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The Cariboo Sentinel Aug 8, 1867

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 >~.-i)������*.:3!pr*VSj"'  y^^-l/Xfr^^t'^y1:^':  ������������������*T-'^.<Y������1f <���������:������������������'-"*'������  i^������.<kr*.������V<!  , ���������������������������������������������������������>���������������>���������������������^'V������������������������.l'������,-. **ry*l������.*jr*M.*  &&  VohAv  i  r. ������������������...��������� ��������� ... ......    .       r      ^ f ' ~~���������~ : -���������"-'- ���������     -;  i^E^^ 0:,; ?Tliursday, August 8, 1867.  DEPLOBABLE STA^TB .QP^AFFAIRS. IN  yyy ���������' ^^N^^a.2::;j;:;;'.;U..,  Tbe following is an ekttakiptAleiier frpm  '������ man who;has*bean for sp'iixe'timejn Queensland; and who is biihself frelL'to7do.:. It is  dated at Ipswich, March'l7tti-:~ ���������   ���������   :  Queensland is in a bad:at������te-at^f*tt'ni ? fn  the first place, trade is yery-dull/and' matiy  ; hundreds of people are going 'about idle;*ihd  Starving for want of food.:S:.Hundreds, ot  young women going about vrho cannot;get  places, and .you know the. consequences of  that., They have no . friends to take them- by  the 'hand, and tbey have no money to take  them home again. I .cani ate"iire;y6]i^if;tbere  were a dozen of ships.laidpn at Moretoh Bay,  and free passages home.agAio, they would be  ell filled in a day, and ^as^mahy more the  next There are a great many .people who  .have^bt;propertjLherev A^tlt^.qf^nQJxsi^tQ  them ; if theyUry to* sell -it,, they cannot get a  third of its value;. There are7hundred8 of  empty houses both in Ipswich: and, Brisbane;  Any one who has a little money is'leaving the  colony as fast as he can ; some going? home,  and some to America, to see-if the^cabbetter "their condition. We'wereexpecting a fine  crop of cotton in and'around Ipswich, and so  there wpuld\liarei been, but just; as it was  ready for picking, rain set in, and has spoiled  a great quantity of it Had it continued to  thrive, it would have been employment to a;  great many boys, girls and women/ Yotvwill  scarcely believe pae when I tell yd\i that there  are at.prcsent in Brisbane 250 families getting  out-door relief, and the committee have been  obliged to stop giving relief for six weeks, to  seeif they could get any more money to  carry it on ';* and Ipswich is just in the same  state. The government have 'employed a  few men making roads, at l'os. per week.  There is one good thing, that provisions are  cheaper now than ever they Were since I  :came to Queensland. -';���������,-.���������- *,'  THfi BRITISH REGATTA  IN PARIS/J  '   '" ���������' :?' -" '���������"*'���������; ������������������*   ' * ���������: v; u, 21 '"> &' J     ??':���������"  According to the circular,which .has been  jSssued by the promdtersof the British regatta  jopen to all the 'World, to take -place on the  jSeioe on tbe 9th July* the subscriptions already received towards carrying:out tho ��������� object amount to between .������500 and MQv, tbe  .Prince of Wales and the Duke of Edinburgh  having each given ������iO(h .   There are to be  [four classes of-competitofs-rone for amateurs  and comprising eight four, and pair oar boats,  cculls, and canoes.   The cups which form the  prizes range'iri value from ������5 fo* ������120.   An-  {'other class for watermen, in wbich the.prices  [Will be purses of from ������15' to ������100 ;*��������� a third  |������lass for men of wars' men, with money prizes  rom ������15 to ������30 ; and the fourth competition  ill be for'yachts'-men, with money prizes of  rom ������15 to ������30.   In addition to these sports,  rfangements have been made for'an ocean  ace for yachts, the start being from England  on the 4tli July; and for towing boat races  on thcJSeine under French management "on  be tth and 8th July;   The course which has  been selected for the regatta is at St Cloud.  (down streamj"^ and about ai mile anU a quarter  i length.; It is stated that Mr. Bennett, . jun^  f New York, intends coming" over: to^Eng-  and in a 98-ton yacht in order to Contend.  pith- the: Duke of^Edinburgh's ^ing; on  ������qual terms in a match round the Isle of Wight  --- NEV.r ADVERTISEMENTS.7-;  flSgiGl^ SALOON,  i ZZu'y ZBARKEIWILLEr' -���������." <$ ":  ...   /*   -'���������-������������������   ���������������������������'...r ���������. ..,.���������   ������������������ ���������''- "' -y" ������������������'���������  THE PROPRIETORS BEG*LEAVE TO- ANNOUNCE  to tlje.pubjf c that ^hey.have enlarged.-refurnished,  ffrirt'.thoroughly: renovated tjieir capacious on J ./faBh:  ibhable'salooni'ppiniii? neitheri>ajh3 nor cipense for  the comfort of th eir Patrons.' ' ' .������������������."'.���������' '..'  : This Is now the largest and most complete Saloon ih  British Columhiu.; consisting- of thr^e large separate  annrtments, viz.: CARD ROOM, BAR ROOM, and  rtlLLtARD SALOON, containing three superb BIL-  LIARD TABLES.  ithe. bost LIQUORS and CIGARS obtainable, are  served here. ; This establishment is under the i'mme-  diato superintendence of the Proprietors.  "-���������Xy:.- .   -.    ABLER k BARRY".:  June 6th, 1867. .-. s 4m    .. '  PARIS... ANCL .:UONJQb.N:;^HPTE:L:  AND: RESTAURANT;  ''RiCHFlELIJ*  The undersigned have refitted this well known house  ' which.is now b"peh for the accomodation of the  public..','  . ;  ���������        ...      ;.:;   ��������� . ..:    j    -  ' The ftar will'be supplied with the best brands of  LIQUORS and CiGAfe "   .     "  83P Meals and Beds furnished at all hours.  - > '������������������",*��������������������������� - -  g. Fontaine.'  :.x' x/}  .:  -felix pouchot.  ,....������������������-���������      .......        '-.*.���������'*���������'.,. Proprietors.  Richft^td, 1st May, 186?. i  W, Winnard,  BARKERyil.r.E. 1  ":1X   REMOVAL.-  OXi STROTJSS,  -'--���������-'- DEALER'IN' -'  ."'���������,-.���������.���������:. :--"������������������'.-etc.^ ETCi .'= yixyy.li  ;    Barkerville. V  : m's'fv?moyed.to his ��������� k'tiv STORE,  opposite  OCCIDENT AL, HOT EL.. 13  NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.  THE "GAtUBOO SENTINEL"  ���������y-- ���������>'���������-'������������������      ... -.���������o-���������X: .-.-���������- ������������������- y      -IX:  THE- STOCK, OP THIS OFFICE. HAVING BEEN  considerably aupmehtod by the recent* importatioD  of a variety of hew Ornamental Type, peculiarly suited  for;;-    ���������   ��������� " ���������������������������������������������.      X    "     .   . -:y:.-.  Posters; Circulars,'Cards,  Billheads, Pifogramines for .  ���������  Balls, Concerts, and ���������-.. -   --'������������������  ...       Theatrical Entertainmeiit'sV;.  Orders for ahy description of Job "Work will be executed with neatness and'despatch. .    >"'  jfe* Telrms moderate. *=������ft.'.- f   ��������� -'-'.i  A, McPlierson,  AND  '.y.- ju ..^/K-^E- Ij ixj -E 'ZEy .-^.'----' ZZ *  ATE.  H.0D-GENS'  OLD   STAND;  . Barkerville,1st May,, i867. ;  l^s  ���������   F. V. LEE,        iMyy  Auctioneer^ Gollector,  . MINING    AGENT.   '  ��������� Goods sold on. Commission.    Office, -��������� Ricbtield:-  Salksroom, Barkerville.-. 5-s  OTEL DE   FRANCE,  ^ECUYER &.LEBRUN, Proprietors,  A RE READV TO AC-OMXIODATE EVERY: ONE IN  IX the above Establishment.-  GOOD FARE AND GOOD BEDS!  I Barkerville, 27th itay, 1867. \Z '. .-. . ;' 7TS  Cariboo Literary Institute  *.    J. S. THOMPSON, Presidbxt;        '���������ulXy 1  J^MES ANDERSON,.AriC������.PREsiDENT.       "lV X  BtriE  BROS,  DEALEnS rN-  PEOMONS, GROCERIES, TOBACCO,  Cigars, Liquors,  Clotliing and Hardware;  BARKERVILLE;  June 2t, 1367.  JOHN IfAc^AREN,  JOSEPH CLEARiHUE  JOSEPH PARK.  ,}  lilRECTORa;  Accountant,   Collector.  ��������� AND ~  do  OrncR ��������� Oppdsitb N.  toe 17,1867. ���������'������������������������������������"  ISSIOM    AGENtj  BARKERVILLE^ Z  Cuxio's BRE^BRt.  ^pHis ivsTrruTioN is now open at barker-  X ville,;wb<-r^ it is dow fitted up with, a view to the  com ten ah i conyeni.-Dhe of the people of Cjrihoo.  TheR?adihg Room will he found supplied with the  latest English, Scottish; Cihadiau, American and Colon i il Papers ami 31 igafcines. ,  T^rms of Subscription���������$5 per Quarter, or. $2 per  M^nth.. Single volumes loaned to non-subscriuers at  50 cents per volume, with $1 doposit.  Persons not subscribers, visiting the Reading Room,  and making uso of the Books and Papers, 25 cents for  each visit .  The Room wiil bo bfrxx from  TEN, A. M., tiil  TEN.  P.M.             ;,;���������;    JOHN BOWRON,  Secretary and LibMrian.  N. B���������A fine assortment of Books and Stationery is  always kept for sale. ? . 13-s  NEW*/! ADVERTISEMENTS.  :������d*h&^^ S������ntinel,^  ;';*' ZxZZ^yXy   ���������:���������������������������* ��������� "v., .- x.^y.-yxryy:  ._..,.��������� . SEMJHWEEKLT t*A-FEjRr^r;-,-  Published -wbiiy, Monday  and; TkuksDiTi  j lA^Jjkjfix& CO., Proprietors. ; y '���������������������������;���������_ y  OFFICB--BAJRKEiiVILLE^ WrtiiAJfs 'bRRfiff, biaiaiii.  .y,    y Subscriptioni $ 1 pet "Week.:-tv \ ;  (including cost of deiiyeiy,) Paj'abie  to tho Carrier;  ?  