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 n  ';���������;:  ut  i.r-  fH .���������������  ;fW'  "&>i������.:t*   "v**-'  .4.  Barkerville, Williams Creek, B.  j|.< Thursday, June 20, 1867;  No. 14.  TELEGRAPHIC.  mm  ms&  m  iSEH  111  E__ra_f  B  a  '?!____&  pip  ���������0  ������������������ 'fSiar& the. 'British.Columbian.'^  Cincinnati, May 22nd.���������Tlie Presbyterians  wre about to ������ndow a mission at Russian Ame-  "   rica.  A Vigilance Committee in Johnson comity,-  3io., hung Steven3 and Andrews, two notorious outlaws, at Warren-sburgv yesterday.;  Greeley in response to tbe notification of  >tbe Union League to meet them this evening  to consider his conduct in bailing Jeff. Davis. J  ���������writes a letter rehearsing the course of himself and the  Tribune  during the war.    He  ������ay8:  *} I shall not attend the meeting.   I do  cot recognise the Club as capable of judging  me.   You evidently regard itie as a weak sentimentalist, misled by maudlin philosophy.  I  imagine you as narrow-minded blockheads,  ���������who would like to be useful to the great cause  4>u t do jioit Jknp w how_ to. d ___it,_Xottr_. cJaiidrcpJ  * will regard"my- going the bail bond as a wise  act for freedom and humanity.   I. dare and  defy you and give notice that I will urge the  re-enfranchisement pf the rebels so soon as IJ  -am confident that such a course is consistent  with the freedom of the blacks and the Union  ���������of the-States."  .  ,   Jeff. Davis is reported to.be a heavy loser  *by the fuilure of Frazer & Trenholm. '  Washington, May 25tb.���������A large party of  Eastern capitalists have goue West to have an  Excursion oh the Union Pacific railroad.  Mobile, May 25th.���������Parkman, the.default-j  Ing; President of Sen. la bank, escaped yesterday and drowned himself in the river.    ;"  St. Louis, May 25th.���������Patsy Shepherd and j  Cod, Ready, light weights, had  a prize fight'  to-day.-  Stakes. $200.    Shepherd won the j  $gbt which lasted one hour and four minutes.}  Boston, May 29th.���������Wendell Phillips in his  -speech, said be would not be-oontenUiatil-.tiieJ  .Jladicals nominated a black man-for Vice  President, which would strengthen the party.  Savannah,  Ga,, May 24th..-G. W. <*ayle,  ���������who offered a reward for the assassination of  ^^eside'nt:ihiu'obi n, on i. elng bvonght'^before" \  -Judge Busted, of Alabama, yesterday, on he  ���������charge of complicity iu the ass;\ssination, pre-.  ���������sented a fnll pardon from President Jo'hosjn/j  The International Telegraph Company 'ex-1  -peels to open its line to Cuba in July.   /Florida dispatches report that the land line will I  be complete on the first of June. \ Ti  ���������It is reported that Horace Greeley has written to Breckinridge, inviting him to return to  -the country and take part in the work of re-  ���������construction.  Quebec, May 27ti..���������There is a great distress among the inhabitants along the banks  of the gulf and the River St. Lawrence, owing  cto the failure of the crops and fisheries, and  'Government aid has-been invoked.  At Ki n gs ton, Can ada, a c ro wd assemb i ed  *on the wharf to-day to see Jeff. Davis, who  was ��������� on the steamerbonnd for. Toronto.  San Francisco, Slay ?5 th .���������Ho n. Co r s el ins  Cole, one of the Cal ifern ia' Senators, arrived  ;on the; mail steamer Sacramento last evening,  and at about eleven o'clock was serenaded at  Ms rooms at the Lick House.  v  Seattle June 6tk--Re turns from all the coun-  ���������ties excepting four have been received, gi y ing  ���������Flanders, the Republican candidate a majority of 130. It is said the four countries yet to  'be heard from are expected to give a large  majority for Clark, the Democratic'candidate.  promise' success to the undertaking. It can  be laid with less difficulty than in a more northerly latitude. The station at Bermuda and  the Azores will strengthen the cable, and- afford the means of ascertaining in which section  the difficulty exists, if any interruption of communication she-uld occur. The way business,  through ships touching at the islands, as well  as from the local commerce, will form quite  an important item in the receipts of the company. The Bermudas are in latitude 32.15,  and in longitude 64.50 east, and are only five  hundred and eighty miles from Cape Hattcras,  south south-east. The Azores are between  latitudes 36.59 and 39.44 north, and longitude  31.17 and 25.10 west. They are distant about  2,500 miles from Bermuda; and less than 1,000  from Portugal. The cable would therefore  be divided into three parte, in length, 1,500,  1,000 and 580 miles. The distance from New  York jKrect^ toJJj^_.,.Recm.udas> iairn t. .a...-tetf"i&.  gfeater than from Cape. Hat .eras. The pro~  posed line to Europe will thus possess many  advantages peculiar to itself, and the undertaking will no doubt foe. successful and remunerative. There is great need for another  Atlantic cable, und it only requires energy  and perseverance in the managers of this project to secure its speedy construction.  NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.  A. McPhei^son,  TCHMAK  ' ��������� AND��������� ".    ; ��������� '  JEWELLER;  A0J&' H OD GENS'  OLD   S TAND-  jftrkerville, 1st May, 1867. l-s*'  \| F. V.LEE,  Auctioneer, Collector,  .M  ANT) ���������  :  MINING  ���������: Gwis sold on Commission.  Salk&oom, Barkerville.  AGENT.  Office,  Richfield.-  -���������'.6-s:  A   BORE.  asransrt test ^miBW  T&i UNDERSIGNED have commenced in tho above  bffiincss next door to Uun'dorlPs stables, Barker  viltyand solicit a share of public patronage.  HEW\ ADVERTISEMENTS.  1  Adams^Pearc3rJ& Co,,  Hive just'received a choice selection of  CAST IRON COOKING STOVES  SEE! COPPER, ZINC,  TWpf&bAtrfi AND   S2btEE1*_-'*IRO*Ni>  witb varioas*?thcr articlesm tbctrliho.;of trade.  ��������� 9ST AU Jobbing in'tbe Tlnl Sbcct Iron. Copper and  TYiiio trade attended to/and "warrahtea lo give .satisfaction.        ���������      .      -���������    -    '������������������.���������...'      . '���������..,.-.��������� .'..��������� ���������'._  ^^S^^^mq;.:: Sektinel,*  The New Atlantic Cable,���������The New York  Herald says : The project for a new Atlantic  'cable, to be laid by way of Bermuda and the  Azores to.Lisbon, derives additional import-  ^nce just now from tho announcement of the  .abandonment of the Rnsso-American line,  liu company formed for the purpose of completing tho latter undertaking, finding that  they would be compelled to build the land  line through the territory known as Russian  America themselves, which they had not anticipated, have thrown up the job. The ne  cessity for a second cable is generally admitted, and hence the increased importance.,  ot the one designed to be laid between tlie  United States and Portugal, touching at the  islands we have named. Congress, at its. recent session, passed the bill giving to this company tbe privilege to land on any part of the  Atlantic coast for the uest twenty years. It  nas been stated that the American terminus is  to be at Fortress Monroe ; bu. this, we believe  is an error. It has been the intention of the  company to lay the cable direct from this city  to Bermuda, so that the terminus on this side  inay be where it ought to be, at the great com-  JSS^*^?0^*  of the nation, and the  centre of business.   The proposed new cable  reous features which  Mark Twain encountered one of these interesting creatures on his recent voyage from  the Pacific to lhe Atlantic States, and thus j  describes their first interview on the Isthmus:  "Whatsort of a crooked, spready cur'us  looking tree is that out yonder.V  I looked at the speaker. He was by nature,  constitution and habit, a Bore���������I could see  that.   I said :  ���������'" I don't know."   I wanted to say, savagely, ������ How the devil should ��������� I know ?   Do I)  look like 1 ever was iu this kind of a country |  before?"   ������:  ." JLoojis like it might be-an oak, or a slip-:]  pery ellura, or something, but I reckon it  ain't, maybe ?*" .    .    ..'/-.  "I don't know. Maybe it is, maybe it  ain't."  ".It's got big blossoms on it like a hollyhock '* .  " I don't know���������it may be a hollyhock.'*  "Oh, no���������I didn't mean that���������I meant���������  Geerainy 1 see that monkey jump ! What  kind of a noise do they make���������do they  squawk V7 .  " Now, I don't know anything whatever  about monkeys. They may squawk, or they  may not���������I hope to God they do !'*  r. Why ?