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 * OT Wwn-i^ta:=ar?  - - 'r-"~ :������**������*!* >*7'W'.'T'  '; *r-"r  iJ^JT^isi  ; ���������������-���������*;  Vol. 5  ^^g^/Sentmel,'-  ���������c:EKI-^EB#'L^^:A^^':.;'''  ��������� B"-T.-^.-'v.^l^t-.''ik������^WE������sitsiuT'-  EOBERT:HQLtO^^^E^:;,  Inclu  oipRiN^iNG office,  * PAqtMSi'Circulars; Cards,   ^��������� .  ���������Pd with neaine.^ and tlfoP^c"--_-   %  :$  ?>^rTerms'moderate:;������S*;^. yXyy^y  Barkeritille, Willia^i Crfeek, E.G., S  David McEwer, of Bridgeport, Conn., ex-;  hibited ��������������������������� powerful greenness " in Boston'recently. /He reported at the police station  that beam v ed i r o m Portland in the morning,  and/while walking ia the street met a man  whoasked hira tolend htm $30, being a little  short of .money. The money was I paned to  him and the nia Ojra ve \ lii ni bis note. Being/a  little in do ub t, he called a t the p o 1 ice sta tio n  and gave a descr ip tio n of his deb lor/ wi th/a  requ.es t���������th at, if .ioy;...0 f .the office rs shbul d -iijc'et  wi th h lm they wo u Id ask him to s top i nto the  station house.   > - - -y^ .���������   ''../-.* ,;.. ,.:..'.  One of cthe most reniarkabie objeets shown  at the annlia 1 soiree of the Linnean Society.  held at Burlington House, was an actual specimen of the so-called /'.'vegetablei'sheep..". of  A ustral ia. 11 is a f lo wering plant belo ng ing  to the same f ami ly as the d an d el 10 n an d daisy  of our niead 0 \vs,;bii t; w he n \ u 11 g ro wn, fo rms  one huge coiifluen \-;vvhi t e'ni ass. so closely. r^:  Rgl'nhliO'* ** ^l"'"'4 fViof ?f    fn������vmt*vhtlv ��������� fl^ftiMVPS  ��������� ;��������� -. jf TIMPORTERS 'ANi)/',.;/,;   , -:'  , . ;  klM^y.:  jeS.6m  M-^^^M^^K^^^-^  '*&.CM  it  IS, MONTHLY  S ;..; ALWAYS ON   II AN U;rAiv.U,. la; . Al V������ iuu*r  importing themc^tcompleti^a^ortmentof -..-*���������'.- X; ,  Erifflisli Gl^hinff,   / ;  ���������,: y-..yt  : .Xy  7X\  ,^,o* ..������.  0-yA  xA  y ������������������. > X-  Z!l  '-- ' '������������������;-'"   ';   ' :  '., '':-':, . '-Xyy-:.  -Ml'  TJndOTclo^iiigi  ���������'������ i  y^y. i  ���������:j@~.  MISCELLANEOUS.      -.  myy^n* ���������jtfirtea m a course .of ev I con-  S-ftakes.thesw^  /yD'lsea?8o������������d^  1^ W I.f reveal thcfact.tbat no bottom, is  mandahaiff.������ora^tbeshprerfrom whicb  isiuferrea tbitSt: Croix is the apex, of an  Smehse snhinanae moanUin.^Laymg a  prim cable In tbat/vicinity wiilbea  difficult job.     ; t -.  ; : ' ';  /���������;      ;    /���������  NofORici^  mtstio^aky^wlveWsbonld ail bePeprgieSi  jrtfrai* spmtses named &ie, and gamblers  ,-    - -11v..i r>..������ .���������/Will..-ia mi<sf.att>n   thnuffa;  -i of Antwerp,  was a short time ago safely delivered of f ur  According :to:tlie idea"  ietnaie; cb11 drenv ��������� Auu������tu������������g: iu: ������u������ .������yv������i  journals this occurrence i created quite asen-  sation in the town. When the, christening  took place the church was crowded with spectators/arid thbnsamis. of persons lined the  streets along which the cortege.of four.nurses  with their * charges, ;and as many gpdtathers  and rgolinothers were to pass.  The Emperor of the French, it is reported,  lends a favorable ear to the scheme.ot building a railroad bridge across tlie English  channel, to be supported on floats. The projector, M. Bontel, has, it is said,, been admitted to an andience on the subject, and received encouragement to proceed in perfecting bis plans and estimates. *.-     -y  At-tbe memorable Indian massacre in Min-,  besota, six yoarsagorthe;ianu  iej consisting of soven persons, were arnotiff  VftlC a aw " 'k. ,".'.!:.;  1. ' ' ���������':&���������*&���������<���������  "��������� .  y. y-y  ~'fL ;,���������-'--���������.������.*.^' >^.-w vii/^1'^''."....-^''::^'''' ;Ki  ;���������<-!<  A large a^  .   :   %  '���������::. Burkeryili  : ^,.ffc-a.-:."-'Si������������Siq  j'������Jfi:i5akl3B������  ^ment of Ishjx auu:A^S^^9^?? ���������' ^  ;--^-^:^i^:::%/::v:'::'^-#f^  '   .. ���������'���������"������������������-   ���������'���������;. .,.. ''.:���������;���������;���������::���������;���������:",; ;::���������,..-'��������� .-.-;.i--..-������������������  ..:..���������-,��������� .'/:.vo^C.';,i^.;   r. ,'.;:v..-^;u:  :���������,������������������"'. ������������������������������������^>'v:.!:,-'j^^v.:^.:,;M,^i  -..-'��������� .;- t   "     "��������� ���������-'��������� * , v-'~:-" '   *f ^  ���������'(Successors to BilieBros.,)  3A-R.EE R1IL LE,  s...';.   ,,.  .. ,... v. ....... ���������������������������'���������-���������-..-. ������������������:.��������� 7;^ ,..'.,    ���������-���������������������������.    ���������������������������  IsconwfiCT Idbas.-^-A lady friend,of ours  sks; why: we soVunderestimate-lt-he^Hrera'cn-  ions 'iiientat capacity" of general .Butler..  )i\i reply is: '! He has but one correct eye;  jlear;V;; His views are .consequently ye^  reliable.;. "f -'���������;.. '-: -''���������������'     '"  .'. "'���������; :���������'���������" f * ���������;/��������� '.f :':''::' '^''  ^eett':vears'"ofWe made his appearance at^i- bpughrin-^rjnst  Scity.wScop  Enjrlisn that he htuijust escaped from a:party.I, ^.. ; ,������-,,  oft)6ippewaswlm  :''.;'-iV''.'."l;.-^.\'.-.i  & Ciieyenne paper states that Mr. and Mrs,  Spotted tail-noble red folks���������rliued at the  caaingbolel in that city the other, day, aiid  lhat they demolished sixteen plates of soup  dtoreen. them.   As they arose from the table  n S. T. was heard to murmur in Chinopk  argon���������*'Nika turn turn, hyas, kloseh copa  [okuk muck-a-nuick house. V.Nika   mitleid  [liiavya all the thue.w  An old gentleman travelling, some weeks  I ago, on a western ra i troad, h ad two lad i es,  Isisters,; for Companions.- The younger, an in-.  [valid, soon-fell asleep, and the old gentleman  [.expressed his regret at seeing so charming a  iyoung lady in ill health. "Ah! yes, indeed,"  [sighed the elder sister, " a disease of the  [heart." '" Dear mey1 was the sympathetic re-  ! spouse, "at her age!   fWifi^wji/m rmrhana ?'J  six years, and that, his name was C auncy  Case; "Investigation proved;tbat he was one  of the family of Simeon;Gase and the only  one not murdered by the" savages.  ; - Th'e Asso ci ati on; o f Lo com o ti ye J3ngi neers,  formerly called: "Brotherhood 6'f the Fpot-  extended to'thenu   , Barker villc,J.C.5s May, 22,1868i  .jciitti  VES!  AD  ;s;3<&:;^E:  .,   BAR������ERyiLLE/  Have just received'a"choice selection of  ^... ...       ������ LARGS  A^ORT^v  ment 61 BOOTS or^arious 'styles^ and of the:Xy:  >r-.^,. :f:Bl*^rQUALITY;;��������� also; Benkert'S Fine Dress^:; ���������  Boots of the best description. :  ���������;���������'.I have Roots ofmy own make warranted not to ba   : '  surpasseil by airiy Boots made,eithbr in trii? Colony or   ���������'  in California, either for. workmanship or durability." .; V  : Cum: Boots enhstnii tly. on ha art.   Boots made .tai .,:  order and REPAIRING >ioac' at tho shortest notice.':  tgCNEXT-'DOOR TO THE-SEKTIKEL OFFICE, JSftr  jelS        ;-:.   BARKERVILLE; B.C..' ;*;.:.  '.: -,><y.('yyyyi y^(y y^y^y-tyy.  TINL PliA.TE  ANB. SHEET  IBOK,  . .with various other articles in their line Of trade.  ��������� flSr* All Jobbing in the^Tin,:5?heet Iron, Copper and  Zinc trade attended to, anil warranted to give satisfac*  tion.  