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 , Williams Creek, R C.v Thursday, August 1, 1867,  No. 26.  TELEGRAPHIC.  Wm  EfljQ  I  H  im  M  1  Bill  mm  p  ESSasa  ���������  ���������    [From the Colonist and Chronicle.]  Toronto, July 9.���������General   Slested was  . -sworn in as General of the army yesterday.  Some Fenian convicts will be pardoned in  honor of the Union, including Rev. Mr. Mo  Mabon. .  Berlin, July a���������The States of the North  'German Confederation have accepted the  Russian pian.of.tariff.   . '���������* y- ^  ParisV July 91��������� Pbnsod, the dramatist, died  to-day.  It. is said Napoleon charges the Church party with tho death of Maximilian.  London, July 9. -The' Government announces that the penny stamp system between  America and England will be put in operation January 1st.  In the House /of Lords this  evening, Earl  Derby denounced the action of the Mexicans  '"'- in Vexecnting'-'Max There ^m^'no  discussions as to what course the English  Government intends to adopt.  The Sultan has accepted tbe invitation of  the Emperor of Austria, arid will return to  Constantinople by way of Vienna. He will  ���������remain a week as the guest of the Emperor..  Arrangements are perfected between the  King of Prussia and the Sovereigns ��������� of the  'South German States.  London, July -10.���������An Imperial note has  'been'received from the  Russian Cabinet in  ���������regard to Ireland.   It is addressed to theRus^  :sian Ambassadors in the United Slates and  France, who are requested to Oali. the attention of those Governments to , the existing  :state Of affairs in Ireland.   They are instructed to. report that in the/opinion of the Russian Cabinet the condition of affairs in that island call'for amelioration,to umkejoint enquiries on tlie part of the Governments of Russia,  France, and the United States, in connection  with that of England.'  London, July 12.���������The Sultan was received  at Dover by the Prince of Walcsj acting for  the Queen, and the Sovereign.of Egypt, was  * esco r ted to Lon don, wh ere they met an u n-  ���������; usually b'rilliantl'eeeptiotr. ^ThOraiirbad> stations were richly decorated, streets spanned  by festoons of flowers.   The entire route of  procession was guarded by unbroken lines of  troops.   A dense -mass   of spectators Was  along the streets,���������who.shouteil welcome and  gave other signs of enthusiasm.    The Sultan  will be quartered at the Royal residence.  London reports from Vienna say that serious disturbances have broken out in Galli-  ;cia, and Austrian troops sent to quell tbem  ���������have been repulsed by the rioters.  Washington, July 12.���������Arrangements have  been completed between the United States  Postoffice and that of Eugland, reducing post-'  age for letters to 12 cents, aud for other mail  ^matter, newspapers, etc., 6 cents per -loz. The  ���������details of the treaty are elaborate and embrace many important changes in the existing  'relations.   .   -      ��������� '  Chicago, July's.���������Private despatches state  that libe Indians .attacked a company of  soldiers "-hear Fort Wallace, and killed one  hundred. Two companies occupying Fort  Danger were captured. ,  New York, July 11.���������The Chronicle says  that the reciprocity treaty just negotiated  With the Sandwich Islands, secures important  advantages to the United States, over other  nations. It will be sent to the Senate next  session. The treaty'goes into effect the 'tenth  day after the ratification' being accepted, by  competent authorities/'.'.it is believed that  this is the first'; step towards acquiring the  islands. The Boston Journal says that the  treaty insures the Pacific States sugar, molasses, coffee, meat, vegetables, and other articles of domestic produce, at lower rates,  and duty free.. So says the World7s special*.  Washington, June 12.���������The reconstruction  bill, with some slight amendments, passed the  Senate by a vote of thirty-two to six. The  House refuses to concede, and has called for  a committee ot compliance. A resolution  was passed in the Senate for adjournment till  November 13th.  Detroit, July 13.-r-The State Supreme.  Court has.decided that telegraph companies  are not responsible.for errors iu the transmission of messages, .unless the terms of the  printed blanks are complied with respecting  repeated messages, insurances, etc. They  are not regarded as common carriers. .  New Orleans, July 11.���������The Mexican consuls say that Jaurea and his cabinet left for  the capital on the first of July, and that he  would bo received1 with great'pomp, as the  ler of the republic. f  San Francisco. July 14���������The captain of  tbo bark Constitution, which arrived yesterday from Port Gamble, reports having been  visited at sea by a boat from the brig Anna  Sanderson, on tbe 11th of July. .The brig  was ninety-one days, out from Sydney, and  had run short of provisions. The captain of  the bark supplied their wants.   :  New York, July 1.5.���������The Herald's Buenos  Ayres correspondent says that the cholera has  disappeared. The e'p idem ic earned off about  sixteen thousand people in forty days.  The World's special says that tlie English  and French commanders of the Pacific squadrons, te mo nstrate against a Yankee war ship  being stationed at the Sandwich Islands. The  government has not withdrawn her, but has  ordered another to join her. A strong Pacific  interest is pressing the ratification of the  Sandwich Islands' treaty, at this session.  Seward publishes a letter from the Ameri-  -Ciiwi-resWiKigrtti-ir������M?k*, \rAr, ��������� dtt<e������ ��������� A-prtl.;  20th, congratulating the country on the.purchase of Alaska. The names are beaded by  the American Consul, Allen Francis, Esq.  St, Petersburg. July 14.���������The official journal pronounces the Russian note in regard -to  Ireland, published in the English papers, a  sheer fabrication.  Bokhara despatches say that the Russian  troops stormed the entrenched camp at Kok-  hand, in : Bokhara,. and obtained a great  victory.   '.  Paris, July 15.���������The great regatta during  the past week, closed on Saturday. . The Western Club, from, St. John, N. B., rowing four-  oared boats, won two international prizes,  competing with three Oxford, and two London boats, of the same class.  The Herald's Paris correspondent says, that  under the decision of the recent monetary  conference, it is understood that the United  States will reduce the value of the gold doi;  lar to five francs, and that France will coin  pieces of the value of twenty-five francs.  England, by a slight reduction in the value of  the sovereign..will bring it to tbe same standard ; thus virtually making the American  dollar the unit for gold.  Dublin, July 15.���������Reports from the county  of Mayo and the adjoining district ofConne-  mara, representing the destitution and suffering among the inhabitants, as in the extreme  form of famine.  'London, July 15.���������-A prominent Fenian,  supposed to be General Farrell. was arrested  in this city last night, and sent to Dublin for  trial.  In the House of Commons, last evening,  the Reform Bill was ordered to tlie third  reading.  The government denies that any troops  have been sent to Abyssinia, to rescue the  English captires ; but asks for authority to.  employ Sepoys for the expedition.  Paris, July 15.���������The trial of Berigowski,  for the attempt to assassinate the Czar, resulted iu a verdict of guilty, with extenuating circumstances.  Berlin, July 15���������The Prussian government  is taking steps towards the formation of a  fleet in the Baltic sea.  The king is about to send an envoy to  Washington to make a new postal treaty.  Paris, July 15.���������Since the capture of the  city of Mexico, nothing has been heard of  Dano, tbe French Minister. Napoleon has  announced his intention to send a strong fleet  to Vera Cruz, retake Dano. and resent the  indignity, if any has been offered.  Souper, the Secretary of State, has officially  notified the Corps Leg-islatif that the American government has refused to surrender the  fraudulent bankrupt Oliver ; and states that  unless liberal reform was realized, war was  the inevitable result. (?) ,     .  New York, July ^ 10.���������Tbo .Anglo-Indian  Telegraph Company is organizing, with a capital of one million pounds, for a line of telegraph by the overland route, with extension  to India, Suez, Singapore, China and Australia,  The French minister at Mexico was peremptorily refused a passport, and forbidden  to leave the country. The authorities informed him that Mexico had an account to  settle with France, and if it was not promptly  adjusted, Mexico would proceed against the  property of French subjects, throughout the  republic.  NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.  THE "CARIBOO SENTINEL"  THE STOCK 'OF THIS  OFFICE   HAVING  BEEN  considerably augmented hy the recent importation  of a variety of new Ornamental Typo, peculiarly suited  tor ;. . .  ;^. Posters, Circulars, Cards. '.'������������������'.      ;.  Billheads, Programmes for   ������  Bails, Concerts, and    ���������'.     .'..���������  Theatrical Entertainment's.  Orders for any description otfob Work will be\ekei  cutcd with neatness and despalchi; -. .. .,- ', --���������;'���������.  ' JSST Terms moderate,  R  'i :.&   "     *     __   A.--MoPhersoiiv  T C H m A KE  ��������� A3?l> ���������"���������  r:-..x.:.-..J...^cuJW" E Ii.Xi.Jrjl.I3.^ :_ ..._  AT E.  IIODGENS' OLD   STAND.  Barkervil I e," 1 st May, 1807. *    . i -s .  NEW; ADVERTISEMENTS.  !   ������  P ii  u  Th.6  GarilDOo   Sentinel,^.  SEMftWSEKLy 'PAPER.  Published "Evert Mo.viuy   and Thursday-,  .  fi':  '���������!  ���������...,. ||  ALLAN & CO., Proprietors.' y  Offioe^BARKERVILLE, Williams Crsek, Cakiboo.  .    Subscription, $1 per "Week.  (including cost of. delivery,),. Pay able  to the Carrier.  F. V. LEE,  -Auctioneer, Collector,  ��������� AM) ���������  MINING    AGENT.', 'p  Goods sold on Commission; ��������� Okfice,���������'. Richflohi.���������  'Sai.kp.rqom, Barkerville.   'I. "   5s -  .   L1SCTJYER & LRBRUN, -PROpniBTORS,   ;  ARE READY TO ACCOMMODATE.EVERY ONE IN  the abovo Establishment.;  ..     GOOD PARR AND "GOOD BED3I  Barkerville, 27th fttay, 1867. ���������'' 7-s  CIVIL ENGINEER  E. STEPHENS,  SURVEYOR.  HA WO  TAKEN   AN .OFFICE- Itt: RICHFIELD,  ,. Wjjliams Creek/ is. prcpand'to "c^^uTe^urvGy^,"  Plans, Levels, Sections, &.c;-, &c, committed to his  charge, with -care.' despatch, and on REASONABLE  TERMS. :���������'  3 -JOQr-Ofiico,'centre of Richfield. ������^i      ���������  CarilDOO Literary Institute  j. S. THOMPSON, PmbENT';  JAMES ANDERSON, V|Cii-PRESlD3XT.  JOHN MacLAREN.      )  JOSEPH CLEARIHUE, [ DiRECrok3,  JOSEPH P;UiK;  THIS INSTITUTION IS NOW OPEN AT BARKER*  ville, whore it is now fitted up with a view to the  comfort and convenience of the people of.Cariboo.  The Reading Room will ho found supplied with tho  latest English, Scottish, Canadian, American and Colonial Papers aud Magazines.  Terms of Subscription���������$5 per Quarter, or $2 per  Month. Single volumes loaned to non-subscribers at  50 cents per volume, with $1 deposit.  Persons not subscribers, visiting the Reading Room,  and making uso of tho Books and Papers, 25 cents for  each visit.  The Room win bo open from TEN, A. JLi till TEN,  P. M. JOHN BOWRON,  . Secretary and Librarian.  N. B ���������A One assortment of Books and Stationery is  always kept for sale, . 13-8  ams, Pearcy & Co.**  BARKERVILLE,  ��������� Have j list received a choice selection of  CAST IRON COOKING STOVES  TIN   PLATE  AND   SHEET  IRON*  with various other articles In their line of trade.,  jjg*:Ali Jobbing in the Tin, Shcor Iron, Copper and   !  Zinc trade attended io, and warranted to give satisfac^  lion. '���������' '���������'; ���������'      1  ?.  WAKE-UP-JAKE  e s t a ii r a n t, B a k e r y������  ��������� ��������� ^.i     * ������������������':���������.  .   ;.���������;.:������������������ . BARICERVILLE,,    .  . yPATERSON."& GOODSON, PRonuETORs;  N  ANNOUNCING THE   RE-OPENING' OF THIS,  house for the season, the proprietors wish to in;-  .     II,,.;.   Vmiiiv.-Ai.'.':.'.A   lltA   n������hlin-ffft-������.-.l'ul1ll   ���������  t ll C, t.   1.11 Qt? .  Meals at all hours.  ;���������?..:  BRITISH COLUMBIA     y  VICTORIA   EXPRESS,  . <...  Connecting at Victoria with WELLS, PARGO.& CO.-,  for California. Oregon, the Atlantic States  and Europe.;.  AND AT YALE AND. LILLOOET WITH BARNARD'S'"  CARIBOO EXPRESS,  For Big Bend, Cariboo and tho Northern Mines,  Conveying Treasure, Valuables, Letters, Packages and  Parcels. -  1-s  T  BARNARD'S STAGES WILL LEAVE YALE EVERY-;  With H. M. kails,. Express 'and Passengers?, ������������������ for  Lytton, Clinton, Soda Crock, Qucsnellc and Barkerville, with branches to Savana'.s Ferry and Lillooet.  Barnard's 'Express' carries Letters7, treiisure. Valuables, and Express Freight lo Big Bend, Cariboo  and wav stations.  T. N. HIBBEN & CO.  tniil*    FORWARD    PROin^TLT,    AT    MODERATE    TER32^  English-,   American, ������������������:   "  French,   G-erman,  And other Newspapers and Periodicals.  Subscriptions, adding Postage, payable i.v Adyaxcib  15th May, 18C7. '     . 4-3m  QUESNELMOUTH ADVERTISEMENTS.  otice;  FARE TO SODA CREEK,  FARE TO BARKERVILLE, _*.. ���������    y  (Exclusive of Steamer's fare.)  - NEW.. TIN SHOP.  SG0  $So  1-s .  ������g������*.Thc great demand for Fell's Coffee  in the mining districts, has brought into existence  ninny spurious imitations, hut the Intelligence of the  mining population U Fell & Co. 's guarantee.  /pHE UNDERSIGNED have commenced in the above  1 business next door to MunciorfPs stables, Barker  ville, and solicit a share of public patronage.  GAST    IRON  STOVES  Always on hand.  New Work  and Jobteng  Done at reasonable rates.  j&SrOur Teams run regularly between Yale and  Cariboo and itfl orders in our liuo of business carefully  attended t0\,  ^���������  1-s    . E PEARSON & BROS.  ej$ T E,-;H;,3p;;E;  wax run as Follows ���������:  LEAVES  QUESNELlilbTJTH  ON  Thursdays and Sundays^  AS SIX O'CLOCK, A������ 3L,  LEAVES  SODA   CEEEK  ON  Tuesdays and Fridays^  ".������������������'���������  At FOUR 0?CLOCK,.A   M.  Queshcimouth, May2nd,iS67. x  ���������  COLONIAL RESTAURANT,  QUISSNELMOTDTH,    :  P. L. JOHNSON, Proprietor,  Meals at all hours, and Cooking of the bed  description, y . s     .  kt  QUESNELMOUTHj  BROWN & GILLIS, PnopitiETO^ ',  Good Beds: Restaurant: Billiard Tabl^.j.  Stabling for Horses, Hap aild Oat������;       <?  >oun'd������ THE CARIBOO SENTINEL  THURSDAY, AUGUST 1, 18G7.  THE WEATHER AND OUR! MINING  ��������� "    ' 7.        OPERATIONS: /  The old adage, " It is an ill wind that blows  rgood; to nobody,'Ms strikingly illustrated iu  . the winds propelling the -: clouds tb at brought  us so much x������ain during ihe long period of  :.   [ wet weather that appears to have just terminated.   The claims on which hydraulicing is  alone profitable have largely benefitted by  the late continued rain, and while those claim-  holders who have beeiycompelled to stop in  * consequence   of the. "inordinate quantity of  ?    moisture, be it from the high stage of water  in tbe creeks or from the drainage of the hills,  ; that filled their shafts, despite all their efforts  to expel it, are jubilant on the art vent of dry  weather ; the operators; .with" the hydraulic  .   express their regrets at the cessation of rain  that gave them  so  much, additional motive  power.   Were we alone'concerned, we.cer-  'p tainly should hail with" satisfaction tho ardent regards of" old Sol," even, at the expense of the profuse perspiration that exertion  is sure   to   produce.   Anyone   whose  ���������PX occupation requires them to travel constantly  from creek to creek, will sympathise with us  in view of the miles of muddy trail  that  we  are forced to struggle through, in collecting  p?p^fripfchmWn oontklpioAr"itf-^hcse^ahimnBr  (rum coats and long boots'are but indifferent  ���������.  protection from the oceans of mud and soaking rain; both men and animals suffer alike,  the roads arc equally affected with the trails;  and damp discomfort rules everywhere.   But  we are given to philosophy, and if our miners  whom ust necessaril y be exp ose d to the in-.  v.  clemencies of the weather, .as much as ourselves, are satisfied with- a deluge of rain, we  shaU be the last to complain. ? We have rea-  i. son to "believe, ���������' however,  that  the   claims  Where the hydraulic is used or ground sluicing is 'prosecuted; are ��������� the. ^minority,  and the  greatest general advantage will accrue from  th at" kind of weather which is m os t favo rab le  ���������: to,the completion,of shaftsand tunnels,   *It.is  ��������� not simply thai they are the most numerous,  ; it is also that they employ the greatest num-  y ber of skilled miners, hence the present glorious 'sunshine will 'be "of \i the greatest benefit  to our community.   The reduction of surface  ��������� water will  materially lessen  the  difficulties  '. to be contended against in- pushing forward  the Bed Bock Drain. '; Caves will no longer  be feared.  /Miners being en ab led to ' return  ��������� : to their occupation on their own claims will  -. make; way for men at .present, unemploy.edfbn  ;  -.