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The Cariboo Sentinel Jul 9, 1868

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 &->/&;5  Tub Mxssina SAjtons.���������The steam bgjiuchj  pn returning; from Sooke^ :,broiij?i.?no::'addi-;  tiorial uews of impor tan e<* as to tbe deserters  from the Scout.   A cap of a third mail Was  ���������rpflE STDC^ OFrTin? OPEK3E ;.������AVING BEEN,  ;.< ^.v:iPbst������r3,:'CircularSv Cards, o^-.: v- i-v ^. ������������������ ������������������* ��������� ���������.;���������  ^������ < -r        Tlieatrical-Etttertaanraents.--   >  Poblis^d EjrBKV'��������� M'ondat; xxb'r$wzav&x. tb������nd and ^baVwas aZ The presumption is  <>^^Ai&I������^  perish edi '^anU^tli'&^odies;  found were the only two that''floated ashore.  This sad occnr reuce ousrbt to act as a wamf.  EDGARS  jBohd, wlw^ left v'tfamef froinj tboJBec  ���������(Wom'.tboDAily-Briilsh Colonist.),  *SSian OctiuaBifeAs the' slopp;Thoratoa  waa on heKup^ard'trip^ sheVas jkt&cked by  three canoes-: filled; with Indians/ a%out forty  iniles'above'Fdrt Rupert   A Neweete chief  Mh# onboard wprned the cap tain and crew,-  "������on seeing iudians^pproach, to get armed, as  miscnief o was" in tended/  On this the, Indians  wer^warned p^ when they immediately fired  -onJ me^ iUornt������n;---Eorfcttnate]y Warren -vand  ^bis^rew^rev^il armed, and* succeeded in  fiulfegan^di^lingrtwSn^  Hbree ,-Indians; ;ln?one^boat������albwere;cleared  40iitT-t^o^ wereseen in aaotherandpoe in thei  itMrd. f'tte Indianijbief On the-Thornton was  ^lightly woundwi, which roused his blood,  , and ho is reported to havo doue some good  , Hhottting, afterw^d^.   Captain  Warren was  lightly wounded in the^breast with buckshot  aud ',one -of his- men  severely.-- It is to be  :t$ope<Hihe ��������� GovernoienUmi11-take this master "'- s  ug^ithXer^jr^indimake^suoli: aa��������� example,  is will ���������preventaU such 'cases In fiihirel papt^  Warren deserves the thanks of -the community  ���������for hi?-bravej-Lcenduct.*  *,?���������*: -- "\*>  ��������� ?     ^:j,:.:X    ���������    i j w , ~ '  >W$vi'ikiNPJANaOctbaoKs.r-r-Bythe: sloop  Oceaa ;Queenl whiek,arri*e<fc mpprt after the.  sloop ThQnti^a-fvon'tbe/^ortjh^^b^W news  k;Urqiight. of; another, murder and outrage,  Cup-{aifi' Jack;_���������_Kriigiit-Mid hfr: j^t^cf *pu������  jq&^SQj^:a.8tn"aU^>lo.9p ; atf Nanaimo] .and pu  goibg north.;both; men; are suppbseS to have  been murdered arid their boat -sunk near the  see lie of the attack uponJthe'Th'6rntoa;\'It^'Ui  supposed by the;same; Indians. : Capt Stey ene  of the Nan'airao Packet-harul90 -been- robbed  >of about ������600...: -it is; not known how his life  was spared. ^Fromi what we can learn, it ap-  : ipears he requirod another, anchor, and ������went  to the wreck.o f the Grpw ler to vget one. . The  Indians toldshim''-he.-cauld do so>by going to,  a si wash. camp1 a snort dis tauce away.   Wbe n  ;;fia?arrived;at ibc;place indicated:he was irii-'  toediately surrounded by: a;:; number  6f Indians, a pistol held against his!breast and his  ;boat packed. , A Uiooichman on board took  ^C^istol'frbm the;Indian and threw it over-  Jboard, in retiirn for: #hieh tbe captain -had to  Igivo another pistoi and a musket.   Mr Moss,  '������������������'*#:-B&Na Bella, has seat the particulars to the  ^Government.'- ���������."���������'��������� ."��������� ���������/ -:'':  w AccmEKT���������A severe accident occurred at  Nanaimo lately. A workman la the boat  mine, named \VigtiellrTeceived about ������ ton  and a half of rock -and slate on his body,  which fell from'the roof over where ho was  at work, and which, but for a small. board  partially protecting him, would have crushed  mm to atoms. As it is his lower limbs are  /frightfully mangled and paralyzed, forbidding  all hope of recovery. At the same time his  wife is sick, which leaves the family in a deplorable state. With their usual liberality  tae people of Nanaimo are raising a subscription for tuose thus suddenly afflicted.  wo,Naval Seamen to Desert���������Win.  ijyons was brought before *he Police Magis-  uato yesterday morning for sentence, oai.be  cwge of procuring and assisting her Majes-  tv s seamen to desert. The Bench addressed  ma to the effect that the means of getting the  men away was traced to him, and taking the  Q68; view of the case, the Magistrate camo to  iae conclusion that Lyons had not proved his  'SS?3% ���������H? would therefore impose a  ted [^      rsix m6ntbB"iffi'P������30Qwat with  ?adi)fthe  cpme^to-  jtowd"to b^ny-provisons^^has hotTbeen seen of  jbeard .v.of siuc^H>IIls boat^as picked up^on  Wednesday, n^at Craigflower'bridge; It-isI  ?npposed taat * be, fel 1 overboard and was  'drowned./.:'% j^no : rfti * ''*���������&$'^rrH  '.? 'Axot$eiv ' ImS E^iQ^^A'^local/^lh t:;iS.:  said ..tri'S'tie ^oihg on betweeh'^two tribesmen  the West Coast^ which promises the extinc-  ���������'"���������"'"��������� '���������''���������'*""   ���������'-'   ' ''''^^mi&^^^  ?;-it:isi'wg6rled^������  eing up /  owners of-which threatened to^ serve white.  men' the same way if...t-hey^injberlered^ .,*_, a J'  :Steadmax, the man so seriously wbundetf  ib&tft^NbVthera  ;the Thornton, was to -be lemoyeft'' from ^tKe  *!boat yesterday. < He was/consideredj slightly  rbetu������r, but is stilHri^a;very-/pirecarious >state.  Gapt Warren intends him to-be^placed under  private medical caro.  Information WANTEn^-The friends of the  undermentioned persons respectively, fpiv  meriyieside������ts. e^this. city,.. wij]_ he, glad _ of  any information concerning them,' sent to the  Post Office in Wcto'Via : John, Arnoup, W. A.  Solleck,J:Revis,;W.M,^feh0lis;/; .    J,   :/  ^New Presbyterian^Ghdrch-���������The managers  accepted  corner,^of Courtenay  Victoria.        '���������.-',',  and Gordon streets.  '{  "  ;: %^??:**:?;  '���������, .��������� *���������������������������������  -:���������:%;:  "..''.".':������������������ ;���������;:;. '.\  :������������������?<  BUSINESS OAEDS/  ELDER  MERCHANT/  .8m-  '&<m:Mx^  ,.,BARKKU.VJLLE  HARPER'r&^^  TORMEY;    r  1: ���������       IMPOHTEKS AND *-^ V ���������  %;^"0:l'eSALE.'DEAE^RS" IN  Li^e-'Stdok  jcSem ; s     BARKERVILLE, Blp.  V9  A.!t. ��������� &: H 0DM EN S?. 6 LI>^S;:T AN������  BarkeryiUe^lsfcMny, 1868.     -������������������/"'   ;:- :;.1��������� /���������"'������ai,'^  BUSINESS. CAEt>S,:/,.._  S.a^/^i^^'G^sc  That Ubs ever ieenlraported to 'Cariboo.' .���������''/"   ;; r.  O-KOGEBIES," PBOVISIOKS, ���������. r   .'*  FINE BBANB3 bF^TbBACGOi&:CiaAKS;5'  = . ^ ,,���������v'i .���������-'���������������������������������������������-' "^f-1'*. -'.V-;;. i'^.:- ���������::',': -f ���������?.= .:;^;.^v'  artless will flntiit't'oUh'clr-jeuivatitago:,to;g  call  ���������fj'vi::  --Parties"'win Ami Hto'tUcirA.iivantago-,to glvbm*?i   ' '."���������". -"        '. /"  jail befdrarmrchastag U^where! '  ,?T;:''^*^'>:' ;<* - "   ��������� ;- -. -,,,-^'  ,, -., ' '"-,';��������� \ ��������� -'���������- '  ^IM t Sv;E; $ All Q ife  ^".vv:  ���������/Christie bros. -have opened .their .nisw  \i: Shop;:oj>p6sitc tlio 'Post.^mce, anUarjj>repared;to  11 kinds oCaElacksmitii iworkwithiutatuess  csveatd all  and dispatch.      .���������  ���������". ���������  Bitrkerville, June 22,1S6S.  :DRYi-GDJODSiANp..UQUQRS._J ::i  ; A target assortment'of Iros and Steel .always; pa  ',;���������." '*  ;-" 'p~',;.,! ���������'   'band. ���������' "'-^"'; ,.���������������������������:���������'-..     " ^'.;.��������� ^  ���������^VBarWerylile^May^'iseS; ���������/" yy;;::::^.^'--'- /,,;6m5������-  I"     . /RETAIL   BUTCHERS,. 7    ..  pEG TfTlN TIM aTK.TO THEIR FRIENDS AND -TH������.  J7} .miblictffenerailviftn'a^tL'ev^Owi-iiftVfi two Markets  bought i&'British ^lum  solicit -a ;continuan6e; of the j patronago - nerototore  extended-to them^ ..