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VOL. I.
VICTORIA,   VANCOUVER    ISLAND,
MONDAY
EVENING,  NOVEMBER  12.   1866.
TUB
EVENING TELEGRAPH,"
NO. 113.
it
PUBLISHED
•verv   Eveniag at  4   O'clock,
(.Saturday and Sunday evenings excepted.)
ALSO IVKUT
Nuw Advertisements.
UNDAY    MORNING !
TKIIMH  OP   S! IISlIlll-TION I
r Anamn, In ailranne, by mail 510 1111
fr .li moiitln    0 ml
r Wvsic, i»«yai.li! tu Carrier...       '2li
itt'djata,      to
pr terms of Advertisement apply at the
Office. Lanjley Street-
Now Advertisements.
LINCOLN   HOUSE!
Cor- Washington anl Front sts ■
PORTLAND,  OBKOOH.
J*. C. MATTIIlIMSEtf,
Of  the  St.   Nicholas   Hole],  Victoria,
HAVINO TAKBM TUB AHOVK IKl'lSi:,
wishes to announce to tte public tlmt bo
is ii iw piepared to accomodate ^ruosts in a
s lisl'.utory manner. Nothing will be left undone, which Is in the power of the proprietor
to do, to render gnesta comfortable.
Portland, August :l;tli, ldiiil oe 14
THIS
EVENING TELEGRAPH
GENERAL
Miscellaneous.
REMOVAL.
W.  HEATUOEK
m
BBOB  LB A VI  Ti)  INTOIt.M  Hlfl
Iriends   und  the  public   tlmt  hu  has
removed his
Miscellaneous.
Boot and Shoe Store
To lloi'RvjifST STiii'HT, two doors from tlio
i'Colonist mil  Chronicle" Olliee, where he
! will continue bis Uout Milking business.
iRE-cxFEiNriivra-
—or—
Restaurant,
Aud Coffee^ Saloon.
pUK PROPRIETOR I.V THANKIN't! THH
11. public for the very liberal support with
Which they hnve favored him in thi pail, bus
fnucli pleasure in announttng thnt baving
ebuilt, euibellislicil and rendered the above
stablisbmcut Unequalled in tho oity, he will
^c open it to-morrow (SATURDAY, October
0th, 18iiG.
(The   Culinary   Department
Being perfect iu all its arrangements nnd
tinder tlic management of a  5rst clnss Cook
everything will be supplied  in superior stylo
ami with the utmost promptitude.
!>• €'1,10 41, feels that in recommencing business he can with eonlideuce
solicit it renew il of jmhlic patrtrtiWgti, m with
tlie increased accommodation and improved
facilities for carrying ou the business which
bc huw possesses he enh guarantee entire satisfaction lo all uud plucii the iiitniclious otitic establishment above competition.
THE   UP-STAIRS
DINING  ROOM
Which bag been handsomely furnished
il in style, comfort snd eoonomy supc: iur t ■
any similar establishment in u.wu.
BOUill TER WKHK   -   -   -    $G and $T.
Meals at all hours   -   -   -   25a to DUu.
Coffee per cup with Rolls   -   l'2f,e.
lint aud Cold Joiuts uUvays on hand.
vf. II.—The bakery business will be curried
on and bread of the best quality delivered
throughout tbe town. oclD
I
BEMOVAL.
A.   BULER  &   Co.
HAVE   REMOVED
TO THE STORE ADJOINING TIIE
MASONIC BUILDINU,
Veil door to T. N. Hibben k Co., where tbey
BUY AND SELL LADIES' AND GENT'S
cast-off clothing.
Clothes cleaned aad repaired at tho Bhoriest
notice.
oc 25-lm
NGUVEAUTES
B'auTomne  et  D'hiyer.
J. H. TURNER ET CIE.,
Ont 1'honnour d'informer leurs
amis et lo public quil viennont do
recovoir un aasortiment de Nttuve-
autes de Modes des Meilloures Mais-
one de Paris.
MAISON DE LONDRES.
Septembre, 1866. oc'23
REMOVAL.
DR. HARVARD HAS REMOVED
| his Office to Douglas street, first
bouse ou the right, south of
Fort street. Dr. B. is conversant wilh all
the modern Dental improvements, und uses
none but the best ir.atetials iu his profesniou.
Teeth mounted on Gold Plate or thc Vulcanite Base in the neatest aud most ai tistic
manner.
Chloroform  administered  and   Teeth   extracted without pain.    Advice rendered gratis.
Office hours from 9 a. ra. to 5 p. in.
Victoria, October Sih, 1SU6. no S-lm
WOTI       E
.Assignment   Deed.
Date of Deed 10th October, 1886.
Date of execution 10th October, 1800.
Pahtibs — H08BS  8POBBOBG   k  JULES
RIIKI''!'',  trailing under the  name
and style of Snorborg k Itueff, of
Whnrl street, Victoria, Vancouver
Island.
TitcsTEKS-DAVU)   LENEVUE,-|   r ... ,   .
JOHN wii.kie,      J0"1*"
Assignment of the whole of the partnership
property excepting the furniture and person.il
effects of Moses Sporborg.
Registered this day nt 11:1.1 a.m.
mtb of October, 1868.
RIOH.-.KI) WOODS)
oclH lm Acting Registrar.
TUE GKEAT   UEMEDY  OE  THE
.AGE.
HOLLOWAY'S OINTMENT.
Thu   « i!«« t   ot  the   Ointment   on    the
gyatem
To the vrycoe and cen're of til] disrnM'S
wblcb affect lile hu mnn body, till* n'nim l.ubW-
prepara'iuu pwbtrattfts II dlwppo&ri ucler
tbe friction nf the bands, us Milt disappears
when rubbfl u(joii mi*at. Tbe unguent pur-
foriQl Its healing errand rapidly, sufi-ly, aad
tf Lib out iuiii.. Simple eruptions, open .sorea,
bard tumors, icrofttioUJ doVfltopmeutl ol' all
kllods, tibceiises, cancer;', old wounes, and, in
'act, every apeeii a of lull uniinition and sap*
(Miration, whether in <l:c skin, tlie fleib, tlie
glunUSf or among tbe DUttiloSi can be .irrenlfb
in Ui destructive course, sad pefmaneflUj
cure I witliout danger by rubbing in tbia Loi ■$-
liuiable Ointment.
Uml    Legn,   Uud   BreastS(    Sores,   and
pleat*,
In many Hospitals in Europe this celebrated
remedy is now used for tbe cure ot old wounds,
sores, and ulcers ; In Spain and Portugal, and
in many pans of Italy, the lirst Physicians tn-
regularly prescribe its use. It is a sovo.eigr
■■iiiMv for bad breasts and bad Ugs; ami like*
[se 'or all skin diseases, it is to be loiind in
Lbo eh est of nearly every sailor, soldier, ane
emigrant,.
I in prude iir|e«   of   Von tli ; — Sore*   und
rieeix.
Tho above class of compl-tinlH is surety removed   by" otghtly fomenting tbe   parts witl
v -rm water, and itieti by must elfootually rub
otog Ln tbis Olntmeot. Personisuffeting Iron,
these direful complaints should lose uot a mo
ment in arresting their progress. It should bl
understood that it is not  sulficient merely tu
ni'';!i- i in' Ointment on the alfected parts, bul
it mu-t be well rubbed in for some considcrabli
time tw > or three times a day, that it may he
taken into the system, whence it will remov.
only hidden soraorwou.nl as elfectually n.
though it were palpable to tbe eye. Bread and
water poultices, alter tbe rubbing in ol tt
Ointment, Will do great service. This Id th}
only proper treatment for females iu OASM 01
cancer in the stomach, or for those wbo ,-ulli ;
from a general bearing dov u.
I'IIih, Kimiilui, Stricture-!,
Blotches, asalso swellings, can with certainty
be radically cured if the Ointment be useo
freely, and the Pills be taken night und morn,
ing asrecommended iu theprintediustruedions
When treated in any other way these complaint.
Dnly dry up in one place to break out in llth
Ither; whereas this Ointment will remove th''
'.minor from the system, and leave the patien
\ vigorous and healthy being. It will r equip*
.ime, aided by ^he use of too Pills, to ensure
asting cure.
Dipthcria,    limr rli f 1 is,   So,,.    TIhhhn,
Any of the ahove class of diseases may be
•^ured by well rubbing the Ointment three
.iracs a day upon the skin covering the throat,
chest, and neck ot the patient. The unguent
will soon penetrate the pores and give immediate relief. To allay the tover and lessen ths
inflnmation, eight or ten Pills sliould be taken
night and morning. The Ointment will pio-
duce perspiration, which is so essential for
remo-ing fevers, sore throats, and those oppressions of the chest which ariso from
Asthma, Bronchitis, and other causes.
Both the Ointment and Pills shotiht
be until  in the following Case* i
3.1<1 i*gt
fnrn.i (Corns)
Rheumatism
lini Bro&flti
Cancers                    iicniih*
Burns
C ntnictetl       aad.Snrf tflpplM
Banion*
8Utl Joints           p niTliroiit
Bllnot \trti-cln toes
Kii'i'tiniitusia        Skta tnttts'
and Saiul-Flioi
l-'iMiuIas                 'sriirvy
lii'.i-!' IV
flout                        [Sin' lieadii
Jhiogo-foot
lilanluliir    Swcli-
rdiQont
Qogi
CletTS
2htlblftins
1.    IIltM^'O.
Wniliid*
Jtaappeil Hands
Piles
l'awi
Sold at V't Eslabliithmflnt ot Pwophsbor Holl*wa
£U, StttSSki, ■ near SNunplS Bai), I/judai ; nito by a
■•enpectible Rrus^rlst* tort ppalpra in Medicines ihroaph
jut the civilized world, at tlie following prices Is. lkd
2 fid. 4a tld.. lis., 22., nml 33s., each Pot.
*,* There s a coaBidnrnbto saving by taking the largu
fzei.
KB,-Directions for thc puldnnce of PatinnU In  evei
diiorJer are ailixcd to each Put.
•Fob    P P1 1111 II J?, buots and shoes made to order
ESTABLISHMENT
Langley Street, Victoria,
The  Printing    Office
or tub 3
EVENING
TELEGRAPH
Office is replete with every appliance
and variety of Material for tbe
Execution of
LETTER PRESS   PRINTING!
In ull its brunches, whether
Plain or Ornamental
'nsiK   OFFICE   AIMS  at securing
_L suet flpemly Kxei-ulioii of unler* ufi il
ooruliMnt with correct unil eltgant Work.
uiuunbip.
Of the best miUeriuls ami workmilllblp.
N.B.—llcpuirin^ done ut shortest notice.
oc 23
Orders received for Printing
Books, Business Cards,
Pimipnlets Invoicea.j
Ciitalogucs Bill II''.id-,
Serniuiis, Tmde Forme,
Iteporu Circulurs, (Pluiu
Renluls, Coloured,)
Leases, Hand   Bills. (Plain oi
Law Forms of erer/ Coloured,)
description,
For Prices,   apply   at the   Office.
Langley street.
General itfews Agent
J. Stratman.
EMPIRE NEWS DEPOT
Cor. Washington & Sansome sif.
San Franolioo.
rpiIF, ADV.UTIsKR is prepared to supply
X with punctuality ami celerity theannrjed
newspapers ami periodicals upou the following
terms All orders, to receive immediate attention, must be accompanied by cash remittance,
and handed in previous to the 4th, 14th, and
24th ol each month.
