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 NTS.-.- -.  it he bag  won  it in-   A  r&c- -Is ';  >use,  rs������.-;Rt :th9:  l; ItbftdBvi_  tblic.'- Dis.  " Steamboat  ?. 30/101108.;:  iona to siijt,  iy.& Grain;-  gularly'fcr  feYfe-l-sfey  i.aciwis/uaii  clitaHiiness!  ho'Taule;i.f  > 'Stabling  y.oulmmj ,  )  ?$Xa  ������nclragutji/-  ^bbdrobifta,  cr.vacco!nfe  ctl with all  s well sup.  U  s been r.;-  will make  nr to a ceo-  ire of tlttt  y best, pf  PATTER  le charge*,  oiurf.  KAY,  rio low.  1?  n,  fi   HOUSR,  p!Vp:l1V-l  I) MEALS  1-s  USE  ' be twees  le Rwnw.  hebwtof:  wer.-'Stilfc  ���������cd.; i-������  li,  TED ur  supplied  aird, and  Jcdrooms  ks leaves  RSOX.  >������ at till*  it Bates,  %  ���������icters.  di  for {rn-  rly with  j caiuiot  nest Id  irifttor.  .������������������!=��������� :"��������� -;-:  *J  An extraordinary story comes -from Mexico  relative to flour.   It appears that an old mil-  ���������ler io tbat locality had a very beautiful young  wife; of whom lie was jealous in the" extreme,  and took out bis soulageraent of that feeling in  ' .thwacking the. lovely young being.    There  was a-certain cook of the male species, young,  .handsome and fat, who came to tbe mill from  the hotel to.buy flour,.and hearing'the distress of the. lovely one first, and seeing her  ���������secohd. became, of course, ^dreadfully in love".  .Some otieMd:the miller.! Air the Axowxi: began! to' talkMMefaety and ��������� tp laugh ;��������� at the  young wife-suddenly,, disappeared !and merrily laughed the-Mexicans at ishe' miller's ���������mis-..'  i'ortuiie^ridthing' "went! clown but ^the!scandal;,  of ,tlie etopeiiicpt of the milier^s wife1^ and ;the  all !the;townvarid so timeVpassec^  more was heard of the cook and tbeymiller^s  ���������wife hy any oner Two years after.;the..������miller.  pleased to.die, andito-inforin the:world in ^a  -papi^rywhich.was left to! be!bpened.: after,;-'his:!  -deafcii :aii^ '-Mi'  (tlie: millers) feWife -haclvby Ins planning Sloped  ���������in to an oven two years' since and been baked;  ���������that lie; would have /got ridipffethem, eise\yise  rbut for the jeering of'the .public:; ��������� therefore he  bad ground them-up in a large rn ass of, corn,  ���������which - the to w nspeo pie were p 1 ease ii to c om-  pliment him for, as being exceedingly rich  ���������and nutritious; and he oiilyfe hopes that they  "will eivj oy the rem in isce nets as mu cfcaa lie did  ���������the rqmki nder! of hjs ;iifetliatdie'!-; yyok'. isp ared y  -whenever he lookedupon a townsman.  FASHION SALOON,  BARKERVILLE,  . Williams cree  ���������"THE PROPRIETORS fiEG -LEAVE TO ANNOUNCB  1 to the public that they hiivo enltirgud, refurnished,  nnd thoroughly miovatod their, capacious and; fash*  fanuble -saldou, spiring neither pains nor expense lor  the comfort of their Patrons.  iThis is now tholargost ami most complete Saloon io  British Columbia ;. consisting ������(three large separate  apartments,' viz.:. GAUD ROOM, BARROOM, and  BILLl ARO SA TtOOX, eon ta i n i ug three sup erb B1L-  LIAUD TA3LES.    ��������� fe  ; ;Tlic fe best .LIQUORS, and CIGARS obtainable, are  served here.   This establishment is under the immediate superintendence of the Proprietors;  ;-v.-       ������������������������������������;.- .   ADLKR &.BARRV.  June 6th, 1867. A. 4m  B3^;lf&: 'aM e ;������. tan r a n t,  AAyAyAAAAA l-'RICIIFIELI).  \i  HyjSTEELE BEGS TO INFORM HIS OLD FRIENDS  i and;Patrdns,;that he has opened his OLD STAND,  where he will be glad to see them.  yAA-A. ;:.'-fe:<esr'MEAi^;AT all Houfts *������&  yjune:10th,vx^67;y-y. rll-s  ���������   ���������SEMI.WEEKLY'PAP.ER.  Published Every Monday  and Thursiuy.  ALLAN & CO., PitopuiETOits. ���������  pp������CE-lBARKRRVILLE, Williams CitKEK, Cariboo.  . A     Subscription, $1 per Week.  (Incite! tag cost of delivery,) Payable  to the Carrier.  QUESNELMOUTH ADVERTISEMENTS.  THK  STOpK   Oi' THrSfe OFFICE   HAVING fe  considerably anniented by the: recent impor  of a. variety, of. liqw OrnamentalType, peculiar lvsuitSd A'  " '   ' :   '  for:   ������������������ ' '-j'-'   ;'y .     ..'���������������������������   . y'-y-y-yy fe ��������� -���������   .    ryy.y * ..���������  Posters,*OiTculars, Cards, !: ..' \���������''���������'���������'-  Billheads, Programmes for- '������������������  iy  ��������� A.   Balls,Concerts, and    ������������������,  ���������  Theatrical��������� Eatertainmeuts. ��������� .. -::  Orders for any description of Job /Work will be exo* .;  cuted with ncatuess and dosp;i,tch. .  ij-jr Terms moderate.- .-^t    .. ���������  :  .,   A WBLCOJIE PRESCRIPTION.      ?'  ;! A! Highl ander!!wh p;'h^  'tin excised ^moiintaiD ^ as! free] y{ay^t]ioug bit;  ���������bad been tbe water, of Loch Oicb^ivvas in an  >evil hour' of Inebdefcy}" induced fo. takev the  teetotal pledg-e.fe- STex6 day the. first-effort ot hW  -voice was. an unpenous!dentaiid for bis "radt*a-  % ng.n  Tie was reral nd ed of wb at he. li ad don e.  ���������yilichj-Gnithe^vo testation .��������� of? a cloud - of witnesses,\ 4ie succeeded ihrbelieveih^-yAi"VVell  ���������������������������well,''' said D o rial d,!. >v i Ih a ��������� d ej ec ted,! h ear tr  'br oke n t c o u n te nance,''; if, she:. tid :.ta. ab ptni ri  ���������able sin g, hersel? will-keep her wort, and  she311 na :;b e p reak i t th ough her; ton sp te pe opt  at her sheek for a drara/;   Donald !dkl!:.keep.  his word like,a trne Highlaader.   Afclast his  cheek grew pale, his .nose, 'instead of the  lie ry red. assumed"..' a Mn o r b id b I ue j h is appetite fa i led, h e b ec a m e seri p usl y!. il i, , aud a  doctor being; called,; prescribed an ounce, of  whisky p er ij ay. ; The p alien t.. had all hisr- life  ��������� drank wh isk y wl tho-ut A tv, easu re.;: b ti the b ad  no notion; of wiiat his shave would be.wheh.it  'came to be weighed, so he asked Uissorita boy:  nt school, how ranch of it went to an. puuee.'  The-youri'ir referee, taking down an old sooty  . .^j'SfeAiithmetic, turned ���������yp/-*to������;,JaWftV-"an*d  reaJ-r-lG'drams one ounce. -V Hurrah 1'^shouted Donald in ecstacy, ;" go forlatrMbr. Shon  Hoy, and Tugal Grant and herselJ will have a  flight before she?ll tie."   .  fe '.;���������;!' v������'^r^ !-"'  ^^^S^lAS/^/iETAl'l]  MEKCHANTS.  ! 1SWAVS ON HAND, CALIFOKNIA AND.ISTHMUS  ill: Biitter, at SI;25 per.lb.  y   Sole Agents for Gi rod & Guichon, Qaesnelmoutlt.  feJuneioU), i$67;!; ,:;fe . ���������    ��������� U-s  XAiAy/A^yiM mo'ses".  T'''"ik;E:.fiVTffl^''^^HOJ)'; OP INFORMING HIS  friends and the pu blic- g^nen111 v, that ne has enlarged and; Qtted up hi^SKAVIN.G SALOON', in a .���������vnpi.'-  nor maimer,.hayinjr-secured the service of iin cfiicicnt  assist aii l,' :he;,is' '.now pre p������ red to operate in ������  satisfactory'manner iii all" bnuiehes of the TONSORIAL  AET;'; yyyrAyyA'yAA ��������� .; . .  lie; also begs toe? lithe attention of the ladies to lm  A..   v ������������������   :; QUESNELMOUTH,^ "-    ���������   .  ^BROWN & GH.LTS,. PnoPRiKTora.;  Good Beds; Restaurant; Billiard Table, &c.  StalilinK for Horses, Hay and OatS.  . -. s  ���������  COLONJAL RESTAURANT,  r  ';'"'    "    QUESNELMOUTH,.-''   .    /[//  A   ��������� \  P. L. JOHNSt)N? Pkopjiikt'or,  Meals at all hours, and Cooking: of the best  ���������fe description. .....    8 '  son,  n  E  Barkerville  h m a; m  -ANn���������  ��������� ..  E ii Xi 33 K,  ���������'.-���������- ."'^���������V-v*'*?'������������������ ���������  ~ ���������:..*.. fe'-1 ' "<���������. ��������� -fefe-.     ������������������"-.- .' .","  arkcrville, lat May,. 1887. ... y '      -Vs Ayy 'AiAy "M i.   y'-"' A.  "A/A A   ''f:FvV;'LEE? ;.  ^iictiolreer, G\ "  ny:...  "!"v^^r^D  !I^M/,:AGSN:T-,V  .1'ht;' ���������  ���������ivT'/.-.  > -"' A '  '���������'.V���������-.-���������-;.''  ��������� Goods; sold'���������*;on "-Commission l   Opfioe,   Richfleld. ���������'. ���������  ?AhESfiOOM, 'BarkorviUb.V-fe -fefe       ��������� fe..-''.'*   y- ";. 5-a  T E-'.E'-'P  1 WrLL !HUN- A9 FOLLOWS I   .  liSAVES  QUESNEIJlrXOUTHfe OK  S  a.  AS SIX OCL0CK, A.M.,  -CREEK-.!-ON  the Toilet.,  ���������He also calls attention to his unrivalled H:iir ltestor-  ati_ ve,- guaranteeing. to' stop ha i r from nil li n % ou t, i u  one week. niid \ n 'reftsoakbl o t j m y res t ori ng Hair toils  former state and color.';!       .*   ���������  Also Gent-1 emeu's-Tpruisbing Goods ; Onest assort-  mentofShirtsfeUridercIotiics, Neck Tie's,Searfs>. etc.   ,  27th.May.iSG7 ;���������-.'!'",. s  PARIS! AND , LONDOM    HOTEL  AND RESTAURANT,  ���������fe V-       .;  RICHFIELD.  The undersigned have-refitted this well known honse  .which is now open for the. accomodation of the  public. ,       .-''-   ,  The Bar will be supplied  wst-b  the host brands of  LIQUORS and GIGAIW.  -JOS" Heals and Beds furnished at all hours.  m, r        A    -iyxyi    g. FOXTAjXE.  FELIX rOUCHOT.  ��������� ' l'ruprictors.  Richfleld, 1st May. 1S6T'. 1  AT POUR O-CLOCK j A   M.  Quesnelmouth, May 2nd, 1SG7.  S!  