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 ^ alarm  f>\ Port ^  mti.  O;  ������  Jesses, U&  crlpticis of  'HRAV,   :! |  *'t, Victoria, 1  ICHADIZ3-  5,  iciiin.i.. u   I  ION TO SK. ;  Goortsforlb*  j will rccelw; |  v.i.  with 8II thi  ping 8CC0D*  The test������( , |  Proprietors.  i,  icatro.  tfadured ������nl  iE" 'LIQUOR  Pipes, Siemi  n street. Vic-  ��������� yy:yUA  ������axt, Boyal  TlrtsUs to*  g|  ended ;Estab<  > choicest tf-  .": :':'-��������� 1-S"  er, I-;:;..'."���������;���������  asurc ici an*  ers and tUs  ���������bcsLF������E>'*.  B.C.  Victorifi, VI  BUTLER.   ,  ik-riiiFcBS,  vances ro***  &Oo.;Kcin*  ,      1-s  DBA iJEW J?  es, &o:, S ���������������  *".   .'.     s  {CHANTS, *  Is, Vfotorla,  ad \n\m*  .1-s  ��������������� !l-e3tt������g  GENEHAb  ,v.i; H  !COI,ONlf  crsfor'niw''-  ie ftbovo'*0  ada.Aastra*  Mm  cSSSn  i i*  ���������; ^<Jy>;--\^vv';rS  '���������.'���������������������������'   ''--7t.-      *���������-������������������ -"���������"%'���������'.'���������:    ���������        -" ~l A''-      '���������"���������'. ''���������."��������� ���������*���������'���������  Vol. 4.  :' :-'Barkerville, Williams Creek, B...C, Thursday, #oly25,  TELEGRAPHIC.  (From tbe 'British Columbian.')  London, July 5.���������-The Fenfaii''"-prisoners;  .Burke, SIcAfierty, McClure and others, have  %em brought froth Ireland.   ..;���������������������������'*  The treaty jo in ing Bavaria t-6 th6 * German  "Union was ratified by the King of Bavaria  and will have six votes. - - .- ...  In tbe House of Lords j fiussel moved to  adopt a resolution for a Royal commission to  enquire into the subject of. the Established  Church in Ireland. Lord Cairns opposed, the  motion. Der"by was willing for the appoint-  .'inent ofjh'e ^olnmittce, but denied that the  State had'end owed any religious body iii Ireland. -Russell's motion 'was adopted.   July 6.���������Minister Adams has been successful: iii procurinjf We'release. of TfilT/TOtrrtCtea^  'Fenians who will shortly sail for America.  In the House of Commons. Lord Stanley  'said the English Government was making,  blow progress in its negotiations in regard to  .the Alabama claims. He. did not despair of"  /bringing them to a happy, result. A .large  'number, of English claims against the United  States have been filed. .a ^   . I   ���������   ���������  Tbe Fourth of July was appropriately observed by a dinner at Lan'gham Hotel.  v  A'detachment of troops was sent to; Abys-  "siniaAh compel the King to release Britisli subjects held as prisoners. .. !  In the House of Commons several votes on  the opposition amendment to the reform bill  of Government were successful by small majorities.  Paris, July 7;���������Lord Lyons entered oh the  ^duties of his office as English ambassador.'  Paris, July "1.���������The distribution of prizes  |at the Exposition took place ; to-day in! the  -'presence of an immense multitude.   The; Empress Eugenie.   Prince .Imperial,   Napoleon  NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.  FASHION SALO  BARKERVILLE,  WILLIAMS   CREEK.  Tftfc PROPRIETORS BEG LEAVE TO AKNOUNCR  to tbe public that they have enlar<r������il, returuished,  and thoroughly renovated their capacious and. fashionable saloon, sparing ii ei th er pains nor cxpobscfor  tbo comfort of their Patrons.  , This is now the largest and most complete Saloon in  liritisb Columbia; consist im: of three* larg������ separate  apartments, viz.: CAKI) ROOM, BAR ROOM, and  BILLIARD SALOOX, containing three superb BILLIARD TAHLKS.  The  best  LIQUORS and CIGARS .obtainable, arc'  served hero.   This establishment is under I be imiribr  diatu superintendence of tbo Proprietors.  AOLER fc BARRY.  "^j'une'o'ni'riSoT.- :-"." 'm^irrrr  NEW ADVERTISKMENTS.  THE STOCK. OF. THIS OFFICE. HAVING  "considerably augmented by the recent importation  of. a variety of now Ornamental Type, peculiarly suited  ibr       : ;'..'." -.���������.��������������������������� ;    ;������������������;  Posters; Circulars, Cards, .     ' :  Billheads, Programmes for ���������  / Balls. Concerts, and  Tlieatrical Entertainments.  Orders for any description .of Job .Work will bo exe-  cuteil witli'iieatness and despatch.  '���������" 33T Terms modeVatc. *^gft  A  ...  Steele's Restaurant,  RICHFI1ELD.  H.  STEELE REGS TO INFORM HIS OLD FRIENDS  * and Patrons; tfc.lt he has opened his OLD STAND,  wlioro he will be cjlad to see. tbem.  jgsr Meals at. a.u. Hours -^i  ;   June 10th, 1867. .11-5  Eulogising Prance and declaring hi3 anxiety  ���������ior/peace. . ��������� ���������. ,-       v.-  --;rari3ra>aly 7i���������The" ^uteiurational /Congress-  5   '  RICHFIELD,  WHOLESALE   k  RETAIL   MERCHANTS.  A LWAYS 0?T HAND, CALIFORNIA AND ISTHMUS  ii. Butter, at $1 26 per lb.    .  Sole Ascents for Girod k Guichon, Q\iesno!mouth.  June 3.0th, 18G7. .11-3  PARIS   AND   LONDON    HOTEL  ���������AND RESTAURANT,  RICHF.lELi).  America.  New York, July 2.���������Thc Hoi-akPs Sl.Te-  '{ersbnxg special saj^s Ibe Czar met with a  joyous recplioiu The Commissioners "of tbe  llussian Aiherican. Telegraph are iu tbe city.  Their prospects arc good. ,  It was asserted in the. Diet of Austria the  'other night that Omar Pacha is preparing for  fin other assault on the main body of tbe revolutionist's . .  New York, July 9.���������Late. Europcan advices  state that all tbe arms of.the naval service of  France are being strengthened. The activi*  ty prevailing throughout the country produces an -impressiou .that * there are ��������� .impending  ���������'difflciilties.:"������������������' -.'* A':, -��������������������������� ��������� ���������.. ��������� '��������������������������������������������� ���������'': ��������� '���������,...", -A",. ���������  / Ottawa, July 2.^-Theitifcld. of linigi(t Coni-  panioh of;;the Bath, has ;'been; conferred on  lioo&^ow^^UcDbu^^.iM Til ley;.; .;  The Herald's special says^Lord Monet; will  remain at the head of the,.gbvernnient, but in.  a few months is to b^suceeeded by the Duke  of Buckingham.   ;. ... ;; ;  Mon treaI repprts say that all ,parties agree  with unanimity and.heartiness to the.Confederation. "No previous event in the history of  the country ever called fourth such a general  rejoicing. " ;  ;;V .; V      .'���������-.' "'.  Toronto; July 3.���������Tho goVernmqnt, having  received information that .the Fenians intended miachiefon the 4th, stationed gunboats at  di fie rent expected points on the frontier.    .  ,   Chicago, July 1.'���������The inauguration of tlie  new Confederation  was  celebrated to-day  throughout.Canada, by a general holiday, military reviews, public meetings, banquets, illuminations, fireworks, etc.       .   "  ,   Berlin, Canada, June 29,t-A large tannery  was destroyed oy fire to-day, and a number  of men tbroWii put of employment.  ,   Montreal, Juiie 27'.-*-An old mati and his  ���������wife were burnt to-day, witli their, house.  r,, Washington, June 23.���������Congress met to-  tlay^ One hundred and twenty members of  the House,, and thirty-four Senators were present;   The majority report oil the impeachment "will not be ready this session.   The  minority report favors immediate action.  .  Ac'co tints of great destitution in North Carolina dnd the South, are constantly being  received.. , - ,.   "A   .,.  , San Francisco, July 5;���������The. Pacific JL S; S.  ���������o.'s steamship Colorado sailed yesterday at  noon, oir her third trip; to Asia. She Had  about $220,000 in treasure for Japan" Her  cargo was valued at $272,000. She had 174  passengers; i  f he. nude reined have refitted this well known house  : vr\ iich is now open for tbe accomodation of the  public';,    ���������.'   .'��������� ��������� . .������������������ ������������������������ \Aa   ���������     -.:   '������������������.; ;. ���������  ���������The Bar will bo supplied with the best brands of  LIQUORS and UKU1W... ���������������������������;-.      -  :#vJSSr'-ileals and-Be&:'furhished"at ail liourb4;  "   . Aa. FONTAINK. '������������������  FBLIX.PbUCIIdT.'  l'roprietors.  . Rich Quid, 1st. Miv, 1SC7.    / .1  son-,  K  -.,��������� AXD-r  .<������������������;���������'���������  A T E. k 6 D GENS'; OLD   ST A ND.  . Barkcrviiic, 1st May.'. 1867. .      *.   . . .its';.  oiieei%  MINING ''AGENT,  ������������������ $?:  , Goods so^Kpn.Commission'..- Oftice,  Bicbfield;-  SALKSROOM|13^rkcrville.     .,   ". 5-S  ���������AAA/A-'\  ' ' .    -��������� ���������  ;���������-";.-"- Subscripting!, per Week."..��������� ,:^,..  (Including cost .of ���������'deVve^^l'ayablo   to tbe Carrier^-  ���������������..'w% '���������������rtl!-  ams.rlliaroy ������  ������������������ i  . Have jus^.receiyeS'a"enpice seleclioiiof       A   :*  ��������������������������� f iv-4":.i >;- ���������;;. ~y :>f.s ��������� *;��������� r.-  ��������� 'A-'.'l  '���������    '��������� '���������- ''0^    -��������� 1.'