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 /���������^J  yk  "yy  AAyA$yy  w   ^4!  ;^;:;-y^.-^yi?  -V   -x  '   -,  / ��������� -       , ��������� "  '������������������'"���������'������������������ ���������- ���������     'Ay'' lAy-:."'���������" ������������������' 'Ayw..;. ,'A���������. 1.;..'.---/���������:': - ��������� '���������  ",,..-- yAy- yy- ' A vy y \-Ayy������R?y?'>y y^  i,VV'^EKLT P'ilP-S-B.  [PPBLWriBD( EVfiJtY Mondat , and  ROBERT HOiLOWAY, PnoPBtUToa. v  jilBAR^ERVlU^, ;WitUA������������ tC������ai������T, Casko*  V    'Subscription, $1 per Week.;  l(ta������Hiifa* eost ^yeUvery,^Pa/aMo ���������to the .Carrier  THB'-GARIB()OySENTINEL*', ;;  I m not sure bat what he's about rigbt^for it  sepjnsv.to ;:meytbat: eye^man^ri'bb arM6r:  ought.to have, some occupktibii;" / y    * ,y -  ���������hft-iaid'-aoftly^ ���������:   ��������� v'vv :AAA * -  VNevermind, Hi wUt'for,Tou, Luke ������  '^  ^Luke^rto^u^d  bUyftccustQraed ;b&Uut8;!tnuchfco:the;8urpr}^  ofbJ8:fayaMOciates./:.Bi  he carried,^  p������ Uasverofatrengtbtohis^ouL: "I5liwait  for you ��������� Luk0.,J    ;     \fi   fi <   y'-i  vQ������*:[>!������������^  th������ grapevine in his front yard, that tbreat-  ened to break down with the weight of its  m*irlpii8vbijrdea;aneat looking cartdrove  ij STOCK' OF ,THIS rOFFlCK HAVING BRup up,from which^Xuke Jordaa ali^htod with a  1-T������BBWcrsbir������upa������rt^r**������* ec#*i-aaport^R- qnicfa^elasfcic stepptnrittrinrcb'htrast'witlrtis  >rat*W^  fc-h?^ d1������.at,ers- w* ca������ confidently recommend  ^^our Ooffeoj roasted in the Conleal Roaster, being il  ��������� cummonded,by all-mcaicil men fuuderwnos'o n^i'c/fr  K^^^glit������ andb^nuEfiorbus other fetimoriiSia  ��������� ���������������������������.-  . . ��������� , -   Qoffoo Merchant!?, .Yates St., Vtaiovta;.  v ^4-   1868 ' N >  r  NB\7 ADYERTiSEMENTS.  Posters,1 Circulars, Cards,, ^ ...  ': Billheads, Programmes for.       ;.- v.-. ��������� <  :    Balls, Concerts, and      .      v ���������,-. /  ::' Theatrical EntenammeataL.. ,  Ord������ni for *sy doscripUokL of Job Wortt will bo(SaT  ������ta* With B^itaesa and dtspatcb; -' - ....  iO* Torcha moderaw. *������������  29R  EARNING A WIFE.  ". And ao you; want to.marry my daugb tor,  ;6ubg man V said farmer Blif kins, rem or irijr  e * pipe from. bis mouth, and looking at tbe  uo������:-fellow sharply from head to toe."."  Despite/bis rather iodolent, cifeminate air,  hick was mainly tbe result of his education,  uke Jordan was a fine 1 qoki ng fel \ow, and  bt easily moved fromt bis self-po������8eision, but  e colored/and grew co nfu9ed^beueatfa tbat  arp,.scrutinising gaze, .  .   ": :  y. .  "Yea! sir;' I spoke to Miss Mary'-lust-night,  ddsbereferreilinetp)'������^^ !-���������   ,  T)io e Id - man s face soften ed.  ,: A; "y  '������:; said. ;.strokio j;- big. chi n wi th a-tbosVgb t U\}  ir," and she desefea-igbodhusbaiid^TBit  an yen dot" y  Tho youug man looked ralber blank at this  Jmipt enquiry. /'-  V If you refer to ray abilities to ��������� support a  ife.'i'cau ftasure joa���������v"  ;l I know ��������� tnat you arc a rich man, Luke  ������rdan, but I. take "it for granted that you ask  j girl to ratirry you, not your property.  '"hatguarautoe canyon pre me, ia' case jt  ���������lonid be swept aw;iy,R9 it is in thousands  D*taaces, that youcnuid provide for ber a  Difortab!e������home!   You have haotla and  rtiiDB~do you know how to us* tbem ��������� What  n you do? -; ; .- -fifiy.   .- - -   ^,  This waa a style -of. 'hffistitiup'for wbleb  .uke waa.quit^'uSpi-e^artfV'aad be stared.;  flandly.at tho questioner without speaking."  : -������I believe you maaagsd to gal through col-  jge-bave you any profes-ion ?,;  " No, sir; I thought���������"  "Itereyouanvtrude?"  .pmC^^OPiRATR,; ���������WORSCMA^niP UX'0  will .ple.a.������ai������eAd: their^ofdehi'tb/DyMcQUARRIK,'^ . -  ���������fH*W tbe. b������i of Frtaali��������� leath������ra alwiiva c������,  aami.; Orders fToja"Ctrlboa aiid ���������th^iippa^ebUtti'^  $Xm\>tt?MSA������d*A..HL^i ������������������.XC JtfcPJJAfiBU5y''  MerB..aJ.M4vi1.ue$.:'"".-;" v.:s??  ;;..-......���������:;.;,/:.-������������������/;,::;:.yyyyyyMA: -yy\.-���������  j rm;:-. yyyyyykyyi :Ay;yyAy\p :y.i  '   (      '.\   ���������       BAREEBVILLB,--        y-'      ./    ) fi  t\  ^&'  li Good morning Mr Blifkiaa,   Innderstdo^  that'you.Avantedl:0pysome^u^  etder barrels;; I tbink'l bave.Romo that will4  just suit you." V     fi\> fi / <  "Whose make are; theyr1 asked theolt|.  man, aa, opening the gate, be paused by the  wagon, y - -;-..��������� A. ..-; ������������������'  ;,fi; Mine," repiiedlulie with aa air 'of par.  dpnable pride.   .. '.������������������ '"' ;.'     .    ;  "���������"���������'  / Mr -Blifkiui examined them critically ona  by/one:  fi ���������fThcj'H do," be said, coolly, as be set  down the:last of the lol. ;��������� ,; What will ye!take  for tbt'in ?'* ;  'rt What I asked. you for six months ago today��������� your daughter, sir." . fiy\ ,.���������. /  .Tbe roguish twjnkl������ in the old otanV eyes  broadened iato.asmile. .','���������;'!.;.-"!"/  "You've got'-Vth������-n������b*t metal in you, after  all," he cried. 'VCotne iu������lad������������������om������*in.'<I  abonidn.-t wonder, if we ruadtt.a irade. after  ilVl ',.y! y.';.���������.-'. \y .'.- A:.    A yv^-'!;:'.!  Nothing: loth, ������uke' obeyed.  ^1-Molly;^uawlM-Mf: Biiffkijjs, tbnm^agh\%;  head into!tho kitchen door.       "yy'' **!. "A-  '^Moliy! trippod5 but into the entry.    Tb<|  roimd white  a:rras Were bared above the,  elbewa; aid bore tra/cea\-&lxtbe. flour she had  been ijftingi*;; Her dress was a neat gingham;  overwhichwis tiedVblue checked apron;  but s^ie :!ooke4 as-winning and lorely as ahc  always did wherevur she was found.  . 'She blushed and blushed and smiled as she  saw Luke, and then, turning her eyes upon  her father, waited dutifully to bear-what he  had to Ray. !���������;,':':!!'- '    '   J  "The old man regarded-bis daughter for a  moment with a quizzical look.  **Moll, this young; man���������mayhap youVs  aeon, birn before���������baa, brougbk" me a lot of  tuba and barrelsf all of bis own make���������a right  good afticlf, tdo. Ue asks.a pretty ateep  price for'them, but If you are willing to give  it, well and good; and bark ye, my girl,  whatever bargain you make your old fattier  will ratify." , '   :  As Mr Blifkina aaid%bis be considerately  stepped out of the room^hd we /^illfoUowi  bis example, ..-Bttt-'tfie, Itiu'd- of bargain -the  young people made^caa- b^ readily ? conjecy  lured by the speedy%edding^that followed."'"���������;���������!  . #Luk������ /ordaa>taedChis������ttentio4 ���������';tft--tW^"^.^A <**r*' o  study of medicine, of which profession he b#? & ������} A I'b   &  D1AL8RS IV ���������-���������--  fi fi Ami. GOODS AND LTQU^g  A laifa;asiprlmtat-, of;Itajr aad  ftratL alir������j>;.ak  '; Barkervilla, May i; I86S."'.' ..      '.'?$%?%Mini  ;McPIiers(m,  -y. .    .,!���������'. ' '-���������AND-r V'  !;'.;JE;WE:LL'Ei|  AT :B.  H.ODGENS'yOLV   ITASD.  -BarK������rvi]l������%.l!>t'U������j: '   - y e������  ni-ranciseo  !-_ijy:Ay"i, .yyy  COMMiSSft)  '���������|!   GEOGSRIES,- PEOVISIOTSii  KAKDWARS, CLOTHING- A^������Q0CVS:  IUrt������rvitil(.M������yl. 1805!  " No? sir; my father thought that wiihhhe  veaith-I Bhould inherit! should not need  iny;"'y yy  .  "Your father thought like a f<rfj, then?  led much better have given you some honest  )ccapatwn and.cut.ySu of.wjthoft a shilling  If "?^*w b'ee" *?���������������������������������**ng of you.   &  is,wh#8lMou(lt for?  Here you'are a  ���������troDg^bl^jdflied youiig man, twtriWour:  w* f^ndiever/earned a dollar ifyriur  nd you want; to many my daugnter.   Now  9 given molly as good advantages for learW  m any girhn town, and she hasn't tbrowE  ������W but if she didn't know how to  J J? i*i k������daugbter of *w ir5  rdyspepaliand all sorts, of fine.l^v  PLotograplxic  HAS K0W sOPENED HIS PfiOTOG^PillCyCAlJ-  leryfaadw p������par������dtft do all kindR.pt/Faotogrii/;  phlc ������nd'Jetrelry work, excoaiad- jn.tbe^bjjhasfestyle;  of Ihe trti ^     * ..' ���������   -.*-8. y   /"''-// --.v������.- y."-  Cartcs d������ Vj4!t������. Timbre da Postd ���������portm|.tt&Aio-tiw  types, Laaiher Pictures, \UUanoiyi|^!ViewS-yas  House?, Claimi, etc., Siugle or 8tereoicopi|i"r;��������� ?i; ;;  Portraits alao taken oa Wuito-Silk, Llaea Or/CotfiiSO  ., .Cloth. < ' <i'CAAAfiAACA&-.  .Barkcrvllle, Kay 1,1888. .. . pAfifiifm;,  fiyfifi "MBAiA'Ar'Aii. Hocrs,    '* ^.   .---V;' *  ^   .     *|     '* Good Bj5D3. -       " ./       , '        ^     \f  y:yrhf bar wmhste^ Etock������d^ with*tbe*feWtBi.r. '������������������ r" ' ',,  quoriand CijMr������. .ft 4 ,  "      J. PKKBSRTU^,   . v      "���������  -'.    ;'   , -   y, -. Loudon sk a Puri-j Iloa'^ ���������,- -   ��������� pSg������  /Rjcuflsld^WuhRUisCrfeek,'-  I  E  ?  .ST  ���������v  y,  -#---  study  'ca$& tiaeful and infiuenVial member; hilt  every year, on the anniversary of his marriage, ho delights his mother-in-law, by some  specimens of the bandicraf^by which be won  what he declares to be the best and dearest  wife in the world,! '���������'  RE  T������8-tJ������ir������B������At P**c������ea of mlilDB Chicoiy .lad  olbcr iduHoratlvos wlih Coflw, hu very mueh aamag-  'ed in ptililid MllmntloD, what ought io be tho uwit  deUctous of Bowrago".  Si effectually havo the publks  is, instead of -the "smiling, brijjblewf  weked lass she k  I diti sav that sli������  Work ir?fnv������U t0" y������U What "1 *> 5  l������4. if the in iS?^11 com������ ^ me,  1  As the SS ni������ih8he "yount.������      '���������-.  h* Po<*et 4-^aftS'58'3 *��������������� te  pf������ttv'Harr Klin,,   nw thft house.  fating 1))aw,  g,! S3; 3������n ������8. their usual  Ilea have been lost eight of, and many prefer a black  and thick jnfUBloa to a drink rich in spirit ntto aroma..  plnoralaa Is the use of Coffee, it is little knemvabat  in coatieaalng tho vapors extracted from tho bcwy.-ln  roaitldg, a'liquor is obtained ot the most nauseous  taete.-aad of a acect the most unbearable.   Under sucb  circumstances It ta evidently 'important that -all tbe  gases aad fluids extracted by roasting should be carried off aa quickly as possible, in order to prevent, their  roturotng again to th&Coflfec, which is tho case in tbe  confiaod cylinder.    This object is admirably.;accom.  pliabed by tho now and patent "Conical Coffee Roaster"  as used by FELL & CO., Victoria, in .which the, berry  is directly exposed to tho radiated heat, and tI4o vapor  extracted carriod off. instantaneously.'   la a-jujitioa to  Hie advantage to be derived bj tho rapid /umuval of  thestoans coataining the objectionable^ .