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The Cariboo Sentinel Jul 26, 1868

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 :-y.iA  -iii'f>:'  S A  -lv  M������M  ���������^^' William ��������� CreSk, RC.,,Shd^ ; Mtt aft' ,1868  The ��������� ;Oarifeoo   Se^tmel,?'  SEMt.W'EEKLT "PAPE'E.     ;''  ? ;.   BOBEftlV HOrlliO\V.ATr Peoeeibtoiu ! ]  "'-OjncUBARKEIlVILLE, Wimiams CbotF, OkMBto.  flf :���������-,-^^'SaSorip^ii?;^i^P0.r Week/^,:.';.. i;,;  ���������' -ifnclu Mn*'cost' of tfoliWy;) Piynblo   to the Carrier-.  Wi  WftE'^^IBOO^S13i^Ni5Ii^  &  T^Orrr.  vmRE'STO^  i-'r*'^hsi^cftifiii6toweftto(l��������� by;tbo recent iinitfrtatiojr  ^f>. variety of nc^'oVoifiaei: tai TypJ, peculiarly sal Ad  miyA '-Waawai; ^yyyyAAAAi %.^?0gi ATA  ��������� ��������� Postars;, Circulars,'Cards, ',_.,.���������   ���������  '   -:      BUmeads^rdsraniaies for     ",  Balls, Concerts, ana'  ...,jJ.",,  *'*" , , Ttoatricai Kutortainments.} <  <    , ^   ���������   ?   -  . -       ��������� ;v ,  %rden for any doses iptioh of Jyb W$rk will i������e ss.e -  '.-cutad witii Byatn%;aii| despatch;   - ��������� -** --'��������� - : " ���������v'-' ":i-  .,-.,, .v - .v..    .^^ fCrmB moderate.  W*W>M������WB������*������������<  -LAUGH ABLB;;AND, BUBICROtrStvS0BDp.  ,;v^..���������'..���������->.:' ,. II -,.T--'V:>: - *~"tt?   ;." ���������.:;���������.������������������#  ,-.'tA'^*^-.'-i--'"T^--''->;v;r.^>  Alixdicroiis scene-occurred wiihjjtt^a - thou-*  ���������aand miles'o? Indianapoli3. not a great while  Ssig^atdeaat oof 16rig>nbiigh?t6:Ue^f6%otten^  AAYp suppress names/ aud give the stpr-y^asjit  ia-told'by'o'ne'of ihe Indiar.ap^m'.weekly  newspapers.--- Two young ladies were visiting'  . another young lady, theii cousin.  'The^ three  wt've, foiirl of'jokes, and-cb c tin ualiy, play ing-  (-them' off  oq   each  other.'  On" the night in  qnes tio n, t wo o f tb an a ae <i ded a p at 11, fs o m  ���������' which '"tbey   rotiirncd  at   half:past.   tweHy.fc-  o'clock    "he   rb������������<I one r^iw *������^e^ at boo o  A-aBd to SToid disturbing ber -toi   the .three  j&epi   ia   the same bed r^and.-.othera in tbe  c abuse. t-hty went through tho window. i Hers  i > d i Slci i! ty o e ci i ry? d,. ca Use cl/b y :the fact tha L-  . "after thoy'had [eft noma a young minister ar-  ..".���������nyedoii n .visit-,    lie *'as given the roomie-'"  .    ;> had vciw^wAi at hoto^ sitt up to - inform  the  -  others that-different apartments had been as-  ;     eigHed-to them. * She wnifcod in tbe parlor for  ���������."thtt jjui'jjo^e, biituDJuckHy ��������� fe'il;.ya3leaej)| ,and  ;:  aa the ynunj? ia'dites did not come  in   hy  the  . door, shc.slept en.., AVhetr:the two.-.othurs e'n-  , Urvd thfty su w Fun ay 'd fig ii re,' as' th ey supposed; iu bed, but-were puzzled^'also to s^ee  :.. A- by the ^edside a...pair.of boota;   The truth  ���������-flashed jipou 'them bpth at once.   They saw  -it-all-.-r-Fanny had set the boots in the room  ; to give them a good scare.   They put their  ."headsy together,^ vand- determined; to turn the  tehlM. on, her.   Silently  they disrobed, and.  ; -stealthily*as;eats took their positions on each  side of- the bed:  At a jriven signal:they."both  juraped into the bed. one on each side of; the  u neo nscious. p arso n, < I aug-hi ng a nd screami n'g  fi 0, .what a man I   .0, -what a uiaa !-*(thej  ;. gave,-the: poor be wilderefcrii mister JstichTa  , hli|Sjihg;:aad tousling iis:;^w^persoiis;!ar������aUle;  ���������������������������.-._;t* brag:of in the course of a lifetime.   The i  noise of this proceeding a woke the old' lady.  : who... was  sleeping . in  an? iidjoiriing.; -rpom.  ���������She corn p mh end ed th e situ atioh i n a. momen t,  aad rushing; to the room; she opened the door  .and/exclaimed,:   <��������� My Lord, gals;  if is   a  -man ; His a maa.sur^abu^h'.i-^T^erpT^aB  ; one proloh'ged; cohsolidated scream'-*. a -flash   r^^'^^&^gh^  I he best of the joke js. that' the minister toot  .. the whole, thing in earnest..- He would '.listen:  to no apologies the old lady could make for  the gu-ls. He would hear no excuse,' hot he  solemnly,folded his clerical robes around  mm and took his departure.  A .' -1  It is scarcely necessary for us to state that  W9 ������? n������t endorse, the outrageous slanders  on the fair sex contained in the above., '  The Hoosac Tunnel, when eonvpletedt will  ���������   be over 27,000 feet (five miles) long.   The  project  has   cost   MiiSHachuaetis' $4,000}UM.  already, and will cost $8,000,000 to finish it;  Phn Pir^fclf. huckster in Second street market,.  iWwlelphia, is about, to be married to; a  millionairo As a- dealer in spring chickens  last. U3t W^muce on Saturday  Wn������ 7Snlr 3eem Uut wivres wra a drug in the  ' MVWiF^^"1-"^ -w a"m*a in ntithi sold  UUI7������ ior ^b. Nova Scotia currency.  A lira  ^PfiKibn, of Tiis: Gkowth^qf:M^-PrSfe^sor1  "* A. Gould, from. statistics 'derived from the  register Of ffi^QSS'M& in-tlmUnj ted States  army;^a8^u9^br^nga't;6ut the'iactthaTuaetf  ^teMK^ij matimiim ^tiSifemucH'.iaVrHuaa  ,13 generally .supposed. This takes ��������� place at  twenty'-mn������:.or .thirty yearf ��������� of %g*.;' but there  ^r^ ^eauent in3^c>s:of;gro.w^  ?^?v.8?Wery;;noti^ gain :��������� of��������� a  tenth ^ ������f c.an. [nc^peM  After ^nrty-live^the stature  p^v^^rtsoas; parUy,4l>er.h\ip������,^from. tlie  condensatien;qf-th^ c^dlages'-- parity h'e-  ,:causa,o.f-'.the Ohlnge :&MMM������\q ^'f^ibft^ip^'  -.bfl^|������^TW-ag#^f������njaxim-wm'^  earlieB.t to th^tallest men. aV if>H^were^ thti'  necessity of unweniii .deyeiopment,,  Foreigners were shorter 'than .menfpf. native birth:  :Tbe:he.(ghtfi-"bf-juejrs������emed  place p,f enlia^entJ^A^/^'acbiiseHrra  enlisttng.in Iowa k$mn, i$ti' iy)Afythan ;if  he had stayed at home.   As we eo'West, men  ^row'taller.-  Orjo mk'n measured more than-  six feet ten inches    Out of one million there  were five-'hundred who measured more than  six* feeKfoiir. . In -Maine., men reach their  greatest height. a t ^ twertty -seven';   in a New  Ilampahire at thirty-five ; in-Massachusetts at  tihirty-cne.-fhe tallest:men/sixty-nine inches?  come;fropi;Io.wa,   Majne, Ye.rmont;Ohio. -In--.  :djana. Minnesota and Missouri;gi.ve-:ns men of.  a little "over sixty-eight?; aiid the average of  jail "shows  the Americans"'-to.:, bo very -tall  people,     - - ���������-������������������'. ��������� A.W .  A In Proyidenc^ R. 1   _pe|ntly, a little son  of II. Ii. Norris was playing-o"n the,railroad.  and a train  of oars.- which.1 came thundei-  *infe eutJucsiy past,-frighteaed Mm ro aeath.  .'    - '���������  , A nun describing a church in  Minnesota,  writes .to a friend : '* Nq^ velvet; ciiahionb  in  our pews.   >Ve  don't go ia for.siyle.    The  fattest rwwh has i\w softest*;seat"  li AIA%a Japarspse- Dickens;, Kioyta^Bakin  by  aame,1 ba������._written drie.storf in one{hundred  aaS   six  vo;iuueq,   which    wag   tVir-y-eight  ye^r^ In grim r tprough too pr^.ss;  BUSn*Eis G^KDS:.  A     y-y    ^MERCHANT,  ;"���������    PI-CH Pf-BL D;1  NmtfJ^AAAwWWlAy. aA  EDQAR-DEWDNB^  TIT  fi*  , "l ^ ��������� F; V. lieeV^uct&n-R'pb^s/?-;  ..>;,   .i ,   IMPOUTSP.S AND    .   ,   J ���������  ^^aiJ/E S, A:I/ivDiiA.l; &S ;IN  jcS6m     .   . BARK������SnLLE..-B,C.n t '*,,  '^^tei?lxe^son.  ast>^  MaslNlKSSaGkRBS^  f s .Lr ^ .  CHRISTIE BROS'/ HAVE, OlAAAflD TUEIE   NEW  -���������Sbpp,-,o})})&5ite thc--'l\tet Oiticfc;-;aaU-.ar^ptcV^ft$^"  exocutfi-sill kinds, or BUi cksniuU  work with-neatness'  aa������1 dispatch. '   "��������� --'  r;.R^rkervtile^JuiiDr22;*I8g8. -'   y '   ^.       '' j?22. j  AT  E.-HCDGEN'S'   OLD'ST^-^D.  ,_Barl������W:H������, 1st M������iy, 1868       -���������/ *   -  .^::p-AM.S.0':N;  i,1 ':-���������.:  PEQ1SI  '^p.DEALERS ;0 ���������  .^V:^������-Lr-i,l-������T^-;  A Jar^r  ?.ssorta:t������at oflsfi:  and   Stew W.v^ z  on:  ;-: i; -::^; i:v - ;^::;. ���������; r J^ ^:;     1: ni J.    'ffii&lr ii-S^ ^M':-  Barkerville. Slav 1,1868. 6m .',  :MJ������^;&iBEiii^iiiioi,,  ���������<^iSn-^.^V~~:ki-i  WALKER Su PINCKERTON,'  "S aloon -"and Restaurant  .    GENtRBVlLLE,  MOSQUITO GULGH.     ^  :Ma^..$^lS(58;  6m,-  -.; ;: FasiLion Salooii,  ;*;D;i;E;I^l';:B'A' R R Y,  ;   Baiikbrvilt-e, B. C,    ���������  May 1.-.1S3S.     ��������� A.A:A:.sfAy -AAy..,. ^lA$  Hi  ELDORADO- ��������� SABOOST  -/���������/.  WILLIAM   STIRLING,  .BARKER V I.tLS, ; B.   G.  . v" wake-up-jake:     ���������  Bestaurant and -Bakery-  n^HE PROPRIETORS' G"P. THIS WELL -KKOWN  ?X" .establishmsfiv.in ,:thauk.uig..tli^;pa!)lic'an'U tutir  namcrmn iVi^aiisTor pi^f-.iavi>rsf' woul-.������;���������:kin. Uy,splic.it.  a-coriiinaaacaof-tlwir p:uronag-s:-?ts..t^'^irn; noyt_  prepared to aOfori every ���������������������������sa.tisi'actlop ..in th?ir ,J������ie oi  Sa������incs������a:" :; :'^ ��������� ": ��������� --PATTEftisON;*-��������� .GOOpSO;-,.