London Daily Tinea fHOO
Tlio Flelil   HUO
"       IlliKtralil Times  7 DO
"       WetklvTimn        7 00
"     Bell's tlfe In I.«n.lun 14 1)0
'      Weekly Dispntch 14 00
"       III. Newiofllie Worlil  1400
'I       l'Hlilie Ul'iii "il  759
'     Inilex iFreelmde) Um
"       111.   Spi'itins News  8 00
"       Sl'eruil'T  1400
"       Re*luw   1400
"      Saturday Keview 14 00
IHibH" Nalum .12 00
Lun-lo.i liluni-raled News  .14 00
Allact'o Mnnlbl- 3 On
BUekmnd'aMagnilni SCO
Hwrper'a MairMiiie - SOU
Sixpenny Manaint 3 on
KiiickerhoekiT , Stf
l'acifie M intMy "•' 30n
(ioilev'sU.lie:. liiiivh..... 3 00
Helical Host..' 3 00
Continental Magaalne  UOO
Miuliiin Detnonst'a • onlhly ;i 00
F. I^illie's new Fsmily Maij«iiuc  3 00
Chamiiers' Kilinlniruli   (nun;,! 4 00
H«'illlily   impere, Illicit a   Week -I 00
• ' "     All the Te*r l'.nun.i son
Tli^ckerav's CornhillMatiazine 0 0C
Limtlon I^Mieet 6 00
3, A. Sala'e Temple Bar 0 011
l.nri'len Society  Magaiine li OO
Si. Jaiiiep Magazine .lUm
K.linburgh Review 10 M
T/indon   Review , 10 00
North BrilisliKcvlew 10 00
^aaumuster Review 10 00
1 nnitou Art Journal., IS01
Mir.iivj & Smelling Mas 1000
AYER'S
CHERRY
PECTORAL,
FOIl TIIK BAPID CUKE OF
Colds <'ois«jhs  nud
HofttvenesVa
BmtmtO) mahh., 90th im-., 1355.
Dr. J.C. Avkh: I do not Iweltntetoety
tho host romsdy 1 lUkTt '-ver fmuid fur
Cuiiijtie, IIoiiTMcins-, liiOinhza, iiii.l tlio
cm itiitiint tymptatmtot 1 0du,1« yuur
Ciihuhv fMTOBAU Iii n.ii.-iiiiit DM In
my BttsOtiee mnl my limiiiy fur tlto hint
too yuan hiw lllOWO it lo po«0iM tDpft*.
riur TlrtiiM for th* trwittni'iit of theso
oomplalntH.     BBBN KNKHIT, M.D.
A. II. MORThKY, Kfl>i.,of Utici.N. Y^ write*: "I h»Tt
okwI your Pkctkiial myself and in my tutaily ever siiio*
ymi iiiveutnl it. mnl DtUfTfl it thn l«>Mt uicdichio for ita
pur(HMte ever put nut. Witli h l.nl cold I Hhould t- -nii-i
pay tweiity-Hvti ilnllurn fnr u hottlu tlum Uu without it, oi
take any otlier n-mwly."
Croup, Whooping Cough, Influenza*
fi'Ruiami.N, Slifln., ttb. 7,18ft0.
nROTFtr.R Ater; I will cheerfully certify your Pectoral
ii tho bait remedy wo pomeM for tho cure of Whooping
Ctrugh, Croup, rliI tho clival disenHes of children. Wt ot
your fraternity in tho 8<mtli ippradAta your nkill, nud
cnminiml your Diadiciuo to Ottt PMplO.
HIRAM CONKLIN, M.D.
AM03 LEK, KH(j.,MoNTEnEV. lA..wrlt4ut M .Imi.,1850:
"I luid 11 IcdioiiB I11flue117.il, which (-uiilliied me lu doors
six wi«)1(h; took iiutiiy iiicdi'.iiii'S without relief; finally
tried your Pectoral hy the advice of our clern.Mimn
Tho first dofo Mlmad  tlte Horeiiena In my throat and
lumen; i"s« tlum ona lmlf the hnttlo mada ma omnpletaly
Well. Your mediclnea are tho rhnapnal as well on theliett
wo caji htiy, and wo aitBttm ynu, Doctor, and your romo*
dies, an tho poor iiihii'h Motta.*
Asthma or Phthisic, nnd Dronchitifi.
Wm Uaxchuub. Pa.. Vs-b. 4,1856.
Bm: YonrCnr.nRv PlCTdtfAL in pan&faflimmarvellota
cnroH lu thin HOttoli It Im" reh'i'Vi'.l HVanl fn>in alaim-
I11K nyiu|itotUH of eotunUBptioBj and la imw curing a man
who iiua labored timlor nn atleition of tho luDgl for tli*
last forty year*. 11KNUY 1,. PARKS, Merchant.
A. A. RAMBHY. M.D..  Aun-.v,  Mn^Rni Co.,  Iowa,
writeH, Sept. t'i. I8M1 ■■ During njrpnotloa of many yaan
I havo found nothing Bqnal to your Ciiehhv Plctoral for
giving BUB and r.'li.'t io couMimptivti patients, OT curing
audi aa uro curuhle."
Wo nil^ht add VOlltnM of ovhlonco, hut tho niost mn-
rinciug pnwf of tho virtues of this remedy ia fouud la ita
effects upou trial.
Consumption.
Protmhly no onn ntnttSy hiw over twon known which
cured so many nnd aueh tlaii(;erouH cnnem as thla. Soma
no hum nn aid can reach : hut even to thosu tho Ciilrri
PiCTORAt. alTiirdK relief and comfort.
Astor House. New York Cut. March 6. l«Sfl
Doctor Am, Lownfi 1 !'• cl it a duty m.d a plaamra
to inform ynu whut your Cherrt Pixtorai, hns done for
jiy wife. 8hehadbaan flvo mtmtha litborlngnndar the
dangsnma fymptoaia of Conatunptton, (ton which no aid
we could procure ekto her mnob raliw. Bhovai ataadlly
failiup. until Dr. BtrangtOf thla city, where wa btvaema
for advice, rei-onini'tided n trial id your niedleine.   Wa
blosa blakindnaaa, ia we do your nkill, br aha haa recov-
•rwl from that day.    Bha i" n.'t jrat as itfOU iw lbe used
to he, imt hi One from ttt aoagh,atid adla hvaalfwalL
Yours witli grntitnda and ronrd.
ORLANDO BHKLBY, or BUDJTmiA
Qmtumptivtt, do not despair till you have tried Am'a
Cuirkt Pectoral. It is mud.- hy onaof tho bait nodical
themiHta In the world, and Its onifa oM around na baapaat
the hij(h meriu of ita virtues.— I'hiUuldphta ludger.
Ayer's Cathartic Pills.
11HB ttknoaa of ChamtBtry and Uadldna btti
.  taied their tititn-ft toprodooa lid   I
piirK«tlve which la knows tO  nniii.    Inmitie i-' I
are bIiiiwu that thaoa PitU b»»a rlrtoao which aqriwai in
Morihrttm {ha ordinal | tnaffloinaai und tliat thaj win unprecedented iy it| i ■! ail man.  Slu ■■■
and pleiuuini to tak■■. i»ut poworfttl to oara.   Xhdrpano<
tntlaf prnptwHaa atimnlati tin rltal ai UrlUaaofthabody,
remove Mi'  obatrnel i| parity the blood|
and expel diH<'a.-i-    i . fpt  p oat the fail hiunoi
hre*vl and grow dlatempar, rtmotala rtngglA
d»rod orgaus Into their n.m uml aettontnnd Imparl health}
tone with atn'nfith to the wind.- -yntnn.    Not only do
they euro the ivory--lay complnlntN of every body, bnt
also fonuidalde nnd diuut'i mi-' AiaMai that have haflh-d  [
tbe l>eat of human skill,   while thoy prodtioa powerAll
effects, they are nt th- *:une :itm>,in diiniiii^lud ■;
eafo^t and boat phyaic that can be io^ltqrod for chOdron.
BelufEsnpnr-cnnt.d, th".v are jflaaaant to take; and !>eing
piirely vcgtdahle, are free from any risk of harm. Onn '
haTe lieen mado which sur{>aB8 belief were they not substantiated hy men of aueh exalted position RSd character
as to forbid tho anaplrlon of untruth. Many eminent
clergymen and physicians have lent tlieir names to certify to tho public the reliability of my rmWnHtfi while otb*
era havo sent mc the ansurnnro of their conviction that
my Preparations contribute immoiisely to tho relief of my
afllfcted, Buffering fellow-men.
Tho Agent below named is pleased to furnish trratls my
American Almanac, containinp directions fnr their use and
wrtiflcates of their cures, of the following complainta: —
Costiveness, Rtlloua Complaints, Rheumatism, Dmpsy,
Heartburn, Hea.laehe ArfeUlg from a fold Stomacli. Nausea. Tn dices! ion. Morbid Inaction of tho Dowels and Pain
arising therefrom. Flatulency. I/ios of Appetite, all Ulcerous and Cutaneous DtooaHO which n"]iiire an evacnant
Medicin.i. Pcrofula or King's Kvll. They al«o. by purify-
ing the blood and stimulating the system, euro many
complaints which it Wonld not be cuppoeed they conld
reach, such M DealhOea, Partial BUndAMS, Nenralpa and
Karrooi irritability. Danangomentaoftha Liver und Kid-
neys. Ooat, and Other kindred complainhi uWng from a
low state ofthe body ov obstruction of its fhttctkma.
Do not he put off by unprincipled dealers with somo
olher jdll tin y make moro pruit on. Ask for Arm's
Pillb, and take nothing t!se. No other they am giv©
you compares with this in its intrinsic value or curative
powers. The siek want the best aid there is for them,
and they should havo it.
Prepared by Dr. J. Cfc AYER,
practical and Analytical Chemist, Lowell,
*«fl« !J5 Cts. rEn Dox.   Kivk Boxes for $1.
MOORS Sc Co., Victoria,
AND ALL DRUGGISTS.
se-18
To the Smoking Public!
J   HAVE  JUST   BB-OraaU)   THE   OLD
Tobacco Store Julinaon (Street,
(Two Doors Anovi: Wad.'hngto.n Ai.i.ey,)
Recently occupicil) y Frank Campbell, whero
I will keep
THE    BEST    BR-AJSTX3S
—or—
CIGARS TOBACCO, Ac.
—ALSO—
ALL  KINDS OF  FRUIT!
Hf  olil Frici'ls nml   the  I'ulilic generally
are requested m (rive iiu* a chII.
och       •• roBTucwsac: job »
Relief  for   the   Afflicted.
TBI INTRODUCTION OF
Perry     Davi
Vegetable Pain Killer
To tho Suffering  Humanity of this Apt
has ri'lmvi'il more |iain und I'liuseil mor*
rcul joy tbau any otlier one thing that cun
be Mined.
IT   IS   AN
Invaluable   Remedy.
Our first Physicians  use it,  iiti'l   recommM
its   one;   the   Apothecary finds   il   lirst
mining the mtdlrinos called for, 1111U
the wholesale Dmgyixt considers
it a leading article of his
trade.     All the dealers
iu medicine speuk
. alike  in its favor; uinl its
reputation us a ni" licino of great
merit and virtue is fully and permanently  established,  und  it is  the great
Family MediciDc   of the Age«
Every Volunteer sliould hnve a buttle, la cast
| of sudili'u  ilttm l;s of Disease.
Taken Internally, cures
Sutlilen Golds, Coughs, ic.,
Weak Stomach,
General Debility,
Nursing Sore Month, Canker.,',
Liver Complaint,
Dyspepsia or Indigestion,
Cramp ami pain iu the Stomach,
Bowel Complaint,
Painters' Oollc,
Asiatic Cholera,
Diutliu'.i uml Dysentery.
Taken externally cures
Felons, Boils, nml Old Soree,
Severe Hums ami Scolds,
Cuts, Bruises and Sprains,
Swelling of the Joints,
Ringworm ami Tetter,
Broken Breasts,
Frosted Feet and Chilblains,
Toothache,
I'ain in the Face,
Neuralgia aud Rheumatism.
2PATTST   KZHLLER,
Taken internally, should be adulterated
wiih milk or water, and sweetened with
sugar, if desired, or made into o syrup
with molasses. For n COUGH and
Bronchitis, a few drops on Sugar, eaten
will be mote effective than anything else.
For SORB THROAT, gurgle the tliroa*
with a mixture of Pain Killer and water,
nnd the relief is immediate und cure positive.
j®- It should not be forgotten tha\
the Pnin Killer is equally as cood to
take ititernully as to use externally
Ench bottle is wrapped wilh till diiec
tious for its use.
Prices 25 cents, 50 cents k Jl per bottlo
Moore   &   Co.,
WHOLESALE  AGENTS.
VICTORIA. (Bbtmixg   t%t*\t$ttf$f.
MONDAY  KVKXIXG  NOV.   It,   IBtiti.
Jult-ruatlonal  Trouble*.