1  Adams/i Peard.y & Co.*  ' Z,Z.     ;    'BARKERYltLE, ZZyXl',  ."-''    Have Just received a choice selection of. )������>. ���������>:..���������";  CAST JROKl dbOKING STORES  ^^E^^i^^li^^;^  TI^ lPLATiJ;.A*Sl)   SHEET  IRQ^-  .'with' varioUsother articles In.theiriinb.pf trade. 1;  .'    '"   ''.%    'I".-      "-"������'-.;��������� i ���������'.'���������     ���������'"."��������� ��������� '"���������'   '��������� ���������'."'     '���������''. '..''' ..... .      ���������  jg������* All Jobbing in the Tin, Sheet Iron,: Copper sn ji  Zinc trade attended to, and warranted tb give satisfaoi  tion. '-'������������������ ���������   y- i'X    '������������������-'���������������������������   ���������'���������' - ��������� ;.- "." ..        r ly.  Re s;t aur ant, ;Ba %0'm  AND  '  ' :".' ;. . ;;'.'-,BARKERVILI.E, :'=  PATERSON &.G00DS0N, Proprietors.  f if'" ANjfotJNCiNO, THE   REOPENING   OF THli  i house for the :seaibh, the proprietors wish to In;  form their'frlen'ds and the p'ilblic gCricrally, that they  will spare" no pains in order to nieri t" the patron age of  all .who give them a .c-iH. y.' ��������� ;  I .  .;'���������������������������:-..������������������������������������     ���������;��������� -Meals- at" ail "hours.'���������'.;������������������    .   il ..-.  EXiPRlSIBS!  FARE REDUCED!  13  \ A K E ������ T*HTS  -MEtHOD  OF .! t >fFQRMiNG;.; HIS  itECLINlNG-  INFLUENCE  Zz.mt>i������ ���������  OF, CASTE IN  the  That the advantages of caste privileges,  nd the hardships of expulsion a^ebeginning  10 lose their influence over, the ra ore en lighfr  ned natives or* India, ^vhea they stand di-  ectlyinthe way ot'moral' arid intellectual  dvancemenfc, is abundantly manifested by  numbers proceeding to.EJnrdpe this sum^  eP to visit the Paris Exhibition. By the  ail leaving for Suez - on April 3rd, and by  bo presen t mail, there will; pr;6ceed. to Eu-  ope two Banias, two BhattiaSj two Bhonsai-  ees, one Punjatibee;one Brahmin, frorii Guze-  'at, three Purbobs, and four; Payees. The  errors of excommunication' fl'pm caste flrivi-  ^ges���������far. more: i n's tan t in th eir ac tio n and  rcadful in their effects than the thunders of  ome���������have already been held; oyer the bt?ad  n the majonty; of these"; bttttliey ���������perse'vere  11 their intention, notwithstanding.���������Times of  ^ta, April 18,.   ���������: .. ;:. ,:.:.uy'ZZ"Z'Z:''.  ^ooKts-'says^be^'reasbn^heidpes. hot raarrj^  that his house is riQt'* isrgiotougb1 to con-  ' A fri end sand th 6 pu h 1 ic er^h^r������11 v, t ha t he ha s enlarged and fitted up his SHAVING SALOOV, in a sup1?-  nor manner, having secured the services,of:ari efficient  assistant, he .is now. prepared '. to .operateVin- a  satisfactory manner iu all brunches of the TONSORIAIi  IRT.- '��������� .*���������   '  :    :.��������� y    y  itealso begs to-cnll the attention of the ladies to his  fine selection of P^rrumery, wliich he is constantly iri  receipt of, from Langley & Co., Victoria, viz.,:Pomades,  Powders, Oils, Combs, Brushes, and other articles for  tho Toilet.  :.' He also calls attention to his unrivalled Hair Restorative, guaranteeing to stop hnir from fullihsf out, in  one week,.and in reasonable time restoring Hair to its  former state and color;  Also Gentlemen's furnishihsr Gsods ; finest assortment of Shirts. Underclothes, Neck tics, Scarfs, etc.  27 th May, 1867. s  BARNARD'S STAGES WILL LEAVE YAL2 EVERY  MONO A  Y-,  With H. M. Mills; Express and Passengers, for  Lytton, Clintou, Soda Creek, (JueshcHe and Barker-  v I lie* <wi th,. bra nches to Savana's Ferry and Lillooet. .'���������'';  ':* B irmird's Express carries; Letters, Treasure,< Valuables-, and Express Freight to Big Bead,; Cariboo  and way stations.-': ���������������������������  ;-$60  -:i$B5  1-s  BRITISH. COLUMBIA ; .;_  Mo ^  Cohnecting at Victoria, with.' WELLS, FARGO k C0.j  for California, Oregon^ the Atlantic States  and Europe. '  AND AT YALE AND LILLOdET WTTH BAittUitD'i  '���������        CARIBOO EXPRESS, ..,; t  For Big Bend, Cariboo and the Northern Mines,..  Conveying Treasure, Valuables, Letters, Packages and  ��������� -���������. '' ���������..^roe^v.,';,    .. -���������' -1-sX  QUESNELMOUTH ADVERTISEMENTS.  OllGE;  T I RPR IS E  FARE TO SODA CREEK,  FARE TO BARKERVILLE, ���������'.>.  .  ._. (Exclusive of Steamer*s t&io.)  THE UNDERSIGNED havo commehced in the above  business, in Barkerville, aiid solicit a share of pub-  He patronage.  Steeled Bes tail rant,  RICHFIELD, ...',.  StEELE BEGS TO INFORM HIS OLD FRIENDS  _; and Patrons, that ho has opened his OLD STAND,  where he will be clad to see them'.   -       - -  j86Sr������ Mje^lb at all Horns -gsa..,. -.  .June 10th, 1867.    '. - ���������      -11-s  August  *  BARKERVILLE.  A iarg������ sssflrtiaeat of Boots and Shoos always on  CAST    IRON   STOVES  Always on hand.  *New WorK  and  . Done at reasoiiable rates.  J8S^*Our Teams run regubrly between Yale and  Cariboo and all orders.ih our line of business carefully  attended to. . -: \ 1.  1-s ���������   E. PEARSON & BROS;    *������������������   ���������   _y_y ._ _  EiSTEr^HENS,  CIVIL fiNGINEER AND SURVEYOR. .  HAVING.TAKEN:AN -OFFICE 1^ RICHFIELD,  Wifiiims Crsjek, is prVraarod.to esecute purveys,  Plans, 'Levels, Sections, ^������., tec.,' committed to his  charge j with care, despatch, and on REASONABLE  TERM&    -  S fi������* Office, centra* of Richflold. -������S  i\  wnx RUN AS FOLLOWS :  LEAVES  i^SNE;L^  fl  r\  OK  <���������   :lea^s;,?soi?al|Cbe^  ^sday^:;.^ &&.-��������� ��������� ;F r i M tf$i  ;''-'-.,:^.l'^ yZlA '���������  ���������Quesnelnjputb, May2ridi 18o7.   '..-���������'yZxZZZZl^:  X     -...,   ijUESNELMOUTH,   . ^-.���������.���������.'<������������������'''���������  P. L, JOHNSON, PROP%iE*i5R; ���������   ,   .  Meals at all Hours,^^ and Cooking of the Mem  description.;, .. -a yyf  ,;-.'-" QUESNELMjOUTHi; '.v-."���������. r'"-'  BROWN & GHiLIS; ProprStors.   ���������:  Good Beds; ReStduraiit; jBi^mr^ tole; Ml  I Stabling for HoHes; Hay and Oats.       s ,  WILL   FOBWARp  n;,B!B'BeN.;;C^^v.' Z,y ^  ���������'At- - iobi������Alr$,.:>'f xSSIf;  PEOSIPTLT,  A^ieri^al3:r5:--c; ^yZZ'ZZ Zx  IXy    - ���������'-. i J^feiicli, "i QpyMiBi X'i   -..     .-.. _������������������.','��������� *" :'S*"������    ijyfi'.l   I      '���������-���������'    '''���������'''���������������������������-':  Aiid^ other ^ows^peK and PeriodfcaK  SttscaimoNS, a&^o ?<mMi tiUiii B. ^f&^  I  ��������� n  j o^toSpaI^ >  ��������� !  ' Agents lfi*r the 'iGaribdo Sentinel..   y  ' ��������� Arouse Creek, V ' ��������� - " ��������� X * Z, Z t -Xi A^McWha  .- ?-'Oa esnelmou tb:y XX Mr .-Gbu Ji a, Biirna ri's Express Office  'vYale^i-/v^..:'l 'Slrv?Evans, >/doV^- *-. '.%-^';:  * LiHooet, :v -"; F. W. Foster, v'do 'XlXy Xi\o>x, 1 y  ,  Njw "Westminster,     ....      -.,    -;,:- s -.    Clarkaon & Co  -Victoria,.    -   , - - r ��������� * .*:., -,   -v l:��������� .j A L^.; ^.-^  Big Bend, .> '  ' -    ,..,��������� / 'JrbT Bullock,-Fruncb Creole  ^^Vtt^'WinUl^tV'  :r7;,f4-f'iff^I*  yyx.yXy  ���������BXEXwardB*  "'"  ' - ' "   /"   !'"^'CpER^POKI>ENTS^  v^/iAll-.CQmrnunicatip'ns-must^bo accompanictfrhjr live  % jr>aVname - an}I larlt!ross;f^.th'e.V-wr'it'c.r,-;.;Bot:'ihf?q'^8s'arily  -I wit if a Ti-JW'of publishing ihe -same';; bu t as securi ty -Vet..  Xiife-^timtityXX. '���������'" ''' ,���������-���������-���������-���������������������������-.  * ���������     /-?     '- "     ' ,    TO*ADVERTISER&<>  Tbe": OG \riboo Sentinel" is. published' every Jloti i ay  X anil'Thursday;--;^AdverU.s'd^\>ii.ts':iatended;-for insertU,h  ?vinusl^ ba;ti������?liver3d at latestat; 6 okiec^/p.-ta.=j -thei day  ^aforfpublicationi ���������'���������/,\-^.. L'V \ ' * 'ly-l--: i  ;Z.X-JD^-AilrA^y^riisejDfj'nts'(not inserted fcrlariy definite  /"���������* jj&'rtj-ljj ivill. btf'-p���������jniinUjU'.uutU ordered out ana charg'&d  X7iotacoyrVingiy.: '������������������������''.'Ovi.-��������� ':^:.:I>;H.;'.; ..^V;.-",'...;.'. I.;,'IX...111:.- ; ��������� I  THE FATE OF MAXIMILIAN;  ; There^ri few histgf iehl episodes{{thatimU  ;<*n I is t the sfrn path ies I of hum an i ty nib rov than  the sad destiny of the/.dnfoVhinato ...IjSmperdr  of Mexico.   A. youngTman in thV{prime of  :"V'Ufii*������;to^  ������; ad.van tage yy?li ic n.;: personal  appearance: ana  education could^be^ow? c'ri t off ni"; the very  flower;of manhood:;-'-a^victinf"(to''bisi'/chWajL-'  ;:^foAis sense;of honor. ;, Tovmake the storyjinore  *    "trehdtTigy 'his' ^iing unci beautiful wife.  >biyr'cXpbsedHber^lt;tort  color  inhabitants  pert  pet rated/by' Gbtipz *ppeh rC tbi'hnr pX: required  a. ijbi loo dy v re^ifeiftldnt f i^pni| bislvidescendan ts.  aftd; ;fpl towers? ibrpiigb man^geimStibiiB, andj  nothing less.'''tfcan^ on wilI  satisfy the" manes of the. Incas./., Poor Maximilian has paid^ t"he penalt^^ of placing, too  ;rniicb; confid eneej in, i b e: p rom isleSypf ifappieQii;  a'rtd; tne tale Ja ai very * irioixrnfu 1/ one; -but we  ddiibt much that we bn^  melancboly^^araa. *I,f th'erev is any truth^in  tbe'l'itefele^rani^;itnppeara ibattbe French  people, when;fcffis-i}'&pClat^^^li^SffitJfieir  nationkl honor hasjoebn pomFtfpmiseii4ibt"^Bd  to dispatch an; arinecit:exped itipiiiiqx Mexico^  to chastistJ-tbe ? gefpe tra tors of s^^^edlesV a;  criiel tyi:������ Tbis^ miiy f lie" ;tbe 3^?Sa njt.fiP?ii?liU^  leg rams of lite bavp'dpiie"; mbr1e^re^tiitp*.tb^  in vention of tlie operatbi^^i.than, io^bpir;.cbaiv  ac ter f o r ; verac i ty;'..'; the b n ly qii estio n ��������� hQw-  evei* ;sr - whether' the United States goTerti-  m en fc: m igh t n o t p bjec t ��������� to any ren e wal ���������; of  Fren cli. i n ter ven t io n. as 1 i ke I y 16 resiil t in 'iL'e  retraction of some portion pf the Mexican ter  ri to ry; by' Way o f m at er iaI, gu a ra n tee, w hicb  won 1 d i n terfe re wi tb- Ain erica a muni test desV  ti n y -T fo resb ud o w ed X in tlie Al o n roe doc tri lie.  .������ost^ - iS - tob "Wobbs^ A; Mexicaji|f!tvhd >4*  employed Hj*Umirsi. Chftisot & EdfrionaROtt.  as a-battle droTer.wa������ s������nt put into tbe inottn*  tains some ^pt:^ay������0gof{tp himt/ttfta^pck  of sheep; but lost bis way* after wanderjpg  over the mountains for nearly eixdijys* ,witfs-;  out fbodi heiortnnately sttcceed������d In^rpach-  inft,itor}ityS^  condition.    ;���������      "���������' Z'ZZZZiZZZyxZ^ u  Friday forenoon.        ' ZZ.yur.-   -  KEWT AfiyERT^MENrrg;  -*vr  ^r  lOSW ADVBRTISEMENTSi  Fv JOHN -.''WKA'SEnBi uWRO y LEFT /WILLIAMS  Cretlc ubctitXihftie ww-ks'ago'^'ftir Black _rB#it  Creek, lendv has not /sinca'; been Thearil bf.^ 'Any cno  k&iWliig his wherjabtjuts, and leaving a note- or same  at this Offl ce j will ccnR r a favor tn.his ITii-nds. yy: \  ���������x-August'.r8tb;^1867.r:-<;':"v 'Xy X 1,   IXiX'll;-, yl ffc >i  yt% who;scvn<>biy  traprdinary vicissitiidesiyn ��������� order" tot Obtain  / ns^Ls tan ce ��������� fro m; th e lEtn peror.Napo leo n, and  'i fiiibsequently /at^thej^pa^ ^purt v* is now a  widowed rnaiiiac^ j: a^ yictinV to her deyotioh/  and love-iro^a^busbandvwbo ;was betrayed-  ,":. ;J a^id J^nob ly desfertefit? in^Iiisi'in.voIuntary'this-  :,  ^fortunes.   ^Thattire Mjexicah expeditionMvas  an' impolitic^^and^iil-coiisidered ^enterprise;  .-:.'���������   from theffirst, is^ no J extemmt (on: *; for the Ein-  ��������� ; "peror of the French; !>Whati*ver may:have  beenrbis ultimate 'designs,^>b^{Otiigbtj^t-1ea^  before abandoning the.tn, to have saved Max-  imiljan, who" was  only 'his  instrument."; the  ���������latter having stipulajiedthat <be.-F-rencJi;Ein.-'j  perpr shpuld^place lijm"firhily fen \x\i\ thfone.-  befofe 'lie withdrew * bis ''.troops':   It will al-  Hpweyervevents may turn put with the f'larr  bi ter Of EuropeVv lie. w il I do m u cb ere he re-  p 1 apes b i msel fin  the good   graces of, tbe  vyi)j:ld,:pfte.r;bi8..desvrtiou  peoplevbf? France; /are, mucb^; m  than tbey Jweie :���������! ny former^ timesi but! the remembrance of the 'glories^.prtheifirsit empire j  aresti 11" iresb in their memories, and their  present ruler, baa /not/ achieyed   any   brilliant feats snfficieht" tb;obliterate the unfbrtii-  n a te > po 1 i tica 1 m is takes tb a t X h or bas. la tely  fallen :vinto j and npne..more strikingly than  tlie Mexican expedition.   The heavy cost ol  that J error was severely' felti and generally  /condemned by the French^people ;,but th������  death of Maxiniilian wilI impress it still more  strongl y on thei v hii n ds, * a n d  com pel ��������� fJapo-  1 eon to.;make some^-great effort/4f*Abe' wishes  to continue iiis dynasty.f    ^ x x^ - r /   J'  THK COPARTNERSHIP HKRKT0F0RE EXISTING  untl< rl the nmie of HEBKLE1M & fO., wan tbls  {lay; ��������� t:i*FOlve I y. \y imitu <II const u t. * Frod.' H. rk���������  lein having Soil. cut bis vfttirj fatrr^tt in tho above  cone rn to IT. E' war -is; .the n������imn of th<������ firm her ������������������������  aher/wlll bo &TE1TZ k EDWARDS. All d������bt^yy\i"  totheUi firm, must be/pii.t on or beft rt the FIRST  of n: jxt jiion th | .1 a n I any il emn o :'fl aga inst them in lis t  beprsVntert to or bef< rj tbe same Mate. EUlHT.of the  ol J firm. Is authors id to cclll'ct. *t hqui'tai������\tlifi same;  ytXX-/;^y,y - ��������� , FRED. MERKLE1NJ  yXllyyllXlX X:. ���������rr,:-'.-'-,/.,"-:'---KIiEn.'-STElT'Z.''V:' "X":  ^BarkcryUi*, AugustOth, 1867.  ly. /;/\nv ���������  a:ar:^|tng^op{:S^^|  WMsiM iM mmttim  yyyyy <"���������'������������������''���������������������������-j?vt-^. -..���������>.��������������������������� ��������������������������������������������� -y^*  y yyXrx*. Tfoott iqjm. Ss^nysx.:Qrric*"- *-^'-;>  BhrWrvM'V 20th 3hho, mi.  T.-'SJC  X; the*thinin^ commtihl iy, ao>J- (th������-;pub'Uc gtn m.  No rxprn������o: has. been Fpifurt/ to f;hiU r -the be use iii  that ,c< ulil be; drPlred;:ror eomr������i*rt nb-l co.nvenii������rci  The Bar Is etitr>pjlp*l With I a'coinplete stctk'of "ffjjJi l  I^o^siand Cjpabs;'     ; ,     ;i ���������������������������>-;���������; yu. ;J,  'Vj Xi      y. * '^ishW^ A^b Btp9 ^*'^ Z   yy-x  m^tbe hh4 nt a modcrtte-charge.'{   v ���������,. R.OHl) ^  ;; July 1, 186t; : ;. ;    .2m-   .   .     - .; ��������� X y Tfi^rijim,X  mEfcAmDomAN x benevolent  ryZ   CIETY^CAIUBOO   BRANCH;  SO-  ii ADJOURVED   MEETIKO  OF  THIS   SOCIETY  .&Wilfcb* hvKl^at  tlu? WELSH CHURCH^ n^r./ib-J  fcBv������y������afi:8cvB.irk������'rvilt������; on SATURDAY* EvsoIdk  nc^t;loth/inst.���������;-.at EIGHTt^dcckr whcxi tbe Uvcii^u  of.OUlcirs wil! t'lfc" pUcx������.     :        ' ������������������ ly   r    /     ".'  AugustZrd, 1867. ,     .  ...--:. ���������-:'.  F BO  RICHFIELD-  MR TI'TOR I.AKGE BEOSvLEArE TO fKWRV  the public I list ho bag .now rj> hetl * CONCERT  H AIJi.aiRi.obfi; J -X^j npssJ to .Abe ^^t>in'kni(iauli������^  Hotol.������   Mre.? I#������ni?ft will Xpmi }e&t%iiv Pf'ao Vv^ ':  pv^iiinji^inb'i; will phy'some pftbo/host; Op'M^tba .-,-  niopt jpnpntor,B illaci-������T: a nd <?v?ry;di^cript i*.n oi* flinefii;  : Nono ,.bu t *' th c bes t b rati Us of ilquars; ana C1g������ri %  sPiroil.attb^ftur..-*  - XX. X X.-Xy ���������������������������- ,/���������> -, ��������� . Ul-  -<-]nWGiK-iW.y:XyXyXxxyiXiX1x^^  SXJ MAS S    DA IRI B S,  Put up in SIX lb. Tins*--. =  =-'/'��������� '>���������  a^mit that; the brutal instincts of'tbe Mexicans  ';: oxceeded ^any-" conception /of "blood itbirsty-'  "Vie^finMtlie^ riirieteentfiveeh?:  /yengeanco:  from'the  ' ^ARRiTATi of Gove^or , bEYsiotniir^-About  seven o:clock.last? ev5eningya second Expres^  stage; arrived, co n tai n ing H is Excellency the  GoyernprT A., Iiushby} E*ql, ^P*��������� Porcher,  'H^MiS; Sparrowbawk; and two servants.   '', yl  is b'i|i? a;sli^ht excuse foi'r tlibjfeartless{abandon rncnl; to'bis fate of the yon nff: prince who  was p laced  a fc the; bead o f Mexic an aflfa i rs l;  \vittf such^pecioiW -promises of1 support." He  went tber<| relnctantlyj but baying accepted  the position .be with a man jy senseX of honor,  which will; al way s^placeliim liig/hMntheesti-  in aJ;io ti -of ^pfterity>;reftised to;Jjeavevhis few  devottHladlierents to the the tender mercy of  bis cntel, ;eneniles ; resolving rather^ to share  ���������i heir Tate; even unto death.   W hentbe new?  of his being shut up inr Quorefcarp, reached  ^yBuropo. tii e!>i rnni i nenct"* of li is ~s}������p s^er becam ei.  too apparent, and the Qii een pf;1^n gland, the  , ;��������� Einperar of Austria, fand the Emperor of the.  French^ simultaneously telegraphed tovAVash-  ���������ingft^riv;; sol i citing '#tlie;;;-. good ������������������ /.offices; X of otlie  ; Unit& States' in order to {save ��������� his life.   It  would; appear that; efforts' were made by the  TJni ted States^ go vern m e n t to p'reye n t t-he: fin al  catastrophe, l>uti;it seems the m^ssenirers ar-'  v.-ri vled;S at/5 the] v-head(l :q ti afters, .of;' "the; JVIexican;  b litcb'ers; too {1 a to.'   Had the; American gov-.  er n iriept su cc eed ed in the: r efifb r ts; tb ey wo u 1 d  hzvo secured.; tbo  gratihir^  thinking: man'tbrouichpht the hniverse, but.  fate..xvi11 ed i tfotberwise. If The. nnme. of Juarez  wi 1 lb e com e fof e ve r od ion s ; h o m lis t ei ther  bare looked upon the butchery with sntisfne-  tion, in which case Iu1 is worse than the creaV  lures"he calls ))h solrlier������. who fired  the fatal  shots ; oreli?e heU an  imbecile, without the  po wer to resira i n b is b n r b ;������ro u s fol 1 o we rs.a n d  the refore .ben eatb con te m pt.    A������ i t is a ri o to ���������  rious fo ct that tbe most respectab 1 e an d hon-  ored citizens of Moxico wer^ the supporters  of Maximilian, Juarez' could   only be   the  leader of a lawless band, to  whom honest  labor would t>e the last resource, and niurder  an d nil 1 a ge ih ei r fj ain rat pursu 11.[li 1. Tb a fc J u a-  rez will be able to form a government capable of more than a few months' duration, no  one can reasonably; believe:   His rival, Ortega, has a similar horde of rnffians under his  command, and will contest tho supremacy  With him until Juarex has expiated bis crime's  on the. scaffold, or by the knife of the assassin.   Tbu������ has this fine country been torn  rnd desolate -1 hv its miserable 'inhabitants,  firace the. overthrow, of the Spanifih domina-  tfoa; and so itwill bontiaue,.