\v :./>'' -���������������������������'   ;,,- = ;*Vi ,,.\' :"'������������������?���������?'.  ���������  BarksrvilJe, B^C-.lIay 22j 1868.   ,.;.   , -  ; jel lm ;..  je22  ;/    VV A K E-Uf?^ /VKLE  THE^PROPRltTO^S 'vOF:^THi^VEI%\!^TOWX  establishment, in thriiilviiig. the publw.and ,?thcir  nnmenm^ lnends lor p ist ia vprs, wouId ktntiijTisolicit  a continuance of-':th������ir .patronage, as they ;_arj{ now  prcp^irod to afford every -������itisfiMsti<m...ia tliejrjine of  ��������� - - - - - PATTERSON & GOODSO\.  business.  May 1, 1868. , i%        ,      r LJ.   ���������      , .  Bread delivered to all parts of th.?:Greek;  6m  WILLIAfVl   RENN1E  :EAS JUST RECEIVED A LARGE ASSORT  mentoi BOOTS of various styles a ml or tUe  BEST QUALITY ;  also, Banker! s line Dress  Boots of the best description. s ';..;��������� ;. ������������������    ���������  ,,*_'  I have Boots of my own majce wammted not to .be  surpassed 'by any Boots made either in tnn������ OoUjny or  in Galifomia,eithcr,for workntinsbip 9^ durabjh y.   .  Gum Boots consuntly on hundv-;-Boots madt to  order andREPAIRING /Ume at the^ortcstnouce.,. ���������  ������������.NEXT DOOR W) THE SENTINEL OFFICE, J&\  W RARKRRVHXK. B.C.  J. T. SCOTT. "' K.LIPSETT.  ABC5ADE  Saioon,. lately  ������������ffid^^������b&  IN ANSOUKCIKG TO  have j:  ilr   C.    Fulton,  WINES   LIQUORS AND CIGARS.  Barkerville, M \y Sgflu'l^  jol'Cm  CEHTEEVILLE ST03Ef    ;  KBD GULOII AND MOSQUITO CREEK.  John B. Lovell & Co*  EBP CONSTANTLY ON HAND A LARGE SUPPLY  ������f .        HIKERS' TOOLS,  PROVISIONS, CLOTHING,,&c, &c.  And for salo at tho .        ���������  Lowest Current Prices.  Only one Can Prtca asked, conscqu^dy no long  cmlit given p^^Qetoi-s on.Willow River,  gfeSws in tiiat section of coiintry can  bug^r &aa otuui   i better advantage tban  frcci-Willi.saas Ci'^U.  FlOOiyi;$:,:  ^A^R^-EKV^Iili]?;  ^N^UCTfO^^lLIi^E HELD;AT THE ABOVE  ������������������ :^oodS';'Wir^bn-'- comniission; ;;Goods received -:on  Storage';: ;:Monpg advanced tin {goods:; i ;t?";-;.-- ���������/,���������'?; ���������..: '��������� i  . ��������� Merclia n.ts: will please stMid Gooils co Auction .Room8  not ialcsr thau:Friduy Ev.emntc-tVir^aturd������iy.1.s sale. ,.,  VpS 6m...'���������'';."':T:        ::":!'���������-';' *-"v-';LEEyAuctjoneer.  Photograpliic  Ar.tist,  TTAS^OW^bPENED HTS PHOTOGRAPHIC .GAI>  Jl Ivirv ;nn lis. prepired to do all kinds ot: Pnotogra-  p.Uic and. Jewelry work,- execnted-in the;highest style  ofthe'irt.        *L:w..-;..f.v. >X-i4>.~-.;i , -  Cartes (VeVisite. Timbre: de-i Postc Portraits, Ambro  types; Leather' Pi-ctares;.. Kilanatypes, Views o  Houses, Claims, etc., Single or Stereoscopic  Portraits also taken on;White Silk, Lioen ;or.Cotton  ���������������������������������������������Clcth.-^v"���������--.  ���������,..������������������. ������������������;������������������<���������:���������-������������������.���������:.���������~.-*,-U*~; -:t-     ', 'J:   -  BarkervilleT>Iayl,:i86S.   .,; ������m  J  WHOLESALE   AND   RETAIL   DEALER  -IX-  G-roceries, Proyisions,  HARDWARE,   DRY    GOODS,  CLOTHING, BOOTS AND SHOES,  &c, &c, &c  BABEERVILLE.     .  niv2S 6 m  " STOVES!   STq������ESs  ADAMS;& PEARCY  ,    BARiCERyiLLE,  - Have just received a choice selection of -  CAST IRON COOKING STOVES  TTW  'PLATE  AND   SEEETlRONr  '   with various other articles in thoirline of trade.  Sheet Iron, Copper and  " j> vivo satisfac-  MST All Jobbing in the Tin, SheetJMj  iS5icAo.ati������������dca to, am warrusi.^ t-  Zisc.tmd  tioii*  uiu  andCi'bssman's 'and other specific, mixtures for i-Goa*   .     ^.- , ���������.-,---.  orrhoj'.i : a great variety, of Toilet: Afticles, as,^Ctmhat      '  ' ':v;'?--'���������������������������-    ���������^-������������������-'^^  and ,'An tier; -He will. alSQica/vc regularly twice jprerj; '^.,.   , ,                  (      ��������� ;'   *:  .\^wkfdrtha;saittopkccsjvW.lth,ihc:|Ciim - ���������'       -'        -,           .  oii^^ the mornings of .its issue  iVHe will attend/U/'all > , \    ���������" '   "              .-      >     ���������  ^iiids of commissions. cl-Ci, for. miners,..db'tafl iv- If eon- ,       ,                        ,'   ;  ses;������cordClaims,?examte^ -                           -  will also be attended to. -.He,- will also sead coutj itbreo r          <          '                 ���������,-';:  timfisamonth, an Express to Keithle,v: Cree)c,*Fo;l������ ^        . :      '    -      ,        .,.:.- %:  ofQuesnelle, Cedar aud iilacb Bear Cracks.  'He; vrlft '                   .���������;.-;;**.  have aii drace at, Barktffville; ��������� where, all ordcrs,.e'tc., '  crtii.beieft.    :> ������������������������'" ���������������������������; T1:- '":..>..r -1:: ^'---V-* > :"c ^-i' : ,   .-       ; j.-- ��������� ?,tM  ...May-ft.-1868.  Also, one;splendid Bar Saloon Stove, &c:;r&c^.:^  . All accounts due, to the, it&$c^^6d>tnu^1}q^itt^:  before the 10th June next.'.* ;i       -: ���������;.- i :.--tlr '��������� ���������P^P^r^ \>  .-������������������: -J -;,---.  ,.:/���������,���������  -, ,;  L..MOTJTTET:*  Richftcld, SfaVlOtb; 1868:��������� ������������������:. y - myllinr-1 -.-  AND   STORE.  rnHE ABOVE!HOl^fHAVI^ BfeEN;.,REBiftlA  1 'and fitted up lor the accommodation ,oi; the public  will be kept in a Style to defy^ompetition. ���������:' '���������'''p* ���������" 'J.'.  ; Goods sold at Wholesale or. Retail and as; ;cneap -na  ibe cheapest in Cariboo .-market./../' - ..;;������r.r ' :>  WiHiiesale orders from outlying Croeks will be. jor-  ; Van Winkle; May 1st,1368.  - .       . ;; ��������� my.U 6my  N O TI C E!  YALE   MADE.  BOOTS 1  PRICES MODERATE ; WOKKMA^SHB? BN:,  1 exct'llcd. Parties wishing Yale made Boot?. ^  will please send their orders to d; McQUARRIE,5  who keeps the best of French leathers always on  hand. Orders from Cariboo and the upper country  promptly attended to. D. McQUAIUUE.'  i y������lu, B C, May 1,1868. -Cm  THE BEST ARTICLE IN .THE COLONY,  . IN -SIX POUND  TINS.   .''.  CORN W ALL'S DECEMBER CURINQ,  J&ti received, and for sale bv ....        ;.' .    .  E:. PEARSON BROS..    "  jeS    " '��������� '**' '   BsricrviUe:-  ^(gftt-ii^"''i\'v''":" *'"-', ;f- ;������������������:  :XHe1^B0O:!SKPJ  T/rcr.Tff  ���������"SSiSt^for.;the ^^ar^oQ^entuiel."''  j;;W. Lindlvird:  c-i '���������&���������$ ���������;;:���������':  ;,T0; COltRESPONPBN^.>.y;  J < i PI -  jr-���������/ -  fuublis,  ^ds#ood<tuKh.i:v^ '  *v;*.;' A V'>-;tfO;ADVERTISERS;: /,;���������...  :   ������y?AU Advertisements (not inserted for any definite  WV;' (  ���������^HIS^WO^N  yV.���������-���������<-> v ���������,*';,-..'��������� ;(   '-���������','.���������''U:,',;'.-.   :'.nv,'.'-'':      '  ���������',-i-.--   ''������������������.   ,-"���������  lllllllllISi  (/;���������? //>���������  / It has seldom fallen to our lot to wtacps  ���������or record the events of ;. a r single.: week so  fratVgbt with good feeling and, .we,,.' ft ink, ��������� so  iwUcatuTVof -go������u results, as were.the. events  ": v,^������H������t'^M?k^wl*ea ftue^/repreiw^ita tkfis^ot: the  iwpj great^Anglb-Saxoh natious of America  Well jCi'leljrated ^heir national anniYersary.  "TieAieleVration df>Domnnon Day on 'the.: 1st  -';'':'*6f luly; iuaughrated and earned through by,  ' . the people;of the British Ahier)can Provinces:  t ���������"-.. ftufeA \ibyx the rlo,vcts of fr^ee Government of  f������������������''rf?