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THB
EVENING TELEGRAPH,"
i'i HI.I.-ilKli
E/erv   Eventug at   4   O'Clock,
(.Saturday uud Sunday preninga excepted.)
ALSO  KVKI1V
SUNDAY    MORNING- !
TKIIMB  OP   M  IIM  lill'TIDV I
f',r Annum, In advance, by null, 110 00
Fnr nix  month,,    e On
Ivr \V~rk, jiivalile to Cnrrliir, ,       25
Hi(lLtol.le«        10
For terms of Advertisement apply at the
Office. Langley Street
< nnada.
(dates to *aug. 18.)
The Fenian excitement appears to con.
tiniin in Canada. A great I'diiaii " pic
nic" was announced to be held on Grand
Island, Niagara river, nnd apprehensions
were lilt tlmt a hostile demonstration was
intended.
Tlio Canadian papers announce that
the jrnvernment hns reeeived Blicb information us to warrant it in taking active
military preesatlom at once
In view of the projected Fenian "picnic" at lluffilo on tho 21st instant, it is
considered advisable to put the eoun'ry
in a state of military preparation. It is
believed that the l'Ytii in picnic is merely
a pretext foj an armed demonstration in
force.
The Seventh (Prince Arthur's Own)
battalion, of London, and the County
battulion, are uud'r ciders for Niagara
Fulls. They aro to leave London on
Friday next, and will encamp lin rt eight
days The government will furnish transportation and cn:iip equipage. Eight
thousand men ore under orders.
The Toronto Lender t Ottawa dispatch j
of Sunday says :—
The Cabinet was iu session all this afternoon, but tlie object of the meeting has
not transpired publicly,   It is stated that!
Important delpnlches were reeeived on
Saturday from Sir Frederick IJruce ; but I
if so, the report of them has not become
Itnown. The leleirruph offices in the j
country were open to-day, so that if anything threatening did happen the earliest
Intelligence of it wight be transmitted to
the government up to midnight Hvery-
tbing was profoundly quiet ull ulong the
frontier.
The last number of the official gar.etto
of Camilla, just published, announces that
thirty-four additional companies of volunteers have been authorised to be organise d
by the government.
Tbe Leader says there nre seven T?rit:sb
gunboats now on the hikes, carrying ten
Armstrong guns, and eight field pieces.
The M outre.I Herald of Aug 16 statet
that Col. Lowry und Col. McKinstry, of
tho 17th regiment, arc on the Niagara
frontier, making arrangements for the location of a camp of observation at l'ort
Wetland or l'ort Robinson. 'Iho " Queeu's
Own will probably be stationed tliere.
Tlie papers say that it is understood
that the United States and Canadian
governments have assented io the formation of nn international 0011111111-81011, for
the purpose of reducing the obstacles in
the way of lb) development of the frontier
trade of tlic two conn tries.
HAVANA CIGARS.
LEWIN &  ANTHONY,
TOBACCONISTS.
47 Tates St„ Brick Store
Next to Corner of Government St.,
l)EO TO INFORM THEIR FRIENDS AND
It tne pnblic in general tbat ihev will constantly receive by every Steamer a RDiid as-
Bortmenlol Genuine Havana Clgari
and the Bell Hi amis of TobaCCO,
Imported direct f,,r this market, so tbat Ihey
nrenhle to otnp«te with any hruse on this
Island, either Wholesale or Retail,
N.  B'—Special   attention will be paid  to
Oountrv orders.
lllil.MAN'   LEWIN.     I     LOUIS ANTHONY,
sc 2
Relief
Afflicted,
PtE-OFJEnsri^ro-
EUREK1 CONCERT ROOM
WtEit ill;, BlMQEIgST of juts, qiaui.ks.
'['■IS «OST FAVORITE AND FASHION-
able place of amusement having been
entirely re-decorated will re-open This Evening nt II o'clock. Mr. Ned Reed, the fan.mis
Banjo Player will b- in attendance to amuse
vMtora with his minstrel Songs. At lbe Ilur
tbe best of case Liquors aud Havana Cigars
will be dispensed.
Open every  Evening at  9 o'clock, ndmission
free. »u24
FASHION   HOTEL
AND
Concert   Room,
The only Place of Amusement in
Town!
THE INTRODUCTION OF
Perry     1~> a v i s»
Vegetable Pain Killer
To the Suffering  ITiimanity of this Apre
lias relieved more pain, ami caused more
real joy than any other one thing that can
be named.
Oriental Restaurant, EVENING TELEGRAPH
FATES   STREET,
In connection witb tbe Orieutal Hotel.
npiIIS  ESTABLISHMENT   IS   OPKM
X  AIL HOUB8 OF THE DAY OB NIG
THE    TABLE
T
IGHT.
M-
r I' 111: UNDERSIGNED HAVING LEASED
1   these   well   knuwn  establishments, begs
leave to announce thut ihey wi 1 be
Kc-opflned on Saturday, July 28.
The former Billiard HaU hns been converted
into a  Concert  Room, where may  always be
found attentive and obliging attendants.
Best qualities  of Wines, Liquors, and Cigars served by the proprietor in person.
CHAS. BROOKS.
fits?" Admission Fail. au 2G
REMOVAL.
DR. POWELL HAS REMOVED HIS
Sbrgery and Residence to the comer ot
DOUGLAS AND BROUGHTON STREETS
(nenr Fort).
Ornos Uncus—9 A. M.  to  12  M., and  8
P, M. id 10 P, M.
August 23. nu 2fi
&*.
HERMAN  SHULTZ,
 AT	
His Well Known and Old Established
Stand
The Government st. Boot Store,
Has just received per steamer
A   FINE   ASSORTMENT   OF
Ladies' and   Children's   Shoes,
Which he offers nt a very low price.
Receives by each steamer from  England and
Sau   Francisco
BOOTS     Sc    SHOES
FINEST   AND  BEST QUALITY,
FRENCH   LEATHER,
—AND—
SHOE     FINDINGS,
At prices to correspond with the times.
se 12
NEW    WESTMINSTER
GAME   DEPOT,
YATES   ST.,
Next door to  the corner of Government,
opposite Zelner's Drug Store.
rpHH SUBSCRIBER HAVING MADE Alt-
_L rangetnents to receive from ditt'ercnt
parties lbe produ e of the Island and country
will be prepared to turnish
Game,
Fish,
Fruits,
Poullry,
Eggs    and    Vegetables,
Each  and  all ia  their season, at tho lowest
prices.
JAMES   ALLEW.
au 31-tm
II  IS  AN
Invaluable' Remedy,
Onr first Physicians  use it,  and  recommend
its   use ;   tbe   Apothecary lit-.ds   it   lirst
among the medicines called fnr, and
the wholesale Druggist considers
it  n  leading article of his
trade,     All the ilea era
iu medicine speak
alike  iu its favor; and its
reputation as a medicine nf great
merit und virtue is fully and permanently   established,  und  It  is  the ^reat
Family Medicine   of the Age-
Every Volunteer should hnve a bottle, In ca»e
of sudden attacks of Disease.
Taken Internally, cures
Sudden Colds, Coughs, &c,
Weak Stomach,
General Debility,
Nursing Sore Mouth, Cnnlter,
Liver Complaint,
Dyspepsia or Indigestion,
Crump and pain In tlie Stomach,
llouol Complaint,
Puinteu' Colic,
Asiatic Cholera,
Diurhooa nnd Dysentery.
