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 voi; 4.  Barkerville/ Williams Creek, B; C., Thursday, May 23,  1867.  No;6v  AUSTRALIA.  Murder op Four Detectives by Bush-  rangers.��������� Late files of New South Wales  (Australia) papers, contain an account of the  murder of;four detective police officers���������  named Carroll, Kenuagh, Phegan and Mc-  fionald���������by a party of bushrangers, known  as Clarke's gang. The detectives were hunting for.thei highwaymen, aud stayed atJinden  station over night. On the folio\virigH morning, they started put on foot. About four  o'clock on the same evening, a volley was  heard,and about an hour afterwards, a few  shots. Next day the stockmen came ori the  bodies of Phegan and McDonald, and the Bal-  lalaba police, while tracking the bushrangers,  found the other two bodies. It was open  country-where the murders were committed.  From the position of the bodies, the party are  supposed to ��������� have been walking together,  when a volley was fired from behind two large  THE WILL  AND FUNERAL  ���������MIJS  WARD.  OF   ARTE-.  fell'together. A rifle bullet entered Phegan's  right side, arid this wound not being fatal, a  revolver shot was fired into bis left side, the  ball.passing through; -A rifle bullet entered  MeponalcFs thigh, cutting, the femoral artery,  and he bled to death immediately. The  bofliesof Carroll arid Kennagh were found together, half a mile distant from the others.  It is conjectured that-they.escaped the first  volley, and ran for cover, were followed,  called oa to ; surrender, .told to prep are for  death, and then deliberately shot.- A rifle  bullet passed through .Carroll's heart. His  -clothing was singed. . A rifle .bullet passed  through Ken nagh's neck and left lung. Car-  ,roll was found lying on his back, with his  ''handkerchief across his breast, and a ������1 note  pinned, to it. One. had ������14, and the other  ������16 in his pocket untouched. ��������� Three revolvers were. found near Phegan. They would  seem not to have.bad1 one.' moment's warning,  before' the volley was fired/ An inquiry is  going oh. A woman, at a hut half a mile distant, saw three men galloping away from tho  ���������direoticu where the bodies lay after the shots.  The bo di es were* in ani ad van cod rs ta to t op d pr  composition, and their removal to Braidvypbd  was utterly impossible. They were interred  ���������at' Jinden. Government offered ������5,000 for  ���������the arrest of the murderers. On the following  day, the gang attacked the Braidwood gold  escort, but were driven off after an exchange  of shots.  The following; is. the will: To the children  of Mr. Kingston, (bis agent) two in number,  he leaves each $500. To bis mother'��������� he;  leaves" a life interest in the whole of his  real, estate, the value of which is: at least  $25,000, and at her death; it passes into the  hands of Horace Greeley, as trustee, for the  purpose of founding an asylum for decayed  printers.        fifi        . ..,       ��������� "���������-       ���������-"���������-. ���������' ':"������������������  His library is to be competed for by the  boys who are at present receiving their education at the school iu which Mr. Brown was  educated.  The rest ot his personality is devoted tp the  object of providing for the education, of  George Stevens, an intelligent youth of fourteen, who has been his constant attendant and  The will  companion tor the last two years.  provides for his apprenticeship for two years  trees'!: tdS<rttr<?l^^  A SHARP LUNATIC.  w  wm  B  PS  ���������  11111  BUB  -.JSBB  mm  In Colney-Hatch Asylum, is a male patient,  who, many years ago, was one of the most  active of the. Bow-street officers.   He took a  leading part in the arrest of the Cato-street  conspirators, and was engaged in unravelling  the mysteries of the Cumber well-road murder,  for which Greenacre was y subsequently exe-  .cuted.   This man is p erfectljj ration al on m ost  ���������points, though subject to. soiiie'delusions.  He  cannot be alio wed to touch drink ; ��������� but - for  this he might be1 permitted to go at large. vOne  day he begged hard for. permission f to visit  the city, and an attendant was told off to accompany him:   The ypair: got tipsy ; hut the  ex-BoW"Street officer*- being tho steadier of the  two fitop&jhis keeper ihtpycu^  ��������� ��������� Kiba; tp: ��������� ^Wor^hjptstreet police ��������� '���������' stataoE^'"aB'S"  there had him lb eked upI on, a charge of b eing  drunk and incapable^ ; He represented to "the  police that he fwas one of the warders of the  asylum ;; that his .prisoiier was a p'atieiit who  had beeh .Sent out in his charge ;' and that,  notwithstanding the utmost vigilance on his  part, the young man had succeeded in getting  intoxicated".     Having imprisoned bis custodian , he forthwith returned to Co 1 ney-Hatch,  where he reported that to protect him- from  harm, he had been obliged to lock him up.  c o 11 ege fo r the p eri'ec tin g | of It is education;  Mr. Browh stated that his. object in wishing  George to first enter a. printing,;:office, was,  ���������.'that he might ascertain how little he knew,  and how important it was to learn:"  : His funeral took place at Kensal Green  cemetery on Saturday, the 9Xh of March. The  mournful procession started.; from : the residence of Mr. Millward.pne of his most cherished friends. The hearse; was drawn. by four  fme b lack ho rses. The fi rs t - carriage ; c ofe  tained Mr. Hingstoh, George Stevens A and  Mr. Croft. The second was occupied' by  the English pall-bearers���������Andrew Halliday  Cbas. Millward, Tom Hood, J.L;Toole'; the  ihird by the American pall-bearers~^-Major  Charles S. Dix, Mr.- Edward Curtis^ of New  York, Laurence Barrett, of New York,-A.  Chadbourne, .of California ; the fourth by-  London literary.friends. Tbe carriage ofjthe.  American Minister, occupied by the Secretary  of Legation, came next.; then the private  broughams of Messrs. Hailiday, Toole,-Jttood,  Pond, Soth'ern arid others--in all, twenty carriages. About-sixty members of the Savage  Clu b, of which Artemus had been elected��������� a  member, joined the procession at the entrance  of the cemetery, as did also the -principal  members of the literati of London, the leading actors, authors, etc.  The beautiful service of ihe Church of England was read by the Rector iu' a most impressive manner, and when he. came to. tlie  words " earth to earth, ashes to ashes, dust to  dust," the coffin gradually disappeared, by  machinery, into the catacombs below the  church. Ladies closed around the mouth of  the tomb, and showered beautiful flowers  upon tbe coffiu.  After the service had been concluded, Mr.  M. D. Conway, by special request of the  Savage Club, addressed the large assemblage.  ,. There must; haye been; at least, .2,000y persons in. the cemetery.arid a very large number  .of ladies^ fifi A fififi fifi": "s.-fifi. fifi. fifififi^ ������������������. .,- y; ��������� ���������������������������;. ;  The coffins are of; zinc, lead, and ^British  oak, and the plate has for.an inscription :   ,  . Charts F:;Brownk, fififi 'fi'-fi''fififi  .���������.-'"-".y'Aged 33 years: ;  Known to the world as  ���������'; ��������� ARTEMUS MitiRD.fi: <������������������- fi ,-��������� ��������� - -.v-fifififi, -  NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.  A. MePliersoii,  AND-  ::-//j#..^:B:l.X'E'Ri;V';;  A T e!.; HOI)GENS'   OLD   S.TA ND*  J Barkc^illc/lst;MayV;iS67;- * -V   y y-    ; / <1VV-  Dissolution of Partnership  THE PARTNERSHIP heretofore existing lie tween tho  under*igued \$ this day dissolved, by limitation.  All debts duo to tho Jat������ firm maybe paid to cither,  party, both being authorized to receipt lor collections  made, nnd all liabilities will b������ liqitlduteitby F  NflU*  FELDEK, who will pontlnuc the business at the old  ssutau.  Richfield, 1st May. 1867  P. NEUFELDEft,  J.. J. BRAMLEY.  1  npHE UNDERSIGNED itave commGnced in:the above  x business next door to Mundorlfg stables,; Barker  yille,; and soiicit a;share of public patronage.  CAST    IRON) STOVES  ::���������  V .      Always on hand..    y 'fififififi  NeW; Work  and Jol3bing  .. :, Done, at reasonable rates..  v /KS^Our Teams run ��������� regularly  between Vole and  Gari boo and all.orders in our Hue of business carefully  attended to.'.       .:'���������-.....'.'���������      '���������.'.. '.fifi  ���������'fifififi  .  1. ��������� ���������������������������:';������������������: "     E. PEAKSON''&. BROS.  FikRE REDUCED !  BARNARD'S STAGES WILL LEAVE YALE" EVERY  ^Vi th H.r II. Mails, ' E s press '���������. an ct Pass cng ers, for  Lytton, Clinton, Sodii Creek, Quesnellb'ana Barkerville^ wi th bra nches to S������vana's Ferry ������ ud. 1 ,illooet*..  r Barnard's Express carries Letters,- Treasure, Va..  luablos, and. Express Freight to Big Bend, -Cariboo  and .w'ay.xs.tatipns.'.:".-   ,   v   ���������' ,.     ",v   .  FSi'TO"i(5Bl":C  FARE TO BARKERVILLE,   -fifi  (Exclusive of Steamer's fare.)  $85  1-s .  EXPRESS!  E  <fi  A Large Pomt.