^rUes, tho  purA aroma of the Coffee is retained, the. ossential oil  "bslsff preserved and sot exhausted as '^ the Cylinder  Soaster, where thy Coffee is'requlrod '/ironmin a.niuen  longer timo in coawqueace of!the p /;an������n,p; it undergoes by tho confinui stesm.��������� It if <ihomioajIy impossibly to mam the qualities or aix< A*, the deterioration of.  Coffee when grouud.   Tlie hea^ ftng6ndored by t he pro.'  eeys of 'roasting, and espociaJ1- {,r grindiug, areaws "an  aottou iu tbe elementary p'tr ih whlo!i griulunlly rtostrgys  its fitnees for'drink.    ������' j l0 re������in tbo essofina!/'ii  wWcb it-eonFAius w������ hav "  w(j hev e lt f noac������d in tins containing.  %<} e,n'.4 whici; cm bo ha* frum any oj  ::.AAfi KAKKERVILLU,   ^iAfi-fififi  . : Hwe jusi received a choice selection of ��������� r ,  CAST IRON COGKiNQ STORES  %   ������EtWSirSHG/^:;/-  TIN PLiTK, AND   S^EET IKOK,  .Jftltb various otbor aSiclas in ibeir rfne flt.trade.  .-# '��������������� *      /'.        , ��������� ������������������ -���������       f|   ,-  y������t All Jobbing in the tin, Sheet Iro& Copp������^apd  Zinc trade atiendad-to. and warrantod t^give saHsfac-  mA   *    '#  -   ; ���������* "..,^.���������.������ :���������������:  yy  [*'..yjJL^������*&^JLJJUJ-J~/--e-3 - ���������'  .:-^;  !S/N G^?6>#IE! WA^'F^l������:!yiGl  ^" *    !     - ��������� ��������� -!atCasfiyr,taa;a^ucks/oJ  HARDWARE  Ever imported .^^  yAA^iyi  .:of tie largest and  ff'-yy  AyAAy'yyyA :: Ay^yyyy A-t  omAyAA^^AAA^Af-y.  dasibbo Iiferaay, Institute  j. Si; THOMPSUN", Psesiubxt.  .: /    JAMES AN'I)EKSON, VtOK-FfiESinaxT,      ;  JOSEPH CLEARIHUE, \-  Diaaofojie.'  m\\r OPEN AT'BARKPiR-  T vllle" wh"e it isnof fllted -������p aMth^viawto Uu  comfort and convenience of tue people of Canboo  Ti e Keading Room, will he found, suppled with; the  uSt SSSf������������fU*. =p������*H������i Amen^i and Go-  xr^Jb    SiDgle. vulaW loaned to nsn^asenboia.at  Is; gt-iif ni lh; ���������; ��������� btiy^ri kesf scy iMa. ���������  I piclc^imtftas; ropoysa^, 'tftHtfA  and blac ksud l ii������'. tools  Aiid snathes-; axe and  scales,; carpedterS1 tool*., lock������,. hinges,'.^erews; haapS^  siapjes, liat end coat hop'k^d-ltts Kudrasji^^buichtfrif*^.  x'nd huaiipg. khiyes>' cuiUry :in great'.va^ety^jri'd V.  every article iHrcs^arr fCr a tulning couulry,   Howe ,',  and.multitilio^ aud^naih.   Also a good es|pnmant||;#  etatioaery, all of WrTich he is prepared ter sill afjirt'd*?^:''  wbich'will defy c'ompetUion, , ,   ./ ^:  . JIay.6, 1868/ .'/.'.  - '".'   -fy<: ./'-, ; ; y:fi:&y ,,!,-> .'  :,ilik.  '.���������������������������'i-'!:^!  * * >. A'.' <'���������!  \--k%y  mmimn  i.  :'y  w  ana m a King  6'rtCh ViHlt  c������m,  for  If., till'TEN.  . Mhrarieu.  irrfsioiilflpln? an^.^ut^u&rr le  r.ji.'  K IV���������A flne aw������rt  Sen  11 ASvCOKSTASTLY- 0>" HAND A CHOICE-,SELE^������ySr  il tion of Drugs, and Patent Hcdiciuesy..inciudistfe?!;  ww. made and Patent -Pjlls; Trusses, Syringes, Chorfjf'  Pectiirul,   Sarssparillas, and Jayne's Alterative,: 1W>:;5  purifying the bloody. ������������������".',>-y        / ....,; /'/  Also Station u ry, KeiJ- a od BUck. Ink j C&ndyv -'tgaaday  Bi'liiarci Chalk, and rocket. Knives,. X'lie celobr*.Uvi:  Golden Balsam, and -Murphy's Mixtures for "they caaij.'.'  plotv ei/re; of Secondary SyphiiSis' and Khcuina.tisroJ*.':  a'o it Cvo6������ni.m1f} aad cu-uor specifie. iiii:fis&sJfyr.:. Gam - ���������:....  orrhesit/j a grea^viiriciy of-Toilet A'rticrlHttteiOomb^  HairfOils,.Hair 'and /Tout!i-/Brushes,' Tootii -Powdcrf,  T������)otii:F:iuk3, Spores, l-'uiiey .ikiajj?,' Bay-Riiir^;.lin; y  bio's ^r.rKRtf;*'a^^^.'pennin(irtf^cjc>,r- ei'cV-;:-:-' '->r  i-'roiicripUt'Rs djjg^tiriry o0mpcui'u:To'ii..^V'; /  - K SL-^A's 1 sb]fii;tti>-^fOd^ e.svryr^Viik anil fail, par*1  ties requiring in������rtie-in'& .iYjfty'. rely 'mi c-bisiaiug it  PKK5H, ami sot'usun.vits h;ivia;r tnt! desirwU tia������.-<.���������������/ '  - .Next <-.1<!Oi''t.>Cuhio'f-Hit ATrrv.',   .     ' ���������"       ��������� ���������'-. ���������:  'Mat 1. 15'^''   .'"'���������' .ten.. ' 'Burkervllle, '&.&���������.'  ^',  fe^ff  'i' a ���������' 4-y  Hi  ^>:  ������-y  :-:. vy-  Mr  ������ >  If -  A '  t: '  &*  sk-y^'W *������  &^*������������  ������  111  S������  tea   ��������� *  THECAMBOO  THURSDAY, MAY H, 1801  AgentB for the "Cariboo Sentinel."  J. V7. Linilmrdt.  /  ������&$������ ������r!Goudic;irtta^^rr^^.  5v!������ Craft, -/--'- ��������� -Bwnard'a Express  Tula.    ���������������������������"-     '���������������������������'' Mr. Evans,      do.       .        <">  Tal  tfow WeatmlnnUr, -  f iatorl*,     ! ���������  Clprk������on k fc>.  '(R  Mallandainc.  1 A. 1.5*0*.  ^BC  Tba "Curlbno Scntlnt'l" Is published e^ery Monday  aud Thursday. Advertisements intended for i^uon  matno delivered at latest at 6 o'clock, p. ro,, the day  aefofe publication.   '       * :  ic  TO CORRESPONDENTS.  All oommunicntiona^must be accompnntad by the  itl name nod aitdWia of the writer, not noco^anly  tth a vlnw of  a.m good faith.  wlth^rinw'of publishing tho same, but as security for  A CHAPTER ON MINING  Probably no record of roimnsr opcnaiona,  either ancient or modern, written or? tradi:  donal. can be found which present a more  Sc description of minin* onajar  scale than is to be founa in a book said to  W been written-3,388 year, a?o by a man  or  whether  he. held any interest in  the  account  does  not  TO ADVERTISERS.  *tm All Advertisements (not inserted foranydennito  period) will becontlaued until ordered out anu charged  Ur accordingly.  minor,  raining   operations. o  sfate; but one tiling is quite certain be had a  orettv soon* idea of what tf&aotio difficulties  can be overcome by men peeking- . after  precious stonea and metals'; and bv;thei way  he speuka of :'��������� overturning mountains,;, and  "cutting out rivers among: the rocka^ and  " binding up the floods," &c:, greater enpn-  eerini? skill and more indomitable pliiclc was  manifested then, in mining 6peration.?���������than at  the present day. The book of Job> ia a  Hebrew poem, of a Pendau cast, and h? ������aid  by scholars to be a work of pxeat merit ��������� but  it is fo marred and, misinterpreted in the  common English/version^  author so obscured, and in many placet so  entirely changed, that were he now, liyinjr,I'M  would either deny it3 authorship., or brinp an.  fanied Messrs. Srailb, Boyd and Hall a. artoh.   .    :   ��������� .. NEW ADVERTISE.MENT3.'  C0Tkreet0cbc.,rS for tl.o |Qu������n, three ethers  forflte Dominion, and thanks to th������ chairman  ���������nd aloretarv. and the nifetln*. wind, .was  iCliirjrost and moat cnthUMMtic over hold id  the interior, adjourned.  A iLxmc SvicrnI���������Aj. a contribution to | _  the curiomi.es of sutcUK wo m������7 relate in  incident, which ������ho������������ that Diiteiimen can be  ������ romantic in their attachments ���������������:������* other  \J phlegmatic people.and ft ^reat deal more  U?ul. ? Cornelius   Vega,   the^ celebrated  sx^oia^y^vsff^  Dutch painter. is our hero. Hu .mirtreM  beinz seized with the.plafcue at the.time ;it  rated in Haarlem in 18C4. was cpnve>ea, in  spite i  tba com  spite of lerlover's desperate opposit on, _to  the. common pcsl-houae. whither non������ but the  Enirdiaus were suffered, on pain of death, to  penetrate.   Vt-ea pot information aa to  tue  pen  position of -(lip  bed on which his mUtreaa lay.  extrcinitr. and conlrivpd to roach and loncii  with it the lip* of the agonisinK lady. Iii������  kiss was retnrnod;:.'..i������nd",'.bat.ing-preyed-once  the insthimcnt, now impregnated with  more  REMOVAL.  br!  CHIpp  At home Tor conaUluilou dally.  Uny SUi. 1668. ���������  lm.  Wv/Winiiard,  BLACKSMITH,  I A R K E it V IL L S.  e������.  BARNARD'S   EXPRESS-  eh mis 1  iX.ihm fiitpreaB willarrtva bere.etory:SuuJaTRf������^l  aoon������ aad does.a^ain for below wry TUESDAY ������  i mt -mya: aere erory Suuday ^  BKain for  below ev^rv '-TUKSDlT .Vl!  at NINE o'clock. '.Hi'M;      -���������    SODmMr'  ���������t y Bartfary .lit;, .May.4?-;aafc ); A-yyAh-ySy /fejg  !^.''^'-^������������������;;^v���������POR���������.$AtE���������.;//���������^'V!::  8f> ^ J IUE STATION ; one or 'the W; ke*iiti^|  ��������� > i'l   Hi? waK^*:-.road;/fieni,,Tale...;to Ciri^-I  TUeri* Is ������ nae K^biiintiUa������:'.lw������ae and etiibllng'^iV^f  pwnisi;a.,.-:. -Apply t������ tii<.prnprlt'tcr on:tba-rpnuban'  TSsr m ie .r 'Kood" hay, r������i<b. al:ich������4 tethe tir������pertr-^ I  M������y 1. 18M.    - - .    ; -'ys  With tbe word revolution the mind is toa  apt to "associate the thought of great commotion, bloodiebed and strife, and in moat .catea  the idea ia too correct.   There ia, however, a  noble exception to the rule, and that exeep-  :fion U cbhlined almost entirely at the present  day to Enjrland. the spirit and genius of the  constitution being such that the most radical  poiiticalchangres may and do take place without disturbing.in any sensible degree the harmony of the Government or the peace and  welfare of the nation, and so quietly that the  world -around them are scarcelyyaware of  what great changes'--have been wrought.   AiV  appeal to force iu order to gain a redress or  lo ,'aettle internal differeneea and grievances  invariably!widens the breach sought to be  lieaied ; and the mere closely allied the disputants are, either  politically,  socially or  eousahguineously, past experience and present eyertts clearly prove that tbe intensity of!  I opposi lion.'..-. increasea . and  ttie ch a n ces of re���������. j  conciliation are less possible.   The  old and I  ill-advisiJd::^^qiiaiteV'bet ween -England   and  Ameriaa, resulting in the severance of thirteen  colonies, fromythe empire, and the late war  between tbo Southern and Northern States of  America, are exam pies sufficiently convincing  of the fallacy and futility of forcible resist-  Protkst^Tu ^he') Legislative Couricilr on  the !.2otli yiilt.; the ��������� foUowing: f proteat^was  entered by Hon*, remberton and DeCosmoa,  and afterward ; signed by' several popular  members: . ';: ...  1. That tor several years past the expenditure of the Colony has been continued at a  rate but of all proportion with its resources  and small number of fixed, white population.  2; That the Secretary of State for the Colonies laid down a rule, (in Dispatch No. 23,  dated April 30tijt 1866). that the expenditure  of the year must be reduced fo such an  amount as may be covered by a revenue calculated on the actual average receipts of the  past two years^tbe! wisdom of win diivuVe waa  highly^ppwei**.??."