Taken externally cures •
Felons, Boils, and Old Sores,
Severe Burns und Senilis,
Cuts, Bruises and Sprains,
Swelliiii.' of the Joints,
Ringworm nud Tetter,
Broken Breasts,
Frosted Feet and Chilblains,
Toothache,
Tain in the Face,
Neuralgia and Rheumatism.
FJ^XlsT   KILIiER,
Taken internally, should he sdclterated
with milk or water, and sweetened with
su^ur, il desired, or made into a syrup
with molasses. For a CO TO II uml
Bronchitis, a few drops on Sugar, oaten,
I will lie more pffeotivs than anything else.
For SOUK THROAT, irargle the throat
with a mixture of Pain Killer und water,
and the relief is immediate nud cure positive.
gtS?* It should not he forgotten that
the l'niti Killer is equally us good to
lake internally ns to use externally,
Kich tiottle is wrapped with ull duec-
tions fur its use.
Will be famished with tbe best the markti
affords.
Breakfast,
Dinner,
Supper
At moderate prircs.
Oysters   in   every   Style.
Private Roam. hM or large parties.      ^"g^Y  Street,   Victoria,
Call and judge for youi elves.       aa 30-lra
GENERAL
Job   Printing
ESTABLISHMENT
AYER'S
CHERRY
PECTORAL,
FOB thk rapid cuke Of
Cold*, Coughs  mid
Hoarseness*
BimmtLD, Mam., SOtfa Dee*, 1855.
I)k. J.O. a vim: [tlo not healtato totty
tli« bail remedy l bave ever band for
Ooagfaii Uoarwnen, influenza, and the
coacomtt mi lyinptomiof s I krfu
CtiKiiitv I'sctoual.   Itaconatanl uaeln
my practice and my family foi I
ten yean bai shown fl t" poo*
norvirtuea tor tun treatment "i hobo
oompialnta.    BBKN KNIGHT, M.D.
A. J». MORTLBT, IH.ofl'nn.N.Y.. writ.*: "IhiiTe
mad yonr Pectoral myielf and Id my family tttt »itic*
yon Invented It, and believe II the bat medicine for Iti
pnrpoH over put out. With a bad cold i ihould ioomi
pay twenty-five dollari fur it bottle'tbafl do without it, ox
tak" any other remedy.*1
Croup, Whooping Cough, InflnenzR*
Sit.im:i-iKt.it, Mi-**., Ki'l.. 7. Will.
UnoTiiFtt Arm: T will cheerfully certify your Pn-ruRAi
In tin* beatremwij »«• \» •-*..-* torn .'•■' rf tf..,-,■:.,.,
c.,\t.,>i. Croup, n11■ l tl heft (Haoaonn of children,   wa of
yoni fraternity in the Booth appreciate your -kin. and
coinni'-ii'l your medicine to our pe iple.
UIHAM OONKLIM, M.D.
AMOS LER. KBQ..M<iXTEnET. U^wrtta, 3.1 Jao.,188Sl
'■I bade tedious Influenza, which confined me Indoori
iix weelti] took many medicinal without relief; fiimlly
trii"! your PaoWBAt by the advice of our clergyman
Tlio lirft doso relluvftl tho bohmiww in my throat and
lunge; lew than one half the bottle made me completely
well. Yonr mediclnea are tlm cheapeit uwell u the belt
we can i"iy. mnl we oiteam yotij Dootort aud your reme-
dioB, as tiif i»nir man's fri'iitl."
Asthma or Phthisic, nnd Hrmn hitis.
West MAxcnaSTia, Pa., Peb.4, IBM.
Pif: Vt.tir riirRiiv Pbctokai i^* performingraarrelloui
ciiroH In tliin section, li bas relieved sevi ral from alarm-
Ing -vini'! in- "f consumption, and is now curing a man
who lias labored udder an affi ilon of the lungi forth!
laat forty yean. DESRl I.. PARKS, Merchant.
A. A. RAMSEY, M.D., AxmoK, Bfomun Co., Iowa,
writes, Pt'pt. ii. 18W: " During my prat tlce of many yean
j have found nothing equal to your Cuntai PBcroftu for
giving ease and reliiT to consumptive patlentaf or coring
inch as ure iiimblc."
We might add volnmei or evidence, bnt tho most con*
vlnclng proof of the virtual of tin* remedy is found iu iti
effects upon trial.
Consumption.
Prnlmlily no one n-ni^ly h.i- ever l>oen known Whloh
cured so many uml sii'li ■!:■.!.-■■ 'mh 'mm*« ha this.   SomB
nohnman aid oao reach; but even to those theOontu
Pectorai. affords relief and comfort,
Ahtok Boom, Not Fork Citt, March s. 1"56
Doctor Avin. Unrtso.'. I fool it n ilntv and a ph-iksTire
to Inform you what yonr Carnai PEfKHUt has done for
my \*if". "sii" In l wen five months laboring nnder the
dangerous 13 tnptoms of Consumption, from wliiili no aid
ve could procure gan ber much rallef. Blie was steadily
ftiiliiiL'. until Dr. strong, ol \   there weh vn 11 me
for anvli 1. re uni n    I  I t tl W -
bli'M hie kindness, aa we do j   ■■
and from tbat day.   Bhelsnotyel isiti       1  she nnd
to be, but Is fi alls herself welL
Yt nn with grni li uli   an  n . ird,
L)RLANDO BHKU V. of BrntUTVOU.
Cbfinmipffru, do not deepait till you havi tried Arnrt
Cumtiv Pbotobal, It ii made I13 om of tin bell medlt »I
chemtiti In the world, and lu cui dlan indnsbee] eak
the high meriu of lta vhrtoei.— ' ■    < /.   .
Ayer's Cathartic Pills.
Tho   Printing    Office
dp THE
EVENING
TELEGRAPH
Office is replete with every applia noe
and variety of Material for the
Execution of
LETTER PRESS  PSIMNb!
Id nil its brunches, wliclhcr
Plain or Ornamental
IMIE OFFICII AIMS al securing
eiicL tpoedy Bxeoutton of orders na it
consistent witb correct and elegant Work*
mailfhiji.
Orders received for Printing
Books,
Pamphlets
Oataloguei
Sermons,
Iteports
Rentals,
L:i\v Forms of every
description)
Bnstness Cards,
InvolOM,
Hill Heads,
Trade Forms,
Circulars, (Plain
Coloured,)
Band   Bills, (Plain or
Coloured,)
"ROUND THE CORNER"
IS THE NAME OF THE
NEW    SALQON
JUST OPENED IN
Lnngley   Street,   round  the
corner from V'site-i street, ,
In  the building formerly  oeeii|iied   by   the
Saloon of EbERHARDt's IluTEL.
The Saloon has been Insicfully refitted,
and will be supplied With the
FIRST    Q U A L1T Y   O F
V/ines   and  Liquors.
The proprietor respeetfmlv invites the pub-
lie to call "BOUND THE CORNER" and
judge for themselves.
SOVBRKIIMX   S'lUtET     ENTHAXCE — SKI I
door to tho Telegraph Office,
an 29       JACOB   HERKIMER.
rslllK KlaocM of 01
-L   tn\,-,l 1I1,11 imi
pnrgatlT* irhlcfa i. known t
id Madlclna lnno l«
i-1-.mIu, ,, il, 1^ beat, iii'-t parftot
Pricee 2f> eenls, 50 cents k $1 per brittle
ex pideliterT
A Choice Lot of Bacon
•Jtisit   A.rriveti.