������������������'���������" ���������"  i;iN.:;pfc^!E;;^i^:;sHEE;^^ iron; : :;  ���������:..; Avitb.various other ar^cles in tbelrliiioof;trade'.. ' .- ���������; :  ;. 4Sf������ All. Job birig in tbe^Fin, Sheet Iron; Copper nnd1.  Zinc trade Utteaued i6;^a^:Avurnuitt*a io ;giVo salisl'ac. '���������  lion:;/ '.:.;-fclA> A'-'::-MyA.y^ '��������������������������� ��������� ������������������>. -.��������� ^^��������� >   l  o  ��������� ���������'-  .;���������..;,  .'.  ���������  Z/wA  '*-���������  ���������;'  ���������Ma '  ��������� mAy. ���������  ��������� ���������'ipr������' fl  ��������� .  LISOJYER.^ t,EBR^T^Ri^TuRS, ���������  : Barkcrviie���������' 27th -Sfciy, 1867. " Ay_'' / A, / '������������������ A'^f}:  "W. Winnard,  BLACKSMITH,  BARKBRVIl.hE.  TERMS.  &��������� OtTice, ceritro of Ricbfcc!(!.-���������*������&  REMOVAL.  c.  ST ROUS S,  DEAT,KR IN  3, MARB������/AES, CL0TE    .  ETC., ETC.,.    ,.-...  :,"';.;;;;;,';'-;BA.RKE;RVIL^  . Has removed to "liis" 'i&W'.STOKB;'.. opposite .0CCI-.  DENTAL HOTEL.     ���������" ; 'A "���������*'���������'   '    v. ;. A Ays\Z y  l/A&iix^AW^&pZ'':-  '  ' '.VDE'ALBBS :&"'  Cariboo Literary Institttte  J. S.TiiO.Ml'.SOX, PkksU)kst'. "���������  '    JAMES ANDERSON, Vjch-Presidkxt.  JOHN MacLAREK,   .  JOSEPH OjLEARlHUE,  JOSEPH PARK".  Directors.  /y     eiGABS,   LIQUORS,  Clotliing and Hard^raSei  \   a A  BAliKB.RVILLE-  .Tuna 37,1867.  y a  Accountant,   Collector,  ���������.��������� axp ���������  COMMISSION    AGENT,  BARORVILLE,  .     Office.��������� Opposite N. Coxio's Brkwury.  JnoelT, 1807.  tT*HIS INSTITUTION   KNOW   OPEN  AT  BARKER-  X ville, where it is now fitted np with n view.to the  comfort nnd convenience of the people of Cariboo.  The Reading Room wi'llbe found supplied with-tbo  latent English,-.Scottish,. Canadian j Aiuericiui andGOr  ,loninl Papers au>l Magazines.:...      .. . .; A v  ' Terms, of - SubscripUoh^Sp per Quarter,: or'." S2 '���������; per J  Month..; Single volumes loaned -to lion-subscribe^ ;at  50 cents per volume, ,with-$i deposit. V;-;. ,' -': 'A "AAA  Persons not subscribers, visiting the Reading Soom,  and making usoot; the Books aiid Papers,. 25 .cents-lor  each visit.- ��������� .-���������".������������������./.".'-;��������� IAA'a-. -.- '':'.-- -.; ���������-'���������' -, .-..;..:  Tho Room wiilbe open from -TJ5N", A. SI.\ .till TEN,  p.m.;.;....';  ,,...���������;......jpH^ bowron,,,.; .;���������-:.��������� \.  .-.; .;..; .SecrHtary anv^fjilirariau-: ���������=  . N. "B'pAk fine n^sortmeut of Booka and Stationery .is  always kept ibr sale..._:... -   A A: y ,"'.., 11 ������������������       ������������������: i A ^*3 '���������  FABE REPIJCED I  AaZ-, 'B^i^-c^LuMBi^;;;;^       ���������/  AND   VICTORIA   EGRESS,  Conneotinfc at Victoria with WELLS,. FARGO & CO.;-. ���������'������������������'  for Califorula. Oregon, the Atlantic States. .  and Europe. :.  AND At YALE AND LILLET-WITH BARNARD'S ���������  C/VRIBOO EGRESS,        ' >(  For Big Beiid, Cariboo and tbo Northern Mines,  Conveying Treasure, Valuables, Letters,'Packages and  Parcels.' l-s-  AyAAy-j. -ll  WAi-'  13  AKES THIS METHOD OF INFORMING. HfS  friends and tho public generally, that no has imv.  largod and.ftttcd up his SHAVING SALOON, in a superior manner, having secured.the services of an efficient  jissistant, ho is now prepared to operate iu n  satisfactory manner ia all branches of tho TONSQRIAk  ART.-    --. ���������--* ' ���������-��������� - - ......    "'���������-���������"...  He also begs to cjiU the attention of the ladies to ins  fine- selection of Perfumery which he is1 constantly iii  ruceipt of,'from.Langlcy & Co., Victoria, viz., Pomades,  Powders, Oils, Combs, 'Brushes, nnd other articles for  tho Toilet;  BARNARD'S STAGES WILL"-XEAVE XAJ$ EVERY  MO N D A Y?  AVith II. if. Mails, Express and passengers, for  Lyttou, Clinton, Soda Creek, Quesnello and Barker-  villet with branches toSttvana's Ferry and Lillooet.  Barnard's ExpresB carries Letters, Treasure, Ya-  luitbles, and Express Freight to Big Bend, Cariboo  and way stations.  FARE TO SODA CREEK,- .   -      Z    S60  T. N.-HIBBEN & CO,  WUX    FORWARD    PROMPTLY,    AT    MODERATE    TERMS*,  ���������i  Eaglislij. American, _  A/yAi w[ai- -French,  German,  ."-;���������".-  'And oilier Newspapers and Periodical^  SUBSCllIPTIOSS, ADDIKG POSTAGE; PAYABLE I������ AdYAXCM  ;i5th,May;lS67. -         _^A_.,'���������ZZZA  i (^ESNI^MOUTH M)VERTISEM 15NTS. .  JU.  NG-^  -L  StEAKEft  FARE TO BARICERVILLE,   -  (Exclusive of Steamer's fare.  Jb'o  1-s  ati  one  former state and color.  Also GenMomou's furnish in? Goods ; finest assortment of Shirts, Underclothes, Neck Ties, Scarfs, etc  ?7th Hay, W. s  KEY7"  1W SHOP, r,  THR UNDERSIGNED have commenced in tlie. above  business next door to MnndoriPs stables, Barker  ville, ami soiicit a share of 'public patronage.  cast   mon STOVES  Always on hand.  Ifew Work and J^ofefeiiig  Done af reasonable rates. ;.  ' jggjr Our Teams run rcgnUuiy between 'JTa'le and  Cariboo and all orders in our hue. of business ourofully  attended to.  1-3 ,������  PEARSON ^ BEpS.  E.N- .T EBP BIS  A[. WILL RUN AS F0LL0W3:  ,.:   -LEAVES  QOTSNELMOUTH  ON  Thursdays; and Smidaysi,  AS SIS.-b'ctOGK, A. M.,  LEAVES  gOBA  CREEK  ON.  Tuesdays and, Fridays;  AT. FOUR 0:CIiOCK, A  M, .  QuoRnolmoutb, May 2nd, 1S67, ��������� ,      1     .  ./'. ^UESNEJuMOtTfH,.;  BRO^VN *& G-ILLIS, Propuiktoks.   ^  Good Beds; iiestaurant ;";Billiavd Table, &6  Siahling for Horses, Hay and Oab������.    .'. s.....,.  .^eUONlAL^RESTAUBANT,  ^/.^/..auEs^ELMiitJTjEi,; ���������������������������:..  ;       P. L.: JOHNSO^ Troprietor,  Meals at all hours, aftcl Cooking of the  deSeription; I  rfM.f THE CARIBOO SENTINEL  THURSDAY, JULY 25, 18C7.  -Agents for the "Cariboo Sentinel.  -Grduae/CreeJc;  ���������Quesnelmouth;  Yale';- ���������: ���������:* ���������." .... ��������� ���������' Mr. Evans,  Xillooet,.     : - ,F. w. Foster!  Now Westminster,   ;-     yy)  Victoria,    '\y ���������    -'" ���������" ���������;     /  *   '������������������' ���������    A McWba  Mr. Gdudie; Barnard's Express Office  do  do  do  do  Ch  Big Bend,;-  Tan Winkle,  ���������lalhudiUuc  ne.   . '  Jas. Bullock, French Creek  ������������������"'-.;   -...-.���������-      S. Edwards  TE. Mai  i^iArr  'Z-''':MZiZZ^'^^^^^P^^ Aa  .'-V AUiCOmmunicalions must .be accompanied by the  real name and address of tho writer, not necessarily  With a view of publishing tbe same,' but as security for  :hia goodfaitb...-'   A.A A   .���������;���������.;  ZZZ^'A' "   :  T0 ADVERTISERS. '  .The "Cariboo SonliueP'is';published every Monday  ft&ci Thursday.   Advertisements intended for inserlion  must.bo delivered at latest at ab'clcck, p. in., tbe day  beforo publics lion. A"! AAA.  'A. JB&T&n Advertfseoients'(not inserted for any definite  period),will be contiuuod until orde'rud out and cbarged  lor accordingly. .-r--'..'.:>..- ���������  PROGRESS  OF 'DEMOCRACY  ENGLAND; !  ���������IN  5;^;-2Sonie.mbriths ago^^^e^used ^.arMcle;jh  ��������� v :'i--New York! paper;: tlie /Round ;Ta1>le, in  Ai :.:Whwh the .government of numbers was ably  ���������I treated'; the writer e vid en tly, though rel u c*  y/ittin^$a -demqcrj^Lc in*.  li L.stitiitions were not so: perfect a9 . many "loud-  >,..talkers would lead us tb;'suppose ; and that  ;;��������� ;Xthe experiment io'the United States had not  ;��������� A met with th e: success, an ticip ated. ..He goes  v;: oh to say- that by the ehfrancWs^erit of the  ii;. neg roes, the . Uul ted S ta tes��������� hacl' reach ed the  .   Jo west round in the ladder!.'of democracy, and I  that the natural .tendencytfrence was-to a mil-  ... itarydespbthsrhf rHe seeine4itp/take comfort  iu thinking that the English1;would .be :cora-  ; A pelled .to fo 1 lou in tb#J footstepsof vtheir  American  cousins';   a  sort^bf consplatiph  ;drawn from having ^companions in; distress,  aiid soo th to say; j ud������i tig A from the; p'rb'.cl i!vi-  ties of John Btight; and his-satellites Beales,  Dickson & Co.j the conelusipris;'arrived at are  strongly in favor of the argujnfients advanced  y/by the writer in! the Round Table.   This kind  '-of agitation: in England, however, is hot new.;  Thirty years ago, Fergus \O^Ppnnor, with bis  isub ordinate,; Ernest Jonesf and-others, formed j  ���������'" - tan exac t p aral let A O 'Co nu or was a m emb e r  of parliament, and his views wejro suppo r te d  ; |;by his organ,the North Star,as^If. Bright's are  Vv ; now by the Morning^^-SUi^^MKiiBrigh^. calls  Ay himself a. reiorraer, \vhereas Fergu.s was y.clep t  a chartist | b ii t the .fi ye p oi n ta: are equal ly ap-  . parent: id Mr., BnghVs adyqcacy, a 1 though  under another .name, as they  were ,wben  spouted to the mobs of 0TConner's time. They  caused the;s'ame iritatingl obstacle to legitimate progress, then, as Mr. Bright?s bullying.  