^ disgra4������ to  5..*-  /IIorace ;:Greely says the darkest -/day in  any {mart ^s earth ly careeiv is that % wberein> he  fancies{that there^is some easier way of gaiiK  ing a '.dollar- than- by sqtiarely earning tt.  : It is reported that the President has tendered th(? Go vernorship of Wnirnssia;' (Sitka)? to  senator Stark fbritierly of Qrecon.   ,;, ��������� - -y X  "������������������}-���������'.:<* 'Vi* ������������������'���������I;'/? ... Ti '. '-U'% *..y!*���������'���������'- '",/,-     ���������'-..   '- .y ' y- ���������'������������������'��������� ';  ' ]VIb.- 116we^who has beldthe office of Post-  m as te r-Ge n era I of Jv e w Brunswick for ai period of 3S y ea rs,/ b as resign ed.:       ���������   -'-: ':' u * .-  XL ;A jobal paper of Raynhain,{ Massachiisetts.  states that there were T3i^ marriages in that  v i 11 age 1 as t y ear, 19 m a Ies an d 14 females 1  y%Jtica{diggings; baye, been{ stf uck pn Findlay  Creek in Kootenay district;  ForsalcV'Whoiesail'a^ .���������  " '   y       E. PEARSON & BROS.,   -  .;; August/lst^lseT,   - <  '   -...im . B*������rkorvUfr\  A" REGULAR ' M EElTr^O   OF ^/TIIE   WASHBORNI  QUARTZ MIKI^jOTCOMPANY^tR^lst'T^') will  bw htl i im���������'��������� MO ��������� I>A?x Auiiugt Twel, ih} /at TWIO o>cli ;ck  P. 2Jt.^in the buil ^nM'Lii^lyi.ccupiiU-by Mr. Pnjibl *.  ^SharjhclJprr represent ed .iby- pr^xv^ar-* r squir?ri to  pr.Bent Written authority. /,.,y,y. B,P.:IANDERSON*.: 1,  :/l/Juiy"������0th;: l$tflr> vu^uy--<  *��������� ,,":���������;������ ./r <,' S^  ^HjS^cr^tHry^  I^st^rairt  and{ ������^te  ; x<iZ^ZZrv'' B^KERYnXE:V<^'{J yy:z t  THE UNPER?tGNED HAVING THOROncntr ilfi*  iifjjVdfted bis:F*iublishmvati>ba^ r^.-op' nati thelamil.  for the; bcconwoilat"l������n: of the Public^ '*?ni trusts wi,?  merlta share of ihr tr' pit rchr������g^. H is B kcty h.ii t\*o  un'iergpnei/r^p'ilK ani- h^*Hvnowr^'y ;to:cjieiiit;  orders'from all who wisb ^oort ht^tti.xy-'������u iyy?y?:  .. isy y JACOB-"TELTK^rioprieto?.. ���������'������������������  ^uuo loth; ise?, .:���������'/'..',���������..��������� -���������;��������� .. IM *  FE  TO;N ^fAtOO^  /ttlGHFlEDD; ^  T'tfE UNnEUSIGNED,  HOPKS^HIS/;OLni^Pl6SEM /  / ffim'SS will elvp'.him a turn;v������ff .h>;hns <?xp 'IWM&X  heavy wfWtb^r lately   C> -'   R F. EDWARDS;  inuo,6th,V1867:; ��������� --��������� ��������� yVtrwrly of Elwart������f Rintk:  EJCr^RfESSi  NOTieE;  /    I ? {^Bariceryille;;^  LlSGH HARXETTrESQ.,   .       -...-:.'���������.���������'���������       '   .  ;   'Dear; Slr^Yb'a^must excuse tbe undersign-  ed Rr addressing:{you; without yoiir rknowr  je{d^ei;but knowing that you /have traveled  i ni Ga I i to rn ia; Idaho an d y Ne v ada,: p ro curing  infpiundtionrespecting the miueral resoiiree?  of those cquntries, and further, that you' are  here Ifoi'rj t h e sa m e pu rp ose; the re fore; wre;';' as  your fi-lendsand admirers.: ask of you {that  you wil l.g i ye a p u b I i c I ectu re a fc lb is; pi ace  on the subject of our mineral resources and  the cp nin tvy i n ge n era i, at any ti mo an dpi ace  you may name, before your departure from  Gariboo.   Please answer through the Gabiboo  Sentinel.  We. re:ma{n, y.6urs most mspecf fn'ly,  -; It. CoOMBHt  '���������' '    ���������':' JAME}5  iJUKDICK,  ilr������n GlTAlORK,  A. Van* Vlkck,  SAMCiiL TOAIPKrXS.  \    A ND   C A T TL E   D E A L BR S^  ��������� ';..<���������.   ;    l      Barkerville oni Ricbfivli, ;      ,--  WOULD BES^EfJT^t^r CAU;TttE iTTE^TlON  IV   of the Pu blic to th i'ir fla i et������ cc bf Mr at, which  .they will: ufcpose'jof at prices to;suit tlie times..;:.i;U:..,.'.".;.-..,'  1'   r Pri tne B jeffroni 20c;I to 25c^ p^r lb.   ;        - * \ ���������'?  Bfutti n, 25c. tot6a p^r lb;  ;       '   X ��������� /    .  August 1st, 1867.     ��������� i *   ���������  ^ -y. lm  WF. /HERRRtVILLlRCJNlitRAlLY^ EXPRESS  * betwot-n B rrfc rvill ,.* an \ ���������:������Gr>use Cr^ek.' Or-  aeri?, smnll p.tro>ls, l';tt< r.*, .co-ilicM^ni?: etc., etc;v  attcn leU to, un mi* ter i.ta ; terras,X Sp ci. il a tt n t (on  e/mn to rl em anils Tor subpcrjpfijns to tho CARIBOO  SENTINEL, or aiiy 6t!vr NiwaptpirXl-yX. , '  pmcos: On Gr u^ Cr ^ek, at -Mr .Ftigrri Stnr?f"lfc  Bar;<ervill ���������, at W, V H Tr.-^ domicile opp i?itn tlto  Bank <>1 Britiib C-Iumbij, xi.stdocr to the New Eag-.  Un I B ikory;- ���������" .;'.'.���������, V Xyiu., ,--A ���������������. .���������������������������- /-; :;  July 29,11867.       -- . i   '    J '^'^  A TTERr THIS  DATE^tiARNAiRrj** - KXPftES? w;  xV Dnt;r������fpons!))! vfrrdtoapre on LIQUIDS shlppfdli  Tin nt GinS*, unle������? by sp ei tl contract.    ' ',,' .  Uuiil <a.Hht*r hoiii^X the Express will arfitahrn  ev.^ry (Ptjj? DA-V;:;AfTERNOO v^'-'aiil=seloso;;fhr,te!^.:  every WED^ESDAYi ut NINK o^-t'clr; -A.' M^;   ; ':  x-yy-y ? yyyux.y~.iy.^. 'ROBERT-TOOL,..;--:-:  ���������   .   ,". ���������' X   " ���������      AgiJit,,  BirfcerviU^ May 29th; 186TJ I  Op^5  ���������"���������'/CAMERONTON,."',--/;--'--  Have just received,'aiid offer for%aW, ���������  In the matter of the i Estate :ahd Effects irf  FRANPQIS CASSEduteofIVilliamsCwekf  , Cattle Dealer, deceased, intestate. {  To Messrs. Coombs, Burdick: Gilmore, Van  Yleck, Tompkins and others.  Gbktlemkn*.���������I have much pleasure in re  ceivincc your letter this morning, which I regret should have remained so lon^ unanswered, by my absence in the country. I shall,  i n dee d k be glad tb- com p 1 y w i th 5*011 r prra ti tying request to deliver a public address before  leaving. ��������� I understand Su day afternoon will  be most convenient to all parties, and I therefore fix Sunday IBth. at whatever hour may  bo deemed most proper. By that time I shalj  have finished my examination of this section^  ;., ���������    I remain, yours very trn 1 y,  AT LOW BATES FOR CASH,; :*-. t :,  200 CASES. CHOICE BRANDS of LIQUORS  ��������� COXSISTIXO OF ���������:���������  Brandy���������Martcli, H-'onessfy, and Otar! Dup-^y.'  Wines���������Port, Sherry   Bur^nnuy, an I 'Cl-iret : '8:'n"i  tern^'s Fr n������h Wiiito Win-J ; S-uisevahWs 'Cull."  ;, fornii W.dto Wini. ��������� -.  Champagnes-B^uchc anl Nnp .1 ^on's C ibio^t.  Bitters���������Bnk-rr'^ S-u^cviin-'p, Orange nn i Hf>fttet.  ter1?, Vermouth, Ahsenthe, IVpp.rmint and Anni-  settu, '���������"..'..  Old Tom, Gin, and Scotch Whisky.  Also on ban '���������500 gilk ns choica br.inls of Bnnt'v,  Wlna?, ^yI.^sKy, Rum, etc. ��������� ; **  ^���������oajsr-c iv.'.l on SroaAGBor Coaunssiox ' at tho  lowest m irk t rites. ���������**,.,-,  l^tjuly. 1867. :" I ���������    ' 2m  the sNira- ~~ ~^  BARKERnLLE.  fHE UNDERSIGNED ttAVIXG OPEXED THE  I abov.j S.Ition. wt.ul l .rsp-ctfully, invito1 tiiefr  ri m'J* s ni tbe pu? lie to ������tep jn ani gamnio tb������'ir  AJLE?. WIXBS aui LIQUORS the quiiiiy "������ whioV  they flitter themselves, will suit tho tastes of the most  fasti jons.    TJie best brand of CIG'ARS  'abbvb Estitc, nir������ r quiF;d to pjy; the nnmoBW;  (1 u 3 forthwith;; an 1/nII p >rsons;Who hiivi,aty cloiro*  apiifnsttho above Estate, ar*V quired to send lii'th"tf  aerruhtff, mi or before tbe tlKTH "DAY of ?EPTE*  BER, 1867, to;"   ' ; CHX^ B  POOLEY,  >'���������'������������������  r   .;���������;> yy- y^yyu' ://omcf;iAdm������uistwior.;::  Pitoil BichtH !, 25th Jurt^, 1867*   7   yZZuZy.  Z, ���������' U y'uHyOi^ Z ZMiiiiz  In the matter /of the Estate and Effect* of  ; REM!   DAZET, late. of Williams  Cre*  Cattle Dealer, deceased, intestate. ff:  yy  XIIX PERSONS: WHO ARS INDEBTED TO T^S  JX ahfivo Bstat ���������; ar? r^quir*sd: to p y the;.amount*  clu������ forthwith, an I all p:rscn������ who h-ivj any cl^im*  ������Ka Inst the abnvo Blstate, nr* r.^uir!dtosra I in th-jp  riccuunts^n orbeforo the FJGHTIi <1nv of SEPTET  BER, 1857, to ' CHAS,  E. POOLfiY,  '.���������'-.,, -       .������������������-.'.' rtlflci-d AtiuinWralor.  Datert tyttoa, 3th Jan^, 18������7. 13  NO TIC E-;.V :{/���������;':-  In tiie7nntlf>r of tlie Knato  ftU-1 "EiT^tB of JAMES-  runi)IB, I vte ot Willums Crock, BlacksoUth, ac  ; Cviaeod; iatestate.  ' ,  ���������  A U* PEHSOKS WHO ARE INDEBTED TO THE  rl abtivo P:atJit-\ uri r ^ulr.Kl to piy theam< unts < a������  forthwith, an I aUprsrus who hovevinycl i]mBafr'nf  tbe abovjestate, ������r������������r *iuirk'1 tr������������{n'M6 thHr'^rcninl*.  or or boforj tho TWEKTV.CI*XTH day* ������f FE'-TEMBw-  1807, to '" ���������     ... ���������     CUAS. E. POOLEY,-  O itci A A^mm^tratcr-  P^tff'lftle^i <, .gTtVJunM867. ^.  la the "m;itV-r er the: Estate an 1 ETets of U-A^l?v  *traiTFOHni/Fr������>e Miher/f'te of the J&iXilim  C u k I i ns G u Ich, dee ja boO , i u toe ta te.   !       '.: {   { ,'  ARE  IXDEBTE0 T& 'JBt  quir ul tb p ������> tn 0. aw ���������������*!}  A LL PERSONS  WHO  /I ahoyj Estate,-' ar.* T  LEGO" HARKUTT."  JoanV^8* ' *"? 0eB& %mmi-m CiGAES ****** m  ���������W^aesday, 7tb An^., 1367* ;i  ���������ecott-& aioHARby."  0 pi, .  ?U3 forthwith, an Lr.il' p-rWs who b'iv;> any cl im������  against the a hove estat ���������. ar' r qnfr ������rt to ������ n.'in weir  aoc-uiita on or before FIRST NOVEMBER. 1SA7, to  ......   C&A3.-.E POOLB  .    