*>  I struck my colors. This serene simplicity  where I expected to make a telling shot, completely nonplussed me. I left without saying  a word. Pf-Pf^ ���������;'������������������:������������������:.. ���������  This fellow used to corner me, and bore the |  life oil t o f me wi th trivial re rii in isc onees o u t  of his insign ifica n t h is tory; wi th tri fl I ng sera ps;  of information 1.had possessed from infancy ;  with decayed, worm-eaten jokes that made me  frantic, and with eternal questions concerning  things I knew nothing about, arid took no  earth ly in teres. in. One always: meets ������u eh  people on voyages, but I never met a specimen before that so completely tallied with  my idea of a tiresome, exasperating, infernal  .bore. '���������.   .  CAST   IRON   STOVES  "fl Always on hand.  iSrfw Work and Jobbing  4      Done at reasonable rates.*  iJ^.Our Teams ran regu"nrly  between Yala and  Caribpo and all orders in our lino of buslnesscarefally  attcsa|ed to.'  ��������� Y.f.k  E, PEARSON &BRO&  ti  ?  BARIARb'S STAGKS WILL LBAITB YALE EVERY J  ���������  h: ��������� --m o-n.d ay, -y r".. \  for  Wtth|*H;tt. Mails, Express and;.'Passengers,  LyttaS^;. Clinton, Soda Crofck. Quasneile and'Barker-i  vUletUvitu braticbes to Savan.i's Ferry and:Lillooet. *.  :^afefd's'-Express carries. Lottbrs,.Treasure, .Va-  luabI<3$%arJ "TSxpress. Freiglifc '������������������ W::Big*'"_ien'_i,';<3aiibpo  aiid way stations,    ."     ." "������������������>'���������  FARS TO SODA CR3EK,  FARE TO BARKERVILLE, -  (Exclusive of Steamer's fare,)  $60  $85  Is  r*77S>BTH^  Poblise_|jb" EyERr=: Monday . aM> TiiunsDm  ff   ������������������:.;; "ALLAN & CO., PubPRiETons.  pFrtci^BARKBRyiLLE, Wiluams Obe&^Cabiboo.  ���������   Subserjption, $1 per Week:  (including 'cost"o^<_eliyery,) iPayablo  to; the Carrier.  ��������� AJJD  I  to his;  is now  to the" com^  XPRESS!  3  BRITISH COLUMBIA  AND   VICTORIA   EXPRESS,  Connecting at Victoria with WELLS,  FARGO & CO.,  I lor California. Oregon, tho Atlantic States  f.ipf--       T. -..-���������   ���������;.' and: Europe. -";-���������. ��������� .: a-;.- '���������"��������� if  AND AT YALE AND LILLOOET WITH BARNARD'S  XPiH;    ..CARIBOO. EXP11ESS,     ���������-T'fTiiTXyf  For Big Bend, Cariboo and the Northern Mines,'  Conyeyiiig Treasure,' Yaluables, Letters, Packages and  ���������    ��������� S f. -Parcel,..-. "���������'-.' ' l-s-.  PARIS   AND   LONDON   HOTEL  AND RESTAUR  ElCHFlELb!   f...  _;;������������������ i ,:pf-r ;S.;>V*JARKERVILLB,..   -...���������/- f    '  PATBRSONlfc^GOODSON, Proprietors: !  3Sr- AKNOUiSfp^ij, tHB" RE-0?BHINa ' OF THI3  bouse for. tbc-;^eason, tlio proprietors ��������� .wish to Iif-  form their.inem's'nnd.tho public generally^ tbat they  .will spare:no'paife'lii order to merit the.patronage of  all who give theni^.CJji. ... fi; ��������� -" ���������-" f; X ff       .fff  ���������'-'.'���������'.������������������ -'���������������������������.';;v^;'-"M'a!s'at all 1ipurs'.":: ' ���������'"--1 ���������"'���������;  ^���������^TFmf^fBT^m������$\  fff iff Tti   ' BARKERVILLS.. . ���������..     iX'i X"W'. f-  MR.   PENFOLD BEOS.TO   ANNOUNCE;  Irieiuis that his.new BILLIARD .SALOON  open, where every attention will bo paid  fort of lite visitors/"  THE BEST LIQUORS & GIGAR8  Tbat can be obtained in the market will always b<������  found at thc BAR.  1EABING, CHESS kM CASB E901S,  With private entrance, are attached to the Saloon^  Barkerville, 1st ilay, 1867. 1-s  T. N. HiBBEN & CO.  WILL    FORWARD    PROMPTLY,    AT    __OD������RAf������    VSR__t������  ���������-.. - English,^ Ajaeripaja,: ...... fif.  :,���������-...      /French.  Q-enaan, .  Antr other Newspapers and Periodicals^  ���������W"^v??.-l*>.-;  SUBSORIPnONS, AD������iXG PoOTAGB, PAYAJ������^lkA������VAXCQS  .' 15t������May^:iB6f. f:f iff \P^pTpiTA^m. 1  *���������������  QUESNELMOUTH ADVERTISEMENTS.  A OTRL in Topharn, Me., died from her  blood turning to sugar. We wonder that a  great many of our girls don't die that way,  " I have passed through great hardships,'*  as the schooner said, after sailing through a  fleet of ironclads.  Cariboo Literary Institute  J. 8. THOMPSON, President.  ���������JAMES ANDERSON, Vics-Presjdext.  The undersigned have refitted this well known house  T.hich is now open i'or the accomodation of the  public.      . ������������������...'.'���������  Tub Bar will be supplied with tho best brands at  LIQUORS and CIGARS.  /,,.  j&T Meals and Beds furnis*a.ed[ at all hours.  G. FONTAINE,  ! FELIX POUCHOt.  ! Proprietors.  Risbfield, 1st May, 1867.       : ^       , I  OflOE  JOHN MacLAREN,  *TOSEPH CLKARIHDE,  JOSEPH PARK.  Directors.  -pHISl.VSTrrUTI01f.I3 KOW. OPEN AT BABKER.  X vilie, where it is now fitted up with a view to the  com fort n nd con veni ence of the p yople of Cariboo.  Thc Reading Room will be found supplied with the  latest English, Scottish, C.miuUan, American and Co-  loni.il Papers and Miguzines.  Tirms of Subscription���������$5 per Quarter, or $2 per  M-mth. Singli volumes loaned to non-subscribers at  d0 cents per Volume, with $1 deposit.  Persons not subscribers, visiting tho Reading Room,  and making uso of the Books and Papers, 25 cents' for  each visit  The Room wiil bo open from TEN, A. k. till TEN,  P. M. JOHN BOWRON,  ..._.. Secrtitary.auJ Librarian.  N. B,���������A fine assortment of Books and Stationery is  always kept for sal., IS-fi  E. STEPHENS,  CtVIL ENGINEER AND SURVEYOR.  HAVING  TAKEV   AN   OFFICE  INT  RICHFIELD,  jVilHums Creole, is prepared to execute SurveySj  VUm, Level., Sections, &c, &o._ commit ted  to his  charp, with care,  despatch, and on REASONABLE  TERMS.  '3 \        ^Sgf" Office, centre of Richfield. ������^l  1ST T EBP RISE  ��������� WILL RUN AS FOLLOWS t  LKAVES  QUESNELMOUTH  OH  Thursdays1 and Sundays,  AS SIX O'CLOCK, A. M.,  August StampeM,  BARKERVILLE,  A largo assortment of Boots and Shoes always on  hand. 1  W\ Winnard.  LKAVES  SODA  CREEK  ON  Tuesdays and Fridays;  AT FOUR,O'CLOCK, A   M.  Quesnelmouth, May 2nd, 1867.  ' 1   r~~. "���������--��������� : "-������������������������������������-������������������ ���������'���������.'���������! -;,..,.,;������������������__->  QUESNELMOUTH,  BROWN & GILLiS, Proprietoks,  Good Beds; Restaurant; Billiard Table, to  Stabling for Horses, Hay and Oats,   i:   S  BARKSRVILLE.  QUESNELMOUTH,  :'..���������,'���������;.J&L^ JOHNSON, Proprietor,  _  Meals at-all hours, and Cooking of'ibtbflft  j������w.V. ;'ijgq_p_mit_ti3tf_^'v������ wwMg  i ��������� wan.;. ^tH^'iggJi-r with1 '-v.'tfn, mi1 .,r.  THE CARIBOO SEjYTJN FL laid*own ���������th such clear and oferwhelmin/i  :������������������_  "^.���������^^^.���������y.MV/ O-^llJ-ll^Li mastery^ for ever)  -;.    THURSDAY, JUNE 20, 1867.   ~  SfAgexrts for;the^*i*Caribbo Sentinelv ,*  Grousy Creek,..;������,.;".--.fi., ,. 1.1 -.- __.������������������:.; .& a.-fttWlm  ftuesnelmowh, ���������������������������'.". MP_ Goodie, Barnard's Express Office  Yale,    :>���������-,-;���������   - ..Mr; Evans,       do     / do  Lillooet,.      -F.W.Foster  '    do do  NewWCflttoiaster,.: .... '-������������������     ��������� :   -    Clarksori&Go  Victoria, ������'."  -������������������.   i'_ ;    .-"'.'I ;���������"���������: ���������_ ���������'.   / E. Jlallsmdaine'  "������.'���������'���������������_ ���������    ,1 A. Lyno. *.;,.., ���������  Blff Bend     -.   -.  .    .      jag. Bullock, French Creek:  Van Winkle,:.       ���������      .-,;: .      ... fy  S.'Edwards  TO CORRESPONDENTS.  Ills good faith.  ty-  V' ���������   "' ;.." TQ. ADVERTISERS.    ., ��������� "...  j--;-^:.Tlie.,tCaribob Sentinel''"ispublished- every Monday  ,  ana Thursday. ;��������� Advertisements intended for inseriion  ���������-- must be delivered at latest ate O'clock, p. m., the day  before publication. ���������   : : ��������� ���������;*���������" ":;'.. v    ��������� ���������        .  f ^'All'Adv'ertise_nents'(nbt inserted for anr definite  t ������������������ period) will be continued until ordered out and charged  ior accordingly..  ...       ,,;_��������� ;        ..   ,   , ���������     _ .b"  :���������-.-���������������������������'" EUROPEffl;$TJM3LAKt7'"   '���������  yfiffi :..r. ...Our latest exchanges!:, from.Europe received  ... .- ���������..fyJwtjnail^an^  '."    **** .P.ubnc interest,   it. appears that Prussia is de-  v-wfoua of measuring swords with France,' not>  ff -f   withatandiagthe.imei;positi6  fff ��������� ������������������ersi to avert it By peaceful arbitration. Every  movement, shows; ^  :t"T -. :'bostihty which pervaded all Fatherland tow-  ��������� ������rds-the.latter country.'-.-It-is said that great  ^:---.r-:>^'f,um^e^- of ��������� Prussians .who intended, to visit  : y ^tbe FreocKcapitaLduring the great exhibition  ; ���������:"':*a���������^e\HmilL0M^. shytxt home, and-keep  ��������� ���������; their money in: their 'pockets, reserving it for  .; ,, Jhp rainy day which all .believe to-be very  ������ V v ^ear: The otlier greafc powers will "do "their  best to prevent :a resdrt to bloodshed V but  extirpated the wild doctrine asserjed last session by Mr. Disraeli, in tho Hoiie of Commons, wfiich attempted to  engrajt upon the  English constitution a system of liwiess and  irresponsible violence/and dignped it with  the name of martial law.   " If," sad the Lord  Chief Justice, referring to the lai and many  preceding insurrections in that iiland,;���������" tbe  rains of Heaven have ,not washkl .out "the  blood from the stones of .Jamaica]that blood  would   cry   out, for   vengeance!*���������It   was  known from a recent statement inparliament  that France and Russia bad recommended-the.  Forte to concede the inde'pendenje of.Crete.;  England was asked to join in the-bquest, but  declined_.'$ this supineritfss appeals to   have  made the Sultan obstinate, and -le will not  accede.   The Sultan is anxious t< introduce  reform into i his < government,, and Christians  into   his  councils,  but .the-/disease   under  which the country labors, is too serious to be  affected by such palliatives.���������Details' of fresh  horrors come from the west coast'of Africa.  A war has broken out between tv^o opposing  tribes of savages, ia which several of the New  Calabar tribe, were made prisoners by their  enemies, and -shoe king to -re la te; jreve roaste d  and eaten by the- other.side,���������A curious contest occurred lately at Berlin, between a silver  smith and another artisan, :- The inns selected  J were a bottle of sulphuric/acid^ Stfh"cbe_v_nj.j)������  Hh���������!%W'^dy%r^tle^:W^ew the lovest with the  dice,: should swallow tlie contents ofthe fatal  phial..  Chance, for once, favored the: silversmith, who instantly poured but ������ glass of the  liquor for his opponent, who: unhesitatingly  drank it. off; but to the astonishment of bis  antagonist,    instead   of falling], senseless,  smacked his lips, and asked for another.   The  seconds had substituted arrack for.; the corroV  sive  fiuid.-r.Dr. Cummiug  has published a  book called '" The Last Woe," ii which he  says that the jews are to be converted, as a  nation, and the Papacy is to be extinguished  between the autumnal equinox, of, 1867, and  4the same period of 18GS.���������The lafaConfeder-  fsumed her  Bombay  3 Sultan  yacht.���������  NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.  aRAND_BALL-  "\JRS. PARKER HAS GREAT PLEASURE IN IN-  lfl farming her friends and the public thatsho will give  a GRAND BALL AND SUPPER at her new houso,  Barkerville,. on SATURDAY EVENTING NEXT, tho  22nd inst. Tickets���������includins. Supper, $5.  Barkerville, 19th June, 1SC7.    .  LECUYER & LEBRTJN, Pi>.orR1ETofi  \ RE BEADY TO ACCOMMODATE EVEftv L,  JA the above Establishment. ***'** OS  GOOD PARE AND GOOD B2DS  Barkerville, 27th May, 1S67, - ��������� -'  BELLA  UNION SALOON,  KEPT BY  rs. Fanny Bendixen,  ���������     BARKERVILLE. :: if  THIS, SALOON, WHICH IS FITTED UP IN THE  most elegant style,.has just bc_n opened to the  public. None but the best brands of LIQUORS and  CIGARS served at the Bar.  There is a PRIVATE SALOON for the accommodation Of customers.  June loth, 1867. Im  OPPENHEIMER- &c5  '������������������������������������"���������:���������;   WH ;0;X-E-S a-l'b  WIERCHA  barkerville}. ' .  REMOVAL.  C  STROUSS,  DEALER IN ,  .-0. ..._r,^.._ >^.*_-  ... ETC., ETC.,  Carrier and: Expressman  Between Richfield, Barkerville and Cameroatc.  PERSONS HAVING GOODS OR PARCELS TO rn  I   vey to either of these:'..towns, should ei������. ������������������  call ; he Is always to be found on his boat '  Ho also keeps in connection with the iboW u_  iies's, a LIVERY STABLE at RichQeld   wh    C  ��������� can be -hired by tho day-or weej.-, aud ill kSv S  is sold at reasonable prices. s ' y  imTSSrS.** X������W ST0KE' opposito ������%l:  NOTICE.  HAVING  SOLD   OUT OF THE   NEW EL DORADO  Saloon,-,Barkerville, this is to inform those who  arc indebted to the. undersigned, tlmt ho has put his  accounts into the hands of J. K. SUTER for collection.  15th June, 1867.  FASHION S A LOOK  WILLIAMS   CREEK.  TnE PROPRIETORS BEG LEAVE TO ANNOUVft  to thc public that they have enlarged, rofurnihi'  and thoroughly renovated their capacious an, v  ionable .saloon; sparine, neitber pains nor exD.n^  the comfort of their Patrons. . '  JAMES BURDICK.  133  rtttipnt   U    " *Vr"-V'~~**;>���������"?*"���������������*.������'������������������ a   vt������ __ia___bUTGT  imderaseatimeata^delsion'to  ��������� ���������         .txiuuui  as not ������x), be. obliged to submit to "tie orders of  Prussia.���������The Gesarcwitch. with 3m������ ,^'.f.  7 a -.; ��������� ������������������:;-2 n���������, s o me wpf o r p th er"ilfM ;b ceh.." tarn i3h ed by  *%*���������' . -the' * controversy 'to .'^hi^h' the . .Luxembo org  ,;".'affair has., unfortunately-igfyen rise.���������It is be-  fyf. I ie ved. tb at the refo rra ques .19h is ,1 i kely. after  ff\' rrair to keep the present'g6yernp.ent in power,  ' H$dYiust������ead of iinseatin^ it. rGiadstone;cannp t in-  '��������� \..j.^'Y tf ii'be; tfi e 1 ib eralsy as ��������� i: body, to .coin cide1. with  :: 'fi him iii his ideaPat a suitable reform bill, and  fy -' natural ly feels. disgusted%- at bis wari t of s 11 c-  p X'-. icesQ. .The to riest- i t is _fe are d, wi 11 do but lit tie  in the"shape of honest reform, and the liberals  Pi-.   fail to unite on any- -programme, ofthe same  " ���������' .description.���������The op en ing jpf the great exbi  ��������� :;."';bitioh at Paris seems to^be.the all-absorbing  topic at;present. A special correspondent of  ^;;"the'jTinies, in referring to-the subject, says the  ���������*'' ��������� b10ra in al  opening  of  wh a t' is still, for the  greater'part,; an almost nominal  exhibition,  took place'to-day (1st April). .There was no  are witch, with Shis young  bride, was to leave St. Petersburg early in  May, to be present at' the .celebration ��������� of the  silver wedding of the King and/Queen of  Denmark..^Tbe.manufacture of the new sub-  NO TIC E.  In the matter of tbe Estate and Effects of  RBMI DAZET, late of Williams Creek,  Cattle Dealer, deceased, intestate.  A XL PERSONS WHO ARE INDEBTED TO THE  _r_L above Estjite, arc required to pay the amounts  due forthwith, and all persons who hiivo any claims  against the above Estate, are required to.send in their  accounts on-or before tlie EIGHTH dav or SEPTEMBER, 18G7, to ���������     ..v-     CHAS. E.  POOLEV,  ���������Oificiai Adtoiuistrator.  Dated Lytton, 8th June, 1S67. 13  The best LIQUORS and CIGARS ' obtainable li  served here. This establishment is under the !__>  diate superintendence of the Proprietors.  ABLER'fi BARRT  Juno Ctb,lS67.  -4m        *'  EXPRESS   NOTICE.  A FTER THIS DATE, BARNARD'S EXPRESS B  ���������_tL not respoH?ible for damage on LIQUIDS shipped q  Tin or Glass, unless by special contract.   ���������  'Until further notice, the Express will arrive bcr*  every SUNDAY AFTERNOON, und close ler M;*  every TUESDAY, at NINE o'clock. P.M.  m  mi-  Barkerville, if ay 29th,. 1867.  ROBERT POOL,  Agent       I  : ~r---(  building, walked round tlie most presentable  'parts of it, spoke a few words to the representatives of the various -co ra miss ions, who  wo,re .evening dress in honor of "'  and left, as they came, in their <  J_*pr; ?ome days: previonsly|it:;:w  :ih'e opening would not be made'a- great public  .ceremony,: an dH^  ^eriously-pn tjie salelbf. -season tickets.: ^; With  "th'e exception of -"Russia,. England; Swedent   _ -.    *..~  Queen  has*conferred the honor of knighthood upon  rear-admiral Denham,. .F. E.S.���������Twenty-one  Fellows of Trinity College, Cambridge, have  signed a petition for the enfranchisement of  women.���������The Japanese now in. Paris take two  meals a day of food dressed in the French  manner, but about noon they also partake of  a dish of theii\own country.' .'It consists of  raw fish cut into small pieces, on which is  poured an Indian ciirry sauce, so strong, that  they cannot  possibly know what they are  eatiog.���������It Is said to  be the intention of the  Princess of Wales-to return to Copenhagan  with the Queen of Denmark, it being the  opinion   of her medical advisers  that   the  change to her native air will have a most  "._*.'--.   '"**"' dy reeov-  ition from  .  i4. .....,-incrcase ; a  n u m b er of._ tb ipse ;qu i ttihg the country  are of the,small farmer class. ' t  Stee 1,e-s  Restaurant,  PJCIIFIBLD.  ..    .....   _~   muh_v������   vy   any   one   :  above, leaving the same at the Office of this  Barkerville, 8th June, 1.67.  paper,  PAUL HOHM  2w  FENTON    SALOO  RICHFIELD.  STEELE BEGS-TO INFORM HIS OLD FRIENDS  and Patrons, that lie has open lm hU OLD STANt.  