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The Cariboo Sentinel 1868-07-22

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 i-.il.-i   n-Tir.ii-r-iMd^,-,,  '"a'i''.^���������^^'^^;i^^"^^^^^",7* w**>***iXtSt:J.' i������W������|WH������l WWI������  Hi  *4-  14'  Hi  1  B  n  II  1  ���������  Ht������ffl  WAlim:: ^T^.^yAyATA. ....    .....  ���������; as ;   +\/l., ��������� ���������' :.������������������ . ���������;���������..      . ������������������.:��������� ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������  x"- ''^w-at-^'"'-" !-'" ���������'"' ' ��������� ������������������',..-...������������������   '������������������:. ''���������:���������,.������������������������������������' - .*. ���������  .     ,w)amM:/ A/- .      -    . , A .���������,   A;!���������  .-.-���������>;-.1*^8*  Vol. 5,  '       i  ;,S'EHI:^EEK;L^PA:pKR;. ^ > '  :;;fRushed'1 1^' Sunday  A\r>.Wednksdat.  ROBERT HOLLO WAY; PitopitiETou.  OFrioE���������BARKERVILLE, Wruams Cf.siek, Cariboo.  Subsoriptionv$l per 'vVeek.:'  (���������flclulin? Cost of delivery,) P.iyablo. to the Carrier  J-im r\l;.l*    'inil*f^V������l/Mwa ������tirt ^.,������- _:_���������    -t ' . ."       __   ��������� ��������� .���������-������������������... .' .. '."������������������'���������������������������    '.i-- ��������� .  ��������������������������� r-���������?���������-~~^������������������ L.  -"   ��������� v '     '-XrAJ. ���������  iges;:  ' THE "CARIBOO SBNTLVBL!'  JOB PRINTING  hin'B 'stock op ,Tins office;- having been  1 ciHisiilcrablv augmented by tlie recent importation  of a variety of new Ornamental Type, peculiarly suited  .���������V-V Postofs, Circulars, Cards,.;. '������������������:���������.  Billheads, Programmes for :;.  A. Balls,Concerts, and - ..��������� "���������  ������������������-. ���������   .-���������   '*.���������" > Theatrical Entertainments. *  . /Orders for any description of Job Work' will be ex e -  euied-with neatness and despatch: ,  ;,.;^.-'^S":Terms moderate. ������������������'"*������&-;:������������������'���������������������������  K rsb<r Cel'ed "Pon iL The car-  t Jage of li������.Mho is completely smashed, and  tbe bonea,pf her. left hand are broken.; jf"s  Minn, we see, is now- out of danger and will  recover, andthe boys remain imprison. ���������  Thwl T0D ^f and May Not Gait: a Mix.  nan, that nobody.will deny.. Plato's definition of man was: ���������' An animal without  mSSfft fr'ng ������n t,ro Io*s-" Tins was too  "SiwX ������i'^ontrjrmtoschdol, and scoin?ul v  asked ������if that was .Plato's man?" We dr n't  know how Plato got out of It, and don't care,  ������2? iS? b,,t,1"tle t0 (1������ ������'ith tbematier in  nana.   Though an animal, a man docs not  ike to be called a beast; yet there are many  known "bulls" and "bears" that accept  tnese appellations as rightly bestowed and  _j|V^usiness cards;  ;.;'���������"���������'' '-^ ":~:.'." '��������� ���������'���������'���������'��������� '" -'���������-*. '"���������"'i'"-.-:'  !'-?���������  : //  ���������    aiERGHANT,-'������ V *  E R  ^S^T  6m  ED^rt'dEWDNEY  ?TT7   vtf&K'   ,-"^    :        ., ���������     .A'mQ^L.A Ai :  /:.* i  A       A ,  \ "  like to be regarded:as a,"buck,'; and yon  m?7=>call a man " dear/fcllttw^f butc!ori!t  ��������� n *n ���������;���������������������������;��������� tuiuk of calling liinj a moose.   To Tbe called  CmbBisii;DEVFWRy_BQyffwin,d^^^^  thingssoraetiraes.^orjristarjce^ there was  dividual who^vould takemto lieart if ealled  . ^ A: '$^0$  ':;'. ;>;lj 'Q'^l^RTJEIBSi; AXp) AyyAyyA^y  nally,jii another sense, they -would object lb ���������~������������������ "  being called; bears/ There are manv; who  ���������would like to be: known as ������lidn^ and even  t'ger wouldbevconsideretl more "complimentary than ealfV  Many a ybung;fellow would  \...'(Opposite Cosmopolitan Silodu), ��������� ' "'    :A    ,  AOKlTwiCTS UNPEKT^Kijf A3f DVAtL KINDS 01?