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 Vol, 4;  Ba:  EUROPEAN ITEMS.  ^>'M:pil  lAhU^A-AA  .'Cj->4-ft--.-.-.  kerville, Williams Creek, B, jO, Monday, July;29, ;1867;  AMA  -l\f*\w.  :iOiioiis  lescrip.  Ms  E  J)1ZE'  1-s  ro gp  for tho  rcwiri  'AILS, T.  all ilia ���������"���������  t'ccobij-  htst cr ���������  stor* .  :;  VAt this moment there is in the Medfe ran-.  ���������eah'waters; no fewer/.than /nine flees-Une.  /English, the French, the Italian, the Rjjssiany  /the Austrian, the American, theSpanShJ the  Turkish, and finally; th6 Prussian,-w^ich is  just aiinotineed as having destined "Niplei-as  ;; its first station. . |  .; Baron Liebig, the celebrated chcra'st, was  invited to a family dinner at the Tiilertes.  ,   ,;The Emperor, who takes great interestjn the  .; labbrsibf this distinguished savant,.corf erfied  A with him a long time, and congratulate him  on his recent discoveries. ;!  pA/iCutis ar"e now generally worn, but vitbout  ; -any; formal regularity in their arrangement.  , If there are two curls on one side of thfjbead*,  .-,, for example, there is only one on the other.'  ^^in glets a rejal so worn/ coming from bjeteath  :/theF chignoni arid hanging down' the bade,  ���������A v;;.The park of the Champ de Mars now] contains'ten equestrian statues of so.yeieigns,  ;amorigst which are those ,bf,Charlenmgne,  ;;J^hillippe Augustus, Leopold I., King of the  /Belgians, King-of Prussia, the Emperor of  '/Austria, and the King of Bavaria.    ;������������������������������������'. j-;  :.. The washerwomen of Ro'ueaJhave-jtruck  J:work, to " better themselves."   They get If.  A 25b.; (Is.) and a glass of brandy (la goiltte)  /.per, day.   Thoy want 2f.s a glass bf brandy, a  ��������� ypup of coffee, and insist, that no other starch  /be used in their laundries but such as they  ; prefer,A  Eggs; are sold in the market of Paris in bas-  ; kets which ought to contain 1040 goodvalu-  ���������: ablebggs. These are counted, at the wish of  ���������; Vhe buyer, by the official agent, who verifies  , the dechet, or loss ; also the size, by passing  ^^e^^rpngh^a'Tin^.::^ ;  V:^'^Tiie;Mpiint Cerils tunnel is more than.half  y j^mplsted.    The entire length o^the tunnel  Will be seven miles, 1257 yards, and the distance pqmpleled at the close of March, 1867,  was four miles 345 yards.  NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.  Pi;SHI;p:N S^I,G ON,  ;  vv BARKERVILLE,.'   .  ILL! AM S   CREEK.  THE PROPRIfrTCmS BEG LEAVE TO ANNOUNCE  to the pub lie. that they have enlarged, refurnished,  nnd thoroftfihly renovated their capacious'and fasb-  lonahle saloon, sparing neither pams nor. expense for  the comfort of their Patrons. '     w  . This is now tlie largest and most complete Saloon in  British Columbia ; consisting 'of three large separate  apartments, viz.: CARD ROOM, BAR ROOM, and  BILLIARD SALOON, containing three superb BILLIARD TABLES.  The best LIQUORS'and CIGARS obtainable, are.  served here. This establishment is under the imm'e-'  diate superintendence of the Proprietors.  ADLER & BARRY.  .   June 6th, 1867. ������������������" 4m ".  S t e e tS'^vRgfa t a u *r a n t7  ': RICHFIELD.  '  STEELE BEGS TO INFORM HIS OLD FRIENDS  ������ and Patrons, that ho has opened his OLD STAND,  where he'will be glad to see (hem. - .  .jgSTMKALSAT. ALL HoPItS .?$&  JunelOtb, 1S67. lis  .SE MOtfTTET W: Co.,,  RICHFIELD,    ;-'  WHOLESALE   &  RETAIL   MERCHANTS.  ALWAYS ON HAND, CALIFORNIA AND ISTHMUS  Butter, at $1 25 per lb.  .Sole Agents for Girod & Guichon, Quesnelmouth. ... .  June l'Oth, 1867. li?   i  PARIS   AND   LONDON   HOTEL  AND RESTAURANT,  ��������� RICHFIELD.  .IQUOR.  ; Stem!  ct, Vie-  Is  Rovai  1-5  iCBAXT,  is the  Es lat  in n-  ml t������o  FKEXCI:  n Fens,  i'S raft''*  ., Rehs-  1-s  i.F.ns is  ������., 3 K.  s  fT.%; U:  Ictori.*'?.  Alliums  .   l-s ���������  'm  I   1*.  jrma'l*.  )OVC t0  Austra*  will b*  L2mos.������  tw, &  i  MA  ^������  1  m  Wm  m  p  1  pM  j  pounds  toria.  i  m  1  SaC^ll known a6 Ariieridiir^ gfeMied at.the  town of St. Dennis, in the island of Mairltius,  jaged 26 years, leaving a w ife and child.  The butchers of Hereford are getting ten  pence a pound for meat, and yet they offer to  supply the city gaol at five pence a pound.  Either the citizens pay dearly, of the prisoners will fare badly.  Hi's Royal Highness the Pririce of Wales  flineel with the 10th hussars on the 25th ult.,  wheri the annual regimental dinner took  place at Willis' rooms, King street, St. James,  London.  The death of rear-admiral LeGourantde  Tromelin is announced. He was born at  Gourln, (Morbihan,) in I78G, and was one of  the last relic's of the battle of Trafalgar. .  ,V The cultivation of Carolina rice is about to  be commenced in India. Some experiments  of its growth In Bengal have proved highly  successful.  A man unknown threw himself out of a  train in the Clayton tunnel of the Brighton  railway.   He was ihstaatiy cut to.pieces.  The death is announced of the Rev. John  Burder, whd was the oldest non-conforming  tliyino iii Bristol, and one of the oldest in  England.  A new drama, by Charles A. Reade, Esq.,  founded on Alfred Tennyson's poem of " Po-  ra,J; is to be produced immediately at the  AdelphiTheatre/f'.    - *; ; "������������������ /'i/AAxy' '  ;# ,  Landslips are continually talcing; jlaceIn  the neighborhood of Lyme Regis, in Dorsetshire, owing to the encroachments of the sea.  The cold easterly winds which have prevailed lately, have done considerable damage  to the cherry and pear crop in: the south of  England: '���������'- '  An ebony cabinet, inlaid with ivory, and  intended for-a ladies' boudoir, is exhibited in  the Paris exhibition.   Its price is ������2,000.  The population of St. Petersburg was, according to the last census, 540,000, one half  tit- whom are able to read.      ;.   ���������     .  It is calculated that if pure milk was sold  in London, 15,000 additional cows would he  needed for the supply;   - ..,;  The project of holding a grahd. review-of  all the volunteers of the niidlahd counties has  been abandoned. *:- ',  The average price of wheat for England  and Wales, is higher than at any time since  the Crimean war/���������  Goporal punishment, for naval cadets, has  been revived on board the training ship Britannia. ��������� ���������  Mr. Jolin Gott, of Annley House, Yorkshire  who died recently, worth ������350,000, has  fcomo splendid legacies.  The undersigned have rcfltted tbis well known house  whicn is now open, for the accomodation of the  public' -,-.-  rioof.%     Tuo&*TW*H bc supplied -with the oest brands of  S^gg: &tiXV^j^VJt^^ :-- - ��������� -  - -  jS^ Meals and;Beds furnished at all hours.  Richfield, 1st May, 1867.  G. FONTAINE.  FELIX POUCHOT,"  Troprictors.  KEW AbVERTISEMENTS..  yAys   THE"OARlBOd SENTlSEL??-t-.���������>'���������-';���������:  JOB PRINTI^^  DFFfCE.  npHS STOCK,-OF. 1?HiS OFFICE HAV1KG BKEK  L'<cmisirterahly augmented by the, recent importation  of a variety or new Ornamental Type, peculiarly suited  lor   'AAAA a i  ;.���������;';       ';   . :;-..'- *v' ���������   "-'    .r'Ar  ' Posters, Circulars, Cards,.  - A   Billheads, Frogtfariimes for  ':'..-.-. .Bails,Concerts, and *'-"'..*.- ���������'',���������'  ��������� .";-. . ,���������.Theatrical.Entertainments:-  ���������  Orders for any. description of Job Work will'be oxe-  cuted with neatness an cl despatch. '  '    ������������������<������������������.*������������������  )���������'���������     ���������>.' 4^=* .Terms moderate.'"^|l" .  A. McPherson,  IVJ  AND  AT E.; H 0 DGEN ^; 6L D   STAND;  :;B^crville,iist,Mny,^l667;-;ill-A V? !:  /ZyA p.y .F.::V|LEE,;::;.'-;''  AND,  ^MINING. ������������������������������������ AG..ENT.  Oeods sold-on. Commission.  SAiisROOif, Barkervillei-.:-';. .  ;Office,   Richfield:���������  &-s-  ptel'\de;^.r;ang-e.  ���������i'.  'i"rLECUYER- &'. tEBRUN, ProVrietors,  :\-RE READV TO ACCOMMODATE "E^ERY ONE IN  Aitheabove Establishment.';^ - AAa   ���������������?  A'AZi-A   GOOD FARE AND GOOD>BEDS.l   ���������     .;    :'5  Birkerville; '27th..May, 1867.  U  W. Winnard,  BLACKSMITH,  BARKERVILLE.  REMOVAL.  ' -||ig^ /A  HAVING , TAKE>J AN OFFICE : IK; RICHFIELD,  Williams Creek, is prepared, to. execute Surveys,  Plans, Levels, Sections, &c., kc.\ committed to his  charge,:with care,  despatch, and on REASONABLE  TERMS."      .' . :   '���������.'-���������-'���������  3 {&?- Office, centre of Richfield; '*e������@L--#  Cariboo Literary Institute  J. S. THOMPSON, PitEsroBXT.  JAMES ANDERSON, Vice-Presides*.  C.  STKOUSS,  DEALER IN  ETC., ETC.,  BARKERVILLE.  . Has removed io his NEW STORE,  opposite  OCCI-  DENTAL  HOTEt. ^ 13  BIJIE   BROS.,  DEALERS IN  -CIGARS* ..LIQUORS,  Clothing and Hardw&re,  BARKERVIIiLE;  'June 27,1867.'  JOHN MacLAREN, -. "  JOSEPH CLEARIHUE,  JOSEPH PARK.  Directors.  