where hi- will be glad to s>.te tlicm.  tfcf Meals at all HoVRa -Ca  June loth, 1867. ��������� U������  L.  MOUTTET & Co.,  RICHFIELD,.  WHOLESALE   &   RETAIL   MERCHANTS.  \ LWAVS ON HAND, CALIFORNIA AND ISTRMU3  Ix Butter, :tt $1 25 per lb.  Sole Agents for Girod Se Guichor  June 10th, 1J>07.  choD, Quesnelmouth,  IU  FOR SALE.  JThi. 'Universal Practice ot  'A COMPLETE SET  OF  EXTRA: STRONG  INDIA  JrL   Rubber'Hydraulic'Hose, Logether \vith Pines and  Nozzles thereto belonging, for sale cheap.  - "For particulars, apply to Mr. F. W. L-  Bicbfielrt.. , f'  . 26th May,:1867.  COS M OPOLIT AN  Restaurant  and  Bakery,  BARKERVILLE:  Pipes and  LAUMEISTER.  TWE.UNDERSIGNED HAVING THOROUGHLT ������'.  A novated hia Establishment, has re-opened tbosama  fortlic acconimodatlon of the'Public, and trusts w  merit a share of their patronage.^ His-Biikervnas.il.w  undergono repair, and ho��������� fs nhw ready, to execuW  OTl ers frnm nil wh.\ ,.-!r.k  ���������A^.������ ���������_._.:. ;.j .8   -������������������   '���������������������������    *���������  orders from all who wi?hy good br������ad.  June loth, 1867.  JACOB VELTE, Proprietor  IU  c count ant,  Collector, f|j|  AND  .,   .-,, -..,,,_������������������     . ...        "���������--' ~r ���������,.,**./' eironmstances it is evidently important  the bmlaing into prpper exhibiting: gases and ������uids extracted by roasting- s  a  to get  p ���������r^ 1,_J^I<������_ vau'v������wu_  order, and at least. two months to. make the  place presentable.  ',.-The imperial conimission  * ; 1ms not yet deemed itright to provide visitors  with seats.   One "has to trudge on from case  to case, wi th 0 u t rn u c h ch ance to res t.   Ladies  are seen toil irig ab on t, too much i a te rested. - to.  . go away fro in: the; objects to be' seen, and yet  r - to 0 w ea ry to 10 0 k:' a t.. th e m with th e a t ten ti o n  they deserve.   The number of exhibitors will  . dpniiin ISto, ;there.were nearly 29.000.���������The  Pgv&nd jury, at the  old Bailey  Sessions, ignored the bill of indictment brought against  TOo 1. Nelson an 3 Li e u fe .'Brand,, for th eir co.m-  . plicliy in the Jamaica murders.   The charge  ��������� giyen.bn that occasion by the Lord Chief Jus-  . lice (Cockburn) occupying sixi hours in its  delivery, is. characterized as an_ able, legal exposition.   An English paper, speaking of it,  says : never were the civil liberties of Eng-,  jishrcren at bome^nd English. coienW^ai abroad^ f  t.that all the  houldjho car-  COMMISSION    AGENT,  B A li KB R VILLE,  Ofitcb ���������Opfobitk N_ Conio's Brrwsht.   _  June 17, 1867. .13  Ilill  MMm  mm  ���������__ pres  Rous ter, where  L and not exhausted as in the Ojylindej  the Coffee is required lo remain fc 'in net  He also calls attention to his no rivalled Hair Restorative, guaranteeing to stop hair from falling Out, in  one week, und in rcasona-bio time restoring Hair to its  former slate and color.  Also f> en tie men's furnisldng Goods ; finest assort-  1 oh t of .Shirts. Underclothes, Neck Ties, Scarfs, etc.  27th May, 1867 '' -  Ski ft.  THE "CARIBOO" SENTINEL  ������  its fitness for drink.  tary parts wli ich _. rad 11 a 13y d estroys  * But-tb retain the essential oil  mend  opt and Shoemaker,  BARKERVILLE.  "DOOTS AXI)  SHOES MADK TO  OKDI.R AT &$  s__b__1sb-  ___!_^__P  os, who have hitherto been obliged to rVfr Ja fmrn  jiking Coffee on account of its ill effects that they may  use our Coffee,, roasted in tho Conical Roaster, bejnff re  commended by all medical men under whose Sot"  hys been brought, andbv num*���������* mw������* i^itiYYilf,  ���������4* n, *���������    brou������ilt 1 and by numerous other testimonial's  faVOr'   ���������_������*��������� ,r    k   *    JELL & cC        I cuted with noatnes^^dTsnatX  ^variety ofLw0rna^^^~^  nt f^^o^anxmes for  ���������������alls, Concerts, and  or irtM r. fwatrioal Entertainments.  2������^_y.25^������f!. ������f.J<* Work will be oXo-  1  ?  t  t  *���������  <i  h  I  ���������  C  h  tm~ Opposite Cariboo Sentinel Office. -f5������  ���������lunoeth, i8f>7 lm  Bissolution of Partnership  fHE COPARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE EXISTI/?  A between FKKD.BI.ACK und CHARLES WALDBN .  man mining speculation^!, is this day dissolved, ������J  ennsequonco of the said Charles Waldpn not h&vm  complied with any of tho conditions contained >uj"I{  instrument executed by the above named "parties. ������*  pusiucss transactions wili in futuru be carried'ca 07  theuudersigned.  t^ t __-<���������    - PREDEMCK- B*UCt '*���������  BftrfcarvtH*, T������3i.j������������������, \iffl. /" ,.+ II������ THE CARIBOO SEMM.L  a*30ve busj.  here horafc:  IndsVfgi  HI  NNOUX&Bf  ���������and fas.K  !IPeiJ*"f������B  5S3lOO_|jg     I  :OOM, es������  lhe J___;^ ^g^  ||  URRV.   !  ���������RES? a  hippeiu  rive bw     r ...  ^ fr!;������ lliffe  OOL,     |������j|:  A*"1   B_F'^  Hi  BIENW'Si^  STASH, ffillf^  ::' 'liif  ���������'������������������V:': ���������.   -||^������S  ANTS, gP^  fHOT3 HBK  iutli.  ���������IM  STJi  TR_.  csama  ists? w'.  asal"1"7  11-8 :  ;or,  s  13  *H������_*i_iHi  Ma_iS_j  E$������__SS3mB  THIJRSDAY,>nJNB 20, 1867.  ���������4 man named Aathbny #as fined, in the Police Court $50 for selling liquor to an Indian.  '��������� X-^Thpy Hudson1 Bay; Gomp&nyhkyeisent out  parties to explore ���������; a rente from; Gardiner's  .:CflQaL.to;Fr^ser-r|rer������ With tiie^ exception of  one or. two;portages the connection is thought  to be 'continuous.���������Wild strawberries are  "being/gathered;iii 3arge quantities round /Victoria.���������Mr. John Walton, who had his arm  iXihattered'Some time .ago, by an/ unknown_*fig-  ) '*assin������ whileijwalkinff- aloug :/the Esquiraalt  road; is si nking. rapidly from the injuries he  ;';. then^ree^eived^ and no hbple/is/ entertained of  ;his recovery.t1 A ikan name d C;R..Walters,  who said he wast air old- nunerahdjpi^spectorj  was brpuffh. before the magistrate, for selling  ' liquor to Indians, and allowed se ved days in  ; which to leave the country.���������The British Ben-  ;*yolent Association, in San Francisco, gave a  b anque t on the 28tl{ ul &']at which one hundred  and' seventy,; guests were pr esen t.-^ The /flag-;  ; "-Mbtp "Zealous/ ['Aiidirai HawEihs"' "saf le d from  Valparaiso on theI2tb /April, for Victoria..^  The /Custom House, Post Office, and Treasury  offices are about to be removed to the'pre-  X H_js������_}_ recenlly^fjficariiexl .bs~ Jklesst^-F-p-aflk-linT  on Government" street.���������The two hundred  miles of Behring Straits telegraph cable has  been coiled in Selleck's warehouse, Esqui-  malt���������The exports of coal from Nanaimo, for  the month of May, were 2,531 tons.���������The construction ofthe Esquimau. telegraph line has  been commenced.���������His Excellency Governor  Seymour has started in.H. M. S Sparrowbawk,  on a tour of inspection around the island^ in  tho course of which  lency's ' intention   to  lab.  mission. The  playing  at   Portland.-  attacked  while on his  it is His Excel-,  visit the Metlakat-  Pixley sisters are  -A gentleman was  way borne one dark  night, near the corner of Douglas and Chatham  streets, by an unknown assassin, who plunged  a knife into his breast \ the blow was fortunately checked by the weapon coming in contact with the victim's suspender.���������H. M.S.  , Malacca ran aground on the s&u'dheads, at the  mouth of the Fraser, hut got off again without  sustaining any ..injury.���������Capt. Bazolgetto hnd  Lieut. Spars hot, who have for nearly eight  jrears had command of the British garrison at  Han Juan Island, have been relieved, and will  proceed to England by the first steamer.  ' ��������� Bid Bexi*.���������From th<*������ Big Beild mines there  as'little news. The steamer Forty-nine arrived; at the landing,.on her second trip,ipn  Igtti-ult :fi The ;��������� first ^trip/she/ brought up 'ten  passengers,XandVithree -tons; of Vlreigbt yAhe  second, fifteen passengers, and six tpnsrof  freight No /difficulty;';w^/..'^_i^iehc^>:pzi  either occasion. It was anticipated that .there  would shortly be a considerable immigration  from the Blackfoot ��������� country/ Big Jack, the  well known boatman,//brought the. report to  ���������S a vana's Ferry,. j list as; Mr. Fi n 1 ay son /was  leaving, that four men .had taken $19 001 out  of a claim on Frenchj.creek>;.ih one week.  What claim and what'persons"���������"'deponent  ������aith nbt" y '/Mr. Finl ay son confirms the statement we published some time ago respecting  the unusual ^severity of the winter, and/ con-  sequen t /mo r tali ty amp ngst th e s to c k i n:. the  Kamloops country* The Hudson Bay Comb  ,p.any/a steamer Marten.bas;���������: been caul keel and  painted, and is all ready for business so soon  rns sufficient offers to j us ti fy he r in r u lining.  