For Sn'e by
P.   Gilligan,
an 2 STOKE STREET.
EXPRESS LINE STAGES
rpHS COACHES OF THIS LINE W7Lt
L now run regularly, leHVing Yule, i,. (
on
Honda) m,
Wednesdays,
And Frldayi.
AT 7, A. M.,
FOR    SAVANA'S     FMItin
(Big Bend R^nte), until the completion ol tlie
road, when Uiey will go to Savann'p 1 crry.
The Coacb tor Cariboo will leave Yale on
Monday.
jy 2 F. J. BARNARD.
num. ii]iiiiniii:ii>!" prooft
tn ihown that thwe l'n.i.> htirt rlrtnet wbich nriMM In
f !•.illi-ni •■ thi- ordinary tne 11 ln< i, and tint tbty win tin-
pnoodantBdlj npontb '■>' ■ oof alt men. Thoyarvaaft
ami ptatitnt to lako, bnt powsrftd to tan. Tbalt p»*he*
trutiim propertiaa stlmnlata tba vital activltl ■ of tba bod/i
mnovstbe obatructioni i>f it^ organi, purify tba bloody
ami exix'l diaaaae. Tbey pin--' nl thaftml bnmonwbidi
bread ud pow dtstempori atimnlata dnggfab or diaor>
dored orgMU intu (Ink nut nnil action, and Impart boaltliy
tone wiih atrengtb to tht- whola ayatem. Not only tlo
they cure tbe erery-dny eomplatnti of arary body, bnt
aln formidable and dangenma dipen«p8 thai hare baffled
tho itent of human skill. While tbejr produce pcnrerfol
efTt'ftfl. thcvRi'i' .it ilu1 nine time, in diminished doaea,tba
8;ift-st ami beat pbyMo tlmt can be-employed fur children.
BeiuE BUKtiriMHtftl, they nre jileiwuit t<» taks; and being
purely vegetable) ttt tnt from any riak of harm. Cnros
have been mmle wbtob mrpaaa belief were tbey not sub*
stautinted hy men ofsttch exalted poaltion and cbaraotar
as to forhid the Bnifddoil Of untruth. Many eminent
clerQrmen nml phyaldana have lent their names to certify to tho pulilic tbe reliability of iny remediea, while others havo sent uie tlm aemrmnce of their conviction that
my Preparation! contribute Imlneniely to the relief of my
afflicted, suffering UUriNnen*
Tho Agent below nanit'il is pleased to furnish crutis my
Amorjean Almanac, containingdirectionalbrthdr nn aud
tertifirates nf their curea, of the following complaints : —
OoatlTenen. BiUOna Oomplalntf] Rheumatiam, Dropey*
Hearthnrn, llrmlachf arising frotr. a (bnl Btomach, Nan-
aea. Indlgeetion, BfoiWd l nactJoo or tbe Bowels and Pain
arising Ui'iviinm. Flatulency, Ujn tff Appetite, all Ulcer-
ous and Outaneooj Dleeaaee which require an evacuant
Uedlcinei Bcrojhla <*r King's Kvtl. Tin y also, by purifying the blood and stimulating tho system, cure many
complaints whiih It would not be supposed they could
reach, snefa as Deaftaeee, Partial Blindness, N'enralgla and
Nervons Irritability, Derangements of the Liver and Kidney*, liriit. and other ldndn I •■■ m\ taints arising from a
low state oftiu body or obstruction of ita functions.
Do not he put off by unfHttdpled dealers with soma
other pill they make mbre profit on. Ask Ibr Ater's
PihU», nnd tnke nothing tsVtt, No other they can give
yon compares with tills In ii* Intrinsic value or curative
powers. The sick wnnt tiie best aid there is for them,
aud they Should have it.
Prepared by Dr. .1. i;. AVER,
Practical and Analytical Chemist, Lowell, Mail.
Paid 35 Cts. tkr Bos.   Fivb Boxes tor $1.
SOLD BY
MOORE 8c Co., Victoria,
AXD ALLl    UQGIST8.
i«-18
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Lantjby street.
Greneral News Agent
J. 8tratman#
EMPIRE MEWS DEPOT
Gor. Washington &, Sansome nue
San Francisco*
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MONDAY  EVENING, .SEPT. 14,   lh
COMMERCIAL.
mill'I'IM.    IMI   I.IM.IMK
PORT OK V1CT0IIIA.  VANUIl'VIJl    ISLAND.
tNTEIIin.
Sept 24-Sip Lady FraulHin, I'ritchard,
Ureas Island.
Sip Harriet, Pwyer, San Juan
Sluir Enterprise, .Swanson, New W'estniin-
■ter
Schr Matilda, Greenwood, Nannimo
Sip Porpoise, Clark, Salt Spring
CLEARED.
Sept 24—Stmr Enterprise, Swanson, New
Westminster
'flip Lilly Franklin, Pritchard, Han Juan
Sip Native, Cozian, Comoi
Schr Matilda, Greenwood, Nanaimo
Fbom Bio Bend.—Some IB or 20 returned
miners from Big Bend came down by the Enterprise on Saturday night. There is no encouraging niwa from that quarter. Host of
the returning miners go down the Columbia,
Captain White carrying broken men down on
tbe "Forty-nine" free, or for their services in
cutting fuel. The steamer Marten is still running, but will probably be laid up after one
or two more trips on account of the lowness
of the river. Seymour is nearly deserted; thc
only traders left are the II. B. Co , Smith k
I.adniT, and S. Earles, and one grog-shop.
The most of the goods bave been sent down
and up to Cariboo. Tile total resident population is about 25, and tho number of houses
about the same. Harvesting on ibe way down
was completed. About 100 Indians were col
lected at Savona's Ferry on last Tuesday week
to meet with Mr. Administrator Birch, by his
appointment, and were much disgusted ut bis
non-arrival. A religious revival had taken
place among the tribes lately, and services
were held among themselves night aud morning, much fervor beinr evinced. The Roman
Catholic missionaries were doing much good
among the natives.
Accident to tim Atlantic Cadle.— A
fortnight ago an accident happened to the
<cablo that was not made public by the telegraph. It wns the result of the carelessness
-or recklc sness of thc skipper of a coal vessel, who dropped his anchor right over the
Toute of the cable. The consequence was
that the anchor became fouled with it, so Ih it
-eerious results were feared. With the aid of
a diver, who went down and took a survey ol
tho position, tho cable was final1)' cleared
from its dangerous neighbor. Although the
cable was very much twisled by tbe eHorts of
the skipper to free his anchor previous to the
"explorations of the diver, there was not thc
•lightest interruption lo the electrical communication. It should be mentioned in justice to the cable, that nearly all of the irregularity occuring in the reception of foreign
news is due to the inefficiency of the Newfoundland connections.
The Pope Leaviso Rome.—A delayed despatch, dated Paris, Aug. 20, says it is rumored
there that the Italian government will soon
treat directly with the Pope for the cession of
bis temporal dominions nnd tho establishment
of Rome as tbe •capital <sf Italy. Tbe Canadian papers are discussing thc probability of
his taking up his abode in Lower Canada.*
Arrival ot the -pahrowiiawk.—II.M.S.
Sparrowhawk arrived from San Francisco
this morning at half-past or.o o'clock, bringing the mails. She left San Francisco on
Wednesday at 9 a.m., thus making ihe run
uj> in three days sixteen and a-hslf hours, although having to encounter rough weather
and violent bend winds.