Adams, Pearoy  HAHKERVILLE,  Havo just received a choice selection of  CAST IRON COOKING STOVES  ���������    . SHEET COPPER,. ESC, .  TIN   PLATS   AND    SHEET   IKOx~  '��������� ..-���������  '.-   : 1J5CUYER;&.LE3RTJN, Proprxejors,    '     . -,  A RE ���������READY:.^6'!ACfcdl-MOi)ATE EVERY ONE IN. -  i\. the a bo ve Kstabl islnn eiit.- ���������yAy.     .; ��������� ��������� ��������� ���������  A   Ay   ;GOOR������PAKi2-ANP-GOOD BEDS.i .'"   Ary-    A  .".- Barkervilie^fti) May, 1867.-   X':/   '���������    -^a/  EiSTERHEF  .-. :y  rVft, ;ENgjCEE|; AND SURVEYORy / V/X  TTAVIXG  TAKE:^,-AN.   0FF.IC5  I^'-RIOHFIBLbiy{  II. "Williams Crueic, is prepared't'ei Execute "Survey3(: ..*,.���������;"  Plans, Levels, Sections. &rc;V* <kc., corn milted to his  charRC, with care, ("espat-ciy ana on REASONABLE  TERMS.     . fefe-.fe./.      ... ' ��������� '.     .A - ..     -.  3 iJfiir Office, centre-of Rich field. <3^t       ���������  ; 'v.-  Tl?.  ���������^ SI  Al,  with various other articles in their line of trade.  JG3-* All'Jobbing in the Tin, Sheet Iron, Copper and  Zinc trade attended to, and warranted to give satisfaction, l  Virtues op. thk ..Turkish BATH,-~Dr. Cbas.  Shop ard; o no o f th e fou nd . ra of th e "Tu rkish  bath io America,!related in a recent speech  on the opening vof the -Brooklyn Hamtnam,  some remarkable facts and experiences of the  Turkish bath in Europe. In Ireland, for instance, where the bath . has made great pro-  gross, there is an estate-owner who has Turkish baths not only for his owu private family  use, but also one exclusively for his. horses  and cattle. .Herein he has saved the life of  more than one of his valuable horses, having  cured onto of the lock-jaw. Several of his  cows owe to it ihe prolongation of their lives.  One calf was given over to die by the, herdsman, but hy his direction was carried through  the bath to r, complete recovery ; "and when  [ was there," saya the doctor, "' it was the  finest looking cow in the field. I also uad the  pleasure of seeing his favorite pony take a  hath." ���������  BLiLCESMITH,  BARKERVILLl..  A. .gENFlliVIO  Accountant j   Collector,  '.   ��������� AM) ���������  c,om miss Ton   agent,  BARKERVILLE,  Ofpicb. ��������� Opposite X. 0 usw's 13nkwbrt,  June 17, 1S67. 13  ,    VVAKE-UP-JAKE  Eesta.urant, Bakery,  Axn  .BAKKKRVILLR,  rpiIB -lTNP15RSTGXKD.liuvp enmmchced in the abovs .  1 business next, door to MuiviorfPs stables, Barkof  ville, and suiicit a share <A' public )>:itrouftge.  CAST    IROM   STOVES  Always on band.     ���������  Kew Work  and Jobbing  ���������Done at reasonable rates.  Ugr-Our Teams ma regulo.rly between Vale an<l  Cariboo anil all orders in our line of business carefully  attended to.  1-s E. PEARSON ���������& BROS;  TATEUSON &GOOUSON. Proprietors.  IK a man knock you down; he may be said  to be *��������� a very striking example/* worthy of  imitation in that particular instance.  l_$s  fiUKKiNp should learn temperance from the  moon���������;,he fuller she gets, the shorter her  ^orns become.  |iMlie great demand for Fell's Coffee  uithD mining districts, has brought, into existence  rn-JBy spurious imillions,; but fclw intelligence of the  mminjf��������� population it  Fell fc-Co-^-guawntoe.  REMOVAL.  C,    STEOUSS,  DKAliKli IN .  GUOCERIES, IABDWABE, CL0TEII6,  ETC., ETC.,  BARKERVILLE.  Has removed to bis XEW STORE, opposito  OCCIDENTAL HOTEL. 13  TJIE   BROS.,  DEALKUS IN  PEOMOBS, GftOCEMES, TOBACCO,  CIGARS,   LIQUORS,  Clothing and Hardware^  BARKERVILLE.  .Tune 27, 1867.  T X ANXOUNCING THK RE-OPKNIXG OF THIS  X bousti Tor the .season, the proprietors wish to in-  lonn tlieir friends jitid the public' e;rnirali\\ that tlwy  will spare uu pa inn iu order to merit tlio patronage of  all who gi\'������> the 111 a call.  Meals at all hours. l  T. N. HIBBEN 81 CO.  With    FOliWAltl*     PKOKPTLY,    AT    MODEKATK    TKBM?,  ' English,  -American,  French,   German,  Ar(1 other .Newspapers aud Prrtortte.il*.  BARNARD'S STAGES WILL LEAVE VALE  EVERY  MONDAY,  With IL  M. Maite,   Express  and' Passengers;   for  SUIJSCKIVTIOXB,  ADDING PoSTAfiJ'-*, PAYABLE IN ADVAKCS  felS.lh M'iiy.,1867. '. ' 4-3ei  ESP BE S3!.  '   Z   A.- N EL-SON'S  BRITISH COLUMBIA  VICTORIA   EXPRESS,  Connecting at Victoria with WELLS,  FAROO & CO.,  for CalirorDia. Oregon, the Atlantic States  aud Europe.  AND AT YALE AND LILLOOET WITH BARNARD'S  OAEIBOO EXPRESS,  For Big Bend, Cariboo and the Xorthern Mines,  Conveying Treasure, Valuables, Letters, F������:ckag?a and  P������rceU. ��������� 1-s  Inablcis, ������'id Express Friighi to Big Bend, Cariboo  and way station*.  FARE TO SODA CREEK,      -      -     . $60  FARE TO BARKERVILLE,   -      -       $Sd  (Exclusive ol" Steamer's fare.) 1-s  Cariboo Literary Institute  J. ��������� S. THOMPSON -PnicsmFST.  JAMES ANDERSON, .Vioii-PjUJgrpissr.  JOHN MacLAREN,  JOSEPH CLEARIIIUE,  JOSl'^H PARK.  Directors i  mmS.INSTITUTION" IS NOW,OPEN AT BAfiK-lfi-  A. ville, where it is now fitted up with a. vi������'vv to tha  coin for t and convenience of the peopl *.��������� of Cari boo.  The Reading Room will be found supplioa with tha  latestEoglwli.Scottish. Canad'ian, Ammam and.Od-  lonial Paperss u������a-M������gozlues.'.. '  ..Termsof Subscription���������$5 per Quarter, or ������2 p/r  ilonth. ..Sin^io volumes loatVuu -to non-subscrilicrs <it  50 cents per volume, witli.Sl deposit. . ���������  Persons not su tefiJ'i b'.-rs; v\������\ ti tig th 0 Read ing Roo m t  and making use of the Bubks^ihdi PiipevSj _5 cani.s icr"  The Room will be' open from TEN,: A. M,3 till tESfi  P/5L JOHN BOWRON,  . Beer������u ry a nd ��������� Librarti"d. ,  N. B ���������A Sup assortment of Books and Station try i#  ali''yfiki-'ptforyal9, -    lS-a   ���������  ������M THE GARIBQQ SENTINEL  MONDAY. JULY 8, 1867.  '       GOVERNOR   SEYMOUR.  We gather from a late Colonist that His  Excellency Governor Seymour has gone; to  pay a visit to tlie Mission at Metlakatla, arid  U is rumoured he intends to visit Sitka, for  this the Colonist gives hira a good scolding,  ��������� ao'd siiggests that he has plenty to do at home  in order to make both ends meet in the matter of revenue.   Thi3 is very / unkind of the  Colo mat, since it" is only falr that. IIis Excel-  lene.y be allowed to spend bis summer Hoii-  : ctaya asi ho pleases. : It may be that our con-  : temporary fears that the Gpvernor may borrow  Boriie ideas from Mr. Duncan in relation to the  treatment of cases arising out of the illicit  traffic of .whisky sailing to Indians, and that  doubtless would be a serious matter, because  if Mr; Duncan*s mode of treatment iu such cases  was adopted, the Victorians would soon require additional jail accommodation, which  tinder existing circumstances would only be  i enhancing their difficulties. . The Governor,  we think must have soiiae useful end in view  in proceeding so far-north?;   Mr, Duncan's  subjects have up to the present time escaped  . taxation, and in view of a.possible deficiency  yIffih vreve o aey H is -Exe<?He*>ey ��������� may tb in k AM  to'dispatch some of his idle officials tb Metla-  kiitla td! issue licenses; &c.,' and by that means  be Enabled, to make;up the needful  8701,000.  \Vbo knows but he is off to Sitka to secure a  reciprocity treaty with that settlement ? there  is nothing like taking time by the forelock.  What a boon to the colony, would it not be to  have free trade in ice ?   We. may make our  own.braudy, such as it is, but vie want   ice  for o u r j u 1 e p s.   Of co ii rse" the G o ye rnor w ill  take especial care to. have ���������.the "fisheries surveyed that were discovered by Mr. C. B.  Xoung;   Whatever may be the result of the  'Gaberriatorial visit to the north, he has by  this'means convinced'the Victorians that they  ; can't get on without him, if .we may judge  , irom; the fuss tbey set up when he takes a  abort trip up thecoast. ; It isreally very cur-.  i ou s) to lib te  th e   p ecul i ari t ie3  of di iferen t  people,, and   particularly the strange wajs  .. tbey hav e of testitying tlieir affection for oi*?e  another.   It is said that the.. Laplander in his*  gallantry.besmears his face/'with fish blubber,  '', and his betterlialfwithfe:&^'pj.:epiatirig; fond-  :' ii ess 1 icks.it (the b lu bb^er)' bff w i th /her to ng tie.  v The Victorians, on tbe other hand,: call their  Governors all that is bad .when they are in  reality ddatingly fond of them.   We. begin-to  think that Governor Seymour, understands  them very well, aud like the man who used  to be beaten by his wife, ha1 lets them scold  because they like it and it does not.hurt him.  It is true that His Excellency might indite  another dispatch at Metlakatla to the Colonial Secretary in England, and we are  aware  that the Victorians object to his style of writing    Would it not be an excellent idea, if  the Governor must write, and in order not to  hurt the feelings of the good people of Victoria, that, he adopted the classic language of  the Tshimpaean. in which Mr. Duncan could  afford  Mm   the   necessary instruction.   