The clemency about to he rxleuded bv
thi I.'iiiiudiuii aiithoriliestothetwoFeuiuDs
who are svtiteO'Mil lo death, will alluy to
souiu i- :teut, that I'Ueimo excitement
which was rising along the Auioiicaii border. We are afraid, however, it will not
I'o-Tiewed in the light which it is desirable It should be viewed in the United
Stales;—that iheFeniansas wellasothers,
wiU fancy that iJi« clemency is rallier the
result of fetor than tho ejwntaueous offering of mercy towards erring men. Tliere
are besides still n number of prisoners to
be tried in the Canadian courts, u circumstance which wiil tend to keep up the
agitation of the Fenians iu Hie large
cities of the Republic. Coupled with
this We see a great change iu the demeanor of President Johnson toward* the
Fetiao organization. A little while ago
the English press were loud" in their
thanks for the energetic aetion taken* by
the President in the suppression of the
Fenian raids. On all sides it was admitted tliut nothing but the vigorous
steps of Ihe administration sared the
peace of the two nations. Isow, however,
we find tho administration emulating
Congress—Johnson echoing the sentiments of Colfax—and giving every description of aid and comfort to the Fenian
body. The arms which wero tikcn from
the Fenians are restored, and Sweeny is
re-appointed to military position in the
arm) of the United States. This is not
the whole of the significance of the chaugc
f 11 tactics, We find Secretary Seward at
a banquet in St. Louis emphutically declaring that the Great Republic will in a
very short time extend its sway over the
British Territory .iortb. Speaking of thc
advantageous position occupied by Missouri, Mr. Seward says:—"I see here
one Slate that is capable of assuming
that great trust of being the middle man,
tbe mediator, the common centre between
the Pacific and Atlantic—a State of vast
exteut, of unsurpassed fertility, of commercial facilities such as aro given to no
othir'Stats on the continent—a State
that grapples hold npon Mexico and
Central America ou the south, and npon
Russia and Briiish America on thc north,
•nd through which is the thoroughfare to
the golden State of tho Pacific. It is
for your interest to bind to Missouri the
young Pacific States on the continent.
Throw your grapples around them strongly while they are yet young and tender,
and.bold tbem fast to yon. Do all that
you can to develop their resources. Tuke
care to open communication for commerce
with these States. When you havo done
this, and secure the Pacific coast firmly
to yon, you will then have bound the
Pacific coast to the Atlantic coast, and
have guaranteed the existeuce of an
empire such as Alexander wished to
conquer, and tried in vain to reduce
under one common sceptre as his successor, Charlemagne, did. And it will be
the glory of Missouri to see established
firmly the empire of a Republican Govern
ment over tbe whole continent of North
America. And in saying that I do not
exclude the region which lies between us and
tkt North Pole, I dare not say where I
mould draw the line on the South."
When a statesman occupying so high a
position in the Government of tho United
States as Mr. Seward, coolly declares
that it is the intention of the Government
to push its dominion to the North Pole,
to absorb every particle of British North
America—and when be declares this nt a
time when the peace of the northern portion of the continent is meimeed by an
armed organization on United Slates'
territory, we cannot do other than conclude tbat there is some method and intention in the assertion. We have
a further proof of mischief in the desire of
Congress to alter tbe neutrality laws, so
as to allow a wider latitude to tbe restive
spirits who at present threaten the peaceful relations of Great Britain and the
United States. The danger of the proposition was quickly discerned by the English Government and the English press,
and we find by the recent pupers suggestions coming in from all sources to
ward off the peril. The London Timet
1 wbich is the especial champion of tbe
commercial interests, shows considerable
alarm. " Tbe recent proceedings,'' it says
"of the United States Congress, much
as tbey are to be regretted from the tone,
•nd object witb wbich they are introduced, point ont to us another coarse  by
which, wiihout the least surrender of
national dignity, we may a: Una u final
aud taiiataeSOtm arrangement of qupolioiib
wbich must recur aguiu and again, und
always with increasing bitterness aud increasing risk of forcing ns to exchange
what is" rapidly becoming our normal po-
siliou us neutrals for that of an unwilling
because renlly uiiinter'Sted and noeeu-
scioiiR belligerent. Congress piopums tu
repeal piany of the exisiing provisions of
the American law, avowedly for the purpose of assimilating the law of Americi
to the law of England, but really with
tbe view of multiplying thu causes
of offeoce aud trouble iu future yours.
Should we not meet Ihe threat iu
a manner at once wise aud dignified
if we were to employ the present
recess in considering, not huw we may
multiply causes of offence, but how we
mny remove thoso that already unfortunately exist ? Lot us reconsider our
municipul luw as to the Interference of
British subjects in the wars of other
nations, and see whether it may not
be possible to extend the stringency of
our law so as to prevent the recurrence of offeuce." The suggestions of
the Timet may be prudent ones, but
we must confess tliey nro rather
humiliating. Reduced to simple language
they mean that as heretofore England has
been the great belligerent country, her
reading of international law has always
been in favor of belligerents; but now
that she is inclined to be peaceful, to light
in fnct no more, the laws must be changed
to favor neulrnls. This, however, does
not suit the nitcd States, which have I) -
come a pugilistic power, with territorial
ambition. They desire to frame their
cede iu favor of belligerents ; or in olher
words to assume that position which England occupied before the non-interfering
policy entered so largely into her national
existence. Looking at the subject in all
its bearings, we fear trouble from the
present rulers of the Republic.
New Advertisements.
VICTOEIATHBATRE
3 tf rand Performances I
mBki mm, mnnM.
Nov. 12, 13,  and 14,
THE OLD ORIGINAL TROUPE
— OK—
CAMPANALOGIANS!
on
SWISS
Bell-Ringers
IX  THEIR
Chaste and
Elegant Entertainment.
Playing; 2-IP Hclla, being peven and a half
ortaves on it perfeet chromatic scale. The
only perfect set, peal, or chime of Hitnii Dells
ever Imported, and were made cxpres-ly for
ilie niuisik-ll Druthers hy Meurs k Son, W'hile-
chnpel Houil, London, England.
The Entertainment varied by Hnrp Solos,
Violin Solos, Klute Solos, Vocal Selections,
and Character Representations of Irish,
Scotch, Dutch, nnd Yankee Characters in
Song, Dance, nnd Burlesque.
MADAME JULIA BLAISDEI.L, Solo Harpist, pupil of the great Bochsa.
MR. JOHN GODLY, Solo Violinist.
MR. FRANK MOORE, Solo Flutist.
MISS CLARA, tbe clever little Ditlladist,
whose ehnract-r songs of the " Irish Boy,"
"Yankee Gal," "The Old Maid of Sixty-
Iw i," " The Dashing Zoo-zoo," and " Merry
Sailor Boy," have made hera musical favorite
wherever she bas appeared.
Prices or Admission —
Dress Circle and Parquette, $1 ; Pit, 50 cents.
Boxes, $5.
no 11
New Advertisements.
N O TICE .
MR. ZINN REQUESTS ALL PERSONS
indebted to bim to settle their accounts
before 1st December, otherwise the accounts
will he placed in the bands of a solicitor.
All persons having claims against bim will
pleHse present thera on or beforo tbat date.
Victoria, V. I Nov. io, 1866.      noll-lm   '
NOTICE.
FROM AND AFTER THIS DATE I WILL
accept
Bank Bills for Bents
Or for any other payments to be mado to me.
II.   £.  SHELVE.
Victoria, T.I., Oct. 3, 1866. no 3
To Let or For Sale.
rUK LEASE AN" FIXTURES uF Tin:
■■ I M'l.N ' ShIooii, curuer llab.ioii m.d
Langley streets*
'lh.■ i.i-ii-i.- is fur 1'IVE YEARS Irom 1st
Jul}-lust, ut tin- iiiutli-iiUe lent ot £.';" pat
intuitu.
The liuii-i- cootalni s roams nml Saloon, all
bard Stabbed, aud Deal/ papered and painted
Ibroujrboal.
'I'h" promises ere well adapted for nny Uml
of biisiur -i. .-u.i :-"lie ul 11* b'«i laoa'loMI
iu lbe citv ; in the i nir.i- uf another yaat tin-
lease "ill be or considerable Value.
The nliovo will be disposed "f ttaaaoably,
as the proprietor ia obllgld bv ill health to
re ire Irom the business. l'ur partirlllaM
apply to . T. II  McCANN.
Pi ench and Spanish,
MOOT. B. DEKPIS, fiiuiir.tTK OFTHE
Academic de Paris, Professor of Languages, has opened classes in French nml
Spanish.     Muns. Haiti  1ms hail a  (rood deal
of experience Inteaebfiig] hi* mode ofto'tioo
being easy and 'dec ive, will be found to give
satlifaetloo. Having lived in virions pirts
of Mcxii'ii, Incladlng tbe Metropolis, MasaUan,
Ac., and being more especially a professor ol
tho Spanish laiiginige, he is enabled to instruct in a rerj hurt timo persons intending
to proceed to Mexico, iu tlie Spanish Iangimge,
by which tbey will be enabled to speak it
fluent}-.
Lessons given to public schools in Greek,
Latin, (Jeneral Grammar, Literature, Rhetoric
and Philosophy.
Privnie lessous given if desired.
Address — Trounce Alley, 3d door from
Government street.
Victoria, V. I. Nov. B, lSOd. no fl
New   Advertisements.
New   Grocery  Store.
THE SUBSCRIBER HAVING RETURN-
ed from Big Bend and feeling natislicd
from personal observation that the country
is safe, respectly announces to his numerous
friends and tbe public generally that be has
taken the store situated between deal's Restaurant and Turner's Dry Goods Store on
Oovernment street, and having furnished it
with a new aod well assorted stock of
GROCERIES,
PROVISIONS,
—A.VD—
FARM PRODUCE,
Respectfully solicit! a shnro of public patronage. '
no4                                    E. F. BABBIT.
JKTOTIOjE,
MARTIN    BROS.,
IMPORTERS OF
Groceries and Provisions,
FIREPROOF BUILDING,
lately occupied by l'hotelier k co,
whahf    street.
no «
A. & W. WILSON,
House and Ship Plumbers
CASFITTERS,
BELLH4NGERS & TINSMITHS
FOItT  STIIEET.
411 order* promptly attended fo
no 2
Alhambra
BILLIARD SALOON.
ronitEK um:injn:\T and yati-s srs.
UP-STAIRS.
Entrance on Yates Street.
no H-lm
2STOTIOJE.
THE ROYAL HOTEL,
Wharf   Htreet,
HAS REDUCED ITS PRICES TO MEET
the times, and clean comfortable beds
can be obtained for 23 cents per night or $1 60
per week.    Board $1 per day.
S. HILL,  Proprietress.
N. B —The Hotel is fire-proof. no I
NEW    WESTMINSTER
GAME   DEPOT,
YATES   ST.,
Next door to the corner of Government,
opposite Zelner's Drug Store.
THE SUBSCRIBER HAVING MADE AR-
rnngements to receive from different
parties the produce of the Island and country
will be prepared to lurnish
Game,
Fish,
Frnita,
Poultry,
Eggs   and    Vegetables,
Each and all in  their season, at ths lowest
prices.
JAMES   AI.LE\.
nol lm
PJtINCE OF WALES
FROM   LONDON.
THE
IIUDSONBaVCO.
OFFKIl FOR 8ALK
The  Cargo
OF TUB ABOVE SHIP
Dry Goods, Clothing", &c.