I Hfvitw,, ������������u������a ������Bp i   Ossification, perhaps V}  [" Oh; no, sir���������an ossifer, a lieutenant51    <���������  ^ The Sul tan has j us t made a f resent to-. -;th e J..F  Emj>oror- o?-^ -Ff������ech*������$ -a -oan-s^oS' ���������,^l5isli:-"i������.J &  1518 was sent hy Francis I. to the Venetian "  governor,of the Isle of Cyprus.  A Melbourne paper says that upwards of  ������320,000 was spent hy the government, pub-,  lie bodies, and private"-persons on the fetes  given in honor of the Duke.of Edinburgh.  A comical suicide has been perpetrated by  & young man desperately in love with a  young lady who did the plate and glass  gashing of a hotel in Paris. He '-told bis  love! and was rejected, lie took it much to  beart, aud resolved to emulate the Duke of  Uarence in the way of departing this life,  no entered the cellar, fastened the doo  nUlO. Pfl.t. nn Mia fl.    * -j    _        .i  formerly called: *(Brotherhood; of tbe Fo61- ; ���������       **������* > j������-��������� *���������*-,   boards which organJxation extends through- GAST IRON COOKING STOVES  out the east and west, it- not the entire United onrri1 -pAniir.D    wmfl   '  S tates, has one important; and no ve 1: co n ditto n y * "    '-'������* ���������  of m embersh i p���������v iz.: th at \'i i p o n! th e death of  a member: each member is to pay one dollar  as contribution to the family of tbe deceased.  There are fifteen hundred engineers now con-  nec ted' vri th' the associa ti oh..:..  A train fro oi :U p per 11 al y li ad 1 atel y a narrow es ca p e fro m d estr u etio n o n the Vi ne fr o tn  Bologna to Fiorence. Tt consifted of nearly  fo'rty ��������� wagons *. and w as d esc en d.i \\g th e Ap p e-  nines at so frightful a,speed that the break  had no I on ge r any power over it.- The conductor and engineer, after making;repeated  signals of distress, jrave themselves up for lost.  Fortunately, a pointsman at a particular sta-  4 ���������'--'-���������- from the strange  A^D  rAS  STATIONERY.  '������Xg. CAMPBELL,  JUST;RECEIVED ONE of the largest and  best assorlod stocks of  -       ^ ,I1V VUi,aij mstciieu me uoors be-  ������w, sat on the floor, turned on the taps ot  several huge casks, and quietly awaited till  we flood arose".   When discovered  he   was  wiy dead,.the wine having almost -got up  ^S/'1^ P^e^-his nioutb.   The landlord  aicked aud cured him.  it is said, that atriong t*  P'e by whom Ye; *  ^cre is not a be  S'flwt a' wflta.  The women are  Cl^"!8? are rob,lRt and energetic,  are To ti     'S are Pltintifl^������ though there  4flV^apera'.' Hfe is si������Ple������d easy,  fc among two millions of peo-  eddo, m Japan, is inhabited,  >eggar in tho streets,   not  a  q'   r>tiftl.������*.       mi_ _    IfIhTTrX tor~   to mountin-tcad of <le-  prevented.      .  v nnrresnondent of tho CUlcasco Tribune,  Acoiresponm^> Doka'ah ter-  wrilingfromi to   1 hil Kea nv ]fl  ritory, draws a quei     lewii ^  horse. She m yonn? . ������d ������������������J ^n(     kn0\vn  her cheap at the. price, ba . fm rcom  to discreet husbam^s    < ������c mcdJ ������������  Rfeen  offer.   They .-nrMy reach the a,try  in their n������*������s  ������������������^ ."���������"-,,, i;f0    A dozen  Ulo it h yet 9������,vf'^(:Mt one sitting-  endnos can finish a bulUio , t  herself outsido of at least mte^t wnnAer,  Farmers, Attention!  ������--��������� ^sssrF0R  w   GrhiaingutthebODA^Ki. ������.w^ttv  ON-E-HALF CENT   FEE POUND,  PR   CHlPPv  -;'���������-,:.,, :M^.C.S.   Eifoi   L.S.A.   Loxd.,  I: SURGEON AKP  ACCOUCHEB,  : At home for consultation daily;   Office two doors  bnlrtw tlie Theatre.   Office fee, ������o..     y.- ..��������� .���������  nv\TFTRY--Teetli Extracted or Filled ���������th Gold,  A. f. main;  nPVPRVL AGE^T AND ACCOnSTAST.-KENTS  ft n^d nebts Cbl'ccwdi Accounts stated, aud  w���������in%r MrStS"bSoW made up. All business ������  S?ab^br-Ss transacted witH correctness and  Pr?������?limo������������^s'or orders left at the store.of th.  *&%%% iffll recel��������� immediate attenuon  Barkerville, July ��������������� I'68- ��������� glB..  & GENERAL  AT������.re,,������i .....,���������,......,...  AV   THE    4ERtVAL    AT    BARKERVILLE' _OP '  C^'n?lSS   Hi^wnl also leave regularly twice every  ,n the mommgs e  U? ^u,  ^ ������m a  will alsobcaituii. l,J,^-   J loKt.ilhi,.v Creek. Forks  "WliSSS'oBdiS^d?^' Creeks.   He will  i^au^af Nervine, where ail orders, etc..  can be left. Gm.  Mnyo, W6S. _  w, bodks are plentiful, though there  herself outsido ot-w i^u ft wondQr, rcceivert  jwspapert : life is simple and easy, buffalo, wh C\P0^^��������� 1 ^ t  ������ 'Hiivemi and children go baked. W ctonge in hor personal &PF      -- -  Steamer -Enterprise.  tv n^DER THAT IT HAY CONNECT  Sth BARNARD'S EXPRESS th?  ������tWprtoe will hereatter leave  ^^"^Tutn on Mondays & Tnm-sdays at  ,     ^a qnda Greek on Tuesdays and  Will I^are^oda^ u^ dayligllt#  ���������few ,, Tin.iiflRS  i^SSesa"  y& ���������ifla&������^.l^^  y^y-  i:.\:y  v. ���������������������������:,���������  WXi  rr\r-  ^m Winkle,       - :   -      -    . -4    J. W.'LfndUiird.  : ���������Ouc'sDelraoiitb,; Mr/Gaudis, .Barua'rill.s Express-;Ojlte;..  rSoaaXrecl^    -      :    ��������� ���������      - 'XX Burma's Express^  Yale,    ���������-'#"?- -    ?*AIr. Evans,    ��������� a>; ���������        ^ .*fQ,-^J  :;Kow-:Wcstmiuster,--rVl-,X-X\'-. ��������� / ���������'-:;\:-:'Clnrk'spii:&.^P>,  ': "-lif- 'v ������::'��������� -'XyXy ���������������������������-'������������������-���������: v ^',. -:" \'. ):.y .^f-E. Mallanualn&  ytt\yy  .  "TO GOBRBSl'ONBKNl-a.  , ..'*  All'communications must"hit acoompan!ed by the  real name and adclresswi'' the "writer, pot. necessarily,  sahigv tlieVsSixrjf/J.l>a t~as sgcy'rityiftr  with a view ofpubli  hls^^cfaUJ^^;  :Sti..V A ������������������������.?���������!!>������'-  ���������Td/l"6'ranTii3SRsr  : St  Xy  .,'���������  **i *..  m  .:"V|i  ������,iy.r  - ���������.,'.;  x;  "!'''-,  uJSSSF All Artver ttae'uieh "tsjii ftt i'lUg'rt fe<l for ri ������ y fibfin i te  'perloil) will be contiriued'.ant\lVnfts'rpii <mtana cliar|c<|  lor accordingly.       ������    '! '"*"/"'���������..    ...  ���������������������������     ���������tv1*'  ������������fcn"iwii������l<iii!il* i mi Prfi"  "-." ''''i^j^a^ttn  ' ���������.;!.,  ~~  QlfARTZ?  ���������!; NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.  rrv^T---"~-^"~'-r^='*^'-*?r-  'cfi^tlie jssne that is' at stake ^and tbo. ^result*  ijogie ob tain ed therbFrbnu X,. E ven: Jij Ca ri b o o  f^loOOMmi) d: r^tjwp;:  rjy^m ATEtBj-^P ?AM  ;.;;���������*"-.'LAFONT  AND  WARD    ������������������<���������,"  Minstrel 4 ^ariety Tronpe  THIS :|pAT raM6,|HGUSf,18  AND  'lendiiigfSiM^ v of a paying!  ^,, ���������..,..������....., .^. ���������^ip|3pingj.,th e|nstdes^^yaste of  jjjgjSoiindinj*  WM^B^S. & ^odypjiv posej' # almbs fc ft cal:  eti labi(j~an < iilti ihat������v ben ellt>> tll at Men\d jus-  ���������:i-?.-Si?T-^r^>^^\-i'T^-'^:^-^^^^^ sc-^;������ stity revolt-.���������; the 'Gbve.nimtint^of 'the'colbny in  ^^aPl?cF?ifo;u8.^ate  a <i;,tQ build tb������' mill.'f n'liHtuweiiliave said  Bag'Tier re an Gl-a Ilbry!  '^-MISS MONTRZ'S B E N��������� B.P IT on  THURSDAY NIGHT. ������  #3llTI:S;H^itffBlA:  .    [Incorporated bynoyal.Charter,^J '  CAPITAL   :^   .    ^~"    V -  CALIFORNIA/ ;,^^���������^:i.t^fe;^,V::���������'���������  OREGON^;T ::^;���������.; - :.��������� ^^^������  NEW TOilK, '"   'W^TLANn   ; '���������  Doors open at 8 o'clock, perrOrmatice to ;<5cmnw  at i\ :20." A dni l^ion, SI;: .Rwcrred Sents, Sue ex  Box'Office opijn from.3 UU'oji. ni,;;-  commence  ini.,  nuO ;'  fe^. w^' -1?