$J: the?iohab_itanli ofythia  Colony.-"';-     ''���������'/ .���������   'A..:a :-\:.-yAA    .  3: That the actual revenue,of 1866  was*-:    -    ' -       lJ       -  .    $437i000  of 1867       -       -y;   -'-  -:    475,250  ���������    And the actual'average revenue     "  of the two papt years --y-..    -- 456, 1X4  : Not withstand ing > which times l.i-  '���������'-fity mated reyetrue-ojv which; tho  *   ^ Government now 'proposes to      ���������    '  *    h nso ihe ex pendi td re ofl 8SS -   *��������� -  .   ;���������     w  ;'/rv '"- ^     *��������� ..'---  '%57,G,000  Beiijg i n excess of the rule sb :T-  ���������*.,  laid downy     -     fi'*. -y ���������     il9;S/l6..'  That rio Piib I ic AYo vk 6f- coriseq ue nee is  WdatT6uM him; a cerpse.  f'������:i  -yy.  '%���������'���������.  A 0p>^vkxtiokwAt:^otement i������Sti:yfpoJ, for  564 purpose^���������'���������'o.f"--^i^anlzjiiff/^sii (-^Cohv,entioik iyitp;  ^arry out'the views aiid wishes of, the people  respecting Confederation;^  cedure has been rendered .necessary by ��������� tbe  la te action 6 f a I if g tsl atu re * *w h i c h do e������ no I  represent:the people. !H>is Intended that, as  soon as thv different, sections aball have  elected'their- delegates, the.ConTeotioiy sball  meet at Vale. No lime .ahoubl b* lost in organizing this necessary and most uoportant  movement!^-Golunibian.  ;  v!y'//iN-^^  fi:      r&ou   iac   to   HACH^^  Frr 'aWl's, wbole������la ������a������l.r*iail, by ���������  '    , tt; VKAK30H *'iBR03.r  tM>tr1,18ft������;   y - :      yQtm  '".',*.."*��������� ".-- - '���������' yyAyrs  2  Ith  ixxt;  %  h  M  ��������� re  lion  Etem  i^:P  5a t  VI  &'  it  IW  *ha  fltt  ti  IS  PR  of  y*  v-/H.;^  r^U E    Ol!������K������.Tt   DRAYltAN     ON..-THS-OKEH-::|  1  rVittUl 'miii.rin'.; Ills ^patr|Jiia; aiid- frlehoj. Vhat ts ii/  atid;  vai  Mw|pi  %#IBbj  - - *Is������TRi:cri63f^Gxi*ssE?.���������Moos. B.-UafBa; re-  queata ua to elate that, he intends opening  new evening classes for instruction iu the  French, Spanish and KngHah languages. &c.  Persons desirous of joining tbe claav^s are,r������. j  quested to call at Mons; )J.-Ufeffia* iiewfrasi-  iU nee. belo w Barker y i 11 e, be:wean nP w- a nd  the IHh iriJit.; Brivata l������aj*na wil 1 be given  if desired.' ... ���������������������������  id iub'iing Tor.rii������r������i*!-;*V;eHli������r:.'Bicliield wr'.;BarteK^^^^K,  IM.   '    '     '"''    A".     '   AA -    '/.-"-. '-    "'    ��������� ������^^������U  M'W a; iw������������. ^ ��������� ��������� ' ������* I^gfew^  ���������New* Engiaird:  :UAU������RRY.ILLS;  ���������;S^ ���������'-  ;HHK- !--K0riU^OIti  '0?-. THt^  HSTA������T.ISE1.KM:  B  N^VtS A DY Kf^riSBM ItNTgy  snee on the part of a G-overnrnent to tke contemplated;in;tiiy. j>rpp.psed.-:^tiniaU^foi  popular will.   The fallacy of resistance to the 118(i8i/the sum named;fV>r .such purpopeybenigj  LITTON HOTEL,  Aififi ::':!.-:-LYTf()N, B^:"'-'r-&0  popu 1 ar wi 11 hdBfo e'en ^d i score re d and ac te  upon by England's best statesmen for the.last  half century ; and although in two many  cases has this true policy been disregnrded,  yet in tbe main has the voice of the people  been regarded as the higher law of the land.  The.wrong dealing of England toward the  Irish people, and the unjust and unhallowed  connexion between Church and State so long  aad 'so'persistently .adhered to, has ever been  a great repronch upon her otherwise proud*  name and institutions, but these dark spots  may how*bu looked upon as having been removed from her escutcheon \ and from this  b are 1 y suSicioh t to./keep oxisti iig wo rks in"rev  pain  ' -       - -'-     &  5. Therefore!:that it is!to amalsa"m:i.tion. of  offices an d a reduction of the Ci v i I List tba,t a  aaviQCT'inuft ������������������be!J^oRed^iforXv:/-X,-J\.**y'y  . 6������" That suijti*red11ctipn s. .arid anialgarn a"-  ti pns in via t n e cessar i 1 y b e' th e wo r k o f the JE x-  ecu ti ye G o v erh m ent ya n d. no t 61; ihe Jjegi s I a-  ti v e ��������� C o u n cil, a f te r i ta ;prin led Eali m afe a re  submitted to thelatier in detaiky  1. (thAt the ;a!k>ve-- Ilr>cel i* n<!w opt'D for t hti b\tcoin���������  mod a ti on < ���������} ��������� ��������� tra v c 21 ��������������� w. 0 no a r the jlvekl- Uu*'ika t u t lie  cottnu? is reV'dnetiai ilds OfitiUlishuVpiif, t*nil tbe fi*t.  is.-supplied' -wiili *���������:"cii<������i.c*j;-i.iae������orinibn't':oi-.;Wiiwa ;<ci  I LiqUoiM.   .' ���������:.':', ;..4-?  ��������� ���������.  w. licWHA^co;.   y  njyU;Ojrr;-y;-y'.. ���������  -*���������'.-. .":';.'';.:-l'n*pr)������i������ra> '  Legirlitive ;CoDxciL.���������Iu the -Legialalive  Council,on:.tbe,29th ult. the Hon Mr DeCos--  m 03 mo v e d the. folio wing resoj u ti o n :'-4-T h a I  day%ay Ife dated thd*separation of Churcb his Excellency the Governor be .respectfully  wh ich requested to cause to be in trodneed in to 'tbe  'and  and State, and the removal of that banew  has inade< the Irish people enemies to the  $roj|n ifed Government of England, andljthe  opening up ...of the way whereby Irelaiid may,  Jfs- she accepts the boon, bestow her warm  aU/giance to the only Government which can  jfive' her  permanent  protection.  / Another  revolution- has/also taken place in th^Gov-  5errira^nt ofpUnglnnd which -promises io do  jpore for |be enfranchisement of the nation  Stan perhaps anythatlhas occurred in her late  hintory, and thai is the transfer of the Premiership    from    the    nobleman    to    the  untitled   commoner,  the   effect . of   which  bft.   to    leswen    the   undue    power  patronage   held   by" the    hereditary  psivileged class,   and   give in ore extended  privileges to the people : not that the nobles  ofrEngfland are by anjLmeans less intelligent  or qualified to net 'as^tegislatora and states*  men when called upon to act Sis their own  , capacity ; hut the pernicious influence of their  power affected more senbusly the colonies of  England, which have ever been looked upon  yas livings for tbe  relatives and  proteges of  . noblemen who had neither intelligence nor  energy enough to earn a position or a living  at home.   The loss.  howeirer, so far as the  North American  colonies are concerned, is  quite considerable, for this asylum for Down-  ing-rjtreet dependents has become contracted  to the colony'of British Columbia alone, *nd  fh* tenacity with which-this fag end of hered-  imrv political incumbency of British North  America clings to theirfdrlorn hope clearlv  ipdioatw-tbftt this last ivvohition iu  England  Co n n oil an Ordi nan ce hi akin g at leas11 w o-  thirda ^ of the! Council elective. - That the  Cauncil, in makiji'g thisjrequest, are impressed  with the conviction that at this juncture of tho  affairs- -of the colony it is expfdiegt'to alter  the constitution of the Council," in order to  meet the generally expressed "wishes of tbe  inhabitants of^the colony.���������Aves; DeCosraos,  Elwin. Helmcken. Smith. iSoes: Cox. Ham-  ley, Spalding, Ker,���������a tie vole and carried  by tho casting vote of the President'Hon. Mr  Young. We look upon the passage of the  above resolution as a 4i scratch/'' Surely it  could never have been'carried with a full  House?" Where were the balance of the  officials?#Jt would also seem that Ihe Hon.  Mr. Young has been scriously^considering the  possible contingency of being compelled to  seek popular .aupdort. under a' new political  o on sti in tion. v  VJWA Wltit&E' HOTEIi  ,     -AND   STORE.     -   fc  f[mK/*ABQ;y^noysK having rken he built  I   artei iiuc<j ujvfof Hid' ac������Qfbrnrirtu Uon /of i he i>ut>Iic  will be kopt [n a fi vie t<|s/Jofy comp������tiiion.  Goods sold a t Wbolcaala vr ftuiai I an tl ������  tli������ o htia pest I ti Cur j boo, nvK rfeet* -' ���������  Wholesale ������nler? frotri ouUyiuj{ Cfecka will  be  for- j  wardod tree of ti a tr* charge.  4 J. W.  UNDTJARDT.  Van'Winkle;* May '1st. ISSSy ' my'll Om  '.-"-.'������������������.'.     ...---������������������-"'      '     !'.--.-���������������.' 1'KAKCV. '...   ^^^^^e.  ��������� '���������' *  ��������� ':���������''V:���������"��������� -v ���������������������������'��������� :-'���������'. ^ - '���������-������������������A-r   ' t un ma^AA'AAAA ��������� ���������  Mr* 5. 18*8. . "      ��������� - ������������������'���������/...     ���������'' '-^^^������T '  'sf- r������lV^#Hjij ������u* ;.%*a  ���������~.- .*i^i...������k..������~-"-  jOa: Wi  MCKAY, ;..T.  ,^������W������S  ;������. chn������p a������  jiiMtkvtWJ*.  '-���������������������������������*-  Selling Off!,   Selling Qff!  the....  reduced   price^j -wOR  &tercliao<llz������l coBs.iuUng oi.%  AT  RED   FLAG   STORE,  EICHFIELI).   -    -    KtUTJSH COLUMBIA.  Grocffnty, \A  H������fdw*r*f  T.fn5?oi*,"'   j '���������:-..  ^^^i tb  lllPpm������  |fc^p-fo(  ^^������deg  ' Orocerirs,   '        fro-riii'.otix,. Dry Goj>,  -  Kara**!?, fMm\ XU-mimhl^' If tiling Tool a t  AIpo, on^fploufii'l Bif Suloor. Htr.re, *rr.,''.Vc.  'CoxPEDEBaTiox.���������A public mee ing was  at Lytton on the 25th ult., and ^he following  refto) u i'w u was h n a ni m o u si y ad op ted ;  Whereas! the system of g'dfejlpment' offered  bv the }} ritiah No s-th A  Confederation  would confer upon the people of British Columbia fhe *ame power of self-govcrnuumt as  they thenj.se! ves enjoy (he it th e r el ore  K������.o!rcd  that it Is the opinio,, of, be pop- SS? fit. K^SSS  vita tion of Lytton city and  district that;  the  Cariboo.  immediftte Rdmission'of tbe colony of British I ������������������ ���������     - ���������������������������-������������������/������������������  Cnlumhm in*o the Dominion of Canada,  on j NOTIC  Ail iwaiflts titm f,tt thf������ ^iifJorfignfd mtj^i ha mottled  before'tlw 10th June itext-.  I.. 'MOTJTTKT.  Ricbfielrl,.May"Oth, 1&68.' , mvll lr������i  ���������P,:  VER-SARY BALL.  1t.aWu^^qn^t������i?t-V^Y^uVs:K  wi������ call and cattle. h.f^X^' l;a -; y -^^ ?i'  flea   bnv In s .account* sk������uu������ .i������a  ^a.!lng fiie aani������ ^ pa>y^,r,        sta ^  IHrk^rvmc, Ma> S, 18<5^  ^ _ v..-.���������-'  ���������' ywr'timwm^  ^JohnB.Lovell^p  ���������'*f'-' ��������������������������� /sUKBKS* TOOUV   ���������  PGOViSipNS./ci.oTii^/;. "'������������������������������������;  i And for Bni������ at U>������  :'aB-i\i.j   I  MItf������.   PKLblf  WIU. ������;i'VK A GltAXD  BALL  on SATURDAY KVEMNti, the 23 l in.-t.. in the  *; -TH K AT R E, i u  b on or of IU r Unj oaty '*' H Ir t h -  NopiiuH or exp.������)*si'  will  bn  Bjmrrd   to  Ball   oror   given   In  m>S if  Lowoet GisfRO������t  l ;   ./;<,;^f  Gray ������e^VrPnc* ^'^t.,.