The  .Colonist is afflicted with the dismal idea that  the mere trifle of S70LO0O required for the  year's disbursements, will not be raised, and  that there will be ti deficiency which our contemporary is at a loss to discover tbe means  of providing for.   Let the Colonist be perfectly easy on that point, the Governor will  make up1 by economy for any short comings  of that kind.   For instance,   the official salaries must be paid, but it is nof absolutely  necessary to repair the roads.    Mr. Barnard  may grumble because he has  to  use  half a  dozen yoke of oxen to drag his empty wagon  through tbe mud,   and   indolent passengers  may feel aggrieved because they are compelled to wade through the mire like so many  ducks, but it only shows the want of consideration .on the part of these people, Mr. Barnard  of course in using oxen encourages the breeding of cattle, which will undoubtedly secure  to colonists a good ^supply of beef, and as  exercise is necessary for. the preservatiori of  health, the passengers ought to be glad of an  o p p o r tun i ty o f e n j oy ing i t.    The G o ve rnor,  we observe, is going to live in Victoria, this  will reduce the   household  expenses of the  Gubernatorial residence, as the markets are  better   supplied, in that c;ty than, in New  Westminster and prices consequently lower.  This is a. most convincing proof of Kis Excellency's determination to observe the strictest economy in   everything  relative to the  Government of this colony.   We. adverted in  a recent article in this paper to the wilful extravagance of the New Yorkers in their mode  of spending the people's money, let them take  a pattern from our Government and secure  -the services of a second Governor Seymour  and they *|will have no further reason to complain.   There can be no'-more conclusive argument against annexation than the care bestowed in laying out the public funds to the  'lm t ad vantage.   The occu pation of the Morn-  ing News is gone, " Monitor's " gun is spiked,  he .had better.-quit, our Governor will be back  soon. Unappreciative people have found  fault with the British Columbian because it is  always chaunting the praise of His Excellency, tbey will now when they read this see  their mistake. The late Administrator of ^the  Government Mr. Birch fully understood "the  Governor, and in his eagerness tp follow in  His Excellency's footsteps, wrote dispatches  too; although they did not secure to him the  same celebrity, they were very much in the  Governor's style. ��������� Solomon's wisdom is proverbial, (we don't mean to pun)} and the  happy, and prosperous days of Israel may  have been said to have departed A.with his  reign. When the confederation is accomplished and we elect .a -Governor from amongst  ourselves, we shall always be trying to got  them of the Seymour pattern, and in the event  of any backsliding on the part. of the home  made article, we shall be comparing the rule  of the latter with our present felicity.. Let  us then be thankful and content with things  as they are, pay our takes like men, and read  the British Columbian. There are , many  choice things in this world that- we come to  be fond of when we havo acquired a taste for  them, so that in time we may relish even ari  old country Governor, dispatch. writing and  all. Miners are celebrated for their patient  endurance under privations, and the; characteristic is in no   instance  m������re remarkable  the neglect to which they are subjected in the  rare ^visits of the Governor to. this portion of  the'colony. When he does come they fear to  give hira any annoyance by a too great display of affection, and to avoid this tbey control their feelings so well that no one: seems  to care whether he comes or not. We strongly recommend our. contemporary to;-follow  our example in this respect. ��������� .The- scolding  does no good, and we had better .enjoy our  happiness quietly until we are united to our  eastern brethren, when His Excellency wi 11  leave us forever to mourn bis loss and the  absence of his dispatches. ;.."_'-  Wheat Crop,���������We have been favored by a  gentleman who recently left Liilooet, with the(  following- estimate, procured; from farmers  themselves, of the quantity oMand sown in  wheat, from Liilooet up ��������� to Pavillion Creek.  When this is added to the area from the Junction to Quesnelmouth, given ih a former issue,  it will readily be seen what the total acreage  isioKthe present season :    t . -;.'���������./  ��������� Chad-wick,'    ��������� ��������� ������ ���������       '50 acres.;  .. TaSh,   . -    .    .. .;    '-y--A-.   fefe ���������  Hoy,   -. ��������� .       -.  Gasper,  ��������� ��������� '" ' ���������  Various Chinamen around Liilooet,  Loronzo, at Fountain, -  Fmnciimnn's, 12-mile post,  Brown & Curry, 15-mile post,  Cole's, 18-mik* post,  Murray's, 19-mile post,  McComb, '��������� ���������"- - ...  Murtley,  Rnunalree, ; -  Dickey,  Leo, "��������� - . -  Carson, * -   .  CO  60  60  300  160  80  100  80  75  25  60  '100  100  60  an  ct  Total,  1390  Fourth op July.���������The morning of the 4th  was ushered in by our American friends with  a salute of 34 guns in honor of the *3<_ States  of the Union, which was again repeated at  noon. Through the day the national ensigns  of.England and America Moated over the  principal buildings in town. With the exception of a little excitement caused by a  few demonstrative individuals who took occasion to pay their respects rather too freely  at the altar of the ;* jolly- god,;' there was nothing occurred to mar the wonted good order  of the community  Dinner to Hon. A. N, BmciL���������Hon. A. N.  Birch was entertained to a farewell dinner at.  tbe Colonial Hotel, New Westminster, on the  24th ulto. Both the New Westminster papers^  are filled with the toasts and speeches on this'  auspicious occasion.. The people pf New  Westminster we believe are the only persons  who have any occasion to feel jubitlant over  the great services the hon. gentleman has rendered to this colony.    .,  Capital Question*.���������The Columbian says  the Governor has telegraphed the Secretary  of State to have an end at once put to the  agitation of this question, by having the seat  of Government irrevocably fixed at New  Westminster, We think the Secretary of  State has more sense than attempt to fix the  capital of a young colony irrevocably in any  particular place.  " Cariboo'' Cameron.���������Our Canadian advices mention that' Cameron, who made a  great fortune by mining ori Williams creek,  in 1862-3, has been concerned in a raid on  the Madoc gold mines. The object of the  raid appears to have been to test the quality  of the mine, which is* in chancery, and cannot  be worked, pending a decision of the court.  A six-ox team arrived here on Saturday  chiefly loaded with liquors consigned to  MesBi,e. Briggs & Co., Cameronton.  New Strike.���������-The diggings reported in  our last as being struck on Willow River,  were found to be on Mosqueto creek, a tributary of that stream. A shaft was sunk by a  company of Cornishmen, from tbe bottom of  which 3J ounces were washed out. The  whole creek, which is not very long, has subsequently been staked off.  !������������������ Joe Eden.���������This long expected knight of  the P. R. has arrived at Quesnelmouth, and  will raakehis debut before a Cariboo audience  on Saturday evening next. Those who have  not seen Joe on his pins.shquld not loose this  opportunity as it may be his last appearance  in .public before-.more important. acts transpire. ��������� -A-  AA  Express iND; Mails.���������The Express, carrying a heavy! eastern mail, came in yesterday  afternoon; ^Among the passengers ..we noticed  Sheriff Elliott, Messrs. G. B. Wright, Dr.  Brouse, (of Yale), J. Marks, Lichenslein, and  three Italians.  Vegetables.���������A Chinaman brought in on  Saturday a wagon load of fresh vegetables,  consisting chiefly of lettuce, onions, radishes,  etc., which were growu.at Quesuolmouth. It  is needless to say they went off like hot cakes-  at very good prices,'. ';  ���������Canyon Creek.���������Some rich specimens were  brought down the' other day to Quesnelmouth,  from the Wasliburn. ledge, that look better  -thari-feany:.. Jieite tbfore So nnd, ...u.Th en arrnstras  had not commenced working at last accounts.  Fortunate.���������Mr. George Wa-11 ace, forracrly  connected with the .Cariboo Srntinbl, has  cleared a large fortune by a fortunate . speculation in Japan, and has started for Europe. .  In consequence of our lengthy5 raining and  legal intelligence, we have been unable to  give place to tho usual telegraphic reports..  NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.  RICHFIELD..  XfR. VICTOR LANGE BEGS LEAVE TO INFORM  111 the public that lie has now opt.rn.nl. a CONCERT  HALL, atRichfuld, opposite the.*: London and Paris  IL>tt.l." Mr*. LiiiKevYjU presiJo at tlie Piino every  ovi'Diiig, and will play, somo of tho. best Operas, tho  most pypularBillaiis, and every description ol* Du nci-s.  None but the best brands of Liquors and .Cig'irs  serve it ut the Bur.  July Gth, 1867.   - lm  NEW ADVERTISEMENTS,  MRS;   PARKER'S  BOARDING   HOUSE,  UPPER   BARKERVILLE,  HAS been opened for the convenience of the public:  where Good Meals can bo obtained at all hours.  As the culinary dep iitment is under tha direct survvil-  l:mce of thoProprietress, she trusts to be able to afford  every satisfaction to those who may favor her with  their pa iron ago.  29th June, 1S67. lm  KERR'S  B A R K E R V I IJ L E,  THE UNDERSIGNED  HAVING  COMPLETED   ALL  his arrangemruts, will open   his Browery THIS  DAY, when ho will be happy to supply all  who  favor  him with a call, with a good article of ALE. either in  bulk or in bottle.                       JAMES IL KEUR,  July 1st, 1867. ________ }m  THE.  CARIBOO    EXCHANGE  HO T ������ L?  S NOW OPEN FOR THE ACCOMMODATION OF  the mining community. Mid the public gen'rally.  No exp^ns-j has been spared to rmu< r the house all  that could be desired, for comfort and convimi'uico.  The Bar is supplied with a complete slock of Wi.vta,  Liquors and Cjgars.  X8T Wkll Airku Beds ^^S^  may bo had at a moderate charge. E. ORD,  July 1,1867. .   lm Proprietress.  THE^NTO-SALOON,"  BARKERVILLE.  H E UNDERSIGNED HAVING OPENED. THE  above Saloon, would . rospectfullv invito their  friends r.nd the public to step in and samplo their  ALE.^, WINES, and LIQUORS, the quality of which,  they flatter themselves, will suit the tastes of the most  fastidious. The best brand of CIGARS always on  hand. ���������:   SCOTT & McHARDY.  29th June, 1867. lm  San Francisco Store,  COMMISSION   MERCHANT,  ��������� IN ���������  G-ROCERIES,   PROVISIONS,  HARDWARE,  CLOTHING- AND BOOTS.  OPPENHEIMER & CO.,  WHOLE SALE  ��������� AND  ERCHA  BARKERVILLE.  1-s  EXPRESS   NOTICE.  AFTER THIS DATE,   BARNARD'S   EXPRESS IS  not responsible for damage on LIQUIDS shipped In  Tin or Glass,-.unless by special contract.  ���������Until further notice, tho Express will arrive hcr������  overv SUNDAY AFTERNOON,   and closo  for belovr  every WEDNESDAY, ut NINE o'clock, A. M.  every ������xa , ROBERT POOL,  Agent.  ;*Barkervillo; May 29th, 1867.    ��������� .        . .6 .  C OSM O POLITAN  Restaurant and Bakery/  BARKERVILLE.  npHE UNDESIGNED HAVING THOROUGHLY RE.  L novated his Establishment, lias reopened thesasno  fur tho accotnmudatltju or tho Public, and trusts io  merit a share of their patronage. Ills Bakery has also  undergone repair, and he is now ready .to cxecuU  orders from all who wish good bread.  JACOB VELTE, Proprietor.  June loth, 1867. ll-s  ha?:--Augttst. StampeKU ; _  SH O E WI AK ER,  BARKERVILLE.  A large assortment of Boots and Shoes always oa  ham). . ���������'      ������������������"'���������       ���������.'���������:��������� '���������  ���������  F ENTON    SALOON,  RICHFIELD.  ���������^HE UNDERSIGNED HOPES HIS OLD PIONEER  . L friends will give him a turn, as hn has cxp.Tiencftd  heavy we:ilher lately. E. P.: EDWARDS,  June 6th, 1S67. Pir-nerly or Edwards' Ranch.  : $50  REWAKD!  LOST.   .  Barkerville, on Thursday Evening last, a POCKET  lOOIC, containing Money and Notes.   Any one And-  I  N  Next Door to the Sentinel OmcE.-  B~rkcrville; 2flth J\m% 1867.  -.-BOOK, -a-^ v   in<< the same, and leaving it at the Wuke-upJake lies-  taurant, Birki-rvilie, will rt'cetv'o the above reward.  1st July, 1SC7.  . *'.     .  .    '���������:.  WE HAVE THIS DAV PURCHASED OF MESSRS.  YanV'olkenburgb k. Co. tho business of retail  Butchers, on Grouse Creek. Our purchase includes  all book ������r otlu-r accounts duetoihn late firm, and  wo would request all debtors to the late ftrm to mak)  immediate ptymentto us alone. In the future management of our business, wo will endeavor to merit  tho patronago of the patrons of our predecessors.  J. B. GREAVES,  I. VasVOLKENBURGH.  Grouso Creek, June 12th, 1867. W-lm  BELLA UNION  SALOON,  ��������� KEPT BY ���������  Mrs. Fanny Bendixen,  BARKERVILLE.  rpHIS SALOON, WHICH IS FITTED UP IN THE  X most elegant style, has just been opened to tha  public. None but tho best brands of LIQUORS and  CIGARS served al the Bar.  Tiiero is a PRIVATE SALOON for tho accommoda-  Hon of-customers.  Juno 10th, 1SG7. lm  Thos; L. BRIGGS .& Co.,'  CAMERONTON,  Havo just received, and offer for Sale,  WHOLESALE  OR  RETAIL,  AT LOW RATES TOU CASH,  200 CASES CHOICE BRANDS of LIQUORS  ��������� CONSISTING OF ���������  Brandy���������Martell, Hennessey, ������nd Otard Dupny.  Wines���������Purl, Sherry   Burgundy, and Claret; Son*  terne>s  French White Wine ; Suusevainc's Call*  forniaWiiito Wiue.  Champagnes���������Douche and Nhpolenn'a Cabin et.  Bitters���������Boker's, Siinsevaihc's, Orange nnd Hostct*  tor's, Vermouth, Absenthe, Peppermint and Anni*  sette.  Old Tom, Gin, and Scotch Whisky.  To arrive, in a few days���������500 gallons choice hrand*  of Braiiiiy, Wines. Whiskv, Rum, etc. .,'    .,  Also on hand���������20,000 lbs Extra Superfine Soda Crecc  Fluur, equal to.the byst brands in tho market       .  And to arrive in a few days���������2,COO lbs. Graham  Flour ; 1^000 lbs Cracked Wheat. ,  Goods roceivad on SroKAGBor Commission, at tn������  lowest market rates.  1st .July. 1867.  lm  Photographic Artist?  HAS NOW OPENED A PHOTOGRAPHIC GALLER); ���������)  at RICHFJELD, (for a short time only,) and is pre-  X>ared to take  Cartes  17  [aims, etc., Single or owreoscwpiu.  Portraits also taken on White Silk, Linen orwuw  Cloth.  Portraits Ulc*n in any kind ot. Weather.  RlcbQttW, 29th Juno, 186T.  im 1-8  h  ��������� i  ri  THE CARIBOO SENTMEL  M^'AMA"MONDAY,"'-JULY;S^i80//y " "  .:,: ������. ������>.: ' SUPREME; COURT.  y-A yA.  A'/ Al-'-.i   fe '^1$?^  The court met atlOo'clock,-  ^11 the cri-  nilhal cases having teen disposed of; His  Bonordischarged the petty jury and proceed-  AA-ed. tcyffie/hearing pf appeals, 5 The fir&t ihftoe  .. list-wai* the.       .   ,.���������"'���������  a,   .���������.-.,. . .,*������������������'  r    Canadian Co; ya; Grouse Co^The decision  **'-��������� ja tliis case by vthe h (xoid; Commissioner was  appealed ;by defendants.; Mfc A. *&i Robertson for appellants; Messre^ Barnst_ti aiid Park  for respondents.  'His Honor after'bearing the  arguments of. counsel ou both sides and referring to the 17th clause of Pail 1 of the ' Gold  , Fields Ordinance, 18()7, found that he, had ho  ..jurisdiction 111 the case, aa that Act cow  ttie Mining Court a Court of Record and declared e very decisibri ��������� iri that court i upbh-: al 1  matters of fact; to'.'.be final.   The record of the  court below was in these words.y "Judgment  for plaintiffs on the ground of priori ty of re-;  cord; and haying held and worked theiground  feirice the* date of record," whichfe'waefeciearly  a decisionr on matters of;fact with which the  Supreme  Court had ho power to'interfere;  ^iJisHonor coMni^ the casg;..*fciU i to-mqriow  T:ioras'toSaable"fiirii toiexa^noi^^iie^^  Williams CreekJ3edEock Plumb'Gd.Avai33i.  P. Synon���������Appealed by defendant. Messrs.  -Walker and Robertson for appellant, Mr.  Walkem for respondents. The case was argued at considerable length ou both sides, but  -as.the same difficulty occurred as in the preyed ing case His Honor took the matter un-  <der consideration until-to morrow.  ���������      ������. Thursday, July 4th, 1867.  f Canadian Co. vs. Grouse Co.���������His Honor  raaid that on 'carefully perusing tbe Act. he  felt convinced he had no power to interfere  with the decision of the court below. He  would therefore decline to make any order in  the case or tb allow costs.  Williams Creek Bed Rock Flume Co. vs. H.  P. Synon���������His Honor made the same ruling  in this as in the -.preceding case, awarding  ���������costs to neither-party as 'the Act made no  provision for this.  Mr..Walkem��������� Acts do. not generally provide for costs.  " Judger-rAct3 do not generally, give.,cora-  ;-panies other me us lauds, ifr. Walkem.  ��������� Grouse Creek Flume Co. vs. Canadian CoJ  ���������Appealed by defendants. Messrs. Barns ton  -and Park for appellants, and Messrs. Walker  and Walkem for respondents. This case was  disposed of as the preceding cases were, no  'order being made as to costs. .  Grouse Creek Flume Co. vs Black Hawk  Co.���������Appealed by plaintiffs. Messrs. Walker  and Walkem for appellants, Mr. Park for respondents.   Decision as in above; cases.  ;.;  GOLD: COMMISSIONER'S COURT..,  MINING INTELLIGENCE.  lm  yy  .{Before H. Mi Ball, Esq. )<. .,  AX-- y r/X/^^^fr^ JuVi 1867-  John Martin vs. Francis McKenny���������Th is  suit was brought by plaintiff to recbyer $750  mth interest and 'costs, being the amount  pid by him for a half interest in the Davis  Co. purchased from the assignees on the estate  of W. H.'Huskinson,.and which half interest  the plaintiff was ejected .from by a recent decision in the Mining Court. Judgment for  the plai 11 tiff with costs, to be paid out of the  proceeds' accruing to said half interest at present in the hands of the Receiver. r'Ay  ���������Grouse Creek Flume Co. vs. The Canadian  Co.