-?; Xyx y y y:  |ii regard j q.goicl. q uartz app 1 ies e^| mil ly as  w i\V> ,!tO-Tsi^er an d. o thor ores;   I lithe co ii rse  ,. y '- iititt ysilver /quartz 'as��������� &u}y country t.in,.-.thecI  ,.   X world, and yet ^scarcely 'the   first  \m rgeiic  effort has.;i>eeii.made to tho.foggbly''establish  ��������� the1 fact.  'It is tr.n'e; that aJTew"thbusand^do{rr  ���������   lars h'av a b een -frnitlessly' bxpended- ,by' -isey/  TENDERS WILIERE RECEIVED^17K.-TO  of, W'E 0 N E^D ATr I he 1 Oth of: Augus t:: 186S,  Cor 11 lie ciuistru'c t ion ol' h I "il G L E: TRA Hi: ii ti d'' SLK'IG H.  QEAbKb  y^t^mmm^  o*������4x^m������mtimMy  ,QN. SCOTLANR^Tha British" iV   ���������     ;1  pany'8-B.tnk.   ,     ������������������  "U*h .Ll������ Ci������  ON IREliANb^Th^Ba^tnfe   .}A  Mpii^iiip^.:'  ^������^i������������w^������;a.i  ^iv;Pea;d^OlB#  Luadeulinll'Sireet^  Eastalhdia  :������������������.���������������-. yiy  GOLD BUST^NJB^ BARS  iSlfiftllillSfi  amines.'   ������������������ ."���������^:,.v^/   ��������� ,^.- ^>-'"'T-' '���������  ... Editor Skstixel:^Itr yo������rVissiieVo'f! last  :1���������,..J���������,.^,.,.    ......    ._-,..^,:._T.-^. -..^       ,.  ..T.I...,.       j|J(j_  bf  candid sonticism;  ^peaU^HMumliaUer  , though you are;pleased to  ttelihff terms ofthef|us!C/'I  SES  at Gold stream0 ,in 1S64;^ Specimens have  been- produce^ frorar.that'ijegion. producing  flour gold;^and^eoarse^gold,C which *can be  seen, with the, naked leye.^ and ledges have  been found clearly ^defined,, ia localities  1'avprabjp.in ^yer^respect f^^for^orking^anU  in-lHb?&.^roxiniity^byVicloria^ Avhbre every  facility is afforded for working them to , the-  best advantage/^nd/yeVthbrcaiyifcaiists^f^the  ;. , ;        colpnyjhave'-nererlsbo^wn a wiliiugnesci to  to the Original jnanuscript if they i'think At  worth the-tr^ioH -j The principal typographical e rro r;: e cc 11 rs ; i a the six th 1 i nef s e c o n d ���������  verse.xwhere J hand; should be substituted for  ? Care.'   Themis also-an,extra'syllable in the'  la;st line .of the fi rst versed viz.: f dear.V; When  th e piece was'- wr i tten - i iv No ve ni ber lost i t- was  OoUntended<fbriheinressv-������biit merelv for th*  fl0iMs^ v/ '  m -;  . it ^aiue*. haW been-.obtained; and '.yetCtscrb:  X XJ is hot-to;be found a single 'company orgari-"  ' : ^ - ^ izedfor the express,purpose bf opening iip  ������������������������; i   4 and testing-their real;valub���������if:vve.'except the  ���������/- .-       Idand^Mountain Quartz Co;; who have had a  \   cjiiple^pf men for several,m'onths"run'tiihg a  - tmnel in order to strike,jtheir  ledge; some  ���������   fifty pr.sixty feet*;below -the- .outcroppings!  There  are - also  a; number  of individuals  in Barkerville who'have temporarily united  yyyy ; and employed;a:coupie- of men;toSiih\a drift  .-In. the quartz ledge:at Grouse creek,-in. 'order  1 to test itie jrichness. of the qua*-%��������� which. at  :X���������;;   .;   ' ^e >oufccropping\ shows.'jconr dVrabieVvaiue  ,,  S(jarcely;a^ayve]apses'thatweauri?t;hear-of  ,' quartz specimens being found in one place  ���������ahd^npther^whic.hjit^  theonteide.or prpve-,by;/partial.;;:and:;:crnde  ESTABLISHME>T*  RARKERVUXE.   .   ��������� ���������  nnuE pnpi?xi[ETOR mgs 'to aknoukck tita^ke  ';*���������' nas-nifltie some adilitioiis to Uls d.������tahlisbmoutv;  lie ii Iso keeps consumtly on han<{ a choice selection 'of  Pcrlumery; lory Ladl������&, idiloi,' Hair Iuvlirorjtor; :&c.  A-livslL. supply TeccivcJi/Trom I ft uglev ���������&��������� Go. by every  Exnregs.,' urdera,promptly, attvnUed fa.  : mi) 2 lm^  In the Supreme Court^of. Civil Justice o������  y^lXXMxiz&ntish. ::.pplumbiaiV-:k;,^ *���������*���������&���������>  y^^^^9iMmm  wtn "'���������'-"'* %   ������    IL ���������SHIRLEY' RMiNTHtfuit '  {VYi Plain Crrekj Cariboo.      .    '. ,      " ��������� y%l\  Red^ctiBir!  NOTTCE.  In the liiXicr of ihe EiUite and ElTecL? of '     .  fOFHU RODlLrjARD, and ;     '  JAMES a.:..isKNtVi2TT, deceased, j'l  '        QUESX-ELMOTJTH. (  ;h������; PRpPRiETORS of this: nintkkowv  I  . ��������� ��������� House tuiuler .thfcjr.slncei-eithit^ toUhiVfri'Saf  ������nd the travcJHng public  generally Tor tlieir vk-fl  Ifueralvpatrontige, ��������� and ��������� bfeg :to,,;interm them that:jft-tl  iuteslate;1  ��������� Dogs,,AGATX,^-The.,dog nuisance in IhU  town ������:is������; really^beipmiBg intolerable; ^Tlie  numbers jiro in creasing-every day. ft- would  seeni)is,though,e^eifcarrjval of. pacl^trkin'  ;c?ft^-:orf-oot3raieU  dogs-, and so .far as we. can learn none, are  ^^������������������Kn^^:.to/retii!rn.;: Tlie annoyance of  theae creatures can be:;bbrnbdndovercome;in  the day time^but at;night;we should^ like tb  see tlie man^who^can Endure witlr patience  t^ce^  thatis;}{.ept;up.fllitihg the-hbursvivhenhbriest  W*W$gW jto^bo ;;enioy infe^sleep^a-lbxury  that we fear Te^m::-B������ilcbrvillbv*\rin-::^.  |^' ^;Waf vtbrpii^this intermiQable-  ^a^:0^P^^^s.;^Maye;;suW&ted^brice^  and^we^ask;aga'in.would: not a-.dog tax of from  nve to.ten dollars be an effcctuul remedy^ as  We 11 as 51. 1 f������o-i linn f,������ mrt^w   rt 4>   ;.,, n, ���������-���������.������������������-  J'"..  increasing the  eeiore tne.jB.tii-. thty oi Norember: 1S68 "J - %;   - -  , <      7 CHAS. B. P0OLK>',    '   4- "''  Rlcpfl.elri;5ti������.AuK.uj.-r; 186S; ��������� -     .   1-.     -    nuO'  NGTieE.  PSve^^r^?11>' H���������EW  EXISTING  BE,  &nS.   - Umbert' ������ ������?|������ day dtowlvwl by niumnl  I SJj^fS -Mi!I ,!^ -^������^:W' carried on bY 'O  >���������'������������������. '>,..    ,���������      JOS. K.���������ST.;;.I,AUREKT;l:'  ^gentpnlle, August 8,1S63.CVfi^-^v:  -./��������� nuOlrn;'^  QtJES^EI^rOlJTH,  well as a legitiinate means of  :::,���������-;. NOTICE,  PaUraW^,*8 ^IUj BE TRAKSACTED;  TF>i������. A'.*-..-i   ������������.,...-���������..-:���������......   ��������� ��������� -r.    .  during 'the week* will be from 10  )p|opfepfjh]b coIoayihSe^d^^si^^el  revenue?  ^e^?Iollowing; .>passengers::-~Rcv, Mr. - and  M s. Reynard and. four children. Mrs F V  .-;:.;.,: : GahMa;;: ^ ;-. -   ' Ve>"ng"  .ii.ni;. lo 'i p;ni.    : :;  , H. SHIRLEY'BLUNT,     -  . pA\K op BiVitjshColwuUa     1 ;;'-:���������-������������������'^"?V!  -^i^i^lllIZlii^20^!r-7^iyv ises } ^   ;. j ;jy22 im;-  T:!  ������'������.  i0;;,;NOTicfe. ���������:;,���������;,;:������������������ ��������� j;-. yyx'  BANK OF;; BIUTlp^6RTH AMERldA;  _en:cs, .. t  ,  Are prepared to forward^ort^from ;^ ������������������_  QUESNELMOUTH TO BiRpRVILBE,  y'y:y '"v>,        ^ At nioUerate rates.   ������,-,    ���������"'. v'  -  %&��������� AH orders promptly attended to. Goods, aud  Proti uce -IcepI on Storage at,t he lowest rites.:f      .  'ltKFicRBNCKS^���������.Messrs; Pearson Bros, 'and eBow  Brtfs. '��������� ~X.,       vjj'^m  CLosrxG.