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 DEAD-BROKE.  'Tis  ead broke 1 dead broke !���������aft said in joke,  ae truth is sometimes spoken ;      \  ut to the man " whabear3 the gree/?   ;     "  ^s onytb ing but joking'''    *���������'-.' fff' Xf ;i  uld taftered claes, an'ginrin boots,  dmittin'wind an'weather, ~Y-.  ike treens.that stood���������wliau he was guid���������������������������  ut ho a7 gftn'g.thegither. *        -   ���������;  >ead'broke'! dead broke! words easFy spoke  lut, ah I to feol their meanm' ;.  Without a penny in yere pouch,    .  \v yet a freendly leanin" ; ��������� ���������'/������������������'  IWithont a credit at a store,  hit. wi'ah empty larder 1 \  'or wark-r-desire���������vet nano to hire--,  Jan life be muckie harder r" ���������"';���������  )ead broke ! dead broke !���������a gae .sair stokcv  t' unco hard to thole ;      ���������-���������      .   ���������   ���������  \n( wi_a will. defcennm_d sti11,���������   ��������� j X  ^Ve'lTwStte thro' the"hole. ;  _An' should it ever be pure lot  To meet wi' fortune's smile,    .  Whan we forgather some puir chid,  iet's help him ow're the stile.  WxaiAMS CaKEK, June 13, 1S67.  fff.  A-PAST'. STORY.  S.  DESOLATION  OF   AN   ARCTIC:  SCAPE.  LAND--  The following description of,the desolation'  f an Arctic landscape,' is taken from Dr.  ayes* work, ?.' Tho open Polar Sea" :���������r  The coast presented the same features  reafc wall-sided cliffs rising at our left, with a.  agged ridge of crushed ice at our right, forming a white fringe, as it were; to( the dark  *o cks;   We were, i n tr u'th. j o u ra eying a long  k winding gorge or valley; formed by tbe land  >n one side, and thc ice on the other ;. for this  ice-frinde rose about fifty fee .-above our heads,  and, except here and -there, where a clef fc gave  lis an outlook upon .the,.pea, we were as' c'pm-  ctely heiumed; in as it.hi a canypir of. the.  jordi 1 leras.    Occaa* bna.i ly,: h o wever,-. a"iTbofr ���������  roke in upon: the^cpntiunity  of. -the lofty  joast, and as we faced to the westward along  ts southern inargiu, a si opitig terraced va 116V  ipened-hefpfe us, rising gently from the sea  o the "base of tbe inoantams, which rose with'  mposing .grandeur.   I was never more impressed with the dreariness and desolation of  a a Arctic landscape.   Although my situation:  n the summit of the Greenland mer de glace;  n October of the last year, had apparently left  othing unsupphed to the imagination  that  was needed to fill the picture of boundless  terility, yet here the variety of forms1 seemed  o magnify the impression on the mind, and  o give a.wider play to the fancy ; aud as the  eye   wandered  from   peak   to   peak of the  ountains as they rose one above the other.  nd rested upon the dark and frost-degraded  lifts, and followed, along the ice-foot, and  verlooked the sea, and saw in every object  be silent forces of nature moving on through  he gloom of winter, and Lhe sparkle of sum-,  mer, now, as they had mover! for countless  sgC3,  unobserved   but by the eye of  God  lone, 1 felt bow* puny indeed are all men's  'orksand efforts ; and when I sought for'  oken of living thing, so mo track   of wild  heasfc���������a fox, or bear, or reindeer���������which had,  lsewhere, always crossed  me in my journey-  ings, and 3aw but two. feeble men and our  haggling dog3, it seemed, indeed, as if the'  Almighty had frowned upon  the hills and  seas. Y.-���������'���������: ."���������-.-.��������� --'        ffif-v ; _';  An Englishman was bragging 'of the. speed  of English ...railroads to a Yankee, traveller  seated at his side; in one of the cars of a '" last  trai n.".. in Engl an d. The' engine s b ell -: h ad  rung as the cars rieared a station. T It suggestedto the Yankee an opportunity of ."taking  dp w h"? bis c 6 ra p an io n* a ?pjiig"���������;. oivtwo;* *,;".:-. f ���������'. ' ��������� -  . ".What is that noise j,;-innocently inquired -  the Yankee, if ���������   ������������������;���������*:";  ' "' We. are approach ing a town,". said the  Englishman," they have to ���������commence ringing about ten miles before.they get to a sta-  tion, or else the train wou 1 d,run by it before  the"bell would be heard!. >Wonderful,]:isn't  it t 1 suppose they haven't invented bells in  America?'*fff-       f .".... f.... ���������..ff.f.f^ff...:  " Whyvyes,"* replied the Yankee, "we've  got bells, but we can't use them on our railroads. We run so fast that the trains always  keep a head of tlie .sound ; the sound never  Teaeh^ttfrvithfge-'titl-'ai'teV XUq train getrrry.?>  ���������'" Indeed ?*,* exclaimed the Englishman.  ''' Fact/* said the Yahkee. ��������� ���������" Had to gi ye up  bells.. Then we tried steam whistles, but they  wo iiidn't a us w e r e i th er. I. w as o n a loco m o -  ti y e. wh e n, a wh is 11 e was tried. . We., w ere  going at a tremendous.rate, hurricanes .were  nowhere, arid I.had to bold my hair on. . We  saw a two-horse wagon crossing the track,  about five miles ahead; and the engineer let  thc whistle on screeching like a trooper... It  screamed awful ty, but it wasn't no use. x' The;  next thing. I knew I was picking my self; out of  a ro u n d by the ro a dsid e, am i d th e fragm en ts  of the locomotive, dead horses, ,broken wagon  and dead engineer beside me.." Just then the  whistle came "along,*1 -mixed..lip ,wiih some:  frightful oaths that I heard the engineer���������'. use  when he first saw the horses: ���������    ��������� ��������� . ;. /  .4; Poor fellow! lie was dead before his voice  got to Iii iti. . .A fter th at we tried Jigh ts, sn p-;  |)osing they would travel faster, than sound;  We got one so powerful, that the children,  woke-ail'along, the road'supposing it to-be  mprning. -But the Ioepmotive kept ahead of  it.still,'arid was''.ia darkness ��������� With ��������� Lher;light'  c-lpscj:'behind,it. The iohabitanls petitioned  -against it. .They couldn't sleep with so much  1 igh t i n th e n igh t time. Fi n al ly we h ad to.  station electric telegraphs along the road with  si goal men. to tel eg rap h w h en th e trai n was i n  sight, and I have heard��������� tliat some of' the fast  trains beat the lightning-fii'tcen minutes every  forty miles. -ButI can't say as that is true,  the rest I know to be so."  NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.-"-^-', f  '��������� -��������� 'fff li'fM^4f^0f:^^i ''vv;-'<V:.''.'������������������;.'  jf'.i frS' X':'\fTTy ;:���������. -  F. V:":LEES  Auctioneer- GbllectOT,  fX:--ft mining-;. Age'n.t:, 'x': ' '-���������  666;is"soici on ComniissienV   Office, TRicbfle'ld.���������  Saj.ksuoom. Barkerville. ��������� 5-s   ���������  TTTSr  ;��������� ;''x':::;::new;'Ad^ ,;  ... If   . ,  TIN   FLATE7 AND (SHEET. IR.6N;  . with various oth^ articles In their line of trade..  i$3^- All Jobbing in ihe Tin, Sheet Iren, Copper an.!t  Zinc trade y'.ti.L'h'ded,'tb-und warranted to give satiafuc-  tion. y      >    , ���������������������������    ft ������������������.--..���������.���������-���������- 1  YfitfY^ffff,  44  '.   :  55  ���������^HE UNDERSIGNED Iiave common cod in the above  1 u usi boss hex t door to - M uii doirlPs" s tables,' Bar Iter .  viile,- aiitl solicit a share: or public patronage..  CAST >IRQN   STOVES  rays-on-  (���������'.    :  ���������ff  i-    ...  e\^ Work-arid 3"obl3'in8:  at reasonable" rates.'    >.    -;  jSSf" Qhr.TeamsVrtiir regularly' hotwncn Yale ond  Car.iboo;:and all orders in our line of business carefully  attended to. -        '   "r.-f:   Y:   ..-   '������������������������������������/ ���������  .-.-,  E. PEARSON ���������& BROS.-  BARNAKD'S STAGES WILL LEAVE YALE  EVERY  ���������-':.;��������������������������� ::y.;m ouh A..:v;f-'p--''���������>'--y  With E.';'Ih'Mails,, Express and. Passengers,, for  Lyttbh, Gliotou,' Soda .Creek, Quesnene^ind. Barker-'  ville, with .branches."to Sttvaiia's- Ferry and ILilZoo'Ct. ���������  FARE; TO .SODA-".CREEK,: fXffffi   f m_  FARE TO BARKERVILLE,;->T:  ". (Exclusive of Steamer's fare.  l-S:  elapsed, made  bold  to dun  reader,*7 when tlio latter* a ton  We knew a fellow who, upon learning that  a.friend of his had gone into the publishing  business, at once, subscribed for the paper.  The publisher was rather delicate.about send-  in sr- the bill���������but after some  ten years had  his ���������" constant  ice grew indignant, refused to pay, and ordered the paper  stopped, alleging that he "had taken the  paper for so many years just to,keep it along,  and now to be "asked to pay for it, was too  darned mean.*"  E. STEPHENS,  .CIVIL ENGINEER AND SURVEYOR.  HAVING TAKIW AN.OFF'CB IV RICHFIELD,  'Williams Crock, is prepared to execute Surveys,  iM.iu.s, LtivuJs, Sections, &c",;;:&c, committed tu his  cliai'rfo, with care, despatch j ami on REASONABLE  TERMS;  .:���������      \t U .,--.   v- ������������������;' ������������������ a ��������� ;������������������.,%:-. "..��������������������������� ffl;:  'if   '.' '-^'Ote, centre of Richleld."������������Bi , .  :Po?OL_TION OP THE UNITK1) KlXG DOM.���������Th0  ���������president population of the.United Kingclom,as  ^vJrecorded by the Times, in the middle of the  KPBSS.S!  