TTo. 25.  :'i!B#|ii)V-ERTlSEMENTS.  " TS^T@fiKooo  Sentinel,'  . -.     lX;~P :iV������R������*������?v -V:   - ���������' ' A -'/.'.   ���������'.'- p 'p.-  .���������  ' ::;-;s'Ek^^EK:Ly;.rpA^Eii;y .  PtitiSHED-^^RT' Monday   and :.ThuRfitoAtC  'Ap[ :l/ytti^^ 'A  dp^CE^BARKERVltLE' WiurXiis" Creek, CABtW������.  . ...������������������'��������� ���������'-.- ���������:.--. AtikA������. ':-y-. ���������;-.;.,.--.   a  y  ; SubsqBpti6nt $ 1 per AVoek.'  (including costf^gj delivery,-) ���������Piiyabie to tlie Carrier.  I  iy*'  '���������;- A^AAAp-^^^pyihi^l AA\ ' ;���������:,  : \' Have';3us^re^iS;ed a-choice selectiott'.of "* . '  tA^Ti^N)eooK  SHEET- IRONi  TIN.PLA^-E'ANI)  ���������������������������-��������� ���������.���������.'���������-;���������"'���������'���������'.':������������������?!''''������������������'?'"-'���������' ������������������'' ���������        ' ��������� ���������  with various otbsr articles in their line of. tirade.  :%���������������������������'&  '-. JCS" All Jobhihg.^thu Tio, Sheet Iron,.; Copper an*  Zinc trade atteniiedio- aiid warraniud to give satisfac^  tion. ��������� ���������   i.s.swi&Azwsy:- -   '-.    "���������.-. ..-;-  -        -1 .  E-UP-JAKE     -  ZAhrr AND  MX*  ':  a/' ;-r;v;::;;r^BAREERVILI,E,'''    ' ' :' / :; ������������������  ^PiTORM^l^P^ON, PR0PRIET0B3.  A, house foVVilieJ'^soh':; the proprietors wish to.: i%  form"'t'h'eir-Crieatis-jynd'the.;public genfjrally, that they  will spare Ao;^airir, hi order' to; merit' the; patronage of  ail .w.lip;giv������iw&*^Jtaii;::'-*';''(- P-wj::A/pyyyl.  '. ii A lyAAAAlA/M^is-ai; all' -hour's.^ As A A ������������������ I >���������������������  ^2l^i^^^^:*ife  AccoTintaiit,  .��������� AND-  COMMISSION  BARKERVILLE,  Office.���������CJrposiTE N. Cunio's Brewery.  June 17,1867. ���������  Collector,  riiHIS INSTITUTION IS NOW OPEN AT BARKER-  A ville, where it is now fitted up' with a view to the  comfort and convenience of the people of Cariboo.  ThelRoading Room will be found supplied with tho  latest English, Scottish, Canadian, American aiid Colonial Papers.and Magazines.  Terms of Subscription���������$5 per Quarter, or $2 per  Month. Single, volumes loaned to non-subscribers at  50 cents per volume, with $1 deposit. ���������./���������  V  Persons not subscribers, visiting tho Reading Room,  and making use of the Books and Papers, 25 cents for  each visit. . ���������:.-���������'  The Room wiil be open from TEN, A. M., till TEN,  P.M. .   JOHN BOWRON, -.  ������������������*  Secretary and 'Librarian. a  N.'B ���������A fine assortment of Books and Stationery is  always kept for sale. 13-s  3  BRITISH COLUMBIA     ��������� - .  VIpTORIA  EXPRESS,  Connecting at Victoria with WELLS;- FAR^O & CO.;-  for California. Oregon, ��������� the Atlantic States  .   .:    and Europe. .  AND AT YALE AND LiLLOOET WITH BARNARD'*  CARIBOO EXPRESS,  For Big Bend, Cariboo arid the Northern Mines,  Conveying Treasure. Valuables, Letters, Packages and  Parcels. ..     . 1-s .  T.1NI, HIBBElSi & eo,  WILL    FORWARD    PROMPTLY,    AT    MODERATE    TERMS^  English-,  American,  ' .   . .���������   ���������-:       French,  G-ermari������  And other Newspapers and Periodicals;  SUBSCRIPTIONS, ADDING POSTAGE, rAYAULE tS ADVAXCtt  ;  15th May, 1867. ...... 4-3m ���������  QUESNELMOUTH ADVERTISEMENTS.  f  GE  13  AKES THIS METHOD OF INFORMING HIS  friends and the public: generally, that he has enlarged and fitted up his SHAVING SALOON, in a superior manner, having secured the services of an efficient  assistant, he is; now prepared to operate in a  satisfactory manlier In all branches of the TONSORIAL  He* also begs to call the attention of tho ladies to his  fine selection of Perfumery, which he is constantly in  receipt of, from Langley & Co., Victoria, viz., Pomades,  Powders, Oils, Combs, Brushes, and other articles for  the Toilet. - *  . He also calls attention to his unrivalled Hair Restorative, guaranteeing to stop hair from falling out, in  one week, nnd in reasonable time restoring Hair to its  former state and color., ,     ��������� ' W !���������.    '"..'���������  ��������� Also Gentlemen's furnishing Goods ; finest assortment of Shirts, Underclothes, Necfc Ties, Scarfs, etc.  afth'H������y,18*T, ,   e  BARNARD'S STAGES, WILL LEAVE YALE  EVERY  '���������;,  MONO AY, '".t  With H. M. Mails, Express and Passengers, for  Lytton, Clinton, Soda Creek, ��������� Qupsnelle and Barkerville, with brauches to Savana's Ferry and Lillooct,  Barnard's Express carries Letters, Treasure,. Valuables, and Express Freight to Big Bend,'Cariboo  and way.stations. ������   ���������;  OTICE;  PARE TO SOiDA CREEK,  FARE TO BARKERVILLE,   -  (Exclusive of Steamer's fare.)  $60  $85  i-s';'  THE UNDERSIGNED.have commenced in the.: above  business next door to MundorlPs stables, Barker  ville, and solicit a share of public patronage.  IRON   STOVES  ;������������������'  *2ZE .  will run as ^iidwst    './W':  ��������� IifiAVES   QUESNELMpUtii p$"  Tlixtrsdays aM: Suiidayij  AS six o'clock, a: m.,  LEAVES  ^dDA  CBEE^:  ON .".���������."  Tuesdays. ;;������iia^,Fyi;d5y^  AT FOUR O'CLOCK, A  Quesnelmouth,. May 2nd, 1S67*. .  M.  Always on band.  H*ew Work and  Done at reasonable rates.  ���������j^T Our Teams run regularly between Yale; and  Cariboo and all orders in our Hue of business carefully  attended to<  1-a E. PEARSON & BROS.  ���������'���������:-' - OTESNEUrOUTH,; AAA  BROTra & GILlilS,;PRdriiiETORg.   ;"  Good Beds.--,- Restaiiiranfc; Bimarcl:Tal3l^ &S  ...:.;; '-StJiHlingfor Horses, Hay and OatSi . y-B  IIAL:  QUESNELMOtTTH,  0 i  ; L.-JOHNSON, PR6mEto^f  ���������' ��������������������������� '-*v'-v &*M  &als :|t all;hours,- and Cooking: of itikM  "'��������������������������� !';::;t<      ... ' ' description.*       :;"  *wi������nu������BiljB4uiu>*������s?a=a!^^Kgi^?aaa8aS^  TOJOMWniWTpM  m AS  /  aaaaiittatoffiasiiafa  THE CMIpfrSMTINEL  --������������������ - ��������� ���������- ��������� . ���������\.  a���������.. : ������-  MONDAiY^JUt/f 29, lSfi7.: Z  OUR AVAIlMBL&MDflES.  , Last year, we urged^thrbugh these columns  the propriety of making continuous trails be-  .  tween this section and the��������� Coinmbia,and: took  :. occasion. to\ point. 'ou t |tb e ad vantages; tb at  would be secured to thetCpuntry, in'enabling  m ihers > to tra ve I. cheaply pn d = expedi ti oitsly  from camp to camp,; instead of-remaining  in one section.-,;;and whilst so traversing, they  , would be induced tolr prospect the intermet  , diate country, so that j thb whole, of our gold- j  -bearing surface -would be-tested;; and the men  retained im. the ��������� country.'4. By confining the  travel to  the, wagodYroad, the terminus of  whichoisi on this.creek, their, attention is re-,  stricted to a comparatively! small scope of  country.   Late.. prospectors have fully convinced us of the correctness of our views, in  ; this respecty. and.theyKclearly show that. we  have absolutely shut put. from view all but  an infinitessimal' portion "of 6url: mines.   In  the fall of 1800, '-when 'the-first of the Cariboo  discoveries; were made^ne Gountry was entered by the Forks of Quesnel j the richness  and continuity of the prospects found, gave  available. Happily we can show that all  that is requisite can be attained without the  aid of government, and being assured by recent advices, that a large influx of population is imminent, it would be accomplishing a  double achievement to avail ourselves of the.  opportunity. JVe should be opening a large  section of country where population is . sure  to.be permanently located, from the large surface of agricultural and pasture land to be  found there, to say. nothing of the.mining  NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.  rise^to^th^^bndorfnl^to^-that- w^e-spread- ���������?&&** and..alLaw. Jimutne. ..p  all pyer^the; world��������� iri 'relation to this colony. ?n2 a small toll.   By thi3  y Cunningham,' Harveys,]>Four ; .Mile, "Chots,  - Keithleys, Big and Littt^Showshoe. and Antler creeks; and Swift riper,, were rapidly tra-  ��������� versed.- Some went by way of Spanish creek,  Gold ��������� creek, D iick and > Bif d creeks, fo libwing  the main "branch of thi e): Quesnel river. On  all, or most of these creeks, gold was found,  but there seemed to be aK Idea prevalent;that  tlie higher up.they;wept,= the more concentrated .would be; foiindi the precious metali  Antler paid   handsomely, but, the  restless  ;   spirits that led the van, could not content  themselves with.such results, and pushing on  and on,^Williams, Grousejand Lpwh.ee creeks  were;, discovered.   