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The Cariboo Sentinel Jul 13, 1868

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 m  M  3  fci'-&  B^rkfer^ljle, ^"aiam Creek, B; G/,  ^.i/VKEKLY  PAPER,  /NEW A^EliTKEMENTS  CttRl&TIKIBROS.' HAVfeOPENED : THEIR NEW  - Shop,"opposite th������ Pp&fOiHco, and ''a re prepared to  execu .te all- fc Iritis\ot- s Blacksmith; work with - neatness  and dispatch. " 'A- ��������� *��������� ,       ' *      '   .  ; ;;Barker^jlliei:Juhe22; 1SCS. ���������.   .   /      ;        je22"  receu^linporifttion  nftcili'Mr'sulWd;  ,      ni ..'cAiaBOW SBSTCTL" ....  ;.;  '^sft������4fc'/'J-  1-Sn&uncssftna despatch.  bed with ^^^rmamojlftwte.^     _  , >       WALKER '& ISAACS,.,  Sal o o ii &n& Bestamraht  / ^QENTREVTLIiE, ���������   /    /   '  / ���������      . '  :-tc%^  ,tfay,.8t#^,,-.y>;  ^OSQUITO/GTJLCH.  -Cm--  / y  Kaisliion Saloon;  v A'- D L E Ft ��������� <A;   BAR R X v;  ,,   v y' BAKKEltyflXK, B. C;  'May 1, 18<3S:    ���������      ' ' ", ��������� /        - '"A l       Cm  ���������a.;  (JBi  !*}V  (Opposite Cosmopolitan Saloon),'  r-:'B^R-:K-E.RV5lLLI3-.  nSffc of ' te. cbembrt���������; laboratory  2ftd. sulphuric w^i^VtwSS?  ������ and brandies cafl be maao from beet-  K? that a barrel, o^pea-n^ m-b������ wans-  raedinto excellent.coffee ���������;. that/^ can  iorb ao enormous quantity of .water in cer-  K the adulteratWns tb������ t = n 'udhgent  Jnd dishoncsc chemist can prac use uMa-his  '",fflH^llow-mGii. Ul these1 "marvels <v chemical^  cience^avc ir, these latter daysl^com^rM  Ued, Elites tbe British ^c^'Jo^aW  Wiam triclca ������ trade, and ben chief  fcciiiv )s iu Lhuir eppacity to enable anscru-  Lw-icde 1lh3 f.yhgntvn ibe poefcfrte and de������  Rrovth"estb*Biachsro^tho c^nMingcandvcon-  Liung'publico Gonc'ernvfg thu article ,o  Ihamp'igni1, awriter in the Cincinnati Journal  }!��������� Commerce tellsus.that'it is rjiftdevfr.pnv.a-  iiousand ditfeRmt substanoeWeven from rc-  lub'd jKiiie'ii^^ ^ozble,  j sparkling,:;fcubbling:,:.;fS^i(ia&-^ha*Qip^*iii3;  fan be" protluciid, which will^delight1;the eye,,  jcklu' the palate, gladden tbe heart-momea-  inly���������but quicken ���������"��������� our pa^es; towards the  j'avyvard. This -ht -a ne^usej for, petroleum,  hkh those who; have'' been experinientirig  rith it iis aii agency for generating steam  lave little dreamed of. Who Can say that the  [enaaylrania oil territory. : now considered  hostly worthless, may not sonic day be re-  tonera ted in to tho g reat cham p agne- prbdii c-  ag country.'of the world.; ;y,,-/  Akimal Grafts.���������A. French, naturalist, M.  Tulpian, cut.ptfiho tails of tadpoles, and saw  pem not only live but grow for ten days, in-  iifferent to all theories of nervous centres,  ligestivc apparatus, or circulatory systems.  But -the member that seems to have the  Itrongest dose of/the '-'vital principle" is the  bit of a rat. This is the very ideal of life,  intl here, if anywhere, we ought to locate the  (eat of vitality.. The following, experiment  fas made by Mr; Bert. > He dried a rat's tail  [mder tlie hell of an air pump, and in immed-  Ws proximity to concentrated acid, so as  gradually to, deprive it of all moisture.  then ho placed it. in a hermetically-sealed  Jasstnbc for full five days. At the end  |f this time he subjected it for a number of  fours te a temperature of ninety-eight dopes centigrade in a stove, and subsequently  icaled it a secoud time ia his tube. Four  i:iya more having elapsed, he united this tail  ?? ]lf. G.nt extremity, te the freshly-cut stump  Ha living healthy rat, and quietly awaited  jne result. His success was as complete as it  pas marvellous. It commenced to expand  m penorin tho natural duties of a tail, and  pee months afterwards he demonstrated, by  L!f^ Rrapntation aid "careful injection,  hi i7"? nirnisl������ecl with proper vessels, and  r* a living part of the second rat.  i^y-^M  eOXTRACTS UNPERTAKEK AND ALLRlNDS OF  }< .lobxfjiyk *(loiio;-witn punctuality; aBU^U-ipatcli,p.t?  reasonable,rates. / A good ;siock "yj ��������� seasoned', lumber  always on hand. "A.'   <'A^W       '   je25 4io.  a:      '    WAKE-UP-.JAKE      ,     m.  Bestaurant /^i^^e^  THE   FROPRIETORS/iOK'lTHIS   WELL   KNOWN  r^cstablishni$$.$:In^tbankiug.thc' public and their:.  numerous i'nekfls for past Ssuhr rmlu irindiypoheit  ���������^���������3ontinttan^bC/t|utir4-' pa tronage,, as rtAmy are'-.tow-;-  prepyrcd^/affoM- ^ ;������, atifJV.ctinn in th( hne of-  :.������uW������ss^ife yyy;;MmERSON &:G0ODSO^ -  Zl MdS around this country are  yyA }}miyn*W week they killed Nat.  CbnJ^ Sta^rrivcr������ on the Owyhee and  I ke ?nriir0al 5eobe'th0 w*������t, with eight  bm ^?nn������^d four wWidrs wehtafter  Nhiein������k������ BCa,P8������ ������very Indian that  Klv >nL; n?fc ������ne cscaP������d-   The number  Pffib "SSS*? "V5 P������* or ���������������* whites  to wMte lnS undl*n scouts *nd one or  -tlMlaw  K'^0l,fc fiffcccn racu ^ told.  L   UIa ^wla bifttesman/  ;I-Jtdy/lU^m/.>/''^       -- ,      ^ Vl6ra  fBread delivere'd t6iallparfe*j of tha Creek,,  *  HAS .TDST^RBGEIVBD  A. LARGE ASSORT;  mimt At'.BOOTS' of Various -styles andior. ti.::  BBSTiQUALlTY"; aUo,;Benkert}S;Fmo Dress.  ���������'Boo^'ofJrb'O-yBstidescrip.tion. _,.. . " "���������'���������---'������- ���������    :r-  TOiavo Boots' of'mf' own Tii ako warrnnted-not to be  surpassedvby any Boots made either in. this Golony or  ih Callforriia, either for workniansliip or durability.  ���������i<'Gam- Boots constantly on hand. .Boots made to  ordur and KEPAIKISG done at the shortest notice.  J tt^NEXT DOOR TO^THEl SENTINEL OFFIC53,i^  jftIR y     "      BARKERVILLE. B.C.  j. TAscimy^''"'' :'' - ^/i^sett.  ^piNK^gAgps;  . .   fi/D  ���������;;-S;;I.;.^:;';;:;lfs^^  RI CirlF TEL D,   B.   CV  ;itay������, 18GC.   - -T' ^ : ,- -   '>  |D*^f|:|DE^DNE:V|  / '   A /F. V|I^e^s\A.u^Uon^ltoom8i  ,?je8 Gnt,f; /; ;^..-.L^BARKERVim,E.--;y -. :������������������'';  '     - ,   A   "^SlPORTERS -AND-- - '- r ���������' (   y  ,  WHOLE^kBE- DEALEte i'k/  Lrvre Sttjjk of ail^kiiids^  '*t je8.6ru,;." y; BAHKERVILLE, B.C.% "' s ; -l;, Z'. ���������  ^^I-Se^S;:jUMdS.;  an  rancisco  Store:  ;*^csi  assorted1  Ka������^ just;< receiVed \\ ih^: ::*Lnrgest "i..' aiid.  -/,;'_ '*,-/"'/-'   '.:��������� ���������<-A'4 'Stock off^y ? *.. .    ;,    . ,     < \;  '���������' American.Clothing,*    ..  Underclothing, -&oy &<?A  Tliat'has ever^ecninipprted.to Cjriboo.^; ���������*���������,/.,.��������� , ; .���������-,  i/5/JJv.?/Si;;:..-A^������^  1//v i;&RbCE^^ '   '���������"'  33?INE;beani)s of To^dcp,&; C^fe^S||  Parties 'will 'Cridit'to their advantage to gsvQ.mte r  call before''purchasing"*!! so wh ere.       '-  - "-     *''���������'/;/ "l  yj^MAyyXA.y:yrymrj:: r-y-n-vi^lyiui.^-  ������������*:���������. 'i^������liff'.  ....-.,. *ta>.-������.^. <->- -.'i-���������-������  'fe  ^:;Ti  %^^ym^iaM%y.,x,  B.'.H.O^GEyS' "OLD    STAND.  ;Barkervlll^.l^gia������,:1868/;  AQmt  ������������������^.DEALERS;'': IN,-  DEY |p'ODS AND LIQUORS.;' :  A  large assortment of rio.j ebq  Steel-5 always  ������fl,  y>- ;       hand ���������    A  -/Barkerville, 3fuy 1,1888. ��������� '       ' ,       .fim  JlRCADE  nrUKE GHEAT PLEASURE IN ANNOLNm.G TO  J the public generally that they have purchased the  Saloon, lately occupied .by. Mr C. lullon,' and  flatter themselves from their long;experience m snisi-  acra-to merit a liberal share of their P;1���������1;^..^, /  At the Bar will befound a full supply, of the best  WINES/ LIQUORS AND CIGARS.  frirkerviHc, Mny 20th, 1863:   ".     ' >   jet 6m .  CESTRSVILLE STOEE,  RED GULCH AND MOSQUITO CREEK.  Johii B. Loyell & Co.  EEP CONSTANTLY ON" HAND. A LARGE SUPPLY  MmEBS������ TOOLS,  "V PROVISIONS, CLOTHING, &c, &c.,  And for sale at tho  Lowest Current.Prices.  Only one Cash Price asked, conscqGectly no long  CrS:B-Miner, and Prospector on TOJW/Wvg  ������*utf������iranil other Creeks in that section of count]) can  ScliW A������OTBAP.������4 to better advantage Uutn  from Wi Ilium* Greek. ���������;   ivivSCm  Carihoo Literary Institute  ,T   S. THOMPSON, PrtKsrnKNT. " ��������� .  JAMES ANDERSON. Vick-Pubsidbnt.  oii:;Toikei^  iiiiiil iyiilllfl  EG TO'INTIl^PE'TO' THEIR"FRTE?,i/< AhTi TV.  public gerie$li\  (h.u.tlipy r.ow imvo ^o^aYke ,  ���������THE    ^{Cirkets  ^frSf^������llie^      .,_,          ...  ^r-bf-M-h'ic-h^*Hfip^ii|g^  good fresh meat^of the-verj^hfe's^^am^,^,.,.^gc^w.