Disorders
Andalitru'-llonaof the skin, the BALVE fs most Invaluable. It doea n t heal evtvrnally alnu<>, but penn-
trass with tliawost K-arahiug eif.ijn to tht very root
ofthe evil.
THE PARK HOTEL
X fully situated Hoiel la now fitted up in
the must luxurious style for boarders snd
lodgers.     Private   rooms   can   be   had   for
parlies.
A TABLE
D'HOTE
WILL   BE   LAID   EVERV    AFTERNOON
AT   5  O'CLOCK.
Every description of amusement, including
music, is provided for tbe guests.
Ladies and gentlemen can find in the Park
Hotel a comfortable and luxurious home.
Thc best of wines and liquors kept on hand.
Ladies can bave free use of a phaeton for
town drive.
Honrding by tbe week at low prices to suit
tho  times. oc S
Snorborg & Rueff,
COMMISSION   MERCHANTS,
Importers end Wholesale Deale-s in
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS,
Boots  :in<!   Shoes,
Wliurf street, Victoria, V. I. oc 2
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)
DR. MAGGIEL'S PiLLS
Invariably cure tbe following Diseases
Asthma,
Bowel Complaint*,
Cough*,
Colds,
Chest Dl-eases,
CoitlvenePH,
Asjtpeptiti.t
Diarrhea,
Dropsy.
Djuilitjr,
Ferer*nd hgr «.
Fern die Com pl« in l«,
Headache,
Indies tlon,
Infill Pi Zl,
Itiflamm ttlon,
Inward Weakness,
leWet Complaint,
Lowi.e*i of Spiritl,
Ringworm,
Rheumatism,
Salt i. I'iMim,
Scalds,
Skin iMseafltfl,
»» NOTICE. —Vonegenrlne without the enjrrared
trade-mark »rn<ind e*ch pnt or box, signed by DR J.
MAiGlr-.l,, 43 Fulton street) New lork, to counterfeit
Which IS felony.
j|y Sold hy Ml resnectnble Doalen in Medtcftlei
throuffh<mt the United Sates aud Canada—at 25 cents
per box or pot,
A. C. Langley & Co.,
Agents for Vancouver Island and British
Columbia.
£•2
The fojr Reviews re-published by Mwrn. Penrr k
Qp., are  generally  co sirierru  ait the lireat  R*Tie«i,
and HUt-kwoud nun isjttn Justly |Ui:i'd in ihttsame
rank.   WhofVerdlspehieA  wiih r mliit,' pn 'llnntlori* of
thlsola'S,    wli   ti-ve i ■ nun   ne In-*     1'ii.j.il    i ..fiiviu .turn,
w'll i-  In' iihic/.-tln'r iicliinil the time   In whieh he
lives—nnd in these tfineaa p<Mto-i may soon get very
far bohin<i,, TU-y m«y l>e ti<ad nud studied wilh inl.
vMitavM- by the people ui tin* century, oi' every creed
aud party.
UT HL.YOKWool) li uniiinaHv attractive st thin
time (n Ahi'Mi.nN-, nut ouly fir a* fieri I articles by
<IMlumiifli'«d wrlt*ra vt firtl.-A, bul for ilm aeennut nf
Ihe IsiUl olvij iv r now being. wilUfl) by IM. Von
ll-rkf, aOuimanoniocr, clik-f. .<-»Ufl lo Gen. J. E. 1).
aluart, of Che Confederate army.
TEUHS   FOR   18<I6.
For anyone of the K»view4 |l per anunm
Fur an> twoof ilu-Kovlewa,  7 '*
Mor any three or the Kevlews 10 "
Kor all foaf nf the Reviews 13 ••
r.ia Hlackwo-d'i Magsiln* 4 "
KHrHlackwoiid and  one Revl  w  7 "
Yor Ulai kwood and auy two of the Reviews. t .. t,,,....,, - ,. 10 "
For I'.U.kwin.d and three of tho Kevlett>i..l8 "
for BUckwood and the four Kevlews 16 "
CLUBS.
A discount nf twenty percent, will ht a'lowed lo clubs
cf four or mire persons. Tnu», four c pies of
Rlackwcod, or of one Review will be Hent to one address or ft 12 80. Four cupici of the fuur Kevlews and
llinckwood, for $48, and ho on.
POSTAGE.
When sent by mail, the PosTagi to nny part of the
United t tea wiil be lot twenty-tour centra year for
" uckwood," and but eight cents a year for each of
the Kcviewa.
Reduced Prices for previous years-
Sutmcribers may obtain ihe Rcpi-lnts immediately
preceding 1866, as follows, viz. :
DlacfotxHxl from S»ptpm'.er, 18fi4, to December, J865
inclusive, at the rate of f 2 50 a yoar.
Tho North firitish from January. 1808, to December,
1^65, Inclusive t the Edinlmrgh nnd tbe Westminster item
Ap il, 18G4, to beccmic, ISto, inelutive. and the
Ietmdon Quarterly for the year 1866, at the rate of $1 A0
a year for each or any   evi«w.
*%*»*• A few copies yetremitn ofnfl the four Reviews
for 1868 at $4 a set, or %\ 60 for any one.
LEONARD   SCOTT   A.   CO.,
Publishers,, 38  Walker Street. N. Y-
L. S. & Co., also publish the
PAEMER'S GTTIIDE
By Heirt St«rilsira, »f Edinburlfli. nnd Hie I... J. P.