It," would seem that "on  Williams; and Lowhee^tfe leading explorers  ; were stopped ; their- labors being rewarded  ��������� with very rich; claims:'fTbe  Jesser   spirits  "grouped themselvesi;.aropnd  their leaders ;  hence the wagon road bating been completed  A to this creek, the .cbuntryi^hrough^whicif the  miners' originally reachedtttis section, to: the  soiith-east, was.',entirely neglected ".;'" and itVis  ; only when Williams creekMd; the immediate  : vicinity, begins to show s||as orexhaustio'nV  that miners recall the fact, ofjthe; rich; country  ; through^ which i tbey;had,,%aveiled\ to reach  this point,:and now apmmences the retrograde  movement." It is./ery-remarkable,, looking  back over the.years\ot labor and privation  experienced byy(hese hardy, .sons\of. toil, in  ���������.this inhospitable region, that the fertile valleys containing thousands-. of' acre's of rich  pasturage,.and the beautiful lakes abounding  in fish, with/a climate much milder, than this,  -where work, on the mines, can.be prosecuted  fully two months longer than here, and only  forty or fifty miles distant, had never attracted their attention; There can be no doubt  that the change of route from the Forks to  Quesnelmouth, had a great, deal to do with  the oversight, exclusive of the fact that those  who were best acquainted with the vicinity of  Keithleys and the Forks, had left the country,  or were interested in this section to the extent  of their means.   However this may be, the    .        . ,   ,, . , . . ,  truth begins to dawn upon; the minds of-our-F,1^ b7 the Selkirk range, which reaches  and: enable the government to meet its obligations for. the outlay expended, when this  district was the only one in view. VWe learn  tha.t..the country,being extremely favorable  for packanimals, a wagon road would not be  .necessary at present; that, good trails now.  exist over, the greater part of the route, but  that a distance/of fifteen or twenty miles requires to be cut,in order to .complete the  trail as far as would^meet all present requirements.   Mr. Barry, the proprietor of the two  bridges over the South and North Fork of  ^Quesnel, is prepared to undertake the completion of .the trail as above mentioned, and  to keep, it in repair, if the government will  remit the $500 per annum, paid'. by that gentleman to government,.for the period of five  nU.allaw JiittL.th e. ..p ri vilege :o������r 4mpo s*.  arrangement, the  important and valuable section, above described, would be thrown open to^miners and  agriculturists.. A, Tbe distance saved in pro-  curio g supplies from below, with the trail  cpmpieted, as before' mentioned, compared  with coming .'through Williams creek/would  be fully one hundred and fifty miles ; a very  important consideration, looking at the differ-^  ence in freight alone.' Mr. Barry has invested  about $16,000 in building his bridges, no  doubt with a view to his own immediate advantage, but  if the route is   utilized,  Mr.  Barry's investment would be of incalculable  benefit to the public, at; the same time producing a rich reward tb himself.   The completion ofthe trail would therefore be; of considerable advantage to Mr. Barry, with the  farming of the tolls (which the government  would of course limit to five years,) but the  public, particularly pedestrians, would willingly submit fo  any reasonable infliction of  the kind, in consideration bf the shorter extent of travel.. Miners on the approach of  winter, would go down that way, as mining  operations can be continued for fully aI month  later .than here. jThiis the country w^uld be  tested. and the Qiiestiel river, where gold is  found," would be worked (as numerous rivers  are in California)  the fall, being all that  could be desired f������r suca undertakings as  flumes, wing-dams, etc. But probably, the  most important feature iri the affair would be  the connection of this district, through the  gold bearing, or auriferous belt of country  lying between here' and the Columbia, towards which our mining explorations must  sooner or later tend. We are assured by  those who are well acquainted with the country, that the mountains between the north  and south fork lakes, are in the very centre of  the belt before alluded to. They extend in a  due southerly direction through the Horsefly  'country, until they join the Clear Water river,  about one hundred and forty miles, .thence  south-easterly .to the Columbia ; the continuation being formed at the  ether side of that  In tbe Supreme Court of Civil' Justice d  British Columbia: ....     A:  f'^Tl a, "~~~-.- ���������;- "'".    I  l^Jiln the matter of the1 Companies' Act. 18621  tho Companies* Ordinance, 1866; and ol thi  Artesian Gold Mining.Company, Uinited,   j  THE Creditors of lhe above "named Company are re,  quired, on or before thel9th dayof August; A.D.;  1S67, to send their.names and addresses, and the pan  ticillars of their debts or claims, "arid  the names and  from tho said official liquidator* are ,by,their solicitors  to come in and prove tlieir said debts or Claims, at'the.  Chambers of the Judge of the Supferne Court of Civil  Justice of British Columbia; atsucli1.timeand. place as  shall be specified in such riotlco ; or In default thereof,  they will bo excluded from the benefit of any distribution made before such debts afo pfoved. .Tuesday,  thoTwenty.Seventh day of August, A D.1807, at Eleven  o'clock in the Forenoon, atf.Chambers,'Richtleld, B.  C., is appointed lot hearing and adjudicating upon the  debts and claims. ' CHAS. Ev POOLEY,.  '.-    /Acting Rcglsthir, S. C  Dated this 18th day, of July, 180?. W ������������������ :  s -;������������������ ;���������;;. to let, ":  RS.   TRACEY'S * BOAIaDaNC/HOUSK,   GROUSE  Creek, now, doing a good; business.' the Qxtures  will bo sold cheap, if applied for immediately.  ,: Julyll,1867. ,. ..... ��������� ,,Al-p- Ay.  ^ln" connection-with" the above,^the undersigned  hereby requests thataJI accounts against him bo sent  in on or beforo the TWJ5U-THvAugust next, and all  accounts due to him mu3t be paid oh or before the  same date.   '. :, 'p\    .JpHN TRACEY.  Grouse Creek, 1.0th July, 1867...'.'.  NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.  PPPENHEBIER & CO.,  W HO LESALE !  *��������� AND ���������  ERCHA  BARKERVILLE.  1-s  OLIVBES EXPRESS STAGE,  ��������� BETWEEN.^  ^icMpld S;tid Barkerville  FARE���������2$ CENTS A TRIP.  ruly l^th, 1867.-  2w  !  ������-ffi������R^S=  <^5a*^)  ������**  m>4  BARKERVILLE.  <&?&.<!&  <M  RICHFIEL  R. VICTOR LANGE BEOS- LKAVE TO   INFORM  the public that he has now opened a CONCERT  HALL, at Richfield, opposite the " London and Paris  Hotel.,,   Mrs, Lange will president the Piano every  evening, and will play some of tho best Operas* tbo  most popular Ballads, and every description of Dances.  None but the best brands of Liquors and Cigars  served at the Bar.  July 6th, 1867. W ' '    ���������        lm  rtjkE UNDERSIGNfci) HAVING COirPLETED ALT,  If'.ins arrahgemeht.9, will o|)cn his Brewery THIS  DiY, when ho will be happy to supply all who farnr  hm with a call, with a good article of ALE, cither In  bjk or iu bottlo.    . ���������      JAMES H. KEKR,  July 1st,-lSel. . '������������������';.:.   K p. i,n  I oak ~pij$(f &ov&%  TJPiPEll   feARKE^VILLE,;  HAS been opened for the cohvehiehco ofthe public,  where Goon MeAls can be oblainod at all hours;  AAhe culinury department is Under the direct survcil:  laico of tho Proprietress^ she trust* to be able to afford  ewry. satisfaction to those who may faVor hoi-with  tl:bir patroungc.  2dth June, 186?* lm  CARIBOO    EXCHAN&E  H OT EL,  T8 NOW OPEN FOR THE ACCOMODATION' OF  JL tbe mining community, and the public generally.  No expense has been spared to .render*-'the house all  that could be desired, lor. comfort and convenience.  Tho Bar is supplied with. a complete stock of Wi-vjs,  Liquors and ogabs.      .";*'��������� 'i.Ay^Awrfy-'-Ax :.-' x  l J63r Wkll Aired Beds 1j59l -  m������iy be had at a moderate charge.' -      :   iJ. ORD,  July 1,1867. lm ..   Proprietress.  San Francisco Store.  COMMISSION   MERCHANT,  miners that in the creeks passed over in 1860  . '61-?62, there is every probability that "placer  diggings exist, in which deposits may yet be  found that will rival the richest spot on Williams creek.   Cold and silver quartz, leads  are known to exist, to an extent that will, ere  . long, yield enormous fortunes to the locators  capable of turning them to account   Bald  Mountain will one day prove a perfect mine  of wealth ; excellent prospects can be obtained there, from tbe decayed quartz, pr casing of the lead, that seems to extend through  the entire mountain.   That this quartz lead  will have all the attention it deserves, there  can be no doubt, but tbe time has not yet arrived.   Htxon creek quartz must be firmly  established as a profitable investment, (of  which there appears now to be very little  doubt) and Bald, Mountain- will then reach  its true elevation,in public esteem.  -In the  meantime, we must give our attention to placer diggings.in order to keep pur miners prOr  fitably employed, and in doing so, we cannot  do better than remind our readers that many  of the small tributaries to the north arid south  forks of Quesnel are gold bearing, and having been passed over; in 1800-61. have never  been looked at since. '��������� But in order to open  that'section of our;mines, (involving a very  large surface) we must complete the partially  existing trails throughout, from this creek  through the Horsefly country, to the 108 mile  post on the wagon road.    Of course we shall  be met by the disagreeable truth that the  public treasury is empty, ancl with, the present appearance of things, we'are not likely to  see it so well furnished, that the necessary  funds for such improvements will soon be  the Kootenay.     Near the mouth ofthe Clear  Water,  (a branch of the North Thompson  river) the mountains appear to be of igneous  origin,.as appears by the immense deposits of  scoria, or lava, laid bare by recent slides ; in  some cases to a depth of four hundred feet,  overlaying granite  boulders, thus  indicating  its position as within the auriferous belt.   Ca-  lifornians are familiar with these indications,  and we feel strongly convinced that in this  country they will ultimately form the landmarks by which miners will be guided in  their explorations.   We sincerely trust that  the foregoing may point the way to the verification of all we have stated.  -^LV  GROCERIES,  PROVISIONS,  HARDWARE,  CLOTHING- AND  BOOTS.  Next Door to the Sextixei. Office.  Barkerville, 29th June, 1807.  17  Z/\ EXPRESS   NOTICE.  A' Ft^ft THIS  DATE,   BARNARD'S   KXPRESS Ig  ��������� not responsible for" damage on LIQUIDS shipped in  tin or Glass, unless bv special contract.  Until further notice,  the Express will arrive hen  eVerv SONiUY AFTEFtKOOv1,   and  close   for belo*  every WEdNESDAV. at NINE o'clock, A.M.. .  ���������     . .���������;. .   ROBERT POOL,  '...-..      Agent.  .Barkerville, May 29th, 1807a      --. .' 8  CO Sjtf O POL I TAN  Restaurant  and  Bakery,  "/-/'/'' I BAttKERTtLtE.  THE UNDERStGNP.D HAVING THOUOUGJtLY BE-'  hovated his JEstablishmeht. has re-opened thesautf  forthe iaccoojmodatioh vf th(j. Pub.itc, ahd.UruRW.w  merit a pharo or their patrohagA. His Bakery hnsaW  undergone repair, and hoij? now ready to execute  orders from all who wish good tyrwl.  JACOB YELTE, Proprietor.  ���������JimelOtli, ISO"?. ���������  lis  August Stampehl,  S H O E M A K E! R,  BARKERVILLE.  A largo assortment of Boots and Shoes always od  hand. .1  FE  TON    SALOO  RICHFIELD.  NOTICE.  LL PERSONS INDEBTED TO THE LATE FIRM  of LIONS & DODERO, either by book accounts or  notes, are requested to call and pay tho same forthwith, to the undersigned, and .'���������������ive costs.  All accounts standing unpaid by tho first August  next, will be put in a collector's hands, for immediate  collection, DODERO & MANETTA,  Dealers in General Merchandize,  July 18fch, 1867. a 1       ���������   Qameroaton, B. C.  THE   SNUG-  SALOON  BARKERVILLE.  Photographic Artist,  HAS NOW OPENED A PHOTOGRAPHIC GALLERY  at RICHFIELD, (for a short time only,) and is prepared to tako - .        ..  Cartes do Visito, Timbre do Poste Portraits, Ambro-  types, Leather Pictures, Milanotypes, Views of  Houses, Claims, ctc.5_S)ngle or Stereoscopic.  or Cotton  "f-"-") ww"uoi *-^������) ���������JJii^ic vi  ol.t'niOdCOpi(  Portraits also taken on White Silk, Lint  Cloth..  The gallery will be opened for a short time only.  Richfield, 29th June, 1867. jm  THE UNDERSIGNED  HOPES HIS OLD  PlONEEri  friends will give him a turn, as ho has experienced  beavy weather lately. E. F. EDWARDS.  Juno Oth, 1861 Foriicrly of Edwards' Ranch.  NOT I C E.  HE UNDERSIGNED HAVING OPENED .THE  above Saloon, would respectfully invite 'their  friends and the public to step in and sample their  ALES, WINES and LIQUORS, tho quality of which,  they flatter themselves, will suit the tastes ofthe most  fastidious. The best brand of CIGARS always on  hand, SCOTT & McHARDYi.  29th June, 1867.   , %m  Thos.L. BRIG-G-S & Co.,  OAMERONTON,  Have just received, and offer for Sale,  WHOLESALE  OR RETAIL,  AT LOW RATES FOR CASH,  200 OASES CHOICE BRANDS ofLIQUOKS  ��������� CONSISHN'G OF r���������  Brandy���������MartcH, Hennessey, and Otard Dupey..  ���������'Wines-;Port, Sherry. Burgundy, and Claret ��������� San-  terne's trench White Wine ; Sanscvainc's Call-  forma White Wino.  Champagnes���������Douche and Napoleon's Cabinet.   ,  Bitters���������Boker's, Sanscvaine's, Orange and Hostetter's, Vermouth, Absenthe, Peppermint and Anni-  setto.  Old Tom, Gin, and Scotch Whisky.  in the matter of tbe Estate and Effects of  ' REfol DAZET, lato of Williams Creek.  ! Cattle Dealer, deceased, intestate.  LL PERSONS T^HO AliEl INDEBTED fO TH0  above Estate, are required to pay the amounts  due forthwith, and all persons who havo any claims  ogaiost the above Estate, are required to send in their  accounts on or beforo the ftiGlITfl dav of SEPTEMBER, 1807, to CHAS. E>. POOf.EY,  Olllcial Administrator.  Dated Lytton, 8th June, 1867. 13  To arrive, in a few days���������500 gallons choice brands  of Brandy. Wines, Whisky, Rum, 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 days���������2,000 Ihs. Graham  Flour ; 1,000 lbs Cracked Wheat.  Goods received on Storage or Cojijiissio.v, at tho  lowest market rates* ���������  1st July. 1867. lm .  In the matter of the Jkate and Effects of  FRANCOIS CASSE.late of Williams Creeks  Cattle Dealer, deceased, intestate.  A LL PERSONS Wfia ARE INSEBtED TO TH$  A above Estate, are. required to pay the amounts  due forthwith ; arid all persons who have any claims  against tho above Estate, arc required to send in their  accounts,- on of before the FIFTH DAY of SEPTEMBER, 1867, to CHAS. E. POOLEY,  '    Official Administrator.  Dated Rich Held, 29th June< 18S7>  ''%Z,fc������;fAi ce/ /;  lit the matter of the fotato and Effects of JAMES  i     PURDIK, "lato of Williams Creek, Blacksmith, deceased, intestate.  ULL PERSONS WHO ARE INDEBTED TO THfi  XX above Estate, are required to pay tho amounts aw  forthwith, and all persons who have any claims aKfl,n*:  the above estate, are required to send in thoir account  on or beforo the TWENTY-SIXTH day of SEPTEMBJiiV  1867, to CHAS. E. POOLEY,  : ' ��������� omcial Administrator,  Dated Richfield, 27th Juno, 1867.  1  ���������  WSSk  I  m  i  m  I  If  m  m  m  vatff  Hi  1  -W3Qx  li  8  a  Bf  mm \  uM:  ......w ���������������������������-.>...  rtwwtttfii  t&m  ������a^b������  i&de&M  0,  $?,  1-5  He,  2w  Hi  ALL  THIS  fa vii-  ier (n  Mm  VSffik  it.  s������-  ich.  of  At  QtS  cir  lc--  It  110  its  THE  MONDAY^ JULY 2&; 1867.  The Way op .the Transgressor, is Eufy.  ^Maiiy of pur. reader^ will recollect- a; lad j,  Ax'oPe ot;the old -.pio&eem of thifc- ^puntryj ftvho  /"loft--&1b. ir������������k\*6ii*^^������e������tQrii . States mn}T  ' thing Iik6. t\vo yeati\pgdp ^allude toMfr  Lowe.  -Ffoift.re66ittinforffl^ re* J  Aceive&fit appearattiat.; the -lady -referred to,  after leaving Ms coast;? takinfe "frith Iter,;.; jt  will be remembered, the  finds suftsbtifeed;  -Jfereiforjih&stt^  1 that wei^ sent-to ihe S^  toria; in her' cha^  ^company with Mr. .HarabiirgeVy also a frell  known; resident here jV wljerc, afterprociring ]  /a divorce from her hnsbaQdit^he iriarrie(|her  "dear Davei!';': :Eor a^ timei ev-e^tbing vent  riiterryas a .marriage bell, *but one? fi ae TUorri-  ���������itig " Dave "was nob est, and. no trace oil his  Vhereab outs co uld ' af forwards' b6 fomd.  ��������� \Vhat made matters;;worse, the, unfortuia te  ; woman disco vered to her ininite mortificagbn  that her gay deceiver had possessed hinselfj  of every dollar they both owned, not flfcn  leaving foer: jewellery and; tt-inketsA1 So*,  thing daun ted by su ch, I fou I Ingratitude, the  injured Woman quickly packed,:-her; *f ikt& ^  T-mid^mk^&'to-Sair ^^Mseor^b^fei'-^fee-  liad fondly hoped her " Dave "had fled, but  "'Booth to say, although the strictest enquires J  'were instituted, nothing could be learned <bn-  ^ernihg him. 115 is believed that he shaped his  {course across the Atlantic, and is now enby-  ,ing himself in the Cafes and Saloons of Ptfis,  ;while the miserable woman is wandering  'about the streets of Sari' Francisco in a very  forlorn condition indeed. ;���������:'.. ���������':,;���������  MINING INTELLIGENCE.  ' As Pp��������� -A;\ ': f"/:Z WILLIAMS' ��������� CREEK   ���������  The ^rork on the Drain has not been prosecuted with that degree of diligence that might  have been expected, or which its importance  demands^during the past week,.owing to the  suit^ebding between the old Drain co. and  the; Kaby co*, decided the other day, by which  the lower section of the drain will fall into  the1 hands 'of,the latter company Work will  be; resumed to-driy at. different points along  the drain;; fit isvbxpected that in the course  of the present* week the Miners' Drain Co.  willib������iri apposition to employ 50 men on  their part of the?'work, so that it may be pushed on towards completion without a moments  .Fatal ACcinENT.