-.,  ���������34;-*y t. JESS3-- --   AAA's,..,  lAA;,W wy,$$.  Breaii delivered to all parts of th^Greeiv:.. :  Van -Folkenbnrgli &, Go:,  ^; {  |ffit eL^cHEPui^.i;^  p FC -TQ t, TIMaTS TO rHEIR' FRiENDS��������� 'iAi'lTHE���������  *"& puMiC ^casf Ly tl.st I    j ao* ha%T t*\plj As v  ' n R i rk .��������� r nil-:, .on e. in P.io'o fl::; 1 d; aw 4 on -1 i a G -n ir-. vi 5 i t ^  11 of wbu;h willbe.con^tautly aa ! w'-Ilsuppliml'  r.uJ   rusk itiass; of-tli y-bbst qualst; tlV ������ ^,  a  KOO.d  canvbi?:  ^61|cit  a   Ctihtmu ne'e of   the���������1patrun������igc "{lerctoford  exMnyleil'to trhoraf  ^B-irkSr vil |W:.;B; C;;iM^'22jia"86S i  jel lm  A.UOTJON   ROOMS  ^ AUCTION WILL BE HfiLD AT THE ABOVE  - ,Rooms -     t  ������,    (     ���������   ..  ^        -> ���������      ���������   ^.-  Every, Saturday j/.at Hppn,  Gonrls soM on- cops mission; Goods received -ou  JSt'svape-   Hpri^yai-ivan^ttoii.^oOdK.   .-     . ,r, ���������  M re hap t������ w ill pL *a==e ��������� so hU-'Gno Tis to Auction RodrnS  not 1 at*������r than FriUay. 15venlag for,s i fcnr !;iy's-Si,lo.  jjS6*n    ... -iii.;���������'-'" F. V. LE-E, Auctioneer. ���������  YAK  WINKLE HOTEL  ��������� ��������� AND  S^j  iii  mnE AT50VS HOUSE  HA������I>0 ' .BUfKX-RKBUIt/T  1  iiurt-ftWtfU up for i\v.'. iioc'.;;ii!n<)=l-iU'.nvf'f ine public  w iill be li epti a. a f-ly 1 a t o ���������f e:y ��������� c-pn p. ti ttoa.       ���������  Oooils soM at.WOolrtsal-? "-r R������l til ami as chc  fh*> ftht'apost in'';trib;)o mtrk'M..  -'Wholesale r.rk������rs frnn-nuilying Greeks will b  WhoU1  wanled Tree of oxtr* clurg"!.--  ;. Van: Winkle, May 1st. 1S8S.  cheap as  e for-  J. W,.  LI ND HARD.  mvll 6m  J. f. SCOTT.  R, L1VSETT.  '^AAAwWs-  -p.il o t ogt ap h i c Art is t,  TTAS KOW OPENED. HIS PHOTOGRAPHIC GAL-  .I"1 -1 -ry, au'!' i^.pr ��������� jnrjtt--tn to all.fciii 1 s of.. Pnotpgri>  phican I Jewelry work, executed, iu tho: highest style  ot the wtWylA    - Al ;������������������>���������'  Cartes <1 e Visite.. Timbre do Posto Porirasts,= Ambro  tvp-s;: Loith'T Pjcmr^s,: Mil.vnot.ypes, Views,o  :>; .K.>u3i*s} Cl-iims;, etc., Single or g^rwsepplc;..:  "Portrails -.'also .taken (in, White Silk, iaacn';or. Cotton  A  Cloth. ' v ���������   :.-"  fi:.rkervitlt->Ma.va,;:i868. ���������-.,:'- ���������;���������'������������������      ���������>������������������'" As A"w&ml. .  D  ss  iVHOLrESALS;- AND- '-RSTAIL   DEADER  ::Groceries, Proyisiqiis,. .  HARDWARE," DRf    GOODS,  CLOT HI N Q, BOOTS" AND' SHOES,.  &c., -&c-., &Oi  .. . BAKKERVILtE,.  ���������       : iny2-'6m  AROADS  BILLI1EB AIDJOWLIIS- UI0OH.  LIPSETT  CTt the'Bar wiil bo"fouu-! a Cull supply of -rib best  WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS.  .SaritervJUfrjiH*^ 20rb. ISM."... *^ ���������������  STOVES.!:  'STOVES!  ,VUA )  ADAMS & PEi  BARKERTILLS,.'  . Have:jtist r.'C-.-iveci a ciioice. sclwtlofe-of '  CAST IRON COOKING STOVES  ^!r,������io,y������  TIN   PLATE   AND   SHSET  IRON,  ��������� , with various other articles in their line of- trade;  W-All Jobbing iu.ihc Tin, Sheet Iron, Copper and  id warranted to give sat  0?  Zincti'^loctt^nii^J to, an-J wzrroavti *o give ������atisfaC-  ������Jj,u just received tbe largest  ������l.1  Best'  &ssbrtsdi  ''    *?    sfncl: nf  JAMe^M^btknVi   :" :    '    't-IS^I  iJntterclot-ning,  &c,   &&s  That u ts ci cr ^ ccd impoi ted ?o i\'riboo.*    . '  *���������--'.������������������"' <  A;a A A GROOSRres,1 ,FROV.IBION&,^-1-" ���������������   '- -  FINE BHANBS OF TOBACCO & OJGFAB^ , > ;    ;;  - j.-:;Pi<'r :i fs ::-^v il i .-:'-fl riUritW.o --tli ef r -aVl vaii tage '^t 6=-ff-iv'.eitii"Q ^--i'.^^;--";"';   ...\ (..._.  '* ������ - .i.,i .. 1... Or. .... .!. -. .. ,i  Tim   ^i������-n^v'fi'j*rti'm.*..C>--*.:   S'r'  ~S.  K AS .CONSTANTLY ON, HAND  A CHOICE SEI.EC-  Lion of Dnig.y and  raLent'Mwiiicinoej -���������' incIuSm^  new niadC'ah'i;Patcrit,Pili^-Trus3CS; SyririgiB^,- Cherry ���������  PectoraJi' <5arsapa^lias!,i^dfarayaG^ Mtcfa^jye; fJr  purifying the bl-xxl. ������������������A'WA.AA-yy      c   s,:s  I Also Stationery/ Red and Black. Ink|.Can(jy*;gee(ls������  BflmriyOhalk, unit'.Poclcet;;KPivcs,   TlievWlubrated  GbUl'enV'B Usiira and Jf iii?n hy's>Ki xlures; fort li e coin *  plete cure of; Secondary, Syphilhs and- Rheumatism, .  .apd: Crossniaii's,a-nil ..oilier sp -cific^ niixtures iprT/iGim*  nirrhce.-t, .;������������������ a great, variety of Toil ot. Articles, a"s' Coin bs,  H :i-ir Oris, Hair ana tobtl^^Bru^heSj51 :-Tftotfi'>'Po,wi'l������-r.<l  Tooth Picks, .Sponges,- .Fancy'SoapSj-^Bay.Rurtv^ Lu*  bin's, Extracts, ano,6ther-.pijnu'm^rie^j?etc.^ etc,;  Prescriptinns carefully.conipoimiiedf    .H ,;,;;-^ ���������  P.. S.^As Tshipup'goods-.or.-ry spring^hii^iiwl^ parties reqairing- medicine-may. r,r^ly%bn'^pb^ai'nirig it.  FRESH; and so insure 1 ts Having tho * desired' dl leeV.  N^xt.dodr to.Cunio.'s BreivcTV,,       ^-\,-aA.  May 1, 18.68.        .     6m /.\ >:. I  " Barkcrf Slle, B. C.  SpsiiS^SillHL ���������  AGENCY!.     ;  N;' ,THE,.ARRIVAL;'., AT : BARKERVILL^:  O?  fr:.vyr\%M;i'il-,iiy axprcss,;;P.;R^.If);Wiu:)eave Bar.  kervill-i with an -Express "for 1-heToUowin'r places :~~  11;as������tii to a a;i Red Rulchea, W11ip Saw Gulch, -Xo\viieb  0.mk.,. G rij.sisjs^wfe :^^y ^n.sj Qrvi&,-������a1;^rfetv���������r * ^k  and Antler. ��������� "Ho will rtispl'iaye-regVJlaHy iwlc'eT-'tiv'.'-rT  vreck lor".tl������;������ s;i rap; places, wi tli. the CauiWo Sk.vt-' Nj- *  j������' thenvirnin^s of its issue ������������������ He, Will aU?^ixVi'fo ������iT  iixnds of cumini^sidns, etc.., for mjn-irrs; ahtUii-ho'-  ses, recor* 1 claims, t'Xaiil.ini?" ;recor-ic, etc-,"-'��������� ��������� <Collectius  will also be attended.to.; He will'tlso send out, tf r.-S  ti ia es a m ohtii, an Express*' to Kei t hr> v Crp<������ k" ��������� .F- ������-V ������  ol* Quenelle, Cedar mm Bkck Bear.; cfei������fc$l lie uj'il  ha vo an cilice at, liarkorvillo, where all orders- etc  Crii be left..   ;      - '��������� ���������   ��������� "..?-     ''  M y r>.:lii6"5. ,. .''6m  Steamer Enterpi^ise,.  il���������.���������^_i,  IK ORDER THAT IT MAY O'ONlfECT  w i th  ��������� ��������� B A RN AR D >S    KX PR B^S,,   t h e  Si^ steamer Enturprise will hereafter l-ar^  Qussiielmouth. on Mondays 2c Thursdays at;  fo;a>-m. ; ''_-.;  Will ��������� Leave Soda O reek, on' Tuesdays :��������� and  ..Fridays at daylight...   ,.,..,.  j&g~7ho stoamcris not rosponsible-torloakngo of  Oils \:r otlif.r Liqui ..s shipped in iiuS;. ���������, ���������������  .  - -.  Qa-^nelinouth, J'nno' 19, "18.68.",., ���������    :' jc22 5m   .  FOR SALE.   ::.;l  A FIRST CLASS CABIN, NEAR BARKERVIU:E. ���������  A. Tins cabin was CTobtaii< atgj ea l oxp^nsoi and hart  a vault boneuth. Lor Uie-storago of -'wlbtcr .ve'goiabks.  With very little alteration it mi^ht'bc made .an excel-  U*bi win tor rbsd-a6ticij, as'it has a double rooil  M  ^^M:  ���������' V  -*^ifM?** tP"^" ������^i^fiB������������*������*������"J^-;.T-7"  BWiAlSXMtolSMS&t&J  ^UN;0AY:^.;jriM,;2<>, 'Aimi'iAA-  A-  Agents. for the i4' Cariboo Sentinel." t  IVnti Winkle"A '  -     - ' ���������������������������---������������������:       J;W. Lmdluird.  '��������� Quosnelniouth,  Mr..Goodie, BarnardVExpress, Ofnce.  fioda Creek,     '.-. AA . a > '   ������������������:    -Bnitia w'S Express.  , :yale, A: s      -      Mr/Evans,    : do  ,   ��������� jfew Westminster, ���������.>T ;  -    W  . Victor in,    ;���������������������������- .��������� '��������� .'>���������������; / -  The,"ambOG^mtmoUMs published every Sun lay  aud "Wed uca d a y Ad vertise men ts in ten do J for i user tipu  ������; mustbe delivered at latest at 6 o'clock, p: m., the day  ^before publication//'; "'������������������,. A. ;--', ��������� y'A '--'A'"- '������������������ -- ���������:' -���������������������������/:.  do  Cl:itl;son &C0.  f.E.Maliiindaine.'  i;Ayiiyhe;:A.vy::','-;;'  ,"T~    " ih   " Tjy.COKUKBIVXUB^'rto   ���������   "  : All communications must be accompanied by the  rea l iiame a nd ad������i r*SB.'. of the w ri tor, not in -������cf ������ssa.vijy'  ��������� With a view of publishing the same.but as security lor  his good faith.  '     r    .W -..-���������:���������    TOADVERTISERS  v J&ff" AH' Advert i^em en ts {not j lift or ted for an y defi n Uc.  * period)\vili;becontinued unttt ordered outandtjharged  f\������r accordingly.  '-',, ..   '"' ,���������'  ��������� - ��������� t> _ t   ��������� ���������'  The old',fishery trouble between;the United  ' -States and the lias ter n! Pj evinces j; which was  tallowed ;toj siumber/during the eonLimuuice  ' >��������� of -the reciprocitytreaty, has'' been revived in  the. United States, and a few..of tbo cantan-  kerou? type4;of4. politicians .are,4rymg. fostir  Maine, proposed a resolution;to 'establish the  right of ..Americans- to  take fish on the provincial   coast at a distance of one marine  v league  from tbe shore, t'ollowing the indent-  . ations thereof��������� a right which  the  treaty  re-  ' fei-red fo hy tbe bio ver of the resolution does  WXa/MiZZZZ&Za  reel it would establish all bays over six miles  which  we  think he would reluctantly.apply  : -:tb the.Chesapeake_arh1 otlierJbayls within, the'  "United States. s   "Luckily,  however,  tor  the  " .. pcniee of the world, Mr Pikeys resolution was.  - 'rejected and a more sensible one substituted.:  *The resolution not only proposed to  settle  the question of boundary, but it laid down  t'-.e manner in which the American war ves-  -sels should perform their duty. viz. :   that in  W^;xwt*..H>. i  "I "A  "i ���������-.  \w  pass to oe pa!  specify just Lo a much money should be, paid  ��������� -'per fisLfpr. what may be-proven to have been  ,     taken from British waters ; but we'presume,  , as fish in that country after being:caught and  cured are very cheap, the price of each fish  ;as tbey swim would.noi exceed one oeat. and  when the d ifiScul ty 6 f p ro vi ng the; exact n urn-  f ber that may Have been stolen isconsidered,  *    the probability' is that the. amount received;  Aa would hardly compensate for the '.trouble of  ,; watching and catching the trespassers. ��������� It is  ' ;Weli^ however, that the majority of the. pres-  yA 6nt -Congress are not quite, so reckless -and  fool-hardy as  the member from the <{ Pine  Tree'"-State," and; although, they have in eyery  dispute of boundary or other right, so far  as ^the provinces   were  concerned, got the  ;   better, of JEng I a lid in the i r ������������������ treaties; ye fc  th ey  were.not quite willing to endorse the danger-  o������s policy ad vocate.d by Mr Pike and some  of the supporters of bis resolution.   The day  has gone  by--and no doubt the American  1 people understand the fact���������when questions  of boundaries and-pother national rights be-  , tweed' them an d. Can ad a ca n b e se ttied as th e  United Stares may will   without  regard, to  justice;   The posHiomof the Provinces under  '   Confederation  ia so changed  that they wi 1 j  -irS^a'';TOW  .their properiy and' their rights; are;to be dis-  ,posed -of..;The fraud wh}ch was perpeirated  ./by;tlie;IL S. Commissioners iri the settlement  ''���������-; of ithe: Ash burton "> treaty is too patent to the  -world to give any chance for further impositions of as nil i I ar ch arac JLe r.    The fo 116 wi b g  ���������. extract from a pamphlet recently ,publmh<;������j  will g i ye to th ose n ������t fa mi liar wi t h ; th e history of the '* Hot th-Kus tern ljpiindar3',-; some  idea of the gigantic swindle v/hfeh  was perpetrated upon the Province of New Brunswick  by the ratification of the Ashburton Treaty :.  " By the Treaty of 1783, the Koi'th Eastern  Boundary of the :\Jnlted States  was defined.  As the character of the country at that time  was but little known, the terms oi the treaty-  were ambiguous.   Not long after, tt was ex-  : p.loredi when two chains of highlands were  iound, between tbe Atlantic and the St. Lawrence.   The question arose, to which of the  two   did   the treaty refer?   The Americans  claimed the chain betweeh the St Lawmn ce  and the St. J ^hri: the British, the  one   be-  twees the, St. John and the Atlantic.   The  extent of the territory In dispute. was 12,000  square wiles. I :; , ..;       '  the   Ashburton  treaty, the Jioun3arv  New BnumwicU .receiving the .smallest shave.  .Lord Macau lay opposed the ratul cation of  the treaty in-the House of Commons; ,d eel a r-  i ng '*��������� there was eedpd no ton I y "tliat; whi c h; w e  had a right to keep, but whieli. it would.in  many respects have been advantageous tp us  to have-*retained." ! ' ���������..  A^luj.Hon.T'ives, United.States Sehatpr, and  c'air-nan. of foreign -Aifairs,.also op posed, the  treaiy, on the ground of .injustice b*ung done  WGreat Britain^ as she was ^ntitletl to: all she  claimed.   . *  One of the proofs, brought forward in the  American Senate by Mr. Uives/ against the  As hbu t to n T rea ty. was" the- fo I lo wi ng letter  from ^ared;$parks,::;the histori^i^ ^dresseu^  to him;. ;; . ������������������ ������������������ '��������� :, ���������' .'������������������ .. ' : ���������  - <V\Vhile evarai ning amo n g thc papers rel at-  ing' to the Americau" Rev61 u tion. in the pub-  U c -Arch iv e? of Paris AL found i n o ne o f the j  bo*uud;volumeS;; an originalrJotter; from T)r.i  Frank Ha to th e. Co tin t deIY erge^: pslfo Hows:  -. a ��������� A/ ��������� " .: , ;. .-;; PASSKCDec.'% dtft.> : :  .,j.,Sni,r--i have the honor, o- .i-eturning, the  rn ajj; y our B.v ce 11 e n cy sen t m c.. yes tor d ny. 1  finvifimarketT w[Hi'"a atkono'i?Kb Ijx^7as're-���������  quesled, Me :limits of tbe United States as  settled: by ii tup; British and; Amei-icitu: Cpai m is-  sipners.     / <���������': Bhnjajiin Fka.vkllnv  / Th is 1 e tte r wn s w r i Hen six days af ter-' th e  preliminaries; were' siguud, and if we coujd  procure ; the identicalUmap it would afford  c^nchusive A evidenpe.,, as; t������ ihe; boundat*y  Sou^max^WitiLLsuppose X:b&tJuo_^iQJn.jnaiv:  ing e n qniry for the m ap j not d oub tipg but i t  would confirm alI my previous opinions* respecting the validity of our claims.^ After a  1Lttl'e research in the American ;,di visjon,'wi th  the at3 of. the keeper, I cameuppn a niap  eighteen,inches;square, on^which was drawn:  ���������a stjiqnck red ...lASE... t!u'<"nxhout the entire  United  vveu by the people among whon  ���������ho % ibe Clergy" resides,; prior to his  tiki* there?   If the' bis!ibp: is determinco  an tee  'G  settl...-,   ,,   ,.  t/> withhold any; longer, it would beympye  cotisistenii in him; selling; the buildings he  caused to be erected here and,:- applying tbe  proceeds"-td further land speculation^ thereby providing for-a rainy, day. I^bave now  done with *' One" of the- Clergy\ ^A tne  :presentt and iiicohclusion would urge upon  the liiembers of the various; sections or the  Christum: Church who- may .he scattered  around; 'to : adopt, some such plan?;us jbe  ^tish,'in the absence of stated ministers.  May, I suggest tJiat all. who.feel an interest.in  'this matter meefto-gether, say: next; Sunday,  invsome^cchvenierit;.place for consul tat ion.  J am sure'ibe Cambrian Hall;;'Barkervil^',  will be readily granled^for the. purpose, say  aithehourofop.in.; ;Prpvp by your attendance^ that you feel interested.    . ; A  new:advertisemrnt<?}  POSTH������//|EAIBGnST01SI  NEW ADVBR.T1SKME.NTS;  -'������������������'" ���������' 1>C^r^rPTf>'T^,-��������� h-:���������':���������'" :::Aaa'i  rpHE'^TBTOEEA'TItfN'l^AdUE.COMJn  X    ivq u '"p ted to at ten d a i m oeti nsr,  at D r; Ca rra 11 's  <-������������������c-'������ -Tff-tc RVRXlN^.MtS o'clock.   ^   :-   ^ Jy20  ���������=���������'������������������ v'LAFONT   AMD   VVARDy    w.  Minstrel & Variety Troiipe  thbproprletor.s of the above Troupe having s? euro a at  . . cousid era blu cos11 ho v������ 1 u;< b!e services of  rSofESs6 R Wi L^ON; arid* "A  -v-' // '  ^;i;;;;;fMessrs. BARRY and UfRIGGLEIIUTU,  1lAyyiAyyfs ._ .In addition to - -     ���������  aZZwaMus lakont,  ������������������.;���������:  yAyAiyyiy MISS ELLA MONTEZ. and  mZMwAA' ' "   mi -rKAHCi!),  ���������     ���������       ���������  Beg 'V to ani nou nee tol ho public tha t they i n t en d to  TTAS AAlMAY^Am^  AI:( "n^>r^&;ai������.fn������^co;nplcto;a^^ ;  .;'������������������   Engl^ :,  " TJnderclotliiiigi   "'/���������'  G-loves5 Katsy &c^ '&$���������   A  VWM. WILSON is.theonly Importer In th������ Coto^.f  */'Arrr---^fiK70VTOsmTg;~J :-4-r ������������������:"  ���������:   f ILIE ATIIEU . C 0 ATS,  AND WEST END FANCY  _%   the   AsbbuKon  treaty, the boundary  guarantee did  the people 'of meh places as  wa* .settled   on the bw* viz eompvom^ j Hope and Douglas give V    Was therJ a gm^  Penobscot and Kenebec In short, it vis exl  ���������actly the line" no vv; con tend editor by iQveaX  Bt'ifcain, except that it concedes more* than is  now claimed. A-[ . '\  (Signed) '' '-"Jarkd Sparks^  The fact^of the:existence  ,map7! was Iu the possession of,\Daniel Webster, one of the, Commissiondo^ the^ Asoburton  Treaty; arid; suppressed by him before; the:  Goianiissiph, and boasted; of> a, short, time  before his; death:' asiieing a smart trickplayed  upon the British Goveraiaeut.    .' .  ;;:Editor SExfiNKKi-^It is:Ipossible that I  should take some notice of the' miserable  apology by "poe. of the Clergy," on behalf  of his, superior, the Bishop: of^Coliimb'ia; in  \Afererice to the subject ,.of my letter of the  11th,ult.   