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 -vy  y i  - t������?  Vol. 4.  Barkerville, Williams Creek, B; G., Thursday, July 18, 1867v:  No, 22.  TELEGRAPHIC.  NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.  ::[Fr6ni the Colonist and Chronicle.].  Cincinnati, June 26th.���������A very large and:  ���������enthusiastic Fenian meeting was held here tonight. About 200 young men.signed the  ���������military roll, and $2,000 "were subscribed for  the purchase of 'uniforms, etc.  Chicago,  June  26th.-���������The  Times special  *5vs the "evidence in Surratt's trial is unimportant as relating to a general conspiracy,  and not particularly involving the prisoner.  ��������� A territorial government is about to be organized for Alaska.   Two applicants for tbe  A position of governor are now in Washington*  , Washington, Juno 2Gth.���������The United States  "'���������war steamer Sacramento was totally wrecked  ���������oiFCocononda, near the Madeiras.   All hands  were saved;   The Sacramento was a screw  ] ''-'sloop of war, 1367 tons  register,   carrying ~  Is  seven heavy guns, and commanded oy Oapt.  Collins..  New York, June 26th.���������Putnam & Son,  booksellers, ship, to-day ten .tons of school  'books for Japan... yy yy  London, June 27th.���������The great Ghinese  tionse. of Findlay & Hodgson, will be merged  ���������into the house of Baring Brothers.  Ottawa, C. W., June 27th.���������The members of  the first government of the Dominion of Canada will be sworn, in on Monday! The fofc  iowing is the list: McDonald, McDougall,  Blair, Campbell, Howland, Cartier, Gait,  :Langevin, Chapais, Henry, Archibald, Tilly  and. Mitchell. ";.-'  3S;ew York, June 28th.���������Advices from San  Luis Potosi, of the 11th inst., say Maximilian's  trial began that day.   .  .The Herald's special says the Emperor of  Austri*a having been informed of the capture  *of his brother, immediately instructed bis  Minister here to renew his request before  'made to this, government, and take- other  ���������measures in behalf "of Maximilian. An inter-  View occurred, May -29tb. between Seward  FASHION SALOON,  . BARRERVILLE;      <  VV1LLIAMS   CREEK.  THE PROPRIETORS BEG LEAVE TO ANNOUNCE  to the public that they have enlarged, refurnished,  nod thoroughly renovated their capacious and fashionable suloon, sparing neither pains nor expense for  the comfort of their Patrons.  This is now the largest and most complete Saigon in  British Columbia ; consisting of three large separate  apartments,. viz.: CARD ROOM, JUR ROOM, and  BILLIARD; SALOON, .containing three superb BILLIARD .TABLES. '  Tho" best LIQUORS nnd CIGARS obtainable, are  served here. This establisbment is under the immediate superintendence of the Proprietors;  -     ' "   ..-..,;'.   ���������'   -        ;-��������� ABLER k. BARRY.  June"6th, 1S67. 4m.  ?j������. -. ���������    i*p.my������,-M*tr  3 tee i&$ TRTe s t aur a n t,  .-'-:���������.; RICHFIELD.  NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.  u  The Cariboo   Sentinel,"  ::;;^sem:i.wkekly PAPER.    : '���������  Published Every* Monday  and ThursdIy.  ;  "y- ALLAN & CO.. Proprietors:'  0*pnbBi-BARKERVILLE, Wiuxams Crsek, Cariboo.  \A -Subscription, $1 per "Week,  (including cost of -delivery,) Payable  to the.Carrier.  ��������� '������...* ..        ' -���������" -'��������� ���������'- ' ��������� .  T.N. HIBBEN & CO.    .  mtttr .;��������� FORWARD    PIWMVTLV,    At    MODKRATE    TERMS,  English/American,  y ." French,   German,  :. ������'.And other Newspapers and .Periodicals.;  15thMay, 1867.     y '.    ���������    .   4-Zm  BEGS TO INFORM HIS OLD FRIENDS  and Patrons, that he has opened his OLD STAND;-1  where he will be glad to see them.;1  . ��������� 43" Meals at all Hours ������������& ...  Juhe 10th, 1867.; fe. " ...   t.   11-s  &;/.CO., ���������'-.  RICHFIELD,  WHOLESALE  &  RETAIL   MERCHANTS.  WB88B  m  MM  ���������  Bgi:  mm  ill  m  ..LYT-  li  ock at  I  W&-8M-  I  riN.  IlSt  ���������^���������y*.  P  WAM.  1.:  m  E.  Wi  m  THIS  mm  )ttimo-  m  i with.  mm  yyt  trith the;-������������������wishes of the Austrian Count, and  reHoived to entrust Minister Campbell whir  ���������tbe mission.   Ia the course of the following  day, the Russian, English and French Miuis-  taj received froin their respective courts telegraphic instructions to apply to the Secretary  "of State, requesting the United States Gov-  ^nnnent to exert its good offices once more to  ���������Bave the life of Maximilian.   These gentle-  men executed the mission so confided to thera  '*j*ith great zeal and ability, and received from  .-Secretary Seward assurances that all should  be done which was possible to secure the object desired.  Omaha, June 2Sth.���������Forty additional miles  'of the Union Pacific Railroad finished, making  ���������385 in all. No further trouble from Indians  /anticipated.  Washington, June 28th-.���������A proposition will  |he introduced early in the extra session, to  repeal the military "bill, and tbrotv the whole  'question pf reconstruction over to the long  ���������session,   influential members favor this plan.  ���������Savannah, June 28th.���������H. S. Fitch, United  States District Court, has given an opinion  that the Presidential pardon blots out all dis-  franchisem'eats, and reinstates the individual  in all his rights, including that of suffrage,  and no subsequent legislation can; deprive  him of these rights, y  New Orleans, June 24th.���������The. Mexican  press is unanimous in favor of executing-Maximilian. The Uth of May is to be hereafter  'observed as a grand national holidayk Esco-  bado threatens to depose Juarez,; should he  not order the execution of Maximilian. ���������;  The Herald's .New Orleans special from Ma-  'tampras says advices of June 14th confirm the  report of the capitulation of Tanipico on the  ISthinst.  New York, June 28th,���������The steamer Union,  from Southampton 18th, has arrived.  The. Empress. Carlotfca'has recovered the  clearness of her intellect since the news of  her husband's capture was received.  The Czar left a million franca to the poor  of Prussia,  . A letter from Mauritius to the Locidon  Times says ten thousand persons have already  'died of yellow fever, the average deaths being  200 daily.      .  New York, June 30th.���������rThe. Tribune says  &n official despatch notifying the Austrian  Minister of the execution of Maximilian on  tlio 19th had been received. Juarez refuses  to give up the body to the Emperor of Austria; Napoleon has been notified through the  table.  (Concluded on fourth page.].  LWAYS 0!sT HANI), CALIFORNIA AND ISTHMUS:  Butter, at $1 25 per lb.  Sole Agents for Girou* & Guichon, Qdcsnehnouth.  June 10th, 1S67.  -. --.-.-���������  y.  11-s  rp A'KES THIS METHOD OF INTORMIXG. HIS"  ���������X .friends end the public*, generally, that, na has enlarged and fitted up his SHAVING SALOON, in a superior maimer, having "secured: tbe services of an.efficient:  assistant, he is- now prepared to operate iu a  satisfactory manner lu;all brunclies of thu.TONSOKIAL  ART. A- -���������.;.  ...-.: ;- '���������..-.���������..;. .y-Ar.-y   y  . He also begs to call the-attection ofvthe biUes:to.;his.  Tormer state and color.  Also Gentlemen's furnishing Goo^s.; finest assortment-of Shirts. Uudercluthes, Keck Ties. Scarfs, etc.  27th May, 1867 "        s .  .'.  QUESNELMOUTH ADVERTISEMENTS.  i \, QUESXEL510UTH,'.'*..'    '   ../*.,  .; Restaurant: Billiard Table, fee  ��������� ;; * ��������� ��������� A Stabling for Horses,' Hay a nd Oa ts.  ���������'..,. 9   .  ���������    ������������������.-'.������    .     ;  .   yy . ���������    ..    . .QUESNELMOUTH, MA Ai AM*  '��������������������������� /y/p?L. JOHNSON, PnopRiKTOR, % ''''/���������  Meals^at all liburs, and Cooking of the best  r ife,|v ..';'���������'    '-.description.;    :"yy /&/,'���������.  NEWv ADVERTISEMENTS.  THP ^ARIBOO SENTINEL".  ���������<?^:'  o���������  THE STOCKrQf.-THIS OFFICE- HAVING.. BEEE<;  considerahiy.AjJ^Tnchteo! l>y tho recent importation  of a variety of iiew Ornamental type, peculiarly suitei-  Tor: .".    :%$M '"    y.  ,;' ���������   "  Posters, GJiioulars, CardB,  -  . Billheads, Programmes for. ,-..       . ,.y .  . .: ,. BaDs^Concerts.-and- .  . .vU^eatrical Entertainments. .  " Orders for anyr'djeecription of Jfoh Work will bo executed with neatness aud despatch. >.  i...   ;        ���������:  .���������;  '������������������ ���������' /JS^^erins moderate*.'*������a   ��������� ���������   ,.  [MM\  - Ay '. -  rim  . -r^fsr  ���������'"I :iV.-  ������������������ .  KE  HG  ^* 'C*. :<'.'T'*^iy *-*^K    *S-' **" ���������������������������r*' * *** *' *���������*.'* * ?.v*-**  AT.EL. HOgQI3N.