Z  &.   FfELSO  BRITISH COLUMBIA '      >  VICTORIA   EXPRESS,  ConnccLiug at Victoria with WELLS, FARGO &.CO.,  lor California. Oregon, tiic Atlantic States  and Europe.- .;  AND AT YALE AND LILLOOET WITH BARNARD'S  CAKIROO EXPRESS, ���������  For Big Bend, Cariboo and the Northern Mines,  Conveying Treasure, Valuables, Letters, Packages and  f    Parcels. .1-s  THE "CARIBOO SENTINEL*"  POBUSHBI)  T$YfiXT' :*MQNDAY .' AM).-.Tii"JB$������2_"fv  ���������.,';���������.��������� - ALLAr^GO^.PROrRr^fpirtsr'v ;  Ornc_^BA7?KBiFl\^iiE, -XViujjots Orrbk, CXRZb66r-  ��������� ��������� ��������� ." ���������'-;;,-��������� SubscrixVtio'n, $ 1 :'per- Week, f  (including .cost 'of������:de):very,)..Payaj>te. .to th. Canior.  ���������..' ������������������?:'  W^KErUl?-J AKE  R e s.t-a'���������'% r:'a.iit;. B a  er  XXX   ;;":.":.5ARKERyiLLE;'  _\Afi^SON^  friends that his ncvC'-.BILIilAKD SALOON; is now  oj)en, .where every attention ,\viil-be.paid:;totho corn'-  fort ol' his visitors..      .'ff'-.?,   \.f......'.if. .'������������������ 1 v ..;-��������� ���������,:-. ������������������..  THE BEST LlOOOFlS & GldARS  That can he obtiiced iu the market will always b������  i'ound at the-BAR.  With private entrance, aro attached to the Saloon.  Barkerville, 1st May,. 1867.- f Vs'  . QUESNELMOUTH ADVERTISEMENTS.  o���������  s  August Btalmpehl,  E:mxA ::K..Ef\  BARKERVILLE.'.;  A large ussortment of Boots and Shoes always on  hand. '���������'        . 1  Wone-third to the births, and one^iburth to tti  fflffi^leatbs registered in Ireland, to compensate  Wi{or defective registration, and this brings the  Mjwiisup to 1,0.1,819, and'the-deaths-to 689^  mm ������to. This 1 eaves ana tn r al i n e re ase o f J. 0 _5 0  ������ daily, v/hich:is reduced' to 45;). by deducting  ������ the recorded number of emigrants, viz., 204r-  mm'882, or o������1 daily.   There is no reeord of addL-  $m \p *1S to the %-iopuIation of the Un ited Kj\ig~  HB;<nJm by immigration.   The birth-rate ofthe  lyeitr in the United Kingdom was 35.47 per  ���������������4000, and tho death-rate ^3.03.     .  if .A hill posted on the walls of a country  ^Tillage, announces that " a lecture will be  ������:-delivered, in the open air, and. a, col lee tion  |Urad^ at thii door, to defray exi^ases/' ",  W,. ���������. Winnardy' ���������  BLACK SMITH;  BARKERVILLE  PARJS AND LONDON HOTEL  AND RESTAURANT,  ,  .     .RICHFIELD.  Ca?dsv Bill Heads,  Circulars,  Posters  and  ��������� Prograaames'ibr Balls and Theatrical'.  Entertainments,  Executed-with Neatness aud Dispatch at tin ..Office.  '".���������'.'���������:���������.."���������.'.  'JSSS^' Terms' Moderate,;^������_t.;-.."��������� ���������;.',...'.  0aribo6 Literary lDfstitiite  ���������        :      J. S��������� ��������� THOMPSON, Puesident; ;  .���������   JAMES ANDEUSON, Vzok^jussid'ext.:  JOHN MaCLAREN", 1)  ���������  JJit. W. B. WiLlCINSON, VDniECTons.  JOHN ADAIR,  otic;  IRIS  ��������� WILL RON AS FOLLOWS':  '  IuEAVSS   QUESNELMOUTH   ON  Thursdays ���������- and Sundays^  AS SIX O'CLOCK, A.M.,  LEAVES   SODA ."CfiEEK  ON    ';';  Tiiesdays ;::^^^'^:vA^^B  at i^ro;'pfCtqck.". ������"'uT'f: ���������pppff:_'  Quesnelmouth, May2nd,186T. f:l  JOHN BOWRON,  .Secretary & Librarian.  rplic undersigned have refltied this 'well known house  Jt ��������� w b ich -i_ n o wr open Tor th e ��������� accomoda ti on oi' th c  public,  Thi; Dnr w'Hl he supplied   with  the hest brauds oi  L1QUOK5 ������'ioil ("IflAiW.  jSSgr Meals and Beds furnisKed at all hours.  ���������    O. FONTAINE,  PBLiX POOCKOT,.  Proprietors.  "ftlohfieW, 1st-^y, 1S&T 1  npiIIS INSTITUTION at present contains about 500  J_ volumes oi Ctioicu Lit.cruLure,consisLingof Religious,,  fc'cienlilic, Illstori'cal, and Poetical works, and works oi'  Kiction.  Worcester's Large Pictorial Dictionary, Tire's Diction  ary ol* the Arts, Manufactures and Mines, Lipp.ncott's  Pronouncing Oazettecr of tlie. World, .and Homan's Cy-  clopedia of Cammcrco Will al\vays bo If ept in the room  for reference.  The Reading Boom will bo found supplied with tho  Ulcst KuglisIvScottishy Canadian, American, 'and Cola-  niol Papers und Magizines.  Tisiuts of Suusonii'Tiox��������� $o per quarter, or $2 per  month. Single volumes Loaned to noil-subscribers at  50 cts. per volume, with $1 deposit.  Persons not subscribers visiting the Hearting Room  and making use of the Books and Papers will be charged 25 cts/for each visit..  j������ST The 'Room will be open fromlO a.m. till 10 p. ni  -   ' ' f '.    .       JOHN BOWRON,,  1     ......-'. Eewetrary and Librarian* ���������  .QUESNELMOUTH,  BROWK& GJ&ilSj PitoPRiETOiis.  Good Beds; Restaurant; Billiard Table, &o  Stabling for Horses, Hay and Oats. ���������      s  COLONIAL' RESTAURANT, "  '','���������.. QUESNELMOUTH,     "  P. L. JOHNSON, PKOPitrKToa,  ���������  Meals at all hours, and Cooking of the best  (lescriptioa.     . *  -f.  T. N.HIBBEN & CO.  WILL FORWARD PROMPTLY, AT MOOBRATS 2*SE������������������i  XSagiish,   American,  French,   German*  ���������And other Newspapers and Periodicals.  St;nseiiirrioNst addi.s*, Poutaoa, payasls ty &$rx.x  ���������I5thilay,.:l$3*/-,    .    ****  mmm&mmm&mmm- '���������  **f*,^- $,..   _,-:\ \    s -  .  ���������   5   --4. \  ��������� "> -*v.,  ������������������..t *  "*   -       -1-W.-������   i  S-  It,*  *'" '" "/'**'���������;'".'"-   '"���������' ft'-'  ���������'��������� "���������"'���������' ;?"-'  ' ���������*.������������������;  -  : ^OTE'e^TOO'SENf INEL  ITIMi m* I       ������������������������...,. r,      ���������.-������,���������.���������������'���������     .    |_,   ill      I ��������� II.    lllirtrl    tfy t y MomAY, ju^e iif;imy yp  'ff. Agents for -the,.?.'.Cariboo Sentinel,  . .' .  ������������������ 33rouse Creek, ��������� fff ; ��������� " * -\. "���������,;:' ���������."''.;''������������������' -' '������������������ is..,McWha  ''���������".'. '<Qliosnelnvruth, ���������   "Sir.. Goudie;-Barnard*s Express Ofilce  'Yale,-    fff ft���������'���������__r;>Evans,- ; dp   .���������   . ���������     -.do  Xillooet;,.    -. __F.���������Y������". "Foster,      do   a"'ft;';'. do;    ;  v Jfew Westminster,.... > r >,, ;���������������������������     -      -    Clarkson & Co  f^^fffffffyfTU^^  jRig'-B?nd',M- "*--. - ��������� ������������������ * "��������� ;.��������� ;��������� 'Jag_; pullock, 'French/Creek  w-Titn Winkle,,; A j������.:������������������.;'*- ��������� ���������,.- - ���������  ..-*.;.:.... -.;'-', S, Edwards  ���������."������������������'������������������ '.--;-  ��������� TO CORRESBOXJDENTS.    . "��������� '/���������  ^/Al! communications'' must be accompanied by the  -seal name and address, of the. writer,: not necessarily  --;irt_h a view, of publishing the-same, but as security for  ������������������\Hisfeoodtuith. ���������;������������������''���������.,   '���������-.--t^ -^r   :     ;'���������;.���������;,:%      ���������������������������:  r.ffPPX XfX'-Xf. TO ^ADVERTISERS.-    a-  ���������������������������'"The"Cariboo.'Sentinol'*is-'pubfished every-Mon 1 ay  ������������������ahd'Thuriday.   Advertisements.intended for insertion  ���������_aust'herdelivi������red:at?latestat 6 o'clock, p.-m., tho day  ���������'before publicat^n.     ......     .   ��������� "*....���������    .".������������������ff    .  ;"'\v j6@*AU Advertisements,(cotin8ertod for any definite  .periutOwill' be continued until'ordered out and charged  ��������� |V.r a.ceor.d hydy.? ft-.: f-"-' 'f ��������� ��������� ��������� ���������- ��������� -- ~ yff-'.f ������������������  :tf '��������� '     FEMALE    SUl^RAUE.; :   '  fypL:-^&^l^^PP}}^3^4SL Bnj__lo5d^jBdi the^  Uni ted "Slates; b a v eincomeVb 61 d ly rfbrwafd in"  :.j^ripportof enfraiichisjngtiie fair sex. Amongst  : -others we may mention #3.'Mill,: one of the  .' Reading."spirits of tbe.day, \vh.ose. writings and  . ������������������: .poll cica t v vie ws are he id' to. be. th e g al d in g sta r  1 of political. ��������� liberty.^���������: "��������� _Jhat"Vvery;good- and  ~ ^ery ��������� I ear n e d m en sb oiiid be possessed by  i '��������� V croicii e ts and >ad van ceV-e r'ro ne o us op in i ens is  ; .-nothing/rieV,. 't!nsjhas;rpcpu^ all ages.  : van cl is p ossib lyX paly;;;;th e "hat {iral   b rder o f  ���������.   th i n gs .th at .res ii It iri- tb'e ��������� disco ve ry of "n e w  truths whijst..pnrsuing chlxnerasr' Higbly cul-  : f: ti rated minds are. fr t*iuvenl\f woriced'' up (b  :; Bitch a state pf e xalted ness ,that cpm mon seiise  !���������  is ea}irely^neutraiized, ��������� arid, thej necessities of  ��������� ?���������;.;& very-d ay 1 i fe are ���������; coih pleieiy ^ 1 bst; si ght o f.  ;. ���������-.-. We- have an example of \ this in'the; petition  ;.. wh i cji. h as. been fo iny.&deil' fro in .th e. ;U ri i y e rsi-  i];; )':tfl of Ca nib r i d ge to J;'tfif'^hgiishi \ Pa'rliamen t,  Advocating ,ihe,rexte)i?iai)i^c)f /the', suffrage. to  ���������fieihalesi 7 :TI>e snggestiQ&%t^^th.e, ancien t pbiI_ j  '��������� v oso'n b er. m a v h a ve-. h ee h^d rre c t Sv he n" be said  y?*i.(Iiatitthey^���������_who. travei^f\in_.pthe]pxiratiit of  ^.