^  bought in British? GoluDlhiav and >would;.re^ectltilly,  solicit a continuance of the patronage heretofxn-fe  extended tcxthbih. /. - y    , A..y  Barkerville;Bfc., May 22,186S. ^V*-..;  Mr  um:  '���������yy  .. M  ���������-, ..........,,....   Mr \.:;' . 3p.y~:.MK:s'  :m-AM. .,.    .-.,.   ms G0N;STANTi.smfOH,SA:|\:p *A ^HOIOE SELEC-.;-*; .:  y-'i-  ulf'U enre of M^iiflMy Sj^hHlis dud /Sheumatmm,?,  and Oro^sraabL's-'aatl bther^pecillc.^riixtitfes.lo^^on^.  orrh'ceay if. i] x ea t w f i e i j'of To j 1 e t -A.r 'tiqles^ a^-Corab������t;>  H:iir Oils, Hair ai..' " >otli Hi    ,   '    Tooth Fodders,  Tootb Picks.  Spongesti-ratscy So8������^ B������:--?vitn,, Lu-^ 4  ^  biaTs Extracts, *������nd other pertumcrifcs,*otc,,-etc. ,vy . ,v^ ���������  "roscriptionscarefiii w."-.pounded, >.     >;y  P. f        a si "  iie;s/r'equiriii^:;  ns caroOilly compounded, y1 MAMyAMAM  [-���������ship. up^Qodfeey^y iyrmg.;an<lf^i! ^pw>^:  'i: inedicine>rriavi'OTely'-on..obtaining.-il.rv;  it^^Ui������i-^"������tS'lh^^VTv^i.K������*r?'ifip.irft^  m  . -. -i  Ay  MMM  ..K5;?fr.n:...:  BM&KERyiLL13i  ���������)'*  A N AUCTION WILL BE HELD AT THE; A^OVE  ���������ix   Hooms :;(]' '/���������i.'v"   ../'/ '"; ;  ;;'/-  Every Saturday, at Kooii;  ; Goods  sold oi commission.   Goods-received pi.  Storace .���������':��������� Mone-j-advataccA on gop.ils.        ������������������ = .. ������  5f ereliahts williple'ase send Geo ts to Aection KqomB  not later than Mday Evening M^aturdHy^ ^cy.-^  p>8 6m   '    Af" v ;���������;/-. __jVg;:t.BE-;*Auctioneer: ;  :i.y  P h p t o g r ap Ii i Q: Arti s|,  Has Now^^JfEDy His;pfiOTO<?"a^mc:;<J^^  len% and ^prepared to.do all kinds m  phicai^Jewclrfc^  of'the^rti.*.  4A A: ��������� /:'���������'     ..'     ...���������",-���������:  Cartes deYisi^i/TiDihredc;roste;;Pt)rtr^  ^   types, I^licr Pictures.   5ni������iioLypes, yie^s ;o  Houses, Cliims vetc/, Sinde^jr Stereoscopie^y <$$  Portraits also taken, on. White Silky.Lincn or Cotton  Cloth;   '���������' rr:^-:::Ay'AA v.'".;/- A A *���������>'/��������� v '-i^;;"  BarkerviUe^tayV 1S6S. -.. ���������'-- .,. :y:..: ;y ;.;-:#>:'  ^;-y, cl StR50S'S,'s';^  WHOLESALE   AND   RETAIL ^DEALER  AND  11. S. BLUNT, wr.��������� ^  JOSBPH CLEARIHL'B, J-  JOUN MacLABEN,       J  DlRECTett'S.  V B --A fine n??m*t.ment of Books and Stationery ia  Cjrocsriss, ProYisionss"��������� ��������� ���������  HARDWARE,   DRV    GOODS,  CL  othIinG; boots and shoes.  &c., &c, &c.  BARKERVILLE.  .    mv2S6m  kerville  >M .  XJr^eek  anl  ;vrpck  omthe> moniiii^^ Bftsj.WA** ^"^^*^"^^������^c^^  kinds oT.-tqthraissI^ ^tcyifor ^mis*m?|l%WJfe; ,fi  ses: recdrd'daim's examine reef  is,- ^^fl^^gf^ ,  r^aUlsovbeattended to.    i   ������ nsl-.o wl onu toe^^^g  (imosamcmlh, an Exp������ s lolttithley   Cro.k   Em ������     .  brone^nrtib, Cedar and Black: Beat   Cwekw.     ie     1������   -���������_  have an office at Barkerville, wh   -a Ul ord r.y etc.,������  fcahbeleft/       ;,'-���������* >   ���������  i/iMay=5..;"i'866v -iMA.i rA^MyAy^MM,--y-  ���������" gT" ,,;;.  C:C  &y  /;i  Selling Off,!- Selling Offl  yy  yy-/  ".,, ������������������:  ijOHFIETA- - ��������� - -^BSri^A9^^V  ��������� sGroceriep;"   "-:Provision?, Dry Goods        ,  '    ' Also, one splendid Bar Saloon Stove, &c.   ic. ���������  ;.;.;'��������� \-.y)"    ,'���������;   j������.j"t.' 1.1 ���������.;.":���������'.-"'v'.'���������';.-~, ���������-���������-."-j.'.?��������� '.;:...'''-���������;'.'.'.:..��������� '{��������� v'��������� ...'yy:y.'-.���������'<.'--,������������������������������������ y:.-:���������:  ���������^Uaccdirntsanetoitlio.ttndcr^giicd must be set led  ���������Dcforo the l"0tU Jane next-,, ,.:,, r,^ t^���������-^ ;:  .Richfield; May TPth: 1863.     ^   ' ** ' mylllm ^  VA2^  ;, j-r^fTJ������'  ;-/ \--:  yy.:  n**\������:.ivskept  for Siile  STOFESj^STQVES!  ADA-i'S & PEABOY;,  n^vc>stv(icci'veilacUcicesoloctlonef  CAST IRON COOKING STOVES  :    SHEET COPEE, fflCs.,';w  PLATE  AND   SHEKT   Ila.OlS  rnftE vXBOVB.'^ftJSB 'M^fflMV  1' aitd fitted iipfrfr me Accommodation' ot; the: .RobliaKy,  will bekoptfna^stylc to-defy-competition.  -; >;n/1^(- ;  : 6oods stSld^WbolesallprORqtaU.aiid as chcap-.av  the'cheapest'iU Cariboo .mai^cet. y       -'-... . .  r/v i''  i. WlioIeiSalc orders from outlyiiig Creeks; wiU?be -:ror^;,  warded-frec of. extra charge. ,   ^ _    ^j^^.   ,.  Van Winkle; May iq, lSf>8. ���������.      r  *    'myll,6m,/t.,  ////'//^\i$:.Q  .''������������������\#ALi^V:lMA^E:'  T* nWs MODERATEV^ WofeKMA^SHIl*v UN-gl  will nidai-o send their orders-to J).-*McQbA"RRIB,  whoWns 'the best of.Frenchfeathers; always on  a^derS.^nj.Cari������:.^^  prbmplly attended to.     , ,, ;:,,.: P^.^V^^  '^fef^|*^AET5^S^: 5^ pOLONY>;  ��������� /AA' :': iN-' SIX;/;PQUND  -TINSvy;;.-v;.;-  TIN  11 c O R'M^ t l- ?^^mbbr CURIAS  1SSS2&^������������  ���������Zi  tiob  ������fflT^^S^������w-^S*.  j*5  ���������E.!PEABS02v".BKOS.;, ''-v.  '���������' ���������?/-.���������   :Bar^cr'7iIle>-  '������  ���������Jl  /��������� hr;irWK������**WS?l!IW  WTy  ^,rr  IIS;;/i'^y.;;/"?  " ���������" ^ -'-   y  ' * . - rf;  as  ���������iriy,'iy.'j?;![-..������  \AA 'Aa  yy. '��������� 'm:  tHjWby;"1..  A:  ,C^y:'y.  is  ���������  life  ~?i"       MOSBAY,:;J.U:&Y, 13, 1868. ,  "X^M^iS^yQ  ������ IV. Uhahardi  , %o f^ribob ^nUiicl" is published;*W������*j������������;  ^Thursday. = Advertisements i^endedfor fgfm  fouBt bo-delivered at latest at 0 o'clock, p. rort tht any  lieforcp'ubllcatiop. ;'��������� _^^J^.  ���������   . .  , TO CORKKSPONDEYla.    :  , y,, , ., =  I ^ti'feommuntcation  raalnamKanll/autlre^  ;;wlth"aviaw of publisblng the same, butasaccui.it> wr  Atis'gobdfaith/ /;-;'-';'V. y . /   y - yyv-;'/ ���������' -" ���������* " - ���������"f.  ^^^ .  TO  Ail'ftdva-Hafem^^^  i^m Aiu'&m ti-n'jiftd until ordered out ana uMirgca  period) will bo continued until order  ;;6f'accordingly^  ���������;-i-fiWgS  OiPITAL wnishmbn^;  yThis important - question, which <has-_from  -tUne to rtiine occupied tho attention * of  the  ; Stltesmeii and^the/press of every; cirihzed  country; has.jrtst^undergoneiin^England^ro-  , bubly one dt'the; most; thorough discussions  and- investigations that it has ever been aub-  iCjected to, at least in that country.; Os the  21st of April, in "the House of Commons, Mr,  Gilpia's . bill   t^r  tho abolition of the death,  penalty from   the criminal '���������code of English  yia'w/ alter a o j nri and deeply interesting dis-  ' Suasion,' was'lost by a majority vote, Mr. Mill  - -bein'g'j tile most'-strenuous opppaer .thereot..  in ' iookh!?-    over  the arguments advanced,  pro ai d   ion; we '-*ce struck with, the widely  different.'and   contradictory1 views oi those  vho participated w rhc fM ite, nof .vitUffaD^-  vi^ the lermrUW coincidence of opmku as  '   to what'they deemed tlie only necessary  con-  dtMxBUVLi "in   Cho 'case���������the pia-ifJit^Pi of  /"criminals and, the deterrent:effect upon others  i a   oi 0 2r   ^ ! i? y v en t crioif   _The p j c/sh/ in  ���������y' co ra men ting upo n 'the "debate, seeftis: iiao  to  ", ��������� be 'tied-.down 'to; the-:"same- na��������� wy gimge;.-. of  vn\urmuih  app^y n'%  Ui>tIuL4������yn/pi^di k  ike  r****?L  remote manner *������jy Iujo tnor^u-  !; , >indnt;that-might'mfringe an ihe*timerhonored  ',nu ahtiqi*! A d  acajous - of pas* &g^s     i'he  <:   "-primary aud 1 n fact' the on ly ddea ente r tained  ,   u p on' iC e su b jec tT b o th by h tat.es rn p n au d the -  rpr6ss, S',=vi^,yt������1 he, *bf,l m>mh mu ii m f.essar-  ;;  llyjie miuwbed for the" Hake' of'^punishment,  '   ''ragard 1 ess. ol 2ts co 01 p ens3|tuv* n t re 5farmato'ryT  .  '������^ecis/; -/.Theflld /(��������� hIoori:-fp������. blood./' and.|an  '"eye tor ftL ,6je-" ooy? j pe na to'bo on thor-  ' s "oti'g'h ty id li01 -d i, & b j' I lie & b01 i ticnisis o f, the  -; \de<ith penally, as it is by the advocates of the  r scaffold ; andiuTact the form er. 'by ; the var-  jJ'  ious tortures which tbey would inflict in' con-  ; . -nection    with < impriooument/ sfor   life, ��������� far  outdoes in barbarism those who would simply  takfc the life of the convict at once, instead of  killing him by inches.    The" great failure of  the' entire..'.'discussieU" of the subject, we conceive to" be in premising-'tbie-necessity of fiun1  ���������������������������:'. ishment;a;s a retaliatory measure.   In matters/  ,   "ot political or.social economy in the present  day, iArquotation of .authority  is  only re-  , garded so far aa that authority accords with  common sense, and- the universally acknow-  ; ledged prinQiplesrpf right' and justice.   