- the' "drain V th'eir - un a v ailing ��������� ���������' stru ggl e * wi th  the surface water causing many claim holders  . to work on the drain in payment of future  drainage.    The lower, creek,' ?claims will be  recommenced with the early prospect of the  drain being carried through, and thus we  shall once more have" busy times ou the creek  arid a more cheerful feeling will predominate;  .  Shafts, from being' on the hill sides, were;  causing great loss to their proprietors from  : the constant seepage, and required a deal of  labor with the windlass or the use of expensive.machinery, frequently out of repair, will  .  now be rapidly bottomed, and we trust with  good results.   Hydraulics will now be dispensed with and the pay dirt will be washed,  bringing a great deal of money into circulation, a much heeded change ih  our financial  condition.   Altogether the merry, merry sunshine .which the poet loved so  much,  has  . given to everything a more cheerful appearance,. and   undoubtedly  has'dispelled   the  gloom so long observable in the countentin-  ces of our. citizens    The sensitive character  of the miner renders the transition from gloom  to gladness easy, and with the appearance of  prosperity heartburnings and discontent vanish.   Questions or greivances that in times of  depression would drive the gold .seeker to  % any extremity alter their aspect at once and  admit of easy arrangement.   We look for a  new order of things in our community since  enlightenment in the shape of the sun's rays  penetrates to the utmost recesses of the miner's  heart, and his naturally generous nature is  once more thawed into its normal state.^ Another great advantage of fine weather is the  facility afforded to prospecting.    The miner  who sleeps in wet blankets exposed to a pitiless rain and devours a miserable ration badly cooked, while wet to; the skin; is in no  humor to prospect, as it ought to be done, in  a country like*thls;    The- usual prospecting  under such circumstances is limited to a hole  a few feet deep at rare intervals, mere waste  of time, and worse than useless to the 'Community; as those whg wait to hear tlie news  fro m the exp lorers are le cl to b eli eve t h at no  gold exists in any particular locality, .simply  because men had traveled over it arid discovered nothing rich, a very likely event under circumstances such as we have above  described*  YioToitL^ Items from British Colonist.���������  Mr. Sere, of the Richmond Hotel, had his leg  fractured, by the wheel of his. dog -"cart passing over it.���������A boy named Hibbard had been  arrested at Cowicban, accused of setting lire  to the Indian burial ground, on DeadinfcU's  Island.���������-John Thompson, alias" Liverpool  Jack," has left the country, following, it is  supposed, in  the  footsteps  of the immortal  Butts.���������Several sub-divisions, of town lots on  Park street, were sold by Mr. Davis, at $80  each, being an advance of $30 a lot upon the  price obtained for the same lots a few weeks  previously.���������The gunner of H. M. S. Malacca  died sndceniy on  the deck/of that vessel.���������-  Michael Tuite shipped to San Francisco by  last steamer, 2,500 lbs. of red currants, 1,500  lbs. of cherries, a fine lot of gooseberries, and  1,200 lbs. of h&libut5packed in ice.���������Sir. Haywood sent 1,000 lbs. of his celebrated sugar  cured hams.���������-The steamer Idaho carried off  thirty passengers last 'trijj-.���������Peter Lind, of  South Saanich, has been arrested for shooting  an Indian, who is dangerously woundftd* Prisoner alleges that his wife  and family were  insulted, and the deed was 'done in self-defence.   Bail was accepted for bis appearance,  in the sum of $1,000.���������Mr. Nicoi, late manager of the Vancouver Coal Company, at Nanaimo, has gone to San Francisco, to act as  agent for the company there.���������The CoHegiate  School, which was about to be closed, in consequence of the heavy expense incurred by  the Bishop in keeping it in an efficient state.  Lwilljixe-reopened^on the 5th iiisit., at greatly  reduced rates of tuition .--It is reported that  the U. 5. government intend to construct fortifications at several points on Puget Sound,  as soon as the inspection, now being carried  on, is completed.���������Captain Stamp has chartered  the ship Nations' Hope, to. carry a  cargo of lumber to Java.^���������Ice is ^selling in  Victoria at .'ten cents a. pound.���������From first  January to first July, there were 4,800 sheep,  and 800 head of cattle imported into the colony,   from   tbe   American  side.���������The ship  Astarte, for France, with spars, and .the ship  Siam, for Melbourne, with lumber, have been  loaded at Captain -Stamp's mills, at Burrard  Inlet.    The crops on Vancouver Island arc  looking well.    It is believed  the Island will  raise enough this year to feed itself, -."���������  We learn that the people of ^Quesnelmouth  NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.  G-rouse Creek Express.  WT IF: HERRE WILL RUN A DAILY EXPRESS  VV ��������� between Barkervillo and Grouse Creek. Orders, small parcels, letters, collection*, .*������Jc.������ wc.,.  atteudodto, on moderate terms.; Special .ft"���������tio������  given to demands for subscriptions to the CARIBOO  SENTINEL, or any other Newspaper.    . .  Ollices: Ou Grouse Creek,, at M.Prflgers Store.  Barkerville, at W. F. Horrc's domicile,  "PP������s,tc_  Back ol British-Columbia, next door to tho New Lng-  laml Bakery. .  July. 29, 1567.  NEW ^ADVERTISEMENTS.  In  the  NOTICE.  THE UNDERSIGNED BEING ABOUT TO LEAVE  JL this place, requests that all accounts owing hy him  be sent in lor. payment before the FIFTH AUGUST  next, and that all* persons who are indebted to him,  will call and settle, on or before, tho same dato  JACOB HEINSON,  .  July 27th, 1867 Hit or Miss Bakery, Kichlield.  WHOLE SAL  E H P H A N ts,  BARKERVILLE;  The Caledonian Benevolent  Society.  CARIBOO     BRANCH,  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, THAT A MEETING  ot* this Society will he held at the CAMBRIAN  HALL, Barkerville, on SATURDAY Evening next, the  Third August, at Eight o'clock, when the election of  Officers for this Branch will take ptoce. Scotchmen  and the sons of Scotchmen, are earnestly invited to  attend, and enroll themselves as member?. Copies of  the Constitution and By-Laws may be had at the Skx*  Tixix Officb.  'July 27tb7"i3G?7     ���������������������������������������������**   'V 'f, . FAE&--25 OENTSv A. Tklip    ^ ��������� '  ;JuIyl5thyl867.   y;y pyp'-yP  K1ER S  <&  w  BARKER VILLE.  hiHEI UNDERSIGNED HAVING COMPLETEb Ai 'ti  X his arrangementy, will open his Brewery THH  DAY, when he will bo happy to supply a 11, who favor  him with a call, with av good arlicle of ALE, oittJer irl  bulkorlnbot'tle, ". .   ' JAMES H. KERR  July 1st, 1607:. ,;'y %>,    ? j^  ������������*  <#^) ujgf <*������g)  hare agreed to contribute $500 towards the  stakes in the forthcoming match between Wilson and. Eden, provided that the contest  comes off at that place, to "which proposition  Eden is willing to accede unless his .friends  here coine forward and assist him iii providing for his training expenses.  '.;."';Sri.EKiFP?s Sale.-���������The Williams Creek Bfed  Rock Drain with the appurtenances thereto  belonging was knocked down at SlieriflTs sale  yesterday to Charles Malloy for tbe sum of  $520.���������The Hippie claim on Grouse creek  was at the sametime sold to Mr. Prager for  the sum of S65.  The First Chance Co., Lowhee creek, took  out 40 oz. last week, among which was a nugget weighing 7 ounces. On Tuesday last the  Alturas Co., on Stouts Gulch, also took out a  nugget weighing Ih oz.  $25 REWARD.  LOST.  LAST NIGHT, BETWEEN LACEYJS HALF WAY  House, on the Grouse Creek trail, and Conklin's  Gulch, a Pocket Book, containing $00 in Bank Notes,  and $40 in gold Coin, and other papors. Any one  bringing the same to this Office, will receive tho above  reward.  August 1st, 1867.  RICHFIELD.       ���������  MR. VICTOR LANGE l^EGS LEAVE TO INFORM  Uie public that lie has now opened a CONCERT  HALL, at Richfield, opposite tho "-London and Paris  Hotel." Mrs. Lango will preside at the Piano every  evening, and will ploy some of tlie best Operas, the  most popular Ballads, and every description of Dances.  None but the best brands of Liquora and Cigars  served at the Bar.  July 6th, 1867. lm  THE :  CARIBOO    EXCHANGE  H O T EL.  TS.NOW OPEN FOR THE ACCOMMODATION OF  X the miniDg.community, aud the public generally.  No expense has been spared to render tho house an  that could be desired, lor comfort and convenience.  