B-gS—(Innny and Dundee, carpet nnd black
IcHlhcr
Baiz'—Blue, preen, scarlet and red
Blanket"*— White and colored, 2J, 11, IIJ and
4 point*
CarpetS--J Onmlojr k Son's Brussels, tjpes-
Irv, Dutch and twilled hemp
Cambric—I Turkey red and linen glass c'ob
Cloth-—^uprrlimi blue, bliick, seiirlcl, black
and brown beaver, superfine black and
finny doeskin, gala plaid aad wool Sai-
ony
Cotton —2U and 3d inches (trey, Horrm-ke's
liii'.irhed long cloth aaiorttsi, 9-rl, 0-4 and
7-8 fancy printed, 7-8 navy blue, rrgalta,
glaz 'I lining ami furniture chintz
Di9per---8-l blenched tible and nursery
Dungaree—4-4 blue
Hessian—12 in tow anil 27 in Osnnburjf
Hattrasses—Single and double hair
flapkiin,    :.-1 and 8-4 linen table
Sheeting1—72 and   »0 in criiyilun  and linen,
45 iu Russia and 27 in duck
StroililN—White, blue, scarlet and green
TowelS-While uud brown Turkish, bleached huckabiick
Threads—-Colored, black, white and Brooks'
red
Tlfklnu-"-13-l(i cot'.on, black and while wad-
ilinK
llrald—lllnck and colored mobalr
I'loililiitr--\n   nssortinent  of Ladies', Children's and Infants' ii'-der
(aulncl—Black and fancy
Cloths—White damask, assorted sizes
Covers—Colored woollen damack and printed
4'<»r-€'f.—-l..i.lii-_-' assorted
llnmnsk—fuliiri'il, assorted  and trimmings
flouncing—Cambric Ladies' head dresses
Feathers— Black aud colored  ostrich, black
fox tail and scarlet military
Flannel—Hnltic, chintz,   Welsh,  white and
colored Snxony
Gingham—Derry and fancy Scotch
Gloves—Ladies', Men's nnd Children's cloth;
colored nnd white kid
Hals—Ladies' and Girls' fashionable trimmed
straw
Hosiery—Ladies' and Girls', a  large assortment
Hoods do do       opera
Mantles—do cloth and postillion jackets
Handkerchiefs—Bandanna,   co,an  and black
silk, 7-8 nnd 6-8 white cnmbrlc
Hassocks—Brussels, tapestry and velvet
Hollands—4-4 brown, bull' mantle and win-
, ' i
dovv
Linen—4-4 Irish
Merino—Black and colored French and delaine
Nets—Lnilies' hair, assorted color and black
velvet ribbon
HI'! I.T -Wlui,- nml colored !■■ »1
SlI.iWJ,-'—t'ftl.li^, woollrli tsiUn, i*llepher,l'« plaid,
inn] black t'allinure
SKIRTS—Ijullen' Balmoral
iKIMMIMIH—Lallel' ilrc.l iMurtnl, black anil white
HMllr
WINC..Y—4-4 Aberdeen
UI.I.IS—Mi-ii'.-i li.nck leather, scarlet and eobrnd wonted
UUACe*—MelTS India rubber and while cotlun
Cu I'.—Me.-.'H blue and lilurk fotaile, niilUiiry and navy
I'tMI'llIU Kit.-'—.Men*« heavy neurit I and colored woollen
COAIf—Jlen'n Jt-lton, Iweed, don and blank tints,
bine pilot  Witney ami biown btuver over
CI.UAKH — Ucii'h Inncy il'.e, blue an I brown beaver
Highland
CIUWI'.S—MenMilaek and fancy allk, and ailk icarfa
coi.I,a s—Men's snanellfd paper and linen
ilil\\f Kit-— uen'hbl -ached nw.iii.down, acariet flannel,
it hi e h-.'i l'*-, eoloruil and white l.unOnwool
II I'I'.*— N nn'. and bojl'oolwfd and black lell
HOSIKKY— aleii'aand boy»', a laiy,- aaortment
jaiKBis— iieii'n blue pilot and seamen'* monkey
.Sill K'lfj— Meli'aiuid boye' blue, urey and acrlel aer^e,
M.-llon, while lii.on, regatta m.d ltrlpe-1 coil-n,
liiin-y Ualt.c with and without collar., white and
Rrey lainbanonl, acariet and whlto flannel and
merino nmlcr
8' ri'S-Mi-n'a and hois' heavy fane, doe and iweod
lit■.UisKKS— Men'« laocy tm-i-il and  doe,   blue pilel,
i  ,.i I drill. Ilcdlord cord, dr.ib ami wbl'e molo-
aklu and cativ.iaii overall., ban* lauoy Iweed and
doe
VlStS—Ifon'l illlierflne black and blue clotli, and
hue} doe
I10I1T.-—Man's Hhicher, ealr Welllijlon, waler'iflu »ea
and ela-llc able ; Ladie.' calf, flora aim <.a» d kid
ein»llc aide Jl K; Unl'i cair, iilove aud gliiiea kid
tln.lic side ,M K
Provisions and Oilmans
stores.
Alli:<HrROOT—In tint
Al.MOWDS—Jiinlan find nnfl |»ti
BAB'.hY— Kobirmoo't  jiaipiit fn   11b.  Hot,   but kilt)
(lri*d pe.-trt
(!i!iim sJtq—pattm in Ifib. (im
CANDLki  "yrfce'it |>art'nt Kcimodt uperm
(Ji 'FfEK tmet EnK'iflbcborolftte
(-'HBKtiE—Cboibireaud EunllBb loaf
CHICUKT—In titirt
(Jlli)ATS—iHii>iniftn*B patcnl lib tin*
HAM—U.»t EiitfH-b ,     ,
JAjfcj AND   JELLIES—Votckraan'*  in  jars and tins,
And branga marmalaue
OI[^-Beil Florence in ft ink*,
n.-vi Mi .\ I,--In tuts nnd tlaHkd
PEAH—.Split in »tt.ska
PEKL—Candied citron, lemon and orange
PKPPKk— Black fn oolca, ground black and c»reiitia
PICKLtB—Orosie * Black*-eU'itpti and qta
KAISIah— Muscatel nn>l biooin
t:|i:i-- I'ittti,t aud bold clean
SALT— Fiuo hnsket aud reHned taltpctrt
SAUCES—Lea & Porrlu's Wore 'iter and amort-il
SPICES—Cloven, Cinnamon, Ginger,  Mace and  Nut-
un
SUGAtt—Lemon, barley,  English cruihed and loaf
■ A'.ii-licm  pearl
TAPiOC A
I HA—Bent Congou and Yonnr Hjion
VlNEtJAR— bordeaux, ivbiie wine and malt
Liquors- &c.
ALE—Basil Pale, quarts. In canes of 4 nnd fi doz
Do pin'*       do 0 aud 8 doi
Do in hogs beads
Allsapp'i Tale do
BRANDY—United Vineyard dark and pale, in hhds and
qr cask*
Henne-iy't Pale, in bhdn and qr easka
lm do      in oases
Kartell do d>
Do di       in hlids and qr casks
GIN'—Hollands and Genera, fo hhds
twiiue Bourd's Old lorn, iu qr casks and eniea
New Advertisement*
PORJI.R—BrI4fM * 8. n's, qoari*. in MVi of 4 doi
It.  ti.  B>oai. quart-, iu tttmtjtaf i ana 0 4«a
■nil   .        °1 ,tl"-' dM        • aodldva
Hf \f—Tn "in chfint
W MHKKY- IrMi*nlSofr»-,in«|r e..ks
WIM—HupwiorpslmtktTtt, in butu.ur  mkiAcaa*
yrdwnry Oo da du da
Ol I Pun, in p<[Mf»( tir rinks and c«s,s
Ui dinar/       do do
Hardware.
*PI>KI!<>—Oilpln'a |«l.nt   aerew
*NHI.--Bl..k.ini.l,.1
CAIW-Kley'. Iiwal-lmed |«-rc i„|,n   w, „.prM# _||.
■ tar, and nn-tal Hu d |-i.iol
CHAINS—Ik n«r Irap, ai.d anamallad  iron .an »4
a.ii.-.-r. ^ **m
HUH-S|-«-ar * Jackaou'a, a larn aoeilmenl
i.  A.—1-.-ilalio<»nj and    rial rrain. looking
kl.ITI.lf—lomed til. and  wroufht Iron lea
KVIVKS-C. S. Butcher, iff and II Inch aealDlar   ia.
poekei   li-iire hnn.il.. i.,i,ie and d...cri
KKlVn  AMI  rottt.1   lm, k.ndle  carelof,  ..Ll.
I.E.I— Hot .lieet, milleil ami pig .
N'AIIJi—1'ouuteri.unk lior.e  aboe, and   aaadrtad   Wood
■ml ^^
PARS—ll-imi'l «n,I oval lin, enainelle.l .aura
I'l.ATES—Ui.t tbatami tin, I C Kiln ,„i h,jo
antrn    ,,   ."'   ,      ''''        ' * ",lu ""I »»*•
..'""' *l"'"» "' laconauil aiiuaro, aaa.rt.il sis—
.SH'iK*—  oriu. anl Mule
<iW*-*m» A Jackaou'a pit,   croi.   cut, hand aad
par.i'l
SPKl.Tllt-Entllali  lira.,   (or   bialil.rl and   tlnmaa'i
.ilili-r
Tdll .1 -lliiinun'a, ia „t.
Sundries;
BI'TT"N!< -Mo )iearl nont, ja.-k-t, veil nml lliirt
llili(AX-U".t reHno.1
CBAIJC—Oo   li.inp, wliito and nanerled clay plpea -
imHAMl*." -Hi cut   «Ijh., tumbler, and  »lne rlaaiea-
i.UM'.iWIlKK—Ouril.  * ll ,rve;a, l lVoii>  s, wfik,"
IlillMllM',   .["-ll-IIC   Hi I   ;l||,-
I.EAIi—Ileal  arii.li.il red nnd   lampblack
I.K,lTHi:i(-Klim Flench call .Lin
OIL— Rowland'. M icana.r, boiled, ran- llnifad Irotl.r
toltl and '...li; lIi '
l"l\T— ileal uround, whir, and aa.orted colora
I'l'in-lllnmcr.
.-Tt ItCIl—lileiHeld palent aud I'olaud
SODV-Wa.h'nit
HOAI'— lle.l difliik »"lle» aud mottled
'InllAt.'i il— ln>li roll and leal
Naval Stores.
Ml in K-'    I'olent Willi bra.a alioarai
IH'M IMI   -ll. .I. u'blle aud blue
I'A.NVA:—.\l-orled niiuibera
OlT OS   WA«TK-Kn.ljn», oakum, *«
I.ANTFKNH—- hip a lorulatlou il.ual
MKTAI— Yellow It toll ni
•I ill    -io.-lili.loi anil p leh
V.lltMMI —ll, i^lil.iid black „. j
THE PARK HOTEL
'I'HIH WBtL KNOWN AVD BEAIJTI-
X fully silimtcd Boifl ii now lilted up in
the must limiriiim style for boitrderi and
lod(ait. l'rivato roonig can be hud for
partlMi
Adeline   Patta
Tlio nciomplished Piiinidt nnd Voeallit «r»
rived by the la-t stenmcr mnl will give singing'
enieriniiiiiieiits iu aerornl languors.
Kmry di'sci-ipti'in ul iiiiiiisenient, including
music, is provided lor die gueals.
Ladle! und gentlemen cun find in tlie Park
Hotel it comforliible nnd luxurious home.
The best of wine» und liquors kept on hand.
I.iLilics can have free use of a phaeton for
town drive.
lloiirding by the week nt low pricoi to tuit
the times. na S
For Sale Ex Camden,
Hoilctlcr, Backer, und Ingontnra Mien,
Oregon filler In bbls. and eatei,
Claret In ta»ka, half-funks and eaaea,
Saulerne and tnlifonila While Wlue,
French tleobol 90 O.P.,
Eug. fllqaot, tiiiiiidi and Bollenger Cham-
pagne,
And In Store an  anortnirnt or Brandy
and Mquum enltable for the Itadc.   .
t&* Depot of Havana Cigars.
um;
EUQEiNB THOMAS,
Yates street.
ALICE   BROWN'S
FANCY   TWIST
SMOKING TOBACCO
JUST KBCEIVED AT
A.   F.   KEYSER'S,
fogetlior witb somo line
HAVANA CIGARS DIRECT.
Also on liiiinl
Wine Sap. Poach, Apricot, Mary's Own,
Light P/ essed, Natural Leaf, Buffalo
Tongue, and Atlantio Cable
Tobacco-
J0ST RECEIVED  PER BARK RIVAL
A Fine Assortment of
Meerschaum   Pipes.
Call and examine.
bo 5-lm   I
Yorkshire   Bacon!
Ex Royal Tar,
For sale by
FELL & CO.,
oc26 Yates street.
Mrs.   Hein
KEEPS   CONSTANTLY ON HAND  THK
latest fashions in
 AT	
Prices to Suit the Times,
GOVERNMENT    STREEr
Between Fort and Broughton. no 5 MONDAY   EVENING  NOV.  l*]~VStH~
lllrtli.
On  Friday,  Nor.  8th,  the wife of Ilr. P.