Offloial  lat Auarust, imt ���������it-  :t#Mi  Ira  ..'..Hi  II  ���������������P|||  r-'^c' *'���������M'-*'f*fX *���������'���������;?y-  Ap-y'i; '.jry?ft-Jj  ^^JfTif:;V6p   OUR  ^n all toWna which  mtit\itton^;! fori the  'iBa^tBo feiSlte?  itate Of cleanli-  lin^-������haU nit  tig^i wfeil^stm^  * 7claini:to" do  (toin .does not  opposite^  /compilaifits  this j town  f������ that daily  *ie'naii8epn9  ���������igbborhood  fis.doney and  ^grand<;jury  fard������dv,!vWe  ���������of slaughter  ieeyfrom .itwh  for committing  ins m that which���������  lay- wilb' pPfcit  *s bee#fcepeatt*d  *et neai&e,.Ex-  MINiNCf^BOARl  0&^cSrVg' ������if tbo: il l n i ng ��������� <Boj  at; theitMcevBarkerviileion "y  inSt. ,;,<_ \-iv-r^ ������;:|���������������������������������������������.//..''��������� *'.< -v.r'^?-;^  Ii -MettiDeTS;.^'iwsen^rlftsrerSi;} C  iBtirdicjj, J.^S^f bpmpspn> Gv Mi  B/Wilkinaon, and"John MacLai  i;v$b>J^a.irma^^  falling/tn;^  covered that tUeiteynt^f������^.xyiUu  Stadirbip^m^lc^^  '���������#aS howl ho^mifi^lK/ard ih:eZ  provision-In: the old act; teijuirj  men t -;p������. onlyttb ree % m emb ej  ing b|^1$^led bjtett&her  vi deft th at tf y ery miemta.  It was tl]e"f^for^'"^^^$,  enter;into the'cdifederatioi  li  ing made  we Woiijd al  exacting larg  tfay^ which  dangerbtis state  fit.an y attem p t1 he*  fresult of which will  ^o^lft^ident.; What  Lht?^^ Govern ment .^  m itib : for to wn lots, monthly  demanding tiieji  ���������^A co mm tii  freewill  mtibri  fflp'e'  ������m  Hflniar-  '������������������> teg  ���������rfr  m  gere  wdi  th*:  Pac  ire*  rep  lav-1  Get  pro-  ���������Eas)  Mlv  smj  ii'to  the]  tlori  ?' '.A  i;'.. .-. ;  Pes  and,  the!  ;,!..������������������?'  Mew  -Tie-  for re-  TELEGRAPHIO,  .....-":���������'���������"'��������� ���������'*������������������ /A"*"-? ���������'���������-'��������� ��������� f���������''.���������; 1  J;;r' ;tFfc>m iii������ #gioSlst a^,;|'chronlcie.J;I--;.[i.yi  i^ih^jvMfe^f1^^^ v-":~*~ '"'''���������-'���������������������������������������������'"*  d postage*  t Bri'tai  V i dj^g; f^^^nced f fates  en^ct^^lst^^  " imety; special 8aya;tnVj  tm>ni������afl idsea 'that< the-  sb^onftfie ��������� Northern  ''$$%Ji$6~tL i-favprable^  'X ih& next Congjpss.  ��������� Wief fe^eer^oKth^  .fronVBajfie  !s suryejing; .$arty^ into ���������;  Theclan^o  jtteraigo^sj  |e;,2?ew,;Yo''  staryof t  be vlgo  ic Rail  iflbh  9trang<jra;!? and he adds, c>tfaere ��������� IsVoo; datf*  g^r'of the; Yankees in^  :loii|ri^ the'S^itbenrStates'>ar������; "kejit oxii^<vf  ii1etUkwB,.teBeibreiwegetthroiiglvthe ^Yan-  tho  .    .  . . , .. ,., tSosa  ^f^b9,Auatrlans,,^  tn  hail  '���������r'v'^#^Minli_.  Z G^NTLEM^N,���������  an id are, at p resenl  that arenneonstitutibnll  ministratio n o f those" tHh t  desirous,to' ascertain froi  nd a'nrl������8 iri������ Liuiquitous- proceedings' ������man^  ch has been advised .that the late Mini  ground rents and .sundry other taxes, if they  do not look after the health ated safety of tbe  inhabitants        ��������� :       "  A YawabTiS Df5covBRt.-^An Eisterit payer -says that the Department of State-bar received information from the United States  Consul at Lamb ay eque, Peru, that an important "discovery has recently been ;raade in  Peru of the silk plant. Preparations. ambe-  \o% made to cultivate it'upon an ^teflUe"  *cale; The shrub is three or four feer%  "height. The silk is inclosed in a pod, of  which'each plant gives a great number, and  h declared to be superior.irt fineness and in  quality to the production of the silkworm: It  5s a wild perennial, the seed srhall. and easily  separated from the. fibre. The stems of the  plant produce a long aiid very brilliant fibre,  superior in strength and beauty to the finest  linen thread. Small 1 quantities have been  woven in the rude manner of the Indians,.aiid  the texture and- brilliancy is said- ��������� to 'be unsurpassed.  Suxaft") ntiTTKR.-^-We.;haveybeen shown  several samples of Sttmass butter whibh is  pronounced by judges.to be superior to any  brought into this market. Now that its; quality has become known,it is as eagerly sought  after by the miners as was the Petatnma but-  ���������ter at one time in California. It is a wonder  onr fanners and ranchers do not pay more  attention to this branch of dairy produce,  which, in view of the great quantities used,  cou 1 d np,t helpptiying; them !iandsome 1 y, be*.  side*'retain ing so much more of the circulating medium in the country instead of sending  it off to en rich the farmers o f o ther j cp uh tries.  OitrLnrtkis- ^cno6L,--r\Ve| understand that  M rs. Ga 11 o way,: wh b bas, had some ex pe fie nee  in school teaching in California^ has,: at; the  Tequest of a n umber; of the citii^nsv'op^nedV^';  school for^"cblldren atVRichfield, v and has at-  ready "Jjot something like eight^jiupiU^ vThis:  ^s a-BtepHn the right directioni; fo^  often felt sorry to see the rising generation  growihg up arhong ps 1 ike rank weeds, \ witb?  out the slightest opportunity being|| presente$  e f i ridtij H h g iii to thei r young; minds /"eyeii the  llrst ruiliments of education;;rZ;Z. 'iZlZ''     Z  Gun*.cotton is now beingVused for; blasting  purposes in some of the ^minin^vdiitrib.b;\''of:  "California, it is found to be much '^nperior.  to powder;for yaridus/reasons, it is -loss dangerous; the smoke, caused by the explosion 'is  neither offensive nor dense and quickly clears  from the drift, it does more execution, and  costs less    ' .':*���������;     '���������'"":  TiiBitK are three extinct to lean ic.^ era ters.  near Rod Mountain,' \n Montana, which are  so deep that the light is entirely excluded  from their depths, and that when a stone is  thrown into them no sound can: be heard of  it reaching the bottom!  A chime of forty-two bcltft to be placed in  the Exposition is played like a1 pianoforte  ^ikh perfect ease to any tune, Four, years  were spent In th6cbns*truction)6f .the jn'stni-  Inent.   . ..i. xiix .-- yx ���������    ���������-,������������������. ���������-yy : '"l"Zi:i"."  ii  i  digrv  "ecfon  5    larch  lafv, aaTih^  old Com-  ^HK^fifmie;^;  farce of Brit-  ridicule, and  resp o nsib le fo r the 1 ch a tfge,  17,; part 1st, of the mining  19th, 1S67*;; which portion  ,te;r;greted:and acted -up&b  ffiissIonerT^  Begbie, ih our opinion  i*h law, turns British justice  snbjects it tp contemp t. X& i  2Itf,our opinion, it is aWty yo*9 owe to the  public, to explain, your actions and position  relative to this matter) which would enable  interested parties, and the public in general.  to form a correct opinion as to .the position  you desire to occupy in the public estima-  tio'nv ':���������'. ���������. ,' - /;;:���������.���������     '.'���������;'.'  I bav������ the honor to be. gentlemen,.  Your obedient servant,   ,  Joseph Irvine,  On bebalf'bf the Canadian Company.  Dr. Wilkinson thought there should be  some explanation of their acts giyefi to the  public, as the impression seemed to be jgehe-  ral that those portions of. the hew A'ct.which  are represented as being the cause of the late  troubles, were attributed to the suggestions  emanating from this body. He agreed with  the chairman that we had*no right to sit here  as a board, but we bad a perfect right to.take  steps for justifying our conduct as a retiring  board.C..   -V.-'      yXXX Xi'ly.    'yy'u y xiy  Mr; Burdick: stated that the Jitdg������ of the  Supreme Court had asserted in public that it  was in consequence of the suggestions passed  by the Mining Board, that an Act was passed  taking the whole of the late appeal cases out  of his hands. It was therefore only an act of  justice to themselves that the whole circumstances should bo laid before their .constituents.  , Mr. Thompson. understood, when the Min-  feg Board I was organized, that any sugges-  iforis.made by them, involving any alterations  iii theexistihg laws^would ;be strict lyl acted  upon by goverrimen t;;i.;-; A serfe>of resoln tion s  were! passed by the Board and transni itied to  the Government, and the result wasI ��������� the lavys  now enacted.it lie /left it to the> m ieting  whetheiVthese laws vrere in accordince with  the suggestions of the Board.^ "'"     .    #   , , -  A com ni i tWe i w as then ap p oi nted c on slst! ng  of Messrs. MacLarenV Booth; and ^Burrlick. t to  d raft an answer to the ^communication, ;ahd  the meeting adjourned*       ;;:',.  fNort;  P  ed t  and  plet  Sfiif.O  ���������gTrS  adj  tssiali  jpsengers  ]ian; Imperial ;?Nayy;  jA to bandy oyer the  itojtheitimted; States.  im ^urne^Vat 1: tbi?  jpresehce^ ��������� of SeVerai  |fof the breas^as fenH  fx >, y   l    yyyyyyy>,u  S-A Royal Commissioner;  fbr. the .erectiou ;of^ihe;  ^.in ty: a^colopy.^ .=c? 5 : ;  ie Corps; Legisiatif npas8-'  :trao rdi nary>expen dittires  ���������t he^ssion^bteingi cbra^  .'"*"��������� ..'���������������������������!������������������'  'U  l^chln; faVoH;pfte  pt^ri^p^se^fur;th%&^ebai^^ti t>osii^bjecti  Which was po'sfponediT"; \ - .1  X     ^ , ���������. ;:   .'.  *; <3eni FaifeH^arrested ^i^o^onj suspected  ^f ^mjplicit^^^ Ufe;I^  an^"kaminati^;atDiib]m.r;f; ^ ; ���������  \ - jAdyices from.Jpjah reporfc;, ttatthe greaV  :Paimos':.c^pb^  ^--^te^fdrjrfwieiS.' v i '      ... .v;. ,  ?    