���������? OLD; STANI*   '    A/[/r  Barkerville, lseSlayinsOL'      '     .;:;';:   -      i-aJ        '  :,..AiAiAAMfc.y\iAiA.xrtrAA.A m/ '���������"���������;��������������������������� y-yy-.���������.,:���������' AAA A AAA. ������������������....  AyAyA$MyA������&Ax AAA Ay :;  ^i^i^||^.-g:oii|c|6|f|:fe  y*~ A^fD���������  ���������  A"': ,���������; wil a, ��������� nil's \ as follows .���������:: 'A;. 'f *;' ��������� ^:. a '"  LSAVE3 QtJE$"NE^MQUTH' OK...'   y  AS SIX O'CLOCK,, a;  PARIS   AND    LONDON    HOTEL  AMD RESTAURANT,'  RICHFIELD.  he undersigned bave refitted this well known house  which ii now open for tho accomodation of the  public. .���������'���������:'"' .      ���������   ���������  The Bar will bp snppued  with, the best brands of  LIQUORS and CIGARS..  . &&- Meals aud Beds furnished at all "hours.  G. FONTAINE.  -  - FELIX POUCHOT.  Proprietors.  Rtcbfleld, 1st May, 1867. ?��������� I   ���������  W. Winnard,  BLACKSMITH,  BARKERVTLLK.        1  ��������� LEAVES SODA CREEK OK  Tuesdays and Fridays,  AT  FOUR  O'CLOCK, A    i  M.  Quesnelmouth, M;iy 2nd, 1S67.  charge, with. care. despatch',. rihd on REASONABLE    ." ' . ; ; ���������       ..   ;  .TBRM&" ���������   ",,- yiAr-AAA AAA i ' MM -,..' "���������:".".   :;     ';* A: Ay.yArA  3 JSSrOiflce; centre of Richfield. ������=������&  EXPRESS!  REMOVAL.  cv  STROUSSj  DEALER IK  13  ETC., ETC:,  BARKERVILLE;/  LHas -romoved to his ��������� NE\V" STORE, opposite  OCCIDENTAL HOTEL.  E  BROS;,  DEALERS IN  ������������  ���������BRITISH COLLTMBIA  AND: VICTORIA   EXPRESS,  Connecting at Victoria with "WELLS, FARGO & CO.,  for California. Orcpon, the-AtUntic.States  and Europe.  AND AT YALE AND LIILOOET WITH BARNARD'S  CARIBOO EXPRESS,  For Big Bend, Cariboo and tho Northern Mines,  ConveViog Treasure, Valuables, Letters, Packages Mid  ParcvR 1-s  THE UKDERSIGNED-have .commenced in tho ahov>  business, next ��������� door to MundortPs stahios, Bark&r ;'i  ville, and solicit a share of public patronage.  CAST   IRON   STOVES  Always onhand.  Done at reasonable rates.  yfKj������������dur Teams rim regularly hetween Yale and  Carihoo and all orders in our line of business carefully  attended to. ��������� '  -j. [x A  1>8 . E. PEARSON & BROS.  WAKE-UP-JAKE  Bestaurant, Bakery.  ���������AND-  BARKERVILLE,  FATERSON & GOODSON, Pkoprietors.  Cariboo Literary Institute  J. S. THOMPSON, President.  JAMES ANDERSON, VicK-PftESTOfcsT.  ��������� JOHN M.vcT>AREN.  JOSEPH CLEARIHUE,-  JOSEPH PARK.  biRECTona.  CIGARS,   LIQUORS,  Clothing and Hard-ware,  BARKERVILIIE.  June 27,1867.  Accountant,   Collector,  ..   , ��������� ��������� AN"!*-���������  GO MMl8 Sib N    AG EN T,  BARKERVILLE, . .  OFFICB ��������� OtPOSITB N. CUNIO'B BR^WBIiT.  June 1V18W  13  . N ANNOUNCING THK RK-OPENING OF THb  i hodsoforthe season, the proprietors wish to inform their 'friendsand the public generally. tliat.u������y  will spare tio pains in order to merit the patronage of  all who give them a call. ���������  Meals at all liours. . . ,-.    I'  \  T  ams, Fearey & Go.,  BARKERVILLE,  Have just received a choice selection of  CAST IRON COOKING STOVES  TIH PLATE  AND   SHEET  IRON,  with various other articles in their line of trade.  *r Alt Jobbing in the Tin, Sheet Iron, Copper and  Hnctrade attended to, and warranted to give saus.ac-  tion.  rpHIS INSTITUTION IS.NOW OPEN AT BARKER.  i ville, where it is now fitted up with a view to U������  comfort and convenience of the people.of Cariboo.  The Reading Room will be round supplied, with tho  latest English,.Scottish, * Canadian*;- American and Co-    .  loniaj Papers and Magazines.; ;���������; :"     y ~:-, r  Terms of Subscription���������$5 per Quarter, or: ������2 per  Mohth. Single volumes loaned; to non-suhscrihcrs at  50 cehts per Volumc, with $i deposit.���������? ^  persons not subscribers, visiting tho Rcadmg Room; '������������������������������������;������������������  and making use of the Books and Papers, 25 cent* for  each visit. -���������'���������"���������-������     A'.mAu- ..' %*������������������:��������������������������� m^v.  The Room w iil h e open from TEN, A.. M., ti 11.11 ^ t  p -yt. ������������������������������������:    JOHN BOWRON, ;  ' .. * :   Secretary and .Librarian...  K. B ���������A fine ������ssortmont of Books, and Stationery it  always kept,for sale/ 13-a  BARNARD'S STAGES WILL LEAVE 'YALB EVERT  MONDAYj  With H. M. Mails, ' Express and   Passengers,. for  Lytton, "Clinton, Soda Creek, Quesnelle. an,d_ WJ������'-  ville with branches to Savn na's Ferry and Liilooet y  Binard's Impress, carries. Letters,. Treasure,^Va^..    .-  $6$    ,  luahles, and Express Freight to Big Bend,- Cariboo  and way stations.  FARE"'TO SODA CREEK,  FARE TO BARKERVILLE,   -,  {Exclusive of Steamer'3 fare;} : ���������wgatam^^^xissLsamiBL ������ij3aE*g3g<agsgg^^  Thursday;; july 18,,is^  ���������Agents for tho J'Czrjboo Sentinel.      r  Arouse Creek, ��������� - '. -'-: - - - > ��������� A ���������-. - A. McWba  Qaesnelniouth,.. Mr. (Jou.!iv,-.Bans ard's Express Ouice  Yule,      ..    . -      Mr. Evansy'    do . do..  Liilooet, '���������,.. -     F.: W. Foster, . ."���������   do  New Westminster, y - '. V-''.".-   -'������������������'  Ticturia  do  Clnrkson & Co  Mullandaiue  ���������. .   . ��������� .-. ������������������.*/'.  f.E. Mullandani  TicU;na,       . .   y.yyAAMAy'yyi\ ^Lyne.- y  Bie Bend,   -��������� .:.     .      Jds. Bullock, French Creel  Viin Winkiey       v      - -v':-:".*.: -."--";".' \S. Edward  .. i':' TO'CORRESPOKDENTS. .  "W  bla,  faith!  TO ADVERTISERS. .  ������nd  must  "bfeibre publication. :.  &&- All Advertisements {not inserted for any definite  jriod)will bocontinued until ordered out and charged  P  tsar accordingly.  THE GROUSE CREEK.DISPUTES.  We teg-ret to -state .that Respite tbe demori-  *atiou made .by Mr. Ball and the special  would be a little behind the fair,but all parties |  being agreed, and an amnesty granted for  all past offences on the-part-of thu Canadian  Oo. we are inclined to think it would perhaps  he tbe best way still; at any rate it would put  an en cl to the antagonism that now exists between tbe Canadian Co. and tbe powers/that  be. ' We wish it to be understood thatwewill  in no ease -countenance any: open breach, of  the law. The Canadian; Co. maintain that  they have not and never had any intention of  offending against the laws of the lundi and  this wo have every reason to believe, judging  from their peaceable and courteous demeanor in tbeir interviews, with the officers of the  law, and we trust that" their iprudence in this  respect will never forsake them. We would  at the same time remind the Flume Co^ that  if their cause is a just one. tbeir yielding to  meet the exigencies of the "case as it now.  stands would not injure or compromise them  in tho eyes of the world.  NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.  NOTICE.      '  4 LL P'KRSOK? TNDEBTEf) TO THE LATS.: FIRM  A oiLIONS &. DODERO. ������ither;by honk accounts or  notes, are requested to call and pay the same forthwith, to the uuoVrsicncd, and save costs.  All accounts standing unpaid hy tne firs-- Aufru.-t  next, will bo put lu a colh-cmr's han-.s for unmoumu*  collection. DODEKO fe MANE1T.A  "Dealersiu General Merchandize,  July 28th, 1S87. a 1 Cameron ton, B. C.  ��������� BETWEEN.-������������������ '���������  Rielifield and Barkervil  FARE-25 CENTS A TRI P.  July 15th, 1$67.  2w  TO    LET  readers may^t be-aware that Judge Begbic  wrqte/to ��������� the;'" Cn nadian' ;fepfepaSyv; througi  w  (ore  ground-until the decision, was^reridered.% "Had  ili'flL'a-'fumcKuAn    ni'fiftrtc<i d ; '*h\T.:'".-"Mr   P.JV'l 1': f.hftV  ifiadian  ended  of wbat:.was:ife^  at Grouse Creek,\a rdemand^vks;made on the  t~*. a r������ ������i rt \ ii r\     C.f\ rnrt' m ri vt ��������� t f\_':. ���������t/ ii f* ft 1' A ��������� f.h  ������1.  N.kw .WbstmrxsTiR,Irisas rnotf ��������� Coujmbuj?  and:   Ex ami nku. - ��������� The   G o v er n o r " c al Ie&  a  Executive Council, on the  Victoria Items prom Colonist.���������The Board  of Education have declared in favor of maintaining the present system intact.^���������The lockout at iNanaimo has ended, and the band9  commenced work on 1st inst.���������Maguire's band  held apic-nic atCadboro Bay on 4th July.���������  T4sfcUa2caa<l ra- miUtaU e. .Uu^pltvee lofJilie"JEa^-|  terprise to.New Westminster, while, the I&tYer I "^  is having new boilers put in.���������The iron-clad .w  Zealous,"was' to sail from San Francisco on  oth inst.���������The. Esquiinalt telegraph line!was  completed on 28th. ult.���������-Tlie Indian burying  gro ti n d, oh :D ead m an ?s Is Ian d, up the Arm.  was destroyed hy fire.^-Governor Seymour,  accompanied by Mr. O'Reilly, had gone to inspect the Leech River diggings.���������Liverpool  Jack was sentenced   to six months hi the.  ���������chaingang for selling liquor,to Indians.���������A  number of deserters' from. II. M. S. Malacca.  stole a boat belonging to. a; citizen of Esq turn al L. and we re pu f su e d and th e bo at cap -  tured,' after.. they. i. had/, fled to. the. bush.���������A  .load of wheat had arriVed from Oregon, to be  ground at Goweu &.Laumeister?s mili.^Thc  ���������Bank of.British: Columbia closed . their office  at ."New Westminster  on .31st. ult-.���������-A   boy  nam ed S cully was arrested for- b ei n g* co n-  ccrned in setti nv fi re to  the Indian  burying  ground'on Deadmau's Inland. :  TlfRS.   TRACEY'S    BOARDING' HOL'fiR,   GROUSE  ill < reek, now doing ������ pood  husinesJ-.   The fixtures  will he sold cheap, it* applied for immediately.-.  July fl, 1867.  In connection with the above-, the undersigned  hereby requests that all accounts agaiust him he d^u.t  in on or before the TWELFTH AhtfUKt nuxt,and all  accounts due to him must be paid on <������r before the  same date. fe JOHN TRACKY.  f$i:   ^S*  m *>{$  *r^>  w  %  RiCHFI ELD.  MR. VL^TOR LANCE BEGS LEAVE TO 1KFORM  the public that he has now o'pmed u-CONCERT  HALL, at Richfield, opposite" the .** London and Paris  Hotel." Mrs. Lingo will preside -ra' i he Piano (.very  evening, and -will-play some of the best Operas, ihe.  mostf popu 1 ar Ballads,- and every descriptSoni of Danels.  None but the best ..brands 'of' Liquors and Cigars  servod at the Bar.  ���������   JulyClh. 13tI7.  ��������� '   ���������   .. lm   ���������  THE  j.v  meeting;, ,,of . the: Execu  sixth..:, Business: of imp  ..i.  npoutance. is   asst  ������������������^pMy'lj  ^bp3^fio:*('-te  lately, had his leg iamputated.���������The, Bank of  ^British' I^vth AmeBc^ ^arje'-about to /.establish  '" a^ b!ranc.ht; Jn; jyNe w;jJWesi,m.i uste^^j^he^annu al  ..-.,-.,������������������,.- -,.v,..-.- m    -��������� --vi       '-������������������.��������� -!     .��������� v .ruhtof salmon iias^cohimenc^  the ground to. the I'lume Company,.and molest them nbjurther until the termination; of  ihe^*r'en^jed.in-^sti^  binding; them selves^ to abide: by .the -decision:  whatever it might bey On receipt: of thi3;p*rp^  : X>6^.1^th&*G-&Mijfm  ��������� eeiver^L'of ^whbm^ein scously  from^Qevb^stabdersy  :  this^mmftfee^a'M 'sentHo; ������������������>:the ��������� ;Eljim#ii������$j&  Bgfeni^SfKPg^ -tp"/' the);,veffect ��������� .that  they: (the(Canadian Col) accepted  ei tipii of Mr^^Begbie',:Aand���������;;.rpquirete^atj: all  cha^^fealfbr'imaginary-shp^  on :toe;^ar$Jpf; the :aute  c om mi tteje'at' the sam^  ln;-t]he^anffipf;GVF-rr:-B  peclfttiiy jreqiie'sted^ ^rifcy  thej'fer'oiHcPjf-WMcliywerefenpt: undbrstood: by;  the".:Catikdian|:Gpv '^^fie: Flume, -&.'p^a:.ag"en t re-  p 1 ied-l:by;:'.anAq 1 timStum/^aiid "consented"rto  cease work-on-the disputed: 'grpuM;;. vprpyid-  ed (he Canadian Co.; observeVI thefsame;.;. con-  n itlpii, but stated that so far as "��������� any"; prirninal  cb arges : niight 1 ie ��������� th ey; were eh tirply in  the -hands1--of ��������� the: ^thprities and ";did \ not  adniit; of :ihis interference.:, y The ; Cahadiah  Company then responded to. the eiTectthat  the last/despatch of the Flume Company was  too indefinite and unconditional to meet with  {h eir ap pro v al, an d '*��������� tb ey co nscq i ten tl y decline d to. make any change in the prose nt  position of* affairs whatever. .Our duty  as a journalist will not permit of :onr ex-  jiressing ourselves so 'strongly on either sjde  as our feelings might dictate ; .our duty being  simply that of holding the scales, and allowing the public to judge for themselves the relative merits of the. case. iW.e. cannot deny  ourselves, however,-the,desire .to reiterate our  conviction, that had the, propofcitio'n of Judge  Begbie been adopted at once it would have  beea better for all parties. The. Fliime Co.,  whether they have a right or not to the disputed ground, have been awarded it by a  /ilecision of the Court, and naturally enough-  allow the authorities to fight their battle. The  Canadian C6.,;on the other hand, are firmly  convinced thai their position is the right one.  and that they could make, their case clear* if  tbey were granted an opportunity to do so.  What, we ask, would have been fairer to all may choose to name.  parties than to adopt Judge Becbie's pro-f th& season-, I wish an immolate answer as to whether  rirt������������1 9 '��������� WK/.+  r������������^a  ^^,viA������+  <v^  tun ^������������f <*?( 1 can.accommodate Mr. Wilson, or find anew field for  & !    Vu    u-    *mJT-e\*���������rf*X0a, tb?.Pait of action elsewhere, without further delay,  ���������the authorities ? Itie true that its adoption now j   ju'jyjath. 1807. JOE Eden.  ��������� :. Sin Cliarles* Ly ell '���������. in. th e new, ed ition of h is  " Pr i n c iples of Geo logy, ? I no tices*." the disco v-  :ery of 1.j ve fish:in some artesian wells sunk. iii  the desert of Sab.ara. They Were hroughfc;up  from -a/depth of one hund.red and seyenty-five  feet, and were not; like those of Adelsburg,  blind, but had perfect eyes. V       *  . Miss Butt, of :Decatur, Illinois, got a verdict of $8,000 againstpne:Wilson for defam'a--  tipn^ and. refused to:; levy 'I for :; the money (asc  she -had; only^sixed; tp: vindicate: her ��������� character.  She don't want to be a Butt any longer.  - The Common Council of Buffalo, have passr  jediaii ordinance ���������which fixes a. penalty of S60  for a Wearing in th e s tree t;, with :��������� i m p rison merit  in default of payment.- The City Attorney  has commenced prosecutions. . .,  \&s Irishman .passing through a field of cattle i : the other day,'. said, to a.: friend, ���������"���������.**?' Whenever ypu see a .herd of c o*ws all ly ing d own,,  and one of them only standing up, that one  is sure to be a bull:,?.v ' y';.  jg������v* Allow, no one to put you oiT with any other  Codec than Fell's best. To "bo had from all respectable deal ers.  H O T EL,    -  SNOW OPEN FOR THE ACCOMMODATION OF  ��������� the mining commuuity, and the public "gc'ncrdlly".'-.  No expenBe has been spared to r?hder the house all  th a t c o u 1 d b C d esi red, for comfort {i ii ��������� i e*������n ve r.i<;tic y  The Bar is supplied-with a cou)plotc stock of Wini.sy  Licjuohs.and CfgArs.       * ;'���������>'       ��������� .: ���������  ..'j^r Wkll Airi:d Rrns-^a :y    '/yA.  may be bad at a. moderate.chargo.     ., '     E. OH1),  July 1",1867. v, lm ."PropriiTress.  NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.  OPFEIST HE IM E R ������~���������0~  WHOLESALE  ANT)  ERC HANTS  BARKER VILLE.  I-B  KERB'S  BAKKERVILLE.  rhHE UNDERSIGNKi) HAVIKG COMPLETED all  L   his ttrrons������mi.iit5*.  will opim   his lirew������������ry THla  DAY. when he will bo happy to supply all who fuVof  him with a call; with a good article of ALE, <dtlier In*  bulk or lli bottle. JAMES 11 ttliRRt  July 1st,TB6T. lm  PARKER'S  BOARDIlSra  HOUSE,  UPPER   kA&K'SRVILLE,  HAS been opened for the convenience of tho public;  where C������ooD MeAj.8 can be obtained stall hours.  As tin) culinarv department U under the direct HunvlU  lantc of the Proprietress, she trusts tp be able to afford  ^A^?--^^tfftotk4i~Uu.^^ with ;  iheirpatroiiiij:^.  20th Juue, 1867-. ��������� ���������   . .  ": lm  EXPRESS   NOTICE. .--  k FTKRTtTIS   DATE,   BARNAnP'S   EXPRESS  1V not responsible for dumage on LIQUIDS Shipped in  Tin  ev������.*ry  every WEDNESDAY, ut KINfi oV-h-dc, A. M.  ��������� ROBERT POOL,   .  ��������� -.     .      . . Ag(-nt..  8  n^rkctville, >fay 2t)ih, lSBT.  ''.  CO S M OP 0 Li TAN  and  I  ������������������'' 4������ ������ ���������.   ��������� W������i    *X&'&> ���������*}& <J>^> $).  "il Francisco St  ^CGMMISSIGN^ MERCHANT,-      '  GROCERIES,  PROVISIONS,  :HiRpW^E^yCL  PAUKERVILLE. ?:������������������':���������  T-HK UXDKRSIGKED RAVING  THOROUGHLY R^ ���������  .1 novated hi> Estublitdmient. hns r-������-op'.'n<;d thesamo  ff-r'iie accommodation of the Public; and  trusts id  nuirlt a share of thei r patronage/   III.s' Bakery has nl*>.  imdel-.^'ne.. rrpiir. an t he is now ready to execute. .  orders IVom all who wish 2^:d hr.'a'".  JACOB V13LTB,  June lCth, 186/.'  Proprietor.  -���������   lis  i    August Stampelil,  A i:irge assortment of Bdois and;'Shf>i>sf always^*  hitnd* - y.A/1' .  Vbahkerville.  F ������ NTbU   8A U6 O N  . RICH-FIELD;     '  .   ��������� .'" Next; Door';'fovthe ;.Sentinel: Ok?ics.'  Barker ville; 29th June; 1S67.    ��������� *.%*  17  ���������c  otpgraphiG  Artis  $20 Eeward. :  :A ���������'������������������'.     LOS T:.  BET\7EE*NT BARKKRVILLE AND RICHF'lkLD, yes"  tenl ay, a fi ma 11 pa ckago m ark ed  R.  R.  MtJNR'O  Any person bringing the same to this Oflice will receive the above reward.  