^wisdo ni, :;wai k; inXnfjcii i*c! e,* anjd -after al I their j  tention lately, appea. * to us as merely an ar>;  ful device "of the aristocracy, who, under .th������  appearance of opposition, to the agitation, are  in reality secretly fostering the principle of  universal suffrage. By this move they destroy  the power ofthe great .buhvark of the.people  ���������the intelligent middle class���������which by the  extension of the suffrage to the uneducated  masses, will be entirely^ swamped. '. The aristocracy will by this means-be enabled.tb control the. elections, freed from the. wholesome;  check always imposed upon.them by the mfd-.  die.class;   How completely hoodwinked the  Liberals have been,  to. have thus wilfully  committed suicide  by throwing  themselves  into the snares laid for; them by the Tories I  Such a fatal blunder is aimost incomprehensible in this nineteenth century;   The ladies  .of.England are the most unsuspicious creatures in the world, and allow themselves, in  their innocent good nature, to be* made, the  laughing-stock of the world.   What^between  bloomers, and female doctors, and French:  crinoline, chignens, arid  painted lap dogs,  they have almost forgotten their own native  attribute, which made them the best of wives  and daughters under the sun.   Oh! for the  ;   days of onv gnindmothei's,- even-though they  wore their waistbands Undertheir armpits.  If their dress was/not the most unique.or elegant, we could put up with that, aB it-left  ^,^,.. ff, Y. ",..���������:  ...  _ L^i,.Every.-*beauty Tree. *.   To sink or swell, as heaven .pleases.'"  Then a perfect sillabub was possible. We  were never muoh given to home-made wines,  but the preserves were first rate. Pastry  being made with proper materials: might be  eaten without the fear of being poisoned. Our  linen always bore the proper Complement of  buttonc, and was of the most unsullied whiteness. . Ladies, be less strong minded, for in  your present frame of mind, though we are  loath to admit it; we are afraid of y������ii. Be  more natural, return to your own position in  the bbusehold, and leave politics and political  disenssions; to those whose peculiar province  it more properly belongs.  NEW ADVERTISEMENTS  yyyx^yxyyR^oVAL,  'fftif ff': fif.-- DEALER IN' .  HBOCEElESi JECABWABE, CLOTHING,  ^ ffif fff-fafti^G;t ETC.,.  yxyxyf^A^KTB^y' TL L E.  ^ Has removed to his; NEW STORE, opposite  OCCIDENTAL HOTEH        v  13  If  ;^^:o;|i^a2it.   Collector,  fy';tfXffyf;yffyi>.;Y-~Axp���������.       ..   . ���������  C Q M MIS SIO N     AGENT,  y'^;;;;^^^ >  ft 6fftcr-4-6pposite-Ki OuMO'e Bwewbay.  ":'. June 17,1867. ;o f..r ���������;��������� -.";, . t-,^' 1;: X,.  f, f , ��������� X  13  NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.  HOTEL   DE   ra^NcE  LECUYER & LEBRON, PRoPRtBTeEg   ;-'  A RE READY TO ACCOMMODATE EVDR? ov^i  il. the above Establishment.    Yf{ .;���������...... * WiU������l  GOOD FARE AND GOOD BEbil!  Bftrtcerville, 27th May,' 1867.     ���������"���������-. <   V '.    "{  OPPENHEIMER&CO.  WHO LESA L E  IVIER CHARTS  BARKERVILLE.  .'      'u'  THE "CARIBOO SENTINEL'?  THE STOGK: OF -THIS.' OFFICE ,^^^ HAVING .BEEN  considerably augmented by!tho recent itnportution  of a variety of new Oruamental Type, peculiarly sailed  for  Posters, Circulars, Cards,.  ;  _. _ "Billheads. Programmes for  Balls; Concerts, ana  '���������','...'���������     Theatrical Entertainments.  Orders for any description of Job Work will he executed with neatness and despatch. .  jg_p Terras modcrste. ^5*      ���������  Oarrier and Ex|>:  . Between Richfield, Barkervllle aiid Cameronton ��������� I  Healsokeep3, in connection with, theabowbM  ness. a' LIVERY STABLE at; Richfteld^ where hSS;  can be' hiretl T>y the" dny or -week; au_ _a'kl_0s of $  is sold at reasonable.prices. ; ^  Kew Englanct _ Bakerj}  '���������' BARKi5R-^LL_l'"'~r"  BELLA. UNION  SALOON,  KEPT BY  Mrs, Fanny Bendixen,  BARKRR\qT_T_E. .'���������  TTflLL BE OPENED TODAY, WHE V PIE5, Wjn  VV CoiTue, etc., nriy be had at all hours. .  On and alter the 'FIRST JUNK next, a LUNeff  HOUSE will be opened, in .connection wlth'theabon  establishment, when CHOPS, STEAKS, etc., will It I  served al the shortest notice     ....  /$2r Bread������������������__���������' loaf, 60 Cents. -^  ���������'���������.'. 'JACOBiUUEri  19th May, 1S67. j  ;���������������  lab or, a fc il as t re tii vtijo. T^hlr^t itn atrrve;; ignotf  \ r:y twee ffy Vie. are prepai^aito, admit however  :;iy^^fe?^LP'������vr._>cjetratipucm^.j*pqa^t_faialt. aiid that  ;: '���������;��������� ������������������������������������& dee per-to oti ye; Tnipy^ b e{^the. i ound a tion of.  ' }��������� the ��������� desi re to eri franch ise women | Engl ish  ; :statistics give, the. P^eppoderapee; in ��������� ���������.hum b er  Xftb. tub", fair sex. -so:; th a i :tb faghr ty suppo rted b y  -' their votes must aecessai'ily be in the ascend-'  ;;.vv������nk  .The result is easily^ fo.rseen ; '"wealth  ; 'and ran k; wo u 1 d iri e v. "tab l& take the j ead, an d  ��������� ���������men like J. S Mill.supporting the movement  under the^ impression.. thi^i.they:"., are. serving  - .the 1 i beral cause, would fee hu rt by their own  .-weapons. ; Let us imagine.iwo candidates in  . the:(leId seeking the support of the ladies ;  ..one a bewhiskered scion of^a noble house, the  representative of tory principles.    He gives  . q. grand l> a 11 to ������������������ w h ic h :\ al lithe 1 ad ies of the  .town are invited ;   he dances to perfection,  ;; flirts in a most fascinating manner, and pops  ..-': the question for. a vote ia a" most irresistible  way. Who can doubfc the nattire pf the reply ?  would she say -'ask papa^J-Np'.! because ber  -��������� vote is something she associates with party  colored ribboiis; and is of��������� no.; other, to her  mind, palpable importance.;   so she readily  .i'^ives .her"vote to the man who. wins her good  o))Iniohi Le t us 111 r n n o w to th e I i bera! can -  did ate, the man of the people. He is a retired   liuendrnper, a self educated  man;  his  ' "position in Hie has always "kept him "outside  the ):ale of aristocratic society. .He is a mid-  Tdle ngeil; man : with very ��������� s4uar^ shoulders  anVl having a rather  portly   figiire, does'nt  dance.   In his canva3singhe affects tea .par-  -tUi$ and dinners.. His address, though always  ��������� marked by good, sound common sense, has  . .iio sp ar k 1 e abon fc 11.'. Th u s li \s' success would  3^e confined to single ladies of an uncertain  age and the better halves of gentlemen of his  own political viev/s, and'*yen this to a limited  extent under the most favorable cirenrastan-  " e'es.   ,Whftt would avail  all his sturdy eloquence in favor of universal  liberty when  addressed to a mamma with three or four marriageable daughters who  have  been  invited  to my lord . Tomnoddy's picnic, or a soiree  dansanto given by the hon'c Lumly Flashing-  ton ?   Wonfd his plain honest face bear comparison with the white teeth and fascinating  simper of the tory candidate?   Alas, no I The  ladies would, as a general rule, fall into the  toils of the lordling.   Don't be angry ladies.  Tf we have told a little more truth than prudence would have dictated in view of our  anxiety.on all occasions to stand well in your  eyes; we have done it as journalists and will  recant.the first time we meet.     Our private  opinion* is that tbe life of man: signifies but  An1 t'werena for iho lassos o'.  .State, or, the Roads.-���������We ,had ^occasion in  our last issue-to refer to the. inipassrable state  of the road, in places;, "Jet ween/Vatf Winkle  and Quesnelmoiith. but we are ^informed by  passengersl.whp came in by iastExpress, that  tbe road between: CarpenterV ^ahch and  Deep Creek is in a mpst depioraliieCondition,  jso. much so that a team ofreight bullb^ks had  to bo employe*! to drag tfie em'piy s'fage wagon-a distanee^f five miles-* while-the- passengers'had tb^flo under through "the oiutl- as best  they ^ould.- The Government are grossly to;  blame iu thus allowing the roads-to1 get into  such an impflssable state while they continue  to: co 1 leet such heavy ro.sid tolIs /rom - the  pud 1 i c. We are assu r^d th at if "jpnieth ing is  not done soon, it will be utterly impossible'  for freight wagons to get throngh at all.  We understand Mr. Richardson, agent for  the Western Union Telegraph Co., is at present at Quesnelmouth, and will be Bere in a  few days, for tbe purpose of making arrangements for the extension of the line to this  creek.  _^* If you want good Coffee use Fell's.  OT I CE.  THIS SALOON, WHICH IS FITTED UP IK THE  most-elegant style, has just been opened to the  public.'. None but the best brands of LIQUORS and  CIGARS served at tbe Bar.  There is a PRIVATE. SALOON for. the accommoda-.  tion of customers. / c  ;  June 10tb, 1867. '.';'.    ...        '"   . ���������  "trn  f  n:  JUST ARRIVING, IN PRIME? ORDER,   AND !_|  sale at reasonable prices:        .'  .     Q UOCE RIES. ETC., ETC.  