floes now; and were equally effective.   "Fortunately foi\ the Ehglfe^ people, they possess  a healthy stratum of common sense in the  middle class, which is opposed to all;such radical changes in their form of government;  and though slow to stir- up into active antagonism, will be found, when the time comes-)  for action, to be quite sufficient to cope with  any mere mob agitation which can be brought  to bear against it.   The theory of democracy  is like that of communism,and suoh other kindred isms, as have ariseu like weeds, on the  surface of society, to. live .their "clay,   and  wither and die, from their acknowledged impracticability.    The intelligent portions   of  the British public are so far familiar with  this sequel to such sophistries, that they stand  quietly by and watch,their growth and decay  with   perfect    unconcern,   weighing    each  measure of their government with scrupulous  care, in order that nothing bearing the mark  of unconstitutional legislation pass Unnoticed.  i The surrounding nations of the world look on  with a puzzled sort of attention.    Disturbances such as those of last year in Hyde Park,  lead them to believe that monarchical institutions in England are in danger of a collapse,  and that tbe constitution which;has braved so  many dangers, is oh the point of dissolution.  There never was a.greater mistake, and we  are happy to notice that the truth is beginning  to dawn on the minds of foreign writers in  Europe, particularly ; we notice an article in  a late French journal, in which a closer alliance between England and France, is ably  pressed on the attention of the French peo  p le, as bei n g the true i n teres t o f Fran ce.   Th e  impulsive character of the " most enlightened  nation in the world," is shown as requiring  a drag in the imperturbable character of what  Napoleon the first designated as " a nation of  shopkeepers/' and although France is held  up as the very acme of perfection, the strong  common sense of the English nation is readily  admitted.     Showy theories, expounded   by  stump orators, have always a great fascination  for mobs ; a number of reckless: characters  are always to foe found, who seeking notoriety .trade on the credulity of theuneducated.  Tbeash-ave always existed einee tbe world!  began, and will continue to disturb society to  the end of time ; and wherever the weakness  of a government "requires it to pauder to the  mob, there alone can arise any danger from.  such proptfgandrsm, when; on the contrary.  wise legislation is steadily adhered to by the  government for the time being, the only result is momentary ebulition, which, throws  such   bubbles    to -the    surface, .to    explode    and    disappear. .   In    the    United  States, popular agitation,   from the nature  of the    government,    must    always   have  a serious effect upon legislation ,* in England,  on the contrary, such temporary outbursts  only tend to strengthen the hands of government, as the law-abiding ciass is largely predominant, and mnstever'be.so.    True-democracy can never be ;more than a theory!; man  has not arrived at that perfection ^hich will  admit of* its complete development; ages will  p ass away ere en 1 ightcntnen t bas recached th e  class that will be most affected by: it, and  when that time arrives, the world will present  the long wished for epoch of universal brotherhood.   When kings and kaisers "snail be  unknown ; when man will treat his fellow  man as an equal, and not use the semblance  of.friendship to mislead  and defraud him.  When truth and virtue wilt reign triumphant,  and discord shall be iunheard 6f upon earth.  NEW ADTORTISKMENTS.  $2 0 Reward;  LOST.  BETWEEN BAKKERVILLG ASv nTCHFrEr.Dvves-  turdav, a small package marked It.  K.  MUNKO  av person brin>rius: the same to this Office will re-  D  Any person Orinii  co i ve the abuve re wa rd.  Barkerville, ntb July, 1S67.  TO    L E t.  NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.  OPPENHEIMER&^;  WHOLESALE  ��������� AND ���������  Merchants  BARKERVTLLE.  U  KS.   TRACEY'S    BOARDING   HOUSE,  ill rreek, now dojug a p;ood business. .Tho  will be sob! cheap, if applied for immediately.  July 11,1867.  OROUSK  fixtures  In connection "with "lhe above, the undersigned  hereby requests that nil .'iccnmls acaliist bim be sent  in on or before the TWELFTH August next, and all  accounts clue to bim must be:p.ii������i <m or >?fore the  same date, ,    .      :,-j6llST TRACEY.  Orouse Creek, loth July, 1S07. -  mi  wj  M  ������M  &*i*i> CvfeS  Sai 3b *&$ $  RICHFIELD.  Departcre;-���������Hon._A. N.j3irch, ftnd George  *Stapl'eton7^Esq.'. were'tb leave for Englanu' hy  last steamer. The Columbian indulges in a  forcible panegyric on the excellencies and  virtues of these gentlemen. We think that  the least said concerning MrVBircn, the soon-  est mended.  M' R. VlrTOR LANGE BEGS LEAVE TO IS'KORM  tho public that be has now opened a CONCERT  HALL, at RichiK-id, oppn.?jto tbo *"' Londoii and l-'aris  Hotel." Mrs. I/in^e will pr<������.������idn at tlie 1-ihuu every  even ing, and .will play some of tbe best Operas, the  most popular Ballads, nnd every dcFcripiicn of Dances.  None but the be^t brands or Liquors and Cigars  served at���������the Bar,. ;   .... _    July 6th; "186 7.      lm  ��������� BETWEEN* ���������  Riclifield aM !Barkervilie'  25 CENTS A TRIP.   .  .FARE-  Julyl6tb, 18C7.  2������  KERIi^  3>������J  In the Supreme Court of Civil Justice  ������������������������������������������������������'. British Columbia; - '     As-.  &A  ��������� i\i  of.  } In the "matter of the Companies * Act, .1862 ;  : ibe .Ctfmp*nics, Ordinance, 1866; a*od ot the  ...    r   Artesia'ii Gold Mining Company, liimited,.  fplife Creditors of the a^ove uameu"  Company aw. re-  IX quired, on or before the 10th day of -August,.A. P.,  1807, to send their names and addresses, and the particulars of their debts or claims, a ad  thc>; names and  -addresses of thefr Solicitors, {if any) to ChnriesiKclward  Pool^y, of Richfield, B. C;, the ollicial Jiqu'iUator of the  said Company,-aad if so> required-, by. notice in writing  from tbe. said olliciaI liquidator, are by:their solicitors  to come in aiidproy.e tneirstjd debts or claims', at the  Chambers of-th'e Judge of the Sfirfcei'n8X>������rrt. of Civil  J ii st Ice of Br! t isb .'Columbia \ at su ch t \ mc and place as  shall be specified, in such notice j or in default thereof,  th ey wi li b o excluded. from t Uu ben e fi t of a ny ((ist ri b u ���������  tion made be for.; such debts arc proved, * Tuesday,  the Twenty-Seventh day of Aucust,A D. 186.7, a|l Eleven  bTcIdck in the Forenoon^ at Chambers, Richfield, B, I  C, is appointed for hearing nhd adjudici ting upon tbe {  debtsa,ndclaims.     VV; .'CHAS. E. POOLED,,-;  :...':���������     .-   Acting Regis trar,-"S..C.  ���������Dated th'is 18 th day of July, 1867.  THE  GARI^DO    EXCHANGE  H O T E L,  TS NOW OPEN  FOR  THE  ACCOMMODATfOX OF  A the mining community, aud the public generally.  No expense has been spared to rrnder the house, all  that could be desired, for comfort and cohvenjence.  Tlie Bari3 supplied with a complete stock of A"7i.\ts,  Li^uoks and Cigars. ;      .������  '&$T Well Aired Beds *3&  may be bad at a moderate charge.  .Tuly 1,1867. lni  B A RKE R VILLE.  npIfK rjKDEBSIGXED KAVLVG 'COMPLETED AIL  1 liis arnmgeinents. will open Ids Brewery TH!<5  DAY, when he will ,bc happy to supply all who fuvor  *jim with a call, with a gooil arl\ck* or ALB, <dlher IA  JAM23H. K������KR.  bulk or in bottle.  July 1st, 1867.  Ira  . E. OKI),  Pro prie tress.  ; Ansv/er to  a   Card;  TO HK. JOE EDEV: Sir. I should be very sorry,  indeed, after your having come so far, that you  should return  without transacting a little business  with me, wljicb I and my friends began to fear had  died out, and that I sboufd never have anotherchan.ee  of entering tho roped arena, to try my ability, in Cariboo.   And it likewise gives me pleasure to inform  Mr. Joe Eden that I and my friends have not repudiated the insignificant sum of two hundred dollar?- for  his traveling expenses.    A ad it likewise gives me still  greater nleasuro to inform the boy that I do'not moan  parte j', hut business, and plenty of it, and very clad  of such chances.    As I do not wish to keep Air. Edi-n  waiting long, for fear he mi/jht spoil, I will name next  Saturday evening, when I will cive a Sparring Entertainment, at Clark & Parker's S;loon,previous to making the match for tho forthcoming con tcst,and when I  will be ready to make tin? first deposit of fivo hundred  dollars, for a match of $2,000 a side, as menlioued in  tho previous challenge ; and likewise to give him tbe  privilege, being a stranger, of choosing his ownpbet?  for the first deposit, on the same night.   