���������'..>_. ���������  ��������� lately the: extraordinary; attempt,., by, twpj  boys, to murder a Mrs Nunn, an old woman  Go. ^years of age^ in Catharine Goiirt, Tower  J Jill f tb Dxlon.., The boys are b ro fcliera, ri am ed  Arthur Forres ter Smith and Hector Augustus.  Smith, aged; thirteen: and fifteen, sons of a  /gentleman\ n resp ec ta ble 1 ife . wh 6. is re lated  ,   ro the old woman.   They have;confessed that  they/intended: to"roti, buVnbfc to murder her.  She was found covered^.with- blood andhbr-.  ; ribiy- beaten: with a mallet, and: insensible:  There; we re' also "found; oti the spot a; woo den  i inal let with \ybich tlie wo u'n&s. we re i n fl ictedv  . a pistol, a boyJs; cap andi a ^oeket-knije^ 'AA  ������um of.two pourias and sixpence was missing  from a.s.piajl.bag which \vas lying on a box  .,m ^he^hoitsekecpera^room f and rthd" box;  , which con tained'some silver plate, had.jieen  forced open. ��������� The cap found ou the: premises  wa?:?l^vards.idepti.fici.tl���������:'" as. one which: had  been bought on the 21st-April from Mr Davis,  Jiatter, King's road.Chelseu, who states * that  on -that day three boys drove:-'to* bis shop in a  cab, and that one of them purchasedthe cap^  m two shillings, and sixpence, and that they  afterwards told the cabman to drive to  " lampstead Heath. The boys were ,appre-  bended at about one o'clock"6n Sunday by  detective bergeaut Moss in DeaconVcoflee-  iiouso, m the Strand.   They bad in their nos-  STJ}H��������� ?I,,a ^^^X of percussion caps,  two powdorflasks, two pairs of boxing gloves  omefotlsand a small amount itof'BobS  One boy said;  "We were in the coal cellar  or some time    We heard MrsiNunrigo out  and took screws out of the box, and forced it  "Pen by putting the handle of \be n a let in  in o t\*Lf������ had CTQ.W stairsAnd,gbQe  ame o H p dLr0������V ^oin^i heard us^nd  toscrom t ?i0r "*f**���������-**������--- She began  S:, !ihfp* F������ would stop her. We  M not planned to murder her.   1 laid hold  a godse.iindependenfc of the misnomer. Call  a man a'��������� puppy "and he will resent it; but  call him a''sly dog," and .you'll rather please  mm. Dou'i call a man a hog. even if he is a  -bore, nor an elephant, if he happens to bea  neayy weight-;������Vbut. yqn may;, call him a  fox' or a/*vcbon " with impunitv;- A i  A T E, H 0 D aE N S7   0 L D   S; Tit N &  ���������BarbcnfSle, 1st May,' 186&- '   A ' > c fa  V7  Job Wprk. douo withJp^actuulityu'nd;S$iidfilat ���������%';'-    I -  reasonable rates,  a g'oodistock of seasoned lumber  ' '      ' ���������   c   -  always on bantj.       ** .ry ; -      ,, ���������������-   j025'4m '       ���������'' '    "  <���������"  '''":i,^^li:5^  man  doesn-t like to be called a shark, butyou may  call him a 4( queer .fish 'Pi without. ofience.  /Never call a cross-eyed man lynx-eyed--he,ll  think; you: are^f sarkastic/7 -Call a, /man a  jackass,;and he'll���������;'* talk back"-;; bufc;you may  cailhimari^oldrafc^  ask you; to   " take: suthirt:" /A- man  who  would n't feel complimented =at being called a  cormorant, would smile/ at .being: called- a  "night owl/*   DotitPmmihy calling'a'fnan  a gosling,/but yon may /ball 'him ;a:"������jav  ;roostcr?' witl 10dt,qffun^e. vD6n7t call a mail a  fool j call him a clever fellow, which amounts  to the sam0 thing, but; soun ds pre ttier.   A  man would,be well pleased to know that you  said he was keen as a razor, yet -"won Id object  to yonr cal 1 ing h im a '!' sharper.".���������' To cal 1 a  man a stone would be considered reflecting  upon his intellectual powers, but you may  call him af brick " to his great satisfaction."  band.!'  promptly a  ^Vale  /"KEW ADVERTISEMENTS.  WALKER.& PINCKERTON,  Saloon and Kestaiirant.  /': "CSSTRBVlLLB,  MOSQUITO GULCH.  Mays, 1868.. .    ��������� .       ' 6m  PfY GOODS -AND LIQUORS.1 *. 's  A large Assortment of Jroxvand Stekl alwaj's -on  ���������     I'yi,     tt-A. '--,    hund.   ���������;  .Barkerville, aay^i/^ggV , -^ y .-��������� ' /    ^m ���������'  ��������� retail Jbutchers;,'  pEG .TofclMiTk-TolfHEiR FRIENDS ATHj) THE  I>/imb;i.iol^neraliy? ,tbai, they now -bavo two?lt[irkets  in Barkerwllev one'in'^^2BIa^d^^l3ehtrevUIe;*  all of which will be cqnstaatiy: and welIsupplied-with  good fresh-meats,, of the very best quality tiilit/can. be  bought inL.British'��������� Cpliimbiii,:and would respectfully  solicit a ..cputimiance,::,of; the: patronage.'.heretofore  extended,to them./- '^   '������������������../.  Barkerville, B.C.',.May 22,186S.V -jei'lm  %  .;-orders from Cariboo, and theuppjr conntfv  ptly attended to.      - ��������� d. McQUAKEIK.:'  le^q, May 1, 1868. ; ^,,J^       ,4 ;  San Franicisco Store/  a"Min T������:Mt,.1,,p.T������:.������./:.i...j-._���������........    ..   .v ���������...'. .;/������"/::;.  'J   tn������_ c^l l,u>n JCiWulJOU   ribfol -       ' /������. *     '  BARKER VILLE.  K AUCTION 'WILL BE HELD AT. THE ABOVE  Rooms '  Every Saturday, at Fooni  Goods sold on commission. Goods received ol  Storage.   Money advanced ou goods;  Sferchnnts will please send CHso is to Anctinn Rooni8  not Inter than Friday Evening for Raturdav's sale, .  jeS 6m   .< F. V. LEK, Aucti'Hicer.  L. A.  BL  K     a  bTt l"e "f ������������t������ndeu-uck lev  !*i������ maknc a  1 '��������� beI1 .Was "Vi'iff she  )Vc lefthcrVd Tent"%- "7������ ?," tbe tiwr-  ������������ beinc nut Jnt������ ������" ��������� ovor t,,e fcnc<>-"  % cri������|P|  wi ������ If PVIS0U van "������<��������� younger  While tho t���������������5 *hat was done with Wm.  o two p  5* tbe station   f"1?,0".'lhen; IM"* ������������-  cha  ������ .?!4 lleard about his sons.  whether  The  the  ads  jwm then ia the dool I ?8 $?ns' Tbe Iads  t^r fether v(1 '^f *>��������� Ibcy saw  t0^rds him, tl rL Jhljv ������f lfc' aild' ������������w"������  rtn.d kissed 3Z* nt*������lT? POnnd bis 'wE  J"^ bitterly and wfTTtely' Uq fft������w  lhe fainep had o-��������� ^.wearood.   When  ; WAKE-yP-JAKE  Restaurant and  Bakery.  mHR. PROPRIETORS OF THIS WELL KNOWN  X establishment, in thanUiag the public and their  iiu mcrou 5 f'ri eiids for n;i s l fa v ors, wou (d k i nd ly sol i ci t  a con li n u an ce of their pa tron age, as th ey ii:p; j / how  prepared to atford every srdisf'aelion in their line of  business, PATTERSON k GOODSO.V.  May 1. ISOS. ��������� Om  Bread delivered to all parts of the Creek.  WILLI AM -RENNIE,  HAS JUST ltlCCKlVKD  A LARGE ASSORT  montof HOOT.S oi' various siyk'S and t*f the  B EST QUA 1,1 TV ;  also, 151! ukevt 's Ki n ������ Dress  Boots of the host iii-scrij>lton.  I have Boats of my own make vvarruntefl not to be  surpassed by any Boots nm.in filfier in Ibis C-otony or  in California, either for workmanship or durability.  Cum Boots constrintlv on haml.   Boots made to  ord or a ml It E PA IR1NTG ��������� h am ;.t the shor lest n oti c e.  ft^>,NKXT DOOR TO THE SENTINEL OFFICE, ~������&  ielS llARlvERVILLE, J5.C,  B It o t o g r a p li i c  Art i s t,  HAS KOW OPENED HIS PHOTOGRAPHIC GAL-  lery. and is. prepared to do all kinds of Photographic nnd .Tcvvohy vvbrk, executed in the highest style  of the 'irt. -1  Cartes do Visits������������������ Timbre��������� do.Paste Portraits, Amhro  types, Leather Pictures, ,Jlilanotypes, views o  ������������������ Houses, Claims, eto., Single or Stereo-jnopio,  Portraits also taken on White Silk, Linen or Cotton  Cloth.  Barkerville, Slay 1,' 1868. ��������� 6m  KAS CONSTANTLY ON HAND*'A' CHOICE-SELEC-  tioh of Drugs and Patent Mediciiiei?, inclutling  new made and Patent Pills, Trusses, Syringes, Cherry  Pectoral, Sarstiparillas, and Jnyne's Alterative for  purifying the blood.. v . '   ' ...  Also Stationery, Red and Black Ink, Candy; Seeds,  Billiard Chalk, and Pocket Knives. The celebrated  poldeu Balsam nnd. Murphy's Mixtures for. the complete cure of Secondary .Syph'Hljs. and Rheumaitism,  and Grossman's and other specific mixtures for Gonorrhoea ; a great variety of Toilet Articles, as Combs,.  