���������-Application was made by the defendants counsel for a new trial, which was refused by the Commissioner on the ground  that he had ho power to reconsider a jndg-  meat given on matters of fact according to  the ruling of His Honor Judge Begbie in the  Supreme Court.  An application was made by the Canadian  Co. for an injunc.ion against John Adair <fc Co  to prevent them from working ground claimed by the Canadian Co., about which a suit is  now pending. Injunction refused, but a Receiver appointed.  Ball.���������The ball given on the eve of the 4th  at Cameronton, by Mrs. W, Allan, was a success notwithstanding the dull state of the  times. The orchestra under the able direction  of Mr. Chris, discoursed some spirit stirring  strains, which served to keep up the dancing  "^ith unflagging ardor till a late hour the following morning., The supper was all that the  most fastidious'coonoisseur could have desired  ^l the whole affair reflected credit on. the  hostess for the satisfactory manner in which  every arrangement was carried out.  H. B, Co.'s Stoke.-���������The new branch store  of the H. B. Co., in this town, was opened by  ������y Mr. Work on Tuesday last. A large stock  <tf goods a-ro expected in this week.  ; WILUAtfS CREEK. ,'.��������� fe-. ;;  ; No ma*rkedfeimprpyement can be noted in  mini ng matters, 0 n tlie. lower pprti oh! of Ih is  creek, since our last weeklyfetepprt:;: tbe.-ofc'  slnicted statejof the drain still;keeps Claims  in absolute;abeyance: And Irom all we can  learh^thereis no prbbabiiiti^-of-.claimsbeing  in a workable condition short of threev weeks  to coine.Ai though'we are inclined to the  hope that:theperiod;will not be so protracted  still It is better to know the worst; a9 there  are many men anxiously waiting tlie completion of the repairs, for anVopportunity to ^procure work; To these meri we would> there^  fore recoratnehd a trip to spme of the outlying  creeks,, from ytt^  cburaging, where their chances a, are; mote favorable,:-and their valuable ti me mayihe mp re  ���������p rofitab ly; speh t, th an- by id 1 i h g i t away here  at present.,yWo are pleased[to know that the  great amount of labor .which has been spent  on claims on the upper part of the creek, by  ground sluicing' this springes not without its  re ward^ as the results pf . the few; companies  which have just begun to clean: up; Clearly  testify// ���������' Ay- 'iy'/ A'A/AA ���������'-.' // A'AAy A AAA  Bradley-Nictiplson - co^��������� have commenced  drifting agai n, and ���������, are making abbn t wages.  ���������Taylor; co. continue ;:ground; sluicing.--  Deadwood co; (tunnel)/ have gotiheir incline  finished, and ha ve started washing,, with; goo<3  prospects;���������Jenny Lihd coiiave found ground  ^hafrwilty^^  ing: tp;drain their diogings^Fprward.cp; ex-  pec t to take out good pay this week.���������Casket  co. are making over wages.���������McLaren co.will  commence 'washing this week.���������Wilson co.  washed up for the week, S10C0.���������Brouse co.  will start washing \ip this week, as will also  the Dutch Bill co.���������Tennessee co. washed tip  for the week, being tbe result of two meirs  work, 50 oz,���������Stead man co. will start cleaning  up towards the end of' week.���������Six-Toed-Pete  co. cleaned up for. week about 30 oz.���������Cornish co. continue, hydraulicing.���������Bed Rock  Flume co. are pushing ahead very speedily ;  it is thought they will be up to -their owo  ground in eight or ten days.���������The Dielz, Forest Hill. Tontine, San Francisco, and other  companies, are busy ground sluicing.���������Chipps  co. have not got on pay yet.���������Barker co. -dve.  afeout to let a contract for sinking a new shaft  to-day.���������Davis co. washed up for week 110,  oz.r���������Aurora co. washed up for week 45 oz.���������  Bo real is co. cleaned up for week 47 oz.���������  Never-Sweat co. are making over wages.���������California co. are making wages.���������Forest Rose  co. washed-out for week 45 oz.���������Prairie  Flower co. are making  washed for week 40-oz.-,-  wages.���������Raby co.  STOUTS CULCH.  The Al tu ras co. co n ti n ues to y iel d largel y.  Tho wash up for the week was 184 oz.���������Jenkins co. cleaned up 40 oz.���������The Taft Vale co.  having got their shaftyc'leaned out. will begin  washing this week.���������Mucho Oro co.-took put  20 oz. for the week, in running over dirt?two  or three feet from bed rock. They have let a  contract to the Jenkins co. tpfedraia their  ground.,-.. ���������     ������������������.������������������/ ������������������ A"-." . yl/;'  '.'.'.'.' ���������'.. fe' . CONKLIXS' GULCII.     fe ,    ."; m . 'y  The. Ericcsbn co. made something over  wages and expenses last'.-; week.~-The. :Uniteel  co. cleaned up for the three days up to  Th urs day las t, 105.0 z.; h ay e n p t sin ce w as bed  xip,_~Reid co. washed up 20 [oz; 0h Thursday,  but have not cleaned up, since.^-Hpod co.  are in 325 feet with their tunnel,: and ;have  struck a thick seam of sand lying in a layer  of the rock.-���������Just-struck-it cb. are in 75 feet  with their tunnel.���������Renfrew co. have1 resumed  sinking their shaft, being now do wh 37 feet.  ���������Indian Queen co. are making , from $10 to  $i2 a day to the hand^^-Galoiir co. are in 150  feet with their tunnel.���������Moonlight co. have  not commenced to wash .yet; prospects are  good.' ��������� ���������  .       NELSON CHEEK.  This creek at present affords employment  for twenty-five men, who are all making from  S7 a day and upwards, in shallow ground, in  the centre of the creek. . Great hopes are entertained of hill diggings being struck.  CANTON CREEK mS'l'lUCr.  Mr, Murphy, who left this district on the  2nd inst., has kindly favored us with the following particulars :���������  CANYON -CHEEK.  There are about 150 Chinamen at work on  this creek, but with what success cannot be  ascertained,   There are no white men here.  ��������� TEftRY CHEEK,  . On this creek, which is ai tributary to the  last named one, there are about fifteen white  men working, and making from $6 to $8 per  day. The Chinese who will number about  forty, are ail making wages. These diggings  are Very shallow, and easily worked, averaging from three to live feet in depth. The  bottom, or false bed rock, is a species of lava.  through which no one has yet sunk, but it is  believed that if the real bedrock was reached  good pay would bo found- The gold obtained, thcugb not very fiae, is of a ficraggy  character, showing evident t?ign9 of its expulsion from quartz in the immediate vicinity.  ;y GpVEKNMKNT CUEKIC, <   A  ^fnto which Hixoh creek empties itself, is a  very extensive creek, and wholly occupied by  Chinese, wbo will number about sixty, the  result Of whose labors, however, can only be  arrived at by their' own admission that '"  are taking out a little gold. .  fe       HIXOX CREEK.     ;��������� fefe  :. There are about twelve men at work on the  Washburne quartz lode. The company are in  high'hopes and spirits, having found .some  very rich rock, but as -yet have discovered no  well defined ledge, the rock being obtained  from veins and spurs.���������Some eleven or twelve  white men are working surface diggings, and  making from. $8 to $9 a day. No bed rock  has yet been reached on this creek.-r^There is  a store, restaurant and saloon here, and the  Chinamen supply the camp with beef at 25c.  per lb. ; flour sells at 25 and 20 cents ; provisions are plentiful at present; Many ol* the  miners here have cultivated small patches of  ground, and are raising vegetables, which appear to be growing very luxuriantly. Before  our informant left, two Indians came into  camp, bringing several large pieces of gold,  which they stated had been picked up by  them at a place some sixty or eighty miles  from Canyon creek, on the western side of the  'Fraser. As the Indians are well known to;  Messrs. Pollock and Geddon, of Hixon creek,  ~tbeS(: ge/itleinen are"abonr*to*'f6rm*ii'party to'  accompany them to the locality. The expedition will start next Thursday, from Quesnelmouth.  ,."���������������������������'" '.-.fey '������������������  within two months.. I have thus  on this flume because I consider it to be tb*  best put up work of the kind in the whole  colony." It reflects the greatest credit on the '  energy and industry.of the foreman of tho  company, Mr. Wm. Hazeltine, and pf the ciW  who so ably seconded the exertions of their  skilful; captain. On striking the bed-rock,  they got a prospect of S2 25 to a pan of dirt,.  and I found the company greatly elated about  it, when I arrived.   I   should think .some of  NOTES  FROM   OUR  CORRESPONDENT.  [A trip to Cedar Creek via Aulter Creek.]  . ; There ^re. about one hundred miners on  Antler creek/doing but very little just nbw,ih  the way of money-making. But as the most  of ..the companies have done nothing so far  other than making, preparations to carry on  their work, better times arc anticipated.   On  SNOW SHOE CRKKK,  Twelve white men and tweuty Chinamen  are workinghere; Scott & Co. are about ready  to "hydraulic: the remainder of the companies  are taking out but very little gold, if any. On  KEITULBY?S CREEK, . '���������   There.are 22 white men, and sixteen Chinamen. Amoug the former,-about one-half is  taking out-more or le33 gold; while the other  half is merely* prospecting. .