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VOL. I.
VJCTOIIJA,   VANCOUVER   ISLAND,   WEDNESDAY   EVENING,   AU6U8T   29    1866
NO. 50.
THE
"EVENING TELEGRAPH,"
rrautttga
Everv   Even'ug at  4   O'Clock,
(dalurday and Sunday evenings excepted.)
ALSO  IVIHV
SUNDAY    MORNING !
New Advertisements.
TBIUIS OF   HI ll>< HII'l Ill\ ,
r.r Annum, In Mvaaee, iijr m»il, ,
For   -in   iiiiMlttu,  	
jvr vv-#k, jinj-nble U, Csrrlwr	
mitUlul'im,	
..$111 00
..   fl uu
fi
IU
For terms pf Advertisement applv at the
Offlce. Lan:ley Street
NOTICE.
Hard Bread! Hard Bread!
STORE ST. CRACKER BAKERY.
Best Quality of Pi ot Bread at 6  l-2c
per lb., or $5 per box del:vered.
Navj fit 5c per b., or $4 per box do.
Butter at 9c per lb-
Soda at 9c per lb.
Wm.   Moncks,
au 8 Proprietor.
New  Advertisements.
ALICE   BROWN'S
FANCY   TWIST
SMOKING TOBACCO
JPST RRCEIVBD AT
Nt'W Advertisements.
THK UKKAT
HK.MKIlY   01'
AUK.
THB
THEAIEB
Photographic Gallery
(UP  STAIRS). "
M II -nul   Humor.
fet
The other day an Iriahmnn walked un J HE R M A N     SHU LT Z,
ton pillar   letter   box   in    Wliitcliuvcu,
dropped iu a letter (unstamped) mnl after
it ti shilling. He slim I Fur houic time
knocking and ((e'.ting no answer, lie cried
down the mouth, 'Please, cun 1 {{at my
change ?'
An alderman of London once requested , The Government  St.  Boot  Store,
an uulhor lo write a speech  fur   In in    to
ihliver at the  Cuililli.ill.    'I   must    first | Has jmt received  per steamer
diiio with you,' replied he, ' und sec how
y.'ii open >our mouth, that I muy know
what «ort of words will (it it.' I _   .,    , ,    n, ...      ,      „,
Laaies   and   Children s   Shoes,
•iins <;ai,m:i;v, i.om; and favoh-
ahly known t« Victoriun? mid ,triui|iers,
j hus facilities in Iho way of light, material-.
kc, and the experience of the proprietor en-
! utiles him to furnish Cartel do Visile, Amhru-
| types, ami photographic work ot superior
: Inlsh uocqualltd by aay other houil In towe,
I and at as low I'Iuces  as   otheu   iitaHUIB*
Wine Sip, Peach, Apricot. Mary's Own, I musts   charge   for   common   and  Inferior
Light Presstd, Natural Leaf, Butfllo        pictures—in fact nt prices to suit the limes
A.   F.   KEYfSKWH,
Together wiili some lino
HAVANA. (/1GAR9 IIIKELT.
Also on hrtiiil
His Well Known and Old Established
Stutid
A   FINE   ASSORTMENT   OE
Tongue, and Atlantic Cable
Tobacco-
just received pkh hark Rival
A Fine Assortment of
Meerschaum   Pipes,
Call and examine.
au 5-1 in
For Sale Ex Camden,
Dr. JoIi'irou was once met hy a coxcomb in Cheapside, who seemed delcr-
inliied to niovu ou in a i^hi line, in
deliaiice of tho law of the causeway, uud
who insolently exel. lined lo the Doctor,!
'Un you think I'll tutu out of my wuy for
a fool V 'Well, well,'buid Johnson, 'if
you won t I will.'
Turkic -iiANUED   People. — Dilatory j
people arc always tichind lime ; and some {
oue mini it) a person of litis clu.-s,  'J   see
timl.   you   belliug   lo   ihe   three-handed |
people.—'Tlireehiindcil !' said lie ; 'that's
rutlier    uncoiiiuioii.'—' Oh  no,   com in on
enough,' said the other ;  ' two hands like
other people'— uud a liule  behiiid-huiid I'
'If I conld come ticro-s u (jood leinper-
micc lecture,' suid a wine Uibher to bis
^postulating clergyman, ' I would give it
due cons deration ; but the trouble is, all
you temperance lecturers nre to dull.'
There comes us good a lecture us could
possibly lie inude,' responded the clergyman, poin'itig to a drunkard who was
sliiggenug along the strict.
A young ludy, whose iiumo was Mny-
duu, marred u gentleman tiumcd Mudd,
which gave rise to thu following epigram :
Lot's wife, 'tis snid, in diiy if old,
Kor ouo rebellious  halt,
Was tiirn'd, as we are plainly told,
Into a lump of Milt.
Tho same propensity of cliauiro
Still runs in woman's blood ;
For here we see a case us Strange—
A Maydeu turned to .Mudd.
At an Irish party the butler said to the
lady of the house, ' I'lm .c mn am, »iii 1
strip ?'—' Yes,' wus tlie reply, ' ull the
company have arrived.' And the butlor
then stripped oil' thu covers from the
diiilics.
Learning versus Wisdom—Josh Billings remarks, ' Enny bodily kati tell wliurc
lightning struck hint, Un it takes a smart
man tew Iind out wlmrc it w. going to
strike next time ; this is one of the differ-
'nces between learning and wisdom,'
Which he offers nt a very low price.
Hosteller,  Docker, und Aii;'0.(iira;ilitK-rs,
Oregon Ciller lu bbls. and rates,
Claret In casks, lialf-ra.k- and rases,
s.-iuli-i ue and California White Mine,
French Alcohol 00 O.P.,
Iteccives by each steamer from  Kngland and I     l.ug. Cllquut, Miunm and Bollcngcr Chum.
pilRUr,
FACTS vs. THEORIES-
"Givomc a place to rest my lever on,"
•»J» Archimedes, "and I will move the
world." " Give lae pure and unadulterated
drugs," says Medicus, of the olden time,
"aad I will cure disease."
Ia one 6cnse, both of theso learned pundits
.San   Francisco
BOOTS     <Sc    SHOES
or-  Tin
*   FINEST   AND   UK ST QUAMTV,
FRENCH   LEATHER,
— AMI —
SHOE     FINDINGS,
At prices to correspond with the  times,
nu IJ
And In  More nn  nsiortmrnt of llrandy
and Liquors Hiltable for tlic Trade.
Cartes de Visite
$5 per Doz
at short nt
Tins.
GEORGE   R0BIN80N,
Proprietor.
Out door work attended to  at short notice,
and un the must reasonable terms.
an 0
HOLLOWAY'S OINTMENT.
Tl»r   ftttti    of   tbe    Ointment   »n    tke
IfMM
To lh*» r- ry co e Hnd centre of nil ill*'nun
which nfji-rt the hiiinnti body, ihif remnrkabte
preparation penetrates. It disappear* under
he friction t>\> ihe hflntfl, na Mill rftpuppenri
when rabb«H rj^on m«nt. The unguent par-
''irrir its billing crnirnl rapidly, safely, aad
without pair. Simple eruptions, njien ;orti,
hard tumor*, ttrofOiOtM nevelopmentii of nil
kfndi, abcenei, cancer*, old houucb, nud, in
■act, rxory specb s of Inflammation nnd i:ip-
;mi if in-, w Iic'lier in tl o pkm, the flesh, the
gliadli at iimiiii|[ ihe muscles, can he .irrnttb
in iti destructive course, nnd permanently
carnd without danger by rubbing in this inn-
timible Ointment.
It ml     1h-R"
ItJ-.l      Hr.MHtm.
Hiirrs,    ami
s$r Depot of Havana Cigars.
au C
EUGENE THOMAS,
Yates street.
WARM WEATHEE !
ICE!   ICE!   ICE!
»     I.UXUItV  WITHIN THE  ItKACH   OF
/I all, supplied by
^LiiX.   priii^i^ii'fs,
FORT STREET,
To say nothing aliout Ginger Iiecr, Lemonade,
or Soda Water with it.
Btiy The way to keep cool.
an .1
J.   NAGLE,
shipping Mr ster and Commission
Agent-
A*n\*\
t iIli:\VS sHI'PMKI) AT TIIR 8HOUTB3T
\J Notice—(iiiods entered and cleared nt
the Custom House; Manifests, Charter Parties,
und Hi Is ut' Sale made out. Vessels huught
ur sold.
Blajr   Several  small  Vessels   for   sale   or
charter.
OrriOB—Dastion   street,   near   tho   Police
Barrack,. on 17
MOW    WESTMINSTER
GAME   DEPOT,
"YATES   ST.,
Next door to the corner of Government,
opposite Zclncr'a Drnjj Store.
THE .SIJllSritlllRR BAYING  MAIIE AR-
raiigctii'-uts  to   receivo   from   different
•ere the veriest charlatans.   They knew there   P^rtic* Ihe produ e of the Island and cuuutry
»«s no  place to rest their lever on, either to   will be prepared to turuish
move the world or cure disease.    Mechanism Game,
*»8 ia a backward state, and thc medical profession was but auothei name for sorcery,
■ed all the adjuncts of tnugic filters and
'Iwrms ol tbe " evil eye," ke.
But these latter days have borne unto ns
something more than even superstition and
its crew ever dreamt of in tbeir maddest plii-
losophy. In these days of praclical science,
*bat was theory of yesterday if lact to-day,
"id all the old time notions become a? huhides
'n tlie sun, und burst aud break wilh every
breath we draw.
het Archimedes shoulder his levir and we
•ill find a resting place for it lo move the
*orld. lt*x mine ancient Medicus pant nnd
toil no more for the drugs he so sorely needs,
'or we have them At our hand, ever ready to
Mrve tbem at bis beck.
Refined in the laboratory of Dr. KagLiel,
tbe finest materials known In the medical pro
fwsion are obtainable hy any om'. Ilis
"illions, Dyspeptic, ami Diarrhoea Tills Bland
"nrivulled.'und his Snlvo operates with io«gi-
e*l effect npon burns, scalds,and all sores nud
•leers of the skin.
In fact, we think Mxotnil'd Pills and Salv i
"re tbe wonder of this century, nnd we are
""ppy in the thought that mnny others of our
brethren of the cralt agree with ns. We would
earnestly counsel that all fumMii-s provide
themselves with Dr Maygiel's Prcpainiions at
°'ice, nnd keep them ready nt hand, so as to
nsethemat ihe must opportune timo and as
occasion serve.'.— Voiles Sentinel.
Fish,
fruits,
Poultry,
Eggs    and    Vegetables,
Each  and  all ia  their season, at thc lowest
prices.
Jfcjy* Kraser Uiver Salmon by each steamer.
JAMES   ALLEH.
jy Sl-Im
Everett's Exchange,
STORE   8TREE!\   V. 1.
I HE  TROPRIErOR RESPECTFUL,!.V  IN-
I    f.irms   his fne ids end  tlic public t  at lie
has opemd bis old stand in Store street, where
he will   keep   as   before   the  finest quality of
V\ INKS, LIQI'liRS, and CIGARS.
Uorae and see.
aa3-lia       PAT. EVERETT, Proprietor.
3STOO?IOJE.
DURING   MY   TEMPORARY   ABSENCE
at  San  Francisco,   my   brother,   Peter
Matthiesscn, holds my Power of Attorney.
Dated Hotel St.Nicholas,Govcrnmeut street,
Victoria, 14th August, 18ISC.
au 15 X. C. MATTUIKSSEN.
The Colonial Market.
JOHNSON   STREET,
(OPPOSITE      OltlKXTA!,     AI.LE7.1
Will he re-opcucd on
Saturday,    August     4th,
The market will he constantly supnlied
with the bist quality of articles required for
the family table. Fresh supplies received
daily.
nu 1 N. V. LANCE.
J.    SPENC ErT"
HOU8E AND'SHIP
PLUMBER,
Gas-fitter ami Bell-hanger,
Corner Yates and Government streets-
All branches nf the  above   buniness  practically done  with  ni-atnt'ss  and despatch, at
charges to correspond with the times.
aull
RED LION HOTEL,
GOVERNMENT STREET.
'I'HE   AI'.OVE-NAMED   HOTEL   HAVING
JL   been opened hy
JOE      EUEKT,
He will be  happy 10  meet his   friends  on all
occasions, a,i    will furnish them with
tlie best of
Wine?, Liquors, Ale, Porter, &c .
and Cigars.
HOARD AND LODGING  PER DAV, $1.
J^y" Bagatelle n.id Skittles,
(.'all and sec tbe establishment,    JOE presides and keeps order. au lu
EX   FIDELITER
A Choice Lot of Bacon
•Juwt   Arrived.
For Sn'e by
P.   Gilligan,
STORE  STREET.
Miscellaneous.
EXPRESS LINE STAGE?.
"ROUND THE CORNER"
IS THE NAME OF TIIE
HSTEVT"    SALOON
JUST OPENED IN
liitnsli'.y   street,   round   the
corner from Ysites street,
Iu the building formerly  occupied   hy   the
Saloon of Eueiiiiaiiiit's lim hi..
The Saloon has been tastefully refitted,
and will be supplied with the
FIRST    QUAL1T Y   0 F
V/ines   and  Liquors.
Thc proprietor respect fully invites tlie pub-
lie, to call "ROUN'D TIIK CORN'KU" and
judge for themselves.
GOVEKNKENT   STREKT     KNTIIANCK — NEXT
doop io tlie Telegraph Office.
jy'29 JfcCOR    rlERttlltlER.
Oriental Restaurant,
YATES   STREET,
In connection wilh the Oricutnl Hotel.
THIS   KSTAHUSHMKXT   IS   OPEN AT
ALL HOUKS OF THK DAV OR MUHT
TP3CE    TABLE
Will be furnished with the best the market
affords.
Breakfast,
Dinner,
Supper
At moderate prices,
Oysters   in   every   Style.
Private Booms fnr sm ill or large parties.