Barkerville,17th July, 1567. ;  A   CARD;  S I "HAVE COME A LONG WAY, AND AT A  con side rah! e expense, and not having much timo  to waste in useless parley, I wish to ask a. few quos-  tiousof Mr. Wilson and his friends, as they seem very  backward about broaching the business for which I  have come so far.  1st���������Dp they repudiate the $200 allowed mo to defray my. expenses h?re ?     .  2nd-���������Does Mr. Wilson mean business, and for what  amount? '' ...'...  3rd~K Mr. Wilsort means business, let him say so,  as I am ready to meet him at any time and place lie  As it is. getting rather late in  AS WOW OPENED. A PHOTOGRAPHIC GALLERY  at-.RICHFiELD,- (for a short time .only,) and is pro-  pared to take y !  Cartes do Visite. Timbre-do Posto. Portraits, Ambro-  :!:":,;; types] Leather' Pictures, A Milanotypesj* Views of  ,���������:���������: .Houses;Claims^ etc., Single or Stereoscopic ('���������...  Portraits also takeu on White Silk, Linen or Cotton  ."-: -..Cloth.���������.���������������������������; yy-yyyx^y'A AAA': ;ryyy,,yy..,.-y..  The gallery will be opened for a short time on 1 v.'  Richfield, 20th'June, 1867.     .;  . ., ������������������: \ * im  tSps7l; ;'BiSa&a;"������^J  -'';- .'";**;.��������� ' CAMER'ONTdN^:' :���������.'  Hare just received, and offer for Sale,  WH01E8ALE'- OE  RETAIL-,  AT LOW RATES FOR CASH, ,  200 CASES CHOICE BRANDS of LIQUORS  '.' ��������� COSSJSTLVO OF ���������  Brandy���������Martellj Hennessey, and Otard Dnpey.   ���������;  Wines���������Port, Sherry   Burpundy, and Claret; S:m-  ,   .   tcrue������s  French White Wine"; Sanscvamc's Culi-  fornia White Wine.  Champagnes���������Bouche and Napoleon's Cabinet!:  Bitters��������� Boker's, Sansevaine's, Orange and nosteU  tor's, Vermouth, Ahsentho, Peppermint and Anni-  settc. *  Old Tom, Gin, an d Scotch Whisky.  To arrive, in a few days���������500 gallons choice brands  of Brandy. Wines, Whisky, Rum, etc.-  Also on hand���������20,000 lbs Extra Superfine Soda Creek  Flour, equal to the best brands in tlie market  And to arrive in a few davs���������2,000 lbs. Graham  Flour ; 1,000 lbs Cracked Wheat.  Goods received on Stohage or Commission, at tho  lowest market rates.  1st July. 1867. im  SNTJG-   SALOON,  ���������   BARKERVILLE.  milK UNDERvSiaNTED !HOPES  HIS.pLP;:.PIONrEEl4  A; in en lis wiilgivf* him A turn, as in* has experienced;  heavv weather lately:"   .       ������A F.. EDWARDS,.- Vv  Ju na 6th; 1807. "6>r'lierly of E d wa rtis' Itafich���������.  no Tie e;     -  In the mattet -of tlio Estate and .Effects bt  REJII   DAZET, late offeWUiia^3fe9r^te;  ;   Cattle Dealer, deceased, intestate.  ll Persons who are iKDEBTEi) to:thi<:/Iv  X.V;: abo ve Estate,; are requi red to. pay the amount^;;.  cl ite-forth v; i tl)', arid'" al 1 persons i w ho.: liavo'. a hy : c Iaiins-. ���������.:  agaibst the above Estatei' arc ;rnqu;rod to send In their ���������..;���������������������������  accounts on or before the EIGHTH day of SEPTEM-- y  13SR, lS67,;to :    CSAS. ;E; P00LEYT   :     .-���������,;.- \A  -Ar-yA OtTicial Administrator, y  Dated Lyttoh, 8th June, 1867. 13  THE  HE "UNDERSIGNED HATING OPENED THK  above Saloon, would respectfully invito their  friends nnd tbe public to step in and sample their  ALES. WINES and LIQUORS, the quality of which,  they flatter thornselvofij will suit, the tastes of tho most  fastidious. The best brand of CIGARS always on  hand.        -,: GCOTT & McIIARi>y.  20th June, 1867. .   lm  In  the matter of the Estate and Effects of  FRANCOIS CASSE,late of Williams Creek,  .Cattle Dealer, deceased, intestate.  ALL PERSONS WHO ARE INDEBTED TO THE  above Estate, are required to pay tho amouiiUi  due forthwith c; and all persons who have any claiuia  against the above Estate, arc required to send in their1  accounts, on or before the FIFTH-DAY of SEPTEMBER, 1807, to CHAP. E. POOLEY,  Ollicial Administrator.  Dated Richfield, '25th June, 1S67.  N O Tl C E.  In the matter of tho Estate arid Effects of JAMES  PURDIE, late of Williams Creek, Blacksmith, de  ceased, intestate.  ALL PERSONS  WHO  ARE   INDEBTED - TO ��������� THK  a    above Estate, are required to pay the amounts du|  forthwith, and all persons who have any claims against  the above estate, arc required to send in their accounts  on or before the TOENTV-SIXTH day of SEPTEMBER,-  1867, to CHAS. E. POOLEY,  .    . OHIclal Administrator.  Dated Richfield, 27th Jnne, 1867.  $50   REWARD  LOST  tanrant, Barkerville, will' receive the abovft reward/  1st July, 1867.  4' r'  1  THURSDAY;/JULY/1.8, Vl86������. v";/V  Ni'Hy CitEEK.--i.Soitie ������������������:,little'. e^piten-^nt \was  Iraiscd Ihst;MonSay bri its. 'being re'poHccl that  Hmjtn" arrived here.;l"ast;Snti&aV,;evebit% in  ������Weat haste, aM- recbrded 18'claims 5n a;ne w-  \y discovered creek.   :Frorn What we are  able to le(arn, this new; creek is us large as  ���������WiiliamSr and/:em^icEs :i������td;/tlfe/i$of th,: Frirk  [of.. Qitesnel ;Biypr,/seyeiiyihiles;;above Capfc.  >iitcholJ?^61(il)riclge./ ; ^thoughrtne^;n������rspn>  referred to appears Reluctant ^in/%iviug;;;a,hy  GROUSE   GREEK . TROUBLES.-  ���������������������������-;:fe.^^-P^::-EXGITEMENT.V;- A'  [/parti.cu lars ab on t; .this hew .discovery ^ we are  jod to beli eve th at li qn\e thihg%6 od h as ^b eeh  piritck. from the iactihat^e-creeks has been  -aheady^-cl aimed for over-a mife; /The name  Striven toy.ho creek is Black; ������������������Be'tafr.;- Greek, A and  rit is distant from Cedar Greek'Ahput "iijrmles.  'Our old (riend Moils. DefSs, accompanied: by  several, oilier old '--miners', left for the locality  : oar ly onT uesday mo rui ng. .Yesterday m or h-  ���������ing u p wards o f 5 0 m e n left for the new ere ck.  Fata l ��������� Acer dk>t.~ 0 n Tuesd ay mo rn i n g,  : ab ou fc7 o ?cl pek, a; in an nam ed Ge orge Roe-  ;*bottom"was.accidently kilted; iriv Blackjack  ' Git Ich;' it seems the in an was; in tlie; act of  tf|mttiti*g'pff\ gate on. his pi aim,  ��������� whii^.X.deh^yi(idL JxeeAi the jroptsof wh!tii/must  hiivCbSeii. to opened Jby the/heavy1 rain' ��������� p^;tliev  previous ;evehihg,^ll; pn: J hinij an feting :ih-  ' juriesfromWhichAl\e/died/-in.-;.-half anybour  'afterwariis; ^Stngula*rjtp;^ was  ��������� and ther of the efc-Eoyal Engineers,, and is the <  |^������nth man-of that corps vyho has: met with an  raccidental death in this - colony.    Deceased  was .about��������� 35 years b f ".age, a native of Leeds,:  | Jvaglahd ^and leaves . a -wife and th ree cb j t-  *'dren in VictonaW^  TitB: Wii^fii^ti-^Tlio ^veather lor the past  f two or three weeks has been-iihusually'-wet;;  rtcarCelya day has passed without a shower;  rand some*of our oldest i nb ab itants were be-  |giimiiig' to prognosticate' a repetition of the.  'weather of f$2 and J63, and 'would doubtless  [ have gained many, a proselyte to., that persua-  vsion, had not old Sol, clothed ;in air his sum-  ��������� m������r- huliaho&, ^hone out bright; and warm  [throughout the whole sof yesterday, as if lie  meant to chelie all /snob} predictions. It is.  likely we "may: have 'a continuance, of -fiiie  | 'weather forborne; thne to come, as this-ehange  I^iook effectt at the f u 11 moon.  yA Breakim yrm "WXcfON:, RoAD.^Eighieen���������;  -miles above Yale; tbe.higb stage of the Fraser  [���������"has"caused^" frea'k?- in th^wagioa road for  iconic dis thrice.  A few huudMfrlo^aVs wi! i\  [repair the damage/ .". In the,meantime, the ir-:  ���������"reprcssible Barrmrd7 has! placed Wagons onl  ^���������ach side of the ii* break," and ^passengers^  '���������will be'conveyed as usual , with only the few  'mum tesJ  detent-ton   required   in "changing  ; vehiclea:~d3ritish Colonist. . ...  Wis understand^ a: snbsori^ibh;Aii "^eiri^  raisejl on this^crepk on :behalf '."-.pf ���������!;. the'widow  ti n d th ree o rp iid n children of George Roe hot-  join, whose deSth we; chronicle "iii to-days  issue. As the^family are in; needy, cl re lini-  !etaaces i t is to be h o ped th at th'6s^ fe who - can  afford it will cpiitribcito liberally, A  . Moue G-6ops.-^Tiiree large ox wago*ns; got  in here on^ Tuesday, -Spaded; ^vith freight to  ! ^Messrs. Buie Bros��������� 'consisting of liquors and  I general merchajcidiize. Among the; packages  I-was a puncheon of fum..'cohliaihihg 108; gal-  1 Ions aud SVeighihg 1100^ lbs; being;the largest  package that has ever, reached this;creefc /:;;  ExpRESs^Barhard's Express stage left here  | yesterday afternoon at 1 o'clock ���������;. among; the  passengers were Messrs. John O'Hara and R.  R. iVfuftro, the former oh his; way td; Ganada  and the latter oA a- visit to Scotland..  Private letters were received here yester-  day from persons Who are at the new creek,  giving a most glowing account of its richness,  Wc would warn miners not to be too rash iu  fnnnirig after shadows; wait till 'authentic  ir.fonnation is obtained.  ( Tub news from Musqiiito gttlch is very encouraging ; Hicks company washed out ������27  horn the dirt obtained in the bottom of their  shaft. We have not heard of any of the other  'companies having yet bottomed,  Wail Steamer.���������The, steamer Idaho was  reported to sail fromjSari Francisco for Victoria on the 5th inst., sp that fin Eastern mail  will be due here next Sunday.  TREAsrjRE.-~The amount of the last shipment below by the Banks here is reported in  the New Weshnitister papers as $200,000.  , Judge Ball left for Quesnelmouth yesterday  ^There he holds a Gpnnty Court oh 19th ihst  Bkep raised in Australia is offered for sale  ��������� London. It is not salted, but is the best  Australian beef, carefully stewed and packed  *a tins hermetically sealed. It is. offered for  Bal������ at fourteen cents a pouiid without bone.  .'Do you see anything ridiculous in this  JJJSI' said a brother judge to Curran. " No-  m*g but the head,', he replied. ���������  ��������� One of the most; excitmg "eyehts that has  ever :pecurrea; iri;;:;this,part;;;of: the;'cplopj;,;  itbo'k   place;   at "Grouse vCreek ; on ; Tut%-  diiy last,!;arising oiit of i&eA uhfortun^e;: diffi^  vculiy existing;; -between ; tbfe Fltrtiie; ������������������ CoiiipaiijS  and; the; Canadian; ^omga-ny. ; It will .be;JreJ;  m em b ered,; in; 6 u ri a'stVr .i^sue > we - stated _'��������� th at:  chief <s6iistable Fitzgeraldvhad' returned"oi!:  Saturday A Rafter--: an:: unsuccessful A aiteinpt .tp;  ej ecfc tlie Canadi ah -Conipai)iy ifrq m th e.; groti nd J  in. question, and to; receive further iristruc--  tiohs.   On. lear ni ng th e state of affairs from  the I cob stabled Com missioiier-. 13 all; ���������[��������� dbcided  uppii proceeding to the .grouud-himself; with  a'strpngv ibrpe-.'f ������������������ apdyfor;this������ purpose, he on  Monday last .cans e,4 summonses .."ta be, served.  on a hum her pf the; most priomhient' .busiuess:  iheh, aii d respectab le citi ze as. ��������� o f tb is to wn,  r^quiritijj. ;tl}eir,   attendance -feat  the vCotf rt  House, to Abe [ sworn i n as spectWr cons tab lea,  The^sheriff.su'eceedeel,. ia siimmonitig twehtyA  five; or .thirty :.��������� pprsohs, who were /al h duly  sworn ���������'int -and p rdered tp repor t tbemselves a fc  Barkerville^;, oily;the -following- morning,;at  eight o^clock.';' Xcc6rd ingiy. /on   Tuesday  morning, the Ifith insfc., at the hour appointed^  a force, numbering;thirty. strong, somemoTLinf-  ed: on;; horsey and others -on fpp't',. headed b*y  :Judge-Ball^vpracfedi5d.l6,^  lowed..by S^w&erptexr^.w^". of;ineh, eager, to;'  witness the .proceedings. .Although the mprnr  ing ,was ra ost unfavora pje.for such a jouriiey,  the rain having fallen in torrents during: the  preceding night; tendering the; trail alrapst  impassable ; still no one seeineS to^pay any  heed lib this, but splashed:through mud and.  mire, knee deep, in haste to reach the rendezvous;'      ; ^" \ : A      i A mAA A    ���������. '" -.::;  The Commissioner-r and his posseTcoraitatis,  reached the creek about ten o'clock; and pro-/  ceeded' at once to the shaft where ��������� tlie Can ar  diah Company were, at work, around .whi ch-  nearly four ^hundred men had1 cohgregafcedi  Mr. Ball thenv addressed the ^members ot the  Canadian Company, (who to tbe number of  forty or fifty men, stood, on the platform pf  their shaft.) in��������� a cool and determined manner,  informing them-: that they were; op posing v the  lawj which he hivl come' here toy enforce,  warning them at the same time,,of the co rise-"  quences of any breach of the: same> ancTurging  fthem to: give up-,: possession quietly.; "Whei^  upon Mr; J, (rraut, one of the members of tlie  Canadian Company, in a very respectful manner, briefly-stated the position of the company,  fmdvwhat^ieyvWere pvepared-to do- ' Ife"sa1cP  the \Gan.adiano Gpnipany were prepared to  provo .that "the strip of ground 'ibey: bow  claimed; was;npfr in eluded i n -^the ;Fl ii nie^Cprur  panyJs boundat'ieV,:and that it never belonged1  to them. . They wished to be peaceable citizens, but could see no other method left  "them of getting a hearihg in /court;; thatr by  holding pOBsession of the. ground. If the opv  p6site.vparty would consent, to a rehearing,  th ey were perfec tl y f pad y;. toAn% ide b y th e  demsion,;arid Were;; also willing; if;'tlie; :suit  was decided against ,;thein. to reifiind jali :goId  taken put..'��������� of;the gronnd,,provided the; other  party agreed to do tlie same. . ' .-     -  ; Mr.;Ball agreed to .confer with the...Fluhie  Company,; and ascertain wli^t arrangeiheat  could be''oo.me.-tp between;'".*&e-pa^^;-fefflitle'  thi3 .conference A was going, pn,^ the-most  friend ly gr ee ti h gs.;. we r e exc ban ged.; 1> e fc ween  the "' spscial s "and the . Caiiatli ah Cpmp any.;  and after .the lapse of ah.h6tir, a.r doeunient  was presented to the Canadian Gompany, pur-  porfcing to emanate from the Flume Co.mpahyj  but Withou t any 'signature attached. '������������������ It read  as'fbllowB : '���������.  suggested in a letter io . MrJ Boothj ���������irom vMrv  Begbie,; dated [ at . Richlietdy Monday,/ loth  July, as follows : " probably the only.. satisfactory course "for your party, won Id be to  have, the whole case now gene into afresh "before m y self'; in fact, tlie - old me th o d j de no vo..  restored;7/ The; Canadian Co-dipany, further  agree ;to do no work on; the disputed ground,  in they interim, provide*!;. a similar A course is  pursuedljy the.Flnme Ooitipahy. the/Gana,  dian Company still; persist 1 n a denial' pf any  trespass. The 'Canadian (^mpariy^ will ^be  lully bptmd.. by any decision ^ehdered in a  tnal as before mentioned, 'but reiterate their  denial of any intentional breach of the iWws;-  The ^Canadian Company require" that all:  charge^ whether' real or imagina-ry^cr A?.ny  ollence/relative to this dispute, which aire oi*^  may be brought, .up tjo this date^ainsfoahy;  m emb er .of th e sai d co mpan y ^ a'h ally b eidirqpy  ped,/and ho further proceedings'whatever;  taken against thetn, or either of theni-;; ���������������������������/:;/-  :���������. y   ' (Sighed)   . :,; ���������' John ; MicLiitEi:,  ������������������'i y Chairman: of Committee:  / ,    (Signed)        ;.- a .  B. SraiNCH5ii^ /'; ,,  ������-'.- .; /  Secretary oT'Cbmmittee;  y Datcdlb'th July, 1867. :      ���������..,   ,  /       ...  Mr. C. Booth here read to ,tlip/company  another  document addregseclyb^ /the cprhr  ������������������mittee .tp;Mr. Ball relative to the writ of/injunction issued out of. his Court)/uptiji /which!  IU c^thnieuted"?fb^  of his remarks observed.that this'was/the first;  time he or any Of the compahy'was a-w������ir^ of  the existance of any-such ipjuhctioh, as that  which he now read.       /    *:;      /     /  '  . The: writ and commnnicatipn t to Mr; Ball  read as follows : ���������  Gfe -iii?t ^iT^--Victoria, by the Grace, of  ,:;     God, *&c. <fec.   ;-,'     .:;/:;;:,[iAAAAAAAA[ '  \A Whereas on the 13th "day of July,,"i'867, an  order Was made by Henry U.- BMrM^j, Gold-  Gomrais;sioner of "Cariboo,   pursuant to: the  Gold'Fields. Act, ��������� !$(>?, in an /action; .pending  in bur-fMiuihg Cotofc: Jof /^Br^  wherein the ,G-r6use /Creek >#lume  Go, /arei  plaintiflBiand the% Canadian Co.  defendants  that a writ of injunction' slipuld/issue to,res-1  train you, the said CanadiauCp., from; enter-,  ing upon or workii^AJertainpiec^^  on Grouse Gree^, ^ ; pf the  Black Hawk Go. and the Bed Rock/ Fiuthe,  bq\ng.* 50 feet wide and^300;feet loirgr-: lately:  ^warded to the Grouse.Creek; Fluni6; Go;!, pr  any part thereof.> We therefore 'do^ -strictly-  t>nini n nnd noi-nmsinVll vmi'i tMit <j;iifl 'Canadian  J  ^per  sons wbatso'everj except the said/Gropse Creek  Flume Gov and their , agents^' that yp;i and  .every-one/of youy.save as:!aforesalcl, .do :from.  henceforth 'altogether and absolutely ydesist  from entering upon or worliing the said parcel of ground or "any part thereof under J the  penalties prescribed by the said Gold Fields  Act.  . ���������";. '��������� ' -:: .���������������������������'     ^     '.;./k ���������  Witness at Richfield, the 13 day. of July; A;  .XS67. A A Ay     A -AiAAA/:<r -A i yy^A  D  This>propoBitipn;| baviuo: jbeen considered < y  by the'committee^for; the Canadian ted;. :the^���������: -  aunouriced fetheiiHJfinal v^answer tlieretp; v  about: 6 o.Jclock in, 'the evening;    It ran as  f6ll0WS':;-t:^ ' "  .. r.  ���������:    , r ',, .,/.; - ��������� -   ,   r  Grpiise Greek:?ed v  yyAy Gahadian:Gpmpahyy  To the Bed Rock ^umeCdmpanyV;    , ./ '  The Cauadian:Co.;in tlie/ia //  that there is ^nbt.a'doo'r "left .open Unto/ an^  Qouffc inthV coh>hy of British Gohimbia ipr/v  redress,Tefuselp/'wait 15 days unconditiiohal-^;;.. /  ly;^ v.All/- the *mjimbfe /  claim to ba British ^subjects; and 'also, vpl^im  claim to bo Britisn snbjecjts; and^also, Xjlaiht '  alllhe rights an d;i aim unities of their nafcipnal ?  origin.   Tho iTudgenf the Supmihe Court oY  Sup  members of; the Canadian GoVdo not/wish to   *  ask the advice oi^ consideration of the FlumpAAA  Go/with; regard-;tb; ^heir innocence or guil|'/  but found lie ^rbposi tions seht;to tliem were//;  so indefinite. as to^prigin that they, were eom-'A  pellcd;tonvake>Veryngcneral'reply.    ,  . Unless,the Flume Co.. tlioreiore' copsent to// ,;  some 'conditions more definite arid lipnorabhc  than an uhcoriditiofiat injunction of 15 daysV; ~ ";  it must he declined. , ��������� /.r    ?  //.(Signed) . Jouft MacLa-rbn; y\i  Ai ���������- .   :   'Chairman of pom mittee* '  v ^_ ^(Signed), Ay _.-,    B. SijriWger^       '��������� ;   .  yi,y .' A-M'^My '--My.^^''r':^>^tfc^tfi^  .   Grouse Creek, 16th July,186Tv ��������� '        ,> .  Before presenting the answer, to the nrst/ fe  prQpositipn,Ax great deal of time was^onsum^'Ay-- ���������'  ed by theiQa^adi^ / A  who .the responsible agents or representative* t ���������-  rof the,Flume,Co. were ; Mr. Sparrow������.tand Mr/ .   -  ���������A'VX  Adiir;both claiming the ". honor.  The-  'Gaha'-f',  dian Co., '������������������ notv wishing;tp treat; w ith a my Jthfi*; o������ - Ar  shadows or any other, than i^esppnsible agents,,, y  '"demanded  the-authority   pf the ,gentlemen -' .-  named, but they both declined.:* After;a. time',  h owe vet'; the1 pro.*po,si tion was signed by iir}-  Sparro w; as agent|for the l)l'u'me'pO;/;and 'the   .  answer was-handed, to him,,    '      - '  At this stage of the proceedings Mr/ Ball, ^4"    /  having no further/use for the special ''consta* V;  b le a y gave th em leav e to - d ep ar t, which - they /  instantly availed th'emat*lves of.  , Mr. Ball, findjhg there-was no; likelihood of  the p artiest arriving at any. satisfactory  ar:  raugeinentj returned:-tojthe shaft and read th-i  writ of initmetioh{tO' the Canadian Co.-,; ask; ���������������  (Signed)  ;���������: iyyiAAA ,��������� wm,ABax$, ;  AssLsriiht Gold Gommissioher.  would not give up, posse3sioh till they got ir\  The; writ was--readsa second; time and the. samp: ^  question '"'"~ ':' :'*'''"'"   " ~'i: ~'":::''"':~^"*''"KT/'*'"'  wasjrei'  :-with;;;liis;;c  and the crowd dispersed.. .  ,Our limited space/ has- prevented -. us froni  givirig'.a more;detailed account of tbel^roceed-  ings; .which were.conducted With thev greatest .<.  ^iethes^ihrpugl  Hon. H.;M> Ball, ������ldCommissipher^GM  British Columbia : "'    -  The FI ume Co m pany co risen fc to a r e-he ar-  ing of the dispute. ���������befcweeh the Canadian  Company .and the .Flume .Company, before  Jtidge Begbie, on Friday, 19tii July, provided  the Cahadiad Co. in the mean time, give up  peaceable possession of the gl'ound, and commit no further trespass; arid the Flume Co.  are allowed, without molestation, to work the  ground,.until the case is settled between both  parties, by the judge.  The Canadian Company must further pledge  themselves to finally abide by the decision,  without any further breach of tbe law.  , (Signed)     -A       J. M. Spariiow,   .  Agent G. C. B. R. F. C., limited.  Dated 16th July, 1867.  A Committee of. seven was then nominated  by the Canadian Co., partly from their own  attdjpartly from, the bystanders,oo nsisting of the  following gentlemen : Messrs. Jno. MacLaren,  Irvine Allen, John Grant,Wi 11 i am Ki'ukpafcrick  C. Booth, J. S. Thompson, and B. Springer,  who were empowered to. draft a reply, and  submit it to the Canadian Company for adoption. An hour and a half was spent in this  business,1 when the committee's answer was  handed in, read and approved of by the company.   It ran as follows :  To J. St Sparrow, Agent Grouse Creek Bed  Bed Rock Flume Company :  The Canadian Company consent to a trial  before Judge Begbie, and such a trial as was  ;'; Wi th, y pur .k nbwledge, ii egoci ation s; are now  pending between:the: Qrouse.Creek Bed;;Ii6ck  Flume Obnina-ny,^imitei/and the^Cana^iaii:  Oompany, and���������/ should. no amicab 1 e ari*ang%:  ment be���������. arrived at, you are: respectfully; requested to reconsider the writ issued out/ of  your court, bearing date Ricbfieid. 13th day.  of July, A. D.f 18:67, as cer tain terms:and ex-'  pressions 'are not understood by. nieinbers/pf  the Canadian Gompaiiy; \ anft. also ^at^ref/.  erence is made, to An award-by your court of  a strip of land.fifty; feet wide, and three. /hundred feet long, of Which award, the Canadian  Gothpany, as parties interesterl, haye never  heard; fe      (Sighed)        John MactAnEN,y  Chairman of Committee,  (Signed) ,.   ;    ���������-. B..'SpitiNUKn/A/A/  Secretary of Committee.  Grouse Creek, 16 th July, 1867.  An interval of an hour here elapsed, when  another proposition was submitted by the  Flume Co. to the Canadian Co., in these terms :  The Grouse Creek Flume Company make  this as the last and only proposition to the  Canadian Company : .,    ,.,;  The Grouse Creek Flume Company arc  willing to cease work entirely upon the dis-.  puted ground, from and after this day, for the  space of fifteen days, provided the Canadian  Company cease work on said ground for the  same time.  The Grouse Creek Flume Company have no  authority to make any stipulations regarding  criminal charges, that: may be brought against  members ot the Canadian Company, that  being a matter entirely in the hands of the  officers of the law.  The fifteen days will allow tho Canadian  Company sufficient time to take any legal  steps they may think proper.  (Signed)        :      "    J. M. Sparrow,  Agent for G. G B: K. F. C, limited, j  Jul v 16th, 1867. ���������   S  MAxnuLiAx.-^The following pen and ink  sketch of the 1 ate Emperor:of. Mexico,��������� taken ;  from an Eastern J ohrnal, will be read with \  -  :melancholy interest,- now thatfthe" subjeefc. i3   ;  supposed to ;1)end; more ;/** Maximiliarris a  noble; specimen���������;of physique : has^ niaiinera;-.A  decidedly elegant !���������^and graceful.   lie stands  very erect.;. is over six��������� feei; in height, well: ;  prop or tioiied^iihci has ;a; proud ibea ring;. / His/. A::  features1 are well defined, though the, express  sion  is  rather "more. that, of a tine-lookinaj ���������  statesman j still his profile has the least touch   ;  ol arEpman, and "partially/redeems the.placid /y//  expression'of a-front view of his face.' His   T  forehead; is high,; not remarkably .b road j and y. ^  in the cen trp, and yel 16wish whiskersr which  he wears quite long, and parts inihe : centre^ : ������������������;  iiltder the ch ih^���������he also^ wears a m oustache; -  His eyes are a deep blue/not very proimih en t;  and rather close together.   The upper and  back portion of his head is quite high and-  prominent, showing considerable veneration  and self-esteem."  Bra Bend News.���������A gentleman who arriv-.   .  ed by last steamer from the Big Betid mining,  country supplies us with a little intelligence .  as follows :"  The trail over the Sura mi fc was  covered with snow for .a distance of six or  seven miles.   A prospecting party had start-  ed up the North i^rk of the; Thompson river, ,  On French creek there were about forty men  at work.   The steamer J49 had. made a. trip  and brought. up a quantity   of flour whict(  could be had at very cheap rates.... Matter,*  are generally speaking dull in the niinea.   A  man named. Saml. Binghaih died at Kamloops  on the 22nd June;    >. / .^  Later.���������A private letter received in town  announces that a gravel lead of ni������rvelomj������������������  richness, has been discovered on McCuilougU  creek, and; that the excitement is; intense;|.  S3000 were asked and  paid for ciaiPJs.-^B^    .  Colonist. ' -  ' .-..���������  $&* If you want good Gofee use Feitii.  ivjimmrwims .    ������������������'  'J.. ''.,.  It was reported that the city of Mexico was  <mptured on ��������� the 20th. .No particulars had  reached VeraCrnz when the sloop sailed.  The report of the capture of Santa: Anna is  confirmed. The 'Liberals tore down the  American flag atid. seizing... Santa Anna took  him to Campeachy, !Tfe,Liberals; are shooting and hanging Imperial; sympathizers.  The fall of the city? of Mexico on the 20th  Is confirmed.   Vera Cruz'Sti 11 holds out.      .  Chicago,;June 28th.���������Denverpapers of the  24th say several coaches have been attacked  bjr Indians,[arid threei-persons killed:   ; ,  Montreal. June 27th^Five;hundred and  ���������fi fty trbi ops have ar ri y ed from Eiigla o d; j ���������"  Portland, July; 3x&~The '* Oregon iron  works of th is ci ty were destroyed by;. fi re last  Bight.   