m  \w  ������.  **������',  |^Ju|y 24;t~Denmark intimates  ; "^^llbghesBi:to-��������� jgive-a guarantee;  -permartfin^bitantsiNor^  ^^n^ds^  natu re' of gJJ arah tees;requ i fe&y-Prlissia.  Ne8f |^prk,^Juiy;X24.^range-<day;:P24tK  Inly; passed uff;quietly.i :30^000;i Oran^meb:  marched in^procession through Belfast., '-1<Z  The Bishopof Defry died;pn;:the^l2th; of  heart disease.  ���������   ���������   -       '- ���������.' \,. r - - / ���������. X.; 1 ��������� ��������� At  It is reported on good-authority that Na^  poleon's.lett^T^fcondolejiceto the^Emperor  of Austria ion the deatli of Maximilian, v said,  u My grief is niprp^eep^because I feel the responsibility of the painful par^t^Ji. bad ;in /this  misfortune,; My bliiy^bbject was to cxtrtntJ.  to Mexico the iiimience'jof our ciyilizatioiL,,,v  New York, Jiijy/24>���������Havana and Mexican  news':to 13th. fyiijaun is repp rted shot^ ? 4;He  wa9 found secreted in a��������� wooden box lynched  by a mob.'''. 1 yy. \X WZ n ��������� ''..  The merchantS;of,Xlexicp tendered a'voluntary loan df hill a inilliod of: dollars to Gen.  Bias. ���������    . ���������'...  ,,   t *.     * . .   ���������        .      .;,   ,  London, Jiily 24.���������The reform pill has been  ordered to a'second re^^?PS ^ the IIouse^pf  Lords :���������. , y ���������.,.,, ^ ���������.:,,.., ���������r\Z ,.X ~  ���������' -<:' - - '"-��������� ? *  The Elouie of ������onimons; has passed;^,bill  for the abolition!6f chiirch 'rates;  ! It is said-that tbe liabilities of 'Sir Morton  Peto are about liiii'd rail lions sterling* jlift  itsgets will hot exceed three millions; \   Z  ���������< New York? 'July ^4.-r-inthe^ SpUate bnaki'd-.  let called tip:"the;f^Olution {;rejgardihg: Mexican a������airisj;'a^^^^ the  ;E6n1^R-.^iBES> ��������� ,^^.rn^S()fbin^;.b'as5^  ���������;tranapi^  ���������;;tfrlj'i';i|dppt; r*esj^tin^ the^ iGA'pu^VOree^i'al-;  ;Sii ftSrv-;* li"ii i/Vft" ^sV v Very.-" Nl i S ������Jy ,'i'* J t^Wiil jbu -::'ttliat ".^"i  wh ich is poin fed Oil t, Uy the Go 1 urn b i an * of tii p  jjlstjiv.fiicKiays) '^11 is Excel 1 ehcy.i: the I GoV^  eruor has; i t' '��������� wpti i^l ep pear j ;i*esblved it poA  Stair ting to^dAyvipv; the v^tu) 'of t^oiiblef acV  com pah ted V.tay i^tlie ��������� Chief,: iCoininis1onery;of;  tia&Jsj and;Worpv;and pri:bablyjby ���������?CaptaiA  Porpber, R^NQiThia, course, is the ^result of  s%eral;{meetings> of;tbp Kxecntive-Council  'held dlijing; v theUast 4)iree pr.s fourvdays; and  :is'dbrii}Uess^-intehdsd. tip  The Boston Journal states that recently;ari  'Pgg was placed in a vessel  of cold ivater  Which was made to rov.olye 232.'ti1nies n^mini-  C ^-   Tlie egg was boiled in, six minutes,1 the  only heat being the- friction- of the ���������water, - *���������'  Thb Paris Exposition gives 60 grand, prizes*  9000 gold, 3600 silver, and 5000 bronzy me-  dal������, and 9000  &r������ 60,000 exhibitor*  y CjBBYiNa ..^ir-:Oiinis.iti wf o>tubv LETrKit;���������vThc  miners on Cedar-Cr<iek: indiiIge o^icasiona 1 ly  iii: ratb^el ;eccehtricj-freaks ;' atone time we  bear of a man being carried do wn a; flii mei a  quarter'-bf a;:mUe".in lengthy Without receiving  any injury;aiid; now we bear of another being  care less! y p ree ip ita ted d o wn a sh af fc \v i th th e-  like good fortune.   It appears there is a company at present sinking a shaft on the creek,  and as is usual in such cases, two men are  stationed at the windlass, ''while the third goes  below to sink.   Now it so happened the other  day, that as the sinker bad stepped into the  bucket to be lowered down, soriiething im  peded the windlass, so that he was not lowered quite so fast as lie wished.   Whereupon  he called on his mates to ** let go,-' meaning  doubtless to say 6t faster," which order was  instantiv obeyed, by  both   letting  go   the  bandies ofthe windlass, and sure enough-the  man went to the bottom of the shaft, a depth  of thirty feet, with a vengeance.-The;act wa$  performed unthinkingly, for no sooner did  one of the thoughtless men discover his error,  than he, at the risk of his own Iifty attempted  to recover his hold of the windlass bundle.  The unlucky sinker rose- again to the sttrfyce,  by the I aid of the'aforesaid windlass, Without;  sustaining arty.damage to his person, -but  strongly im pressed With the salutary lesson  feovliad just'been tattgaMo ayoid a lapsus  iia^u������ ia future   ���������  execution",- of Maiimiliaii.^; He hoped Gon-  givss wpiiId pot adjoiirn. yiiihoixt an ���������; expres;  sio n df sy ni p(i thy, ah A'_ al io e xte!'rid aid if n e-  ceiasary to^Mexico'jj:--lf any; Barppean . powers  determined"Xto fighfc Mexico they must hght  ;the;Uin^edl States alsoj;,-;:--;,-. xu. u 'Z. Z xy: -  Fowler and Nye" spoke In favor of the resolution.   Tlie latter regarded Mexico as ultimately destined- to belong to \j$1������'country������"IIe.  euiogised, Jiiarez as la'"-gresitj-ahd 'g'o^d^ ;man ;  an pn lightened world Would say amen ^fa) the  fate of M axi mil i an..  He |i ad h o sy ni p athy. fp r  ah im ported mo riarch >vho came to sii bj iigate,  riot inyigprate, thd country;. 'It was advisable  to exercisS a fratertial ipolicy towards . MeXi-  Pd. arici extend siibstaniiaVaid if necessary: ;;:  Ho w^rd ii justified tfoaclitin of the X. cpurt-  m arti a I w hi ch tried,; ��������� M ax i ni i Han. 'an d  de-  nounced the decree of; October 1 Stb; 186^; as^  the mjirdej:pnS; jdecree bfVa ^ teiiipPrarily sue:  cessf ii 1 high way man. ���������;1 Max; in il inn iii e t a de-  served fate*": l'Xi.ZXy.X:iy        yx}'.-  'Yates moved that, a further conside ration  of the:*. subject be postponed, as it deserved  more, consideration. I  New York, July; 23.���������Alaska is ladled to  the Department o*f Washington Territory, and  Gttn. Rousseau assignedto the command. .  New York, July 22;���������Tbe Herald-s New  Orleans special says the latest advice3 from  Vera Crux state that the body of Maximilian  is to be delivered to the Austrian legation  and his remains are now on their way to Vera  Cruz. There is no truth iu the report that  the Foreign Consuls have been molested in  Mexico.  New Orleans, July 22.���������Mexican dates a  week later have been.received. The Browns-  viile RaiicJhero doubts the truth of the statement that an army of observation 50,000  strong is to be sent to the Rio Grande. It  imblishes a letter said to have been written  bv. E3scob -ido tp .Gen< Gom ex, directing the  latter to use every, means in his power to  make the conn try; entirely Mexican. He Says  foroighers have acquired property through  t-themistbrtunes of-the Mexicans, and they  should How take possession, as they have' tbe  potver. and, hunt all foreigners from the  country*   He aays, "my motto is death to all  commi^ipri^ pr ^efoi^e..?tl\et Judg\i;br^th"e Sur \  p^emelCo ur^ilmost lih^lyth^  :j u Defunct J^sTiTUTTOxv^-It ^irp pea'rs-^haHlljeg- x  term cfo r^ iwhichtli ejU inihg" Boai'd ���������'jvlsra ye 1'efttM^.  yxyyy  Governor whbhas the: power has", thought^ fit  to abOHsh the^^ihstitutioiV altogether,   -        ���������  ' Mmicte&s; ^spAPE^Yesterday" fcrenbpny /  :astwci4of; the,workmen in Wie ;Forest Rose??  claim^naBed Charles . Hammond iand! Jpsepli,  EvUftsV ^ere I ncluig in thiiXcnv, (dpwn;^ .ye,ry *  steep'inclirie in tte dvi!tvtlm^^  and the car, which Wa*s 16aii^l?dashed down  ���������at an impetuous; speed, >ih tii IhrJowh oft^they  tracks ^i tb so c hi 'fo rco as toIsnias ft it' to ato rasi:>;  Singular to^say; although theMdyJnejci werdy  tliro wn wi th great, y io lencpia^inSt' the .side,,,;  of 5theMrift^th|y4tsustaihe^ injuryil; *  :oth^'thanCa1ffe\v;'<^ts: andibruise^v^    * * ' '/**  "~ :Thb warrant !for; the. exectitidn.of ���������' tho { c6h~  deinned prisoners iBarryi |ind the /-'(Indian 'inrj X  i-ived yesterday? , The Sheriff, Jipwev���������eri(jn?  foVntJt lis that the^day wil knot be/^ fisSd j untilXX  tbp'Goyerndrbas been consulted Jn-the^tnat*  ter, to ascertain-Whether it would be; bia wisli^ y  to have it cbtiie off while lie .ia berei^ Jlii  answer will be known to-day.. x:        :        \  x Thr CAmiT. QuESTtox.^-Rdiable informal  tibn froiri London stat^ that; the Capimf[\viiV ^^  be.located at Victoria, as a toate  diehcy, althoiigh it is said that, "as a question V  of " hondr,^ WesiminsterybtigbtM  Theotaaldispate  for in the course ;df; the next three \veekSj Z*  when the vexed questipn'will be set at rest-H'  B; Colonist.  -,        -   ; '" \ ,���������: -.    ,:;. ��������� -'  .',. ^p^E^^Bai*pa^dW Express arriVia- -^s^:  terday; afterhpph, Avith an eastern in ail and: I  one passenger^ Mr. Dally ^photographic artistj  from Victdria. . Its: detention was caused;by ��������� 1  waiting for tlie arrival  and not on acbonntle f tbejheayy' load o fi^pMrXy  rihesZ-A^repqrtjeilt ^j -ZZZi-1 '���������' l~"-' ������������������������������������.'  '." ������������������. Zi *  :-���������';--��������� APTOi^ffiN^^atiM"ys:: Gazette .;;; cofif; ���������  tained the following app ^otinents-: Win.Alei  George  Coibhial  ^oiing>' Esquire,  .Secretary ;���������'..