The Great English Prize Fioht.—The
great fight between Mace and (loss came off
on the Gth of August, resulting in the defeat
of Goss. Thc combatants fought tw.'nty-one
rounds, which lasted thirty minutes, nt. the
expiration of which lime Gtofl was so disabled that he was unable to continue the mutest nod Mace was declared the victor.
Bank or British Columbia— We understand that Mr. D. M. LanK, manager of the
Bank of British Columbia in this city, has
received instructions from the Board of Directors to remove to San Francisco to the branch
In that city. Mr. Lnng will go down on thc
next steamer. We have not learnt who will
be the new manager.
New Steamer run this Coast—A New
York telegram of the 14th says : Tho magnificent steamship Oregonian, built at Williamsburg for the California and Oregon Line,
made a successful trial trip down New York
Bay last Tuesday, making, with 2G pounds of
•team, 18 revolutions per minute and 16 miles
per hour.
Wages Suit.—Peter McLean sued Alexander Mclntyre in the Po'ice Court to-day for
$28 50 wages due. Defendant proved tb it he
had offered complainant V20, and had boarded him for thrce.or four weeks while he was
laid up with a sore finger, and the magistrate
made an order for $20 without costs.
On Dit—That His Excellency will probably
appoint Major Foster stipendiary magistrate
for Leech river, with a view to his being one
of the Vancouver Island official members of
the united Legislative Council.
Rifle Corps.—A meeting of the corps is
called for to-morrow evening, nt thc Drill
Hall, in regard to the resignation ol Capt
Lang.
Good Templars—The new lodgo of Good
Templars meets tbis evening in the Theatre
Photographic Gallery.
Assault at Sea.—Albert Acffcke, E. Neumann, and Kidiard   llerlinger,   Hint Q
NMBM   from Iho ship  Royal   Tar,  charged
Captain  Murk and  bis   brother,  the second
uiatc, win, intuiting ih"tn in
teeiiMd    tin- mate of striking bim in the
t mc and head with liis fist< and with a cap-
■Un bar, and the captain of nlsu sirikin/ anl
eboklng him. Btrliogtr conli im-d tlie i-vi-
ianaa io pint, ami stated Ihat hi. bad llgnalll •!
the navy witli bll iblrt, wben th* captain
drew a pistol ami threatened  to shoot him
Unless be iiu lawn.    Tuc ICI ..ml mate I: id
also kicked him (Bellinger) on the bead
while nlo't. After patient inquiry into tlic
charges tlio Magistrate dlsm lacd the cuin-
pluicts of Neumann and Bet-linger and incd
the second mate $25 or fourteen days' imprisonment for the assault on Acffcke.
Fiiikmkn's BlKtriT.—Mr. Legta Harnett has
kindly consented to deliver a lecture in aid ot
the funds of the Victoria Fire Depurttncii' ou
Wednesday evening next, iu the theatre. The
subject ch i ii i ii the g nius of England and
America," and we learn that the 1 cturer is
likely to deliver a very interesting address.
We need uot urge lbe claims of the Fire Department 00 the support of our citizens ; tlie
simple nnn nneement that they need Ihe
money should elicit au immediate and liearty
rcsponse from all quarters. The tickets have
been fixed at the low figure of 75 and 50
ceuts, and we hope every man interested in
the safely and Jhe welfare of the city will
buy one or more tickets.
Tim Union Hill.—Lotc papers announce
that the Union of the Colonies bill hail received the Royal As-cnt. A private letter
dated London, Aug. 15, states tbat thc bill
has become law and will tike effect next
February. The writer also ullr.des to the
duty at Victoria being 10 per cent, as at -New
Wesiminster.
», 1 ■»11_C tlie chain of the lakes ami river",
mill u rump is to be established ueur
Predighiborg, in Mississquoi.
A break  up of some of the volunteer
c>r|n li threatened if the A'jut ml <>eti-
etul docs not heed Cumidiaii opinion.
An officii! return has been pobliihed of
tba number ol policemta injnrrd during
tha thre» ,|1V . rioting iii II;,.le Park.
Tbia return girai « tot nl of 26 i officer!
injured, nml itatei tbal tba Cl lef Connnli
dinner was struck lateral limei bt •tonea,
atld rccciv-,I it seven; CODttwioo on tbe
side of his bead and h cu; un the temple
which blackened hii eve.
'Ihe Duke of Beaufort nrti-d us couch
man Ihe other   dny 10 tli» cum ll running
between London mnl Brighton, aad his
graco wm whip iin therein u trip.
TELEGRAPHIC-
Eastern •
Chicago, Sept. 21—By the express or-
ilers of iho President, the clerks of the
Wliite House nre forbidden to furnish
the press with lists of appointments.
Chicago, Sept. 28— A Washington
special despatch snya Secretary Seward
is nt pi lily fulling nnd it is feared ho cannot survive much longer.
Washington, S ipt. 2i—The President
has decided that in consequence of the
pressure of public business, he will Ue
hereafter obliged to decline receiving any
committees or delegations who*e oljeot is
to present a programme for removals and
appointments to office.
Canada
The Herald's Montreal despatch suys
General Meade left this city to-day, after
receiving marked attention from the military authorities
It is reported that a Fenian force is
gathering on the Vermont border of this
Province, and there is considerable excitement in Huntingdon, Canada'
Touonto, C. W , Sept.. 21— It is announced that the Bunk of Ilriiish North
America will protest letters of credit
from Eltlglllh bankers on the Hank of
Upper Canada. The Dirt-dors of the
Hunk of Upper Canada have not vet ilc
cided what course to pursue, but it is
thought the concern will be wound up by
assignees. It.lis of the suspended bank
ure selling at 30 | er cent discount.
Toronto, C. W., Sept 22.—This evening's Telegraph lays the Government
Circular issued lo country attorneys and
Police M agist rales, adviaei lbe seizure of
nrms iu possession of parlies whom ihe
consider diiiigefiiii.i to public peace, anil
snggestiig that nil persona known or suspected of having connection with tbe
Fenians, be Immediately prosecuted.
lluropc.
[BY   ATLANTIC    CAni.E]
Beiu.iv, Sept 21.— The Prussian army
returning from the war made a grand
enlry iuo the Nntional Capitul today
amid great rejoicing.
Paius, Sept ill.—Ln France announces that it lias copies of the Sixon treaty,
and that by one of. its provisions King
John is to abdicate the throuo in favor of
bis son.
California.
Arrived, Sept 21—Stmr Sierra Nevada, 54 hoars from Columbia river,
Sept 22—Bark Ethan Allen, 22J days
from Honolulu.
Sailed 22—Brig Franklin Adams, Victoria.
Canadian Telegrams.
Montreal, Sept 12.—The new Minister of Finance is the Hon Mr Holland, who nlso retains the portfolio us
Post niastcr-G enera 1.
The cavalry coming out to Canada are
not taking their horses with them, so
that fresh ones will have to be brought
here, tine thousand have been, ordered
for them, but ns it will take time to get
suitable animals and train them, the coining cavalry will not be effective for two
or three weeks after their arrival.
M. Montholon, French Minister to the
United States, (?) is looked for in a day
or two.
A United States Consular Agency has
beeu established at the Capital (Ottawa )
The frontiers along Mississqaoi and
Huntington are considered the most open
to attack, and new gunboats are posted
special ffotlce*.