And likewise  after the first deposit ot five hundred dolhrs a siie, be  shall receive tho two hundred dollnrs, travelling expenses, according to agreement.    If this suits tlie lad,  he can be on hand.  22nd July, 186). GEO. H. S. WILSON.  GMB SPAERfflGJfTERTAraEIT  OK SATURDAY EVENING. NEXT, THE TWENTY-  Seventh inst,, Geo. Wit so* will giyo a Grand Spir-  ringontertainment, at Clark & Parker's Saloon, Barkerville, previous to his making tho match for the  championship of Cari boo. All the u fancy" have volunteered their services for the occasion"; Wilson  hopes to sec all his friends on this occasion.  Doors open at half-past eight o'clock, P. M.  22nd July, 1867. ,  <3i?.        e^x^'^ ^ ^   ^  San Francisdo Store.  COMMISSION  MERCHANT,-  WHOIESME AID ..ESTAIL MlEE  v ��������� IN ���������  ;    !��������� .Groceries, provisions, ���������     ���������'  hardware, clothing and boots.  ���������MRS.   PARKER'S  B G &&& I^Q-HS O TJ SE-  UPPER   BARKERVILLE,  HAS been opened for tbe convenience of the public,  where Cooo Meals can be.obtained at all bour.^  As the calinarv* department is under the direct surveillance of the Proprietress, she trusts to be able to afford  every s:hisfaction to thoso who may favor her wjta  their patronage. .- .  .  29th June, 18C7. lm  EXPRESS   NOTICE.  A FTER THIS DATE, BARNARD'S EXPRESS 18  i\ not responsible for damage on LIQUIDS shipped la  Tin or Glass, unless by speciil 'contract.  Until furihor notice, the Express will arrive hcri  e very . ������ UN DA V A pr ERNOO v, and c lose f<������r beloff  every WEDNE$DAy^ at Xl'NE o'rdnck. A. M.  ROBKRT POOL,  Agent;  Barkert-iile, May 29tb, 1S67:    " ���������    ���������   8  Nkxt Door to the Ssxtinzl Omce.  Rark-ervil le, 29th 'June, 1867.  C 0 S;M p r OL I  Restaurant /and  barkkryii.ee.  TAN  Bakery/  .17  L������ A,  BLANC,  Piiotograpliic  Artist,  H' AS NOW OPENED A PHOTOGRAPHIC GALLERY  at RICHFIELD, (for a short time only,) and is j?rc^  pared to take  Cartes de Visile. Timbre de Poste Portraits. Ambro-  : lyppfi* Leather Pictun-s,   Jliianotypes, Views of  ��������� Houses, Chiims, etc., Single or Stcrco?oopic  Portraits also taken on White Silk, Lineu or Cotton  Cloth.  The gallerv will be opened for a short time only.  Richfield, 29th June, 1867. lm  TWE UJJDSRSIGKED HAVIKG THOROUGHLY BR*  X novated his Estahllshinent. has re-opened thesath*  for the accommodajiou -of the Public,, nnd trusts.to  merit a share of their patronage. His Bakery has'ahe  underline, repair, a ml ho is now ready to execuW--  orders from all v;ho wj^h rood hr������ ad.   .[  JACOB VELTE. Proprietor. "  J"utto 10th, 1S67. U-������  August Stampehl.  H OEMAK.E  BARIG'JRVILLE.   "���������  A large assorttnent of Boots and Shoes always oa  band. j  Thos.L. BRIGG-8 & Co.,  CAMERONTON,  Have just received, and offer for Sale,  WHOLESALE  OS RETAIL,  AT LOW BATES TOR CASH,  200 CASES CliOICB BRANDS of LIQUORS  ��������� CONSISTING OV ���������  Brandy���������Martell, Hcunoss'.y, and Otard Dupey.  FENTON    SALCi ON,  RICHFIELD.  THE UNDERSIGNED   HOPES KIS OLD  PIONEER  friends will ������ivri him a turn, as h*������ hng.pxptTienced  heavy wither lately.     ,       K. F. EDWARDS,  June 6th, 18C7; K.#rmerly of Edwards' Ranch.  NOTICE.  $in<  A LL PKRSOXS  tx of no.vs & i  NOTICE.  INDEBTED TO  THE LATE  FIRS!  DODERO, cither by book accounts or  notes, are requested to call and pay the same .forthwith, to the undersigned, and save costs.  Allnccounts standing unpaid by the first August  next, will bo put in a collector's hands, for immediate  collection, DODERO & MANETTA,  Dealers in Gener \l Merchandize.  July 18th, 1867.   . a 1 Cameronton, B.C  THE  SWITG-   SALOON!  baMerville.  Wines���������Port, Sherry. Burgundy, and d.rel  S^Jfi WUitC Winc ' Suusevamc's Call.  furnia Win to Wine.  Champagnes-Bouchcaud Xapoienn'sCabinet.  Bitters-poker's   Sansovainc's, Onmge and Hostet-  ters, Vermouth,��������� Absentbe, Peppermint and Auui^  Old Tom, Gin, and Scotch Whisky.  '���������-'"'        (...  nr n������/?������H^Cjw? a fclV^3;s-&0O gnllons choice brands  of Brandy, Wines, Whisky, liutn, etc.  Also on hand-20 000 lbs Extra Superfine Soda Creek  Flour, equal to the best brands in the market  And to arrive in a few dnys���������2,000 lb* Graham  Flour ; 1,000 lbs Cracked Wheat. waiiara  Goods received on Stobagk or Commissiox,  at the  In tbe matter of tbe Estate and Effects of  REMI DAZP!]T, lato of Williams Creek;  Cattle Dealer, deceased, intestate.  lowest, market rates.  1st July. 1867.  lm  LL PERSONS WHO ARE ItfDKnTED TO THE  above Estate, are required to pay tho amounts  duo forthwith, and all persons who havo any cbims  apainst tho above Estate, are required lo send In their  accounts on or before the EIGHTH dnv of SEPTEM-  HER, 1S07, to C1US. K.. POOLEY,  ^   ���������      ..-     -.   x    j-v. %     Olllcial Administrator.  Dated Lyiton, 8tb June, 1867.    . I3  N"OTIOK  In the matter of the Estate find Effects of  FRANCOIS CASSE,late of Williams Creek,  Cattle Dealer, deceased, intestate.  ARE  A LL PERSONS  WHO  a}A?YA .,?,sLatci ������w .required to pay  A  CARD.  HE UNDERSIGNED HAVING OPENED THE  abovo Saloon, woull respectfully invito their  friends and tho pun He to step in and samplo their  ALES. WINES and, LIQUORS, the quality of which  they flatter themselves, will suit tho tastes of the most  fastidious. Tho best brand of CIGARS alwavs on  band. SCOTT & McHARDY.  29tb Jun������, 1861 lm .  . *  S I. HAVE COME A LO^CG WAY, AND AT A  considerable expense, and not lmvmKmueh timo  to waste-in useless parley, I wish to ask a fuvv questions of Mr. Wilson and his friends, as they seem verv  backward about broaching the business for which I  hayo come so far.  1st���������Do they repudiate the $200 allowed nic to defray my expanses here 't  2nd-Does Mr. Wilson mean business, and for what  amount?  3ri���������IfMr. Wilson means business, let him say so  as I am ready to meet him atany rime and place "ho  may choose to name. As it is getting rather lato in  the season. I wish on immediate answer as to whether  I can accommodate Mr. Wilson, or find anew field for  action elsewhere, without further delay  July l&b, 1867. "J0B Em^  INDEBTED   TO   THE  ,������������������������.��������������� . . .  tl,ft ������m������unis  oue forthwith ; and all persons who have any claims  against the above Estate, arc required tb send in their  accounts, on or beforo tho FIFTH DAY of SEPTEMBER, 1S67, to CHAS. E. .POOLEY,  ^     , ���������.. . ...   Omcla 1 Administrator.  Dated RichQcld, 25*th June, 1867.  .'���������a-        notice;  In the matter of the. Estate and Effects of JAMES  PURDIK, late of Williams Creek; Blacksmith, deceased, intestate.  A LL PERSONS WHO AKE INDEBTED TO THE  tx. above Estate; nra required to pay the amounts duo  forthwith, and all persons who have anv claims against  tho above estate, are required to send iii their accounts  on or before the TWENTV-PIXTHdav of SEPTEMBER,'  1867>t0 CHAS. E." POOLEY,  n * > a. ^ . Official Administrators  Dated RichfloW, S7th Juno, 2867.  m.  I  ���������I  ���������lad  ���������|erri  i  I  1 ^5*raE*as^  THURSDAY, JULY.25,1867.  Hi  f,ffi"Baker;-on  Victoria Itkms from thb Colokist.���������An  Annexation petition is being circulated in  ; Victoria.���������The telegraph line to Esqfrmimalt  is in operation and works well.���������Councillor  'Banks and John Reid, the ferryman, have both  had  legacies  left  them \ in   England, and  pre A going   boihe. Mr.   Coleman*    the  librarian of tbe .Mechanics' institute,  viltA. again af tempt;.:to.; ascend Mount  tlie' 15th inst., tbe explorer goes  tilo-n'c.rrWie Otter brought back.all h^r goods  fro in ,5itk a, the Rnss ia n, Go ve r hm en t decl i n-  Tng to allow the cargo 'to he landed unless  Vpon payment of. the American tariff or as  'bonded goods.���������Tbe Colonist reVukes the  IJanks for tbwir obstrucliveness in not fur-  ^ w^iis hi ng thc papera w ith tbio ex act amou n t of  IliSgold diisf brought down from the mines.���������  BB?he Vancouver Coal Co., at Nanaimo, are  jHpabout^to, put a new bore on Chase River  [,;JgpIain's.���������A private letter from London states  hat Miss Kennedy is engaged to be married  ,o "Cajrt, Lord Gilford, formerly of H. M.S.  ^Tribune.���������The Fuca Straits Coal Co. are about  [to ship .300 tons of a good quality of coal for  fein Francisco.���������The Fourth of July was celebrated h'y Victorians, with a great 'deal of  math iisiasm-.; picnics we ro:-. hd\ d- -:  paywhereat Mr.. Legh Harnett  [very sensible and creditable o  traces at Beacon IIill were well attended; the  ndcpehdeocc Cup,   for" which   four horses  MINING INTELLIGENCE.  ago,  BLACK BEAR CRUEK.  