She will probably make a few trips at any  Tate towards the end of the present month, for  the purpose of carrying the company's freight  forward to Kamloops^B ritish Co lu mb ian.  Trading with Sitka.~WV 1 earn by telegram the; other day. that. fiie ZBritish steamer  Fi de liter / bad sailpd. from Per fclan d' with a  numb er /of, passengers ��������� and c onsiderable  freight,; ��������� flo/ur, provision^ ; etc.; ibr Sitkaym  Vancouver Island., Being a Britishv vessel  she cleared for; Victbri^v rathef; than for Sitka  directiand recleared at the British port for her  final destination, without;breaking bullc;v/ The  folio wing telegram from X Washi ngton, - if It,  sfould arnye^at; Sitka before the Fideliter,  ;would cause��������� some jtrouble^^^^^ not .an  American vessel, nor does she come from an  American Port, and she has not a.special perr  mit frotn a United States Collector of Gustoins  countersigned by the Russian Consul: ;: ''Tpijf[  - * Washington j ^ May ���������' 25th^By //arrrangement  with Mr. Seward,/ Secretary, of/State; the pri-  ifileges altewed by'telegram of tlie 22 nd instly  prior to the exchange of the ratification of the.  treaty; are to be conceded / only to mercliari-  dise arriving in American vessels from American ports, under a special permit from a  United States Collector of Customs, countersigned by.: ��������� the/ Russian Consu I, and landed  under special control of an American agent.  Transmit to  Sitka.'      ' ;: ...���������_.;:'.������������������������������������ :ffXXTy:'X"i -fiXf-PPy.  ���������We fear bur/Oregon friends y have^ /been; -a  1 ittle too iast; and that in trying1: to forestall  the market for thj^JMflaj&m^  'hTve'b>ougTiri'6ss.and~trouM   on themselves.  ���������Saa Francisco Bulletin.  Wagon Road to Grousb Creek.���������We observe the Government has issued notices calling for tenders for the construction of * a  wagon road. from Cameronton to Grouse  creek. -The; terms which - the Government  propose are so very liberal that there cannot  fail to be a strong competition.' Only think  of it, ye road contractors, the. remuneration  for this work is to be a charter granting the  privilege of levying certain tolls for a stated  period, at the'expiration of which the road is  to pass absolutely into the hands of-the Government We ought to be extremely grateful  to our worthy legislators for the deep interest  they appear to manifest towards u's, in making such a munificent provision for the convenience of this community.  Ax Elopement in'' Salt "Lake.  Lake Vedette, of May  6th,  sava :  informed yesterday, that a  proprietor of one of the  in this city eloped with  -The Salt  We were  handsome  popular restaurants  a very Rich young  very  .v. '"  The Destruction of Idaho City.���������The  Idaho World gives aft account ofthe burning  of Idah& City on the 18th May, with a loss of  over one million dollars. The editor says:  u At tbe time the alarm sounded in our office  wc had just finished an article, in which we  referred to the fact that this would be tlie  second anniversary of the great fire of May  18th, 1865, which laid this city in ashes, and  recommending to our citizens generally a  greater watchfulness during the day aud night  to guard against a repetition of the calamity.  The ink was not dry upon the paper when  *he alarm of fire reached our office.*" Nearly  ^the whole city was destroyed, only a few scattered and some fireproof buildings remaining.  Powell & Co., formerly of this city, who escaped the first fire, lost over $4,000 by this last  conflagration, and that amount was fortunately insured.  ^Axr Australian paper announces the recent  discovery of a new species of liquid gum or  oil in that country. A tract of land not less  than ten miles square had been discovered,  which everywhere abounded with bubble  springs of this gum or oil. while ail around  were vast quantities of tho gnm solidified into  the consistency of India rubber. This, when  exposed to a fire, burns with a bright flame,  accompanied by a thick smoke, and a smell  like old grease.   Tii������ substance is light and  lady.Jtue daughter,of one of our hotel keepers. The young lady having been thwarted  in her desires by her cruel " parient,'* watched her chance, and quietly descending from a  second story window with all the grace imaginable, sank into the arms; of her help ved' in.  a most romantic style; One/ of the IF. ���������&  Judges soon/ made, the "twain of one flesh/"  and we can assure; the: ciiri ous that the ��������� parties are well matched, but possessed of .those  worthy qualities which ever insure matrimonial bliss, We wish them a long and happy  life,';;;-/>,.;../:���������/'-,/.���������., /���������;-'/ 'V; >'\..:���������'���������*.���������>  /Mrs. PeWolfeI Redivivus.'���������The San Francisco Call says :./ /Mrs. Dr. DeWolfe, who has  been promenading the streets of San Francisco  for more than a year, dressed in an outre green  dress,'which attracts great attention from small  boys and ill-bred men, has gained a proselyte,  who, the other day, appeared on Montgomery  street in /company with the original;; She,  however, appeared ashamed of herself, and  hid her face from the view of the people in  the street by carrying her parasol so close to  her face that she could not have got through  the streets had she not been piloted by Dr.  DeWolfe, who walked in front of��������� the ladies,  dressed like the amphibious monster in the  " Black Rook." /    ./  Novel Pin.���������One of the most curious kind  of novelties to. be seen at the Exhibition of  Paris-Is ah electric cravat pin.. The knob is  of various devices. It is a hare with a taboV,  or a drummer with his drum, or a death7s  head with a loose under jaw, or a dog. Whoever chooses to wear such a pin, has connected with it by a wire a small electrical battery  In one of his pockets. He puts his hand into  his pocket, touches a button there, and off  goes tbe pin. The hare'begins to patter on  the tabor, the drummer to beat on the drum,  the death's head to clatter and roll his horrid  eyes,and the dog to bark or snap. When tbe  hand is lifted from the button instantly all is  quiet.  From the 49 Creek Mines.���������A letter to  the Walla Walla Statesman, dated May 16th,  contains'the following news of the mines ou  # creek: "News from Creek 49 are still  conflicting^ Some of the tender-footed miners  from there give poor acconats, but there is  gold there, though much harder to work than  at first supposed. Dick Fry's Company, who  are at work at the mouth of the creek, have  already.taken out one thousand dollars. Marshall & Co. are putting in a hydraulic, and  they express the greatest faith in their claim.  Tfoere aro about 45 men on the creek."���������Ore-  S The Mount . GENisTiwS^L^The: Journal  dp Savpie gives some additional ��������� particulars  concemiag the present state of the works iu  the tunnel 'jM Mount Cenis : " The excavations had been for the last two years; delayed  oa^the French slope by a vein of quartz,  which did not/ admit -of ah/ advance pf more  than.frpm two:to two and a^aftfeet per day.  The layer has now been gotthrough, and, one,  pf much softer stone havirig; succpicdedi;- the  perforating'machto  double; that distance ^each day. In a short  titoeV; when/ certain improyiements/jshall have  be,en. effected in the machinery, from six to  seven feet will be perforated every twenty-  four hour$. After the sectioa how worked, a  portion of schist; equally; friable^Will//be entered on; a^d^ this has ^afead^  oiithe^Italian side/ Thpunited^prpgress will  then amount ���������: toy a t6tai of /thirteen i feet per  ' die ni, an d in /��������� four; y cars, the ' tuhu el wi 11 be  completed^/^ In -the ;mearitime^;/tbe English  company of Mr*' Fell is actively pursuing for  tlie State' the restoration of the imperial road  between St. Michael and Modatip, which was  carried ol*V;on several points, as may,be re-  .membered^by ��������� an- 4aun dati o a of the 'Arc in  autuihii 1 ast/ Mo re tha n 1;5 0 0 men are e m-  p 1 oy ed on that .work; The same firm is al so  prei ceeding wi th the; rail way over Mount Gen is  which it hopes to be able to open for/traffic  -before-the end of tne^re^n.:year7,r     ;'.. ";"���������'  The Hudson Bay; Companv's CnAtMS.���������We  find the following important paragraph in the  Canadian News.of the 4th April : Advices  from* Washington report that, under the joint  commission;which has been for some time  sitting in that capital, the. claim1 of indemnity  to the Hudson Bay Company, on account of  the Oregon territory ceded to the United  States, is to. be-settled at-������150,000, .that  amount being taken in preference to an indefinite posj,ponement of the question. ���������  Bed Rock Drain.