���������The monster Cornish engine and pump, for the Chicago Water Works,  the only one of the kind in the country, has  been put up. and subjected to a trial.: It  raises the enormous quantity of one million  gallons of water per hour, which is far beyond the capacity of the reservoirs to retain  it, or the city's need. We are not told the  height to which this water is raised, or the  horse.power of the engine, one br the other of  which data are needed to form any proper  idea of the size and power of this "monster"  engine.���������M. & S. Press.  IIomb.���������The diet of the Arabian trib es in  Persia, is more frugal than that, of any other  o f the inb ab itatits of th at, ki a'gdo m. It eon -  sists chiefly of ..dates:--, Some years ago, a  woman b e io ngi ng to one o f the Arab trib es  settled at Ab.ushaker, had ��������� gone to England  BRITISH COLUMBIA  AND   VICTORIA   EXPRESS,  Connecting at Victoria with WELLS,  FARGO & CO.,  fur California. Oregon, the Atlantic States  . fifififi... ���������';���������' ������������������������������������'���������,yyand;Europe./;-; ���������;,.  yy-yyy-:. _.-.;-'.....,;  ASi> AT'yALE.AND:XlttOOET-'.ilrtTS^BARiirAiRij'fe  ::cariboo express,';.;.;..  For. Big Bend, Cariboo and the Northern Mines,.;  Conveying Treasure, Valuables, Letters, Packages and  '.,*: A -fi -������������������-.-   A'. Parcels;; .--.������������������     ,  1-s ,  NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.1  u  THe 'Cafibbo/ Setitmel,";  : ' ������������������    ���������;.. ������������������ifi-'-   ,:������������������   ���������...������������������'.       ..    :-���������:���������-,��������� -���������_..���������'/ -r.".  ��������� y    SEMI-^EEKLY; PAPEK'vv y':*  PUBLT3UBD : EvEltY.. MoxbXY.   AND   TUCKSDAY.  V:  '.- ;r; :���������'*:: ALI^N &;CO;:PuoPBiETOi^; ^v' ���������; 'fifi "fi fi  \ OFnpiE���������EiARKEliVILLE,"; Williams Cukek; ��������� Cakiboo; ;:- \  i ",..-;    '.���������':.. 'fifififi :-:fififififififi.a fififi-.- ������������������ fi-'-'.fififiy-fifi-A-'; :.:..-     :   fifififi t- .'���������].  ������������������ fiy fififi fiy SubspriptiQA ;j^_l' per. Week...; fifififi fi ���������:.:. >.  (including ct������st of'"delivery^) Payalilo  to tbo Cafiw.'"'������������������':  : WAKE-UP-iAKE  R e s t a' ii ra n,t; Ba k e r.y'j fi  fi-.-y.s, ..,T7-.ixD��������� '���������:.'���������'. ��������� ' :;  ; LUNCH   HOUSE-,, ;  ..."      ;. BARKERVILLE,        .   '*.  PATERSON. & GOOpSON^PkopmETORS., i  k^y}ttem&w^ .,  A: house for the season;; \tbe. propriotors: wish to In���������;  forha tlici r t'rion<i h and ihe' pii b J icygen era Py, tha t; th ey,  will spare no pains-tn=order to iricrittho patronage of.  all who give them a c;:ll.;'   fifififi .fiA' fififi'-fifi ;, :: fifififi:'-  ; * fififiifi fi. -A Meals at aii.hoursy  y     y'.'.i-. ;������������������)  FE#FOi������r)'S: SALOON,  *:        .'������������������-' - -barkerville; ������������������ ���������: fifififi  fi 'fifififi  M' H. ;PENFOLD' BEGS TO ..ANNOUNCE -TO II IS , j  iriends that bis new'BILLIARD. SALOON is ^now  open, where every attention will,be paid to thc.coihr.  "fort of. his. visiters, fi. '-'fifi' fifififi- :.   ..-fifififi: ,y'..;. ".ifi-.--  ;  THE BE^T-LiquORS^fc  That can be. ob tained ia: the mn rkei', '\rtll fiofil waysfifi Mo fi .  found at- the BAR. ������������������ ���������'���������'������������������'������������������ ��������� fifi'-'-. A-: :  V;: .'���������..> .;'���������:-'.' ���������' -V'-  .<.-.o'������������������* "���������-  With private entrance' -are attached to tho-Salponl fi].  BarkcryilleVlst Jlay, 1867. v   fi ";; v   .   v '* fiX*? ���������'  Ada ias ���������, F������ a re j ;&��������� ��������� fiQo'y  :'-    .'-���������-.���������-'      - -���������.   .     :���������:���������:,-.    ,t .-'.,.     ���������   .'...���������--..���������.  Havo just received a choice selection of  :...'.  CAST IRON GOOKING STOVES  ������������������ PLATE   AND   SHEET. IRON,  with various other articles in their line'of trade.  ;  jg^vAU Jobbing in tho Tin, Sheet Iron, Copper, and  Zinc trade attended to, and warranted to give satisfaction; 1 ���������  Qarifap^;^  .'   fifi : ^iY-y^fiy^'fiTBO^U^OK^istD^)-   ���������'''���������fifi fifi.   JAMES ANDERSON, Vice-President. :  -JOHN MaoLAREV; ��������� -v--,'-;)  DR. WV B; WILKINSON, > Directoks.  JOHN ADAIR,   '    ; ���������  ;  JOHN BOWRON,  Secretary & Librarian*.  We have often formed the wish���������and afterwards made a picture of it���������that we could be  present at all the reconciliations in the  world, because no love is so beautifulf or  moves us so deeply, as returning love.  with the children of a British resident of that \rpms INSTITUTION at present contains about 500  place.     When shes returned,  all  crowded '     ���������      r...  _    ,,,-  around her to hear the report of tbe country  she had visited. She described the roads, the  carriages, the bouses, the wealth and splendor  of the cities, and the highly cultivated state  of the country.: Her audience was full of  envy at the condition of English men, and  were on the point of retiring with that im<  presaleUj when the woman happened to add!  that the country she had visited only wanted  one thing to make it delightful. " What is  that V} was the inquiry. " It has not a date  tree in it," said she. " I never ceased to look  for one all the time I was there ; but looked  in vain.7' The sentiments of the Arabs who  listened to her, were in an instant changed by  tbe information. It was no longer envy, but  pity, which they felt for men who were compelled to live iu a country where there were  no date trees.  " Such is tho patriot's boast where'er we roam,  His first best country is his home."  jgarvAllow no one to put you off with any other  Coffee than Fell's best. To be had from all respectable dealers. ��������� : ���������  JL volumes of Choice Li tcrature,consistingbf Religious,  Scientific, Historicul, and Poetical works j and works of  Fiction.      v..v     '     .   "��������� ,���������   -'��������� ��������� ������������������:.  Worcester^ Largo Pictorial Dictionary, Urc's Diction  wry of the Arts, Manufactures and Mines, Lippenoott's  Pronouncing Gazetteer of the World; and Human:s Cyclopedia of Commerce will always be kept tit the room  tor reference.  The Reading Room will be found supplied with the  hlost English, Scottish, Canadian, American, and Colo-  uinl Papers and Magizincs.  TisRMij of SunscRirTiox���������$0 iwjr quarter, or $2 per  month. - Single volumes Loaned to non-subscribers at  SOcts. per voiume, with SI deposit.  Persons not subscribers visiting the Reading Room  find making use of the Books and Papers will bo charged 25 cts. for each visit.  jfj������*** The Boom will be open from 10 a.m.- till 10 p. m  JOHN BOWRON,    ,  1 , Secretrary and Librarian.. '  T. N.-HIBBEN-&-/CO.-  WILL.   FORWARD    PROMPTLY,    AT    MODERATE    TERMS,  English,   American,  .  French,   German,  :   AA   And other Newspapers and Periodicals.  SUBSCRIPTIOXS, ADDING POSTAGE, PAYABLE IN' ADVANCE  "i5tb May, 18G7. '.'-������������������ f'3m  THE "CARIBOO SENTINEL'  G   OFFICE.  ���������..���������-������������������ ���������0���������  Cards,  Bill Heads,  Circulars,  Posters and  Programmes for Balls and Theatrical  Entertainments,  Executed with Neatness aud Dispatch at I his Office,  X&* Tft rms Mo ii e ra t o ��������� *tE9l  QXJESNELMOUTH ADVERTISEMENTS.  ;^:y:-' .'NOTICE,  fififiA firT H E   s T ..E A jE B R  myT E B P B I,S'"-E  "WILL RUN AS FOLLOWS:  /LEAVES   QUESNELMCUTH  '..      ��������� ON ���������  Tliiirsdays and Sundays,  ' AT SIX O'CLOCK, A. M.f   yfi 'fi  LEAVES   SODA   CREEK  Tuesdays a nd E r i da y s,  AT FOUR O'CLOCK, A. M.  Quesnel mouth, May 2nd ,1867. 1  OCCIDENTAL   HOTEL,  .-,. QUESNELMOUTH,  BROWN & GILLIS, Phopiuetous.  Good Boels; Restanvan t-; Bi 11 iard Tab 1 e, &c  Stabling for Horses, Hay and Oa is.        s  COLONIAL RESTAURANT,  QUESNJSLJIOUTII,  P. h. JOHNSON, pR6pjinrrp.it,  Meals at'f^l hours, and Cooking of the beat  description, a fifi  6  fifififi-  GROUSE CREEK FLUME COMPANY.  / THURSDAY,; MAY 23, 1867..  fifi'-fifi- .Agents for tho "Cariboo Sentinel, fi  v ;Q rouse. Creole, .fififi - - - y '���������'-. /'-. ���������- -'��������� A. McWha  "������������������; "Qiiosnclmoathj '." Mr. Goudio, Barnard's Express Office  fi \fi -Yn\fsr:-   ���������- -fifififi Mr: Evans,       do Ut) .���������'."  T.uiftoM     '���������-'���������".;.j?. \\TfiFoster,       do ' do  ;tor.     -  ���������'������������������'-���������������������������     -    ��������� ���������    Clarksou & Co  : We -have perused two long, articles,;one  in the: British  Columbian, and another . in  IAllboft.fi.'.''.-".: V.. W. Foster,      tto  .   New Westminster, . fififififi'-' yfi--   ' ���������   ��������� Clarfcsc  "������������������������������������.' 'fii ���������-��������� .   -,-.      -fi -fiyfi-'      ������������������' ���������' Afi- f E. MnlU  Victim,      ,_���������.-_. ,....,_.   ,;:{.A,j^lc  > .     "Big Bendy -. / /���������   ' .-.-'������'��������� Jas. Bullock, Frenol  ���������...-;:/������������������ -Van-Wiuklc,'      ' ���������-��������� ������������������' -fi% y���������''.���������-.. v-.V-S/E  Mallandaine  ic. '���������'���������-  rich Creole  ii wards  TO CORRESPONDENTS.  ....  his.good 'faith  .  ���������   ''TO ADVE11TISEKS.:-  The ^Cariboo Sentinel"Is published every..Monday  '���������fifit,-: 'and Thursday.   Advertisements intended for insertion  must be delivered at latest at 6 o'clock, p. iu.; the day  v before publ Ication. 'fifi. fififi: fi-       fifi. fi '.".,.  4������r AU Advertisements (not inserted for any definite  .period).will- he continued until Ordered out ana charged  ������������������ior accordingly..  Two  world  THE DOMINION; OFy CANADA, fifiy  5 nations have each in turn girdled th e  ; with .''possessions'/' on which ��������� the' sun  the British Colonist nnd Chronicle, detailing  the history of the origin and progress of  the Grouse Creek Bed  Rock Flume   company,   aiid -the   ultimate  disposal   of.part  of  the .ground- ..claimed'-: by    the. charter  of that company/wherein the government is  justified, on the one band for its action in the  matter, and:the company- are extolled ou the  o ther, for thei r; in agh an imi ty i n sun-en d er j ng  so much of their -Valuable''ground.'  Not being  qui to; p repared to endorse th e . whol e.. o f the  inferences an d. co n el iisions arri ved at by our  co temporaries on this'subject, we would certainly enter into the discussion at once, were  ���������we not   restrained  by a feeling of;-justice,  towards the parties concerned in the dispute  which has lately arisen respecting a portion  of the ground iu question, until after the appeal which is now-pending in the'Supreme  Court, is disposed of.   It is for this reason  alone, that we stand aloof from any discussion that .might prejudice the case ; and we  feel certain that bad our co temporaries been  aware of the existence of the pending suit,  .they would have been more careful in prejudging the case., before the facts pro and con  had been elicited.  Canada.���������A  deputation  from   the  Free  Church of Scotland is expected to visit Canada, as delegates to tlie old school Presbyterian Assembly of the United States, and to  Canada Presbyterian synods.   The deputation is to consist of Dr. Guthrie and Dr. Fair--  bair.���������The Star, in an article having what we  may call a semi-official character, says that  Ottawa is to be the.capital of the new confederation, but that the Queen's-- prerogative is  preserved, and that it is probable a more central point will have to be chosen.���������A/'dispute  arose in Perth, county of Lanark, between  two brothers, Captain J. McG. Chambers, and  Dr.-Chambers, in which the captain called his  brother a liar, whereupon the latter drew a  'revolver, and, shot the captain, through the  breast, indicting a dangerous, "and probably  fatal wound.,- The Doctor has boon arrested;  ���������Mr. Geo. Brown has taken a farewell of his  constituents in  South .Oxford, and has announced his intention' to retire from parliamentary, though- not from public life.  NEW ADVERTISE*  .-���������.-. GEBEEAL MERCHANDIZE!  ; .  To be sold before tho arrival of the Pack Trains; to  make room for new stock.  25,000 lbs. of MERCHANDIZE !!  Miners, Merchants, and Restaurant Keepers!  take a chance. .   ���������  NO   HUMBUG! GOOD  FRESH   BUTTER  @ $1.25 per Jb.  !��������� ���������    L.  Richfield, 1st May, 1867.  M0UTTET & CO.  1-s  u possessions  '-,. whole: continents^from sea-girt isles in every  occan���������from/ the natural porta Is' o I com merce  , ������������������ 'JfcSpain, i ri niaking a last eflbr.t tb subjugate. oue  ... y  fii of;--the last' of fifiber dependencies,  witb ���������'. her  [.;���������'':��������� fiiu ruling passions trong; in death," i ri tends returning to the scene of her former g1  fi Afi.fi 1 east the ra ost successftil;yet kn o wn to the  ' history of nations^^;:arid;'no:: greater ..proof of  fifi this is needed than the united- request; of four  '������������������-;-;;- millions of-her colonists; asking, not for inde-  v p e ndcp ce, b tit for a cl oser. co n nee ti on. wi th  hi-fi'" the,empire'pt.forty colonies, yBy ari Imperial  ���������fi Act: of the British.- Parliament; - th e ! Pro v irises  '���������'-. of Ontario ^Quebec,"Sew Brunswick and Nova  .   Scothv, have been,'at their own request-, united  ;'; under ���������; -one- federal. government, to be ''known  fi . .'as the "i'Dom iuion ;vof Canada."   Noyobjec-  ; tions were e ver .made, 'ei ther.:..i ri. Bri tain or. in  *'   the colonies ��������� to the1 passing '-of: this Act, ox cep t  on   constitutional grounds. 'Joseph  Howe,  and his followers  in the Lower; Provinces,  fifi-. A were more in favor of making British' America a part of the British nation, with a representation in the British Parliament; while the  o p p oe ition iu the, Cauadas would have pre-  i. fo.rred a Iegislative to a federal union, but all  parties were agreed as to the urgent necessity  of strengthening the bonds between the colonies and -the mother country. There is further  provision in this Act for. the admission into  the uuion of those parts  of British   America  not included in the four united Provinces.  These parts are divided into two classes, those  possessions that have legislatures, and those  that.have none ; to the former belong Prince  Edward Island, Newfoundland arid British  Columbia, and to the latter, Prince Rupert  . 7-iari d and the No r th Wes t Terr i to ry. 'Fro rn  latest advices we learn that immediately after  the  first general elections, Prince  Edward  Island and Newfound land will apply* for admission into the Union, and the legislature of  British,tGolumb ia"fiat its last sitting, expressed  ......  Aheirdesire ft)ran vea.rlyvadmissionrand iiotb-;  iug further i& ^fiuire^excepttt'mutual  me nt betweqn bur; l^gisjaturp and :the govern-  m en fc of Canada,. to' adriij t tli is colon y into th e  1' Do m in ion 'J1, an il:. as -nips fc 6 f tb e ' di AS oul ties  already pvercorrie by the promoters of this  g re a t sch e me ar ose p ii fc o f the question: of -fiih e  pub lie deb ts of y th e'y'resp cctive co 1 onies, th e  conditions : under which this co toiiy is to be  ad m i fcted: i ntp : th e u nio n, will ��������� b e co m e mo re  difficult .every.year, on account of the rapid  rate at which-our public, debt is increasing,  ^Considering: therefore,; tliat we can ob tain an  easier admission now than at any future time,  and will also; in all probability,  receive a  more efficient and liberal, as well as a riiuch  1 ess' exp e nsi ve go ver n m en t, n o ti in e sho n 1 d b e  '���������-1 ost by o u r leg isi ature i n a rrangi ng the p re-  liaiinaries for admission: into the " Dominion  of Canada.''  Tins Daxck koii Life.���������The British Columbian give's the following incident" as :related  ^'SWixlK^reTTmitiy^aTrrv^  the  captured  and brought into camp, five "Htirdies V ififi. e.  German . dancing girls,) whose lives were  spared in order that the old chief might witness their artistic performances/ As the  daughter'of '. Herodias danced before her  royai: uncle, andypleased;-. bim,"sp., did these  poor captives dance before the hoary-headed  monarch of the Blackfeet,and not only pleased-  hint-but so wrought upon his superstitious  feelings.; that .they were, treated afterwards  with a kindness and respect amounting almost  to veneration-' Carefully guarded and waited  upon, they spent, their days iii- sewing and  chatting at the foot of some shady old oak  tree, watching the warriors cleaning ��������� and repairing their arms, the women tanning deer  skins and the papooses' ducking and diving  in the clear limpid, stream that flows past the  campy But as.night approaches and'the. dew  settles'on the stream, thick.as fog. .the- scraping of" cat-gut'* is heard; and wearily they  retrace their steps to perform the nightly, toil  of u dancing for life,".. Will these poor girls  ever regain their liberty, or will they live shut  out from the world until civilization by them  be forgotten ? is a question which time alone  can answer. /The old mountaineer seemed to  think that, the time would come when the  1 onging for freedom wou 1 d pass away ; when  they could call the prairie their country, the  buffaloe-hide tent their home, and look upon  the.dusky Indians as their people.  j^ Who buys Fells Coffee ? Why every'  one who knows Vhat good Coffee should be 1  (See you get it.)  NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.  PARIS   AND    LONDON    HOTEL  AND RESTAURANT,  RICHFIELD.    :  -...  The undersigned have refitted this well known house  which Is now open for tho accomodation of tho  public.       ���������-. ....  The Bar will be supplied  with  the host brands of  LIQUORS and CIGA'IW.  XBr" Meals and Beds furnished at all hours.  8!  if  UST ARRIVING, IN. PRIME  ORDER,   AND  FOR  sale at reasonable prices: ���������  ��������� GRpCEKIES,. KTC., KTC.  Sugar cured Hams and.Bacon, Eastern Butter, California fresh ditto in Rolls, Dried Poaches, Old-Rich  Cheese, now Lard, Olive Oil, Pickles, Worcester Sauce,  Yeast Powders, Raisins and Currants, Price's Candles,  Hudson JJiiy. Tea, Wilson & Murray's Coffee, in tins,  CohI Oil, Macaroni and Vermicelli, Oysters, choice  Tobacco, etc., etc. ".fififififi  PliX GOODS, ETC., ETC.  