-Eleven of'the  Chinamen above-mentioned are sawing lum*  ber and making, other preliminary preparations to Hume the bed of the creek, near its  mouth, where good pay is supposed to exist.  K0KTII FORKS "OF "ftUESNlX. ���������  From the forks of Quesnel, up the north  branch, there are, scattered along the river,  one hundred Cbinameu aud six white men, all  making more or less.  -COQUET   CREEK.  Twenty celestials aro mining on this creek?  and are reported to be doing, well. Thiscreeki  which empties into south fork lake, two and  a half miles below Cedar, is a good looking  creek. It is a matter of regret that it should  have been abandoned to Chinamen, when in  such hard times as we experience now; many  a broken miuer could have made there a nice  living, while runniug the chance of striking  something better.  CEDAR CREEK  :'-Is, to be sure, the most promising of all the  creeks I visited in my late rambles. About  fifty white men are working on this creek,  with more or less success. Tbe Aurora co.  had, last Sunday, a first dividend of 11 oz. to  the interest, with, every indication that tbeir  claim will continue to pay, at the same rate,  during the whole season. I hardly ever saw  such a lot of good boys plodding along to-  gether. The Aurora co. have their Hume  completed, which is about 20^0 feet iu h.ngth  to where it dumps into the lake, thirty inches  high, and twenty inches wide inside, with a  regular grade of four inches to every twelve  feet, and ia laid on solid stringers resting on  mud-sills. The bottom is paved with blocks  two feet long,"on an average, and three and  a-half inches thick. For 1750 feet it is laid in  a straight line,' and what will appear surprising to some, stones, weighing from one hundred to two hundred pounds arc carried  through it down to the lake. Previous to tbe  laying of their flume, they were obliged to  clear off a whole forest of huge trees and underwood. They, struck the bed rock in their  claim, with the head of the fiume, fifty feet  above their lower line, and have a dump at  the end of it, of six feet six inches above the  level of the water in the lake. A few weeks  ago, their flume, which-was yet unfinished,  got covered for ten or twelve feet deep with  tailings, owing to the last freshet, Which  caused so much damage to Williams creek.  Notwithstanding all the difficulties they had  to contend with/this. work w$e ^mpbte-d  them were iiiratbcr too,.high spirits !!   tfut,  ������������������ honni soit qui' mal.. y pehse."   The-others  companies are, for the most part, taking;out  more or less pay.    I" may state that I saw oii  Cedar creek a most contentod set of miners.; A,  None of them seemed to.care about working  on Sundays, and when the weather is fair>.  tbey go racing on the lake, which abounds : .  with Ssh of a most excellent quality.   A town  has sprung up a- few ��������� hundred feet'. from the.  Iake4.1t contains two stores, one kept by-  Mr, Isaac Lipset,and the other by Mr. Gibson}  one restaurant and a butchcrVshop, both  kept by a son of the flowery kingdom. : Tho  boys speak very highly of him, as he gives  unlimited "jawbone," to any one who ap* ;  plies for it, which is saying a great deal for a  Mongolian.    Mr. Sellers is  puttiug  up tho  most substantial buildiug in the camp, and  will be ready to open it as a hotel in a week  or two. '.  GENERAL. ASPECT OF THE COUNTRY.  South fork lake'js probably the most beau*..  'tfful sheet of water in British " Columbia; ex*"  tending as it does from a spur of the Vocky '.  mountains, down to within.a few miles of tho  forks of Quesnel, being no less than from 80 '[yi  to 100 miles long.   Numerous creeks, which"  seem superficially to have all the -signs of--;  being gold bearing, And their outlets into thi3 ���������:.  lake.   The scenery along the. lake; is "most..  beautiful, and: vegetation grows there most '.  luxuriantly. ; From the fait of niy picking up  any amount of ripe strawberries/oh the first  of July, at the lower end of tbe lake, Tinfer- '������������������'������������������  red that the temperature- must bo a good deal    ���������  milder there than up here.   It is much to be y  regretted that, the attention of the govern*;'  ment was not directed to this vast scope of'  unprospected' country, when it was'fitting up,  .  at  such heavy, cost, the exploring  parties  which  ended * so. disastrously.    The  result  might -have been very different.' I do not  make this remark out of any spirit of cr-xti*' '������������������  cism, fori believe no bfame'ean be attached  to any one. : All hope is not yet lost, how*  ever.   Several .parties are now. exploring this [������������������ ���������  sec ti on of co u n try, and: we: may,* a t any ra 0-  ment, hear some good news from that quarter*-  The evening before Heft Cedar-creek, a Span*'*- :  iard and two other white men came in from a  creek emptying into" the lake forty-five miles  above   the latter.   They reported   having  found some gold, but declined saying what :  quantity.   They were to return after, having  boughfsome supplies. Had the same amount  of capital and labor been expended on tho  other side of Bald Mountain, as has been on  this, I have no doubt that  good diggings  would have been struck.   Cedar creek haa  been known since '53 or 'oil. and still no  great amount of prospecting had beeri done  there  till   last  summer.   How  many such  creeks there are in that section, of country*  ultimate prospects and time alone will tell,  ���������   CAPTAIN XnTCUELL  Is still on his feet, doing the piloting ou th*  lake at a very reduced price. If the trails hd  has opened through the wilds havo done him .  more harm than good thus far, they prove, at  least, to be of great benefit to the people oa  Coquet and Cedar creeks, and to prospectors  generally in that portion of the country;  Captain Mitchell deserves to succeed iu his  undertaking, and no one wishes it more  heartily than myself.  ''.'*' MOSQUITOES.  I would respectfully advise parties going to  take tbeir chances at prospecting, not to start  without being well provided to contend with  this most formidable, though small foe, with  which the atmosphere is swarming this season  -     l'ltlCES OF PROVISIONS  ON CEDAU CREEK.  Flour, 25 Cents per lb.; bacon, 75 do.; hut*  ter, (fresh), $1 25 do. ; beef, from 50 to 35c,  per lb.   No clothing of any kind.        H. D������  MlTRDKP. AT   KoOTXETf���������MCRUEREU LyNCUEO  by Citizens.���������Latest accounts from Kootney  state that a well known character  called  ������-( whistling Dick,"  shot the constable, Mr.  Lawson, while attempting to arrest him, cm a  charge of horse stealing.. Mr. Lawson died .  from the effects of the wound.   The miners  .  turned  out,   followed   the   murderer, and;  lynched him.���������The death of Judge Caggin,  Commissioner for Kootney district, is a^o reported.   The particulars have not transpired.    .  BIRTH.���������At Victoria, oa tlie 27tb ult:, the wife  of Mr. G. E. Sias, of a daugbter.  MABRIED.���������At Victoria, on the 16th 11 It., C>.rl<i  BoBSi, to Petrottilla, clrtost daughter of P. Mw'.nna, S?n.  At Victoria, ou tbo 25;h uit.j hy the Rev. Tborua4 '  SoraerviUe, AteKamierBruckmaiD,. Bsq , of the Wcswra... .  Uuioa Telegraph Compaq, ,^o Utt?s >etitoE; Smita, m .  Ptilfc^lpbi^ Pa... '  ��������� .'.. ������������������  ��������� - ���������������������������  ��������� \  Ay  i HOW DR.LIVINGSTONE WAS KILLED'.  :     Official 'information of the death of .Dr. Livingstone has been received:'at the British for-  yexgn office.   He wa3  during a  *,���������  |  Had unprovoked encounter with. the. very  Zulus, of whom, in the last despatch/received  from hira (dated Ngomana, May 18th,) be  s.tid that they had; laid waste the country  round about him. With.an escort reduced to  - twenty, by desertions, deaths" and dismissals,  he;had traversed the terra incognita between  ; eastern'shore ot laice i\yassa, nau uios&eu wc  . lake at sonie point not yet ascertained, had  reachedya station named Kkmpnnda, on it-  wester n or nor tb western shore, and was push-  in g. westward,' or north westward into danger-  . oua ground, when between Marenga and Mak-  lisoora, a band of implacable savages stopped  , the way j a mixed herd of Zulus or Mafite,  and Nyassa folk. The Nyassas were armed  with bow and arrow, the Zulus with the traditional shield, broad-b laded spears and axes.  With Livingstone there were nine or ten musketeers ; his Johanna raea were resting with  their loads far in the rear. The Mafite instantly came on to fight.   'There was no par-  /. ley, no avoidance ot the combat.   They came  0 n with a r u sh, wi th war c r ies.. rattl i n g thei r  ��������� ������  shields with their spears.*  As Livingstone and  ;:*:hirparty raised���������the rr~*i>fco���������3y;&^  ���������.. moment was checked.   