Loss S7>,006., Irisui^d-foVSl^  Douglas Diggimgs.-���������Froni Mr.' Stalker who  arrived '"��������� from Douglas on v Wednesday\ . we  learn that aii Indian had come in fronisi?ridge  River with $100 in gold dust ^ ; AJ^pafty 'of  , three, men, to ge ther . wi th* [��������� . thc;:. Indian,; had  e tar ted for the place where the latter hudVgot  the dust.   On tbe Douglas Portage;;'hear the  ��������� ��������� 2 4 :mi le Ho use, Pe rry &-Gb wait are 7 still.; at  work./ Thny have been steadily at "work ��������� |n  . these diggings for more than a ;yea^: :5 X^ast  pummor, they were workirig on a lead Jwbich  paid thein from S8 to ?12\a^day.;-They; lost  -\heJe^j*m t"jsJ;U 1 /kept oh.working,..���������'making  801 all wages in IBS meantime,. TJuT^'with��������� ttt  ��������� ad van tage wn wh these diggings afford, of��������� ;>Q-r  : loir able to work during*- 'the- winter;"-*'";. Their  :       ROADSrDE ADVERTLSEMBNTS.  STABLING-Jor HORSES^  WILLIAM    McWH A,  LYTTON CITY-, B. C,     ���������,  ��������� - Begs to Inform the public generally that he has  NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.  On bis.premises, for upwards of 200 Horses..  Hay and Oats for Sale cheap...  GOOD SADDLE HORSES FOR HIRE.  TERMS   MODERATE. -���������   1-S  ES   P.   TAYLOR,  Druggist,  BARKERVILLE;  TTAS CONSTANTLY  ON  HAND   A  CHOICE   SE,  Il lection ot Drugs anu Pate:;t M������rc^It"������*t  celebrated  Golden   Balsam, and   Sfntpliy������  VICTORIA- ADVERTISEMENTS.  turneries, Garden Seeds, &c., &c.  Just received���������an assortment <"  Djariesfor 1867, and Billiard Tabl  E, ROMBROT,  BOSTON BAR, B. C, y-  %A Wholesale and Retail Merchant in  GROCERIES AND PRO VIS JONS,  LIQUORS, DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, kc   is  The Bonaparte House,  SEMLEN ���������& PARKE, Proprietors, at the.  Junction of the Cariboo and Dig Bend Roads, is  now open for tho accommodation of the public; " Distance from Clinton, 20 miles; from SavanasSteamboat  Landing, 22 miles; from .Spence's Bridge,-SO miles.  orSta!4onery, Pocket,  e articles.  I'A S. -A-YrScri p ii (ins ca refu 1 ly com pou n < I ed.     Is  VICTORIA SEED STORE  Cornet of Larigley Alley, and Yates St.  MESSRS/JAY & BALES  Have opened the above premises with a Ian*  ' and well assorted Stock ���������.  ���������.OF ���������  V  Yale, and Cariboo  1-s  fo......  *ngy  . persey eran c e h as v bee n rew ar (led, y yve lea*r.n,  : by a r.e;discqvei"y of the lead, which they���������"��������� are  now. working by sluicing, y In the washing.up  y of theVfirsfc.twb days .work-in; which they w.ei;e  ^A&smtedi- fcaiijn d ian,' tbey-got S 51; ."after tbe;  - '��������� twb :Vdaj;s; Vol 16Wi ng, th ey 'got5 S"48_l   Puree ]\iqf  :\ the. Hot��������� Spiings House; js :making -a'-'ditch  threeTquarters of a "mile long, and has..about  y two-thirds of it finish edy f ^^; in tends to.: wo rk":  '; ��������� th e-fl a t o ri whi en his ���������: liouse s taiids ,- hav i n g,  ���������when' digg*ii)^; a^iwel.l^JBfiorfei time' ago,' ob- \  ���������' tained a goodyjkpspect. |yTbe;I^lian: com-;  puny a-fe s till 'at work neai* ��������� tii e 21 mi le House  t^and,m^  /the road.gave risei'iq.niuc.b.���������complaint,- a. short  time ago-and the. G n3e"  repairing ifc~B. C; Examiner  164 MILE Oft BEEP GREEK HOUSE-  IS OPEN FOR THE ACCOMMODATION OF THE  i.Tr'avellihg public; the bedrooms; are spacious and  airy and-tho Beds cannot bejsurpassed for oU-unlincss  and comfort by any in the lower coutjtry; the Table is  always supplied with the-best of victuals. Stabling  for Horses; Hay, Outs nnd Barley .constantly on bandv  rpHE UNDERSIGNED IS NOW PREPARED TO  1 afford-every accommodation w the (ravelling public, and hopes by a strict attention to business, to  merit a sbare oi the patronage bestowed ou tho former  proprietors. This is one of tbe most comfortable and  commodious Hotels on tho road, containing as it does  warm and well furnished bed rooms with good bods.  The TABLE is supplied with every delicacy it is possible to procure iu the upper country. The BAR is  stocked with tho best of Liquors, and tbo choicest  Cigars.  .    4������T MEALS,   $1 50   EACH- -5������  The stvbling for Horses Is all that could be desired,  and the charges are very moderate. Hay for Horses  per day, $2 ; Oats and Barley.at the cheapest market  rates,;," y   v _...   A    a-'ju-tt  The'nnd erslgn C(f li a s nla rge'q u arTfiiy *"pf *0"AT" -S Axon hand, for sale in large or nmall quantities.  1-s    . JOHN PELLETIER, Proprietor. o  tOCHLOIAND 0EJ4-III.E; EOUSE  THliS.OLD AyD WELL KNOWN HOUSE has been recently opened .l)'yctho: undersigned, who, will make  it;liis'constant stu<iy by using every endeavour to acco-  Vno<Jat������j the traveling public, to deserve a share of the  patronage bestowed on the.former occupants.  tfST-The Bar contains nothing but the 'very best of  LIQUORS and CIGARS.   Giva him a call ��������� - r.    ...    ���������;  ��������� i.s' ���������"'"' ������������������'". ��������� "EDWARD ��������� .TROFATTER-  ;.;; -The 'pEvra of\.the/S������&i^$lrA8i. Morse has  jyivehted a new and yer^simple/p^  ^instniment, which he: caJls^Bathometer-'A [ It  vils intended; to; measure vthe^depth ? of A tlie ^ sea  vcyerywherev ey on in the. deejpest^artsy: of 'the  ..' oc&itihi'iaid*it*doet������;this:with^aIrapidity -and  v accii racy; far exceeding th at ofJtiiy: ap par a t.us  Axiqwinitise for that purpose! ./No line is used;  ,&h<bit sinks, therefore, rapidly;; with little ob-  [. 'struc tio ri fro ni friction. '*. ��������� No 1 i n"e b e i n g ���������J used,  itC accuracy as a nieter of depth is not affected by c u r ren ts.    Yo u th ro w ��������� i t. o ve rb oa r d,;  . with its appendages, in the ocean, where the  water is miles deep.  -It goes down like.a shot  .;������ nd as soo n. as it. to u ch es b o tt pm i t. turns an d.  ��������� comes back to the surface.. You. pick it up  tind the. true depth of the water at; the; point  . where it struck the. bottom is seen on the  scale of the bathometer, jiist as yyqxx see. the  degrees of heat; on the scale of the thermometer.   You turn the instrument pa its side, and  then cause it again tp assumed perpendicular  position, and;it is ready for a. hew operation.  One ,of the nios t. cu ri ous parts;������ f the whpie  contriyance .is that, wi th a sligh t. change, the  same bathometer may be used as a meter of  the. depth of water in; the ocean, on the scale  of an inch to a mile, and in a bathing tub, on  a scale of more than the tenth of an inch to a  foot, the- lower part; of the scale being used  for shallow, and the.upper part for deep  water. .  FOSTER,    OF    LILLOOET,  CHEMIST.  HAS FOR SAIiE, and constantly on hand,  a well assorted Stock of Drugs, all the Chemicals  used by Physicians, Photographers,, Assayers and  Mechanics. ;rAlso tho popular Patent Medicines, and  Dnifgists'. sun dries.  Retorts, Crucibles, Mutiles, Cupels, Ingot Moulds,  etc, etc.: ������������������.���������.������ ������������������������������������ " -. ^ "-.  . "PRfiSCniTTjrONS  FAITltWJLLT rRKPAREn.  .    F; W; FOSTER,  . mal A:' Chemist  COLD;   SP RING - ..HOU S E  :     -  BOYD *& HEATH, 'Proprietors,  THIS ROUSE is-situatpd 26 miles from Quesnelmouth.  Th c proprietors having' la tely..;. fitted up b ed room is  and good Beds are now prpparetl to uftbrd every accommodation fet.Traveliers; the Table is furnished with all  the luxuries that;can.be procured; the Bar is well snpr  plied with tlie:bc'stb ran cl s: of. Liquors a n d Sega rs; g������ >od  Stablihg^Hay-'.Oat* UadBaTlcy.: ye������* The GHK APEST  House on the Road.;. ���������;*: ��������� ��������� A- ��������� A.'.' ;���������. y;. .    ��������� ' ���������.-    l-s ���������  Ay  122 MILE HOtiSE, ^  :\ Ay       ��������� feLAKE LA HACHE. " ',  rj\ ' F. "WALTERS, formeriy of the 94 aiiLP. Hocse,  X.! having purchased this Ranch, is now prepared  to accomodate the.traveling public with GOOD MEALS  and BEDS at' moderate rates. '- 1-s  YrALE   ADVERTISEMENTS:  BENJAMIN   DOUGLAS, Successor to A.  C.  WELLS, Saople and Harxtss Ma ker," Ya 1 r\  B. C.  '&$* A complete assortmeni of Stock constantly on  hand. ���������'    ���������       3-s'  E  ..Eight years ago. says the Melbourne Argil s, fo u r tee n rab b its we re tu r ned o u fe i n Mr.  Austin's estate of.J^arwon Park. The number  of tbeir progeny shot iast year on this estate,  was.!4,2f>3 ; andin spite of this destruction,  aod what goes on outside the estate, tbey have  u warmed over, the neighboring '-.-country-, and  Iiaye been found at considerable distances  around. ��������� A-y'Axi   i. .-  y /���������'-  THE'ASH'GR'OFT HOUSE  " ; ��������� ' ;':. MESSRS.; CORKWALL^S.  