Dal tic Sii I itsy Worki ng" di tto:���������In ni p er ditto, Duck  Pants, Moleskin ditto, Cord ditto, Cassimere ditto,  Cassimere Hats, Fur ditto, Woollen Socles, Merino do.,  Suspenders, Turkish Towels, Paper Collars, Neckties,  Rubber Boots, ditto Coats, Undershirts and Drawers in  great.variety, also Coats,'etc., etc.  Thankful for past favors, we respectfully solicit the  patronage of one and nil. Onr stock this season will be  much larger, and more varied than anv former vear.  ��������� J..H. TODD'S CO.  Barkerville, "May IS, 1867. . lm  Richflehl. 1st May, 1867.  O. FONTAINE.  FELIX POUCHOT.  Proprietors.  &  c  HERTLEI  BREWERS,  BARKERVILLE.  ���������J  HAVE   ALWAYS  OK HAND   A GOOD   STOCK OF  Beer, Liquors and Cigars. -  They would invite their friends to give them.a call  .  4th Mav,1867. d  OPPENIIEIMER'fifik CO.,  \T 1-4   fifi I  iyj.; }H  W II OLE SAL  E  AND ���������  ILL BE.OPENED TO-DAY. WHEN* PIES, CAKES  Colfec. etc., ihiv be had nt nil hours,  ��������� On and after the FIRST JUNE next, a  LUNC H  HOUSE will be opened, in connection with the above  establishment, when CHOPS, STEAKS, etc., will be  served at the shortest notice  .  ;"   J^������ Bread  19th May, 1S67.  -21b. loaf, 50 Cents. "Sfi    -  JACOB MILLER.  OTIC E.  MR. HENRY SHIRLEY BLUNT. HAS BEEN Appointed AGENT, lor this Bin k ril Barkerville, ia  place of Mr. Robert Greig, who has lnft the Bank's  service. v'*'v' Wm. C. WARD,  ;������������������'..; ilunagcr.  Victoria, April 25th, 1807. Mm  E. STEPHENS,  .  CIVIL ENGINEER AND SURVEYOR;  A Thrilling Scene.���������It was ou a dark, tem-  pestifuous night', a thick murky gloom obscured the   blazing moon, the wind in-fitful  soothing gusts howled desolately through the  leafless forest branches.    JI ost fitting time  for deeds of horror;  awfully sounded  the  village clock tolling, in long peals, the hour  of one.   At that awful time the black shadow  of Nero, like a coal-hod, got before the blazing moon ; a wild, murderous looking wretch  with flaming eyes, that would eclipse the sun  itself, stole forth from the dismal woods.   His  beard was long and rough, his hair matted  and uncombed, in graceful  ringlets floated  round his shoulders.   Savagely gleamed, his  bioodshofc eyes^ #s tyi th ������������������ s teal thy s tep. he apr:  proached;O'thby .spot; whereA bis unconscious^  vi e ti m si ep fc i u seemi h'g soundness yfi The: mur -  dering recreant ,smi 1 ed:a',.savage: grin as lie  heard the short fitful breathings of that wMoli  he had flxed his venoiii ��������� and.'-:'passion? against,  to slay. In tbat moment hc raised his axe, and  oh, fearful to behold ! with one blow -it sank  deep ly into, th e skull of the... may h aps dreaming sleeper')��������� but too late, death bad come in  another form and robbed the murderer pf  his victim���������the old Hog was already dead.  F. V,  ctioneer  Collector,  ���������-AM) ���������  MINING     AGENT.  Goods sold on Commission.  Salesroom, Barkerville.  Office,  KichQeld.���������  5-s  JAvING  TAKEV   AN   OFFICE   IV   RICHFIELD,  X Williams Creek, is prepared to execute Surveys,  Plans, levels, Sections. &������.,  &c, coniiriittod  to hi.s  charge, with care, despatch, and on REASONABLE  TERMS.  3 J6S5* Ofli'ce, centre of Richfield, -y^  NOTICE,  rpiIE UNDERSIGNED HAVING CLOSED niS BUS-  .1. in ess, hereby intimates that all outstanding ac-  coiints due to him must be settled within one month  from this date, otherwise they'wilt be put into Court  for collection. JACOB VELTB.  Barkerville, 11th May, 1807. 3-lm  S THE UNDERSIGNED INTENDS TO CLOSE HIS  business on the first of June, 1867, he requests all  persons indebted to himto call and settle their billsou  or before that date, otherwise he will put them into  the bauds of a collector. Any one having bills against  him arc requested to present the same for payment.  J. DIXON,  barkerville, Williams Creek, )  loth May, 1807. \ 4-lm  0.  ST'ROTJSS,  !S,M1EB  DEALBH IN  Chinese Tax Collector.���������We understand  "Mr. Gri J. Jeuuings lias been appointed collec-  Vtpr of Chinese licenses on all the outlaying  -c reeks. We' are certain from th e in ti mate k no w-  iedge Mr. Jennings possesses of the Chinese  <ih aracter. he will p ro ve to b e a very efficient  -officer for the duty and will doubtless bo able  to add considerable-to the revenue from this  source.  fi&*lf you want good Coffee use Foil's.  A Dowx East Yankee seeing an all igato r  for tlie lii'st time, on the Mississippi, with his  mouth open, exclaimed, " Waj. be ain't what  ycou may call a hansura critter, but he's got  a deal of openness when he smiles.?'  An Onto editor refused to speak to the  toast " woman,57 on the grouiul that she was  able to speak for herself, and any man who  undertook to do it for her would get into  trouble.  In Hartford the other day, a young man-  for bugging and kissing a couple of "young  girls, after they bad told him ic was against  their principles, was fined at the police court  twenty-two dollars and thirty-two cents.  An Irishman describing a .toad, said it was  a queer bird ; when it stoodup.it was no  taller thatt when it sat down, and when it  flew, it went with a dtvil of a jolt.  --;     ETC.? ETC.,  BARKERVILLE^  August: Staimpelil,  RESTAURANT !  GRAND   BALL   24tu   MAY,  1867.  BARKERVILLE.  A large assortment of Boots and Shoes always on  hand.-   v    ' ; ��������� 1        ;  W.. Winnard,  BLACKSMITH,  B. AND MRS; KELLY TAKE PLEASURE dN.  informing their friends and patrons that they will  open the above establishment by a G&AND BALL and  SUPPER, on tho evening:i; of FRIDAY. 'thS* :24tli-? iiist;,:;  to which they would respectfully Invite the public  patronage, as no pains will be spared in making this  one of the BEST ENTERTAINMENTS pf the season.  Tickets���������Price $5 ; can be obtained of Mrs. Tracey,  Grouse Creel:, and W. Allan, Camcronton. fi  10th May, 1867. ' fi.     3y.  Carrier and Expressman,  Between Klchficld, Barkerville and Camcronton.  BARKERVILLE.  POUND.  TUB   WAGGON  ROAD,   BELOW   LAKE   LA  \J Hacho,-a note drawn by Durrald McLean, in favor  ol John Shaw,- for $50, dated Oth May, 1863.    The  owner may. havo the same by applying at this office  1st May, 1807.       .     .  LOST.'   ....'.-.  N THE ROAD BETWEEN THE BLUE TENT AND  Lake La Hacho,  on or about 20th March  last, a  PERSONS HAVING GOODS OR PARCELS TO CON'  I veyto either of these towns, should give him a  call ; he is always to be found on his beat. .  Ho also keeps, in connection with the above busi*  mm, a LIVERY STAHLK at Richfield, where horses  can bo hired by the day or week, and all kinds of feed  ���������s sold at reasonable prices, 4-lm  The public are hereby can tinned against noEOtiatlnw  said notes. ~ ���������'    ������  Bine Tent, 17-Ui April, 1SG7. j,m   "  PERTAIN. MALICIOUS PERSONS HAVING CIRCU-  \J lated reports to the effect that some flaw existed in .  my title to the property known as tho CARIBOO EXCHANGE, situated in Barkerville, Williams Creek, 1  wish by this means to give a most emphatic denial to'  any such, statements, and to warn the puhlic against  being misled on the subject.  I am at all times prepared to show my title deeds to  any person desiring.information In respect to mypr������'  perty, which is, beyond the remotest question, wholly  and on tirely my own. ELIZA ORD.  14th Ui\\\ 1867. - 4-1 in.  wm  vg|  c  WS <IItc  |^S wor  III ������nti THURSDAY, MAY 23, 1867.  3,  Sxow Shoe'Creek.���������We have just seen Mr.  Michaels, who has wintered on tins creek, and  he informs us that the company to which he  belongs, commenced washing about two  weeks ago, and are making from $10 to $15 a  day to the hand..-...'The pay is found by washing from five to six feet of the surface gravel.  The bed rock has never-been reached, although many attempts have been made fo  sink shafts, owing to the great quantity of  water and large boulders- that are to be met  with. His claim is located about half a mile  above the mouth of the creelc; for five miles  above this point, no gold had ever been discovered in the creek, until last fall, when a  company prospected the bank, and ��������� found  good prospects at.a depth of twenty feet.  Tbey are now preparing to work the ground  by means of a hydraulic. It is believed that  there are good paying diggings'for several  miles along the banks of this'creek. There  are about fifteen men now at work on the  creek. If this statement is correct, and we  have every reason to believe in the veracity  of'our informant, these diggings are well  worthy of a trial by men possessing but small  means, as the expense of opening a claim  there can only be but trilling. ���������'    " .  A Canard.���������Last "Wednesday afternoon, a  rumor was circulated to Ihe effect that a telegram" liad jnsT'Feen" recolvH^y'sdme' one7  conveying the startling intelligence that war  had been declared between France and.Pius:  sia, and that active hostilities had commenced.  Prance was reported to have scru: out three  divisions of her army, which was marching  straight for Berlin, headed by tbe. Emperor  Napoleon in person, and that several skirmishes had taken place between.the belligerent forces, in which the needle guns of the  emperor had done severe .havock. On enquiry  however, it was discovered to be only the idle  fabrication of some  sanguinary  individual.  