--'Qn Monaay evening,15th  , lrist., an accident occurred on the Esquinalt  Voad^causing the death of j. T. Pidwell, fesq.  ;Mr.'Pidwell, it ap'pears,who was on horseback, j  was riding at a  rapid pace,   and the wind  flowing fresh raised a clottd; of dust, rendering it difficult to perceive objects ������n the road  >nd;Mr. Pidwell's horse ran at fall speed  '���������against a carriage.    The horse fell and its  'unfortunate rider was thrown; out of the sWd-J  'idle with great violence, and his head coming  in Contract with one oi* the front wheels of  ^he-6arHage. was shockingly fractured;    jtfr;  Pidwell he ver spoke, after the accident, and  flied in about an hour.   An inquest was held  :and^the jury returned a verdict of "accidental  'death.''   Mr. Pidwell, who came to this jdol-  ���������^qny^eaHyin I85S, was a native of Cornwall/  Englahd.   lie was Superintendent  for the  Victoria ftoad Commission at the time of His  "death,   fle leaves a widow and a large family  Jof children, mostof whom are provided for.  B.Colottist. ~: '���������.Ay'iAiAxyyA- x  A.yv\&e jyestpol are making small wages.���������  Deidwopd c^vare making from $10 to $12 a  day to the hand.T���������Jenny Lind co. are taking  out abottt wages.--Caskett co. are making  wages.���������WilsoUA cb.* for three days work  cleaned tip 52 Pi.���������McLaren co. took out 80  o*. for 15 hours work.-���������Brouse co. are making from $16 to $20 a day.���������Tennessee co  are taking out good pay���������Dutch Bill co. are  making $10 a aay.���������Steadman co. are preparingto wash.���������^Six-toed Pete and Cornish cos.  are still hydraulioing.���������Flume co. have got  the mime laid tip to their lower lines and will  extremely gratifying to the shareholders to  know that the last of the assessments have  been levied, and that from this time forth the  undertaking will riot only be self-sripporting  but the source of untold wealth. Tliis is the  first of the many mining speculations invoking a large outlay 'of capital,' that promises to  be productive of successful results in this district, and we trust that its success will be an  incentive to tho investment of capital in other  branches of mining enterprise.���������Davis co.  | washed up for the week 120 oi.-���������Aurora: co.  had for the week 95 oz.���������California co. washed up for the week about 70 oz���������Forest Rose  co. took out 75 oz. for the week.���������Prairie  Flower Co. got 6S oz. for the week.  Tub Co^hng ^fGnT.^ that  ;arrahgements ^ere entered into on Saturday  evening, at Scott & McIIardy's saloon, /between George Wilsbri arid Joe Eden, fbr a  taatch to contest;the ciiainpio nship ��������� of British:  'Columbia, for $1,000 a side, with potfer to  Increase the sum to, $2,000. Articles were  drawii up, and a deposit of $300 a side has  "been made. The day fixed for the combat is  the 24th :��������� September next. ". Deposits to the  amount of $100 a side, will be made every  Saturday nighty aV Mler it Barry-s saloon;  until the whole sum has been put up.  Wilson's "sparring entertainmerit on Saturday evening drew quite a crowd of admirers  ofthe "manly art.", Several well executed  rounds were given by amateurs, in which an  intimate acquaintance with the nobl6 acience  "was displayed j termiaatirig "with 4 very animated passage atv arms between tM: benen-  ciary andthe Great Unknown, alt of which  "were loudly applauded by an Appreciating  "audience* .'���������'���������'.      x'    A'-'Aa\  Disf iNGtriSHEi) Ariiival.���������Mfre "were iagree-  %ibiy surprised yesterday to greet our ancient  friend, the veritable "Fritz from Lillooetj"  "frhorti we had supposed the golden visions of  'Cariboo could never-have induced to leave  his favored Lillooet. But we must ail yield  to the pressure bf the times and so must poor  Fritz. ' ;  , ALoOicy Ftjsin*���������A miner while passing a  Jrile of'.' headings,'! the other day near Cam-  erohton, observed a small piece of gold,  stooping to pick it up, he found it to be in  contact with a lump of quartz, which being  weighed was discovered to be worth $101,  for which sum he subsequently sold the specimen. ' ' A  m Wes beg to call tho attention of our Scottish  citizens to the notice calling a meeting for  the enrollment of members in the Caledonian  Society.   The objects of the society are most  praiseworthy and deserve the support of all  true sons of old Scotia.  Washburn Quaiitz,���������A quantity of this  quartz, taken indiscriminately from a large  heap, was brought down last week and assayed at the Government office here, yielding at  the rate of $189 to the ton. This is a very  satisfactory yield.���������B, Columbian. ,  ���������MINK GULCH. ���������'.'..'���������'  The Perseverance co. washed up . week  before last 30 oz. .  STOUTS   GULCH.  The Floyd co. expect to get their flume  cleared and commence washing this week.���������  Alturas co. cleaned up for the week 308 oz.���������  Taftvale co. expect to .be into their own  ground and washing this week.-���������Jenkins and  Mucho Oro cos; aire doing veryr well.    '  CONKLINS GULCH.  : The Ericcson co. are making over  "United co. washed up for week 85 oz.-  co. took out for the week about 24;oz.  wages.  ���������Reid  :"y~: '��������� />;.;.-'mijbquito-gulch;.'v:;> A/\ aa  yts a very "small' stream heading- in- Island  naountain. and emptying into pillow river  fro hi tb e west, ab o ut 7 miles fro m this place.  Some little prospecting ha* been done on the  gulch at various tin!es during the past 4 years  but nothing discovered to attract attention until lately. We were induced by hearing rumors  of rich strikes to pay} a visit to A the t locality  last week, when we became firmly convinced  of two inlportant facts.; first, that,; the stream  was. most appropriately named frbm :ihe  myriads of bloodthirsty/ insects that abound  there, and second, that the reports about the  yield of gold were not without ftrahdationi  haying seen enough to justify us ih stating  that the diggings will pay remuhei*atively  front One end of the gulGh to the other. The  ground is not deep, averaging from 22 to 85  feet, and although in some instances thei water  is troublesome, still the natural grade of the  %ulch renders it ah easy matter to drain it off  by short tiinnels, and several companies aro  adopting this plan. Great difficulty and delay has been experienced by miners in getting  their, pro visions and tools packed to their  claims, in consequence ofthe bad state bf the  trail, but this will not occur again, as we observe that Mr. W. J. Jeffree has packed in a  stock of goods which he means to sell slightly  in advance of Williams creek.  The first claim is that of the Minnehaha co.,  located near the mouth of the gulch, in which  there . are fifteen shares. The company are  running a cut and tunnel, to drain their  ground, and are in 150 feet, with good indications.���������Willow co. (five shares) have, bottomed their shaft at 32 feet, and washed up.  for two shifts last week, over four ounces.���������  Point co. (four shares) are just starting a  tunnel.���������Discovery co..(three shares) are taking out good pay.���������Holman & company (four  shares) bottomed their shaft at 32 feet, last  week, finding good prospects. They have  been sawing out lumber for sluices, etc., and  will be ready to wash during the week.���������Jeffree & co. (four shares) shaft 20 feet deep; are  making about 18 oz. a week to. one pick.  At the upper end of this claim, the gulch  forks,and runs very steep. Parties are engaged prospecting both forks.  On the north fork, theTTnion Jack co.have  got a sh������aft down 30 feet; are drifting, and  getting small prospects.���������Butcher co. are  sinking a shaft. Several hill claims were  located on Saturday last.  tiVSHTNINO CRERK.    .  The minirtg news from this quarter at present does not possess much interest; thb uncommonly wet season having kept, the ^mall-  outlaying creeks well supplied with" water,  very few ofthe miners have had an opportunity to clean up, and consequently are unable  to tell what their diggings will pay. '../''   A-  The Welsh co. are just commencing operations, they have been engaged since November last in opening their claim/, arid have  hopes of reaping a rich harvest.���������Blyth co;  have rim into the old California co.V tunnel  and the ground is supposed to be ^worked  out unless a' new stratum is struck.���������Great  Eastern cb., which'was formed, last September, with the view of draining upper Lightning near the meadows ; a tunuel has since  been run about 500 feet. SeyeraJ cross drifts  have been run which show that the main tunnel has been driven over a" high rock on .each  side of which there is deep ground-.