-. ^'  ������,������-aHo������* and ^-^a r/^ , a  Sugar and Jf^^Viy to b'������i������������ * >. J \ ?^  from WililamaCraek,  fair and equitable terms, will iraierially Wnrj  tr������ th a p rom (t tio n o fi u fu tu re ������ i r a. -. ejw.' w .i-.  OTtCE  l.na removed all pow4bility::of the restoration Mare and -prosneruv.  of that fvftfem  which proyirffla   ottJce   and]    A.fwolutiftn alan pawd to annji';; f c/������.;.  the an  ^*t,8y���������#  AHKUEBY   GIVKS,   CHAT   ALL AMOUNTS   DIT. i .   ^^a      T?Pss"  ���������? 20i������.i infff,., *utt  that. ������fiAr U.n  <i.<ii+ ������]l amounti i ^ rV i������ i rr  ,T^0,    , ���������,          . ,.                                              .                                          f -- -.   ..r,     .,.,,   ...   :. .'wnu.-srt ������n<Wio5. jifcifl^rl. \Mll h* g\r*n for oo^c'bm, J (,-ftN* J*t������ *-*'.* .-.'r TT������������  :m������m.ayne pnbhcaxpaftgaf  vxoff������t  hv Imiitoe of. three to correspond  wt'Oi   fru  r-ru-? *i;h ������������!*"'������������1-^n*������'->������������i^ ;mm������-i*������-!r '   Vir;''1^1-  flr������fi*rfth,p^PU.    Hh             ,      v :m^������9 Vf oth������r meMinga. ������nd tr, ci������!rmaV     ^iwH> ������a* I  ivM  F.^tvxai:.'^.  Iv=- WV  Mnr ������/ 1  i:    "������������������  If A  ^^'-^Viih;:A-'":cPlVTTT>XP! Mtttelligeat'e  ���������CARIBOO��������� om i*^5i! *���������**���������*tbat *  entertainment io all claaaes,  W.  *? DOoR;  , Moncg i  '���������SlUY t  lOfi, .  ������ilLI������a  ������. Ciriboi  - ;3>  ,vTSC-������hi"   parformance   at the   ra-  ^tlra Theatre -Royal on ������������a������������I  ������* wa* a decided;BUCce������������������v������ndoaAv  'Sibiifhin Jtt������TSifia^ft������%T  \r d?1vile'e foC witnessen amateur par-  ������w*er.^  ^u^tha'caataf>haraetecthanat ha  P&night t^o^^S^  %ve know toe now t" and- Mad aa a  ^almost tear to attempt a crUque  )BJformanco laat wa might mom th.  Sf Wtiar judges ;Tand..io pw H by  {������ canaral ramarka might*nh,eet us  ST������r*lUtown^ U w.U*arn.d  Slrilc in th. aaUction of Mr Thomp-  No*o Dtiuip>Jy the maiiarer^ rmiue a  ^y^>iky;bii-aUhouirli it would be  fegl/y difflciiU to:find ft batter pariOiil-  If ^al?ezSni^ins''than waa readared  ^' WaitwelHio   iniimidate   Jolly. h i  their house ia ao email, for wa laaru  that many oould not obtain admission, two  bund rod and. fifty  only  e.uld bo accommo  dated with aoata. ' We trust, therefore, that an  effort  may be made at an early day to area.  a  theatre such as the town demands, ierywe  loek upon, the drama, when properly coii- c,... .^ ...... vr ���������.,,���������..���������,., ......  dnotod, aa one of tho most laudable and .ley and a '.-bait-breed Woman named; Kstelje.  rating-!juodw --  ���������y'Viiiznisi Vo?;JubOKSv^-The right which lias,  hitherto bean exercised  by; Judaea  of pre-.  aeunelag upon tha conititutionaUty of law;  whioa baa recently Keendecided in thW United;  States to b. an assumption of power, itieem*  ia alsa b.lng r.gardeel in $ngtaudln"\\h e, aaia a  light.     In  commenting; upon  the v Bribery  Bi i 1 ,".u pon whi eh! there sea mi to be a ce lliei 0 n  b. fc w.on   iha.Ho u aiiro f  Go ni m 0 n a aiid "���������' tha  ,f ud ges, th ���������/ Spaatat.r, re.marka..': r~'.* I1 ii quit.  olear that th. lions, of Common, will nevsr  ooas.Wto transf.r ite owahigh.st po'wer ta  any tribunal not including tbe highest judges  of th. land, and'quite clearalao that a check  bi it at b e g i ve n to th e r% stoun* ling p r.teiisio aa  of -th. .judg*s>   Thayaraaa much (Sound by  .    ,      ���������       .    m;  .   . ...    .  th. law* a* anybody els*. andhav.no moral just abo ye,tbe Tipton. blM^r.v  right t. pronoitnco thia/b  Itameat unconstitutional' tha n aa 'many . :Loor  d.n!i>oime'ma^iatrates!;a^  !tW-pi������ao."!.w'6T^  "  . TwRr.VB Liyis Lost.���������The schooner Grow-  ier^wbichnaft"Victoria on the 10th" of' March  last for th. Northwest coaat, has boen loit  aud witb bar th. following paraona:��������� Horace  Coffin, Captain ; Geo. H. Spr;v*;ta, O?01*^*  ^JJioho\js.: Abraham Jacksonv ThomaaRilayi!S;!  StewarttQ. A. Tini^son  y oung in an ( p asae nirar) 1 r u in /Sa u. F rancisc o,  i������.  IH03.,  cm  vbttUi  iion,cr  ialswjl  lt'iBji*  cerj  ,1SHHE  wityip  :r*"/cti  TiyO/j  ���������cy.-ft'O  ���������us..via  h'iIbm:  AUa,  )W ...  :';H������e  ;''H  .,-.-,-I r*������-vi.rwL^-.:  KV-rewption of'Nogo Dumps.^m fh^s  y^m bv'-.avan-di'oppldg,- ^f ef������ .  -*W8iSKbf a'p'rofeaabnal,    Mr   H-ill,;-at .bap,-  ��������� ^^^B^^r-J.oUy! had a difficult paa u  ^   ||BB.C0d.bqaemly: aid not:ehcit3Sso,;umcb  ���������������������������K-aa he really deserved: tba long permd  ^^Mactln^w;i^lt!hia!pW  J    rplytrv?nKbn.!th.:at:a^,an^  ftta f ill 1 momlof praiaa; ' Mr Benne ,  i������l;Waitweii; -playwd^hiaypart watt;  :��������� beiaff'hla^n^t: app^auca  on ^  ������;prbmis.i wall.toyb.;:a aucceisful  ^^^^titwa think it will/be ^nerally.-,ac-  r/v%hat;Mr:Thomp*on carried off the -pa Im  WySkt the roojit natural r.nderin^.ot ,ma  ^fifiAfim^ Socii indilfaranca  with   which /he  ^���������^Band   drank--Jolly'a-;brandy,  and  tli.  wistful "look At tlie emplv glaaa, was  ..imitT of p.rsonatad miaary ;-, but.his  |htt;fiv*uj6n^  g fait; and brought doirvnth. house  .hvulsioaii^f laujrhUr;y Tha interior  Efecre y a b 1 e >;riter tain ni a 01 o f i l������a 1 f������ .*> h e  ppriag'a Peifgbt?' !liy!^ftaRara; PUttlta^   Iv/HbU'th aud;;Hudson'; waa /wall /ran,  ,HHHHB..and.:.wh.n.'*n.cored   they, grave  the  i^^i������������erer'������   Kara wail" with. - equal snecass.  !^^^^Kpnr'-sun?:!'Bnrns5: '���������' Farewell....Bright  inraBBRBlndf waa loudlv encored, whan aha.jrave  Sw'elTs Jocko/ Ha-tledeen."    lira.. Kelly  _^Hii������ Voice*'. a'n������:'w.ith "w more -favorable  .^^^^Soiini?. would 'display  it 'to better ad-  '-^^^^Sh.    Tbe comic song, "'Tj������ Beau NTi������ho-  i8^^^^������ Mons, liecuyar. .waa given with good  "^BS>^Tlmt  tb*  encore. '* Un Fluir pour Ro-  ���������^^^^KJ   Wft������  admirabl. and displayed a fine  ^^^P^Mand. musical- talent;      yTji.    Qrir.au  5!^^^^Rr.,? by Mr Hudson, was rendered  with  Hiitar������TT,������ tiovbaas���������Twoyi.cturasRivals  by y M r!! L������^h 'Hariiati^ in/No v������mi>.r\ jaat, on  the refillrcea of^ British,Columbia, have been  ���������published,iii;pamphl'.t.form and ,ar.' far sal.  at th. low price of fifty cents ia Victoria.; Air  Hara������*tt h a s Wrtainiy pr.aent.d th.������ colony in  a m������at favorabl. kapae.t,' and if the inform,-  ati.n wWeh ha haidaborj������d so hard to pbiain  be aii approximation la th.-truth���������whiah wa  d. :uot ia ih. iiaat ooub'tHf^Mc<*jiatri.a in;  she: vtoriii���������.-oaa^praaeHt...������' .bright.r orymora  iVntmi������iiig.fu;tu'r.:r? Great ability;it:M*Qift|i'Ucl  ia talcum pi laii on of this baok, and Mr Har-  uott!d eaarv a* W .11 Of tha.'.paop le of th is. colx) ny  la/r hia ������a4.avors to: pr!c.a.tH it to the world iii  ^iyUght^^  iyvorabl. n.t,ice..and wo Vruat that bis^.ll'orts  iiiay/Ua^ sufilcienUy appraciatad to inimralwm  *: libirkl .conipeiiiaUvh  for-tha   labor/and  y Expa������aa.-^M f Rogers!ia oti th. roa* ��������� agaia  this; season v running iiia; eg press;: betwaen  EUhfiald: and Carii*rontoa. Ityia a pleasure  ���������t. tako a rbi. in his neat, light buggy;. bahiuu  a!'pa\f, of . hors*s /Wliich. it; wo ii id be; hai;d. to;  !naic 6;. Sg c )s * ii ta r p.r ia.' d������se r voa in o ra th an  p rai s.t- i t " ab o \i\iy b .'austai aad.. by li li e ra 1  pttblic.patrouag*.!     : / -  Coaa i criOM.^-W a; ar Vfii in gi v I a g th. y i a Id  of gold from se ver al .c lal ma I aa t weak. AVai  h a r a ai u ce 1 a ar hetl: th a V th'6 a mo u u to rad i ted  to tha "Willow on.Mbiq'hito Gulch should have  beea 100 > <������u aces, and lo tha Minn.h'alii' 190  !ounces.v' fifi,   .:;.    ; ���������:���������������������������������������������'���������." AfiA, fi*fi Ayfifiy  Stnijca.---A food;prospect liaft .hsen struCii  in th������: '* M.basuliur  on R������d G;Uich, aitualed  Sav;.ral!new  !uadiatet,v,!ad^  joiuing  yQmsxMihij K axmy^^Air^oU^' ^ftpaiv  Ing.: to' ra m o v.' i is griat ml If-.Tyo iiyi. h illoo* t to  Clinton: Th. saw mill, forHhn ytualiufatstHra  of the lumbal' will ...ba fdrwardad IVom .Yale  ear 1 y'tbia^w������*e!ti7r-Kxalainer*, !  5yQ*i$i������2iy&o$vtfnM *:Jto$ai mas  ^acieiving, a scolding from bis aw ������������������thwart in a  ,Wo*4Jifc. aweli laid door^Answer^ B.������oa>.|!a;  hi!iikiongijid!and: grooy.d !(groved j.^Yis-  iyiiiixalt.l-:'    ;        ' i! [-fi.'..;-/_y.-__'"!''- "-' -��������� ���������  ;':M?SlS^NTBLUtaKNC  . '-��������� wiMtiAX'.oitun. ���������.. ������������������';  ..The' Raby Oompany ;wawljed up fbrtv-two;  iuric'k yesterday^~The '!��������� Mornin.r>Sta> *r\\\  couipiatf! their ditch to-day ������n<l will ww-  mend immediately! to ground sjuicw.���������The  Aurora eommance miuing operations to-day.  y   .'. i/owilKfi caKfcr. ^  On :L.whee^6r������ak,!the/M^t!Cli*^  money which has 'M.e*aa*rily..baan expaadadL )ft^y ^rtt out iinrty.4wo.and a^half ounces  HftitL hia Work-v.y lm-three aft* 'ft-halfda-vs' work-^^ie.QaUvaras  man luta' new* from Wild li������ra*   Crwk   to! '., ;unw^CRtt^  niild   an*  Ap.r.r--;^^  aiH-ing  \reather-. bad   aiready^cbaimanced; ^joiaiu  Hia :big diteii -.'would !be ready f\M'!������er vie a/on  ipril-h'ib.'   LafW amountk -m" ^old  ������'  Wtiro  ^MW bBsatrnck.aprosp*������t^'M������ g^1"^ .    ,!rn   r.-   t}.  g.th.aiIeshiraLMs:oo:m#n ������.  l/  Eaatar^onipany,,^  MINING- COUKT.  (itafor* all HnayrC; Braw, S*q., ftald Oaatntiisiraiir'.)  . McLAugblan Co. va. McAlisUr���������IIr������ :P**U  lor; iiie/plaiiititfa.   This was an acti.a to ejent  daf.Qdant troiii mining groiiad of 6ba ptaia-  tiofc; Tb. plaiutifts proved that they locat*.  theygrbiuid i������ tha fall of 18H6, aria had aia.a  bedu'-in qui.t pussassio'U up to tha 5th'Of tka  preaent  ������xonth;   18i������S,   w han  tL a d it*iid*aft' .  atakisd-btf a portion of this groan <ii liK frfot  Wide at upp.r end add i54 afi tha  low#r  an'di  anil 239 feet lbnjf.'. They alSo   provaa   thai  Joseph Line was there ftheu tb.y itakod o^T  the ground, and that Law. aaid the Steaaaaan  Co;--dVi.not claim any of the ground atak(������������l  out by tb. dtfiOiidanU'   Xhi'daJenc. was S������ac  the ground in diaput. was pr.vioualy afeakad  out by th. Steadm'au Co.. and that tho alak������a  kad  bean  burned iu a Br.������   This, h.w.vah  U. defendant failad to '.aUibliah;   JadgsSaut  far th. plain!-ill's.  TtK>ta  Paou  Coi.o.vi.sr.���������A^ fcb'iy.ntiiii; fit  popular delegates,  to afraag. *b������,4������taila of ���������  Con federation, is proposed t������ *��������������� M^ sh.'rtly  at Yale.