Call ml judge for yourBftlvm.        jy 30-lra \
q^HB COACHES OF THIS LIVE W i,
X' now run regularly, leaving Tale, ti, (
uu
Wednesdays,
.«. »d Friday*,
' AT 7, A. M.,
r 0 It    SAVAWA'S    FE BR V
(BlR Bend Itoute), until the romplelion of the
ruad, when tliey will fro to RftVAOft'l Ywtja,
The Couch for Cariboo will U-ave Vine on
Mnmtuv,
jy a F. J. HARN\U1>
In many BDipiUll in Kuropeihii celchratH
remedy is now uied lur tbe cttff *»t old woundi,
■ores, and ulcers ; in Spatfl and Portugal, and
in many parti of Jtalv, the first Physician! r»-
regalarl^ prescribe it<« use. It ia a govtzeigii
remedy lor bad breaitl and bud Itps; und like*
wise for nil skin AtieMn. It \? to be found in
the chest of near)/ every Btiitof, soldier, and
emigrant.
liiipruftenrlci    of    l'oafh ; — Sorcfc    :nul
The above clasa o'' compl.iinli is surely re*
coved by nightly fomenting the parts wilt
.utm waier, and then by mu»l efl'ectnnlly rub
Ding in this oiniment. Persons sufl'ciing fror»
these direful complaints nhould lose not a mo
merit in arresting their progress. It should b«
understood that it is not sullieient merely to
smear lbe Ointment on the affected parts, but
it in a-t tie well i ii idied in for some eonsiderabli
lime tw » or three times a day, that it may )>«
faki*n i ii to the system, whence it will remov.
only hidden sore or womd as effectually a.
though it ware palpable io tbe eye. Uread and
water poultices, after tbe rubbing in of tfc.
Ointment, will do great ler rice, This is tht
only proper treatment for females in caBei of
cancer in the stomach, or fur those who BixQtf.
trom a general bearing do* n.
l*iten, FUtuiit*. RCrletvrea*
Blotches, as also swellings, can with certain tj
be radically cured If the Ointment be used
freely, and the I'ills be taken night and morn.
Ing asrecommended in the printed instructions
When ireaied iu any othenvy these complaint,
only dry up in one place lu break cut in an-
ulier; wherein this Ointment will remove thr
tjumor from the system, and leave the patien
i vigorous and healthy being. It will ret]uin
.ime, aided by '.he Qie of tne I'ilU, to ensure
asting cure.
1)1 (ilUn i;i.    If .ti • hi I is.    Sine    Tlnonta,
Any of the above class of diseases may be
-iired hy well rubbing the Ointment three
kimea a dny upon the skin covering tlie throat,
chest, and neck of the patient. The unguent
will soon penetrate the pores and give immediate relief. To allny the fever and lessen th3
laflamation, eight or t<'n I'ills slnmld be takes
night and morning. The Ointment will pio-
duce peTsp'iation, which is so essential for
removing feveri, sore throati and those op-
preiiiom of the chest wbich arise from
Aithn a, Bronchitli.'and othet causes.
Botil   tike   OintiiM nt unit   Ptlll   «hnuld
in-  n-iii  in tin- following insvn!
General News Agent
J. tSfratniaii.
EMPIRE NEWS DEPOT
Cor. Washington &, Sansome st?-
San I^i'svncisco.
rpHK ADV HTIsKR is. prepared to supply
X wilh punctuality and celerity the annexed
newspapers aud periodicals upon the following
terms All orders, to receive immediate attention, must he accompanied by cnih remittance,
aod handed in previous to the 4th, 14th, and
'J 1th of each mouth.
Lumiou Daily Times $14 00
"       Tlie  Kiel.)  MOO
"       lllu«lnii»'il Time*..   ..       , (in
'*     WwKlyTlmM      7oo
**        Bell's LifO in l.«mtlnn 14 00
Week!) Dtspati 14 00
" III. Nrwinfll.e   Wmlil 14 00
•'        l'ul'lic 0|nnioii  750
'       Index  (Kree'lrade) .' 14 i)0
"       111.   BportlDf N«W«  S 00
'<     8i>ecuitnr li oo
"     Be*tew  1400
"       Saliinlay itcviuw 14 00
PntiP-* Nition,.,, Il'oo
Londo.i Hljnttrntod News u oo
Allait'-a Slonlhl- 3 00
BtaakwoodNtUagMUW 3 oo
( H-arp-i^ Haftaxini 300
Sixpenny KftglklQC h ,t n<i
Rutekerboeker ;i,
I'nciflc V mi'.ly....; ■••*....  • 3(Ki
(inilcvV)-i.li-is Book 3 ()0
Millies I Host 3 00
CmiiinfuUl MnRMine 3 oo
Mndam UemoibSt'o     onthly y 00
F. U»He'* n*'w l-'umity Mugaitac 3 00
Churabwrs' Kdinbargli  oiirnal 4 00
Mimlbly   p*|»rc, 1 Mice *   Week f) 00
■' "        AH tlie Year Hound 5 QO
Tliiokeror's ('nrahill Mr^iuhh* not
L-mdon Lancet. fi 00
3. A. SaIh'8 Temple Bnr r> 00
Unnlotl Society   H:if!iiiino 6 oil
St. J«m«l Mn.'fttine..... fi 00
Edinburgh Review 100*1
tonilofl   Il*v1e* 10 00
Not tli Brit ixliKi'v^w iqoo
.fehlmiii'-tcr Rf'lfw lo 00
I '.ml^ii Arl   Jr.miiHl 1300
Ulull'j It  Sme'lius Alai' 10 uo
(1(1-1 I Oil*
.roam (Corns)        Ithenmntiim
Itii.l Brtwtl
Oaneeri                   liraldt
Rtirna
I'J- ntiuctrd      and Sort Kipjilfi
Bunloni
9tl' tout*          H ro Throot
Pit*"! Ma»chttn«
Kltphontteiil        Skla diono
and Sand'FItu
PUtulM                     -curvy
nro-Uiv
Oont                           Mm liendi
"llli-iM,  tout
ilon^ulot     Swrli il'tinwn
llofl                       1 iotftt
Jhllblalni
I. mbofo.              rt ouiids
lni|)jii'd Hindu
Piles                          \ iMi
I
Snid nl t f Kst«bltiihmi*n( ot PnePisniR IIoixowa
t44, stmml, rtfli Tomjili" Boi . London : nlto Ly a
MptOtablO DrnntlU und DMterslU Medicinm ibrnuytt
iuttl.0 cinli/.ii world, »t iliffoll wtnf piirti It. 1>»|
J. Wi    4n  lid..11-., S3-, Mid toa\>t Mill rati
%*  fliori 1» oootlderablaiiTlng bjrpiking the iar^«.
IZVf.
N P.— mroettoiH f-T 1 lie pi Ida tie* of Paitt-nti   tn   irn
i1i«" 1*1 nre allied  lr> »ioh Put
(SEWING MACHINES,^!
ito,
\o;
1 :: '.>
'"•Jy Street, ItSA**
ap
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■fefftB.—Tbt Sintw Michim- \a tYi* only Marliiiw llwft
»J! mat nit kmJ. m"cloth -i;K «il kind* of Utm4-
MACHLVES  SOLD  IN TWO YEARS
The almost incredible increase in the paU of
thc Singer Machine diirinp the past two years
is owing to the popularity of the LETTER A
TRANSVERSE SHUTTLE Family Machine,
which was introduced in 18(»0, since which
time it has corned and established a reputation for family usps equal to the celebrated
manufacturing machines ol this Firm, which
aro generally acknowledged, even by dealers
in oilier dewing Machines, to bo unequalled
for pupIi purposes.
BfetT NO OTHER Family Sewinjr Machine
has f>uch perfect and improved appliances for   .
Ruffling, Hemming, Rinding, Ftdlhig, Tucking,
Gathering, Qtragiibg, Uraidia . ■ or   rig, Q   ii-
ing, etc,
JJg^" All persons requiring nforimUict
about our Sewing Machines, their * izes, Pricei,
Working Capacities, nnd the belt method of
purchasing,CAki obtain it bv sending lur a, copy
of the
SINGGB    MANUFACTURtNO    COMPANY S
ri,LU6TRATKD  PAMPULBT,
Whieh is entirely devoted  to the  subject.    It
will be sent gratis, with specimens of work.
Local Agent* wanted in every Toxin.
WILLIAM  DKODRICK
General Agent lor the Sing*r ManTg Co. I'liion  (ro'liig  In  <aiil»;to
tbt Cirll) , irlilch me believe
Iruljr Tffttaenti tlic fa ling of iht popu-
lotiou on un t nitilrri, ttii'cn tbuilu regard 14 UrnluyioKi  I doiugi ol Mi
Arfm'a itraior Birch, mho Imjoil rldtrd
Cariboo.   Afier alluding ratfarr (kvorsUjf
to Mr Bull's F|n'eiii to tlic Mining
Board tl e Sentinel tayi ;
" Wlmt then It our n-tnn'ilini'tit to
Iind, tli it while jirelfodtlic nil kind* of
i>ytil|inllijr nml coininiserniiiig our MillVr-
Iiiitk from the innl-iiiliiiini-lrieiori of the
Law, he is using the InOoence wlueii Ida
]>rc*ciit poaltiou line girai him to mis-
iciresint oir grieranoai lo ilie Imperial
(loveruintnt, an iustauee of dnulile dealing
only ((jitulk'd hy bit roperior offleer, Uov
oriinr tSeymnur, whote dispatch lo the
Colonial Secretary are ihall have occasion
lo refer lo iu onr nest issue
Where thVI to tStk relief? 0 rt dnly
not from any of the official', l'ur the *up
port of whom the miner.i' labor in taxed
lo ao gulling an extent ; in our opinion the
only menus of olituiiiing justice will he
to ignore the whole tribe of official* altogether, und let the people, throughchoaeu
leprosei.tuiivcs, lny tlieir grievance* be
lore the Homo (Jovorntiiftit, nud then by
placing the nun itale ol nffalri before
the Colonial Seeretniy in London, avoid
ihe rocks iu the sliape of (ioveinor Seymour uud his p oicge Mr. Birch, that wa
have: split upon.
The people of Vancouver I-laud with
their costly goveriiuieui, huve equally with
ouraelvea much to complain of; then let
the people of the two rolonlei unite in
tiieir appeal io the British I'urliuineril
und nsk for such remedi-il mcnsiiins us
by abolishing one stall of officials to reduce
ttio taxation oucoliulf, and also to recall
such of the public servants us by their im
proper conduct have rendered theuuelfOl
•odious to Ibe citizens of both colonies.
The proximity of Vancouver island to
'this continent renders the existence of
two governments a perfect farce, tlieir
union is necessary lo both ; let us then
Hecurc this desired object without delny ;
it requires only that the united voice of
the people bu heard by ihe authorities nt
■home without the Intervention of Governor Seymour or bll satellite lo uccoiu-
jilisli ull thut is required."
A Horrible Affair.
Relief  for   the   Afflicted.
New Ailverliselii 'Ills.
Till) INTIIllIU'CTIHN UK
UNIOM HOTEL,
Corner Eastion and lanflcy sis.
Mis,- Hiineeiis.
Mi
"■"■■"**^a*****mfssmtttttaa*
oelltHieous.
1» ,. ,. ]. y
1> ji v i n'
Vegetable Paiti Killer
To the Siifferinir  llmuani y of this Age
has  relieved more |i*i ', and cuiim-iI inure
reul joy ihaii any other one thing that can
be uu med.
rpilfl PROPatRTOa RK8PB0TFUUMf 1.1.
L  rornu Ho- publle, thai  Hit abnva  named
It.,|,|    ||    DI*    Opea     for    Ihe    rree|ition    ol
Ilounh-i-y.
Terms :
Board and Lodging per week
13oaid without Lodging
8,00
Thc Montana Republican bas the following :
Some time in Mny   lust, a mnn   representing himself to  be  a  minister of the
gospel   (we could not  learn   his name),
^tapped   nt uu Irishman's ranch, shunted
ut 'lobiicca i'lains, on the rond limn feu
d'lircillc   Baku   to   the Kootenai   mines.
Here tlie  reverend  geiitleuinu  remained
quite a long time.    Soon   after be   nude
bis appearance, the   Irishman was milted
from Ihe locality, hut ns   bis place wai iu
u remote portion  of the Country, uud  ns
jnouulniuecrft ure proverbially ol u  rumbling  disposition, but   little   notice   whs
tnltcti   of   bis   disappearance,     ln   the
-meantime the quondam  preacher stepped
* into tbe nhoes of I.is former lio.-l, became
.a veritable ranchero ami essayed to keep
ii public house, taking pains lo inform nil
inquiring Iriendeof the provkniK proprietor thai be hud bought out thc Irishman,
and ibat the hitter had gone to the lower
Country,    This .seemed a   plausible story,
nnd wus readily believed,   until one  day
Home friends of lbe missing mun, who had
■been calling ul   the house uud   were niter-
wards  searching  for   their burses,   lound
human Nines und a   complete  bund, upon
which   they  distinguished freckle   murks.
After this horrihle discovery they demand}
ed un   explanation   from   their lute   host,
und were   informed   that  the remains  in
question belouired to nu   Indian that had
been recently   killed   uud that be   would
burn them.    No  sooner wns the conversation ended than Iho supposed CX piench
tr commenced  currying his   intention   tu
destroy the  remains into   effect,   but the
friends of tho missing Irishman, mistrusting tbat ull wus not   right, deterred   linn,
und o.mini-need  closely questioning bim.
Wheu finally driven to   the well he inude
Mdb confessions as proved him  to lie the
most guilty  wretch thut ever  disgraced
God's footstool by his presence.    lie had
never bought the ranch, but had forged u
bill of sale Irom his former landlord, null
afterwards murdered  him.    Not satisfied
with tbis, our Informant tells us, lie hack
ed to pieces and cooked thc corpse of the
unfortunate  man,  uud  serve.1  it np iu
various prepared   dishes, to the travellers
stopping nt   his   place.    We rejoice that
the villainous   hypocrite Ins   been   hung.
Vie slmll  probably be able lo  give luller
details in our next.
Invaluable   Remedy.
Our 6rst Physicians nsep, nnd recom nd
[ti  ate |  ths  Apothecary Bads  it  first
among Ihe medii-ines called (or, and
the wholesale Drug?lit eonsld«ri
il a  leading artloll  uf hit
inula.    All the dealers
in meilieini' speak
alike  in iu favor: mnl its
reputation as a inedieine of great
merit nnd vinue it fully and |niiiin-
ntiitly  established,  and  it  is  thc great
Family Medicine   of the Age-
Every Volunteer tlmuM have a bottle, in case
of sudden attacks of Disease.
Taken Internally, cures
Sudden Colds, Coughs, ke.,
Week Stofnsch,
Gcncrul Debility,
Nursing Sore Month, Canker,
Liver Complaint,
Dyspepsia or lndiirestion,
Crump and pain in tin) Stomach,
Howe! Complaint,
I'uititers' Colic,
Asiatic Cholera,
Diarhaiu and Dysentery.
Tnken externally cures
Felons, Hoils, and Old Sores,
Severe Burns and Scalds,
Cuts, Utilises and Spruins,
Swelling of ibe Joints,
Ringworm nud Tetter,
Broken llreasts,
Frosted Feet und Chilblains,
Toothache,
I'aiu iu tlic Face,
Neuralgia nud Rheumatism.
The Hotel
Il located In the rn-.m central part of the city.
baiog i" tin- Immediate viciuiiy of tha principal itnsi-ii--, Home, the Tlieiurc and oilier
places of iiiuiisciueiit iu tbe city.