A number of those who left ten days  for this creek, have returned. Among the*  number is Mr. J. Orr, to whom, we are indebted, for the following particulars : Black  Bear Creek, which heads in,the range of  mountains dividing Cariboo Lake from South  Fork Lake, runs in a South-east, and northwest 'direction, and empties into. Spanish  creek about one and a-half miles from the  mouth of the latter stream. The crcekj which  contains more water than Williams, and is of  a steeper grade, is very heavily timbered .; its  banks are steep, and appear to be formed of  a sedimentary deposit, of very recent formation, which renders it difficultto ascertain the  original channel of the stream. The surface.  of the creek, to. the depth of from three lo  seven feet, Is composed of a light deposit of  washed gravel, overlaying a stratum of sedi-.  ment. The surface gravel contains pieces of  smooth washed gold, in, some instances  weighing from $1 to S3 ; underneath which  lies ah accumulation of roots and branches of  trees, in a perfect slate of preservation, thus  showing the gravel to be of a very recent formation. About a mile from the mouth of the  creek, there is a waterfall of. over fifty feet in  depth, and one hundred yards beyond, there  is another of one hundred feet.   Above these  Entry  rd's "Cafeaulait." A match for $10 Was  ;on by Clarke> uTrouhce.?'���������The steamer Fi-  cliter had arrived from Sitka oh the tfth.���������  lessrs. v O'Dwyer and Fhtrpser had nearly  ompleted their new buildings.���������Several  mall nuggets of gold weighing from.$1 to $1  0 were.brought from Sitka by the frideliter.  -A settler named Jas. B. Dougberty, a nave bf; County Gal way, Ireland, aged 38  ||������earsj was drownod in Co wi c h an harbor.���������-  7,.������n old..Victorian named F. Attwood was  - ������*urnt to death in San Francisco, by hi3 house  tking:fire.--H. M. S. Zealous has . six 68-  oiindcr Armstrong guns on board for the  ) r ti fi ca t i o ns. at Esq ui m ai t���������Th e sh i pm e n t of  easure by the steamer Idaho wlricirwas to  til from Victoria oa the 15th was $240,000,  nis making tip a total of $750,000 since 1st  anua'ry.    '������������������-.'>. ;���������������������������'���������   ���������'-��������� .,-  MApoo.GoLn Mines ���������Nothing can be more  onvinbing as to the ricbuess of the Richard-  >n quartz lode atMa'doe, than the statements  lade by witnesses under oath in. a. chancery  lit now pending in  the; courts at Co burg.  "vlpne'witnsss, Laucblin MeQuarrio. says, "I am  :Jl| practical minor and have  washed  in. gold  jgSiineg in California for several years, and that  uh.faUy competent to judge of the value  id richness of a gold mine.   That I did on  ednesday, the 1st of May inst, gain accesss  thejnterior, and did examine the Richard-  n gold mine, in company of two of the de-  idaiits, Hardin and Anstee, and found that  a ore iii said mine was of unrivelled rich-  ss, and am of the impression that I could,  th two men, extract from said mine at leapt  /litOOb worth, of gold per day for the next  , j|||ven days.   That I washed out of about  3  ������ints of decom^osed quartz and sanq, which  took oiit of a pai 1 nearly fi 1 1 ed with the same  qiiafttities in the surface gravel, but none is to  be seen in the sedimentary deposit. Hilton &  Go/s claims, located immediately below the  first falls, were those from which tho first  p ros p ec ts w ere ob tai nc d, w h ich gave rise to  t u e r u m o r th at a second Williams c reek h ad  been discovered. All the gold that this company have yet taken'out. we believe is something like one and a-haif ounces, and this was  found in the surface gravel, after ground  siuicing for several days. Wheo. our inforin-  ant left, (on 20tt inst.,) they had commenced  sinking a shaft, and got down four feet-  through the sluni, without any difficulty. The  company are satisfied, however, that if they  can only find gravel wash under the slum, the  chances are in favor of them striking rich  pay. There are about twenty men on the  creek, most of whom intended to give it a  fair trial*  LATER.  Mr. J. Whi to, and four Others, returned last  nigbt, and report that Hilton & Co. had bottomed their shaft, at thirteen feet, and found  " nary"��������� prospect Tne slum, it.appears, continued all the way down to bed rock. One  company below had just started to sink a  shaft;  CALIFGRXU CREEK1. ;.",;  ftoss&.Co. are making about $7 a day.���������  Several other companies are .ground  with more or less success.   On  sluicing  iterial, froin $12 tio $14" -dollain' worth lot  ||oM, besides three pieces of quarts largely  ������pfegfiatedswith gold."     \ ���������     -    ;; ,-���������;:  B From Big BE>p,~-One of thehands on the  Steamer Forty-nine, writing to a friend in this  guy, expresses the. Utmost,confidence in the  pines.., He says Blackhawk will take out a  ^bfisliel of gold " this season.    The Forty-  ie have been successful in makiug a trip at  jh water.   The charges are for freight 1  pat per. pound, for horses and cattle $25 a  f-ad, arid for sheep $G.    Captain White is  igPout to have a more powerful steamer built  ^������ero are about 575 miners in Big Bend.���������  I||������' Colmnbian. ���������  I  p  ^^fuE cap tainsi of" Hie Fraser- River steamers  ^SF^erPr*se������ Lillooet and Onward, Were sum-  ^^irtnftz-l *������ ,'������Ai'^  _   -l *.:      :<tt..i :      i?   ned to answer a charge for selling..liquors  hoard tlieir respective, boats withoutx a  m     -nce.   The magistrate (Brew) was undecid-  Wm as to w^e^er '^ars on steamboats eonld be  |lMgally subjected to the payment of a licence  BlF^, tlie Ordinance, arid he therefore re-  |rved his decision until he consulted with  |e Attorney-General on the subject  ���������  mi  wmi  WvTvai, op thb 2BAtous.���������The. British  n-clad frigate Zealous arrived M Esqui-  't yesterday morning,..having Admiral  stings on board. The Zealous is a new  Pt -^,775 tons register, 297 feet in'. length,  feet beam and draws 26 feet of water.  j is 800 horse power, and carries 500 men  ' 20 guns, mostly 7 inch Armstrong guns  eso '' "    "'~~  WOLF CREDX  There are four nien busy pro spec tin*.  ANTLER CREEK.  i ��������� . .    .  Larkin co. have laid a flunie 400 fret in  length, iri the bed of the creek hear the old  town, and wilt commence washing ne.tt week  ���������Ross co. are making good wages.���������Smith  co. have Started a new. tunnel into'the flat,  at the head of the old Maury claim, where.the  lead was.lost m I'862 and are in; 50 feet.--  Several Chihese cos.,ate-at work oh the banks  Of the creek and niakipg small Wages,  ���������....��������� ���������.-'.:.';..���������     ��������� -CUNXIXGUAM CItEEKi- -: ��������� .      .  Draper Sharp & Co. are working a hydraulic and taking olit good pay ; they have found  pieces weighing as high as $50.���������:Great Eastern co. are making $7 and $8 a, day.���������Stand-.  ish & Co. are making wages.  :'..;'. V   STEVEN'8 CREEK. lA'[A'/" ........  Flume co. are doing, well.���������Briton co. are  making about $8 a day". Several other companies are sinking prospect shafts.  .   SPANISH CREEK,  Which empties into the North Fork of Quesnel river, about five miles above Capt Mit-  QhelVs bridge, is a very large stream, and  takes its rise in a lake. In" 18G1-2, a good  deal of niiniug was carried on near its mouth,  by white men, and subsequently by China-  nien, with veiy satisfactory results.:. It is  fed by a number of small streams, that have  never been prospected.  NORTH FORK QOESNEt KIVER.. .  Aoout two miles above Capt. Mitchell's  bridge, there is a party of white men, and several Chinanien,, at work on the benches of  the river, on both sides, all of whom seem to  be taking out pay. |  CANYON CREEK.        .'.*..  The news received from ibis qiiarter within  the last few days, lias been of the most exciting character. Mr. Pollock, who left the  21st inst, laad arrived at Quesnel-  silver. The rock is so easily worked, that  even with the present appliances, enough can  be taken out daily to keep a ten stamp mill  going.. The arrastras had been started on the  20th, and are said to be, Working admirably.  Mr. Pollock was the bearer of a report from  Mr. Christie, the foreman to the company, accompanied with several rich specimens from  the ledge, biit unfortunately, while, running  the canyon, his canoe upseVand everything  was. lost. It was with great difficulty he succeeded in saving himself. If these reports are  not exaggerated, arid we have no reason to  suspect that they are much overdrawn, there  is certainly a new era about to dawn, on us,  that will dispel the lowering clouds of <tark  adversity that have so long hung around us,  and give afresh impetus to eyery branch of  mining .enterprise. Let usxmly get one good  quartz mill a'going, and the country is.safe.  Bed Rock Drain.���������It is really too bad that  arrangements cannot be made so that the  work of clearing out the.obstructions to the  Bed Rock Drain, should not be delayed one  instant Wclcarh that no work has been  done on the drain since the 13th inst, when  the old company abandoned their charter.  