It is true I did not know  of tl e  0 ter men tio ned, in his 1 e tte r to se n d a' c 1 e rg y>  man to reside in the Sistrict, on the guarantee of a subsidy of S1500 per a'inum,; by a  c nnmittee; to be formed for that purpose ;  and ,evyn if I had known, it could, not  have altered my opinion of his conduct  towards this p 1 ace.; He. recei vud 1 arge  amounts of money from friends of inissions  for^the"purpos(j :of sustainirig .ministers while  pro cl ai m in g the gosp el to \ h a; m til ti tudes t ha t  were fldcking. to thO; colony, at:; the time,:and  what has beeh the result ?. Iiand speciiiations  prevailedoxer all other ���������cbusideratiohs,-and  the::;;cenLre;:; of; .pppulatiou-,was;: entirely  n:'gl'e'cted."': "It is ;h.igh "time %e'dono!rs--iii-'-Brp-  i;md;;si(>al3;AfnpW how he bas acied.; ���������.-'H.'d:  tie seaboard.;ibeeh;:pestileutiai; and :Cartbi o  exceeoihg: pleasant^: %ith h'ae sum mens - aid  short wiii te rs, th e or de r of'ihi rigs ihigh tl h a \ e  been reversed;: As to myself, I'itin a Noi -  coufbrmist,. ori principle, havisg\ lived ana  1 ab o u red as; a 1 ay nia n. 11 n dor t J] e b an 6 f l n N  quality,;in matters of religion, in a conntiy  .where:^te.-:.oxen..;were plou^bing and   the  a sses    feed ing   b esi (! e   them."   as.  o f. o 1 tl.  Although not a bigot, I, lor onccouid not  be a party to such conditions as the  bishop  asks, without   having    a   voice    in    tie  selection of a minister : and if lie waits until  they are;-accepted, it will be a long time before he sends olie, e,\*c������pt it be  to  reap  ti e  liibours of others.   To be ol' any good, if seat  here, .he should be a superior one,  devoted,  Iaborir>iis and  au  attractive preacher ; one  calculated to gather a congregation together,  instead of coming to preach  to one" waiting  for him. .I.ain nnt a stranger to  the up-hifi  work which must begone through in connection with the formation .of churcht's, and sustaining them in the face of as much discouragement as can be expected in Cariboo.    Let  the Bishop of Columbia iuive a little  more  faith and follow more closely the example of  the Apostles of whom he claims to be a successor.    We read ol the seventy having  beui  sent- on   a preaching tour without a otuve.  aod they wanted for.itpihing.    ])[<] the Apostle of the Gentiles, when asked in a vision to  go to Macedonia, demand a  guarantee   for  three-fifths of his salary as a condition of his  going.   I come nearer home.   What sort of a  guaninee did  the peo  plac^M^amuseniimtontiic* Pacific coagt.--- S"h-praise  liotbeing.atrait of yood. p.-riornu-rs. the public uro  invuedxxo give ihGir- aiun.ianco uuil pass tlieir own  ^ais^or^ceasurif.;       ���������.-,.'  This (Sunday) Eveuing the perrorniancos  will include  :--   "tho :.  .,  ACT!  And the laughable farce of  Awm$H  AfylyyAA'A/uzd  Tlie^Masquerade Ball.!  vV Dpors .pp^riiftt So'clock. p"r;orp.tance to commf-rice  at;8 :^0>:;';A������i nt i=s:ton, $ 1'; K- -s< i*v;ed Seats, 50c ex: r.i.  BiX^oMc&Qpen irosn 3 til! 5 p.m. jy-i  ������������������  Z001AA-'   NOTICE. Z ;  t^fctubk; no husiakss will re transacted  A - at tins Bank nti Sun'I-tys.  'V'thV 0|nce;hoars during the week will be from 10  aaii/to4p.m.  y.w;-;-;���������;;". n. sihrley blunt,  ;''";-���������".-;������ ���������'���������:-'.;.������������������: Agent.  ���������; Bank of Brttjrii Ct.umbia,    "I  AA J3arkt;rvillo, ^!0th.lnly. 1SCS J jy22 lm  ��������� /ZZ/Zy       MOTiCE. ~~  BANK^  OF, BRITISH NORTH AMKRICA.  tN FCTCHE NO BU.-INRSS WILL BE TRANSACTED  J:   at thi.|l>a'nk ������m Sim uiy.-i  The Office hums during tlie week will be from 10 to  4 o'clock;  ywyWly: GEO. GRANT, / Agents.  ..  Barkerville, 20th July, l$0������ .. ..   jy.22.1m  :;T II EMBANK  I  by Royal Charter, 1862.]  $2,500,000,  With power to increase.  Drafts issued on the Bank's Branches  IN VANCOUVER  ISLAND-VICTORIA.  In the United States,     -  CALIFORNIA,   ���������   -   SAN FRANCISCO.  OREGON, -   -   -   -   -   PORTLAND.     NEW YORK; AAw -   -   Messrs. Bki.l&Gex  dry, Agents for the -Bank of Montreal.-  ON CANADA���������The.Bank of Montreal.  ON SCOTLAND���������The British Liaea C������a-  pany's Bank.  ON iRliLAND���������f he Bank of Ireland.    ;  ON MEXICO AND SOUTH AMERlCA~Th������  London Bank of Mexico & South America  ON ENGL AND���������The Bank of British Columbia.. Head Ofiice���������East India Av*?nue;  Leadenhall slreet.  BARMARD'S ;EXPRESS.  GOLD BUST AP BARS PUBCHASEB,  Received on DoposU, or Advances nrule on ibem.  TELEGRAPHIC TRANSFERS  Granted on Victoria, San Francisco, Portland and Niw  York.  Ever}' description of Banking business trangactfd.  H   SHIRLEY BLUNT, Agent.  William Creek, Cariboo. jiifi  HEAVY  pri-tis on.Weflnrjsday rfbrniiigwili bo-iu Yalo on Sun-  day afternoon.- - :   ���������  June 22. 1888. -     ��������� RQRERT POOL, Agent.  Z    PURE-':'HOnEY)A::Zry  DIRECT FROM THE RANCHES' OF LOS ANGELEP,  . U.'.li!/,r;iia.     Tuis is a s-pl ndid article.    Every  miner in Cariboo sbculd pet aiin and try it.  ������������������    ���������AL?0.~  ��������� ���������    "'- '���������'������������������'���������  FRESH    BUTT ER,r  ~y    IN   SIX   POUND   TINS.    " .  For sale, Wholesale arnl R<-iail  hy  ., . K- 1'KAR.SON- RROS.;  n^Vn Hs-rk-r'-nie.  A. C. CAMPBELL,  nAS   JUST   RKGKIVED   FROM   VICTORIA ON*  ;of. tlie largest and best assurted stocks of   ���������?:;;-_  HARD WARE    '  Ever imported to Carthoo,; consisting>f:slinvds,;-hoeit  Vix^sT si u ice-fork a, n ills, btvr an 1 bntu'li4- in>nt flat and  round, ol' all sizes; N.iylor's c:ist stei 1, llat, tmd ;ocw-  >fon; c;������r wheels, cast steel ������xl -s, donbb aclion;: hdlw  h lits and wash ers of till siz;is:, a n vils, vices, ������������������ bdlows,  itud bl,tcksmi ths' tools gi'i] er.i 1 ly;, juiy rakes, ecytin*  a ji d su a tb e������s;.; axe and pick; h ji"h .:1' *s; n>p', saws-glass,  scales, cirpi-ritt'ris^tools, li)bks; hiliffes, screws, hasps,  stnpies, hat and coat hooks, files and rasps; bulctKX*  aiii 1 1 j ii tt ti ng k n i ves ;A cut 1 .ry in > grea t v.i r i eiyr anjl  j?yeryjurxicila:lu&s&nryloira,.n;tining; country.;��������� ;H������rs������  and intil.'.shoes an I nails, ;��������� Also a good'.aESor'imWW^  stationary; all of winch hu is prepared to sell at pftce*  which \v"ilIdef'y.conipetiijun. \-< -  May by 1868. -..,:'  *  ,,*;.. .    ������������������A.Ar. yAy.l.WA-  ti  n  l)r-jrnpiitu.!<\  Any  ������m.sp:^cs or.or.lers left at vtl,. hl(n-.;  Pl  Vf7 B;-v! Co; 7]l[.,G"lv(i ���������i������mediatcatteutil.n.  _Rarlc'Tviile, July 13, 18G8, ..^  tho Mors of the  ie  a  <  ASON & TlALY BEG TO ANNOUNCE THAT THEt  ill. bavo op lied the above Saloon, iind hops irom  tbvir exp .Hv-nce and strict attention to meriuaiiar*  of the public pitronago ������������������:  Farmers, Attention!  fYS  AND   AFTICR  TR1S   DATE THE KATE FOB  \J   Gnudingattl^SooACkii.KK.Viu.willbc  ONE-HALF   CENT   PER POUND  and screenings returned.     A first-ebss mil* can-  ^-e---Satisfaction yuarciiU(j(5d.. .....["  Soda Crock, Jutm 30, 1888. J* R' AX}XVfy  Meals,   Lnnclies,  Stews, &OZ  Served up at all hours, day and nighty  Barkerville, B.C., June 22.  HAS JUST UFXEIVED A LARGE-JS*���������  ment ol HOOTS of various "*&������***&������������  BESTQLALITY;  also, BenkerfsPmo.Dr.bS  Boots of tbo best description..      ,nrwflted nofc to be  I have Boots of my own make wnrrnntco. n; - ������v  surpassed by any Boots made cither In i h j".Ojwny  in California; either for workmanship or������m<MW  Gum Buoifl constantly on, hnnd.. ; Boo ts in^i  order and REPAIRING-done-at the shorutiw^  ������^,NEXT BOOK TO THE SENTrNEL OFFICE, JSSt  iols  BARICEKVItLB, B.C.  A -\  V.'  ^S.:  f tii 11 iwunnmiw -MUU  ���������S33^r. himtMmwmil iii -iiMJijIfiwiliiiiniiir:  D  ;.:>.- A-- w'M '  "*- ;���������''.'������������������'*���������<������*���������.���������������;  A^jftataiiMiiuiiiiiid  Special to" the *SCariDpo;Sentiiiel.''  /;\'-'.:'VICTOR.r^v!'V.;I.';'-;>^ ������������������������;,.;>  nn Tuesday evening the;Governor gaye a  ^fleers of the USclNavy in^ietpria. y_ y  ^investigation;o(7 the; burn ii^iofGpwen  '=; v ilioeVetvs disliilery tet-mlnafced on^esday  *���������' Sd resulted in-a, verdict  exonerating all  ' C from thVNorth cbast;-'--.;-:;-"T-.j; Ar^y-Aw'ymyy  ���������-"���������������������������;'.-i,. Tlie ^schooner Bailey, ;from Sau Francisco  tb Victoria, ta reported lost,...;;   ': ,.. *j ".���������--,  _���������:;..::.The:W.,U, T.^^  left Esqdinialt iri tVe early, par tot the spring,  bavin* on;board the-cable intended for Beh-  ' ;;rin^ Straits, has been heard; of from Yalpa-  ���������-���������- raisoi;;having;;enter������d ::tha^p������rt"j^7p,fey8,  \from Esquimau, making U inches of water,  Jiavingspntng.aleakv    /\      , ,     _ ' #  Al ' Agrand;fireinen*s?pic-niA is to be giyenm  Victoria to-day (Saturday).  -The ship Mar^irefc-grander; bad arm-ed-in  -   Victoria fromHhe Sd^^  of tropical fruits.  