--T'hfimailfor the- lower connirv  vvill close on Tuesday evening at 8 o^ Self  and the express at p:o'clock." The staw- will  Urn ou Wednesday.morning, at 7 ^k  every .part of the wbrld %here. quarto t<t  -.".;:���������.ffv capitulist3 have -taken bold and  op^ed^tip;the.'ledges,.and; iii. no'single ir.  stance lias;it proved.a;failuro^ We can ffive  airmstancein our own experience which  contrasts most remarkably -witli" the action of  .the people ol' this colony,, and  shows  how  people mother places act in. matters of thH  ���������Kind, In 1801, when .the discovery ^������  made, m Nova Scotia that go!d-bearin>  quartz existed at Tangier, whilst^ome S  running ab mt with picks and hammera and  morto.testinga spot here and there, and ������������������  nine put often persons were pronouncing con  nal fa Kew Brunswick 8J i ,ped an enginelm  his owri hook to Tangier, .put upiqM  mj 1 and before a,shaft was su'bk 20 f4 fhe  mill was- ready to test its value, which faZ  tunately for him, proved, sufficient ricti &  FWLvtof*' HZ -mow- extensive -mil s  Mug .erected; and  now' the  gold   ruiJ I  i,2    n,P   r,leo[ any mines  in -th*   s    wFurmiiig-th  world,  although   the richest clui  floes not exceed sixty dollars to th  -������������������e vf^age������..we boIHH? is not  Ihe jaeawe wish to ih niWa i������ fi,L      . .  .;'-. , .ROBERT BURRELL  GEO. GRANT,  tokorvi lie,.20th July, ig^8  .  Agents.  jy.22 ljh  IT  ouse  Sua I  _ji'.; bp-uiod  thd:ii1)������v(! hoiiso/at tlio .Ioivcr fP���������  Uarkcn-iile, Wfiero'lM-wiil fufulsli   .    ' 1" .' ;-���������  -������ Any  VWmilX;-em DOLLARS REWARD.  Lbst,  G"vfn*>i7* vf'F"N''-,(}.' BETWEEN   BARKER  JOH.VPOLMERE.  NOTIG E.  Ill l|I.  THIS   METHOD  OF  i  Board for, B     _  and by ki rict .attention to the accommodation dj-Jlj-  customers ami a good table, be, hopes to merit a. W  o f [iii I > i tc put mmnp. : '���������.  :"; ".- .JEi!!.'  IB  -^jRrced  >^&ffl?onvo  Barnard's Express.  to iii press, is tlii  i  Afennt.-  F.OR  SALE!  :   IN   TWO:PO;UND   TINS,  DIRECT FROMTHERANCHES OF LOS ^ICG^J;fr  CalilV.rnia.    Tin.* is a splendid arilclc. -hvm  miner iu Carihoo should got a tin and try.lt.;       .  ';-:   ��������������������������� ;. -.::���������: ������������������ ualso,-v:;-������������������ 'I'."'���������;;���������: .*;' -'���������''  FRESH    BUTTER,  ' IN. ;SIX   POUOTiTINS-\, ]:X  I For sale, Whoksalo oiicl BotMJl;fc���������<;'-..-  1 ' '���������������������������-    E. l'BABSON BROS., ;  .jymm-,    ',-.;-���������    )XX^y       ,B������rUCrdlle.  P li o t o g r a p ki c ; ^t'i ft*?;  TTAS. NOW  OPENED ^Ml^Sw^-  11 tery;.������.ria is propapd to do all tof^S,  phi  ol the  cuuU Jowclry work; executod Jntbe W*  -irt. *  inifi*'  5?hHrohrt|r!crs  requests  LEWIS  WXNTR,p!Slon^^^^i^moct  , Kiel i ii IJ A ugnst a l'ais'TKPH K*VS0Ki Kvromn.ri.  -���������'.'��������� *   ������urj2(  Carles cloAVisitc; Timbre do Poste.VntoWtJW 0  trpes,: Leather Pictures,   MJ^aW- '������  ,l[oWs.Ch.inis, etc., Single or WjWg^  rimitsako...taken on White Silk, Liuea or ������/  Pot  ;Cioth.  ���������Barfcetvltt". Jfar 1,1������.  :6m  ���������if ^)af  Ipllill indei  ���������1%  ���������fnded.  IBHr10 a  fe������tlai  npl^icE  HHIdoa h  ^^ Rod  ���������nvs}  i  "1  i  ���������Ms  R������*  g^^^^j  fe  ^^���������^  / "'  KT-8  ^^^fi 1  ^00,000,  touches  CO,  ilontreal,-;  ntreai.  M America"'  tfsh Colua.  fa.- Avenue,;  audan'l.Vcf. J  ���������  ' " "'"���������' "T I  l trahstlftL''I  5T.^i';/'-  ttRXWX ������������������;  llicir fii ji:������  * tlair j������.������t���������!,':  bem thai ia>  ^pLLAit;;-  eu>hl'^ii^'q  M wUliVbc:)i|  5lTliiio.l.T,;-- j  ciu.a  ���������-"'  ;tuit  ���������ding  rILLEr  Jcoiis .*nd '  and Baje  j,v;203in  MlIBiOSE:  SU*DM,/AUGUST 16, 1808;  I W1^ -The S3STJNEL is tho "oxly paoer  ^Hiiied on ; the' Mainland which *    ';  reiegraphic Despatches; ^ ypyXyX-  receives  EUROPE.  New-Yqrfc,;August S.~The European mail  'justarrived.;--:;.-:.;.���������.���������'. .���������-.���������  '->������������������ ,���������:���������;���������,-.   :  Paris; gossips state..that: the Emperor^u 1  shortly issue two-manifestoes.   Oho will be a  presented :a\ tvirp-fold appearauce': First, it  was devised to deceive Mr'Cooiiibsbyrthe  pretended; .0Q;{ and; "secondly; :it.Wiri-  tended to;mislead thepublic by the hip; arid  nctitip^yalueset;upoUvthe;claiOi. vf'Heliol  win = k'������ ���������      s      }r e ^mPeror.: The, other therefore be granted:" >The'learned ^niW  -y-yy COUNTY. COtfRT.���������;".' X --V���������"  ���������{Before. tho Stipendiary, Magistrate '-���������'Justice;fBrcw:-i>  confidence ia^th'e.: dynasty of  Special;to the  '.?"V.."':;  VICTORIA,, VJ.,      !t::' j ^ f-J  ���������V^tOMTUK viCTOHU^or.oxrsT.]'1    ;   ,'  A Joint Stock :J Comp any /has been 'formed  ui EnglauuY .witK a capital of' $400,000, for  fiw p urp ose of co ris ti* tic ling & ; dbjet a ti,;', Esqui-  \. ^ji^rT rt������tt*eH%-kmudry r-^fetbe'^q utina it;  load, was robbed . last'Tuesday night.j. No  jrabc'bf the.inissiog -,^'Uclei':ii^^^'oK&'4:%.^UH  jovered.     ��������� ���������- .���������*'���������', ' ; ,'  The : UB. S; Saginaw arrived on .the ey eh ing  ^ftnel3tlj|rdiu\Sitka.;;. Bhe;j;wiflv^emain,:iu  he toria a week and then return to Sitka. <^;;  l: InfPfnintibny i t;is(siiid,; has ���������been received ;iu  ^ictoriaHhafcSir! *<':Jp"bii;:.; A.; .Macdbuald lias  font? that ��������� he expec ts: to co h clude the transfer  itiiout del ay ^ and tbat. then; ttiey will be pre-  ared^toadmifr British Columbia into,the;Con������  federati pa: up o n co n d itio ns: satisfae to ry to al  ai'ties. '. "     ." <   '     ':< \. '  ,.[ '"'"\ ,    ':'���������'  ���������      , ������������������������������������  -CALIFORNIA.,   ,  f San Francisco^ Aug-. 0.^���������X)i\ Ha in, iq the.'  Ita of to:day, asks assistance; in the case of  I fainily on Bryant street^)numbering? teir,  prsosis, who are very poor; nine of them*  fpwu witia snia! If jit x of a most;virulent type'^  San;J?ranoiKco,'--Aug. 10.���������-A; telegram from  [ontana  to San Francisco, says-un affray  Recurred yesterday at Jjanto^Ilflitel^betwecii  icJ proprietor  and  a .laboring: man. TTlie  Liter -was shot in the stomacb���������|. ball hoi: yet  mud.,; Too much whisky, was the cause of  lie-trouble? ; - -:. "���������'���������   .   j '  Tl������e Rev. Lo k is Loo tins, Vicar Apqstol ic  jr .Bishop of Idaho;. was  solemnly:: cb'nse-,  feted; yesterday^ at "St. Mary ,?s Cathedral.  [lie ^ios,t Venerable Arcbbishopfi^lemany  appealing for  Napoleon.  ;��������� "^  rl:��������� 4W,:tho ^ i'ench trading post;near the  ���������frontier Jmej>f CochioChina- was attacked do  Wim of June by;a baud; of armed rebels;  i^.tor,t contained twenty-lbitrnieaail told  who, made a valiant assistance,.but after a  desperate fight they (;were overpowered and  mnssacred. ��������� A;strong.FrobcbvTorce wlis. siib-  eequently sent against the band/nnd ;bn ;the  mk June recaptured the prizes and dispersed  the .desperadoes.'* ' ���������  "  ; Cft0,lt!^a^prevails alarmingly' on the' Barbary  ;"aoast..;:,..IavOnej>lacev55O-oiitor-HOOOof-a'O0  ulationwere carried-bm 'Great-:liavpc was  made in several Other towns/:'  ���������* ;,There is; no; truth" irivthe^report thatQenerai  Prim has left London.- :. 4yy/yy:''yyX'  ��������� Paris., August 8���������The; Empei-or Napoleon  established a -jGourt: af FbntaihbleWu: for a  short season.     ; " '  c.' ^������.r- ^?'e^ "^^ a ^on& conference; ati the  pe;cts;:of:;i5urbpe  . ^^^������lOi5\^v#;ai  Lord Stanley^ on behalfof the British Govern-'  ment, expressed a desireIbrthe maintenance  ofpeacefiil relations with all countries^ and  renewedJiis expressions of desiiW for^ a cbn-  equally in, the wrongs and as evidence:(pro?  perly admissible) liad been tendered which  proved that n o par to f the co hsi deratio ii had  beeii p,aid,.trie plaintiflf could riot in the'|)res-'  ent instance be deprived, of his lien for tbt/  alleged purchase money, and a decree- waV'  made ordering, an account to'be taken of wha.  wasfdue, the> amounts;. receiveilj:bylp.laintili  as dividendssiuceibe date of the saiein June  to, be,deducted -arid regiirded: as payments  made, on .account'of-tht^SOOOi, Asto the  balance.found to be due, aiidM,to cbstsV the  Court reserved totber instructions^ .  -The Courj passed:; some-^o'rytsevere^ sti*ic-  ���������:i<>  ,.ys������^EV4������S^Thia>.was^  orouglitto;,recover a.proportaon of, a)iude- :  ���������NaS0!*:  >&.  had Alr^Cobmbs^recbvered ;:a: judgment aud  been defeated in realizing it by the*act of the  pitiintig^ithe latter would rbave^ attained rib  relief whatever from the; consequences of Ids:  act.. ', j , ���������: - q;,.y   ' _    y .;��������� - : ��������� .x   J " *-, -*  ;Mr Walker^for plaintiff; 'Mr Waikem-for  dei'endaDt.  meiij; against; the Welsh coVandpaidbyJpiain-  \tiff ^with an^assurance by the Coartithatoo  jpnld"reepver an ;aliqubtipactHf laid-:��������� judff-  nentiroareach individual member 6rV iho '���������     ���������'- '     ,'���������- i  company,  Defend ant showed 1;hat heVasiiofc   '     '''!������������������ > :     v;" . -    .  egally a member, of the Welsh co., and that  .   - ������������������     '���������    .    .  :l  i-ho interest for which he "was assessed was    , ������������������ *    ' ���������       '  aeM'byMr Price, who bad.also been sued for-    "    ' ' '    ��������� "'       ,  :  the same assessment.   The.case was dismissed ;    '��������� ; ; '  without;costs.- ���������.  ' .,rf   '���������'".':';���������'       \''-\yyyy"      ,-  '' "     .\    .  , ���������, /'  i Nason vs��������� PBicis.^This was a similar1 case; <;       ..  and judgment ,was��������� given against 'defendant , ''  for $G5, with costs.      ' - ' ' .  - '     ,    _>    , .  , Nason vs. HuDsox.���������Suit arising from simi- '      ' ' *  iar-vCause*. Goivlessed^and^paid-datb^eouvt'" :r~-* .v���������---'- - 7-'- '<-���������  ���������:S3f, with costs.    , ,*'' \t        <*   " ' j"     '" ' ' '   X^yfy.  yJ$J^ ^ ,   ���������"   ' "/;l- ".", ���������''  paid by��������� Hudson..., Case dismissedl: '       '    . "'        - -       ������l    ,f   / , /, i ';;  Clour fc���������$34, with costs., ,       ^ "      ; '" .       ' ,   .  wi  ^httl^en'mggbjf  ad line has been  iastyoned uui.til Monday. 18th inst. Oil that  |iy passengers, caa.go to Sacramento; in six  ������mrs from this city. . . " '  ��������� ii u j 1 are M c K ins trey decided to-day i n favor  * p tai n tiffs.;ih the case of Maeon dray & Co.  jiihist rtie%'ve'neris 6f thoiship��������� Yiscali;ptiarr.  sved-lii' Uonic Korig-.to. carry7a cargo to-this;  nuance of; pleasant ;and friendly relations  ith France.     ��������� * ��������� *  Moostiron,responded in like; manners He  heldj that the Emperor. Napoleon and , the  Cilicen.ol England enjoyed amicable relations  "existing; bet we en n o o thbr two i\ ation s. and  that |acii of - i Ise 1 f was. .a; su flfi ci en t guarau tee of  theftpeaC!B;of-Europe. The interview .is understood toll ave been of a most 'satisfactory  character and good results are expected.'^  T"e?French transatlantic cable-will' be  completed about tbe 17th August,. ISGO.1,  Paris. August;10-^The:Eraperor on his re/  turn from1 PI ombiere stopped a short timeat  ;Troyes, where he was received; with' entlnfc  si as m. He. was prese n te d w i th an ad d ress o f  welcome by the Mayor. 'The Emperor re-"  plied, thankiri^"AK'~' : -:'* ���������' "/y:''" ~'"!"'L' ���������" V|L"'  mbii  j?^^k^;<y  r   '< SDJBBMB- COURT.    ��������� ���������    -  ������kw0^AA\gXy4:;;  :McTierxan:vs. AJuiit^This^was jvri'appeal  - fro m tlie Go Id Co mm ission er ?s deoisio n; i n reT  straining the defendant, from conveying "the'  water from Walter Guicb��������� to the Mbrniiig  Star claim'., below ?Bai'kerville. Tfe Court  4isinissedithe' appeal-ou th^^rPund that'Sriiith1  :w hen iie^bbtalned the water in 1861' only >iipr  j)lied fbnand'obtainedj"the privilege of con-  veying the water ,200'o yards; ?arid 'theretpre  had-no right to carry it beyond" that distance;-  He '"differed^ dinewha't fronvthe G;olcl [06m mis-  siorier on some of his points^-of riiling;'butitiv,  rived substantially at the; same couclusibif.  Smith haft a good and properrrighi_to sellanci  convey the water aud the; ditch; to: Adair, but  that, right did uotextend'to the" convoy an ce of  the water beyondi the, disfnnce.of 200 -yards,  from, which {joint it-should,"be" returned to its  natural channel. His Hbnr.t expressed.him-  sel f free^ ire ri)>alV the eni barrassialehts :wh i ch  the construction'of a  .vantageously built or so properlv located as     -   - "    ,  jmhvpreseuttime.; all;the;most>mreyplaces- r;,  :. -,    i  clearly show themselves," ami- will give^ the '"     ' ���������r :   "' -  con  them*  dil  ^rierallyfeariseirilcases;pf;litigatibD; from con-  filcfeing 'testimony, for iu this'Gase' there was'a  yy  :J(Cerore His Honor Judge Bs#biq.};:  pear in evidence tuat iiso water was claimea  by. plaintiff for-the mere Eake of extorting  irioiiev^orat the��������� insti^ation ofx������ rival coin-  t^-v-���������������������������?.'>'" wr*****?**. .*������"."   win give; ioq     : ���������:W:-.������  nstructors -fin' opportunity   of,1 avoiding', '                                 (U';.|f  am or making them passable by proper cbr-'    ��������� ~x'ii  rpying orJgrayelliug.   Mr Spehce. we.un-^ , :    '  dersiand, has;d1iH%.dy?l'ddftte'd^ th'e^iin^;-a^d^i&.  is 'almost to be regretted that the interests of'  ��������� the' miners down the creek make it necessary -  to build the,road;oriHh^^hady instead of tho   v  sunny side ,ofv, William^Creek.- We^canhot ;  but (eel,thankful'for this act of justice 6ri,thc/. '" \ : -'   \ '  part of the Gpvernment,'and should they eoii-T /r,tJ- ?  tin lie Iheffi Jibefaiity}an:d order n -similar ao-  ���������pany.  rllle.  ist,  3 GAL-  otogw-  Ami"0  lows o  *OolW>  ���������..���������J)ni  Xm  w  i  wm  I  x  m  m  I  m  m  *������it.=wun1th^; rtn deistand ing; ;she;/shpuld^;i>e  msigm-Hl io Maeomi ray & do: on her arrival .'  i;r :. eouiuiauder   consigned'  the   ship   to  laother house.  / "j '  -.;.   '.: "CANADA. '������������������-:    '^'-- ;>''-:-;  Sr. * Amte. . August 1-6-^-The fire which lias"  )eu raging the past: week: in the Woods  aclied^thm place.oh; Satorduy ��������� .���������; It destroyed  even buildings.: "arid the rail road-track; was  jadly damaged, alsoa large quantity; of tim-  p was destroyed.  *  Halifax, Aug. a!.^:HoiT.;jbiop'J]'How'ev,-im������de.  prepprt of his visit to England to the. Nova  jeotia Convention to-day;   A.-series of "res6-:  ions; were unauimously.": ad opted that riot-  .hstanding-;. the  unfavorable responses of  ir Queen fer the repeal bf the!-Act; uniting  va Scotia to the Canadian; Confederation;I  ^a Scotia would retire from-such, alliance  5ecl on the peoploagainst their will.   The  ivontion. then acljpiifned. L  ::   : j >  ��������� EASTERN STATKi?:' ! \   y y}-  few York, Aug, 8.���������A private cable de-  tch announces the death of Edwin A.  vans,. a millionaire, at Paris, yesterday.  was Commodore of the New York Yacht  ->, and one of the principal owners of the  nden and Cam boy railroad. The flags of  wken yesterday were at half-mast on  Q public and private buildings.  \ Lo(1^' Aui?- 8.���������There seems to be a  X pu  ���������bbors organized in the western  ������t the btate.   