^ejp^|hatidQallty,i sha>ys  not' merely how  , t ttrdentily the Oanaolan ^eonfe: in- this xb.lony  esironsi  If^irr^pbhmble 'andtdespotiOGtJvernmeiiti  mS^������**7 - ] : ' :        " S^ can b%  PfRf,   ������������������:'*',"��������� -'���������    ��������� :��������� ���������      '-?. Sound,'Will embrace the privilege of celebrat-  Sewisrds,  tbe^^olfax^v  ot the ^:ynit������d   ;States,  and  and  the, Xovejoys  rabid r and ^Strife   engendering {ipolitieluns  of England arid Canada, the veofm* of North':  Amedca, c 1 aimin������ *������ nojsptnmonan cestVy: and.  recognis i iig. o h e gen era 1 $ysi* in o f p o p u 1 a r.  government, feel and fciJbV that their .interests"are onoj and that tfcese interest are.best  [Subserved by the intercliarirre pf kiiidIy Jetjl-  \\rigand the an* optionot:: reciprocai laws, .that  tli������ natiirail ^channels of; commerce: may ixoi  be impecled ,by. tbe barriera ,of" tfn natura 1 re-  i Mix ictioiis. .-, Th ere a: re i nan fe no don b t,;. :q f  ! commanding influence in the .Suited States.  w ho consuler that the {?������ccess o f ib e ?Do'mln-  ion '6 f Can ad a won 1 d re ta rd. the p r ogress an d  diminialt' the-prostige of, theh* own cpnnky,  and.would r^joice ut the defeat or ill success  pi.] th e Ke v.; Dp ra h\ i < m. an d loo k u j>o n a mle&r  atiOirto the IJnited States;-.us the iiaiui'ai'.dea-  ^iny ��������� pL an)3 ihe grealesV  America:: Many of those who tinq.k so(arc no  doji bt'honest minded men; and believe that a  gvmtetr jrood.woulil aeprne^ to:-the people of  the eontinent by s������ ch a unip h; b'ht'Twe" b'e"i"  lieve that; tii������re"lire a ^reaier and a better  portion of the people of the United States  who h ear tily wish ��������� th e Do in i n i o ii su ccesa, and  belieye that this continent can be better governed aud become more prosperous and happy  by: being :two> liations in JViendly alliance;  ���������working together for cil  clvilhsation and thpdeyelo  <leM9 Tesoufc^s of this great .country; and:work-  iag up to its " ne plus nltra?;' the -yet: unsolved problem' 4fpwfe<ii Government:  What gran (Tor or-\ more ."glorious - tho v tglit can  there be for; the^ content pi ati on of; the patriotic  mind; than th at o f b ehol di n g :the en tire Ameri-  ���������pan.people, who are already bpnhd1 together  by ties of consanguinity, an d even relations  m ore cl ose,: estab) i shed in to" tw op o werfii I an d  ^m^'-As^m^^^^  ' -J "'     ������ A R K E iS' V J L L B ,''; '���������������������������._  "������������������������������������ ';��������� ..���������' -^������������������������������������E'BAl.S-ttS ,lf"--r���������';:������������������ '���������" ':���������':  -MJ..JV-  T'  ���������������������������'. ;;-am>.:  j#Of!  GbOTHING .  NEW APyTCtlT^lSMENtR:  ,".:,'-jn'the(Theatre:Royal, DarkeryUle,; ^.j- .  S|SrmnnceS:^:toyi^^  ulaces of amusement on the Pitciticcoast;.;:,���������-be ..gnitee,  Lot being *t'w^^ ^^^^'a-ft^^*^  invited to give thiiir.atun dance and passr their own  praise or censure. V ,^:, " \ -;f '������������������'-. e,,Mtor;4ir.  ������������������!;������������������ The firat performance wjll take placo.on SATURDAY  NIGHT, when the sile:sjdiptin^Sf^ ,���������._%;,; ,j.^  The Perseeute^������^^^^  v -���������',/' ORIGINAL;^JOHN; renM?DW^.^  wiilio given in a most envctiye...style-.u^&yt i������is#j  iUg the!riaiibnal-anniyersary  >hd' their- heart ss^ ever * responsive: to  ��������� ���������������������������'jnaxim,'- .- >';= :. ���������';  :'"'.'';���������"'������" Q*3r.ebuntry's welfare;isrour first concern,  ���������r:/:::>Att"d- who proiiioius that -best,' best proves his duty.?.|  .The: celebration of the two  anniversaries  ^whieU'w^���������have just witnessed has  another  ;������nd still^more general significance.   It shows  bow ineffaceab 1 e from the hear'/, yea even the  ���������on) of man, is the love-; of country viewed  ^;Ms^bir.tbpjace-^tbe  VLand where he first learned to lirp * mother's name  jTlio flrsl beloved in lUe, the last lorgn-.'V r.-  The laud where all his boyhood's life was  cpentiabd :wher.erthe^m'pBlfende&ring and latir  ���������z&tig:'frlehdHbip9i^were ibrhiifd^ never 16: be jfor-  jrotten or<unloved.    ��������� Tis true that a man may  " feel niihselF; compel led j from .what be con-  ceiycar:tp��������� bejinjust and_ oppressive laws and;  Acbn3@t p^ ofi  Hi   connti'y������ -to, .forswear   his . allegianee  ::iheretOvbutitil^ the: laud''^of; bis; birth  and  fj������a)fljr;;3j^^has:ahpM that  j?an never be 'effaced or eclipsed by any new  ���������ii"or^second love. 'He may, even raise his hand  4ri reb el lion ��������� an d go fp r tb an dm ee t his fel lew  <;puntrypi(?h as foes in; the blood red field of  "b attte, aod may pti t forth his hau d to devas-  tate'and,destroy the land which it was once  bis pride and bis boast that it surpassed in  wealth'Jand'prbsperity'? all other  lands,  and  then sit down and weep at the  ruin he has  /wrought, and the language of his heart still  ���������will be, lifce that of the * children   of  Israel  when they sat by the streams <>f Babylon and  ^cpt: '*������������������ If I forget thee, 0 JeruKalem., may  my right hand forget its cunning; may my  jtonguer cleave   to  my mouth -if I prefer not  thee above my chief joy!"   Such then is tbe  omnipotence of that passion called love of  country, that no- time, circumstance or coa-  ��������� dition   of things can efface it from the true  -lover of the land: of his birth.  . "They love tbeir hind because it is theirownj  And 8Cora;t������ give, ought other reason.why ������  : The;: iflpst pleasing and the most significant  (feature presented in the events of- last".week.  ::^&''ConBectioa;wftb-th6eeli9braticia-of the an-  ' ������i versar ies,' is the m an i f est one n ess of sen tinmen t and interest which binds together the  Acglo-Saxca   people   of  the   continent   of  &Mib. America;, an^   Eott?5ti:iat������nding: "%������!  peaceful and prosperous:iudustry such as tbp  :wj>rldi:iiever::has^ -^ ��������� natipns of  "pe W i e" of JP ne com ni oh' origin /we d de d to; fr e e  ah(l- poputar governrapntj won by tbe sacrifice  pf blood on the one,handi and by loyal and  patient endurance and ::persevcranee on the  other, receiving the blessing and support of a  no'longer' arbitrary and unjust i>arerit-^pne  resting iipon^ the^equator^andthe:^ ther backed  by the North.:,pole; andlaved by the,shores of  the Atlahticand 'Pacificbceahs:f Thplhought  is isO grandithat its contemplation. leads one  to the" prediction of..results{that .will:changp  the entire^aspect^oF the politicuj^an d Qomtuer-  cial world. . Sii ch;Ve tiiink^s tfc" only scheme  that can", bind' the people of North America  in; harmonyv anfl eoabl:e them-to accpmplish  the omission which itis their destiny,to per-  "t>rmtthat:pf giving'tlip: mp^trperfect;laws;of  liberty and commerce toHhe worlds and ea-  tablishihg" this -continent,; as;; it istby nature.  the cenIre of commerce to th e ��������� Wor 1 d, the  ceutre of strength ahd industrial ntihtyf, and  where every man, rib matter what may be his  country or creed, may rise to the highest  com mer cia 11 or p oli tical p osi tioti- j n the:- land.  Qn the other hand,:,it any untoward event  shoti 1 d obstrivct or defeat the,consummation  of the establishment and unionpf the nations'������������������.  we can Bee but little hope pf peace for: the  world for many years to come; andJf we felt-  permitted to gutter an1;; anathema, iwe would  say palsied be the tongue of that nmn who  would breath onfe word_��������� which would lead to  bloody strife between the people;of the United  States and;; the people of the British ��������� North  American'Provinces;.' ��������� ''������������������������������������:'* ';'-������������������-'  ;;:-" --:������������������; q----:-;  ;���������?.;' LINES TO THE -TELEGKAPH. V '   ���������  Who can tell What wire ;s worth   .  "When it's wound around tbo earth,   :  Bearing safe o'er land and sea  ���������Flashing electricity?  