Mn. 7.1.1 beirs to announce to th° inriabll.
ants ot Victoria that he ban lately received a
large ailortment ot  Children's Unrrlages aod
'.'hairs, Fishing H.iskels and PUbillg Ciines,
tnd a large quantity of Market and IrttVe lint;
llnskels, China V.t>es, fancy Goods and Toys,
ad cl wliicli Imve to be soil on or betore
■'ebruury next at ar*Mily reduced prices
Goods sold at wholesale lor cost puces.     *
RtHOTiL.—Messrs. Solomon Urns, hare removed to the two-story brick building on
Government mreet, oppoiita the St. Nicholas
Hotel. They have received, ex ship Mohawk,
from Lou Ion, a fine assortment of men's
cloth ng and underclothing, which they will
sell lower than any house in town. Give them
a call.  *
Alexandre's Gloves—Messrs. J. II. Turner
k Co., London House, have received to-day,
by   Express   from   Paris, a full  assortment of
lexandre'i famous kid gloves, for whieh
tliey are the sole agents iu Vancouver Island
nud Brlttlh Columbia. *
Mil. Diouv Palmeii requests that orders for
teaching, playing and tuning I'iaiofortes,and
for Instruction in Singing, mny be left wiih
Me-srs. Hibben k Carswell, Stationers and
Booksellers, Government street, or ut his residence, near the top of Port street. *
Actcmm Fjsiiio.vs. — Hre=s goods for
autumn, nnd hats lor the autumn season, of
the latest style, with feathers to mate', have
just b-en received at t'ie Loidom llousn,
Government street, in 40 days  from   Loudon.
FBIK0H Millinery—The mtlllnef] department at London House is now under the man*
agement of a lady who nrrived by last steam-
er from Paris.-J. II. TORN SB k Co. *
HoLLOWAT'l   Plttl Mullen    lid  BtWSl Ccttipltlnts.
—'Ih »»■ intI«nlet are aver preMot, to d If left mint-
tended frequently terminate f tnih. It sli-mld b*
everfwh ie ktmwn ttni hath cholera end dlairhoea de<
I'lind "ii the prelenes of seme undigested iutistanre in
the'stom ch or bowsls, or same d.l'terioui aiatei in
timbloo'l, and that   Ho!lowa>,e   rule can expel either
With e me and expedition. Tliey cane ntmle iu a flilr-
prtelnf degreepnrifytnf, alternative, reguU'l'iir ai.d
Rlretigllienit g qualities, atl.1 thus exert ever every in-
toned iir.au tlie wlkiltssoinely controlling loBoans* su
neeertsary f^t snbitiilnrf excasive action In the human
fr ire. Hellowiy'a fnOrtcine may be advanlajre-usly
tnken na a nienn . : I eeeim: the bl .o.l pare and Ilie
body rool—tlie on'y pr»ct(cfl-'le eliiu uf mi^ulainm
hen tli ill youlti, in inlined, ant old litre.
FACTS vs- THEORIES.
u Give me a place to rest ray lever on,"
says Archimedes, " and I will move the
world." -' Give me pure and unadulterated
drugs," says Medicus, of-the olden time,
" and I will cure disease."
Iu .ne sense, both of these learned pundits
were the veriest charlatans. They knew there
was no place to rest their lever on, either to
move the world or cure disease. Ueubanlim
was in a backward state, and the medical profession was but anothet name for sorcery,
and nil the adjuncts of un.gic filters and
eluirins o' the  '■ evil eye," ke-
Hut these Inner days have borne unto us
something more than even mperstliion and
its crew ever dreamt of in their in oldest phi-
loaophy. Io tbeaa days of practical science,
what was theory of yesterday ir laci to-day,
and all the old lime notion! become ns bubblei
in the sun, and burst uud break with every
breath we draw
Let Archimedes shoulder his lever and we
will Iind a resting place for it to move Ihe
world. LeL mine ancient Medicus pant nnd
mil no more lor the drugs lie so sorely needs,
lor we bave tbem at our hand, ever ruidy to
serve tbem et his berk.
Refined in tbe laboratory of Or. Kagilel,
ihe finest material! known iu the medical pro
iV-m-iii an- obtainable by any on*. His
llillmus, l)j peptic, and Diarrhoea Pills stand
unrivalled, and his Salve Operate! uithmagi-
eal effect upon bums, scalds, and ull sores and
ulcers of the skin
In fact, we think Maouul's Pills and Salv
are the wo der of tlii< century, and we are
nappy in the iboliuht that many others ot our
brethren of the cratt agree with us. We would
earnestly counsel that all families proiide
themselves with Or Maggiel's Prepaiadoni a'
once, and keep them ready nt hand, so as to
use them at the most opportune time and as
necasio" serve-.— VaHey  Sentinel
New  Advertisements.
Victoria Rifla Corps.
«   GENEP.AL   MEETING   Of   ALL MEM-
!\ hers of both companies of the Corps will
take place to-nlorrow evening (TUESDAY 1
Sept 25, at the New Piill Hall, Carswell's
Block, Port Street, nt 7::t0, to take into consideration the most appropriate mode of
tendering the acknowledgement! of thc Corps
to Captain Lnng on his retirement us Corn-
man tire Officer. T. L. WOOD,
SP24 ('apt. 2nd t'o'v.
CARRIAGE  PAINTINu
INT  ALL ITS BRAN CUES,
Yates Street,
Between Deluge Engine  House
and the International Hotel.
Work   solicited, and   done   on   the most
reasonable terms by
W. II. KEOHAN.
ie 2-1m
New AdvcriiKi'iii "iis.
Victoria Turn Vereiu.
ALL   HSUBlia  <'!' THB   ABOVI   IV-
ititaUoa * ho  i\ i-'i  i >
■
id i omraeoi la* a       hi     imp!
.Li:, DEI HBST,
nu'2'2- Turn.
New A'lvii lis. menti
LEATHER,   HARNESS,
Trunk Manufictory.
WM.  DAISY & CO
11TK TAKK Tl!1-; IMiK-tfNT W*PORTt*N-
* V Ity to thank our noose rout mi to men for
lbe 11 ben I ['airorniw'e bestowpri uimii us 'tu 1
io Inform them an.| the pnblj in genefe) thai
we Hre now rurryin^ on, in ftoahoctfon with
our LHATHEB HTORK, i e mannf*tiire of
HARNS>H of all deacrlptloni, alio TRUNKS
nml VAMS!',S. We hve conatanllj on band
a larjra aaiortroent of ISLAND TAXNK • Kll»,
CALK, IMUNKSS, 80LB, WELT, STRING
mid GIUIN* LRATHRft) nl?" \ central hb-
sortrnont of BHOifM \Ki:lt*s FIND N08,
I'iirtic3 requiring (Uiythinjj in our Hue
should xivv m u ni 1, it. w; will iapply tbem
rhtmper limn uny bouse norib ol -San Francisco.
BELTING   MADE  TO   ORDER.
Terms*   C?a.ah«
Wm,   Dalby   &  Co.,
Yaten iireet, Victoria, V I.
August 2 th. I«>1';. sp :o
Ihe Only Su~e W:ty to Save lh©
Country !
I- tO t iTRONIZI
fAMERO> s   ISLAND   PRODUCB
1 No.  18  Fei Un,   Baal'i
i v\MH.l'.\s AXD HOTBt, KBEPBBfl WILL
1    find Rlwayi ua  baad (rttb, cboap. au<i
1-1 hi.l Vi • Fruit,
Iiland V - li an.! 'linn" o|" u|| *,rta,
and Butter,
.1 'to oriler,
lilaud Poultry, tc, tc., 4c.