���������The Drain is being cleaned out with all possible haste; three shifts  of workmen are engaged and the work progresses at the rate of ,12ft. every 24 hours, .ft  is foijhd to be easier to run the, drain through  the old workings of the Moffat claim than to  clean put. the old drift, and besides gives the  draiu/abetter grade. v- ff f  An; exploring expedition is about to be sent  out from England, wholly at private expense,  to explore the unknown interior of Greenland,  The party will be under the Buperintendehce  of Mr* E. Whymper, artist, and Dr. Brown, the  discoverer of Leech river. The expedition  was to leave Copenhagen about the 8th April.  An order has been received in San Fran-  Piscp for ;a number/of live frogs to ;be' sent to  H6hplulu,;tp renew the attempt Ap raisejthem  in the/Bandwieh Islands.; /It ������������������_; has beeii tried  several times, but the frogs have .always been  destroyed in the cqutse of a few months by  rats or some other animal fond of choice  meats, / ���������;/;;.''//-.';���������. /���������.���������/��������� "fXif  Mr; Letgh EfARNEtT, who is hpw in Victoria,  intends visiting the mining regions of British  Columbia shortly, for the purpose pf making  geological surveys/and reporting on the capabilities of the/country, v  Pardoned. ���������His BxceHericy/the Governor  has been pleased to grant a free j>ardon to the  t\vp} Ghinameii s/eh ten ced to; fourteen years'  penal servitude, for kill ing a Chinaman at  Lillooet a couple of years ago;:  CBiiX���������Wp would call the attention of /our  readers to the announcement in our ad vertis-  ing columns of Mrs. Parker's ball,, which  comes on? in this town oi Saturday evening  nexd   '.. / .., ���������'���������', 'i'pXfipi : X ,.;��������� ::.'/;';'  Oolachan oil is said to be a capital cure  for asthma.   Some of the oil will be sent to  England to have its medicinal qualities tested  ., i ��������� ��������� -      ��������� ��������� ��������� -.    ���������-, i  Job Eden has sold out his business in Victoria; to Mr. N.Bailey, and intends coming  here.(  AUSTRALIA.  fcKW ftOCTU   WAJJ5S.,  Sydney dates are to the 1st April; Wolllng*  ton dates to the 8th.   ��������� fffy  The. Sydney correspondence of the Star  and Herald has the following:  Mr. Napier/ manager of the Commercial  Bank, was found drowned in the pond in his  ���������garden. ��������� He-is supposed to have Talloz. into  iti da fife. - /���������;  Scott, the murderer of his wife, was executed on the 18th inst.,"-arid persisted in proclaiming his innocence to the last, v;  The Executive has suspended the principal  Government o_Scciis of the public work3 departments, iu consequence of enquiries made  into Eastwood's frauds.    X'f  f fi-  Tbe weather during the paat week has boon  unusually boisterous, with extremely heayy  rains and thunders to rrus. The schooner Mo*  seiie was wrecked at Bulli, and the steamer  Kiaraa detained a whole week in Merimbula  harbor, the mouth of which becarao filled  witlrsand and compelled the steamer to pat  her cargo ashore before she could get out.  Pariiaraent *"is:expected to meet' early In  June and a stormy session is looked for.  A meeting of the' American residents was  held last' week, at^ "which resolution������ wera  .pa.s������������dH.tbafcr__^e/.pr^^ does -Bo^ptr.r--  sess the confidence of the American residents*  ' "'���������? '��������� ''if.' '"-yicTdi-irA. .;'��������� ./.   ���������;���������  Mr. Beaumont, lace, second toapf r>f tho  Opera company, while out shooting.Mtfl Mr*  Lystcr, received the charge pf the-, iatter's  piece in the face. The shots penetrated . the  eyes, completely destroyed one of them, and  rendering the.safety of the other very,.<dnbion������  The celebrated railway case, Bruce v. tho  Queen, has been settled by tbo . government  paying l������i07,50() in full of all .demands, aria*  ing out of the. rail way contracts.  Dickson, latb bill clerkof the Oriental Ban*������  has been committed for trial;fpr stealing Aho  securities belong* ng to tbe. Ban k, particulaxtf  of which have;already apie.ired* ;./  The exports of wool, of the clip of l866>  from Octpber/.tp the end of ^farcb. amount  to 153,052 b'altia,' aii in crease of 2 2,000 bal������������  over the pre vlpus season.; ;.  ;.;.     ':��������� ';  The sale of .'.Fisher's celebrated racing ntnd  proved a failut_e. ���������FjshopJ.,the crack -. of tbe  stable, and winner . of the Tasmanian champion race, was sold for 1^00 guineas,-but waa  repurchased by;Mr. Fisher,who.stopped iho  sale rather than, let the Block go belo w. their  value.1 "ff'f+'f-f. '."  - .  ���������;   _.' Tiff ff.  Tho schooner Albion of and for Sydney,  coal laden, was driven ashore about ten mile*  south of the Heads, during the gale on Satur*  day night. Only two seamen wore aaved out  of seven.       . ���������������������������  .'. ...<.t7EENSLAM>.  The new settlement at Towflsville has been  visited by a severe hurricane, which almost  destroyed tho entire town and did great daov  age to the sugar and cotton plantations. Tb*  damage to the town is^ estimated at ������15,000.  The schooner Bva, which left before the galo  came on, is missing, and is supposed to have  foundered.     .  Government intends extending the telegraph to Cape. York.  The cotton crop is nearly all picked, and fe  larger than at first anticipated.  It is said that Mr. Dion, the well knows  billiard player, has sold his fire-alarm appara**  tus patent for tho handsome sum of $34,000*  MAGISTKATE'S COURT.  POLICE COUKT.  (BeforeH. M. Ball, Est}., J. P.)  i Thursday, 13th June, 1867*  Join Collins, who was charged by Mrs.  Brooks with using abusive language towards  her, in the 12th inst, was bound over to keep  the liace for six months,  Henry Knight, charged by Isaac Dixon for  assault at Richfield, on 13th inst. Charge dismissed, and defendant to pay costs.  .'?    COUNTY    COURT*  (Before H. if. Rail,'Esq.)     ���������  Monday, 17th June, I8_*f\  F.J. Barnard v. C. Fulton.���������This was a  case involving the ownership of Eddy branch;  situated on the wagon road. It was maintained by plaintiff that the lan_i having beea  abandoned, in consequence of the non-residence of tbo claimant, was re-located by him  in April last. Defendant, who holds a mortgage on the property, adduced evidence to  show that the laud had been occupied by his  agent for some time previous to plaintiffs  preemption. The Magistrate gave judgment  in favor of defendant with costs. Mr. Walkem  for Plaintiff; Mr. Robertson for defendant  GOLD COMMISSIONER'S COURT.   ;  (BeforeH. M. Ball, Esq.)  i * ���������  18th June, 1S67.  W;|mott v. Brusseau.���������This oase was deci*  ded at the last County Court, but a new trial  having been granted, on the application of  the defendant, and fresh evidence adduced,  the jiry found a verdict for the, plaintiff, for  The Aurora Co. washed up yesterday 904 j the sim ������* ?ft? cent8,   ^r' ^ar^ *or P1^^ \  ounces as the result of three days work.'        -Mr. Bobertson for defendant  go man.  (Before E, M. Sail, Esq.)  ;     Monday, 17th Jun������, 1867.  Plumbago Co. v. Kelly  Co.���������Action was  brought to compel defendants to show causo  why they should not be restrained from de*  priving plaintiffs of the  water  of Lowhee  creek, and to compel them to return the water  so diverted, to its natural c pit tee.*  After hearing a number of witnesses on both sides, His  Honor decided that piaintifife were entitled to  a sluice-head of water, for the proper working  of their claim, and ordered defendant* to al*  low plaintiffs tho use of such sluice-head accordingly^    Defendants   to pay  coista.   Mf*  Weikem'for plaintiftVand Mr'. Park for &&���������  \fmdfint&,  i>wJwmu>iiMti^^uMifMmMMn!kVi������^uimjiiinjsBtaii> >*tff
"***^'BTd]vumfifr.;,eViijenfly is not partial to
practical jokes, or other little pleasantries of
that nature/  He says.:
. vi.don't like, when in katapany, tu hev a
���jcbair ontu wich I am:about tu- s^uot, pulled
. away & konsekently I go tu the floor, cansin*
a bust 6v: larfter & snickerin' ��� arming the wi-
.miis.   Itaintgx;atifyia*.   .-.
I don't like a feller tu^ay," Stand up tu.
ra��, back.tu .back,iefc1^ see how much diflrence.j
������2iare iz in our .iife," & then for hira tu bend
fprard sudden & vigerons, sendia'nie face tti j
tbe floor, dislokatin' iny. back, or puttin* the
3timttago iritu" it.; -. It aint agreeable, by no
fm&iisfi ff;:   y;  \.y-.\f ���:������/:���'>yf .   fyip.  ���.'.-
.'���. Tdon'tTifce fur a chap to put the red hot i
end ov a' cigar unto mi face, savin* thare wuz j
&Wtbare &he .didn't/meen to burn me.   It
aint heltby���not tu.hkn.   ���.