Telegraph with mystic 'hands- ���������������  lleytals the news of many lands;  Honest, faithful, silent slave;  Serving boUi the just and knave.  There's nothing like the Tele wag,  AUho7 the bulky letter bag  We mnst confess was quite a bo on  Who nit arrived bu t o nee a mo on- f -  In those days when news came slow,  Often stopped by rain or snow,     ^  How we used to guess and guess  What news we'd huyc per next Express I  Now we'll know per Operator  Those news ahead and something later.  Soon we'll know in Cariboo  ���������:.-.-r.''-.v.V'-.,   ���������. .��������� , lh'additiou-.tp ��������� ;,',: ��������� .:/:-;.v ������������������;>.. :''���������': :;  ,. MISS ELLA JIGNTEZ, and���������-.:,,  . ������������������.���������mipierciv.;. :,/,;-':-.:  W to inn'ownco to the public that they, intend ^to  perfbrm Weekly^ during the season on,,,;:?.:,-- ;:  [Incorporated by; Koyal GEarter/ 18C2;] ^  :,ca?it^, -' -I,>'*;-,,'^ fa^OQipoo,^'  -S-7l>r^;Miifof m^^^^r1  !!>;.��������� sy.^i.  ^ y,ij> cafteisaiiell pn.. th^JSaak'a "Bran Che's?'  H'SstYASCGUyEB* ISLAND r  The doings of the dark Hindoo,  And we'll hear within a day  What the folks in Europe say,  Last rep o rts fro m M ad am e Rumor-  Bis, and Nappy's latest humor.  .���������'������������������:.���������   . - -.,S ...V-   ���������   V  Rpsmb  13tli Mst!;  BBNE*IT ^  The Cariboo Aniateur. Dro matie Corps' will render the  :  ."  ::'   .-'���������:������������������/���������' following pieces:    -.       ..--.���������������������������,���������=,���������,.,.--  " 7 THE '.'DE#b������l��������� 'Covzm^p  The B<irort:jeseplirBluSenbficb, ���������'A PiJM^rcin.  Al b er t Eli re a s tul n (* Studeri I), -��������� - ' ?: ������ r B Jun t.  Wilhelri'i (a Sirvnntj;      - " - - -   -' -1 ^.Kr'Grii.ati^  :���������:>:���������-������������������ Ang.elaV";-:' --:-���������'���������������������������>"-:"- -'���������?." -������������������ FlorenceWH4bn;i;v\-?.;.:  '"; Ursula, ��������� - "'-���������" -   - -   '���������' -' : ��������� ; ���������  ���������  * - "   '���������   ^ ":i;  Interlude; during which :kr he'nnctt of Cent'rcviiie;  and sevi-ral other, Kcutleweni will Flng GLEES and  TRIOS, an d; 'IXth Park er will'-. render somi of the  choicest selections from her repertoire, ;      v;      r^-  % BOMB AS t ES   FUR,1QS A. ^ : ;  King Artaiominous, - ������l -   :-   -.'., Mr W? .W-.-HUf. 1  Fusbos.   ���������-   -   -   - -   -   ^: -   Mr Blunt. ..������������������;���������:;..';������������������,  General Bombastee, -   .���������,'.:.,-: Mr Taoinpsoh. ),.  ;.     Distaffiiu, .-   -.. - -   - ������������������-'-. lira S. X*. Pjrk:������r; ::-;:  In consequence of the %*ery jjreat nssistrinc5-Mrs  Piirker'-has always:been to tbo Corps; it i.fliopad the  pu b J ic will. hiark tlieir app redia ti on on tharoccasion  by si coord ihg her a full; house.   ... ;V:f'  Doorsop������n at 8:30, performance to commence at 0.  price of admission;   $1 ::  li-.'ser.ved 8ei������ts,;.;50. cents  extra. .' ������������������-.''*"        *;*t ..-���������.���������  ���������   ������������������ iy9i*"  ��������� GOD SAVE THE QUEENS; .::  H^OUSE.  ::���������:::.:.���������-'���������"���������;MISS   HICKMAN     ;  AS.OPENED THE KE������ BUILDING ADJOINING  the Post .Office asa.; ���������       ���������    ������������������]. -;v- ���������:/'.���������;���������> A   ���������  LUNCH HOUSE AND SALOON, ���������"-;-"  where she Impe's to receive' a- fftir share of. public  patronage froiii her friends" a ltd the public.  ; The Bar U stocked with tho best of tlquor?,-and"  geod'BOARD furnished on Uio most reasonable term*.  Alsp,t good BEDS and ROOMS TO LET, furnished or  uni'urnished. -The kindest attention Wjil.bc paid to  a il wliomVy favor her wit ha call "        ' "; "'��������������� jy fi 1 m   i  for sale,     v"-;:;-;"'1  A FIRST CLASS CABIN', NEAR BARKERVILLS!���������������  x'IL This c������ibin was erected ntgreat eJcjJerise, and ha������  ftynull beneath lor the storake ��������� if wiuIer A'e'gctabWs.  With very little alto rat ion it might he made an" excellent winter res-idem;;., as it lias a double roof; ���������'������������������'  ���������ty?}L{JLf: Jl: ^tiTEU, or Urn Oflico of t h l.-i.pnper.  BENEVOLENT ASSOCIATION.  'JT/.S   ALWAYS  ON :KANPVAW IS -JIOWfHLV  i t ;��������� importing .the.nios t comP^t^ftaaortmeut or, "- '1,:  JSiiglisii ^lotHihg,^-  VMch*:wiSi ^b^,found (Jifftrcrii?. priti m������ iaSuiV  quality tfa������jii;iiuy;o>iter Ju Vtcf>riii./AA ^ J'V���������^ '  .   W3C VTILSON tr tbo onjj? Ioipji^. if ^fifo*} '<* . :  ���������-;"*'���������'ll    SILK OVERSHiaTS;^'", ,i? i,    I  ,'   f.EATHEll; COAT'S^- fl,;.r  vAND WEST END FANCY HOSIERY?/  ������������������.:;' i(H E     B AN K'  -6>" V'"?t   ���������'.  JLT^.t:c;:tr: j;:&^:^|.::  ,   dry, Agents for the:Bank; pf. Montreal. :  ON'-OANADA-Tlio" BAbk dr Montreal, v ���������  ON VSCOTL^D-Tlie Bntiali Li'nen'Coa,  HUp$*nyj������wK*! A-\7AA;AAiAAA^AAAX:AA':'--.  ON IRET^AND���������The Btuk'of. Iriknd. ������������������'  ON MEXICO AND SOUTH AMEIUCA-Tiw  i-',M v Xondou! Bmik.of MesiGO/& South Americ* -   .  OK BNGLAtvb���������The Bank of British OoUrni-  '���������' " -hxk: Head Office���������East. India Avbdw,  1  . Leadenhali street.  ^       "- :  \ Beceived(on Deposit, or Advances nitdei on them.  'T'- TELEGRAPHIG TRANSFERS  Granted on Victoria, Saa Francisco, Portland 6������4JC������w  ��������� '   \ ���������; ,- '. .;.'  '. ��������� .������������������������������������York.:;.  ��������� ���������-.-..���������'..'-  Every description of Banking bUsiueBs tranwcWd.  H  SHIRLEV BLUNT, Agent,  1 William Creek, Cariboo: s i������������ ���������'  ���������������:%#*������ v ***������**; * **������-��������� T"lv: ������������������  AS -JU^;REOKlviEli:jFRQM   ^ICTD^^^  :of the largest and best: assorted stocks or \;/  .liiiii snathes; axoaud  scaled, carpenters1 tool  ^kbanuftvrope'&s^,  6, locks; Wnves^rew^^  ������Sple^S and'eouthook,,^^^  una: htintirifi knives;, cutlery,&i 8ft U.w. A^  every  find m  ^5?  r nri'rtf nccesHary for a mining WP.^yiSJV  andmuJe^a^nfs.   ^ongoo ^-jft  Ft:������tionery, all of which, he is nrepared WMh&jJ  which will (lefycompetllion;   ;  ..~ ��������� .;;   -^t,.^,^  May % 1863;  Be mshrog madly past Van Winkle,  Quicker than the rushin % y?ind,:  Leaving everything behind,.  Coming from an Eastern, clime,  Chasing, racing, beatmg Time!      -.*������������������"���������..  July 1, T66a.  Iir-ASON & ������ALY BEG TO, ANNOUNCE THATitfBV  Jxfc huvo opened the above Saloon, 'and: hop*. W'������l  tlieir expi-rk-nee and strict attention to merit asuw������j  tlieir exp  of the public patronage  Mem hers n n fl i n ten t iing. me in b e rs n re eu hustly re-  quested to be present. :\   __  ���������1.v6  ^ R, P0OL, Secretary.  dr.  chipp,: ;:::'~  ���������   M:R.C.S.   Esq.,   L.S.A.  Lonr,  8TJB&EON  AND  ACCOUCHElti'-    :  Meals,   Laches,-   Oyster  .--..   Stews, &������'���������>: A:.,-7-  i   Served tip ii:^!^^ "^ ������S%  .Bark It vi  At horno fof consultation daily.   Office'"two doers  bfilow the Theatre.   Office fee, $5, - '"-" -'���������'-������������������'������������������  I  ��������� PEKTI&7RY���������toili Estwctea or rmedwith'fOoid,  601 Toke  1-85 Large Team  ., Alt in fine edacities.  j^22 1������  C^������^c  i!������ri^:  WsSfc^/:^���������������������������" :;- rr -'���������j::::,v  i$$mm^  '^i  5^aK������BSE������i3Bb#'-  ..-.,., :a^*-.^* *  L.ll������������llllliMfcU������**IIM������IM<WIAJ������il������������imaMMt!IJM|]ILaill)tWlMIHJ'{^1IBW.iLW^aW ,,*<������������������>._,������ ,-,\.^.-.....;  UKifc  H"^''l :-���������'���������'"AT-  ... .tn'#*present  aiowingclaiiri^  to be bars.'.