Considering that more, than 150 mehare lying  idly by, awaiting its reconstruction, we- conceive, it to be the duty of the Gold Commissioner to look into the matter at once.  The-Canadian Co., on Grouse creek, still  continue to work the disputed; ground, but  are not taking out much pay. J?o further action has been taken in the matter by the  authorities. It is rumoured, however, that a  Commissioner will be appointed fcyh.is IDxcel  leucy the Governor, and sent lip hero af. once  to investigate the whole afluir. Chief Justice.  Needhara has been named as the gentleman  most likely to be dispatched on this service.  Weather.���������Just as we were about to eulogize the clerk jof the weather, for his kind  condescension in favoring us.yesterday ' with  a prolonged peep at the sun, the flood" gate3  were once more let loose,aud a heavy drenching was the result of our presumption. Twice  have we called forth the displeasure of the  worthy custodian of the weather, for which  we. now humbly apologize and weaken.  Official Appointments.���������The Government  Gazette annouoces the following appointments  The Governor has, with the approval ot the  Secretary ofrState, appointed Charles Good,  Esq., to be Assistant Colonial Secretary.,    ;  The. Governor has been p lease cl to issue to  the honorable Peter 0?Rieiiy, a commission  of Owyer and Terminer and General Gaol  Delivery,-for theOsoyoos add Kootenay districts.  Going Home.���������Wo regret to .learn that Mr.  W.'A. G. Young is about to proceed to England. The vacant post of Colonial Secretary  was, we understood, to be tendered. to him.  Mr. Young is a gentleman whose intimate  knowledge of the early history of this colony  pre-eminently qualifies'him for that ofiice,and  his loss cannot but be deeply regretted by  colonists generally:  Mr. Barnard is having a cellar excavated  out of the solid rock, ia the rear of his Express office, in this town, in which be inteuus  to preserve fruits for winter use. We understand he has purchased all the apples and  pears now growing in Mr, MeRbbcr ja7 Orchard  on the lower Fraser, ;dndvviU forward; them  here as soon as :they ripen.       ;  We understand that Mr.. V. W, I^ajimeister  has already raised by ftubi crip won the; handsome sum of $ 300 i n sad. i>f th e:_ w i do W i and  orpban children of the late. Qeq,, Hoebottom.  Of this sunt $175 has been s.ent down to Yic  to r i a, to rel i e ve tiie i mme c] ia te wants of the distressed family.  . It is rumored that the public officers and  the household fiirrii tp re of .the gubernatorial  mansion are about to. be removed to. Victoria.  SHOOTING OF LAWSON AT KOOTENAY.  Mr.'Neilson supplies the following partlco,*-  lars reUtive to this sad affair, to the British  Columbian, 'The circumstances connected  wi th the coward 1 y ran rder : of Jack La wsoi^  and the lynching of Brown are substantially  as follows:���������-=  A man named Charles Brown arrived and  camped within  four- miles of the town of  Kootenay with .three horses which he. had  stolenat Colviile .This was on 25th May.  On the following day the owners of the.stolen  horses, two Dutchmen, reached the Uwn and  stated their case..to ,constable N.ormansell,  who informed them that as  tho  crime wai  committed on American soil he could do . no-  thing; . They next applied to constable Lawr  son, who said jhc would get; their horses for  them. . .Starting out * next- ^morning, mounted  and armed with a double barreled gun, &c,V  and accompfinied by the two Dutchmen, Law-  son went in the direction of Brown's encampment.   When within a little distance of the  spot they saw JBrowu coming towards them  with his blanket's packed over his shoulder;  Lawsou desired [ his companions to remain ���������  v/here they were while he went forward to  meet Brown-   When be came up to him bo  demanded the three horses ho had stolen at  Colviile.   Brown,; with.the air of one insulted  thrust his right han4 intphis bosom aa if to  draw his re volvef, where up onXaws on, cover;"  ing him , with bis gun,, .demanded  that  he  should withdraw his hand.which he-did. Then,  followed a conversation, the purport of .which  the  Dutchmen could hot hear, but which;  taken in connection-with the actlof Lawson,  who dismounted, they understood to imply  that Brown had surrendered and would, offer  no further opposition.    But, no .sooner had  Lawson, thus seemingly thrown off his guard,, ,  dismounted and turned his. face from Brown  for an instant, then the latter drew; his revolr  ver. and shot the. poor fellow  dead  in hia .  tracks, the bullet entering at. the, back oJF. hia  h ead a nd coin,in& put u a de r :h is nose.. Bro wri ;  at once possessed  himself,of.,the murdered  man's gun, and,; taking some ammunition from  his own blankets, he: left them and fledjthro ugh  the wo o ds, the two Dutch ra en. r un n i ng: i n; the ���������  opposite direction;;. Brown was heard of next.  day as having crossed St Mary's river, a very.;  rapid stream, on a sort of raft, in dp ing which  he lost the 'gun and aH>bis arms and, amuni- ���������:  tion . with; tho exception of a pistol and a ���������  large knife. :';'.'���������/;/���������'. ���������/������������������: yAAAiiA-i/'A i\ Ayiy-A  A.. ArrI ving: at the. camp' of Joe ��������� Davis; he, obf  tained some food, when &e took to the. moiinf;  tains and pushed towards the boundary. Jinel  About. 12 miles from Davis? camp he ine^  some Chinamen, of whom he demanded, ani?  muuition, but they bad none. -He.:was nexi  seen near the Junction , by a blacksmith. of  his own name, who knew bim m for mer timed  and to whom he said he had.killed ajcdns;  table and an Indian at Kootenay',, would kilt  two Dutchmen   the   very, first opportunity!  Fortunately for the two Dutchmen, who dia:  played rather more discretion than valor, tbo  opportunity is not likely ever to occur.   Ho  was next heard of about six miles south of  the American boundary, whore Jie met.an Indian and demanded ammunition .from';.him!.  Mr. Indian was too quick for him, .and reported the affair at the Ferry, wherehe arrived ia  a state of great terror.  Here, four men . who  bad just arrived.from .Kootenay in pursuit pt';.  Brown; at once unders^od'thatHhe In  broken and otherwise unihtelligible. storyireAy  la ted to the man 6f-wJfioBi'.'tfej:Wre;in search  Leaving theiivjadediprses at the Ferry, and  disguising, themselves;:^!fe moccasins,;&c.,;  they pushed forward until hearing of his having crossed the Kootenay and struck th   trail/  at the head of the lake', they lay; in wait, for  him.   Seeing no foot-prints.of^eithery man;.;^or  beast on the trail, EroWn pressed oh, think*  ing himself, safe. ��������� They soon; saw him advancing at a rapid pace, with the remaining;  pistol in one hand and a. knife in the other  m  ..,       , ..    ..........  Threeoffhem raised their guns, double baK  the 1 o cati on o f the c ap i tai at Ne w Westmi ns- rel ed g u us, lo ad ed with b ucksho fc, ��������� ancl fired,  ter having been foiiud excessively inconven- simultaneously, literaUy riddling his dastard-  _ ereek on  guns carry a 185 pound shell.    She! month, and reported that the Washburn cp.  as the place of the frigate Sutlej as the had struck a well defined ledge of quartz, five  '-8% of this statiorL-B. Columbian.   ���������      ' *" L s- ^-"��������� i������m^������i w Mvh m ^m a^  ient and expensive.  Repatus qn the Road.���������Mr. T. Spence.^ is  at present engaged in repairing that portion  of the wi\gon road between the 156 and 164"  mile posies.   Better late than never.  A rirospect of $2 75 to the pan is reported  to h'-xye been obtained on Tuesday last from  a sbaffc that is being sunk in the bed of Grouse  creek, opposite the Discovery claim.  The Express left yesterday at noon. .The  passengers were Messrs. A. Morrow, J. Shaw,  J, 07Byrne, O. Parsons, and J; iSeliis.  Sir Archibald Alison, tho historian- died at  ' the 23rd Say, of  f������ot in thickness, immensely rich in gold and J Tue^y last.  Glasgow on the night of  bronchitis.  It is rumored that Governor Seymour will  go borne in a few months, and that Hon. A.N.  Birch will succeed him.  Mb. Ball r^urned from Quesnelmouth on \  iy carcass. Returning on the following daj%  they dug a hole into which they put the. re-  mafns of Charles Brown, the thief and .cowardly murderer. He lies close by the. side, p J  the Walla Walla trail, 43 miles south of th������  boundary .line...-' . .   . ��������� . ,;  Brown figured at Victoria, at Hope, Suinass  and other places some years ago, and bore a  character far from good.   .   . ; ,.  John Lawson came from either New Bruns^  wick or Kova Scotiat and was highly Respected at Kootenay. lie arid Mr, Gaggih came  to their death on the same day and were  buried together,  BI5.TH,���������At New Westminster, on tbelOtU InsUi  tbo wUc ot'W.J. Armstrong, of k daughter.  