The brig: .Orient; Gap lain Lewis; arrived  from San Francisco Tuesday evening;   She  iseonsigned:to Millard :&rUeedy,ltnd Brings  200 tons.of general rattrchandise.  ( ��������� ������  The Morteta salvage case has at last been.  * decided, arid the court hasawarded $1000; to  '    beawarded as. follows :  Thrcbrfonrihs of the  anioiint^or $750; to go to": thelowners- of the  .' steamer.:.' half of the remaining fourth to  Gaptui ns Pam phlet and_l>etercatix^ $75 and  "r$5tr respectively] "arid ther reminder hal f of  " :one-fonrth, or 3125, to; be djrid ed amongst  * - the.crew in proportioa to rate of wages.'.; : ;  y:: ' ; ;; UNITED. STATES. .     ��������� *  ���������Washington,��������� July 17���������In the -Senate,-Sum-  nar, fruin  tbe, Gomtcitteo on Foreign AtYairs,  reported the Alaska appropriation bilU with.  > the; section declaring the rights;of redress  stricken nut.   -  ���������   The,bill passed, omitting ;tbe'section de-:  Vclaring the joint power ofrthe^House with the  .Presiaeii.t:-td';:coutract treaties..   -    A. -. *    :   -  y-  'In the~'nbu'sedmMn^:th"6\1[scassion^f the  .pending bill. Stevens took strong ground in  Javor of paying the five1 twenty's in-green-.  baeks;'  He said;: ^I;bold" to: the Chicago  : phUhnunruny, as I understand it.to the;plank  in that New York platform:   According to  the. original contract; the interest should be  > ' paid at. a cert a j n ti ine'. at six: per eent; in co i n.  After;tbe bondsIe\ 1 d u e 1 fc wouId be payable  '" in money.'7   ��������� *  '"'���������"' Philadelphia,, Jtily 17���������The Ripply-'of ;gas  is: exhausted.' and;; the; strike still con tinucs.  The tie \v s paper offi ces ha v e; gen era! ly r esor ted  :y. to cantlles. ? A fevv places:bf amusement 'are-  . ������pen but they must suspend. -  ;(?incAGo, Jnly:.18.-���������Senator Poolittle;has,  published;:*: letter opposing the third party  movement and favoring; the election of Sej'-  monr and Blair. Tho third party movement  has apparently fallen through:: ; ::;-' ,'���������'..:;;.;;.  The hot weather continues and numerous  deaths are reported ;from all parts^ofthe  country' - from;: sun- stroke.;;: Twenty- four  deaths frdm tb is can se w ere rep o rted at the  ;; coroner's(oflice in New York yesterday. :';--���������'"-.  . ���������   WAsiriKGToN/Jnly 18.���������The President sent  *' both Houses a   message: recommending  amea(iments to ������he:;constitution   providing  ;tor the election of President by direct vote",  .to-confine the Pr^������i4e^iaJ...r^  ami prescribing; who shall accept the: duties  or the executive oRice in case of vacancy by  ^eatlrof both President and Vice-President.  ae thinks the succession ought tb be invested  in the haniisof some executive department,  and not in the President of the Senate, the  bpeaker or the Chief Justice, each of whom  ni'gn be instrumental  vacancy bv  or  MINING COUPvT.  of the Southern States, without any commensurate return.   '  . Secretary Seward lias issued a formal offi  ci tl an nou n cemcut tli a t the fou r teent h consti-  iutional ��������� '���������- amend nxen t has tiuen: dii ly;' rafciSed  and. be come part of the constitution. ;,  V ^iisbn;s substitute for tlie Hbu^i3 bill reducing < lie a nil y to th e o rdi n ary peace es tal>-  1 ishment; was passed through the Senate by a  strict party vote; . A AAA      lA'AA--[,}iyy ���������  Washington.. July 21.���������In the House the  Senate's joint ��������� rcsoInlIon,.; declaring the 14Hi  amendment, was'i-eceiyecl and concurred in',  ; Adespaiclvwas received;announcing the  raUfibaiibn   ofvCthe; -14th; Jameiftlment; to tlie  cohstltiitibn, by;the (Georgia .Legislature; . ;  ';'': lyASiiiybrb^; July 22a-Joint resolutions:.of  sympathy, with- fe Cretans .were passed/  ��������� Nkw ?Yonk;; 22.^There,; i3 A one) case  cholera^ id this-city and ;one.; in, Bropkl-y u.  , ;Londoh, Ju 1 v 17-^-In tne ��������� House ��������� of. Com-  m onsf last nigh t. Lord Stu ri ley m (id can i m -  ,PPxt)*ni-Stja^i iiift nt An:: '-psnpicJlUf. lie, stat^l th at-  a rep ly had been sen t to t he.-.: Un i ted fS tates  Go verni men fc as tb the matter of natural i zatibn.  Ministers were: ready to acce p t the A mer icaif  i liter p re ratio n . of the * q n esiio n.   IJ e th ought  there .were no misunclei^tandings ;possible  between the,; two countries.  ;;Lord . Stanley  said Min isters::������ii ad de c I ine < 1 to^ rn a k e; a; tre aty  at;present, iis-jthe-'"iUjyul  Comniissipn- fottlie  {���������g^irei^ai' effmitde'ra ti otf^tl i e sn K} eeV was Ts ti IT  Uns&ipn anafor ;^  .me w|U-^qt permit t^e:.^  the;present-session-or,Pariiament.;^s:^;.'v'i >- -.. ��������� ������������������ ���������>������. ���������-..-.  ^^^=gfc A-'r-Je^F!^������^aiAS^  (Befors C; J; Brow, Esq;, Go!J CoramiSRiODer.)  A .     fi-.     '���������<   A Wedxksday, July;22. ���������'; ���������;  The ���������.-Cawfornik .Co. vs. S.'.-A; Smrru and  Jo ii n Ap,vja��������� T he j udgmen t ren d erer 1 was as  ip 1 lows: - That 1 op k ing at the co ri tes fcas one  be tween the p 1 a in ti its and; de fehdan ts al o he,  irrespeeiive bf ������ny qu estiori i ncide.nta 1 ly aris-  ing asto. the rightsi of the, miners on: William  .Greek to the water of its tributary, Walker's  sulch, the Court was of opinion from the evidence of Weston, a former owner in the California company, that the purchase thereof of  'Mr- Adair was a'valid one and would "not- be  disturbed. "Tlie action was therefore dis-.  misled .wjtlj; cbsts,;without prejudice to the  ri g h Is of arty: m i ne rs to' the -water,' \\ p o n Wh ich  question- the'Coiirt- was not called updiiiat  present to pass any opinion. '   ���������  Co  AR. WEL15 vs. E. ScCa^n and the ' AcnoitA  vb.r-Judgment f, 1 think that.it was intended  that;|liVWcCann stioujd only; pay the .balance  d ue^te^ tfej u Uln&. AI l^^peases', join#.yd iiu'  eu r red on't he in teres ts so Id in the: .Aurora  and Bo real is co m pan ies'; but .1 am bo u nd ��������� by  . Lh e ag re'e me nt'i n \v riling . m ad e; b e t w ee n the  ;jmi*t!es;:aii(l;the agreement provides I hat- the  -lnoney due to the plliiiititF *��������� shall' be paid put  of. tbe first dividends declared in the p rem ises.?;  As a dividend has been declared in; the Aurora co., 1 Uiave therefore"no option but to  -ard-5}r;Hs-pav?rieatvtG the���������j.plaml.itT,/'?a3th������rcrglr  no dividend^lias been declared in thed3orea3is  London^ July 17��������� In the HouseVof Coni^  monsjin rieply to a question of-Mr Mi 11; - ;;  "  Lord Stanley said the (ioverbment woiild  pursne the usual-course figainst, the Fenians;  Warren and Counsel, who were arrested after  effecting a landing in Ireland fbr the- alleged  purpose of :incitingian .insurrection. Some  delay;hlul been'Caused; by the ^necessity ;of  ha v injgLto p ro cure. ev ideu ce f p o m the.; Vn i ted  States in regard to Fenians convicted uti(|er  sentences They5had not yet1 time- foi? a revision of their discs.      - ��������� w .   \'  The Duke DIMontspensier, exiled from  SpaiaVhas arrived in Cent rat Portugak xlt;is  now reported that the Duke;has be.en :exiledl  because, lie ..refused to obey; orders except  direct from -the Queen, pthe;^ ditstingidsli^d  liberal Generals Siave been.arrested in conse-  qiience'of alleged sympatny with ihe,Duke^;;  IiOndon^ ;July;vlp-AAA ^popular derabnsJjra-:  :fcion:took place to-day in lavor of the Parlia-  ?hj������ri tary nieasures*fpr?th&ubo 1 ishrlie"h'frfof th���������*  Irish Church establishment ���������* A; procession.-  carry \hg ban iiers and weari ng green ri b bons;  proceeded to Hyde Park, where a mass ineefcr  ing organ ise d. an d was ad d r essed b y se vern 1  speakers.; ^.liesolut-ions pi? ong!y: pro testing  against the;rejt'Ctiou;by the House of Lords  of tho Irish Church Ap p.oi htmiuits' Sns]5ehsiary  Biii- were ado plied. - ��������� Abbu* 2U00 persons' were  present at ���������'��������� the .^meeting." ;.���������.- The proceed ings  Were^orderjy,;and there :was, ho interterence  by the police.  -:" tibhdon, f\\ly 19 ���������Lord; Napier. for himsel f,  officers and.soidiers of.the Abyssinian expe-  d i tio n," mad ea gra n d. d isp I ay to:.; b o th II o uses  o f Pa rlia ni en t for tli e v o te p f thanks a ceo rded.  ." Corkv July: 19���������Six armed:men last night  broke into a*gunsmith:s shop and plundered  it of its contents^ No arrests have been made.  London, Julv 22-rLord Napier received  the freedom of 'the city of'London, to-day.--  The ceremonies took place at the���������'���������Giiildhall..-  and Were witnessed by a large concomse .of  people.- -'���������'���������: :- .::- ���������������������������a'.  Pri nee Na p o too a h as a rr i ve d at Jlal t a en  route for;home. At.:Syracnse, the Cretan  exiles presented an address expressing the  hbb<* that the Pnnce- would not abandon thrr  The Priuce rep 1 ie.d with much rcserv-  inent is there!ore given for the plaintiff wiLh  cosis���������tho; case to be disniissecl as' against the  x-\urora- co. ,- '  m    producing   a  o,^������       ,    , imP������ilchment.   