Stages betweu Butler and  d  ..al  outrages.  !wiJ^k\A"g- 8���������Mri Commodore  j4m*iU bas been struck with paralysis,  L>    ���������JlUry a,,d civil Gororamant,  o and city officers were present.  Sd5.li^); Al'S' S���������A r^okUon was  :." awlanng negroes ineligible.  a"inSft A"S' 9TGen- Sclibfleld has <Je-  ool:hLTl 0!,F������������������n������*. employees  net Wand, tbat Iho eight hour law re-  ��������� nisonville were stopped last Tuesday an  ^^Hiassengers robbed.. There were seven  iMHf^er similar ontrao-fts.  gtoishthonrs' work, but  ���������wtwa to the number of hours.  ;.*' IN" CSIA&CEUT.  N te:;   - ,���������. i^niDAT. August ii.  1?ittkx vs. /:Fo6iii2r.7~The defendant, Mr.  ���������i'boley, 'represented, as Adnliuistrator; :the"  estate.^f the late J. D. Bennett; who .was re--  cently>-;killed Avhile at .work���������in"-'th"e:-Taffvale  company's ground y and as such administrator  Air Poo ley to ok p ossessio n o f a , fui IM te rest  in the Tatf^ale co. which at tub time -of Bennett's death was recorded in the name of the  latter under a bill of sale from Geo.,Pitfeen/  dated the 19th: June last,,and:recorded;oii tke  folio'wing������day;. ;The hill; of sale; stated'that  Greo, Pi tteii; con veyed his interest to 'Ben ne tt  in consideration of :A$30'QQ ��������� paid 'to-ifiinv ;by  iieiinett.  ...-.;.  ''-.; [T he plainti ff'sought5' to r- set j aside the. bill of  sale as -an ixbsplute Conveyance, and have :Mr  Ppoley declared a trustee:for him;;;aud^the;  'plaintiff...further prayed that Mr Poo ley should  be ord.ered as such trustee; to:'re-convey. .the  id!terest to him ; or; in the event of; the Court;  refusing, to set aside the sale and. nia.ke such.  a i order, that the plain'tilf should be declared  to ha ve a lien vc-a--the- interest-to - tbe-extea yol  the alleged purchase money ($3000), as the  amount had not been paid."'  The plaintiff's affidavits in effect stated that  ���������'being threatened with litigation- by Mr  Coombs, in June last, he-.transferred the in-  teres t to Ben tie tt, an d h e in s er tod th e su m of  $3000 in the: hill of sale merely as a nominal  sum and with the view of keeping up the  value of the claim in the records of the Court.  That au absolute sale was never in tended, and'  that no part of the SoOOO had been paid; that  Dennett himself had never even pretended to  any ownership, but had permitted; him as arranged to draw all the dividends and do what  he liked with the claim; that Bennett only  took the transfer on these conditions. The  affidavits further stated that the form of  *' passing money" at the time of the sale had  been gone through with.  We regret that we have not space to insert  in full tlie valuable aud lucid judgment rendered, as it conveyed a good moral lesson to  all who heard it. In substance, it was declared that the bill of sale was absolute in its  terms, and evidence to contradict it or vary it  was according to the known rules of evidence  inadmissible. That tbe. plaintiff had confessed  to  won  GOIiD COMMISSIONER'S, COURT.  :���������   (Before G. J :������������������ Brew, Eteg:y Gold Commissioner.) , ���������*,  '   '     ���������    ;','.   ^  Tuuksday, Aug. 13,1868.  ��������� ��������� Shiurrr vs. McDowKWi.���������Suit.1 to compel  defendant to.give plaintiff a bill of sale of  pne^ ha If Jl n terest i n, the Eeed Cp t y Plain t j ff  stated thaj; in July last he  agreed   to- buy  from'defendant,a half interest^in- the' Reed  Co., Cohkiin gulch, for S1Q0; cash and S200  as it c?ime ou tin, dividends, -and'.that he had  given $10 earnest money ;��������� that next day he  gji ve���������" defen dan t.-SiO more )"';an;dS p rose ri ted- "a  b i 11 of sale for sign ature, ,whi c h defen dant  didn?tobject to at the tinie^ but :nblw;;j refused  to sign.   The bill M��������� sale��������� differed from. :ther  first agreement in ite pay meiits.;$50 cash and  , $50 in four .weeks: being me ntiohecL;.. Deft; u d-  ftat contended: that; bo: had: never: agreed to  theiiew ferras of paymen^;aiid;that ;as'plains  tiff had not tendereri him the balance of the  "SldoX'he;had notified; bfcthat the'bargam  was oil* at'the same time oifeiifig pla iii tiff his  '$50'" 'paid' "��������� 'on*-"'������cc'o'nn:6; "which- was-' -not- accepted.'  The Court decided that  the  case  should be disriiisscd, on the ground that no  lender of the balance ($50): i'.ad beeh: made  hy plaintiff to defendant; that a miia merely,  stating, as plaintiff had done, .that   ho; .had  "No  meed of praise. '! .   ��������� .-    , ' i -  mxy      :m i      i i:  Arrivals:���������It will be seen hy the po&Gen- *    ^^���������  ger, list that quite an .acquisitionv has .been    v  iriade to the domestic.portion of ?our ;popula-4  tio.n by 'tlie; arrival oftseveral fami|iesi -among"-  1 wi hom we; are ^pleased to iioticeV the; Hevv ^H--  Reyuard; and;family; Mrs. IL V. Lee and Mrs:  Vignola.   Mr. Reynard'has come with,the intention, ofi-remaining some Hime with��������� us. 40 j'_'  officiate as-diergyman : and * we .truly hopo^  thathis reception may be a:.candid. 0Be;,sarjd;   .  that he miiy receive;: a;kindVand :Tiearty;?cor-;? ��������� S  operation in his ministerial and otherduties-*1-,'     ��������� "ISS^^fe^g'-    i  commensurate' with. the great sacriflee whicl^ ���������%< 'l ��������� ��������� VX t        ?M&MSIwilk?f  he has^ made in coming with, his-famiij^rb^.^  side in this wild and inhospitable clime/"      "'   ,v ,   '       ;^^i#?4iMSkj  The  Amateur Dramatic corps' gave an en-.'     ' ",  < V. 5    C' ^%^  .tertainmenfc on Wednesday eveninglastnvbich?y^'yy '    'I'f^^ll  gave very general. satisfaction. > Our space5*J  will'hot permitWto^  of; the:-performance:.:;Wei:are sorry tjiat^Of:f: if  cannot do so;as spine of-tjie ^actors truly- ;de^:;r  serve great praise; ./We regret, that; some Mm ief XX'.  may; probably'elapse before.they wilf^agaiii. XyX  entertain:4he:pub 1 ic, but it is to ub hoped'.'that fr$. y  ihey in ay? change their-;:iiimcls ^ as': the pebple ;bff f ��������� ;  Jjkrkerville will not'ibe:.\yiHing; to..dispense;������������������>���������������������������;  with, their j p leasing -and: pro fl tab le entcrtain-  ments.���������';'/.'./y,X;;���������'���������; ..y.-xi.,'.'..    ;.-;;.;.:';*.'',%:X-Xy  ���������y The MixsTKELS-rThis -trpiipewill givb; pne: ^���������  bf their.pleasing.ehtertainrnenl'S. this; eve hi rig, .V-. ,r  when--will be introduced an amusing "Politi-/  cal Speecli;'y ajid. the; IJaguerrcan{Gallery.7*     .,  The usual 6mount bf fun and song" will be   .  given to make up the evening's entertainment.  ^m*  the money ready," was not a tender. .  .  ,    . .  costs weie allowed.   Mr. l������ark for plaintiff OnTtmrsday eyening^next abencht wiiUbe . ���������  Mr. Walkem for detbudant.     '  ��������� ,. given^to Um llontez  lars of which will be duly given by advertise-;;  ment and programme;  In future, the per-"  formances will commence precisely at 8.30.  and  Cascadk Co. vs. Salt Spring Co.���������Plaintiffs  owned since yU a hill claim on Grouse creek,  an d defen d an ts w er e i ecorde d o w n ers o f an  adjoining creek claim siuce *61, and had further lately added to this a.hill claim bordering on their lines and on the opposite side of  the creek to the ground of the Cascade Co.  