The Bar is supplied with a complete stock of Winks,  Liquoks and Cigars.  4������" Well Airf.d Beds ���������*������&  may bo had at a moderate charge. E. ORD  July 1,1367. Ira Proprietress.  ���������;   UP  HAS been opehp'dTor .^ of. the pttbiic;  where Goon Mi^ts can.be obtained;at all Wis.  As the culinary -'department is lind ef the' direct surycli  lance of the I^r'oprie tress,she trusts to be able toaffoTd  every salisfa'ction"to Ihoao' Who may favorherwiili'  their patronage,..  29th June, 1867. Iin  EXPRESS   NOTICE.  FTER  THIS  DATE,   BARNARD'S   EXPRESS 13  not responsible for damage on LIQUIDS shipped lii  Tin or Glass, unless by special contract.  Until further notice, the Express will arrive Lew  everv PUN DA V AFTERNOON and close for beloa  every WEDNESDAY, at NINE o'clock. A. M.  -���������: .  ROBERT POOL,  ������������������������������������'. Agent.  Barkcrrille, May 29th, 1S07. 9  WM  &  Vi,  skim <m  ������'  Sail  Fra-ncisco Store.  COMMISSION  MERCHANT,  IT?  FROM  SUM-ASS    DAIRIE  Put up in SIX lb. Tins.  S>  ��������� IN ��������� _    -  G-ROCERIES,  PROVISIONS,  HARDWARE.  CLOTHING AND  BOOTS.  COS M O POL IT AN  Restaurant  and  Bakei^y,  BARKERVILLE.    .  THE UNDERSIGNED HAVING THOROUGHLY Rt  novated his Establishment, has re-opened thesasi  for. the accom mod a \l oh of !the, Pobli c, ,a nd ��������� trusts lo.  merita ^hare.of. their pa tronage.v His -Bakerylias als?  tindergone repair, and he; is now ready. to execBi*^  orders from all who wish. eood .bread.,  . ;   JACOB VELTS,: Proprietor.    ,.'  ��������� June 10th, 1861 y '    ' - 1W _t  y    ur&  S HO EiVI AK tR������  BARKERVILLE.  A largo assortment of Eioots and Shoes'-aiwjijs oi  hahd.     ���������.;-.;. ���������'���������''  -1  Next Door to the Skntixel Office.  Barkerville, %}th June, 1867.  17  For sale, Wholesale and Retail, bv  E, PEARSON  August 1st, 1867. Im  & BROS.,  Barkerville.  NOTICE,  REGULAR   MEETING .OF    THE   WASHBURN  QUARTZ  MINING   COMPANY,   (Registered) will  jo Held on MO * DAY, August Twelfth, at TWO o'clock  P. M., in tho building lately occupied by Mr. Pen fold.  Shareholders represented by proxy, are required to  present written authority. B. P. ANDERSON,  July 30th, 1867. Secretary.  Photographic  Artist,  HAS NOW OPENED A PHOTOGRAPHIC GALLERY  at RICHFIELD, (for a short time only.) and is prepared to take  Cartes do Visite, Timbre de Posto Portraits. Arnbro-  types, Leather Pictures, Milanotypes, Views of  Houses, Claims, etc., Single or Stereoscopic.  Portraits also taken on White Silk, Lioeri or Cotton  Cloth. '  The gallery will be opened for a short time only.  Richfield, 29th Juno, 1867. ini  Ft  ON    SALOON,  RICHFIELIX PP  THE UNDERSIGNED  HOPES!HIS OLD PIONEER  friends will give him a turn, as he has experienced  heavy weather lately.. , i E.. F. EDWARDS, .   X  Juno 6th3; 1867; .    , : F������r-nerly of Edwards' Rancb.  ' -' '  ' * ���������" *������������������ -  '���������  *'" '     ' ���������'���������'���������'   ���������     _  :. PriX...      '������������������'    '"���������  '    '''���������'���������'     ���������'       I'liii'^'*'  .," . M"' ������������������'���������"���������',���������* ���������������������������������������������in  mtmt���������mp~*mmm m������-m, i   ��������� :  NO fICE.  m  Ih the matter of tbe. Estate and Effecla of  liEMI DAZET, late of /Williams i Creek.  Cattle Dealer, deceased, intestate.. ,���������'��������� ppPp  A  FOR   SALE.  THREE-QUARTER INTEREST IN THE JENKtNS  Company, Stouts Gulch.     For particulars, apply  ���������CoflNTT Court#���������TLe next sitting of this  tourt will be held on Thursday 15th inst.  at the Company's Shaft  Brcwerv, Barkerville.  .  July 30th, 1S67..  House,  or at N.  CUNIO'S  Ghassot & Edmondson,  AND   CATTLE   DEALERS,  Barkerville and Richfield.  WOULD RESPECTFULLY CALL THE ATTENTION  of the Public to their fine stock of Meat, which  thoy will dispose of at prices to suit the times.  Prime Beef from 20c. to 25c. per lb.  Mutton, 25c. t^3oc. per lb.  August 1st, 1867. r lm  Thos.L. BRIGG-S & Co.,  CAMERONTON^  Have just received, and offer for Sale,  WHOLESALE  OR  EETAIL,  AT LOW RATES tfdKi CASH,  200 CASES CHOICE BRANDS op LIQUORS  .��������� CpNSrSTING OP ���������  Brandy���������Martell, Hennessey, and Otard Dupey.  Wines���������Port, Sherry. Burgundy, andi Claret: San-  terne's French White Wine : Sansevaine's Call-  forniaWJiito Wine.  Champagnes-Bouchc and Napoleon's Oahinet.  Bitters���������Poker's,  Sailsevairte's, Orange and Hosteller's, Vermouth, Absenthe, Peppermint and Aani-  setto.  Old Tom, Gin, and Scotch Whisky.  ^To arrive, in a few days^-500 gallon's choice brands  of Brandy Wines, Whisky, Rum, etc:  Also on hand��������� 20,000 lbs Extra Snpcf fmo Soda Creefc  Flour, equal to the best brands in the market  And to arrive in a few days���������1000 lbs/ Graham  Flour ; 1,000 lbs Cracked Wheat.  Goods received on Storage or Commission at the  lowest market rates,   *  1st July. 1867. jm'  ALL PERSONS  above Estate,  TO'TBB  amounts  WHO  A������E INDEBTED.  are required to pay tlie  due forthwith, and all persons who have any -oIwiM  against the above Estate, arc, required to send in tiinr  accounts on or before tho EIGHTH, day of SEPTBil-  BER, 1867, to .       CHAS. ti PO0LEY, ' -'���������'.-  .  Official Administrator.  Dated Lytton, 8th June,.1867;,; 13        ��������� ,  In the matter of the Estate and ��������� Effects' of  FRANCOIS Cx\SSE,late of Williams Creek,  Cattle Dealer, deceased, intestate. y  M. al:  PERSONS  WHO  ARt3  INDEBTED TO THB  Above  Estate, aro required to, pay the a������������J������nJJ  due forthwith ; and all persons who have any C'JJJ!J  against tho above Estate, are required to send j"JJKl  accounts, on or before the FIFTH DAY of PEPTba*  BER, 1867, to CHAS. E. POOLED,  Ofllclal Administrator.  -t  Dated Richfield, 25th juhe, 1867.  N OTIC E.  In the matter or tho Estate and EfTectR ^ JAMES  .PURD'IB, late of Williams Creek, Blacksmith, a������r  ceased, intestate.  lay  CHAS. E. POOLEY'        ���������  Official Adininl������trftW,  Datod Richfield, 21th June, 1867;  vc  m^m^^wi������&py^ 2w   H  **;  JF THI9  ho favor  fil.ttjerli  SRR,  ���������*V*1������  E,;y.V  ^-���������hvnatta W������*b  II hours.  tsurvcil-  toalRrd  herwiih  .    lb  BESS 13  ���������ippod ia;  ive. hers  >r beta :  )0L,  Agent.  :ery,  [LY RE-  thetauii'  rusis (9  has abb' ���������  ezecatft.;  ���������tor.  IU  R  fjiysoJ  *,  m  OKEKR  ������riencod'  5,  Ranch.' :���������'  sets of  Creek.  'O'THB  mounts  claifiia"  in their  EPTEM*  rator.  cts of  Creek,  ) THE  ntouDin  claims  n thrtr  3PTEM-  ���������ator,  .,  JAMES  ith, do*  ) THE  its due  against  ���������count*  ator;  THE  THURSDAY; AUGUST l} 186?;  A FizzL"E.---Tue Annexation Petition has  proved a complete fizzle. If the- promoters  of that document would but turn their attention to petitioning for a new anri cheaper  form of Government they might effect ,s6me  good ;; bat to ask people to affix their, names  to a paper graying fo> a change which, if  ^granted, their own good sense ought to tell  them would.*shake the British Empire to its  , centre j is reaUy-viriipoemg on good nature., We  trust that w$;have^ &^  y. for Annexation; and^that all clafefces1; of i phi  (91)' citizens: will sbo n unite up oni" aome. feasible ;  and practicable scheme for bettering 6ur;con-  dition and the rMressm^our wrongs Why  'should notTa, public meeting be called to discuss the question of a cheap gbvernnientt���������  B.Colonist.: ���������p-ipy  "Vfs are happy to, stafq that Mr. L. Harnett  lias been in ost favorably impressed with the  extent and wealthof our mineral resources.  Since he arrived among us he has not; been  .1 die, for npitwithBtahding the heaVyTains that  ���������have prevailed for s6me time p^st^he has vis  i ted Lb whee v(Srrb use, Antler .and p tber creeks  with >jl^6f which--typy is vinuch pleased. yAs..  Mr,, Harnett is,..an old and ypracticjii -gold  P. miheri and; ;k Nvritec^f" no imean ability, we  ^hesitate, not to 'say that his, opinibns concern1  y���������;:!iagji.iir.^pilneg. cani^  : weight. witfi: OafffoM  as they .wiII be throTigh theT mediam of tbe  leading journals . of . that State, and will  doubtless hasten the time when our mineral  resources will reeeive (hat consideration at  the hands of capitalists, which they justly  'deserve. '        .  ���������  Condemned Criminals;��������� As great anxiety  seems to be manifested to ascertain the day  named for the execution of the condemned  prisoners, we may simply state t that as the  ..warrant, which we,believe has been signed  by the Governor, has not arrived, ho time  has yet been fixed, but there can be no doubt  the execution will take place soon after the  'arrival of the next mail by which the warrant  is expected., The prisoner Barry, who has  .. nil along indulged in the hope of a remission  of his sentence, has been made aware of the  'refusal of Executive clemency, and is preparing himself with the help of his spiritual  "advisor to nieet his awful doom.  EGRESS.���������Barnard's express stage left yesterday forenodn,- carrying a nilmber of. pas-  *'������etigers and" a large amount of treasure' belonging to the Banks here, in charge of their  respective messengers, Messrs. Orniandy and  Gillah. For some unexplained reason, tbe  Banks decline giviug the amount, so that we  are unable to supply the exact figures, but  we are.certain that the amount cannot be far  :fchort of $200,000, a very handsome sum ^considering the dulness of the times. \ ^eypas^  .-sengers were Messrs D. Gppenheimer, Winkler, Weill, Schorling and the Bank messen-  rgerk.;:;;:;'"������������������':'��������� ",''}���������:"; pyy        iXp '>.ip XyVppy  . Sudden Deatii of vanothsr Victorian.-^  MrSv'Rbbert WhiteVwhb a few years: since re-  '������ided on Fort and subsequently on View st.  where she possessed property, left this, city  '"ab but th bee fiibn tlis ago for ho me in' 0 tt^wa,  Canada .West;..-to. Visit heivfriends and to / recover declming health. ijt appears that at  a place called Woodstock the unfortunate  woman took ah oyerdbse bf laudanum which  proved fatal, iiSd. her i&entity cbuld only be  eBtablished {"fey papcrs ahcl le tters found in her  . teihks.V'";*' Mrs. White leaves, an affectionate  husband In this .colony to, mourn her demise,  and her many fnenoVwill regret her loss.���������-  ���������'��������� B. Colonist. \.,..y>y.: 'iy. ixXi '������������������';���������''"''.  ;';. Departure of,Kosrat^oRs.���������An exploring  party wa.s formed at Qucshelmouth to accompany, the two Indians who arrived there sometime ago with heavy specimens of gold, and  left within the last f������)ur or five days for the  locality indicated by the Indians. The diggings are reported to be ip the immediate  Vicinity of the Fraser, about 100 miles above  Fort George, and can bo reached by water  travel.  Acciden't.���������On Monday last while a miner  'named James Dowling, belonging to the  Grey claim, on Last Cliance creek, was attempting to cross a logj bis feet slipped and  he felt about twelve feet on a pile of rocks,  fracturing'both his wrists and otherwise injuring himself. Dr. Car rail who was sent for  hastened to the spot and promptly set the  broken limbs, and the man Is now in a fair  way of recovery.  Frassr River FisffERips.���������The following  firms have been established on the lower  fraser, for the purpose of prosecuting the  Vilmon fishery on lhat river this season :������������������  Messrs. Fulton & Co., Jas. Wise, F. Kayo & Co  ������Tas. Syme, Annandale & Seymour, W. Pollard  H. Bay Co., Laugly, and John Waller & Co.  We understand samples of the flsh ars now  'm their way ti this market.  VICTORIA LETTER, No. 4.  pipxpXpy:y$yp^^  The pvija6ipal 'topic Which has occupied the  attention of the: public^ for die last few days,  ^for business being slack, a little .excitement  was hailed with pfe^iire,) was the.suit in the  Summary Coutt,v/^rought byiMiss Emily  Wood vs. Mi^^-Mrgoosej for; damages, etc.  It appears that^:Mrs.yTurgobseylof the Coth-  raercial Ho ipl% nbtbribty, went \ [ do wii to San  Francisco a short tinie^ ago- tb engage a barmaid and scrvaat-bf-ftll-vvprk,; and Inserted  advertisements' in the San1 Francisco papers,  illvattractive ; language^ setting^ ^th that a  lady^f VictOria,vB^C^ to get a  companion, ^ Gpbdn^ey^oai^, washing and  salary offeredi::XThis attracted; soine fifty or  sixty applicants, aiinojig whom was the plain-  tiff, to whom . she was^careful in explaining  that she required; a barmaid,��������� only.y,'!?he reason assigned by^ aejfcridant;; in^advertising for  a companion,^whon shp' %anted a barmaid^  was that she hoped; to get: some;one more respectable than the general run of barmaids;  and it was with this object in view that she  went to San Francisco, it was arranged that  the salary should be $25, a month-Tadiriitted  b y b o tb p ar ti 'est to be very lo w���������-b ut t hen the  business was small, (only netting sometimes  two or three bits a day) and the house was  reraarkably qitiet... Miss Wood was to have  her passage^^paid^atid if she stayed sir mon ths^  it would be paid: down again. To provide  against, the latter bbntingency, as alleged by  pIwpi^Mte^  sundry times, $2S.    Whilst in San Francisco,  plaintiff fras often urged by defendant to go  and stay with her, as she was so lonely, but  ol.d not do so, as she had so many gentlemen  friends to take leave of.   Arriving at Victoria, Miss Wood is duly installed, not a word  is said about her serving behind the bar, nor  is it proved that she had ever so served while  here.   The day after her arrival, her troubles  began.   Gentlemen���������by courtesy so called���������  were soon introduced, and orders for champagne were expected to be given; it being  considered a part of Miss.Woodrs duties as  barmaid  or companion, (which were "such  convertible terms) to see that such orders  were given, and paid for ; her blandishments  thrown into the scale, would, it was thought,  readily do this, and for her $25 per month,  board, lodging and washing, the poor girl,  like many other poor girls, was expected to  make easy the path, of crime and libidinous  wantonness.   She' remonstrated, and on two  repetitions of the offence,determined to leave,  complaining first to the police magistrate,and  then brought suit for  recovery of money,  board, and such damages, besides her passage  back, as could be awarded:in a summary;  court.   Mrs. Turgoose had reckoned without  her host, and all her evidence failed to convince the court and jury of her own innocence in tbe matter.   What may have become  of, or happened to; her previous **, co nipian-  iopfpiot the pretty name of MaubV! Taylor, the;  deponent knbWeth * not:. v Biit. whereas:. she  passed as a cousin of th<3 milch-abused land:  lady. Miss Wood was represented  as  her  niece.   The^ artfiil rebuttal of auy defamatory  charge against the house, was of no avail; of  no avaiif the pretty 'episode, so; quaintly 'expressed, that she and; Maud Taylor  took at a piarib in; Henderson & Biirnaby7s,  which Maiid Was toXplay ; that a ymihg gentle man was ;���������"; stti ck at?' Maud ; : that if ^she  would only let him pass,the small hours; with  her (Maud) lie " wouldlbe; a brother to her  ever after,?' and as. she declined to do this, he  threw a tumbler at her head : of no avail the  affec ting charge against Miss Woo ds, tha fc she  could not play anything at all on the piano,  a verdict for $28, and $250 damages, was  rendered by the select jury of five earnest  and sympathetic bachelors,   who  tried the  case.  -It was a singular fact ..that not a married man. was summpried on the jury.   This is  the most flagrant case that has. ever occurred  here; arid the advertisement, no doubt from  some clue. furnished to the proprietors, was  seve'rely commeMed dri ip one or more of the  San Francisco papers.   Miss Wood is a rather  pleasing arid good looking young woman, j  verging on thirty, of. considerable ne^Ve and  self possession, ancl has lady like manners.  The annexation organ here died out, as regards its daily issue, on Saturday, 29th June,  of a strong dose of" cold shoulder." Suit  was brought, last court day, by one Maxwell,  against Jas. B. McMillan, the proprietor, for  wages. The defendant won, on the plea, confirmed by the; court, that plaintiff was, itb a  certain extent, a partner. The court asked  defendant if he did not consider himself  bound to carry on the paper for the benefit  of ihe various* partners in the concern, for  the reason that their labor not lyeihg paid for  in cash, went to pay for debts on the plant,  and therefore they became joint owners with  defendant, and were entitled to have the business continued. The defendant said no. He  stopped the paper without consulting them,  and would collect the debts p as4 divide the  money in just proportions with. the plaintiff,  and ether eiatmanfs.   