N. II.—I hereby makt kaown to the publlo
that, baviujt m emaati with cartalu
iilaad funnel- to ull their pi          .1 n
from t'li- date prepared ti tell  ibeaper thau
niiv t'liitiaiouu peddler tbat ever ute rice—
•■ Bo walk ou. John !''
Augu-t tTtb,  lM66. ft 17-lm
OLYMPIA  OYSTERS
IX   EVERY  si\'LE  AT
A.   Wt   PIPER'S,
and int:
Best Welsh Rarebits
O N    T II E    ISL A N I).
pc 19  -
For Sale Ex Camden,
lloslrtler, Coclter, and AnjO'fnra ElUer?,
Or.rgiin rider In bbls. and eaiei,
i lur. t In casks, half-tasks and cases,
Sniiirrne nnd I iililunilu White U'hir,
French llcohol 90 O.P.,
lug. I liquet, tluniDi and Eollengcr Cham-
pupuf,
Hnd  in    lore an   assortment  or rrnnly
.•mil l,i(|tior- milublr lor tlic i'r.ide.
tvexy Depot of Havana Cigars.
EUGENE THOMAS,
se 6 Vntfs street.
XiTJ^CBEI^
I..Mini-:   ASSORTMENT   OF   ROUGH
VLAKUtS   ASSUKTMBN
ami ilri'.-.-i'.l for tale ch
.1   ROBERTSON STEWART.
Victoria, V. I., -'".li August, 1866 ie 21
eap,
CHAMPAGNE!
NAPOLEON'S CABINET
BOUCHE.
1\:K   I1AVI-:   APPOINTED  MBSSRS.
V\   QRELLB7  &   PITERRE, of VI
SOLE    AGENTS
—FUR —
Vancouver   Island and   Tritish
Columbia-
Of our uboTe-nnmcd Wiues.
B uche   Fils  &  Co.,
at -Mnrcuil-cur-Ay,
se 19 Chumprtgnr, Frnnce.
NOTICE.
ILL   PERSONS   HA VINT.   CLMMS
.V agtlQBt the undersignnfl are requested to
prepent iherp witb in 30 il.u- 1'rom date.
AH persona indebted to th • anderaiKned nro
requested to settle their accounts within 30
dnys B'ther by uoto or otherwise, or they wil
lie g Yen to my Attorney for collection, us I
intend t>> Imve for Europe.
se IG lm J. W. KEYSEtt.
JSTOTIOE,
MARTIN    BROS.,
IMPORTERS OF
Groceries and Frovisions,
FIREPROOF BUILDING,
LATELY OCCUPIED BY L'HOTELIER £ Co,
WHABP       STREET.
f* 6
JF03R,
t=3
A-T-j^I
Two O R O V E R k ll A K E It S BWING
MACHINES, for heavy work: one
Sinner's Machine, Xo. 2. l'ur line and heavy
work.
All the good, pertaining to the business,
Including cotton ^im<i-. ticking, pulu, and
other goudi too Damerooi 100 mention.
The nliote will be sold for less than cost
wiiiiin :j'j duys.
Teuns—Cash or approved Notes.
—ALSO-
The entire s'ock of Crockery, Hardware,
Ft.ruilurc, Fancy Goods, ke,, on the same
tcrmi us above.
All good! unsold after 80 days will be sold
at auction. *
se 16-lm 3. W. KETSKE.
LINCOLN   HOUSE!
Cor- Washington anJ Front sts,
PORTLAND, OttEGOJf.
BT. V. MATTHIEiSEff,
Of  the   St.   Nicholas   Hotel,   Victoria,
HAVING TAKEN THE AI10VB HOUSE,
wiilie! to announce to the public that ho
li now ptepared to accomodate gueits lu d
iitlifactory manner. No bit:: will bo k-ft undone, which l! iu the power of the proprietor
to '1". to render guegi! comfortable.
Portland, Auguit ^tth, lsOi; ec 14
Dissolution   of  Partnership.
NOTICE.
inE PARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE EX-
I   Uthfg between   Thomas   Napier   Hibben
and Jame! Carswell  undsr the nam'1 or firm
nf Hibben .V Carswell, has been  this day dis-
bolted i.v mutual cotftai t.
The ouslnesi will lu future  he  carried   on
by Mr. T. N   Hibben   who W 11  pay   ami   receive all money due  to  or .owing by the lata
firm
Hated this l.ith day nf September 1868.
THOMAS NAI'IKI! HIBBEN,
JAMES CARSWELL.
Witness  to  tho signature of Thomas Napier
llild.cn.
Geohi i Pbabrbs,
Solii Itor, Victoria, V. I.
Witness to tbo Signature of James Carswell,
Ri si rt Bismol*,
Sollcl'.or, Victoria, V. I,
se 1.1-1 m
XJJS11VEJISITY
WASHINGTON TEKRJTORY
'IM1IS INSTITUTION  WILL REOPEN OM
J    the 17th in-t.    Pupils  "1  both  sexes re-
H bo a 111 l"' i ipectod to lurnish their
own rooms, which are protldod   In   soparatv
.
Tin-   Bxpemo   ol   Boarding  and  Tuition,
a i hont Incidentals, v, [11  not ev
i|iiurtir of 11 weeks, | n ibis in advance.
For turtlier Information ftddreM
KEV. GEO. !-. WHITWORTH,
President.
Sentt'e. tV. T.. Sep!    I   !. 1866. sc 11
Queen Charlotte Coil Mining Co.
(LIMITED.)
Notice   cf Assessment.
VT A MEETING OF DIRECTORS OF THK
above Company held this day the following resolution was passed :—
'■ That an Assessment of Sixpence sterling
per Miare on A shares I e now made, payable
to the Secretary at the office of ihe t'ompany,
op or before the 29th in«t., between the hours
of II A. M. und 2 1\,M. divily."
J. S. WILLIS,
Corner Broad and Trounce sts. 1 y
September 6th, 1866.       / becmarJ''
se 7-td
UNANIMOUS
NOJHNATION!
OF
Deluge Engine Company
FOR
Assistant  E n £ i n eer,
T. J. BURNER ************
(Binning   Ctltgniplj.
WONHAV   EVENINO,  SEI'T. it, 1H6C.
Tin:   IBWf.
New Ailvci'iistMiiiiiis.
The Foolish papers received liy tlic
Rparrowhuwk arc up lo the .'itli of Aug-
u-t. The Union Hill, or ns it is termed
the Blitllb Columbia!! BUI, bid olitui:ietl
tlie royal sanction, so that it is now Inw.
It may bc [nitrating to our n-tnlcrs to
know the lateral which il felt in these
colonies hy the men who guide tho destinies of the Ilriiish Finpire. During the
TorioiiB stugcs of this bill in tho House of
Commons and House of Lords, there wus
not n single member lo stand up in de*
fence of the people of either colony, or
in defence of that principle which only
the debased Englishman can ignore—the
principle of self-government. Hud wc
beeu a herd of cattle we could not have
received less consideration—indeed we
would lnvo received more, if we might
judge by the amount of interest thut wus
taken by noble lords and members of
both Houses generally the present year
in tho quadrupeds which supply the
"roast beef of old England."
The Confederation scheme, which tho
telegraph nnuounccd a little while ago to
be consummated by Jmperiul enactment,
turns out to be still a thing of the fancy.