������������������'��������� It would be well if many 6f -us  instear^of glancing Iijylitly over tho letters;  /^ith.the remark that they ? stfe "pretty good  |;ahd JmV some fellows ���������liicely^"; would read  I them:: caret"itjly :ancl take to ' oursel yes sonie-  .....��������� , thing of the tM>uke;wliich Mr; Anderson has  w������v*.������ y r ������������������ v������������4������������*y������������������.,.v���������...,������........, fc ���������. -ion of , j a 6. d eserVC'dl.y giveil: - for the best of u������ iatght  professor-Wilson and Messrs. Barry;and ^J'ig-l profit by much that his verses contain. ���������':.:;'Tia  glebutb to the company is an ac^uiHitionjalhiost? a   ''"    " ;' "'*' ";-"'^������"'^--^--^j*u~  Which wilt add'very, nineli .to $ie: popularity  of th is al read v eel eb rate d trou 6e,   The; farce  umha,i���������������������/������i>j1 . fai* U.jtiti*cl��������� ��������� \r.  tii'mii: -It  Thi&.well'Snown tioup'e need])ii^|ittie;praise,  at ftiir nun (Is. Their ^lertotuna^qes^furnish  : their own commendation, .'-The:, addition of  ! Cariboo ,wh6"wouId guaran tee" to ��������� col 1 act tu������  [m m of S1500, tor the aame object. ; An effo rt  was maeleiijyamuch rejected barrister (Who  Is liot at; Gaf^qttfsis year) to.carry tins ar-  rangeftieivl; into|:en*ect* "but- without sueeessj  Surely, vhereiwe; no iaja&e^jim^et^ipan ho  attiVphed," V$A&1: Bishop;; Io'every, part nf ��������� %tr'  .1:a-/;,... '+*������>. iiart,\ 1 u ai'������ <\ov������ri K������i; 1 ftVit'mIV Yn ward a ���������  announced."; for Saturday njjght vis ���������������������������of a ^ry  am n si ng ��������� character, and if th e i niniitahi e To m  fcaforit and: the scarcely : )e)& ;eoin Ica^'Ned  Ward donft produeey;ifn n in its ��������� performanee*  f liiBie: cd.- a^j;^^i^) - Ki^nd-Bluic- Go every    *'  ��������� nnd TeDoe&JW (cieetcruan^. _* ;:;;, ^_,, ^...., j.ffin.... ftfVH^  ibis weelv,an^������?/ ^worfe ��������� Tfieal������tteker  jrom a day ^gK ^������������^ tUBi^  ��������� ,-:yfe?*-^rSLJ Mh tbev did astweek,  asSS^ ,w-wL,b 8 Tr  ������������������ --^   Ph^h i������ bet Bhirig o ^o much needud,  iS^Sfbik%S^Vof*������ae. which bad  ������������������tfi e fondeBt Vntiotpklian of tie rffnrfc  :4Dflt:"io,,^"U   ^KV^^hfi w^wsh success  ? ���������;trail to the^impbvtantcli^inss;  *���������-"������������������ ��������� ��������� i'" ; wohtKino'criseicv;v ''���������,';;:  ' ^'Grea^asiern^ payiog^eii' ^t a,nugget  <   JX& over 3 o������ last week^ght^^  ^ S4*rd^^  VAS'WlNRtli^CaEKKi  wv *.������������..ybodyuon;Saturday'mg& andbee 'Uie;  fun, arid^et ihe worth, of your ,mpsi������yi^ f;  - ,:N6;,J%u?aRAM^-~J<tPt; as;' the^;. opeAtor :';Vat  New ^tVest in inster cdmnienced to seed JiVa^ our  ielegraphic repof t Vast evenui'gv tile ���������( i;ne; gave  out'And deprived.ua of wur.aews. Wo'regret  very ��������� much, that!: such ,i"-:- mUtortune';; slifenId  hav^, occurreitt, 'foT we 'ateSot only' djsaph  liqintid onrselyes but; our readers ;>yill also  be:;di9ap������oift}^  that this'mbrnihg thtjy slio!did'tiave 'th*?' latest  Udegraphic , news ��������� in the .colon v. ; We can  only Bay wo have don'e our best to obtain it,-  and ������wft can also.pay, our very accommodat-  ing frhjQd,.M'r.; feoie, tnade the ��������� \Amost: exer-  tionB to secitreitJbr u������.! We hope- We may  hot .meet with such disappoHitrneuts ofteni* for:  we invito spare no:paihe;o^  [.make. the^ Sbntwkj, .one of the test no ws-  papeiu la tlie colony,   '       _  , A *   ;��������� :: ",'  Nbrrnyd itKK I>KATnER.-^Our bld^ friend  Charley Beak has jiist arrived at the i08-hule  post, where fie; Calculates to inake hhf hiture  hotne. We! wish bim every supers and hap:\  pincss, aided as fee will be by .his Cbarumi^  you ng w i fe w ho m h e bri n gs al on^ w ith 'h im  A ronLQregon._- We,a re to 1 d th at :i n order to  ;pity that, the antho^f^Rdbpt^/^e  b'rOiid. Seetch:dialoct iit his 1 etteVai Tor ^'W uV  iesH^eiiy;nta'oy::Jwhb -would oterwisVj have  fekfen; a great Interest in-them ���������witHie unabU?  to appreciate'ihem as they deserve; trora their  sljnplipihability to understand;.the peculiar  phraseology in which,, tliey.'; are written. ; On  th e oth er h and; to his conn try men they must  f^nstitutp additional-chirms'*; 'and his mother  tongite, ,:lhbugir seeming ^ovuhcoii th:to othei^,:  is s wee (.er to a Scot tb&n the strains of an,  Ma\iw'harp; The letters are well.worth  reading,- :and aiiyone desiring: to..; jet ,his  ;ti3ends .have' ah i&a of what Cariboo- ia like,  can-do so by%hO'mentis so well as by sending  11heip*,ft; copy ol: Andtsrsoti's epistles,, ti-;-Say.-;  neviii^shall be glitci fco; fihdrthey meet with a  .. A.clefgyln'an;.^  ampujst'theav^^: At-i; ������������������,. ������������������.>\-������iwivy.$. vr:,v-.  O'xKOFi'n^ Ci.J:nGT ^F ti?tj - t>rcCE3K; -  ^S^IBITJS,;  rea^l^ salet and I. trust Mr. Anderson. may be  inducedv*o ^.^la .pe^again eu4o#ie^6arj-,  bop- ;rbymes ;:for i;n������ convinced he jiossesses  all; the" requisites necessary to;,the making Of  anoet. '; ,-V-;'   ������������������   Aa" v"  :: ���������  '   < - W.SXTaTHB.  .:; ^OtSK CniiEK. July; 5,18(58..:,-;., $ \:; ���������;.     -.  SU(|^CRSJGK"AND ITS TUIBUTARIES.  -JSftitoR SisNTiSEr^It^ is a fiaaUer; of ^r-  EiFtKEic. liithdred n$m of> tirabe^���������yore w   ^   '  Reived 'at fetac^o ry 'Alx\������ Box ford, - ^aSfl.^: lasi; >: A^ Ar  winterf tp'Jbe cbUyerted in^ u%imn matchek;    ��������� b  ���������Bnt n\)twii^stRn^^^tlie;;ftC^ ^thii /  branch onndititi^i^  %ta tM'^������t'A^|a^^K$^r^^ .:;....,:....;,  Usedlthere;ftre,m^Se:in Euroiie.':",; "     ���������*'"���������'���������  ������^^*������r<*if^^  indictment :ir  UJUtVMU,���������v .Jo^gs follows Itt1):-AhdHhe; said  ���������f.,.nbt ha'rimlftbfefeaV of Go^d bofore her  Leyesifcut ,mo%a^(i^ insUgatci.^retp.'1>y-^  ���������..-'. ..",������������������-.;' ���������'������������������: \i\7'AA'<-���������'%''::'-'���������'''.-;' ;���������''':���������.- 'iv'-^.l ������������������ '  "  ileU'&coVhM  ;4ft.:b������w .������������able.te^������u������h^������r  want of air 5 ^?P������d_^������f >*M >  [t,,������������������ fdjiy,;.thc'4tft insuroj.tt,.wi������v, ��������� vw.������*������*���������-���������������������  --  -.-" -mithe. old Donovan clami, which is owned by  '.Chinamen. 'This js the. third Killed"A\sk  the  f;:^tne:cja:ntjJi\JJ;^  ^commence waBbing,~-Smenton &fcpviiave  :":b^'������*wlu|luih1)e^  .will commenct-washing up this week. .������    s  ��������� :, ^ ���������"' '���������' :^:     isnsnsoNCKKKK.     ,;;' . w" r   .���������  A cempany hayo commenced prospecting  ���������nthi������creek.      "    ; y"--.' -;v A:r'*%'"T r.C ;  ntsoahRRi.v^-iiarkervillo. we think,'may-be  ranked as the most orderly mining ucmumu-  ' nity in the world.   Since we baVe token up  our resiuencc: here for the season there has  scarcely been a single case of violence or;  ^disorder --woTttf-iiofciiig.'' We; are sorry, bow-  ''ever, to be compelled to record;:*-couple of  -���������cases which occurred this week; ���������;i:One is the  ' case of an assault of igross natureby������������������$ noted  : ;character1)y the name of- Jack Fogerty, who  without pro vocation assau 1 ted: a tn an k'no w n  as -'��������� Red Alick.": ,The offender was.seyerely  -'��������� handled :by: the party assaulted. HTh^pase  wa������ brought before the Police Gotirfc, and the  ; ".culp'vitletoff with thetrifiing fine.of ^2 5Q���������  -:; seemj ngly: a'��������� 1 ight penal ty for ��������� the o^euce 61  ������������������> brcakiog into a room and assaulting a man  ia;hi8-bed.   Another case of assault; not  quite so 6eriousvwill 'be tried to-day in the  v Police Court.   