Sugar curod Hams and Bacon,  Eastern Batter, C&  fornia fresh ditto in Rolls, Dried Peaches, Old Mi  LOST  ABOUT THE BEGINNING OF DECEMBER LAST,  between Richfield and Barkerville, a POGKKT  BOOK,, containing a note for $83 00, drawn by  the Brown Co., Lowhee, in favor ofthe undersigned ;  also a Time Book, belonging to the Plumbago Co. , The  sub'scriber will bo obliged by any one finding the  above, leaving the same,at the Office of this paper. .  -���������.-. ���������-.: fff     ,..  PAUL HOHM.        ' J  BarkerviUe, 8th June, 1_>67. s'      ;������������������.;���������.2w:-:;;;  .C O S M O P O LI T A N V  Restaurant and  Bakery,  '   ."..BARKERVILLE."  THE UNDERSIGNED HAVING THOROUGHLY RE-  novated his Establishment, has re-opencd thesame  for,the, accommodation ��������� of. the Public, and trusts . to  merit a share of .their patronage. His Bakery has also  undergone repair; and; he. is now ready to .execute  orders from all who wish good bread.  Coal ..Oil,, Macaroni and Vermicelli,   Oystwi'^cbiii]  Tobacco, etc:, etc. --*���������*,- .  '���������'������������������; DRY OOODS^KTCm.-ETC.  Baltic Shirts, Working ditto, .Jumper ditto, M  Pants,-Moleskin ditto, Gotd tlitto, CassimiJre clii.-  Cassimere Hats, Fur ditto, Woollen Socks, Merino Jo,  Suspenders,' Turkish Tow.els_, f>a per Colin re,. NcckU^  Rubber Boois, dittojDoats, Undershirts- anUDnwtni  great va"riet>\ also Coats, etc.;-etc. ".* * ���������* ���������;       ���������  Thankful ibr .past favor?, wc respectfullr solicit!^  patronage of one and all. Our stock.this season will t������  much larger,- and more varied thaii anv former vctr. .  v.?-- -j.H. Torm'.co.  Barkerville, May 18, 1867.      . *           /:   In-  FOR SALE  JuhelOth, 186^  JACOB VELTJB, Proprietor.  11-s  In. the matter of the Estate and Effects of  REMI DAZET, late of Williams. Greek,  Cattle Dealer, deeeased, intestate.  ,4 LI. PERSONS WHO ARE INDEBTED. TO THE  I'Y above Estate, are required to.pay tlie amounts  due forthwith, and all persons who have any claims  against the above Estate, are required to send in their  acc^mnison or before the-EIGHTH day of SEPTEMBER, 1867, to     :.      .   CHAS. E. POOLEY,  Official Administrator.  .Dated Lytton, 8th June, 1867. 13  NOTICE.  Baot attd Sli&einateeift  BARKERVILLE.  BOOTS AND SHOES 3IADE TO ORDER AT THE  r hortest notice .Gum Boots... repa i red, and WARRANTED WATER TIGHT, ; and all other work connected with bis business executed, with NEATNESS  and DISPATCH. . ���������  A COMPLETE SET  OF   EXTRA, STRONG LVDlli  Ru b b er Hyd raul ic Hose, togeiher wi lb Pipes asi |  Nozzles thereto belonging, for sale cheap; :i ft     : i  For particulars, apply .to Mr..F.W.'LAaMElST������B1  Richfield.;.-; ,v       :������������������= :f- ff -f.-fA^ *?.���������. f:f.f ' '  ���������' 26th May, 1867. ^f :.'���������'.". fff-^ a fffff :  June 6th, 1867;  ite cariboo Sentinel Ofllce. -^i  TAKES THIS METHOD OF INFORMING BB  X friends ond the public generally, that nc\;hasciv.  iarged and lilted up his SHAVING' fcfALOONJ iaasup*  nor manner, having secured the services of ah efllciett  ass is tan t, he is now prepared ���������? to, operate in ���������  satist'actory manner in ail branches"of-the TONSORIAI  art.' ���������. ��������� (        i -.:, ���������      ; y-   ,-;���������     ���������������������������  He also begs to call the attention of the iadiea lo bV"  lm  Iu.  fTAVING SOLD OUT OF THE NE*V EL DORAPO  11 S ilonn, Birkerville, this is to inform those who  aro indebted" to tho undersigned, thiit ho has put his  accounts into the banda of J. K. SUTER forcnll.-ction.  JAME^ BURDICK.  loth June, 1867. ������������������ 13.3.  Cariboo Literary Institute  J. S. THOMPSON, Puesidbnt.  /JAMES ANDERSON, ViCK-PnESiDENr.  MOTJTTET ���������"���������& Co,v-  V      ;'���������_,    RICHFIELD,  WHOLESALE   &   RETAIL   MERCHANTS.  A LWAYS ON HAND, CALIFORNIA AND ISTHMUS  xjl Butter, at $1 25 per lb.  , Sole Agents lor Girod & Guichon, Quesnelmouth."'  June 10th,. 1867. . n.s  ftf  the.Toflet.  He also calls attention to his unrivalled Hair Restf  ative, guaranteeing\to.stop hair from. fa].|.ini;<������(������'������  one week, und in reamnable time restoring Hair WJ9  former state and color.    . fff"  Also Gentlemen's furnishing Goods ; finest as������o*';  ment of Shirts, Underclothes, Neck'Ties. Scarfs, etc.:  27th May, 1867 X a. . ���������fttTl������  JOHN MacLAREN,  JOSEPH Gl.EARIHUE,  JOSEPH PARK  Directors.  rm  ie great reform rnoroment   in   England  which nas occupied so muck of the public at-  TiHIS INSTITUTION  IS NOW   OPEN  AT  BARKER-  ville, where it is now fitted up with a view to the  comfort and convenience of the people of Ciriboo.  The Reading Room will bo found s.uppl'iod with thc  latest English, Scottish, C.madian, American and Co-  loni il Papers an i Migazines.  ��������� Tv'rm3 of Subscription���������So per Qu-irter, or $2 per  M^nth. Single volumes loaned to non-subscribers at  50 cents per volume, with $1 deposit.  Persons not subscribers, visiting the Reading Room,  and making use of the Books anci Papers, 2d cents for  ouch vi?it. - ������������������'���������.,..  The Room wiil be open from TEN, A.'M., till TEN,  P.'iL fc   '���������      JOHN BOWliON, -  '..������������������--' Secret ry and Librarian.   .1  N. B. ���������A fine asaortcaent of Books and Stationery (s j  always kept for sale. \z-o  Steele's Restaurant,  RICHFIELD.  H.STEELE BEGS TO INFORM HIS OLD FRIENDS  . and Patrons, that ho has opened his OLD STAND,  where he will be glad to see them. ��������� ;  June 10th, 1867.  $3T Meals at all Hours -^t  11-s  FE  TON    SAL OO  RICHFIELD.  HE UNDERSIGNED. HOPES HIS OLD  PIONEER  fn.nds will give him a turn, as he has experienced  heavy weather lately. E. F. EDWARDS  Juno 6th, 1867. - Formerly of Edwards' Ranch.  as  EXPRESS   NOTICE.  A FTER THIS DATE, BARNARD'S EXPRESS ...  ������L not responsible for damage on LIQUIDS shipne.I iu  Tm or Glass, unless by special contract.  Until lurther notice, .the Express will arrive h.-re  ^WSWDAV AFTERNOON,1 anu do e for below  every TUESDAY, at NIKE o'clock, P. M.  ,.'.., r ROBERT POOL;  BatfawUlo, ������ay_9th, 186T.       '*'"''  ^^  FASHION SALO  BARKERVILLE,  '     f  WILLI A MiS   GREEK.  >pnE PROPRIETORS BEO   LEAVE TO  ANKOUKCS  1 to the public that they have enlarged. rel'uriiisM  nnd thoroughly renovated their capacious aud ft������"  ionabie saloon, sparing neither pains nOr expensed  the comfort of their Patrons. ,     ,.  This is now the largest aud most complete Saloon "  nn'LLsh Columbia : c������jnsisting of three hirgo septtiaj  apartments,   viz.:   CARD. ROOM,   BAR BOO������,"���������������'  BILLIARD  SALOON, containing ' three suptTl). ������"  LIAR!) TABLES. rt  Tho  ben  LIQUORS and CIGARS obtainable, &"  served here.   This establishment is under tlw ������w������ie'.  diate superintendence of the Proprietors.  ; -��������� nnV  ADLER & BAIW.  Juno 6th, 1867. 4m _  Dissolution of Partnership  THE COPARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE f^}f&t  > between FRED. BLACK and CHARLES WAbJ^  malJ mining speculations, is this day .^^Tiini  consequence of the said Charles Waldeh not ������** j  complied with any of the conditions contain^ x������ ;  instrument executed by the above named P*"'���������* b#  business transactions will in future he carriea ou  tho undersigned. -* '   "    -X  8fl*kerviU^ Yth Ja������&; IS^T "   " * n  m  C  1 dies lo til  staotiy is b  Pulil'iift I111H  rtides^K;; |  .irKtf^HH  lair to' ia jf^_^/  S_H3_������S_3*.  _,   &"#&l  st aacf'i^pSix?  rfs, etc. jlfe&i  ON,|fc  H  - H  1  .,������Pra_i  uruished. jigR  ���������  uu f������i  pensfiftfl  '        In IIP  Saloon IB gpgsJ  B3I  Ill  ������  $SS  IP  aL0K.\ '���������/:.  *****lD ISl  1 i,aviD��������� ssi  lies. AJ g������&'  ilea  c ' , _____������������������<  iJ*r IK"'  &���������������������  fif  SIM  _2_E^=  IffieiRIBOOSENTIIEt  :_____���������__j^___ ,,.:-,-:.^:���������.      ���������    ==s  :    MONDAY, JUNE 17, 1SG7. "���������',' .   '  CARIBOO MARKETS,  Owing to the large importations received  T>y merchants within 'the last-fortnight, stocks  of every, description are- now abundant, and  ,tf anything.) prices'have a downward tendency.  .Freights from Yale for the first-, trip,* haye  been averaging from 18 to 20 cents, including  road tolls,- but>contracts are, being made for  the second trip at from 10 to 15 cents.  . WHOLESALE.,.:   '"���������:���������  EETAtl.  Flour. (Soda Creek) $20 00 ty 10O ft* $00 00 (������> $00 00  . ���������"        (Lillooet)  ... 18 00 "# 100 lb      00 00 @   00 00  "   (Golden Gate)    22 00 # 100 ft  Bacon," ' ��������� ���������    65ct3t_V__>-  liira, . . ���������   00     ."  Sugar,.;  '���������  ��������� -   30 ������ 33  .Bonn.-!, 00  ��������� Candles, (American,) ���������.'  do    (English-,)  'Butter'  Tea, (U.S.)  .    *��������� " (H.B.Co-)  CofToe, (Fell's gr'fl,  do.' greenj  -Cheese,  ' Tobacco,       ...": _*_  'Rice,.(Chinese). ���������  Lird,  ��������� Driod-Apples,.  Nails,  Yeast Powder  "'^trrBtjotsj*^   Liquors (Best).    ���������  Cigars (Havana)  Beef,  'Pork, (fresh) ���������  ���������Mutton, ���������';���������-.'_'  potatoes,  00 00������   00 00  $0 62 $ ft  $0 62   "  'S7@40   '���������  -.  &7 " ;���������  $14 00 $box  ���������0  00  00  00  00  00  00  00.  00  00  00  00  *<  Ii  *'  20 00  It    ";  1 00  flrh  0 75  ������������������-u -  1 25  ti  1 00  .