The  conflict   of ^authority.' therefore; as quoted  from, Moses   and Jesus, the founders of the  two antagonistic codes-���������the one, of-retaliation  and bloody aud the other of mercy and for;  givehess���������^must -be.-accepted- and interpreted  / by/the light of reason and in accordance with  the dictates of the unprejudiced human heart.  ^i/FaMng-this view^tVthe case, we cannot see  ; AfM^]men:'qnnte]Ugencev^laiming/ to be influenced and governed by" the principles-of.  iho ral i ty  an d;: religi 0 n, can i sti 11 ad here to  ; suclf views of barbarity as \ycre advanced by  the statesmen and |>re^Vof England on this  ' question.' both by ; tho/advocates for arid  against' the death penalty.   We believe, and  we; think    without   conitradictihg   divine  / Authority. Unitajiy punishraeht for; crime that  Jg'npt^refoi^ cruel and vin-  yiictiye,andjeannptbe justified by any sys-  tetti of ethics in concord with sound reason.  /There is, it is true, so mo reason for exacting  from the thief or robber a pecuniary compen-  satioii for the losses or injuries sustained by  til's victi m ; and if the pro per ty of a  mu r-  derer, or even his life's serVice; were devo ted  ; to. the fami\y or friends of the murdered man.  there might be some justice in that ���������; bufc of  ;^hai- avail is it that the murderer should undergo any'-description of torture that does not  render a recompense or work a reformation  on the guilty man.   Apunishniehti therefore,  that is nierely-^y&4!^y^;^s^^ftr^^'^: ^nd  ; cruel;and/fit only to be:reniembered as/one  of the inhumahities of the dark ages.*  We  know th at i ^ may be aai d that th e do ctri ne  of a future and an eternal punishment is not  in; harmohy ;with the religious aspect of the  riUO which we have laid down, and that hell,  in its: most mild and'extenuated form as accepted, by-the. most ii orthodox Chris-  reasotr inteiliBenoe and experience, tthmild  S *Stfe statesmen and rulel-s in the.r  cSils and iheir it'efs; ana; If a member^f  Pai-Snt is not pkniitted. byrhis apnstto-  Sent- without enter-taitnng ttie idoa of the  S It life." or?is required to form'lns opin-  lis^pon&e S������tkority that: affirms ^pea-  % bM not !>tn.'Su rogaV.   -VLiin 'vill bo ,-latfly  jtars.   Any luforuwdou rpSi,rJU������ ANjcIE COX.  received by Victoria  ,.'jyW2'n .;���������   SI. PATBIC  K'S CATHOLIC  RICHFIELR..  ou Sunday next. iuel9ih 111^.  THEATRE  ROYAL.  rlher;than the;oold;and up������^5������f#*^  isur of an unenlightened age, ^ the ftefn a|d  hncharitablc doctrines taught aim hiu ded  down: through the church\by,.*ftmetlc  S&!������������������devoted followers. The.;..oter con-  |uSfe^ich;w������alU  of the two; onlyreft^rtaihed ni thedi^saion  lm this qu'estiori- was the / deterring; ijifiuence  whicbipuiHiihme^  criine->^is-argument we ,eonsicler;to be also  iallacions aiiS iihjustrand; niust o^nvcessi^  fail if the mam argument for retaliatory pun-  ishrneht cannot be  sustained  on Its   own  merits; fotvif it is wrong to inflict refUia^ory.  of "^  what ethical code, consistent with; common  sensse and justice; can it be made light to  punish one man for tbe meresaliepfdeterr  ring" another from,"followingjhis exarnple.1  Sucii��������� a vicarious application,'of torture we  hardly think will stand the.test of sane reason,  aud when the Government of a country resorts to the means of making a u scare crow "  of'a condSninfe'd- criminal to frigbiep human  'blizzards from their unlawful prey}-it con-  fesVes a weaknesi /that" shame' a|ohej^should  conceal. In regard to ^he main question as  to how the State should deal with a ipancoii:  victe** oi fi capital offence, we confess that  th'er^ is great difliculty and doubt,.and in our  remarks we have neither pronounced''for or  ngaiust bis immediate execution.', 'Tlieexcep:  tions/which we have taken arq against the  common5idea entertained byboth parties in-  Ihe controversy, that a man who is guilty of  a-nrime must necessarily be punished regardless as:to; tne. consequences^ to the'criminal���������  ���������pufiished^as a retaliation, for his own offence,  and punished as a terror-to those yW ho may  premejlHatjka 'simii?3? 'crimet��������� vA'gaSnst-such  views we protest, es being unsound'-and un-  christian, and not in-accordance with the Jaw  pfimercyjandrbrgiveuessproclaimed^by^Tesus  2000 /years ago. We think it would be more  befitfcing'the wisdom aud intelligence  age; if menv-of' such rank' and influence as  British'statesmen and 'the leaders of /nubile  opinion in England are supposed to be^would  adopt1 the -more merciful theory;-anddevise  some measure whereby crime may be pr%  vented iVithout exercising torture upon the  criminal, which only sinks him ;lower in his  de'gredatio n," rathe r th an ��������� tendi ng to m ake h im  a better man. "Such a course, we think, would,  make even the murderer in .contemplation  have a reverence and regard , for life that  would have/a more/potent ehect in^the prevention of crime than would all tlie^terrors  i nspired by the barb ar 0 us prac ti c e of retaliatory punishment. Iff however,; it can be  slip \vn by; f ai r: and/cah did- reaso ni 1 i g fro in the  .premises "which 'we have advanced,f that to  spare a^murderer's life and prolong jt without punishment will tend to the; incfease of  crime,.- then^;>ye/ 'have / only to say, pn; the  ground ofd mekct; to the condemned nan, let  death, divested of all its barbarities,;be in-  llicted privately, that the pub lie eye .pay not  be .offended with, what the mind, can fcarpoiy  eudure^^'^-'v-Zy/;/";'������������������"���������   '--ryy'r :y[  ;rANxn'ERSAniES.���������From the Columbian"Awe  learn that Dominion Day did not bass off  altogether unnoticed ; arid one of top most  pleasing features in the affair is tCat Mr.  Fisher, tbe gentleman most prominent in op*  posing the .Confederation resolutionfnassed  at Now Westminster last spring, was "the foremost in promoting the celebration on Dominion Day. From the same paper woj learn  also that the Fourth of July was observed, by  t;b e ' A mer i caii resid en ts in a manner q ui te  characteristic of, that patriotic aud'home-  loving people. May the time 'long continue  when we ;may be permitted to witnete such  harmony and good feeling which so'generally prevails amongst two great branches of  the Anglo-Saxon race. [  We always take pleasure * in calling .public  attention to improvements m hotel accommodation. The latest addition in this respect-is  at the Exchange Hotel, Soda Crook. The  rooms have been fitted up with special reference to the comfort of ladies and families  travelling to or from this district, and all the  little appliances for comfort, equal toanv  Victoria hotel,- may be enjovedy *~  On Monday, 13th inst.,  %mEFIT. QF/MUS S. P. PARKER.  tteVribod" Amateur D^utc Crps will render the  ;*; ��������� ; ft illy win# pact's:. .  // ""f H E���������-^���������EWON*'-���������t^yjaSRa*kj ���������.':;���������-;..  ���������The B;������mn Joseph UluflVmb:,d.,^..   - fr���������������.  / Albert Bhnmst. in (u SiuOcnt), ���������, - Mr Blunt.  WflMin (a Savant,,. ^,. ^J^ZZ. '  '.-..Angela,  ��������� -.- a.' ......     '-������������������'���������-.������.���������,  A-   "Ursula,   y   ���������   ��������� . ���������   '    ���������        . A......  TOIOVand  Mrs Parker will  render  wmio of the  ^iS^^clionsif������m her r^rtmre.     y -.   ..  1 BOMBASTES7 FURIOSA.'.; ���������  ?i: General Bombastb.i,   -;. ���������  Dtataltinx,  -   Mr Thompson.  Mrs S.'- F. HarktT.  A In "-.consequehp.e of the-vcry grent.assistAncoMrs  fnrkerbrts ulways been to the Corps, It. is hoped, tlie  public will mark their, appreciation, on that occasion.  ;By.cJccorffingi������era lull house...  ^Doors open-ul 8:30, porfbrmnnce to.commence at 9.  |rice or admission,  $1 :   Reserved Sc:us, 60 cents:  My^       /GOD SAVE THE QUKEN !  V:    LAFONT   AND   WARD,;  /  Minstrel '& Variety Troupe  Tlie proprietors of tbe nbovo Troupe having secured at  '       considerable cost'the 'valuable services of"..  PROFESSOR WILSON; and;     -. . ^     . ��������� J  ryy Messrs/ BARRYund WRIGGLEIIUTH,  ���������  '���������/-'������������������ '   >'In.addilieu.to-; .,..���������--;-;' .... ;..-i.^_;  --MRS'-LAFONT, ; '       'yAAyAA.'