Johnson also re-  conunemU that Senators be chosen by direct  vo e o   .he pepp]ei lind Uuit thti|,e sh^ild ])e  ��������� a��������� Umilation of tbe tenure of the judicial office  commits ������- /.e'.lrs* Messftg������ referred to  committee on judiciary. ���������  annnnn^resiient has iss,l0(1 a proclamation  SenS?"'1!16 ratincatiot1 of tbe fourteenth  S^ ,r ^e consaution of Souvii  ^���������atoima and Louisiana.  ride? th? T V1 ?��������������������������������� session to oou-  not vi i San(lwic������ Island Treaty, but did  would dEfJi* b-nefit tbQ ^cific States  ������ ou iq derive from it.  "tb���������. Mflfn *Sa 6pp������Sed tbe ra{^^ation of.  wonShI\mJlf 5?und thafc suSar������ ���������������* *>,  reduco th,  L "ted lVQQ ������f daty^  M������  would ,  .       . .  ���������    tne W������as������ and injure the produce  on Wednesday morning at i  hop  cause;  ..^iipn.,.; a/a  London,' My";22^The Grand; Duchy of  Etesse h as sign i fi i> d i t s d esi re to i i ni tc \v i tli  the other. German States in a Naturalization  treaty with the United States.  ;   SOUTH AMERICA.  Havanha, July 21���������The revolutionists have  cap ta re ci Ca r racca s. Th ey car r ie d tl ie. o u fc.  works by storm on Juno 'I'd. and the place  finally surroiidwed ou the 25t.lt. Portobelio  remains loyal, aud is strongly fortified and  defeh(led by two Rteamers.. On taking poi-  session of Carraccas the Government was reestablished.  HAYTL  Havana, July 18.���������A Ilayti despatch says  President Sal nave   1ms proclaimed   hitnsell  Emperor. He had issued a decree banishing  all who had sought refuge in foreign countries. Three days were given, after which  they would be treated as banditti.  - Lazarono are threatening foreigners on the  streets of Port an Prince.  try  the  .       ANiTy���������With; the scenes  of i a  Pol ice Court is generally 'assqeidted the i(Jea  of low  ruwdyism  and coarse brutalftyj and  <\ he:ie ve A \ye attend such :Court: we/expect to  see standing Jn the dock some" bloated^ blear-  ey^d debauchee, ;paying the penal ty   of. a  ������lninken^sprere. or some bold, .harcltmed villain  on his trial for having committed an as-  saultnpo'nsbme. companion in his vice ;   or  perhaps \ one of the more contemptible speci-  ���������mlms   of itumanityrpthe.-^neak^edj Ithin-  li:>ped;'-;' white-livered .-c.lass,  who  have  only  pluck" enough to; set. fire to" a-cow shed;';'and  run away5 by the light thereof, being tried for  au act of ^incendiarism;   Butthe scene which  we. witnessed :on Wednesday -last- was of a  charact^cso riew an dy u nusualyat^ \eas Ir for  vCui!t b Qo ^tiigt we could ^scarcely sup press; the  "ex cl aiiiaHon J li-Ui^ J^fii^m aH u^r^^*t^df bf  yeeing in;the dock, somp culprlt such; as we  have described, we   were surprised to.-see as  parties to ��������� the action'occupying the attention  of the court, two filfely dressed and good-looking women as the accused and the accusor i n  -a case.o f breaki ng t ho peace.   The complai n-  an. t^-r Mrs Mary I She 1 don ���������a : b ux o hi; m id d 1 e  aged [ w p m an b f matron 1 y; ap pea ranee, w h b in  th e Co n r fe; charac tbr i zed ,as.: b ei ng.; o f .s o b;er,  steady habits���������and the accused, Miss Hattie  Liicasftbie alias, we. forego), a tallandgrace-  f.il V" .y.oiing-   woman, .haying   considerable;  personal attractions,; but uh[brtiinately pos-  s;ssing a passioa.; so ;u n co n tro 1 lab 1 e tirat eyen  the gravity of the Court could not restrain its  o u tb ii Ps ts or cheek" the tori'en t; of --u n cp rap I i-  i n e n ta ry';' 1 ang u a ge w h ich flp wed with an eloquence > that few possess.   The charge was  si a I p I e���������m e rel y that b f. thro w ing sto n es n po n  the hbnse of the complainant and endanger-  in g ber 1 i fe, for whieh inanifestatipns bf re-gard  the Court oi'dered; the fai r accused to-fu rnish  two su re ties oi" S25 each and hersel f; i n $50,  to keep the peace for;��������� a peiiod of;six moiittis. j  or suffer imprisonmeh t for two monIks.   Bai 1  wa s 1������ut a d,: ah d th e fa i r =" d i sti irbe r of " the  Qneen-s peaces scorning the foul air of Rich-  tield prison, is again at liberty to pursue, her  11 use aso nab le pro m e n ad es, whilst M rs Shel do u  may enjoy her peaceful slum bars, feeling that  her life is protected by the penalty of a $100  bond. ��������� . ; ���������  PhotoGRArnr���������Mr F. Dally; arrived from  below last Friday, and has taken a number of  .excellent photographic views of the places of  interest along the road; and as he,will be  h e re some tune ..a good op p o rtuu ity p rose n ts  i t se 1 f o f p e rso n s ge tt i n g 1 i k en esse s ta Ice u in  the best style of art Mr D. is so well known  in the colony as being one of the best accom-  pli-ihed in the art of photography, that it needs  un recommendation from us to insure the  patronage which he so well merits. He proposes at an early day to visit Mosquito and  the other principal creeks, affording ample  opportunity to all of having their likenesses  taken in good style;.  IlAitrEST���������On the Thompson and below  the Bonaparte the hay harvest is about completed, and this side ol'tbe Bonaparte to Soda  Creek haying is progressing rapidly. The  crops everywhere are looking well, and the  Drospecfcot an abundant harvest never was  in the colony.   Foreign flour, for the  Suoo-nxa AFFKAv^On Thursday last -���������: p,.  quarrel ��������� arose between two parties on Mas-  qnlto giilch, in regard, lb a certain ditch%p������ ;  water, which resuItacTin Mr.-/jesaib fpJerie ;  beinp^ shbt;through: the Jahd with"x revolver. V  by MivJames Knigh'.:^KatgKt 'bas; been:^ar^  rested and placed under bonds for" $5,000,  The case wi 11 have a hearing to-morrow,; be-  fbrothe Police Magistrate; until; after which  we refrain fro m p ii bl ishing^ a ny of the m any  conflicting etateraeats that arb^made irt^rela-  t io n to - the affair.   We triis t,. h o we veiv thai it  may hot������provc so Jserioiis a case   as. some  imagine. Ay..   AAA :._ ��������� -   A,. Aa'-.a : , Al/'A/A  ���������A AccipisNT���������^As ^IrpaHy:-iwa?i coming dowiv  the a Jeep pitch at the. foil r:mile;canyonr near  Jack of Clubs lake, his .horse   slipped,  and,  one of the wheels..running over a higb piece  of rock jn the road, upset the trap; and<t_ pre-  cipitatetV.feo.th Jiorse and M'ag^niintb theJ|rayiDb '���������.  belowy.some:thirty S^t,;anadaniaging a; gbottv  many of his; chemicals. - During, the; day a;;  pack 'train; passed an^d;a^sfed bim outpf Ais..  digiculty. ^He/says J fc; would ,/have \pade a  go ed y tcti rri*r p ������t vhe ,rwas wtift thiflfKnttfi F"to"''  take it.   At the sameplace a similar, 'accident. -  occurred last fall. ;   ���������.    y.AA    -  ���������_': Two. daysi-Sjffb^.^^-Knd-'^ca^  visit to the ^Togas on the pitch/V'tunneli  a boy e Bark er v i 11 e.. The m ai n tun n e 1- o f������I his  W.'SA  the pluck and energy they have'displayed*  The AssTZKs^Weiai' told th at the CbuH ;of  Assize will be held on -W:edn^s^ay-rieyti' and  that the Grand Jury have been verbalLy,noti-  fied to attend on that day.    Were we authorized we'wouId giveVa proper notice tor that1 > ,  effect, withbut any: charge npoh_ the, revenue  of th e  co I o ny,   if ,w e  were; :sa ti sfied, ������tb a t A A  ipbverfy' of the-exchequer was te sole cause  of such- dfeincli nation to adveriise the; sittings 'As  of the court, f We thi^k,vhowevel,^ thaf^auch ...-  economy :is^nofc preached generally ;in  the{A  lower portion .of the,coloiiy^ ;^     y- J r  SrA7icK-Bf>x RoBBKBY.^-X)'nl Friday "mpraing- '  the San Francisco Go. discovered  that- tlieir  sluice-box had- be,rbbt)ed/and a pick; wtiob/  p roved. to: be long to th e fl u m e.Co.. w as fo u nd  lying by the.robbed sluice-bbx, and  led to  ti������e "arrest p f a(Chinamah;cat;^whbse; bbuse it :  ,   ������������������;������������������'..,���������.������������������'    ���������'. ;������������������.���������- .���������'������������������...;������������������ \. ���������������������������. :--  :lAwAyyAAwAii  :  yw::yswywwAvs  ���������AAWWAAWyssA ��������� -  AWWAWy  AWmiAlAs  fhe case will Jsave a hearing to-iborrow;J  TiiE Minstrels.���������- To-night the La font and ���������  AVard troupe will give one of their pleasing."  entertainments.   By reference to the ^pfihtA3d;;  prog ram m es it: :��������� w i 11. be see n th at they h av e  arranged for a performance superior to-;any  that they have: yet given.   We bespeak for  them agoo(Lhouse, :;*   ;    , >  Anothkr Dump-Box RoBBEKy: ���������Just as we  ���������;  were going .to press we received information  that the dump-box of the Sheepskin Co. had  been robbed between.