He statetf in open court  that he went to San Francisco to get money  for advocating the views of the people down  there. That h"e knew they would like to get  British Columbia; but did not get any money  at that, time. .The cp.uyt remarked that annexation principles Were at a discount down  therb. The course pursued has proved its  own "punishment; the t poison , disseminated  ife^Qwu antidote. One might really be astonished that a man could tiriblushingly make  suehia etatement. We live ih merciful and la-  titiidiharian days, or such 'conduct openly  .avowed by a conductoi' of a professedly British  journal, would entitle htm to an acquaintance  with the police court, and might be designated by something worse than a misdemeanor.  ���������   .   . AdiVjs:  .'(FROM AN OCCASIONAL CORRESPONDENT).  .Tp.TflE Editor of the "Cariboo Sentinel."  XiPyi-    Cooks Ferry, B: C., July 21st, 1867.  ? Sir,���������;After stopping in Yale for a few days  I started up cb up try ami arrived here to-day.  Yale-is one bf the most agreeable little towns  I have struck for years; the peoples are sociable, friendly and^liberal to a fault, from the  fact there was not a familiar face that it was  my luck to run against but invited me to go  to Suttonrs or Barry's and partake of a slice  ofKimbell's pudding with ���������'���������'hah yin " sauce,  which, i assure you, is excellent, not only for  its stimulating and invigorating qualities, but  the pleasant sensations one experiences in tbe  morning after going the whole *.' hog "on the  ihilLafJ&.m.the night, before.. It was^ with an  aching bead f tore myself away from Yale  and my many friends and their kind hospitality. It was with tears in my eyes I parted  with my old friend Jack. Reese, whom I believe would have gone coinpletly in on the  pudding if} had stopped longer.  I reached Lytton the second day after my  departure from Yale, and put up at the Globe  where I lay wind bound for a week, ail of  which time it blew a perfect hurricane. I am  told that it always blows there, and that when  old,Boreas ceases his rudeness, there is always a pleasant gale springs up among the  neighbors. I spent a very pleasant week; at  Lytton, and.am happy to say I never - heard  anybody breath the name of pudding once.  While there a match game of billiards was  played between professor Mclnriis and young  America, one of Fielding's pupils, a young  man recently arrived from California ; stakes  S200 a-stde, 500 ..points;:% Young America  scoring.500 points while Hue professor only  scored 450. Considerable money changed  hands, /Another match is about to be made  for $500 a-side. ::    " 1  the crops, so far as I^have. traveled, look  well, arid the farmers are about to commence  harvesting-. The roads are in good repair.  I will be detained here until next up stage :  I am staying at Kirkpatrick & Everett?s,Ferry  Hotel, which does about the best business of  any other institution on the road. Kirk is  pne.pftbe kindest and most accommodating  landlords I have ever seen, but he is so in  ferrial lazy ^ to cure hiiii of which I have been  reebmnieudtng the use of Kimball's pudding  with tie " ban yan." sauce.;  Cook.  Tb the Editor of t������e ^Cariboo Sentinel."  li:J Sir;���������I. found tinics so dull, and " monish"  so scarce, that I conchlded to try-my luck at  Cariboo, sol bundled up my ii iktas,^ and  started them off, and took a saddle horse to  the Junction (Clinton). From there I took a  ticket mid the stage for the creek ; things  went on fine for several miles, when to my  sorrow, in going over the rocks, in the green  timber, I became (sea) stage sick.. Oh, I can  assure you it was a dreadful sensation, and I  have; not tju ite re covered fro ra i t ye t. H ad  it-not been for ray severe indisposition, I  should have enjoyed the trip very much. I  was not aware until now. that I was so popular ; had I been aware of it, I would have offered myself as a candidate at the last election. 'But never mind, it is not too late;  when tbe next one comes otf, I shall certainly offer myself as a candidate. I would  address you in part as fellow citizens ; as  there is to be a general election, I would advise you this, time to elect one who belongs  to your district. I would introduce measures  to abolish the export duty on lumber ; have  the ������' sthones" taken out of the road through  the green timber ; emplpy.tho.," dredger" .in  improving the Harrison rapids, instead of  digging clams ; subsidize the lake steamers  at $5,000 per month, each ; make Lillooet a  free port, the seat of government, and the terminus of the Pacific railway. I would also  make Port Douglas they rendezvous of the  fleet,, and the admiral's headquarters; tiirnipg  the governriient buildings at Westminster into  an asylum,, for superannuated oflicials.; and  the only disposal I could make pf Bird Cage  Walk would be to give It to the si washes,  they paying the .back taxes in <; dried  salmon;"   More andri from Frits.  July 29th, 1867.  $&$������ If you want good Coffee use Fell's:  COUNTY    COURT.  . (Befcra H. M. Rill, Esq.)  V/edncsday, July 31st, 1867.  - Holloway vs. McNerhanie--Claim for $145  balance of wages due for. carpenter workr.  Judgment for plaintiff payable in weeky' instalments of $50.  ;.  Hblroyd vs. Black Jack Co.���������Suit for $14  wages.   Judgment for plaintiff with costs".   .  Lewis vs. Black Jack Co. Claim for $21  for wages,   judgment for plaintiff.  Ah Fang vs. Black Jack Co.���������Claim for  $ 102 for- wages.   Judgmeht for plaintiff.    '  .John Shaw vs. Grouse Creek Flume Co.���������\  Claim for $331.13 as wages for. work done  two years ago. i^aintiff stated that he knew  nothing, .about the case, stilt having been  brought without; his knowledge; Case,���������ilia-  missed with costs., '.. :   "  Holloway vs. Price-���������ConUnued till' next  court..pyXi- ��������� P,i...y P. yp' ..-X. i.yp'...-,  Fulton vs. Ahd.efspn���������Claim for $25 75 fpr  cash lent and articles furnished. Judgment  for, plaintiff with costs.   ���������     y'       .   '; -s  Van Valkeribiirgh & Co. vs. W. Williams-  Claim of $ 1.88.. 59 for gob da fii rn ished. J.u d g-  ment by defai.ilt and cbsts.;-.  Travalliot vs.Casseri���������Suit for $25 servicea  rendered. ^Case postponed. .  L. G. Coombs, vs. Black Jack Co.���������Claim  for S92 18 amount; pf account fot lumber.  Judgment for plaintiff wjfch costs. ..  Steam Saw Mill Co. vs. Black JTacK Co.���������  Claim for $85 00 for lumber furnished. Judgment for plaintiff with costs'. 'P.;...;, . \  '"IVhiShw-^  $59 50 money lent. Judgment for defend ant  with: costs.: "*   .      ' 'X  MINING INTELLIGENCE. :"P ���������  ���������    CBDAU CREEKl  '���������  \ Mr. I. Lipset, who has just.arrived . front I  this creek, supplies us with the following particulars :y. ��������� ���������-,;    yppi'XP'yx.:  ibe'Anio ra co. made their firs t cl can n j>  for the season last week,.and realized sufficient to liquidate all claims against-tlie company, including.tlie expense of/������nstmcting-  their flume, and declared a .dividend of $80  to the share.���������Discovery co. are making froni  $25 to two oz. a day to the hand.���������Borealia  co.. are taking. ,out . about wagesl���������Several  other companies further up the crieek are  making from .$4 to. SO .a day:���������There are  about * sixty men oh the creek at. presenU  Provisions are plentiful and cheap;    ,. ip..  11LACK1J2AR CRI^EK.- ;    ;   ,    yp,  Several parties "have returned" from- 'thU  creek during the past,few days, expressing  the utmost confidence in'the diggings. It appears that the bed rock hi the shaft sunk, by;  Hilton & co., pitched off at a very acute'angle  towards the opposite, bank, inducing that  company to sink another shaft, They, are  now down 2G feet, with good indications.  Five or six shafts are being sunk by different  companies below. Great dissatisfaction.how-  ever, exists/among the miners oh this creek;  and particularly with those interested in the  Discovery claim, as. tq the impropriety of th������  Gold Commissioner granting to entire. companies, who have done no work, the priyilego  of laying over their. claims for a period of  thirty day3, on the. simple plea of the difficulty  experienced in getting provisions and tools  there; when, in fact, everything that is requisite, can be procured, and Is procured by  others, within eight miles of the spot, without  any trouble. If such a .system is introduced,  great injury will undoubtedly be done to  prospectors, and a door will be thus opened  by which the indolent wiit.be. allowed to  profit by the labor bf their more industrious  neighbors. Such a system cannot be too  loudly deprecated, as it is quite,at variance  with the spirit bf the raining laws. Many  miners, we are informed, have left the creek  in disgust, in consequence of this unheard of.  monopoly.  TflLEGiiAPH Extension.