The Table
Will lit inpplled witb all the delicacies lli.-.l
our iiiai'lifts afford.
An early application i> rcccBsary ns only n
liuiii'-il number nf boarders will '"> inker, it
being the Intention of the Proprietor to do nil
iu his power lo promote Ibe comfort of those
who may Incur him with Iheir paironage.
REFERENCE   REQUIRED-
T. II.  lie (.'ANN, Proprietor.
VictoriR, V. I., July 3(ilh. 1HC6. J.v 30
rpiiK   RIGHT,   TIII.K.   AND   IKTEBE8T
1   in I .1 known ;>■■  B Mil. 8 SO, Quam-
irl.nii |li Hie , and I! V 111, I 1, Somen.I.,
PUtriet, in ill about I DO acres, situate in the
Cm i. Ii.hi Settlement.
l-'ur particulars apply to
JOHN 0LA88KY,
i;. -linn street,
an tl-llll Uppo-ile Sl|..|-ill"s Ulli.e.
X\T o T I O E
Jesse   Cowper,
tiiT
C*'
Taken internnlly, should be ndulternted
wiih milk or water, and sweetened witli
sugar, if desired, or made into a bvriip
willi molasses. For a COUGH nml
Bronchitis, a few drops on S"Ugar, eaten,
will he more clYeclivi than anything else.
For SOKE THROAT, irnrglo the tin-out
with a mixture A Puin Killer nnd water,
nnd tbo relief is immediate nud cure positive.
JCSS" It should not be forgotten that
tbo Pain Killer is equally ns cood to
tnke internally ns to use externally,
Ench bottle is wrapped with ull directions for its use.
Miscellaneous.
A   Triumph    of    Science
—and--
THB  LIGHT   OF   TIIE   WOULD
DR. MAGGIEL'S
PILLS   & SALVE.
B17NSTUR
IIAS THIS DAY
ENTERED INTO
Partnership
WITH A LI
GOOD
WITH ALL LOVEKS OF
Prices 2;"> cents, 50 cents k $1 per bottle,
HAVANACIGARH
LEWIS &   ANTHONY,
TOBACCONISTS.
47 Tates St., Brick Store
Next to Comer of Government St.,
BV.f. TO INFORM TIIEIR FRIBND8 A.NU
t"G ].nl.lie iii general   that tliey   will can
stiinily receive  by every  plennier a Roml   an-
-nrinieiiioi Genuine n avium s'Iuim-n
ami  tin.  next  II rail (In of Tobacco,
imported direct for ling inurkel. so ttiai they
nre i.tile to iininele with any hi use ou thin
I.-ltind. either WholfFiile or Retiiil.
N.   II—Special   intention will  be pn'ul  to
Oniintrv  ordHTS.
HEIMAN  LEWIN.     |     LOUIS ANTHONY,
nn 2
Itoom Coloring—The French call
Iheir annual exhibit on of fiic'nrcs he
Salon. Joking upon l.kc premises, we
ought Ly rights to cull the ltoyal
Academy the Drnwlng-room.
pAni.UUfcXT.uir.—Mr. Whnlley lins
ot'dcied bis butcher not to Semi l.inl nny
more legs of mutton, became ol the
ol.jeclbillable 'Pi.peV eu'.'
Mulliludcs express opinions ; few form
thill).
i»« .Aml.niic A. Butts, ..f -\ uliiirn. Ohio, re-
eently Ufied n .1. ml wei.-!ii uf -,7.n] lh<.,
wliicli i- the "prriitrst lifting I'e.l on i. il
lie he- I'Lt-ii ).r;iitic'n^ ii' im.nul.- .]<iri g Ihe
lus't six yl".\r>. Ilr.'^iu-liil". (Oi F.ver-i
]mst the Mionpcst man in the world, al !ii>l
accoon's hntl lilted ooli  2 GOO |ion&iU.
WILSON  &   MURRAY,
GKOCERS,
Provision, AVitie k Spirit Moi-ulitints,
BAKERS & CONFECTIONERS,
JOUT ST., VICTORIA, V. I.
SHIPPING     SUPPLIED.
. ID  l
TheflsLTt'fftvIng i'"medi*n nrf now, for th« flr t
tl"t*,KVi* |lObl ClV to til vt r iL Kop "VtT :i .jiin ti-r
f u i t-iittiry o |iri.»t* nraciice thritigie>lit.HIn in ilu to
Life-Giving Pills
H>v tieiti u»erl with thn irrettct pi)oee*t, Tli'lr
mlMhn ii it tuny "» rrt-vnt 'is sh-. but tn t-nre
V lit-y >e rch o'l ih- ntriim* mil nil"* liy * h ch tbu
piilfiiiit i« eiiircrint,'. »'"' |«>Uivt|i^]itifM t n ulliur
tyniflh, T tti«- I •«'! iinil imiriii a ,cW iluiOM oftllUO
\alimijle T1L..S "ill, rovo to bo
A VERY FOUNTAIN OF YOUTH,
Fnfin fvrrven-e t**cy a-l<l rttW ttft ftti'l rlU'lty, and
o»(.»rotlie w .in «it ii/Ki«-ui ilmir ri*iimt »i;ii«-. T>
thr tuimif nn' ml iUvigiia tiny hU| pr«vt 11114 in
vain tie, a-  h   rut  y, IpOpl^Q nnd r.U;r \nz  mcdiciiii;.
ittUt ilreum r-mllifea.tlut I*-nce.de-L')''n imjgli
fur Ihrt'u  liiimlrfd  ytar.H n^o. u n-i   iiever f ••iirt.    •'»■
loiikiilftirn t ut.inm tliai would rcatont the o'tl t<»
ig«T iindiniikf > ui,ili tjvor
Au Internal Hi^ring-1
It *M I*ft ft* lliltMy nnfl liour ti realty tli<> 'Irriiiu,
mnl rhuw in uiit^Iorioui utfl Hit- mtglo tlmL uade
i' Uir.
THESE FAMOUS  REMEDIES
Csnnnt.it iv tli* flitrht ofjeam, but tiioy enn forcw bnck,
mi' hold iilmii, (liniMtNi-i bul mi 1.1 in mpli ovm ttm
hr il nnd tii« yoiittf. Ut mm' b(i«tUtfl tneii, but
■ellttlllO ihvmruble o^lOltuulty Hint offer*. Wlu-n Ukan
ni pteiorlbi'd—
For Billious Disorders
Notlittiftfaa bt mop* p^nduollfa of cure th»n tln-HH
1'illt.—I'lniir iiI:;ioai in g|j lull ii>in:u l.i felt tit » «t|
•ad tba umihI •-. ti<- tdliuiti ufibhinvti ilUtrvaainit
tlid.'M»< ai-i iiiuuvuil. thtie-o rtmidlci urn m.ttle Hum
iliu 1'i.rcit
TEGETAllLIi COMPOUNDS.
Th-y will not hurm  thr mi«l dflllckte  f.-maU,  nnd
rai l>    ni 'it'M'ji  ;.'mi i:r,-.:i  m prficril*«j<l   ii.i.f- 10
Ills'   JOIiligfllil    ll.llH!.
For Cutaneous Disorders
ALB
un 17-lm
PRIVATE   BOARD.
Boatd   with   Comfortably
Furnished Bed-room,
Six Dollars per Week.
-YA.T3B&   ST.,
Next  Door  to  the   Anglo-
American.       ))"-■>
Wholi'Milc nml It.utn.il Dculer in
BOOTS AND SHOES.
LEATHER,
—AMI-
SHOE     FINDINGS,
YATES    STREET,
OPPOSITE WKLLS, l'ARCO &c«
At tlie <iM Kliiml of Wi'listiT it Co., 11
|iri'|i;iii'il to Hii|i|ily thu mints ol ilia
puli.ic in his line.
The Latest Ftvles
Hecpivwl liy etfery urriviil from Knuliii i'
mnl Smi Pranrim*o, mi V
Mrs.   Hein
KBBP8   CONSTANTLY  UX   HAND  THK
iAtest limliioiis in
2sA TTuJLiTJSrttFL^,
—A7 —
Prices to  Suit the Times,
GOVEIINMRM'     STUEE I'
BatWOfn Fort nml llronRlitnn. nii^
"X&wi wTlson,
Hou:e and Ship Plumbers
CASFITTERS,
BELL-HUNGERS & TINSMITHS
FOItT   STItNIOT
ill orders iiroiiti><ly attended to
CHARLES    BERNARD,
MamtftActurr.r and Dealer in ,
FAIL! CHf.RTRES COFFEE
And .Splcctn oT nil Muds,
No. 707, Sansome street, corner Gold,
Between Jeek*nn nml Pnol8o,
First Premium awarded by the Mechanics' Institute, for the best Coffee, and Spices.
The uroprjetor tinvintr iiiiiuduci.it Stmim
Power iu his .MiiiniliiftDiy, lm now Increased
fiicilltlei to supply tbe tredfl nml the ptiblle in
jrcm-nil. All iiiiii-li'S Irom his ICsiiililislniieiil
uro Riiurnnti'Pil In lm piionnil uiiniluUi'iiiti'il.
The pnblic nre ranpectlnlly Invited tn cull nml
convince tbemielvei Country ordersprftrtiptly
atlfiiileil tn. nn 1
BRITISH    PERIODICALS-
The London atarterly Rev ew (Conservative).
The Edinbmgh Review (Whig)
The Westminster Review (Radical)
The North British Review (Free Church)
— AXll—
Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (Tory)
Tli" ro ir It"vii'\Vi
re-iMii.Iiplifi.l l.y Umn. t..tt &
0 flil.-Mil   i.H l.i' llr.-nt  ll.-T
Ana .It prir-ti >n« of iti
VtllUhlr,    Il K<UH ii t .1
-in. . Milh ih.- moflt i. nrclilu
of .li. evil.
kli-.'h" SAI.VE ii  ino-i |n.
xlA.iully al.iii-,  tun p.-tie-
UC lo (lie Tcr.y kioi
IMl'ORTEU*   AM)    WHOLESALE
DEALER   IX
Oregon and California Flour,
Middlings, Bran, Grain, luiter,
Lard, Provisions, etc, etc,
PvraiHMj nml Ilie Trndc supjilied on the
moat reasonable unus.
No. 40 Governoieat street.
NEAR CORN' K OF FORT.
Co,, iti't-  tteuic*] y
mill lllvkwniMl bu in-i-n jtmlv i-Inced In \hv *
rink. \Vh»-ver'llniii'M-c'-t wnh r<ndnitf |Ui'Iir.«t u»ti< or
thin cln-ii, wli IcviT niiiv ho lii-> rn ■ ml i ">f"rm I'ii'ii,
w;fl »o<i'i 1ji> nlt<»T**1 hf«- I I'tiin-l Oil'lini" In wnirli li«
itven—flVtd III ll.cli' tiMK** 11   |H-  r&tt\*»y   "UO'I   i'-t  VflJ-
fnr bahtnJi Tbttjr in»y l*o uumi aod itudlvrl wlin ;»<-
ttniturhy Uic p«o|tl«al tM* cohili-j, o:- t-Yi-ry crceil
nml |iArty,
l^s~ UL\0SWQpr li u.iiininMv »ttinuth<* »t tl.U
time tn Ann-it (.-AH"., Ml nnly f -r ll> ten I ■rli.-ir* liy
.H'lliiuniiln-'i wriii-n pi ftnl] n. Imi for ih« ■>••■■ ■n'0'
ilie Ut«- r.lvll w r .now btt\S% wil'lfi !•)' ^ '• v "H
Jl.uki, n li.-'iiuiMtlllpi'r, cliiiU  ''.-Ull  LolJen.  J. V.. I!
■tdtirt. of tltu OonfL'iler*t«*rmy.
TKR.Mri   I'OR   18rtfi.
f I per annum
, 7       "
, 10      '•
,12      "
DR. MIOGIEL'S PILLS
Invariably cure tlie following Diseases
AUlinu,
U"Wfl Cont|ilftints,
OMUitlw,
Drifts,
Client Pi cn*Oflt
Ontivcnefn,
1>. hpt)>?iin,"
ILarihi-a,
Drootv,
Vfaomtf.
lever and Agi ',
Prmalenomplaintv,
Imliir -Bilon
li.n-t.-izi,
lnllanitii i "ii.
In«;iril Wi nknpw,
Ll it Conijiininl,
Luwi.0^ ufS(HriU,
liiii-A->| in,
Kliciniutniii,
bait  il ■■un1,
SciiMs,
.^kin T'ifEiisps.
ttW NOTICE. — ^nn«'uenrln« nitlmut tlie rmrravptl
tr»ilL'-nKirk to'iiiJ irtili pol or \toti, algnerl Ii. PR. .1.
■lAi 01 1,, 43 Fulioii uructj Niw ' t>rk, to c»iinteiTe.t
whi.h ia |.-l..uy.
j^* Su!«l liy til respeotnbtf P-alpts in Mcdinnci
t lii-nii .'Int it tli<r UnitBl 3 atv* auil Cdti m.r—al «5 ttebbl
pcr"H»x. or jiut,
A. O. Langley & Co.,
Agents for Vancouver Islind and British
Columbia.
ti-
flit ftnyntin of lli« KorlSfM	
Purain twooftlir- RiVicwi	
For any thn o of the KO|i«WI	
Km all fnur of lbe II.-vl-'W	
Tot Hlnrkwo-ri'i Mxvki n-  4
!■'. rl'. uukwo'iil mnl   . no JltTi  w   7
Fi»r  lll:i kwiio<l nnd any IWO uf iho   Kc-
vi-wn 10
For 1 l»rkw(«iil mnl ihrt-e of thn Ufcyf<!tt«,*13
lor 111 tci.wotd uud i lie four  hoviewi 15
cluhs.
A ili-roinit nftwrvtii pre cut. m-'M lie a'lnWed to olubn
of four or ni-iiv iiei-Hiija. T.mik, funr u pi«a oi
lllarlavrml. or nfiirii- evlrw «ill In* wtnt tn AIM t*A
dress urft|S-60< Four ouptrfl of lliw four Kt'View* am
Il,ft(-kw(Hjd, fur $48, and BU on.
The "Grotto,"
OIM'O.SITE THK WSLBOBAPB OKFIC'K.
For n   trtnss  of citoico  liquor go  to tho
" Grotto,"
There " none hut tot best '' you  will
find Ih the motto.
Mini Jul«pi, Sherry Colliders—everything
Upplllig ;
Come ye tluit do thirst, you will find ita
no fooling.
*u2
am
BILLIARD SALOON.
t'oit.vKit i;ovi:itMii;vr ami vaies srs.
UP-STAIRS.