* The Co.  are now at a loss to know on which ������ide the  channel lies.���������A Joint Stock co. is about to  be forded for the purpose of testiugtheclian-  ftel of Lightning creek, below tbe town of  | Tan Winkle, at-a point where it is known ;tb  _^?JL������^%������.dj9Jiar������9w limits. This will be  an undertaBng ff camedl)uTlKar^wilT^yi*eld  foriiines to many. Persons desirous of ascertaining particulars of the jplan proposed  for world hg the ground or. th e amou n t o f assessments tb be levied &c, .should apply' to  Mr. J; W. LindHardv Van Winkle, who will  afford every information on the subject. -On  Ap   '    .i)AVIS "CREEK.   .  r.da'pt. Evans & Co. are .running a tunnel to  drain their diggings, which paid so well last  year, and expect to be able to wash . in three  weeks.���������White & Co. and Sailor Jack cov, further up the creek, are doing well.  CHISHOLM   OUEEE.  Prospects well. Several.Chinese companies are working here, but it is next to impossible to ascertain what.they are doing,  '   . IAST   CHANCE   CHEEK.  "the various companies on this creek are.  busy bydraulicing and ground Sluicing, and  anticipate rich rbturns when they start to  washiipv ^  '/'-.;'":; .'���������.;.;-��������� ..    NEIiibN. CREEK^: . ���������''.  Onb.Frehch co. are doing well here andr  several other companies are making good  wages. ���������  - ;-��������� ���������.''���������..���������;-.-..���������.���������  .// ORO i?iN'0  OREEKv  A shaft has been "sunk to the depth of 40 ft.  by a company on this creek, and ;good prospects bb tained in the gravel- but; the wate ���������.  came in so fast that a wheel imps pum^ A ha^  to'he erected, as so oh as this has ; been c om-  pletedwe may expect to hear of Bbmetbing  good being struck.; ���������;   ��������� ' / A-'y. y ���������      ,..'":  OnjBurns, Fountain, Patersoii, Dei-d^pbd  and other^ smalfer,creb^,the minera are; all  making wages* .  GROUSE CREEK.     "    ���������  ;; Despite rthef many unsuccessful 'attempts  made in the early; part of the seaspnj to; discover the continuation of thV lead, boj^aip  and down ihe creek, and the disappointments  thereby occasioned, a feeling: of hopeful confidence begins; to be entertained of the richr  ness of the upper pbrtiphi and prospecting is  being carried on with^renewed, energy,    i v ��������� ���������  Tiger co. having bottomed a shaft at '48'."ft;  and finding the rock pitching, commenced  drifting  over a channel cbiitaihing  heavy  boulders*���������BreakroVDay cp; are  still pros-  pec ting,; ^ith ine -sat jsf^ac tbry resul ts; so far ;-^  Hard-up-co. are in 192 fetife with their tiinhbi;  and'have commended sMking a blind shaft,  but are greatly amroyed ^vlth water, which  appears to force its way through from the  Heron claim.���������Heron co.; the old shareholders in this co. having nearly ail sold out, the  new members are engaged in cleaning up; the  bed rock previously worked, and are making  as high as two ounces a day to the hand.=-7  Canadian co. are still working the disputed  ground, which is not paying so rich as was  anticipated.���������The Flume co.'s ground, together with the flume, has been ^rb-empted, aiid  taken possession of by a company called the  Sparrowbawk co., in  consequence  of the  former company having neglected to represent the claim for more than three days.���������  Black Hawk co. are sinking a new shaft-  Wild Goose co. are making wages.���������Short  Bend co. are sinking a tege shaft; in the  Creek.���������Discovery co are starting in their old  tunnel and will commence washing to- day.���������  Coriiopis co., a creek claim, have bottomed a  shaft at 20ft., and commenced drifting, with  favorable prospects of :gettin.g good pay, will  begin to wash to-dayt���������Caroline cO'.are busy  ground sluicing and will take out big pay;  they cleaned up   $&200   out of a piece of  gro un d ab out 12 feet square at las t washing.  ���������Ne'er do Weel ������o. nave got about 150 feet  of the channel l&S.d baro to the bed rock, and  will comment hashing this week when good  pay is expected.4*:Sb"y Robinco. are making  wages-.���������Cascade co, are.opening a new drift  ���������Ontario co. got through the rock on Thnrsi  day lasjt ^ind found a very good looking charu  hel with Indications of pay.���������Rankin co. will  start washing to:day.���������Clara co. are getting  promising "prospects.���������Rocky point Co. are  groiind sIuicih^-^Reid co.; took out week before last $215 for Jour men's labor. -Idaho  co. are ground sluicing.���������Big gun co. are reported to-be inaking ah oiihce & day to the hand  in the bed of the -creek.���������-Wake; up Jakevco.\  Point'co*-and Little Gun co. are all* ground  sluicing. -.V; - ., x\ ''- -.   y '���������;: i. \ /;::\ ' '���������.../"   ���������  .p'A    ^^UEEjmEfik; -.A.'.,  The' only, claim we; have heard fr o in' th ia  week is thb Vaughan Sweeney, which blbaned  up 53 pZ; for two days' washing:   ���������      . '  .GOLD COMMISSIONER'S COURTv  (icforeH. M. tiall, Esq.)  -      Wednesday, 24th July, 18C7.  The llippj^ Cpi;Vs. TheCaroiine Co.,Grous(i  Creek���������Cause of action���������Defendants to show  cause why they should not pay .plaintiffs  $2,500 damages, for trespass committed by  defendants, on .plaintiffs' ^ro'und ; and why  thiy should, not be restrained, from further  -U'esb &ssmg.J*n,the^a^  feiidants, with costs. Tim;^plaintin^noFhav-'  ing placed any side stakes, marking the  limits oi their creek claim,, ��������� taken up on  Grouse, cteek, in 1861 ; and the defendants  having, in 1866; properly mailced out their  claims with stakes, the front of which border  on the sides of the plaintinV claitns, the lines  of the latter mUst:confbi;m to the lines marked  out by the Caroline, cb.  ���������; **A Friday, *26lh July, 1^67;  Baby Co. vs. Williams , Creek Bed Rqc������  Drain Co., per ��������� John MacLarcn arid others;  This action was brought to compel defend^-  ants to show cause why they should hot -pay  plaintinV$3,000 damages, for negligently alf  lowing the creek to run in to the Bbd Ro ck  Drain"; afid Furthbf :^  to repair the said drain, ahd that defendants  should; be Ordered to put the said drain below  the CamerOn claim, in proper repair ; or that  it be ordered to; be repaired by the Court, at  defendants' .'expense.. Judgment for $3,000  and costs. .Plaihtiffs undertaking not to enforce the 'j'udgmeat against the members of;  the drain company, .persodally, but only  against the property of iW drain company:  .George Wiisoii respectfully invites hii  friends and backers to come forward if. the'y  hav^any confidence in him, and assist hint id  raising the necessary funds for the coming  contest between him and Eden.  ^���������^ExPRESS^-The passengers by the. Express  which arrived yesteaday afternoon were Mr;  Ormandy, Batik of British Columbia ; Mr. Gil-  Ian, Bank' Of British North America ; Messrs.  Cohen, Hoffman, Keyes, Ladner and Fritz. .,  AAP Is your house a warm one ?"; asked a  man in search of a tenement, of a landlord.  ������It ought te he;; the painter gave it two  coat3 recently," was the response.  A BIRTH.���������At Victoria; V. I., on 14th inst:, tho  wife of N. C. Bailey, of a-daughter.  ; "DIED.���������At EsqiiinAait, V. I., oh l5tti inst., John  Trcvasso Pidwell, in the fifty-fourth your of his ago.  .At the Hospital, New Westminster, ori 13th- mst.,  George Ha2elwood,.a riative of Yorkshire, England,  aged S8 years.  vGrouse Greek Express.  WF. HERRE^ILL RUN A DAILY EXPRESS  . between Barkerville and Grouse Creek. Orders, small parcels",. letters, collections, etc.; etci  attended to; on moderate terms. Special .att������j������i"|*  given to demands for subscriptions to the GAKIBoa  SENTINEL, or any other Newspaper.  land Bakery.  July 29, .1807.  Columbia,  ���������.";���������'-��������� notice.  ;        ���������..;���������-  THE UNDERSIGNED BEING ABOTJT TO LEAVE  this place, requests that all accounts owing by him  bo sent in lor pji.yniehtt before, the FIFTH AUGUST  neKti'ahd that all persoha.who lira indebted to nimj  Will call aud settle, on or befok-e the same da to ,  w-,u - tACOB HEINSON, \,  July 27th, 1867 .,        Hit or Miss Bakery,-RichflcldU  The GaledoniaiiBeneToleiii  CARlBbO    BRANCH;  Notice is: hereby; gi?%n, th^t *n^Mjff  JN of this Society will W������ held at the CAJISRI^N  and the sons of Scotchmen-are earnestly xnjjjgd a  attend, ahd enroll tliemselves as members: ymcg.,g  the Constitution and By-'Iiaws way be had attsts ^R*  risiac Office. ;.'  ,J#^th, 1867;    ..--. ���������=   ;;; " ' i'AHS  . ijatfa'w.rwwpfpffKfwwuMLiaBaaanP  mmnsmam  TO PARIS ANDr BACK.  ��������� - Al ��������� -   ���������-':     '������������������ ;* AOy  -   '. .      :-:.  