--1 April 2(Ub Was. tha; 49th  anniversary '.of tbe foundation of Odd Fallows.oa.thif  continent, whose iafiu������nca. Vilxu-.tbak  ������f  the  'Masons,'-ia'felt':aU oV.rtUi world.   Apt*.1  cassfini of about forty  Mtamb.t'a waa formed  at the-hali of tha Society, on Fort atroaf, and  itheiirproeeeiad to tb'. ' Preaby terian Church:  iTboyserinon:^.-was/ preached   by   the. K.yJ  Thomas Somorviil*, Ohapiajn of th������t. "Order}'������������������  in-his.usual .ioquent.aryle..  Tli. ()nl������r .$***  a! dinner   on Tuesday, and a ball on asBio  nighf.4-Capt. James Murray Raid, one'of-thai;'  pioneJars oftais-colony, died ou th. 24lh uU at  !hia rosidfuae. after a Jor.Jf a*d:painfi?l illne������������;y  leaving  a   larga  fauilly  id mourn feis Ipai; ���������  feapt-Uaid  W������s   a   uativ.   of  the   Ork-u^yy  Islands, mid aame to this coim'ry ni������ny year.������  ago  'm command of ������ma of th* Bu.dwoa/Bax  Oo?s-ships, in w.hic b* made froqurnt voyage. ���������-  between   this   port  and   Knglaud.    !-SuJ>a������-  {juentlv upon resigning bra pakHioit.feue CaaH/;:  i'Uin ..settled   iiere, and. soon boe&me. ano .f  bur most   energetic".'.a'iiii   wealthy   oUiaaoa.  VortbilY filling uj������on n;o������;ii: than on. aeo**ioa  pbftit'ioiis of trust to wliich  Wm  was -.Ur*t.������l  by :'tiie aii'tfraiiiaa of hi* fellow citb'.us,    The  jii5m.uKU������ csiiK >f drrtiia*   was   ^aralytia:  Th. fmiaral took plaf.a! aii/iue i7t,b ult, i������ w*  preaenco of a larg. ftdticdiiva. of -piaop!*���������!:��������� .Au  - * tb. ��������� body.! of,] awes. 'Sroun  was ���������' amaabad. by>biiavy  '.SHi  amiwii  f ���������p!KI:SSil3arvedly e  !llC������.   .  ;il.T.  'fc-fr  *f.y  w.������i*.  M.  :E^  l^^^jitaffect' and waa loudly applauded  moored. The aft.r-piaso waa  -v^3^3B���������'* Mad ai a HatteV^-and was equally  ^^^g'l&yed. Jlr Grant, as Crotchety Fuzzle--  ^^^^Baa"raost excellently cast* and seemsd to  ^^^^Stand the'trite rendering of th. charac-  ^^mPtfr'BUmt.p.riioiiifi.d Mr. Charles'Hair-  k;fi^f;TO^o the Ufa, and mad., as also did. Mr  ^yfl^SSft th* most that could ba mad. out of hia  #3Sw"Mr Hudson, aa Dr. Aniens, and <Mr  8nH������ntt .aa Mr ���������Wy-Z.drF.R.C.S., war. per-  ^^^^Kpresantativ.s of a brae. oft������x>ld .tbara-  ?^^^^P''fools, and their g.t-up was aa fan It leas  ^^^^feir acting. Mr Houjrh, as-Bob, thr.w a  ^^^^dealof life and fun into the play by hia  '^jgroua =expr������sMon   and   gestures,  which  'V^^ffliS much:; merriment;   but-we think that  '^!^Hfelectiott:!!'wa������.. somewhat, of a mistake in  i!y:S^Sraaat,. aa.:Mr' Hough evidently is better  Sl^SHr'.-t0 r.present a real live .Pike.County  Ai!i^^M��������� *k&n hA is an English service boy, for  .'|l^^#v/eindepe.ndenc������of bis charaetef seems  v^^fflsnjielding for the true representation of  !;/:||^^y������nt ia the English sans..'  Every play  yM^^^ trying part, and this part fell.to thedot  :i'Mi^W  y$MS  m  Parker.   We think "her rendering of  Fu25zleton was a very good conception  character; in tha short Ut������-a-tete witb  ������on the sofa her struggle between love.  d obedienco waa well acted and caused  sensation of smothered applause from  ���������dience.. Miss Wilson-t "is Maria Jan.������  ad Her part well; the charming manner  -V, p.ha captivated the h������arl of tha re-  Bob ahowed a power of real fasciaa-  llcb the strongest and moat Unloving  And it difficult to resist.   Of the oroh*������a-  han We say that it wa. conducted by  V,rilson, aidad by Mrs  Lang, and  rrj, .ve think the community will hav������  ���������}���������'" ciation of Us merit* I for rici added  Hi*/������f ^"rs.ca  e-*).������*��������������� ,i/4 thtn  { ii v  V?" i!  being  lak������������a out.-  Hydraulics-nave/uaea tn-  ti;oduned and work to aUvanUge.   ^uyi.  dor!"Creij'k 'dew::'diggiuge-y:1f������y..'-'n������������n>.     (  cover.d. and H was- thought .that .-thia  craok   back ssv.ralti mart,  would  prova  vary'rioh. , j>arg������*. numbers of  men were going: into th* mines.   Uiaors and  others there at prasent ar.  r.pr������i.iu.dy������a  dftlutf' w.ll, and ������xpVt������s.sthflmaf.lvea aanaflad  with|tlia: future! pr.Apecta of. that country. ;.:../  N.jaW- AcxDBMY^���������Mous. Uefth ..has  opened  hiB^uew academy., and .has a fine ������Usa,ot  French scholars.    We. had the pleasure ,0f  spending an hour wiih himiaat eyemng, and  TJie'!iMiningaompAhv:;Arf^  ' ��������� ���������     "       '-    ���������--��������� ��������� ' this  a fa- b������d rock and making /^ood.pro^*������;.::.thi������;  ^>nl- empanv-haa b,en gr.atly7)batruei*<l hyslum  '���������������*- :;and waUK:;having-: bacn/,a������^pelWd : ^.turn  -..it. v..:.- \yi# WlNir^.CKaBK.;;' /:_. . ���������  Tbe-c^mpRDV-:'1wprkin:g!!ou!th"ii cr������������k \i**t  b.ttomad ihair'sacond shaft at a -depth ;ol   M,  f..i and are now running: a^'roipeetmgdnvf  oa" bed'rock.     ;;'"-���������';*���������' ['fi'-'y .yy!:".Vr  'A'y ������������������'������������������ 'iii' ;'-'-' NBt.soN?.CKfciK. ">// -y:'/ :"/������������������.:;/  Tit. Rosa company have-c.^menaed^anaw/  tunnel, having run .into-, hard rock.tu the old  .bloWi fro'uj so tu. blunt wexpo... A halt, con-  the French language.* and has a plain way of  showing its superiority over the Lnglish or any.  other language as regards/its w?*���������^  prounnciation. ; The young men on the. oreek.  'who have a desire to learn and become pio-  -flciant in th. French language would do wei  U: improv. the opportunity now afforded  them and patronise Mousv Deffls.y  (WTHBWaT.-Mitch.lFs train left Yale far  un couutry on Monday last;  John  Moore,,  On  Tuesday   Schneidei   ana   uum  \k*     ^.r��������� hv:/' pr������s tbe Victoria C  one.^^ontgome.ry.;c.mpa^^^ K    ffQ.,. 0-  drauliclnr*M awaiUng a sufficient sirpplyol-        :^.   .   .    . m  water^-Littier..&���������%..!^^menca. this weak.  ��������� '// ���������������������������'���������'"."y.: .A}.-'������������������/;. pltis OailK,./.-/.  Smeaton.. 1% Co: are . ready for *He freabet.  tjuniiigaii euijdv r.f.olv..'r-c*aai! '.vaa strapp.4'.  round the-waist.   The pistol was ���������*W.aJIj  stolen.   From ihe ftpp'aaraiie. of. tn. leoaul-v  and��������� the'ramains wis thiiii: l\j��������� man waa d������-  coved 16 ih. spot by riiCt������in������ aware   of  his  wealth, and who supposed he carried it about  ���������hia lieVson. shot down ami b'.at ou   th. beati  with;'aumiw iih.il dead:   Saiii-J. was an In������b*  mau bv birlh'. and rieided in a rooaa oa bis-  gfird:slreel near Store.    II. left tba bona, on  ib������&tb-or February last,.and  was  not   sea.  a^aiiumlil his murilaUd body .waa feund   a  the fefital.:--Mr. Edward Mallaudain. aas U  City  Direciovy   for   IMS.  svBi. ilxrj   pages,   ������tut  information of value. b������  reliaerits and viai:ora.~Mr. W. S. Boh������, wb������r  iu 1S03 ediud the Mining.New. iii  vn.������ny  exoired recently Jfl London.   He was a son  n, ���������   . I^iv^Tiniiln'i^ of IJblm. the w.il known Londeii publisher.  -*"S^^ com- ^amu.l ^rannan. a California  millwnjlre,  _...^-:..~~----^r--:: , .,.-- ..-������������������_. Afu,r |jejn? ttt;o;t Uvanuaa waa robbed ef h.a  CANAi)IAN/lTI^lSi; V ��������� /watch bv hWussaH'aut,-.-Th< ������t������amsk;j> John  ONTittlO.  ^^^S^U^ona,,  three teams (for IL B. Co.  teams f������r Kwong  On Saturday, two  Yj'ee started out.    These  , Lad tr^n/carried about two hundred  .If the lovers of good music deaire  Music  0n. of the finest pieces thai has been  iiV the colony, let them step into  and ask Wilson.to  s. run over-Ute^New Dominion March, on��������� of  Gompo-- ��������� .,      ,  M������wrt.-Adl������*tarrjt  :.    -.���������  *-A^������������ th* New i)c  L.;'Bt������ph������ns sailed from  San   Franeieo.   .|1  ISaturday, tba 25th April, for P.ftlan.  with  ���������; Wm F Salmon Es?q., .Ibdge df^'.t.li'������.Couhiyl-ihe Victoria maila.   *he will   eouaaeH   wiW  Courtof Nariolk/dirdatSimcoe./ .     hh. Active st Aslorla lor Viclom.^  ������������������ Aminnamed Nickerson. of Lyaedockv hast        ~ ..    .  hpwi arretted for  homicide  in causing the j     lurdHTii;r ST*Twr:ca. - We prea.at ������e,.w  death-ofaMrsKdrnoiKU. ,    |a tabla cartlully compiled   bv   an   aec**-  oeatn oi a jus j'iu������iv������iu-'-, .    *-������ m������i������ *.������.������ ^   -���������������- ...      .  ;irrardirUa\\ot.n.nt;!oG^  Parliament  in   favor   of  a   .barter  Toronto, Grey and nruce Railway.  * regular troops aad  *.wo  d'*  /y"^l  l/:;:M ,.  :/v:W  : . * mm.  thvi we way oiht p  "' i Congress'.. Here it Is y-  1     iu Loafers make 'one grogshop :  ,.  i       I Grogshop 'iitakea fifty dntnkaids ;  ;     Bi) 'Drunkards ruin fiO familian ;   ..      .   :  50 FiimiUcs ilireiie peot'-hbitse arid jail l>; ,  ���������       l I'oor-HoBae and jail dsax. one great bill  I ef cor't^: ' t " 4 ...- ,,-  I Great bill of-c*>s?a makea \ -po*ir lawn :  i Toor towri drains 'tli* couuty U^aur? ;  1 1 ian k ni p t t r,eaBi i r Y U a ^ re lit $f-ate; t*ac;  j. f ? r ������i a t State- * a s e :< hau f������'l a tl se ii at i o n n 1  fund. ' "  . '   '.  >*.  ia ���������*���������������  ::s������<t.  nut.  [Ajm  y$  ���������' f ^  ;;#  :y^  .^: ' p'-T, <n<������<Eit*l������tfU?-.-tV..' ****"���������  :.'A&  mfi  v ������'' ;���������:* ;-.  j-Vy. y '���������  :������������������:'? i.\  &SrW  ./ f.i  ; >"  DRESSING FOR CHURCH.  Has anybody, heard thei bells ?;,   y  You have !-dear me ; I .know full well  I'll never dress in time���������       .  v joi mercy's sake, come help me, Luce,  rittoake my toilet very spruce,  .-  ���������'        The silk is quite sublime!  Here, lace this, garter for roe���������do;- ���������        .  ":" A bole?" you say,;plague- .take the ehoe,  '-'-"     . Please, Luce, try and hide it;  jimt think it'e Sunday, and my soali       ���������  . I cannot wear it with a bole, y  Tb. mea will surely spy it:  TheyWalways" peeping at our feet,  (Though to be suro they needn t peep,  '    The way we hold our dresses!)  ' ni disappoint them, though, to-day,  "Aad cross myself/' pray did you say?  '< Don't laugh at my distresses V y  .Now, Luce, pray feel my;w������terfaU,  v' to you think it large? am tit too small?  What bother.these things give I  ��������� ���������:��������� My rats aud mice, do they sit straight I  ::Piease hurry, Luce; I know In late���������;  fififiAA:.^her.,sy Willie[f,: as������H^-J__: A  How-splendidly this silk will rustl.v     '  ���������.(Please hand my," self-adjusting bustle,    .  : ri"   My corset and my .hoop.) y   ... fi.  