," I don't like for a chap,.wich I confide intu,
tu say, honest like, " Si, don't yoo.want tu go
& see Warren fti-nite ?   Fve got. a ticket <fc.
can-1 use it. . Yoo'd better ��o���here,** upon I
*E   SE-
lectionof. Daces and Patent MEiuciVES.-lii^id-
.ing the celsbrated, Golden   Balsam,   and   Marohv'S
Mixtures, ror the complete cure ofSecondary Syphilis.-
t Si" tPa,1 va_*;ie'y 0��,S^aparillas, Hiir Brushes,
l^ri ^f^ S��m1*' Tooih ^^Spwgw, Fancy
S:wp.T, Luhm's Extracts,- Rose Water and other Per-
lum^rtes, Gar.lea S.edsf &&,&?.
^ustreceired-.an assortment of Stationery, Pocket
Diaries for 1867, and BiliUrJ T.tble articles
F. S ���Prescriptions carefully, componn'led.1    1-s'.  .
W H O'L e gki a fAi^^f'X^kTAl0yp
J. H_ TURNER & CO.,     S
-i<5^___. .;;   - IMPORTERS - OF*/: ���;' .\; . ,���' f - h':
English & Frencli^_k8^:Shawls,. Dresses, Underclothing, Gloves, and every; description.; of
-���:��� '������'i^rj\>eTy^G66tls.f:.y.iTlA.y'y'-Tfy.f.
Receive regular supplies by Express via Panama and
by sailing vessels via .Gaps Horn.-.     ���
i����?~ Pa rh* en It rat, ten* fori irlvpri f,��� ,.__ _,_.___,_,.
ony. ui find put. ltz.a last yeers peace ov
pasteboard, &..oy.itioakoiiat.   It makes mi
blue! bile, that duz......--,������:,������.:,=....:���,,- -..ff
. ;I don't like,; when,, in .a��� party -wich iz iin-
bib'n'ohtu .whisky punches, tu hev a free-
mabnered kiiss in';thef'krovvd, one ov these
afford every accommodation to the travelling public, and hopes by a strict, attention to business, to
merit a share of the patronage bestowed ou tho former
proprietors. This is ono of tbo most comfortable and1
commodious Hotels on thc road, containing ns it docs
warm an'I well furnished bedrooms with good beds.
The TABLE is supplied with every delicacy it js pos
XKtf* Particular attention given to all orders,
London Firm���J^F. Ttwsf all & Co; V
y.,l.x wff :;I^TTO_Sr":;C}|T^B.--..c:;.: '
Begs.to inform the public general^thatl)
TABLE ^ fJORAli iCCOlirfi
f Ohvhis premises;To*. Upwards of ^_o0 jj    T
'-ff y -pif ^^sr^oi^RATEv:^;.- m
wzch I uike.the.ticket, & put for the Mooseum s ol;i0 Pfoam in the npP>r country,   the BAR m
���-  ^   ':-''   -"*  *--������������ ��� ��� ci2^Wil11 tb�� bm'��f:&**<**��� -at! the choicest
\vide-awake chaps tyichduz things all in a
6 ^ksc, '���p a t:: -Ji isr finger 1 atirtfi i*"pi.ncK
.^.r^oke.yo _ _.
sttr it round & taste ov; it-even if he duz say
at s good.   I perfer tu be tni own judge���I do
*~��n ,��.. for one,of them free-mannered
I don't like f<
- ^v**. w *������ iwi. uuc;ui iimiu iree-mannered
,; '-��� kuasee tu say awl of a siiddin*"'? hold still, Si.
I ��� i ���thare's1^ musketeer_"* & hit me a thunderin"
!. i:v:\7elt on the cheek. sayhV '*.. the kuss got away
s  ��� ;arfter awl.'*   It ahit  soothiri',-.& iz apt tu
feiier/tu.:.^^3[n a corjal
.... . . .43T...MEALS. ��� $1-50--SACK.���**����  ' -
Thc sto bling for Horses is all that could be desired,
and the charges are very moderate. Hay for Horses
per day, $2 ; Oats and Barley at tho cheapest market
rates. ���'    ���    '
 The un.(*eraign��d..lifl8.a>4arga--Qanntityb't>fOAT HAY'
ohhanii, for sale in large or small quantities.
JOES PELLET. ER, Proprietor.
bring cm a fite:
I don't like for a
������-   vttu pay f^r the ehtertiinmeht^Tlii'e refresh
v: -;. inent duz no good in sich cases.
f;  I.don't IHce (u Kev'achapgiv me\"i thunder-
ff \ tin .s.ap ontu .mi back; ^knok mi. hat off. jest
Ifwp��goin> *turbo^-iu- a female; and then
V the frf��P-lY1onn_��i��_��/l.���_!?��_.�� A.%��.',��: r\i.   r__ _���     j;
AS FOR SA*G"S. and constantly on hand,
a well assorted Stock of Drugs, all tho Chemicals
used  by Physicians, -Photographers,  kssayers   and
Mechanics,   Also tho popular -Patent Medicines, and
[.dries. '[������������'���
Ingot Moulds,
Corner of Langley AJAef andiYates gt^
Have opened thenjjo^e^premises^wiib a large
1   And well assorted Stock ""���        ��
., ?i_ c_p.Ji,--��i,- .-..-^ -",-:������,     .-���.- ,,, ������
fresh imtim
-    - AND^PLOVVER--iSEEDS^:j^
The business of thelato flrmbf Jay & Co.; Fort St
and Fpnngnt-ld Nursery, will he carried on by then!
in .mJI its branches. *    ���
9hnS" wr��iCK_!ln!*,BrV.shes' E^rgrbeji and Deciduous
Shrubs. Balba.ana.FJuwori!.g.p_*_ite.._,r-��wryx��e<crj��--
lion. �� * J    - V-'
 .             .-.���..��� l-is
two to twenty-five pounds
Packod in Tins of from
Fort striict, Victoria.
, ;v:;\��b:6;st:o,n,;ba''E
f kilter
1 veller^ The -Table "1s supplied Z\rZS2 ?*M
the best the market aflbrJs, andXlffli?^
be excelled. ; The Bar is stocked wtl. thll^
Quons and Cigaks. GOOD BEDS - ,flaesl *
^ts - / 0.. i: ^^AflJCHARTiRs'
������J.ff�� -.!���_._���..__._____. '"' '-:.;     V'Woprteftj;
;,-Wholesale and^ detail Merchant in
foresf�� TSpusiT
36 MILE   POST, g^
TRWnT5LLIS3 J?0'fi"d>Y^flccommodatio_at.
A Hotel.   KxcellentCooking.   GOOD BEDS.
STABLING FOR HORSES:       *     fjff
TIMOTHY HAY and OATS at Lowest fo JS
s      frpprictfs
*���-. s���:. Jjev tbe free-mannered;*'uss say, Ji Oh, I thavvt
it wuz Jim Brow'n." Jfcfraakes one feel awk-
f ������ .}erdly.   Make sure oi. y^r Jim Brown.'&then!
>:���; ,-���: slap, biu^nqt htherwize?i.; '
'���'*'���'*t y:1 -jtola't'like..'for'4?felTet when he.shakes
-T r.nn5s, 0?,t0.:rae':fe0-:��qu^ "mrhandia ."tiizzen
ff, ��� -tillvl boiler with ^pane,f&.tb6; .tears kum. Its
^-i^istrate for himjTbiit its tbo^coarjur&pressiP
'."���_ ',���,  for .me. ;      ,  .    i"-,f    ������-���-'    f      ������>:
F$X���'�����?!!?%'s'rhahy othe^ things I don't;, like, ot
:;��r;- "similer kussedness; biit oV them anoh.-
��� "wv* * '���'-". '��� '���r'- ���'.-"������'������'���'"'    ������',:��� Y- .'.        �����������':' *'"'!   '���.���:������      ':���'���.   "
���I /    .'���*"":   ���������'i_3 '.-���-. *-""  ���������.-'-���     ;' -"��� \    ��� .       '      .        "
CRtddle\m:$m.--�� Szmb<yf. can you- tell
���    me m what building, people are most like to
./.,. ^ke<;pl(]l!�� :�� AVhy, no,.;^me.-strange in the
;..:���: town,.and can't tell-dat.?J-.-�� Well, I will tell
���..you^-it.isde.bank.*' ; �� Ho.w is:dat ?J*    �� Be-
;;    "cause dere are so many'drafts in it.?*   <( Dat
V ;; Jf *?ood *; but-can you tell me, sab,.what make
.   ;;rte^ po so many drafts in it:?'*   �� No."   ^Be-
'; -cause so many go dere to raise de wind. Yah,
"7ah, yab." - :   - .. *
-. :    . '.'���   ���OR���' . f
127   MILE_ HOUSE.
:_L desirable property, is now Frep-tr��.'d:(o nccomnior
date the trayolliug public. Tho table is supplied wilh
the very best ol viihds. The .bedrooms and beds are
as. cornier table as could be desired, and the BAR contains nothing, but the best brands of LIQUORS aud
��� A good stock of Grain and Hay. alwavs on hand.
Srd May; 1867. 3 W WRIGHT.
rpHK UNDERSIGNED begs to inform thc miners and
1 rJsiJ.nts iu k around Van Winkle that he will in future keep an assorted and GOOD STOCK on .banJ, and
liop.nsby close attention to business, and by selling
at LOWER RATES than heretofore, to meet the pa-
tronago of all.
0rler3 from outlaying creeks accompanied with the
CASH, will be forwarded with promptness and. dispatch, - v
j6��__P- Terms CASH, without distinction.
1-s J. W.  LINDHARD.
Wholesale and Retail,
Masonic Hail Government Street Victoria.   1-s
lectingj purcbasing, or forwarding Goods for tlie
upper country.