The English Government did nothing with
it whatever the present session. Nextyenr
it ie to be taken " under consideration."
Next year ! The term has ruined nations
as weB as projeets before now. Next
year may, and no doubt will witness
events tbat will put Confederation out of
tbe que-tion. People's destinies are not
now to be decided by tbe namby-pamby
"next year'' statesmen. The following
is the manner in which tho question was
dealt with by the Government:—"The
Earl A Carnarvon, iu reply to Lord Lyvo-
den "bore testimony to the loyalty and
patriotism displayed by the inhabitants ol
the British colonics in North Aiuerict,
and said that the question or thou federation bad been long and anxiously considered, but it was not until two years
ago thut it had assumed a practical shape.
The delegates of tho different colonics
had at last settled the basis of a scheme,
and about a fortnight ago their proposals
were finally sent lo the Colonial Office,
end the sanction of tho Imperial Government and Legislature nsliod. Tbe scheme
had been most elaborately discussed, and
ns tliere had been many difficulties to
overcome, they hud necessarily luken a
long tiine. Her Majesty's Goverumont
would do all iu their power to Forward the
wishes of the colonies a? far ns consistent
with the interests nnd policy of the mother
country. Tlie matter was, however, so
important, that it Vas impossible for her
Majesty's Government or the Imperial
Parliament to take it into consideration
during tho short period which now te-
mained of the session."
From Canada we learn thit Mr. Gtilt,
the Finance Minister, has resigned. The
immediate cause of the step wus the withdrawal by the Government of the School
bill which Mr. Gait had pledged himself
to support ; but tbe condition of the Canadian finances hnd, we believe, very
much to do with the gentleman's resignation. The School Bill, however, created
very general indignation throughout Upper
Canada, and it was this power that
forced the Administration to withdruw
the bill. The following were some of its
obnoxious clauses, as given by the Globe :
"The common schools of Upper Canada,
which are thoroughly uusectarian, are to
be placed on the same footing as the
schools of Lower Canada, which are
avowedly sectarian. Our schools which
are so constituted as to serve all creeds,
are to be regarded in the same light as
the Lower Canada schools, which are so
constituted as to serve only one particular
crted. In Upper Canada, Roman Catholic teachers aud scholars have the same
advantages in the common schools as
others; but, in Lower Canada, the Roman
Catholics have the exclusive use of the
schools, and yet tbe minority in Upper
Canada is to bave as great and greater
privileges tban in Lower Canada. We,
who invite all to the common schools, and
treat all alike, get no more consideration
than tbo Lower Canada majority who
monopolize the schools, and force tbe
minority to seek education elsewhere."
\rICTOIiIA_Tl 111 AIRE
L. E O T U H E
IH  AID OF TIIK
FIRE   DEPARTMENT
riMIE F1IIE nEPAHTHENT BM LEAVE
1 in notify the pa bile of Victoria thai Hi,
I.Kdll   HARNETT,  of San  Francisco, has
kindly ciinse.iieil In de iter a Lecture in aid
of the (iinenil Fund, whieh is al prtMnl in
such a condition lhatwc nre iinilile tn nicel
our current eipetnSS.      It is tO he  hoped Ihnt
ilie citizens of Victoria, who havi  so inanv
Conner times shown tlo ir liheral spirit, will
not on this occasion allow this appeal to he
made iu vuin.
OX WEDNESDAY EVMG SEPT. 20.
Mr. Legh Harnett
Will deliver
A.      LECTXJUE
At tho
VICTORIA    THEATRE
—IN-
AID   OF   TIIE   FUNDS
OF  TUB
YICTOKIA FIBS DEPARTMENT
bUBJECT:
" The Genius ol Lngland and America.''
His  Worship  Mnyor  Franklin   bas  kindly
consented to preside.
Tickets, 50 cts ;   Reserved SeXts, 75 els
Box office will be open at 10 a.m. on Tuesday
Morning tho 25th   inst.
The Chairwill l»c taken at 1\ p.m. precisely.
se 24-td
Chronicle  copy
On y Farle Francais.
NOUS    LE     PATRONAGE    DLSTINGCE    MIL0I1D
JONNIBULL.
Maison de Bout Loae,    ^
Rue Johnson, Neptemhro, istiti. I
MONSIEUR IiERTHELICMV DE RIIAM
a l'lionneur d'informer ses amis ct le
publique, that he still continues to make the
largest bread in town. His Bully Loaves
arc s dd
Trois pour un quart, Bonne qualite.
Try it and bc convinced,
[t.e (larihoo Sentinel et les Journal de la Cour
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Aultralian Steamer Lost—The Sydney
Herald of July 14th gives an account of the
total loss, with all hands, of the steamer
Cawarra near Newcastle, Australia, on tbe
lltb.
An Appeal   to  tlie Citizens of
Vic'orh, V-1.
'I'HE CONGREGATION EMANU-EL OF
i Victoria, V. I., in meeting assembled, this
dav, .Saturday, Sept. 22d, 180G,
Resolved, That the aid of our Fellow Citizens of all Denominations he solicited through
the following authorized and duly appointed
Committee. And that such Committee endeavor, by every means in their power, to
raise funds whereby part of the debt or mortgage on the J-ii.elitisli Synagogue may he
cancelled. Knowing the liheral views nnd
generosity of the citizens of Victoria, ihe congregation has not the Slightest doubt (making
due allowance for the dull;.ess of the Bcason)
that their appeal will meet with that response
which the exigency of the ense requires.
A. JACOBS, President.
L. ANTnONY, Secretary.
II. M. COHEN',
LEWI- LEWIS,
D. NHIRPSER,
J. W. KEYSER,     '
ec2i Committee on Subscription.
NOUVEAUTES
DF.   L'AUTOMXE   ET   D'llIVER.
J. II. TURNER ET CIE.,
Out l'lionneur d'informer leurs
amies et le public quil viennes do
recevoir un assortiment do Nouve-
autes de Modes des Meillcurs liaisons de Paris.
MAISON DE LONDRES.
Septembre, 1866. sc23
New  Advertisements.
GRAND PROMENADE
New  Goods
CONCERT! - «°-™
THOS. WILSON & CO.,
Government House,
ON
Tuesday Next- Sept. 26.
AT   9   |-1   O'CLOCK,
I'NDEIt   TIIK   lsITi IAI.   riTHOXAliE OI"
BIS EICELLHCT TII MVI1MI
—inn—
Mrs and tbe Misses Kennedy,
ADMIRAL  AND   MRS. DENMAN,
THI
Office's of H. M- Ships, etc.
On which occasion
The Band of H- M. S. Sutlej, The Band
of the Volunteer Corps, and I other
Artistes will appear.
TICKETS ONE DOLLAR—Mny be procured of T. N. Hibben k I o., Booksellers,
Government street.
Bgy* The proceeds will be applied to the
Funds of the V. It Corns. se 23-td
STRAYED   AWAY.
A  BLACK   AND   TAN   TERRIER
Dog nbout nine months old nnd of
good medium size, with light  spots
on  h'° fore feet.    Whoever will return it to
the owner will be liberal); rewarded.
JESSE  COWPHB,
ee23 Boot and Shoe Store, Yates st.