Welch, Bridge Tavern, of a daughter.
i
MoaDia.—This morning about hnlf.past i;
tbe body of Charley, a Niltinat Indian, was
found neir Store street, just beyond tamtam.
Green 4 Rhodes warehouse, with the bead
almost severed from the body. Tbe cut appeared to bave beeu made witb a knife, and
had evidently been deliberately done, as tbe
neck was severed nearly through, the head
being attached to tbe body by only a piece of
skin. The pockets of the corpse were turned
Inside out. The jury returned a verdict of
wilful murder against some person or persons
anknown.
Grind Natcual Puknohckox.—According
to Professor Newton, of Yalo College, Massachusetts, a prodigious flight of meteors, the
most imposing of its kind, probably, that
will make its tppearanea this century, may
be expected on the morning of the 13th or
Mth—to-niorroiv or Wednesday. A similar
•bower occurred in 1833, when it was computed that 240,000 meteors appeared at ore
time, and the whole heavens were lit up with
a magnificent and imposing display of celestial
fireworks. Only thirteen of theso showers
have occurred during the last thousand years
ExpKDiTtous.—The bnrk Delaware, dipt.
8hillaber, wilh 384 Ions of coal from Nanaimo, passed Deacon Hill yesterday afternoon, at four o'clock with a fair wind, bound
for fan Francisco. The Delaware was towed
up from Esquimalt on Tuesduy last, und
finished loading and hauled out from the
wharf in 46 hours. The round trip from
Esquimalt to Nanaimo was  made in !ij days.
Thi Bars Evelyn Wood, which came
down from the north la«t Thursday was
placed alongside the wharf in Esquimalt Ibis
morning by Pilot Gnrduer, where she will discharge her telegraph wire and cable for
storage. Nothinir can be done with her cargo
till the arrival of the Egmont, which had put
into the Mauritius In distress with tbe rest of
the cable on board.
Indian Row.—A row occurred on the
Indian Reserve yesterday, and on thc police
Interfering to quell the disturbance a Strkin
six-ash attempted to slab Sergeant Ferrall.
who, however, knocked the knife out of his
hand. The fe'lew tried to draw anotherwlicn
Inspector Welsh i-ollnred him nnd he was
taken to prison. This morning lie wns fined
$2.1, which he paid.
Thr But Rinoers—Everybody sliould go
nnd hear thc Swiss Hell Ringers in the
theatre to-night. " Music bath charms to
soothe the savage breast," and its powers
may be of like,avail tojtootbe the minds har-
rassed by the enres and toils of business "up
here."
Attrmptid Burolary.—Some prowling
ruffian attempted last night to force the front
door of a house on Government street, but on
the occupant rushing out theecamp ran off.
A warm receptiou is prepared for bim should
he repeat bis visit.
Death of a VicToitinn—A private letter
received hero states that Mr. G. E. Denncs,
formerly of Vtctoria, died while on his way
from San Francisco to England. A rumor of
his death reached us two mails ago, but
lacked corroboration.
Non Coupon — James Prilchard, a hand on
the sicamtug Isalel, wns lodged in prison
last night for safe keeping, being out of his
senses, apparently from nn attack of " D. T."
He was discharged this morning all right.
Not Down.—Mr. Laumeister did not arrive
down on Saturday as was stated. He is not
looked for before Christmas. Mrs. Thos.
Bale, Miss Locwin, and Miss Allard came
down by the Enterprise,
Sailing or Stkamrrs.—The Enterprise will
go up to New Westminster to-morrow nt nine
o'clock The Sir James Douglas will not go
to Nanaimo nt the usual hour to-morrow, not
having returned from the Frnzer.
, Distinouishrd A uiu vai.i.- A fleet ol 34
canoes filled with West Coast Indians nrrived
this afternoon, to pay their respects to the
ncw"Tyhee." They encamped at the head
of James Bay.
Tai Grbat Ogham Race.—We publish in
nnothor column nn interesting acconitt of the
great annual race of tea ships from China to
London.
Thr Spnday School Annivrrsart in connection with the Wesleyan Methodist Church
takes place to-night, at half-past seven o'clock,
and promises to bo a very interesting affair.
Elocution Class.—This class will meet
this evening at 8 o'clock, when several members of the Committee will give readings and
recitations.
Fob Portland—The steamer Fideliter will
•ail for Portland on Thursday at 9 a.m.
Wild   Rosss   were in   bloom on Beacon
Hill yesterday.
Fob London.—The   ship   Prince   ot Wales
will sail about the 20th inst. for London.
TELEGRAPHIC.j
Enalern.
Nkw Yohk, Nov. 9—The Ilritish Gov-1
eminent lias renewed   its proposition fur
I mixed commission to arbitrule the Alabama claims.
Gen. Sherman arrived here last  night
and the frigate Susquehanna lies anchored off ihe Battery iiwaitiiig the departure
o! our dialiiiguished envoys.
Mexico.
A correspondent who left Cie city of
Mexico ou the 'Z2A ull., nnd Vent Cruz
on the 26th, says llint (imi. Caatelueuu
arrived ut the capital on Sunday night ;
everybody was excited there, and all were
awaiting developments wilh all .sorts of
rumors as to what the new policy will lie.
The whole country is infested with guerrillas, professedly Liheruls, but really
bandits, who are using these unsettled
times lor personal plunder.
Europe.
London, Nov. 8—I he drafts of Dent
k Co. of China, liuve been refused nccept-
aii.'e.    Their engagements nre licuvy.
The cuse of the rebel steamers, seized
st Liverpool, wliicli was brought before
the Admiralty Court, litis been nllnweil
to stund over, uud it is believed will be
properly udjusted
Venice, Nov. 8—The King of Italy
entered Venice witn great pomp yesler-
duy.
1'ahis, Nov 8—Transports are ready
lo bring the French   troop* from Mexico.
The Greut Mnp  Ituce From
CUInu-
Thb Active curried down about 120 passengers yesterday.
Fbbnch Millinrry—The millinery department at London House is now under tho management of a lady wbo arrived by last steamer from Paris.-J. H. Tpa.vBit k Co.        *
The truly marvellous race between the
fleet of China clipper sliip«, from Koo-
cliiiw-1'iio, for the premiums offered by the
Lo nloii broken for the iir*t season's tens,
uml iheir almost neck -mid-neck Btrnggli
during the whole voynge of upwards ol
16,000 milis, is an event SZCllillg a vhkI
mn Hint of interest in ullDOSI every in-iri-
liuii' port, both ul home and abroad I
appears there were nine sbi|m engaged in
the contest, and not live u> previously imported. The struggle wus between the
Fiery Cross, Ariel, Taeping, and Scion.
The Fiery Cross obtained a start of oae
d'ty over the others. The Serial, Ariel,
uud Taeping crossed the bur of Foochow-
loo in company together, -ioiIi Alay. Tlie
Tuitliog started (lie following duy. As
far ns we Imve been enabled lo ascertain,
(he ships piii-ind the lighthouse ut Anjer,
Slruits of Suiida, us follows: Fiery Cross,
at noon on the 18th of June ; Ariel, ou
tlie morning of lbe UOili ot June ; Taeping, on the iificriioon of ihe 20th of
June ; Seiicn, at 6 p. tn. on the 2'iii of
June ; Tullllug, lit 10 p. in. on the 22d
jf June ; Black Prince, on the 'J9ih of
June. At ibis time the Fiery Cross wus
evidently holding tlie lead, while ilie Tail-
sing, wliicli left Foo chow-loo on the day
ufter the others, hud cuughl up with the
Serica, the Fiery Cross lauding both by
two duys. From Anjer they carried good
trade winds to the meridian of .Madagascar. The Fiery Cross passed Mauritius
on the 30th June, the Ariel on the 2d of
July. The Cape of Ucod Hope wus
sighted by tho Fiery Cross ou the loth of
July at ten p. m. The Ariel rouuded the
Cape next day. Wind, 3. E. to K. and
N. fi. Serica rouuded the Cape oo the
22d. The Equator wus passed —Fiery
Cross, six p. m. of the 4tb of August,
Ariel on the 5th, and Serica on the 19th.
On tho - 9th of October, in lat. 13 20 N.
the Fiery Cross signulled the Taeping,
and coiiiiinii-il in company till the 17th,
with wind variable und light. In lat. 27
!}'i, Ion. 36 54 W. ii fresh breeze sprang
up, and took the Taeping out of sight
from the Fiery Cross iu four or five hours.
The Fiery Cross was becalmed, and was
not making ono knot per hour for 24
hours. This circumstance is aliened to
have lost her the race. On the 29th she
reached lat. 41 fi N. Ion. Uo 51 W., and
ut ten a. in. ou the 6th of September she
sighted the Isle of Wight, it bearing N.
N W. with a wiud W. S. W. blowing
hard.
The Ariel and Taeping, which had lost
sight of each otlier for seventy days,
found themselves on the 5 th off the Lizard, running neck and ucck np the Channel under every stitch of canvass thut
could be set, with a strong westerly wind.
During the whole day the two ships kept
their position, dashing np tho Channel
side by side in splendid style, sometimes
almost on their beam ends, every sea
sweeping tlieir decks. On approaching
the pilot station off Dungeness, the next
morning, they each fired blue lights to
signalize their position. At daylight the
pilots boarded them at the same moment,
und the race wns continued in the same
exciting manner till they arrived in the
Downs, where tbey both look steamtugs
to tow them to the river. The ships bad
to shorten sail to enable the tugs coming
up and picking up the hawsers lo take
tbem in tow. This was about 8 o'clock
a.m., the tugs starting almost simultaneously, and both ships neck and ne k.
The Taeping, however, was fortunate
enough to have a superiority iu the power
of steamtugs, and reached Gravesciid
some time before the Ariel. The Series
followed closely upon tbem. She passed
Deal at noon, and got into the river with
tbe same tide which carried the Taeping
and Ariel up the river to the docks, when
the resnit of this extraordinary nice wns
declared to be as follows :
Taeping, docked London Docks, 0:45 p.m...l
Ariel, docked East India Dock, 10:15 [.m...2
Serica, docked West India Docks, 11:30 p. m,.3
The Taeping, therefore, wns the wiiner
of the premium, about j£.i00, the bills of
lading of eath ship setting forth that
10s. per ton extra was to be paid to the
first sailing vessel in dock with new tens
from Foochow-foo. The Fiery Cross
urrived in the Downs on the 7ih,und wits
compelled to bring up to anchor on account of a heavy gale blowing, when she
remained some time. She, however,
managed to get intu the London Dock on
the 8th, some twenty-eight hours nfier
thu Tuepirig. The fifth ship, Tuilsing,
arrived in the river on the llth.
During the pust few days the excitement occasioned by tbe probability of the
arrival of thc first ship in tbis great
annual oceun race from China was unpre-
cedenled. The friends of each vessel have
been supporting their favorite by betting
considerable sums. During no previous
year has so much interest been centred iu
the result of this nice, and from the fact
of so many Clyde-built ships being en-
guged in the competition. Scotchmen,
generally, have largely partaken in the
speculitiiou, which bus existed at almost
every maritime port both in Britain and
China. It will be remembered thut lust
year the ships Fiery Cross and Serica
left Foo.cbow-Foo for Loudon together,
op the 98th of Muy, both having been
towed to sea by the same tug, and that
bntli vessels arrived off the Isle of Wight
.-iiiHiliiineiiiisly, on the lUth ol September,
.ifter a passage of 106 (Jays. Uy a stroke
of good fortune, however, the tug sent out
by tiie owners of the Fiery Cro.-s, sighted
her, took her iu tow, aud arrived in
London one tide before her rival, ihe
Serica, the latter having failed to sight
the lug on thc lookout for her. Singular
lo observe, the Taeping, Ariel and Serica,
weie ull built by Messrs. Steele k Co.,
Oreenoek. The Tucpiiig und Ariel were
eo istiucted on Ihe composite principle, of
wood and iron. The Serica is iron-built.
The cargoes of the ships were : Taeping,
1,101, 709 pounds of lea; Ariel, 1,280,-
!)>iU pi un s ol l' a ; Serica, 95 1,286 pounds
ol leu ; F.ery Uroil, 854,336 pounds of
leu ; mnl ihe Tuilsing, 1,003,180 pounds
nf lea. The time occupied on itic voyage
by the three ships has been 99 duys, being
seven duys shorter than the time occnpiid
by the Fiery Cross und Sencu lust year.