A T THIS WKLL KNOW^ HOUSE, half.way between  ���������'&. Spence's Bridge and Clinton, on the Yale Route.  Travellers will find Good Accommodation. The best of  living, of Liquors, and of Wines Fresh Butter, Milk  and Vegetables.   Good Stabling and cheap feed.     1-s  COLONIA.L  HOTEL,  SODA   CREEK.  AS,1..-'"  Front Street,.Yai,e,.B. C.,   ���������   \  PEGS TO ANNOUVCK fo Hie inhabitants of Cariboo  5j tliat be intcurls to forward (as soon as the state of  the Roaris will permit), a large ahd well assorted  stock of Coqkin'o Stoves, which be will dispose of at  Pricks to Suit Tim Tmss.  Yale, 8th April, 1367. ly  FRESH AGRICULTUEAL, VEGETABLE  AND FLOWER SEEDS.  Th e business of tbe 1 ate firm of Jay & Co., F6H St  and Springfield Nursery, vrill bo carried on by them  iu all its branches.  Fruit Trees and Bushes, Evergreen and Decidoom  Sbrubs, Bulbs and FloweTing plants of every dtscrip.  tion. ":;      ������������������'...'  Us  LONDON  HOUSE",  GOVERNMENT STREET, VICTORIA.  WHOLESALE   AND  RETAIL.  '���������> J. H. TURNER & CO.  JilPOJlTERS OP s  English & French Silks, Shawls, Dreasea, Utr  derclothing, Gloves, and every description of  t)r<ipe*ry Goods.  Receive regular supplies'by Express via Panama i&d  by sailing vessels vhi Capo Horn.  *Ag8F Particular attention given to all orders.          r  London Firm���������J. P. TuS*stall & Co,               \.^  -.: -, ->ESTABU&Hl^-I-Sf>Sv������������������.'"   OUR   COFFEE.  WE.ARE   FORWARDING   X  FIRST CLASS ARTICLE TO CARIBOO,  . Packed in Tins of from two to twenty-live pouirtj  each.  ^LSON kt MURRAY,  1-s ��������� Fort, street, Victoria.  ^���������i        ... ���������   ������������������-- m���������   I    I li ������������������ ������������������������������������.. ���������������������������^ ��������� .       ��������� ���������  THOS. WILSON & CO.  IMPORTERS OP ENGLISH MERCHADIZE  . Wholesale find Retail,  yBEALM IN DRY GOODS, &C,  :.���������...: Masonic Hall Goverufnont Street Victoria.   11  S  FIREPROOF AVAREHOUSE!  ING.  PARTIES Dl^IROUS of shipping freight. "WiTn *Drs-  tatch, will finrf it to their advantage by giving us  a call before engaging elsewhere.  Yale, April 8th, 1867.  ALWAY &  BAILEV.  i-s  k   GREAT REDUCTION 1ms been made in the charges  IX. at this establishment, so as to suit tho times.  Meals, $ 1; Beets, 75 Cents.  A    "-" McLEESK & SEKAY,;  Proprietors.  May   1st.   1867. 1-s  . t!Sr Allow no ono to put you off with any other  Coffee than Fell's best.   To be had from all reepect  abfe;dealers."':  ��������� - "      ��������� *���������"'.-. i'-AA '���������:���������.���������       :  VICTORIA ADVERTISEMENTS.  ���������;���������'���������.:';.A. BULERy^':Cb.?S;,;.. '���������'  CHEAP Store.i INDIES? and .GENT'S CAST OFF  Cloth j n g baug b t an d 's old..  Se condha n d Watch es.  Guns, Pistols, &c., for sale'..'".'"'' :,'..-'    '  f$gf~ Government street opposite the.Thoatre.  . 1-s  CASAMAYOUloegs leave to. state that he  . has removed bis stock of Goods corisisting of Gro-  cebi:'*?, &c., from Whari street to the;.Brick Building  on Yates street, adjoining Cowper's Boot Stora, opposite We)Is, Fargo & Co; fe-:,'������������������'  He v;i)l sell his Goods by Wholesale, at tho lowest  rates,, for cash.'    ,.::        .-.   .  ��������� ���������: -A y'r .Ay' :T.s '���������  WILLIAM 2ELNER, dealer in.Drugs, Mepi  C[.vus and Chemicals, Kancy and Toilet Articles,  Sponges, Brushes, Perfumery, <fcc. Physicians' Pre-  s^jriptions carefully compounded and oriiers answered  wivh o/ r* and d4sjj'e t cb..   Vict-ori a, V; L     " Us  ="S  G6 MJLE   POST,  BETWEEN YALE AND LYTTON, B. C.  TRAVELLERS will find evcrv accommodation at this  Hotel.   Excellent Cooking.   GOOD BEDS.  ST'ABLING FOR HORSES.  TIMOTHY HAY and OATS at Lowest Rates.  BOOTHROYD  BRO'S,  1-sy Proprietors.  BOSTON   BAR  International   Hotel.  THIS WELL KNOWN. HO USE is now open for travellers. . The Table is supplied tin formerly with  the best the market afforrjs, arid- the. Conking cannot  be excelled.    The Bar i.������ stocked with the finest Li  quors and Cigars;   GOOD BEDS.  .  WILLIAM CHARTERS  1-s 1'roprietor.  ���������W. H. Sutton,  EALER IN Wi.ves, Liquors axd Cigars, CoalOil,  Goal Oil Lamp?, &c,  AGENT FOR BUNSTER'S ALE !  In Bl>]y. and half Bbls.  Yale, April 181 h, IS67.  1-s  Storage and Forwarding!  YALE. B. C.  J. C. BEEDY,  COMMISSION &   FORWARDING AGENTJ  TILL  PAV PARTrCULAR   ATTRNTION  TO SKv  Jocting, pUrchasiug, or forwardiug Goods for tin  upper country. .    -  Any commission entrusted to his care, will wceitft :  prmnpt attention.'  ���������References :���������W. A. Mkacham-, E. A. WXnfUMS, t  Hamper, J.J. Bkamlv.  . Victoria. April, 186?. 1  HOTEL DE FRANCE,  Government Street^ Victoria, V. I.  IPHE BESTATJKANT is supplied with all Ike  I delicacies of the season, and tho sleeping accomodation is replete with every comfort. The best of  Wines. Liquors and Ci^r?.  1-s J. BIGNE tc CO.. Proprietors.  A. W. PIPER,  CONFECTIONER,  Government Street, opposite the Theatre.  C1ANDIES of every description manufactured and  > sold, Wholesale and Retail.  PARTIES SHIPPING GOODS BY TUE  A    ���������  YALE-LYT.  ton Route, arc advised that  KIMBALL & GLADWIM  Have erected an extensive Storebousc *nd Dock a*.  Yale, and arc prepared to Receive, Store, and Forward  Goods. Goods re-pneked, and freights engaged at the  Lowest Rates.  Parties sbipping goods through us will please mark  to  tlio care of  Is  KIMBALL k GLADWIN.  Ill MILE HOUSE.  AGE IS NOTHING!  TELL!  THIS HOTEL IS LARGE AND WELL FITTED UP  for the comfort of travelers; the Table is supplied  with the best of everything that can be preenvd, and  the cooking is not in ferior to any on tbe road; Bedrooms  for families; Stabling, Hay, Barley and Oats.  ������ifr:Th0 trail to Cedar and Hbrso-Fly Creeks leaves  the Wagon Road at this pla'co. - , -,  1-s W.v. HENDERSON.  VAN WINKLE STORE.  rpHK UNDERSIGNED bc^S to inform the miners and  J residents in & around Van Winkle that he will in fa-  ture keep an aborted and GOOD STOCK on hand, and  hopes by close attention to business, and by selling  at LOWER RATES than heretofore, to'meet tho patronage of all.  Orders from outlaying creeks accompanied with the  CASH, will be forwarded with promptness and dispatch.  $$r Terms CASH, without distinction.   ���������  J. W. LINDHARD.  is  ���������jTKNRY GREENBAUM, WHOLESALE LIQUOB  11 Store, Importer of Fine Ms^rschacm PirES, Stems  Mouthpieces, Cigars and Tobacco, Johnson street, Vic*  tori;i, V. L 1-s  JULES RUEFF, Commission Mfrchast, Royal  Hotel Building, Wharf street Victoria, V. I.   1-s  CLEAL'S Coffee H.>u.he and Bestaurant,  Government Street, Victoria, V. L This is the  cheapest, most comfortable, and best attended Estab*  li.shment in the City  The BAR i.s always suppliod with the choicest of  Wine.s, Liqcors and Cigars. I*8  1).  1-s  127  BLUE   TENT,  ��������� OK ���������  MILE   HOUSE  rPHE UNDERSIGNED HAVING PURCHASED THIS  X desirable property, is now, Prepared to accommodate the travelling public. The table is supplied with  th e very best ol via n ds. The her! rooms a n fi beds are  as comfortable as could be desired, and Die BAR contains nothing but tho best brands of LIQUORS and  CIGARS.   ��������� . ���������  A good stock of Grain and Hay always ou hand.  3rd May, 1887, 3 w, WRIGHT.  Free Port for Ever!  WE THE UNDERSIGNED  TAKE   pleasure In an-  * t   ni'uncing to our numerous   customers and tha  public, that we will supply them with the best French  Lkatmkii Boots {iluty free} ever offered in B. C.  #*3~Ai our old Stand, Government St., Victoria, VI  1-3 J     CHARITY & BUTLER.  A FRANKEL, Victoria, V. I., Dealer in Fdrsj  11.. Ski.vr, Hideh, Woot., &c. Liberal advances mad*  on Purs consigned. Reference���������G. Sutro & Co., Rein*  hart Bros. Victoria, V. I. I*3  SUTRO & CO., Importers anj> Dealers i*  CIGARS, TOBACCO, Mecrshaum Pipes^ &o., S K-  corner of Yates and Wharf street, Victoria .   s .  G  WONG, LEE & CO., Commission Merchants, I*  fort krs, an d Dea lcrs i n Cln n ose Goo d s, Vi Gloria,  V. I-    Yale, Liilooet, Quesnelmouth,   an  Creek. ���������  'j  Williams  1-s  "E  WATSON, "Watchmaker, Je-vveler  and Engravei*1, Government street, next  to .the St. Nicholas Hotelr Victoria, V. I.  JIAL*.  AG  VLLANDAINE, COLLECTOR AND GENERAL  >ENT, Government. Street, Victoria,"V. 1>   l'5  AILT and V.TEEKLY " BRITISH COLOiXl^  and VICTORIA CHRONICLE.n Orders for mau-  \m either the Daily or Weekly issnes of the above w  any part of Europe, the United States, Canada, -Aufr**  lia, &c, left at this office or sent to Vjctojia will w  attended to. Terms in advance. Weekw, 12mps.  with Postage, $7 60 ;' 6mos. do.. $i 75. DJittT,  moo do., .|23 ; fanot* do., $12 50.  9

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