So minute was the story given in all its details, that for a time many wcre; inclined to  give it credence.  Queen's BruTUDAv.���������When, we hear of the  Vjctouia Items.���������No little: excitement ex-1.  ists at Nanaimo, among the coal minors, on  account of the introduction of Chine*- labor;  TELEGRAPHIC.  by the company.���������The ship. Asiarte- had arrived in 135 days from Aden, in the Ued Sea.  She takes a cargo of spars from Burrard Inlet  to St. Nazaire, for the French government,���������  Among the otiier sports on the. Queen's birth-  d ay, th ere is to. be a race be tw oen th e p ub 1 i-  ;Cans of ,Victoria.���������The dai 1 y fifiout-piit sit thc  coal pitfNahaimo,:averages. 130 tons.���������The  Custom House and Post Office are to be re-  moved*a-to the buildings belonging to .the  ���������colony, on Government street, now leased-by  Messrs. Franklin.���������Petersen, the first lighthouse keeper .at Race Rocks, has been removed to Victoria,.in consequence of severe  sickness ; there, is. only one fi man now in  irge.���������The members of .tho Victoria and V  I. Lodges of F. A. Masons, were about to proceed to Nanaimo, to be present at the opening  of the new ;lodge: at,that place.���������The New  Westminster cricket club have challenged the  Victoria'club to! play a match on tbe grounds  of "the former, sit New Westminster.���������it is reported that ex-Chief Justice Cameron will be  offered a seat on the Supreme Court Bench, in  the eve lit of a yacanoy, at a salary of"������S00 'a  year.���������A ball is to come off at Government  buildings. James Bay, on the evening of the  Queen's. birthday.���������The . II. B. CoV's bark  Giaramara nutde the trip to San Francisco  with a heavy cargo-of coal, in 7 days.���������Dr.  Compton delivered a lecture at the theatre  on; .the subject;of the Causes that lead  to Divorce, etc.���������The commission appoint-  ed to enquire into the bherflrs sales of  real estate for. taxes has been si Ming.���������A  fire occu rred in an upper room o f Mr. Mc-  Crecly's bouse in view street, the "only damage done was the burnmj? of a door 'and the  go-  extensive preparations iu the shape of regattas, horse races, and pleasure excursions that  ���������^ fire being made by our fellow colonists on the  Jffj| sea board, in which our American neighbors  liii ure a^oufc to Participate, we are surprised that  WmM ^o movement has :yet been made hero for  fifififiwt celebrating the day in a becoming manner.  mmm Of course we do not aspire lo horse racing,  IKBl   ^u^ cou^ ^^ ll0t get up a foot race or somo-  IfifiifiS tbing of that sort, by way of a little amusement? We are sure there arc many who  would not begrudge a small subscription in  order to make up a purse lo be thus run for.  Auction Sale.���������Mr. F. V. Lee held au auction sale at Barkerville, on Tuesday last,  of job lots of merchandize, etc., which  brought the following prices :���������hand saws.  $2 25 ca. ; axes, $1 50 ea.; sluice forks,  $2 75 ea. ; shovels, .$2 75 ea. i clout nails,  75 cts. per lb. ; spike nails, 20 cts. per lb. :  gold scales. 64 oz., $11 50 ea.; gold scales,  32 oz., $9 50 ca.; manilla rope, 39 cts. per  lb. : linseed oil, $2 per gallon : under  and  Mil  m  m  m  s  II  ii  m  m  B  Hllli  Bill  Hi  over shirts, $2 25 @ $2 50 ea. : a few boxes  candles, 65 @ 70 cts. per lb. ; wax matches.  SI 50 per doz.; 3 cases champagne, (pints)  $18 per case.  Revenue.���������During the present week, tlie  general revenue receipts have been unusually  large,'as compared .witli the. receipts of. the  same period 1 ast year. The amotint paid ih to  the Recorder's Office,.from all sources, was on  21stMay. 1866, ,$340 00.  22nd   *v    "���������     182 00  ,20tli'May} 1S67, $599 50 .  21st , f-������    .: "     511 oo;,  Total;  1  Wjii;-^ 'fifififi"~fifi"$&Mfi.,fi  thus showing ah increase of - A  $   5SS.50/  Wm  m  BR  WSm  ���������  W  . in favor of the first two days of this season,  as compared Svith the same periodlastseason.  Lucrative Situation, Vkuy.���������Iii the British  Colonist we observe an advertisement for a  resident matron for the Female Infirmary;  the remuneration held out is coals and candles  and $25 a month, but when there are no patients in the hospital only coals and candles  are allowed. We wonder how long the fair  incumbent could manage lo keep body and  soul together on coal and candles V  FoupkrruRB op Bed Rock Flume Ci 1'AittE rs.  ���������A. notice has been issued by the Gold Cora-  missioner,declaring the charters of the Begg's  Gulch and Antler Creek bed rock flume companies to be forfeited, in. consequence of the  non-fulfilment of the conditions thereof, by  the respective companies, so that the ground  formerly held by theni is now open for preemption.  /Claims laid Over.���������The Gold Commissioner notifies all companies on this creek,  depending on a supply of water from the  ditch of the Williams creek Hume company for  working their claims, that tlicy are laid over  until sufficient water'can be had.  a aoor  partial* destruction of a rtrunk and chair.--  Smith aiid Reese; accused of stealing a cow  and calf from Hutchinson were discharged  at the Police Court there being no evidence  to shew-that the: animals were, unlawfully.  appropriated- by them.���������Dr. A. Yule of H. :M.  S. Shearwater, delivered.a lecture on the burn an skin, at the Mechanics' Institute.���������The  Nanaimoites intend making an excursion to  New Wes tm i us ter o n 2 4th, and h a ve c liar tore d  the Enterprise for that purpose.���������Laumeister  & Gowan art- building a wharf from their  grist mill to deep water in tlie harbor.  Prospectors.���������Messrs. Perrin, North. Hilton  Wright and Linn ing, who have been out 40 days  on a prospecting tour, returned oil Thursday  They have but little information to communicate, however, regarding either the country  through which-, they  passed, or the success  that attended their attempts at prospecting.  ���������It appears the direction they took was much  the same as that taken by the other party, of  whom we   made mention on Monday last.  They fully concur in the opinion expressed  by that party as to the favorable appearance  of the country as a gold bearing one.   The  most of the creeks they visited were very  wide, in some instances extending for a distance of three or four miles, and to all appearance   very   deep,    and    consequently  expensive and difficult to prospect   Several  of these creeks contained gold in small quantities, in the surface gravel, and it was their  opinion that for a depth of from four to five  feet from the surface, small wages, say from  S3 to 54 a day might be made ; bf course,  they can say nothing about the bed rock, as  they did not in any case, succeed in reaching  it with a shaft, but in places where high spurs  of rock were found cropping, they often got a  prospect.   These men, who are all old miners  feel.a delicacy in volunteering any statement  that might induce the public to for in.: hasty  conclusions on the matter;   They are very  we 11 .satisfied-. wi th the looks o f;; the. coiin try,  and that is about all they cart/say; of ifc.as yet  Sugar'.CKEEK.-rThe Discovery * Qp-fi which  we lately reported' as having struck: liill diggings, have not been, doing so well ;p tbey  exp ec ie d. They .cleaned up ��������� the o ther clay do z.  the 'British CulumlilaH.1)  London, May 3, (evening)���������The  vernment was defeated on a division in the  House of Commons, on the reform bill.  Prussia and Hesse have formed a treaty of  alliance.        '   '      ,    fififi-"fififififi fi fifi;.  May 4th, (ev eni ng) .���������An am en d men t to the  reform bill was.-carried by: the liberals,:and  accepted by the government. The ministry  have decided not to interfere with the reform  meeting on Monday, the 6th, btit.special constables are sworn in. ".fi..fi-  ��������� May 5th.���������The Prussian press complains  that France is continuing military preparations  . Italy and Belgium, in addition to ..the powers previously noticed, will be represented at  the peace conference.  Paris, May' 4th.���������The minister. of - foreign  .affairs stated to the Corps Legislaliif that'the  basis agreed upon for the peace conference,,  assures the peace of Europe.  Berlin, May 4th.���������Bismarck has announced  that the Diet approves the new. constitution.  London, May 6th.���������The rebellion in China  is reported to be spreading. Nankin is  threatened.  ;.,:  The Derby government has ceased to offer  opposition to the reform demonstration here;  The reform meeting in Hyde Park was  peaceful. Thero were no riotous proceedings.  After listening to short speeches, the crowd  dispersed in an orderly and quiet manner; '.  May 7th.���������A  dispatch from Dublin  say's  found guilty.   ;":.,"���������    'yfi [fifi  Dublin, May 7.���������Donnelly, a Fenian, has  been convicted of treason. Clark was acquitted.  May 7th.