There, now, Fll take five skirts, or six ;  ������������������!'-!! Do burr?, Luce, and help me fix, ./.;.  !.,/-. -You .'know I. cannot stoop I:.        '-���������-. .  % How shall 1 say my; prayers today ?"  ! v'Aj if girls ������6 to church ;to pray!    ������������������;'-.  !!-'.-'-. How. can you be so foolish'{ .-/���������_��������� ,. .-. .  Here, damp this ribbon in cologne ; ..  A: -Whatfor?"-.to paint;you silly one, v;  Now,. Luc������, don't be muleisii.  :���������. -Now, then, ray bat���������for be. abhora fiyy-  v'JbiB thing���������it's big as all out doors; '  '':v v.The. frightful sugar scoop!      /-  :  .vTti&nk Heaven, ray cloak is handsome, toe |  ; li ebst enough to be j I know���������  : ���������    yy (Straighten this horrid hoop.   .  ..   My handkerchief and gloves you'll And     .  Just in the drawer ;.Luce, are you blind?;  ': (Does my dress trail ?)  It's all-the fashion now, you know,   ..  >.. Pray do the paint and powder show  y   "Through my lace/veil,/      ���������..,       :.  ; Thank you;my dear, believe I arn dressed:  The saints be praised 1 the day of rest     y  Comes only once in seven ;.'  For if on ail the other six  This trouble I should brive to fix,   -  ; . \     I'd never ������et to Heaver*."  ' Carraix Basil Hall relates that he once  overheard the conversation  of  two  of  his  Bailors in tbe streets.of Valparaiso, who  had  ooiy been a few. days in th. country.   One  suhi to the other :  ���������' What do you think of these people V*  .'���������Why," replied his companion, with a  /of supreme conteinpt. "will you believe *  " iu e fob fa ca 11 a h at, so in b rero.''   Ths passing off-of .old folks, is. in. the .ordinary course of nature, but the elegies that are  } aspired by accidents are various and touching, as'in the following, where the cause ol  the exit ia followed by matter pertinent to  th. census ;������������������ .  "From life to death���������a suridon stroke���������  His bead was by a smw-gate broke ;  Tbe purple gore in streams did run ;  He left a widder and one son!"  srr months affo a Boston bouse sent .out a  and used them Cor umbrella?.   ���������.  ..Tnvr's a fm* "train." said on* gentleman  to anSiuding; to the tone, of aamger at  ������ concert tbe. otbarovomng.  ������ Yes." said a countryman who tal; near.  "but: if be .traina much more be'H burat.  l0M-" ,*    ��������� ���������������  A mas came borne drunk on * cold niglit.  and Yomited in a ba.ket containing goslings,  which bii wife bad placed -befor. lb. fire,  imftn ueeinz which, he exclaimed,���������  ^T^^!r^'^! gTr*ll0W  tbinga?" fi yfi'    ,  Whkn is a blow from a- lady welcome?  When she strikes you agreeably. .  ROADSIDE ADV^jggMENTg;^^  OCCIDENTAL   HOTEP,  Afifi-yfi: A ..- .-Q^SNEr.MOUTIIv..r-....^:.....,.J.,:,.fci,  BROWN & GILLIS, FKbPRiETosg.  Good Beds: Restaurant; Billiard Table, &e  Stabling for Horses, Huy anu^Oaw. - yy.   .  Mayl, 1868. '--/: '. fi "���������'''���������        ���������  Imjjorter and Commiasipxi Morcbiot,  wHAiursffe;    v   ,-     -     vicrroKU, V.I.  May 1,1868:  sutro   &   CO.,  Coraer of Tales aud Wliarf.3tr.et.,  Vicresia/V.!!.,  IMPORTERS W CIGARS AND TOBACCO  *May 1,3888.  ROBERT   BTJKNABY,  LAND AGENT, Etc.,  ������ovaajmaa* Snwrr, Victoria, V. 1.  All Imslnsss cartfelly aatf punct.ally attend������4 1./  May 1,1868. ^  WILLSei & RICSMN,  C O FFEE    ROASTERS,  '���������. Aaa i>eai:rs in ���������       v-,v- fifiAfi  ���������: GROCERIES. SPROYrSIONS, Br^[  Ma? 1, 1W8.  Fort Slroot, Victcria, f. I.  184 HIS OR BEEP CEEEK HOUSE;  TS OPEK FOR:THE ACCOMMODATION OF/THK  1 Travelliae public: the bodrooma are specious and  airy and the Beds cannot- bo surpassed -for cleanliness  and comfort by any in tho lower country: tbe Tablets  'alwayssupplied with the beat ol' victuals Stabhni  for HorW: Ray, Oats and Barley constantly on^cd.  '..'if ay" 1,1863.  flm  look  it,  Tkr La.3T Max.���������A yonng girl after reading  attentively the title of a noval called *'The  La������t Man," exclaiuied,-���������  |; nie������s me! if such a thing wer������ to happen,  what would become of tho wonien?,J  T^'e think a moro poriinent inqniry is,  ,rwh*t would become of the poor man V  Tom Hood sau] there ia no man in Germany  iriore inhumanly abused than the Jew. He is  vrranged, pelted and hooted at j he is robbed,  tfrxed. and Bpit'-upon-.; and all for what? Because he believps in tho. Old Testament, and  won't eat perk sausages. '  A rouKo woman who has just graduated af  /a fashionablo .seminary, took, as the subject  for an easay, "The Education of Our Boys."  Jitn't thia young creature a little ahead of  time���������kind of rushing liiB prospective, aa it  were-? Is she quite sure f,our boys" won*t be  girls ? -  *; What did you used to do, mamma, before  ' you wa married? asked a cherubic fbur-ye&r-  eld.  " Well* my dear, I had a good time."  -;' A good time VJ he exclsimed cpxlie indignantly���������"what, without me?" .  Wbl'l, Brldgt?t, if I engage you I shall want  you to stay at home whenovar 1 shall wish'to  go out."     ���������  Qui.v told a lady that aho Jookod blooming  as apj'inpf, but. rocoliecUng; that tbe season  Wm not then rery pvoinkitjg, he added.���������  *��������� v.Toul<������ to heaven the .}������rin^ ^onid loolc  l-jk������ v.t������������).  rrnF. TJNDSRSIGHED. PROPRIETOK8 OF^THR  .t above well know a and pop/a Ur ofttAblishmcnv. bog  ir������ inform tbeir numerous Irionds and tbe public fi������ne������ t  rally, that th?y are cow prcp?������r&d to afford every accommodation* to the travelling: conur.uulty, av tbe  most rtasoDable rat* of euar^es. (iiod clcaa, airy  bed-ch:imbf������rs.  The Bar is sto-������*kcci with tbe very beat brands of  Wines, Spiriu and Cipira.  Tho Table i������ anppiied vrilb all tho subsuming and  iuiuries tha couuiry ajR������rtis and nieala are aervod at  all hour?. , ���������  Tbe 8tablas are apacionfl, comfortable, atid*. AtianoDd  by nrRt-class hostlers,.'and. a. tionstani supply or iba  best provender of all kinds.  in short, tsary convenience aud facility conducive  to the comfort of man and bcaat. wjll   be feund. aad  the pro^riclora will spare no effort in order to jjiv������������ ea- j  lire satisfaction io all who raay patroaiss their eatab-  lishmen:. '     CROW &CO.  Soda Creek, B. C, May 1,1868. Cm  GEE AT REDUCTION !  Clinton City, ':  BRITISH    COLUMBIA  >FHB SUBSCRIBERS, FOR MAOT TEARS 1*0-  1 prietoraof tb������������ Twenty Nine Mile-Hous*, Dryugiaa  Portage, beg to announce lUt bavinR purcluaad th'r  Clinvm Hotel property, they are prepared to afiord  excellent accommodation to tho irivelllng fabba.  The table will at all times be. wall supplied, and ia tbe  Bar will be found the 'choicest liquors.  Ample .stabling for. animals, and the best of foed  oonst-antlv on hand./  . /They'respectfully invite a call from their old customers, aa weli as tri������ travelling public generally.  Clinton, B, C,,' May 1, 1368 J- SMITH 4 CO.  wffl!iiiw:ii  New Tork, Callfbrnlai and Kurc^eao Kxpr^,    - .h  And Exchanga Company. ������������������. ^J������^%^^SfSk  Trard LettVra, Packages .and Treasure; to^H}������*rta W  the VaelAc and Atlantic. States and Europo^ Bma ���������������  Exchange dra* n on Sa n fragciaco, 1* ow Torlc, Baa Wft^  and London;at current-.^taa^;y-:K:^crf*r^' -yy  .-Office��������� .Yates Street, Victoria; V. I. : -\yy  Slay 1. issSyy-Zyy/;.;/-!-.;.^1: :y.;:v#-v/v. ^-A^-fi:  'fi������y} jsjigHiBBE.i^;^";:Gb>f'  WTl*4 FORWARD rROMPTLT, AT KODBlUTB TWlifc*..  v-f'-KngUaii-AjiiariOan, ;;/-'":���������. ���������������������������'���������',  ': "to        ' '   ' '���������': ��������� ��������� French,. 0orai?.M,  -  r . iadcthori^  aoBacaivTiOaa.'-abiita* Poarao������, tatablb is aova>������������b.  - May lt lifate'fiA M  VICTORIA- ADV^siim^  E  7   :MALLANDAIJTE, COLLKCTOR AmTT^!  M^S8vVOruiflQtS^  T?   WATSOH, WatchttiakerTS^r^  11/c and Kngraver,Governmentstr������p7ier 1  3 St. Nicholas Hotel, Victoria V I   V-^/S  to the  omoters and Watches cleaned, repaired nn*    *$  ed..   Every  descripiion of'Jewelry mad. ,!**&  Plain and Ornumcntal Engraving noatly ^.2.^  May 1,1808.    ,      ���������'         ^ 7 CIeCftt������.   ; 1 h  DAILY and WEEKLY   *������ RRlTHTrnT^  .and VICTORIA CHRONICLE."    Orw/H  ing cither the Daily or Weekly issuea or5w?���������$!*������  any part of Europe, the United states, Canada i*!  Ha, &c , left at this ottlco or sent toY&'i^  attended to.    TERMa in adranco.     Wr^T ,!t0  With Postage, $7 SO ; 6mos: do.;$4 n y%***  mos do., $23 ;.6mosdo.i $12 40 y   "m*'  Mayl, 1863. ��������� yy,  :  HOTEL DB "FRANCE,  Oovxenmk.vt Street, yieroau;, >\ 1  THE RESTAURANT U aunplica with ������},  delicacies of tbe.season, and'tha sleeping itt  dailon is,; replete with every comfort.    Thfi ������  WiQ������a;Uquorf and Cigars.        A *    -7*  "���������'������������������������������������ '?��������� :   ', J-.BifiK*'* CO;, PrncrftiH.  :.. Hay li 1868/        :"A: *���������; '-'.-- fiT���������1  Batweas  8T0RS 3TREET,  3 trald an d i'jaguard, Tloforii; ?! |;  1  1NDRS W   ASTR1C0' RESPKCTFULLY iKroi������  Xi;:hi8 ifrjendt  and ; the.; tru veil tag -public, Sit  the abore'.Holel/ia/the'.-rhpst.-cbmmOdlaus aj^eSB^S  hotel A n Victoria.    It is conducted on tha EartTaBlflS  rpriuciple;'^d-<th'e'Ubiaissuppilod'wlth ths.Ymb������S| ~  the market aifords,',   . '���������������������������^SbS!;^'  .'-.-A restaurant being attached .to -the'.' premiiu iS^&Al  ;cari by hid.-.at all hours of the day- Prirati'i!:Sl^^fc  rauoi a 'for; ��������� faUitHaaitf-Tha,'. rates'', of- chc rg m m hIP*"- - '**" ':'  Iowa ��������� Board and "lodging per week, $5 60 to ft;!  'ditto par day, $1 00 ; .Single meals, thirty-**** J  a.)iall cents ��������� bed*, $0 conta. Terroa-iaih itS  vanes.    A Or<"proof������afy in th������ bouitj. I  . Uxy 1; 1808. j,|  %mm'  R  LONDON   HOUSll  /GOVgKNMEKT STREET, VKT0EU.   .1  WHOLESALE. AND':RKTAIl1  EXCHANGE   HOTEL,  gODA CREEK, B. C.  gkosgh siM^'-risnilr, fiyfiy] i������<$. aaaar ������c������������aw.  FIND L^ A Y & D UR H A  ��������� .IMPORTERS,  And Oaaaraj Commfeaion  Herehan ta, Wh arf flwaet,  !yyy"';y/.jlc^riav-T,l'.y;; '' ; '  London om������*--51, Great St. UileB*, Bishcpes*^ SNr.  Mayl, 18f^ -'--!'--���������-' :/ .- '���������"���������'���������"��������� ��������� 0a'  J. H. TURNER & CO.  WILLIAMv&  WATCKHAHER  /y  ���������;.! ���������   AN D    JEWSLLER,  ��������� :.y v/CLpB BUILDING,  ftoTarnmaat Street,       -       v!   "'      _ Vistaria;. T. f.  