Entrance on Yates Street-
uu   I-1 in
THE PIONEER
ICE CREAM,
—FltOM THK-
PACIFIC TELEGRAPH HOTEL,
TS AOA1N IX TIIK FIRM).
rnfll   PROPRIBTOR
IS   I'ltKI'AHKI)   TO
mi|i|j|y, m 11.-411 it I, liln rii-iuiiH-ls, pniliti,
I.tills, I'll-., iiL iiiuili-i'Mle riilufi.
l'AtltnC TKLKtiltAl'II UOTKL,
au 3 .Slum rtrti't.
(**
u
]' 0 S T A G B.
Vhen toot Iit mail, tlie ]'oitjm;k  tocnypwt of the
I'nit-d t (<•■ will bv OttlTfOt -umr rt-nt- a yp«r for
'• lm KiviMin" unit but i-itflit ceuti a your for eacli of
llielt.viiMv».
Re'need Prices for previous years.
H ibm-rilinn. may ofitain ifla Kfjviut* immeuiately
Mcopdllig IS(6, ue loll' we, viz. :
llht-L-viivl fioni Sptfin '-r. IS 4. to December, J8(j0
intiiiipivt, nt tin- mteol *- ;"'U * \i:;ir-
Tin' North Ilrili.di I'r- in .Itnuary. 1SP3. to Tlfrenihpr
1^8S, ilifinsiTO; Hie Ktiintmryh   'm\ t;,(. Wcttminster In in
I' il. lSti4, t-» Dccc-mic, lRfli, ineliuivv. nnd tli*
Umdm Quarterly lor tln-j enr ]ft 5, nt tlie rate of $1 -Ml
a vi-iir lor imcIi ot biu    «\ i-w .
ffsT A fctoeopfon yet r'ltt'iu nf nil the four Ittricnw
for J8ij3 it $4 »M?t, or ^l i.0 fur nny one.
I.I:0\AIII>   SfOTI'   &   CO..
Publishers, 38   Walker Street, N.  Y.
I.. P. ftCu., nlm publirU Ilia
EA.I13yCF-\R,'S O-TTIIDE
IU 1Ii:miv Btkthbs., ..r EJinliarg'b. nni Ilie ta.e J. P.
Mw-rox, .1 Y-.lc nttqre. '2 tun*, ttqjai OoUvo, 1000
pnitct. .."it uuineKiiii  Cii^riirin^i-
l'Hr.-57 for tlic Iwru Vl'-uii'.-—In Mail, iH.it l-il.t.
cd UU. l-an
PLANT
AKRIVAI. OF ANOTHER CARGO FROM
Air^'iiiia & Cuba,
VIA    ASriXlVAI.I.,
Of Ihe IQsst   I I'H'tiralfd llraiiits of
TOBACCO   &   SEGARS
EVKIl IMPORTED
Rumples can  tin   hail  nt   Ilie « ADEI.PIT,"
comer Vales and Government strecis.
Arrival of a fewmore Plants
by the "California."
&&■ Offii'e of C. F.   Green's  Victoria
and Esquimalt ExprW*.
f. nji!*r.r.i.i.,
an 2 AnEI.I'llI skliAR HTOUH.
WILLIAM   LYONS,
— AND —
Commission      Agent,
On tlie Comer of
Wharf and Johnson Streets-
mi 3-2m
•a
Prists? and t'abliflicd by MiCluiie i Co.,»*
the olllec, Lnnpley Street. Siting   Cclcgrapjj.
WEDNESDAY EVENING, AffltlSr », 1880.
HOUSE  OF   ASSE.NIII.Y-
The Cricketer*' Benefit.
Yesterday'* Mesulon.
The Haute met vesti-Hny at quarter past
three p. ti. Present—The Speaker, Ue.iti.
Stamp, DeCosmos, Carswell, Pidwell, Cocb-
r»ue, Dickson, Powell, McClure, Youiij; and
Trimble.
loanowixe anstv.
Dr. Dlckion'i  resolutions to  prevent the
Kieoutive borrowing  money without  linvinfr
previously obtained tbe lanction of the Hotmc
palled wkh but oae dissentient, Mr. Pidwell.
urinous.
Mr. DeCosmos preaented a petition from
the tetUera in Covrichaa lu relation to fence*
and trespass.
Mr. Young at cbairmnn of tbe Committee
on Patrick Ilrennan'i case, handed in the re-
imrt, which wns to the effect thnt llrenuai:
lad been dealt witb unjustly by tht Government: |
,.iraoi«DiNo caiox kisolitioks.
Mr.'Young brought forward hia resolution
from;ithe adjourned debate to rescind the
original uMlon resolutions. The lion, member Ipblre in severe terms of the proposition
inadVhr the Home Government in the recent
I'nidiiliill, and thought the sooner ihe resolutions were rescinded the better, a* they
iaigli|be used io our serious detriment
Mr.' Jf.'Clure, while noxious to see those
portymt of lira union resolutions showing .ai willingness to f.hidii by any con-
stiiiKinn which Her Majesty might be
pleased to grant, rescinded, wns of opinion
tint, -the. House should give its reason*
for (o doing mid should still show u
desire for union of lbe colonic-, lie woild
therefore propose the following resolution :
'■ This House, anxious to see the Colonies
of Vancouver Island and Ilriiish Columbia
united under one Government, and relying on
those liberal nnd enlightened principles which
now'happily govern tlie relations of Her .Majesty's Government with the Colonies of Great
Mr.tain, passed ou ihe 20th of January, !«.;;.,
a sefitl of resolutions expressing a willingness
lo submit to any Constitution which Her Ma.
jeily might be pleased to grant. Having from
feceq't circumstances, however, learned that
Her Majesty's Government, contrary to the
g-nyal colonial policy of Great llrilain, contemplated in the scheme for uniting thc Colonies a withdrawal of representative Government .from Vancouver Island, this House is
reluctantly compelled to rescind those portions
of such'resolutions above mentioned that might
lead Her .Majesty's Government to believe that
this House, although still desirous of Colon,
is willing to relinquish Representative Government for Hoy advantage that might accrue
from such Union. Anl this House expresses
its adhesion to the series of resolutions on the
state of the Colony passed hy this Home on
the 21-st June, I«•>•», and transmitted to Her
Majesty. That His Excellency Governor Keu-
nedy.Oe.respectfully requested to transmit the
forcgeing to Iler Majesty's Secretaty of Stale
lor tkta Colonies without delay.
Mr. tfiilwell seconded the resolution, believing it met the circumstances of the case.
Mr.'De osmns opposed the resolution on
the ground that it would retard, if not
effectually de-troy nuion. Wben lbe original
resolutions passed no members expected lo
see more than ooe chamber, and It was generally felt thut sucb a Legislature with uvo-
thirds representative would have met wilh the
support of the people. The resolution before
the Housesaid, however, thai no union would
he acceptable unless with full representative
GoMirmiient, and th' u went on lo make the
late address to Her Majesty pr.iying for responsible government, part of the conditions
of union. When there was no ono to explain
matters to Her Majesty's Government, he felt
tnat sii-'ii a resolution would destioy all the
efforts that had been made tor union.
Mr. McVlure was of ft contrary opinion. He
thought if such n hill as had been recently introduced into the Uritisli Parliament became
law. it would be ihe molt effectual barrier to
union, for this colony would not accept it.
TbeActw>uld therefore have to go biu-K to
Iler Majesty's Government a dead letter, nnd
je .rs might probably elapse before they would
Introduce one we could accept. If, however,
we assured Iler Majesty's Government belore
such a bill bad passed, that wc would nut relinquish'representative Government, then it a
hill were passed it would be one the people of
boih colonics could accept. The people of
Mritiah Columbia were us anxious for union as
we were, but ther wore equally determined lo
have representative institution*. In fact, one
of the main objects of their cry for union was
to get rid of official misrule. It wus our duly,
therefore, to tbo people of British Columbia,
as well ne to the people of Vancouver Island,
to iue«t on representative institution.:.
The vot- was taken on Mr. Young's resolution and lost.
Mr. M-Clure's amendment wai then put and
carried by 9 lo I.
The House then adjourned till to-day, at
I p.m.
To-daj'K Session.
The House met to-day at a quarter-past 1.
Present: The Speaker, Messrs. DeCosmos,
Carswell, Pidwell, Cochrane, Dickson, McClure, and Toung.
ISVKSTIONS   HIM..
The Council's amendments to this bill were
read a first time.
vicToata iscoBroaATioM eit.i..
The Council's amendment! to this bill
were rejected, and the bill ordered to be sent
back to the Council.
sorri.v BILL.
The Council's amendments to this bill were
read. The amendments throw out the schedule, and virtually leave the supplies to be
dealt witb at the Executive pleases.
Mr. DeCosmos moved that this House does
not concur in the Council's amendments to
tbe supply bill, and denies the right of tho
Council to amend the same.
Mr. Yoang briefly seconded, when the
question was put and carried unanimously.
SUPPLEKtHTAL SUPPLY DILL.
The House then went into committee on
the bill asking for a supplemental supply of
$36,581, and after a short discussion reported
progress aud adjourned.
Roa Pcobt Soujcn.—The steamer Josie
McNear will sail for Olympia and way ports
to Harrow morning, about daylight.
Thc performance last night by the Amateur
Dramatic Association, in aid of the funds of
the Victoria Cricket Club, was a most successful affair, both as regar.lB tho ability of
tbe representation nnd the pecuniary results
of the evening. Thc house wus full from
floor to ceilinir, and tho audience comprised
the greater iiumlicr of the must respectable
families iu the city. His Excellency, Mrs.
and Miss Georgian* Kennedy, accompanied
by Caplnin Sullivan. R.N., occupied their
uiual box ; and the Hon. Chief Justice and
family, and ihe Admiral aud partr, filled the
boxes opposite the Governor's. The performance commenced uboitt twenty minutes past
thc stated hour, a delay caused by the want
of punctuality shown by tbe audience, even
His Excellency showing a little deviation
from his customary exactness in this respect.
After a few pieces by the orchestra, which
wns well conducted by Mr. Muguire, with Mr.
Digby Palmer at the piano, the representation
of Charles Selhy's charming little comedy,
" the Cnfinished Gentlemen," commenced.
Lord Totterly (an Adonis of sixty, admirably
represented by Mr. II. Griffin) is nbout to
marry Miss llloomlleld (Mr Weymon) who is
in love with Charles Danvers (Mr. Wigham)
a very embryo bnrrisier ; the Honorable Frisk
Klammcr, LordTotterly's nephew (a character
iu which Mr. Godfrey Brown was particularly
happy) is anxious to break up the match, anil
employs his tiger (Mr. Clarke I and Kill Downey
the Unfinished Gentleman, (Mr. Cullingliuiuj
to assist him in his scheme. These two latter
characters were the gems of the piece. Wo
never remember lo have seen Mr. Clarke net
better than in the role of " Jem Miller, tlie
tiger," aud hi* rendering of the part lust
night stamps him as one of our very best
amateurs. The broad humor and grotesque
make-up of tbe part of " Hill Downey" exactly soiled Mr. Callingham, nnd he was even
more successful than usuul in amusing the
audience ; indeed his bare nppenraiico on the
stage evoked shouts of laughter, and several
times hi* entrance und exit were greeted wilh
applause. Tbe minor parts were kindly filled
by Messrs. It. G. Marsh nud Itohinson, who
made up splendidly ns "Nibble" and
"Caleb," bailiffs after "the Hon. Frisk,"
and by Messrs. P-igden and Harwell, who enacted the parts of tootmen with much gravity
and discretion. The whole play was Teiy
well given, more especially when we consider
the difficulties to be overcome. In tho middle
of the piece Mr. Weynton, who personated
Miss llloomfield with much skill, was unfortunately called away, a contretemps that would
have been sufficiently puzzling tu professionals, much more lo amateurs. Miss Jenny
Aruot, however, kindly and cleverly took the
l.nrt in addition to her own of 'Mary Chintz,'
in both of which she wus much admired, uud
the piece went successfully ou to its close,
amid ihe hearty applause of thc audience.
Tbe second portion of the programme,
"Lord Lovcl, und Lady Nancy Bed," was
hardly so interesting ns ihe fust—not from
any remissness on thc part of the performers,
who, without exception were well up, but
rather we iliink because the burlesque itself
is not a first-class production. Perhaps too,
thu lateness of the hour and the heat of tbe
theatre dulled the zest of thc aisemblage.
Certainly the performance was not oqual to
that of " Bombastes," the " Colleen Hnwn "
or some other burlesques which our amateurs
have placed upon the stage. The interpolations iii the text of a local nature, however,
enlivened the piece aud produced much
laughter, being very cleverly introduced by-
Mr. Uushton as " Kiimtiioozlc" and Mr.
Godfrey Brown as " Lord Lovel "; Miss Jenny
made a charming "Lady Nancy,'1 her appearance and manner fully justifying tho desperate efforts of Uumtifoozle lo defraud Lord
Lovcl of his bride.
Thc performance ended about 12 o'clock,
and the audience retired in high spirits, evidently much pleased with thc eveniug's entertainment. The Cricketers, too, havo good
reason to be satisfied, as wc learn that the
pecuniary results will reach nearly $450.
Stii.l AxoTiintt.—Thomas Doghcrty wns
charged in tho Police Court to-day with having sold whisky to Indians. Inspector Welch
slated he believed Dogherty to be nn old
offender, and on reference lo the records it
was found Ihat he had been convicted of a
similar offence in 1859. The prisoner was
remanded one day, to allow inquiries to be
mado into his subsequent character.
Rttu.DIXGS at Ks(|l'iMALT. — The naval
authorities call for tenders for the erection of
a wooden provision store and a brick engineer's shop.
Na Dispatciiss to-day, the line being
down.
New  Advertisements.
ministry to Hungary. Tlie new ministry
will soon be formed upon the basts ol
the constitution granted to the Magyars
in 1818, the revocation of which was the
cause of the Hungarian revolution tbat
yeur.
London, Aiik. 85.—Evening— Ad-
vi-ei received from Point de Qalle un tie
Hand of Ceylon via the Persian Ciulf and
Mediterranean, state that tivil  war   hnd I NOTIOB ! NOTICE !
broken nut in Jnpnn. money markets firm '
Consols closing 8SJ for money.
AI.AP.GE   ASSORTMENT   OF   ROUGH
and dressed for sale cheap,
J. ROBERTSON STEWART.
Victoria, V. 1.. limb August, 1S06 au 22
ITiirs;
EVEmG TELEGBAPH
I
^ROM THIS DATE TIIK UNDERSIGNED
has concluded to reduce his price O.NB-
' How do you like the elmructer of St. 1HALK I and bereafter tbe
one day, during a   conversation alniul the    I lfibol    WlNLb   AND   ll(/LJUuDi
old suiiiis und the npoalles.    ' Ah !' said
she, 'lie wns u   goo.l,   clever old   aonl, I
know, for  he onee anid,   yon   know, that
we must ent  whut is  set  before  in, end
ask no questions for conscience lake.    1
always thought I   .should like  him for a
boarder.'