/  MISS ELLA MONTEX, and  ///'���������y/Ay/y    MR PIERCE,       ^  '^ r ^  Beg  to nnnounco to the. public tbat. they intend to  perform Weekly d ti ring tb e season on;. ; ������������������'- \y ������������������ * ���������  AAAy In the Theatre Royal, Barkerville,  and design, by strict study and attention to so vary  .the/pcrlOnn'iTice.s as to make this one, of the best  places;of,:amusement on the Paciflc coast. Self-pralde"  nd^bein^alrait of good performers, tbo. public arc  invited to giye. tlieir attendance and px������s tlieir own  praise or censure.  V Doors open m 8 o-clock, perfbnnahco.l to commence  at!8:30;. , Aid mission, $ 1 : Reserved Seats, 50c ex ira..  Bbx/Ollicc-opeTi from 3 till 5 p.m.  .     .i.v9.  CH    HOUSE.  /y.i    .MISS    HICKMAN  tTAS.OPENED THE XZW BUILDING ADJOINING  li /the Post Olftce as u  /LUNCH HOUSE AND SALOON,  wiiere she hopes. to recei ve a fair sin re of publ ic  pa truua <je from b er frien da and the. pu bl ic......:���������.,  The Bar " Is stocked ��������� witUahe best of LiqtiOTi?; 'and  good BOARD furnished on. tbe';most reasonable tcrnis.  Also, good :BEDS.QHd ROOMS TQ LET, furnished or  unfurnished. .Tlie kindest attention^ will be paid to  all who may. favor her with a cal 1:: "'.-���������"���������.. ;-v..-;-;: jyO-lnay;  ;��������� De jNdiry*iQti:' '^0^^-^.  (Successors to BuieBros.,);. ;  B A R K E R V I; L L E,  ���������   DEALERS ,I.V ' I  AM>  ���������ju8  DR.    CHIEF,  M.R.O.S.   Exo.,   L.S.A.   luOxa,  SURGEON  AND   ACCOUCHEB,  At home for consultation daily.   (ifQce two doors  bftlow tho Theatre ��������� 0(!}ce fee, $0.  DENTISTRY���������Teeth Extracted  ^a  or Filled.witlijOoMj  ~-':������������������.'������������������ j'el5 5m  0  Farmers, Attention!  N   AND   AFTER .''THIS   DATE THE RATE FOR  Grinding at tbe So������a. Crueic Mill will bo  ONE-HALF  CENT  PER POUND  and screenings returned.     A flrst-class Miller constantly in  attendance.   Capacity, one hundred and  fifty barrels per day.  SffiT Satisfaction guaranteed.  Soda Creek, June SO, i$6������.; )������:iO  est Clothing Store  -^LX���������  OPPOSITE POST OFFICE AHDCUSTOM  HOUSE. \  H  AS    ALWAYS   ON   HAND  AND IS  MONTHfv  importing the most complete assertmciitur'  '  English Clothing,  Underclothing,  Gloves, Hatgr &cM &c.,  which will bo found lower >������V price and better u,  quAiity tbun any other in Victoria. .    ��������� *  Wil. WILSON is tbe only Importer in th* Colony of  SILKOVERSHlRTSy   :  r." 7: -K A T If E "k^C OAT'^ '-'������������������  AND WEST END FANCY HOSIERY.  All driers. Wholesale or Retail, through Barnard*  Express,  will Revive prompt  care and-"atteotion  W. W.'s squara dealing, both in Camcrontoa ������n<i Victoria, sincu '62, is a girnr-i uteo for good vjlu������.   fc\\  :- the'bank'--ofyyy^  [rocorporatecl by Royal Charter, 1862]  CAPITAL   . -   >;,-..,-  /   r    ^S^OOvOOO,  Wi th power to; increase.; ' ,     ; -  : Drafts issued on the Bank^s Branches  IN Vj&PpUVER ^ISLANDLl VICTORIA.  ���������''���������:���������"*���������'":������������������:. In the Uaitod;States, ��������� "���������'���������!    Ai'-A  QAIAFOKSJJ^^/ . -.; SAN FRANCISCO,  OREGON,--;- V: -   PORTLANI).  NEW TORfC;;  : y; -   - -Messrs. Beu.& -Gcx-  ���������   dry, Agents for the Bank of Montreal.  ON CANADA~The Badkipf Montreal. ^  ON  SCOTLAND-^THo Britlsli Linen .Company's Bank* ;y:,y.; ;-���������'.; A'A'  ON mELANpV;^, Bank of Ireland.; '  ONMEXIGO^AND SOUTH; AM ERIC ^-The  Londpa Bank of Mesico & Sou tb America  OSSf'ENGLAND^ho Bank of:BrUish:Coihmr  A ;. biay Head Office���������East India; Avenue,  ;-Lead'enhall street.    :.'.:< MM'A  > Rjceivuil on Deposit; or Atlyiinces nnile'on tUoai.  TELEGRAPHIC TRANSFERS  Gra.ntod on Victoria, San Francisco, Portland and New  .-,.'. York.  Erery description of Banking business transacted.  H. SB1ALEV BLUNT, Agent.  William Creek, Cariboo. . >fl .  H  AS   JtiST   RECEIVED   FROM   VICTORIA ONE  of the largont and best assorted stocks of  H A ROW ARE  Ever imported to Cariboo, consisting of. shoreto, how,  axes, dluic^forks, ^  n)una,of all sizes j^ylbr^oast steel /W^gJ;.  ���������goii": car wheels, cast stoelaxlus, donble achon ;bolu  Sutsn^nd: washers 6^  and i>lacksmiths':tool8, g������mewl|y; hay rakes,^scyt^  anUsimhesj,nxo,aud,pick;hun^  HCHles, carpehters' tools^locks^'h������ng������1.*^1^w^.  staples; bat arid coat hooks, files and ���������Ps^���������^d  and bunting knives^ cdtlvry in great, ^riel^g  every article necessary .lbr a; mlmog ^>unt^S  and mule shoos and nails.   Also a good ^������^[  stationery, all.of which he is prepared lo sell at j������ce-  which will defy compel!tlun. y  ; May 6,1S6S. .  MASON t ������Af,V BEG TO. ijfJ^W^S  ffil   hnvii opened tho above Saloon,-   n l a V������  tlieir experiehee and strict attention to meut asiiar  of the public patronage ;  Meals,   Lunches,   Oyster  Stews, &c., :.  ;   Served ������p at all hours, day and night  Barkon-ilif. B.C., June 22..  60 Yoke Oxen     ���������  16i-Large Team Horses  Allln .fine condition  |.ei*2 im  ,C*������be Creo*.  I  ^^^^^^^^^^^^^mm^^m^mmMmmi  ~il������&i;ii~*u:''i =:������������������������������������-":  J  ������r  coy  >elW *  "olony ������(  fltfc  larnurt'i  tieotioii;  HI  >q,ooo,  bes'  CORIA;  CISCO.  )/  r&Grx-  real.  a,-;-'.; /  ay Com-  Wy^M  Ltnericft  Lvenuey  theai.  and K������w  tnsaeled.  Agent.  IA ONB  els, how,  fiat 8D-1  nd dew-'  jii ; boltt  . bellows,  '.-scytlya.  vs^gias*.  ���������8, basp?.  jatcliers'  letv, and  v "Horse  ���������trncatof  al pricerf  Special/td.  the *#aftbo6/SentirLel  .^TfJlUA.  ������  .-;��������� -������������������' ���������' ��������������������������� !. V/'l ��������� /il.... ������������������WiVcyi itAao  lect'Of^g?'  At^r'%Hlrtisiii(53F  W9 e  In*    ,...  :tbey.ft{Ijoui  w^^;m*s??"'"~" *'*"���������������������������GOi!8  *^J, to to to* cotoetfcin tW;lfe^ ^to-  niShi' -;       GAtlFOnNFA.-,'.' :'-.-M-  e/^Sba^gets^ burned  death on TebaBiafitreettfroai  of a fire-cracker/ ; y!. ;y   ,.";.;  /   New Yokk, July^The yeilo^fcvcr^  MimiDishcd at Lima and entirely ^appeared  ���������   On^Toiai deaths, IWQ^ y Amoi^t  ***'      'EAS^kKSTATES. -    A'" \-  WisHisoTON,;..June; 22^-Tbc report ofjthe  Conference eommitteeoa^t^  mm disabilities from several hundred  ^ons in the Southern States, was adopted  by a two-third .vote.        -    ,   - *  The Kentucky election case was taken up  and McKee declared entitled to his seat,  The case of "SiiiTatt was called/in Gnminaii  Court before Judge Wylie  tp-d^y.     ������he  Court ordered a discharge of prisoner on the  m'dietment for murder. _.    , ��������� ���������  Tlie/ President; to^ay nominated -to; tlie  Senate Wm, M. Evarta for /Attorney General.  Chicago. July 5.-rTbe President's amnesty,  ^rbclamaiion* grants /.full pardopv un������pndi--  tibhaliy and without reservation, to all and  fvery pet-son who participated in the late re-  bfillioai excepting such persons "as mayfco  Miider presefttiaent- (or indieliiilents in theJU:  & Courts; haviugcorapetent jurisdiction upon  charges of treason or other felonies.  Washington', I Julyylr-It is understa,od;tbe;  Housft^v-iirtakS'the/firiiil .voteon tlie Alaska  Appropriation Biif on Thursday .of next  ���������Jrrpek. A"' ������ ' ���������     .  "   Gc������; GiHoV is ordered to California to  takeihe-position of (}i������n. McDowell.  Delegates lo the Convention a*e.rapidly  ���������amviug. ���������.-.- y   ���������      V     '��������� ���������  Now Torkdelepiition;::-heJd*^-mebfing.and  ���������informally respired to support:\Gby. /Seyr  mouf. "Kentucky delegation support Pendle-;  toii. Indications ��������� to-day.;seein to point������'tp.'-  Chase or Hendricl������...v;-    ^A''^y'-/r.-yA:iriA',  New York, July o^The Pcmoc:ratic;Con.  rentiori adjourned till 10 o'clock td-raorrowv  New Yokk, July V./lThe/Democratic .Gori-  . ventioa met at 10 a.;;m. First ballot for  President; total vote./ 317 ; necessary to a  choice, 212 ; for Pendleton 105, Johnson 64,  Church34, English 16, Doolittlc li, Hancock  ���������33������, Parker 1?. Packer 26, balance scattering.  Jackson, Miss., July l.--Forty-seven counties give a majority against the new constitution of neatly 14,000. .'���������'���������"  St. Louis, July. 2.~-The steamer Sam Gaty;  oouRd fer Otnaha, struck a snag near Arrow  rock. The lamps; u*psefc; burning the boat to  the waters edge.  Boat and cargo total loss.  A ���������'V CANADA; : AMy-A-y-y  ..Ottawa, June ^.-The fatal of Wbelani  for he murder of McGee, is fixed for the 2d  ���������September. "��������������������������� ',,.':,  4ooTmin was ^u���������d M night; loss,  I  ITTHB*  ,po irutti  t a sliara  'ster  itlNlKG COURT.  (Boforc C. J. ^���������SJ^"^,^^^  allowed  Ham  m  SiAh.���������^ t0 be takcn fro������' Wi'"  Thursdayyio 1 1^,, JM'������Vfld that on  ������iv������ quantity of 7a^,;': ^T^��������� an exces"  Co-s ditch to ZdL ���������Mamg 'i1 the Corn"sh  woi-kmc o��������� th��������� ��������� dc.trltocnt ������f tho  claims  thai Z ������XcJ,9i ,rk-   T^ d,!fenco Proved  ^sed b7a mmL ' f������VnnThursdfly *as  letting Hon olamWi������f,th? D,Ucl) B������l Go.  "1'ift, rvom' the cS pM, ! .^ tbe night-  Party so lettinc tte wftCo'8 'i,tch V and "the  twnlt bfftrheStoJH^. *n. fleeted to  The Court rnS^R!?1*,n th������ nornlng.  ������t������leven'o'clock     tMccl610U ������n������I.Mond������*.  COUNTY COURT;  '���������'. '��������� ,��������� "������������������-**figl)is.)- .... _.y  ^ ,i ^ Vr F���������^ Mj ft, 1868. -  ; ; Mallard ^s.ltongh.-^rh?sftaBe wasaiudff.  ment summons to show caiiso Avhy d-efendahl  ha(l not.paid a; judgment of $220 obtained  agatn^ him by plaintiff. The plaintiff/plead  inability; a������d:;;a>kcd tor forther;;tim^-"riie  9m. allowed a further period of two mbnife  to pixy the judgmeu't by weekly Inslalment-i:  , I-ejtiitaui vs Sayyea.-This was an action  (or a balance of an acconjit of goodi* sold ana  delivered; to ;Sayyea, ;Baxter^anS ilcGi-esror  partners in a pining claim ^n/Keith lev ()^  1 ho plaintiff testified;that; thS defendant veri  ���������bally; became sure-ty^  to the tha*e; parties, a lid tiiat������������������ lie had keprihe  account solely:inthe'nanie^6f Sayyea. The  defence claimed ibat there was /no paHaer^  ship;/arid th at ;d verbal promise would -not  make;a man liable for the just debts/of���������<an-  ptiierv and,that the amount already paid by  the deiondant, which the plaintiff had given  credit for, was more!!.tti'an.hia.,ftr6noiit-i6n.-Hji.  m vflWe; bill. The court gave judgment for  defendant .without costs, as be had led the  plaintiff to believe that he" would guarantee  the full amount.  . C, Fulton vs. J. Grant.���������Thiswas an action  to recover the amount of a promissory note  for $20. Judgment was confessed, and upou  application for time to pay the amount, the  court ordered.it, ..to. he." -paid-by.-the first of  August nestc.  /Bodge vs. Wallace.���������This was an action of  ejectment to recover possession of'alease-  hpld.."property���������the 13-mile house on the  Queshel road. Tho plaintiff showed that he  hu0in July, 1866,- leased the property to defendant for six months; at $15per month:  that;two mouths rent only had been paid, and  that the lessee had been notified to quit. Tbe  defendant raised the question of jurisdiction  on a plea of adverse' title. A written lease,  signed by the defendant, was produced, which  the; court ruled was, a complete estoppel to  theplea of adverse possession, as in no case  cpuld-a tenant dispute the title ot one whom  hebad acknowledged his landlord, which in  this.case bad notouiy been done.by a written  lease,;but by the payment of two months-*  roiit;;yThe defendant showed that he had  made extensive improvemenlsupon tbe .property linder the iin pressi o u that he cou 1 d-ho 1 d  it as:his own. and asked to be/allowed: payment for said improvements. The court gave  judgment for plaintiff and* ordered the house  given;up, and also: the payment of twelve  months rent,.the defendant being,allowed to  retaiiiUhc growing crop.   ..  yriirsi J. Pemberthv Vs. E. H. Babbitt.���������Tbis  was/an action to recover a promissory note  for S80, given by Messrs Babbitt & P id well,  of Victoria, to Mr C. 13. Young, and endorsed  by the drawer without recourse to the plaintiff. -Tbe defence set up was that a dissolution; had taken plaic between the drawers of  the note, aud ibat Pidwell bad assumed the  liabilities of the firm, and that Young had  been notified thereof; that lie subsequently  transacted business with Pidwell;   that Pid-  the judgment of $313, and that it would take  tune to consider the other claims.made against  tf-    -The court theQadjourned.  it.  -:;   ^OWCB OOURT. iyriryy//:.  (Bolord th6 Stipendiary Magis^te, Justico^BrcwO  . Satukdav, July 11^ 1868.  A cha^r^ was brpught by John Carson  against Hattie Lucas, for an assault Upon his  personvand- threatening to vshoot bimi The  accusedpleadgniltyw the assaiilt^andi urged  asy justification;.; that;; the complainant had  otrered her an insult in\:the public street  miC^ntreviilejahd^irther^tatPtttbats  not^ntend to shoot Mm. nor did she know  that the pistol which ste pointed at him was  loaded. The complainahti^ould not  Wt-*Pe Pistol wastoaded at the time Of the  !^rJ?a*t^b!1^ though be Mutd^rdvithat it was  it further timewas grauted;/ Tlie Court adjourned tbe further hearing 'of the case: mill  Monday^at 11 o'clock, y   B,  ; -r A ���������  yy y ���������, MINING IN^LIGENCBy //'' ������������������  A^^nTOSi^mmt  Wash-ups fbr the week :���������Wilson co; 138  pzs;; McLaren co., 130 pzs-;; Cornish, 71 ozs.;  Tyack, 55 ozs.; Bro use, 37 ozs.;. Si.v-toed Pete,  25 ozs.; ��������� Flume co. (four days cleaning), 28  ozs.;. California, 10 ozs.; Baldbead, 115' ozs.:  Sheepskin, 75 ozs.; Aurora,'118.ozs.; Cariboo;  40 ozs.; Liilooet, 53 ozs.; Forest Rose, 60  ozs.;-Raby, 53 ozs.; Welsh,. Caledonia and  Tcuoesseej wages. - ��������� ���������.---���������������������������---���������  -  y   ,   STOUT GULCH; :_��������� .'-������������������    A.  Wash-ups for .tbe.. week :~rMucho Oro, 90  ozs.; Jenkins, 70 ozs;" Taft Vale, 160 ozs.;  Floyd, 50 ozs. The Alturas co. have gottheir  tunnel clearand will commence to wash again  this week. /'/ - ' ' ��������� '     ���������'"  "JlOSaUlTO GULCH.'  The amount of gold taken out last week  "was not so large as usual, owing principally  to the scarcity of water. Some of the best  claims���������v jz.: Hockiog, Point, Wil low and  Ophir���������were engaged during the first three  or four days bringing in water from tbe gulch  and setting tbeir sluices, ������&c, to a uniform  grade so as to be able to return .it .to tbe Hiawatha. ���������,','   ���������     :-...      .-     ���������   ,-.:....  Minnehaha co.���������This company is working  to a great"disadvantage, having to work with  the Mosquito water only. Tbey still continue to take out bier ������av.��������� The Willow co. is  paying well.���������Tbe Big Leadxo.:. are drifting  from their new shaft;. the;bed-rock is pitching,^ and.) tbey feeV sanguine.;that they.have a  good claim.���������Rocking.. co., not withstanding  the delay, took outl40 ozs.; they.'are-working through their new shaft.-^Opbir co, are  just opening their diggings; they have just  completed tbeir tunnel.���������The Point company,  although on the Hockiug channel, do not  come up to the mark, taking out over, wages.  Tabb co. bave got through the rim-rock ; expect to be on pay iu about two weeks.���������Discovery co. are 'doing just as usual���������about  wages.���������Holman co. are driving a tunnel;  they expect to be on pay in ten days.���������Jeffries  co. are taking out good pay���������about 40 ozs.  Tub MiNdTREj^���������The La font and Want  troupe gave one of the best performances on  Saturday night that tbey have given in Cariboo. The House \Va3 crowded io excess, and  the roars of laughter which were constantly  kept tip from'beginning to end only shows  how inexhaustable is the fund ������f wit possessed  by the/inimiCable Tom and the humorous  Ned Ward/ZiTiie singing of Mrs Lafoat and  ^iss Ella���������: jylontea was very good and loudly  encore^vaud tlie new attraction given by tbe  additibn of Wilson, Barry ao d W rigglehnth'  made itope of:.:'thc best night's entertainment  of the engagement. ,  Theatee   RovA!*-^Jfrs   Parker's  benefit  comes off to-night, and one of the best ������utei* y  tainments of the season is promised.,/ Let 'r  none-neglect tfce opportunity oBVred toenjpyr;  a good treat.   We think it hardly-necessary y  to speak a wordon^ behalf of One beneficially  as every one; in the community is well satis*  fled of her,merits, and we,are pleased ��������� to boar  that a large ?nuuiber of seats -have already  been, secured. ��������� - - y.; :��������� Ay...,-., , .;;, y ;  D������*t^Tb'Ri\-~A���������'ri.o'w. Di"rectofy of/Victoria  :������M;-tb fikprinci *f>M # wfe o&lM? ��������������������������� ooj p^i^nx^A^  brae irig portions^ of Cariboo^ has been-laid pa ;/  our table.   The w&rlr is compiled by Mr?B.' ���������;- '  Mallandaihei pf Vietoria, anil has been-pre\ /;//  pared with much  care' and at cbnsiderahle  expense, and we hope it will be sufi5ciently  appreciated to insure its author a compensa-  t i o n for the 1 ab or an d mo noy  expended  ia  the compilation.       ���������[.'���������'���������: '���������:"���������'*.  '.;.CoxsixjiuTrox.rrrWo. anno������is*ee with- pleas*;.,;.  nre that his Lordship the Right Kcv. Bishop -..  d'Herbomea. 1).D., will perform the ceremony -''....  of the BenedicMon of- St. Patrick^ Catholic ���������  Church, Richfield, as also the Belli oh Sunday  next, the 19th inst.\ Our Catholic/citizens,  .we are sure, will duly appreciate the 'solemn  occasion. -..-���������-.-���������.....   .,.....,..,....   '.yy.r.y  TnANte���������We are *placedl iinder,obiigations  to onr esteemed friend, Mr Dunlevey, of the;  Exchange. Hotel,/Soda Crsek, for asack of .',  splendid greeU peas, the first; of tho\ season;./ /\  We must say we. envy; the guests of mine host    :;  of theA Excbahge,, who are now daily treated    i  to " roast lamb and; green peas," together "  with all the ether; delieacies of the seasonv /���������  "Mi  ''" ��������� -M'  m  well bad failed and made an assignment, and  that tbe note now sought to be recovered was  discharged by that assignment, wbjch he  (defendant) would be able to prove if sufficient tim.i were granted. To this the court  demurred, and the defendant consented to a  judgment by being allowed to move for a  new trial 'in one month's time, which was  granted ; and judgment was gUen for plaintiff with costs.    . ��������� Brcnecke & Wing va. Ellison.���������Action to'rc-  covernoto of hand on demand for $80. Tbe  note was drawn at Hope in 1863. unci in the  spring of 1������M sent tp Mr Lee in Cariboo for  collection/ The note was not endorsed, and  the drawers have left the colony, it was  unred m defence that the note not beiuS endorsed could not be collected except by the  drawers, and tbey were not m court, cither in  person or legally by their attorney. Objections overruled: fbc defendant swore that  he had satisfied the note by a settlement had  with Mr Bvenecke in Hope in/the winter o  1863 and that tbe reason he did not take it  plaiatiff, wiUi interest at 2 per cent, por month  aud costs,: ".    ���������,     ..   ..  Mrs ThurVier vs. HiU.-TWs was asome-  Al Vomn Iwlecl case. Li September last a  w5KSSS*totee4 by the pMff  defSflUor ^313. which judgment w^gnr-  S* bT Slessrs Knott, Winmu-d and Cudio,  credHor Of tho plaintiff.   The judgment was  fA.,u notices of garnishee of \Vinnaia_auu  Cunb and subse|i.ent to the notice of Knott  Mr mil the plaintiff, also put in as a set-off  RED GUI;CIJ.:  The Moenshine co. are doing w?ll; they  are taking out about an ounce a day to the  hand.���������Tipton Slasher, United, Butcher,  Catcb-it-if-you-cau and Blacksmith are all  making about wages.���������The Discovery co.  have sunk a new shaft on or near the Catch-it  lines, and have struck a prospect that warrants theoi " rigging up ,: to wash.���������The Tom  and Jerry are at work'; the result we have not  heard.���������Hiawatha co. are drijting with good  prospects.���������The Never Fail have a great deal  of water to contend with; tbey are building  another wheel so as to be able to work the  pump and hoisting gear separately ; expect  with tbe new rig to be able to get down.  &LAK1) MOUNTAIN*.  "We hear that the quartz ledge was struck  in the tuhaci on Saturday at a distance of 210  feet.  ". : ;" ./-,.'������������������/���������'  KEITHI.EY CBEE&.  Tbe Grotto co. is paying *frages.-rBaxter  co. are sinking a shaft, and three other conv  panies are tunnelltn^.  LITTLE UKB.  Fiftv or sixty Chinamen arc at work on this  creek, making at the rate of seven or eight  dollars per day.  CEDAR CREEK,  y  The Aurora co. are taking out one ot. to  the man per day. ���������  BUCK BEAU CliEEK>.  A company of twelve men^ arei going out  to this creek this week to sink a shaft.   , ���������  His Lordship tbe Right Rev. Bishop d'Her-  m        iompanied by Rev, Bather Mc-  arrived on the creek on Saturday.  boraez> *  Quicken,-^  at? "RnREBTSON-In a letter to a friend in  A. Reply bas; been received from tho Go- \ i  lonial Office to the petition' Of; Ho va. Scotia  ;  for a dissolution of the Union Vith Canada,' ���������  viz.: that the Union is an Imperial: as well aa  a Provincial policy;and it relies on the ley*.  al ty ;of Nov a * Sod tia- to: n up p or t it; -;: ���������������������������  .  Legislative Cooncr���������A .circular has beeri  addressed to. the members, oi" tho. prestnt  Gouncif, whose' term expired /yes terday,r;. re-;;:;;  questing the cone������rience of /each id its pi*ov ,.;  lohgation until 1st December ncxtl'' . ;/ 'j, /; :  No Eastkr>: Ma.il���������The California steamer ./  arrived at Victoria on Saturday evening,/ a  day after the mail left for Cariboo, cbnssay y  quently there will/be no Eastern mail by th������";:'  nextExpress. /���������        . A,-  .A;..- yyMy ���������y.:A:y:y  Barnard's Express arrived en Saturday. -v  evening, at seven o?clock, bringing a colonial  mail   and   the   following   passengers :���������L.  Greenbaum, ��������� Greenbaum, M. Wolff, R. Gilbert and"VV. Barry.   :     ��������� '������������������: :������������������; ��������� At ���������    y   y  Tab Express will close on Tuesday evening, at nine o'crock, ami the mail at 8. 'The   :  stage will leave at 7 e'clock on. Wednesday ;:  morning.      .'...'���������     '*    "   ���������/'    ;      '.  Froni the Examiner we learu that- Dom|nj;  ion day and the Fourth of July were respect*  ively "celebrated, with great enthusiasm/.  Dominion Day was celebrated by a dinner, to  which abottt 40 persons sat down. A number of toasts were given and responded to,  interlnded -frith songs and glees. .'Salutes  were fired at morning, noon and sunset, and  the day passed off with . general- rejoicing.  Tbe Fourth was celebrated by tho firing of  salutes, baloon ascensions and a number of  sports were indulged in and carried through  with all the entlmsiasm characteristic of a  Fourth of -July celebration. The Yale Brass  Band promenaded during;the;day and serenaded many of the residents, who were;surprised and gratified at tbeir musical ciiI tnre. ���������  . Accident.-���������The steamer Reliance, on;, the %  3d inst, ran on one of the " Sisters," below  Yale, which came very nigh proving fatal to  many lives, but, fortunately, an Indian  woman only was drowned, which was caused  by hor jumping on a rock and falling therefrom into the river. Through the excellent;  management of Capt. Irving, the boat was  run down the river a short distance and  beached, and upon examination, the damage  proved to be very slight. The breakage was  temporarily repaired and. the boat proceeded  to Yale on Thursday morning, with her passengers and a portion of her freight.  BARNARD^ EXPRESS.  TN FUTURE AND TILL FURTHER NOTICE, THE  1 Express Will arrive in Barkerville on Saturday  Evening, and closo again lor below on Tuesday Eva-  nine at NINE o'clock. Pussiingors leaving per, Express on Wednesday Horn ing will bo in Yale on Sunday arternoon.  '"      ...;������������������; :  Juno 2*2.'1S68. &OBI2RT POO!,. Agent.  J  ������������������if  ,V-/  y .   -   ' -'M  '���������.���������>V  .. - **���������- - .-  .   . .^.������������������s,.-?:^  w  ������������������:.���������:���������:::..-.:-.,.,  , ; -;\-'yy.  yyiyMyyMM'M  :,-y/'/;yi  :���������;������������������������������������������������������������������������        . -���������:"���������-,:���������<������������������ /���������*"���������':  'A '  y-AM  ��������� , A^yM$fc  ������������������������������������:-... r-r,yy>AiA  - -..My-'m  ���������''���������/yAM  ������������������-.'������������������..,��������� =ryyy.  ���������r'M.yyyu MfMi  - /   ': - > ?Ak'.  , ���������!;.., ,;;,- '.yy  ,   i. .   - -:':  .'.. ���������--,-��������� y.:,. ;-:-,y;yy':  ���������/ /aM$-  ~y$i  rJ.-y  M-.' ^  y-V y  ��������� /vv  ��������� * .������������������*. ?  ���������   .ts, ! ������P  V'^-t'i.t.  .������?���������  ���������'M:MrA-  -m  ^  ��������� 7JiAAir. !>* ','AteW*<gM Wiwfcv * ���������&eT5*#Ees2na^BE8tita&  M!3������  ���������������������������������^^  rasrasssiaBSaj^Bsas^smK^  A ClWb* Tmck.~An old crofter, jyilhm.  a few niifce of Fort; William happens to be  frequently '. bbtficrefc by lVorsc^.tiespassnj^.  lioon hbldnd daring tbe night, and as might  "bo expco-eci;; felt, much annoyed-a. snch^  :*uto of atfau*.", He accordingly .resolved to  putaeiop to lt,'aiid fortune seemed^ to favor  him. for he discovered a horse on the> aught  of Saturday, last, luxuriating: amongst Ins tme  oaU.   