Hair Oils, Hair and Tooth Brushes, Tooth Powders,  Tooth Piuks, Sponges,, Fancy Soaps, Bay Rum. Lu-  bin's Extracts, and other perfumeries,'etc.,.etc* ���������  . Prescriptions carefully. compounded^ ;  P. S.���������As I ship up goods every spring and fall, parties requiring.medicine may/ rely, on obtaining it  FRESH, and so ensure its having the desired etiect.  Next door lOiCunio's Brewery, .  May 1, 1868. ��������� 6m Barkerville, B, C.  EXPRESS & GENERAL  A GENCY  i  jelS  ��������� Co   STROUSS,  WHOLESALE   AND   RETAIL   DEALER  ���������i.v���������  G-roceries, Provisions,  HARDWARE,    DRY    GOODS,  C L 0 TIIIN G, BOOTS AND SHOES,  BARKSBVILLS.  mv2S 6in  J. T. SCOTT.  R. LIPSKTT.  . ��������� Elliott, the-hnn������/i c  -Yt'  ffOOtt DVO.1'  T *������*calp Iftj^ ������������������"������ ^Plyto inquiries.  ARCADE  BILLIARD IIP BOWUHG-SALOOJ,  SCOTT   &   LIPSETT  TAKE   OKKAT PLKASURK TN AXNOlTKCTSfl TO  1 the public goicraliv that they Iiave pmxdiased the  ���������  ��������� '   '���������-   Mr   C.    Fulton,   and  Saloon,   lately   occupied   by  flatter 'themselves from their long experience iu busi-  n ess to m eri t a I i h or j ��������� I s h :t re of their p' tro inigo.  At the Car will be found a fu  !  OVES!  Supply of t!������e best  WINES. LIQUORS AND CrOARS.izii.o  Bark^rnliP. May 20th. IM?, j*W*    1 mil<  ADAMS & PBARC.Y,  BAPvKEBVlLLE,  Have just received a choice selection of  CAST IRON COOKING STOVES  SHEET COPEEB, ZDIC"  TIN   PLATE   AND   SHEET   IBON.j  %vit-li various other articles in their lino of trade. ���������  *y All Jobbi- in t!io Tin, Sheet Iron, 0WW**<  YlmZidoat;(om-lea to, and warnuu^ to #xv ������i^  N - TKS -��������� ARRIVA L AT BARKKRYILLE OF  ������ every Mail and ,Kxpress, ?: KE10. will leave Bar-  kerville with an E^pruss for the following places i���������  Mosquito and.Red Gulches,- "Whip Saw Gulch. Lowhee  Cr.-5tdc, Grouse Creek, Stevens Creek, California Creek  and Am tier. .He will also leave regularly twice every  week for the same places, with the Cariboo Sh-vti.vjsj.,  on the mornings of its issue. He will attend to nil  kinds of commissions, etc.,'for miners, obtain licenses, record claims, examine records, etc. Collecting,  will alia* be attended to. He will also send out, thme  t i in es a mon tli, a a Ex p ress to Kei thi. ?y Cree If, Forks  nfQucsneHe. Cedar and BlicU Bear Creeks. He will  havean'ollice'at L'arkervilic, where nil orders, etc.,  Cut! b<* left. . t .  M;iy fi, Iggg. . 6m  Steamer Enterprise.  -I^^T- IN ORPER THAT IT MAY CONNECT  fKCJ-g^fj with    JJARNAKD'S    EXPRESS,    tho  ^^AAzrzEL steamer Enterprise will hereafter loave  Quesnelmouth on Mondays & Thursdays at  v '    B a.m.  \TTill Leave Soda Creek on Tuesdays and  Fridays at daylight.  /Kg- The steamer is not responsible for leakage of  Oils or other Liquids shipped in tins.  Quesnel mouth, Vhme 19,1868. >22 3m  FOR SALE.  A FIRST CLASS CABIN, NEAR BARKERVILLE.--  JX   Th is cab i n was eree ted a t grea t expense, an d has '������������������*-"-T-v������������"wirlt  '.;B'  " i   AA  SLEEPING���������������������������IN-iCmJEQlL  VICTORIA ADVERTISEMENTS  gg^fia^JLil^ag^^  tv..:--;  asfS  '- i'      '     WIAk       ���������:::  - -::AAW:  WA  AAW'A '������������������  .;. .V;'  ������������������ ���������    -��������� ' : 1 ��������� \ .     ...".      j .'���������      .            7    ���������-.    -;   ������������������  ' ... ��������� ���������    '..  1    [They would scarcely fcetietre bim:^hen he  told theaitoat,.whe������ in Thurso Bqwe  time  ��������� ago/heion^ one .? dcrlasid^^sa^epp' people  ;; asleepNin; churt^i^^-^eech of Dr. Guthrie*]  J^&flQ'sfc^ ���������":'���������  ,Wlien the law thundered,  \ Singly and;heedlessly.  ;,:,:;.'���������.;;.|::; SnoredilSe;-six hundred. ���������  ;', Greaiwas^tho preacher^ themej.  