Ambrose A. Butts, of Auburn, Ohio, recently lifted a dead weight of f,T8fl Ih*.,
which is the greatest lifting feat on record.
He has been practicing at intervals during the
last sir years. Dr. Winship, for several years
pail tbe strongest man in the world, at last
accounts had lifted only 2,000 pounds.
Special Notice*.
Mn. /.is* begs to announce to Ihe innabit.
ants ot victoria that he ha. laiely received a
large assortment ot Children's Carriages and
Chairs, Fishinn Baskets and Fishing Canes,
sinl a large quantity uf Market and 1 ravelling
llaikets, China Vases, Fain y Ootids uud Toys,
all of wbich have lo lie sold on or before
February noxt al greatly reduced prices
Goods sold at who'esale for cost piices.     *
Roioval.—Messrs. Solomon Urns, have removed lo the two-story brick building on
Government street, opposite the St. Nicholas
Hotel. They bave received, e.x ship Mohawk,
from London, a fine assortment of men's
clothing and underclothing, which they will
sell lower than any house iu town, (live them
a call. »
Alexanuiik's Gi.ovks— Messrs. .!. II. Turner
k Co., London House, have received to-day,
by Express from Paris, a lull assortment of
Alexandre's famous kid gloves, for which
they are the solo agents in Vancouver lslaud
and British Columbia. *
Mr. Dhibv Palmbu requests that orders for
teaching, playing and tuning Pin lol'ortcs, and
for instruction in Singing, may he left with
Messrs. Hibben k Carswell, Stationers and
Booksellers, Government street, or at his residence, near the top of Fort street. *
Mn. I'm.i.man request Ul to state that he
is about to remove his Variety Btore from
Waddington Alley and corner of Government
vnd Cormorant streets to Iho large store on
Jotmson street kuown es the "Queen
Saloon.'' .
ALE.   1IEEK,  ic, itc,
Will be served at the
METROPOLITAN"
Th»1,boh.i'*Vku*d-Pm»t Dmi' Vmctaiu I'aix
Kill**—The QfMtt t .Family M^llcine of Iht Aft —
T»krn Inter null j, It enrti inMM eo!d«f cniifht, ttr,,
Wdftk ilom*«li, fcnertl debility, uurtrrv mw tnniiih,
canker, livtr complaint, dytniPpnU or in.llgoition,
cramp And pun in tl « stomach, Ix-wrl r-omp'ftlnl,
pnintei>'colic, A«iKlie r.lioler*, diarrheal, and dymn-
l«ry. Afplikii KxntnsAMY, tXXttt Mil/in. boiU and old
ioifn, **rrre burm ami net'At, cult, lirulata and
■pram*, <welled jofntt, ringworm and teller, broken
bit-ait", (rotted ft-rt and chilblain*, toothache, pain in
»lifl face, iietira-JKfa ami i heumnt'ain. It it a lure
remedy for Ague ami ('Mil* and lever.
KtU/IWAT'j l'lll.-t.—Bilioili Atlwet on.—In thin country tintliinf ii more enmmon, and f*w ailmenti mjie
dtltveiattlffi than ihr e'»*i of dim'Ma* depend*at on
dl«*rdTTd liver. The *en»ntion »>f name*, fceodaehe,
lttt]«MHfM| anl Infca of wipe tit •, will at once be rccog-
niied u the lymloma if Uftr nOVctl'm, which cm only
bo relieved by regulating tho action «f that ergan
Hnllowaj'arilla exerctte oTer t*ie bil'ary ittreliun a
henlthful Influence known and »[vr ••< i.o< '. ihmughnut
Great Britain and her e«»|oniei. lb<«e PilU cure after
ev.rylhing die fail*. Su lenra for jean fron hiliona-
nepi*, iick.hcadache, nnd liver compla.ntt have liven
thorn ulily reitorcd bj thuie I'ills (o MU d health and
a. gtHni digeiiiun, who prettmuly had u > enjoyment in
life.
TELEGRAPHIC.
f-rFA'm TO THK r,VKVlMi TtXMULiril.
Tim Fidrliter.—A private despatch 6tates
that tbis steamer arrived at Portland yesterday morning.
Back  Despatches.
Europnnn.
New York, A nor. 25—On the 8tli the
extmordiunry commissioners occompnnicJ
by Gt'ti. I lay. the American Minister, had
nn interview at the Pitlace of Peterhoff
with the Emperor, to whom they presented
a congratulatory address.
Liverpool, Aug. 25—Noon— Steamship Scotia sailed for New York to-duy.
Bekun, Aog. 22.—The address of the
King embodying the principles of the
moderate party passed by the Lower
House by a large majority, only 25 negn-
tive votes, aud these were of Poles and
Catholics.
Munich, Aug. 24.—The districts which
Bavaria cedes to Prussia are thoce of
Graisfeld, Heller, aud Tharran, in lower
Fruuconia, containing 40,000 inhabitants.
Paris, Aug. 23. — The Empress of
Mexico has gone to Mirauiar.
Vienna, Aug. 25. — The Emperor
Francis Joseph has determined to
strengthen his Empire as well as his hold
upon the affection and loyally of his subjects by granting a new constiiutioj aud
Adtumx PaIBIOMi — Draii goodi for
autumn, and hut* tor the autiimi bcaiuo, uf
the latent stjlc, with fenthers to match, huve
just lii-en received at the LnNDott Horse.
Uovemnicnt street, in 40 dejrs from  London.
New Advertisements.
ISTOTIOE,
MARTIN    BROS.,
IMPORTICHS  OF
Groceries and Provisions,
P1UEPROOE BUILDING,
LATELY OCCUPIED BY L'HOTELIBU 4 Co,
"WHARF       STREET.
en 6
Chains and Anchors.
TWENTY  TONS CHAIN
Short Liuiced aud proved from J to J
AND
a. it o h: o :r s,
From 20 to 800 pounds.
For Sale bv
PETER M'QUADE,
au 23 Wharf street, Victoria.
At TWELVK AND A HALF CBSTS
per sumple.
The public will please call and sample, nnd
satisfy themselves tbat tbe very beet is to be
bad at the above price.
T. J. BURNS,
Metropolitan Saloon, Store street,
au V.
Ihe Only Sure Way to Save the
Country!
IS TO PATROXIZK
CAMERON'S ISLAND PRODUCE
:m:a.:r:kt3t.
No.   18   Fort   street,   opposite   Mrs.   Heals
Boarding-house.
T7UMILIES AND HOTEL-KEEPERS WILL
1 And always on hand fresh, cheap, aod
good
Islii.il Vegetables nnd Fruit,
Island Fish nnd Game of all sorts,
Island Eggs nod Butter,
Island Venison cut to order,
Island Poultry, ic, kc, kc.
X. B.—I hereby make known to the public
that, having made arrangements with certain
island farmers to sell their produce. I am
from this date prepared to sell cheaper than
any Chinaman peddler that ever ate rice—
" So walk on, John I"
August 17th, 186G. an 17-lm
CHAS. F. BARNARD, MI,
SURGICAL & MECHANICAL
ZDIEHSTTIST
Fort street, one door east of Government,
Victoria, V.I.
Dr. B. hereby tenders his grateful acknowledgments to the citizens of Victoria for iheir
liberal patronage thus far, and hopes by gentlemanly conduct and strict npplicn'ion to
business to merit a further continuance ot
favors.
When desired will visit parties professionally at tbeir residences. All branches of tbe
profession attended to. Terms reasonable.—
onic- hours from 8 a.m. lo .'.j p.m.
nu23 lm*
ISTOTICE.
THE OWNERS OF TIVO HORSES THAT
have strayed into tho premises of tho
undersigned can have the same by calling and
paying expanses. One horse is a roan, with
a scur on thc left side ot the head ; aud the
other is a dark pony, with long tail and throe
of its t'ect white.
THOMAS CARTER,
nu 2n.|w Hillside Farm.
Si
GENERAL
Job   Printing
EgTABfJftHlNElVT
Langley Street, Victoria,
The   Printing   Office
or thc
EVENING
TELEGRAPH
Office ii replete with erery appliano*
and Tarioty of Material for tho
Execution of
LEATHER,   HARNE88,
AND
Trunk Manufactory.
WM. DALBY & CO.
W'R TAKE THE PRESENT OPPORTUN-
ity to thank our numerous eustomers for
ihe liberal patronage bestowed upon u«, and
to inform them and tbe public in general that
we arc now carrying on, in connection with
our LEATHER .STORE, the manufacture of
HARNESS of nil descriptions, also TRUNKS
• nd VALISKS. We hnre constantly on hand
a larg< assort ment of ISLAND TANNED KIP,
CALF. HARNESS, SULK, WELT, 8TRINO
and GRAIN LEATHER; also a gensral assortment of SHOKMAKKR'S FINDINGS.
Parties requiring anything in our line
should give us n trinl, ns we will supply them
cheaper than any house north of San Francisco.
BELTING   MADK  TO   ORDER.
Term hi   Cn.Hh.
Wm.   Dal toy   St,  Oo.,
Yates street, Victoria, V. I.
August 2'th, 18i)«. au 20
KE-CXPEXraXTO.
EUREKA CoiiRT ROOM.
1'MHOL TIC S&lf ACE1IE1T OF JIRS. (JURI I.S.
rpHIS MOST FAVORITE AND FASHION-
-*• able place of amusement having been
entirely re-decorated will re-open This Evening at 9 o'clock. Mr. Ned Heed, thc famous
Banjo Player will be in attendance to amnse
visitors with his minstrel Songs. At the Bar
thc best of case Liquors and Havana Cigars
will be dispensed.
Open every Evening nt 9 o'clock, admission
free. an'.M
LETTER PRESS   PRINTING!
In all iU brandies, whether
Plain or Ornamental
THE OrriCE AIMS ttt securing
■ act speedy Riecuuon of orders as ia
consilient wilh correct aod elegant Work.
manshlp.
Orders received for Printing
Books,
Business Cards,
Pamphlets
Invoices,,
Catalogues
Bill Heads,
Sermons,
Trade Forms,
Reports
Circulars, (Plain
Rentals,
Coloured,)
Leases,
Hand   Bills. (Plain or
Law Forms of every
Coloured,)
description,
Victoria Turn Verein.
ALL MEMBERS OF THE ABOVE IN-
stitution who wish to attend regular
practice, are requested to be present oa the
first Monday iu September, when classes will
be formed commencing wilb tbe simplest exercises, aad going through tbe whole course.
CHARLES DECHENT,
au23 Turn watt.
Snorborg & Rueff,
COMMISSION   MERCHANTS,
Importers and Wholesale Deale-s in
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS,
Boots and Shoes,
Whirf street. Victoria, V. 1. ao2
Tor Prices,  apply   at the  Cffloo.
Langley street.
WILSON   &  MURRAY,
OKOCERS,
ProviaioD, Wine & Spirit Merchants,
BAKERS k CONFECTIONERS,
FORT ST., VICTORIA, V. I.
SHIFTING    SUPPLIED.
an, WKD.NK--HA Y KIKMSli, Allll BT !
TUE Cut At IE 4\l» 4SM.UIU.\
/Cr U »*i i„ «       /T" « I A r» »■ ••> »•« l>   I at rtvpemiiUi to th* ve vie or their rente-
| tnry draw a pirnllel between our Executive, v.lm-ii !•. mutely |rres|ioiiailile to the
people, aud the Hit-entire of (ireut Britain
wliicli ii ii'.s;ion-il'io lo tin- limine nl Common*, anil through it to the tin I ion '!
Tin- |iosiiiou ia i-imi|<Iv nliMinl. It DM) be
snid ilie power in conferred upon tlic
Crown, but ibis is only Parliamentary
fiction.; tlio Crown In this Instance means '
Ilie IJ.vculive briincli of thu (iovntiniciit,
winch friiiucs tlm estimate*  nnd  submits
There nre <oine jicnple alto po on fnuii
yoar lo year growing '" ''"' ''"'I* '""'
narrow i-unlitics of their limited mimLs,
aildiri» nolliing lo the common stock of
koowletlgt, gleaning nothing front liisiory
or Iheir own experience. It hns been
h.uil of the  lioiiiboii.s ih it tliey '• learnt
nothing and forgot iwlhi.ig, ' bul M have ^ tQ ,£ g^ ^ |mV(j ^ ^
a class of men on \ unCuvcr Island | t|mI ^ ^ jn ^^ reg|s w-|h ^
wbow.ni.ids_ are incapable cf not only , j,^ of Comrao„s . bul .„ tlle 6llku of
coiivunieiice the House confers   the   light
on the Executive—its own responsible sei-
New Advertisements.
J. P. DAVIES & GO.
All llinUllfi «i COMMISSION .111.11
(UlVl'S. aitIi-«|-oonl. 1'liiJH-ool Mini,
llullilliiK. WliurfMii-i-f. aur Van-..
Cosh Advances muilt on ('"iisigniititits.
receiving iiiforinutiou but of retaining
impressions. These men bit in Ilie Legis
lalivo Council of the Colony, nnd
in a kino of premature dotuge fancy tbey
hate the dignity nud rights of u House
of Peers to support. We do not know
if their pedigree will show u linenl des-
cenlirniu William tlic Conqueror, if ilieir
pedal extremities will evince nil the indications of gentle blood, if their character
and general demeanor will recall to our
ffliuds those " CnclilonB" of ihe 'Vpuliny
doys of chivalry ;" but we do know ns
legislators lliej lrnv«-ty everything that
is wise or dignified in legislation. They
get 08 Juugheii nt r.hroad, and become, the
food for ridicule ut home, 'ilieir last
great effort nt thc ridiculous is accepting
tbe body of the Supply bill uud rejecting
the schedule. To tli se of our ruder!
who;are,uot versed in Parliamentary lore
■we mny explain thnt this action neaus
that the Upper House and consequently
the Executive will take the money voied
by the Lower House und apply it just as
the Executive chooses—that is, where the
Assembly has voted so many thousand
-dollars for education, for public roads
for the fire 'department, or in fact for nny
useful object or institution, His Excellency
snay apply the funds to pay a Postmaster
General whom nobody wauls, an auditor
■nbo has been rejected by the Assembly,
stipendiary magistrates whose Btipetids
hate beeu abrogated, aad the endless list
of nsedesa and expensive piocesof official machinery thrown out as rubbish by tho people's representatives. The ostensible reason j
assigned for this sagacious step is that
the Lower House has dured to assert the
time-honored rjgbtB of colonial Assemblies
of initiating money items. We have said
tbe ostensible reason is this—the real
reason is that the House hns lopped off
portions of the saluties of some lion.
members and tnken uwny useless clerks
fron others—that it has in fact adopted
a achemc of retrenchment. But -granting
for the sake of argument that the former
is the true und only reason, ou wnat
ground does tho Council make that au
excuse for its attempt lo ignore the richt
-on tlie part of tlie Assembly to snv how
mneli public iiiottey slmll   be   voled   and, ,,    ,       ,    ,      ..,,,,,.      L    „,
,        ,       ,   ,,    , „  it   above bankrupt will he held at the ollico
llOW Jt   slmll    be   spcut ?     We shall not   of Mr. John Copland, Solicitor,!
v.ints. .It is needless to say the right wus
exercised by lbe As embbes ol a I ihe
North American colonies prior to the establishment of responsible government,
nnd will -be adhered to by our own Assembly Uiifil We have rt sponsible government, when wo shall be very happy
to follow the example of Ihe House
of Commons and relinquish the right to
the Executive. The Chief Justice sustains tho ridiculous position assumed by
the Colonial Secretary, nnd even goes so
far us to say that the Assembly hus no
business to meddle, with his department.