The aasaiiaut is one  of the  gentler sex, who, .has been, exercisbg witjb  siuhg Bhot and Uireateninfe to shbOtI one of  ^���������,the;mHScnline;gendeK . The name ot the gen-  ;./fleiiiah we did not learn, but;the investigation  i-i'������f ^o^day will no dbubt disclose all the facts  of the case ts the public.   We "do nol appre-  ���������:* he-nd any serioua results will", accrue from the  affair.   ;>  . kits, Parker's BttSKriT. ���������The Amateur  .,  Dramatic Association, in apprec'atiou of the  valuable services of Mrs. Parker in Mistain-  ing the corps iu their laudable and successful  .. eflbrts in.giving to the people of Barkervillo  -  chaste and rational amusement, have Very  "' generously and, we think, justly decided to  give that lady a! benefit.   The performance  will come off.in the theatre on Monday evening next, as will be seen by   advertisement  m a'hother colurnii.: the pieces selected are  of the best class ari'd well calculated to bring  out the talent" of the best Members   of   tye  association  who ' are cast tor the occasion.  L We think the entertainment wilt be. the beat  .   that has ever been given in Barkerville, and  >ehope the publfc generally wili manliest  ^o^e:.nu^rRs^el1 ...,,;!..���������;.Vi.T ,..,--,..  afbresaidwy May&his-' ^le������a/? neyev ^ye out^  ahd may luck,, stick; to him to the u last.". \ '  ^ Low ^TKR>~The .wafer in. the creekaAi-  getting pretty low, ahdjjeyeralof the clairne-  ���������haye^^ejl^oVligeA3������ w������|k halfailayabbu^  in order ;to economise the watei\^0n"6rou?e  creek we learn: that some of the claims ..will  'b.eiobliged to atop altogether njiless there is  rain soonv, A slighfe^shower set in last bights  with: indications or a continued rain;:. The  weather for jtUe 'entire:���������:suminer so tar lias  I been so: uhusitally fine, that it is generaUy  weitber. set in very soon. 'We hope so; for  the good of the mining community:', ^   -  We alvrays take^pJeasufe in calling:piiblic  atlfentiontoimjjroVeinentkmtiotel accommodation; The;latest: audition in;this, respect is  afc the Exchange Hotel. Soda Creek. The  . roems' ha vie been fitted up \vith special reference to the comfort of ladies and;, families  travel\ing;to;or (to01 this distript.;and all the  little appliances 'for/^com^or^^eQ^r"-^. any  Victoriabotelj niay he .enjoyed.      :;;;:.    *  sometenrailc3in"lehgth,an*co  twice as mucfcwaterasAV  - ^ r '1 v ^'ne^,^f tbi creekf a distance of  wvww,. Smiles, to". alf appearances no pros-  peetinrhai'been: done, ;wbite%b������lo^.;a? canr;  ������������������ ' ���������   i> i ���������  i^. '*  to decide atsiaguiar,^uemjuu. ? ^���������i^*"v*f������,j*t/.;'  cently- deceased'.: had left by.wilUo a, poo|     ���������  nd^i^wftmintfialinn^ her \ life, soup *anfl -  'AiXrPVX^^AAPAAAA-iW-::  '������������������''������������������ A A-'A-- ':';-rA '-t^'M^AA'AA^m A^:  ���������?������������������<A^m ���������-.^���������.f>;>��������� -:.:;��������� "m>y ���������, ���������������%^m -; ���������  A;immmAAmAAAAAMy;:.  ���������feAWNEY^-LETTERSr  Dam: company., iney iu������y yvouviu^ ,oui.;.v^  ground',on;fhe leftl&  aboutfigbt dollars -per day. In the ,viciuityl  of this..claiiii Steveuson- empties: into Sugar."  On Stevenson Alex; Jack and company are-  sinkih g a .haft; - they are do wn ab ou t twentyl  seyen feet, sinking through hard^blue clayj  work.,on aliigb-bencb ob the bankj theyarfi.  making from ;��������� five:tor efgbt^doltarst|>er day " to  theniani rOn Sugar.Greeki near.tyejputletJof  Coo per: a company of (^rriishra^n "ate work;  mg land .making over-.,. wages. v<Aliout;eight  hundred feet belo\y; the:Corhish (til ftvS inen  are at work, called, the Ditch company:*; . They  are ;gr6un&4luiciiig :a .large ^bench, !i*vThey  have got the bed-rock pitching into, the bill,  and;although not;ia,the.channel, are'maUing  over wages. : This boni^piahy feeL sahguine'  , tha t they have a go od th ing, and: :ave; of; the  opinion tihat SugarjCreek imist; soon ��������� be - an  important mining carap^; The peculiar feature  of- Sugar -'Creek audits tributaries **" ^" ������^  SmTos^^ SESTiNxryV^Tberpieasure 1 have derived from the perusal of,Sawney,;s Letters is  more than I had hoped to* experience from  anything in; the ��������� way.��������� of Ufei'atute. p;*o.duc.ed  in a place like Cariboo.  (un 'V"* vf K.' ",��������� - ���������  It would,seem that  is the ex^  ^jiiiiudd'^cj'lijSacr,;  te ......  pttruxjtedvi  I'tKc aftva'ntagt  ibeVstCuia;'  pn������ar^fia^:t  :RdaBtcr,'   longer time iac<ins������?qucnpQv������ ^ -._,I������  go^s by. the cunfliied'jstcajtf.4 Jt*is^jhemicafly impossl*.'  .  :blc to retain tbo Qualities or arr^St' the ileterloration^f vi.A-  cesa of roKsting, and e^Bally creates; a % A ]  action" in tbcclOmontary pJ,iri������ vvhicligradUahy destroys  its ftmess for (irink. ^Biit to feUdn^tbe^cssohtHI *6it, ���������  >; ���������  Of Sugar ulevi\ t>t>M,^w .v..,~-...-.  tent of %rbuud in . which wages.can be,made  '���������* 4   Ui,nwV: hut, anet  the .'���������surfacei^jLi heard  but one  and i  allow? to tftws-.  "T"1  aPPrficiatiori\ both  of" the':ti Dramatic  Corps aud the beneficiary, bV:'giving-av full   suun^vr-, , .,  *  attendance, as we think b?. doing 86 they will the otherbtt^J^4 Wri  ; '.act c������W perforin a.fel eoai'a- biiVa $&** ^t;     ���������ssw1***^ * B]-'*������'1* ��������� ' -���������'   ''  '' -  bard: knocks (andrp\igh:living ate. powerless  to destroy the spirit of p6b$y in:one so highly.  giffed as the aiuhor 'ffvideritly is.  ^3 r.;;Ander-  soirs heart and!raind are;, alfke displayed to  advantage in the.; admirabIe letters: he; ihas  just published>. which, it they lack, ttie. exqiiis-  ite finish 0f sbme of Tehnyson's choice pieces,  possess much of that honest heartiness and  fearless outspokenness so characteristic of all  that Kingsley has writteh.u Manifold are the  chords of feeling he strikes: and skU.fully; he  touches them. [One can laugh; heartily, at his  hurdie song and endorse readily all lie .says  about gam biers and .gambling.   His touching  allusions to home, .home scenes, old friends,  andabovc all, his mother^ most be responded  to. by ��������� every h cart o f h eu-1 th y. mould .The  a m \\ slhg y et tru th (\\ I (a user! p ti on of I i f<i i n til e  eari'y times here must vividly r.ecati to old  hands their experience in the hardest days of  the hardest con ti try that ever invited civilization to take up its  rootle in  lis jugged  mou a tains.   One^can fan cy how amazed th e  unsophisticated Sawney. inusl have been to  learn how his friend Jeaines was  faring  in  thi3 far off land*   Th e peculi ar traits Of char*  ��������� acfer so often brought piit.itt tniners, >y; the  sudden acquisition of wealth, are weft, delineated ; and his strictures on the brainless upstarts who, as he says, ���������:  .." Assume, ma if nirstlion -ony daw  That o'er caw'd under beaven,"   ...,. r}���������;,,  whehithey malce a little*,raise, is tforoughly  well deserved. sThere is no' prevailing vice  "���������:���������  -W addicted to that he  ..on  and;  thedeen ^roudd" appears as: yet te^  wDd&>rospected..,In32,^  ������< ��������� &.* r,������./>oi- >i nVlcot as high, as tttt.y ao 11 Aip  dolara1 out of dne crevice, .b.i were speedily  ariou frtAagent!emeV^o,wuseBg������gedin  of tho aamsKt. isatwcu-U here, and  those wii0 barc,hi tliprto bc������ia; obliged;-to ft>fraiif i*rbni  taking Coftee oh acconpt of iU ill effects tba.ttbej'thp  ^HO-Z^lHlff^rP^^d.^ tU:o._<^inl,ciiiJE5iua������ter, being r*v  cptnmended by .a Uniedicat in en; under whose %'<)'tice" \ t  iiab b edn'ib ro ngh t ^aad---by numerous otb er tesii indSlata  initsfaVor. ; I AA r ,';;"FELlrfe C0,;"v:,  .;.   .. c^%c.liercbants,;:.ya  js  ^laNSSSs :EXPRESS.  