��������� the bours of 12 p.. va. ������������������  and 1 -a. ra., while the * men were absent at .  sapper.;. ���������/���������.;���������:���������;; ���������;������������������"'' ���������;;'. ���������y-w-y-Aryi.A.y^yy...  Barnard's Express arrived last evening, at  frh oTclock, feri.ngihg an Eur6p;ean,atid Eastern,  mail, and; the; .following ,passehgets':.'(.":��������� Mr.Ai  Pitts. Mrs. Wheeler, Mrs. Camer6d>\Mr.VJf A   ;  Lott and Mr. Murray, : ;;  A AW  j^g".Allow no one to pat;you: off;with any other  Co ffeo th a o : Fell': best.   To : be. luid]from-ail Vespec t>  a >le dealers.  CLOSiKG.-Tqe Express fbr the down conn-   o g*rf m ^ .olon^ ^ ^^^teWM|  ^ will close on Tuesday evening at 10 and   m i { ^^ Columbja can pro-  o mail at 8 o'clock.   The^stage mill t������a>e as^tu ^ ^ ^^  vLmcHi^om  y   MISS   HICKWAN ;  AS OPENED THE NEW: BLTlifelNG ADJOINING  the Post OIOcl* sis a . -... I  ...y  A-  .  LUNCH HOUSB: AND SALOON, A A.  wh bra she h opes t o - recci vo ��������� n. fair sh ti re, of p ubll*  p.iirnniigfe from her (rlen.ls and the pui>lio.  Tin"! B ir is stockvd. wi th tlio Ix.'st of Liqurirs, nnd  good BOARD furnistied on tho most ivnsnruble terms.  Also, good BEl)S;inrl ROOMS TO I.KT, lornKsfcod or  imi'uraisiieil. Tin: kindest attention will be poi.d to  nil wh^mvy Oivor Iwt with a e=������ll. JyO I'm  De Nouvion & Kurtz;,  (Successors to Buie Bros,,)  I-  BAR K I  IV  V  1    XJ  E  DEALERS   IS  J,  AX3>  CLOTHI  jn9  DR.  MJI.G.S. .Es'G.r   L.S.A.. Lond., \  SUB&SOjSr   ANB   ACCOUCHER,  At home for consultation daily. Oillco two docm  below the Theatre.    Office fee, $5.  DENTISTF������Y-~Teetb Extracted or Filled with;Gcl!,  $5,   " jrU Shi y       Zi     ^^^^^^j^ "    '���������"'"  ts ���������  H^srasss^MS  AAyll'A<;-W::.  [AA:'ssA-- 'I.-:  ^awZaA-aA  '! :V. ;���������'"���������.- .���������'.vVt'' ������������������'���������'-'  [original.]  AN OLD POST'S LETTER.  Dearsir���������creditor���������I fain, ^  ' By this addredsyonr ear would gam���������  Aofl may I hope your faeo���������  My timid heart and modest mien,  ' Forbid that I should now be seen,  ..So pray excuse my face.:  Your little serai-weekly sheet,  From'tiihe to iinae I gladly ^reet,  ���������   And read it's columns through,  :   Observing: well, how one and all  Inclined to prose or rhyme at.all  /������������������ ��������� . -Are-entertained by you. .  .' '*Th������ not tbe muse's favored son,  ;  Like "Jeanies,'' or ���������'Tai o; Eifion,"  '������������������       ' a*- I owa there was a time. siyA  'i Before my poor old ��������������� spavined jade"  . .Was worn, out in the scribbling: trade,    . .  ..     I used .to jingle rliyme.  ;- When in the sunny days of youth,  I oft times sought the muse, forsooth,  ;:'���������:'.;���������. ... "Her genius to'inspire;'    'y '" ;  ���������' : And sometimes did the goddess deign  '   To grant from off the. sacred fane  ��������� -.    ������ A spark of poet fire.  ���������   But since the winter of ray life  :" ilas vanquished youth in manhoocTs strife,  'The poet?s palni I yield; ".  '.And* to Thalia's'favored few,; ...... \........ ...  '.:" Who' tune the 1 yre in Carjboo,  ��������� All- '������������������.. I gladly'leave the field.  (. 'But e'er I lay my pon aside,   -  ��������� Stern fate's relentless will to bide,     ���������  .- A parting boon I ask. ���������'- .  /���������Grant .me a corner in your-sheet���������  -,.. The outside page issdnly meet��������� . ���������-' ���������  /���������Ay   ^.. ',;Fdr;thia my final task.'  // Qne favor more I. humbly plead,   / ;.    .:  /,-.;Jaskyour patrons."when tbey read; //.   ���������  Z/i ^';'; My "last-attempt at; vers������,;';      ', -.���������  '   .Jo let' their cri tic. cerisure I i e,  ���������;     /..;..  ;v  And pass ray pp.et blunt!era byj  AyZ'/.'".��������� '.^^kjigH'??e with their curse...::���������������������������'......:.  A- ���������*'- Ha I ha!���������methinks I hear a laugh���������  '������������������ m Whattake-ine for old boy ? a calf?   .-:  You think:me very green.' *  ..,;������������������- Le t :off that;8tuff-.you po etry��������� call,  - . Wy. pep I'll dip ifrcrxtic'sgall ,  .  \ \.....   ... And ventilate my spleen!  A\ " All rhyming scribblers I despise.!  .- -  Tb.eyTis nought but Idiots in ray eyes���������.  ; -; ;\- ; A epbrt for jcritlc pen��������� ; ; .".",��������� '.  Ay TourAtimid heart and modest mien'-'-        , .  A A.- 'Begets you we 11, as m ay b e se e n:,  fiy noble, whole-souled! mea I"  VICTORIA ADVERTISEMENTS.  THOSASLETT STAHLSCHHIDT,  Importer and Commission M-Tchant,  WHARF STREET,       -       -      ..-     . VICTORIA, V. I,  Mnv 1.3SSS. .��������� 6m  ROBERT   BIT RITA B Y,  LAND AGENT, Etc.,  GOTfiRSMSNT STRKET,   VICTORIA,  V.I.  .   All business carefull v and punctually at leaded to.  May 1,1868. "  2")  VICTORIA A DVERTIREMENT&  L_j^������gIg^J^ERTI^j^  R  WATSON, Watchmaker, Jeweler J>>,  , -. nnd Kinr7aver,C-y;-mment stree!; ^xt������,������  to the St. Nicholas H-iel. Victoria, V. I. Chr< n-Csstc-  ometers and Watche* cleaned, rehired and v-.-anvnt-  ed. Even- descripiinn of Jewelry made to.cn.tr.  Phin and Ornamental Engnving neatly execute*!  ���������   M iy 2,1S08.    r> AILY and WtfEKI.Y  ^ ^ITI-II COLO * 1ST  { f       . ;M������n.rtnr , <iwoo vun t. "    Orders for ma  to  ���������wn  LTsn-l VICTORIA CHRONICLE."    Orders for mail-  WILISOI&EIL  OF F E E    RO ASTERS  ���������" And Dealers in ���������  GROCERIES,  PROVISIONS, Etc.,  Fori Street, Victoria, V. I.  . Mayl, 1SSS. > '' ���������   -��������� __y  6m  WELLS; FARG-0 & GO.,  New York, C������liforr.ia, and Europc.in Express,  And Exchange Company. Capital $10,000,000. For-  ward'Letters, Packagen and TreaiJure,' Io all parts of  tl 3 o- !?acidc <i ti ti AU'a'ij tic St ate*, .and -Etvr^po; Bills of  Exchhngc drawn on Sac Frngciseu, New York, Boston,  aud London, at current rites.  Ofnce���������Yates Street, Victoria, V. I.  May 1, 186S.  Sm  nios" do., $23 ;  May 1, 1S68.  HOTEL DE FRANCE,    ,  GOVEBNMKNT STREF.fi.VlCTOKIA, V. I.  THE RESTAURANT te" supplied with all trie  1 del'cacieij of lite peason^ and tlie sleeping accomodation !������ replete with every comfort. Tlie- best of  Wines, Liquors and Cigars.   ���������  ���������   -'. ^    -,  ' J. B1GNE & CO., Prop r to tor?.  ��������� MavLlSSS.    . 6T������  QUESNELMOUTH  BROWN & GILLIS, PsoFiuETOr;Si  Good Beds��������� Restaurant; Billiard TihU  ���������M������M-,w^-Bgf0r-?b^Vi^^  *c  LYTTON, B.C.  THE PUBLIC AKE   fepECTFl'T T v  jv^,  1    tlmt the above Hotel u���������^^^WW***  modation-ot  travellers.   Oneor-t^bt^?^*?*?'  country is retained at thU estKbllrtmi St a^\lh*  ^upplied wuh a choico a^rtn^?^^^,  T, N. HIBBEN & CO.,  WILL i*'0RWARD TROMITLY. AT MODKRATK TERMS,  ���������"Eaglish, American,  AAA .-..; '-���������.'..-    .: :.'. A...French. G-ennaa,....  And other NowspapeM nnd Periodical3/'  Srsscatrrro?.-.^, aduxnc Postage, fayarUi: in auvavc  May 1, 1S63.  . ������m  WATCEMAOR  .'���������-AND    JEWELLER,  CLUB BUILDING,  GovernTDcnt Street,      -.'   ���������     ���������'���������       Victoria, V. I.  ��������� . ;J������?w������Mry of every description made to order.  May l; 1868.    . 6m  C. T. M:ij.ard.  J. C. -Bksdy.  G .   S U T R O   & - C  Corner of Yates and Wharf Streets,    ���������   -���������������������������'��������������������������� 'VicT^r.;A',"'V: i";; ���������; " .'���������"���������  IMPORTERS OF CIGARS AND TOBACCO  M-yl.lSCS. *��������� _  PACIFIC   TE LEGE API   HOTEL,  STORE. STREKT,  Between HcraW and Fisguard, Victoria, V. L  VkdREW ASTBICO BT^PEgt^iytttriNTORifJ!*  ���������A. bis friends and tlie travellinif public, thai  tb e ts novo Hot ������i is the in os t co ;n m o<i x i ��������� tis a ii\n q'l wj u  hotel in-Victoria."' It is conducted ontlie F.nrbpi};in  principle, and the tableissupplicd with the very besi  the market a (fords.  ���������  May 1, 1S6S.   :     A 6ir.  to  H  sule cheap.  .ipyii 6tn  LiMTO  rates.   Hay antJ 0ft^  W. McVniA & CO.,   ;  Pn.prietois.  ar  "CJ  LOND O IT  GOVERNMENT STREET, VICTORIA.  USE  WHOLESALE   AND   RETAIL  Thanks, honest frieod-  -I take the glove,  .-That taunt may: yet ray honor save,.-  '��������� -������������������;        . > And raise my waning fame;  ���������-.., And e?er I bid-, the world'adieu,  - ���������:: That scroll reserved.for poet's true  yet contain my name.  speed,  Then come, my old neglected steed,  A   We'll to the "Mount;) with wonted  .:>-.   .  ... Again the musd implore.  ;'.���������;-; Perhaps in this, the last appeal,  :.  The jade.may grant her bard to feel  The passion as of yore.  Come on I ye "churlish critic crew!  '. I feel my brain inspired anew  Nor fettered by restraint,  pen, yclept a veno.med dart,  wr.tongue, that speaks without a heart,  ..:. In colors true I'll paint!  