The lo^ic of this judicial legislator must
be appreciated when it was only a few
months ago ho was crying out that his
court mast be closed if his clerks' salaries,
which had to be voted by the Lower
branch of the Legislature, were not paid'
We arc afraid we shall havo to impress
upon Judge Nieillintn as well as on every
other otiiciul down to lite messenger at
the public buihliHtrs that he is a public
oorviint nud thut the Assembly is his muster.
As a climax to lite follies ol these men,
or, to use the Chief Justice's dignified
phraseology, this "set of men'1 in the
Upper House, we havo thoui attempting
the unconstitutional act of amending the
supply bill. The House, ns will bo seen
by our report, unanimously sent tho
amendments buck Urdny, and denied the
Council's right lo meddle with the details
of the bill. We ure al'ruid His Excellency
and his sage advisers are fust drilling ou
rocks ihey little wot of.
New Advertisements
Tho Victoria Cricket Club
BEG LEAVE TO UETUUN THEIR SIN'-
cere thanks to Miss Jenny Arnott, Mr. It.
(i. Marsh, anil the members of tho Ainntcur
Dramatic Association for their valuable assistance last evening on the occasion of thc
lienelit nt tho Victoria Theatre, in uid of tlie
funds of the Cluh.
Victoria, V. 1-, August 2Dt!i, 18UU. .
In the Supreme Court of Civil Justice
Vancouver Maud.
In  Bankruptcy.
In the matter of John Joseph -Mecredy, a
Bankrupt.
A   MEETING   OF   UllEMTORS   OF TIIE
above bankrupt will
inflict on our reader! tlie old  question III
its details tt Uio right of the Assembly to
initiate   money   votes.   Thut mutter bus
been already ably discussed, has been dc
cided by-the Amcrably in   favor   of   the
people as against the Crown, nnd the As..
Fombly's views huve met with tho almost
unanimous  support  of   the   inhabitants,
The Colonial Secretary, however, brings
forward us an argument airainst the  its-
attention of such powers by the House a
debate wd|ieh took place recently in  the
Honse of Commons on a motion of Mr.
Ayrloun to amend  two of the Standing
OrdertcJthe House. In this debate it was
agreed generally that the House of Commons  should  not  tnke . the initiative it|
granting or voting public money, ond Mr.
Ayrtoun's amendment was carried.    Put
what does this prove, bul  the very  right
which tbe.Hou.se of. Assembly has claimed
—that  it  retted  with the Lower House
whether it would exercise thai right or not
.Neither the (Crown uor the Lords could
interfere.    The matter was  merJy coiirj
nected with the rules of order which the
Commons can   at' will   suspend.     Our
Colonial  Secretary,  tberefoie, is simply,
although  unwittingly, proving  the right
of the Assembly to maintain the authority
of initialing money votes or  give   t(tat
authority  lo  the  Crown.     Thu   reusou
why tbe House of Commons gives up the
right is that il has a Ministry which is re
ppoiisible lo the House.    To give every
man the power in such  an  assembly, to
bring forwurd money votes would  create
nu   end   of   complications,   and   would
destroy ths very  thing which ubove.all
otherrrlie House desires should exist III
its integrity—the responsibility nf- the /l:r_
ecnlice'.    Thii is the gist of the whol^ argument— the parlies Io wbem   lire  power
of initiating- money   vo'cs is given, must
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ istiou street,
Victoria, on Tuesday thu llth day of Sep.
temher proximo, at I o'clock p. m., to resolve
that the offer made iu Court of this date for
thc winding up of thc opiate under arrangement of composition shall ho curried out, and
also that application he made to the Court to
stay proceedings In bankruptcy.
Dated this 2!Uh day of August, A.I). 1800.
joii.v coplaxii,
Solicitor to Creditors' Assignees,
nu3!> bastion street.
In the. Supreme Court of Civil Justice,
Vancouver Island.
In Bankruptcy.
Wednesday, the 1st of August, 1800.
TTTflBBBASi A PETITION FOR ADJUDI-
VV cation of bankruptcy, bearing date thc
8l«t day of July last, has been duly Died hy
William.ParsouB Sayward, Charles Kent, and
Edward Wilson, ngainst JOHN JOSEPH
-MECHEDV of View street, Victoria, Carpenter, and thc said Julia Joseph M<cieily,
having been duly declared aud adjudicated a
bankrupt, is heiehy required tb surrender
himself to His Honor Joseph Needhuui, Chief
Justice of iho Supreme Court of Civil Justice
aforesaid, on Wednesday the 12th day of September current, nt 11 of the clock in the forenoon precisely, at the Court House, J.imes
Uay, Victoria, and m-ike ft full discovery
nnd disclosure of his estate and effects, when
aud where the creditors are to come prepared
to prove their debts, and at the first sitting to
choose Assignees and commence tlie cxamiu-
nticn of tho bankrupt, and at the lust sitting,
the lljinkrupt is to liuish his last examination.
All persons indebted io the said Unnkrupt,
or having auy of his effects are not to pay or
deliver the same but lo Mr. Daniel Lindsay of
Government street, the Official Assignee ap-
jioimed-, and give notice to
JOHN    COPLAND,
Bastion street, Victoria, V. I.,
Solicitor to the Petitioning Creditors.
an 29-td
AUCTION.
SATURDAY,
UNDER DISTRESS WABBABT
FOR   Tt F. TV T,
WE WILL SEEL
AT    SALESROOM
WHARF STREET,
AUGUST   29th,   1866
AT 11   O'CLOCK, A.J!.,
FOB   TIIE   ABOVE    ACCOITVT,
—LOT OF-
Household
New Advertisements.
NOTICE.
-A Nil-
KITCHEN
FURNITURE-
ALSO,
By order of tlic Superintetiilont of Police
1 Cooking Slovo
9 Chairs
1 Tublo
4 riuturc8
TERMS  CASH.
ftll29
J. I". IliVtXS. it (().,
Auctioneers.
"ROUND THE CORNER"
IS THE NAMR OF THE
IT E W    SALOON
JUST OPENED IN
Langley   Htrcet,    round   the
corner from Vales street,
In tho building formerly  occupied   by   tho
Saloon of Eiikiuiaiiiit'b Hotil.
Tho Saloon has been tastefully refitted,
and will be supplied with the
FIRST   Q U A L1T Y   0 F
V/ines   and  Liquors.
The proprietor respectfully invites tho public lo call "HOUN!) THE COKNEIl" aud
judge for themselves.
GOVEIIKGENT   STItKET     KNTUANCF. — NFXT
door lo the Tulogrupli Uflicc,
an 29        JiCOB    IIERKIMKR
IMPORTER     AND    WHOLESALE
DEALER IN
Oregon and California Flour,
Middlings, Bran. Grain, Butter,
Lard, Provisions, etc,, etc.
Dissolution of Partnership.
'PIIE PABTSBR9HIP HERETOFORE EX-
L isiing between RuiBBT IIkkky Stonk nnd
IIkmiv Jkhumb as Hotel-keepers at " Tbo Old
Flng Inn, Xnnaimo, hus this day been dissolved by mutual consent. . The bi)siness will,
iu tunirn he carried on by the su d Robert
Henry Stone nlonn, who will collect all out-.
slKuiling accounts and piy all liabilities of
the lute partnership.
WitneOJ .   . R  11. STONE, •   •    ■
Jos. McCt.i-iiB.     ' IIENRV JEROME.
NunuiuKi, Augusts, lfc'OU.   . au j-lui ..
MR. Wu. WII.SOS HOLDS A POWER
of Attorney from und will attend to the
hiislriess of J. I). Turner k Co. during niy
ahseiice from Victoria.
.1. II   Tl'UNKU,
mi 27 Victoria, August It. ISM.
Families und the Trade supplied on tbe
most reasonable terms.
No. 40 Government street,
NEAR CORNKK OF FORT.
au it
BEMOVAL.
Dlt. I'll WE I. I, HAS REMOVED HIS
Siirgirv nnd Resldtflct to the corntf ol
Dill (M.AS AND llROl'I'.HTtlX STREETS
(ui-nr Fort).
QrrlCI  ll'iURS—9 A. M.   to   12   M-,   nnd   8
r. U. to io i». m.
August U. nu '26
TIIE   ONE  TIII.NU   WANTED.
HOLLOWAY'S HLLS.
A
wrA.Jsrrr&iD
Ytrtiko Gtitr. for light iiouse-
wolk,and tp wait on table.
Apply to
\. . ; . MRS.'ZINKE,-
Vales St.,'bcttrecn-Government and Broad,
i ', au 2 7
FASHION   HOTEL
Concert   Room,
The only Place of Amusement in
Town!
TUB  UNDERSIGNED HAVING  LEASED
these   well   known  estahlishmenls, begs
leavo tu announce that lliey will bo
Bc-opened on Saturday, July 28.
The former Hillinnl Ila'l has been converted
into a Concert Room, where mny nlwnys be
found attentive nnd obliging ntlcudnnts.
Host qualities  of Wines, Liquors, and Cigars served by the proprietor iu person.
CHAS. HROOKS
tijg* Admission' Fubb. hii 2G
ustotioe.
In the Supreme Court of Civil Justice
Vancouver Island.
Fridfty tlic 24th duy of August, A.I). I860.
yiMHCKKAS A 1'KTITION FOR ADJrDF-
VV cdtion of Hankruptcy, bearing date the
24th day of August in*t«nt, has been duly
Hied by Clinrlca Dnpond, of Oftdboro Bay
Koad, Victoria District, farmer, and ho hnving
been declared a Uankrupt, is hereby required
to surrender himself lo Hii Honor Joseph
Neeliani, Chief Justice of. tho Suprrm'-
t ourt of Civil Jnitlra of Vancouver Island,
aforesaid, on Wednesday, the 6lh d»y of
September next, at 1L o'clock in the forenoon,
precisely, at the Court House, James Huy,
Victoria, and make a full discovery and disclosure of his estate and effects, when and
where thc creditors are to come prepnred io
prove their debts and at the tirst silting to
clmose Assignees and commence the examination of the Bankrupt, and at the U't sitting
the Bankrupt is to finish hit-last examination.
'All persons indebted to thc said Bankrupt,
or who have any of his effect-, nre not To pay
or deliver the same but to David Lindsay, of
Government street, the «'flicial Assignee appointed, aud give notit-c to
UOBKIIT BISHOP, Solicitor,
au20 , Bastion Street, Victoria.
PRIVATE   BOARD.
Board   -with  Comfortably
Furnished Bed-room,
Six Dollars per Week.
YATES   ST.,
Next  Door to  the   Anglo-
American.       a«25
Tlic Itlood.
These famous pills nr* so i-nniiMi.nl tha
Ihey QMmla wholesomely on lli» moiimcli. lb,
liver, ihe howi ts, nud oil>.r ortrani; hy enrrr^r-
ii.U any Jrmiiirenifnis in Iheir tiini-iloiif
wlien-liy a stendy supply nl purr nmlrrials lor
tlm reiiK«'«l ol till lllund is luriii.brd, »oJ a
conslaiit ahstroeii'iii ol i-ffric products Is ef-
Ideltd. This perfect cireuinlinn thus li.com.i
the very fouutHiu ul hmlili mid lile, nud ovu-
riimrl all form of linwie wli.rtver iti •ilua-
tlon.
i.emiul DUordcm of Ibe  I.lvvr
and MoiiiiKii.
AM who ever indulge a* !*ble, i-iih.r I* nh
'V\f or driiikiii|r, should Ink. nbont ten of l!:.i-
l.un.ins pills ni hed time, from which will r»a
suit a clear bead and Rood slomnch tha fi-ll-iw-
InR morning. Tbouanndi of Ladies art always coinplninlng of sick hemlntliti, wsnt o
nppetite, want of encrjft, and wnnt of strength,
to correct nil these nils, ihree or 'onr ot ibtaa
Pilli should be taken twice a wm-k, when ib.y
wuiild Rive the invalid .ue health ami appetlu
of a ploiiKhiuiiii.
Temalca of all Aftta and (laaaf *
Obstructions of any kind, either In young
or those between forty and fifty—lb- mosicrii-
ieiilpeiiod of life— may he radiciillr remo'.">«l
by usiiig these I'ills neenrding to the printed-
din-eiions whieh accompany ench box.   Young ■
persons witb sickly nnd   siillow   complexions
may huve tho bloom of benlili restored by thif
corrective,   which purifies  the blond   and expels all Kress nnd imporn linmors from Ihesys.
(cm.    Ilewnre   Ihi.u  of the critical  ege  Iran
forty lo fitly, us it si-mli   ninny thousands la
lueinmure grnve,—these Pills should he lakes
a that period of lile two or three  lin.es   a
teek
»'suit   or Strength and ;Encrvjr.
Persons of sedenfnry hahiis, nr ihose trou-
bled in mind, working in Kncinries or Coal
I'its, who mount nhtiiin thut iiinoiint ol fresh
nir and exercise whieh nature requires, sufl'ei
from weakness nnd dcliiity, lowoess of spiri.l
und wnnt of appetite. All such should 'ake s
lose or two of these I'ills every Ihree or font
days, ns ihey act gently and cflt dually oa the
system and impart vigor and energy to tba
body, which is nlwnys followed by a gn.xi
appetite, sound nnd refreshing sleep, and >
high flow of spirits.
For ilu: Cure or Dropgy.