He got'a hold of ihe: horse's tether  (which ihe found was his own property,) aud.  finding' it a quiet animal he led it out of lus  ground in the old Highland fashion, that is,  he walked in front, both hands at liis back  hoMiu&.the- tether, dragging the horse after  him.   His intention was to lod^ehm prize in  livery at tho owner's expense.,  ihe JaUer,  however was an interested spectator of these  proceedings,1 which he evidently disliked, ami  made up his uiiud to extricate  himselt   ond  Mb horse- (rom" thciryawkward predicament  Victoria advertisements. ,  VICTORIA jVJ^ER^TlSiv  EMENTS.  LETT StlELtomi  ��������� Importer and Commission "Merchant,,  W^HARF STREET, VICTORIA, *������,  May "1, 186&  ROBERT   BURNABY,  '    tAXJ) AGKNT, Etc.,  :-'   ' GOVERNMENT SVRKET, VICTORIA,  V.I.  Ail busino*- carrfally^aOanctunlly attended to^'  May li isoa.       -     "      .- u     ���������   be-  geoyups.'yn'come.  other coaxiiig and,;,endearing phrases  stowed 'Uppn hortes-^-tbe ,own������fr.;oow and  then giving .a.tiig.or! pull as;the horse .would  do. Tlie*;; two,-marclied: on . Ihna-rinc .one  tlniikin^be had>/horse behind.,the .otlmr, no  .<loi!bUchuckimj?at.tlie horse's escape���������until  : tlieY-.wev% ne^ciD^^their^esWwttion, when the  old in-an',r'tolns surprise; discoyered^ |be trick  played ^tipon bimrHe was, of course, wliffr  ,f Jr :his^m*ida^ibus^=conduct,butth^owner of  ��������� the horre"^critoff^as;'quicUly :aspo^ssible,l.cav-  ;t he teiher .to'cohsdle:his victim.   :  Sum ������&   awv������������*������������������  CO P FEE    RO ?|S TE  .��������������������������������������������������������������������� ��������� Aud Dealers iu ���������.   .  ��������� ��������� GROCERIES.. PROVISIONS/ Etc.,^  ��������� = :  "- Fort Street. Victoria, V.I.  :Mnvl, 186**  6m  WELLS, FARGO & "GO.,  ."���������;. New York, California, and European Express,*  Exch  and London, at current rau>.  Office���������Yirtes street, \ ictoria, \  Mavl. 1S08.  1.  i  3in  p.1.:   Every ������los^  Plain and Ornamental Enj,ra\in��������� "     j Cn,  May 1,1868.  withPostajiC,S.OO,   -  mos do:,$2:Vv.omosi!o.J5>i-.^  MavVlSGS.  6m  HOTEL OK FRANCE  ,-ersWknt Street, Victoria, V. I.   ,  GOVERNMK  THF RESTAURANT fe<������JP  r^licacie. oi" the scusnn, and th;  I  dolic  dation is replete  with every  supplied with nil the  sleeping ��������� accomo-  . comfort..;   The best, of  Wines, Uqnorsand Ci������A^IGXE & c0., mprietors?. ,  ROADSIDE ADVERTISEMENTS.  OCCIDENTAL HOTEL  QUESNELMOUTH, >  BROWN A GILLIS, Proprietors.'  Good Beds; Restaurant.: Billiard table  . StHblmgfornorsts.ttayftiulOius      '  May 1, 186S.  Sic  Cm  164 MILE OK BEEP CREEK HOUSE.  TS OPEN FOR THK ACCOMMODATION OF Tni-  1 Travellingjmbllc; tho bedrooms are *pacious\id  airy and the Beds cannot be surpassed rorcleaaihu**  and comfort by any in the lower con n't rv ��������� the Tabu* i  always supplied with the best of vieniaV. Stabling  for Horses.; Hay, Oats and Barley coimatiOv on hand  .May 1, 1SG8. .. ���������;..-'      ,gm ���������  May!,. 1888...  U  SUTRO  Victokia, V. I.,  IMPORTERS OF CIGARS AND TOBACCO  Mar 1,1508.   :   T. N.HIBBEN & CO.,     ,-���������  WILL FORWARD rROMPTI.Y,AT MOl)lvUATE TlihMS,  ��������� English,-American,'-  French, (jernian,  '  :.: A od other Newspapers and Periodicals.   .  SoBsemwroKfl,'Ai>nrio Postage, payauu; is apvavce.  May :l.18(58.  M;  'get':  choosing  a  warm  Tinnk how  :tCLOWiiXO;^-Ia   dress get atfmiigM  11gh tly,;-:aiiiraab^'^hiob.'bave'to-endure gre;it  coidvai-oclotiied/^  ��������� and feathers 1 A'A bear; can'; thus; teach:. us a  ��������� le������S9iiyof Civilized silencp; arid'a.goose can  :-;iniparfc{-wisdbm'.; - Th'e -principles of the 'advice  giverify'file wisefoan,," Go to the'ant;.; thou  slupgard." migbt well-be extended to; thei ex:  amptoriqf>-the^-way-: in <which.:th9:��������� Creator  clothes''":?tbe. dumb ahinials ���������.he -faas made,  !They aronofeheavily Iftded^iuplessjjna^ediit  i a necessary to., protect them Wi th armor; but  oven   then , the-* material used is;remarkable  for. its ''.combination. oHi^  The tortoise.ie' shielded more: by. .tlie;: arched  ; -;>hape������6'fK1 Is: aKeH"?'than:': byr. its: thickness.  ���������A/Jbere:arejspme^animals -wbicb float;��������� in^.'.*water.  Bwh ic!? a're covered lieiiy j jy^b u t r the ..weigh t--of  yvtrfisir^clothes : facilitate^4h'ei'r'rm^  th0 elenieht in wbich Aihey, ���������: aire : intended' 10  j i 1 ye?*tiasniiich as; it ienables tbem to sink to  the depth necessary 'for them to subsist in:  But -for warmth, weigtit is Sneedless, and for  ; eqliable*: -warmth ;it is? a. positive hindrance;  fiince a lieavy dress adds the heat of pressure  to thatoT protection to those more'prominent  parts,, of - the figure: upon wbicb it rests.. If  you want:to.be warm, choose a material that  is not only. thick but light.. And when you  'wish to be protected from windy as well, as  still cold, wear under; or .Oyer, a .woolen or  f 11 rry ���������.fabric,, the thinnest im pery iou b textu re  you can get. , Then'; you .bave an .. arrangement siniilar to that witlrAvhicb the animals;  of cold .climates are provided���������viz., thin skin  and thick feathers or'hiiir."'  .WATCHMAKER  .-���������"���������������������������-;������������������ AND    J-EWELLEB,1  ���������"���������.',���������.' f.'v*:;. club building; ;���������. ; :��������� - ��������� ;;.; ���������  Goyernracht1 Street, ";���������    -     ^w    -   .   Victoria, V. I.  ;r   Jewelry of every descriplion thade (0 order, y.y  Mavl/lSes! AAyyM.  - -.;-'.y.;- .-:���������'-- ;���������.-;������������������; 6m  C: T. illUAKD.      '    ��������� ���������"    .      .. J. '��������� C BfiEDY.'  ���������        MILLARD .:& ;,BEEDy>   ���������/  Importers and Dealers in   ....  Gteiie r alM et cli aiidise,  : :WhW street, Victoria; BC.   /  FROM  AA"'":-. -.'������������������ ������������������ ���������*������������������;.-,..: -A'.G-E NT-Si .tO.lt 'i ���������  MERCHA-NTS'-IilNB-PACKETS  ���������:.ueB;6in.y-.^SANxFRANCISCO.-; -yy-   y.  y/T^  ;fVI:E:RG H ANT.' :';XATLOi  ':'rAA^AA>'YATES,STREET, y;;- .  Third door b'elo^V Government Sircet, Victoria, V  I  . Hason hand, and is constantly ree'eiviu? a large  assortment of Cloths, Cassimeurs and 'Testings,:  whieh-bc is prepared to make to order iu the. mast  approved styles.  !   All orders from Cariboo promptly attended to.  ���������  Mav 1,1868. -      , ��������� 6m  PACIFIC  TELEGRAPH  HOTEL,  *������������������/������������������-   STOKE STREET, "     '  ;  /Between Herald ami Fisguard, Victoria, T..T..;  LYTTON HOTEL,  ITT TON, B.C.  HE -PUBLIC ARE RESPECTFULLY. INFOUMFID  that the above Hotel is ooivoperi for the orcom.  modal ion ot travellers. Ono of tho best Cooks ia tlie  country is retained at this establishment, una the Hair  is supplied with a cholco assoitincntoi* Wiucsand  ,Llii"aoj*.t<.-,:-"; r;': ������������������������������������"'- "��������� "-"������������������"-���������-������������������ -r...-.  Tho undersignod would also onuouncothatBtt&chea  to the Hotel he has an extensive Livery Stuble. Saddle  llor$es tor hire at moderate rales. Ray and Outs for  salt! cheap.  W. Mc"WIlA & CO.,  .yroyMGm Proprietors.  GLINT O  PTEL  prj  the market aftords.  :y.   . GpyKitNMENT STREET, VICTORIA.   ..  Wholes ale and retail;,;  j. h;;TURNER";& CO---;    K  ���������';���������    IMl'OBTERS  OF y-   ���������' ���������' ���������"    *'"'.",-;''-'���������  English & French Silks, Shawls, Dresses; TJ11  derclotbittg, Gloves, and every description.of  ���������  ��������� '-Prapory Goods.. '   *:���������%���������.  Rccoive regular supplies by Express via Panama and  by sjiiling vessels via.Capo. Horu. .   ���������  A- .��������� y- A;  ' f&T Particular attention given to all orders.'.  London Firm���������J. P. Tunsvau. k. Co.  '    ESTABLISHED 185S.        t      /  ; May 1,1S63;  ; ' '       ''    -"��������� A ���������        6m..".'.-  Clinton Gity;.:^ .  TlSli    COLUMBIA.  ���������UBSCR1BERS, FOR MANY: YEARS vie.  prietors.of the Twenty-Nine Mile House, Douglas  Portage, beg to announce, that having purchased th������  Clinton Hotel "property, they are prepared to 'afford  excellent accommodation to the travelling public.  The table will at all times bo well supplied, and in tha  ;Bar will be;found tho choicest liquors. .. ;  A Amplo slabliog for animals," arid tho best of feed  constunlly on band; *:' ". . ." " . \: '  They respectfully invito a call from their old cu?.to.  mors, as well as tho tra vol ling, public generally.  