Livingstone iired; and  two Zulus were1shot, dead; :His boys fired,  but their fire- was harmless;   He was in the  . act of reloading, when '.three-Mafites.i leaped  .. upon him through the smoke. There was.no.  resis tan ce ;.- th ere co u Id:.. b ey. n o n e ;. o n o. axe-  cut'from behindpufchim;out of life... He fell,  and his ��������� terror-s tr i ck en escbr t fled. . 0 ne- bl*  * thej fugitives .escaped; andhe'tells the tale���������-.  ��������� Aii Moosa,.chief of his escort of porters.. One  bl o w. .kil 1 ed, Dr. Li y I rigs to ne out righ t: -". ; He  had: no:;other: wound .but this terrible gash;  ,. Yeom : the A.descri p tion,. ���������; it in ust. h ay e . go ne  ���������������������������- through the-,necj_* and ��������� spine up to the: throat  -.;  ih:; front.yIt: had- .aearly.;'decapitated   him.  Heath came merciful. in .; its' suddenness..  The'  . -Mafite had respected him .when dead, for he  wi^.: stripped.only of hisy.outer, clothing.   A  - grave ;��������� was dug with -; sticks, =>and;*. the , body  '.fe.'buried.'.fe.;A.yyyyi���������������������������" ��������� ;'������������������ A:'.AiiA   iy   - '���������'..'--���������  what-a -father ; and sqn think of  Aaaa//'/'/" each other;." - ��������� 'aa/a -.���������������������������  " y  y'A. '���������'   ' '   - "   ~ ���������".''   _ii ���������y  '.'���������'"������������������   ,--",���������* ....  A AI jord Stanley j\ who holds" ��������� a; p osi ti o n: in the  \   cabinet of his father, Lord  Derby, is as cold-  .    blooded as hisI-father is impulsive.    The following is! told of them by a correspondent :-J-  :."���������';   Lord Stanley is said to:have observed,'"My  fath er * w 6 uld b e a v������e ry ab 1 e man���������i f h e knew  % any th irig, ;?* and Lord > Derby,   wh en   aske d  why be had not sent bis translation of the  IHiad to ���������, his son, is rumored to have replied  that^he;\yas waiting til lit should be printed  in prose; and published in the form of a blue  . book.  :Lbrd Stanley is not only a puzzle to  men ; h e is m ii ch in o re. a p uzzle to lad Ies.  They cannot understand how the eldest son  of a peer, should have reached the fortieth  year, of his age  a'bachelor?   Amongst tbe  great families they question; some ^ years ago  .was asked in a way that may be described as  frantic.   Such conduct was declared to be inexplicable, and th e a th ey b egan to ex p 1 ai n: i t.  He had been crossed- iulove;, he had a liasou;  his-.understanding  was all that was manly  about bim. and so  on through  the gamut of  foiled flirtatious, and baffled female intrigues.  .Gradually:the fact became so familiar-that the  ; .; wo^ctei^^iylnchfeat bad at,firsts awakened grew.  A Jes^yfejBright cyes 16;oked lipoivhiniicarelessly.:  y ;^U;������^d;shaft is^ sent, at .him a ty times; but this  --;���������:'; is, loss; i n't fi. e spiri fc '6I fe ho p e: III air rof vKiiseb iefv  ���������; :Ho^ has :;iiyed; do wn their^^attempts. y Forty>  A"-" iair,:;Iboking- with  brown hair, smooth face,  com e I y fe atu res :, and Id nd I y eyes," be wou I d  not wan fc a partner. in a ball room, whateyer,  ���������: bis!conclition iii 1 ife. : Add to this the hcirship  to the tb i rd earl do m; in th e Ian d, ��������� ���������wi th a iron t-  xo\l of ������100.000. a -year,' and the ��������� premiership  ������������������'.���������" o f'. a ���������. g rea.fe pol it i cat p (t r ty-^.wh ere cp ul d so  marriageable a man-elswehere be found ?, vSo  out of all precedent i3 this anomaly, that his  1 ord shl p m ay thin k hi msel f to i- tu inite tb at a  p ri v ate bill li as [ ii 6't b een p ro pose din pa r 1 ia-  , meht' on the subject���������coinpelling him to  marry for the sake of his order, and an ex-  pec tan t p eft r-r id den cp na try.  VICTORIA ADVERTISEMENTS.  f-A MALLANDAiSiS,��������� COLLKCTOlt. AND  OENEEAL  ���������jA AOliNT, Government-Street.. Victoria,.V." I.'" IrS  ��������� -4 fe FRANKELv Victoria, Y..T., Deiiler in.Foas,  Jxv. Skins, Hinss, Wbor,,-&c. ��������� Lib cral; art varices made  on Fiirs.consignftil.  .S-of^rcnoC���������G. Satro & Co.^ Kd'n-  Ixnti Bros. 'Victoria,-.V. I. '      -y       ���������!^-'  ?"1   : SUTBO ��������� & CO.,   1^ PORTERS   AXD . DfiAtBK8 .W  AJ-   CIGAR>, TOBACCO, Mocrshttum Pipes, &c, S E  Cyrher ot* Ya test and 'WTii-irl' strict, :Victoriit ,    ���������     y  Afr WONG-. LEE & CO S^ Con mission- Merchants, I Mr  XV port fins," a n d O "ja Iter's i n 0 hirios c Gooos, Tf << toria;  V. L, Yalo, Liilooet, Qaesnolmouth, ana Williams  Crack.        ' .    ���������   ���������    ������������������          1"s...  L������M__  :nbw advertisements.  BARKERVILLE.  AS CONSTANTLY ON, HAND A CHOICE SE-  _.^ lection of Drugs axd Patent Micdicines, including tho celebrated Golden Balsam, antt-.Murpiiv^s  ���������Mixtures,' lor tbe complete cure of Secondary Sypbil is.  Also a great variety of Sarsnparillas, Hair Brushes,  Tooth Brushes, Comb*, Tooth Powders, Sponges, Fancy  S6aps| IfUbln's Extracts,- Rose Water 'und-'olher Fer-  iuineries, Garden Seeds, &c, &c. . .,; . ���������  v'Just received���������an assortment of Stationery, Pocket  Diaries for 1S67, and Billiard Table articles^  P. <S���������Prescriptions carefully compounded.     1-s  THE DNDERSIGVED- IS: NOW PREPARED TO  afford every, accommodation to the travelling public, nnd hopes by a strict attention to business, to  merit a share of the patronage bestowed on tho former  proprietors. This is one of the innst comfortable and  commo<"iou3 Hotels on the 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 in the upper country. The BAR Is  stocked with the best of Liquors, and tho choicest  Cigars.  ������3- MEALS,   $1 50   KACH..-^  The stabling for Horses is. till that could be desired,  and the ch urges are very moderate. Hay for Horses  per day, $2 } Oats and Barley at the cheapest market  ���������"The undersigned hag a large quantity of OAT HAY  on hand, for sale in largo or small quantities.  ��������� 1-s JOHN PELLETIER, Proprietor,    ,  ROADSIDE APYERTISE^IENTS.  for  WILLIAM   Mo WHA/  LYTTON  CITY, B. C,  Begs to inform the' public generally that ho has  ' On his premises for upwards of 200 Horses.  ���������     Hay and Oats for Sale cheap.  GOOD SADDLE HORSES FOR HIRE.  -TERMS   MODERATE:   ' Vs  BOSTON BAR, B. C,  Wholesale and Retail Merchant in  GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS,  LIQUORS, DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, &0.   Is  v VICTORIA: ADyERTISEMENTgr  Tlie  Bonaparte House,  CEMLEN & PARKE, Proprietors, at tho  O Junction of the Cariboo and Big Bend Roads, i*  now.open for tho accommodation of the public. Distance from Clinton, 26 miles; from SavanaSSteamboat  Landing, 22 miles; from Spt'nee's Bridge, .'i0 mile?.  Travellers will IIml prices and accommodations to suit  the times. Give them a call. Stabling, Hay & Grain;  attontivo-hostlers. Stages leave here regularly for  vale, and Cariboo 1-s  L O N P O "N^ H O "OVS^fe  ;  .       GOVERNMENT STREET,' VICTORIA.^ '  WHOLESALE .AND, RETAIL,' '  j. H. TURNER ASl CO. >  ,.���������*.���������-     ���������    ���������-   i  IMPORTERS OF  English & FrencH Silks, Shawls, Dresses, JJn-  ' derclothiug, -Gloves, and > every description'of '  ..Drapery Goods.   ...  Receive regular supplies- by. Express via. Panama nad  ���������  by sailing vessels via' Cape Horn;    "    '"*  $3- Particular attention given to all orders,'  London Tirm���������J. P. Tuxstam. & Co'.   ;M >      1-g  ���������  ���������y       '   ESTABLISHED 1858; ..  ���������' -'-A.   y  VJCTORIA SEED STORE  Corner of Langley Alley and Yates StVyi  MESSRS. JAY & BALES   /  Have opened the above premises with a larga  and well assorted-Stock a : -A a  FOSTER,   OF  CHEMIST  HAS FOR SALE, and constantly-on hand,  u well.assorted Stock of Drugs, all tho Chemicals  uied byfepliysicians, Photographers, Assaycrs .'and  Mechanics. Also the popular Patent Medicines, and  [Druggists'.sundries. ��������� ���������   .fe ;  .Cupsh  'I'ngbt'..Moulds,'  ,   Retorts, Crucibles,  Muffles  etc., etc.-       ������������������ '. .    rRESCl������PTIO.VS FAiTHFCLLY prepared.  F. .W. FOSTER, .  Chemist ;  mal  - YALE   ADVERTISEMENTS..  BENJAMIN' DOUGLAS, Successor-:"to.; A.. O.  "WELLS,-'Saddle and' Harness Mo leer, Vale, B. C.  '..���������J&3F A complete assortment of Stock constantly on  hand.' ���������'        fe fe "fe ;-.���������'���������   ,1-s  P  r  :  Front feSTRKKT, Yai.e, B. C,  BEGS TO ANNOUNCE to the inhabitants of Cariboo  that he intends to forward (as soon as the state of  the Roads will permit),   a large and well ftssortcd  stock of Cookrxo Stovks, which ho will disposo of at  Pricls to Suit thk Timbs'.  Yale, 8th April ,1807. 1  ���������-ST0SAGE ������������������MD; F0RWAEBII6.  FIREPROOF WAREHOUSE!  PARTIES DESIROUS of shipping freight With Dispatch, will find it to their advantage by giving us  a call before engaging elsewhere.  ALWAY k BX1VRY.  Yalo; April 8th. ISo". 1-s  Ayy few. H.'Sutton,  EALER IN Wises, Liquors and CiOars, Coal Oil,  Coal Oil Lamps, ic,  AGENT FOR BUNSTER'S ALE !  Iu Bbb: andh&lfBbls.  