SorewMon was;^llthe>steam;  Neither wHb't shout nor scream  Oould he*distrirb^tHe dream  ,    #Of fcheisix hundred;  Terrors to the fight of them,  / Teryors';t6;tliefleffc of; them, ..    .  . Terrors in-.frbrlt;of them---    c  ,  >'    \Hell itself plundered.  ,.    Of its mostUwfuV things,  ;    ;^akfmind6d-preacher ,/flings  . i ���������' ��������� ,/At the dumfi:fpunded.  ,    Bbfdlyhespolfje, and, well;  Yarn was his loudest yell  r ;  ���������       ' Volleyed and thundered :  A ,     ��������� , For cariiig���������the truth;to tell-  Neither'for heaven nor bell,  .'   "-.���������"_ Snored the six hundred. ,y  A A , Still, with redoubled zeal, ...  r Still be spoke onward,'  .  -   ;       '       Angina wild appeal.  ���������--������������������-   ��������� : ��������� .-- Strikin^-wtth'h'andrahd^eel������������������       -���������'     ������������������;  Making the pulpit reel,      " '';..."���������"' "'   ' :J  ^Shaken >n4'/sundered��������� ... \ ,  Ctxllw '.uorn tbe church's foes,';-' '";���������' ' / ';���������  a  ���������' ;   v - Threatened.with endless Woes������������������".''"���������'���������'"'";'':i  ' Faintly, the ansvver'rose   '      v. ���������    ' -;  (Prools of their sweet-repose) ���������"��������� ���������      -'  ,    ���������  Kron. tb3 united nose '  .       ���������'���������   ':'���������-���������:  - ,   m$he six bmvlreit,- ,   ���������  .���������,  AAAawI       "        EerhiOnV r������f ue^r oD'hour, -'��������� A-;-''���������" A~w  y   ��������� i Too much-ibr. human power';������������������������������������������������������.   ::'���������"���������;���������'"���������.  ' ' Prayers, too, made"to match,  (Ex^niporiiOPouK bak'h)       ���������.   -,���������..-.���������-  v, Wofully blundered;  THOMAS LETT STAHLSCHB  Importer and Commission Merchant,  WHARF STREET,  . . May 1, 1808.  VICTORIA, V. I.  ROBERT   BURNABY;  LAND AGENT, Etc.,  Govsrn.mk.nt Street, Victoria, V. I.  All business carefully and punctually attended to.^  ... i    Voce '..'���������'���������" 6  VICTORIA ADVERTISEMENTS  WATSON,  Watchmaker, Jeweler  next  ROADSIDE ADVERTTSmre^5^  f to the  ometer.  ed.    Krerv descripiiou of Jewelry t  Plain and Ornamental Engraving neatiy cxecutco.  Mav 1. IfidS.  made  Cm  T\ATLY and WEEKLY   " BRITISH COLONIST  D and VICTORIA CHRO^aE."    Orders for mail-  May 1, 1S6S.  bm  _ F" F E E    RO S T i  ���������.And Dealers in ���������  GROCERIES. PROVISIONS,, Etc.,.  Fort Sir set, Victoria, V. I,  May 1, 18CS. '   .___   6m  attended to.  .Terms in  with Postage, $7 60 ;   timos. flo..  moR do., $23 ; 6moa do., ������12 50.  May 1,'; 1SUS. . -  And  warn  WELLS, FARGO & CO.,  Now York, California, and European Express, .  Exchange Cororiuiy.   C������nttai $10,000.000.. .For-.  fraTcr^rac^^  tlie Pacific and Atlaotio States ami Europe.   Hills of  Exchange drawn on S m Fr.igci^co, New York, Boston,  and London, nt citrr'uiit rates.  : Omcc���������Yates Street, Victoria, V. I.  Moy 1.1S0S. -.;"���������' -   3m  "   T, fSL.HIBBEN & CO,  WILL FOR WARD 'PROMPTLY,1 AT MODERATE TERMS.  , English, American,"    "  ..;. -. : '.y, u J?x;?nclit iOerirtan....:..:.  ��������� And other Newspapers and Periodicals.  SUBSCRUTIOXS, ADDING 'pOSTAGE, PAYABLE IX ADVANCE.  . 'May 1/1S6S. ���������       A...   ��������� . AA.      .. 6m  . HOTEL PE FRANCIS,  CovfiRXMKXT Street, Victoria, V. I.  THE RESTAURANT is supplied with all the  1 delicacies of the season, ami Uio sleeping accomodation is replete with every comfort.   .Th  Wines, Liquors and Cipar?.       ���������������������������:.^    ;  May 1,18CS.  J.  The best of  DIGNE k CO., Proprietors,  Cm  QUESNELMOUTH  BROWN & GILLIS, Vilomm^  Good Bc^ls; Restaurant: Billiard Table  '^Tons.  Ac  ��������� LYTTON HOTEL  LYTTON, B.C.  THE PUBLIC ARE   RESPECTFinrv ivrftn..  that the above Hoid-I^^JS^^111  modudou ol  travellers.    One of'tliTbes"fWk������a?CU?'  country Is retained at thisestabl sLem^niS^  IMS!