COLOKIiL! HOTEL,   SODA CREEK,  HcLBESE & SENAT,. PKOPRTETOKjS,  BKO TO RKTURK THANKS TO THEIR  PATRONS  for the paat, and in order to.suit the times they  have reduced tho iscalo of prices, r\t.:  Kaals, SI 00 ; Beds,.75 cents ; Board and Lodging  per day, $3 50 ; Board and Lodging per ira������k;$is 00  Having recently made large additions to tha pre-  mlaessoaato five flrst-cUtsa accoinmodatlon in tho  eating and sleeping department*, tbey hope to merit  ah extended support in the future. Private rooms for  families. ���������.'<������������������������������������������������������  At the Bar will always be found the eheioaa't brands  ef Wines, Liquor* aad Cigar?.  The Stable in clean, attended by a good hostler, and  supplied with th������ best s-roraudar of the countrr.  May 1, !Se8.     . 'em  EXPRESS & G-ENEHAL  AGE N'C.'Y !  ON THE AKBIVAL AT BAUKBRVILL1I OT  every Mail and Express, P. BE ID wil] Iwfq B*r-  kervlllo with an Express for the following places :���������  Mosqoito and Rod Gulches, Whip Saw GUlch, Lowhoe  Creek, Grouse Creek, Stoyens Creek, Cab for nia Crook  and Suiter. He v/i-1 also leave regularly twice wwy  we^k for the same places, with the Cariboo Srstinri,  on the morn in jjh of its issue. Ho, \vill attend; to. a il  kinds of commissions, etc., for jnin^rs, obtain !lean-  *G3, racord clsinia, examma records/etc. Coll*oJ,iu*  will also b& aUen-ioii to. Ho will also aeed out, thj������e  ttaaes a isiOB th, a u Kip ress to-Eolthlay 1 h\ -.- -. k. Tr r v *���������  of Quean olio, Ce d ar ana Bh ck' lieu r Crft*!- k :i. i-7 0 v [.  liav������) an offlo*> at 3i*rket vi!!'j, vhzr-i i\\ ��������� ���������..;���������;��������� ,���������-*.. r- fi  r.m be \<i\\  Mty ,r>. UG1 fa*  Jewelry ofavary il^cription madeta oriar.  'May l,!S6������"y-:   '' ' ;.    V'     ��������� /���������/' /      ;    /      ��������� _J?^_  'AJL G-ILMOKS,  Wi ������ R OH AM f  TA IL OR,  fifilyfjO^WRt^  .:/  Third door below Governmbht'Slraet, Viatori������TT. I ,  Hs8 on hand, and ia constantly recelvlnc * larfe  assortment .of Cloths, CxaaiM^ara' an������.'*VMMtWS***  which he is prepared, to make to order in Uia moat  approved atylea... -./ : .'.  Ail order* from Cariboo promptly attended to.  .    MayT:m?L���������.���������..���������.- ....-  A,y:...:::;[....  *m-  ;^puaT>:aa oy  Kngiisb A French Silks, Shawls, Dretscvj  Uerciothing, Ci������>vea, end every deacriptisa i\  Drapery. Goods. I  Kfcelrt rajultr aupplU'a by Express via Paiua^  by.S>iilinx vr^trls via Cup"  IfWro.  ^2^* Particular attention uiven to all ordsw.   J  Loudon Firm���������J. P. TokstaU* Co.  ESTABLISHED 1358.        j  Hay 1, 13������S. ������  ������/  Hi.  IBM  Hill  wyy  0-BELLY,&./FITEEE  'y//!'WHAKF FTRKETy VICTOB!*,:  IPOHTfiES/ASBWHOLEil  ���������;/';'��������� ."./-^Dialers in ~!/:-"'       :.; '|  Fine ICaglish, French, -to.American Ikm  Cbiaupagne, Clarot aad Brandioa. |  JESSE   fffOOWPER,  ��������� PHALEK IX 3���������    ���������  CUSTOI-IABS BOOTS AHD SHOES,  No. 23 VATKS STREET;' VW'TOKtA,.;  (Opposite WylLs, Farjjo h CVa.)  Always on hand��������� Calf, Kip, Shoo rhidtnga. etc., ������i������.  Mayl, 1363. ������t������  SCOTCH   HOUSE,  FORT. STREET, VJGTOEIA  A. MoLEAN & Co.,  -Gbvirral OuTnrrKiia,  TMPORT CLOTHING OF ALL KINDS ; also BOOTS  X aud SHOES, direot frani the beftt English and  Scotch markots. Sell retail at wholesale prices for  CASH. All orders sent through Uarnard'a Expraaa,  promptly attended to.       .  May 1,1868. em  ...I      - .     I,     .I, -.-'- -  BAILEY'S  PRIVATE    BOARDING    HOUSE,  Fort Street, Victoria, between Doiif laa an<t  Broad Streets.  XT f^ ��������� TJAIIjEY BESS-TO INTIMATE TO- THE  11 ������ \Jm I) public that ho has purchased tho  bo tiding and furniture, as lately occupied by Mrs.  Heal, which ho has entirely rfefltted at great coat, and  tho premises will now be found replete- with ������very  convenience for the comfort of families an<i I������w5lea and  gen tl omen.    jS&f-ToruiH mod^rat"?.  N. B.���������In addition to the abor<������, H. C. Bailey also  con tsitues us carry on < h * K** ?.! n.r\A B������������d i og Houpe  on LiDgler Rtreftl.  W<J l.i$m. fim  JUMS STOCK OF EONnf.O / W1XB. ^  *. Brandies always on hsadf To -dealer* poKaq  ln Urta qc ahUliea, a liberal discount will neattej  b^^H. AU orders wil! receive prompt atteatta. j  VraUr & Fitme,yA������e;U ^r B"^!*^?9  Ooktra* Hitters, et.cv,and::POLE 4pB*!,������*d  leon Cabinet Ohampaicne,; Beuche do ; friJM  A cio.V IS. Clicquot, PreJlor, Claret.^ A^  i)huch������ Bknf & Co., of i/areuil aur Ay, cbamp^  UTo m]?e-Ooid: Medal Chswpa^/from B������^  SonJscl, firy Lacrrkt ft;U������a^..]  530X1* V** ; , 'Ajen'toyCeaiwaj  -Mayl. ises. y'- .A;aA:a;A" '-J  FTTFe/l'/pi  MERCHANT,    :  RT CH F I ELD,   B.C ;|  ~~    "Willow Saloon,; /  JESSE  PEARCE, PROPRIETOj  CSNTBKVJLLK, B. C j  Msy.1;l������W.  Centrevllle House,"  CJCNTHBTILLa, B. C.  May I, 1868. . .._^��������� ���������  ELDOEADO.SALC  WILLIAM   STIRLING,  ' Fashion Saloon,  ADLER    &    BARS''  my X, 18*8.  HI  HAiai������siN������*'^rKO      I  iSSl^'ftSraMf- Ail       A'A--  tended !". .- r ' * '{. ���������  May 6, !***���������   . ' ISlIf (���������'.".���������        ' ^���������<������p.������J������<w'������v5-.'',"'^--'*B-*--'-'^" *���������"-'-'-��������� "*��������� " "  m  mhAfiAr-zW  .>fim^^y.:ffi,  yyyyyytAA   -'-;  /���������  3  well  DRESSING FOR CHURCH.  Has anybody: heard the bells j  .  Yoa have!���������dear r/ic;I;knowfull  I'll never dress in time���������  Tor mercy's sake, come belp me, Luce,  HI make my toilet very spruce,  The silk is quite sublime!  Here, lace this, garter forme-do \^A       .  ������ A bole?" you say, plague .take the shoe.  Please, Luce, try and hide it ; ���������  ju*t think it's Sunday, and my soul I  I cannot wear it witb .a bole..  The men will surely spy it:  Tbey?reilways peeping at our feet.-      /  (Tbougb to be sure th&y needn t peep, ..  '       The way we hold our dresses!)  I'll disappoint them, though, to-day,  ��������������� And cross myself/' pray did you say.?  " Don't laugh at my distresses I  Now, Luce, pray feel my waterfall,  Do you tbink.it large? am t it too small?;  What bother these.thirds give!  My rata and mice, do they sit straight T  Please hurry; Luce; I know I m late;  /,!.::::'.':!D^^  How splendidly tbw silk will rustle  _     -  (Please band my." self-adjusting bustle,  :<A- -Mr-corset and my hoop.) ;   i.fi  There; now, HI take five skirts, or six;  Do burry,.Luce, and.help me fix, /...  . You .know I cannot stoop l  ;>< How shall I say my,prayers to-dayf.  : As if girls fcp to church to pray !..:������������������;/.:  ' ' ! How.can you be so foolish?  Hore, damp this ribbon in cologne.; A  '-What for?" to'paint; you silly one, .  ., Now, Luc������,;donJt be muleish.  L-Kow, then; my bat���������for be abhors -,-���������.-���������  fIbi������ thing���������tt?s big as all out.doors; '  viTbefiigbfful sugar scoop !  :';Tiiank Heaven, my cloak is handsome, too;  4i ebat-enough to be, I know���������  y. (Straighten this horrid hoop.  Uy handkerchief and gloves you'll find  Just iu the drawer; Luce, are you blind?.  A      (Does my dress trail?)  It's all the failiicm now, you know,   ���������  Pray do the paint and powder show.  Through-my-lace'veil,;      ���������;.,       * /���������;���������:.  Thank you, my dear, believe I am dressed:  The saints be prai������ed! the day .of rest  /Gomes only once in 'seven ;.'  For if on all the oth er si z  This"trouble I should have to fix, fi:  I'd never get to Heaven.!  'Captain Babil Hall relates.that be once  . overheard the conversation of two of hia  sailors in the streets/of Valparaiso, who had  only been a few.days in th* country. One  suid'to the other :  ���������' Wbat do you think of these people?''  -   .*���������. Why," rep lied his companion, with a look  - of supreme contempt, "will you believe it,  . ��������� 'tbe fools call.a hat sombrero."  . Ths passing, off of old folks is in. Lhe ordinary course of nature, but the elegies that are  Inspired by accidents are various and touoh-  Jng, as in the following:, where tlie cause ol  the exit is followed by mailer pertinent to  .the census :���������. .  " From life to death���������a suddon stroke���������  His bead was by a saw-gate broke ; "  The purple gore in streams did run ;  He left a widder and one soal"  < ������������������--.���������--  Tkb Last Man.���������A young girl after reading  .attentively the title of a novel called *'Tbe  .Last Man," exclaimed,���������  ������������������ Ble?s me! if such a thing: were to happen,  what would become of the women V  We think a more pertinent inquiry is,  "what would become of tho poor man?"  ... Tom Hood salt,! .there ia no man in Germany  wore inhumanly abused than the Jew. He is  wronged, pelted and hooted at; he is robbed,  ' t*xed. and spit upon,; and all for what? Because be believes in the Old Testament, and  won't eat perk sausages.  A touko woman who has just graduated at  a fashionable seminary, took, as the subject  for an essay,il Tlie .Education.'- of Our, Boys."  Isn't this young creature a ���������. little ahead . of  time���������kind of rushing the prospective,' aa it  Is she quite sure "our boye" won't be  were?  eirie ?  *J Wuat did you used to do, mamma, before  ' von we married? asked a cherubic four-ysar-  -fld. !  " Well, my dear, I had a good time."  ���������'���������a A good time !" he exclaimed quite indignantly��������� " what, without me ?" .  WmX, Bridget, if I engage you I shall want  you to stay at home whenever 1 shall wish to  go out."  ���������Qulv told a lady thaf ihe. looked blooming  as spring:, b?it. mcoll������ctfng that the season  was not r'h#n very protnfoitfj?, hv added.���������  " VTould to heaven the ftj'Hrrjg temhl look  l-ik������ v.&tt.  naar,  t  and used them tot umbrell*9.  ..That's a fm������ ������tr������in-' ������aid one gentleman  to affir, alluding to the tones ofganger ������t  * concert tho othar evening.  I Yen." said ������ countryman who ml .������  ������bnt if be .triins much more he 11 burst.  / THB;C0n,l������;^-rds ofn^h^^  ffi^d^Kiidr������ toynourn his  Auks came borne drunk on * celd night.  ant vomited in a basket contain^ goslings,  which his wife had placed -before   the  fire,  uDon seeing which, be exclaimed,���������  P-My God, wife, when did I swallow them  things?" /    v .  'Whsm is a blow from a   lady  welcome?  When she strikes you agreeably..  ROADSIDE ADVERTISEMENTS.. ._  E  %  '���������fi BROWN & GILLIS, Propwetow,  Good Beds; Restaurant; Billiard Table, &e  Stabling for Horses, Hay and'Oats. - > ���������     .  Mayl, 1868. ' -''-'.     "/ '; r'- om  1S4 MILE OB' BEEP CREEK HOUSE;  TS O^EK FOR THE ACCOMMODATION OFA^RK  I Travelling puhlic: the bedrooma arc spociouS and  airv and the Beds cannot bo surpassed for cleanllcefis  and comfort by any in tho lower count ry; tha JaWevls  always supplied with the best of victuals. Stabhu*  for Horses f lUy, Oats and Barley consUntly on hand.  ;;-.;;. jf ayi 1863.*  floi  HO T  Clinton City, -:  BRITISH    COLUMBIA.  THB .SUBSCRIBERS, FOR MAOT YEAIW-' ?HO-  1 prielorsof th������ Twority-N'me: Mila* House, Dcuglai  Portage, beg to annonb.ee that havi������K purchassd the  Clinvm Hotel property, they are prc-parod to afforrl  excellent accommodation to tho .travelling fmbh(i������  Tho table will at all times be well supplied, and ia the  ���������Bar will he found tha choicest liquors.  Amplo staUlmg for animals, and the best of fo������d  eonatanilv.onhamL-  . They resj������sctmll>* invite a call from their old customers, as well as the. travelling public generally.  Clinton, B. C, May 1, ISc8 J. SMITH & CO.  EXCHANGE   HOTEL,  &ODA CREEK, B. C.  THOMAS LETT STAHISGHIIBT,  Ittiporter and Commission Merchant,  WHARF STREET,  May 1,1868.  VICTORIA, y. I.  6m  SUTRO   &   CO.,  Corner of Yates and Wharf fltraeU,  VlCTOSU, V.  I.,  IMPORTERS OF CIGARS AND TOBACCO  May 1, 1MB. 5'     ���������   ROBERT   BURN ABY,  LAND AGENT, T-rc,  ������Graft***** Strkbit, Victoria, V.: 1.  *'���������''' ��������� ��������� ��������� ��������� ���������  All imainsss e*xk&fm*$ punctaally attand������4 to/  May 1.166SY "������������������-��������������������������� _���������  WfLLSOI  C O F F "E E    Rt) AS;T|M,  :��������� Ana D������ai:rs li-^'."',-   ->.J\ Afi.;!/.  .   ! GROCERIES.;^R(^M/"^^  r -Fort Straot, Victoria, Ti I.  ���������   Mayl, IS88.y.  . /.���������'���������;��������� fififi.        ��������� AyA::  Om  WMm^.'AWM'^W^'  New York, Callfbrota^and European Eapre^,     ^  And Exchange Company, Capital ,*10 (Klb^CO."&&&  Ward Let������4p^aK������s,and Treasure,^! pgt*fit  the PaciacandAtlantlc StHti-s and Europe WHa-ef  Exchange dra>n bn'San Fragciaco, >������w/Yort, Baatpn^  *nd London, at currunt;rate������l.ry -.^;ij y-:,'  ��������� Office��������� Yates Street, Victoria, V. I. / ^/   y  May 1.1833,; yy .fiyy^: Afi [' ���������_ yfiyfiA, y ' ^j;  WTUfc FOl^iitDTROMPTLT,���������'AT ICODBRATK TttttW.  Ay  ShsliaiiifAmerioaLn,  Is*  French, Q-drax.e.R.  Aad cihor Xowapapera and Periodlcala.  SuBscanrtioaa,'abbiae Poaxao*, fataBls is xt>w<*.  Mayl, 1608/y': Ay'.-yy-... ,:������������������'-  . 6*  VICTORIA AbV^iS^^  May S?vrUmeDt S'^ Vic^^lH  E  17 WATSOIST, :WatcSnxaker~ie^r  i^c and Kngraver,Govemment atrm i??.  to the St. Nicljolas Hotel, Victoria V' \ hi **\  oraeters* and Watches cleaned, repaired alS"^  ed.. Every descrlpllon ofJeWeirV maS ."^  Plain and Ornamental Engraving neatly���������������.!2,c?������l  May 1 18������'.-Vs-': < u'..- '������������������  ���������   ��������� ������������������    -  "v * * eMc������������.v.[  DAILY and-WEEKLY ������ BRlTt^HrS?>'  and VICTORIA CHUO^OLE,''OrJ>fJ3NI-  Ing cither tlva Dally or:.\Ve>le]y Issues oftiL>J'  any part of Europe, the United States SXh T*-  Ua, &c, left at this office or sent to Yi ^  attended to.    Terms in advance.    Wreut  with Postage, $7 SO ; 'Omoa. do., f^ fit.    \  mos do., $23 ; 6mos do., $12 50 4|tT������  May 1  1863.  12a������l  , HOTEL DE FRANCE,  OorxRNMB.vT Street, Vicroti^ V, I  .npHE RESTAURANT U nuoplicd with .,,  a   -������-'���������������diss of Uie season, and the alt      "  replete ;w 1 th every comfort.  l������������<  A delicacies of the season, and tho aleepinc  datlon isj-replete With every comfort. The  WInea; Uquorj aad Cffrars. A        ,  fimmmAA^^m:mmm  PACIFIC-fElEGEAPI  -./',,-. / ���������' !4; STORS STREET,  fifi fi -Bat irrtB Haraid and 'fiaguard^Vi^ric t]  \.:K������'R'S W ASTRIGO .EESPKCTFClXT;W  ..^Lyh/isyfriecdi /and ;the/ytravel!lb*/ public  the abora.Hotel. ia��������� the nipst comrn'odleus aiji timm  hotel Jo! Vletbrtov   It Is/conducted.: on tha Eor^S  priiiclple^Taiid the table Is supplied ."with the Vm'hjB  the market &tford������;> ' ��������� * ate  * A -rasiR nrant being attached to tha prerokei i\myS  ���������'can' b *j hid ftt all phoura of ths .'dty//,.; prirati 'ihWfi-,  rootxkR for .lawIHoai,y''Tha/r*t'es/ of chsrps arsii^BSl  tovtk: -Bbard'' and lodging per week,' $5 &0 to'jtiKft^  ditto'par day, $1 00 ; .Single m ta is, thirly^ns'(^^^pfi:  a-haU coats ; beds,' 60 cents. "Tt-rrafl���������Ciiiiil^^^^^  vance. ' 'A OT^proo'tfafu In thw houia. ^^^^  Mayl; 184S.  3m  L  GKOXGH i^U^'yFWihXTA/fi'y: '.MM*, 1.WRT X>U������*A������.  FIND k AY& 6 UR H A M,  .' . ������������������    ^;T;r;M^:0/R.T'^''R^^  And Oan*raV&mmfeaio3-c!k yTk*rf a^raat..  '!;i;>-;Vv.-rictofUi v, t.;-  London Ofilaaliii; &r*at St.  Mayl, 19SS, fi'y.yA.y'  ONDON   HOTJS'mH|  y/GOVKHNilKKTSTRKET, VICTORIA.   .^^^^:  WHOLESALE' AND  :RSTAIlKJ||v  J. H. TURNER'"t CO,    I  U>le������a, Btshe"p*s������t* JKr.  ' >" '-,.������������������.. '   Qa.  AMIES OS,  qiHK UNDERSIGNED. PROPRIETORS OF - THK  1 aboro well known and popular sstablishniani, bog  lo inform their numerous frionds and the puhlic ������ene-  rally, that th^yaro now prepared to afford every accommodation* to the travailing community, at tee  most reasonahlo rate of cuatr^ea. G������od cloaa, airy  bed-ch:imhf?r������.  The Bar is st-o.'lced with tbe rary beat bran da. of  Wines, Spirits and Gigara.  The Table is supplied with all tho substantial and  luxuries the country ajR>r<*st aud nieala are ssrrod at  all hours. ��������� ���������    .*        .  The St&bl*a are spacious, comfortable, and- attended  by ilrst-class hosU&r������,.and a ttonstaut supply or the  best provender of all kinds.  In short, every convenience aud facility conducive  to the comfort of mau and bco������i. wjll be feund. aad  the proprietors will spare no effort in order to give entire* satis factum io all -who raay patron js������ their establishment. ''" CROW &-CO.  Soda Creek, B. C, lay 1,1868. 6m  WATGKMAIEB  AJiD    JWSLL2R,  /CLUB BUILDIXG,  ������0Tsrnmant Stre������t,      A'     ~ :    Wistaria, T. 1-  GREAT REDUCTION !  Jsw-Iry ofavsry d^cription madets OTaar.  May 1.1568.       " ; ���������    ':'     ��������� /"/ '      .A:  fi   _  _  ^A. Q-ILMORS,  IV! E RO H AN T   TA 1L O R,  ; /TAT1s;BT21KKT>   Afi:  Third door below Govsrnment'Slraet, Vletoiii, V. I,  Has on hand, and is constantly. recMylns a lara*������  n.ssortment of CLorHa, CAasiM^ara: ^js/.TaatflMta,  which he is prepared to make to order in Urn moat  approrod stylei..        . -./ ,  j\il orders from 'Cariboo promptly attsu'dad'to.  .  Mav i. nm, '-..".���������  ;y;;..... $m ���������  J E S S E   ftl GOWBER,  mimihl SOTEi,   SODA CREEK,  MoLKESE 4 SEKAT,. PROPRIETOR?,   '  pro TO RKTL'RN THANKS TO TKEIR PATROLS  D for the past, and in order to suit the times they  have reduced tho scale of prices, vis.;  Meals, $1 00 ; Beds, 75 cents ; Board and Lodging  per day, $3 60 ; Board and-Lodging per waek, Slfi 00  Having recently marie large additions to tha pre-  miseyfioaato five flrsl-chiss accommodation In tho  eating and sleeping departments, tbey hope to merit  an extended support in the future. Private, rooms for  families.  At the Bar will always bs found the choicest brands  of Wines, Liquors and Cigars.  The Stable is clean, attended by a gooi hostler, and  supplied with the bast provender of the countrr.  May 1, 1868. em  EXPRESS & GENERAL  A QE NCY !  ON THE ABEIVAL AT BARKERVILLR OT  every Hail and Express, P. BE ID win loavo Bar-  kervills with an Express for the following placos ;���������  Kosquito and Red Gulches, Whip Haw GUlch, Lowhoe  Creek, Grouse Creek, Stovcns Creek, California Crook  and Sutter.   He w!!l also leave regularly twice svttry  ass, record olsima, exa-mma records, otc,    ColIaoMuff  - OBALER IX���������  uusu BOOTS AHB SHOES,  N*0. 23 YATES STRT.ET, VICTOKtA,  (Opposite Wells, Fargo k Co1*/)  Alwars on hand���������Calf, Kip, Shoo FiudljifS. et������.t ������W.  Mav -1, 1863. ������m  jiiruaTiifes oy ]  Engliab A French Silks, Shawls, Pressajj  Uerclotblni, Cltiv'ra, ond every, descripttc-su  ��������� Drapery Goods. '������  Her.elvs rsjultr ������upp������U'H'by Expr������:.ss via faiinl  by'.a'ailfDX VrssrlS via Q.p������ Hova. S  &gT Partlrular attention ijiven tn all ordini   |  Loudou Firm���������J. P. Tuns fall k Co. j  ESTABLISHED 1S5S.        j  - May 1, 1833. *j  Q-RELLY &  FITEEeI  WHAKF STREET, VICTORIA,        \  ia?oMBs,Apwsopsiii|  . -C;ijtilars'in ���������..-. '.  Fine Knglbh, yrertGh i./J^erican Ll^M  Chiaupagrte, Claret aad Brandiaa,  4     LAKOK  STOCK   OP    EONDRP ;T/INK fl  \': ���������Brandies' always on/hand.   To -dealer* pflrcjtj  j������ Itm-QcahUiias, a liberal diaeppnt will bcnu������|  C i*n    AU orders wilt receive prompt 'aitentsoa j  r������r#iV .* rmt*A+***&,ISt-^S^Jfl  Ooktrs'.'Blitera, etc.,,and: SOLK. AGB.Nw ;������-jj  lees Cabinet (Jhampajrne ; Bouche/do.; -Juw1 fcj  &'V.f*;X-   K-   Clicquot: Prellcr,   Clwei.^   Agfw  midiii &m A Co., ofifareui! sur Ay, cbampa|ti������j  LrTo an!ve~0old Msdal ChsmVs^^v^^  j**^.yyj-y#^  .U*yi. ism. ,*-;-���������"-'������������������;!'���������  ���������I  'smffi&&!X  yifif;*  y % i%&$  WM!!iM8Sfs  S3S  Ifg'-  EOF EL  MERCHANT,  C  SCOTCH   HOUSE,  FORT    STREET,.   .VICTORIA  McLEAN'���������& Co.,    .  GEKKRAL ObTFITTKIta,  TMPORT CLOTHING OF ALL KINDS'; also BfKrTH  X. and SHOES, direct fram tho best English *nd  Scotch markets. Sell retail at wholesale prices for  CASH. Ail orders sent through Uaraard'a Exprsas,  promptlv attended to.  May 1,1868. fhn  BAILEY'S  PRIVATE    BOARDING    HOUSE,  ?on Street, Tlctoria, between. Dv)n|laa an<  Broad Straets.  C.  ^ ; , KAILBY BSGS TO INTIMATE TO THE  Is ������ \J������ jJ puhlic that ho has purchased tho  building and furniture, s������ lately occupied by Mrs.  Heal, which ho has entirely re fit ted at great cost, and  the premises will now  he found replete with every  will also he aUra-kid to.    Ko will also send out, throe convenience for the comfort of families ami ladies and  times a month, an Express toMtblay ('>.-:k. rf-r"*:*-tgentlonicn.   ^rTonoa madnrai^,  ������rQaaancIle, Ca-'iarWjii  BNck Bear Crvkn,    fT^vj.i    S. B.���������In add i Hon to tbe shore,  li a ve an o If) 0* m Barker vilH,  ������-��������� h ere -1 i .., ; ���������;��������� .-*., ,���������],-.   j con tmu*s ia ca rry on 1 \\ w H ei t!  r.ui be left, : on Lmalsr sir est.  MirO. iSfll iy M.������jrl.lMa.  F. a Bailey also  and 9*ard1a������  Koure  "    Willow Saloon.,  JES3E   PEARCE, PROPPJET0;  Ckntukviixk, II C.  Miy I, iiM. . ������������������-  ""Contreville House,;  WILLIAM MICHAEL, PEOFBU  .May i; J8CB.  CKKTfitEVILLB, B. C.  ELDGEABO.SAXP  WILLIAM   STIRLING,  Fashion Saloon,  ���������   ER   &   B A a K '  HAU! 0BE3SINO ^^HAJINO  fvm  i.flijded t-o.  May a. 2S������S-


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