The eflicncy of Hollowny'e Pills in Drnpiy
Is eiirnordiuary. Tiny ait with such a pecii"
linr eireet upon the sjstein, thai Ihe fluids
causing this direful complaint, are peireptibl
jarrieil off and preTented from nny lurihrt
necumii!nlion. The sntleiei r gains a liuuvt-
ancy of spirits and rejoices in a mir.pletely
rcnovafeil constitution. It Is indispfusably
necessary that the Ointment should Se most
effectually rnbheil into Il.e coinplainiug par'j
durir.g the whole course of treatment.
Children and their Allinrntr.
In no country In the world are more children
curried to an early grnve than In tircnt Prilnin,
Coughs, Measles, Scnrlutiiin, fever-, and other
diseases attack the Utile sufferers, npd death,
hut too often, follows nt a rnpid once ; yet if
at the first stage ol Hiese complaints, parents
were to have recourse to Holloway's Pills, all
danger would be nioidcd, for tlie stomach,
and bowels would oe gently but effectually
cleansed bv this iniiu aperient ; the r)e|,riiveii
nuuiors eorrecien nun meseereifons dniy regulated. A perfect cure would "oon be ef-
j t'ecied, and tbe 1'ttle patient restored to soun"1
health.
Trade Licences Assessment Roll.
TyOTICE IS HUItKHV OIVRN THAT
-Ll ('opies of tiie Triidu Licences Revised
Assessment Roll for tlie Year ending 30th .June,
1807, nnd lor thc Half yenr commencing 1st
July end ending 31st December, 18(1(1, have
been posted up ut the following places :
1. Post Office,
2. Sheriff's Office,
.1. Polico lluildings,
4. House of Assembly,
5. Court House,
8. Land Oflice.    .
CHARLES G. WYLLY,
Assessor's Office, ) Assessor.
18iu August, lHiiil   I uul!)-lw
Holloway' Pi. t us ths host knowo rcnedy in vkt
world f-iv the following diseases:
Soh! st the FaUblkbmSUt of PM'e.-or ll.,lln*>e. til
.Jtrslnt, (near T-luule U.ir.) I. n'tnn ; .1.- |,v .11 t»«|,rel
ni-lt- Iiriiinrl.is anil Dealers in Me Irineeil,ran|hiiql tbe
filvillzeit wuihl, at the lethuvliig |>: o:,i>— li. IH., 5. M-,
Is, IM., 111., 22s., ana XL. racli bos.
Anile ,Fern.In   lrrci,-)iUr .ycrnru'« nrKinr s
A-llunn lllei j     Kill
BilllmisColDplalnt^lFever of sll klndi|s,,r. Threats
fill
•lone ami <trev«
[ll"tcln'»      OU
thc
liOUt
MTonit«rr >ymp.
Hkln
H'■■!■!   .AellO
i "tm
Riwi'l complft
II tn
In-!  ■■!■' Imp
ric-Da!ortux
Colic*
liilniniiHiilfin
In ui-ir •
OnaitlntlM of tlic
Jaiiiitlitv
Ilcrra
IIowIn
lint CoinpUInU
Venereal      »(!*•
Cnnptiiiit.ttnn
Lu"itm*o
tlon*
DelMlltT
hlM
Wor»ia    • f   a
(►mpNjr
KliCinuttUm
hin.li
llvipiitry
Kr)si|H<lan
Ko.LoiiuD ttt L'rinr
Wtalcnit*      frai*
whaitrtrMBM
%•   There (■   a  cim«itlnablr   mtIij  br  Uklnf tht
irgrnftm;
MlrrctKUM fnr ttittfuiilinci of patienti In tttry 4'jott
Oft arn atllxnl to rarli box.
LONDON    HOUSE,
May 30th, 18CC.
Our Importations for tlie present season are novr
complete by arrivals per EXPliESS this morning,
and the extensive shipments now landing from the
EASTERN CHIEF
Onr DRESS, MANTLE. SILK, SEIAWL, MILLINERY, LACE, HOSIERY, DRAPERY, FANCY
and UPHOLSTERY departments are now replete
with the newest and choicest goods. Eithor Wholesale or Retail customers will find this the best stock
we have yet offered.
ai 8:
LONDO.V FJRjr,
J. F. Tunutall Oo.
VICTORIA T. I.,
J. H. Turner & Oo. Facia   "nil   tcrtxpn.
Kobujtt ix Tiiopbu —One (J«t,
a I tn '■>■   fl g»hl|i
(I tc iraa lying iu tlm Haj ol N'-iple-'. tht
mil honor i! in ■ i ail from ibi lute king
nml my.-1 luiiitlr. With suite, who cunie
out in I'i'l-it inirje- and the fhn pnrni'e
of royalty. Tlie ship mi Ata*arA fiom
deck i j u ui-!; i'i holiday el tire ; tide boy*
WCrc lllll-t'l'nl ut   the   I o|i< s.   I lie llluriln K
Oftltlllld "ii.i.i, tin- iruus lltiiiiiieri'i! forth
ft royal euliite, md tin- tammodore welcomed !.i< (!Ui-ala in the ipi irtrr-ileek
Willi Ilie |lllli|i IR-v-i Im filiiii;.' uu i Hiccr ul
rank. I in- of the sililu, qftyiiuillu-ft'iiuiked
and giudily-nttiii'd KoonoHtuii, utrayml
tmit from lbe party, ntul riuMii.tr ftboul
iniil>lii|i-, espied ii ttiinlsiil, nu olijtml bo
bad never seen before. As it wns fully
expended !>y llw air, lie look it fur a
pillar, nnd, fnliliug his arms, leaned (gainst
it, When it yielded tn liis ueitfht, and he
disappeared holow, heels over head, with
a Telocity Unit was net un liy marvellous,
ns wus his (leapt from any lujory. The
mishap cliuneed lo have o_n'y one witness.
Tltis i^ue u feietan tur, who, nppronrblufr
thc quarter-deck, and touelliug Ins hat,
said respectfully, " I log punloii, roinino-
dore, but one of llieni ere. kings Iiub fell
down Ihe hatchway.'1
flow a Nkwspapkii wis Namid—At
nn exhibition of paiutlugs, in 1H17, wns u
portrait of a child holding in its bond a
bunch of blue flowers. M- Latouche,
editor of the Independent, wns so strut k
by it .thut he gn'vo un niiiuinletl critique
of it in his paper. Tbe llUt day ihe
painting was lorrouuded from morning to
night by nu admiring crowd. Everyone
asked tho question, 'Of whom is it n
portrait I What do tiie blue jtericci, re-
present'?' A German explained that iti
Bavaria ihey meant b'orget.vie not. This
characterised the portrait et once : ' It
is Napoleon's son, Ihe Kin;; of Rome?
Tlie lo.satinn spread, nnd the police
cleared ihe gallery, The next morning
the Independent wns suppressed. Hut il
turned out thut the portrait wus thnt of
a, lliivariun counsellor; I lie newspaper
had beeu annihilated bv the effect of uu
allusion thtft the editor had never mfttlc,
but Ihat the public had thought il discovered. Louis XVMIl. win struck wilh
the injustice of thu proceeding, nnd gave
the editor a new authorization, und baptised tho restored journal by the name ul
Le (fyttHitutinmiel.
Olllei'ofr r.vtsi-.usTON's •JoRE',—Iii-tbe
course Of tbe late Premier's canviiss of
Hartfpstlirc,' iii conjunction with the' bile'
Sir George St.iunton, a meeting wns held
in a lon^ narrow room ut '.ho Angel
Hotel, dimly lit at each ond by two small
windows. During tho noble lord's speech
lie was interrupted by cries of ' No] no,'
proceeding from a little fat mun iu one of
tho windows, who was butler to an old
Admiral In tlie neighborhood.' Thei*
were loud culls to bring bim forward, but
Lord Palmersion promptly snid, ' Praj
don't interfere with the gentleman ; let
him remain in the window. Providence
has denied bim any intellectual light; it
would be bard indeed to deprive him of
tbe light of heaven.' Ever afterwards,
to the day of bis dualll, the butler's np-
penranco was alluded lo as, ' Here
fomcth Iho light of heaven.'
An American writer announces the
'reconstruction' of the Union lu these
terms;—'Gentle Hymen follows closely
upon the heels of grim vUaged Mars, and
the soft breathings 01 epttllalamic melody
succeed to the fierce uiel dissonant clangour of the war trumpet.1 He f hought
thi^wjis tbo best, way of (piying thai, the
war being elided, many ' marriages were
being made.
A lady of high rank nml exquisite
taste having rend uu rttertisemeitt of a
Iioniliui Silversmith, in which il wus state i that by the electrotype process waiters
nnd other articles luigjil be plated to ill al
by no possible test could ihey be distinguished from the real things, sent ber
three foot men and page lo bo clectroiyped
by Ilie udverliser.
The following somewhat remarkable
advertiweajent appeared in Ihe columns ol
a recent nundicr of a ' Ruck Country'
newspaper :—' host, by a jkioi- hid tied
tip in brown paper with a whito string, a
German (lute in an overcoat, and several
oilier articles of wearing apparel.'
Relief   for   the   Afflicted.
the [XTRonrcTiov of
Perry    Davit1
Vegetable Pain Killer
To the .Suffering   Iluniuiii y of this  Age
bus relieved mote pain, and on used more
real Joy l'"in uliy other one thing that cun
he named.
New '\i|vci'lNciii:jti!s.
UNION HOTEL,
Coiner Bastion and Langley sts-
Mist: "Ilaiiei.ns.
j i is an
Invaluable   Remedy.
Our first Ph.vsicitins use It,  ami  recommenil
its  me;   the   Apothecary linl.-i   it   lirat
among tlic medicines soiled lor, mid
tlie wbole.-nlt- Druggist considers
it ii  leading article of liis
trade.     All tlie dealer*
in medicine spe»k
alike  iu in favor; audits
reputation us n medicine of great
merit anil liiiue is I'ully and penim-
ni-utly  tstabllSlied]  and   it is  the greut
Family Medicine   of  the Age-
Erery Volunteer should huve a bottle, iu case
of sadden attacks of Dlaeass,
Taken Internally, cures
Sudden Colds, Coughs, kc,
Weak Stoinich,
General Debility,
Nursing Soru Month, Canker,
Liver Complaint.
Dyspepsia or Indigestion,
Cramp nnd pain in tho iStomach,
Jlowel Complaint,
I'uintcrs' Colic,
Asiatic Cholera,
Diaihuia und Dysentery.
Taken externally cores
Felons, Boils, and Old Sores,
Severe Minus uud Scalds,
Cdrd, Bruises and Sprat ins.
Swelling of the Join's,
Ringworm and Tetter,
Broken lireasts,
'Frosted Feet and Chilblains,
i   Toothache,
I'aiii in the Face,
Neurulg;u and llheumnti-m.
&AITsT   SBXJLJtfBR,
Taken internally, should be udtdteruleil
with milk or water, und sweetened wilh
sugar, if desired, or made into a syrup
with molusses. For a COUGH und
Bronchitis, n few drops on JSugnr, etHcu,
will lie more effective ihun anything else.
For BORE THROAT, gargle the throat
with a mixture.of Pain Killer and water,
and tilu relief is immediate und cure positive.
«®* It should not be forgotten tbat
the Pain Killer is equally as tood to
take ititernally Us to use externally.
Each bottle is wrapped wilb nil directions for its use.
Prices 2."i cents, oO cents k $1 per bottle.
1IAVANA_CIGAR^
LEWIN &  ANTHONY,
TOBACCONISTS.
47 Tates St., Brick Store
Next to Corner of (iovcrnmeut St.,
IlKti TO WORM THEIR FRIENDS AND
I) t e |iiili|ii-in general ibat tliey will cun
finally receive liy every m-ninet- a good as-
mirimeiitiit (Jcmiluc I uvanii (JlROri
nud the ItOMt 111 MlliN of I'ohlK'CO,
imported rliruel for tins market, an tlini Ihey
ure Mlilo lo •.•iimtiele witb nny lie use on tbia
I'land, either Wholesale or Itelnil.
N.  II—Special   nllention will bo [mid  to
f'oiiiirv  nrdTB.
IIEIMA.V  LEWIN.     |   -LOUIS ANTHONY
in. 1
A Naw anii Grahu Brocu i.v Jlniiicms I—
Dr. Mnggiel is ibe foundc. ol a new Mqdical
system. The quantitnriiius, ivhosc vast interim] doses enfeeblc-the stomach and paralyse
tha bowels, must give precedence to the mini
who restores health nnd uppetite, with from
one to two of his extraordinary Pills, and
cares Ihe most virulent sores with a box or so
ol his Wonderful anil ml healing .Salve. These
two great specifics of tbe Doctors arc fast su,,
persedinz nil the stereotyped nostrums of ihe
day. Extraordinary cures by M.iggiel's puis
nnd Snlve have opened the eyes of Hie public
to tb* Inefficiency of Ilie (so called) remedies
of others, and upon which people have so long
blindly depended. Jlaugitl'd Pills are no ol
tbe class tlmt nre swallowed by the d'bzch, and
of which every box lull taken eri'«tes nu absolute neie-sitv for another. Oiif. or two of
Maggiel's Pills suffices to plnce the bowels in
perfect order, tone the stomach, cr.calESfi 80;
prtoe, and render tlie spirits light nnd buoyant! Tberdii iio griping; And no reaclina In.
ihe form of constipation. If the liver is affected, its functions are restored ; and it tlic
nervous system is feeblP: it is invfgoruieil.
This lust qitulitj' mukes tjic raedipines very j
detfVliTSIe for the v.iints of MIcMe females. '
Ulcerous and ersptive difyoses nre literally
by tie disim ' nr imwei- of
MuppTeT* Snlve. In fact, It'is liefe announced'
that Maggiel'M Hi luu, OyNpcplic
and Dl.iriliea I'ills cure ivhue all
others,fail. While for Burns, Scalds, i'hil
blains, Outs and nil fbrasMni of II
Milgglcrs 8(llwe is infallible. Sold by
J. Mahoiei.. 11 Pina -In ■' Ne v York, and all
Uruggii'.s, at 25 cts  perb'ix.
CARRIAGE   PAINTING
U  ALL ITS BUANCI1ES,
Yates Street,
Eetween Deluge Engine  House
and the International Hotel.
	
Work   solicited,  and   done, on   the most
reasonable terms by
W. M. KEOIiAN
au 3-1 in
Till-: PnoPRIBVOR i'i si'KtjTKi'i.l.Y IX.
forms tb* public, thai the nl'ove sawed
lintel li new -ipcu for lbe riicption ol
lo iri,i>rf.
Terms :
Board and Lodeini? per week $10 00
Boai d without Lodging 8,00
The Kotel
Is located in the m,st crnlrnl unrl of the city,
being in the immediate vicinity of I lie prnici-
pul BusiilMI Hume!, the Thenire and oilier
places of aiuiistinent in the city.
The Table
Will he supplied tvitb all the delicacies Ibat
our markets uffonl.