'Clinton. 1?. C, May 1,1S08       ,: J. .SMITH k  CO.  WHARF STREET, VICTORIA,^  Tkb'Un'ivbrsai^Practice of mixing Chinory. and  ' other aduiieratives with Cofiec, has very much dating  ������d in public ostimation, what ought to- be the most  ' delicious of; beverages..  So .effectually have, the public  been drugged with such mixtures that the true properties have boen lost sight of, and many prefer a black  and thick infusion to a.-drink rich in spirit and aroma.'  Genvralas is the'usb of Cofl'ee, it is little Unown that  j u condensing the vapors. extracted from. the berry in  roasting, a liquor is obtained of, tho most nauseous  taste, andof a scent, tho* inost unbearable.' Undorsuch  circumstances it is"evidently important that all the  g.ises and Duids "extracted by roasting should bo car-  ri ed off fiis quick ly- aspossiblo, in or dec to prevent tlici r  : returning;again'; to; the Cotree^ "wh'ich : isi the case in the  coti iiridd ;rcyi i nd or; A This; bbject^is ? ad ra irahly accom-  piishod'hy tho hew and patent MCohical Colleo I0aster'J  ������s iisod :by,FELL;&! CO.> Victoria.iXin,'Which the, berry  js:directly exposed to the radiated heat, and "the vapor  nztracted ,carriod off instantanoously.    in addition to  tiic advantage to be ;��������� dcriirod by the' rapid removal oi'  llio aieAin cocttUuing tho objectionable properties, tho  pure aroaia of tlie jCk>ifoc is retained, the (issr-ntial oil  hying preserved and not exhausted as in' tho Cylinder  Roaster, whore the Cc>ffoe js required to remain a much  1 ongor. ti too i n oons������o,uenco ojT the steam in a it u n do r-  goes;by tb0 contlricd stoam,   11 is^cHohUcally impos-^i-  bio to retain the .qualities or arrest the deterioration of  Coffee when ground.   The boat engendered by the pro*  cess of. roasting, and especially of grinding, creates an  action/in tho elementary p:irts which gradually destroys  its fitness for drink.    But to rota in the essential oil  JFhicb;it contains wo have it uncased hvtins containing  from lift1 to28 lbs.,and which can be had from any.of  the res pec tabic dealers. !\Vo can confidently recommend  those, who' a aye hitherto been 6b I igod to refra in from  taking Coffee on account of its ill effects that they ma  use our Coffee^ roasted in tho Conical Roaster, being re-  c6n������mended by all medical men under whose notice H  has been brought, and by numerous other testimonials  .in ite favor. ��������� ���������>��������� ���������'���������'- -.-,- -������������������*��������� . -   FELL & CO.,.���������'  .    :  s-  ', .Con*ce Merchants, Yates St.; Victoria j;  JESSE   rffCOWPER,  '..-.,-.  y -r ��������� DKALER IN ���������  CBSTOI-IADE BOOTS MID SHOES,  : "   No. 23 YATES STltEET, VICTORIA,    "  .. - .    (Opposite Wells, Fargo k Co'd.)  Alwavs on hand���������Calf, Kip, Shoe Findings, etc., etc.  : - May 1,1868.;  6m  :     SCOTCH   HOUSE,  FORT    STREET,    VICTORIA  A. Mc EAST & Co.^  Gknkkal Outfitter,  TMPORT CLOTHING OF ATJ, KINDS ; also ROOTS  1 aud SHOKS, ilin.'Ct from the best English and  Scotch .markets. Sell retail at wholesale prices for  CASH- . All orders sent, through Barnard's Express^  proinptly attended to. . '������������������.- . y  .r May 1;1868'.; ".-."'���������     '\y>' ' '"'MQat ''  ��������� Dealers in ~ ;'  Fine English; French & American Liquors,,  Champagne; Claret and Brandies. .  A     LARGE  STOCK  OF    HOXDED   WINES   AN0  iV Brandies always on baud.   To dealers purchasing  in large quantities,"a liberal discount will be made for  CASH.   All orders will receive prompt attention.  St. Laurent & Laxbkrt,  Agents, Centrevillc.  May 1, 1S08. '   - '      ���������    Om  FKOrKXETOJl"  STIRLING^ :'  a   abailsWZ'b  yy  PRIVATE  BOARDING H.b'tl|s.E,  Fori Street, Victoria, between Douglas and  ��������� ;  . r A    Broad Si reels.   ���������  "1 T>AILEY BKGS TO INTIMATE TO THE  xv. \jm I) public that ho has purchased the  building and furniture, as lately occupied by. Mrs.  Hbal, which he has entirelyrefitted at great cost, and  the premises will now be found replete with; every  ennvenience for the comfort of.families and ladies and  gentlemen, jjeg- Terms moderate.  N. IL���������In addition to the. above, K. C. Bailey also  .   ; y     GREAT REDUCTION!  COlOIIMi Mm SODA CREEK,  . McLEESE & SENAY/ PROPRIETORS,  BEG TO RETURN THANKS TO THEIR PATRON'S  ;for tho past, and in order to suit the times iluy  have reduced'tho scale of prices, viz.:  '��������� ileals' $1 00~; Beds, 7S cents ; Board and I^ing  per dav, $3 60 ; Board and lodging-per week, $15 00.  y.Jlaviug recently>made large additions to the pre  thises'bo as to giv^, first-cla?s acc'ommddatloa in Xa9  eating and sleeping departments, tbey hope to merit  an oxtoaitctl support in the future.   Private rooms for  families.        \ ' .  , -    t     ,  At the Bar will always be found the choicest brands  of Wines. Liquors and Cigars. .   .- -.  The Stable is'cleanj atteudod by a pood hastier, ������*oa  supplied with the'best provender of tho country.  : May 1, 1SGS.  'Cm  continues to carry ou the Hoto  on Langley ain atr  May 1,1868  and Boarding House  6m  FRANCE  Barkertille, W. C,  H.OTEfc   AND-RESTAURANT?,:  Al?o splendid ^dwrttn?, and  Cfearsy  the, best Tfiisfls srid  <:ji  Wharf street, "Victoria,  Offer for sale, at low rates :  CRIMEAN SHIRTS, with Collars, superior  quality.  OREGON Flannel Undershirts and Drawers.  ENGLISH '    " u .    "���������  Fine Larabswooi Undershirts and Drawers.  HEAVY DUCK PANTS.  Blue Denim Jumpers and Overalls.  Canvass Jumpers.  Hand*knit Aberdeen and Oregon Socks. .  English Merino and Lambowooi _..    " ..  Best Scofecli Tweed Pants. :  HEAVY MOLESKIN & CORDUROY PANTS.  OREGON and CALIFORNIA Tweed    >  Grey Drilling and Grey Calicos,.  White Long Cloth, yard wide, all qualities.  DRESS GOODS, MANTLES, SHAWLS, &c.  Ladies' Trimmed. Hats, assorted sty 1 es, &c.  ���������ALSO FOR SALE,���������  BEST ENGLISH GUM BOOTS,   .  FRENCH CALF and KIP SKINS.  COLORED ROANS.  BARBOUR'S SHOE THREAD  CROSSE & BLACKWELL'S Oilmen's Stores.  BAR IRON.   .  CANADA PL ATE.  SEWING TWINES, Rope, &c.  BLANKETS, 2 j to 4 point.  DUN VILLE'S OLD IRISH WHISKY, in  case.  "PRICE'S"  BELMONT  SPERM  CANDLES, in 20 lb. boxes. ' A-  P?hsrf Ktrpoi Victoria. v,j.                    jf-22 1m  EXCHANGE- HOTEL,  SODA CREEK, B. C.  THE UNPEKSIGNEP, PUOPRIETOKS OP THR  above well known and popular cstablishtnent, vj  to inform their, numerous friends and tl)c public gen?-  rally, that thrvarc now proparod to afford cv?rv accommodation'to tho travelling community, at. ������w  most reasonable rato of charges.   Cood clean, airy  'bed .chamber*. -     .  The Bar is stocked with  Wines, Spirits and Cigars. .  The Talde is supplied wllhnlltbo substautlalsMj  luxuries the country afford*, and meals are servecui-  B The Sutbles arc spacious, comfortable, and attend ml  by first-class bostkrs, and a'constant supply 01 iuo  best provender of all kiuris. ,.    ���������  L..rjVo  In ibort, every convenience and facility o^^J  to the comfort of man and .beast, will be ftooj;���������  the proprietors will spare no elTort in order to givj���������  tire satisfaction to all wbo may IJi^ff^T %  lishmeut. ��������� ' , A/eS* ;>vi fini  Soda Creel:, B.C., March 19,.1868. ������***������  the very;bcst brands of  and  Steamer Enterprise.  ikbto TtlAT h MAV������^0N SECT  : Mondays ^Thursdaysat  6 a.m.  Quesnelmouth on  Will Leave Soda Greek on Tuesdays and  Fridays at daylign r..  ^ The steamer is not responsible for. leakage 0  Oils or other Liquids shipped m ims. ^ 3m  Quesnelmouth, Juuciy, lbb8^_^____-_^-~-  : NOTIGE^  in tho matters the Estate and E^clsof  MRS THOMAS JONES, deceased, nutate ,  BO&8BR EDWARPS,        ", <4  WILUAM TREVENA,       ||' 4(  HENRY ALLEN, ^V*    ������������* af the -d***  All persons who are Iwlebtod^p W      du0 for^  with  estates are required to -nay    and all persons ������?i J^^S"^ wud U������uB>������  vol the above estates ****^������j~lW*>  ���������or before the 17th day of SoptembeT  any 0  on  Bicbfield, 23d June, )8e������,  "StttUd AuinmiH^j  :-\������m&ix<&.<:-,,-  (aram3������?t<;������-t������w v/w.nrv.-i.r- :wsx -t-^: tmrt'm^srz^zzi'.vm ������3*o?ss5������fthi' ryyy yyyy yyy-y<yy^t^r:^s^i^ ~  a������3SKSaS=SiSai^������'?~.���������i^^jaa--  ������<iW#  4BHr  '**iBbm  Am^,^


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