The Ariel, which was it new ship, was the
lirst favorite among the shippers iu Cbiiiti.
TrilPiokiks China Mail Steamer.—
At tho new wharf of the Pacific Mail
Steamship Company the steamship Colorado is undergoing very extensive altera-
tions, lo fit hor for tlie China Mail service,
she being the pioneer steumer of ihe line,
to start on the 1st of January next. She
bus had her outer line of state-rooms
taken Irom the main deck and the guards
thut lately overhung the water bouic ten
or twelve feet, are reduced to from three
to two feet, us i l tapers from aft ofthe
wheel-houses lo the stern, only enough
room being left for the necessary chocks
and belaying bills and access to the same.
Tne guards forward of the wheel houses
Imve been reduced to the same proportions, nud all round the ship fore and lift
short heavy timber knees ure being placed
to strengthen the gunrds nud deck frame
from the rough sens which prevail iu
stormy weather in the vicinity of Japan
und China. Another change in Ihe appearance of the Colorado is her rig, she
now having tbree masts In place of two.
These masts will be ship rigged, carrying
ns high ns topgallant sails on her mizzeu-
iiinst, nnd the whole spreading an amount
of canvas which may be a means of safety
in ease of accident to her machinery, and
wilh favorable winds greatly increase her
speed, at the same time saving cost.—
bulletin.
Politeness.—'I was never ou intimate
terras with the prisoner, ' said a burglar
who was used ns Queeu's evidence against
a comrade.'He was no gentleman. I've
known him, when ho was robbing a house,
to drink a gentleman's champagne and go
off with his silver without leaving hisenrd
of thanks on the dining room table. He
brought discredit on the profession.'
In the gardcu of a certain nobleman's
country house there happened to bo fixed
up at different spots painted boards, with
this request-'Please not to pick the flowers
without leave!' Some wag got a paint
brush and added au  S to   the lust   word.
The publishers of Punch paid John
Leech over forty thousand pounds dnring
the twenty-three years for which he was
connected  with   that   periodical.
Mr. Zinn begs to announce to the innahtt-
ants ol victoria that be hits Intely received a
large assortment of Children's Carriages and
ilhuirs, Fishing Baskets and Fishing Canes,
tnd ft large quantity of Market and 'Imve ling
llnskets, China Vases, Fnnry Goods and Toys,
nil of which have to be sold on or before
February next at greatly reduced prices
Goods sold at wholesale for cost prices.     *
Holloway's PIU&—Mut-bon unci Bowel Ccinplalnti-
— Th -se uutoales are ever present, nt.d if left unst
ended  f.qienciy   terminate fttallj*   lt  ahoulil  be
t-veiiwh ie knotan that I'ntli cholera anil dinirlioet lie-
i-e-id "' the pieaen-i-of mime undigested substance in
Ihe Blum cli or bowels, or some dt-leteriom ma'tor in
tne Wood, and that Holloway's Hill can expel cither
wiih e-iic and expedi.ion. They coiicenttato inasur
prising degree purifying, alternative, regulating aud
>lrengtbciiing (.utilities and tlm. exert over every iu-
tornnl orjian the wholesomely controlling influ«n:e in
necessary n.r subduing excessive aclioa in Ihe human
fr,,ire. Hnllowjy'a moilicine may be advantageously
nkeu bb a means rke.ping the bl.iod pure and the
body eool—the only   practicable   plan   of   m illiLuiull'S
health iu youth, manhood, and old ace.
A New and iibami r.poca m Mkoicink!—
Dr. Muriel is -be tuuudi. ot a new Ifadtad
system. Tbe quanlitariaus, wboie vast internal dosen enfeeble the stomach and paralyse
the bowels, must give precedence to tbe una
who restores health aod appetite, witb from
one to two of bis extraordinary Pills, and
cures the most virulent sores witb a box or so
ot his wonderful aod all healing Salve. These
two great specifics of the Doctors are fast superseding ail the stereoiyped nostrums of the
day. Extraordinary curei by Maggiel's Hills
•nd Salve heve opened the eyes of tbe public
to tbe inefficiency of ibt (ao called) remedies
of others, and upun which people have so long
blindly depended. Maggiel's Pills are no ol
ibe class tbat are swallowed by Ihe delicti, and
of whiih every box full taken creates an absolute necessity for another Ont or two of
Maggiel s Pills suffices to place lbe howeli in
perfect order, lone the stomach, create au ap*
petite, and render the spirits light and buoyant 1 There is no griping, and no reaction in
tbe form nf consiipatiou. If the liver is affected, its fund ions are restored; and it the
nervous system is feeble, il is invigorated.
Tbis last quality makes the medicines very
deiirable Inr the wants of delicate females.
Ulcerous and erapilve diseases are literally
extinguished by ti.e disinfectant power of
Maggiel's Sitlve. In fact, it ia here announced
tbat Magfflel'H HI lorn,, Dyxpepllc
and 111:111 li - :< 1*1 Is cure where all
others tail. Wliile for Bums, Scald?, Chil
blains, Cuts nnd all abrasions of the skin
Miigglel'N aisslvr is Infallible. Sold by
.1. MaOOIU. 11 Pine »trce', Now York, aud all
Druggists, at 'its els per box.
RshovaL.—Messrs. Solomon Bros, bave removed to the two-story brick building on
Government street, opposite the St. Nicholas
Hotel. Tliey have received, ex ship Mohawk,
from London, a fine assortment of men's
elotbfng and underclothing, which Ihey will
sell lower than any house in town. Give them
a call. *
Notick.—Mra.Dighy Palmer begs to Inform
her pupils and the public tbat she intends
holding ber Dancing Class twice a week,
Wednesday and .Saturiliiy evenings, from 8 to
11 o'clock, commencing on the 1st November
next, at the .Siug-Verein Hall, Exchange
Buildings, Oovernment street. *
AWARDBt'l Gloves—Messrs. J. H. 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 sole agents in Vancouver Island
and British Columbia. *
New Advertisements.
ST, GE03GI HOTEL.
The undersigned  respectfully informs  bis
friends,  the   citizens   of   Victoria,
British Columbia, and Washington Territory, that he 1ms
leased  the above
SPACIOUS   FJRE-PBOOF
FAMILY   HOTEL.
The accommodations are superior to
any I" 'own, all the rooms having been
thoroughly renovated. The domestic nr
rungftni'iits will be under the immi.'dinti'
supervision of M HS. HOLDEN*. Every
department of this Hotel will be conducted in BrstwcUsS s'yle, while the
charges will be extremely moderate.
no 11 E. C. HOLDEN.
Union is accomplished and
Producers Protected.
The country only can  be saved  by
Patronizing
CAMERON'S ISLAND PRODUCE
No.  18   Fort   Btreet,   opposite   Mrs.   Heil'l
Boarding-house.
SIN'CE WK ARK TO HAVE A TARIFF,
_ Island I'roduce will be in demand and to
supply the increase of orders it hns been
necessnry to make arrangements with severnl
BlOta hunters nnd fieheruien ; nlso Producers
will nlwnys be able to find a market for tbeir
vegetables and other produce, at reasonable
rates j whilst consumers can have their demands supplied freo of duty. The market
will hencelorth be supplied with the fine3t
Venison, Fish nnd Game of every description.
Clams and- Oysters from the newly discovered beds at Chemainus.
Since preparing the above we learn that a
special Telegram has arrived from the Home
Government stating that Chinamen pedlars
are to be taxed $30 per head, per month, and
knowing it to be a tatal sWock to them, the
"Original" will go in mourning for the space
of one month, in respect to their memory.
ON
Y PAKLE  CHINOOK.
no 7
OLYMPIA OYSTERS
IN   EVERY  STYLE AT
A.   W.   PIPER'S,
AND THE
Best Welsh Rarebits
ON    THE    ISLAUD.
oc ],.
LTJMBEB
A   LARUE   ASSORTMENT   OF   ROUGH
and dressed for sale cheap,
J. ROBERTSON STEWART.
Vietoria, V. I„ 20th August, 1866. oc 22
Salt   Water   Baths
FOR LADIES   AND   GENTLEMEN
Mny bc bad at tbe
James  Bay   Bath   H)ti<#,
i Adjoining tbe Jirnn   liaj  Hridge,)  from   I
..III    [ill  'J l,. 111.,
Showfrf, kot. Cod, Tepid. Vapor, and
Sulphur Satlu-
Tirhi : A litiirle bnt. fifr Mala j tbree
bnlhe for on? dollnr, including lbe me ot .o.p
nnd toweli, logeibtr witb tvttj  convenience.
The wtter is convcyd b,t mean) of •
powerful force puiup Irom n pipe which run*
into d»-ep watrr, und is ao ndnplrH ns to en-
«ure freedom from n'l iroimritiej Tbe eil*
tern is filled re-ulnrlt at hietj tide.
I.allies nnd Gentlemen wl»o patronise thin
establishment lime all ilie benefit ihnt seabathing cun nffcrl wilh the comfort and
privacy of Iheir own bouse?. No fear need
be entertained of taking cold, which will
sometimes occur by the line olfresb water.
Keiiig determined to make this a clean, well
regulated and health prouio'ing In.Million,
tbe I'roprie'or confidently nsks the puiroiHgu
ofthe Ladies nnd Gentlera-n of tbe Ciiy.
Sen wnter contninj Chloride of Sodium,
Chloride of Potassium,Chloride of Magnesium,
Sulphate of Mugue.-in, Sulphate of Lime and
Carbonate ol Lime.
Many residents of Victoria and parties from
Puget Sound suff-ring from rheumatism, skin
diseases, kc, have received greut benefit from
tbe use of these Sulphur baths. oc31
SOMETHING  NEW
UNDER   THB   SUN.
A' NEW ERA IN MEDICINE!
flS§y Let tbe sufferiug nud diseased read
the following.
Jjjf" Let all who hnve been eiven up hy
doctors, mid spoken of us incurable, rend tbs
following.
gay* Let all who can believe facts nnd can
hnve faith in evidence, rend tbe following :
Know all men by these presents. Thnt on this,
the Twentieth day of June, in the year of our
Lord, One Thousand Eight Hundred and
Sixty-Six, personally came Joseph llaydock
to tne, known as such, nnd being duly sworn
deposed ns follows: That he is the sole
general nzent for the Unitid Stales and dependencies thereof for preparations or medicines known ns Maggiel's i'ills and Salve,
nnd that the following certificate! are verbatim copies to best of bis knowledge and
belief.
^-, JAMES SMICITRE,
f T  o  > Xotnrv Public,
(. L's' / Wall street, '.New Vork.
June 1st, 1886.
Dr, AIagoirl —I lake my pen to write you
of my great relief nnd that tbe awful pain in
my side has left ine at Inst—thanks to your
medicine. Oh, Doctor, how iluukful 1 am
tbat I can get some sleep. I can neverwrite
it enough. I thank you again and again, and
nm sure that ynu arc realiy the friend of alt
sufferers. I could not help writing to you,
and hope you will not tnke it aini6S.
JAMEi MVERS, 116 Avenue D.
This is to certify that I wns discharged from
the nrmy wi'h Chronic Dinrrhira, and havo
been cured by Dr. Maggiel's Pills.
WILSON HARVEY,
New York, April 7, I860. 87 Pitt street.
Tbe following is nn interesting ense of a
mnn employed in an Iron Foundry, who, in
pouring melted iron into a Husk tbat was
damp and wet, caused nu explosion. The
melted iron was thrown around and on bim iu
a perfect shower, and he WM burnt dreadfully.
The following certificate wns given to me by
him, about eight weeks after the accident.
New York, Jan. 11,1886.
My name is Jacob Hardy; 1 am an Iron
Founder ; I was badly burnt by hot iron in
November last: my burns healed, but I had a
running sore on my l^g that would not hnal ;
I tried Maggiel's Salve, and it cured me in a
few weeks. This is all true, and anybody
ran now see me at Jackson's Iron Works, 2d
Avenue. J. HARDY,
11'.' liocrick street.
EXTRACTS   FROM   VARIOUS   LETTERS!
"I had no appetite; Maggiel's Pilla gav*
me a henrty one."
'•Your Pills are marvellous."