Invito  attention   to   tin ir
[few Hock   ot  WINTER
i. O O II s just arrived l»>
Royal Tar from London,
coniisting   or
FLAN N KLS—Wki.su—Twilled Saxony
I'liiin uud Fancy Colors
DITTO — Canton — White   »ud   Un-
bleuchtd
BLANKBTS--All sizes
BALMORAL SKIRTS
FRENCH  MERINOS—In all colon
 ALSO —
Hoyles' Prints, Horrockses' Long Cloths,
Linen and Cotton Ticks, Sheetings,
Quilts, Drugget Squares, Green Baize,
Hollands, American Leather Cloth,
—AND—
A General Assortment of Goods suitable for
the Autumn aud Winter.
Tho?.   Wilson &   Co.,
MASONIC BUILDING,
».iili;ltttli;\T   STREET.
se 20
SAN   FRANCISCO
OYSTER  SALOON !
Government   street,
Between Gns Keyset's and W. Wilson's
THE UNDERSIGNED, IN VIEW OF TIIE
t4 Good 'I'init's " folks' said were coming,
has OPENED thc above premises, and intends
to Ol'EN TIIE BEST OYSTERS tho market
furnishes.    Ti.cy will bo
14 to a s t «' »l
Fried
Stewed
In or Out of tbe Shell
JJgy* Open at ull hours.
se 23-1m
J. B. BUELL.
Chains and Anchors.
TWENTY  TONS  CHAIN
Short Liuiced and proved from J to I
AND
ANCHORS,
From 20 to 800 pounds.
For Sale by
I'EI'EB M'QUADE,
se 2?, Wharf street, Victoria.
^eimiov-ajl,.
W.  HEATH OM
BEGS LEAVE TO INFORM HIS
Iriends and thc nublic that he has
removed his
Boot and Shoe Store
To Government STIIEET, two dnors from the
"Colonist and Chronicle" Office, where he
will continue his Buot Making business.
BOOTS AND SH0E3 MADE TO ORDER
Of the best materials and workmanship,
N.B.—Repairing done at shortest notice.
se J3
Attention, Fire Eepartment,!
IN CONFORMITY WITH   SECTION   11  of
the Fircmen'B Protection Act, 1H01, notice
is hereby given   that  an election of two duly
qualified persons to fill  the respective offices
of Chief and  Assistant  Engineer of ihe Vic-
t ria Department tor the saining year will be
held at the Hou c of tbe  Deluge Engine Co.
No. 1, Monday the 1st day of October next, at
10 o'clock in thc forenoon.     The Poll will b-j
closed i)t 4 o'clock p.m.
By older
S. L.   KELLY, President V.F.D.
E. C. HOLDEN, lion. Sec. V.F.D.
se 20
Cow For Sale
A COW (AND CALF SIX WEEKS OLD),
warranted perfectly  gentle.     Price $55.
Also, a young Meer,
Apply to
sc20 G. NIAS, James Bay.
Queen Charlotte Coal
Mining Company (Lim.)
Notice   of   Keeting.
AN EXTRAORDINARY GENERAL MEET-
ing of .shareholders of this Company will
be held in the oflice of the Company, City
Council   Cbnmbers,   oh   Friday   the 28th of
September, 1800, at one o'clock.
Business To confirm tho special resolutions passed ut a meeting held August 2*1 h,
18li(!, and other bu-incss which mny come
legitimately before the snid meeting.
J. 8. WILLIS,
scl3 Secretary.
FOR     SALE,
5©
A GOOD MARE (IN FOAL), WITH YEAR-
ling colt   by   her   side.    Will work in
single or double harness.
Apply at the
Office of the Evening Telegraph,
LANGLEY  STREET.
ic9
J. H- Turner & Co.
GOVERNMENT STREET,
VICTORIA, V. I.
LONDON   FIRM,
J. P. Tunstall & Oo
LONDON    HOUSE,
September, 1866.
We have received by " Royal Tar" and late Express arrivals a
great part of our Autumn and Winter Stock. It comprises as usual a
full assortment of Staple and Fancy Goods.
Linens, Cottons, Prints, Damasks,
Blankets, Flannels, &c,
Dbbbs Goods, The New Linseys, Serges, Merinos,
Poplines, Plaids, <&c.
Shawls—Rich Broche, "Wool, Himalayan, &c,
Ladies' and Children's Underclothing,
Mantles, Furs, Hosiery, Embroideries, Lace
Goods, &g.
Millinery,- Wreaths, Heatl  Dresses, a beautiful selection
.       of Bonnets in the Lamballe, Pamela, and other new
shapes;  Hats in silk, velvet, and straw.
This department is now wider the direction of a First Class French
Milliner, who arrived by last steamer.
The above goods have been selected by our London partner with great
care, and will be sold on most favorable terms.
J.   H.   Turner   &   Oo.,
se 21 Agents for Alexandre's KidGloveB.
THURSDAY
REAL  ESTATE
SALE OP
FIRST - OIL. AS9
CITY  PROPERTY!
Sales   Positive — Titles
Guaranteed.
J.P.Davies&Co.
Are instructed by tbe  Mortgagees
TO SELL  AT PUBLIC  AUCTION
At  S al es r oom,
WIIAKF STREET,
Thursday, Sept! 27th,
-     AT 12 O'CLOCK, SHARP,
ALL   THOSE   pieces   or parcel's of
lund   in   the   town   of Victoria, V. I.,
situate on Fort street, and bounded as
follows : Degitiiiuing nt n point ou the
northerly side of Fort street, 180 feet
east from Ihe corner of Blanehnrd and
Fort streets ; thenco northwardly at right
angles 120 feet ; Ibence westwardly 30
feet ; thence southwardly 120feet; thence
eastwardly to tbe pluce of beginning,
being the easterly half of town lot (286)
two hundred and eighty-six, together
with all improvements thereoo, comprising the double fiontage store,
twenty-two feet front, together with the
fivo roomed Dwelling House, lathed ami
plastered tbroughont and papered onr
plaster ; large kitchen 25 hy 14 feet ; fine
fruit and vegetable garden in the rear,
and large Gate Entrance on Fort street.
This property was latel) rented as a piano
store to Mr. Ungual at the low rental of
Twenty Dollars per month. For further
particulars apply to JOHN COPLAND,
i sq , Attorney-at'law, Bastion street.
ALSO, FOR SAME ACCOUNT
JAMES BAY BREWERY
—AND—
IPX, -A.3STT.
ALL THOSE pieces or parcels of land
in the town of Victoria, V I., situate and
known ou the official map of the same as
Town Lots Nos. 1733 aud 1734, having
a frontage of 66 feet each on Michigan
street, James Bay, by a depth of 165
feet, tbe two lots'making half on acre ;
together with all improvements thereon,
which comprise the four roomed Cottage
residence, three stall Stable and Coach'
house, fine Fruit and Vegetable Garden,
and one of the best brick Wells in the
colony, 78 feet deep, with large force
pump, the well bringing in a rental of
TEN DOLLARS PER MONTH.
The Brewery Comprises
Brewhonse, large Copper, resling on brick
arch, Mash and Malt Tubs, Underback
Cooler, Brick Cellar, Malt Room, with
work round, Malt House, with brick floor,
Brick Malt Kiln, witb flues complete, also
large Bottling House.
tSUMichigan street is one of the best
macadamised streets on the Island.
JQTThe Brewery and Plant, are complete in every respect and capable of supplying both colonies.
This property is well worthy the atten'
tion of intending buyers.
ACTS OF SALE AT BUYERS' EXPENSE.
ft 17
J. P. DAVIES, It CO.,
Auctioneers.

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