���������It is contemplated by the Western Won Telegraph Co. to  oxteud their line, from Quesnelmouth ' to tbia  place; if they can be assured of.a certain am-,  ount of the capital being subscribed by tho  business community of this creek. The plan  proposed is to issue transferable orders to  each subscriber to the extent of the amount  subscribed, such orders entitling theni to telegraph at regular rates over any portion of  the linesof the company. The necessity for  such a line is daily felt here ; it remams then  with the people themselves whether the work  will be carried thrbiigh or not, by. the support ttiey will give to the enterprise.  PiiYO^.CEE^K,--~Only one of the afmstrat?  is reported to be working on the Washburn*  lead, and a little gold has* ft sen cleaned up m  the result of the experiment; the amount Li  not stated. . , >  Hii^.fe Match,���������The match between; tep. oj'  the. yictoria Vdhtnteers and ten bf. the -, Nf ;|  Westminster. .Corps-came off at .the yUMl  pj'ace on the 18th ulto., and resulted irifiW  <k the Tiotorians by oi pbiri^*'  -^TtWiWBWWWSSTOW^WISeW ymmtntam. ?vi*imrt*rm*n  P: Cherry Creek Silver.-���������A quatitity of th e  ^Cherry creek ore was brought down a few  ���������days ago to be. experimented upon at the  Government Assay OflSce, with a view to as-  ���������certaining- the cheapest and best process by  which it couldXpe smelted. We are happy to  he able to announce that the result has been  satisfactory in the highest degree, giving 604  ounces of silver to" the tori.���������B. Columbian.  '���������tjR35*'If you want ^bod Coffee use Fell?s.r  NEW -ADVERTISEMENTS.  'TF. A B HIO N S A L 0 O N,  rlpXP'y ^::BARKERVILLE,;  ���������y    W/������ L LI ftJV! S   b R E E K ���������  NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.  J A IVIES   P.   T A Y L ol^  ..Druggist,       -  p   BARKERVILLE.  AS .CONSTANTLY 'ON HAND 'A CHOICE SE-  lection of Drugs a>*o Patent Mkwcines, incluU-  w the celebrated Grildcn Balsam, and Murphy's  Mixtures, for tliecompleto cure of Secondary Syphilis.  Also a great variety of Sirsnparillas, Hair Brushes,  Toothbrushes, .Combs, Tooth Powders, Sponges, Fancy  Soaps, Lubin's Extracts, Rose Water aud other Perfumeries,'Garden'Seeds, &C., &c.  . Just received���������ah assortment of Stationery, Pocket  Diaries for 1S01\ and. Billiard Table articles;  P. S.���������Prescriptions carefully compounded.     1-s  ROADSIDE ADVERTISEMENTS.  tn  STABLINGfor HORSES.  WILLIAM   McWHA,  .'LYTTON CITY, B. C,.  Begs to inform tho public generally that he has  STABLE & C0RA1L ACCOlOBATIOI  .   On his premises for upwards of, 200 Horses.  Hay and Oats for Sale cheap.  GOOD SADDLE HORSES FOR HIRE.  TERMS   MODERATE. .1-s  VICTORIA ADVERTISEMENT  STORp  Corner of Langloy Alley and Yates   *>������������������  mesSrs. jay������������������& bales  Have opened the above premises with ������ i  and well assorted Stock       V  op ���������  FSESH AGRICULTUEE, VEGETABlt  AND FLOWER SEEDS '  , ...i ���������. ' X  f.  THE PROPRIETORS BEG LEAVE TO ANNOUNCE  :. to the publio that they Have enlarged; refurnished,  r.nd thoroughly renovated their capacious and/fash-  . "ionable saloon, sparing, neither pains nor expense- for  y ihe comfort of their Patrons. ^   . ., .  This is now the largest and most 'complete Saloon ;in  ���������'������������������   British Columbia ; consisting ofthreeJargo separate  .��������� apartments,  viz;:   CARD' ROOM,  BAR ROOM, and  BILLL4RD. SALOON, containing. three superb BILLIARD* -TABLES.  '���������',.- The  best .LIQUORS and  CIGARS obtainable, arc  .; served here.   This establishment is under tho imme-  " <iiate superintendence of the Proprietors.  - .,        ADLER & BARRY,  Juno 6th, 1S'6?.   .y 'y.--���������':'; .        ..   4m . . ...--..  .MH^M^.-M'^"*MMMMtf  ���������'Steele's Re;srt aur a ii t,  y-yylkyp    . yUipRFIEhl). \  .tt' STEELE BEGS TO INFORM HIS OLD FRIENDS  Where he'will be glad to see them. ' .- ' y  Py-Pi: . '���������������������������-JK3* Meals at all-Hours -^l ' ��������� .  .���������; Juno.lOth, 1867.": '���������'��������� -.'.   ",. '������������������'. *, ���������-.'       ir .  . - :. Il-s  TH E : UNDERSIGNED IS "NOW PREPARED TO  afford every accommodation to tho travelling public, and hopes by a strict attention to business, to  merit a share of the patronage bestowed on the former  proprietors. This is^pno of the most comfortable and  commodious.hotels on the "road, containing as it does  warm and well furnished bed rooins with good beds.  The TABLE is suppliotl with every delicacy it is possible to procure m the upper country. The BAR is  blocked with tho best of Liquors, aiid tho choicest.  Cigars.  :;:; jfcs- MEALS,  $1 50  EAC&. rfe>  ' The stabling for Horses is all that could bo desired,  and the charges are vary moderate, Hav .for Horses  per day, $2 ; Oats and Barley at tho cheapest market  rates.  The undersigned has a largo quantity of OAT KAY  on_ nand,-for sale in large or small quantities..  .  C. E. ROMBROT,  ; .    BOSTON BAR, B.C., X"  "Wholesale and Retail Merchant in  GROCERIES AND PRO VIS JONS,  LIQUORS, DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, kc.   Is  SEEDS.  c business of the late firm of Jav & Co  'tv .  Springllcld Nursery, will bo cirried on ^Ji  Th  and  in all its branches  Fruit Trees and Bushes,. Evergreen an* p^u  Shrubs, Bulbs and Flowering plan ts, of every aS^  Is  JOHN PELLETIER, Proprietor.  a... r. r **aviur������::. _~ v;'  ^HldkPlEli),  WHOLESALE: k  RETAIL   MERCHANTS.:  Always  Butter,  1 ON HAND, CALIFORNIA AND'ISTHMUS  ._��������� y at $125 per lb:���������  -;.:���������: .       .*  .  'Sole Agents for Girod &; Guichon, Quesnel ��������� -l-  ;���������;���������;  Juno 10th, 1867.; '. '  ' p-'-piyP . . ,,  Quesnelmouth.  lis  '���������'. .������������������.'.  PARIS  FOSTER,   OF   LILLOOET,  CHEMIST.  TTAS FOR SAI/Ei and constantly: on -hand,  11 a well assorted Stock of Drugs, all the Chemicals  used by Physicians, Photographers,;. Assayers and  Mechanics. Also the popular Patent Medicines, aud  'Druggists'sundries.     ".;       - -iyy'  Retorts, Crucibles, Muffles, Cupels, Ingot Moulds,  etc., etc. t      ���������   .  PKKSCRIPTIO.VS   FAITHFULLY PP.EPAREU. |  ... Xpi    ������. W. FOSTER,  wl Chemist1.  Tlie Bonaparte'H^  SEMLEN <& r.^ARKE, Proprietors,'at* rithe  Junction of the'Cariboo and Big Bend Roads, is  now open for tho accommodation of the public. Distance from Clin ton,. 2G miles;, from Savanas.Steainbpat  Landing,. 22 miles; from Speucefs Bridge, 30 mites..  Travellers will find prices and accommodationsto suit  the timcs.! . Givo them a call. Stabling,^Hayfc'Grain;  a t tentivo ��������� liostlcrs. Stages, 1 eavo hero regularly for  vale, and Cariboo     ' "       i-s  164 HIE OS SEEP CREEK HOUSE-  S OPEN  FOR THE ACCOMMODATION 'OF  TJJK  airy and tho Beds cannot be surpassed for cleanliness "*  and comfort by any in the lower country; the Table is  always supplied with the best of victuals.-   Stabling  tion.  LONDON  HolrS  GOVERNMENT STREET, VICTORIA.  WHOLESALE; AND, RET Alt,  ippix:.''fy H;;'Tyrtipft; Mp&Pi //"'.:  XX.,- 'iMrpRTfiBs or. X:-P.[,i ^y.'  English & French Silks^ Shawls; bress^s fit  ...  .(ierclothing; Gloves, nnd every ;dcscriptfoti of  x.:y .....: . ,Dupery Goods.... k* ���������'> -���������.,- ��������� ���������  , Receive regular supplies, by Express via PaWay  by sailing vessels via Capo. Horn,   '       .; Bl*  j&T ParUctiiar attohrii'h ftlveu to all orders  London Firuj-^I. P. Tunstali. & Co.        ' '    \.  ESTABLISHED 1858.  ror Horses: Hay,.Oats and Barley constantly on hand.  YALE   ADVERTISEMENTS..  . -���������  RICHFIELD.  /.: ���������Ricnfleld, 1st Slay, 1867  Proprietors.  PPPPPT  :. [  wmnai  ,   PJtSMl  "';bar'icerville.  BENJAMIN "DOUG-LAS, Successor to A." C.  WELLS, Saddle and H/.r.vkss Maker, Yale, B. C.  /J^������ A complete assortment of-Stock Constant.lv on  ^?aDd* / -.:'.:.. .' "'���������   '    :���������'������������������  I-������   x  LOCHLOIAND ORJ^-IIIE HOUSE  THIS OLD AND WELL KNOWN HOUSE has been recently ppeued by the undersigned; who will make  it his constant study by using every endeavour to acco-  modatc tho traveling public, to deserve a share of the  j patronage hestowcd\>n the former occupants.  /ISf-The Bar contains nothing but the very best of  LIQUORS and CIGARS.   Give him a call  1-S 'EDWARD    TROFATTER  Front Street, Yale, B. C.?  BEGS TO. ANNOUNCE to the inhabitants of Cariboo  that he intends to forward (as soon as the state of  the Roads will permit),  .awlarge and       ,5  well  of  assorted  BOYD & HEATH, Proprietors,  <TiHTS HOUSE'is situated 26 miles from Quesnelmouth.  