Plaintiffs complained that defendants diverted the. water of the creek to work the  newly added hill claim, and that as tb eir  ground had been first recorded as a ''hill  claim," they had a prior right to the use of  the water. Defendants contended, thet they  only used the water for working their creek  claim. ..Considerable evidence was produced  by both parties to prove tbat the bait  Spring Co. were using the water outside ol,  their old bounds.   But the Court considered  tins  Pay  On the-Tnobkask������������������The Bank of Bri'ish:  Columbia sent down by last Express $52,713, j  and the Bank of British,North America $33,-  (570���������an increase of about $4000 over the last  fort a igh tly transmission. A good deal of dust  is being kept by the miners who arc receiving  weekly dividends.  BKNEprr���������There will be a performance at  the theatre on Tuesday night for. the "benefit  of "Mr. George Pearce. A number of the Amateurs will give their assistance, also Tom La-  font and Ned Ward. We hope there may be  a good attendance.  We learn with much pleasure that the Eev.  Mr. Soniervitle has decided to  pay a short  visit to Cariboo.   He intends to leave Victoria on the 21st. and may be expected here  ��������� on the Spill inst.'  ���������BBS  1  /\ ' <+-**������ ���������*������**������*���������*,���������-���������������  is ^..^^.���������������������������-���������'-��������������������������� -���������- '*    ���������- '  ELDORADO   SALOON  WILLIAM   STIRLING,  PROPRIETOR.        -BARjtKRVIM^JLC^  Fashion Saloon,  ADLER    &    B A RR  THOMAS LETT  Importer and Commission Merchant  WHARF STREET,  ,-       -       ���������      VICTORIA, WI.  -.May" 1; 1868?  M������y If 1868.,  'Barkekyille,  B. C.  May l',:  WALKER & PINCK ER.TON,  n and Restaurant,  CENTREY1LLE,'  .    MOSQUITO GULCH.  May 8,1863.  LAND AGENT, Etc.,  ..'".'  Government Stkket, Victoria, V. L  All business carefully and punctually attended* to_  May l; 1868.  t^���������: :���������  BRITISH COLOMST  ���������a���������d*CTO,RU CHROKipi*/'    Orders for mail-  6ra  'r;f^r;-r':,WAKE^FJAKE  Restaurant and  r:"-.-.;-'..'mnp   PROPRIETORS OF- THIS   WELL   KNOWN  -    T^taX^n\ in tanking the public ami their  ;'v     numerouffriendsVorp^  S^Sariccof. their patronage,, as they arc now  prTpWto a^rd ever/sat^tion intt������r Hu������ of  May^  1ICKI  EE     ROASTERS  ��������� And Dealers.in ~ "���������  GROCERIES; PROVISldNS, Etc.,  Fort Street, Victoria, V. I.  May 1,1868. .:. ��������� ;._; _  !^kWBu<������ofthe above to  ^        ��������� W^.mada.AuFtra.  ��������������� in Victoria will DC  <i23-';'.'6mos.ap:, ,5** 9U"  LYTTON HOTEL,  LYTTON, B.C.  THE PUBLIC ARE  that the above  modation ot travellers.  ���������~ either the Daily^^  any part of Europe, the United bi.  uJ:U ��������� lAn:ut Ui a office or sent  7&.  mos  do.',[���������������**������ yi  May 1,1868:  DAILY)  12  0m  HOptiPE F3RAKCE,  Cm  ���������     GOVSBSMKST STREET, VICTORIA, V. I.  Wines, Liquors and Cipa^g^& ^ Proprietors.  11  the  ccomo*  of  New York, California, and European Express,  And Exchange Company. Capital SI0 000000. F������r-  ivard Letters?Packages and Treasure, to "parts oi  SM^nrt-AtUiBtte States andi Buitjpe.. WH* of  Exchange drawn nn San Fragcisco, New Yo*,Boston,  and London, at current rates.  Office^Yatcs Street, Victoria, \. I.  May li 1868. - : 1_  3 m  W&&Z1L&&Q  f OPENED THE NEW BUILDING ADJOINING  "the-Post'Office as a ������������������  I LUNOH HOUSE AND. SALOON,...-.,  ������������������\ ���������':-;''-������������������"������������������ ���������" '" Also   eood BEDS :mi!^u,UM������ u; uc-i, i������t������iww v,  LIPSETT  ���������     And othcrKowspapersand Periodicals.  SUBSCRIPTIONS, W*G POSTAGE, PAYABLE IS ADVANCE.  ; May 1,1868.  WATCHMAKER;.       ��������� ���������  AND    JEWELLER,  CLUB BUILDING,  i ..." . ���������   -   .  Victoria, V. 1.  Government Street,  6m  S U T ft U    &   c  Corner of Yates' and; Wharf SirMts;X-yr XX-  VrcToniA, V. I.,  IWrORTOTS or CIGARS and tobacco  Mayl, 1868.  1   RESPECTFULLY INFORMED  Hotel is now open fur the ariW  rs.   One or tho best "cooks iBl?;  country is retained at this establishmrm, ano the i  is supplied with a choice assortment of Wini's an-I-  Liquors.  T  to  IM  sulc cheap.  royl4 Gin  for'  W. McWHA&CO.,          Proprietory.  CLINTON    HOTEL  N  Clinton City,  BRITISH    COLUMBIA.  TPHE SUBSCRIBERS, FOR MANY YEARS PRO  1- prie tors of the Twen ty-N i he il He Bouse Dnudas  Portage, -beg to. anuounce that having pnrcliased t'jt  Clinton Hotel proper ty,. they. are. prepared to. afford  excellent accommodation to the irav'eliing p������l>lic  The table will at all times^be wellfiuppUctl, and in' lUe  Bar will be found the choicest liquors.  Ample-stabling for animals, and the best of feed  constantly on hand.  They respect lull y invite a call from their old cusio-  mers, ns well as the travelling public generally  Clinton, H. U, Blay 1,1668 J. SMITH t ���������  A KD-REW ASTRICO;RESPFXTFUIXY^FORM^  A his friends and the travelling public, that  Unlove Hotel is the most commodious and Clean  ?., n Victoria    It is conrtuctcU on the European:  ^LS,; T������L Able is supplied with the very best  principle, and the table is supplied  the nuirket alfofds.  .   May 1,1368.    __  Cm  ���������:^y  Jewelry of every description made to order.  May 1,1868.  C.  6tn  T.  MlIXARD.  OT^^^t^:''':������������������'������������������ --'^ '������������������ ���������'���������������������.- ;-"' .'V ���������'������������������-������������������ ������������������������  PLEASURE IWANNOUNCING TO  a orally Chat they have purchased the  f 'Occupied-by  Mr  C;  Fulton,1 .and  ^3- from their long experience in busir  .  ^liberal share of their;patronage. ���������������������������}������������������ ��������� y-  irwiil 'be found a full supply of ,thc best  WINES; LIQUORS' AND CIGARS'  Barkerville; May 20th, 1868, 'jyy  jel 6m  I^VHKsS^';'������������������'���������> ���������'.������������������:������������������������������������������������������������������������'  W^yyXxysy. y.-xxy-X:  '. .\'>"'.x-y '<'X'-.~���������}"    ,:,".  Barkerville; W. Cv,  HOTEL   AND   RESTAURANT,  Also splendid Bedrooms, and the  Cigars.  May 1,1868.  best Wines and  6m .  >iy. '    '' ���������  ' $���������;��������� ���������'"'��������� .    V  I .-���������������������������   :  vyX:y\_ ''���������'  GHRISTIE BROS.   HAVE  OPENED   THEIR-NEW  ��������� Shop, opposite tho Post. Of nee, and are prepared to  execute all kinds of Blacksmith work with neatness  and dispatch.  Barkerville, June 22,1868. .-j. :je82 ���������.;.'.  m  ers and Builders,  (Opposite Cosmopolitan Saloon),  B ARKERVILLK.  J. C. Bekdy.  ���������Importers,^^aiiid Dealers in  ^eneral^^rcliandise,  '-.   *      Wharf-street!��������� Victoria, B.C.  rt"  ],\  . '    \ '.AGENTS^ FOB     .;   .:. ���������  .^:jej;^ni^^-SA^->FRAHCISC6^;. ������-yfy : yy-  X   YATES STREET,  Third door below' Government Street, Victoria,' V. I,  Has on hand; and is constantly receiving a large  assortment of Cloths, Cassimkrfs . and Vbstixgs.  which *ac is prepared to make to order in the most  approved styles.. ,  All orders from Cariboo promptly attended to.  May 1,18C8.  LONDON  HOIT  GOVERNMENT STREET, ViaORU������0g|  WHOLESALEAND  RETAiiiig?  J/H. TURNER & Cd  TMJ'OHTERS OF  EhMisli & French Silks, Shawls.. Dresses, Un  ��������� dcrclothing, Gloves, and every description of- -,  .   ��������� . Dr.ipery Goo'is. .  Receive regular supplies by. Express via Panama and  by sail in jr vessels via' Ca pe Horn.  