^WUh a ^.rfT^*wS5i  G.   S U T R p   &   C O.,  Vjotoria, V. I.,  ���������IMPORTERS OF CIGARS AND TOBACCO  Mavl, 18GR. __  C LI  4m  ra  TJELEGBAPH   HOTEL,  STORE STREKT, ^ -y-  Between Herald and Fisguard. Victoria, V.'I.  .WATCHMAKER ��������� -.  -:   .     '..:.AND"   JEWELLER,,  ',    CLUB BUILDING,     ;'.  Government Street, ' ' -.'_���������������������������-    -      . Victoria, V. I.  sale cheap:  myl4 0m  llj������y and Oats for  * mcwha&co:,  ; Pniprietow.  NDREW ASTRICO1 RESPECTFULLY INFORMS  ..-his friends and the travelling public, that;  tho above Hotel is the most commodious and clean  hotel  V  .die market affords.  'M'lyl, lftOS."1.: A AW: A;   ���������". 6m  hotel in Victoria.   It is "conducted <>u the European  principle, and tlie table is supplied with the very best-  In condensing. the vapors extracted from '��������� the berrv in  -roastmg, ajiguor/js^obtaiirea^ of the most nauseous'  ;��������� :taste;J.and.:oi ?a sc;eh t the mosinnbca rab 1 e.   Under su ch  ;  ccmonjcf-cyhndcr.- '��������� This Object-is Admirably accom.  i:l������hshed;bv :the newand patent ^Conical Cottee Roaster"  m .u������d#;bjr Whh km;, vJctoria=,,in? which the berrv  :��������������������������������������������� is directly exposed to tli'^  s^^acted^arrlcd^ffinstantaiie^sly, ^aandditioiito  . t|ie:advantage:;to;beSiderived by the rapid removal or  Jewelry of evcrv description made to order.'  Hay it- im.'   ;    -';'*'. ��������� ��������� 0m.  C. T: MlLLAlQ. ��������� J. C. BEEDT.  fVllLLARD;-&   BEEDY,  ; Importers and Dealers in       ���������  Gr-e n e r al M e r c li a n di s e 5  . Wharf strcct, Victoria, B.G.. ���������  -AGE NT S -F OR    ������������������ A ''. - ���������  MfiRCHANTS'' LINE   PACKETS: .FROM  ; jeS.Cm       SAN   FRANCISCO;:       .  :-R'b.H.A,N:f-rAiL6.Ri  ; ;; . i        YATES STREET, . ��������� '-,....-A. y  Third door below Government SI reel, Victoria, V.L,  ITas on hand; and i5? constantly'.:receivlhj! a larp?  assortment of Cloths, Cassimeues and Vkstixcs.  which he is prepared to make to. order in the most  approved styles.  All orders from Cariboo promptly attended to.  May 1, 1803. -   - . .cm  i, ON DON  HOUSE  .    Government street, victoria... a  WHOLESALE-AND   RET AIL,-  j. H. TURNER & CO/  IMPOUTKRS   OF .,'    ';.:...  English it French ..Silks, Shawls. Dresses, XJn.  ' dcrclcthing, Gloves, and every description of /  Drapery Gooti?.  Receive regular supplies by Express via Panama and  by sailing vessels via (Japo Horu.  ..'... '���������������������������:.  . %ir Particular attention given to all orders.    .  ...'..  Londun Firm���������,T. P. Tunstaj.j. A: Co.   . ���������" "  ESTABLISHED 1S5S.  Mayl.lSCS.      ... :cm  Cliiitoii City,  BRITISH    COLUMBIA.  (THE  SUBSCRIBERS,   FOR   MANY  YEARS  VRO  ���������I���������prietorsorthe Tweniy-Slnc Mile Ilouae, DouS  Portage, beg to mmouucC that having lujrcl as^d iht  .Clinton Hotel property, they nwprJpaK-ti  7VfttS -  excellent accommodation to the  irrivclliiie Din,S    '  rTM.tlW������.will at.all times be..wellsupplied,and-ln tt-'-  Bar will bo found tho choicest liquor!    - the  Ample stalling for animals, and the best of fo<������d  constantly on hand. '        ���������    ww\  They respectfully Invite a call from their old casto  mors, ns well ns tho travelling public gon<>rn|)v  ;0������ntofe B. C, May 1,1868.     .    J. SMITHXC  % A W  I:'J  'li':~  '-'-'vV  ts,': -.  A  tA '��������������������������� "k-:  AAIA^  WAlAA  ���������,:���������'-'-- ���������  IwAAil  AA'i'-i'..'  ,:';,,r; a  Am  M  AAwy  '  Aw  f  y  Z������  - ~'W'  -.;,'." ';:,j:/i  r--. '������������������"���������,';  '>'*;  (���������   ���������.:  '(; -������������������!;  ' -' -..-���������  -.Vv';  '���������'<; '-I.-  !���������''���������',.:;;  ���������c  ������������������  -viv  ,   ."���������     :-  aW:  ;.'>7,!  ���������":'.':���������������������������:  .CO.  ���������;'T;- ���������-:&  GREAT REDUCTION!  &FITERRE,  . WHARF STREET, VICTORIA,    A}.\\r.   A A  ZJiiJii.  . Dealers in -  JESSE  COWPER.  .������������������������������������.  "..-��������� PEALER  IN  "     ������"������  Roaster, where the Cpiree is required, to remain a mueh  lJtiger tunem.consequenceof tho-steaming it undergoes by tho confined steam'. It is chemically impossj-  i,$J?- ?���������"n������ ^a-AoaHHes or arresUtfre deterioration.;of  rs ��������� Clolfe p.; wlieu:grouhd^=: Tb e>i?t!  No. 23 YATES STREET,!VICTORIA,  (Opposite Wells, Fargo k Go's.)  Always on hand���������Calf, Kip, Shoe Findings, etc., etc.  Kay 1, 1863. ���������   * 'Gm  s  s  T    STREET,  J-  VICTOR I  Fine Knglish, French & American Liquors,  Cnajtipagne, Claret and Brandies.  A;.- LARGE  STOCK   OF    BONDEP   WrXES   AND  Jr\. Brandies fd ways on hand.. To dealers purchasing  in 1-trgc quantities, a liberal,discount will he made for  CASH.   All orJers will r^ivo prompt attention.  .St. Lal-rknt & Lamukut,  .   ,r   '    ,������������������" Agents, Ccntrcville.  May 1, ISCS. . 6m  ������7?  *���������'  ���������has been-brought, and;by numerous other testimonials  mltsfavor. , .... , -, . , FELT, k CO.,  ���������y__ ������������������ : "'. .A  : CofJ'cc Merchants; Yates ������t. Victoria:  ^^v'wfifiEiEi- HOTEL  lAylAAAN&.STOIlE, A A  WE ABOVE HOUSE HAVING   BEEN  REmjII.T  M,",nd:1Utcd UP for lh0 aficommddation of the iiublic  will be kept in a style to lict'y competition.  Goods-sold at Wholesale or Retail and as cheap a?  lno cheapest -in Cariboo market.". '  Wholesa 1 e orders from outlying Creeks will lie forwarded free of extra charge. ���������  _Van Winkle, May 1st, 1868.  ���������a.-Mclean & Co.,  Gb^HRAL OuTFlTTl-IIiS,  JMP0RT OI.OTH1XG OF ALL KIVIK : rd^o pnnfj>  ���������-  aud���������'{SilliEs*. 'tiifaci ir"m-������hc  best Kn ' '"  Scot ch' markets': Sol 1  relish   and  P,GTT      ...      , retail at wholesale.prices for  oAMI.   All.qri.lers.scnt through Bliruard's  pr������>mpMv urtended to, ��������� ���������  ' May Vises."  Express,  Wharf street, Victoria,  Oder for sale, at low rates :  CRIMEAN SHIRTS, with Collars, superior  -' ' .quality.  OREGON Flannel Undershirts and Drawers.  ENGLISH      ������  Vine Larabswool Undershirts and Drawers.  HEAVY DUCK PANTS.  Clue Denim Jumpers and Overalls.  Canvass Junipers.  H&uu^fcmr|.p^ceh;aha Uregoa Boeks!   ' "������������������ I.  English Srerino and Larabswool  Best Scotch  TAnT  livil  ...;.:   ' ilcLEESE k SENAY,  TROPRIETORSJ���������  DEG TO RETURN'THANKS TO THEIR TATROKS  IX for the past, and in order to sidt the limes tboy"  haye reduced the scale of prices, viz.: -;. .    '  ,; .Meals,.$1 -CO ; Reds, 75 cents ; Board nnd I,odciD?   <  per day. $a 50 ; Board and Lortpihg per \vefck, $15 00.  ,   Having recently made largo additions to the pu-'.  nilses so as to give .first-class accommodation in tho  eating and ?l*?pjng departments, they hope to mtrit  '  au.ex tended support in the future.   Private rooms for  .families/ - ���������'".:'. ���������' -��������� -  .. . ��������� . .  ��������� At the Bar will always befcund the choicest brands  of Wines, Liquors and Cigurs.  5 .'-The Stable is clean, attended by'a good hostler, aed   "  supplied with the best provender of tUe country.  /   May 1, 1868.. ''..... pm  MCHAI&E ,HOTElJ  ''_  -���������     I   '   A    SODA CREEK, B. C. r': "  rfHE UNDERSIGNKD,"TROPBIETORS OF..TIUv  X"above well known and popular establishment, beg'  to inforoi their numerous Iri ends and the public geoo-  rally, that they arc now prepared to afford every accommodation to the travelling coram unity/ at the  most .reasonable rate, of charges. Good clean, airy  bed-chambers.  The Bar is stocked with the very best brands of  Wines, Spirits and Cigars.  ;. The Table. is.stipplied with nil the. substantiate and  .luxuries the country affords, and meals are servedat  all hours.  The Stables are spacious, comfortable, and attended  by Grst-class hostlers, nnd. a constant supply of th������ .  