���������The Gladstone letter resigning  the leadership of the liberals, says, he; will  not move the amendment of which, they had  given notice, but will support any other gentlemen- bringing '���������; forward an: amendment  which lie. can approve. . A'-."'-  The resumption of the Fenian trials in Dublin created little excitement.  A monster demonstration took place at  Birmingham, on April the 22nd, from 50,000  to .100,000 persons' participated. Bright,-in  his speech denounced the government reform  bill-as a measure tending to restrict, rather  than to extend the franchise, and expressed  regret that the bill 'was not opposed on. its  second reading. He said that the liberals are  now helpless, but the radicals would, have  the bill called up, and rally around Gladstone, whom he highly eulogized. A resolution, denouncing the government measure,  was carried. On the following day, a similar  demonstration was held at Leeds.  Movements against'the reorganization of  the army of France continue.  New York. May 5th.���������Special dispatches to  the Herald received by cable gives advices  from Rio Janeiro' dated  April  Sth, that  the  Berlin. May SLh.���������Bismarck says the situation is more serious than ever.  The Paris correspondent of the Independent  says many hundred pieces of artillery have  been  sent to  Strasbourg.   Small gunboats /  have been sent by rail to unknown destinations, probably to1 the Rhine.  All the chiefs of the French army have  come to Paris for orders. '   '������������������''-fifififi .  .  It is r u in ored th at a Fre a ch fleet w il 11 cave  soon for the Baltic. .    . . ' ." ������������������"  ���������   it is said that the Emperor will take: com-,  mand of the army.  It is stated th c Turkisli exp ed itio n wi 11 make  i,  a stan d of Zepakay.; Nearly,, all the C re ta u a  are here.- fififi fififi fifififi  Nearly all the tailor shop  closed..; .  fifi 'fifi  It is believed: in diplomatic circles that.the  Duke DeGrammont brought from Paris; the  basis of a complete understanding between  .England and, France in the event of a war.  A letter.from Queen' Victoria, to the King  of Prussia insists that he shall spare Europe  from a war in which England would be compelled to be neutral. She disapproves the  claims of Prussia.  Portland, May 8th.���������The baric W. B. Scran-  ton "was wrecked on Columbia Riverlast Sunday; a cargo of 800 tons valued at $20,000,  and vessel valued at $25,000: cargo and  vessel a total, loss.  >s in Paris arc  SPECULATIVE  AND   DESCRIPTIVE.  It is claimed that the aborigines of America  came irom Asia across Behrfng s. Scrair$7utf<r  we see that in the twenty-five picked Sioux  and Chippewas to be sent to the Paris Exhi-    ���������  bitionit is; hoped that the wise :ineh of the  east will be enabled to'trace out from /their  physique, habits, language, etc., the truth or  talsity of this theory.. It is said .that history  repeats itself, and wc read iu m u sty. torn es.of.  Old World victors returning. from fields of  conquest  burdened with the rich, spoils.,of  victory;, of triumphal processions where the ���������  captives were chained to tho chariots; of  co nqiierors, and Ibe trpphies of., desolated  cities were borne aloft to give eclat and prestige to the returning heroes.   It is an obsolete ;  custom, never practiced by the. Anglo-Saxon.   .  of this continent, except to silver spoons and  gilt-edged family Bibles, and ' it .is ; only fair  to deduce from the episode which occurred  being alLtliat was procured, oiit of 7 sets or  timbers. * They wUl commence to breast out  a ud run up s tream, wh ere the - p ay is supposed  to be be (iter. The company adjoining them  below is preparing to sink a shah.  The Islander��������� This Sunday paper will  ap pear for the '< fu tu ve n nd or the auspices of  Mr. F. F. Davis, better known as ������ F. FfiDr  It made Us first appearance under Mr. Davis'  auspices on the 13th inst.       ".   '  Ball.���������-We would remind those of our readers who have a taste for tripping the "light  ta n tas ti ofi au d there many o f th em i n tli ese  parts, that Mr, and Mrs. Kellyrs Ball comes  ���������oif at Grouse Creek to-morrow evening.  Sale . of a Claim.���������The Wake-up-Jake  claim, on Williams creek, together with wheel  pump, sluices, etc., was sold on Tuesday, by  auction, uuder an execution, to Mr. Coombs,  for $100.,  The Borealis Co, washed up last Sunday  lof> ounces for three shifts, aud divided ..for  week ending at that date $250 to the interest.  The Fraser river is said to be swarming  with oolahans, a species of fish iu great favor  with the natives, as hyas closh muck-a-muck^  Emperor of Brazil has issued a decree for the  abolishment of slavery, to take effect in 20  years, the children born after 8th April 1S67  are free.  Washington, May 4th.���������Dispatches from the  commander of the Liberals in front bf Vera  Cruz dated April loth, to Minister Romero  communicated news of the victory gained by  Diaz over Marques on the 12th April at San  Cristobalt; he .captured 70 wagons of animation and entire train of artillery, 200 prisoners  and all the enemy's wounded.  New York,_May Oth.���������Dispatches from Ma-  tamoras dated 24th April, state that Jurez had  issued a decree abolishing all treaty stipulate ns with foreign. pewers recognizirig the.Em>  pire; and abolishing all;'privileges;heretofore  enjoyecl;by the subjects .of such power not cpn-  taiiiecl in the Constitution of;.J86Tl''.:. .:' ''fifififi.'  , New York, May 7tb.^The Cologne-Gazette.  says as Prnssiajias a, good " nderstanding with  the United". States as 'Well as Russia this eiitente  c ord iale b e tweoti Wash ing to n and S t. Peters- ;  burg in case of, a war iii.Europe may be more  b enelicial than defcrimental to. the cause of  Germany..' -������������������..-���������>:-,*-' -  Co-operative labor movements are progressing in this and other cities, twenty-five printers o p e n ed a co-op e r ative bo ok a nd j ob pri nt-  ing olfice to-day, another concern will soon  in our streets on Saturday, that the,traditions .;  and customs of the American red man reacli  back beyond the tide of ages.and the.swelling floods of the Pacific to; the wars of Xerxes  and the gathering'of the spoils by the people  of Jehoshaphafc in the valleys about Mouiit-  Seir. ��������� So much by the way of preface. Some-  two or three hundred Bannacks and Snakes  are camped near the city. Recently they  had a fight with Pen d'Orcilles orNez Perces,  i t is very immatcrial which, .and' 'slewed' -6f  their enemies eight valiant warriors, and raised the wigs of three, capturing a mule, a pair  bf tweezers, three brass rings and a tin kettle.  Home came the braves and great was the rejoicing. The old squaws smiled alioctionately  and the dusky maidens pressed their lovers  to'their haversacks. .The trophies were given  to them, and a procession organized, and  .throuffh the streets of Virginia, through its  open at Albany to take the State printing.  Chicago, May 7th,���������All disturbances in this  c i ty h ave been q uel led, c very th ing is qui e t.  Lo ii d o n, May 8���������-Th o Hera Id's special says  the, peace conference is held in. the same  room in Downing street, in which the Schl'es-  wig-Ho lstoi n co nferenc e was; held. -- T It e  names of the plenipotentiaries are, Lord Stanley, President, for Great Britain ; Prince de  la Tour D'auvergne, for France j.ConntBiti-  istoffjfor Prussia ; Count Appony, for Austria : Baron Br tine, for Russia ; Marqus De  Azzislis, for Italy ; Baron DcTomacho, for  Luxembourg: M."Van. Deivicr, for Belgium ;  and Baron ft in tin el i, for the Netherlands.  France is willing to accept the dismanteling  of the fortress "of Luxembourg, Prussia is  not disposed to consent to the neutralization  unless all the great powers give a guarantee  of a settlement, which England hesitates about  giving.  mud and filth, the spectacle moved in stately  grandeur, furnishing a nine minutes' wonder  to the staid people of the burgh. Fixed on  poles, like Gesler's cap were the scalps of the  slain, fresh and gory, trimmed with gingham  ribbons and the long black hair dangling  about like cow-tails in fiy time. To carry :  these, two healthy looking sijuaws, grinu  obese, and slatternly> with the sins of fifty  ySrS: uifou ��������� tti^  grease of: a generation on their tattered1 bufta-:  lb robes; -were selected. y: Ranged on; e^   :  side, as they marched by. the front, were some  fiFty; squaws,.;. papooses. Md:d^  through mud to their knees,';and>joining iii';'  tho infernal. ee-e-yoh/ eeTe-yoli^ pf ythe yblg*  medi c i ne m an i ii. fro n jt, who furnish ed t he iii-  ,  strumental music��������� for tlie , occ'asio ii pii a tam-  boi-ine which had got frosted and-was swollen  to the size of a tub.   Chief Marshal and grand ,  conductor of this motley;: procession of In-,  dians, dogs and vermin,, was an untutored  buck, mounted on a cayuse, ancient and lean;  who conducted them through the principal  s tree ts to th e lo w er end o f th e to wn,t: wh eve  the  procession   disbanded   to   hunt. coid  victuals and " ol' clo's "up the back alleys*  ���������Montana Post.  GOLD COMMISSIONER'S COURT.  (Before H. M. Ball, Esq.)  \-   20tb May, 1867. "  . L. C. Coombs v. ^\fa!ve-up-Jako co-y^-Suit  fo r S10 9 27, b ei ng am ou.n t of an ace o u n t fo r  lumber. Judgment for plaintiff with costs,  to.be paid at once.  CoRUECTioN.���������We committed a mistake  oiir last mining report iu stating that' tho  Ne vada co - y w ash ed u p 10 0 o tt n n es, i t s ho ri id  have read $100.  ;m  ^v^ii^ujj^UCTuraFJLMH,*.-', EMSOTK5SS EEagaagag������aa^iMW������"^^  BOB  gggaaaaaaa  MY PIPE. AND I.  A FT E R    MRS.    B ROW N I N G  ���������^e are content, my pipe arid I;  The air is thick with storm tcni ight, .fi  ���������: . 'i' yThe clouds have hid the stars from sight,  fifi. And the wind sighs. mourrifnl!y ; -,.-.  Afi -But in the firelight's genial-glow,;fififi  We kiss and bid all sorrows go~--  ^Veare content, ray pipe audi.   ,y; vv:  ; -.-We are content, my,pipe arid Ifi)!';.."..     fififi-;  '���������a,' Out in'the istoHh^.world vie l>iiowy.'fifififiv  > . fi Here is a' friend and th ere a foe,     i  :  -;.:.-y A nd col d neglect goes by ;   .     fi....fififi."  fifi But-Ir the wariritli the fire-light lends  ; 'fi i: \\Ve kiss and kriofc: that we are friends, fi  ���������fifi} We: are content t nay/pipe and fii. fific fi fi 1 fi fifi.  fiy.W<? are content,fimy pipe and ;I���������;-;;���������    'fififififi-fi  xi ; Lot those vWlio will, seek after fame, 'fi.. ���������  '.'.'A And sear their hearts for a sounding name  v  That soon enough shall die;;;:fififi;  fififi We will not .with ambition soar,  But kiss and love e^eh o tber more,  And be content, my- pipe and I.  We are content, my-pipe and I; ���������  'Free, fro m ��������� friendships fa Ise as fair,      .���������  ';  ;: fifi : Hid fromenvy, bate and'care,-:  To-night we build, out castles high').- fi.  ���������  .And.inthe firelights ruddy glow,  AVe kiss and bid all sorrows go���������       :.-.  . fi We aro content, my; pipe and I.  Coercinc* Hens.���������-A lady; correspondent of  .theMobile Advertiser,' writing from Kansas,  -relates the folio vv;ingy:.:. fi fififi y:   v y fiy fifi ���������< y...  '; fi';After breakfast t was��������� surprised to see my  landlady go: putj'and catching : her;hensj; tie  ���������each one's legs: together, and throw therii on  : the;grburid'withr^ ��������� y      fiy fifi':'"���������'���������: ������������������������������������..���������- fififi.  A] ^< There* now j be good." - ���������-. A      fififi. ''fifi:  fi y^.Whatdid you do; that (br^jl^sk^d^- :  ���������fififi^ To-make tbcmvlay^ she answered: fi.fi fififi  fifififi^ To make/em lay,; iwill that do it, tasked  :fifi":'-Law,"yes,'fi she said-;;!��������� didd51:youVever  bcar;tell:bf thatbefpre.,? ;y fiyfi ;o>yvS ������������������Ay  J*confessed I bad not.fifi In an hour she went  again: and picked up.'tbe 'hens;' and,  sure  enoughy '��������� some bad laid ���������������������������; fi those that bad, she  let'1 go, aiid they ran: off.; not even cackling  ; their gratitude".fi: But those bens which seemed  to lie. contrary ;'sho ''struck*, on the back; saving,��������� -:. ;i ���������* .*"';���������. -���������������������������..-;���������    ���������        ���������' -A-.y  ���������:. ;r ypu;d better layr-you'd better lay���������for  ybiv'��������� won* t go u ntil; you do,\? and iofifi a littl e  AvhiVe, they too, liadV. recompensed .their mis-  : tress for ��������� feeding'��������������������������� them ..'so: bountifully.-  She  ���������says,slie does so every mprnihg, and that the  liens know well enough that tbey have-got to  Uyfifi-fifi'-'fifi . 'fi fi.y fifi a fifififiy-;. r,yfi fifi-.fifi v  NEW  ADVERTISEMENTS.  JAMES'." P.   TAYLOR,  ���������      Druggist, iy.fi, :y  ��������� fiyfi BAIlKBRYILLIi;, ��������� .  HAS CONSTANTLY ON HAND A CHOICE. SB-  lection of Danes and Latest Mk'oicixes, including the. celebrated Golden Balsam, ajftid Murphy's  Mixtures,; for. the'cbmplete-cure of Secondary Syphilis.  Als6a:~great variety, of Sarsnparillas, Hair. Brushes,  Tooth Brushes, Combs, Tooth Powders, Sponges, Fancy;  Soaps, Lubin's Extracts j. Rose Water. and other I'er-  fumerids,"Garden Seeds,&c.,y&c.;;.  '���������-��������� Just received���������an assortment of Stationery, Pocket  Diaries, for 1867, and. B illiard Th hie a rticles.. .  fifi: P.. 8 WPrescrl ptions carefully, compoun d ed...  1-s  VICTORIA ADVERTISEMENTS.  THE -UNDERSIGNED IS NOW PREPARED TO  . atford every accommodation to the travelling public, and hopes by;a strict attention to business, to  merit a share of the patronage bestowed "on the former  proprietors. This is one of the most .coinfortablo and  commodious Hotels on the road, containing as it does  warm'and well furnished bed rooms with good beds.  The TABLE Is supplied with every delicacy it is pos-  siblo to procure in the iippcr country. Tho BAR is  stocked with the best of Liquors, and tjie .choicest  Cigars. ;'-.;.  .   v J8S- MEALSi   $1 50   EACH, -^a   =  The1 statiling.for Horses is all that could' ho desirod,  and the charges'are very rijiyderAte. Hay for~Hcrsos  per d������y, $2 ; Oats and Barley at the cheapest market  rates.      ���������       ���������    y      ... v  Tbo undersigned has a.largo quantity of.OAT HAY  on hand, for sale in large or small quahtit ies. ������������������' ���������'  LONDON   HOUSE,  GOVERNMENT STREET, VICTORIA. ,  WHOLESALE  AND  RETAIL.  J. H. TUFUVJER Su CO.,  . y   IMPORTERS  OP  English &Frcncli" Silks, Shawls, Dresses, Underclothing, .Gloves, and every description of  Drapery Goods. ���������  Receive regular supplies by Express via Panama and  by sailing vessels via, Cape Horn.  jjQ^. Particular attention given to all orders.  London Finn���������J. P. Tunstall & Co, l*s  -    :'������������������'    .ESTABLISHED 1858..^  -1-s  ,\ -.  -���������^OH-N.-BELLETIERy^roTirictor..  FOSTER^   OF   LILUOpET,  .A'.-'-.--   GHEMIST.:     V:  AS. FOR SALE, and constantly on hand,  a well assorted Stock of Drugs, all. the Chemieals  used by-physicians,   Photographer.^/Assayers   and  Mcclianics. *Also'tnc p-opiilar Patent; Medicines, and  Druggists'sundries.  ;        y . -fififififi..  -.Retorts, Crucibles, .Muffles,. Cupels,;Ingot Mouldy  etc., etc.-.      -. ��������� .    fifififi.-. fiAyfififififi.fi'-   fififififi -  .   TRESCRIPnOXS ' FAJTHFU1XY PREPARED. V   .  Corner of Xangley Alley and Yates St.  y    MESSRS. JAY & BALES���������  Have opened the above premises with a large  and well assorted Stock  '~vt ��������� :::/./  it  AND FLOWER SEEDS.  The business of the late Arm of Jay k Co., Fort St.,  and Spring Held Nursery, will be c-irried on by them  in alh its-branche-s. - '  Fruit Trees and Rushes, Evergreen and DcciduouB  Shrubs, Bulbs and Flowering plants of every description, fifi fiy fifi-.fi A llS  v._..,_.:' QUfiR^QFFEE^y^ .���������  WE   ARE-FORWARDING   A  .   . ROADSIDE ADVERTISEMENTS.,  STABLHSTGJbr HORSES.  WILLIAM   McWHA,    -  LVTTON CITY, B. C.,/  Begs to inform the public generally that he has  STABLE & CORALL ACCOMODATION  On his premises for upwards of;200 Horses... .  ���������..-fifi  Hay and Oats for Sale cheap.; :  v GOOD SADDLE HORSES FOR HIRE, -v  TERJIS   MODERATE.     '   ;     ,:l-3  :'-B 0 S;T OrN;: BAH;' .fifiy  Internatioiiar; ��������� HotiBlv   ;  THIS WELL* KNOWN HOUSE is nbw bpen^fbr tra-  vellcrs; The" Table is snpplied as formerly with  the best the market affords, and the Cooking cannot  be excelled. Tbe Bar is stocked with the finest Li..  quors aud Cigars.   GOOD BEDS.    ���������  WILLIAM CHARTERS  lis Proprietor.  C E. ROMBBOT,  BOSTON BAR,' B. C,  Wholesale and Retail Merchant in  GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS,  LIQUORS, DRY GOODS, CLOTHING. <&C,,,Is..-;  mai  F.'.W. FOSTER,  ./,'    ; , , Chemist  BLUE   TE  t ixFALi.rbLfi  Thiep .pATCHER,���������An Englisb  gentleman, visittrfg. a public. garden at Sti  Germain, in Erance,; accompanied by a large  yiuastill', was refused admittance for his dog,  whom, be :��������� therefore left .to the care of the  body guards,'who were stationed at the gate.  Sometime after, the gentleman returned, and  infornied ^ythe .guards that  be had lost bis  watch, and told.the sergeant that if be would  permit him^to:.take in the dog, he would soon-  disco ver the thief.. ; His request being granted  he made the dog uhderstand by ��������� a moti6n  wliat he h ad lost;; the fi an i raal' i mmed iate ly  ran about among"the company, and traversed  the garden for some time..   At length it seized  hold of a man ; the gentleman insisted tbat  he was the person -who had got the watch, and  on being searched, not only "that watch, but  six.others, were discovered m his pockets.  What is more remarkable, the dog possessed  such perfection of instinct, as  to take  his  master's watch from the oilier six, and carry  it to him !  127. Mil "^   ������������������  Packed in Tins of from two.to twenty-flve pounds  each.  WILSON & MURRAY,  1-s  '���������'; : Fort street, Victoria.  ���������������������"���������  TKOS. WiLSON & GO,  IMPORTERS OF ENGLISH. MERCIJADIZE  .-. Wholesale and Retail,  FOREST_ HOUSE.  30 MILE   POST,     y  ���������BBT^V^BN--^L^A-N^I^YT-T  rpRAVELLERS will find every accommodation at ibis  1 Hotel,   Excellent Cooking.   GOOD BEDS.  STABLING FOR HORSES.     ...   .;       it  TIMOTHY HAY and OATS at Lowest Rates.  BOOTHROVD  BROvS,  Is 'Proprietors.  'J  Masonic Hall Government Street Victoria.    1-s  rrm UNDEDSIGNED HAYING PURCHASED THIS  X desirable.property/is now Prepared; to iiccoinmo-  date the travelling public.-: Tiic'table is supplied with  the yiiry best o' viands.- The bedrooms and beds are  as comfortable as could,be desired, and the BAR contains nothing, but the best brands' of LIQUORS and.  CIGARS.'.;  '"' A good stock of. Grain, and -Ho y alwavs on hnnd.- ���������  '  3rd May, 1S07.!:,... ,-.:V. :3- ';  ,-. y   ; W;.WRIGHT.  YALE  ADVERTISEMENTS/  It has been said that an : Irishman Is"at  peace only wh-jn he is in a quarrel; a Scotchman is at home only when he is abroad ; an.  Englishman is coutented only when finding  fault with something or somebody ; it is now  added that a captions, busy, blustering, impetuous American, (a compound of the three,)  is at the height of. felicity only when he is in  :a|l these, tumultuous conditions at the same  time..-,: v' ':���������]���������'���������.''��������� ���������  Storage and Forwarding!  fififi   YALE, B. C.  PARTIES SHIPPING GOODS BY THE YALE-LYT-  ton Roctb, aTO. advised that  KIMBALL & 'GLADWIN  Have erected an extensive Storehouse and Dock at  Yale, and are prepared to Receive, Store, and Forward  Good's,    Goods re-packed, and freights engaged at the  Lowkst Rates.  Parties shipping goods through us will please mark  to tho care of  Is KIMBALL & GLADWIN.  Frost Street, Yale, B, C,  EGS TO ANNOUNCE to the inhabitants of Cariboo  that he intends to forward (as soon as the state of  tho Roads will permit)/  a large and  well assorted  stock of Cooking Stoves, which he will dispose of at  Pjitcks to Suit the Timks.  Yale, 8thApril, 1867. 1  If six and a-haif yards;make one pole, how  many will make a Turk ? :  VIOTORIA ADVERTISEMENTS.  A     FRANKEL, Victoria,  il. S  V. I,-, Dealer in Funs,  Skins, Hidhs,;Wool, Szc.fi  Liberal advances made  on Furs consigned.   Reference���������G. Sutro & Co., Rein-  hart Bros. Victoria, V.. I. 1-s  . i:fim^^w^sm^  fififififi' EIREl^bOF:W^ -  PARTIES DESIROUS or.s hipping .freight .Witii Dispatch, will find it to their advantage by giving us  a call before engaging elsewhere,    y  ''fifi-fi-fi;.   ALWAY & BAILEY.-  Yale, April 8th, 1867. ���������-. -   . . l.-S   '  J. C. BEEDY,  COMMISSION &  FORWARDING AGENT,  WILL PAY PARTICULAR ATTENTION TO SE-  Vt lecting, pnrchasing, or forwarding Goods for the  upper country. .  Any commission entrusted to bis care, will receive  prompt attention'. VVW 'V;'  References :���������W. A. Mracham, E. A. Waohams, T.  Hakpkr, J.J. Branjly.  Victoria, April, 1867'. 1  .; HOTEL DE FRANCE, ���������  Government Street, Victoria,'.V. I.  THE RESTAURANT, is supplied with all the  delicacies ol the season, and the sleeping accomodation'is replete with every comfort. The best of  Wines, Liquors and Cigars.  1-s J. BIGNE & CO., Proprietors.  A. W. PIPER,  CONFECTIONER,  Government Street, opposite the Theatre.  CANDIES of every description manufactured and  sold, Wholesale and Retail. i-s  Free Port for Ever !  WE THE UNDERSIGNED  TAKE   pleasure in an-'  nouncing to our'numerous customers and the  public, that we will supply thera with tbe best French  Leather Boots (duty free) ever olfercd in B. C.  4������-At our old Stand, Government St., Victoria, V I  1-s CHARITY & BUTLER.  A. BULER & CO.'S  CHEAP Store.    LADIES' and GEMTS CAST OFF  Cloth lug bought and sold.   Secondhand Watches,  Guns, Pistols, &c , for sale,  %&������ Government street opposite the Theatre.   1-s  THE ASHCROFT HOUSE  . MESSRS, COBNWALL'S.-; ;-  AT THIS WELL KNOWN HOUSE, half-wny between  Spence's Bridge and Clinton, on the Yale Route.  Travellers will And Good Accommodation. ..The best of.  living, of Liquors, and of Wines   fi Fresh Butter, MUk  and Vegetables.- ' Good Stabling and cheap feed.:   1-s  W.Hy Sutton,  EALER IN Wines, Liquors axo Cigars, Coal Oil,  Coal Oil Lamps, &c, ��������� ;"V  AGENT' FOR BUNSTEirS ALE  In Bbls. and half Bbls.  Yale, Apr ill8 tit, IS07.  1-s  DAILY and "WEEKLY "BRITISHCOLONIST  and VICTORIA CHRONICLE." Orders for mailing either the Daily or Weekly issues of the above to  any part of Europe, the United States, Canada, Australia, Aec, loft at this office br sent to Victojia will: be  attended to. Terms in advance. Weekly, i2mos.,  with Postage, $7 50 ; 6mos. do., $4 75. Daily, 12  mos'.do.,.$23 ; 6mos do., S12 50.  ACASAMAYOU begs leave to state "that ho  ��������� has rumoved his stock of Goods consisting of Gito-  okrirs, &c, from Wharf street to the Brick Building  on Yates street, adjoining CowpcrJs Boot Store, opposite Welts, Fargo & Co.   "  Ho will sell his Goods by Wholesale, at the lowest  rates, for cash. \.n  Tlie Bonaparte House,  QEMLEN & PARKE, Proprietors', at tho  O... Junction of the Cariboo and Big Bend Roads, i* ,k \  now open for the accommodation of the public. Distance from Clinton, 26 miles; from Savanas Steamboat  Lauding, 22 miles; from Spenee's Bridge, 80 mlK^.  Travellers will tlnd prices'aud accommodations to suit  the times. Give them a call. Stabling, Hay & Grainattentive hostlers. Stages leavo hero regularly for  vale, and.Cariboo " 1-s     "i  LOCHLOMAND 0EJ4-MILE HOUSE.  THIS OLD AND WELL KNOWN HOUSE has been recently opened by the undersigned, who will tnako  it his constaut study by using every endeavour to accomodate the traveling public, to deserve a share, of tho  patronage bestowed on the former occupants.'  *)5r The Bar contains nothing but the very best of  LIQUORS and CIGARS. ��������� Give him a call -  1-s -        EDWARD    TROFATTER  illTMILE HOUSE.  AGE IS NOTHING!  BLOOD WILL TELL!  THIS HOTEL IS LARGE AND WELL FITTED t?  for the comfort of travelers; the Table is supplied  with the best of. everything that can beprocurd, and  the cooking is not inferior to any on the road; Bedro6m9  for families; Stabling, Hay, Barley and Oats.  4ST The trail to Oedar and Horse-Fly Creeks leaves  the Wagon Road at this place.  1-s Wm. HENDERSON.  houseT~~  LAKE LA HACHE.  F.;:WALTERS, formerlyvof the 94 Mile House,  having purchased this;Rancl^ is now prepared  tp accomodate the traveling public with GOOD MEALS  andBEDS atmoderate ratas. ; ;    '      -:   '.'*���������*" "r 1*S y  CGLOKIAL  HOTeS  ��������� : SODA  CREEK: fifi y fifififi fifi.  il  ma  7   WATSONfy Watchmaker, Jeweler  1/. and.Engraver, Yates street, above Govr  em men t streetj Victoria, V. I.   -.;..;.' .  l-s:;  .IT WONG, LEE & CO.; Commission Ubkohants, Im-  V.  CraokV        ' 1-s  If WOMtx,   litttt ������-W.,   UOMMISSION MKRUilA>T������,   X.H-  1\. portkhs, and Dealers in Chinese Goods, Victoria,;  r. L, Yalo, Lillooet, Quesnel mouth,   and Williams:  fi STJTBO & CO., I������portkrs axo Dealers i.n  XXm CIGARS, TOBACCO, Meershanm Pipes, &e., S E;  corner of Yates and Wharf street, Viotoria s  1J MALLANDAINS, COLLECTOR AND GBINERAL  i.j��������� AGE NT, Government Street, Victor!a, V. 1,    1-s'  Ti EN JAMm  DOTJQ-L AS, Successor to A.  C.  JL) WELLS; Saddle a.ni> Har.\kss Maker, Yale, B. C,  . igg3* A complete assortment of Stock constantly on  hand. 1-s  YAK WINKLE STORE.  THE UNDERSIGNED b egs to inform tho mi nors and  residents in & around Van Winkle thuL ho will in future keep an assorted and GOOD STOCK on hand, and  hopes by close attention to business, and by selliug  at LOWER RATES than heretofore, to meet the pa-  troiiagcf of nil. --i-   '��������� ���������  Orders from outlaying creeks accompanied with the  CASH, will bo forwarded . with promptness nnd dispatch.  JiHr Terms CASH, wi thou t ri isti notion.  1-s , J. W. LINDHARD. i  T\ CliEAL'S Cofj-bb House and Rkstaurant,  .fiUm Government Street, Victoria, Y. I. This is the  cheapest, most comfortable, and best attended Establishment in the City  The BAR is always suppticd with tho choicest of  Wines, Liquors and Cigar3. 1-s  WILLIAM ZELNER, dealer in Drugs,.Medi-  oinks and Chemicals, Fancy and Toilet Articles,  Sponges. Brashes, Perfumery, &c. ��������� Physicians'Pre-  scriptions carefully compounded and orders answered  with care and dispatch.   Victoria, V.I. 1-s  WHOLESALE    LIQUOR  HENRY   GREENBAUJI,  Store, Importer or 'Fine Meerschaum Pipes, Stems  Moutiipiece**, Cigars and Tobacco, Johnson street, Victoria, V.I, . . i.s  TULES RITEFF, CoMMissrox ^iBRCHAyr,  rj  Hotel Building, Wharf street Victoria, V*. I.  GREAT REDUCTION has been mado in the charges  XV lit this establishment, so as to suit tho times.:  Xdeals, $1; Beds, 75 Cents.      ;  McLEESlS k SENAY,  *'  Proprietors.  May  1st,  1867. W\  MILE  S OPEN FOR THE ACCOMMODATION OP 'j&&  . Travelling public;'tho bedroonis are spacloua airt  airy and the Beds cannot be surpassed for cleanliness  and comfort by. any in tho lower country; the Tablfl >  always supplied with tho best of victuals, Stablifiy  for Horses; Hay, Oats and Barley constantly on Jiano..  mm  BOYD & HEATH, Proprietor, y ijj)  THIS HOUSE is situated 26 miles from Quesnelmoutu.  The proprietors having lately fitted; up hedrpMJ*  and good Bods aro now prepared to afford every a^���������������������������������,j  modation for Travellers; the Table is furnished wiW ^

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