RS? Particular attention uiven to all orders.;,;  London Firm���������J. P. Tlwstali. & Co.  ESTABLISHED 1858.  > May 1,1868.   <��������� 6m  f.$yy^:': WHARF STREET, VICTORIA,:  W WHOLESALE  6m  JESS B  COWPER,  ��������������������������� DEALER IN ���������   '  CUSTOM-MADE BOOTS AID SH  No. 23 YATES STREET, VICTORIA/  (Opposite Wells, Fargo .fe Co's.)  Always on hand-  May 1,1868.  -Calf, Kip, Shoe Findings, etc., etc.  6m  /"lONTRACTS UNDERTAKEN A NO ALL KINDS OF  XJ Job Work.done with punctuality and dispatch at  reasonable rates. A good stock of seasoned lumber  always on hand. je25 4m  BARKERVILLE.  AN AT7CTION WILL BE HELD AT THE ABOVE  Rooms  Every Saturday, at Noon.  Goods sold on commission. Goods received oj.  Storage.   Money advanced on goods.  Merchants will please send Goo is to Audi on RoomS  not latpr than Friday Evening for Ratur'd'av's sale.  je8 6m F. V. LEE, Auctioneer.  WHOLESALE  AND  ���������is-  )  RETAIL   DEALER  SCOTCH   HOUSE,  FORT    STREET,    VICTORIA  A. McLEAWTfe Co.,  GENEK AI OUTFllTKRS.  TMPORT CLOTHING OF ALL KI'DS ; also BOOTS  L and SHOES, direct from tho best English and  Scotch market!?. Sell retail at wholesale prices for  CASH. All order? sent through Barnard's Express,  promptly attended to.  May 1*1868. 6m  '~ Dealers in ���������  Fine English, French & American Liquors,  Champagne, Claret and Brandies.  4     LARGE  STOCK   OF    BONDED   WINES   AND  A. Brandies always on hnnd.   To dealer? purchasing  in iarge quaniiljVff, a liberal discount .will be made for  CASH.   All orders will receive prompt attention.  St. Laure.vt k Lambert,  Agents, Cent rev Hie.  Ma v 1,1368. urn  BAILEY'S  PRIVATE  BOARDING  HOUSE,  Fort Street, Victoria, \������etwren Douglas and  Broad Streets.  \T    P    T>AILEY  iM . \jm J) public    that  Groceries, Provisions,  HARDWARE,    DRY    GOODS,  CLOT II ING, BOOTS AND SHOES,  &c, &c, <&c.  BARKEEVILIE.  my?* 6m  \  ���������   ' '  BKCS TO INTIMATE TO. THE  he has purcbaserl the  building and furniture, a^ lately occupied by Mrs.  Heal, which ho lias entirely vfitted nt groat cost, and  the promises will now be found r������pletc wiih every  conv"ni"nce for tbo comfort of families and ladies and  gentlemen,    ifijjf* Terms moderate.  NL B��������� In addition to tho above, N. C. Biiley also  con tin ups t������> carry on the Hoto and Boarding House  on Laiurlov street.  May 1.18 63 6m  notice"!      ���������  YAL'E   MA"DE"  BOOTS!  PKICKS MODERATE ; WORKMANSHIP UN-  excelled.    Parties wishing Vale mn<H> Bof ts,  will pi case send their orders to D. McQUARUlK,  who keeps tbe best of French leathers aljv ys on  band. ' Orders from Cariboo and the upjvr1 country  promptly attended to. I). McQUARRHv. *  Wharf street, Victoria,  Offer for sale, at low rates :  CRIMEAN SHIRTS, with Collars, superior  quality.  OREGON Flannel Undershirts and Drawers.  ENGLISH      " "  Fine Lambswool Undershirts and Drawers.  HEAVY;'puck ?Ax%ly;Xxf)x:: ��������� .  13hie Denim Jumpers and Overalls.   .  Canvass Jrimpers..^: ; '���������,.'���������  Hand-knit Aberdeen and Oregon Socks..  English Merino and Lambswool      "  Best Scotch Tweed Pants...- l  HEAVYMOLESKIN&CORDUROYPANTS.  OREGON and CALIFORNIA Tiveed,    "  Grey Drilling; and Grey Calicos.  White Long Cloth, yard wide, all qualities.  DRESS GOODS, MANTLES, SHAWLS, &c.  Ladies' Trimmed Hals, assorted~siyles, <fcc. ���������  ���������ALSO FOR SALE,���������  BEST ENGLISH GUM BOOTS.  FRENCH CALK and KIP SKINS.  COLORED ROANS.  BARBOUR:S SHOE THREAD  CROSSE & IlLACKWELL'S Oilmen's Stores.  BAR IRON.  CANADA PLATE.  SEWING TWINES, Rope, &c ������������������       . .  BLANKETS, th to 4 point.   !  DUNVILLE?S OLD IRISH WHISKY, in  case.  "PRICE'S" BELMONT SPERM  CANDLES, in 20. lb. boxes.  >   McLEESE & SENAY, PROPRIETORS,    '  BEG TqMtURN THANKS TO THEIR PATRONS  for the past, and in order to suit the limes rtivr  have reduced the scale of prices, viz.:..  Meals, $1 00 ; Beds?, 75 cents ; Board and Loticir.g  per day, $3 50 ; Board and I/idpingper week, -'$15-00.  ;. Havlug recently made large additions, lo the |ir������-  mipes so as to give first-class accommodation jivilu  'eatingand sle* pins departments, tbey hope to merit  ah extended support in the future. Private rooms for  families."       '  At the Bar will always be fcund the choicest blinds  of Vines, Liquors and Cigars.  ���������The Stable is clean, attended hy a good hnsUcr, and  supplied wilh the best provender of.the couniry.  ���������   Mayl, 1668- r       .       .    6m  ���������Y  .-  SODA CREEK, B.C..  HE UNDERSIGNED... PROPRIETORS; OF TRS  1 above well known aiid popular establishment, i>rij  to infohh their, numerous friends and tho public gem-  rally, that they are now prepared to aflord every ar-   j  commbdatlon to "this. trawlMng comnainity, iu dw. J  irioSt reasonable irato of charges. .Good clean, airy ,  bed. chambers.      - |  The Bar is stocked with the very oest-bmo'ti pi  AVIocs. Spirits aud Cigars.. t  The Table is supplied with all the fubstantjals fiwl  luxuries tbe couniry. anords, aud meals are served?.!  ail hours.  The Stables are spacious, coinforlahle, and attended  by Orel-class hostlers, and a constant supply.ol the  best provender of all kinds."  In short,'cverv cohventenco and facility con-icnvj  to thect.mfortof man and beast, will lie foemttu*  the proprietors will fijwro norllort in wfiUT tn-pye *ii- ���������  tire satisfaction to all who may P-'tr0"'2^^^,  lishment. A.a lUTEb&io.  Soda Creek, B .C, March 19,1808. n'vl8m-  Cariboo Literary Institute  J. S. THOMPSON,-President.  JAMES ANDERSON, Vice-President.  H. S. BLUNT,  JOSEPH CI.KARTHUE  JOHN MacLAREN,  ���������}  DmECToas.  wniort alio conveniens "������ ������������������- v~r~   - - , .,,  The Reading Room will be found supplied ������iih ���������������  atest Englislv^cottisti, Canadian, American and Co  THIS INSTITUTION IS NOW OPEN AT BAM*  1 ville. where it is now fitted up villi n vm t������ ^  comfort'and convenience of the people of Cariboo  I  lonSai Papers aud Magazines.     . :     ,=��������� :Q  ������2 per  each visit _._ wc,v 4 Xr. till TE>'i  50 cents per-volume, with $1 <JfP^;  abscribers, visiting Ih*  and making use of the Books and Papers, SO u.  ;ch visit' ... ".'���������' :',   ���������'��������� -^ \ \t  The Room will he .open from ������,%.  P. M. v      ;.W BOWRON, ,L|ljwriijn,  : N. B-A flnaassortment of Books and Statlangl'.  always kept for sale..   .    ,     ; ������������������ \    -.. ���������.- .__ ^  KOTIOE.  .      in thomattcrof the EstateandE^of  MRS THOMAS JONES, deceased, tatoMf* .  ROSSER EDWARDS,     >.X\  WIUJAM TREVENA,     ���������4< t,  .   HEN RV ALLEN, r*    '. - y ofm ab#  All persons who arc indebted^ aPJr*       f()fl.  estiUeE are required toW^ " Tc"dn]S JE^  with ; and *������.P���������^J&^wP���������������n!?lfc,���������,,  any of the- above estates "c ^mmbrr) 18C8.  on'������ before tho 17th d������J oTgf %? POOLEY.  _���������-;'���������';,:   ,; ^Olcial Admim^    ,  Richfield, 23d June, 1868.  ^ A*<.*t *������"���������',^-ff  V.i)-. B C, May 1, im.  6m      Wharf street  Victoria, WI.  ,j<?22 lm  m$������i  A  FOR SALE.  FIRST CLASS OiBlHji^^g |  a vault beneatti for tofJ^E&i iic'tnado ������  erationitW        oroof.  Apply to J, K- SUTfoK, oi  With very little altcrawou*" "������������������������>���������- .   W(j row.-  lent winter re������idence, as tt .%������JSS,IJf tlitt^'  wmm  W  m  Sis  xy**-^  '���������'1

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