'Tis well in mother nature's plan,  So varied is-the mind'of man,   ���������  " la different channels Sow;  The'broad domains of mora! worth,  Need bo a v e nge rs. as wel! as ear th,  Or stagnant would they grow.  The buzzard o-er the landscape flies,  Nought beautiful attracts his eyes,  Or cheers his na-al ������ense,  But when a putrid thing is found,  As carrion, lying* on the ground,  ��������� He bears tt quickly hence. v  So buzzards of a different kind,  Who claim a literary mind.  r...���������-    Aid would the critic play; ���������: .  ;Ori noughtrbtit garbage can they feed,-  ���������No wholeso me food attracts their greed,   ���������  .  Or cravings ean allay.  When siich their shallow witK employ  As scavenger, to me annoy.  ;; :. And fain would be Valine.  Their spleen cannot my anger raise,  Their censure I esteem as praise,  And deem it panygertc.  ������������������'"^S< '' ACQX.  ; Importers and Dealers in  Q-eh er al M e r c li a n d i s e  ���������     Wharf street, Victoria. B.C: ,  W -AGENTS   FOPv  MERCHANTS^ LINE   PACKETS   FROM  : ��������� Je8:6m ���������      SATT--FRANCISCO.      A     " '   ''  ' .<'  MERCHANT TAILOR  ...YATES STREET,    .;      ;  Third door below Government Street, Victoria, V. I,  . Has cb ban<'������. nnd Is constamly receiving a large  assortment of Cloths, Cassimskks avd Vkstinx's.  winch be ia prepared to make to order in the most  approved styles  All onler> from Cariboo promptly attended to.  May i; 1863. " ��������� 6m  JESSE   fUCOWPEFv,  ��������� DEALER  IN ��������� '  oofs m  No. 23 YATES STREET, VICTORIA,  (Opposite Wells, Fargo h Co'i.)  ^  C  lfirj.1  IS  J. H."TURNER &:CO.";  piroKTKRs or  .Bngliflb & French Silks. Shawls, Dresses, Un  .. derclothing, Gloves, fintl every description* of .  "-���������;���������'-.      : Dr-pery Goo������?s.��������� -���������  .Receive regular siipplicf/by' Express via Panama and  by P:������ilins vcpspIj? via Cape Horn.  "tiffii<lTTic'aiar"nttentifiii Given to all orders,  London Firm���������J. P. Tu.vsta.m. k Co. ���������  ESTABLISHED 1S58.       ',  May 1. 1S63. . . 6m  G-RELLEY& FITERRE,  WHARF .STREET, VICTORIA,  SPORTEES AID WHOLESALE.:  ��������� Dealers In ���������  Fine English, French & American Liquors,  ���������Champague, Claret and Brandies.  i LARGE STOCK OF BONDED "VVTNT.S AND  iX Rraiiuies alWiiys on (i.ind. T> dealers purcha.������:n^  in l.irt?s qu^ntitli*, a liberal i:ii?count will b-,- made for  CA^H'.   All OTfiers wi: I r;c'ei ve pn>mpt c. i ten I ion.  Sf.   IjAUKEXT k   I.AMU'liT  ���������    ,   ���������������������������, Agents, C.-m re vi I.e.  Mnvl. 1868.  Clinton City,:'  BRiTISH    COLUMBIA.  npHE eusscniBERs;- for maky; YrARS WA  1  prietorsof the Twentv.Vin,. \u\n ������....*.    V, ruP'  scell-nf Hccommodriiiuu to the   trav.-Hin" ���������-i-P.  iie table will at all.times be wdlFiipulied and in' &  :jr will he.found tho cl.blceVt iiqucrs *  Ample stablipg for animals, and Hie best of fc<H  instantly, ou hand. ��������� ���������.^-ic������a  "ley reppectlully invite a call from their old cu������n  8, a������ well as the. travelling public een railv  linton, lh U., May 1,1868 . J. SMITH WCO  Tb  id ers  Cl  GREAT REDUCTION!  McLEESE & SEKAY,  PnOPRIETOKS,   '  p.EG TO BKTCRK THANKS TO THEIR PATR0VS  IX for the past, and in order to suit the time* tbey  have reduced the,<?cale;of prices, viz.:   ' *  -   Mcsl's, $1 00 ; Beds,'75 cents ; Board and lidfine  per day, $:t 50 ; Boar J and Lodging, per week, ������15 QO.  -Having recoili!y made large additions to tbe \,u-  nnves so as to pjvo. first-class accommodution iti iha  eating and .sleeping departments, thev h������p������ to merit  an extended support iu. tho future. Private roonw for  fwmilies..  Ai the Bar will always be fruDd the choicest brands  qf'WihvP, Liquors aud Cigars.  Tin? Stable is clean, u\tended bv a good hostler;;and  supplied, with tbe begl provender of the counir>*.  ..May 1, 1868. Ca  am  SODA CREEK, B. C.  :iT  ttmE  UKDERSIGXKD, . PROPRIETORS  o'rn  1  ay  Always on hand���������Calf, Kip, Shoe Finding, etc.. etc.  May;i;,i80S-. f.to  E  FORT    STREET,     VICTORIA  A. McLEAN & Co.,  Genkrai, Outfitter's,  TMP0RT CLOTHING OF ALL KI 1)3 ; also BOOTS  1 and -SHOES, dir-*t from the best Fn^lish and  ���������Scotch markets Sell retail at wholesale pric?? for  CASH. All orders sent through Barnard's Express,  prompt ly .it ten led to.  M:iyl;lS68.  ���������rf  6m  BAILEY'S  PRIVATE   BOARDING   HOUSE,  Fort Street, Virt'iria, between Douclas and  11 road Streots.  ' '���������'.  "WAKTED  N" P BAILfCY DKCrH TO 1NTIMATE TO THE  x ���������?,.' l) pui.dic that, he has purclsn.sed the  Nilrfjffif and furniturr������, as lately occupied' bv Mrs  H.^al, which he lias entirely r<:fJM.o da t ar-yit cost- nil'  the premises will ��������� now ho found r-ptkf! with evrv  conv.-ni-?nco forth'" comfort of fimilies and ladies and  genii-"mm.   49* T \*r'mi. moderate.  NB���������In addition to the above, K O. Bailev njco  coDtinn;*s to carry on the Hoto aud Boarding llous"  on L>nghy street. . '  Sfny LlBfiS 0m  TA^L'DEFEA5!Of  Barkervitxi:, W. C,  jraciiYER & mm mmmmm  STATJRAWT,  ^st Wiiif'6 and  'Kn  am,  street, Victoria,  Offer for sale, at low rates :  CRIMEAN SKIRTS, with Collars, superior  quality.  OREGON Flannel Undershirts and Drawers.  ENGLISH      "  Fine Lambswool Undershirts and Drawers.  HEAVY DUCK PANTS.  Blue Denim Jumpers and Overalls.  Canvass Jumpers.  Hand-knit Aberdeen and Oreffon Socks.  English Merino and Lambswool       "  Best Scotch Tweed Pants.  Ti EAVY MOLESKIN & CORDUROY PANTS.  OiiKGON and CALIFORNIA Tweed     **  Grey Drilling and Grey Calicos.  White Lonfr Cloth, yard wide, all qualifien.  DRESS GOODS, MANTLES. SHAWLS. &e.  Ladies' Trimmed Hats, assorted styles, <tc.  ���������ALSO"FOR SALE,---  BEST ENGLISH GV^ ROOTS.  FRENCH CALK and KIP SKINS  COLORED ROANS.  BARBOUR'S SHOE THREAD  CROSSE & BLACKWELI/S Oilmen's Stores.  J3AR IRON.  CANADA. PLATE,  SEWING TWINES, Rope, &c.  BLANKETS, ii to 4 point.  PUNVILLE'S OLD IRISH WHISKY, in  case.  " PRICE'S������  BELMONT  SPERM  CANDLES, in 20 lb, boxer.  WbirfulT^t. -VhvUviV v r     . ; ���������.  or-H  X. above well known and popnlar esiahllshm"n:l bi!g  to inform their numerous trivnds and the public Kwl-  rslly, that they are now pn'p.irod toaffcM cvi-rv������'c-  comnHidiitioh to the travtdlin.e; communhy, at-.iai  most, reasonable rato of charges. Good clean, airy  b-edrcha iii hers; ^ '  Tlie B.irisj gtov'kpd with tho very beat hrnntis of  W S a es, fpi ri t s an d Ciga r>-.  TheTahle i'ppnppliod with all the substantial? and  luxuries the country affords and meals nro served it  ah Isours.  ThVj ^cables ar������ spacious, comfortable?, and atttnded  by tirM.-class besth r*. una a consiant supply ol 1L0  best provender of all kinds.  in-short, <*very coriveuienco and facilit)* con'uei^c  10 the coajfort of. man and beast, will he found.-and  tliepr>prietors will ap>tre. no efiort in erd������V to give cs������  tiro satisfaction to all who may p.itnaitse their cstab-  lirihmont. a S. BATES k CO.  Sw.ia Creek. B.C., If arch 19, 1868. invlSm  Cariboo Literary Institute  J.   8.-THOMPSON,   PREfllPKNT.  JAMES ANDERSON, Vick-Pudstdb*?.  H. S.  BLUNT,  JOSEPH Ci.KARTHUE,  JOHN MacI.AKEN,  Directors.  T������HT.S INSTITUTION IS VOW OPEN AT HARKKR-  I ville, where it is tunv fitted up with .'��������� view to the  comfort an '. convni nc-% of the pcopl" of Cariboo-  The R-a-Jing lUimn will bo found suppli������:d with tl-.o  latest En<;!i.4h,.Vc"t:.i.������:h, Cinadlan, American aa"l Co-  lonlil P.������p'������r.i* an ; Miirizin .������.  Terms of Subscription���������55 p<T Quarter, or $2 p<*r  M'tnth. .Sin^l" volumes lo;������u."I to non-subHcriUerH at  50 cents p: r volume, wjih $1 d������*p"Pit.  P. fjons n<.tKUh?cribi*r?, visiting the Ijc-it'inc W  and making u:>e b! the Bonks a a. I P.tp*.r.-;, 50 Ci-nW M  CdCh VlFlt _.,  The Room will be op-n from TEN, A. it., tnl Tfc.>,  P. M. JOHN UQWRON,  ��������� ���������    _ .        Uhnnnn.^  N IJ -A line assortment of Books and Siatirm -ry ia  always kept for yale.  In  the Supreme Court of Civil Justice of  British Col.uiribia.  8m  ���������y   NOTICE..  .   In the matter, of; the Estate and Effects of , .  MRS THOMAS JONES, deceased,.intestate ;  RO.-8 ER E f)W AR I)S, "...".  ' WrLMAM TRFvVICNA,      '." ���������A- I       "  HIC.NRy.AU.ES tl u .  All persons who arc indebted to any of theyVW  estates are r--qnired to pay "the amounts oui, (������  with ; and all persons who have any;clnnnb ������*������ -  any of tho abuve-estates are required-to send u)ti  on or before the nth day of September, 18W.  . '. CHAS. E. POOLEY,  Official Administrator.  Richfield. 33d Jua������, 1808.  >\  ft ;'i  SJ

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