N FpTURK AND;TiLferKURTHEkNOTICE;:;:jtiB;i  ������������������-: tlxpre^ vvlll; arrive in, Bafketvi 11 r** on' Qjiturdny  Evening) and cluso;5giiih -jQ^^b^ow^^-'^^'^lay^-; %$&  niiig, at Nt-s JC; <��������� 'clock; .-.VassenKers. le.ayifegvper,:Mx?..  pr������ss on WodnasUay doming- will be in Val.o;cnVSar.*.  dav-aftorriot������n;;'.;;- .'��������� :'< -\--;: -m' - A:/- i -,.v ?. \AiA':A"A'r-- &V- ��������� ���������  fane $H..im* ���������;-;-'; ..;������������������ ^;.ultOuEKrgvPOOl^;iA^a%';;,':::  ~'ZX'-  I  0t JSnt over ^es   All tlie (rtl.era-appear  of the ground,.3 i.f^X,  f'fl l^ no doui   but that a mining  XpeSily"tlTal -me of the most auceoes-  fttleaAps of Cariboo.   . '?.        v  KEWGions.  GkrpSnji^rs ;;an^;3niiider^i  (Opposite Cosmopolitan SaloonJy-.;',: ���������;'':->  V Job \V< ������r k (loh ������ Willi pu p'ctjaa U ty and d ippni ������������������b ft *  riasoioabj.i? rat.es. .Agood stock of suasoned liunbof  always on hand. V jfe2S 4m  tea   1        nil      -1-51   1 ^ ^ '  . Farmers; Attention;!  N  ANTD rAFTER THIS   DATE .THE -RATJ5 FOR  v/1   Grinding ut the Soda Cp.eek iliLL will :bc , ���������  ONEr-tfAt'?- CENT PEE pCftf-S'D  and screenings retnrne'j;    A' first-cfasK MlUtr coa*.  Bwnily Xn attendaricu.' Cajiaoityf; one bundrod and  flas-barrvls p>r;d.fi.y...... .,.  ������s-Satisfaction guaranteed. ���������   ��������� :���������*.,  ���������' '.,       ";  ...  -;. ���������,:..'.���������'     Jr.vB. ADAS8S-'  Soda Creek, On no 30, ISfeS.      .  AA,  ���������'���������*-���������  !   .    .  .; ��������� \  r-;; ,  ������������������ I  UZQ  ������^?mmm  to ^notice  pouueuv.^������������������; o    hjLV;nrr gent a clergyman  this ^ocese^'^Seldints of cShoo.  to minister amongst   bi ^^ flm(  Youi\con;esponcl������nt ib P^^ send a ci<,r.|  g?man w^^Bilwiiiforced;������'  Good Bods i^testanmnt; ;BUliard|aVie;;^'  U������ StftllMogAfr noacf.; Hay and. Oats,.   ,   ������,  ' .Mirv^s; .*. -.-      ,. ���������;   -    _ c-  Stipcaa; Pr0,  -i  -��������� - "- I  ������������������'i?"T~3 r:l"-"'  ^r  <������������������ \.  1  '������������������:.,;iy  -������'"������aa m^!!^!!^1^0^^^^^^^
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: moM on Tuesday nightan.^
Nova Scotia; against, ������$** Canadian act
BnMrnovcdaedmraission he appomted to
Scotia^ritregard,to,the.;pperatton ,ot the.:;Act
��� orconiederacy/ .This motion was opposed
: divisionin :,the:,:House .tolo^P^ce;amotion
���stdopM of 8Truiajori^>:La��e;r;jn tn�� eyon^
insane Irisb.01uirch:;>appoinlme!]S. under the
: BApeh^ff bill; passed: to a; third..reading.,.,
IMspatches: tro^
mtcnd37t6''issuola" general ta
calrp^nders;;ou ihe;anniyers^ ot Ins aeces-
^dii::toahe^HolyiSee.:, .���,���������'':���/������������   '���.- ������!'^
cept a body of cavalry, had: left: bcoulia ta
embark for Bombay.   General Napier leaves
on tho 12th. .....
��� ��� London, .June 20.���In the House of Lords
last night-the Irish Church. ..Appointments
Suspension Bill parsed to first readiup Lord
Gairns decUred his intention to oppose the
biiVLard Strathoairnipreseuted a petition
��� from the-people1 of> Nova Scotia: asainst- the.
'Canadian Act of Umo��.  .     . ; - ���    .
In-the House of Commons  to-night  the
Irish reform Bill was read a second time.
In the House of ISordB this  evening  the
Barl 6f:Edlrihnrgh, in some remarks on the
">bv8sinian expedition, said on account of tae
���Uiusiiii character of tbe^servicesperformed
by the troops, special honor should be paid
them on their return.     ; :->r   'A..       .   n '���. .
is?\Bart of Malrasbury, Keeper oi Privy Seal,
in reply said that the Ministry had not yet
;considered the point.  The Duke  of Cambridge, Gommander-in-cbiefof the Army, ex-
'pressed bis opinion that- unusual honors to
rtheniembers of.the. Abyssinian expedition
iwould.be a bad precedent.   The subject was
then dropped.       ���:   '.-V.;: .���'-
��� '�� The London Telegraph' has been condemned to pay ��900 sterling for publication
ibfa.Hbcl.     ... ,;. : '-r-.-..v^..-.- A/A
i fj;;i Paris, June 20.������A .solemn requiem maps
'jkas.performed. Hereon the 19th of. June, in
��* epniniehieration of; the death; of Maximiliah, it
>t>eing::the^ahniversar^^:his'execution at
��� '��-^r'e':presehfc��::#-$&$&$?>&?;���'.A ��� ������'';-'- ;:";-���
>:fCluser^?editor of We/; Journal of Arts, was
.: ^ondeintied to:two ;mbhths5 impnsonment and
"^'���a'fine of, 1000 francs for an article published
^ia;that paper.   ;:* '������*    _.\\'\ ��� -'���'
V;':;':;:. :;':::v''J"CALIFORNIA. .
�� 'San Francisco, June 21.���At half-past 5
.'o'clock yesterday afternoon a fire occurred'
in the store ,of A. Greenbaum & Co., 226
: Front street, dealers in Cigars and Yankee
notions by which the entire stock was con-
; sumed.   Loss $90,000:   Helnk & Luke, cigar
dealers, also lost about $30,000,
J. S. THOMPSON",:;Peebidbst;: ;i :
H. S. BLUNT, ������:���'"
This^ iNSTrrunoN is ,kow. open at barker-
ville, whore it is.now fitted iip with: a view to the
comfort and* convcriittace.of,the people of Cariboo.
The Reading Room-will bo found supplied with, the
latest English, Scottish, Omadiah, American: and Co-
Joninl-Papers and Mitfuzines.: - ���":; -:.; .-
" Terms of Subscription���$5^ per'Quarter, or $2 per
M^ntli. "Single .volumes loaned: to, ��� non-subscribers at
60 cents per volume, with $1' depoisit.
Persons not subscribers, visiting the Readin/r Room,
arid^malfIng'use of the'Books and 'Popers, 60 cents for
each visit '.���'.'."���'������'���: '������'���*'.">
The Room wiil be open .from TEN, A. M., till TEN,
- . Ubra-rian.
N. 15 ���A fine assortment of Books and Stationery is
always kept forau\q.,,    Y. , Cm
, Importer and Oouimission:3lerulia^
May 1,,130S.
/���v.""    :    >LANO AGENT, Ere,
: Ali busiiiess carefully and punctually'atteudtU;t^^
May i, .im;.A ;-:V:; :.,���.���:..������':...:��� '������--���-;'���: '������ -"���.���������'���������"'���������^??
���-��� ;   -x And' Dealers .In ���'
���M; GROCBRI-ES;; -���FROVI^'ONS?:.^rvrt;
.;���������":-';:'.': :'"V'Fivrt'Street,:yic[oria'j,:y. Iv
May 1^18(38;	
^El��3iSviFAR0O ^ :g0.f
'; New York, CaliifTnia/ aad'European Express, A
Ward- L'*t ter?. t>acleaves ;ih>l: Tre;tsur-V w ;;ll;iwr{s oi
the i'Hcifican^ Atht otic Slates, aiid. Europe.'Bills of
Eschan��o'"raw u on ,S��n Pragcisc*>, New York, ;Boston,
;iii.n,nn-l*>ii. at ctim-nt rates. ��� ;; ;v   ;/   ;
OElice���Yutos 6:rjct, \ icloria, \. I. ^
May J, lo'iS.        '��� ^1
^t\"n. HIBBEN & CO.,
tviLT/KomvAr.n rnoMin-i.Y, at modekatb tkhms.
English,. Ame.vic&n. .
;���;���������'.     ",       '";���'���  Frencii; Germa:i," "
And other Newspaper.- nud Pci todicaJs.
SuBSCRirT^Na, adding Posyagk, pjlyarix in* advanck.
M.iy 1,18C8. -' -   - Gt"
CLUB UUILDFNG, ���        .
Government Street,      -      -"   :-       Victoria', V. I.
��� Jewelry of every description made to order.
Mayl.lSOS. Cm   .
C. T. MlIXAKP. " J.-0. BiCEDY.
'   Importers and Dealers ia.
G- e n er al M e'r c h a n d i s e.
Wharf street, Victoria, B.C. .
;.���   ��� ���    ���     A GEN? 3   FOR
VH;6ni    ��� -SAN ��� FRAKCISCO.,-;.      '. -    -
""; :       YATES STREET,;    "/-'.'"     '
Third door below Government Street, Victoria, V. I,
' Has on hand. ��wi is constantly receiving a largiv
assortment of Cloths, Cassimerj:s and Vkstixcs,
which.be is prepared to make to order in the most
approved styles.
All order-? from Cariboo promptly attended to.
May 1,1868. 6m
DEALfc��r I.N
: No. 23 YATES STREET, VICTORIA,    ;.!;
(Opposite Wells, Fargo & Co's.)
Always on band��^-Caif, Kip^ Shoe Findings, etc., etc.
; ,May 1,18$8.v     , ;.: .- 6m
A A. :^eiiEffi & Co.j
.; Gkxerat/OuTriTTiiKs,
Jl and SHOES, direct from tho best Euglish  ansi
Scotcli markets.   Sell retail at wholesale prices for
CASH; - All orders sent tbrougli Barnard's Express
promptly nttended to. '
' 6m.
A^-" A ������liOTEL- -DK' FRANCE,:.::;;::;;;: '.