best provender of all kinds.  In short, every convenience and facility conducive  to the comfort of man and beast, will be found, and  the proprietors will spare no effort in-order tu giro vn*%  tire satisfaction to all who may patroni/.e thtfr establishment. c A.S, -BATES & CO.  Soda Creek, B :c, March 19,1S0S. myl 6m  AllAM  }^y>iyy  '^.'���������'���������W: A.  W'������������������{!'���������''���������?&  'lAAj-.   :]  *v^*^S5?  Cariboo Literary Institute  J. S. THOMPSON, Pbksiukvt..  JAMES ANDERSON, Vick-President.  II. S. BLUNT, )  JOSEPH Cr.EARIHUE, V BiRECTons.  JOHN* MacLAREN,       j  6m  PRTVATB  BOAR DING. HOUSE,  tort Street, Victoria; between Douglas and'  ....'������������������������������������:.   Broad Streets.  i������������������ween ran t&  i  bail  Hea  J. AY. ��������� LIMDHABD.  myll 6m  AD  May'1, 1868.  Fashion Saloon,  L. E R   &   B A R R Y  KARksItVILLl?, ByG.  6m  ELDORADO   SALOON  WrLLI4M;;STIR.LBNG.  i HAn'P BRCS'TO INTTMATETO THE  ���������J. i>-public that he has purchased the  img ami iunnturo, as lately occupied hY \rr,  , which he has entirely refitted at gfcat cost and  the premies will now he found replete with r-vcrv  convenience for the comfort of families and lad es and  gentlemen,   as*Terms moderate.  K K���������In addition to the above, N. C. Bailev dUn  contmues to carry on the Kote and Board ne Hffuse  on Laijcrlav street. "fe nouae  Hay 1.1868 ���������/.������������������"'. r  BE PEAWOE  Darkkuviu.k, W. C.  PROPRIETOR,  J  : BARKERVILLE, . B.  C.  7   Svt^INI5, COLLECTOR AKI).GK\EIUL  ^���������.AUfcNT.-r.pvemmBrit Street'Victoria",  v  I- '  hi*  Em  .HOTEL   AND  HESTAUIIAKT,  Afen fiplendid Bedrooms,  and the  ���������' Gi������3TS.  May i, I8fi\ ���������    ,  mi Vhijps and  ���������6m  HEAVY MOLESKIN & CORDUUOY PANTS.  OREGON and^ALTFORNIA Tweed     "  i  Grey, Drilling and Grey Calicos.  White Long Clbtb, yard wide, nil qualities.  DRESS GOODS, MANTLES, SHAWLS, &z.  Ladles8 Trimmed Hats, assorted stylos, &e.    '  -^ALSO VOil SALIC, ���������  BEST ENGLISH GUM BOOTS.  FRENCH CALK and KIP SKINS.  COLORED ROANS.  BARBOUR'S SHOE THREAD  t^pSt1&BLACKWELL,S 0iIrac������?* ^ores.  BAR IRON.  CANADA PLATE. . /  SEWING TWINES, Rope, &  '  BLANKETS, 2| to 4 point  DUNViLLE'S OLD IRISH WHISKY, ir  ease..  PRICE'S ������ BELMONT  DLKS, in 20 lb. boxes.  Jftrfsiraot  Victoria, v.I.  rpHIS INSTITUTION' IS NOW OPEN AT. BARK BR-  J. ville, where it is now fitted, up with, a view to tho  com fort an cl con v en i en ce of the peppl e of Cariboo.  .'.'���������; The Read log.Room will be found supplied with tlio  latest English, Scottish, Canadian, American, and .Colonial Papers and Magazines. -  'Terms of Subscription���������$5 per Quarter,'or $2 p������  Month. Single volumes loaned to non-suhscribcrs fti  50 cents per volume, with $1 deposit.  Person s' not su I wcrl hers, v isl li tig th o Rca ding Room,  and making use of the Rooks and Papers, 60 cents for  each visit, rV  Tho Room will bo open from TEN", A. M., till TfcX.  P. M. JOHN BOWRON,  Librarian.  N. B ���������A fine assortment of Books and Stationery i������  always kept for sale. 6m  ill  u  SPERM   CAN-  ^  j^fUm.  In the Supreme Court of Civil Justice of  British Columbia.  NOTICE.  In the matter of the Estate and Effects of  MRS THOMAS JONES, deceased, intestate j  - KOSSER REWARDS, " "   '  , WlhUAM TREVENA, ���������    u ll  .nmiiY Au-jsst. '!��������� l  All persons who arc indebted to atiy  estates are rnquired to pay the amoi.~-;    n_���������it,t:t,  with ; and all persons who have ���������y clamf/,f" jn  any of tbo above estates are required to send warn  on 6r beforo the 17th day of Septam b er, 16w.  /   CHAP. K  PO0LW,  Oinci:<l.-Admmifi'ra^r:  ;. Richfield, 23ri;June, If)68,. * ',���������J**  3 of tho above  ionnts duo forth-,  r  \x  h  N  b!  b  m  bi  s:r


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