A The proprietors having lately fitted up bedrooms  and good Beds are now prepared lo afford every accommodation for Travellers; tho Table is furnished with all  the luxuries that can be. procured; the Bar is well sup-  plied with the best brands of Liquors and Segars; pood  Stabling. Hay, Oats and Barley, j^r The CHEAPEST  House on;the Road. 1-s  & CO;  DIPORTERS OF ENGLISH MERCHADIZB  Wholesale and Retail,  DEALERS MDHY GOODS, &CM  Masonic IlaJlGovcrnmeat Street Victoria.  U '���������  J. C. BEEDY,  COMfiSSlON &  FORWARDING AGENT-,';  TTTILT, PA3* PARTICULAR   ATTEN'FIO^ TO St  } >   lecting. pnrchasing, or forwarding Goods for tin  iippcreountry.  Any commission eutnasted to his care, wi'Urecelva ���������:'  prompt attention. *  References.:���������W. A.. MejCchaMj E. A. Wadhams T x  IlAP.rKR, J.J. Dramlv.  Victoria, April, 186*  1  T  i  REMOVAL.  STROUSS,  DEALER IN  stock of Cooking Stoves,Which he will dispose of at  Priors to. So'it t.nF/TiMics. '"  Yale, 8th April, 1867.. l  *1 MiaAwiiiutfVf  ��������� .,y> . -.ETCj etc;, ��������������������������� "���������������������������������������������   ���������  v.   BARKERVILLE.  rHas removed io; his .'NEW STORE,' opposite. OCCIDENTAL. HOTEL. ���������;���������.. - .,���������:'     .    .  -���������-'���������     13  FIREPROOF WAREHOUSE!  F ARTIES DESIROUS or shipping freight With Dis-  : patch, will find it to their advantage by giving us  a call before engaging elsewhere.  '-.������������������. ;���������"��������� ALWAY k BAILEY";  Yale, April 8th, 1867. .' y-.. i-3  W. H. Sutton,  TTEALER IN Wises, Liquors a-vd Cigars, Coal Oil,  U Coal Oil Lamps, &c.  122 MILE HOUSE,  . -LAKE LA HACHE.  TE. WALTERS, formerly of t lip 94 Milk House,  ��������� having purchased this Ranch, is now prepared  to accomodate tbe traveling public with GOOD MEALS  and BEDS at modcrato rates. i.e  HOTEL DE FRANCE.  GovERxaiKXT Street, Victoria, V. i.  fHE RESTAURANT is supplied with nil th������  X delicacies of the season, and tho sleeping accooio:  'datlon is replete with every comfort. Tho besi oi  Wines, Liquors and'Cigars. * '���������        .'-'���������   ���������   ���������  J. BICNE & CO^-Pi-oprietort.   ���������.  1-s  AGENT FOR BUNSTER?S ALE '!  MESSRS. CORNWALL'S.  A T THIS WELL KNOWN HOUSE, haK-wav between  XI Spence's Bridge and Clinton, on the Yale Route.  Travellers will find <*ood Accommodation. The best of  living, of .Liqu6rs;; and of''Wines Fresh Butler, ~Mi Ik  and Vegetables. -Good Stabling and cheap feed.    l-<?  A. W. PIPER,  .CONFECTIONER,  Government Streel, opposi te Ihe Tiloatre. ,  CANDIES of every description manufaciiired������Di!  sold, Wholesale atid Retail. ���������   U  HENRY GREENBAUM, WHOLESALE LIQUOR  Store, Importer of Pine Mkkrsckaum TrPES, Stemi  Mouthpieces, Cigars and Tobacco, Johnson street. Victoria, V. I. .    1.3  In Bbls. and half Bbls,  Yale, ApriUSth, 1867.   '  1-s  GIGARS,   LIQUORS,  Clothing and  BARKERVILLE.  June 27, 1861 ���������',  9  Acco.iiiitant '  ������������������ A.VD ���������  COMMISSION     AGEN"  BARKERVILLE,  Offick���������OrrosiTi? N. Curio's Brkwbrt.  June 17,1867.    ..  ;e and Forwarding!  YALE, B. 0.  PARTIES SHIPPING CxOODS BY THE  YALE-LYT-  tos Route, are advised that  KIMBALL & GLADWIN  Have erected an cxtensivo Storehouse and Dock at  Yale, and are prepared to Receive. Store, and Forward  Goods. Goods re-packed, and freights enga/red at the  Lowest Rates. ~ '  Parties shipping goods through us will please mark  to the caro of  1 8 KIMBALL & GLADWIN.  COL 0M IA! SOTEL,  pp.^^AyCB^EElpy ."   P.. ciy  AGREAT.REDUCTION has-b^h made i n the cUafecs  at this establishment, so as to suit the times; rxi.  Meals, $1; Becisy 75 Cents. ? P X-X  .   yxx '������������������:'���������    McLEESE & SENAY; ^  ^.y ist,i!is^.';- 'Ppy:p/\\^H^  JULES RUEFF, Cojoissiox >Yrtichaxt, Royal  Ho t el Bu 11 d ing, W!iarf s I rcct Victoria, V. I.   1 *s  DCLEAIj'S Coffee House and RwrAHRAM,  ��������� Government gtroet,; CV"ictoria, V.; ly This; isv tho  cheapestv most com for table,, arid best-attended Estab*  lishment in the City - -  ."'     ���������      . ���������  The BAR is always ' su ppliod wi th thov clibicfiSt of  TYrxKs, LtQEpKS and Cigars, y PP >i y ;C> .r.':: iiP. 1 ;9'":'  127  BLUE   TE  ��������������������������� OR ���������  MILjE  T,  "ir      '������������������'HQ MILE* 'POST,"  BETWEEN ihALE  TB^TE,Lr<??S S'111 find ovcry accommodation at this  Hotel.   Excellent Cooking.   GOOD BEDS.  STABLING FOR KORSES...  TIMOTirr HAY and OATS at Lowest Rates  BOOTHROYD   BRQ'S,  Proprietors.  Free Port for Ever!  TT/X THE UNDERSIGNED ^TAKE��������������������������� pleasuro. in**  I ? ��������� nouncing to our numerous ��������� customers.'jind'the  public, that wo wii I. s upply them wi th Jtlie: b.est.ERByca  Lkathkr Boots (duty frec);cve> o'tlered ih'B^Gpyiy:  ; XK^At bur oRt Standi 6ovcir.nment Sfc.^ Victoria;$t.-  "���������::'l-%sX: ' ;'.;': CHAMTY':W:BuWER.y.;  A    FRAl^Eli, Victoria,: V  1-s  H  S  13  lAKES \THIS . METHOD OP INFORMING HIS  1 friends and the ������������������ public generally, that lie has enlarged and fitted up his SHAVING SALOON, in a supe-  n or man ne r, li avi ng secured tho servi ces of an effl ci on t  assistant, .ho is now prepared to operate in a  satisfactory manner in all branches of tbe.TQNSORIAL  _ He also begs, to call the attention of the ladies to his  Dneselection of Perfumery, which ho is constantly* in  rectupt of fromLangley& Co., Victoria, viz., Pomades,  thTroilet >S' BrU3besraad other articles for  He also calls attention to his unrivalled Hair Restorative, guaranteeing to stop hair from falling out, in  one week and in reasonable time restoring Hair to its ,  jormer state and color. ������������������.-������������������  ^lf0?^\0���������^? ftratehiiwr Goods- finest assort  2?fch������MP !%J?������dGrc!oth^ Neck Ties, Scarfs, etc.  THE UNDEDSIGNED HAVING PURCHASED THIS  desirable property, is now Prepared to accommo-  date the travelling public. Tho tabic is supplied with  tho very best of viands. The bedrooms and beds are  as comfortable as could be desired, and the BAR contains nothing but the best brands of LIQUORS and  CIGARS,  y ������������������_:���������  A good; stock of Grain and fiay ahvavs on hand.  ,3rd May, 1867. p .    ..      W. WRIGHT.  THE UNDERSIGNED begs to inform the minors and  residents in & around Van Winkle that he will in future keep an.assorted and GOOD STOCK: on handy and  hopes by close attention to business, and by1 soliing  at LOWER. RATES than heretofore, to meet the pa-  tronag'e of all. ���������       ������������������-.....-  Orders from outlaying creeks accompanied with tho  CASH, will be forwarded with promptness and dispatch.  ^IT Terms CASH, without distinction.  *���������*. 3. W.. LINDHARD.  t 111 MILE HOUSE/  *  AGE IS NOTHING!  LOOD WILL TELL!  /pHIS-HOTEL IS LARGE AND WELL FITTED UP  ^.^^^f^^tof travelers; th6 Table is supplied  *h^KbLf0t ?v������!y\hi������Z that can be procureP  n  n,*frThet,>aU,to0e^rflnd Horse-PJy Creeks leaves  the Wagon Road, at this place. : * ���������  1-s Wm. HENDERSON.  BOSTON   BAR  International   Hotel.   .  .THIS WELL KNOW HOUSE is now open for tVa  1 vellcrs     The Table is supplied as formerly w  h  tho boa the market aifords. aiid the Cookiie oi mot  bo excelled.    Tho Bar is stocked withT the LS U  quoRs and CiGiES.   GOOD BEDS }  .. I.,-;Dealerin-Fpss,  . *. Skixs, . H im;s; Wooty1 &c i-'; Lib era! ad van ces made  on Ihirs consigned. Refcrehce^G; Sutro&Go,,Relai:  'hart Bros. Victoria^ V.-I.   v        ������������������::.;>"'-."' i-r," Pi^i.:  fi    SUTRO & CO., Importers Axd:���������^ Dealers is:  XX*   ClGAliS,cTOBACCO, Mcershaum Pipes, i&S., S B.  corner of Yates and Wharf streotrVictorm.       '-.- ���������.������������  KWONG, LEE & CO., CoiaMissiox irEncHASTsi Im-  i������OKTKRS,and Dealers in Chinese Goods, Victoria;  V. L, Yale. Lillooot, Quesnelmouth ' and Williams ^  Creek.      ���������        .       '     .   .        ���������..-���������'..      '    y 1-s ";  1-B  WILLIAtI CHARTERS    ���������  Proprietor.  E. MALL AND AtNE, COLLECTOR AND GENERAL  . AGENT, Governrtient Street, Victoria,2 V. I.   ;l-s  AILY anci WEEKLY- "BRITISHCOLONIST  a n d VICTO RI A CH RON! CLE." Ord crs for m������ilr.  ing either the Dully" or .Weekly issues of the. above to  any part of Europe, the United States* Canada, Australia, &c, left at thisofllce or sent to Victoria will be  attended,to. Terms iu advance. Weeki-y.,-12nvos.  with Postage, $7f>0 ; 6mos. do., $4 75. DAiht,  mos do., $S3 ; Omos do., $12 50.      ..���������"���������'  '"il  OUR   COFFEE,  WE   ARE   FORWARDING   A  ii3  f Packed In Tins of from  each.  1-3  wo to tweht'y-ilvo pounilg���������  WILSON & MURRAT������.'.  Fori street, Victoria  ^m^^H

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