Any commission entrusted to his care, will receive
prompt attention^       	
References :���W. A. MsACiU-f, E. A. WadhaMS.>T.
Harper, J.J. Br.^mly.
Victoria, April, 1867. 1
The Bonaparte House, J
QEMLEN & PARKE, Proprietors', at _J
O Junction of the Cariboo and Big Bend Roal��:
now open for tbe accommodation of the public, fe
tancc from Clinton, 26 miles; from SavmuisStcaafa
Landing, 22 miles; from Spcncc's Bridge, 30 mile.
Travellers will ilnd prices and accommodations to $d
the times. Give them a call. Stabling, Huy k Gm-M
attentive hostlers. Stages leave -here regularly ft
vale, and Cariboo 1-j
.1 Travelling public; the bedrooms arc snn'cloosu^
airy and the Beds can.jot be surpassed for cieanitsa
and comfort by any iu tbo lower country; UioTaUeii
always supplied with the best of victuals.- Subife'
for Horses; Hay, pats and Barley constantly oa \wi.
"You say, Mrs. Sui ith, that you have lived
; with ��� the. defendant eight* years. Does the
���court understand from this that you ave married to-him ?"  '-'���������.       ;. rj; ���   . ;
���- ��� ~M In course it does."    ... [���'���'������
f Have you a marriage certificate VI
ly " Yes, your honor, three on "era���two gals
��nd a boy."  .     - ���     ���   >��� ���   ���<
-pEWJAMIN   DOUG-LAS, Successor to A.
D-WELLS, Saddle axd Harvkss Maker, Yale,  B. C.
4__f-A complete assortment of Stock, constantly on
hand. �����     ��� - :    1-s
Govkrvmbxt Street, Victoria, V. I. l
HPHE RSSTAUBANT is supplied with all the
1 delicacies of the season, and tho sleeping .accomo-
flation is ropl ete wi th every comfort. The best of
Wines, Liquors and Cigars. ....-.������ f-ff'-.;fi
1 -s J. BtGN"E & CO.; Proprietors..':
CON F E 0 TI 0 1ST'E'R,-'"";,"."���
Government Street; opposite the Theatre;  ���"
GANDIE3 of every description manufacturod and
sol I, Whol esa 13 a u d. Es tail. ] ���'". .., .'.:' i.'s /..
BOYD & HEATH, Proprietors,
TnJS HOlTf"E is situated 20 miles from QuesneIrao.lt. WsSffi-
X Too proprietors having latoly: fitted ��� ��_> --bedrMra' ^W^^
and good Bads are now prepared to afford evcrv accou- F^H
inodation I or Tra veil ers; iho Table is furnished with BrfP^
the luxuries that can be procured: thc D.ir is wellsufr���
Piedwith the best brands of Liquors audSetfflre: cm"-'..
Stabhng, Haj^Oats and BaW6y:.��� #3*The CH��APESl|
House on the Road..'     ���;.-.::.:   .. f^iff-:    "������'-" I*
Storage and Forwarding!
YALE, B. C. j
WE THE U.VDEKSIG.VED  TAKE \pleasure in an-
nouncing to our numerous  customers and the
public, that we wiil sujiply thorn with tlio best French-
Leatuek Boots {:hny ir jo) oyer pfferauMn B. C.
j8GS*M our old Siau I, Government'St., Vic toria,. VI
" Pat me that six iind-eigbt-penco you owe
ine, Mr. '3_hilrooney,,;- said a village attorney.
;;,. ii For the opinion you had of me." I Vale ?
v :Faith J'aerer had any b'pision of you aU (Goods!
my life.
The Pcrb Birds.���;"��� Are these pure canaries ���?*'. a'sireda young gentleman who wasne-
go ci 0 ti ng* _ b r. tv- gi ft. fo r his fai r.   * * Yes .sir,'*
.sal.I (Ik* dea.'er.conGdeiitially.' " I raised then.
."erebiid.s from canary seed.'' '
to.v Route, are advised that j
Have erected, an extensive Storehouse and (Dock at
Vale, an'I are prepared to Receive, Store, an'dJForward
Goods.    Goods re-packed, and freights engaged at tbe
Lowest Rates. i
parties shipping goods through us will please mark
to tlio caro of |
.X eently opened by the undersigned, who will mHk��. j
it; 11 is constant study by. using every endeavour to ace* j
mo-date the traveling public, to deserve a share of-tii I
pa��2i^ oestowedon'the former occupants. . 1
r tSSXi2e- ��� nr ^ntains nothinir but the very-best ef I
LIQb ORS anil CIGARS. Give him h'cfill : f:f . 1
fp1'8.' \ f .-: : : EDWARD ; TROFATTER   |
GO E O It i A Ii^TOTlEl
SODA   CREEK. '       1
'     ' "���"   1
;2_^Jf-yo:i want good Coffee n
_*..._��/.an-. -_-���-
** Felt's.
EAS,   I
Frost Street, Yale, B. ft,!
BKGS TO AKXOO  CE to thc inhabjtnhts ofiCarlhoo
that ho intends to forward (as soon as the state oi'
n Store, \Sf^:^^^^ ['LWOlt
tori;., V. I. "    b tobacco, Johnson street, Vic-,
  ,. ../* ����.*i.�� j.��.-> ��>n>u a�� 1 do state 0/
__.^_: ^..-...ar.^-.^-.^- g - ��-~". tt.--.-rw, j fhu ��� R vuls vviTl  p.Tmit),   a large and well issorted
VVff 011*" \DVFj?*7*f5*""^if Fyl*"'S Ist0c*z ��?^:9.K1 VG i=:T0VKS��� vthich he will &Hu*ka r,r��*
  _,.....�����/,   ����� MigB au��.i wen Assorted
Stic!.' of C:;okivg ItTovks, which he will dispofeo of at
Pmcfs to Suit the Tiaircs. T
Yale, 8th"April ,1807.
Ci-.'S TJTilO >& CO.. I a vmmm and Dealebs i .v
L5T.   CK5f'AR5, TOBACCO,-Micrshaum Pipes, &c, S E
corn er of Y.t tes a n d Wan r'l. s tr.se t, Vic toria.; s
���TfWOSGf L��e & CO., CjiiMissio.y Merchants, Im-
.*_tV PORTJCRs; andDeiKT.? in'Chineae Goods, Victoru,
:V. L,; Yale, Lillooet, Qucsnelhioutli,1 and Williams
ICre.eK.  __. ���....;���.';'  .: ���  ������'"'���' -. y   f'.fff-y"-. ���:.. ,1-s
Pj. MiK ST. Govprnnifint_Streot,: Victoria,: V. I.. 1-s .
, ��A ' 'FiBAI^KEL,; Victoria, V.i I., Ds&ler in Fuks,
.xju*,'iS#i;*3, Hidsss Wooiy&c; Liberal advances made
on.Fujt^ consigned- Roferyiice���G. Stttro & Go.j Jtsin-
Is*5tW<��i Victoria, V. I. 1-s
.��� a,'   /.       .��'f '.,'���.���.���'���'���'., ���
fl . Y-fi f:< ���'' '���        ':- '
PARTIES DESIROUS or shipping freight WtL t>tu
patch, wlUliniittothiffadfanWyg^
a cull before engaging elsewhere, ��� uy^pn_,us
Yale, April 8th, 1867. ^^ & BAWl
. Government Street ViSf v ?? ^^rant,
cheapest, most comfortihin ���� i,f' V l\ Tli3s '3 ��**>
iHbment'iriTthe City '   H best atl(i^^ 3Estab-
^^^S^ ff ���� o^'oe^of
n��g either the D.UIy or wShM^ues n^f'Vr1* nml,;
ftnypjirtof Eumn/tlierinifn,i��.�� 1 2,( tho "Uj'n*e t0
Ha, &c , left at thii ^^^f^S^^i *"**���
attended to.    iv��\ J �� ..Xl-!?1 to._}'etoaia .wili bo
GREAT DEDUCTION has been made firthiciS .^
at this establishment, so as to suit tho times.    .
Meals^ $1; Beds, 75 Cents.'T ���-.'
���     McLEESE & SENAY,
3y.i^ 1S07X y f ::..,������. .;pr^t^
T   ^^ATjTKRS, formcrijTof tho 94 Utiat Bom
inL, ?g1,,l!rchasClltlli8ftlnclj1 is now propped
winwnS^ Ul? trilvcli*'g Public with GOOD MEAli
<��nu��j_Ds at moderate ratos. 1-s
emosdo., 51250. LY> 12
uios do., $23
A. BULER & C0.?S
W. H. Sutton,
D^Si^K!QTORS *���c���**��> oil Oil,
f  ���. la Bbte. and halfBbis.
Yale, AprillSth, W. *H^UiS':
CS,fe an^ofd3' r GErS CAST OFF
fi_,��- ��_._A _ *��� f^";;^-   Secondhand Watches,
Gun.., Pistols, &c
^^GoverDmenWreet opposite the Theatre.
A \IEB?Y^L KN0WS HO0SR half-way boUvrcen
llvini ��� r*,U i,uU Good Accommodation. The best of
in 1\CimT18" anrt of W|ll6s Fresh-Butter, Mjlfe
'^-adVegotablgs.   Good Stabling nnd cheap feed. .;><*
111 MiLBmyuST^
withthil?c'*,n5)��of travelers; tho Table is supplied
tt��^ii^ior*e?wPfU,|n�� thit can be procurd, ��nd
flm \\r% "   V; " "'vuuaranu- _^
the Wagon Koad at this place.
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