-:������ ���������  62-  <t  0 75  ..it'.  2 50 ���������  ti  $6 00  oo * "'������������������  ���������glOlfeein.  so ������������������;'$���������&  87  $6 00 $ doz  ^HO-^GaBe-^ia @. $15_H.pAj.C,  $6 00 ^-gallon  $120 $130 @: $140 $1000  ; 2u @ 30 cts $ ft  . 62 ���������  . V ���������  ; ,S5@.4o ���������;���������:.;���������������������������������  "������������������Xfffffi   ,12 *':  00  CO  00  oo  -00  Sprino.���������The meadows, fiats and gulches-  that are either by nature ��������� or -.art denuded of  the heavy growth of sombre pines, everywhere  present, begin to give evidence of the fell iug'  effects..of the vernal rays of old So], *. by \ the  magical   eelerity   with - whica:: vegetation  springs up around;us.   We cannot -It is Arne.  "boast of tha floral beauty that bedecks; .the  valleys, of: the staboard which doubtless-, at  this moment present "a pleasing aspect,; but  rour mountains-are mot devoid of a tfare- and  --.,.. v. f -MINING .INTELLIGENCE.  .1.     '"WILLIAMS CREEK.".*"    *   .   ' *  Tt'wi>hld'be-useless to disguise.tbe.fact..that  mining operations on the creek, so far as that  portion of it dependent on the Bed Roclc  Drain is. concerned, have been at a complete  standstill for over a week past, producing an  alarming depression in all branches of trade,  And KttKwonder* when ,it is considered that  nearly 200 men have been thrown out of remunerative employment, hy the late accident  to. the drain. The damage, however, is being  repaired with all possible haste, and several  claims will be. enabled to commence ' work  this weelc. j. others will follow, as tbe repairs  progress; until aU will be at work again inside  of a couple of weeks. On Saturday,the water  was lowered in the Baldbead shaft to within  two feet of the bottom. It is therefore highly  probable they may be. enabled to resume  work this week., At the upper end , of the  creek, tbe Mountain co, are steady at work,  and making from $6 to $7 a day to the hand.  They have averaged this rate of pay since the  middle of April.���������Bradley-Nicholson co. have  commenced to clean up their ground sluice,  which does not pay so well as they expected.  They have also run a tunnel into the bill*175  ieet, where they found a channel, but have  not prospected it yet���������Taylor co. have commenced ground sluicing.���������-Deadwood co. are  in 45 feet with an incline, by which they intend -working ���������ground-back-ki--tbe~:.ij.iny. .where,  they found good prospects.���������Jenny Lind co.  have bottomed; their shaft at 50 feet, and find  fair prospects,���������Henrietta co. have bottomed  their shaft at 30 feet, and will c'ommenco  washing to-day.���������-Forward '������������������ co. are making  Very little at present���������Casket co. are making  wage3.���������McLaren co. washed but six or seven  ounces last week, from the surface dirt washed off by hydraulic.���������The Wilson, Brouse,  Dutch Bill, Nick Bailey, Steadman, Six-Toed  Pete, Cornish, Tontine and San Francisco  companies^ are all ground sluicing, and will  not wash up for two or.three weeks.���������The  Burns; Tunnel co. liave got their galvanized  iron hydraulic hose fitted up, and are making  such progress on the hard bank-with'their  powerful pipe, that they expect to be. taking  out pay in the course of a few weeks.���������Chipps  GJIOU.E CItEKK.  -There has beeabut little pay taken out on!  this creek during the -past-week,-as. most of  the Companies at tbe upper end-are engaged  ground aluicihg; ��������� The Black Hawk co., which  was paying so well  lately, have run  against  Wautiftil display of botanical specimens that  perhaps,canuo.t bo found elsewhere, affording tot������re^  >������ as they do a.pleasiug.relief to the eye; after a  protracted period of subw and: frost. \ The  yesterday will:do  high rock on their outer lines; and will, it is  thought, have to sink a new shaft, in order to  follow,the lead.���������The Heron claim/begins to  look better than it did.���������-The Blind Channel  co. are hot on bed rock yet, but are preparing to wash.^-Tbe.Big Bond co., immediately  below,* have struck a heavy wash, of boulders  m.their shaft, andean find a small prospect. ,  lOWHEfi iqEEEK. V ..  ^Knowing the shortness of the season during  which- water can. bo pTocured' on this creek;  every miner appears to. be alive to the necessity of making the foest possible use of the  present plentiful supply, by running off, in  ground sluice and jbydra^ltc claims, as much  of the surface as they conveniently can, and  consequently will.not commeuce to take out  pay till the water begins to fail.  Jenny Liud co. have had the misfortune of  getting their tunnel filled up with tailings, in  consequence of a break .in the yaughan-  Sweeney co.'s ditch ; they are endeaVoring to  elean it out;���������Vaugban-Sweeney.: and,:Kelly,  Patch companies are hydraulicing.���������Plumbago co. are still working on old ground, and  making good wages.���������Moorhead co. are com-  ���������^\Q������*Jtej.Stejin ug_���������Sage Miller eo* are  making an ounce a (lajylollie;harld7;y.-tfT*:  ���������������������������;;; shgar cheek. *   -    ���������  Three companies are now at work on this  creek^ ;!ThV_rst is the Armstrong co., located  at its mouth, who are busy ground sluicing.���������  Ottawa co. are:sinking a shaft, iu which, at  the depth' of 12 feet, they struck a bed of  quicksand,, but are getting through it without  much difncuHy.-^Discovery Tunnel co. are  still washing, but have not as yet found any  big pay. X. ���������'- /'���������:.......  warm showers   that fell  tnuch to stitnulato vegetation aud clothe our  bare h lack, soil with a luxuriant'' ver dure'.  Sf t0FJ?\ctA& 'Gitsxtess^The B rl^ _.sn. ipptoiiisfe,at  the risk of beingdubbed the Goverhment Or-  ^an or the;Court Journal, ��������� ventures to* make  public the fact that Hon. Mr, Birch will; start  for;EhglamX on the steamer that; will leave  Victoria about the 1st July. ��������� -Mr.- Staple^on,  Governor Seymour's brother-in-law,- will' ac^  company Mr. Birch. Neither of these gentlemen will, in aU human probablity, again visit  this colony*. -Mr. Birch will be succeeded as  Colonial Secretary by W. A. G.Young, whose  long and efficient service under the Island  <"r0vernirientih a similar position have gained for him a well-deserved popularity in the  colony as well as at the Colonial Office. ��������� Mr.  Franklyn.of Nanaimo, has really been superseded by Mr. Spalding, who, with his family  aud furniture, left Westminster in the gunboat Forward yesterday.  Important DiscovERY,^-We 'hear that the  Hudson Bay Company's agents have discovered a practicable pass through the coast range  via Gardner's Inlet, Lake Francais and Lake  Fraser to-Fraser River. Goods landed at  Gardner's Inlet may be carried through the  coast range to Francais Lake, where they will  be put in canoes and boated through Fraser  Lake and its feeders to Fraser. Kiver aud  Quesnelmouth.���������B. Colonist.  Cottonwood Bridgr.���������Tho bridge which  crosses the Cottonwood river, is in a very precarious state, in consequence of the large  quantity of driftwood which has become entangled with the cribbing. If not cleared  bridge is likely to bo  New El Dorado co.; have discovered a chan  nel iu the hill, in-the "rear ofthe old Diller  claim, but have not bottomed, it yet.���������Australian co. are sinking a shaft in the street of  Barkerville, opposite the chiirch.-V-Hiberiiia  co. are taking out a little pay .-^Morning Star  cb. are making -wages:--Davis co..washed .up  for the week 99 02.���������Aurora co. washed up on  Thursday 68 oz., and yesterday 74 oz!, making  142 for week.���������Borealisco. washed upyestor-  day 47 oz.���������Never Sweat co. have got in with  their tunnel 200 feet, and:, struck, pay /gravel J  three feet io thickness.; they wili commence  washing to-day.���������Last Chance and Cameron  companies will commence washing to-day.���������  Raby co. are preparing to wash.���������Prairie  Flower co. are making wages.���������Forest Rose  co. have got their steam engine at work, on  the back shaft. They are engaged in cleaning out their drifts, and will commence washing this week.  ;-.; ��������������������������� ...caxton creek.  The latest accounts from thi3 quarter are  very^encouraging. j The arrastra of the Wash-  burne co. will not.be in running orjier before  the beginning of next week. The delay is  occasioned by the foreman, Mr, Christie, having got hishand hurt.*- Lifting has been re^  8umed| ori' the ledge, and rockT far richer than  any .heretofore fountl, is being obtained in a  dril^.;o2. fecit;from the"surface. We were  shown a piece of rock yesterday-by Mr. B. P:  Ande'rsoti, said to be a fair sample of the  ledge,which wasliterally Speckled with heavy  [nocTules of the precious metal.. 1-When, the ar?.  rastras.are once started, and'if properly man-  age^iwe exoecttd hear of some startliog de-J  velopments m this ledge.  TELEGRAPHIC.  away at onoe, the bridge is iuceiy to bo seriously damaged, if not completely swept  away.  Silver and Lead Discoveries.