II I send for another box, and keep them in
the bouse."
Dr. Mngciel has cored ray headache thnt
was chronic."
III gave half of one of your pi lis to my bnbo
for cholern morbus. The dear little thing got
well in a dny."
" My nnusra of a morning is now cured."
" Yo'ir box of Maggiel's Salve cured me of
noises in the head. 1 rubbed some of your
salve behind my ears, and the noise left."
" Send me two boxes; I want one for a poor
family."
" I enclose a Dollar; your price is 25 cent!
but the medicine to me is worth a dollar."
" Send me five boxes of yonr Pills."
" Let me have three boxes of your Salve by
return mail."
I have over 200 such Testimonials
As this, but wnut of sipnee compels m< to
conclude. S. MACGIEL, M.D.
MAGGIEL. S PILLS  AM)  SALVE
Are sold by
A. O. LANGLEY & Co.,
VICTORIA,  V.  I..
SOLE AGENTS.
JBSS" NOTICE—None genuine without tha
engraved trndemark around encb pot or boi,
signed by Dr. J, Maggiel, 11 Pine street, Jfcw
York, to counterfeit which is felony.
Sold by all respectacle Dealers io Medicine*
throughout tbe United States and Cr.nud.i?5 at
25 cents per box or pot. Miscellaneous.
Municipal By-Law fur Raining a
Municipal  Revenue.
WE, THE MAYOR AND COUNCILLORS
iu Council couvtiii-d, by virtue of ihe power
and authority vested in u; by an Ait intituled " Au Act Iu incorporate the Oily of
Victoria," passed the second day of August,
a..". 1862, iu tbe twenty-sixth ye.ir of tbo
reign of Her ilost Gracious Majesty Queen
Victoria.
Whereas it is expedient for the good government of tbo City of Victoria tbat au annual
Revenue be raised for .Municipal purposes, be
it therefore enucteil bv the Mavor nml Councillors ofthe City of Victoria ns follows :—
1. That from and niter the passage of this
By-law Ihe Municipal Revenue shall be raised,
levied, and collected, for the use of the Jlayor
and Council of the City of Victoria; Irom
such sources as ure hereinafter provided, viz :
Real Eslate, within the Ciiy Limits;
Improvements or. Real Estate ;
Assessments ou Fire Insurances ;
Assessment on all occupants uf business
premises fronting on nil street", alleys,
nnd highways within tbe City liniils,
2. There shall be raised, levied and collected
upon all Real Estate within the limits of the
City of Victoria an annual Rale of one tenth
of One per Ccut. per annum on theinaikct
value thereof.
3. There shall be raised, levied and collected,
from all occupants of business premises fronting on any .street, highway or alley within
the City Limits, an annual Rate uf Fifty
Cents per foot Frontage on such premises
fronting on such street, highway or nilcy.
4. There shall be raised, levied and collected upon nil Improvements on Real Estate
within the limits tf the City of Vicloriu, a rate
for the current year of Three-eighths of one
per cent, per annum, und also a Rats of One-
Half of Ooo Per Cent, shall bo raised, levied
and collected, from all Fire Insurance Companies within Ihe limitsof the City of Vicloriu,
upon the amount of all property insured by
them within the aforesaid limits.
5. The Rates mentioned in Sections 2 nnd .'I
of ihisB y-Lnw shall be called •'A general
Municipal and Street Rate," and the rales
mentioned in Section 1 of said liy-Law shall
be called " A Municipal Fire Rate."
6. Provided, always that thc Municipal Assessments on Real Estate, and on Improvements, upon which the aforesaid Rates shall
be raised, levied and collected, shall be determined by the Government Asses.-ment Roll
for the time being, under the provisions of
tho " Real Estate Tax Amendment Act, 1662."
7. A Certified Copy of the Government Assessment Rollof Real Estate shall ho deposited
at the City Council Chambers with tho Clerk
of the Council and in tho said Roll, in a
separate columu and opposite to the nuincaud
amount of tho Government assessment, shall
be inserted the amount of the .Municipal Rate.
8. All monies due under the provisions of
this By-Law shall be paid nt tho City Council
Chambers to tho Clerk ofthe Council, who
shall keep an account of the same, and thc
same shall be paid by him into somo chartered Bank each day as shall be directed, and
placed to the credit of the Mayor and Council.
9. All monies due under the provisions of
this By-Law shall be paid Quarterly in advance, provided always thnt any Ratepayer
wbo is rated or assessed under the provisions
of this By-Law in a sum not exceeding Four
dollars, the same shall he paid yearly, in advance.
10. After the final passage of this By-Law
nil Municipal Assessments and Hales shall
bo paid within "Ten days," alter which time
" Five per cent" shall be added to the amount
due, and if said amount wilh tho said Five
per cent added thereto, be not paid within
two calendar months therefrom, ihe person or
persons failing to comply, will be dealt with
under thc provision;; of the "Act of Incorporation,"  August, 1802.
11. This By-Law shall tnko effect immediately after its final passage.
12. This By-Lnw shall bo valid until repealed or superseded by nnothor.
Finally passed the Council, October !8th,
1866.
(Signed)       LUMLEY FRANKLIN,
Mayor.
Wa. Lbioh,
Town Clerk. no8
FASHION MUSIC HULL,
ADJOINING WELLS, FARGO & CO'S,
Yates    Street.
THE PROPRIETOR TAKES GREAT
pleasure in announcing the arrival of tho
celebrated
PRIMA DONNA & PIANISTE,
Madam Josephine Berndt,
Who will every evening entertain tho visitors
with selections from the most favoiito
OPERAS,
And tho most
POPULAR BALLADS,
In   English,   French,   Itnlinn,   German,
Hungarian, Spanish, ect., ect., eel.
Being one of the most accomplished
Linguists and Vocalists of the
Day-
Iii addition to tho talented  Madam Berndt
the services ofthe following galaxy of beauty
nave been engaged to wait upon customers;
MISS  MILROY,      MISS   SWEET,
"     DEVRIES, "     WALSH,
MADAM    KEHIE
Open every evening at 8J p.m.
ADMISSION-     FREE.
C.     BROOKS,
oc I Proprietor.
TVotice.
WE TIIE UNDERSIGNED, LOUIS WOLFF
and JACOB MORRIS,  have   this   day
entered into partnership ns merchants and
general dealers at Victoria, V. I.
Dated this 23d day of October, 1866.
Witness (Signed)/ h^S1^
v    8      >\ JACOB MORRIS.
Robert Bishop,
oc 24 Solicitor, Victoria,..V. I.
.Miscellaneous.
it
VIRGINIA"
By Steamship Active*
TOBACCO  &  SEGAHS
FOR   THE   MILLION !
F.    CAMPBELL,
Hni reoeivfd  the niott celebrated VIRGINIA URAND8 by express from
.New loik City,
Twists, Railroad,  Miy Tlowerj
A.VD THE
ADELPHI   COLD   BAR,
.Manufactured expressly for him,
;UU.\IJi: AM) PACIFIC CABLE TWIST
and other Tobaccos too numerous to
mention.
Meerschaum, Briar Root,
—AND—
ALL KINDS  Ob' PIPES,
P Jjing Card*, Matches—,-tii
varieties.
Havana] Cigars
Ry the Cargo or Sample,
JDST Office of C. F.  Green's Victoria
and K.-i]uiniiili Express,
no 4 ADELPHI SEOAR STORE.
"R0UN3 THE CORNER"
IS THE NAME OF THE
."ISTEW    SALOON-
jusi OPENED I.V
Luiiiilny   Street,   round   the
corner from Yates street,
In tlio building former);  occupied   by   tbe
.Solium of EiiHiiiuiiiir's Um ki..
The Saloon hns beeu tastefully refilted,
and will bo supplied with tho
FIRST    QUALITY   OF
Wines  and  Liquors.
The proprietor respectfully invites Ike pub-
lie lo call "ROUND THE CORNER" aud
judge for themselves.
GovEHNEENT  BTItEKT    ENTRANCE — NEXT
door lo the Telegraph Office.
se 29 .1 iCOIl    HERKIMER.
LTJMBEB
A     LARGE  ASSORTMENT   OF   ROUGH
ajL   and dressed for sale cheap,
J. ROBERTSON STEWART.
Victoria, V. I., 20th August, 1860. oe 22
FOB     SALE
ta
4 GOOD MARE (IN FOAL), WITH YEAR-
A ling colt by her sido. Will work in
tingle or double harness.
Apply at the
Office of the Evening Telegraph,
LANGLEY STREET. oe 9
13V
HERMAN  SHULTZ,
—AT—
Bis Well Known and Old Established
Stand
The Government st. Boot Store,
Has just received  por steamer
A   FINE  ASSORTMENT  OF
Ladies' and   Children's   Shoes,
Which ho offers nt a very low price.
Receives by each steamer from England and
San Francisco
BOOTS     <Sc    SHOES
OP   TBI
FINEST  AND BEST QUALITY,
FRENCH   f.EATHER,
—AND—
SHOE     FIHTDXfcGS,
At prices to correspond with tbe times
J. H   Turner & Co.
OOVBBXKE.VT STREET,
VICTORIA, V.I.
LONDON   FIRM,
J. P. Tunstall & Oo-
LONDON    HOUSE,
September, 1SC6.
We have received  by '• Royal Tar''   mil late Express arrivals a
great part of our Autumn and Winter Stork.       ll comprises as usual a
all assortment of Staple aud Fancy Goods.
Linkns, Cottons, Prints, Damasks,
Blankia\s, Im.a.nm.i.s. kr.,
Dkkss (Jdiiiis. Tiik New Li.vskys, Bttatt, Merinos,
Poi'lim:-!, Plaids, kc
Shawls—Iliuli Ifoocfcat Wool, Himalayan, kc,
Ladies' and (Jiiildkkn's Undkrci.otiuno,
Mantles, Fiuts, IIosikkv, Embroideries, Lack
Goods, <fcu.
Mii.LiNEitv Wreaths, llmul Dresses, a beautiful selection
ul' Biiiiiiits in tne Lninballe. Pamela, and other new
•slnipes;   JluLs ia silk, velvet, and straw.
This department is vow under the direction of a First Clews French
Milliner, who urrived by last steamer.
The above goods have been gdected by our London partner with great
care, and will be sold on most favorable terms.
A   Triumph    oi    Science
—4KD—
THE   LIGHT   OF   THE   WOULD
DR. MAGGIEL'S
PILLS   & SALVE,
Tbeu L'To-pIvIng rtmt*\\et nr* now, fur Hip flr t
time, if tu   publ off to Id* w rl   For over ;i qu«it*r
■ T ii i-eritury ul prlv ktf practice thu iugreJitHltf iu lh.to
Life-Giving Pills
TIiv bum used with tho jcreittvt fcttcMat, Their
minfli >n is n t on y 10 i r vent ■ ia-H* \ hut tn 'lire
They *e rch ou rli ■ ttrlott tnnltdUi hy ■> h ch tho
pttiont h« •nffi,rinK. ami ft iiivlgumn'N t e alllllt
nyntetn. T th" n.'e-l and imiim a w\v datot 6tOk-do
valuable PfLl.tj will j rove tu he
A MY FODNTAIN OF YOUTH,
For in ttttt oa*e they a^rt new IITe nml vlta'tty, a"d
>t*tr*r9 the w iltU'JfO lafgit* lo thoir rUtiue |i«te. Ti
tbeVfl gnni nil dl * -god iho/ will pr«vo must in
valu.He, a» a ril y, spnclfti* and iter-hii? ntedioinu.
ere is ii itn-am reniited. tint l'"iico.d«-L»*on luutfht
fur thren hundred ftttt ayo, and never f nn<|, fijj
lonkid for h I' i.' i'ii- tluit would nature the old to
Vigor and make youth ever
An Eternal Spring- Z
It was left for Ihi* diy and liollr to realize tlio dream,
ami show In oneglorioua fact the magic that n.aclu
il fair.