An enrly application is recessnrv as only a
liiult-'d number  of boarders will   be   laker, il
t % the intention of the Proprietor to do all
in his power to promote the comfort of those
who may fuvor him wilh their paironnge.
REFERENCE   REQUIRED-
T. II. Ue tUN.V, Proprietor.
Victoria, V. I., July :idth. 18(38. jy 30
Miscellaneous.
A   Triumph    ot    Science
THE   LIGHT   OK   THE    WOULD
DR. MAGGIEL'S
PILLS   St SALVIA
IMPORTER    AXD    WHOLESALE
DEALER  IX
.Orcgoil and California Flour,
Middlings, Bran, Grain, tu.ter,
Lard, Provisions, etc, etc.
Families and the Trude supplied on the
most reasonable terms.
No. 40 Government street,
NEAR CORN I it OF FORT.
jy 29
TIico I. To-fflvlnj; r»mecli'« or<« n<>'v( fir thn Art
tl'i'i-,if v.- ■ \l\lh\ civ to tn v r <1. For nyttr «.|initi.T
rfa iintnij nl iiriat.'prncticelh"iiigTe-luitii( in Bltrffl
Life-Giving puis
ri'T" be'n ufle'i with tiip gr«itWit tnrtstkt, tii ir
mf"*i'ii is u t on j in rnvNtt is %n\ hut to nir«
TIipv »e n-.li rvj rh ■ varifMH tqnJ^Uu by h ch tin-
pMtiont ir* •uflVring, tuH ,r«ipv(gumttiN t o aiim;
tynittiW. T tip-n mil nud \iit\tin ttflw Aotat of these
vtluuiiluPILi.S willitors to bo "
A VilRY FOUNTAIN OF YOUTH,
Pi-rl'i typrvot.** f'cyn.1'1 ne* life nad vita'itr, nnd
est.re tin' w -nl'-gii i iriilt* tti nielr riitfAu *.«'t«. T>
tlm uiiijiir nn ■ mi (Jl ■ ci-ii tln'v "ill nr>t\o iu»«t in
VhIii lit', W* it mi .v, PpQOltfc a nit itt-r iiii Uit'diciii''.
en* U a dr'-Hin renliZ'-il, ill tt P -ncH.tln-l,i'ou Bmiirli
f«>r thie« hundred vmrn uo, nnn utttr f "urt. v
lonk'd fnr » 1 ni tnln th»i would rcstoru the o.'d t<>
*. igtir uud tnako _i oath ever
All Eternal Hpring-1
(t wn* Irfl, ta!i this diy nnd hour tn resl;Zi* tho dremn,
and >boW in one ulnrmm f*\0\ the limbic in.ii u nd«
U (Air.
TUESB  FAMOUS  REMEDIES
Canoof nt'v th<> (liirht i>f jeat^.*hut thoy cun force hack,
air hold nl'Mii, dlia-itxci hat mi t.t in thpli ovhi too
ug d and the yoOllf Lf-i wo- hL'*ltl" liifii. bin
hi iz-- tin1 liv.Tiible u^piuluuity timi offer*. When ukuu
ni pretcfibid—
Fcr Billious Disorders
Nothingc*ti t'O trior" |t-i)duu>lr< of cure thnn the«i?
I'.IU —rh-ir alniiHt m ^lo infl n-nce 1* Mt nt o n ;
snd ths iimuhJ oono mlUnts uf thh ui<»l dls(r»Mlufl
Uin'itet: urn iiHiuvlU. '1'hoi-e ituudiiii *fd iii/iiie I rum
the i-i.roit
TKGKTAIILIO COMPOUNDS.
!'h > will nnt lurm ilw< m.«»L dolirntr fctn.tk, and
ui bi ni -n with jj'iod iffsct iu presorlbod d«*eii to
the joui.ne.u balm.
For Cutaneous Disorders
And ..Il L-i'ii h- run' lb«<klL\»ho MA1.VK ia ino.t In-
vstushlr. It d<>u« ti t hf*l xiviuallr nl.tii ■, bul punn-
u-Mi-t w itli iho moil h nruhliti rtr c.'k lo the vert tool
ofih«evil.
DR. MAGGIEL'S RLLS
Invariably enre tiie fallowing Diseases ;
Athim,
U-'Wfl ("oiniilaints
Oonnlw,
Coldn,
Chvst Di enlMi
Uitarihe*.
l)t»OKy,
OttWaWa
Fever and \fft •,
Hetnul-pnomplEint*,
BfltMlnolie,
ludiR tth.n,
lim>ic 'ft.
luflamin  tmn,
In»nrd vVt(ikne«n?
Ui't 0<'in>l«(nt,
Lqwi.«*sor&|iirtti.
Kiiiifwi.nn,
Klititiltijt. mn,
tail     I p'lm,
titnlds,
Skin Piwuics.
k\T V'lTICR. — Vnnt'-e-rinu witimnt the i-iwriivr'!
tru.ic -mark' r.Htnd mi|( pm «r 1-t-x. nipnfid In nil. .1.
'tAi.GI   I., WFulion tireirtj Aaw . urk. to counli-rfe.t
Wbi.ll IB ltd'inv.
<rj- Sold by nil r<'.»iH'ctuMt! Doalnrs in Mfdtdlnes
Uir„ui.'H..til tii« United S nt.-n ami C'.nitn—at 2u cmiU
per •jux nr pol.
A. C. Langley & Co.,
lApentg fur Vnncouvur Island and British
Columbia.
ti *
FOR     SALE
HPHf  BIODT, iiri.i-;.  ami  i   ,
I    in I.am! known -i-  1! Fill.  8 ?0, I
i, l nn  Dtitrlc , »nd  !:  \'M1, 8  1, ffomenoi
IM-triil, in nl  nlinut Inn urrrii, aitantu in lbe
('cm i< ll.'lll .Si'llli'lill'lil.
Fur nartiouliri ftppljt '"
iOtih OLAHSBV,
HaatXaa sitttt,
mi n-lm OppoilU BhtrlCi OtAaa.
NOTICE
-UF—
GS-PAfiTNEaSHiP.
BJINSTER
nAS THIS DAY
ENTERED INTO
Partnership
WITH ALL LOVKltS OF
GOOD    ALE!
nu 17-1 in
Wanted to Borrow
2500    DOLLARS
iVS KIR.ST-ri.A.SS UKAL estate SE-
\J cnriti' jirniliu'iii^ $ti() ppr iiiiintli. The
iniinojr wnuid bt tukun lor one je«r at 1 j per
cent, per tnontlt.
lrur particulars applv to
A. ¥. MUX,
an 2 Goveriiiiii-iit street.
——
Mi-c»)liiiic(i',is.
CHARLES    BERNARD,
Manufacturer and Dealer in
FAMILY CHSRTRES COFFEE
And SpiccN of all KInilN,
No, 707, Sansome street, corner Gold,
Between Jttrk^nn anfl pju'ific.
First Premium awarded Int the Mechanics1 In*
stittite, for the best Coffee and Spirts.
The proprietor hnvTrift iniroduct'il rftiniB
Power in his Mnnnfnctory, h:i (low incienseil
fueilitiet to supply the trade and the pfib'lc in
frenernl. Ail itrticleH from his Kptuhlishmeiit
ure ptmranteed to lie pu o nnd uiiiuliihiTuteH.
The putilic nre rc^pectlnltv invited to cull and
convince themselves Country orders promptly
tttti'nded to. nu 'I
BRITISH    PERIODICALS.
The London Qiarterly Rev'ew (Conservative).
The Edinburgh Review (Whig)
The Westminster Review (Radical)
The North British Review (Free Church)
— AXD—
Blackwcod's Edinburgh Magazine (Tory)
Th»> '■(v.ii RfriiMva re-piii>li«Iit'<I hjr Mcmm. 'n>TT .V
Co., »ri» ynprnl y in itdAttd n« Ihfl Ortti IUtIaw!*,
iind Hl^i'kwotui on* lireii j ibi Jy nl«Ct*l in I In- tiiiiio
rmk. tf Iw-vtM' ilhjii'M.(!.i wnh rfidmr pn HrHtion* of
t:ii« i<\n«t. wtiAtfVtT nmv ne ln< 'titianil f i.f"nnili"n,
w'H poo*" bii nltoir«Hi/>r delilnd Hi'1 lliria in wmfh hv
livtsi—nRd im tU'ir tinn'n a fn\rto*n}iiy *oon itvt very
fnr IteMn i. Tlii-y in •>■ lie wmi and ntudiuil Willi n<u
v-nnU'-'c oy ilie pvbpll ofthl-i en oitiy, oi' every creed
Hiifi |Mrty.
ttair BLtOKVOOI) ii mmtiiftlh- nttiftctlf« tt thU
tiuic to Ain.-ilfAiis, not nulyfr It- \rri I urtl<-lfi liy
ilMili^ui'li '<! H I'lliil r>l   li.-t| n   lull for ihfl nm t|iif of
ih« Iiu,-- dlvjj w r now KeiDH written ly 0 I. Von
Bnfk*, n ti,.- ijMoo(lie»r, tblptm ^-^tnff lutit-ji. J. K. It.
luart, of thu Gonfotittiit flrhij'.
TKKM.S   KUH   1880.
Purnnyonn of tlm Uarltm f I pfr unnuni
Forttt) inn of Um lUrlrwa  7 "
For nuj ihru- of tlio i;«ivtcwi.  10 "
Foi all fiur of tlie Hovh-w 12      "
Km Plnrkwo d'i MitiHini".....  4 "
l'ur Illackwood mid <>iiq Itcrl w  7 •'
Tor Ilia k wii.l and anj two of ili«  lit;-
rl*wt io     "
Kor ' Uckffnod and Uir.-u of Hie Ht-vie»v,..l3       "
Kor K]*cliWord mui thc four Ifovtciri 15      "
'CLUUS.
A 'H-i-n'iiit of tuynty p'.r rent. wH[ lie ('lowed lo cluli.i
cf f'Hir or more I'trreons- 1'iiiUt, f.iir r. pieii oi"
HliM'kivi'nd. or of00" evlrw Mill lie hi-nt tn one ad-
drett or M'Z SO. rooronpira of tlie fuur Ueviews and
It,nek wood , fur $48, und noon.
POSTAGE.
When Writ  bv  mail
L'mt- d   t !'•■ wtlj l»a
*'   i.A'Kwonri," and but fijln cent
thu-ltiviDtfa.
the fotTAOR   to ^ny part of the
Ut t Weill  -.our eriit.a   year I«r
j ear for each of
The North Ilriiish fnin Juiunry.  IS-13.   to 1
Via, inolii«ive; Ihe FMnhuryh <m! tin- lftufm
Re ucetl Prices for previous years-
RtiLsi'rittern mny ob'.nin he licp^'luki i milieu lately
piecedinif I8f6, ii» rolh'Wn, viz. :
UtttckwntMi from H ptrm T. IS 4, to December, J865
hielmive, ai. tin* raL»f of $2 50 * year
T'eeemhei
Westminster tr-
P il. 1864, t-» Diui-i.ne',  186), Ineluive.  nud   tl
teotfdtm Quarterly lur the yen; 13' 6, at the rate of $1 .',0
a year b/T oneli or any    evi- w.
x%g- A lewoipies yet r in in -.ftt/[ the four Reviews
for jSliS .it $4 a net, or -1 i.0 lor »ny one.    ,
m:o\aki) scott & c;o..
Publishers. 38   Walker Street, JY.  V.
L. P. tt, Co., nl»o publish the
PARMFES Q-TJTJDJB
IU IIkmiy Stki»ii!1.v."». ot EdinlHiirti. ni-il ilie U.e.l. P
•-■>, n.., . I Y .1. ..ll.-a.-. -i mil. lloyj., O.IUHU,' 1C0O
pu I-., ii .j liiihifunn  Eii^rnvlius•
l':-ii-i- J7 for ilie twu vu'-jna-.-by UalJ, poll vale,
s» UO. jj.3
Jesse  Cowper,
Wholcmile tnul Rulttil llcalcr in
BOOTS AND SHOES,
LEATHER,
-AND—
SHOE    FINDINGS,
"STATES    STHEET,
OPPOS1TK WELLS, FARCO * C»
At the old Blnnil of Wi-lwter k Co., li
prepared lo sujiply the wanlt) of llio
pilli ic iii liis line.
The Latest Ptvles
IJoccivcri hy every arrival from  Knjrt»i (•
mnl S.-iii I'Viitirisro. nuV
Mrs.   Hein
KKRPS   niNS'rASTI.Y  OX  HAND   THK
t*ie?t fHsiiiuD.i in
HA ILLINERY,
 Al —
Prices to  Suit the Times,
OOVEHXMBN r    .STRKE1'
lletwem Pari "nil lirpiighton. »»^
A. & W. WILSON,
Houie and Ship Plumbers
CASFITTER3,
BELL-H4NGERS 4 TINSMITHS
FOIST   STP.KKT
All oi (ler- promptly attended io
The "Grotto,"
OPPOSITE TIIE TELEGRAPH OFFICE.
For f»  (flass  of rhoiuo  liquor go  lo the
" Grotto,"
There  " none iiut run best '' you   will
Gnd is the motto.
Mint .Julep?, .Sherry Coblilerg—everything
eoolitig ;
Come ye Ihat do thirst, you will And iii
no fooling.
*u3
BILLIARD SALOON,
coiiKEa G0VER\n:;vr axd tites its.
■CTI»ST-A.IR.S.
Entrance on Yates Street-
no 3.1m
the :pioisj-ee:r,
ICE CKEAM,
—F.'IOM THE—
PACIFIC TELEGRAPH HOTEL,
IS AGAIN IN THE FIELD.
'IWE PUOI'UIKTOIl IS PKEPAIIKD T
A supply, us usual, bin customers, pnrlie
Imll.i, (to., nt modcruto rates.
PACIFIC TELEGUAPn HOTEL.
Store street.
nu 3
TOBACCO PLANT
ARRIVAL 0¥ ANOI'HER CARGO FROM
Virginia & ('uba,
VIA   ASriNWAI-I.,
Of Iho most   (<!<iu ui c«l Urands of
TOBACCO   &   SEGARS
EVER IMPORTED
Samples enn  bi  hmi  n>   the >< jllttXPn',"
curiicr Vales and Goveriiincnt strecis.
Arrival of a fewmore Plants
by tlie "California."
S&* OIBee of C. F. Green's Victoria
and Esquimau Express.
K. MHPBEIX,
»u2 ADELPHI SEOAR STORE.
WILLIAM   LYONd.
— ASll —
Commission     Agent,
On the Corner of
Wharf and Johnson Streets-
Phisted aud Published by'McCu'Mf 1 Co.,a*
the office, Langley S'.rcet.

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