Yale,-April 18th, WQ1,  1-s  Storage and For warding!  ,    -   talS, b. o:  PARTIES SHIPPING..GOODS BY THE", YALE-LYT-  ������������������Toif'.'KoFTB, are' an"vjisecf'.that..;,'.;.'fe''.'"  fe';'; ":-.'_;: ;''/ -KIMBALL.' &. GLADWIN.,, ''[���������'/'.,.���������-.[  '��������� Have,erected an extensive Storehouse 'and. Dock at  Yale, and are prepared to Receive, Store^ and Forward"  Goods. .Goods re-pacKCd, and freights'eugaged at the  Lowest Rates;  Parties shipping^oods through* us will please mark  to the care of  Is '��������� KIMBALL & GLADWIN.  BLUE   TENT,  '       ���������OR ���������  127   MILS   HOUSE.  rraB UNDEDS1GNTCD HAVING PURCHASED THIS  J cl esi rahhJ prop er t<v, i s n (*w Prepared to a cc<u a rn o-  date the travelling public. Tho' table is suppliod with  th e v er v I) es t ol via n ds. The b ed roo tus a nd bed s arc  as com tWtab I o as cou 1 rl. bu desirod, an d the��������� B A R .con-.  tains nothing-but the best brands of LIQUORS and  CIGARS. ,    ���������     ������������������'  '    ���������' "   y y -  A cood stoclc of Grain and Hay always on nnnd.  '.��������� 3rd May, 1867. . .        .3  I  7- NVATSON, V/atchmakey, Jeweler  'Wm aad'SJngraver, Oovorniuent street, MxtfPfy  oitriiiy.. hiptofo* Hotel., Vic torn, V. L  W. WRIGHT.  VAN .'WIHKLE STORE.  rriHE: UNDERSIGNED begs to inform the miners and  1 residents.in ft around Van Winkle that lie wil] in future keep an assorted aud GOOD STOCK on hand, and  hopes by close attention tb business, and by selling  at LOWER. RATES than heretofore, to. meet the pa-  trotta������e'ofali. ��������� .,.--......,  . .  Orders from outlay ing creeks accompncjcl 'nth tne  CASH, will be forwarded with prompniw.s ;iad dis-  patcb. -A.A.  ". ......  /t--^-,T?,rm3 CABH.^'ithoTit distmouon.  l/      . ��������� 3. W.  LTKDHARO.  164'IEE 01 i)IEFXI������EK HOUSE  TS OPEN FOR THE ACCOMMODATION OF" THK  X Travelling public; the bed rooms nro spacious and  airy and the Bods cannot., be surpassed for cleanliness  and comfort by any in the lower country ������������������" the Table is  always .supplied with the best .of victuals.. Stabling  for Horses; Hay, Oats and Barley constantly on hand.  BOYD & HEATH, Proprietors,   ���������  THIS HOUSE Is situated 26 miles froni Quesnelmouth.  The proprie tors havi u g lately.fi tted u p* bod room s  and good Beds ari now prepared'to afford every accommodation for Travellers; the Table is furnished with all  the luxuries that can be procured; the Bar is well supplied with the best brands of Liquors and Stars'; pood  Stabling. Hay, Oats and Barley. ��������� 'jesg-Thc CHEAPEST  House on the Road. A'Airi.   j.1-8  id. ait" lmrnm: souse.  -...  .  .  rnHlS OLD AND WELL KNOWN HOUSE has been re-  .1 ccntly.opened by the undersigned, who will uiako  it his constant study by-using every orideaVonr to accomodate the traveling public, to d.p.st'.rye a share of the  patrnnagft bestowed*on the lormer occupants.,  ������������������^g*- The Bar contains nothing but tuc very best of  LTOUORS and CIGARS.    Give bim ncall_   "  LIQUORS  fe l^s  EDWARD    TROFATTER  COLONIAL   HOTEL,  SODA   CREEK.  GREAT REDUCTION has been made in the charges  at tbis establishment, so .*>s to suit the times.  Meals, $1;  Beds, 75 Cents.  McLEESE & SENAY,  Proprietors.  May   1st,   1867.    ��������� }*  12S MILE HOUSE,  A LAKE LA HAGUE.  F. WALTERS, formerly of the 94 Mile House,  _ . having purchased this Ranch., is now prepared  to accomodate the traveling public with GOOD MEALS.  nnd BEDS at moderate rates. 1-s  THE ASHCROFT HOUSE  MESSRS. CORNWALL'S.  A T THIS WELL KNOWN HOUSE. b:ilf-way between  ri. Spence's Bridge and Clinton, on tho Yaie Route.  Travellers will iiud Good Accommoda tiori... The best of  1 i vi ng; of- Liquors, arid of Win es ;; Fresh Bu tter, -Milfe  and Vegetables.' i Good'Stai)ling and cheap feed.... 1-s,  : ���������' in mile hgiise:   fe  AGE IS NOTHING!  BLOOD WILL TEJ.LI  nplUS HOTEL IS LARGE AND  WELL FITTED UP  J. for the comfort of travelers; the Table, is_supplfe.il  with the hest of everything that can be proeunj.'and  the cooking j,s not inferior to n������y on tho road; Bedrooms  for families; Stabliug, Kay, liarley and Oats.  . Xfof* Tho i rail toGodaran t Horse - Fly .Creek's leaves  the Wagon Road at this place,  1-s Wm. HENDERSON.  FO RE St_ HOUSE.  36 mts post,  BT5TWBBN' YALE AND LYTTON. B. C.  riiRAVELLERS will find every accommodation at this  1 Hotel.   Excellent Cooking.   GOOD BEOS.    .  STABLING FOR.HORSES.  TIMOTHY HAY and OATS at Lowest Rates.  BOOTHROYD  BRO'S,  ��������� 1-s. "    Propri uters.  -' BOSTON.  CAR.  International   Hotel.  nPHTS WELL KNOWN HOUSE is now open for tra  X vt'llers.    Tho Table is snppiied as formerly with  th e b ost th e m a rket a (fori 1 s, a n ������������������ I tb e Coo k j n g c a n not  he excelled.    The Bar is sto eked with the finest Li  quobs and Cioarb. ���������' GOOD BEDS.  ���������WJ.LLTA11 CHARTERS  Ls .< J'reprieto?;  OF  ��������� AND-FLOWER SEEDS. 'A     '  The business of the late firm of Jay & Co., Fort 3t.������  nnd Springfield Nursery, will bo carried on by>'them:  in all iu$ branches. .   y    f   ' .������������������;���������*  Fruit Trets aud Bushes,, Evergreen nnd Deciduous  Shrubs, Bulbs and Flowering plants of every descrip.  tion; ;.-;.; y~-���������~- ---** 'A'A'A ~My M}y^:'~  OUR   COFFEE,  WE   ARE   F.ORWARDIKO.  A A/  FIRST CLASS-"^-inr *f  Packed in Tins of from two to twenty-five pounds  each.. '��������� fe-.,- '���������*���������>; ..fefe-- . *   . ���������; -���������' - ��������� - '.���������".'  ������������������'���������:. WILSON. &. MURRAY,/; y  IrS Fort street, Victoria.,..    .  THOS. WILSON & GO.  DIPORTBRS OF ENGLISH; MERCIIADI2E :  Wholesale and Retail, .; ;  ��������� ; ���������?  -DEALEES IN DRY GOODS, &C.y ,  . Masonic Hall Government Street Victoria.   1-s-.  ' ' :: j.;& BEEDY/fe.;       .;;_  COM^IISSION. __   FORWARDING AGENT,  1I7ILL   PAY   PARTICULAR   ATTENTION. TO  SF..' :  VV-.. lectin^, purchasing, or forwarding-Goods for tbo  upper country... .-.;���������.'���������.  yy  Any commission entrusted to his care, will receive*  prompt attention.  ..  ��������� References :���������W. A.. M.acham,- E. A. Wadiiams, T.  Ha urea,. J.J. Bramly., '"'  Victoria, April, 1SG7. ���������      .    1  *   . .    .   'i.������������������   . i        ii    - .  HOTEL-DE FRANCE,  Government Stuekt, Victoria, V. I.   iy  THE RESTAURANT is supplied with all tha  delicacies ol the season, and ih������ sleeping, accomo-  ���������lation is replete with ^vevy comfort. The best of  Wines. Liquors and C^ars.  1-s ,L BIGNE;k CO.. Proprietors,  A. W. PIPER,  CONFECTIONER,  Government Street, opposite the Theatre.  CANDIES of every description manufactured and  sold, Wholesale and Retail.  1-s  ENRY GREENBAUM, WHOLESALE LIQUOR  1 1 Stork, Importer of l'ine Mijkrsohaum Pii'ES, Stop*  Mouthpieces, Cigurs and Tobacco, Johnson struct, Victoria, V. L ' 1-s'"  TULES RUEFF, CoMHissro.v Mruckant,  Boyd  O   Hotel Building, Wharf street Victoria, V. I.   1-s  CLEAL'S CoFFKK Hoc.se and Restaurant,  ��������� . Govern meh t Street, Victoria��������� ��������� V,, L Th is is the  cheapest,' most comfortable, and best attended E3tab-  lirfhment.in the City;., V .���������������������������.A:..yAy.yyi.;yyy'Ay  The, BAR is al ways s u p p lied with tho choi cost of  Wi.VKS-,-i.;iQrdR8and-Cic;A'������s.. '���������-    ���������������������������;��������� ������������������-"*��������� *y'' _���������������������������* i-S";::  DAILY and WEEKLY '." BRITISH COLO NIST-  and VICTORIA CHRONICLE. 'J Orders for mailing either the Daily nr Weekly issues of the above lo  any part of Europe, tho United S tu tes, Canada, Australia, &c./left at this office or sent to Victojia. will be-  a tic n d ed to. Te hms 3 n ad va n ce., *��������� W k bkmt, ISiuob .,  with posture, $7 50 ; 6mos. do., $4 76. HUjQUf, 12  inos do., 823 ; 6inns do., $12 50. *  A. BULER &, CO.'S  T1HEAP Stove: LADIES' and GENT'S CAST OFF  \j Clothing bought and sold. Secomlhand Watches,  Guns, Pistols, kn , for sale. l     '  JGGy Government street opposite the Theatre.   1-s  A CASAMAYOU begs leave to state that he  il.. has removed liis stock of Goods consisting of Gro.:  Ckriv.s, &c'., irom Wbarf street to tho BrIck Buildin.?  on Yates street, adjoining Cowpcr's Boot. Store, opl>0"  site WdIs, Fargo k Co.        , '  He will sell his Goods by Wholesale,: at tlie lowest  rates, for cash .��������� ��������� fefe l������s  imLLIAM SELNER, dealer in DnvOB, M***"..  M   cixi-:s and CiiKMiCAJi, Frtiiey and Toilet Articles,  Sponges, Brushes, Per lummy, ifec.    Physiciuns' Pre- >  scriptions carefully compounded and orders.answerou  with care and dispatch.'   Victoria, V.L    ' . !-s iAj\  Free Port for Ever  T  WE THE UNDERSIGNED  TAKE   pleasure in n������*  \\   nonnr.ing (n our numerous  customers and.-ta"  public, that we will supply them with the best French  Lkatheh Boots (duty free) ever offered in B; C.  tfaf-Atour old Stand, Govornment SU, Victoria,-VI  l-������ ���������        CHARITY k BUTLEJR.


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