MARRIED.���������At Victoria, on Srd inst, by gift,  feev. F, Gribbeil, David Lt-ueveu, Esq., to Miss J*k  'cliael K. Bertram,7 bptb of Jersey. ;   -   .        ^  DIEP.���������At tbe Hospital, bu 25th inst,. of h$WA  disease*, William Curphy, a native of the Isle af Wi  EDg^a'l,-aged 38 y������ars.'  tmsmmrsm^mssm^^s .     (    ; .���������     .FAITH..  ... ���������'...-  As .points tbe. needle. whi ch directs  . '   Tbe��������� ship upoh; th e ocean's breast  .  .Until the manner ite tec ts'  " The distant port he's sailed in quest.  So Faith points to a. port above.  ' A"'Where all is bliss.��������� without alloy;  it- poiuts," 'as������-oh lifers sea we;rove.   , .  ���������:   ��������� To tbttt'.fair- heaven of-Endless joy.     '���������;'"���������.  ',...' ��������� anpi'''''.-''  ���������-���������  As slefans'tlie lorn  HOPE:  beacon ���������  V if  ���������   Athwart the wild .tempostuons sea.-..< - :'.-';  And shows the storm-tossed ship at night,';;  ; A harbor safe whence she may flee ; :;!  ��������� So Hope, 11 pon the sea of life,    "���������''������������������  ; ���������  .  '    ���������. Will rise a beacon to the soul-;       ���������     A  And 'guide!us on- through danger/strife,"; ��������� ��������� ���������;  , -Or, safely, to .our destined goal.    a:AaA-  '-'���������/.������������������ ���������-"--'���������     ....     chatiitv.. ; :ii//Ayi//:A  Asi dew is to the drooping: flower," yy  As rain is to th'e'-b ud d i n g ro se. ' ���������='..-. ��������� A I a  That grateful for the needful shovirr,; y/yA  ��������� AA Their lovelieSt col6'rs; all disc 1 use ;.'! ���������' A/A'  Druggist,  B A R K E R V I L L El  YAS CONSTANTLY 0\T HAND ��������� A CH0ICIC SK-  1 lection of Dhuos and Patent Mkhioines. including the celebralod Golden ��������� Balssun, and Murphy a  'Mixtures." ivir the.complete cure of Secondary Syphilis..  Also a "great va'rietv of Sarsaparfllus, Hair Brush es,  Tooth Brushes, Combs, Tootif Powders, Sponges, Fancy  Soaps. Lubin's Extracts,. Rose Water and other 1 er-  rumenes, Garden Seeds, &c, &c.      ......  i-JusW-cceived���������an assortment of Stationery, Pccke>  Diaries fur 1867, and Billmrd Table articles.   .  . 1\ S ��������� Prescriptions carefully compounded.     1-s    ,  STABLINOfor  WILLIAM   McWHA,  LYTTON  CITY, IL C,  Begs to inform the public generally that he has  On his premises for upwards of-'200 Horses.  Hay and Oats for Sale cheap. .   ,  GOOD SADDLE HORSES FOR HIRE.  TERMS   MODERATE. . Vs.  VpHE teDERStGNED  :IS   NOW  PREPARED  TO  .1 ���������: allbrtt every accommodation to the travelling public/and hopes by a strict attention to busim-ss,  lo  merit a share of the patronage bestowed ou tho former  * 'otors.   This Is one of the most comfortable aud  So Charity; infuses joy,  stble to procure in-the upper country. *Thc .BAH is  -stocked with the. best of Liquors, and tbe choicest  Cigar's.':"   : ���������' \ .   :  yZ'^J^r MEALS,   $150   EACH. ������-���������������*  -: ThosUbling for Horses Is all that could bo desired,  and the charges are very moderate.    Hay for Horses  .?^,r^.;������ ~...~..x.~^^���������...���������jWfillir.Atryy*<> ;* Oats antbBwley-ft*rtt������'^iwi^sUc������rkfiL  THE BLACK * CROOK.; .   The undersigned has a large quantity of QAT HAY  ^o'n.hand, for sale in large or small quantities.'  l.s- '    JOtfX PELLKTIEBj Proprietor.  C. -E. KUlVi  BOSTON BAR, B. C,   ;  Wliolesaie and Retail Merchant in  GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS,  LIQUORS, Pitt' GOODS, CLOTHING, &c.  Is  . 1 '  .  'A;  A  :  /:  ���������..  -'".  yptue'.'p^ As.ah evidence  )f this;: Ave clip the -foiIo wi tig : from the" San  of  .of ibis;5 we clip tbe toiipwiog  Friincisco-;.Mercury::;^Now there was a cer-  ������������������ tain- man of San! Rafaol, and his" name [ was  J eemes - Hnmp brey '.': and, he ��������� had a wife, a nd  h������r name.'wasHanhahvyand she had two- chil-  .dreii. And "this man weiuup oiit'df San Rafael to see the /.BlackCropkJ in tbe'eity. And  Hannah, his wife, and .the; two children' went  ��������� with htm.:"!Arid wlien.tbe.'time was that tbe  FOSTER,   OF  chemist.:  The Bonaparte House,  QEMLEN & PABKE, Proprietors, at tho  O Junction of the Cariboo aad Big liend Koads, is  now ojien lor the accommodation of the public. Distance from CUntbn, 2G miles; from SaVnna.sSt.oamboat  Lutiding, 22 miles; from Spence's Hrid^r, CO niilos.  Travellers will And prices and accommodations ti* suit  the times.   Give thorn a call.  Stabling, Hay & Grain;  attentive hostlers.  Vale, aud Cariboo  Stages  leave hero regularly for  1-s  Corner of L'angley AUey and Yates St.  MESSRS. JAY & BALES  Have opened.the above premises with a large  and well assorted Stock  :  or  FRESH AGRMLTOBAl,  AND FLOWER SEEDS.  ,thc business of the lato firm of Jay k.Ca.\ Fort Sf  and .Sprin^fiold Nursery, wfll be carried on by iln������jj  ia afi its branches.  Fruit Trees and Bushes, Evergreen and DechUinUi  Shrubs, Bulbs and Flowering plants of every descritf.'  lion.  Ms  ��������� band, -to he r. * ��������� IlanhaK*;. wh y wee p est ��������� tb ou ?  ; aud why is-tliy heart grieved ? ��������� Seest thou no  :erooked'thihgs in the* VBifck Grook'??r- - And  she. Was i n hi tter ri ess -of' sou 1, a d d cried " unto  '. JperhepApnd.' wept! so re. 'J An d she v o we da  . v 6w/an d said -\; 0,- Jeeme&<liiiniphrey. of ;Sah  Rafael, if- tbou -wilt look :ppAthe^ affile tio n of  thine handmaid,; and sec how'��������� I am tormented,  'but.iwilt giye .thine Vhandihatd her wish, behold she: will love tlwe ��������� exceedingly/ And  he said/ * Hannah, wliat wouldst thou V And  Hannah said, "I would be even among, the  fairies of the <; Black Crook." J : And-��������� Jeemcs  was astonished, but he said, i Go. and leave  ine the children.' And she departed,-and became a fairy, in the ' Black Crook.5 And the  same is Hannah, who hath the great suppor-  ���������-tors,*- whereat -the audience  langh exceed-  .. irigly."      ���������"  About Gold,���������Some time ago it was re-  ��������� ported'������that an eniierjprising genius had conceived  tbe  idea of collecting- a million of  dollars in gold.'for the purpose Of putting  th em; on   exb i b i ti on, i n ordej: th at  people  . might be able_to see v/hat that amount of the  precious metal  looked like.-  We have not  heard that, this plan was put into operation,  probably from the difficulty experienced in  collecting- the required million;   The fact is,  however, that very few persons-have any adequate conception of the value of large masses  of gold and silver ;��������� and it may be interesting  to some to be informed that a cubic yard of  gold would 'be worth within a fraction of  $10,000,000. and it has been calculated that  the whole of this metal in the world might be  contained in a room twenty-four feet square.  All the gold that'lias yet been obtained from;  the rich mines of California, and Australia, if  melted into a solid cubical-block, would only  be nine feet square, and nine feet high, the  value of which would be ^bolit $270,000,000.  AS FOR SALE, and.constantly-on hand,  a -well assorted Stock of Drugs, all the Chemicals  used bv Physicians, Photographers, Issayers and  Mechanics. "Also the popular Patent Medicines, and  Druggists* sundries.  Retorts,. Crucibles, Mnfllos, Cupels, Ingot Moulds,  etc.yctc;       - ���������       .. ' - ���������'���������'���������.*:".  PKESCRJPTIOXS   F.UTIIFULlf PRKPAREO. .  ������������������   ���������TA/iAA.   - '"h\ W. FOSTER,  mal   .A   AA'A- . ..,��������� '���������'���������'.        I \'l   Chemist  -������������������ .>���������!::Yai;e advertisements.  11ENJAMIN DOUGLrAS,! Successor to A. C.  > WELLS, Saddvk and ITaknuss Maker, Yalo, 13. C.  /K5-* A complete assortment of Stock constuntlv on  ���������hand.*- .. .'���������   .       1-s      '  164 MILE OR-BEEP-CREEK HOUSE.  TS. OrENT FOR THE A'CCOitMODATlOX OV THK  X Travelling public; Uui'hodroonis are spacious and  airy and the Beds can not be .surpassed for clean II mass  aud.comfort by any in the lower country; thoTuhh*. is  always supplied wij,h tho best of victuals. Stubling  or Horses; Hay, Oats and Parley constantly on hand.  L0CHIOMAHD 0| J4--MILE HOUSE  rpHlS OLD AND WELL KNOWN HOUSE has hcon re-  1  it h  Gently opened by tbo undorsiL'wd  is constant study by using every e  d  who will inake  ndeavour to acco  modate the traveling public, to deserve a share of the  patronage bestowed on tho former occupants.  ���������JeS-T-Tbfi Bur contains noilnns but the verv best of  LIQUORS aiid CIGARS.   Give him a call  Irs ivIJAVARD    TROFATTER"  Q  E  S  '. ; ��������� Front Strket������ Yai.e, B. O.,  BEGS: TO A NNO U N CE to th e i hliiab i tahts of Cari boo  that he intends to forward (as soon as the state of  .the Roads will permit),   n large arid well assorted  stock of CooKixr. Stovks, which hcwJii dispose of at  Pk'icrs to Suit tub Trass.  " Yale, 8th April, 1807.     A 1  ���������E..AIB F0RWMBII&  ���������   FIREPR'OOP WAREHOUSE!  T> ARTIES DEHl ROUS of shipping freight Wrrn.Di.s-  1 patch, will find it to their advantage by giving us  a call before engaging elsewhere.  AAA ALWAV & BAILEY;  .  Yale, April 8th, 1867. 1-s  ',"-,.--,W. H. Sutton,  DEALER IN Wivks, Liquors and CigahS, Coal Oil,  Coal Oil Lamps, &c;  ���������    AGENT FOR BUNSTER'S ALE I  ;'SPR!N-G   HOUSE  BOYD & HEATH. Proprietors,   ���������  THIS HOUSE is. situated 26 miles front Quesnel mouth.  Th e p ro pri etors having I atv ly fi I ted u p bed ro<������m?  and good Beds are now prepared to aifohl every accommodation tor Traveller?; the. Table 5? furnished with ail  the luxuries that can be procured; the-Bar is well snp-  plied with the best brands of Liquors, aud Sep-irs; goo.d  Sr.abling,' Hay, Oats and Barley. jQCSr The. CHEAP ESI'  House on tho Road. . .."'������������������ 1-s  1  22 MILE HOUSE,  LAKE LA HACHE.  F. WALTERS, formerly of the 94 Milk House,  having purchased this Ranch, is now pre pi red  to accomodate tlie traveling public wlih GOOD MEALS  and BEDS at moderate rati.s. 1-s  LONDON   HOUSE,  GOVERNMENT STREET, VICTORIA.  WHOLESALE   AND   RETAIL-,  J. H. f URTSIER���������& CO.  liirOHTEKS OF  English <fc French Silks. Shawls, Dresses. LY-  ilcrclothing,  Glove**, and every description of  Drapery Goods.  Receive regular supplies'by Express via Panama aim  b'r sailing vessels vuuCapu. Horn. ���������  Affsr Particular nttentien given to all orders,  JlAJ.  ESTABLISHED "1858.*  IMPORTERS OF ENGLISH JIEttcilADlZg  Wholesale artd Retail,  iT DRY GOODS, &C,  Masonic HhII Govoniin'ciit Street Victana.   i.j  J. C. BEEDY, -/   yZ;  COJiMISSION &   FORWARD [NG AGE.NT,  WILL  PAY  PARTICULAR. ATTENTION' TO si  li    leclinj?, purchasing, or forwarding Goods forth)  upper country.  '���������  Any commission entrusted to his care, will receive  prompt a Hon lion.   ,  Dleferences? :���������"\Y. A. Mkacham, E. A. Waduaus,-!!  HxRrEU, J.J. Br.\mlv.  Yictoria, April, 1867. 1  HOTEL DKj FRANCE.  . GOVER N*M EN T StUEET. VlCTOR IA, V. I.  'pHE RESTAtFBANT \* supplied with all tbo"  1 didlca'ciesof tho seiisoir, and. tho sleejiing accomodation is re'pl e t e wi th eve ry ��������� com fort,    the best ci  Wines, Liquors and' Cignrg'j ���������    . .   . s  Is'-. . J.. 6IGNE-& CO., Propr������cloh������. .  A. W. PIPER,  C O N V K C T I O K E R ,  Government Street", opposite the Thculru". .  ri AN DIES of every description manufaciured aiid  .\j sold, Wholosalo and Retail. .   l-.->  IIS  MESSRS. CORNWALL'S.  AT THIS WELL KNOWN HOUSE, half-way  Spence's Bridge and Clinton, on the Yal  ���������-,-���������.���������       In Bbl'R. and halfBbis.  -Yale; April 18th, 1867.  1-s  Storage and Forwarding!  ..    ���������;:-.. YALE,.B. C.  FARTIES SHIPPING GOODS BY THE YALE-LYT-  tox Routr, are advised that  KIMBALL & GLADWIN  Have erected an extensive Storehouse and Dock al  Yale, and arc prepared to Receive, Store, and Forward  G.oodP; Goods re-packedj and freights euguged at the  Lp-AVEST Rates, ������������������:.������������������  ;: ^Parties shipping goods through ns will please mark  to the care of  .^'ls KIMBALL & GLADWIN.  between  ale Route.  Travellers will find Good Accommodation. The host of  living, of Liquors, and of Wims Fresh Butter, Milk  and Vegetables.    Good Stabling and cheap feed.     1-s  COLONIAL  HOTEL;  SODA   CREEK.  4  GREAT REDUCTION has been made i n the charges  xi. at this establishment, so as to suit the limes.  Meals, $1; Beds, 75 Cents.  McLEESE k SEXAY.  Proprietors.  1st;   1S67. 1-s  EXRY GREENIUUM; WHOLESALE LIQUOR  oni-:, Importer of Fino 5L-ijischai-.m -Pipes, St������������w  Moutlipicc.es, Cigars and Tobacco, Johnson street, \ic-  toriu. .-V.'I,       ^ u  TULES RIXEFF, Commission Mkkch.vxt, K'^1  tj Hotel Building, Wbarf street Victoria, V. I.. 1-s  DCLEAL'S Coffkk HOU.HK ano Rb?tal-rant,  ��������� Government Sireoi, Yictoria, V. I. Tbte w vf.  clieapost, most comfcrtable, and best attended Lawo-  lishmentin the City .      #1  .    .-.  The BAR is always supplied  with  tho choicest oi  AVjxks, Liqi-oks and CkjarSj. ^  i^'^:  May  It Is said that tfie'Iffdiaiis/str^-lirtis^dollefilr  ing their poll tax in the; West;A^hey take it  out in hair.. ���������' ���������������������������' '���������"���������' ".'���������'���������;-'������������������ '.���������'.  VICTORIA ADVERTISEMENTS. ;-.  !���������;" A CASAMAYbTJ begs leave to state "thafc.be  XX ���������. has removed his stock of Goods consisting of ,Gko-  crriks, &c.-., from Whai'f street to tho. Brick Buil(lmg  on Yates street, adjoining Cowper's Boot. Store, opposite Wellsy Fargo k Co..y.  He will sell his Goods by Wholesale, at the lowest  rates, for cash. .. :1.s  WILLIAM -ZELNER,-: dealer in Duties, Medi-  VV oi-NES and Chemicals. Fancy and Toilet Articles,  Sponges, Brushes, Peri urn by, -, &c.": .; Physicians' Pre-  scriptions carefully compounde.d an d orders answ ered  with care and dispatch.   Victoria, V. I., '1-s  A. BULER.& CO.'S  7  ��������� OR ���������  ILE   HOXJSE  IEST_ HOUSE.    "  36 Mir.K  t")sT,  BETWEEN YALE ANI) LYTTON, B. C.  fPRAVELLERS will find every accommodation at this  I Hotel.   Excellent Goo king.   GOOD BBD3.  STABLING FOR'HORSES;'  TIMOTHY HAY.and OATS at.Lowest Rates.  BOOTHROVD  BltO'.S,  Proprioters.  Free Port for Ever!  WE THE UNDERSIGNED  TAKE  pleasure in jn-  VV   nouncing to our numerous  customers ana in  public, that wo will supply them with the. best J?hw������  Leatukh Boots (duty free) over odVred in B. C.     -  it^Atour old Stand, Governihent St., Victoria^  l.s CHARITY fcliirrLKR  "l^ANKEL. Victoria, V. I., Dealer in Few,  Skjxs, Hides, Wooi^ &o.   Liberal advanceBn^  "n Kurs consigned.   Reforencc���������G. Sutro & Oo., w-  hart Uitw. Victoria, V. I. *!_  t  1-8  rpHE UNDEDSIGNED HAVING PURCHASED THIS  X desirable property, is now Prepared to accommodate the travelling public. .The table is supplied with  the very best'oi viands. The bedrooms and beds are  as comfortable as could he desired, and the BAR contains notliing hut the best brands of LIQUORS and  CIGARS: !  A good stock of Grain and Hay always on hand. ..  ; 3rd May, 1867. ���������.'   .  _   .8; , W. WRIGHT., .  VAN WINKLE STORE.  and  fu-.  THE UNDERSIGNED begs to inform tho minors t  resi d en ts in & aroun d Va n Wi ukl o tha t ho will i n  ture keep an assorted and GOOD STOCK on hand, and  houes by close attention to business, and by selling  at LOWE&'RATES tlian heretofore, to meet the patronage of������lL ���������������������������'.'  Orders from outlaying creelcs accompanied with the  111 MILE HOUSE.  AGE IS NOTHiNG!  LOOD WILL TELL!  rriHIS HOTEL IS LARGK' AND WELL FITTED UP  JL lor the comfort of travelers; the Table is supplied  with the best of everything -that can he proenrd, and  tlie cooking is not interior to any on tbo road; Bedrooms  for families; Stabling, Hay, Barley and Oats. .  jg^fThc trail to Cedar and IIorso-Fly Creeks leaves  tlie Wagon Road at this place.  ��������� 1-s Wx. HENDERSON.  f\.    SXJTHO  &  CO..   IMI'OKTKRS  AXP  DKAI-EBS I;  \J*   CIGARS. TOBACCO, Meorshaurn Pipes, &o.> ������''  or of Ya tes and Whaif "btreet, Victori a  corner  m  KWONG: LEE & CO;, CoMJiissio?.' ^KB,CHA,SnS  roitTKKS. and Dealers in Chine'se Goods,; Viaor'.;  V. I.j  Crffik.  outkks, and Dealers iri Chinese Goods{; V^tor^  Yale,' Lillooet, Quesnelmouth,  MALLAN  AGENT.  NDAINK, COLLECTOR AND. GENE^J  , Govcrnmont Street, Victoria, Xy^JA-'.  DAILY and WEEKLY  and VICTORIA CHRONICLE."  "BRITISH WON ������a  Orders forma^  fiHDAF Store.    LADIES'and GENT'S CAST OFF | CASH, will be forwarded with promptness and dis:  \ j Cloihin % bough fc and sol cl.   Secon dhan d Watc u es, j patch.  Guns. Pistols, &ci, for .-ale.  . Xfcf Goveramen.i street- opposite theTheatre.    1-s  JS3* Terms CASH,Without distinction.  1-s J. W. LLNDHARD.  BOSTON   BAR  International   Hotel.  THIS WELL KNOWN HOUSE is now open for Ira  vellers.   Tho Table is supplied us formerly witl  ra   ..,   ...th  .the host the market, affords, aiid- the Cooking cannot  be excelled.    The Bar is storked with tho iinesL Li  QtTOKs and Cjgaiis.    GOOD BKDS.  .. WILLUM CHARTERS  1-.^ Proprietor.  ing cither tho Dailv or Weekly issues oi the abw  a'ny.partof Europe, the United States, Cabuja, *"* b0  H/i, &c, left at this office or sent to. Victojia v' &-  attended to. Terms in advance. ^rEBK,AA,;rY 12  with Postage, $7 50 ; 6mos. do.. $4 76. ^AiSJ *  mns do., $23; Gmosdo., $12 50.  OUR   COFFEE.  WE   ARE   FORWARDING   A  Packed in Tins of from two to twenty-five poun s  each.  ���������  1-s  WILSON & MUBBA^  Fort street, > ������������wu  my-,..  1   :       i   ������*^&:0������w.\W

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