���������A piece of  rich rock, weighing 150 pounds, has been  blasted from tlie Cherry Creek ledge. Samples of lead ore from Shuswap Lake assayed  at Westminster, have yielded at the rate of  64 per cent, of lead and $23 of silver to the  ton.���������B. Coloaist.  New Crkek.���������It is reported at Quesnelmouth that some 200 Chinamen are at work  on a creek -about forty miles to the west of  Terry creek, and are in aid n g, ace 0 rd ing to  their own admission, from $5 to $6 a day.  The Express arrived yesterday afternoon,  bringing a large Eastern mail and a number  of passengers, among whom were Messrs. J.  T. Scott, McMurphey, Cohen, W. Farron and  three prisoners, vtz., Barry and two Indians.  The steamer. Oriflam me arrived at Victoria  on Thursday last, on her way to Sitka.  ;" One bumper at parting*" as the man  a  CON'KLINS GULCH.  The United co. washed tip for the week 54  oz.. They expect to do well this week.���������Reid  co. will commence washing to-day. They can  get a dollar to the pan in the gravel near  their middle shaft,  STOUTS GULCH.  Dnring the present dull and depressed state  of the times, it is cheering to know that this  gulch at least, begins to give promise of a  good yield ofthe precious metal this season.  The Floyd co. are busy repairing the damage done to their tunnel, by the late bill slide,  and will resume ground sluicing iu a few  days.���������Alturas co. are just beginning to take  out big-pay from their shaft. They have not  yet commenced to wash from their tunnel, but  will be able to do so during the week. The  first wash up on Tuesday was 15 oz. j on Friday, 75 oz., and on Sunday, 50 oz., making for  week, 140 oz.���������Taftvale co. having failed by  sinking from the surface,(on account of water)  to tap the shaft they raised, are now opening  up an old tunnel, with the view of drainingit.  They expect that by continuing the tunnel 60  feet further, their object will be attained.  This company have certainly had many difficulties to contend against, la their endeavors  during the past three years, to get their claim  in working order, but they are now in a feiir  way of realizing their reward, for the ground  is undoubtedly rich.���������Jenkins co. are making  from- $10 to $12 a day to the band, in working from their lower, shaft.���������MuchoOrOco.  are do ing w ell. They washed upon Friday  51 oz., and will have for the week a little over  50 oz.���������-Derham co. are washing, and making  small wages.���������El Dorado co. are making small  wages.���������Emery co. have not struck pay yet.  MINK GULCH.      ���������  The Perseverance so. have started to pump  out their shaft, This will be.the fourth year  the company have undertaken to prospect  this gulch ; it is to be hoped that their perse-  vera-.e* (1) will m������<_fr with ita suitable remxd*  ��������� Xf-XXX '''f    M'CULLUMS GULCH.  t j.wo companies are at work on this gulch,  and-making good wages. .......  CANADIAN OREBK.  ���������Clear Grit co. are. running a tunnel into the  hill, and finding encouraging prospects.���������  Miller co. will commence sinking as soon as  they complete their, ditch.    fXTf  NBI_SOX  CREEK*  .  A strike is reported on this creek, but we  have been unable to glean the particulars.  - , {From the 'British Colombian.'_  ,. Lcindon.-'Slay' 2M^-L6rd Derby.r o&^offr  cially announced that the' American question  will-bo ~.ami6ably,Kadiu_ited notwithstanding  arbitration has been refuse*!." :'" ���������'"' *' f ��������� ���������*">*,*  . London^ May 28ch.���������The House of Commons adopted the clauses *of the Reform-bill  ex ten ding the franchise, excep ting that regarding the redistribution of seats in Parliameut-.  -The Lords.to-night passed a bill continuing  the suspension of the habeas corpus in Ira-  ���������land.. .    , ;."        ������������������ .'   '   ; v ��������� ;.  Cork, May 28th.���������O'Brien was ecu teheed t������  be hanged. .���������'..������������������.  Baden, May 28th.-���������The Government denlea  the report that the fortifications have been  strengthened and the armament*: of the. oity  of Rastadtincreased.*"���������'���������"���������-*.  London, May 28th^���������Oa the 7th Cardinal  Cullen had. an interview with the Lord-Lieutenant of Irelandv aud advised him to epard  the lives of tho Fenians. Influential deputations continue to arrive in Downing street  praying for clemency. Prayers were offered  yesterday iu all ihe churches in Dublin to im  clihe the royal mind': to clemency. Earl  Derby tendered a Cabinet recommendation to  ��������� mercy, and the Qtieen assonted after. a ni%ht.'������:.  anxious consideration. The Miaistetal an-  UounCenrent was "received with cheers in both  Houses.    ....  - ...E^**LP0 _fej!ays tQe sentence of Burke was  re 111 i tte^b^cait^^aT'CabfitcV~ht& ^recery ������<4~  overwhelming evidence from the people that  clemency was the best policy.' ...!.".  ..Paris, May 29tb.���������TWFrench army is to ba  reducedv'.      ;"'',,' ""."' '���������;������������������������������������  Madrid, May 19th.���������Tiic Spanish Govern-.  ment!is seriously considering the abolition of  slavery in all the Spanish colonies.  New York, May 29th.���������The Heralds t>p'������r  cial from Toronto says munitions of war ia.  large quantities are going towards the bor*  L der secretly.   A number of supposed Fenians  are in St..Albans^   Fifty ; thousand' men ar������  reported to bd ready to take the field. ���������.  ��������� The Tribune says it is reported that th6  President of the Fenians will leave for Europe;  on Saturday next to visit Paris, Rome, Madrid  Florence, Turin, Berlin and Vienna, to confer  will  The Crops.���������We have been favored by Mr.  J. R. Adams with an approximate estimate of  the quantity of wheat sown by farmers, be-'  tween Quesnelmouth and Bridge creek, this  spring.   Of course the following figures refer  to wheat alone, although on most ofthe farms  oats and barley are extensively cultivated ;  some of the farmers raising nothing else, the  land being unsuited for wheat.   At Elmore's  and the Australian ranch, nearly 250 acres  have been laid down in%barley and oats.   The  late rains have  done a groat deal of good to  the orops. In giving them a start at a time  when it would have been, in many cases, necessary   to  resort to irrigation ; and at no  time during any previous year it is said, did  the crops look   better   than they do now,  wheat ou some farms being already nearly  two feet high :  McLecse & Sanay,   -  Dunlcvy k Co.,    -   ������  Cpibrajth & Co., * ,* .  T. Mitmafoe,   -   *   -  Pincbbock & Co.,    ���������  Meldrum,     -   -   -   ���������  Isnardi,      ���������   -' r' ���������  Roso&Co.^ .   .   -   -  Bowie & Co.,   -  Phillips & Co., -   -   -  Chinese Co.,   -   -   -  Gasper,   ���������   -   -'.-   -  C Brown,   -   -   ���������   -  Wypate, -   -   -  -   -  M. Pidgeon,    -  Chinese Co.,     -   -   -  BitchK',  *   *   ....  Hudson Bay Company,  C. Donelson, 12  Kwong Lee& Co.,   -   -      10  the various farms along the line of Wagon  road, say -  >  -  ������   .....   -  with the leading.Liberals.    It is said he  return first of August, when it is almost certain that an invasion of Canada will be. begun.  Montreal, May 27th.^The Secessonists hav^  deferred the; oyation to Jeff. Davis.:  The Vice;: /President 'of the Birmingham  Chamber^ of*. Cohiracrce Is traveling through  Canadiaiid'tlie limited States to confer with  the different Boards of Trade btf-thfe^oposl*  tion for abolishing privateering, during th������  waiv" ' ��������� '*'������������������  "-''" .'���������'''���������,:"-  "   Xfff '''"':.'���������  BuM6, Jtay ^6ftt.--the Catholic Bishop  Lynch; of Toronto, is dangerously iLl in thai  city.       " ' "v'"''' ' '���������'; ��������� ;'';  ':' ������������������  It is denied'that preparations are. being  made toinvadoCanada. "*���������  The Japanese bought the ram Stone wall  with her armament, for $400,000.   ���������"'������������������.  Chicago, Mny 30th.���������A Fort Kearney special dispatch Of the 20th says the'Indian war  on the Platte has fairly begun. Ranches artj  being burned, stock stolen and settlers killed  daily.  * Boston, May 31st.���������The Washington dorfw^  pondentofthe Boston Journal says advicea  from New Orleans leave no doubt that Maxi  imiliahhas been shot before this. Mexican  officers of the Imperial army receive no mercy  The reply of Juarez to Campbell, datcii  April 22nd positively refuses to sparo thi  life of Maximilian.  GOLD COMMISSIONER'S COUETv  (Before H.'M. Ball, %n)  Soda Creek,  n  Williams Lake,  Chimney Creek,  Alkali Lake.  Dog Creek,  Onion Bar,  Canoe Creek,  Fort Alexander,  Quesnelmouth,  a  On  15 acres  -60  ���������it  150  ((  100  4.  50  <l  50  tt  70  tl  50  ft  100  ti-  70  tt   1  70  a   .  100  a  100  ii  40  u  50  f<..  120  11  50  ti  20  tl  Total,  100  1387  The Williams Creek Flume c6mpany intend ^���������l^������������������X^Vz^T*������*  Thursday, 13th Jim*, l86t-.  Isaac Dixon v. Lewis Allen.���������Suit for .ejectment of defendant from 100 feet of mining  ground in the Reid co., Grouse creek. Judgment for defendant, with costs.  Friday> 14th Juno, 1867.  