-,Jobn:  to ^.be; Acting  Mdrley,   /James  Fieming;;jr./^^  Commissioners foriCowichah: District;  John;  Wi Edwards to be Road CptdmisMOhepibr  Chemainis, District. ;��������� ��������� ^ ������������������? ;��������� Z. hi..'Z^  Cox FritMED.r-Th e rep or t-- wli job fte1 gave in  our last.issue of the��������� wash up from the / arras-  tra at.the Washburn / ledge, Canyon Creek,  has been confirmed by Mr; AVashUiira wbd  arrived here last ^Monday.   . - ���������   .  Dyin'g.���������Wo learn that the old . man lid wiling, who was conveyed to Ibis Hospital; las|  Snndayv was in a dying.condition last  The cause is said to proceed from >s  in being conveyed to the hospital  PuoToartAPHf.���������We ;.Un^ierstari.d . ttiat- lm  Dally, who has jtisfc drrived from, Victoria*,  intends td dpen-a pbotdgrtiphid gallery in ���������������'���������-  tew daysi':|       .. . '.��������� - .;'������������������.:* f ���������  ���������'���������'.���������-��������� /..  .OfiKi! Tbo'iiias F; Meagher Is dead:  ���������night;  'xposuro  -���������'#& Tlid great d em add; FpiN'-MPs- Co3&l  i n tho ��������� m i q 1 tig ci|3 J rictej has htyng lit-' id to, ekUl $# {  i->:,L��������� ���������������.������*.}-;������:',' 'imifjtii.-Jl.������:'!..Will, tilts -UiU'lligUfiCd 6?-i8&~;  tinny spurious iinitatjoU *;���������.Wut, the UiuMlgztiGz s.  miniiig p^pulvti^ii' )4t:{l: $'$Z*- Wi*������r^f^  .Siai!  BIBTH.-At Victoria; oa tba &U iinij ft* $i$ n  Mr. ioVB. J- AUitm; ^rs- dai*abt<^;  E i&fr&**sw  JAMES -Pi,; TAYLi  ���������ZuXyyi- '-'I^tlggistj{;'.::  ;;������������������;���������:'*;; ?"B ARKERTILL E.  HAS /CONSTANTLY ON HAND   A CHOK  'lection.of..Pkucs a\d-P^>t MeticivbsJ  ivy ~AiroI3 Socnmentcontain? seine interesting  * Information unknown tor mahy/'and ;rarely.  ^ncennie?ed'3ij/itievjjapers.. Among- other  things, it'obh^ainsa table {exhibiting; an aver*  1 age age uttained fey persobsimployei in the  : Various popular professions of; the; day. ;���������/; In  ; "this particular, as in most others; the farmers'  have the advantage over ,the rest of mankind,  u&si their average> is sixty-five.   KexV.iipoti\thje  ; docket come the judges and justices of the  ; peace, the dignity^ of whose liyes.is lengthened to sixty-four.; Following theq, imme- yjinmi+&Z������&~���������V&M  vdiatelyjn the- catego^Sf l(Sgevijty,i3;;the Di**^  ���������. bank officer, who sums wp Irs accounts at.the ' ..P.-.S ���������Prescriptions cfp  ��������� ago x)f sixty-four.%;;Pnblic officers;jsling-.to r   ���������".."���������--��������� -1���������'���������*  '*heir existence witht asI' ^nmcti pertinacity as  tbey retain their offices���������they; never; resign  SIDE jiDVERTiSEMENTa;   V '$y'Z iVICTOfclAAD  LlNC3hfbrHOR$Sa  -fnsr the celebrated  Golden  M}xturep,:for the complete  Also a er eat variety of.S*  Tooth Brushes, Combs, To  Swps. Lubiu's Extracts,  umeries, Garden Seeds,  Just received���������an asso/ji  SE.  dud-  hy?f  iii?.  am,.and   i  : Secondary      _....,.  jlliij*, Hnir Brush es,  ^ers, Sponges^Fancji  ler and other Per  itionery, pocket  ies.  "their offices, -but life forsakes tbem at fiftyHBjx;  ^Coopers, although they seem to stave through  life, bang on until tbey are; fifty*eightr The  good work of the clergymen follows them at  , fifty-five.    Shtpwrtghts; hatters, lawyers and  ropemakers (some  very appropriately) go  together at the age of Sfty-four.   The " ViV  lage Blacksmith/? like most of his, contemporaries, dies at fifty-one.   Butchers follow  their bloody career for precisely half a, century.   Carpenters are brought to the scaffo 1 d  at fortyruine.   Masons realize their cry'of  <; Mort V7i at the age of forty-seven.    Traders  cease their speculations at forty-siXv   Jewel-  lers are disgusted with the -tinsel of, life"at  forty-foiir.    Bakers, manufacturers, and va-  i.nous: ��������� jnL^ftBkl..dift ~j^u ^fotty-.tbree;^.^^  painters yield to their col fc fit forty-two. The  brittle thread of the tailor's life is broken' at  forty-one.   Editors, like allotber beings who  come under the special admiration5 of the  the gods, die comparatively young--^tbey ac-  com p 1 ish their errand of mercy at forty.,��������� The  rohsiciah redeems his last tiote, and plays his  &fwg /all. at. thirty-nine. , The professional  dancer shuffles off this 'mortal coil, at thirtyr  nine.   Prititers become-dead- matte'r ati thirty-  ;eigbt.*;/The{machihisfc is usually blown up.at  thirty-six.'  The teachers us'tlal ly dismiss; their  echolars' at'.'the* age of tbirty-fonr, and the  clerk is even shorter jived; for. be must needs  prepare his balance-sheet at thirty-three.". No  acconntis given of the average longevity of  weal thy uncles.    The inference is fair, there:  fo.ro they are immortal.   /; * ��������� '* {   {  led;  F-QSTER,   OF;  ch;  fkLIAM   McWH^  ^wX"VTT0JJ:CITY; B.lC;;/{''' 'JZ'i\CS.'  Itforra. the public generally that lie has [.*���������  I #MtlI(f03ill<rf  |^|fimis^|fpr/' upwards of! 200^brses./ {f. t  and Oats for .Sale cheap;, * \ h    ;  saddle; horses 'MiKW^sfT.  TERMg MODERATE.    ,  ' Xi-MZ>  m  W:  ^Corner ofl/Lani  {{f-lMEv8SRl  Hajy;elppene^^b<  "ZXy ^,^:-:-?aud-:v  xy  HAS FOR.SALE;:ttSt-  a* tvell assorted Stoclf|i>  used by Physicians, ;,Fjf*  Mechanic?.   Also the pojj  Druepists' sundries.       y  Retorts, Crucibles, JTuuTl^  etc., etc., .v-'ftt  pRSsewwioss PArrnr^ttT';  -. ���������   -x. . ��������� ��������� > ��������� Z ���������'���������' ' "*'%  ' mal- .'  G  M.lROWS'ROtX  lilfi-f-%Ii1-^\ && '���������   ��������� ' ' ������������������''     :.':.v-.' '-. '-'���������:��������� -A-i ���������������������������'  |ffi|TQ^BARr B. a/ .   ���������.-. ;;.,<  ^^^ndcRetaf 'Merchant in    -1  . .. ^AijSt:,.  Tiie b'usmesj  (^ind^ringflelt  ;in aUitSfbrai  , Fruit Trej  Shrubs.'tiu 1  tifai-kH-������!H  ���������'A-^/'WiMSil  yy.xxSU:  m>i  Chefelst  YALE   ADVERTISEMENTS. .8!*  ���������������.ftr������."'  BEN.TAMIH  DOU^LASJ/^cefcor td^. C.  WELLS, Saddle ant) HAnvrssllIaker, Tale^-B. C.  JCQ* A complete assortment of Scheie'constantly on  hand.. ��������� ... ���������y-i-P   "������������������ 1.3    ':.....',' . v . .  ..������������������.. ��������� -^-- -j**���������^.-...-.���������^v...:,..    ��������� r���������; ?g55 TTrT "   m  !'!0r������  IEEK  ^^p|||p(^S^������ATib"N{;^F  MuMslithe^beltr^ms'.are 'spaciot... ..,.._  ������ **mc$t\npCh oiix rpassed for clean 1 laess"  y^n;'lth'elo%������r country; the Table is   THE   ...acious nnd  tt..ai��������� J"  ip]ted^vyitbfetho j*cst of/ victuals..-f.-Stablijig  '{S/\fc^'tel>i"nfl Barley- constantly on han������i.  .Pftosr JStkbet, ;YATJSi %. 4C.,   ft   i  EGS TO ANNODVCB to the inhalants of Ciriboo.  ���������that he intends to forward {as'soon as the state of  the Roads wfll prtrmit),������. a large and well' assorted  PtdclcofCobKiyGSrovKS. which ho will dispose of at  Paicrs to-Suit the Traces."    :  Yale, 8th April, 1367.   '. ��������� 1.  '  FOIWAMNG.  rmEPEOOP WAREHOUSE!;   {  PARTIES DESIROUS pr shipping freight -With Drs-  patch, will And. U'.to their advantage by giving us  a call before engaging elsewhere. "'���������'  :: ALtTAV & "BAILEY.  V Yale, April 8th, 1867.  '        ���������     ���������    -     < ''   - - - Ls  rPHlSlOtDAV  1 centlyopen  ithisqphstant  mo^te/thfe^K   ......  patronage beStowetj  iKT.The Bar  LIQUORS and CI  t KKOWX HOUSE has: been rc^  e unicrsigned^ho iyrill niake  V-usiug evetry. end eayp.ii tA������^cc^  eijn'g"inil5ic^^  J| former.occupants;. IX ../��������� yy  fttlilng but thei{vtTy nest������������������; of  WMM,  Z^^Lp^^Mm  En^ish A Fren'  ;dcrci'otp^g,-Gl<  '. '^'ReceMwegiiinrs  by s������ i "^gVessols" vi'  X#g". P?Ktieu In r a tte  I^ndpn.Firm���������J. pjf  ''* """aSSTAtf  {j?ti*l,;m^  '������������������>'-T$  IS  il  ;.,:-������/k  mi.  i-^'A'-  ������  v&.  aSfe  !^r  !t  ^^^���������4/-  iWtftf^  iGiveliimacall'  '.{.���������.,ED.\VARDr>.:^R'OPATTER.  B0YD & HEATHS Prolpr^ors,  SE  ANOTHEItr ��������� MISLED^ PHILANTHROPIST.  ,Qne William Reed was recently arrested in  SairPranciscoj charged with larceny.    Upon  bis examination^he:claimed to be the' victim  of "a concentration of circii instances.*!T���������as  tb ii 8:{Z" You see,- you r b prior j, that I: ��������� b ave  been misfbrtnnate.: I hain't had nbgoodlnck  sinb<3 I come "to; California. ���������  Tbe'1 police has  beejn my{eneraies and the courts have been  agin mej^nd' the; county j all and state, priso n  thepnly places; where I could be {secure from  persecution.    I have, battled - with adverse  circumstances and endeavoured to win a place  of credit."  1 have even endeavoured to get  on the. police, but I couldn't.   Thar was jealousy agin, me and I stood no chancer Thave  been stopping latterly in alodging-house, and  sleeping in a magnificent room, for which' I  pay four, dollars per monthi   : On Tuesday  night. I met an acquaintance who had recent  ly returned from the country.   He was flush  and liberal as a lord.    Together we visited  a saloon ������n Pacific street, where beautitnl  maidens pass round the beer and .charm you  W. XL Sutton,  E/LF?^ Wi?TEs% Liquors axd Cigars, Coal Oil,  Coal Oil Limps, &c, v\:': ' *: '  AGENT FOR. BUNSTER'S ALE !  ;:'/ .;.-;.. '���������  In Bbl?. and half"-Bbls.  r ���������  . '���������  -Yale, -'-April 18th, 1867.  THIS HOUSE is situated 26 niiles fromOucsnelmouth '  The proprietors:having lately  anti.good;Beds:are/nbw: prepared to a Obrdevery aOcom-  modatlon.for,.Travellers; the.Ta.hio is furnished with'������11  the luxuries; that cah be proctired; the Bar is well sup-  pliod with the best hni nds of liquors a nd Segnrs j mmd  Stabling-Hay, Oats and Barley, jg������* The-CHEAPEST  House on the Road U \ uu (    . l:?x  msmim myusEZZ  - :LAKE LA^ACHE. 1- 'ui "'Z  "FYftiyy  Gmmssimig: wMi^j^l^i^  'w������23&^& w^**x^m  ���������. Victoria, April, 1S67.'���������,���������.,;,,���������, .    .  ,r   ' yiXyZ  ; hotel; DE^iiANb^;;./,  '{;GoVERXMEX-rStREEf,^VICTORIA, Kt.t,  -4j ..  1-S  ]fkpJ9^-&^^'i^^^  /u.Zl-s  Storage andj Forwarding!  ������������������ '��������� i:;';;���������,.-. .., ;vale, b;c.   *������������������ xZZ-:- !  PARTIES SHIPPING nOODS BYTHE VTAtE-tYT-  ton* Rot-xp, are advised that  KIMBALL k GLADWIN  .- Ha ve; erected an ex tensive Storehouse and Bock at  Vale,.ahd are prepared to Receive. Store, and Forward  Goo'lp.    Goods re-packed, atid freights engaged at the  Lowest Rates. .  Parties shipping goods through us will please mark  to the care of  .;:���������-���������   Is KIMBALL & GLADWIN.  T   T<ffi*HM^t^er\x6t^  *���������. having,purchased this,Ranch^;i$ nowvlprPpireri  ���������t0 !1C������2S!2^^ ^������ ^yeIlng|puhnc,witb,G66b MEALS  nnd BEDS :at:moderateTatPs;- yyyxyy*yuy-----t?tlX  T.  with thei r sparkling conversation while you  drink.   I own that the charming .company  and the sparkling wine overcame me, and I  became drunk���������yes, drunk���������your honor, verv  drunk, and while in this condition I retired  to my room.   By a concatenation of circumstances I mistook my room, and got into the  one occupied by my. accuser.   He was lying  upon the bed perfectly naked, and exposing  of his person.   I feared that he might be arrested for doing so and took'hold, of hi* pantaloons, which were under his pillow, for the  purpose of covering him with- tbem. ' There  happened to be some money in the pockets;  unfortunately for me. and the man woke up  with the idea that I was a robber and was attempting to appropriate his funds, ' He seized  me by the throat, and shouted -Police,' and  when-an officer arrived he turned me over to  bim, with the remark that I had aUempted to  rob him.. How ungrateful !    Tltieclare to  goodness if your honor will permit me to go  hence, I will never attempt to do a kind  action again.   I will become ns selfish as a  clam,-, and look after ray own interest.^   The  court listened to Reed's, narrative, and when,  it was completed, ordered him to .appear for  6fnten������e-' H? was astonished to find that his:  story /had not convinced his honor : that he'  was wrongly suspicioned.  BLUE   TE  ��������� OR ���������  127   MILE   HOUSE.  rpHBUNnEOSIGNED HAVING PURCHASED THIS  .^f*fh!r.MftpmPCrty;i9'now PrcP*������r������dto accommodate the travelling public.   The table is supplied with  the very best of vi m-is.   The bedrooms nn-i bpds are  as comfortably ascnuM be desired: and tbA BAR con  Jr.J??������������tWng bUt thc be$t brjm,s of LIQUORS and  A good stock of Grain and Hay alwavs on hf������n-<  3rd May, -1867. .3 W, WRIGHT.  tX Spence's.Bridge andainton, on/the Yale KoW:  TravelleT^infind^ood^ccommodation&Thl  hving, of^iquors,^anu:of:Wines UFresh Butter: Milk.  nndVcgetableS.:/:���������oo^ffablwa^  .���������yy ZZx^^AyfjBksKu  1-X at this estobhshmeot,' so es to suit the "times  Meals; $ 1;. Beds, 75, Cents,     'u  -;"������������������;{       XZ'". Zi:'ll v McLEE5E.^.SENAy^;l  : :May i^tyimZ'Zy'iZ' lZ%y^^������  ��������� ��������� ��������� .... X'S  a. w. Piper,  u..{,.   C Q N F. EC TI 0 N E ft, -  v. ;, Goyernmeiit Street, oppnsite'the .Theatre^  c '  0^Vl������^ every drperlption manufacturVd aad  ������y-:|fllt*i whplesale^andJftctail, .:    '"    . j.s ,^  L.  rqjST,  BETyTEEN YALE AND LYTTON; B. tt-  TRAVELLEItS will find every accommodafiou at this  Hotel. . Excellen 10ppking.   GpOI>;> BEDS. ��������� -  ��������� {{-STABLING FOR; HORSES.     .:-  I--'  TIMOTHY HAY: ;and QATS at Lowest Kates.  BOOTHROYO  BRO'S,:  1-s ���������' ���������:���������������������������.-���������'..;,    Proprietors. ���������  TrE^RT ^REENBAUM,    WHOLESAl^E' lilQUOK?  ^outljpicccs^Cigars anU^TObaccO, Johnson street,W'    /  ,.V Ho^] Bmldin^, Wharf street Victor! a^V. i!   f$:-7  D'i 5L?AIi'8 ;C^fkb./'fewire lAvn 'Rkstacravt^:���������  ���������.Goyernmont Srrect.Victorin, V. I.';.--.'This; is ihix-:  chpnpest; m(>st-comfortable,/arid*best; attchiledEstab^-  Iw.h.ment m ihcHty. -*-"."'1''.    --r -  ���������*n*?S/ *.*is a'^5^*e������m'*ft^*T������itbVt^^<aoes*i^V:-;  ��������� Winks, LtQirons and Cigars.. .:��������� X .. ������������������������������������-/. ':\ y- u>t,\ jis -;;.iU''  ���������Z ���������^.p'ee; .Boi^t :Mr.Wf&r: 'fi-Ml  WE ./THE; UNDERSIGNED TAKE' pleapuroMn aB..'-1  *;;f n'^ncinx to our numerous customers and the1  public,:that we will supply them with thehestj'RE.vcH���������:���������: {  LKArnRR Boots ('utyfree)ever oucred in B.{C.^ Xyu.  i;,;.JBSrAt our old Stand, Government Si. j ViotorivV I';��������� {{.  U']My.-- ZZCyZZiyZy  CHARITY& BtiTiiER; .; {.  i: ,|RANKEL. Victoria, V. I,,. Dealer in FCHS^  . "X i SKrvg. IIidks, Woor., 'ke. LI heral ad va n cos made.  on Fnrscnnbj^iied.   R::fr>rorice���������0. Sutro & Co., ReM  -hart Bros./Victoria, V. I.-   '    -  X '>���������,-:���������       ; J ^-ilg :  THE UNDERSIGNED b^cfs f������ Inform the miners and  resMmts in &around Von Wlnkl^that he will in fu-  turn kepp nn assorteo" nnd GOOD STOCK on ban-', arid  hop-������������ hvelose flffntion to business, ond by selling  at LOWER RATES than heretofore, to meet* the pa-  ironfice of all.  Or 'ers from outlnyinir creeks accompanied with thc  CASH, will ho forwarJed with promptness and dispatch.  #ST Terms CASH, without ^istinc'i^n.  1-s .1. W.  LINOKARD.  AGE IS NOTHING! !  BLOOD WILL TELL!  Ct ^JJT������0 & CO..' Importkrs Axn DKATERSirt  H^.^^ TOBArco, Meorshaum Pipes,&o,S;fi.:  corner of Yates and Wharf street, Victoria .   /   . s y  KyONG, LEE \CO.;  CoifMis'sToy "JIfrchavts,- J#  P.ORTKJ  V.   I.,  Crsek.  Zl���������8i ������������'' fri*lers in Chinese Goodf,' Victoria,  i aL*, Lillopet, Quesnefmouth, . and Williams:  -.-    ..-,������������������" 1-s :.  AXover has been pithily described as a  man who, in hm anxiety to gain possession of  another, has lost possession of himself.  r.w!^^011*6 cIrcles of New York,the  K"^I? f bow tenned ������4he nocturnal  borse of tjje feminine gender^  THE UNDERSIGNED   IS  NOW  PREPARED  TO  a fB >r I every a ccom moda ti on to the tr.i vei 1 i n? pu b ���������  he, and hopes ;by a ;strict attention to bu������ines������ to  mont a share of the p-i iron age bestowed on the former  proprietors. This is one of the most comfortable and  ���������commodious Hotels on the roa<?, con tai nine as it does  warm-nnd well.furnished bedrooms with good beds'  TheTABLEis supplied with ey^ry delicacy it is nop-  SjWj to procure in. the upper country. The BAR is  Rocked with tho best of, Liquors,, and the choicest  oigars. ...���������.��������������� .  i^T HEALS,: $ t 60   EACH. -������������'  {The sibling for Horses is all tbat could be de*ired'  and the charges ar* very; moderate. Hay for Horses  P*T. aay,;$2 ; Oats and Barley at.the cheapest market  "' The undersigned ha^ a largo quantity of OAT HAY  on hand,.for sale in large or .ismall quantities.  J-s JOHK PIJLLETIER, Proprietor. :  K tygfeON't Va.tqhmaier, Jeweler  .' .T *?}** ^nsravpr. Govern men t st reet, next',  to the St. Nicholas Hold, Victoria,,V.'"  I.  ������ri!:yNf)AlNB������ COLLECTOR AND GENERAL  AGENT. Governmont Street, Victoria, V. L   1 -S  .{���������, .BOSTON   BAR     .  International   Hotel.  DAILY anH WETf!KT,T  "BRITISH COLONI?T   ,  an I VICTORIA CHRONICLE."    Orders for mail-  ingpiyher Urn Diily^r.Wtfeklv issunlaoftho above to-  any part of Europe, the United States, Canada, An^tra-  W   a \-    at'tnlM ������mc<-' or R('nt t0 Victojla will b������ ...,  rt .;!"������-   t0*    -TkrM8 'n ftf' va "ce-:   'Wkeklt. 12m6s.,.-'  with Postnc������; $7 50;   Cmo������. do., $4 .75.     DilLT, 1^  mos; do., $23 ; 6mos do., $12 50.  OUR   COFFEE.  Is  COOD BEDS.  WILLIAM CHARTERS  Proprietor.  The Bonaparte House, ~  SS&S^^    the  WE.ARE   "FORWARDING   A  oacbCl^ 'nT',nS ������f ff0"m tw0 ^������ twenty-nvo pound*  t������nceIrom-Clinton,^ml^to^ Pi?  Jawing, 122 miles^TlwSS1i������n������%^?S?^���������^*  Travellers will flni pricesVn-i ^L " e> c0 m,,^s-  *u������ ���������:     GiV. V Jm QI n ��������� 4,ccommod������tiens to suit  Give thein a call.   Stabling, Hay k Grain;,  stages leave here'rcgulerly for  the times,  attentive hostlers.  vale, and Cariboo.  1-8  i-s  WILSO!^ k MURRAV,; {  Fort street, Victoria*  ;W).  IMPORTERS QP BKGLISH ;MBRGHADIZB  .Wholesale and Retail, v    ,.... ;.''������������������'.' ,;  n  '{Masonic. H^ilGovecnment etre^VSotdri^'I4t


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