I suppose you intend, my intelligent friend,  .In the cbiirse of .tbe^6pripg..'.to..run over  (it's done; in a miriute,wlien once .you begin it)  To: Paris j by^olkstohc or Dover.  ���������"'"!  /Perhaps, by a brief preparation^-:  .. In elegant versification, ." /  I may show you a few of the things you can do,  When you're out on. your peregrination.  Ay .y-.-^x y-A-y wx^Ajl. A.-W-P'AA' ;    yi .-  A  Let me mildly suggest that the journey is best  If you; start when'the weather lo oka s hiny ;  You may fQel.aqualmriififcs not very calm,;  X When the steamer-gets out. on the ".briny?'  :    Pale braMy-rdon'tveil hire, without it,  Will cure you, perhaps, but I doubt it;  Or lie on. your back, when you feel the attack,  And think nothing whatever about it."  ���������y.   ,:. ���������  >./>  ���������    ,.-  ��������� .;- .iu-    y.  ������������������        ..-  If on landing you feel in the cuo for a incalj  You can get it of course at the station'; j  .. You've a long way to go,.and the trains travel  >.   ���������!'-.��������� ..���������..". :.'.filOW,'        ..;"', v..- ip   ���������    -'���������'.   :- ���������    -- ' '  ������ In that .lively antfgo-a^bead nation. :  All Get tbo.first,coach you can dive at ;  ,;  ������������������.���������;     WhenJparisv&������rlength ^ou>ar.rive at, ~~-  ; You'll be ; perfectly charmed, (and; a little  .-.-���������.'     -alarmed,)  A/pA. -...-   r . . i ���������/���������  .'.  .; ,   By the pace that; those vehicles .drive at  ...i Z. Z /s   ":���������'*"     .   'x$Y'Z ,: .. i   ./.   ���������:,;���������'     '  Take.your cafe au laifeon beginning the day,  ,:'.' > But fight sb y of solid refection ; > ������������������-.....  ���������You f can then go andv moon>-.about Paris till  noon, t s , , \> -yi;   ���������  '  ..;������������������    '*  ;, ;And indulge philosophic reflection, j '  You're sureto grow fonder and fonder  Ai. '..    ) 'A 0f Paris, the further you wander yAww  Our sights oyer here .are uncommonly queer  v   .To the sights yoir may see over yonder.  Z.i'".:   'i.'. Z A.A/'AAjyiyi-:���������     .  ���������A/wyi- A. .. -  Don't go to St. CloudV-ypu'rea muff if you do  A ��������� There's enough to be:;seen in the city -;-.'.  ;The drama's a> sightAypxi should get: every  ."   ,     -night,   Ai.y tcyr   A;. ypA^yl. ��������� t  A.For tbe French (n nactapted) are witty*  : I think I may sayi\n> addition,  :   (As I've j little more space for tuition,)  That while you're in France i you should seize  /IwPA^  on the chance ;gc-^--' ���������--.. 'A/\ ���������-.:  ;; ;. Of a trip>tothenew Exhibition;1 ; :\  NEW  ADVERTISEMENTS.  J A  ES   P,   TAYLOR,  Druggist,  ..-  ;: BARKERVILLE.  HAS CONSTANTLY ON HAND A CHOICE SE-  Jection of DRuife *an������ Patent Mkd'icises. including tho celebrated Golden Balsam, and Murphy's  Mixtures, for the complete cure of Secondary Syphilis.  Also a great variety of Sarsaparlllas, Hair Brushes,  Tooth Brushes, Combs, Tooth Powders, Sponges, Fancy  Soaps, Lubin's Extracts; Rose Water and other Perfumeries; Garden Seeds, .&&', &e.   ;..-���������'������������������        ���������  ��������� ;.-  ������������������  Just received���������an assortment of Stationery, Pocket  Diaries for 1S67, and Billiard Tabic articles..  P.'S.���������Prescriptions carefully compounded.     1-s  ROADSIDE ADVERTISEMENTS.,  STABLING-Jbr HORSEI^  WILLIAM   McWHA,        j  lytton crry, b; c,  Begs to inform the public generally that ho liai   ���������  STABLE &- CORALt ACCOIOBATIOI  On his premises for upwards of 200 Horses. ? ������������������  Ray and Oats for Sale cheap. ���������'*  GOOD SADDLE HORSES FOR HIRE.  ���������TERMS   MODERATE.   . 1������  ���������VICTORIA ADVERTISEMENTS  SEED-STORE  Corner of Langley Alley and Yates St  ; ,,."-���������   MESSRS. JAY >& BALES  Have opened the above premisea with ifa  i  I - aiid Well assorted Srnnn- ^  aud well assorted Stock  FUESM A^ICDLTUBlL, VEGETABLE  f /:;;:' ..and flower seeds'.  /THE UNDERSIGNED IS NOW PRfePARKD TO  ���������A afford every accommodation to the travelling public, and hopes by.a strict attention to business, to  merit a share of the patronage- bestowod on the former  proprietors., Tliis .is one of tbe most comfortable ahd  commodious Hotels on the road, containing as it does  warm and well furnished bed rooms with pood beds.  The TABLE is supplied with every delicacy it is possible to procure in the upper country.- tTlw BAR. Is  stocked with the best of Liquors.' and the choicest  Cigars.   - ���������>  '������������������������������������ ;   - '���������:���������       '���������;.��������� ������������������-���������  m- MEALS,   $1 50   MCH.,������B  '"; 'The sUbling'YoTilorses is* airillat could bo desired,'  and the.charges arc very moderate. Hay for Horses  per day, $2 ; Oats and Barley at the cheapest market  rates; .'...'; ;������������������������������������  The undersigned 'has a largo quantity, of OAT HAY  on band, for sale in large or.sniali ;quantit ies.  C. E. ROMBRO^,  BOSTON BAR, B. C.t i  Wholesale and Retail Merchant in  GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS,  ' LIQUORS, DRV GOODS, CLOTHING, kc.   Is  J The business of tho late firm of Jay-& Co : Fort ������i������  "nnd ��������� Springflcld Nursery, will be. carried on bv iii  .In all its brjiuchcs. .    -,-���������     ,..' ......       ' lue5>  |- Fruit Trees and Bashes,  Evergreen and bkrtnri,.  Shrubs, Bulbs and Flowering plants of every descrT  f*���������-'-     .'��������� ;. AAsyyyAA .-���������������������������:.-.������������������:  'ii/  The  Bonaparte House,   j  QEMLEN Sr. PARKE,  Proprietors, at ihoj  O Junction of the Cariboo aud Big Bond Roads, Is J  LONDON  HODS E  | GOVERNMENT STREET?, VICrORiA,  I   WHOLESALE ������������������ANI)  RETAIL;  J. R TURNER & CO.  .     '  ��������� IMfOKTKRB   OF   ",  1-S  JOHN PELLETIER, Proprietor.  FOSTER,   OF   LILLOOET,  CHEMIST^       :  HOW TO.:PREVENT   WAR.  .--.   The Progres of Lyons^- publishes a ��������� letter  ���������from--a.-chemist of Marseilles,, iwho suggests a  mode of opposing the needle-guns by a.Greek  fire he has invented. : He; says rr^^-.To give ah  idea of. the efficacy of-my discovery, I declare  and I am ready to prove.;that I can, at a distance of 1000 metres,-envelope an, army of  : 100,000 men in a sea pf flame within less than  .five.minutes.   If a town has to  be. taken by  assaulVLbave no need of a rotopscbine, as I  can set.it on fire in very nearly; the same period.   In a naval battle I would run into tbe  enemy, and in fifteen seconds cover all the  deck-of a vessel with a torrent of fiam'e, which  would burn. the rigging, penetrate between  tbe decks, and instantaneously stifle all the  crew.   In an attack.on a seaport. I could  burn the. town and arsenals within range with  the rapidity.of lightning. ;Witb such .means  no war is possible, as .neither; Victors nor vanquished   would return from ,the field of battle. :Asto the fortress of-Luxembourg, the  subject of dispute at this moment, I undertake  rid it of its garrison in a quarter of an hour."  The Progres adds that if there is ��������� no Marseillaise exaggeration in the. above description,  such an invention would certainly put an end  to all war.      ;>  HAS FOR SALE, and constantly on" hand,  a well assorted Stock of Drugs, all the Chemicals  used by Physician's, Photographers, : A^sayers and  Mechanics. Also tho popular Patent Medicines, and  Druggists'sundries.  Retorts, Crucibles, Muflles, Cupels, Ingot Moulds,  etc., etc .  PRKSCRIPTT0.VS  FAITHFULLY PREPARED.  '���������'-���������'���������' ��������� F.; W. FOSTER,  thai -   ���������  ��������� - .. iphemist  YALiS   ADVERTISEMENTS. ���������  164 MILE OR DEEP CREEK HOUSE.1  *S OPEN FOR THK ACCOMMODATrOX  OP".'THE  ESTABLISHED 1858.  THOS. WILSON I GO,  It.  Travelling public; tbe bedrooms are spacious and  airy and tho Beds cannot be surpassed for cleanliness IMPORTERS OF ENGLISH MEROjSaDIZE  and comfort by any in the lower country; tho Table is      . mv,^w;;. ���������  ��������� . -.^^s..- \-.w*  always supplied with the best of victuals.    Stabling I,..   W holcsalo nnd; Retail,    ���������  or Horses; Hay, Oats and Barley constantly on band;  BENJAMIN   DOUG-LAS, Successor to A.  C.  WELLS. Saoulkand HARNKSsMaker, Yale,  B. C.  ^SJ* A complete assortment of Stock-codstantlv on  ���������hand.-*'* ��������� ���������.������.-:'     . ��������� - ;���������-       ' ' ���������   A,\   ���������   l-h   - -  LOCHioMp or n-mii HOUSE  THIS OLt) AND WELL KXOWNT HOUSE has been re-,  cently.opened by the undersigned, who.will make  it his constant study by using every.endeavour to accomodate tlie traveling public, lo deserve a share of the  patronaere bestowed on the former occupants.  i&r' The Bar contains nothing but the very best of  LIQUORS and CIGARS.    