No»tox, et T.I. Cullcfe,   3 voU. Eojii OotMO.   1800
IiiiHei, unci iHiiiietou.  BngrBvingi-
Tare tl lot Un tiro To'im.;—by Kail, put pnM,
THB  ONE THING   WANTED;
HOLLOWAY'S PILLS.
The BlooA.
These famous pills are so composed tin
they operate wholesomely on the elfetfiaoh, tbo
liver, ihe bowtls, anil other organs;.by corsret-
Ing any derangemepl. in their flinctkins
whereby » ateady supply of pore (witerlklli tor
tha renewal ofthe Mood is furnished, >n<l a-
constant abstraciioii of effete products is ef'
feclad. Tbia perfect circulation tiMa brtomea
tbe very fountain of health and life, and overcomes all form of Jisease wberev¥r ita situa.»
Uod.
<.«'ii<iitl IMsonl) in of Ilie   I.I ver
and Momacb.
All who ever indulge a' *.al>la, either in ent*
'ng or drinking, should take nVin ten et thess-
liinniiis pills Ht bed time, frns which will rr»
sn I r u rlriir head and good atuaacb tWfill iva-
ini.' morniiif;. Thouaauda ol Ladies are always complaining ,f sick headache*, want o
appetite, want of energy, oad want ol sirengtb,
to coirect all those evils, thnee or four ol tkesa
I'ills shoulil be taken twiee a vreek, when Ihey
would give tbe invalid ,oe bbivliti ami iijipeiilw
of a ploughman.
Fciualeii of all Apes and Clame*
Obstructions ot aay kind, either in yonnc
or those between forty and fifiy--th" aiost ern-
ii-.il pci imi of life—may be radically remo.'")
by using these Pills according to tHe printed
directions which accompany each bin. Ynnnp,
persons wilh sickly and sallow complexion!/
may have the bloom of hcnlik rrttored by thi?
corrective, wLioh pi:tiHes the blood and expels ull gross and impure humorafrom thesys •
tem. Beware then of tbe critical age Iran
lorty to titty, as it sends many thousands tb
premature grave,—iheso Pills should he take*
it that period ol lire two1 or three times »
teek
IVant  of Strength and Ener^r-
PersoDS of sedentary hn'tiis, or those troubled in mind, working iitFactories or Coal
Pits, wbo cannot obtain tbat amouat ot freat
air and exercise which nafare requiries, siill'ev
from weakness nnd delilily, lowness of splr;;s
and want of appetite. All such should take a
lose or two of these Pills every three or toot.
days, as tbey act gently and rlli rtuullj on tb*
system and impart rigor owd energy to iho
body, wbich is always followed by a go.n!
appetite, sound knd refreshing sleep, and »
high flow of spirits.
For the Vvtre of Dropgy.
The cflio.icy of Holloway'a Pills in Dropvy
Is extraordinary. They acl with such a peoit-
linr effect upon the system, that the flniaV>
causing thU diretul complaint, are percepllbl
carried oil and prevented from any lurlhet
accumulation. Tbe liiHerer ngatna a buoyancy of spirits and rejoices in a completely
renovated eouatitution. lt ie indispensably
necessary that the ointment ili.nld he moil
effectually rubbed into the complaining para
during the whole course of trcatmeot.
Children and tbeir AUmenlr.
In no country in tbe world are more cMMvid
carried to an early grave than in Great Erilomi.
Coughs, Measles, Scarlatina, Fevers, and oiler
diseases attack the little auflewrs, and death,
but too often, follows al a rapid pice; yet if
at the first stage ot these complaints, parents,
were to have recourse to Holloway'a Pill*, all
danger would be aiolded. for the stonach
and bowels would ve gently but efectnally
cleansed bv this milu aperient; the depraved
n ii mors correct co ana tne secretions dnly regulated. A perfect cure would -oon ba affected, and tbe little patient restored to toao<>'
health.
Holloway' PI. t tre the bast knawn renedy ll iW
world fi» the Allowing diseases:
Sold tt the Knnbll8hm«nt ot Pmfen»or H.illnway, ttti
strand, (near Teninl. Bar,) I. niton ; al." by all retpect
.tile Drugirl.l. anil Dealer. In Ucleinp.throcftb.ut tb«
civlllzcil world, at the lollowinK t>:ic.-s—In. I),., 5. ed. r
(a. lid., III., 22** and 3S>. each box.
Aline
Asthma
Billlona Complaint*
Blotches    oi.    the
skin
Bowel complaints
Colics
Constipation ol tbe
Bowls
Consumt tlon
DeWHy
Dropsy
Dyientrv
Eiy.lpelas
Female  Irregular
lile.
Fever of all kind,
Fits
llout
Head Aeha
Indig.*tio.
Inflammation
.1.ond Ice
UverComnlafot.
Lumbago
file.
Rbeumatlsn
Retenlioo *f I'rlne
Serofa'aorKloc a
Evil
■<or« Thnata
Stone and Gravr
Secondary Symptom.
Ic Dolore.x
Toi.iora
Oleers
VHnereal     .ttt*.
lions
Worm,    o f   a
kinds
Weakness     frt.es
whatever csn.a
*,* There Is a considerable laving ay taking tba
nr^cr slxei.
IH reel ions for the puidrnce of patient, in every dloor
der aro altlxml to ench box.
Prihtid and Published by McCluii A Oo. at
the offlce, Langley Street.

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