^ A"- - ���'govesxm\xr Street,' VierouiA, V.-% r ;
T^^of^te^nV��n^fe sleepin^accomq.
.���jrayi^isss;;.: A:r : :^;;</^;;
'; ;>V:"'Corni>r of Yaws^d #��? jStroist^ j^; y^
"'    ' \:;o  ",;: ���        VifWRTA,, V. l.r   . ' .   ';,>'tV*^\st
'mmvi.jsos.        ������ ������'<��� ���'��� ��� ���"- :_ill_
STORE STRKICT, ��� .   -   ��� ,n
Between Herald and fisguard, Victoria,.V:rr. -
A his  friends  i'ii-1   tlio    travdlinfi   public,   that
J. H. TURNER;& CO. "
iMi'oiaiius of.. ..,-,}.���
English & French Silks, Shawls, Dresses, 17b
derclotbing, Gloves, and every description of*
'. . .-��� Pnipery Goods. . .',;������.:'      -,���>..:
Receive regular suppliesby Express via Panajua.and
Ijysailintj vr7asel^ via Cape Horn.      * '"  ;   "���
��F5~ PaVticulnr attention yiven to all orders;   y ��� ���*��� '
London Firm���J. P. Tu.vstali.& Co.        .  '��� -��� ?:
ESTABLISHED -1S58. : ���        A-\
:ay-l, 1808. ..-.,     (5m.
��",;;.:'.;   WHARF; STREET,:VICTORIA,.   .: v;T.    .
......��� Dealers in��� ;   't ,,. ,
Fine English, Frencii & American Liquors,
Champagne, Claret and Brandies.  .
rV Br.inaies ahvai'.s on hand. .To dealers:purchasing
in h��r<^ quantities, a liberal discount will be made for
CAsH.   All orders will reci'i vc prompt iittV-nLion. ���
St. Lauiient �� Lambkrv,
Agents, Gfulreville;
May.l, 18GS. . ��� ������ 6m
JGood Beds 5 Restteant -Billiira Tahfe ^
...... ,. ..... .   u >., .     ,,. .,.1 ,      .. =    ..j , ���. .���     ��� Hm ..
\. V :;; ^:;-' JiTTTON, B:C.       ^ ; >AAV:
X "that thratjt/vc;Hot6I/lsijo\v'on��-nfo^tim^rS:
^erslgncd would also amioiface tliat aftailjed
to tho Hotel he.haBan ^xteiisiveXiveryStatdeifStadlo
Horses for. biro at moUerate rates.   Ht.y and OaiAfor
sale cheap.
royl'4 bin-
; w. Mcwha i:-co:;' ������ (1
'   '' _���-'*;";.. !Proprietors.1 j
>:;:--���?' M'is-
B R I TI SH ;   C O L U^M-B I A-:i
I priotowof thc,Tw��*nty-Nrino"MUe H<��use, Dougha
I'ortago^beg'to anuounie that having 'purchased tU
Clinton Hotel propeny, they arc prepared to afibfj
excellent, accommodation to the travelling public.
The tabic will at all times bo well supplied, and iu tfo
But will be found tho choicest liquors,
.Ample! stabling for, animals, and tho beet of. feed
cynaiiiflllybahaiid.   *   ;   ';'.       : ' ;';':.
They respectr��lly Invite a call from . their old customers, as vll as tho travelling public generally. -.. \
Olinton, B. C./ May 1, 13U8 J. SMITH k CO.
>i>    ,���; McLEESB & SENAY,  PROPRIETORS,-..;:
l> for the past.:and in order, to suit tho Uuws tbey.
havo reduced.the scale of prices,-viz..: /;v/.; :
Meals, $1 CO ; Beds, 76 COnts ; Board an��lT.odgiH?
per day, $3 50 ; Board ami Lodging per week, SIS 00.
.,.vHaving-.recently made large adeilions.- to, the/pre*
raise's so.as to givy first-class, accommodation lo'tlw..
eat injj arid ?lcepinK **lep-if tments ���' they hope to1: mtrlt
an extended support in tlio future. ..Private rouma for
families.        .  ���       ; ���.        ��� <    7,
At the Bar will always be found the choicest braniis
of Wines, Liquor's ami Cigars.;
The Stable is clean, attended by a good hostler,, and
supplied with the beat provender of the country.
Muyl, 1SCS.     '
"'������ '.'I
Fashion Saloon,
A D L �� R    &    BARR
Barkervijxk, B. C.
���May 1, 1868.
Saloon and Bestaurant,
Fort Street, Victoria, between Dou^as an J
...   .." nru.-i'l Stroeu;. .'
Muv8, 186S.
1 ���    AGENT. Go v.'irn j n eat St roe?, Vict c ria, V* 1.
Ma ��� }, 18��.
IV* \J* XX public that he. has purchasiirf.. tho
Imild i ng a nd l u rn it u re, as 1 a tcjy Occ o pi yd 1 jy M r-=
Heal, which he hua entirely refitted at Kre;U cost, anTt
the premises will now be found replete with even-
con v-mience for the comfort of familios and ladies anil
gentlemen. j^*T��nns moderate.-
���N. B.���In addition to the abeve, N. C Bailev ai?o
continues Scarry on the Hoto andHwarJim' House
on L:m^ley street.    . ��
Mm,1.:..^8.,,',,.���,,.., ,��������� '   '  1 Aim
' 1 .; Barkerville, jW'. e.,;
Also splendid Bedrooms,: and tho   nest Wiaor> and
��� .  ���' ��� Oigars.
Wharf street, Viptoria,
���; Offer fbr salej at low rates'^a
CRIMEAN SHIRTS, wUh Collirsi superior
quality. ' ::* "���^v-^**:"'.'
OREGON Flannel Undershirts; and Drawers.
English ,-; ���'��: -' -   ���'.:��;'-''," .;';;���;;.y���,; n��:': ;;i
Fine Lambswboi Undershirts and Drawers.
Blue Denim J\mi pers.arid Overalls.' .;
Canvass Jumpers.
Hand-knit Aberdeen and Oregon Socks. j; ;.
English Merino and Lambswooi ,    "
Best Scotch Tweed Pants. : -^ ���*
OREGON and CALIFORNIA Tweed '��� . *
Grey Drilling and Grey Calicos. \ i'.. ;
White Long Cloth, yard'wide, ail qualities.
Ladies' Trimmed Huts, assorted styles1, &c.
CROSSE & BLACKWELL'S Oilmen^ Stores.
SEWING TWINES, Ropo, &c.      .
BLANK13TS, 2A to 4 point,
case.    ������" .,"������    '-.""=..'='���'���
" PRICE'S �� BELMONT SPEBM^ CANDLES, in 20 !b. boxes.
"     ���������    ~  -   ':    SODA CREEK, B. C. ������'.
above, well known and popular esiatUislunent, teg
to inform their numerous f riciuls anrl tlie public gene
rally, that thev arc now prepared to afford every jc
comraodatioD to the ira veil in jc community, at>tu��-
mpst; reaRpnabler;rato of charges. ���������, Good cle^n,,air/
bed-cbambera, AA \: t   " .', .
.���'���"��� The Bar is sta>kcd '.'w!th the very best; pranas- oi:
Wioes, Spirits and Cigars.      *���  ..  ���'        ������  ���     /���* "
��� The Tablo is t-uppiiod Avith allXko substantia Is ana
luxuriesi.ihe country;��flbrds, and; meals^are s^yQd4t ;
all hours.    *'���"' . ."..v.1'"'    ,.;.'; v   - '���   \ .�� .'.'-'.,. : <&*
1; Tho Stablo'srnre! spacious;.comfortable, and ^attcBaea.;
by: first-class hostlers, a ndi' a. consent supply 9^:':.
best provender of all kinds.:  .       ^ iHfi     - ��l��i��;
Iu sbort, every, convenience a nd facuUy .wwjj
to the Comfort of; man and: beant; will be found, ana
the proprietorstiiU sparo'iioeflbrt m order.topveen-
tirQ.satisractiou to all who m^-jpali*nt��?^r-^"7'
lisliment.%: XA.A--A K; ���, ������;; A S.BATE|& ^;
: Soda Creek, B.C:, March 10,1^8.;   : .^V^m ::
Steamer Eiot^rpris^g; ���
���-in order-Wat-itiiAre^fcr
i with" BARNARD'S    EXFRSf,   '^
hSeamerEnterpriso wilihercafttr km
Quesnelmottth on Mondays & Thursdays at
���'���6 a.m. ; ���;:,;,;��� .
Will X'tfkve Soda Oteok on Tuesdays and
Fridays at daylights
m- Tho steamer Is not ref possible for leakage of
Oihs pother fclquMsshipped ]in tms.,   .       ,.o2am
Qu^tielmouUi,..June 19,18bb. -i1"" '-
In the Supreme, Court ofCivii Justice of
British Columota.
.' a^oticea    ���;���','���';,;.
t7"     Intho'matterbf the Estate and Effects of. ;
MRS THOSIASJONES, clec^sed, inte?tata;:. ,.,
���   ROb'SKR EDWARDS,. ' ';.i: } ,   r -.���-.'". '.0^-/' .
W1LUAM TREVENA;...,"  ,������,��� "."; v
=   HENRY:ALLE>J,   ,'   '���-.���>tu    ��������������� ^ k:-y^ :" fe  fl
All persons who are.indebted to ��/,< X;fith.
estates are required to pay. ��>*. *���S^.BWiD8t
with ; and all persons ^oh^ZJ^lfX^^
any ol:the above estates.aref^red toW��a ^
'( ���.���;���:.-',���'���.���.������: -.    -    Official 'AdraciriraWr.
ElchicXd, SM!^cn��, IMS'
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