Give him a call  1-s EDWARD    TROFATTKR  J. S. .DEAS.r       :  Ay Front Street, Yale, B. C, :  EGS TO AN"KOLTNTCE to"the' inhabitants of Cariboo  that-he intends to forward (as soon as the state of  the Roads will permit), -a largo and. well assorted  stock of Cooking Stoves,'Which he will dispose of at  Pricks to Suit -The Timks.  ��������� Yale, 8th April-1867. '1  FIREPROOF WAREHOUSE!  }) ARTIES DESIROUS of shipping freight "Vvrrn tits-  . '��������� patch, will find it to their advantage by giving us  a call before engaging elsewhere.        - ������������������  ALWAY & BAILEY,  Yale, April 8th, 1867.   ��������� 1-s  COLD    SPRING   HOUS  EOYD & HEATH, Proprietors,  THIS HOUSE is situated 26. miles from Quesnelmouth.  The proprietors haying.lately fitted up bedrooms  and good Bods are now prepared to afford every accommodation for Travellers; the Table Is furnished with all  the luxuries that can be procured j the Bar is well supplied with the best brands of Liquors and Segars; good  Stabling, Hay, O.ats and Barley. 4������-Tho .CHEAPEST  House'on the Road.-   "   ' ��������� ' 1-s'  122 MILE HOUSE,  . .     ..;     LAKE LA HACHE.      '-,    .  ,   W. H. Sutton,  -  EALER IN" Wi>'fs, Liquors axd Ciga������s, Coal OH,  Coal Oil Lamps, iz.c.,  AGENT FOR BUNSTER'S ALE !  In Bbls. and half Bbls.  Yale, April 18th3 1867. .1-s  New ,Goldfieli> in* Austkaj^ia.���������According  to a Melbourne correspondent, a new gold  field has been discovered on the eastern slope  of Barrier Ranges, Upper -Darling; about  t\yenty miles -east of Woolwingie. One- man  instated to have washed five ounces of gold  from a tin disb of dirt, got at a depth of eight  feet. Should further intelligence verify the'  first rep ort, "A * a r ush,' ��������� wi il d o no tless:, at 6 n ce  be made for the region described, and another  Eendigo or Ballarat may be -developed, al-  most in Central Australia^ It is only within  :, the last three or foul* years; arid Since the expedition of Burke and ."WiiiiSi thatHiis remote  Region hap been trodden by white men at all*  and even in' thi3 short period; only by shepherds and stockmen.  ACASAMAYOUbegs leave to siiate that he  9.: has removed his stock of Goods consisting of Gno-  OHJtiEsi &c., from Wharf street to the.Brick Building,  on Yatps street, adjoining Cowper's Boot Store, opposite'Wells, Fargo. & Co,     .. -j '������������������:.���������.  He mil sell his Goods by Wholesale,-at the lowest  rates, for cash J, r     ,    ...  ���������    ���������   (  .l.s  ���������\t7jLLIAM ZELNER, dealer in Drugs, Mkdi-  ? ?   oiis'BS an d Chemicals; Fancy and Toi le fc Ar tiol es,  Sponges, Brushes, Perfumery,i&c;    Physicians*' Pre-  . scriptkms carefully compounded and orders an3werad  "telth c&.ro and dispatch.   Victoria, V. L 1-a  Storage and Forwarding!  YALE, B. C.  PARTIES SHIPPING GOODS EY THE YALE--LYT-  X   tox Route, are advised that..  KIMBALL & GLADWIN .  Have erected an ext<?nsive Storehouse and Bock at  Yale; and arc prepared to Receive, Store, and Forward  Goods.    Goods re-packed, and freights engaged at the  lyOWKST Ratks.  Parties shipping goods through us will please mark  to the care of  Is KIMBALL k GLADWIN.  F. WALTERS, formerly of the 94 Milk House,  having purchased this Ranch, is how prepared  to accomodate the traveling public with GOOD MEALS  and BEDS at moderate rates. 1-s  THE ASHCROFT HOUSE  MESSRS. CORNWALL'S.  A T THIS WELL KNOWN HOUSE, ha!f-wav between  A Spence's Bridge and Clinton, on the Yale Route.  Travellers will Iind Good Accommodation. The best of  living, of Liquors, and of Wines Fresb Butter, Milk  and Vegetables.   Good Stabling and cheap feed.     1-s  Masonic Hall Government Street Victoria.  U  j. c. beedy, ;;���������;-.-7  COMMISSION &  FORAVARDING AGENT,  ILL PAY  PARTICULAR * ATTENTION TO St  looting, purchasing, or forwarding Goods for ia  upper country.  Any commission entrusted to his care, will rccelri  prompt attention... . ;._���������.-._J.---^  - l  liefer en ces :���������W. AriiKACMAaf, E. A. Wadhams,'iV  HaUVKU. J.J.  &RAMLY.  Victoria, April, 1867. ��������� ' . .1  HOTEL DE ^FRANCE,  Government Street, Victoria, V. I.  rVHAE, RESTATJKANT is supplied with all \h  ���������i.. delicacies ofthe season, and the sleeping, p.ccccck  datiou is replete with every comfort. The besj of  WiJK'S, Liquors and Cigars.' * ''  1-s J. BIONE & CO., Prepricuw.  A. W. PIPER,     ���������  CONFECTIONER,  Government Street, opposite the Theatre.'  CtANDIES of everv d������iscription manufactured and'  / sold, Wholesale and Retail. ,    :.. U  EXRV   GREENBAUM,     WHOLESALE- LIQC03  Store, Importer of Fine MkkkscUaum Pipes, SifM  Mouthpieces; Cigars and Tobacco, Johnson street, Vic.  torkt, V. I. is  COLONIAL  HOTEL,  .    SODA   CREEK.  A GREAT REDUCTION has been made in tho charges  at this establishment, so as to suit the times.  Meals, $1; Beds, 75 Cents. ,   A'  McLEESE &. SENAY^  ..      _       mmk Proprietors. ���������  May  1st,  1867. i.s;  BLUE   TENT,  '  ���������'OR'.��������� ���������   :^  12T MIl>i^ ^OUBB,  THE UNDEDSIGNED HAVING I^URCHASED THIS  desirable property, is now Prepared to accommodate th e travel ling pub lie. The tab 1 e i s su ppli ed wi th  the very best ol viands. The bedrooms and beds are  as comfortable as could be desired, and tho BAR contains nothing bu Who best brands of LIQUORS and  CIGARS:- .,-'���������-���������'��������� ��������� ���������  A good stock of-Grain and Hay alwavs oft-hand.  3rd May, 1867.     ,..,.".     Z..,,w    .-, W. WRIGHT.  36 Mir.E   post, !  BETWEEN YALE AND LYTTON, B. C |  TRAVELLERS will And every accommodation at this  Hotel.   Excellent Cooking.   GOOD  BEDS. '���������  STABLIXG FOR HORSES.  TIMOTHY HAY and OATS at Lowest Rates.  BOOTHROYD  BKO'S,  .-.<*'  ��������� ,  \       Proprieters.  Is  111 MILE HOUSE.  AGE IS NOTHING!  JULES RUEFF, Commission Mrrchast, Royd  tj  Hotel Building, Wharf street Victoria, V. I.  1-s  DCLEA1VS  Coffee HuuMe Ash' Restacra^  ��������� Government Street, Victoria, V..I.    This is im  cheapest, most comfortable, and best attended Eslal>-  Ibhmentih theCity  The BAR is always supplied  with the choicest of  Wines, Liquors and Cigars.   .       ...;..<:;'   *'9  Free Port for Ever!  WE THE'UNDERSIGNED. TAKE  pleasure i& announcing to our numerous  customers -and tlis  public, that wo will supply them with thb best French  Leather Boots (duty free) ever offered in B. C  j������3~At our old Stand, Government St., Victoria, VI  1-s ,. CHARITY & B.UTLfiB. ���������  hart Bros. Victoria, V, I.  is  SUTRO & CO.. Importers and Dealers J?  CIGARS, TOBACCO, Meersliuum Pipes, &o., b ������������������  corner of Yates and Wharf.strcet, Victoria  KWONG, LEE k CO., Commission Merchants, I*  portkhs. and Dealers in Chineso Goods. A icJ������n i  V. I., Yale, Lillooet, a������esnelmouth, and Willow3  Creek.  THE UNDERSIGNED begs to inform the miners and  residents in & around Van Winkle that ho will in future keep an assorted and GOOD STOCK on hand, aiid  hopes by close, attention to business, and by selling  at LOWER RATES than heretofore, to meet tho patronage of all.  Orders from outlaying creeks accompanied with the  CASH, will be forwarded with promptness and dispatch.   .      .-'-��������� -       AA'WA.  4Sy. Terms CASH, without'distinction.   -  **s J. W. LJNDHARD.  HpHIS HOTEL IS LARGE-AND WELL FITTED TIP  A lor the comfort of travelers; tho Table is supplied  with the best of everything that can be procure!, and  the cookmgis not inferior'to any on tho road: Bedrooms  for families; S labli ng, Hay, Bu ri ey a n d Oats.  ���������������^ Tho. trail to Cedar and. Horse-Fly Creeks leaves  the Wagon-Koad at this-place. - '. - 'PAX    A  %1-s W������. HENDERSON.!  BOSTON    BAR !  International   Hotel.   !  fTHIS WELL KNOWN.HOUSE is now open for.til-  J. yellers.   Tho Table is supplied as formerly, with  the best the market affords, and the Cooking cannot  be excelled.    The Bar is stocked with tho finest iii  Quoa^aad CIGAB3.   GOOD BEDS. . ,  ._ WILLIAM CHARTERS  l'8 Proprietor*  "I?   MALLANDAINE, COLLECTOR AND GENBBAl'  Fj. AGENT, Government Street, Victoria, V. h_J*  l^AILYand WEEKLY'���������'.������ BRITISH C0L������N3St  If and VICTORIA CHRONICLE."    Orders format  ing either the Daily or Weekly issues ofthe ab������7rl  any part of Europe,, the United States, Canada, A^1,'  leftattliis'onlco or sent to Victojia wui ������  Terms in advance.   . V^eek^V 1*5������  with Postage, ^7 60 ';   6"mos. do.,.$4  mos do.,-$28| 6mos do., $12 50.  lia, &c ,  attended to.  OUR   COFFEE.  WE   ARE   FORWARDINCf   A  Packed in Tins of from two to twenty-flye p������  each.,   - ...  -������������������' .j -. ���������'  ���������*:    "''   ���������������������������������������������������������������  .  WILSON & MURRAY, .  I** fort street, Victon*-  i.y  m  1  ai  mm  A  1  3  s  M  B  8  m  mi  iSflfflSf.

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