Miners* Drain co-., per Jonah Williams,foreman, v, Hibernia co,���������Action brought for  $180, being drainage charged on defendants'  claims, Def^dants denied their liability, on  the plea that their ground was shallow, and  there fore n 0 fc a "Tec ted by the d rai a. Tho  Commissioner, after hearing evidence for both  parties, decided that the defendants- ground  had heretofore benefited by th6 drain, for  which he would order them to pay $00-, being  quarter drainage ; but for*1 the future, thett  Would be liable for half drainage. Judgment for plaintiffs, with costs. ���������'*.  BIRTHS.���������At Victoria, on thc 1st Instant-, Mrs. K^  Mallandaine, of a son.  At NowWestminsiervoatho 1st iDst,, tho wifofcf W*  McNaug:bton Jones, Esq;, M. I)., of a soil-. :  At Now Westminster, on tliu 1st iuet ^ the wife of J*  T. Scott, Esq*, of a son.  DIED.-At San Francisco, on 29ili Mayi SopWi}-.  wii'Q of Ooote Mulloy Chambers) formerly of Victoria  WI; ...��������� - ,    '.���������--.'-', ���������;  to turn the...wa-ter from  into their ditch i^day.  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J.  ilixiucesirfprjthb/oomp of Second arv SyWiiHsi  Alsoa Kreat^rtet^rpi::Sarsnparillas^ Hair^ Brushes,  rii.' .nrtii���������. i������,_;'.-.ni_'-_'_i; 'V-������* .. .v.i.i; - 3"''������ ��������� ��������������������������� ���������   ������������������.'��������� ������������������������������������������������������ ���������      . ���������'  imcy  Per-  THE,;UOTBRSIG'^Ep.; .IS  NOW  PREPARED  TO  =^-}jJ-*lS^yft:fft*er^;a^  lie. a nd ���������'��������� h 0 n es ~ b v";a'���������* tit rfn *, ��������� ni r nVri i-iri : ������i',. iv',, oi������ ��������������������� ��������� ,-<'ii  com  warm  immodions/Hptels)on������:the.r.oadi~ cqhtairi itig as i t does  arm-nhd-well;!^  j Tho, TABLE is- su ppltod '..wl thievery .del iCacy i.: is " ~ "'  VBjble.taprocurTOn^ gountry^ ' Tlio B;  stocked.xv^th^the^hest^b^'Xiqudrs;vantf t*  .Cigars.   ������   "s .   %i      '��������� > t'���������,. , .       ., ^    ;t -;,  l::,Af'^m^ApBlip $1 50 ��������� *BAC*Hi*rW'  pos-  . BAR:is  :ho"; choicest  LO'EiOIHMSE,  ��������� ;^^axi.*E^ A i:K'.; A|sT *D'! ?B E T it^I jL, i ,v.  :���������:,;;.;���������' '-���������:,,.,' : *."��������� ���������;".".':'��������� ��������� importers op r' f;" X' ":���������,   '��������� ' XT;;   ,  :Ei^li_h^Fren^  ; .��������� derclpthin^;: Gloves,'' and every dpscriptibn. of j.,;.  ' '��������� * ' Dr.ipery Goo'ds.' ' ,-'���������' ��������� ���������",. - 'f.  : Receive rognlar stipplies by Express; via Tanau������a and  by sailing vessels via Cape Horn; ��������� ������ ::  ^v4Sfe'P#rtlcuirijfattention^Iventballorders.;. ���������.', ;f  London Pirin���������J;' P. Tunstali, & Co, '. ��������� * *'   .      1-3  '���������" ESTABLISHED 1S5S.  1 Corner of Laiigley: Alley and Yates: St.  ..-   MESSRS; JAY & BALES  f  Have, opeiied the ab 6ve1 premiSes with a large  X; y;:f -yxaud' '.woli^asjfqrted-^  ���������",'.',;     ������������������.-.'������'   ���������;. . '.��������� op'���������'���������        ���������������������������. '.. .���������'  .'..; ���������if;-.: :���������; '^ AND. ^Ijawlfiif: ^E^S������-. >\;,, X; p T  : The.business of tliolato ti.rni otJnyfh Co.,i iFort St.,  andyfspring���������e 1 d,.Kursery, will .ho, carried on: by them  "n nil its luauches. '  roadside; ,j^y^l^^bbs^  '/''.^v';';'...::-WILL!AM  'LYTTONCTrT, b. c.,'  Begs to infbrm th? puhlic generajiy that He _aa  :.-;';-^:^^.The:;yea^s;,alas^ ���������' - '   -'   '   "f  x i .;,;vp-miis^my^^y.^f^ff -fXfffi  That mav within ihy rosy glare ' -   ������  *-   ��������� -Some,joyous ev,e, .,vVi������^ /���������.:   -V-:'     -   ���������;,:r..;  ,,,-,, A stranger-leave    ������������������   \-- . ���������  ��������� ---a-,-:-  ,  -     ,J 'To'fill again his vacanfehair.  ' .;.' "f   J-      '  ,.   ���������        Fruition's cup    - ? ���������"^-- ',������.  (: ^lrthenbrimiip,:       - ,     ,    '  ' . ;   The fields will sweetly smelU-, ���������  ���������������������������   %-      /rhe;birds.paw,irig;f.>-      ll ,        - .-f  \ Tho,stob|ing(^rH6^^ could ho ���������desired-'  i and the;charges aro .yery^mbderato.' "Hay; for Horses  -SSS'' v i' "^'"' i:  "' ^ '-;^;:v"-;- fl: f^ft:rBhrxi^^^^^^ of "every' ,<lescrfp-  a;The.undersigned#asa:largelylantity iof OATvHAYj ������������->��������� - :    : ..;.* ���������....-*��������� '*������������������   '  J    - - J  ^9?;."JS3fjj?>/fOr:.srf ;.;.;.;;;;.  1-s.       ���������        '       JOHN PELLETIER, Proprietor.  tion.-,  1-ls  OUR ^COFFEEi  6n-his,premises-, for trpwards of 2cd Horses ���������  ,    ;,   ; Hay and Oats for Sale cheap,    *   ,  : GOOD SADDtEHOT  .       TERMS   MODERATE;    "       , ^  I';-'r;.y ��������� V,.;XbosTO N ftiARiXyy^^���������  International; Hotel;   ^  fTHIS WELL KNOWN HOUSE ia['now'ononWlra- -  1 YH'lIers.; The Table Is supplied ^s formerly wiS  the. host the mark6t affords- and,, the 'Cookiiijj "oahnct '  j be. excell e d.... Th e Ba r is s tasked with the flnpqf'.?,  QUors and Cioars.   GOOD BEDS,   ff-   i :  * 14'  ,    :    V WILLIAM CHARTERS  '-. yX'^'XXXY '.������������������".' ;'-.;: :'-::.''//:^;;.:r.^-!'^'J>#*'fetjfc ','''':  ;  a  T -;������^BOOTON^  GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS  ������������������:;; ;   liquors, dry goods, clothing; &c. i5 ���������  /CHEMISTS  fTAS FOR SSALE, aiid constantly* oh handi  ti. a well assorted Stock of Drugs, all -the' Cheihical3  used'. by Pbysjolaris^;.Photographers,.-' Assayed and  Mechanic?.ffAlso^ithe���������'p6puiar; Patent Medicines, and  Druggists*, sun dries.    .   J      - -  ;; Iletqrts, Cructbles^Mulaes,? Jupels, .IiigotrsMoulcis'  etc., etc , ��������� "'.,,-,  ���������f PREscaiprzo.vs iAiTHFui.tr;_<R_a������AREiii  'f J''      '   ���������  WW. FOSTER,  .Chemist  ;WE= AR:E   FOR WARDI NG' f&  ��������� ~ "7    ...��������� -^>T77 *T. ."���������: .T*.-"**^ r������r_v������i.������..   ������k w . :lr_j_b*WAArr _r. "W7 ���������  ���������; P.ickOd iri Tins of from two,to twenty-fl vo pouiids  :eachJ'    - *  ���������        "       ' '        "-.,   ' '  . *'    ':   ���������    :'.' f  '.  ���������   fy m   f      ;' ���������;'   ���������'���������' : WILSON & .MTJURAY,,'; :  h 1-st; f ���������    ���������;  ��������� ���������>��������� f ,Port street, Victoria.  ��������� :* -v ��������������������������� .    ^   ��������� ' . '__________fc_.   ^a��������� "��������� * '"^ ^ v'^ _4__> 4������; -* *;  rpR A VELLEJRS w ill ti nd. every acctf mm odnt ion at tint  I Hotel.   Excellent Cooking1.   GOOD; BEDS.  -';,  :n STABLING KOR HORSES. *���������   ���������     f   '   -  TIMOTHT HAY and OATS at,iowest Rates.  ���������r   >       ' IJOOTHIiOYU .BR(i**S,   V  -,  Ira, - ���������    -  ���������;:':������ ��������� '.;; . '���������    . Proprietors.  ,' ',' ' A RE_.ro.���������4' lady in the first society; was  B;!LUE:   TENT,  fffff-^OK'  IMPORTERS: OF :03N  ,-, Wholesale and,ite.tail,    .,    '    ,  ;  Hi\so2iic'-Hall Government Street, Victoria. . T-s  onaparte; Hdiise  QEMLEK &' PABiCE,  Proprietors, at the  kJ .Tunction of the Carihoo and Big.'Bend Roads; ia  * V_ ��������� l? . _* t 1 :> ������1      I'rtF  '<lln   ������i" rt r. I--! . ti - _������V 1 ci T 4. ������..   _i I"   r 1 i ri- . .. . 1 > I! _ ' ���������������������������"?. ', t\? ���������    ���������  '' if'$viXvelf After a; week or'eigh't claTs' jihVl'laclv  ......,.;. %an_'e one morning.into- the kitchen, opened; a  cupboard, and discovered'a'youthful militai'jV  ���������character.     "Oh,  ma'am'!'"-cried  the"'girl;  u't V i gli tezie d ;��������� *11 gi ve y o it mf w^qrh. Ihe ver saw,  that soldier .before in, my, 'jlf^^^efmiiiipps^fi  XX ^-b&Bn-feevof:the"oId?dhes left bvel^by tho other  ..girl.,';���������Jsew YorJc World.  #>e very, hes^of, .viands.A .The4 bedroomsI aiid beds are;  jis-comlprtable as could.tie desired, "andrthft .BAR^cbh'  \jhas< no tone, fish  , V, water, T6asms ; ��������� that iii a 'little pool of a few  .  ^'hundred, square yards, he found:"20O-different  ������������������-..kinds of .peculiar. fish-T-three-times/as maiiy as  .���������.'-'';-Iuihe_.^hi)Ie,.waters of��������� the,Mississippi.��������� In the  , Amazon itself, be found, 2.000 different kinds:  ,.3_f Avhjeh heJcnew..'only 150'"-'before he beoran  ;his* inyestigatipn. He .found 'one;.lislh-,that,  ^^cpuldXliot,only .creep mi^an^-^eiouncl it  ;; %vejrnlies in Ian ct^butvcli m b Arees ^ao (1 Jje;li ad  ;").brbugjit^^ii"a:4sh;Wd a bixbl'witn the same  ���������sbo.fc ; 'i .'.... -��������� ������������������ ������ '    ��������� ���������**       ���������- '���������-".'���������'���������  /pHB:U:NTDERSraN7BDbegs>toj'nfurm tho"miaera.and  1 residents irr& around Van Winkle that he wiirinfu-.  ���������ture.;kee_> an assorted and GOOD STOCK on hand) and  hdp^shy close attention to business, and by selling  at LO WE R B ATI55 than b oreto fore, to in ee t tho patronage of all.-. ���������   ,.       -    , ,.  ; Oriler-f i'rom outlaying, creeks accompanied with the  CASH^will. be forwarded svifcb'promptness and ..dis-  ���������patcbT>; -:   .    ;-;;;': i -:,      , ��������� '       ���������'.; ���������, .    - ;. ',    , '  ----- a-'-,  r;" J8_gr*--T<Jr ins,'. C ASH^ wl thou t. d is tine ti on.   ������������������..';:������������������  1-S-        J    ,":.                         ,T....W.,.LINDHARD. -.  ;;'.;������������������;' ;J. e.;BE-EPY,:;'  :',     " ���������;: .  GOMMISSIO"^ &' FORWARDING AGENT,  ItL- PAW PARTICULAB   ATTENTION  TO ":SES.  leoting^ purchasing, or (brwartling Goods for the  upper country.      t.      , ������������������ ��������� ..f y  -Any com mission, entrusted to,his care, wilt receive  prompt attention.    '- ���������       ���������  X       a ������������������  itererenocs f���������YWYAl Mbacxiam,- E. A. AVadhams, T.  HakpeHj J..T. Bramta*. .  '.    ' ������������������:    : ���������'���������-':,  VicLoria_ April; 18,07.    , 1  'P)X        HOTEL DE FRANCE. '; V  ' .- .   G0VERN.M1?NT STREET, YlGTORrAj" V. L     ���������   ' }  it | del i cact es, 0itA\e season, anil tho sleep j n g accom oV  tiiition ;is' replete ' wi th hvery comfprt;...-;,:Tiie  best of  YVJhes^Liquors and Ci_fa"rs���������"'; -> ���������   :V -  "':"'v Y  ���������~ylis-' ' ff: ���������'��������� \ '' k. J. BIGNE'fe CO., 'Proprietors. ��������� ���������  Travel J ers will ft hd prices n nd. accpraraodft t ions to stiit  tb _��������� ti nies. Give thein a ca 11. Btahling, Htiy &;Grain;  attentive; hostler*.; : Stages .fleayd/li^ru^regularly"';Jor?  ralo, and Cariboo     f' '"��������� .        '     14  164 IILE OR BEEP CEEM HOUSE,  y& OPEN -FOR, TEE ACCOrvOIODATION 03F THB  JL Tray oil in g- publ io; t h e b ed room B "��������� are; s pacibusr'bB'l  airya������>l theBeds cannot he ���������urpnsscd forchiahUna?  and comfort by: any in th o low:er coun try; the TiiW. la-  always supplied with the best -of victual.-?. } Stablmg  for Horses; ;Ha_', Oats, uiidr Bar} ey; con's tan tly'-, ofchnhil.  TALE;:; AD VE r^TISEMENTS;'  Ayf,Y:.y ,-.; ,A. W ��������� PI P E R'fy.fffy  ������������������*'?;r/;^C;:0;^'F^ G TIG.N'SR-,,'".'.;;; '  ft;-��������� Gbyern'ment.'Strebtj oppasite tbc.Theairc. ' '  ���������fiANDIES- of every.descriptioh juanufactured and  XJ.Hoh\i':Wholesale and ll^tail,    ^- '��������� .!'������'!  fpEffe HOUSE ib situated 26 niiles froni Quesncimouth.  i;Tbe proprietors havihg lately fiUcd ;np;bedrooraa  ajift good "5eds are how prepared to afford every accorhv  mdei at jpn for Travel 1 ors'; tlie .Tab) q is Tu rn ish ed w it h'������15  trio "lux uries: that can bo procured 5 thoBa.r is well supplied with the best brands of Liquors and Segars'.vfjsod-.  Sta bl i ng,. Hay.- Oa ts and Barley. - i5_gc������ Tlie C HEA PEST  House on tbe Hoad, * 1-s  fff  ft- YALE, B. G.        :   'fff-  tm  Free  for  1  iE--LYT-  ,.;::.; A^^nv;.^Ei^ ^a frn&d  yemjAoyxiti by the! cprporatipn: to sleep,In the  ���������������������������opeit air;    ���������  " T' f    ���������-   -���������'." ...' ��������� ��������� ���������.- - ���������      f -~ %i  Pi ^.^^^re; dog-days ^iike Jpolicefnen t  ;;������auso they both ^porae late-in}season^'. '���������  -;   ���������::.;. JMJrth is the; tried icine of life.  ���������,.;;: It cures Hs;llls./it calms its strifes ;^  It softly smooths the brow ofoareV"  f f . .And writes, a:. thousand .graces'"'there."  Be-  EAIITIES SIlIPPmG. GOODS ���������:Byf,THE') YAK  , \Tps Eoutb,: are aflvisod-'t'hat \;���������.'..;.:���������  T.\_ 'f'* f ��������� "KlSIBALp & GLADWIN . ;,. ;  '���������'���������!,.Have orected..an..extensive..Storehouse and Dock- at  Yale, and are prepared to Receive,'Siorei 'and"Forward  Goods.' ��������� Goods re -packed; and ..freights1 eng-a^ea'at .the  Uowest Rates.'..; tfyff; ���������:tifAAf<./'-f: :f.Affi .������������������ ������������������  ;'., Partiossbippinggoods through us will please mark  :" ""'"KDIBALL & GIADWIn!' 1 ���������  iTltE^UNDE.nsrGNED ' TAKB.;: pleasure in ah--  nduncing to ;6ur. nurnerous  customei'S and tbe  piib 1 tCj'i.that we: wil I supply t hbin; wi th. tbg best Frbxch  LiJATfiEB Boots {fluty irao).ercsr dtfercd in B. C.   ,.  ' 4_-7"At our.old Stand, Government St., Victoria,;"/!'  ffiTsfpy X[fff-:      '. ;charity& butler;  [LLiA^r.^ZELNER,  to the care of  lf[-'"'-hff"  jictoma Ami&TmBtimT&  ;     .;FrOXT   STR^ ���������.;;;  REGS TO ANNPIJ <ci to thc inhabitants of Chriboo  kf^--llQ ,utc,1'lj} to.'forvvard (ns-soon as thestato of  ���������i?f������^?Ti? wni V?rm\i)f a large and well as^rteti  Pnr^.5 \������2KIVG feT0JKS> tfhich he will dispose- of at  Prtc.es t;> Sc/r .tub Toies. .,.���������;���������..*.  Yftla, 8th April, 1SG7. !  W-S5X.- ��������� CMBNBAUM,    WIIOLKSALE    LrQfJOR  v!, uT0^' In^art'Jr ������f F������nfi MKHWOHAttJi Pli>KS   RtPnw  torb^lf' ������'gar" and'TuUri^ J0lj"^u-'8t^ ^  ^.ui.*eiB' bihsff; comjjjssiov MPttr_> _v������ p;���������"i"  e.J ifotelBuildin. w!mrfri.rolvicuS^;.t  W  77" HTOXi>. ,--JGiI3E & 00.,   C>MMISS|p.Y- M PR CHANTS,1 I^  1% pf'R'rznSj an-i:D>drrs.in.Chinese Goods, .Victoria,  V.;IM Yal?, LillooaL.QuosneJrnduth,1.. and ��������� Williams  T?   31AU.ANDATNE,;.COLLECTOR AXD  GENERA  . Jyjm AG "J NT, G:;vornmpnt Si.reet, Vjctoria, T.' I.  . l'-j  aL  ���������s'  A .,^F^ATTKEI/", Victoria,,'T;. ii,;dialer in Fhes,  r3L *r -Ski _.vs, Hi dps, -*ffooj,kc.    Lib pjal- adya n cj s mad e  jr.  on Furs consigned J  hart Bros. Victoria  B:.'for_nce~G. Sutro & Go., Rein-  y. 1. i-s  Tf "WAT30jM,- V/"atohinakerf  . J_/������ andi_Sa graver, Govern m ent s  jeweler  VT. .-,   ������������������.-.������. ,.    . ���������----.���������-'street,"next  Nlcht'Us Hotel, Victor, n, V. Iff. ...  <>..  , VT^   CIGARS, TOBACCO, ileershaum Pipes, __e , s E  ������^rcer 01 YatesaM Wharf street,. Victoria s  S10EMS ilB FOEWilBlIG.'  ���������FIREPROOF WAREHOUSE !���������  PARTI ES -DK.6J RO Ui? of sb ippi ng freigb t Wrm Dik-  PATgh,- -wi II Ji n d i t.to' thei r ndvantage by givi ng us  a cull before en gaging clsbivhera.  ��������� T "AI.WAY & BAILBY.  Yale, April 8th, 1867.- l.s  ;,'..- W..H: Sutton,  EALER IX WiN'ics, Liquors asd Cigars, Coal" Oil,  G.ual Oil Lamps, &c,  AGENT FOR BuNSTEETS ALE !  '."-/ .   In Bbis. and halt'Bbis'.   ".  Yale, AprJUStbi I8C.7.  CASAMATOU begs leave tostato tbat be  has remos'ud his stock of Goods conKisiin^ of Gim-  cmim,-&A.\ Iroiu Whaif s 1 r<?e11 n t.lif; .Jiriok Ruiirtin^'  on "Yn ten s 1 rect, a.d j0"11 iii._: Co\\*p er's Boo 1. JS10i'.-.*, opposite "Wells, Faruo fc Co.  H,r wi11 sel i h is G 00 [Is by . Whotysa jo, at the 1 ewra t  m, for cash.. 1 "������  nnHIS OLD A vi) AVJSLL KNOWN HOUSE; bas:becn re-  ..1: conily opened by tlie uridei-sighcd, who ivill':..rnako  i 111 is eonstan t st u dy by us! ilg eVery endeavoiir. to a'ceo*  mod ate the trawling public," to deserve; a shard ofA tho  p.fitrnnasre b .'.stowed on. ih e.. form er occ u pan is-;-: -t ��������� :.���������' ���������*���������.!'.  ftSf. The Bar cm ta i 1 is 110 tl j i ng b u t th e very best: of  LrQUORSand dGARS.  /Givobiiha call a. -a  fyyy'X x edw^rd ^troi^oter .,  . Ill MILE IIOTJSK  ���������'.; '������������������.���������a'ge'.is N6TttltiGiiff:.  3LQOD WIL^TELI!;  nr������������s- naitir, is LApB ;and" \vell; TitrM"up  x, f or the com fort of t ry vel yrs; tho Ta b lo is supplied .  with the host of every thing- that can he procurd, and  tho cooking is not in Terror to any on lhe road;-Bedrooms  for fami3k.*s j Siabljng, Hay, Barley and.Oats.  . :&7rVno trail to Cedar and Horso-Ply Greeks leave.  th 0 W a \;t i n lion a at tb is place. .-"���������������������������"  '  "*'^ TVjf. HENDERSON  0  OL ON IAL   HOTEL,  SODA   CBBEEK.  ri  ratt  CLEAL'S    OaFt'].}.    H;.)i;s  ('orenim������:nt Stree 1. Vj0tot'ii  wVl)  1  1-s  Ui-;sTA(.rr:ANr.  ...     -., V. 1.    Tin* &  th''  c fi cm p ���������_������si> most co ti j Cor ta b I;.:, an j 11. ��������������� t a 11 ou d fa 3 K������ ta b ���������  -2 i--?i lmen t i 111 h0 CA t.y   .  Tu b :.B A R is 01 wn ys su pp 1 i ed  vi Ih  th 0 choicest of  Wi.YEs, Liquors and Cigars. 1-s.  AAILY and WEffiKLTf ���������"'UiUTfSH COLONIST  U n 111 VICTORIA CFUiONiCLK.''     Omifr^ (brmuii-  I  GREAT fcKDUCTIO.V lias been mrule in tho charges  at this e#i.ubltahrnectt, sons to suit the tiaies.  *Hoa!r>% $1;  Beds, 75 Cents.  McLISESEi SRKAY,  sr Proprietors.  May   L-ii   18G7, I-a  122 MILE HOUSE,  LAKE LA HACIIK.  K^tl^N   ^OU^AS,  Successor to A.   C.  1> WELLb, fcADULE an'D HaraKSs Maker, Yah-   B   r '  .^Acomplet-eassorthientof Stock iinatamjy' on-  hand.  tiy  i^>  A.BULER & CCS  V U 01 In ng ��������� bou % h fc a n d sol .1     ft imltu      , ,1,T 0F'F  Guns. Pistols. _c( for sale bjC0ncih^'l Watches,  ��������� ^ Govsrojusnt street oppcvsi^.the Th^tre.'  i-s  F- UALTKitS, formcriy of the C4 Mii_R HonfiE,  having pure} nil sod tlds K.'uicii,  U now prrtwr^t-  * M?rSo!!U' 'h0 {-v.vclii,������public withCO0DMKALS  nndnivns at nn)dorato ralwv '   '   ;   1-s  -���������-  "*���������:'  THE ASH CROFT HOUSE  MESSRS. COKNWALL'S.  A Ith18 WKLL KNOWN HOUSE, half-way between  T.^iru'"'-,!h:il|-i,ilLU( Cllntou, ou tho Yale Kpute.  itavt-Murrfwill imd Good Accom modal ion. : Tho best of  i������i v 0I Lj(!uyr:-' *ina o1' *v'>"������������     FTOh Butter, M'lK  ��������� aa v ^{'^^h.rf.   Good Staling- und cheup feod.    l-a  ">.  B-t<^_-. :


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