THESE FAMOUS  REMEDIES
Caniwt nt iv th-- flight of yearn, htit tliey can force back,
un. hold iiloof} (lisea.ii'i hat mi i.tiri mpti ovtt tun
ag <1 and tlie ytniug. Lei n-ne liomtate then, hut
Witt th" ftvotttyt ocportuiiity that otfel**. When t*kuu
aa prescribed—
For Billious Disorders
Nothinp can he moru pmducliee of cur* than theae
1'illn.—Their almost ni tjfh: infl'ience itt felt nt o Ci-J
nnd lbe ii mi al 1*2*19, miliiiilj of tli in in -at tii-l r.nsini:
dtsi'iiae iirn itinuved. Theue reimdies aro inude fruiii
the purest
VEGETABLE COMPOUiNDS.
They will not barm the hi out delicate female, and
ca.i li- ffi t-D with good eii'eci iu prviurlhcd dMitea to
tho youngest babe.
For Cutaneous Disorders
And all eru'thinnof lbe skip, »h- HATA'E li mo-l in-
vahuhti-. It doea n t h««J < xtenialiy ahm--, btttpoae*
tr .'vh wilh IheiiKMin aroliiu^ vlf cu to the ver,)'root
ofiba evil.
DR. MAGGIEL'S PILLS
Invariably euro the following Diseases :
Asthma,
Uuwel Tomplalntu,
CotiKhn,
Coldii,
Chest Dl-eaiefl,
CottiveneBB,
Djupepsia,^
Diarrhea,
Dropsy.
Debility,
Fever and hg\ *..
Female Homplaintfi,
UfldUni,
IndU-stion,
iliflnei7.i,
Iiifhimm -tion.
Inward U'enkneNi,
Li-er Complaint,
Lowr.e*« of Spirits,
Itinpfworm,
Rheumatism,
Halt ..l.eum,
Scaldfl,
f-kin MWWUfc.
lt=a*r NdTirB.— Vnn«(feni'inn witlinnt thc mgtttvriu
trade-mark xro'ind cm h pot or box, gigneri h> DK J.
:<IA(;6ii-.!,r 43 Fulton street} ISsw \ ork, Lo counterfe.t
which is fi-li'iiy.
stSaT" Sold hy all reincctnhle Dealers in Medicfaei
throughout the United States and Can.ida—at 2b cents
perhox or pot.
A. C. Langley & Co.,
Agents for Vancouver Island aud British
Colombia.
;c2
KG 21
J.   II.   Turner   &   C1*n.,
Agunf-s for Alexaiidrc's Kill Qloves.
RED LION HOTEL,
GOVERNMKNT STREET.
I'lIK
1   bi-
'| "UK   AIIOVK-XAMKP    HOTEL   HAVING
en opened by
JOE      EUEKT,
lie will be   linppy lo  meet his   Incutls  on nil
occasions, mi    nil furnish tlicin wilr
the best of
Wine.c5 Liquors, Ale, Porter, &c-
and Ciirars.
BAGATELLE,  SKITTLES,  AND   BOXING
G L 0 V H t,
BS?" Joe mid Tom will lie linppy lo givo
Private Lessons in the noble urt ol " Self-
Uefenee." oclO
Snorborg & Rueff,
COMMISSION   MERCHANTS,
Importers and Wholesale Duulcrs In
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS,
Boots aJid Wlioes,
Wliitrf street, Victoria, V. 1. oc '*l
BRITISH    PERIODICALS.
The London QuarterJy Eev'ew (Conservative).
The Edinburgh Review (Whig)
The Westminster Review (Radical)
The North British Review (Free Church)
Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (Tory)
Tho fo ir R"vicwa re-|HiliIiahe<l hy Mes*™. ^"cott A:
Co., arc L'oniTAl'v co Hidniid um Ih surest ReTiawr,
aiui filarKWOQd htm leea j-inly (ilncett in ilu- latii*
riink. Whoever itia[ieiue«< Willi r iiti.n.r \m liriilioni of
Unt-fia-s, wh-it<'ver ma} ii« hi-* eu-ral f i-forin ition,
w;il eiio i hu Mtoff«t|Mr !>ehin<I the time in wfiit-h im
lives—*nd in tliese titiies a peiMttmay *»o>i y«t vtry
fnr hohinii. They in»y he tc-iul nnd studied with adi
vnniaji' hy tlm jitMi|ile of iIiIh couiitrv, of every creud
and party.
UT- HI,vt;K wool' Ig umimiall. attractive it ihi-
linn' to American*, not nulyfr Itt sari I article* hy
dixllngiiiihed writ<ri of linthn. but for he Moonnl nf
the late civil w.r. now bei»K written i-v C<-l. Vnn
B'irk<>, a(ie<manofHeort ohivtmtUttsJt toGen. J. B. li,
•stuart, of th« Cdnftnlerate arm>.
TERMS   KOR   1866.
For any one of the l.'erltnv* ....$* per innuin
Kuran.1 two of the KpvIi'wh,,,    7 "
Ttor tiny thrd' of the ;.eviewi 10 "
Foi all four of the Hevit-w 1*1 "
Foa lllitokWo >rf'l Mi   ii i. ■  4 "
Kiirlllackwood and one Revi vt  7 "
For  Ulii' kwi.od ami uny two of thu  Ke-
Viewi JO f(
For Pluckwo.d and three of tin* lteview.i.,13 **
For BUckwood and the four I'.cviuwi 16 "
CLUBS.
A discount nftieeidy per rent, wiir he a'lowed lo eluha
Of four or more persons- Tlnw, four c pjen of
HlRrkwOod, or of one Review itjjj be dent to one address or*!2 80- FoiiroMptf«of the fuur Iteviownand
Uhkckwood, l"i $4*, *iitl hu mi.
POSTAGE.
When sent by mail, the 1'o^taiik Ui unv part «f the
United t Ir* wi 1 he ■ ut tw.-llt. -lour cent, n ye;ii-fnr
" uCKiinnii," o:nl but elglnciuls a year fin'each of
tlie Kevieivs.
Re'ncetl Prices for previous years-
8utworlbera may obtain ihe Bou'lnta imnieuiuli'ly
lirecidiiig I8C.8, aa roll. w», »ln. :
niaekwnod from S-ntein .er. I8«4 to Pecember, I8HS
im-liiaive, at the rate of $2 50 a year
The Xnrth llritith from .Tanuary. 18C3, to riei'oml'er
lt6&, innluain; the Edinburgh nul tho Westminster Ir. m
Ap II. 18fi4, tn Deceiiil.or, 166i, itielii-iv«. in.il the
iMiilun Qiiarlrrly l„r the year 18 0, at the rate uf $1 .'.()
a year for each or any   evi-w.
&sj- A few copiea yet remiin of nil IMfour Jteeiews
lor 1803 ,t U met, o> ^1 60 for any one.
LEONARD   SCOTT   &   CO.,
Publishers, 38  Walter Street, N.  T-
h. ?. ft Co., alio publiih the
FAJElTUiZlPTl'S O-XJIIDB
IJy Hksrt Smrmiw, of Edinburgh, and Ilie la.o J. P.
Niibtc.v, of Y»le ..lleire. '2 vole. Itot.i Octavo, 1C00
pauea, aiidnuniaroiK Smtravlnji'
Rn'ec 87 for the two rvalue!— by Mail, post paid,
1» "ft au 23
T1JE  O.NE  TULNU   WAMKU,
HOLLOWAY'S PILLS.
The Rlood.
Theso fnnioiia jnlls ore bo compoeeil tbn
tliey opernle wholesomely on the slomaeh, tlio
liver, the IioivlIh, uinl nilier or^'uns; hy correct*
iair tiny ileruiiKutucnis in their liinctiona
whereby u sternly .suj'ply ol jiurc millennia tor
the renewal ol Uie lilooil Ii furplahed. nnd it
coiisliiiit nbsli'ticiioii of efl'eh- i.roiluets ia ef-
leeluU. Thia perfect circulation thus becomaa
the very fountain of heitllli mi.i lile, mid ov«r»
conies ull lonu of 'iiaeuac wherever Ut situu^
tion.
Cieucial liisiM «i«'iN of <hc Liver
and >iiiiii:irii.
All who ever indulge it* tublc, eilher In enN
mil' or tli-iukinp, should tuke about ten ot C*s-
(uuious jiillsnt bed time, from which will ree
suit n clear bend and good stumuch the foil nr-
ing nioriiing. Thousands of Ladies are always complaining of sick headaches, wnnt o
appetite, want of energy and want ol sirength,
to correct all these evils, ihree or four ol these
Pilla should be taken twice a week, when they
would give the invalid .ne health anil appetlta
of it ploughman.
Female* ui all Agea aud < HmwM
Olistructions of nny kind, either in young
ur those between forty and fifty—th" mosl critical peiiud of life—may bo radically remo.'•d
by using these Pills according to the prinieii
directions wiiieh accompany ench box. Youu^
persons Willi sickly and sallow complexion}
may have the bloom Ol bculih resio'ed by thir
tiorreelive, wi ich fiurifies .the blood am] expels ull gross ami impure humors from Ihesys-
lem. Beware then of the critical age Iron
forty to fifty, as it sends many thousands to
premature grave,—these I'ills should be takm.
it that period ot lite two or ilnce times a
leek
Want  or Minis;!!! and Energy.
Persons of seilentiiry habiis, or (hose troubled in nliml, working iu Factories or Coal
Pits, who cannot obtain that amount ol frfsli
air and exercise which nature requires, suffer
from weakness and delility, lowness of spirii*
and wnnt of appetite. All such should take *
lose or two of these I'ills every three or foui
days, as they act gently nnd etlectnally on tb«
system and impart vigor and energy -to tbe
body, which is always followed by a good
appetite, sound and refreshing sleep, and »
high flow of spirits.
For the Cure ol" Oropgy.
Tbo efficacy of Holloway'a  Pills In  Dropsy '
is extraordinary.   They act with such a pecu- '
liar effect upon   the system, thnt  the finid/>
Causing this direful complaint, are peiceptlbl
iairieil  o.f and prevented  from  any  further
accumulation.     The sufferer regains n   buoyancy nf spirits   nnd rejoices in a completely
renovated   constitution.   It   is indispensably
necessary that Ihe Ointment should  bo most
effectually rubbed into the complaining parln
during the vholo course of treatment.
Children and their Allmrntr.
In no country in Uie world nre more children
carried to nn early grave than in Great Rriiiun.
Coughs, Measles, Scarlatina; Fevers, and other
jiseases attack the liitle sufferers, apd death,
but too often, follows nt a rapid pace; yet if
at Die first stage ol these complaints, parents
were to have recourse to Hullowny'a Pillt. all
danger would be atoided for the stomach
uud bowels would oe gcnily bin effectually
cleansed bv this mill! aperient ; the depruTed
Minimi's corrcctea ana tnesecrctions duiy repainted, A perfect cure would »oon be effected, nnd tbe "ttle patient restored tt soum'
health.
Holloway' Pi. r are the best known remedy ia th
world fir the follow.ng diseases:
Polil at the hsi. lillshni^nl of Profemmr Holloway, 241
Strum!, (near Tenllde Bur.) I   n.lnn ;  alt." by all reipeo*
ahle IliniiirK'? arel Il.alera in Mo.ijrinealhroujrhblil tho
clviliKeil world, at lbe   ollowing priceii—le. l^jf.,A WL, •
ts. dl., lit., 'i'2s„ anil 33s. lach box.
Ainle
Asthmn
Billitiufi Complainte
Olotrhci    on    tie
skin
Bowel complaints
Colics
Cnii^'.ipatlou of the
llnweh
Ciins'iiiii linn
Deljl i t v
Dropsy'
Dyicntry
firyslpelas
Female Irregular
fffii
Fever of all kindi
Pita
ilout
Heail Aclio
Indlgeatlni
IiiHiiniinallon
.1 ann dice
I.Wer (Wmplainti
Lumbnao
I'ilea
Rheumatism
Rotenlion ef Urine
*Srri.ru'aorKlnp«
Evil ..   .
sure Throats
Hone and i.'rave
-^eonilary. fyati.
turns
ie Tlo'.orevx '
lumora
I cm
V. n real      affeo.
liens
Worms    ofa>
klnda
Wenknels     from
whatever caiM'-i
*** There ia a considerable laving; by taking tbe
trifer aizea.
Iilrectums fnr the jtuldance of pmtltuta in every diiei
der Aro alflaed to each box.
Msn«a«aawHi«MMHwHwwp««
 — —'        l   .' -  .-.1*-^ ~
Pristsd nnd Published by McCidbi k Co.
the office, Langley Street.

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